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March; 1910, shot to death at
state prison. Thorne paid pen
alty last month.
Ottawa, Ont. Stephen Ky
oshk, Indian, sentenced fo-death
for murder, granted new trial by
Department of Justice.
Washington. Somebody hung
bull moose button on Francis
Taylor, former Chicago alder
man and secretary to Franklin
MacVeagh and riot nearly start
ed around white house.
Taylorville, 111. J. H. Belknap,
switchman, shot and killed by Jas.
Jackson, stranger, in revolver
Geneva, 111. Jessie Bruner, 17,
11 So. Center ave., Chicago, and
Joy Hubbard, 18, Jarva, 111., es
caped from Industrial School for
Girls, making rope of bedcloth
ing and fled with two men.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt was
up bright and early today and be
gan dictating speeches to his sec
retary. London. England's latest and
greatest dreadnought, the Marl
borough, was launched at Devon
port. Havana. General Menocal,
conservative candidate for presi
dent of Cuba, fired upon by
Boston, Mass. Mrs. Lilla M.
Hunt granted divorce from Rev.
Ernest W. Hunt, who refused to
work because he thought it be
neath his dignity.
Rome. Reported here that
Katherine Elkins, daughter of
late Sen. Stephan B. Elkins, Va.,
has been married to William Hitt.
Berlin. 2,0Q0 women raided
butcher shop wrecked premises
and stole meat in latest protest
against high prices.
Portland, Conn. Mrs. Charles
T. Stout, known as Genevieve
Necker, woman national golf
champion, sued for divorce.
Rochester, Ind. John Ganzel, W
baseball manager, may lose sight
of right eye as result of hunting
Omaha, Neb. Benjamin R.
Day, railway mail clerk, and F.
N. Whisenand, Adams Express
messenger, arrested for robbing
Boston, Mass. Former Presi
dent Charles W. Eliot, of Har
vard, spoke for Wilson before 3.-
000 people. First political speech. .
Milwaukee. LaFollette, in
magazine article, compares
Roosevelt to'switch engine "back
ing round with big noise, but get
Mexico City. Felix Diar, lead- '
er of late rebellion, will probably
be executed some time today.
Jackson, Mich. Fire, reported
to started by convicts m revenge
for inhuman floggings recently
received, destroyed warehouse in
state prison. $100,000 loss.
Milan. Count Ferdinand
Pino, 45, one of the wealthiest
noblemen in Italy, shot and killed
himself. Ill health. . -
New York. Democratic cam- !
paign managers plan big Wilson
Marshall day Nov. 2. Wonder
whose day Nov. 4 will be.
Elmira, N. Y. Fire destroyed
new Hotel Valencia. One man
injured. $35,000 loss.
Sorento, Italy, Princess Mar-