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Will require 1 year to rebuild
Berlin. Dept. of Justice has is
sued order to establish school for
Long Branch, CaL Mrs. O. S.
Staples denied report that daugh
ter, Mrs. Akely, of Minneapolis, is
running away from Minnesota to
avoid payment of inheritance tax.
Washington. Sen. Works,
CaL, as reward for throwing
Roosevelt dovvjn, has been select
ed head of committee on fisheries.
Sen. Jones, Wash., appointed
chairman of committee orf irriga
tion. Sen. Poindexter, Wash., named
chairman of committee on Pacific
Clinton, 111. Prisoners in De
Witt county jail escaped. Cell
and window bars sawed. 5th jail
delivery in six months.
Fremont, O. 100 employes of
Herbrand Hardware Company
declared strike today. Demand
recognition of I. W. W. and 10
hours-pay for 9 hours work.
New York. John Hays Ham
mond will open office of his own
in Times bldg., adjoining Repub
lican headquarters, where he will
Boston, Mass. 2 known killed,
4 others thought to have died and
80 to 100 injured in wreck on New
.York New Haven & Hartford
tracks, near Dorchester, South
Juarez. Gen. Oroczo, rebel
leader, announced that he would
not be rsponsible for any Ameri
can entering Mexican interior.
Will not discuss peace until Ma- J
dero resigns or fires members of
his family out of cabinet.
Binghamton, N. Y. Owen
Clark, Waltsville, Pa., came here
to marry Bertha Finch, brought
license from Penna. No good
here, so- while friends waited,
couple -motored nine miles to
state line and were married.
Mexico City. Gen. Zapata,
rebel, opened peace negotiations
with provisional Gov. Maranjo. If
terms are liberal he will accept.
Washington. Immigration of
ficials will not talk about inves
tigation, of reported 'violation of
alien contract labor law by New
England -woolen firms.
Des Moines, la. Annual con
vention of Northwestern Hotel
Men's Ass'n adjourned today.
Duluth, Minn., selected for 1913
Washington. Taft, after cab
inet meeting-, announced that he ,
would veto both wool and steel
tariff revision bills.
New York. Mrs. Mary Blair
BrokaWj who filed separation suit
against W. Gould Brokaw jn
1910, has now filed suit for ab
This is second divorce suit in
which Brokaw has been defend
ant. Evanston, Wyo. 6 prisoners
escaped, from county jail after
New York. William Tennines
Bryan sent telegram to Demo
cratic national committee prais
ing Wilson's acceptance speech.
Champ Clark said it was "mas
terly literary effort."
Gov. Marshall visited head-