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14 accidentally caught in guy
rope of balloon. Carried 2,000 ft.
in air. Rope broke. Killed.
Sea Girt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
made speech at Monmouth coun
ty fair at Red Sank. Advocated
neighborhood consultations on
public affairs and use of school
houses for gatherings of public.
Marinette, Wis.--Sen. Steph
enson rapidly recovering from re
cent attack of heart trouble.
Barre, Vt. Col. Roosevelt
made first appeal of the day here
to a crowd of 2,000 people.
Emphasized desire that voters
show their preference for Pro
pressive party by first voting for
the local ticket Tuesday.
Fargo, N. D J. A. Lang and
J. A. King left today for their
home in Chicago, after a hard ex
perience in North Dakota.
They arrived here Sunday seek
ing work in the harvest fields and
while asleep in a cheap hotel were
robbed of $30.
, Two masked men. awakened
ahem, asleep in a box car the next
night and took their last cent.
They have wired home collect
for money. - t
Milwaukee, Wis. 125 noisy
motorcycles left the city hall to
day for a three-day 300-miel re
Miss Lillian Lawler,"who re
cently captured an endurance
contest to Kenosha, beating sev
eral male riders, was one of thel
General Hitchcock today request
ed reports from the principal
try on the working of .the Sunday
mail regulations tomorrow.
Columbus, Ind. William A,
Morris, 50, wealthy Republican
politician, who stumbled and fell
under a freight train on the Penn
sylvania Ry. tracks, is dead at his
Galway, Ireland. Lord Grey
de Ruthyn died here today. The
heir to his title and estates is his
brother, Cecil Clifton, Montana
E. Paso, Tex Sixty rebels
killed when 500 federals sent from
Ojinaga encountered 400 of Oroz-r
co's rebel army five miles from
Coyame. " l ;
WHY YOU SNORE " -Snoring
is often an indication
of the presence of a foreign sub
stance in the nasal cavities. Its
immediate cause is using the nose
and mouth to breathe with. ,
A person who is snoring is usu
ally lying with the mouth wide
open, and often oh the back. The
soft palate caught between the
two currents in nose and throat
"flutters back and forth. Many?
cures have been offered at dif
Frequently sleeping on the. side
helps. It is not a bad plan to
-wake persons who are snoring ;
loudly and get them to change 1
their position from back to side,
or from side to side. 3
Sometimes it is necessary to
remove spurs Or polyps from th
nose. Some people resort to nose
closing devices, but the objection
to these is that the "mouth would1
get dry. 's
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