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EVERYWHERE JEWS IN TABLOID FORM 1
Tokio. Francisco de la Barra sent
to Japan as special envoy by Gen.
Iluerta, reecived as nation's guest.
Boston. Prof. Bruce Wyman,
ab public service law expert at Harvard,
resigned when admission that he re
ceived $10,000 as legal expert for
New Haven Railroad caused criti
cism. Manila. W. H. Phipps, retiring
auditor of-Phillipine commission, is
sued pamphlet in which he charged
Dean C. Worcester of commission
with failure to enforce Phillipine ant-slavery
law in non-Christian pro
vinces. Boston. Eligible societ ymen so
scarce here that J. Jefferson Rich
ards, dancing master, hdt hit upon
plan of "renting out" Harvard stu
dents for fashionable dances.
El Paso, Tex. No more looting or
confiscation of property in Chihua
hua according to announcement by
Washington. Pres. Wilson will
map out part of his anti-trust mes
sage while resting at Pass Christian.
Franklin, Pa.' Oscar Johnson ate
fried oysters, whole grapefruit, seven
slices bread, dish slaw, cheese sand
wich, two plates beans, three pints
milk, whole pie, then wanted an ordi
Rome. Vatican authorities agi
tated over inability to find will of late
Cardinal Rampolla, mysteriously
missing since cardinal's death.
Washington. National tubercu
jA losis sanitarium for Indians one of
" recommendations of committee re
port to senate: j
Grand Junction, Col. Robt. L.
Hughest, 45, insurance man, selected
coflin in undertaking establishment
Westerly, R. I. Horace Vose, 73,
who has supplied turkeys to presi
dents since Gen. Grant's administra
Washington. Number of marines
fn Hawaii. Philinnines, Guantanamo '
and Panama Canal will be reduced
to force sufficient only to guard prop
erty under control of navy dept.
amendment forbidding polygamy in
troduced by Sen. Weeks of Mass.
Washington. Bill prohibiting
manufacture of smoking opium in
U. S. and another increasing' strin
gency of measure prohibiting impor
tation of opium passed by Senate.
Boston. Barnard "Poco" Bennett,
Harvard's famous money lender,
Toms River, N. J. Wm. J. Leehan
acquitted on charge of murdering
Mrs. Caroline Turner, whose body
was found in woods over year ago.
Los Angeles, Cal. Indictment of
year's standing charging Clarence S.
Darrow with bribing Robt. Bain,
prospective juror in McNamara mur
der trial, dropped.
London. Large unoccupied coun
try house burned at Bath. Suffragets
London. One man killed, several
firemen seriously injured and many
residents had narrow escapes in fire
which gutted Park Mansions, where
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst formerly
lived. Cause unknown.
New York. Miss Ella North, 55,
rich, found dead surrounded by
Denver. Morals commission abol
ished. $1,200 year too much to spend.
New York. Several women sur
prised at having aigrettes, seized at
New York, returned by U. S. treas
ury. East St. Louis, III After playing
penochle for 21 hours, jury disagreed
on case of M. M. Gaularak, dairyman,
charged with violating milk ordi
nance. London. 4,800 asked permission
to accompany J. Foster Stackhouse's
East St. Louis, III. Louis Menges,
saloonkeeper, possible candidate for
sheriff of St Clair Co., and Jos. Von-