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, mtfst answer to the AinerjicAn popk
for the crimevof Ludlow !i
&a Q Middletown, Cat. Possee of 50
' j W1 men surrounded canon five miles
& south of here where it is believed
JJ. ' three bandits who killed Sam Harris
are trapped. Believed men were
: K miners,
i,' Concord, N. H. William Travers
Jerome, special attorney for New
York state in Thaw case, to present
appeal this afternoon from decision
which was. favorable" to Thaw. Qo.es-
tien of bail will also be- decided.
Pittsburgh. Plans completed for
military funeral for Patrick De Low
rey, Pittsburgh boy among marines
and sailors killed at Vera Cruz.
Pontiac, III. Thirty-eight saloons
in Livingston county out of business
as result of local option elections.
Berlin. Experimental military bal
loon wrecked -near Wuensdorf. Car
ried ho passengers.
Terre Haute, Ind. Mayor Don M.
Roberts, charged, with conspiring to
commit election frauds, was acquitted
by a jury after half an hour of de
liberation. Ofoungstown, 0. Councilman
fiavid Miles dead, James Kennedy In
critfcal condition from injuries sus
tained in auto collision.
London. Prince Alexander" of
Teck appointed to succeed Duke of
Connaught as 'governor general of
Canada. -s. .
Des Moines, la 'To swell funds to
aid girls, boys and poor babfeg during
'summer months, women of city fed
eration X)f clubs Tan street cars yes
Springfield, III. PJans- madtf for
immediate, establishment o'f second
state convict road labor, camp -of year
Bessemer, Mich. Fred Swanson
instantly killed when, autor rolled over
at sharp curve, S others badly in
jured. Janesville Wis. Authorities are
&arbnfng,-f6r thfevee'wko havtwetf
breaking into doctors' and dentists'
offices to steal "dope,"
. Dallas, Tex- Failing to properly t
adjust patent fire escape which Tub '
was demonstrating caused W. B. Tu-
dor, Ptieblo, to fall 60 feet Dead.
Bfoomington, I1K Harry W. Ma
son, banker an dleader in local op-
tioa movement, swallowed wdod -alcohol.
Port Huron, Mich- Fire damaged
plant of Port Huron Lumber Co. to
extent of $30,000. Fireman Nelson
St, Paul, Minn Will of late Fred
erick Weyhaeuser, known as "lumber
king," probated. Estimated personal
holdings valued at $875,000.
Washingtohc Favorable report on
a Senate bill authorizing an addition
al federal judge for the southern dis
trict of California made by Heuset
judiciary committee. i
Terre Haute, Ind- Walkout of 20,
000 'miners in Indiana threatened
when strenuous objections arose to
compromise agreement suggested by
joint committee of miners and oper
ators. St Peferaburgh. All human terri-'
perature records broken hy giri ty- '
phus patient at Kieff. Mercury reach
ed 131 degrees F.
Paris. A Lyons laborer, having '
wagered bottle of wine lie would com- '
mit murder, stabbed fellow workman
to death, drank wine and escaped.
. Washington. House adopted Hef- ""
In resolution setting aside May 2
each year as "Mothers' Day" and a-
thonzingpresidentto issue' prockma- "
tion calling for display of Americas!
San Francisco. -Maury Diggs a--quitted
of charge of criminally as
'vaulting Ida May Pearling. Diggs w,m
convicted last rail of violating Mass
white slave act
Washington. Sidney B. Harrison,
33, cnargea witn emoezzung sz4,oo M
from N. L. Carpenter & Co., arrest&i
after ptilice had chased him. katf
around the continent
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