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Los Angeles. William Dudley
Foulke, Richmond, Ind., re-elected
president of National Munici
pal League. Jane Addams,. Chi
cago, elected first vice-president.
New York. "Kid" Shaffer,
young pickpocket, said he follow
ed Roosevelt around becau.se
Colonel drew largest crowds.
Washington. Postoffice dept.
has issued an order that no carrier
need stop at houses where vicious
dogs' are allowed to run free.
Washington. James P. Haw
kins has given up position in
Louisville, Ky., postoffice and an
nounced candidacy for president
of U. S. on Republican ticket.
Headquarters in future will be
Washington asylum hospital.
New York. John W. Russell,
head of Matteawan asylum, de
livered blow to Thaw defense by
saying that if slayer of White
'twere set free he might again com
' mit murden
7 Topeka, Kan. Over 200 em
ployers in Kansas face arrest be
cause they ordered employes to
give up unions under penalty of
Milwaukee. Lillian Brownert,
20,. Chicago, and Charles Chin, 30,
Chinese, obtained marriage li
cense. Kewanee, 111. City council has
passed ordinance forbidding fortune-telling
in any form.
St. Louis. Aviator Korn badly
hurt when he wrecked aeroplane
to avoid striking woman specta
tor. Boston. Ezra F. Bailey, Hol
brook, started on walk to Valpa
raiso, Ind., where he will attend
school. Distance 1,000 miles. Ex
pects to finish Sept. 9.
Boston. Rose Pitonoff, young
swimmer, sailed for England.
Said she would swim English
channel or die in attempt.
Milwaukee. M. Nattsky, Mar
inette, Wis., caused panic on Pere
Marquette steamer when he leap
ed into lake, crying that ship yas
sinking. Drowned. Believed de
mented. Pittsburg. Citizens of Ligon
ier, where big wreck occurred last
Friday, costing 19 lives, investi
gating report that Engineer
Frank McConnaghey, who was
killed, had love trouble and short
time before had cut throat in at
tempt at suicide.
Corning, N. Y. Charles
"Klapproth, saloonkeeper, Elmira,
N. Y., testified that Engineer
William Schroeder, who drove
40 persons to death on Lackawan-
na road, July 4, was so drunk he
could hardly be aroused to make
Trenton, N. J. Samuel Gom-
pers, American Federation of
Labor, after conference with
Wilson, approved of Democratic
Cumberland, Md. Sand Patch
tunnel, 4,000 feet long, B. & O.
railroad, caved in instant after
train had passed through.
Washington. Sen. Smoot has
asked U. S. to get busy over re
port that rebels were planning to
attack Mormon colony at Col
Lisbon. Royalist rebels cap
tured town of Cabeceiras de Bas-to.