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Ml! ijlifli cnomioH. Tho convention indorsed
lIjIllllHF Oscar W. Underwood Tor presidential
HlnBffinl nominco according to tho result of
Bill uiWSL tho primary.
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Tho Methodist gononil conforonco
closed its sessions at Minneapolis,
An Associated Press dispatch,
dated Chicago, May 29, says: Profits
of owners of disorderly resorts In
Chicago are $10,000,000 a year, ac
cording to Walter T. Sumner, dean of
tho cathedral of Saints Peter and
Paul and chairman of the Chicago
vico commission, in an address before
tho annual convention of tho mayors
of Illinois. Doan Sumnor appealed
to the mayors to suppress the social
ovll. "I do not agree," said he,
"with those who say that tho vice
can not ho entirely suppressed. I
deny that tho ovll is a hlologlcal
necessity." Ho load statistics to
show that 00 per cent of the sup
porters of tho evil were married men.
Henry Rodman, a crippled veteran,
climbed a stairway and pulled down
a rod flag floating abovo the stars
and stripes from tho socialist head
quarters at Muscatine, Iowa, on
Memorial day. His act was cheered
by the crowd which had gathered.
Wilbur Wright, the famous aero
plane Inventor, died early the morn
ing of May 30 at his homo In Day
ton, Ohio, from typhoid fever, from
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which ho had been desperately 111
for some time. Wilbur Wright was
born in Henry county, Indiana, April
10, 1807. Ho was seized with ty
phoid May 4, while on a business
trip in the east. .
.Too Dawson won tho second in
ternational 500-mllo sweepstakes
automobile race at Indianapolis,
May 30, In the record timo of six
hours, twenty-one minutes and six
William J. Bryan delivered the
Memorial day address at Omaha.
The principal exercises in honor of
the day were a meeting at the audi
torium, which filled the big building
to its capacity, and tho launching of
a miniature gunboat on the Missouri
river,, londed with llowers.
Colonel Roosevelt delivered tho
Memorial day address at Gettysburg.
Rhode Island democrats were in
structed for Champ Clark.
Mr. Roosevelt has issued a state
ment to tho effect that he has been
advised by the Illinois delegation not
to fight Blihu Root for temporary
chairman. Ho says he will tako it
under consideration.
A Chicago dispatch, carried by tho
Associated Press, says: Friends of
Colonel Roosevelt announced that
Select Your Choice of Two
?.5? ?me ?Tacl to Erin Mooro
222 Dear Heart Mattel
227 Flowers That ttloom in
Spring ; Sulllvun
242 Lust Rose of Summer.... Mooro
2G7 Still us tho Night..: . Bohm
27D When You and I Were Young
Maggie ButtorfffOfi
305 How'cl You Like to Bo My
Beau (u sweet llttlo lovo
SOng) Phil Rnrr
306 I've a World of Love In My
Heart for You Phil "Rnrr
307 Sing Love's Old Sweet Song
A en ten 1) t . ?
"bum vtit;. auns success)
308 Vision' ' of ' Eden ' Vsa'crod"118
Song Monnr tf
309 When Everything Was Sun
shine WonrJ
310 When First I Suw tho Love-
light in Your Eyes Wood
, i Frangesa March Costa
12 Barcarolle (From Tales of
40 EvnWtar' (Tannhur?-11
14C Poet und Peasant (Over
ture) r
314 College March MedloyV.Hawe?
325 Loving Hearts (Tone i room) i ,
333 Sweet Meditations (A chamir
oft ,," rovorio) ......... Vav
328 Moonbeams on tho Lake
312 At' 'Sundown,' ,Rovori?lt("fiSPlpk
SUCCOSS) -... ;. Wilson
the first real test of strength be
tween their candidate and President
Taft will commence Thursday, when
R. B. Howell of Omaha, national re
publican committeeman-elect from
Nebraska, will demand to be seated
as the- successor of Victor Rose
water, acting chairman of the na
tional republican committee, prior to
the hearing of contests by that body.
The Roosevelt managers are pre
pared to make a determined fight to
have Mr. Howell seated, and if they
succeed they will demand that Bor
den D. Whiting of New Jersey,
Thomas K. Niedringhaus of Missouri
and other national committeemen
elect, chosen either by direct pri
mary or state convention, be
seated. By this means, they may
succeed in controlling the national
committee and deciding whether
Senator Elihu Root of New York
shall bo recommended as temporary
chairman of the convention.
Harry S. New, chairman of the
sub-committee on arrangements for
the convention; declined to discuss
the plans of the Roosevelt leaders,
but intimated that he believed the
national committee would not seat
Mr. Howell or any other of the na
tional committeemen-elect until
after the adjournment of the con
vention. He also expressed the
opinion that the national committee
would approve the selection of Sena
tor Root as temporary chairman and
indorse the plan adopted for the
distribution of convention tickets.
Philip Q. Parmalee. one of the
Wright aviators, lost his life, while
making an ascent at North Yakima,
Wash. . 7
D. H. Burham, a noted Chicago
architect, died at Heidelbu'rg, Ger
many. "" ' '
Miss Mary Bartelmehas been ap
pointed assistant judge of the ju
venile court in Chicago.
The name of Governor Simeon B.
Baldwin of Connecticut will be pre
sented for the democratic presiden
tial nomination. Henry Wade Rogers,
dean of the Yale law school, will
make the nomination speech. .,
The Wisconsin delegation, which
is to support Senator La Follette, has
replied to an inquiry from William
.tiarnes, jr., or New York, saying it
will not support Elihu Root for tem
porary chairman.
American marines are ready to
land at Daiquiri, Cuba.
A total of 14,000 waiters have
gone out in a New York City strike
A number of hotels and restaurants
have been compelled to close because
of inability to serve their patrons.
The Cincinnati Enauiror Anva i,t
Judson Harmon's majority in Ohio
will be 6,000.
A number of Atlantic City N J
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practices. The evidence against the
men was gathered by a dictajrranh
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and it is said that the conversations
taken by this machine are of excep
tional interest. l
A special federal trrnna i i.-..
been ordered for June 10, by United
States District Judge Carpenter of
Chicago. Federal officials were silent
on the reason for summoning the
jurors and would neither affirm or
deny that tho new jury would be
asked to investigate the list of wit
nesses in tho, recent packers' trial.
An Associated Press disn.nrnh e
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mon 100,090 vo,tes again 89,116 for
Governor Wilson of New Jersey.
Governor Harmon's plurality is 10,
983. Colonel William J. Bryan re
ceived 2,490 votes, just one more
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