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New York Dr. Rudolph C.
Lienau, Brooklyn dentist, having
apparatus installed at farm, Great
River, N. J., to raise chickens by
Lawrenceville, 111. George
Brown and E. C. Wolcott over
come by fumes in tank car, died.
Saidora, 111. James Mibbs shot
and kille'd his brother Clarence.
No reason known.
New York. -Tom Taggart,
well known Indiana gambler-politician,
on way to Baltimore.
Wants Gov. Marshall to get nom.
Cleveland, O. John D. Rocke
feller to spend summer at Eorest
Hill home. Refused to discuss
Orange! N. J. Thomas A. Ed
ison denies he donated $2,500,000
to ' Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Boston. Says he has
more to do with his money .
Schenectady, N. Y. Helen
Keller, blind deaf mute, offered
job on board of public welfare by
Sdcialist Mayor Lunn. Will ac
New York. Chief Justice
Charles; E: Hughes says he won't
take. Republican nomination for
president ' under any circum
circumstances.', Detroit. 250 bottles of cham
pagne Nin tended for certain dele
gates at Chicagoconvention lost
Indianapolis. Former Mayor
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