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Glinnan, accused of accepting bribe.,
stopped trial by charging that jury
commissioners had entered into con
spiracy to draw jury prejudiced to
Saginaw, Mich. Rural mail car
riers want salaries increased to $1,
200 a year, with allowance of $300
for each horse.
Washington, Pa. Chess Young,
Mononghela City, killed, and his
three guests badly injured, when
Young's auto struck rut in Monong
hela Pike and plunged over embank
ment. Kalamazoo, Mich. Juvenile court
ordered Burr Chapelle, shot by his
wife Sunday because he would not
tell whereabouts of their two chil
dren, to bring children into court by
New York. Marse Henry Watter
son today vehemently declared that
he had. "no personal relations with
President Wilson," but admitted that
Wilson had licked the Democratic
politicians in Washington to. a pulp
and was handling his end of the gov
ernment with success.
Baltimore. Margaret Smith, 10,
niece of Mrs. Honore Palmer, critical
ly ill at University of Maryland Hos
pital. Washington. Secretary of War
Garrison today explained he sus
pended army regulation requiring
chief of staff to resign on inaugura
tion of new president so Major Gen
eral Wood could continue in office.
New York. Fred Ford, Brisbane,
Australia, stowed away in ventilator
of liner Majestic; so cut off air sup
ply that he caused death of Coal
Trimmer Robert Snow and was dis
covered. Pierre, S. D. Otto Everhardt,
young bachelor homesteader, arrived
at home of neighbor here clad chiefly
in his skin. Tornado blew home and
all his clothes away.
Denver, Col. Dr. J. D. Gibson, X
ray expert, says he can cure tuber
culosis by use of the X-ray.
Mineola, N, Y, -Two men killed,
four injured, when auto was strosic
by Long Island railroad train at
St. Louis, Quarterly meeting of
Southwestern Passenger Association
decided to stop sale of mileage books
with introduction of the 2-cent fare.
Washington. John R. Early, oyer
whom' doctors have quarreled, some
saying he was a leper and some de
nying it, has become insane from his
New York. This is fiftieth anni
versary of New York draft riots, in
which more than 100 citizens were
Washington. "Nick Carter," hero
of yellowbacks, has horned into . Su
preme Court. St. Louis movie com
pany wanted to use him in moviefe;
New York publishers objected; Su
preme Court must decide.
London, O. Only fourteen veter
ans of Mexican war proved able to
attend annual encampment here.
Majority of them are blind, deaf and
St. Paul, Minn. Theodore Lange,
27, was introduced to Harriet Bell
amy, 19, at picnic four days ago.
Montclair, N. J. With mushrooms
selling at $1 a pound, Mrs. M. Has
tings wasn't taking chances of brush
fire spreading to her beds; turned In
fire alarm to three towns. Farm
hands put out the brush fire with
pails of water.
Rome, Italy. Yesterday was cold
est July day in Italy since 1313;
greater part of crop destroyed.
Paterson, N. J. Elizabeth Gurley
Plynn made her first speech here
since jury which tried her for incit
ing to riot failed to agree; she is to
be tried again.
St. Louis. Bell Telephone Trust
has issued "final call" -to striking
girls to return to work. Manager
Hiss of the company says girls who
do not return today will be dropped
Munich. Learned today that ship
loaded with arms, ammunition and