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BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
Madison, Wis. Sen. LaFol
lette in current issue of his maga
zine takes a few more knocks at
" Says that only reason for Ted
dy's new party is to satisfy Ted
dy's own personal ambition.
Predicted that people would
soon see thrpugh Roosevelt.
In comparing Roosevelt and
Bryan he eulogized Nebraskan
about as strongly as any Bryan
Democrat could have done.
Concluded by saying that
money for Roosevelt's expenses
was derived from steel and har
Galveston, Tex. James Nolan,
sporting editor and organizer of
several minor baseball leagues,
died today after lingeing illness.
Memphis, Tenn. 2 women kill
ed and 3 others injured in panic
on burnin gstreet car. Motorman
refused to open gates.
El Paso, Tex. -Orozco may re
call Gomez as provisional presi
dent of revolutionary govern
ment. 'Announced that Juarez
would continue as rebel capital.
Milwaukee. Democratic state
convention endorsed national
platform adopted at Baltimore.
Kansas City. A. W. Brewster,
Republican candidate for gov
ernor, has withdrawn from race,
telling Secretary of State Roach,
Democrat, that because Roach
had 12 children he would not
of running against ticket with
him on it.
Halifax, N. S. Fire wiped out
village of Point Tupper, settle
ment near entrance to Port
Hawkesbury. 300 troops ordered
Washington. Sen. Lorimer
continued in his own defense this
Declared that no statement in
record to show that Cyril R. Jan
dus was corrupted to vote for
Sarcastically referred to H. H.
Kohlsaat, owner, of Chicago. Record-Herald,
as "priestly Kohlsaat,
man who never betrayed confi
dence." Said that trust newspapers had
con sired to down him, and that
men prosecuting him are men
who. are capable of doing any
thing, even murder, to destroy
man they had marked.
"I was taught at my mother's
knee that to act a lie was more
heinous than to tell one" was one
of Lorimer's effective speeches.
Visitors' gallerieswere crowd
ed long before hearing opened.
New York. Mrs. Helen Hil
ton Story, after getting divorce
from Allen Lawrence Story, was
married to Stanley Forde, actor,
who was named as-co-respondent.
Paducah, Ky. Judge U. S.
Watspn thrown from auto when
it hit rough stretch of ground.
San Francisco. Representa
tives of women's organizations
endeavoring to have city hire
Gloversville, N. Y. Mrs. Ho
gan, wife of Rev. Robert Hogani
Reformed church, Schenectady,
N. Y., suicide. Poison.
Minneapolis, Minn. After try- j