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tumn visit. Chief of dep't of in
ternal affains recently resigned
rather than assume responsibility'
Sterling, 111. Burglars entered
home of F. W. Murphy, wealthy
merchant, and escaped with over
$2,000 worth of jewelry.
Jackson, Mich. Sen. Dixon,
Roosevelt's manager, was present
at opening of convention to form
third party in state with Roose
Delegates don't know whether
to put entire state ticket into field
or only Roosevelt presidential
Buffalo, N. Y. Evelyn Sloan,
11, adopted daughter of wealthy
hotelkeeper, kidnaped by her
mother, Mrs. Herman F. Leh
man, who is being held awaiting
Newark, N. J. Companions'
dared Benny Mason, 11, to cut off
leg of Johnny Steward, 12. Benny
attempted it with pair of shears.
Police arrived in time to prevent
artery being cut. 6 stitches in
Belgrade, Servia. Arrest of
anarchist led to discovery of plot
to kill King Petetr.
Manitowoc, Wis. Man killed
and number of windows wrecked
when carload of dynamite explod
ed near here.
Guadalajara, Mexico. Slight
tremors shook city today follow
ing severe quake yesterday that
wrecked several buildings.
Cleveland, O. F. J. Scholtz,
Detroit, Mich., woke up and found
that roommate, Oscar Cobia, had
stolen his clothes. He never said
a word to police, but followed him
here and is now taking him back
Greeley, Col. Dr. Stanley Hall,
Clark University, Worcester,
Mass., stated that murder of Julia
Connors was result of frame of
mind produced in man by clothes
that women wear. i
Indianapolis, Ind. Mayor
Shanks mayhave to face impeach
ment proceedings unless wine
rooms and disreputable dance
halls are closed.
Church Federation will push
case. ' i.
Mayor Shanks is executive who
gained notice by buying potatoes
with city money and selling them
at cost in streets.
Indianapolis, Ind. Name of
ex-Senator Albert J. Beveridge
ft Z "
"That woman believes in walk
ing as a form of exercise."
"Well, she's got the' form, all
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