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Dayton, O. Death of Wilbur
Wright, noted aviator and in
ventor, expected at any time. Ty
phoid fever. Just a fighting
Columbus, O. Control of both.
Democratic and Republican con
ventions now in doubt. Looked
like Harmon would control Dem
ocratic and Taft Republican, but
Roosevelt and anti-Harmon men
are busy as gold-diggers.
Cleveland, O. Governor Har
mon lost this county by 6,000;
Hamilton county, his home, by 71.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Wm. E.
Kane, 46, shot and killed wife,
then attempte dsuicide. Probably
Boston. Mrs. Mary Louise
Garland will not lose $10,000,000
by marrying her financial agent,
Francis Cushing Green, as report
ed; only $1,000,000, and still will
have income on $9,000,000 with
which to get shoes for the baby.
Detroit. John B. Stanley,
president Cleevjand Street Rail
way Co., testified in U. S. court
here that'3-cent carfares is not a
paying proposition. Admitted
Cleevland company made more
than million dollars over opera
ting expenses in one year on
straight 3-cent fares, but insisted
this was not "paying proposi
tion." Of course, one cannot become a
John D. Rockefeller or a J. Pierp.
Morgan on profits of $1,000,000 a
tyear. Still, some plain people
might think it was pretty good
Troy, O. One killed, 1 injured
when Pennsylvania passenger
train, bound for St. Louis, de-'
railed near Bradford, this county.
El Paso, Tex. According to
reports here both the Mexican
rebels and federals are winning
the battle now in progress at Rel
lano. Rebel 'sympathizers say
Orozco is driving Huerta back;
federal sympathizers say Huerta
is licking Orozco. '
Columbus, O. W. F. Brown,
Roosevelt's Ohio manager, men
tioned as candidate for U. S. Sen
ate to succeed Theodore Burton.
Theodore Burton's no great
shakes as a senator. He was
chosen by the people merely be
cause they preferred him to Char
li Taft, brother of the Judicial
Temperament. But Walter F.
Brown as a senator would be a
Sheboygan, Wis. German
Bank, closed because of sudden
death of Fred Karst president,
will re-open in fevWdays. Direc
tors say financial condition is all
. Neenah, Wis. Chas. Bannard
lost wallet containing $180 in Fox
River one month ago. Two boys
fishing snared wallet yesterday
and returned it to Bannard. t
Washington. "Uncle Joe"
Cannon, once our famous or in
famous speaker, was presented
with a Bible by National Associa
tion of Employing Lithogra
phers. "Uncle Joe" studies the Bible .
so he can confound his enemies by
springing quotationson them at