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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND GABLE
Madison, Wis. Mrs. Hrman Soratz
and E. E. Parker burned when gaso
line stove exploded. Will recover.
Tarrytown, N. Y. Twelve "free
speech" prisoners released on bond.
Trial June 12. " - -
Toledo, O. W. S. Currier, govern
ment weather forecaster, first heat
victim; 92 degrees yesterday.
Detroit. Edwin von Walden, Cin
cinnati youth, sentenced to serve not
less than 5, nor more than 10 years,
in Michigan reformatory. Held" up
night clerk Hotel Metropole.
Washington. Conviction Interna
tional Harvester Co. of violating Ken
tucky anti-trust laws and fines of $5,
000 each reversed by Supreme Court.
Ottumwa, la. Hiram Davis, Com
petine, jumping from moving auto.
Bloomington, III. Geo. Maloney,
38, went to sleep on 3d story window
sill; fell; dead.
Minneapolis. Two masked, armed
bandits boarded car. Beat Clarence
Olson, bank messenger. Took $500.
Quincy, III. Ray Pfanschmidt, con
victed quadruple murderer, will have
ne wtrial at Macomb in September.
Washington. Conviction of Allen
Botsford, Cincinnati, editor of society
paper, the Owl, and sentence of 27
months in Leavenworth pen on the
charge of mailing jobscene matter
confirem by Supreme Court
Glidden, la. Farmers' Bank, cap
ital $50,000, deposits $115,000, closed
following threatened run.
Meridian, Miss. Three men fatally
hurt. Boiler in Meridian Electric
Washington. Minority Leader
Mann charged Rep. Rainey of 111. on
floor of House of being "advertising
agent of beef barons."
Washingtqn. John resolution ask
ing Pres. Wilson to appoint com
mission of five specialists to settle
Colorado coal strike introduced in
Congress by Rep. Keating and Sen.
Owen. Report asked Dec. 1, 1914.
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New York. Oie death, score of
prostrations result heat yesterday.
Washington Supreme authority
of Congress over interstate com
merce, and, if necessary to protect
that commerce from unjust discrim
ination, even over strictly interstate
commerce, declared in decision of Supreme-
Court in Shreveport rate case.
Madrid, Spain. Theodore Roose
velt, ex-president U. S arrived here
New York. Two boys caught in
Madison Square Garden pleaded so
pitifully they were released. Later
ropes showed how $2,000 jewelry had
been stolen through roof.
Washington. Supreme Court sus
tained Missouri ouster of Harvester
Independence, la. Jed Lake, 84,
prominent politician and lawyer,
Independence, la. Rex Shrined,
Manchester, la. Mrs; Archie Legg,
30, dead, husband injured. Runaway
team struck their auto.
Ottumwa, la. Searchers trying to
locate body of John Bell, shot firer at
Maple Mines, drowned while fishing.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, June 9. Carranza's
reply to the invitation to participate
in mediation is expected to be sent to
the A. B. C. envoys today. Constitu
tionalist representatives here admit
that it accepts the invitation "on his
own terms," and they wonder wheth
er the reply will be satisfactory to
Declares everything is now ready
for the drafting of the protocol. U. S.
commissioners have communicated a
counter proposal to the mediators,
which differs in several respects from
the draft approved by Huerta, but the
points of difference are not believed
to be such that as to present any in
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