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mate to the public that Theodore
is a liar.
One of the most interesting ex
hibitions in some time was the in
jection of harmony given the
Democratic party yesterday by
William Randolph Hearst forces.
Heavy Rains at Tallulah, La.,
have intensified terrible suffer
ings of flood refugees.
Mrs. Janet F. Kroeck, New
York, lost suit for divorce against
her husband. Kroeck said his
wife was writer and speaker of
"the home beautiful," but was
shy at darning socks and cook
ing. Harry K. Thaw will have a
hearing as to his sanity before su
preme court of New York in
Digging in ruins of a fife that
burned the village of Waterford,
Wis.. IS vears aero. Alfred Noll.
unearthed $620, two g6ldrrings
and a watch that belonged to his
Score of persons hurt in derail
ment of Rock Island train from
Limon, Co'l., to Pueblo, at Cuba',
a small slation. No Chicagoans
Connecticut state convention
at New Haven today is favorable
to Taft and a delegation instruct
ed for the president will probably
Miss Harriet Quimby, the
"American woman aviator, today
'crossed English chanenl in aero
plane. First woman to accom
plish feat alone. Miss Quimby
will make return trip from
France to England as soon as
jnachine'is overhauled, '
Mrs. Clahre Pawling Plummer,
head of Bide-a-Wee home, At
lantic City, has won her suit for
one-third of the $500,000 estate
left -by George W. Eccleston, a
supposed vagrant. She befriend
ed the man.
Percy My guide says there's
salmon in this stream, but he
ca;n'l joke.' me, ctaichaknovt
salmon comes in tins.
V o o-
A Brilliant Brakeman.
A brakeman who had not been
long employed, was going up a
very steep grade on his first run.
With unusual difficulty the en
gineer succeeded in reaching the
top. At the station, looking out
of his cab, the engineer saw the
new brakeman, and said with a
sigh of relief:
"I tell you what, my lad, ve
had a job to get up here, didn't
""We certainly did," Said the
brakeman "and if I hadn't put
on the brakes we'd have slipped
back.' . 1