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fought fire that threatened to de
" stroy ' Hudson County Catholic
Protectory, Arlington, N. J. $40,
Aubrey, Ark. Burglars enter
ed Will Cunningham's country
stpre and escaped with $22500.
0 Most of money belonged to other
residents of town, who left it
there until Friday of each week
and then-transferred it to bank al
London. Labor leaders may
Extend dock workers' strike and
carry war to every port in United
Kingdom. Plan to call out 300,
Los Angeles If court refuses
lo dismiss Juror Leavitt, as re
quested by Darrow defense, plea
Of mistrial may be made.
East St. Louis, Mo. Wm. E.
Slawson, 60, while temporarily in
sane from heat, attempted to
shoot himself. Bullets cured him
of congestion" of brain.
Copenhagen. Woman swim
ming teacher went insane while
instructing number of girls in sea
near Helsingborg. Starcerf to
swim to Elsmore, 5 miles away.
Picked up as' she was going down
Philadelphia. 12 girls, em
ployed as spinners and winders,
- struck and tied up entire carpet
W mills of Dobson. Bros, at Schuyl
kill, Want more pay. Between
2,000 and 3,000 people can not
-r vork until trouble is settled.
. Washington. Sen Bourne ex-
v plained how parcel post embodied
in postoffice appropriation -will
cheapen transportation of small
Washington. Thomas Bra
hany, Wis., former secretary of
tariff board, has taken up duties
as assistant secretary to Taft, ,
Minneapolis, Minn. Capt A.
H. "Nelson, 84, civil war veteran,
editcfr of Northwest Argus, is
candidate for alderman.
Fountain City, Wis. William
Krause, wealthy farmer horribly
mangled and almost instantly
killed when his horse ran away
and he was thrown into gearing
Washington. Senate provid-v
ed tor legislative assembly of 16
members from each of 4 judicial
districts of Alaska.
Tokio Mikado is much worse
today. Crown prince, who has
just recovered from illness, is at
London. 24 policemen kept
guard over Lord Davenport's res
idence today. Thousands of
dockworkers prayed for his death
in public park yesterday.
Davenport is one of several oc
topus employers of England.
Los Angeles. Earl Rogers,
Darrow's attorney, told Judge
Hutton that Juror Leavitt was
stalling sickness to avoid jury
Sea Girt, N. J. Wilson's sec
retary has succeeded in classify
ing 20,000 letters governor has re
ceived since nomination.
One pile labeled "babies," con
tains more than 40 letters from
fathers who have christened late
arrivals ."Woodrow " Wilson"
Smith, Jones, or whatever last
name might be. ,
Paris. Marquis Louis de Mon-