Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
. LATH NEWS
Mattoon, Hi. A noisy engine,
which kept blowing off steam just
adjacent to wheef-Col, Roosevelt
stood to address a , crowd here,
made it almost impossible for him
to -make himself heard.
"But we can beat an engine
with a Bull Moose," the candidate
yelled. The crowd cheered in ap
proval. New York. Harry Gordon,
18, collector for milk concern, of
fered, to take kisses in place cash.
Arrested. $500 bail.
Wheeling, W. Va. Toll of
death from yesterday's storm in
Northern W. Virginia and West
ern Pennsylvania will run from
40 to 50.
New York. Announced that
Republican national committee
on or about October 15 will make
public a complete list of all con
East Cambridge, Mass. Re
quired a Caesarian operation to
bring into the 'world twin-daughters
of Mrs. Harrq Mersereau, 22.
Both babies and mother are do
Winnipeg, Man. One man, his
daughter and a woman drowned
in Island lake, near Gainsford,
Alberta, while rowing in a party
of four. Squall turned boat over.
Woman'si husband was rescued.
South St. Paul, Minn. Veal
calves sold at 9.25 per hundred
weight today. Highest price ever
Washington. British govern
ment cabled denial of demand for
arbitration of Panama canal toll
question. State department ofii
cial said it would be up to Pres. ,
Taf t anyhow.
Columbus, O. Henry r A.
'Eaves, of San Antonio, Tex", ar
rested for passing bad checks,
asked police for revolver' with
which to blow out his brains.
Cambridge, Eng. Daughter
born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gug
genheim, former a son of Daniel
Grand Rapids, Mich. Police
are searching for four men charg
ed of selling intoxicating liquor
to Karl Kalkbrenner, 17, who.
drowned in a swimming poolat
Kansas City, Mo. Case ofDr.
B. C. Hyde, charged with murder
of C.ol. Thos. H. Swope, his wife's
uncle, was" again continued today.
Thursday, Judge Porterfield
will rule on request of state that
third trial go over to January
Dissolution of Chicago Butter
and Egg Board under Sherman
law to be asked by U. 5. District
Attorney Wilkerson at Sept.'ses
sion of federal grand jury. Pro
secution of officials under crim
inal section will be demanded.
Raleigh Shields and Arthur
Scott fought over affections of jl
woman. Shields shot Provident
Ho'spital. Scott arrested.
Generally fair tonight and
Wednesday for Chicago and vi
cinity; warmer Wednesday:mqjd
erate east to south winds.