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EVERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Washington. Clayton bill,
providing for jury trials in con
tempt cases passed this after
noon. Los Angeles. F. E. Wolfe
newspaper man, testified that
Darrow was nojt in company of
Bert H. Franklin, when latter
swore- he was provided with bri
Youngstgwn, O. 2 men will
die as result of oerturning of auto
while going at-high speed.
Batesvillp, Ark. Miss Moore,
daughter of Walt Moore, and
Emma Miner, drowned in White
river while returning from picnic.
Ashland, Wis. E. B. Gordon,
formerly chairman town board,
Gordon, Wis.,-' charged 'with mis
using $43,500 town funds.
Los Angeles. Clarence Dar
row will be last witness in own
defense. -Plans to rip testimony
of Bert H. Franklin.
Los Angeles, Cal. J. A. Allen
and E. J. Scott, Phoenix, Ariz.,
have completed trip ara$mdworld
in 39 days. Left here Jung 1 and
made journey by way of Vladi
vostok and Paris,
ontpelier, Vt. Historic brick
church at Middlesex, near here,
destroyed by fire after being
struck by lightning.
Louisville, Ky. John May
nard Harlan, Chicago, in speech
before Bar Ass'n attacked Roose
velt and his new party.
Newman, Cal. Farmers in
this district have discovered that"
vacuum cleaners are great to kill
Peoria, 111. Charles C. Shay,
New York, re-elected president of
.International Alliance of Stage
Employes at 20th annual con
vention being held here. Seat
tle, Wash., chosen for 1913 meet
ing. Constantinople. Said Harem,
president of council of state, left
for Vienna.,Rumored that he will
try. acid effect peace with Italy.
New York Striking seamen
took body of Andreas Rodguez,
who was shot and killed during
riot Monday, from hearse and
bore it on shoulders to grave, 2
miles away Thousands refused,
carriages and joined procession,
singing funeral chant.
Washington. Taft signed res
olution of thanks to Capt. Arthur
Rostron of steamer Carpathia, for
work in rescue of Titanic survi
vors. Corning, N. Y. Witnesses de
ny that Engineer Schroeder of
.wrecked Lackawanna train was
drunk during trip.
La Crosse, Wis. Instant after
6 members of Schmichle family
left house to run to barn, where
Carl Keel had been killed by
lightning, bolt struck residence
and completely wrecked it.
Hartford City, Ind. Indiana
Municipal League discussed ways
of careing for streets and safe
guarding milk supply.
Noblesville, Ind. Lillian
Parks, Southport, Ind., awarded
$2,000 damages for alleged per
manent injuries received when 3
drunken men engaged in fight on
street car between Indianapolis
and Southport, Jan., 1909.