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ger" into case to testify against
Rheims Aviator Prevost in
monoplane made record of 90
miles an hour. Machine went
wrong, however, and he was
forced to land.
Washington. Senate commit
tee investigating campaign funds
are having fine time getting infor
mation. Neither Tom Taggart,
who managed Democratic cam
paign in 1904, or Geo. B. Cortel-,,-you,
who managed Republican
campaign that year, can remem
ber a thing, and both say they
. have destroyed books.
Landers, Wyo. Sheriff John
son and posse engaged in rifle
battle with 2 youthful bandits in
lonely canon south of here. One
bandit killed, other captured.
Milwaukee. Democratic state
convention drew up resolution of
confidence in William Jennings
Bryan. Also endorsed income tax.
Seattle, Wash. Richard A.
Ballinger, former secretary 6i in
terior, may also be investigated
as result of examination of Judge
Newspaper reporter examined
on published story that "white
slave" ring was behind attack on
Topepa, Kan. J. M. Baker
sent back to prison to serve un
' completed term because, on be
ing paroled, he wrote to sweet
heart that he had been working
Springfield, Mass. New -City
hall completed. Cost $2,000,000,
but forgot all about hot water.
x Enid, Okla. Judge Ben Lind-
sey, Denver, said he received tele
gram asking him to accept pres
idential nomination on prohibi
Lindsey replied that allegiance
to Roosevelt demanded that he
Springfield, 111. Deneen pre
pared1 to visit Camp Lincoln and
review First Infantry, I. N. G.
Paris. Government author
ized City of Paris to borrow $40,
000,000 to build model municipal
tenement houses, which will be
rented on lowest possible terms.
Seagirt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
has decided upon chairman of
Democratic national committee,
but will not make announcement
until committee meets Tuesday.
Politicians are certain that
Wm. F. Combs is choice.
Washington. Weather "bureau
stated that relief from present
heat wave throughout country is
Let 'er come, and see if we care.
Washington. England's for
fal notice of protest over action of
U. S. in deciding that American
ships could have free passage
through Panama canal, is expect
ed next week.
Havana. Another death from
bubonic plague occurred "block
New York. Oscar S. Straus,
former secretary of commerce
and labor, elected chairman of ar
bitration commission that will de
cide wage dispute between east
ern railroads and their engineers.
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