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BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
Seagirt, N. J. ov. Wilson an
nounced that hehad invitedOscar
W. Underwood to visit him at
Wilson refused to talk about
Seattle, Wash. Investigation
of Judge Hanford may be con
cluded this .week. Attorney John
H. Perry, who filed separate im
peachment complaint against the
judge, will be chief witness durr
Los Angeles. State arguing
against admission of testimony of
Attorney Tom Johnson, who is
Knick Is your wife ever out
Benk No, indeed, she's always
got plenty of it.
"A little nonsense, now and then,
Is relished by the best of men."
Meaning, of course, that solemn
And sad and dull and dreary stuff
Is nonsense to the rest of men.
ready to swear that Bert H.
Franklin told him that Darrow
was innocent of bribery charges.
Washington. Senate received
formal notification of action of
House in the impeachment case
against Judge Archbald.
Champaign, 111. Timothy C.
Foohey, for 40 years" a druggist,
is dead as result of mistaking car
bolic acid for medicine.
San Diego, Cal. Socialists
were stopped while holding street
meetings yesterday. Fist fight
- Hillsboro, Cal. Jennie Crock
er, California's richest heiress,
fears attempt on life during mar
riage to Malcolm Whitman to
morrow. Detectives guarding the
New Albany, Ind. Julia Du
ette, aged Woman, though heir to
$4,000, found in starving condi-,
tion. Lived for 3 weeks on 65
cents while will was being settled.
Washington. Senate judiciary
committee voted to recommend
appointment of J. Whitaker
Thompson as judge and John C.
Swertley as district att'y eastern
district of Pennsylvania.
Manhattan Beach, N. Y. Ar
bitration committee to settle dis
pute between 52 eastern railroads
and their engineers went into ses-
Grand Chief Warren S. Stone,
Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers, presented claims of men,
and B. A. Worthington, president
Chicago & Alton, represented
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