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oner. Worried so much" abo,ut it
that he went insane.
Jojiet, 111. 10 persons hurt, 2
probably fatally, in panic that fol
lowed blowing out of fuse on
Laporte.'Ind. Attorney noti
fied Gus Pdchach he would sue
unless he settled note. Pachach
ended life by poison. f
Washington. Chairman Stan
ley, steel investigating commit
tee, has asked House to set aside
Thursday and Friday for special
sessions. at which committee re
port will be reaT Lauded Champ
Clark for his aid.
London. Chas. Harvey, sec'y
of- New York Sta'te Athletic
Ass'n, said that boxing would be
feature of Olympic games at Ber
lin next year.
Slew York. Charles D. Hilles,
chairman of Republican national
convention, thinks he has started
something by wanting Wilson to
declare himself on negro ques
tion. Montgomery, Mo'. C h-a m p
Clark renominated for congress
from this district 9th time he has
been nominated without opposi
tion in his own party.'
Prosecuting Atty. Cole nomi
nated by Republicans to oppose
Indianapolis, Ind. Republican
state convention nominated Ex
Governor Winfield Durbin, An
derson, as candidate for governor.
Trenton, N. J. Rolla Wells,
former mayor of St. LoUis, ap
pointed treasurer of Democratic
national committee by Gov. Wilson.
Washington. Majority report
will "probably favor exonerating
"Tama Jim" Wilson, secy. of ag
riculture, from any blame in con
nection with "Everglades scan
dal." New York. Robber choked
Gladys Corbett, salesgirl in store
in busiest street in Harlem, into
unconsciousness and took $8.50
from cash register.
New Bfork. Samuel Siegel
bathed, shaved; polished shoes,
brushed his clothing and then
hanged himself in .kitchen of
London. Trying to get C. E.
Hobh6use to resign from cabinet
because it is charged that in pub
lic address he said suffragrettes
would do nothing until they be
gan burning houses.
Mary Leigh, charged with
throwing hatchet that narrowly
missed Premier Asquith and
slightly hurt John Redmond, was
placed on trial in London today.
New Orleans. "Parson" Da
vies, noted sporting man and box
ing promoter of New Orleans, is.
seriously ill here and is "broke."
James J. Corbett is head oi
movement to collect funds to
send Davies back to his old home
Toledo, O. Mayor Brarid
Whitloclbhas received telegram
from Judge Ben Lindsey asking
him to hurry to Chicago.
Rumored that Whitlock might
head third party in Ohio; also
that it is possible he may be nom
inated for vice president on Bull
New York. Betting .here has