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vedlock will soon be. given same
property rights as those of mar
ried parents if law 'now up for
passage by Austrian parliament
Paris. There hasheen serious
uprisings in Lisbon and Oporto,
but owing to strict Censorships,
reports are unavailable.
Jackson, Mich. Progressive
state convention bowed to Roose
velt's wishes and nominated en
tire state ticket as well as elec
tors. Sen. Dixon spoke on behalf of
Somebody referred to Wilson
as "rose blossoming on refuse
Madison, Wis. A. T. Rogers,
STARTING IN TIME.
"What's that foundation they
are laying over there?"
"That's where we're building a
monument to celebrate the 100th
anniversary of this town."
"But this town is only 10 years
old. Aren't you fellows going to
get it finished too soon ?''
"Nope; you see, it's being built
by popular subscription."
LaFollette's law partner, Repub
lican national committeeman
from Wisconsin, has refused to
serve on Taft advisory commit
tee. Taken as indication that La
Follette and his followers will
support neither T(aft or Roose
velt. New York. Police discovered
letters on body of Mrs. Florence
Hopp, who was found shot to
death in hotel room. Geo. R.
Harkness, real estate dealer, who
was with her, claimed shooting
. Harkness has wife and child.
Mrs. Hopp's letters referred to
him as "darling husband."
Paterson, N. J. Fire destroy
ed ice house of Mountain Ice Co.,
Lake Hopatoong. 20,000 tons of
ice lost. $100,000 damage.
Buffalo, N. Y. Dave Regan,
winner of last year's Henley at
St. Catherine's, Ont., seriously in
jured when 4-oared shell cut his
single in two.
Jackson, Mich. Friends of
Gov. Osborn will try to secure en
dorsement of him at progressive
Osborne reecntly gave Teddy
cold shbulder and announced in
tention of supporting Wilson.
Utica, N. Y. Double wedding
was celebrated by prisoners in
Oneida county jail.
New York. Robert Kinsella
had his right arm drawn into
drain pipe, forcing him under 16
inches of water. Drowned.
New Yorki-Salvadore Loddie
became peeved because passing
cars washed water into his cellar,
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