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polis. Kern says an enlisted man is
nbt welcome at the officers' mess.
Austin, Tex. Democrats supposed
to be trying to put something over
on Wm. J. Bryan are starting a fund
to offer it to Bryan to devote all his
time to the U. S. John McKinney,
who is promoting it, says he expects
to raise $50,000.
Berlin. Justice Jas. W. Gerard,
ambassador, says he may not accept
the post. Won't resign from N. Y.
Supreme pourt until sure he can ac
cept the ambassador job. Real es
taters still showing him houses, but
the rent is too high.
Washington. President Wilson
wiH do nothing further as to Mexico
until he gets a report from John Lind,
now on way to Mexico to try to re
store peace. President won't recog
nize Huerta administration.
Paris. Lemans Bablot won Grand
Prix de Prance contest in Delage
auto, making 337 miles in 4 hours 21
minutes and 50 seconds. Guyot in
Delage car second, Salzer in Mer
Washington. Sen. Hoke Smith,
after holding up for three weeks
president's appointments on national
industrial commission, will call the
committee on education and labor to
consider the nine names. Objected
because no farmer on board.
Hanaford, III. Jury of six women
found Andy Peaver guilty of intoxica
tion. "Women juries are a fake,"
Washington. Extra efforts being
made to get quorum of Democrats on
house banking committee at meet
ing this afternoon to place the ad
ministration currency bill before the
House Democratic caucus next Mon
day. St. Louis. Edw. B. Fischer, pho
tographer, took bichloride of mer
cury by mistake. Life saved by
sweating process in heavy blankets
and electric light bulbs for heat.
Albany, N. Y. Late Anthony N.
Brady left widow $1,000,000 in cash
and $60,000 yearly income. Gave
325,000 each to four hospitals. About
$70,000,000 left to wife, two sons,
three daughters and a granddaugh
ter. Terre Haute, Ind. Claude A.
Jones, 19, saved Mrs. Charles Boch
tel and son, 7, in Eel river, and was
then drowned himself.
Cincinnati. Tenth funeral of
motorcycle disaster at Lagoon Park
Terre Haute, Ind. Angered by
Gov. Ralston's refusal to act, 20 citi
zens as vigilance committee forcibly
closed notorious roadhouses.
Rock Island, III. Andrew Nelson,
38, died of knife wounds in fight with
Wm. Deters. Both worked in ware
house. Joliet, N. D. Auto ran off ferry
into Red River. Mrs. J. Johnson arid
son, 12, and R, A. Stewart and
Springfield, III. Primary petition
of CoL C. C. Craig for Supreme Court
to succeed Judge Hand filed.
Springfield, III. Gov. Dunne ap
pointed F. I. Provost, Chicago, .mem
ber state pharmacy board; also Miss
Helen Bennett, clerk of South Side
employment office, Chicago.
Washington. Former Gov. Lind,
Minnesota, named by president to go
to Mexico as adviser to American em
bassy during Mexican situation.
Can't appoint ambassador without
recognizing Huerta, so Lind goes as
president's personal representative.
Will try mediation.
Paris. Dr. Toulouse, Villejuif
Asylum, says he cured incipient in
sanity by subcutaneous injections of
Baltimore. An 80-foot whale lift
ed sea-going tug out of water,
dropped it and swam alongside,
spouting water on crew.
New York. Margaret Wright, 33,,
found guilty of making books on Bel
mont Park races. On probation until
Sept 25. If arrested again goes to'
Rome. Sig. Cervasco, aviator,.