f Washington. The'lower House
of congress adjourned today. All
the members told each other what
a grand session it had leen, and
how much they had done for the
New Yprk. John D. Archbold
sailed for Europe today. An-J
nounced he would bring libel suit
against Roosevelt for calling- him
Suit not to be filed until Arch
bold returns. M. E. Elliott, chief
of Standard Oil lawyers, will
Springfield, HI. Ruth Powers,
a white domestic from Pana, 111.,
found dead in the house of O. B. j
Caldwell, where she wtes employ
ed. Shot in the head.
IS Police searching for negro
chauffeur, Arthur Johnson, also
employed by Caldwell, who sud
denly disappeared today.
Sea Girt, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son's tampaign for the presidency
will at least be partially arranged
Monday forenoon in New York
city, according to announcement
made by the candidate here to
day. La Grosse, Wis. Reported
that Fred Herman, La Crosse,
now touring Europe, was arrest
ed by secret service men on sus
picion of being "Turkish spy.
La Crosse, Wis. Unknown
found wandering around claims
that Rockefeller owes him $19,7
000,000. Police think he is de
ranged. Apparently he's no crazier than
the United States government,,!
which once imagined that Rocke
feller owed us $29,000,000.
New York. Chairman Win.
F. McCombs, Democratic nation
al committee, may uever resume
manageemtn of presidential cam
paign. Physicians have told him he "
can't possibly return to desk for
month. Suffering from intestinal
Vice Chairman McAdoo may
assume real leadership.
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HELD, TO GRAND JURY
August Fenger, 846 N. 53d
ave.; Herman Belaw, 1729 Cor-"
tez St.; George Hanson, 2717J
Thomas St., and Louis Goldstein,
2700 Thomas st., four "boy ban
dits," all 177, were held to thev
grand jury by Judge Maxwell of
the Shakespeare ave. court, to
day. They were arrested Tuesday
night, in Humboldt park. All had
revolvers and black masks. When
brought to the station they con-
fessed to robbing the tea store
of Theodore Rasmussen, 2737 W.
.North ave., of merchandise and
money aggregating $250 on the
night of Aug. 12. On Aug. 18,
the quartette stole bicycle belong
ing to Morris Brown, 2700
Thomas st. They weer charged
with iurglary and grand larceny
Bonds fixed at $1,800 each.
Unsettled; probably showers
tonight or Sunday for Chicago
and vicinity;" moderate south
west and west winds.
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