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ropean nations were in state of
unrest due to Socialism.
Kansas City, Mo. James Peer
Webb, wealthy young farmer,
sentenced to be hanged for mur-
t der of Archie Whitwell, neighbor,
New York. E x-C hairman
Norman E. Mack turned over all
papers and records of Democratic
national committee to his suc
cessor, William F. McCombs.
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Henry Fain
berg, traveling salesman, killed
and 3 companions injured when
freight train struck their auto.
Los Angeles. Lincoln Steffens
repeated strong testimony in
favor of Darrow. Asked by prose
cutor if he was anarchise, he re
plied: "Worse than that. I'm a
Dubuque, la. Lee McNeely,
secretary to late Sen. Allison, has
been given job as private secre
tary to Charles D. Hilles, Taft's
Washington. Gov. Wilson has
asked Senators Reed and Stone,
who led fight for Champ Clark at
Baltimore, to visit him at Seagirt
Reed is on Wilson's campaign
Sunbury, Cal. Chas. Scheetz,
electric lineman, shocked, fell un
conscious. Everybody thought he
was dead. Regained senses and
shouted for dinner. Both arms
and legs broken.
Phoenixville, Pa. Fishermen
claim to have landed fish that is
mixed with snake, seadog and
bass. 18 inches long, snakdtail,
, bass body and had webb feet.
Barked until captors were forced
to shoot it.
Washington. Political leaders
here refuse to comment on an
nouncement that Roger Sullivan,
Illinois Democratic boss, may go
after Senate seat left vacant by
Washington. Former Senator
William E.v Mason, Illinois, had
conference with Taft. Assured
president of his loyal support.
Mason wants his son to get job
as judge of district court to suc
ceed Judge Carpenter, who will
bcpromoted to circuit court.
Jackson, Mich. Michigan Re
publican progressives are holding
their convention today. In favor
of complete bolt. '
Paris. Friends of Jean De
Reszke doubt that great tenor
will sing with Chicago Grand Op
era company next season. Claim
his health is bad.
Berlin. Thirteen members of
victorious American Olympic
team arrived here to participate
in athletic games that will be held
Seattle, Wash. House judici
ary subcommittee investigating
Judge Hanford, hope to close case
tonight or Monday.
Honolulu, H. I. Movement on
foot to organize progressive party
here and send" delegate to . Bull
Moose convention in Chicago.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt is de
voting most of time tb-speechihe
intends .delivering at third party
Washington. Battleship Ne
vada, now being -built, wjll be.
wdrld's largest fighting vessel.