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DOINGS OFTHE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Minneapolis, Minn. Body of
unidentified woman, about 55,
found on viaduct over railroad
tracks. Had been attacked and
then beaten and choked to death.
Denver. N a t h a n Schwartz'
statement that "beautiful make
up of women" led him to murder
Julia Connors has been subject of
discussion among clubwomen.
Washington. George R. Shel
don, New York, treasurer of Re
publican national committee,
1908, will testify before Senate in
vestigating committee next Tues
day. Madrid. Official- of Spanish
government confirmed report that
revolutionary uprising had brok
en out in Lisbon and Oporto.
St. Louis, Mo. -James L. Stew
art, 32, gambler, shot and killed
John Killian, 29, sport promoter.
Said he did it because Killian
suggested that he have Mrs.
Stewart go out on streets and
work for him.
Vancouver, B. C. Fire" which
threatened to destroy entire busi
ness section of city finally put un
der control after 14 hours' fight.
Total property loss estimated at
Denver, Col. Eugene T. Mil
der, who lured Georgianna Licht
enwalter to vacant, lot and shot
her, said he did it because her love
had grown cold when she discov
ered he was married. Girl will re
Evansville, Ind. Mrs. -Elizabeth
Carbough, 43, suicide. Car
bolic acid. Feared she was bur
iden on crippled husband
Washington. Wra. Mack, Bal
timore, who saved life of'palice
man by shooting assailant dead,
presented wjth medal by police
department of this city.
Milwaukee. Police received
message that 2 bodies were float
ing' Rushed out with grappling
hooks and rescued 2 milk cans.
Paris. Reported that revolu
tionists have started serious up
rising in Lisbon. Believed to be
anti-government republicans in
stead of royalists.
Washington, Herman Ridder,
armed with books and records o
1908 Democratic campaign, ap
peared before Senate investigat
ing committee today.
Total reecipts' were $620,644
and expenditures $619,641.
Bryan had given orders that
contribution over.$10,t)00 should
not be accepted.
Ridder said he evaded order by
giving $10,000 in own name and
$9,000 in name of each of his three
Tammany Hall sent $10,000.
Other contributors were: Samuel
Untermeyer, Delancey Nicoll and
Ex-Gov. Francis, Mo.
Asserted that August Belmont
and Thomas F. Ryan did not con
tribute. Cheyenne, Wyo. Districtt At
torney introduced large package
containing head of Mrs. J. War
ren Jenkins as evidence in trial of
husband, ' accused of murderjog
her to obtain $50,000 fortune.
Berne. Switzerland worrying
over now to protect German
Kaisec whenhe .arrjyesfor atfr.,