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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Springfield, 111. Att'y-Gen.
Stead gave out opinion that Gov.
dect Dunne can't take office until
speaker is elected.
Washington. Democrats will
cut tariff on wood pulp and paper.
Washington. Republican sen
ators fighting .to land federal
bench jobs for Henry S. Boutell
-and Fenton W. Booth.
Philadelphia. Taft, in speech
at Clover Club, advised WilSon
and Democratic party to stick to
middle of road.
Washington. Inaugural com
mittee doesn't like to call off
inaugural ball as Wilson re
quested. Leavenworth, Kan. Chas. N.
iBeum, Minneapolis, first of dyna
mite conspirators to be freed from
federal prison, Under $30,000
Washington. Dep't of Justice
ito investigate report that Sec'y of
Interior Fisher removed 7 mem
bers of Osage Indian council to
benefit oil trust.
New York. Predicted that
telephone c o m m u nication be
tween New York and San Fran
cisco will be established by 1915.
Joliet, 111. Daniel Kutz killed
by engine. His first day as switch
man. Washington. Chas. H. Hyde,
former city chamberlain, recently
convicted of bribery, disbarred by
appellate division of Supreme
New York. Ed F. Mylius, En
glish journalist, convicted of libel
ing King George, and whom
Sec'y Nagel ordered deported
from Ellis Island, granted habeas
corpus writ by Judge Holt.
Washington. Dep't of Agri-f
culture banned all Mexican
oranges, sweet limes, mangoes,
peaches, guavas and plums.
Washington. Dr. Anna Shaw,
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt and
Mrs. Jas. Laidlaw will be princi
pal speakers at big suffrage rally
on March 3.
Omaha. Postal Telegraph Co.
here have 7 girl messengers.
Washington. Sec'y of Treas
ury MacVeagh has asked $6,000
for secret service operatives to
protect President-elect Wilson.
New York. Three men in
dicted as members of arson trust.
London. Bar association, by
overwhelming vote, decided not
to allow women to practice law.
Waverly, W. Va. 18 business
houses and B. & O. railroad sta
tion destroyed by fire.
St. Louis. Mrs. Herjjy Weeks,
who wants divorce" ""from prom
inent Republican politician, told
how she used to bathe and shave
Pueblo, Colo. Lysander L.
Johnson shot and killed Mrs.
Maude Murray and himself.
Terre Haute, Ind. 3 of 5 men
who attacked Larry O'Donnell,
Vigo county jailer, and escaped,
are still free. Other 2 caught.
Washington. Senate passed
Kenyon bill to drive disreputable
houses from this city by means of
Washington. Senate Indian