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Loeffler ct., fined $200 and costs.
Carelessness and ignorance cause
of many deaths, says Coroner Hoff
man. More killed by falling off back
porch than on. public highways.
Rosehill Cemetery officials called
dishonest. Stockholders demand re
ceivership. Claim funds were jug
gled. Policeman Joseph Carney refused
to testify at slush fund trial. Jailed.
Changed mind. Several policemen
admit collecting money.
Unrestricted marriage gateway to
degeneracy, says Judge Goodnow.
Urges uniform marriage laws and
Nurses and welfare stations busy
teaching mothers how to savebabies.
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THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, June 23. Mexico's
internal affairs are now expected to
be settled by Mexicans. Constitu
tional representatives believe the un
official conferences to be held be
tween the Huerista commissioners
and the delegation designated by
Carranza can agree on a plan of pro
visional government for Mexico that
will prove acceptable to all sides.
Delay of several days until Car
ranzaista representatives can reach
Niagara Falls is inevitable. Mean
while this government will maintain
its present policy of hopeful waiting.
Chihuahua. Gen. Villa still re
fuses to permit Serabio Aguirre,
Carranza's treasurer-general and
ex-chief of Juarez information
bureau, to return to Juarez, though
Carranza's personal representatives
made the request. The men are un
TROUBLE MAY RESULT
Vera Cruz, June 23. Friction be
tween outposts of American forces
and Mexican command which holds
the passes toward Mexico City be
came acttte today when effort was
made to learn something of fate of a
missing American marine who dis-i
appeared off post. The American,
outposts have shouted questions
across the lines believing that this
marine, whose name the command
ing officers refuse, may have been
killed, but all they get is jeers.
MRS. LLOYD-GEORGE IDOLIZED
AS WIFE OF NEXT PREMIER
London, England. Next to Queen
Mary herself, the most popular and
most sought after woman in Eng--land
is Mrs. David Lloyd-George, wife
of the chancellor of the exchequer.
Modest and motherly, Mrs. Lloyd-'
George is not at all an aggressive so
cial leader, but she is the wife of the
man who almost certainly will be the
next premier. Englishwomen, count
ing firmly on this, are assiduously
cultivating her society.
Paris advices state that the Ger
man princess married ex-King Man
uel to supply qualities lacking in his
character. Too tough a job for the
lady, and now they're talking divorce.