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er, who single-handed captured
Charles Morgan, alleged leader
of notorious gang, is being urged
to run for sheriff.
Aberdeen, S. D. Arthur E.
Boyd, banker and city commis
sioner, died from burns received
when he went into gas-fi(led vault
holding lighted match
Wabash, Ind. Max Morrow,
9, son of Garland Morrow., poli
tician, and Frank Johnson, 11,
smothered to death in corn bin.
Bodies recovered hour later be
neath 1,000 bushels of corn.
New York. James Hamilton
Lewis, with his pink whiskers
glowing, arrived here frbth Sea
Girt. Believes that Democrats
now have their chance, but said
that Taft's strength is growing.
London. House of Commons
adjourned until Oct. 7. Has been
in session, except for few days at
Easter, for 7 months.
Postmaster General Samuel ex
plained England's agreement
with Marconi Company by which
government is to give company
$3,000,000 to build 5 great Wire
London. Dispatch from St.
Petersburg confirms report of de
fensive alliance between Bulgaria
Kansas City. Policeman ar
rested aged negro. Charged him
with shooting. When negro ap
peared before judge ft was dis
covered that he was blind. Dis
charged. New York. This surely is
calling season for the stork. In
addition to Astor visit, he is ex
pected at home of Mrs. Riccardo
Bertelli, formerly Ida Conquest
actress, Elmsfprd, N. Y.
Port Au Prince, If ayti. Pres
ident Cincinnatus de. Conte, Hay
ti, Icilled in fire that destroyed
royal palace. Fire started by ex
plosion of dynamite magazine.
Rebel plot scented.
1 Peach Salads" 1. Peaches may
be served half and half with ban
anas or with almonds (one-fifth
almonds), with celery and wal
nuts, or fine 'chopped apple or
pear and - with simple French
dressing. 2. 'Pare a quart of
ripe, yellow peaches, and cut into
thin slices; slice very thin a half
cupful of blanched almonds.-Mix
the ffuit and nuts with, twbthirds
of a cupful fof mayonnaise, to
which has been added, one-thir,d
of a cupful of whipped cream.
Serve immediately on lettuce
leaves. - "
, Peach Catsup Steam the
peaches .whole and boil till reduc
ed onerthird. To each quart of
fruit allow one pound of sugar,
but do not add till juice has been
boiled down dne-thfrd. Place in
little bags (loosely) one teaspoon
each of broken mace and whole
pepper, two of cinnamon?an-dha)f
a teaspoon of cloves. Put these
on to boil with the vinegar, with
which the pulp and Juice (after
cookTng down) must be thinned,
removing before the fruit and
sugar are added.
The Bull Moose' will be a Bull
Loose in the G. O. P. china shop,
all right, all right