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Mount Carmel, N. Y. Witll excep
tion of few house furnishings and
personal effects which will go to hus
band, $1,000,000 estate of late Mrs.
Stuyvesant Fish begueathed to chil
dren. Washington. Fair weather for 4th
of July promised for every section of
country except Oregon.
Evansville, Ind. Admitting that he
spanked his daughter, 16, for going
out at night with a "beau," Frank
Otte was fined in city court.
Pittsburgh. Allies in market for
50,000 artificial legs Pittsburgh for
eign trade commission negotiating
f o.J order.
(Spokane, Wash. 312-cent fare
aytos operating in streets here. Tick
ets for 100 rides sold for $3.50.
Rome. Trial of Porter Charlton,
young American charged with mur
der of his bride on shores of Lake
Como, probably postponed until the
autumn term of court.
London. Sir Edward Grey, British
foreign pecretary, has returned from
several weeks' vacation necessitated
by trouble with eyes.
Worcester, Mass. New wage scale
providing for increase of 3 cents an
hour agreed upon after conference
between representatives of Worces
ter Consolidated and Springfield st
railway companies and car men's
San Francisco. Submarine H-3
ashore 5 mDes south of Point Sur.
Several steamers out to her aid.
Murphysboro, III. Ellison Scott,
who shot and killed Mrs. Clara Dal
ton, captured. Had argued over own
ership of pair of socks.
Topeka, aKn. For first time in
Kansas woman will sit with prison
board. Gov. Capper appointed Mrs.
J. M. Miller member of board of cor
rections to succeed W. L. Brown.
Ossining, N. Y. Joseph Ferri paid
with his life in Sing Sing's electric
chair for murder of his brother-in-
following usual custom, remained
away from prison during execution as
protest against capital punishment.
Webb City, Mo. Wm. Abernathy,
brother of Jack Abernathy, Theodore
Roosevelt's famous wolf-catcher,
shot by John Hess in riot of striking
zinc and lead miners in Webb City
Washington. Investigators of al- i.
leged American neutrality violations L
in San Francisco and Chicago or
dered by justice department to do all
possible to locate recruiting officers, (
department being interested in .re
cruits only as witnesses.
Galveston, Tex. 10 negro prison
ers overpowered Keeper Meyer of the
county jail as he came to feed "them;
snatched his gun and escaped. Two
Atlantic, la. Fire destroyed Mikel
elevator building and small frame
buildings adjoining. Loss $30,000.
FRANK MIGHT HAVE BEEN FREE
New York, June 30. Leo M. Frank
might have been a free man today if
his lawyers had asked former Gov.
John M. Slaton for a' pardon, the late
chief executive of Georgia declared
here today. The ex-governor added
that as no such request had been
made he did not feel at liberty to ex
ercise the pardoning power.
White Plains, N. Y. After chasing
him out of the front door twice. Wil
son Fitch Smith, wealthy resident;
had to throw persistent burglar out
of window before he stopped coming
back. ' a,,,
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AN HONEST MASHER '
New York. You are Ih'e first hon
est masher I ever had before me,"
said Magistrate Appleton to Max
Schechter, when he pleaded guilty to
flirting with pretty Mrs, Grace Snyder,
law a year ago. Warden Osborne, I