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id then forgot to lok H agaia,thus
pausing the wreck. " -
The I. C employes- strikebreakers.
since they refused to recogn&e the
rights of their employe sto oianize
hTftwd locked 'them gut ttfo yeans age.
A 'TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
London, Prince, Alexander of
j !feek appointed to ucgeed Duke of
. onnaught as governor general of
' Canada. .
One Mhtnae-, la Tr etaAll funrJ
aH ni1a lintre -tin? riAiK Kohtaa fltitMrv
summer months women of city fed
eration of ctubtf ran street cars year
terday. .. - t
. Springfield lljPIans made for
Immediate establishment of second
state convipfc road labor jCamp of year
at ueecner. . tf
Bessemer. .Mich. Fred Swanson
Instantly killed when auto rolled over
at sharp curve Smothers, badly in
,jJaeviiret Wis. Authorities are
searching for thieve who have been
breaking into doctors' nd dentists'
. oces ta steal "dos"
Dallas, Tex. Faijrng to properly
11 ;adjult patent fifce 'escape which he
was demoifetitfting caused W. 8; Tu
" dqr, PueblQ, tolfall 60 feet. Dead.
Bloomington, lit. j-Jarr W. Ma
son banker an leafier In- local op
tion movement swalfewed wood al
Port Huron, Mich. Fife damaged
plant of Port "Huron Lumber Co. to
extent ef $301,008. Fireman. .Nelson
St Paul,Minn. Will of late Fred
erick Weyhaeuser, known, as "lumber
king," probated. Estimated personal
holdings valued at $875,Cf00.
Washington Favorable, report on
3. Sate bill authoring an addition
al jfederal fid tortheeouthehi dis
trict of CaUfQOTC. made by Hoase
Terre Haute, Ihd. Walkout of 20,
00ft mmers in Indiana threatened
when strenuous objections arose to
compromise agreement suggested by
joist oommitte of fiiinsrs and Dfjtr
ators 9t. Petersbtirgh. All huma.n tem
jerature records broken by girl typhus-patient
at Kleff. Mercury reach
ed 131 degrees P.
Paris. A Lyons laborer, having
wagered bottle of wine he would com
mit murder, stabbed fellow workman
to death, drank wine and escaped.
Washington. 'House adopteHef
lin resolution setting aside May 2
Bach year rfs "Mothers Dy" and au
thorizing president to issue proclama
tf on, calling for displayvof American
flag. V j ,
San Franfiiscp. Maury Diggs ac
fitted of charge, of . criminally as
saultingrlda MayPearring. Diggs. was
convicted lasjt, fa of violating Matin
white slave act
Washington. Sidney. B. Harrison,
38, charged with embezzling $24,060
froih N. L. Carpenter & Co., arrested
after police had chased him "half
around, the continent.
KEELEY TO HEAD THE R.-H.XND
THE l.-O. LEAVES TRIM ,
Jim Keeley, boss 0f The Tnbane,
is going to move his throne rfom
Madison and Dearborn streets. He
has become a reguhu king and Aferfe
after. will run a paper of hie own.
Yesterday Keeley wis, announced m
the head of as yndicate that, had
purchased both the Record-Herald
and the Inter-Qcean. The two papers
will be megd.
Keeley, in an-announcement, says
the" new paper will be independent in
Keeley will have more of a chance-.
no" thaa he had on The Trib, where
he hafl, a meteoric career.
Starajag is a police" reporter he be
came bftj boss of the paper, consist
ently teStftg the McCormick family
where they got, oS at when they frt&l
to hitetfear with him.
With Keeley in the present venture
fef W. Chaplh, reecntly publisher
of the San Francisco Call and the
Sattte Post-InteiHgencer. '