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turn df Progressive partymet here
today to name deelgates to Chi
cago convention, presidential
electors and state committee.
Not likely that state ticket will
Washington. Tariff revision
fight switched from Senate to
Washington. Chairman Stan
ley of House steel trust investi
gating committee is being coach
ed for his fight for new legislation
to strengthen anti-trust laws by
Attorneys Louis D. Brandeis and
Egbert R. Reed.
Columbus, O. John Taborn,
64, 42years prisoner in Ohio peni
tentiary, has been allowed to go
to prison farm at Morgan Station.
If he likes it he will remain there
until end of days.
Indianapolis. Black carrier
pigeon flew through open win
dow into Gov. Marshall's office
and remained there for seevral
hours., Marshall is wondering if
it means good or bad luck.'
Milwaukee. Ross Johnson, 22,
Gertrude Charney, 19, and Louis
Garber, 20, fined $45 each for
dancing "Texas Tommy," "Hun
gry Jenny' and "Western Wig
gle." Washington. House judiciary
sub-committee, sent to Seattle to
investigate Judge Hanford, re
Declared that they forced judge
Denied that they made deal
with Hanford by which he was to
resign if they called off 'impeach
They will meet tomorrow andi
decide whether to dismiss pro
St. Paul,". Minn. Minnesota's
bull moose convention, 400
strong, are in session here. En
tire state ticket may not be put in
Louisville, Ky. Pulmotor
saved life of 1-year-old Robert
Parnett after infant had swal-
lowed morphine tablets.
Kewannee, UK Fire caused
by explosion destroyed Henry
county infirmary, near Cam
bridge. Occupants carried outj
Bern. 5 Basel tourist said theyj
could climb Fletschorn, without
guide. Have not been heard of,
Narragansett Pier, R. I.
Workmen found $5,000 worth of
jewels in rums of cottages thatt
were burned last Saturday.
Marinette, Wis. Edward Jam
iesan, Chicago, who was arrested
for picking pockets during recent
saengerfest, broke jail last nighty
Still at large.
Clarion, Pa. Milton Buchert,
26, committed suicide by placing
stick of dynamite under head and
Beaudettem, Minn. Arthur
Ottelle, professional balloonist,
killed. Fell 500 feet. Bag burst
when it hit light air.
Tallapoosa, Ga. Mrs. Gates
Richard O'Hare, St. Louis, so
cialist lecturer, trie'd to make"
corner speech. Mayor Pearce or-'
dered her arrested. Refused to'
be arrested. Fire department
turned on hose and dreached her
with water. .