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flood sufferers. Nebraska, now at
Baton -Roqge) Lb Aw jgoK
nver as tar as VicksDurgj retrei
will go' to St. Lours.
Senate has passed bill lor reg
v ulatidnof "wireless : teregrapji in
accordance witn terms of Berlin;.
wirefes convention. "
a- -vv-niie Arizona legislature was
ed.office qf Surveyor General, and
shot-and killed Malcolm Gillette,
chief clerk. Then committed sui
cide. -Believed, Gillette-had cheated-him,
in teal estate deal.
Ninth International Red Cross
Conference now in session at
Washington Del&gates. from al
most every -civilized country.
Senatpr-Elihtt RoQt presided at
opening.. Will continue until
Paul Harris, 25r held-at Rush
ville, .Ind., for murder of his
mother, Mrs.'Minnie C. "Harris.
Woman's body found in ruins of
burned; home. Money troubles
between mother and son.
-Poindexter resolution to inves
tigate labor conditions- at Law
rence, Mass. adopted by senate.
The troubles! of. Lawrence,
Mass., are over.; .Supposing the
Senate were to get real busy and
investigate labor conditions- in
Chicago and the Chicago Pub
Oscar Underwood got ' real J
'peeved when He read "a. copy of
Bryan's speech at Ghillicothe,iO.,
in which Bryan charged-that Un.
derwood's delegates from Geor
gia, Alabama and Florida were
really Harmon .men.
Will of John Jacob Aster, who-J
went d$wn With Titanic, offered
forprobale late yesterday- after-
noon. Contents were made pub
lic "some" weeks ago.- """ -
Bill requiring compulsory edu
cation in Alaska has passed the
""Congress has been so degrade
ed in the past .few years that it
must soon become unfaithful to
the people." Senator Cummins
of Iowa, addressing the, "great-t
est deliberative -body in world."
We presume1 Oimmins means
that Congress has been so un-
faithful to th& people in the past
that it soon will become" a habit
too strong for it to break, so that
it will have jto -be unfaithful.
Young Men's -Christian - - asso
ciation, CrawfordsvijUe.iInd., re"
fused $26,000, gift of -Henry Al
frey, millionaire, for erection of
new building,.'because of impbsed
,Party of American tourists1,
vwhorare trying"' 'to climb Aft.
Blackburn, Alaska', which ts 16;
140 feet high, reported t6 De ma
rooned in sriowstorm, "with alt
food supplies exhausted, af an al
titude of 12,000 feef. Party is
headed by Dora Keen, Philadel
phia society girl.-"
' 'o o-
. ,Mrs. Bangs TKe people in, the.
next suite to ours are awfully an
noying, .They pound on the wall
evesyi time our Annie, sings, I
wishweknew of ' someway ta
drive them out o the flat.
Mrs Wangs-rWhy not- have
Annie skeep on singing-? .