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Teddy refused to step down at
Chicago so that Cummins could
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt has
warned all visitors to stay away
from Sagamore Hill. Working
on HIS platform to be adopted at
El Paso. Huerta's federal
army moving from Juarez to
Seattle. House judiciary sub
committee investigating Judge
Hanford has decided to hold
night sessions to take up exam
inations of documentaryevidence.
Newark, N. J. George Clinton
Payne, oldest book agent, having
celebrated 100th birthday, is back
on job again. Said he was,good
for 20 more years.
Baltimore, Md. Fire destroy
ed 14 houses in Mortimer
Heights, suburb. $60,000 loss.
Washington. After J. A. Naw
fell, broken rib penetrated lung,
and air bubble about size of can
teloupe gathered under skin. Phy
sicians fear to touch it. - ,
Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. Han
nah M. Graham, Equal Suffrage
Ass'n of Indiana, is trying to en
list aid of Taft in "votes for
Lawrenceburg, Ind. Harry H.
Dixon, 73, cousin of Rep. Dixon,
said he would show people he was
as fast as ever, played baseball.
Broken nose and bruised eyes.
San Antonio, Tex. Somebody
put poison in drinking water,
Rasalie ranch. 2 men and 2 wom
en dead. 4 others in serious con
dition. Man and wife arrested as
New York. Former state Sen
ator Wm. F. Mackey, 53, Lancas
ter, Erie county, died at Hotel
Washington. Rep. Victor Ber
ger, Socialist, introduced bill for
money fund, which provides for
loan of money to needy and will
Lincoln, Neb. Rep. George
W. Norris, insurgent leader in
House and Republican nominee
for senate, has appealed to pro
gressives to gain control of state
platform convention, to be held
here July 30.
New Yorkj Numerous pros
trations in street and one death
as result of city's intense heat.
Atlantic City. O. W. Stew
art, Chicago, is being boomed for
presidency on prohibition ticket.
Atlantic City. On account of
its "waterish" tendencies, is
popular place with prohibition
ists. Milwaukee. Factional fight
between A. J. Schmitz and Judge
for Democratic nomination for
governor may bring issue to pri
Washington. James D. Rey
nolds, secretary of Republican
national committee, started Taft
campaign ball rolling when he
left for N. Y. to open head
quarters. Charles p. Hilles will follow
him Monday. Resigns as presi
dent's secretary Saturday.
Atlantic City. Gov. Wilson
about played out from activities
in past two weeks.
Atlantic City. Detective
Burns, Chicago, is trying to see
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