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tween Wm. Barnes, Jr., N. Y.
boss, and Charles D. Hilles, pres
Boston, Mass. Meeting of 700
Italians to protest against further
imprisonment of Arthur Giovan
nitti and Jos. J. Ettor, in connec
tion with Lawrence Mill strike,
ended in riot at Faneuit Hall. 4
policemen beaten and stabbed.
Several Italians arrested.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt is now
merely sniffing when Wilson's
campaign is mentioned.
New York. Fire destroyed
summer home of Mrs. Collis P.
Huntington, widow of late rail
road magnate, at Yonkers. Be
Marion, Ind. Police investi
gating alleged robbery of bodies
of dead in interurban collision
Los Angeles. National Muni
cipal League holding 18th annual
convention. Delegates from all
parts of North America.
New Orleans, La. 4 men kill
ed and several injured in battle
between 2 factions of working
men at lumber, near here. Gov.
Hall has ordered militia to be in
New Haven. Yale student sor
rowing because Mory's famous
chop house is to close and build
ing torn down.
Dubuque, la. Mrs. Henrietta
Pffeffer, 89, fell while stooping
over cistern box and was drowned
in 12 inches of water.
Portland, Ore. 20,000 visitors
in city. 48th annual convention
of B. P. O. E. Elks. Chicago
delegation Arrived today.
Terre Haute, Ind. Ethel
Brown, 15, and Henry Kanopy,
who eloped from Bedfrod, Ind.,
captured on train bound for
Crown Point, Ind. Mrs. H. L'.
Wheaton, wife of Lake county
clerk, suffered broken rib and
baby girl had head cut when Mr.
Wheaton's auto overturned.
London. All live meat mar
kets in city are closed owing to
foot and mouth disease among
Lisbon, Portugal. Manuel
Cunha killed by exposion of
bomb. Police believe he was en-'
gaged in making bombs and one
went off accidentally.
Jeff ersonville, Ind. Benjamin
F. Sunders, 70, Louisville, Ky.,
married .Mary Dixon, about same
age. His sixth wife.
San Francisco. Mrs. Sarah
Piatt Decker, for many years
noted Denver reform worker, died
at sanitarium as result of opera
tion few days ago.
New York. Police launch
dragging water of Jamaica Bay;
at Point Breeze Island for bodies
of two or three persons who were
drowned after collapse of pier.
Seagirt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
took day off from receiving vis
itors to catch up with correspond
ence. Shelbyville, Ind. E. Strickler,
20, son of Reuben Strickler, is dy
ing as result of shooting self in
head. May have been with suicide
Ely, Nev. Al H. Cook, Roa
noke, Va., powder expert, and 8
foreigners killed by explpston of