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apolis men rescued family of 7,
when dilapidated house-boat, up
on which family lived, on Ohio
- Topeka, Kan. Roosevelt fol
lowers wild with joy because of
action U. S. Supreme Court,
which permits Roosevelt presi
dential electors to remain on state
Republican primary ballot.
Gov. Stubbs said: "At last Kan
' sas people are going to get their
Berlin. All peace negotiations
between Albanian rebels and
Turks failed and fighting has
been resumed. .
Washington. Rep. Sharp,
Ohio, urged appropriation for
aerial fleet. Thinks that progress
of aviation will soon make navies
Charlseton, 111. Daniel D. Du
val killed trying to -drive load of
hay into low-roofed barn. Crush
ed by beam.
Washington. Date for Arch
bald impeachment case will be set
Saturday. Oct. 15 suggested as
probable trial day.
Gibraltar. Agadir shelled by 2
French warships, r Many killed.
Several buildings destroyed.
Gary, Ind. Mrs.. Catherine
Molinko attacked by mad dog
while walking in woods. Severe
ly bitten. May die. Dog shot.
New York. Ex-Sen. Wm. A.
Clark, Montana, sailed for Eu
rope. Took few punches at Roose
velt and new party. Believes that
Wilson will be elected. :
Joliet, 111. David Carr, engi
neer at sawmill, killed when boil
Clear Lake, la. Harold Mc
Laughlin, formerly of this city,
accidentally killed Central Chili
Copper Company mine.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Stevan
Gorlap, having lost out in love for
second time in life, went insane
and was taken to asylum.
Bloomington, 111. Orville
Johnson fell from horse he was
riding and was killed by blade of
San Francisco. Mary Jose
phine Melvin, 81, born in Ireland,
but who has lived in California 64
years, came into court and filed
first papers to become citizen.
Wants to vote.
Mexico City. Sierra Juarez
Indians are in rebellion again.
Reported that large body is
marching on Ixtian,40 miles from
New York. Nearly 200 Pro
gressives will leave on special
train for Chicago late this after
noon. Montrose, N. D. Mrs. George
Miller, . temporarily . demented,
walked streets with dead body of
baby, who had been killed by fall.
Paris. Police reports show
that 213 persons were killed "by
autos on streets of Paris during 3
months ending July 31.
Catskill, N. Y. Mrs. John L.
Crider, sister of Dorcas Snod
grass, wnose body was found in
creek, said she was satisfied there
was nothing mysterious about
case and police investigation has
been called off.
Los Angeles. Spread of infan
tile paralysis has alarmed health
authorities, who have issued 45,-
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