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General -conference Methodist
Episcopal church now in ses
sionat Minneapolis today contin
ued its attack" on the Catholic
church. Rev. Edwin Locke, To
peka, Kan., leading aftack.
Taft will have solid' delegation
from Neyada. Nevada has all of
James Farley, the strike break
er, seriously ill' ofy pneumonia at
home iirPlatesburgh, .N. Y. May
recover worse luck!
Taft -staying atBrother Chard
ilea uuuic in vviiLuuidu. uuma-
gists of that city going to send
delegation to ask him to come out
in favor of woman suffrage in
Ohio. Morer trouble for our president!-
William Jennings Bryan made
26 speeches against Ohio's gov
ernor in his own state today. Said
Harmon was first chance of Wall
street for Democratic presiden
"The Democratic .voters of
Ohio have the power to end the
Harmon inenace at the polls May
21, and to make the Baltimore
convention a progressive love
feast instead of a death grapple
with Wallsfreet" Bryan at
Hillsboro, O. Then Bryan lauded
Woodrow Wilson as a thorough
County conventions being held
throughout Texas b yboth Demo
crats anVl Republicans today.
Roosevelt and . Wilson leaders
claim it's going to be easy for
their chiefs. . l
Grace Beddow, 10 years old,
Washington, lumped into -well
her Head above' water until Kelp
came'15 minutes later. - Y
G. M. Palmer, Dixon, IUV
stubbed toe and fell Into tanlcof
paint. Almost died of it.
Liners which docked at N. Y.
yesterday all claimed records ofx
some sort. But prize went to Co-"
lumbia, from Glasgow, Scotland,
which crossed the pond without s
selling one drink. i
From a Scottish port, too. Theyt
must all have been awfully sick.
Will of Wm. G. Vander Boost,
Mount Vernon, N. Y., provides
that he be stabbed through heart
afteTbeing pronounced dead by ,
doctors to prevent burial alive. A
Gentleman who cashed checks ,.
for $400 at four Boston hotels left
four grips behind him. They r
were filled with potatoes and bot
tled beer. No, the checks weren't ,
any good. y
Rebecca Russ, oiell six stories
from N. Y. tenement. Clothes
lines at each story broke the falU'
"Governor .Hiram . Johnson,
California, who went into the
governor's chair on the cry of ,
'down with the b'osses'has since
built up a machine of his own ,
whichin political activity, has
outdone anything ever knownSn
that state' Taft Bureau -ih( '
Washington. f - $
Senate sub-committee which'
will prqbe contributors to nation
al campaign funds for congres
sional and presidential elections
of 1904 and 1908 to be made up of
Clapp, Minn.; Bradley, Ky.:
piiver, Pa.; Paynter, Ky., atd
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