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Laporte, Ind. Judge Vurpillas
granted Mayor Darrow, Laporte,
jt title to 15 pieces of land that
squatters had built houses on.
Darrow also got houses.
Gaffney, S. C. Gov. Blease, in
rw making campaign speech, tried
sympathy game. Held his baby
in arms and said, 'see how she
trusts me." Somebody intimated
that it was because she was too
young to know better." Scrap
averted by police.
Keokuk, la. Journeymen 'bar
kers and their bosses compromis
4 ed on salary and today men are
again saying, "you are next'
,' Rockford, 111. Mrs. Christina
i Carlson, 82, tried to start fire
with gasoline. Burned to death.'
t St Joseph, Mo. John Boston,
f farmer, got tired. Went to sleep
qn railroad track. Body identified
Newport, R." I. Prince Mo
hamed AH Pasha arrived here to
befeasted by-summer colony.
- -' Philadelphia. P. A. B. Wid
enef will give $1,000,000 for li
brary to be built at Harvard Uni
versity as memorial to grandson,
Harry Elkins Widener, who
went down with Titanic.
San Francisco. Body of man
J4fc found murdered in street identi-
iied as Giacomo Segestia, said to
have been Chicago gambler,
Milwaukee. Three 'officers of
- steamer EG. Crosby arrested by
federal authorities. Charged with
permitting operation of slot ma-
: chine on board. Held to await ac
tion of federal grand jury.
Madrid. Government excited
over discovery of Republican
plot in Barcelona and Valencia.
Vichy, France. Albert Twy
ford, New York, who fired 5 shots
into his head, not dead as report
ed last Tuesday. May recover.
Rome. Water in Wells at Zu
ara are ..swarming with typhoid
germs. Declared that Turks, be
fore abandoning town, contam
inated wells with germ culture.
Honolulu.-Both sides refuse
to compromise in strike that has
tied up vessels of Ihterisland
Strike is said to cost company
$5,000 a day and mails are de
layed. Boston. Joseph Pennell, Phil
adelphia, artist, who came here to
sketch Boston, will leave and go
to 'other cities.. Could find rjoth
ing interesting enough.
May go to Milwaukee and
draw a beer.
Hammond, Ind. Steve Barto,
Indiana Harbor, shot and killed
himself so his wife could be free.
Daughter, Mary, 13, watched sui
cide. Menominee, Mich. Otto Lar
sen, wealthy farmer, Ingails,
killed by lightning.
Paris. M. Delcasse, minister
of -marine, has sent letters to all
maritime authorities throughout
France telling them French law
requiring safety drills at sea is
Cleveland, O.-Wm. J. Bren
nan, Pittsburgh, elected 'grand
worthy president of Eagles.
Bloomington, 111. Roy 'Kelly,
farmer, Colfax, killed. Lightning,
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