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quarters and then left for Spring
Lake, N. J. Announced that he
I was going to make 4 speeches in
I . Maine this month.
I Lincoln, Neb. In current is-
I sue of The Commoner Bryan
J? takes rap at Taft's speech of ac-
f Roasted Taft because he en
s' dorsed methods used by steam
j roller gang at Chicago conven-
Milwaukee. Unions affiliated
f- with Federated Trades Council
have bdycotted beer served retail
jfc from kegs. Strikebreakers are
f making kegs. Coopers' union on
Rhinelander, Wis. Fred Lui
s' cher, Milwaukee, awoke and dis--
covered fire in cottage at Lake
I Elm?, near McNaughton. Escape
was cut off. He jumped from
window overhanging lake. Body
will be shipped home today.
L. New York. Reporters watch-
H ing for flight of stork to Astor
i mansion telephoned their papers
that Mrs. Astor did not take her
I accustomed drive today.
1 f Topeka, Kan. Though re-
turns from Tuesday's primaries
are not all in ifappears that Gov.
Stubbs has defeated Sen. Curtis
for nomination as U. S. Senator.
9 Newnan, Ga. JSugene H.
Grace, whose wife was recently
freed, of charge of trying to mur-
' der him, received card believed to
v, have been from her. It read :
"Many happy returns on your
30th birthday. Hope to be wjth
you on your, 31st if you say sp."
Card was unsigned
ufy in Hungarian parliament
who fired 3 times t Count Tisza,
speaker of lower house, June 7,
discharged from custody. Insan
ity. London. Great Britain will
probably not participate in Panama-Pacific
Exposition on ac
count of U. S. Senate's action in
refusing to strike from Panama
bill measure granting free pass
age to American ships.
That's a bally good revenge.
Vancouver, B. C. Cable from
Australia says that Hugh Mcin
tosh, prizefight promoter, will in-,
sist on Jack Johnson carrying out
contract to go to Australia and
fight Sam Langford and Sam Mc
Vey. Washington. Senate may al
low Lorimer $35,000 or $40,000 to
pay expenses incurred in his fight
to retain seat.
London. Aridy Carnegie urg
ed taxation of millionaires in
speech at unveiling of Robert
Burns statue, at Montrose.
Litchfield, 111. Fred C. Terrill,
Nokomis, 111., shot "and killed by
his wife when he returned from.
Oklahoma City. Al Jennings,
formerly member of notorious
Daltongang, nominated for coun
In his campaign, speeches, Jen-,
nings brought forth his training'
with Daltons as recommendation
New York. Sight'-seeing
motor bus crashed into fence of
Astor mansion. 4 persons slight
Los Angeles. Edward Adams
Budapest Julius Kovacs, dej 1 Contrell, socialist lecturer, gave
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