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Italian composer, denied that he had eloped with chorus girl. Say that he went to Switzerland with eldest daughter to finish score of new opera. Augusta, Ga. Gov. Blease, South Carolina, charged with grafting on evidence furnished by Detective Reed, Burns agency. Alleged that governor sold pardons to prisoners. Attorney Thomas E. Felder, his old-time enemy, is behind movement. Los Angeles. Gov. Johnson has received petitions to stop, prize fighting and restore racing in California. Washington. New pure food decision will bar importation of absinthe and its sale in interstate commerce after October 1. Sea Girt, N. J. Charles R. Chane, Chicago, and Charles Van Hise, president University of Wisconsin, ardent LaFolIette men, will visit Gov. Wilson this afterncfon and may agree to sup port him. Cheyenne, Wyo. 30 persons injured when windstorm blew down main tent of Yankee Robin son circus. London. Infernal machine placed in office of Home Secre tary McKenna. Secretary blam ed the suffragettes. Washington. W. C. Sullivan, local attorney, has suggested to Sen: Dixon that Roosevelt's new party be called the "Theocrazy." Stanton, Wis. Robbers broke into postoffice and stole stamps. Unable to get to inner vault of safe. Los Angeles. Two reporters on Los Angeles papers gave strong testimony in favor of Clar ence Darrow. Los Angeles. National Mu nicipal League convention closed with discussion of new charter of j. City of Los Angeles. '. Quincy, 111. Christian En- j deavor adopted resolutions i against Sen. Lorimer holding seat. Paris. Mascagni, Italian com poser, who is said to hav6 eloped with chorus girl, arrived here Monday, accompanied by man. No woman was with him. He-left again Wednesday. Zurish, Switzerland. 24-hour strike by laborers in every line'of work may be prolonged. Men kicking about admission to country of workingmen of doubtful character. St. Paul, Minn. Alma Freyer, 22, and Mary Bergban, 5, killed by collpase of barn during rain and wind storm. Salem, Mass., Wm. A. Dorr, charged with murder of Geo. E. Marsh, soap merchant, pleaded not guilty before Superior court Pittsburgh, Pa. When B. & O. freight train arrived here it Was discovered that during run Fireman Callahan had fallen into tank and been scalded to death. Hasting, Minn. W. H. Mow ry, 33, shot and probably fatally wounded wife.and her sister, Mrs. J. E. Brown, and killed himself by . cutting throat. Crazed by drink. New York. Rioting occurred in connection with seamen's, .-.--i.-jyi i:iizjii.