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'All ears left rails. Skewer and
baggage ear" turned over.
Los Angeles.-400 Greeks left
today for home to fight Turks.
San Fraiidlsea. -300 Greeks
started east for home after
marching through Streets Under
Greek flag and stars' artd Stripes.
500 more will leave during next
Washington. Catit, Carden,
revenue cutter Seminole, wire-1
lessed today that steamer Bark
shire of the Merchants' ahd Mih
ers' Line, which took fire oftr Cape
Hatteras, is now safe and that he
would Stand by hef Until tOmor
row, When a wrecking steamed
Los Angeles. Specifically ex
cepting all negroes, Tom Mc
Carey, local promotef, has offered
a new heavyweight championship1
belt, fie proposes to make It the
permier prize of the ring and
keep it forever ollt ef the hands of
a black man.
La Crosse, Wis. Seri. La Fol
lelte was characterized as spe-
cioUS and misleading, in a .Bull
Moose address by ). R. Gdrfield,
sec'y of the interior dtiring-Roose-velt
Oyster Bay, N. Y. Visit of
George W. Perkins to Jsagahlore
,fiill apparently did hot UhUsually
disturb Col. Roosevelt, a it was
announce?! today that he had enj
joyed a fine night's sleep.
Omaha, Neb. T. K, Irwiri,
who is wanted irt Durartgo, Col.,
for embezzlement of $2,725 from
the La Plata County band, was
arrested here today
Fort Wayne, Ind. Delegates
to conventioh of State Feedration
of Women's CIub& are today dis
cussing speech made by Mrs. L.
Jf. Cdx, Terre Haute, first Vice
president of the federation, in
which she declared women are
not "ready for ballot yet.
Indianapolis, Irid. State tail
road commission today issued
sweeping order for installation of
block signals on nine irtterilrban
lines in Indiana.
St Louis, Mo. Plans com
pleted today for race between
hydro-aeroplane and high-powered
auto from Omaha, Neb, to
this city. Anthony Jannus of this
city Will take air route and A. M
Carlson will drive auto.
New Vbrk. Arthur W. Grein
er, Chicago broker and aUto rac
ef, to be remarried to Mrs. Ethel
Sykes Greinef, his divorced wife.
Mew York. Jan6 Addanis pro
posed as next president of Na
tional Suffrage Association.
Montgomery, Ala. Aviator
Louis Mitchell fell 200 ft, Killed,
Portland, Ore Mrs. Lillian
M. Stevens, Portland, Ore., elect
ed president or1 Nat'l Women's;
Christian Temperance Union,
Berlffi.Hiindfeds of house
wives rioted over high cost ofi
Mexico City. i?elix Diaz,
Who, with his rebel army, was
captured by federals, will- be tak
en immediately before courtmar
tial and doubtless be executed.
Smithfield HL Chas. Morey,
20, farmer, suicide. Poison. Girl
New York. Mrs.. Marg Wal
thow, 80, pupil "ifi Williamsburg
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