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tVERYWttERPS NEWS IN TABLOII FORM
Los Angeles. Mrs. Clarence
Darrow will take stand in hus
band's deefnse today.
Boston, Mass. Mrs. Gertrude
-Halle Lanman, widow of William
Camp Lanman, and who inherited
$1,000,000 from her father's es
tate, has entered order of Sisters
of Mercy, Hookset, N. J. Her
name is Sister Mary Gertrude.
Newark, N. J. Women's Po
litical Union, New Jersey, is send
ing Jetters to all candidates for
public offices wanting- to know
how they stand on woman's suf
frage. Everett, Wash. Anna A. Mal
ley, lecturer and writer, nomi
nated as candidate for governor
by Socialist party.
New York, Unidentified man
killed on roller coaster at North
Beach, shore resort,
Ann Arbor. University of
Michigan has begun the celebra
tion of its diamond jubilee.
Washington. Government .has
realized nearly $500,000 fromsale
of junk at Atlantic coast naval
San 'Francisco. 11th biennial
convention, General Federation
of Women's Clubs, will begin this
Mammoth Springs, Ark, 3
men arrested in connection with
Mammoth Springs bank robbery
have confessed to 4 brutal mur
ders. Polo, IUV Zachariah R. New
comer laid down in bed and blew
head off with shotgun.
Mt. Carroll, IlL--Walter Wat
l son, forcer city treasurer, indict
ed for alleged embezzlement of
Parker, S. D. William Stein
fady and Gustav Huber drowned
while fishiner in Wolf Creek. '
Medina, O. Christian Suer, 75", i
J.-J r l .. -r
whom he married 50 years ago.
Denies charge. ?
New York. Chinese Tong
war has assumed serious turn.
Bomb thrown into headquarters
of On Leong tong. No 6ne hurt.
Chinese god 5000 years old dam-
aged. ' "" a
Albuquerque, N. M. Cloud '
burst has flooded an area of 5
miles. Santa Fe tracks washed
away at intervals of. mile or so. Sj
Houses and crops damaged. Cat- -
tie loss heavy. 1$
Iola, Kan. John Healy, con- '
vice at Lansing state prison, has !
advertised for pardon through If
medium of Iola newspapers. 5 :
Kansas City. Citv will enter.
2ha11nnn: in nafinnal 1imin'itiririJ,B
balloon races to start from here y
July 27. '45
Astoria, Ore. J. H. Goehst, ,
pres. Federal Electric Cov Chi:
cago, who disappeared fr-onig
home, discovered working here as as
' :r .;'.. . -g
uuca, an. x. uiry very nappy
over renomination as vice-presi
dent of James S. Sherman, rest
dent of this town.
Stockton, 111. John Paulos and '"$
William Wheelock sentenced to 3 s"
years in Joliet for arson.
Washington. W. S. Smith, 85,
sup t Botanical Gardens, and
friend of Carnegie, is dying.