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'ers are out on strike today. De
mand pa)r for time wfien they are
waking while boats are being
New York.-rrActing Chairman
iMcAdoOj Democratic national
committee, announced that no
limit would be placed on amount
of "individual subscriptions to
New York. Gov. Wilson
spoke at dinner of Woodrow Wil
son Workingmen's League.
"Declared that he would like to
have all aliens lured to this coun
try by steamship companies
Kansas City. Mrs. Reta Gor
'don wants divorce from David
Gordon because every time she
goes out he sits down and begins
Moline, 111. Bishop McDow
ell, Chicago, presided at opening
of annual meeting of Central Dis
trict Swedish Methodist confer
ence. Cleveland, O. Paul Czolgosz,
father of man who killed Presi
dent McKinley, discharged by.
judge on charge of having thrash
ed man who, with 4 others, taunt
ed him about son's act.
Judge complimented Czolgosz,
saying he should have whipped
all of them.
Mineola, N. Y. Warrant is
sued for arrest of George W.
OBeatty, aviator, on complaint of
his wife, who charges cruelty and
affection for other women.
Champaign, 111. Cornerstone
of new Masonic Temple laid.
Toronto, Ont. James Simp
son, Toronto labor leader, ad
dressed Anti-Saloon , League of,
America on "The League ,and
Amoy, China. Typhoon de
stroyed many streets in city' of
Taihoku, capital of Formosa.
New York. Chas. W. Morse,
pardoned from Atlanta prison by
Taft because he was "dying," has
rented offices 'on Wall st. and is
preparing to enter his old busi
ness. Springfield, HI. Chas. Hanni
bal, believed mentally defective,
arrested for writing threatening
letter to County Judge Weaver.
Schenectady, N. Y. Helen
Keller, blind -and deaf woman,
woman, will make her home in -this
city. Mayorwill appoint her
as.member of board of public weir ;
fare. She is Socialists
Hartford, Eng. Suffragettes
cut 14 government, telegraph
wires. Left note on each pole
saying. that, they did it on ac
count of country's attitude
toward suffrage question.
New York. John J. Kiernan,
N, Y. City dept. of streets, will
spend his 25 days' vacation, be
ginning next Saturday, in walk
ing from Chicago to this city.
Terre Haute, Ind. William
Henry Harrison, great-great--grandson
of president of that
name, unveiled granite block
which marks site of old Fort
Harrison, blockhouse erected
against Indian attacks.
Vancouver, B. C. 300 repre
sentatives of 2 Chinese factions,
disturbedhy xeports of trouble in
China, rioted in streets here.
. Portsmouth, Eng.- British, Ad-