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tnons, "bartender, arrested. 'Al
leged he poured alcohol over feet
of Lee Grovesand, then set fire
to them. Wanted to waken ne
gro. Succeeding in putting him
Cleveland, O. 4 hours after
his marriage, Charles Spohn was
kidneped by friends and forced to
spend night in woods, away from
Bellefontaine, O. Will of Eliz
abeth Owen, just probated, in
structs relatives to line vault with
muslin and cover floor with Brus
Washington. George R. Shel
'don, former treasurer of Repub
lican national committee, said
that Pierp. Morgan, Henry Frick
and E. H. Harriman were "prob
ably" contributors to 1904 cam
Harriman believed to have rais
Sheldon said he collected about
$L655,581 for 1908 campaign.
Oyster Bay. Rooseelt clearing
decks in anticipation of coming
Bull Moose convention. Will ar
rive in Chicago Aug. 5.
Roosevelt speech will begin
with "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
Stonington, Conn. One man
killed, another injured when
Adams express train and extra
freight collided on New Haven
Washington. Rep. Roden
burg, 111., intends using House as
campaign field. Has prepared
speech attacking Wilson.
Hilles instructed Rodenburg to
read all of Democratic nominee's
books and see if he could find
something upon which to found
Greenwich, Conn. Stanley A.
Beadle, arrested for assault, ad
mitted that he is wanted in Seat
tle and Spokane for passing bad
checks. Held in $5,000 bond for
Grand Junction, Colo. Rev.
Elmer F. Huffer, pastor First
Christian church, resigned after
giving congregation what he
chose to call, "badly needed coat
of white wash."
Huffer recently delivered ser
mon in which he said old maids
should be exiled on some island
because they are worthless to hu
manity. Helen Gould sent him warm
letter on subject. Miss Gould is
an "old maid."
St. Louis, Mo. Body of Jacob
D. Hull, with hand clutching
lower rung of ladder, found in lo
cal swimming pool.
St. Louis. Mrs. Donna Good
win, believing herself afflicted
with strange malady, refused food
for 3 months and is in serious
Bar Harbor, Me. Mrs. John
Jacob Astor, Mrs. John B Thayer
and Mrs. George D. Widener,
who lost their husbands in Titan
ic wreck, are planning reunion
here latterpart of week.
Hamburg. Police have grant
ed conductors power to eject
anywoman whogets on car with
projecting hat pin.
Madrid. 17 persons, including
many foreigners, were injured
when motor bus overturned.
Jersey City. 150 boy inmates