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gomery, owner of hairdressing
shop, committed suicide because
fiance told her -to .choose between
him and her dog.
Baltimore, Md. Sir William
Ramsey, London, speaking at
John Hopkins University, says
that gold may some day be pro
duced in chemist's laboratory.
Steamboat Springs, Col. Two
deputy sheriffs seriously injured
in fight between posse and escap
ed convicts from Rawlins prison.
Convicts still free.
San Diego, Cal. Marjorie
Moreland, actress, reported fian
cee of Nat Goodwin, has discov
ered that she has husband and
that gentleman, Charles Dough
ty, real estate man, is suing actor
Mexico City. Felix Diaz,
.nephew of former President Diaz,
heading army of rebels, captured
Vera Cruz and then marched on
Boston, Mass. Mayor Fitz
gerald asked city council to pass
ordinance limiting length of hat
pins to 6 inches.
New York. President Taft
ieft for Worcester, Mass.
Calumet, Mich. August Moy
iayen, 55, attorney, shot and kill
ed himself. His brother did same
Washington. Reported that
William W. Kitchen, American
consul at Teneriffe, died sud
denly. Washington. Taft issued or
der prohibiting foreign ships to
enter American naval bases.
Ely, Nev. Gov. Oddie has or
dered Capt. Donnelly of Nevada
state police y gather force of
men and go to McGill, where sev
eral thousand mill workers are on
strike for. more pay.
Amherst, Mass. Dr. Alexen
der Meiklejohn, former dean of
Brown University, inaugurated
president of Amherst college.
Lynchburg, Va. Thieves stole
trunk belonging to jewelry sales
man in hotel here.
New York. Suit began 10
years ago by Lillian Nordica,
opera singer, to recover $50,000
from Southern railroad for in
juries" received in wreck, dismiss
ed by Justice Ford.
New York. Cardinal Farley
will appear before mass meeting
of aril Catholic societies and ex
plain plan for caring for immi
grants. Berlin. Prince Charles Max
Lichnowsky nominated German
ambassador at London to succeed
Baron Marshall von Bieberstein.
Berlin. Prussian government,
owner of several mines, has with
drawn from German coal trust
because of raise in prices.
New York Mrs. J. Borden
Harrimarr directs affairs of Wo
men's National Wilson and Mar
shall League from her bed in St
New York. Mrs. George T.
Vickers, chairman of Republican
women workers of New. Jersey,
who says that Wilson is "wab
bler" and "weakling," visited
Taft headquarters today.
" New York. Dr. Anna How
ard Shaw says that Oregon will
go for women's rights in Novem
ber. Word frop Michigan, Kan-