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Italian composer, denied that he
had eloped with chorus girl. Say
that he went to Switzerland with
eldest daughter to finish score of
Augusta, Ga. Gov. Blease,
South Carolina, charged with
grafting on evidence furnished by
Detective Reed, Burns agency.
Alleged that governor sold
pardons to prisoners.
Attorney Thomas E. Felder,
his old-time enemy, is behind
Los Angeles. Gov. Johnson
has received petitions to stop,
prize fighting and restore racing
Washington. New pure food
decision will bar importation of
absinthe and its sale in interstate
commerce after October 1.
Sea Girt, N. J. Charles R.
Chane, Chicago, and Charles Van
Hise, president University of
Wisconsin, ardent LaFolIette
men, will visit Gov. Wilson this
afterncfon and may agree to sup
Cheyenne, Wyo. 30 persons
injured when windstorm blew
down main tent of Yankee Robin
London. Infernal machine
placed in office of Home Secre
tary McKenna. Secretary blam
ed the suffragettes.
Washington. W. C. Sullivan,
local attorney, has suggested to
Sen: Dixon that Roosevelt's new
party be called the "Theocrazy."
Stanton, Wis. Robbers broke
into postoffice and stole stamps.
Unable to get to inner vault of
Los Angeles. Two reporters
on Los Angeles papers gave
strong testimony in favor of Clar
Los Angeles. National Mu
nicipal League convention closed
with discussion of new charter of j.
City of Los Angeles. '.
Quincy, 111. Christian En- j
deavor adopted resolutions i
against Sen. Lorimer holding
Paris. Mascagni, Italian com
poser, who is said to hav6 eloped
with chorus girl, arrived here
Monday, accompanied by man.
No woman was with him. He-left
Zurish, Switzerland. 24-hour
strike by laborers in every line'of
work may be prolonged.
Men kicking about admission
to country of workingmen of
St. Paul, Minn. Alma Freyer,
22, and Mary Bergban, 5, killed
by collpase of barn during rain
and wind storm.
Salem, Mass., Wm. A. Dorr,
charged with murder of Geo. E.
Marsh, soap merchant, pleaded
not guilty before Superior court
Pittsburgh, Pa. When B. &
O. freight train arrived here it
Was discovered that during run
Fireman Callahan had fallen into
tank and been scalded to death.
Hasting, Minn. W. H. Mow
ry, 33, shot and probably fatally
wounded wife.and her sister, Mrs.
J. E. Brown, and killed himself
by . cutting throat. Crazed by
New York. Rioting occurred
in connection with seamen's,