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Windermere, Eng. Police in
vestigating disappearance of Mrs.
L. B. Sheldon, Cleveland, 0., who
has not been heard of since Aug.
2, when she sent post-card from
Cleveland, O. Bryan arrived
and immediately took a rap at
Roosevelt and his new party.
Bryan said that Teddy was
strong on criticism and short on
construction. Also that Colonel
would haye country jump from
trust frying pan into socialist fire.
Nashville, Tenn. Democratic
state convention adopted plat
form favoring state wide prohibi
tion law, but allowing sale of wet
stuff in Nashville, Memphis and
Detroit, Mich. Prosecutor
Shepherd asserted that he had
enough evidence to bind every ac
cused alderman over to recorder's
Mexico. Gen. Pasquale Oroz
co, rebel leader, today made direct
peace proposals. Truce may be
LaCrosse, Wis. Gun man en-"
tered Burlington depot at South
Junction and forced telegraph
operator to give him strong box,
containing small amount.
Decatur, 111. Small boy tried
to light cigarette in wagon load
ed with gasoline. Won't smoke
again for few weeks anyway.
London. Not certain whether
Prince of Wales and his brother
Albert, will visit U. S. and Can
ada as at first announced.
Madispn.. Wis. LaFollette, in
current issue of his magazine, de
nounced Taft, Roosevelt and Wil
son, the latter not qui'te as strong
as other two.
Oyster Bay. Roosevelt left to
day to deliver two speeches at
Providence, R. I., and Revere
Beach, near Boston.
Intimated that he will fire
opening shot at Woodrow Wil
son. Indianapolis. Joseph B. Keal
ing arrived home after trip to
east, where he. assured Taft lead
ers of president's strength in this
Birmingham, Ala. Willie
Yielding, Oneonta, shot and prob
ably fatally wounded by R. S.
Couch, her brother-in-law, who
claims he found her in room with
Girl says that Couch and Bev
eridge lured her to hotel to kill
Port Burwell, Ont Edward
West, diver, Port Huron, crush
ed to death in 40 ft. of water arid
another diver injured when sunk
en scow turned over.
Lincoln, Neb. President Hugh
L. Jones, of Lincoln baseball club,
today announced purchase of
Shortstop Berghammer, First
Baseman Mullen, and Catcher
Carney, from Chicago Sox j
Players have been with Lincoln
greater part of season, but op
tional agreements, and today's
deal, makes them property of lo
Los Angeles. Nat C. Good
win, actor, was thrown from skiff
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