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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WlRE AND.CABLE
One Yurann declared that
Roosevelt had told him he would
run if called upon. "Mr. Yurann
is a total stranger although I
have a vague recollection of his
having called once before."
Seven men held at Pawnee, HI.,
.pending investigation' into death
-of Marshall Barnes, 39. Body
found in Fogle Hall. Death caus
ed by blow on head.
- Superior and Janesvllle, Wis.,
yesterday voted to abolish alder
nianic and establish commission
cform of municipal gpvernment.
Fred Dubois, of Idaho, who af
'ter retiring from the senate for
the senate's good, became lobby
ist for wool interests, boosting
Champ Clark for Democratic
Heaven save a presidential can
didate from his friends!
John Mattson spent 7 years im
'proving and developing 160 acres
homestead land in Minnesota.
'Yesterday he discovered land be
longed to state school fund.
Governor Stubbs, Kansas, has
written to" Roosevelt saying that
'Kansas wants Teddy to get Re
"Fear not the big policeman
with the brass buttons for lo I
am with thee." Text chosen by
convict evangelist, who preached
His sermon while working with
chain gang on streets, Oklahoma
Senator Culberson; Tex., has
joined band of hope which has
been trying tofind out where all
-the money" spent for Republican
campaign of 1904 came from, and
how it was spent.
Ed Konetchy, first 'baseman
for St. Louis Cardinals, has re
ceived Blank Hand demand for
$3,000. Ed says there's no chance.
Sen. Ben Tillman, S. C, says
Harvey-Watterson attack on
Woodrow Wilson will hurt Har
vey and Watterson and vboost
The Tribune has discovered,
another "crisis" in the Lorimer
Women crusaders hccve pur
chased entire stock of cigarettes
in stores in New Wilmington,
Pa., on condition no-more are sold
in town. They say they want
to stop cigarette smoking."
- "Bathhouse John" Coughlin
has been discovered in new role
protector of cabmen, engaged in
"business' of leading immigrant
"Cribbing isn't a bad thing for
a boy, it helps him." Dr. John
A. Brashear, well known astron
omer, in speech at Pittsburgh.
When a man steals a few thou
sand dollars and gets away with
it, it also "helps' him.
Media, Pa., jury awarded Mrs.
Elizabeth S. Snowden $25 dam
ages because neighbor's pet 'mon
key bit her on the ankle. The
monkey couldn't have been a gen
tleman. Mary Campion lived in N. 'Y.
almshouse for 4 years. Had $1,
000 life insurance. Died. Wlil
gave city $500 for her keep.
Conventions in Oklahoma are
interesting. It 'is 'not .given t