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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Jaltimore. Coroner's jury
exonerated from blame and prais-'
ed 'for "his humane actions after
the accident" Samuel R. Vickers,
who ran down and killed man in
a!iuto. Vickers is a capitalist.
'Washington. Doc Wiley, of
pur& food fame, is suffering from
attack of grippe. Expected to be
airright in day or so.
Moundsville, W. Va. Edw.
Hfnkle, prisoner in state peniten
tiary here for 5 years, is charged
with stealing goods worth $5,000.
Worked as "trustee" in pen. ship
ping office, and sent stuff to
Pittsburg. Borough council
of'Oakmont passed resolutions
"prohibiting persons from ap
pearing on the streets, at fetes,
festivals and entertainments,
nude, semi-nude, or in abbreviat
Now what, think you, has been
going on in Oakmont?
Seattle. Mayor George F.
Cotteril today vetoed the anti-red
fjag ordinance directed at Social
ists. " New York. "Lady Betty
Faulkner," otherwise known as
Mrs. Betty Chapman Pierce, will
take unto herself a third oil man
tonight Clarence Henderson, of
Standard Oil Co. "Lady Betty's"
first hubby was T. Irvin Chap
man, Standard Oil official; her
secqnd, Roy E. Pierce, also an oil
Rome. Pope Pius suffered
sfight.fainting-spell while driving
in -Vatican gaidens. Has recov
ered. , -.-
Castellon de la Plana, Spajn.
103 persons, mostly women and
children, were burned to death in
fire which destroyed "moving pic
ture theater a Villa Real, this
province. 100 badly injured in
Atlantic City, N. J. "Roose
velt is trying to arouse the discon
tented against the more fortu-.
nate." Taft in speech here.
Roosevelt doesn't need to.
Some of the plain people, whom
Taft calls "th.6 discontented," are
getting pretty well aroused all by
Princeaon, N. J. "No man17
ever had a better time than I as"
president; nor since I've left the3
presidency." R o o s e v e 1 1 t'o "'
Pekin, China. Chinese seized
Russian steamer on Shanghai
river and confiscated cargo of
One hundred million Chinese"
are starving. You cannot blame"
them much if they seize wheat1'
their "merchant princes" are try-11
ing-to export for profit. "
Belojt, Wis. Gordon Single
tarry, 10, chased cap across street "
Auto driven by T. W. Morgan'
Chicago, going too fast to stop.,c
Cairo, I1L Interurban cars rurJ A
between Cairo and Mounds today
for first time since . breaking of 2
levees in March. rg
Kansas City. Morris Condory
man who has mania for following
Mrs. Jack Cudahy around the"
country, sentenced to 1 year in
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