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Knotts, Hammond, and James L.
Keach will head Indiana delega
tion to Baltimore and fight nom
ination of Gov. Marshall for pres
ident. Ithaca, N. Y. Former Pres. of
Cornell university Andrew D.
White, elected delegate to Chi
cago, after reading of dog-fight
there, has decided not to go.
Baltimore. Chairman Nor
man E. Mack, of Democratic na
tional committee, opened head
quarters. New York. Betting on result
of Chicago convention at stand
still. Odds favor Taft.
New York. SO striking wait
ers and 150 strikebreakers on way
to Boston to work on street cars,
clashed at Grand Central station.
Red pepper used freely.
New York. Mrs. Margaret
Driscoll answered "ad" to board
20-months twins. Now searching
Philadelphia. Tissue from
eye of another man grafted on
eyes of Owen Harris, blind for 7
years. Sight restored.
New York. Over $50,000 lost
"by brokers on friendly game of
pool played by Orson Hoyt,
broker, and Harry Cortis, Chi
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt left
for New York in motor car. Pre
pared to go to Chicago this after
noon "if necessary."
Chas. E. Vreeland, chief of navy
bureau t)f operations, strfcken
with pneumonia Hospital.
Washington. Navy Deptsays
gunboat Monocacy will be built
at Mare Island" navy yarH, San
Francisco. Will cost $141,000.
Rome. Turks attacked Italian
garrison at Homs. Repulsed with
500 dead Italians lost 31.
Washington. Sec'y of Navy
Meyer taken suddenly ill. Left for
home at Hamilton, Mass.
Washington. Reported Mexi
can rebels under Oro?co met with
defeat near Torreon.
Washington. First division of
Atlantic fleet stationed at Hamp
ton Roads ordered to Narragan
sett pier for practice drills.
Washington. Believed U. S.
marines in Cuba have ended re
bellion. Washington. House accepted
conference report on army appro
priation bill. Legislates Gen.
Wood out of office.
Baltimore. Backers of Champ
Clark trying to have candidate for
president nominated by majority x"
vote instead of by two-thirds ma
jority. Minneapolis. 2 persons killed
and 6 others injured in duplex
house fire. $10,000 loss,
Buffalo, N. Y. George M.
Reynolds, Chicago banker, ad
dressed New York State Bankers' ,
Ass-'n. Denied existence of money,
Morgan City, La. Main street N
submerged 4l2 feet by tidewater
Winnipeg, Man. Forest fires
in western Alberta worst in years.
1,000,000 feet logs already gone.
Lexington, Ky. Wesley Ed
wards, member of Allen gang that
shotup Hillsville, Va., courtroom,
reported arrested at Clay; City,,