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asked to attend a Jefferson day
Oyster Bay. U. S. Sen. Jos.
M, Dixon, national chairman o
the Progressive party-, arrived at
Sagamore Hill today .to confer
with Col. Roosevelt before he
starts back for Montana, where
he has been defeated for re-election.
Washington. Uncle Sam to
day officially put the ban on New
England variety of Christmas
trees. They were included in the
scope of the quarantine order, be
cause of fear that moths and
other insects may be carried over
Milwaukee. Opening session
of the 60th annual convention of
Wisconsin Teachers' Ass'n was
welcomed by Mayor Bading here
Milwaukee. Richard Schoen
berger, 48, took knife out in front
of large crowd in business dis
trict and cut his throat and fell
bleeding to the ground. May rel
Elkhart Lake, Wis. Anson
Barber, seriously wounded when
Carl Opitz, Crystal Lake, shot
him during a quarrel. Opitz ar
rested. Washington. Gov. H. S. Had
ley, Missouri, arrived here today
to visit Pres. Taft and Attorney
Berlin. German gunboat Pan
ther ordered to Liberia to protect
German interests in event of up
rising among natives.
Berlin. Lieut. Altricher and
his engineer, Meyer, killed when
biplane fell 60 feet.
New York. Crank driven
from neighborhood when he tried
to climb over wall surrounding
Andrew Carnegie's residence.
New York. "Red Phil" Dav
idson, confessed murderer of "Big
Jack" Zeliz, sentenced to not less
than thirty years.
Cambridge, Mass. Rev. Hen
ry S. Nash, Cambridge Theolog
ical School, famous New Testa
ment authority, is dead.
Washington. Harry H. Dunn,
American newspaper man, who
was imprisoned for 36 hours in
Mexican dungeons, to ask dam
ages. New York. Adeline Genee,
famous dancer, arrived with 500
San .Francisco. 15,000 per
sons on board 50 ships received
election returns on Pacific ocean.
Beaumont, Tex. Fire de
stroyed plant of Galloway Lum
ber Company, scene of several
labor riots last July. $100,000 loss.
Humboldt, la. August Wei
bel, merchant, killed and wife
probably fatally injured when
Mason City, la. Willis Ryan,
19, brakeman on Milwaukee road,
killed by train at Sexton.
Berlin. Dr. Friederich F.
Friedmann announced at meeting
6f Berlin Medical Society that he
.had found cure for tuberculosis.
Omaha. Tony Jannus started
aeroplane flight from this city to
St. Louis. David R. Francis,
Jr., son of fornler Missouri gov
ernor, sued for divorce. Vife