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E VERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
leaders fixed Aug. 17 as day o ad
journment, following passage of
Panama canal bill by Senate last
Only scumbling block is Sen
ate amendment granting free
passage, to railroad" owned ves
sels. Washington. Local police are
stumped in their anti-flirting cru
sade, on account of regulation
which provide that masher can't
be arrested if he responds to
Denver. Marriage License
Clerk Peck announced that he
would issue licenses to any first
cousins who want to wed.
Colorado Springs, Colo. An
nuaf convention of Knights of
Columbus closed Avitli 2 business
Lamosa, Colo. 3 men believed
to have been drowned while sail
ing on San 'Acacia- reservoir.
.Overturned boat found floating
London. Police keeping close
watch over suffragette leaders for
fear they'll sjaf t something on ac
count of sentencing .-of 3 suffra
Public aroused by 5-year sen
tences passed upon 2 educated
and -refined women for what was
really political rather than crim
Jackson, Mich. M. J. Daly,
Chicago, convicted of bribery in
connection with Jackson prison
scandal," will probably appeal to
Cleveland, O Patrick Cal
houn, Cleveland and San Francis
co milionaire, will not resist sale
of his Euclid Heights Realty Co.
property to satisfy $1,500,000
John D. Rockefeller owns most
of company's bonds.
Anderson, Ind. Rodney H.
Brandon, -supreme sec'y Loyal
Order of Moose, denied that or
der will ask for injunction to re
strain Progressive party using
moose as party emblem.
Sea Girt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
went to New York today to pose
for photographs that will be used
for campaign purposes.
London. Diplomatic circles
alarmed over Turkish situation.
Everything points to break-up of
Ottoman empire and it can't
break up without dragging all
European nations into mix-up.
Bluefields,. Nicaragua. Gen.
Menas, rebel leader, is not daunt
ed by his defeat at Rias, but is
adding to his forces.
Dusseldorf. 100 men may
have been killed in fire and ex
plosion in coal mine at Gerthe. 50
Washington. Taft called spe
cial cabinet meeting as soon as he
returned from Cincinnati. Wants
to map out his many veto mes
sages. ' About the best thing Taft does
nowadays is undo the work of
Gallipolis, O. Dam 26, built
by government, gave way this
morning. -Loss will be, $350,000.