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BITS OF NEWS FROMALL OVER
Montreal. Striking garment
workers, dissatisfied with way or
ganizers from 13. S. Conducted
strike, have, formed new union
and will apply for charter in Ca
nadian Federation of Labor
JTokyo. Charles W. Eliot, ex
president of Harvard, given big
reercption on arrival'here.
Decatuf , HL A. E.' White
head and" Francis' Shepherd are
dead. Grabbed holdjof live wire.
New York. Joseph' Sturgis,
ticketNational League ball pa'rk
dropped dead on duty. Heart
failure. " " t
Duluth, .Minn. Brother Cor
nelius Donahy, 47,Superior "Wis'-,
Jesuit educator, drowned while'
swimming in uDulfh hay. f
Las Vegas, N. M-G6y. Mc
Donald has decided not to inter
f erewith johnson-Flynn fight on
Cleveland, O. Federal Judge
Day ordered American Shipbuild
ing Co.'to take back 3" ships, built
for .Commonwealth .Steamshipr
Co. and repay ?1,200,000, con
tract price. Shipbuilding Co.Tiad
given secret commission to three
London. Mrs. Franklin Mac
v Veagh arfd Mrs. Ira Nelson Mor
ris, Tjoth of Chicagd, presented to
iKing George and Queeh Mary.
Portland, Ore. Detectixce Ca'p
ttih Baty and four detectives ar
rested on indictment based on
charge of attempting to bribe
Deputy Atty. Frank Collier.
Jersey City, N. J. Frank Ed
win Elwell. scultftor. married: to
N. J., who cared for him when he
was injuredi n fall 6 months ago '
Freeport, 111. Unidentified
boy, believed to have run away
from State Training School,. St.
Charles, 111., killed by'G, M. & St.
San Francisco. Big fight jon
question of equal suffrage will be
feature of convention of Genepal
Federation of Women's Clubs.
Blodmington,Ill. George Bas?
tian. 14. who" shot and killed eaefe.
near Florence, III., mounted bird
and presented it to high schooj,
Topeka, Kan. Gov. Stubbs
says that there will be no third
party in Kansas, but that Roose
velt's iname will appear on ballot
as candidate and he will Sweep
Montreal.-Jean Pierre Dar
racq, said to be the worst of the .
French 'apaches," wanted m
Paris for robbery an'd attempted
murder of gendarme, arrested
Philadelphia. 2p young girls,,
members of prominent families,
dressed in tights and skirts that
extended little belpw waist, 'play
ed Jeap frog with 20 young men?
in ballroom of Bellevue-Stratfo'rd,
San Francisco. Tong war has.
bfoken ouj in Chinatown. , Sui
Sings made demand of $15,000 ibr.
stolen slave girl, When this was
refused they started wan
San Francisco. James McLar
en White and Martin N. Bailey,.
Illinois commissioners, have .se-