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ist, but recently' suffered paraly
sis of right hand. Has been de
spondent Los Angeles Detective May
er, ''mysterious stranger," wit
ness' for state, underwent severe
cross examination by Earl Rog
ers, Dafrow attorney.
This scrappy Rogers person
didn't. seem to mind contempt
charge that hangs over him ; went
right ahead and attacked Mayer's
testihiony as he pleased.
New York. San Francisco po
liceman arrived to get 2 servants
of Mrs. Margaret McNamara,
runaway wife of Frisco banker.
They are charged with stealing
When McNamara and daugh
ter, 7, called at hotel to try and
patch, things tip with Mrs. Mc
Namara, they found that she and
Patrick Walsh, chauffeur, had
started back to Frisco.
South Bend, Ind. 42nd annual
convention of Catholic Total Ab
stinence union is in session here.
'Archbishop Ireland made . ad
dress. Father O'Callaghan, Chi
cago, also made speech.
Washington. Senate refused
to comply with England's wishes
and strike from Panama canai bill
provision granting free passage
through canal to American ves
sel's. BurtonvRoot, Crane, Penrose,
Lodgcand the rest of Taft steam
roller gang were very anxious to
give England what she wanted
and voted to strike out passage.
Washington. Democrats' are
pleased with Wilson's speech of
Acceptance. Cali it 'philosophy
while they term Roosevelt's
Columbus, O. Warren M.
Harding, Marion, Taft hench
man, is trying to persuade Harry
M. Daugherty to accept Repub
lican nomination for governor if
it is tendered him Aug. 10.
Daugherty is said to be Taft's
choice to take place of Judge Dil"
lon, who developed cold feet after
Washington. Senator La Fol
lette has been elected to inter
state commerce commission.
La Follette should be valuable
man on that committee as he has
made an extensive study of legis
lation pertaining to government
"Regulars" tried hard to keep
him from getting place. v
Marquette, Mich. Steamship
James Gayley sank after collision -with
steamship Rensellaer in fog"
Everybody saved. Gayley val
ued at $300;0000.
Washington. Sen. Gronna,
North Dakota, Progressive Re
publican, is against Bull Moose r
party in his state.
Milwaukee Milwaukee may
not have case against Mrs. Louise
LindlofL. Arsenic found in body,
of Julius Graunke was part of em
balming fluid. r
That doesn't explain finding of
arsenic in body of Arthur Lind-,
loff, her son, as Illinois undertak
ers are not allowed to use arsenic
Buffalo, N. Y. Health dept
has released Samuel Isenk Rus
sian leper. He has left city.
Craig, CoLMrs. Annie Deck-l