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VOLUME 11, NUMBER' 9
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Printers on Chicago daily news
papers went on a strike and -for
several days tho papers were printed
in abbreviated form. They were
ordered back, however, by the inter
national typographical union.
Tho California supreme court has
refused Abo Ruof, tho grafter, a re
hearing, and he must now go to jail.
The republicans of Chicago have
nominated Charles E. Merriam for
mayor. The democratic nominee is
Carter Harrison who defeated For
mer Mayor Dunne in a close race. '
Masked men held up an express
car within the City limits of St.
Louis, socurlng $1,000 in cash.
The Ohio house of representatives
has passed a bill to legalize Sunday
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Joseph G. Robin, the fallen
banker, pleaded builty to an indict
ment charging him with the larceny
of $27,000 from tho Washington
Savings Bank, of which he was for
merly president. Seven indictments
against him remain. He was re
manded to the Tombs until March
27, when ho will bo sentenced.
Dr. Manuel E. Araujo was inaugu
rated president of Salvador.
For every Bible ther will be a
member of the adult Bible classes of
San Francisco to march through the
streets in parade a Gideon Bible in
his hand and at the end of the
parade each marcher will build his
Bible into a gigantic pyramid to be
erected on the platform of the con
vention auditorium, there to stand
as an object lesson while the conven
tion is in session."
A deadlock in the Montana legis
lature was broken by the election to
the United States senate of Henry
L. Myers a democrat. He will suc
ceed Senator Carter, republican.
An Associated Press dispatch from
Danville, Va., says: "Edgar Stipling,
for five years chief of police of Dan
ville under the name of R. E. Norris,
was arrested here today as an
escaped murderer from the Atlanta,
Ga., prison. In 1897 he was tried
for murder, convicted and sentenced
to life imprisonment. He escaped
pending a motion for a new trial.
Stipling confessed his identity when
the requisition papers were read to
him. The arrest and exposure of
the chief of police was made by Se
cret Service Agent J. W. W. Smith
and Deputy City Sergeant W. W.
Boisseau. For the last six years
Stribling has been living here.
Efforts were made several times to
New York senatorial race. Richard
Croker says Murphy is making a
mistake in pushing Sheehan for
Dr. Vasquez Gomez, agent m tho
United States for the" Mexican
revolutionists, declared that unless
the so-called peace .envoys from
President Diaz show proper creden
tials they will be considered as spies
by the insurgents.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad ia said to have dis
charged twenty-five? per cent of the
force on the main line"engaged in
construction, car repairs, round
house work and maintenance of way
in carrying out a retrenchment
policy on account of the rate decision.
The state senate of. Washington
passed a bill making it a misde
meanor for a person under twenty
one years of age to have tobacco
on his person. The effect of the bill
is to repeal the anti-cigarette law.
The Haynes Automobile plant at
Kokomo, Ind., was destroyed by
fire. One hundred automobiles were
burned up. The loss ia estimated at
$750,000 with $240,000 insurance.
trace some shady spot in his past,
Presidential suffrage for women but not an inkling of his prison career
was voted down by the Kansas house. I was brought out. About five years
ago he was elected as a patrolman
The Kansas house of representa
tives defeated a bill providing for
tho selection of delegates to national
conventions at primary elections.
The Missouri state senate adopted
a resolution commending United
States Senators Stone and Warner
for voting against Senator Willam
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The resolution memoralizing con
gress In disapproval of the post
master general's recommendations
for an increase of postage on maga
zines, passed the New York senate.
of the police force and after serving
six months was advanced to chief.
His advancement was due in a great
measure to his cool nerve and fear
lessness, though he was criticised
severely for his almost uncontrol
able temper. The election of a chief
of police for another term was to
have been held tomorrow night, and
it was generally thought Stribling
would be chosen to succeed himself.
He was taken to Georgia."
Count Apponyi, of Hungary, in a
speech at Philadelphia, urged the
cause of universal peace, but de
clared that the time for disarmament
is not yet ripe.
Three thousand persons are dying
daily in the famine district of China.
Governor Plaisted, of Maine, has
signed the resolution submitting to
the people the liquor prohibitory
amendment to the Maine constitu
tion. The amendment will be voted
on in September.
"The""Ofiio legislature has passed a
measure which provides that candi
dates for the judiciary shall be
elected on non-partisan ballots.
The Missouri senate passed a' bill
submitting to the" people at a special
election to be called by Governor
Hadley a proposition to vote $3,000,
000 bonds for rebuilding the burned
Frank G. Bigelow, the former
Milwaukee banker has been released
from the federal prison at Leaven
worth after serving nearly six years.
Deaths from the plague are said
to average 2,000 a dav at PaI
Chaunlintze, about fifty miles north
Mall this eoiinnn tr Aro -rr
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The Washington state senate
adopted a memorial to congress ask
ing that no treaty with a foreign
nation bo ratified unless the foreign
nation consents to permit the holder
of an American passport to travel
through the country regardless of
race, color, sex or religion.
A New York dispatch carried by
the Associated Press savs: "Ona
hundred thousand Bibles have bean
ordered for general distribution by
the Gideons, aB the members of the
Christian traveler association of
America style themselves. The order
Is said to be the largest ever placed
and its forms part of a national plan
to placo a Bible in every hotel bed
room in the country. W. E. Hender-
huu, naxionai secretary of the
Gideons, said that ho had promised
one-fourth of the order for San
S?"!?i8C0 and the Pacific coast,
25,000 Bibles, the largest number
ever shipped at one time, shall reach
San Francisco in time for tho trien
nial convention of tho international
Sunday school associations which will
be held in the latter part of June
Wm. F. Sheehan issued a state
ment refusing to withdraw from the
The Pennsylvania superior court
has affirmed the conviction In the
Douphin county court of Joseph. M.
Huston of Philadelphia, architect of
the Pennsylvania state capitol at
Harrisburg, the last ot the fourteen
men indicted in the scandal to face
a trial court. The Associated Press
says: "Huston was convicted of con
spiracy to defraud the state in con
nection with the furnishings of the
capitol and was sentenced to a term
of not less than six. months nor more
than two years in prison and to pay
a fine of $500. If Huston follows
the other men convicted in the same
case he will take an appeal to the
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