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car Young-, barber, got blow in
face from barber that caused
Toronto, Ont. Mabel Barri
son's death expected, within few
hours. Joseph E. Ho'ward, hus
band, at bedside.
. Los Angeles. Frank F. Pratt,
young lawyer, died at Southern
California hospital a victim of
Vera Cruz. Felix Diaz re
moved from military court and
fly . v. jjB
placed in civil jail. Taken to mean
that he may be given new trial in
stead of being shot.
Washington. Treasury de
partment1 issued orders barring
drinking cup from all railroads
Sioux City, la. Police search
ing for 4 persons believed to have
drowned in Missouri river with
George Miller, whose body was
Puerta Plata, Santa Domingo.
Federal troops defeated twice
by rebels at Monte Cnsti.
Washington. Battle ships
Yankton and Baltimore -have re
ceived orders to proceed to Santo
Seattle. Leslie Peppers, farm
hand, shot and seriously wounded
in lodging house by policeman
who was trying to batter door
New York. Taft, in speech at
13 regiment armory, said that U.
S. should have two battleships a
Jacksonville. Fla. Gov. Gil- .
christ has ordered troops out to" "
protect street car owners trom
Madrid King Alfonso is "sick-a-bed."
Austin, Tex. J. Beal Sneed,
slayer of Al Boyce, Jr., granted
bail at $20,000.
Salem, Ore. W. C. East,
cashier of Salem bank, whose arm
was torn off by boiler explosion,
Milwaukee. Gust Angeles,
alias Kostopulos, arrested here.
Wanted for murdering woman in
Charleston, W. Va. Soldiers
will probably leave Cabin Creek
and Paint Creek coal districts
shortly. Though miners' strike is
still on, conditions have become
Munich. Lieut. Moritz Ham
burger, Bavarian military avia-
tdr, killed at Oberwiesenfeld by
fall of 200 feet.
WinniDee. Edgar Guy Lees,
1 18, and Henry Keane, 25, drown-