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Rome General labor strike or
dered as result . of strike In Milan
took effect today, but movement not
as great as anarchists had hoped
Indianapolis, Ind. D. M. Parry,
ex-pres. Manufacturers'. Association,
says N. A. M. "has done nothing it
snould not have done and will con
tinue its work in the future as it has
in past regardless of Mulhall accusa
Berlin. August Bebel, head of So.
cialist party in Germany,, dead.
Paris. Armand Derprdussin, the
plunging" maker or aeroplanes who
owes $10,0.00,000 and was recently
arrested charged with fraud, declared
Sedalia, Mo. Half block of frame
structures in business section de
stroyed by fire. Loss $10,000.
Minot, N. D. With the beginning
of the trial of Arthur Leseaur, former
commissioner, and Dewey Dorman,
one of present commissioners, feeling
among Industrial workers of World
is running high, increased by action
of sheriff and a posse who drove 59
encamped industrialists nine miles
west to Burlington railroad. There
are now 79 men in jail as a result of
Indianapolis. Trouble brewing
over firing of five trainmen of Terre
Haute, Indianapolis Sc Eastern Trac
tion lines for union activity. Organ
izers been busy months lining up
trainmen. Demands ' forestalled by
company granting small wage in
crease June 1, but men want more.
Demand thirty cents an hour, nine
hour day and better working condi
tions. Dayton, O. Dayton adopted home
rule. By13,217 to 6,042 city adopt
ed business management plan of gov
ernment. Berlin. August Ferdinand Bebel,
the "Red Napoleon," died today, aged
73. Has been for years acknowledg
ed and beloved head of German So
cialist movement, with a voting
strength of 1,250,000. Began life as
poor carpenter." Great fortune came
to him tfirough bequests. Leader in
Washington. Sen. LaFollette said
in senate average cost of production
of wheat in U. S. not much different
from in Canada. Asked for six-cent
tariff because cost in Western Can
ada is six cents less than in North
Washington. House foreign af
fairs committee will have session
with President Wilson to get posted
on Mexican situation.
Milwaukee. American Federation
of Catholic Societies adjourned to
aay. World federation of Catholics
recommended and teaching of sex
hygiene in public schools denounced;
also immoral danecs.
Springfield, Mo. Board of Edu
cation to abolish high school frater
nities due to circumstances surround
ing death of Meta Zook.
Lincoln, III. F. R. Mitchell ar
rested, charged with passing worth
less checks on several saloonkeepers.
Yonkers, N. Y.- Wm. Colbert
dropped dead when he looked in mir
ror and saw his face black instead
of white. Joker had blackened it
with shoe polish.
New Rochelle, N. Y. Miss Mor-
etta Mandeville put the slit in her
skirt to practical purposes by ripping
it further and swimming to shore
when she fell out of canoe.
Pittsburgh, Pa. Police found
$20,000 sewed in lining of coat of J.
NK. Scott, 90; arrested for vagrancy.
I - a A . a I r i i
urana Kapias, mien, tviaaeune
Sullivan, Chicago, and Buford V.
Mott, St. Louis, married in twenty
minute stop-over of train.
Gary, Ind.. Having won prize as
cleanest boy In town, Andy Hatrack
Was found wallowing' in half-filled
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas has heat
record of over 100 degrees for past
Milwaukee, Wis. 150 old soldiers
and employes at Soldiers' Home at-