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and ability to nourish- the flowers
of human loveliness- that spring
from" contentment of mind.
Self preservation is a law for
nature, and many people know
what to preserve themselves in.
DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Federal Judge Hazel, Buffalo,
N. Y., fined Standard Oil com
pany of N. Y., $55,000 for accept
ing rebates. Company found
guilty on 143 counts. Maximum
fine was $2,860,000.
"I'm for Taft as strong as a
man can be.' Postmaster Gen-'
eral Hitchcock. How strong can
a real man be for Taft?
Theodore Roosevelt today wel
comed his first grand-daughter,
Grace Roosevelt, 3" months old,
and said that he was not a candi
date. Manchus today tried to nego
tiate sale of imperial jewels to rer
piClllSll Well cuesi ui cuipiic.
"Premier Yuan Shi TKai is be
lieved to be in imminent danger
of losing his head.'- News' item
James Cleveland, 26, married
only 3 weeks, confessed to police
of Peoria that he and confederate
attacked and robbed J. M.' Gross,
wholesale liquor dealer, Satur
day. He would not name his con
federate. ; C. W. Schneider, Minnesota
farmer, says calf borrt on his farm
has two heads, six legs, two tails
and weighs 76 pounds.
Geo.. Lambert, justice of the
peace, Pelham, N. Y., today filed
petition with department of jus
tice asking that American Tele
phone and Telegraph company be
dissolved because it is a "trust."
I -Kansas, has asked Gov. Stubbs tot
call special session of legislature
to hear impeachment proceedings
against himself and the governor.
Dawson and Stubbs have "been
calling each other names' for some
Governor Herbert S. Hadley,
Missouri, issued statement that
he favors Theodore Roosevelt for
the presidency, today.
Wabash freight crashed into
passenger on Burlington at Hull,
III. One passenger killed, 6 in
jured. Simon B. Eisendrath, wealthy
architect, and his chauffeur, F.-
Heyl, arrested at N. Y. today
charged with Homicide of little
"Buster" Fay. Boy run down by
Eisendrath's auto. Heyl drove'
on. Playmates of "Buster" swore '
to trace auto, and did. '
"Cajptain Carl G. Johnson, of
battleship Indiana, went skating
in Back' Channel of League Jsl
and Navy Yard, Philadelphia
last night. His body has been '
German Socialist party mak
ing gains on reballoting. Ger
man officialdom consequently de
pressed. Charles M. Bobo, Tullahoma,'
Tenn., appeared before dynamite
federal grand jury, Indianapolis.
Bobo is the "mysterious stran
ger" of the dynamite investiga
tion. Blew into federal building".
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