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Deslouvre as that of Angele
Delamr, with whom he eloped
from France year ago.
Los Angeles. Charles Kraft,
32, fell in street and one ton auto
truck passed over chest. Never
Los Angeles. Uni Takahashi,
19, Japanese dressmaker, shot and
killed herself after quarrel with
Phoenix, Ariz. 200 convicts in
state penitentiary have formed
"Prison Law and Order League."
Geneva. Mme. von Weissen-
fluh shot and killed by her hus
band after divorce had "been
granted. Later killed himself.
Washington. Taft appointed
Wm. Marshall Bullitt of Louis
ville, Ky., as U. S. solicitor gen
eral to succeed Frederick W. Leh
Washington. Senate adopted
House joint resolution extending
existing appropriations until July
Oyster Bay. Robert S. Mc
Cormick, leader of Illinois dele
gation to Republican convention,
who refused to bolt following
Teddy's defeat, is visiting Roose
velt. Rumored that he is trying
to patch up trouble between De
neen and Roosevelt.
Mexico, Mo. Local Chautau
qua management warned Chicago
bureau not to engage Wm. J.
Bryan for address here this year.
Following his fight on Clark they
don't think it will be profitable
and might lead to trouble.
Philadelphia. Count Augus
tus Schaffelsky de Makkadel de
Castellan Seymour, here to find
a wife, said that only real gentle
man in U. S. was A. C. Cunning
ham, Buffalo real estate man. .
New York. Charles Edward
Russell, magazine writer, nomi
nated for governor of New York
on Socialist ticket.
Notre Dame, Ind. James
Quinlan, Chicago, ordained as
priest at Notre Dame University.
Kansas City. 3 persons killed
and 4 probably fatally injured.
Auto of George W. Strope, re
tired merchant, collided with
New Orleans. United States'
naval station is housing 2,000
flood refugees made homeless-by
Hymelia crevasse waters.
Mason City, la. Mrs. Edward
Spence Thompson shot and killed
husband and herself in crowded
street. Angered by his joking.
Milwaukee. Supreme Court
may unhold decision of Circuit
Court and invalidate every alder
man's office in city. Case grew
out of redistricting of wards by1
Cleveland, O. Bob Hunter,
"Daredevil Bob," killed in col
lision during motorcycle race at
Luna Park. N
Terre Haute, Ind. Frank
Bridwell, 12, struck by lightning
while swimming in Jasonville
New York. 4 racing sloops
sunk during New York Racing
Club regatta. Owners and crews
Milwaukee. Mrs. Fannie Sher
wood Somers, Chicago, who dis--appeared
four years ago follow
ing divorce from Paul Somers,