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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Los Angeles. Allof 12 su
perior court judges of Los An
geles refuse to preside at 2nd trial
of Clarence Darrow on charge of
Tarrytown, N. Y. Giuseppa
Russo, workman, employed on
Rockefeller's estate at Pocantico
Hills, shot and badly wounded.
Hold-up of 2 other employes
shortly after, added to excite
ment Monticello, N. Y.. Vicinity
facing rattlesnake pestilence.
Scores of huckleberry pickers
have been bitten.
Minneapolis, Minn. Rev. G.
L. Morrill t accuses fig1 leaf of
setting prevalent women's fash
ions.. Portland, Me. Gov. Marshall
.will invade Maine today. To
make few speeches. Speaker
Clark will also be here.
New York.; Gov. Wilson here
for conference with Vice Chair
man McAdoo and" members of
campaign committee:" -Since ill
ness of McCombs' it is, now up tb
McAdoo to deliver goo'ds.
New York. William J.. Bryan
will begin his speaking tour about
Sept. 10. He will tour mostly in
middle west beginning,' 'probably,
in Nebraska. ' ". ."", '
Charnp Clark, after his 3
speeches in Maine this week, will
proceed to west and southwest on
behalf of Wilson.
Oscar Underwood will cover
east, spealcing mostly on tariff.
Gov. Harjnon will tour middle
west and Gov. Foss Will coiifine
himself to New England.
Tarbes, France. Former Pres
ident Reyes, Colombia, his
daughter, and secretary seriously
injured in auto collision near
New York. Mrs. Idaf Reese,
arrested with another woman on
charge of arson, tried to commit
suicide by hanging herself in cell'.
Made noose of' her ,corset
, Bloomington, Ind. Lee
Wrighthouse, Jeffersonville, Ind
shot by Conductor J.'D. Phillips',
Big Four Freight train, died.
Amsterdam. British steamer
Eton, from Buenas Aires, sanki
after colliding with Dutch coast-'
ing steamer Atlantic, off Ijmu-r
den, on "Netherlands. .
Constantinople. Turkish Wj
nien are selling flowers in street:
to aid sufferers of recent earth
Youngstown, O. 2 girls, I
and 9, and Dominick Dalise,- 30,
drowned when boat capsized i
Lake Glacier. " ,
Detroit, Mich. 4 men drown-
ed in Detroit river when over-
loaded canoe sank.
DeSoto, Mo. . Lightning
struck tent in which family of
Jefferson Ruhlo, road worker,
was living. 4 killed.
St. Louis, Mo. 3 persons kill
ed by lightning during storm
which did considerable property;
damage on both sides of river.
Lincoln, Neb. E. D. Dunham,
55, wealthy business niati, df own-tj
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