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r woRuys news in brief
' Stockholm. P. J. McDonald,
Irish-American A. C, broke
Olympic record, when he put shot
over 50 feet 4 inches.
Jamaica, N. Y. Edwin A.
Dodd, bachelor, died and left his
landlady entire estate of $250,000.
Nothing the matter with her hash
at that rate.
Aurora, 111. Police still search
ing for 16-year-old bandit who
has been riding around on stolen
pony, shooting up country in true
Jesse James fashion.
Fergus Falls, Minn. J. J.
Gruya, prominent banker, killed,
and William Leonard, Soo Line
conductor, seriously injured when
Gruya's auto went over embank
ment. Washington. David R. For
gan, Chicago banker, may be ap
pointed treasurer of Republican
Gary, Ind. Three men over
come by gas in office of Narodna
Svomost, foreign newspaper.
Washington. Robert G. Val-
OUR PRECISE ARTIST.
.A roller skate.
entine, Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, did not turn in recent res
ignation voluntarily, but was
forced to quit by Taft Valentine
was Roosevelt man.
New York. Squad of detec
tives watching tenement in which
Julia Connors, 12 was murdered
in hope that slayer might return.
Los Angeles. Judge Hutton
will hold conference with Dis
trict Att'y Fredericks to consider
getting new custodian for Dar
Sheriff McGuire, present custo
dian, held in suspicion by state.
Washington. Riot almost
started in Senate when Sen. Jones
undertook to speak on behalf of
Atlantic City. John Wana
maker, Philadelphia merchant
and strong Taft man, led cheer
ing for Woodrow Wilson when
he laid cornerstone of new Y. M. (
C. A. building this afternoon.
Washington.1 Chas D. Hilles
is wrestling with Taft and Roose
velt presidential electors puzzle.
Atlantic City. Body believed
to be that of Melvin Vaniman,
aeronaut, who was killed with 4
members of crew July 2, washed
up on sands of Brigantine Beach.
Los Angeles. Job Harriman,
Socialist, has given strong testi
mony in favor of Clarence Dar
row; Des Moines. Roosevelt men
have issued call for state conven
tion at So'clock this afternoon,
immediately after regular con-'
vention is through.
Roosevelt leaders deny that