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St. Louis. Executive committee of
lead miners of St. Francois bounty,
Mo., meet to consider operators' of
fer of 15-cent raise. Men-demanded
50-cent raise and recognitio nof
I union. Operators Bay won't recog
" nize unions and expect 15cent raise
will break strike.
Indianapolis. Trolley magnates
picketed last night's meeting of
union organizer of interurban train
men. But union men slid down a
rope in rear of meeting place at mid
night and were not recognized by
operators' spies. Road managers try-
ing to discourage organization of
trainmen and won't recognize union.
St. Paul. Dangefaf strike of all
machinists and helpers on Great
Northern and Northern Pacific be
lieved over. Men offered increase of
one cent an hour and other conces
sibns. Milwaukee, Wis. Bert Bugger
man, Denver motorcycle speed mar
, vel, injured in accident at motor
drome. Washington. Government seized
- consignment of orangeade. Claim it
is solution of invert sugar and tar
taric acid, artificially colored.
Columbia, S. C. Gov. Bease prais
ed mob that lynched negro accused
of attacking white girl.
Binghamton, N. Y. Gen. Edward
P. Jones of Civil War fame and au
thor of "Jones, he pays the freight,"
Frankfort, Ky. Reported loss to
Wm ceed $30,000,000. 1
" New York. Bath taken on Hop
high tower In starlight said to pro
duce "star-shine" complexions.
Albany, N. Y. Drs. Abrahams,
Jacob! and MacDonald summoned
here from New York to attend Mrs.
Gov. Sulzer. Say her condition se
rious. Gov. Sulzer anxious about his
wife. Has accepted service m im
peachment proceedings. Insists that
he is still governor.
Albany, N. Y. Gov. Sulzef got big
floral horslshoe today, marked:
"Fro mthe People." It said: "Our
Governor, Stand Firm. The People
Believe in You. The Attempt to
Overthrow the Head of the Govern
ment Is Treason."
St. Paul. New York manufacturer
wrote clubwomen he is through mak
ing slit skirts; convinced they are im
modest Washington. Police searching for
thief who stole 10,000 packages of
gum from a freight station. Believe
he is chewing gum fiend.
Pittsburgh, Pa. "For goodriess
sake, give me water," cried Frank
Labelle, Detroit "deaf mute," an hour
after his arrest for peddling.
Indiana, Pa. Brindle bulldog
saved Mary Conrad from assault by
a big negro while she was picking
Indianapolis. Pet poodle killed.
Mrs. Himah Barrett, 72, dropped dead
- London: Youths are cultivating
beards because fall-autumn brown
derbies are considered unsuitable for
Paris. A "super" at the Comedie
Francalse who failed to appear re
ceived letter from M.' Jules Claretle,
famous manager of playhouse, fining
him 40 cents. Sold the letter for 50
New York. Sheriff Harburger re
fused to name Frances Aymar Math
ews a deputy. Learned she is "mere
ly a woman and a Miss at that,"
New York. Because he objected
to paying alimony, G. Lester Pink
ham had his salary cut to spite his
Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. Joseph
Kerney gave jewel case with $3,000
worth of diamonds to son, 4, to play
with. He sold them for 25 cents to
Boston, Mass. John J. Smith,
who has wooden leg, used it for years
as cocaine storehouse.. Discovered.
New Britain, Conn. Manufacture
ing plant placed ban on silt and