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expected defense to conclude tes
timony this week.
Washington. Ex-Sen. Nathan
B. Scott, W. Va., former Repub
lican national committeeman, be
fore senate investigating commit
tee, said that George W. Perkins
rendered first financial aid to
Roosevelt's campaign in 1904.
Said Perkins gave $15,000 to
carry on fight in W. Va. alone.
Fairmont, W. Va. Police
searching for Vincenzo Ageloni
and brother, alleged to have shot
and fatally founded Policeman
Shaver sent bullet through own
brain to end suffering.
Flint, Mich. Rose Alberts, 22,
killed while joy riding on motor
cycle with Walter Young, 25.
Mexico City. Zapatistas at
tacked Mexico Cuernavaca train,
murdering 84 people. Priest
stopped further massacre by
walking into midst o rebels and
talking to leader.
Washington. War dep't has
sent 3 companies of cavalry to
Nogales, N. M., in anticipation of
battle between Mexican federals
and rebels tq be fought there.
Sacramento, Cal. Att'y Gen.
Webb opines that Taft electors'
cannot go on ballot as "Repub
licans" "unless he carries state in
New York. George Campbell,
school boy, died from blood pois
oning as result of being hit on
shins witlv baseball 2 weeks ago.
Physicians baffled. Skin not
Los Angeles. Carnelius Haa
sakker, 23, ranch employe, at noon
decided to turn robber. At 2 p. m.
he had collected opera glasses,
apron, red sweater, pair of gloves
and $6.50. By night he was in jail.
Washington. Gov. Woodrow
W.ilson will plant tree to take
WHO SAID, "NOW YOU STOP!"