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connection with labor riots at
Grabow, La., where 3 men were
killed and more than 30 wound
ed. Rockford, 111. Forbes Talcott,
son of Walt Talcott, Rockford
capitalist, who went to work xn
' Tucson, Ariz., ranch after leaving
Princeton, is dead from injuries
received in fall from horse during
Hampton, Va. National As
sociation of Colored Women
holding convention here. Mrs.
Booker T. Washington elected
Camp Douglas, Wis. U. S.
wjll probably make investigation
of charges of indecencies practic
ed by members of Wisconsin and
Illinois National Guard in camp
San Francisco. Charged that
James B. McNamara, Times dy
namiter, is being held in solitary
confinement to force him to con
fess further details of the Times
Newport, R. I. Society has
supplanted "Turkey Trot" ' and
"Bunny Hug" with new dance
called "Horse Trot," described as
sort of cross between prance and
New York. Provisional Chair
man Hotchkiss of progressive
party in New York says Demo
crat will be nominated by bull
moosers for either governor or
St. Paul, Minn. Sen, Knute
Nelson will run for re-election.
Will file papers with Secretary of
State within two weeks.
Alton, 111. Rose Phillips, 16,1
frightened away burglar, whohad
entered home, with toy pistol.
Marshall, Mo. Four former--cowboys
from Oklahoma came
tearing through town in auto at
rate of 60 miles an hour. Cost
Steger, 111. City is holding
14th celebration of anniversary,
of founding. Edward F. Dunne,
Democratic candidate for gov-,
ernor, will make speech.
Seattle, Wash. Jack London,
author, arrived in city after hav
ing made voyage around horn on
American ship Dirigo, Capt.
London signed up as able sea
man when ship left Baltimore to
get experience before mast. Going
to write sea stories.
Denver, Col. Frederick G.
Bonfils, part owner of Denver
Post sentenced to 60 days and or
dered to pay fine of $5,000 for
criminal contempt Charges were
brought by Wm. G. Evans, mil
lionaire street car man. .
San Francisco. Mrs. Estelle
Valerie Allison, society woman,
at present afflicted with "stage,
bug," and owner of company at
local theater, walloped deputy,
who attempted to serve summons
in civil suit.
Gary, Ind. Slava Chelbrow
and Jovan Sivot, tailors, alleged
to have stolen $400 from pockets
of trousers that Frank Bladgely
had sent them to press. Judge,
fined them $200 each.
Los Angeles. Lester Brown,
newspaper reporter, testified that
Att'y John R. Harrington told,
him at time of grandjurjr.inyesti-)
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