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stars along behind that of Jeffer
son and Jackson, is that of Wil
liam Jennings Bryan, of Nebras
ka." The reference to Bryan brought
a tremendous burst of applause,
in midst of which, Robert M. La
Follette of Wisconsin came on
the platfor mas an invited guest.
9 The convention then adjourned
until 8 o'clock, when it will pro
ceed with the nominations.
PLANS UNDER WAY
4 New York, June 27. After
Roosevelt's declaration that he
h'imself would lead the new pro
gressive party and that no com
promise leader wduld be accept
able to him, Senator Dixon met
with the progressive leaders at
the Hotel Manhattan today.
The principal persons present
were: George W. Perkins, Comp
troller Prendergast and Frank A.
Dixon said plans for organiza
tion of the new party were well
under way, and refused to com
ment on Roosevelt's statement
that he accepted the Orchestra
haU nomination in good faith and
would abdicate in favor of no
"All this talk of the incivility
of man toward woman is rubbish.
This morning in the car three
men offered me their seats."
"Did you take them, auntie ?"
Edison and most babies-think
four hours' sleep per night is
enough for any man "
Striking freight handlers, at
their meeting this morning, de
cided'to reconsider the offer pf
the General Managers' Associa
tion, acting for the affected rail
roads, to put back to wprk 1,800
men before July 31.
Glen Cove, N. Y. James Dar
by, golfer, drowned after saving
life of caddy,, 9, who had fallen
into pond. Cramps.
Mechanicsville, Conn. 550
operatives of French River Tex
tile Co. have gone back to work
and ended 5 weeks' strike. Com
pany officials boast that not one
demand was granted.
Sea Captain I was once on an
island inhabited by wild women
who had no tongues.' '
SheWhy, how could they
Sea Captain They coukja't;
that's what made 'em,wiJcU
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