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man made will leaving his entire
estate to brother's children.
Pittsburgh. Voters' League
case against Police Commissioner
John M. Morin, charged with in-
efficiency, closed today.
W Morin's job is believed safe, but
league has at least shaken up po
Milwaukee. Dr. Chas. Stanley
Lester, well-known Protestant
Episcopal clergyman, has been
deposed from ministry. Writings
said to be heretical.
New York. Justices Pitney
and Van Devanter, U. S. Supreme
Court, decided that names of
Roosevelt electors should be al
lowed on Republican ballots at
Kansas primaries next Tuesday.
Bartlesville, Okla. Col. Geo.
C. Priestly, Republican national
committeeman from Oklahoma,
has resigned. Declared that he is
too much of Roosevelt man.
Washington. D e m o c ratic
leaders have called another cau
cus on 2-battleship plan fornext
Philadelphia. Benjamin Fish
er, baker, 4344 Calumet av., Chi
cago, dropped dead. Heart failure.
Washington. Vice President
Sherman will probably not pre-
side over Senate for balance of
W session. Heart failure.
Holland, Mich. Jeseph Dick
erson, 21, living at 12th st. and
" Fairfield av., Chicago, drowned
while swimming in Black Lake.
Milwaukee. Lenore Cawker,
rich West Side woman, has been
keeper of dog pound.
Plain' View, Tex. Prof." Sull,
.Yale anthropological expedition,
returned from south'. Found sev
eral prehistoric bones, mammoth
and other relics.
Washington. Rep. Taylor,
Colorado, filed bill to create Lin
coln memorial highway om Bos
ton to San Francisco.
Reno.Nev, Second cloudburst
uvSeven Troughs canyon. 5-foot
wall of water swept down canyon,
carrying away temporary resi
dences. Washington. Rep. Sabath,
111., continued his campaign
against United Cigar Stores' sys
tem of issuing coupons.
Fairmont, W.Va. Wm. Hodg
well, oil well shooter, blown to
pieces when can of nitroglycerin
he was carrying exploded.
Red Wing, Minn. George F.
Hutchson and his son, Lee, 7, run
down and killed by train at grade
Mexico City. Gen. Benj. Vilj-
geon, Boer war fame, who acted
as adviser to Madero in his suc
cessful rebellion against Diaz, has
been appointed Mexican consul at
Providence, R. I. Republican
state leaders do not take seriously
report that Former U. S. Senator
Nelson W. Aldrich would be can
didate to succeed Sen. George
New Orleans. John M, Par
ker, before leaving for Bull Moose
convention at Chicago, said that
he would lead fight to make Pro
gressive strictly white man's par
ty. Chattanooga, Tenn. Deacdns
of First Baptist church, Alberts
ville, have secured injunction re-