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Baltunofre. Suffragists 'are
bounding Democratic leaderst
Want to have suffrage plank
written info platform.
Springleld, Mo. 12 children
bitten by mad dog early this
moring. Dog shot 'after two-mile
Washington. California dele
gates to Democratic convention
at Baltimore stopped off here to
pay respects to Champ Clark.
La Porte, Ind. Annual meet
ing Indiana State Optical Society
will be held at Richmond, July 15.
Louisville, Ky. Col. Watter
son, editorially, denounced both
Taft and Rosevelt as unfit for
New Haven. Members of bar
who spoke at Yale Law School
banquet all took a rap at Roose
velt and his recall of judges.
Canton. Feared that enemies
of present administration are
planning revolt to begin tonight.
Baltimore. Wm. Randolhif
Hearst and his writers are claim
ing that Clark will get 500 votes
on third ballot.
- Washington. National insti
tute of arts and letters bill passed
House. Now up to Senate. Will
provide for naming 150 American
v San Antonio, Tex. Fly-swat-tirig
contest has ended. 3,157,995
flies slain by children.
Battle Creek, Mich. Gladys
Gould, 20, killed, and sister, Ada,
probably fatally injured! Struck
by auto owned and driven by Hez
ekiah Bickford, who was arrested
and released on bond.
New York. Dr. Frederick A.
Cook, the noted "explorer" ar
rived here from Germany, where
he has been telling folks all about
Indianapolis, Ind. Nicholas
Moore, 40, leaped from third floor
window Marion county work
house tp street below. Dead. Had
been serving short sentence for
Norfolk, Va. $ battleships, 2d
division, Atlantic fleet, went to
sea for drills on southern course.
300 midshipmen aboard.
New York. 1,200 hearse driv
ers are ready to strike unless de
mands for better wages and hours
are granted. 800 grave diggers
will go out in sympathy.
Cleveland, O. Dr. James Alex
ander Miller in speech before con
ference charities said that physi
cians should study social science
as part of their professional train
ing. St. Louis. Portage des Sioux,
oldest'town-in Missouri, is to have
bank for first time in history.
Scranton, Pa. James M. An-
thony, coal merchant, shot and,
probably fatally wounded by Olaf j
Mirza, discharged employe. As-'
Washington. Officials deny
report that Secretary of Navy;
Meyer intends to resign from
cabinet. Meyer, who has been
Stricken with stomach trouble,
has gone to his home, Hamilton,
Washington. Vice-Pres. Sher
man arrived in city today in- time
to go out to the'gall game -with
Taft and Knox.
Wabash. Ind. Mrs. Charles