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band's radicals will attempt to over
throw the government.
If the president grants her grace,
he outrages publia.opinion. If he re
fuses executive cleniency, he faces a
colossal scandal. For all Paris knows
that a certain fallen politician who is
determined to protect Mme. Caillaux,
sent muck merchants to America
with orders to bring back a man
thought to be dead or divorced long
ago Mme. Poincare's earlier hus
Marissa, 1. Paul Jones, 14, killed
in struggle with Albert Hamilton, 14,
for possession of rifle. Exploded.
Belleville, III. Paul Liedig, 38, be
came insane because clairvoyant told
him his wife was associated with
Tulsa, Qkla. Holmes Davis, U. S.
enforcement officer, and Edw. Plank,
deputy, shot and killed by Wm. Baber,
Sheyboygan, Wis. Tornado did
about $5,000 damage.
Detroit. Mrs. Helen Candlerk,
hride of 2 months, shot husband and
attempted suicide. Both will recover.
Neighbors caused quarrel.
Philadelphia.' Fred Dennison, Chi
cago, and Freda LaRose, former Los
Angeles, Cal., policeman, charged
with passing bogus checks, arrested.
Columbia S. C. Unidentified man
shot Dr. Jas. H. Mcintosh. Will re
cover. New Ydrk. Keepers at Blackwell
Island suspicious of "hunger strike"
of Becky Edelson, anarchistic speak
er. Think she is eating on the sly.
Meridian, Miss, 3 men killed in
freight wreck on Mobile & Ohio.
Sydney, N. S. W. Interrupting a
wedding, 4 masked men relieved
bridegroom and guests of $8,000.
Syracuse, N. Y. Police searching
for Harry Duff, Cleveland, who dis
New Orleans. Bubonic plague
of Helen Schoell, 12, also a victim,
Madison, Wis. "More than $90,
000,000 is being spent by Japanese
government each year on her navy
while only one-sixth of that amount i
is Bpent on education," according to (j(
S. K. Hornbeck, Univ. of Wis. j
Madison, Wis. Joe Dragnie, Aus
trian slayer of "Big Mike" Jelaca,
workman on Northwestern R. R.,
sentenced to 25 years in prison.
New York. Mrs. Phillip Weissen
born, suing for divorce, said hus
band forced her to eat mince pie
every night. Suit dismissed.
New York. After buying prize
bull for $50,000, John Arfmann had
auto specially built to carry animal
about the country.
London, Industrial accidents in ,
England have increased from 1,260
to 1,309 in last year, according to
factory inspector's report.
Indianapolis. Having wrapped
cat in newspaper, boy, 12, soaked it
with kerosene apd touched a match.
Cat ran through ?hed setting it afire.
Boy escaped. ,
Haverstraw, N. Y. Wm, V. Cleary,
town clerk for 14 years, shot and kill
ed son-in-law of few days. Refuses
to give motive.
New York. 84-mile an hour gale
swept here yesterday, doing consider
able property damage.
Washington. Pres, Wilson with
drew name of Thos. B, Jones as mem
ber of federal reserve board at re
quest of Chicago manufacturers.
Washington. Pres. Wilson indi- ,
cated that "age limit" for appointees
of U. S. supreme bench is 60 years.
Grand Haven, Mich. Fire destroy
ed Grand Trunk R. R: elevator and
200 feet of warehouse, Loss $50,000.
St. Louis. Rev. Phillip Q. Carlin,
Methodist evangelist who disappear
ed in 1912 while conducting revivals
at Lebanon, 111., found selling news
papery on street corner here.
Indianapolis. 3 policemen injured,
1 seriously, when-emergenoyjnaghine
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