BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
New York. George B. Cortel
you, former Sec'y of Treasury,
testifying before money trust in
vestigation committee, told how
government in 1907 loaned Mor
gan $25,000,000, which Pierp. in
turn loaned to banks to break
New York. Evening Mail,
Roosevelt organ, in 8-column
banner across top of first page,
demands that Teddy go to Chi
cago and take charge of fight for
the people's sake.
Lansing, Mich. Gov. Osborn
signed order to have Tax Com
missioner Robert Shields appear
before him June 25 and show
cause why he shouldn't be fired.
Bloomington, 111. Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, pure food champion,
addressed 6 graduates of, Illinois
Wesleyan University on "Success."
Springfield, I1L Dale Clutter,
4, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Clutter, played with matches.
Washington. Interstate Com
merce Commission decided pipe
line companies transporting oil
are common carriers and must file
Rock Island, III. Municipal
market, which has been trumpet
ed so much, opened today.
New Sweden, Me. Rev. Chas.
Emelius, charged with murder of
August Jacobs&n, held without
bail after preliminary hearing.
Oneida, N. Y. Fire destroyed
well-known Allen House, early
today. When told of loss, Theo
dore AUen,-jqvnerf fell dead, .
London. J. Pierp. Morgan has
purchased John Bunyan's copy of
Foxe's "Book of Martyrs," from
Bedford library, $10,000.
Auburn, N. Y. Mrs. Grover
Cleveland took prominent part in
commenceemnt exercises Wells
College for Women. 39, largest
class in history of school, grad
uated. Los Angeles. Wm. J. Burns
and Samuel L. Browne about to
Engage in fine scrap for $50,000
reward for arrest and conviction
of Times dynamiters. ,
Baltimore. Democratic na- -tional
committeemen are not takf
ing much stock in the report that
Norman E. Mack will retire as
head of that "body.
Springfield, 111. Mayor
Schneipp has appointed commis
sion to censor all moving picture
shows in city.
New York. Dr. W. S. Rains-
ford, former rector of St. John's
Protestant Episcopal church, ad
mitted that Bishop Green reduced
him to rank of layman at own re
quest. Boston. Dr. Frederick S. Ben
nett, on being sued for divorce,
was confronted with wife's diary
in court. Whenever wife did any
thing to displease him he used to
fine her from $1 to $5.
New York. Examination of
Leonide Menshikoff, former chief
of Russian secret service, disclos
ed existence of plot to trap nihil
ists in America.
Rochester, N.Y. Mrs. Herbert
Wadeworth reached her home
after 30-dayr .horseback ride thajj
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