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Crossing. Buffalo, N. Y. At fourth interna tional congress on school hygiene Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, supt. of Chi cago schools, opposed use of term "sex hygiene" and advocated substi tution of "personal purity." San Francisco. Voted to build and operate series of street railway hnes to help furnish transportation to Panama - Pacific Exposition grounds. $3,500,000 bonds will be is sued for purpose. New York. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieberman, Chicago, passengers on steamship Rhein, charged with smuggling. Washington. William J. McDon aid, Progressive, 12th Michigan Dls trict, seated in place of H. Olin Young. New York. 50-ton statue of Verdi, gift to San Francisco from Italian- American citizens, arrived on Eu ropa. Statue black and red marble. New Orleans. With crew of 19 starving and vessel sinking, Arthur H. Brooks is 300 miles off coast of Pensacola, Fla. Washington'. Appropriation of $125,000 for federal building at Han cock, Mich., proposed by Senator Townsend. WILL TEDDY CAPTURE 'EM? Old-time political bosses are dis mayed over the announcement that three of the suffragists who exert a particular influence over the army of women voters have agreed to speak at the big Progressive party picnic at Riverside Park next Saturday. The women are: Mrs. Grace Wil bur Trout, Mrs. Sherman K. Booth and Mrs. Antoinnette Funk. The old standpatters are beginning to fear' that probably Theodore Roosevelt and his party may capture the feminine vote after all. Several other prominent women will take part in the picnic. Accord ing to the announcement sent out by the press department, it will be the first political jubilee in which wo men have participated. The speakers will be.Ald. Chas. E. Merriam, James R. Garfield, Ohio; Henry J. Allen, Kansas, and Sen. Frank H. Funk. MULHALL WANTED TO . TELL ABOUT ENTERTAINING LADIES Washington, Aug. 26. Under cross examination of McDermott's counsel, Attorney Easby-Smith, Mul hall became so enraged that he kept the house lobby investigating com mittee's hearing in an uproar." Mul hall insisted on telling about ladie3 whom he alleged McDermott ecler tained. "This committee is not going to be a sewer for all this filth," Garrett declared. "It is not necessary for the public good and will only bring sor row to innocent people." State Senator Neils Juul of Illinois, Republican candidate for Congress against Congressman Frank Buchan an in 1912, admitted that James A. Emery, counsel for the National Ass'n of Manufacturers, contributed the $500 toward his campaign ex penses, as disclosed in the Mulhall hearing. "I received the money from Mr. Emery, who told me it came from friends," said Senator Juul. o o Old Gent I suppose you are asked a great many foolish questions, porter? Porter Yes, sir;.your's is about the thirtieth I've been asked today.