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Washington. Taft says he
will veto budget appropriation
, bill unless provision for continua-
tioYi of commerce court is made.
Also stirred up over attempt to
oust Maj. Gen. Wood.
Evansville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Leighton W. Hazelhurst, parents
of Lieut. Hazelhurst, killed by
fall of aeroplane at College Park,
Md , left here for Washington to
Havana. Gen. Monteagude
has extended time when negroes
may surrender and receive gov
ernment's pardon to June 22.
Bordeaux. Seamen at this port
accepted ship-owners' terms and
returned to work. Strike of sev
eral days ended.
New York. Thomas E. Cos
tello, well-known sporting man
and one-time manager of John L.
Sullivan, is dead.
Cleveland, O. John D. Rocke
feller has given $250,000 to medi
cal school, Western Reserve uni
versity. Atlantic City. Young ladies
here have been wearing one black
and one white stocking to adver
tise high school show.
Pittsburg, June 12. Lillian
Russell was married to Alex P.
Moore, editor of the Pittsburg
Leader, at Hotel Schenley, today.
Immediately after the cere
mony the bride left for the east
with the Weber & Fields Co. and
the groom left for the Chicago
Here is Miss Ruscsll's matri-
monial record up to date:
182(5 Married Harry Braham,
musical director, Casino, New
York, where Lillian was a" chorus
1884 Married Edward Solo
mon (Teddy) Solomon, another
Casino director, 4 days after Bra
ham obtained divorce. Solomon
was father of Dorothy Russell.
1894 Married John Chatter
ton, tenor, known as Sig Peru
gini, after divorcing Solomon,
who was arrested for bigamy
charge in London. Divorced
Chatterton in 1898.
1912 Married A. P. Moore. '
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OUTRAGES IN JAIL '
San Diego, Cal., June 12. In
jection of formaldehyde into
crowded jail tanks, continued
beatings, chokings and clubbings
by police officers, frightfu sani
tary conditions and filthy food are
parts of the stories told today by,
fifteen members of the I. W. W.,
who have pleaded guilty to
charges of violating" the street
.speaking ordinance and are out of
the city jail on probation.
Charles Pierce, a young man
who was held in jail for 118 days,
charged 46 men weer thrown into
a cell 16 by 16 feet and kept there
for seven days without blankets.
He said that Michael Hoey, an
elderly man, died from the effects
of a kick by a policeman. The
coroner s jury hushed the matter
The men pleaded guilty be
cause of the fear that smallpox
would break out among them,
pwin to-unsanitafy conditions.
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