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San Antonio, Tex. Gomez,
former provisional president of
Mexico, will be arraigned on
charge of violating U. S. neutral
ity laws. $10,000 bail.
Boston. When firemen dashed
to 13 Cornhill st. in repsonse to
alarm they found proprietor had
extinguished flames and put 6ut
sign, "Closed on account of fire.'1
Milwaukee. Eugene V. Debs
ripped tar out of all' other parties
but own before 25,000 people. s
Shanghai. China may be split
into 2 republics, Northern and
Southern, as result of recent cab
Milwaukee. Mrs. Chas. For
ner, 21, Duluth, Minn., wrote to
Geo. Eisner, abandonment officer,
to send her divorce by mail. Hub
by, 46, has gone away.
Mexico, Mo. Physicians are
studying case of Bessie Sewart,
22, Wellsville, who suffers hys
teria spells. When in them she
can read in totally dark room. At
other times she thinks she's a
man, dons father's clothes 'and
Cripple Creek, Col. Members
of I. W. W. may quit Western
Federation of Miners as result of
few miners' charges against Pres
ident Moyer. .
Pittsburgh, Pa. 3 deaths Bnd
thousands of dollars,',, property
damage as result of washouts and
floods due to yesterday's rain
storm. Cleveland, O. 110th anniver
sary of founding of City of Cleve
land held today. Monster parade.
, Cumberland, Md. Weston Bal-
linger, 14, who was thought to
have been kidnapped when he
disappeared from his home in
Washington, picked up here. On
way to Wheeling for work.
Washington. Baseball bug
surely has stung town right. Two
preachers praised Walter John
son from pulpits yesterday.
Anderson, Ind. Gustav Bartel,
53, dying with fractured skull.
Ezra Ruddle, 25, arrested. Some
body shaved Bartel's dog to re
semble lion. Fight started.
Washington. Moving picture
concern wants women employes
"who don't paint, powder or wear
Boston, Mass. Central Labor
Union officials explained that rea
son they didn't call sympathetic
strike of 80,000 members to aid
Boston elevated was that Gov.
Foss will soon settle trouble in
way that will be satisfactory to
Washington. State depart
ment has commenced investiga
tion of alleged mistreatment of
American missionaries by Kor
eans. " Washington. Civil appropria
tion bill proves that we're surely
intend to carry out tha tpart of
Hay-Paunceforte treaty that
grants us powe rto protect Pan
Williamson, W. Va. William
Jennings Bryan endorsed for
president, 1916, by 5th district
nominating convention in session
Los Angeles. Earl Rogers,
Darrow's chief counsel, said he.