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New Brunswick, N, J. New
Brunswick Cigar Co. closed on
account of strike of 1,000 of 2,5,00
employes, mostly women. In
crease in wages demanded.
Madison, Wis. Gov. McGov-
ern has appointed D. L. Gates,
Superior, Wis., member of board
.of normal, regents, to succeed
Charles H. Crownhart.
Camden, N. J. Dr. Howard
W Hewett, wealthy veterinary,
shot and killed himself. Worried
because auto had recently ran
down and killed man. .
Lincoln, Neb. William J. Bry-
- raft's Nebraska supporters ,have
sent telegram asking him to
accept Democratic nomination
for president if it is tenderd him.
-Los Angeles: Riot occurred in
(FederaJ bldg. following convic
tion of 4 revolutionary leaders on
charge of having violated Ameri
can neutrality law. 100 sympa
thies attacked police.
Rockford, 111. Gladys White
headTl8, found burglar in-home
and marched him out at point of
-Danville, Ky. Hartwell Eth-
erington, father of Carl Ethenng
ton, who Was lynched at Newark,
0., 3 ears ago, blew out brains
with shotgun. Brooded over son's
New York. Striking fur-work-ersfound
reduction in. pay when
they called for enveloped Insult
ed by company's guards.
Warm water running on the
wrist and hot cloths applied on
back of neck will help cure nerv
SUPPORT FOR T. R.
Oyster Bay, June 26. Colonel
Roosevelt is receiving great
stacks of telegrams and letters
endorsing the new party plan
from all parts of the country.
The writers volunteer sup
port. Many have sent money to
help pay the organizatiori ex
penses. One writer, whose name
was not given out, sent $1,500.
Roosevelt went horseback rid
ing today. He said he wanted lots
of fresh air after being cooped up
in a hotel at Chicago.
"I am going to give them a
good deal more trouble than they
think," said Colonel Roosevelt to
day. He said he knew Judge Ben
Lindsey was in Baltimore, but did
not know that Francis J. Heney
and Charles R. Crane, Roosevelt
supporters, were also there.
"I haven't any idea what they're
doing there," he said, "but I do
know that Lindsey is for Bryan "
"FINK" UNION A FIZZLE
The trust newspapers are hav
ing a sweet little time with their
own private newsboys' "union,"
formed .by trust circulation
The "union" was formed Mon
day nisfht. Yesterday twenty
boys who have been selling trust
papers struck, claiming they did
not receive the wages they were
promised. According to one of
the boys, they were to receive $2
a morning. When they tried to
collect their money the amount
had shrunk td 75 cents, and in
some cases 50 cents..