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EVERYWHERE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
La Crosse, Wis. Archbishop
S. Messmer, Milwaukee, in open
ing celebration of 50th anniver
sary of St. Joseph's Cathedral
here, attributed success of the
Catholic Church to its form of
government and high morals of
200 popes who have been at head
of the church.
Fond Du Lac, Wis. Ware
house of Boex-Holman Candy
Co. destroyed by fire last Tues
day will be rebuilt at once. Loss
Milwaukee. This is no longei
the "Socialist city." At midnight
the terms of Socialist county of
ficials expired and the non-par
tisan candidates elected last No
vember were inaugurated.
Washington. Navy officials
declared today that they attach
no importance to the fact that the
navy supply ship Panther has
been missing since Tuesday and
is supposed to have encountered
the recent hurricane off Cape
New York. Counsel for Pres.
Mellen of the New Haven and
Pres. Chamberlin of the Grand
Trunk appeared in U. S. Court to
day and secured postponement
for one week of final pleading in
case of the two accused magnates
indicted for criminal conspiracy
in restraint of trade.
Carlyle, 111. Henry Young,
brakeman, seriously hurt in col
lision between B. & O. freight
train and switch engine here to
day. Washinonn Tnhn Mnt-rj
National League star backstop,
goes under knife today for opera
tion to remove bit of cartilege in
his left knee joint.
Buffalo. Ten teams of profes
sional bicycle riders started in an
8-hour-a-day 6-day race at Audi
Detroit. Fred Sanders, who
introduced to the world the ice
cream soda, is dead.
Cleveland. Abolition of the 4
regiments of negro soldiers in U.
8S. army will be proposed at con
ference of general officers of the
8 line in Washington Wednesday.
.' Stockholm. Municipal work
I ingman here threaten strike.
Mexico City, Mex. Charge of
plotting rebellion was formally
made today against Dr. F. V. Go
mez, being held by Mexican gov
Helena, Mont. T. J. Walsh,
Dem., will be elected U. S. sena
tor by 13th Montana legislature,
which has its official life today.
Denver. 31 below zero here
Des Moines, la 5 firemen se
verely injured when ladder on
which they were fighting fire in
Gospel Mission fell when roof
Washington. "White slav
ery," corporation tax dodging,
the ''shoe machinery trust" and
sugar weighing frauds in N. Y.
are some of big questions to be
considered by Supreme Court
Cambridge. Mass. Prof. Rob-.
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