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Vienna- Whether Austria-Hungary
will take part in Panama-Pacific
exposition win be left to a commis
sion which will visit Toronto and
St. Petersburg. Announced today
that Russia will not take part in
Panama-Pacific exposition in 1915.
England has already taken same ac
tion. New York. Republican leaders
not satisfied with fusion nomination
of John Purroy Mitchell, who beat
Whitman. If Whitman will consent
they will put him at head of inde
pendent Republican ticket Mitchell
says he doesn't believe Whitman will
run on a- third ticket to defeat fusion.
Lincoln, Neb. Wm. Cassidy, wife
and two children in auto were scoop
ecLup bodily by locomotive and car
ried 400 feet without being killed.
Auto wrecked. Cassidy family bruis
ed and cut.
Berlin. Decision postponed for
one month on whether Germany will
take part in Panama-Pi cific exposi
tion. Washington. Rep. Neeley, Kan
sas, offered resolution in House today
to Investigate immediately Sec'y of
Treas. McAdoo's charges that N. Y.
banks are conspiring to depress U. S.
2 per cent bonds so as to antagonize
administration's currency reform
Bogota. Venezuela has a real
revolution. Gen. Castro, former
president, is back of it. Coro, in state
of Falcon, in hands of rebels.
Los Angeles. Cen. Felix Diaz is
trying to get support of Gen. Luis
Torres,, and Gen. Geronimo Trevino
in his candidacy for president of Mex
ico. Diaz conferred with Torres here
Charlestown, W. Va. Striking
miners in Cabin Creek and Coal River
fields voted overwhelmingly to ratify
agreement signed Wednesday be
tween United Mine Workers and coal
operators to end long strike.
IN TABLOID FORM
Berlin. Seven army men accused
of selling government reports and
bids of rivals to Krupp Gun Company,
on trial. It was petty graft. Berlin
manager of Krupp said he allowed
annual expense account of $900, out
of which he bought the alleged secret
Pontiac, III-Body of Mrs. Geo. A.
Baduska, 65, found hanging from
rafters in basement of home at OdelL
Despondent. Ill health.
Springfield, III. Insurgent mem
bers of Ben Hut insurance organi
zation organized and told officers to
start legal proceedings to compel su
preme tribe to abolish the recent clas
sification of rates. Officers: Wm. A.
Olsen, Chicago, president; V. C. Cov
entry, Olney, secretary; W. Dellert,
Washington. Agricultural Dep't
crop report says cotton crop on July
25 was 79.6 of normal. Cotton mar
ket advanced 1 Oto 15 points at N. Y.
Decatur, III. Mrs. Anna B. Milli
kin, who died last week, leaves Milli
kin home and all pictures to art mu
seum. Whole Millikin fortune goes
to charity and education.
London. Miss Annie Kenney, suf
fragette, again released from Hollo
way jail under cat-and-mouse act.
Hunger Btrike. Sent to nursing
home. Miss Sylvia Pankhurst also
released on ticket-of-leave. Hadn't
eaten since last Sunday.
Paris. Minister of finance, reply
ing for government in chamber of
deputies, said conditions are not fav
orable for further loans to Mexico
and government would do its unmost
to prevent them.
Petersburg, 111. Took friends of
James Ensley five hours to dig him
out of well cave-in. Too late then.
Princeton, Ind. Wilbur Pinnick,
22, brakeman, killed in wreck of 17
car freight train caused by split
Washington. Senator Tillman
saw President Wilson today and urg-