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would vote for Teddy if name ap
peared on official ballot in No
vember. Otherwise his vote goes
New York. George Wilson,
awaiting trial, escaped from cell
in Tombs and is hiding some
where about building.
New York. Police searching
for dark-bearded man who mur
dered Julia Connors, 12, while on
her way to confession. Body
found in dry goods box with 31
slashes and knife wound in heart.
Hair was cut off.
El Paso. Morris Buttner, U.
" S. immigration service inspector,
whn wuc in Tnarf7 for pvirlpnrp in
Wfc Chinese case, arrested as sov bv
Menominee, Mich. Joseph
Lafaver, 19, Marinette, Wis.
drowned while swimming in
Minonk, 111. Robert D. Cald
well, prominent business man,
found dead in bed. Heart disease.
Paris. Duchess Anna Gould
de Talleyrand is having lot of fun
sneering at Count Boni de Castel
Sea Girt, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son will meet Norman E. Mack
and other members of national
committee at Atlantic ' City to
morrow. Champ Clark and Os
car Underwood may also be there.
Milwaukee. James Seeley,
Chicago, leaped into fountain
while crazed from heat. Police
man to rescue.
Muscatine, la. Florence
Trout put gasoline instead of tea
into pot arid placed it on stove. 5
persons badly hurt, .n,. .-
Brainerd, Minn. Cyclone
struck 7 miles east of here. All
roads blocked by fallen trees. No
lives lost. t
New York. 3 persons drown
ed and 50 others thrown into
water when pier on Plum Island,
near Manhattan Beach, Col
lapsed. Baltimore. Frank M. Mikel
neck trailed wife all over world
after she had deserted him. Be
came insane on board steamer
.Springfield, 111. Major Abel
Davis and 5 other members of
First Regiment, I. N. G., stunned
when lightning struck tree at
Camp Lincoln, 111.
Washington. Severe earth
quake recorded on Georgetown
University seismograph. Dis
turbance lasted two hours.
Washington. Bodies of Mrs.
Mary Wherkump and daughter,
Katherine, 30, found in gas-filled
room. Suicide pact. Relative of
Wm. Knabe, millionaire piano
man. Financial troubles.
Washington. 3-year-old son
of F. A. Sells, 2430 Wisconsin av.,
took $36 in bills from pa's pocket
and fed them to guinea pig.
Cleveland, O. Rockefeller
celebrated 73rd birthday. His
pastor paid him tribute from pul
pit. Hammond, Ind. 10 men took
part in riot started by argument
over Johnson-Flynn fight. Nine
St. Petersburg. -Meeting of
Czar and Kaiser at Baltic Port
established most friendly rela
tions between 2 nations.
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