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Denver. Latest returns indicate
Geo. A. Carlson, Rockefeller-Prohibition
candidate for Republican guber
natorial nomination has beaten Sam
D. Nickerson, choice of Guggenheim
A smelting interests.
Galveston. Grain movements to
foreign ports continue. 440,000 bush
els of wheat carried to Italy and
Spain on steamers Rygria and Ard
Des Moines. Well-dressed wo
man, 25, supposed to be Miss Nield,
Chicago, found dead in rooming
house here. Police investigating.
London. Prince Albert, second
son of King George and Queen Mary,
who was stricken with appendicitis
while serving as midshipman on bat
tleship Collingwood, operated upon.
Washington. Resolution appro
priating $1,000,000 to defray addi
tional expenses thrust upon Amer
ican embassies and legations
throughout belligerent countries in
Europe passed by senate.
London. Admiralty declared de
struction of Wilson liner Runo in
North Sea Sunday was due to viola
tion by her captain of rules laid down
for navigation of vessels through the
Washington. Heaviest decline in
custom duties since war began
shown in statement made by treas
ury dep't giving yesterday's receipts
as $618,326 against $1,645,967 year
P Simla, India. India's contribution
in men to European war in addition
' to regular British troops includes
70,000 native soldiers.
Washington. Pres. Wilson plan
ning week-end vacation to "summer
capital" at Cornish, N. Y.
New York. Expected Nassau
county grand jury will return new in
dictment against Mrs. Florence Car
man, already under indictment for
manslaughter in connection with J
mysterious shooting of Mrs. Louise
Bailey in office of Dr. Edwin Carman
Women clerks in the polling places
purified the men's talk. One man in
the eighth precinct of the First Ward
was told that his name had been
erased as a "suspect."
"Go down to the election commis
sioners and get reinstated," he was
"To h 1 with them," he exclaim
ed. "I was born in this ward and I "
He looked into the face of a wo
"Oh, excuse me, lady," he said. "I
didn't see you."
John Smith, 655 N. Clark st,
pinched for disorderly conduct, blam
ed election booze for his downfall.
"I got a little too enthusiastic over
election and drank too much last
night," he told Judge Sabath. "Don't
lock me up, judge, I want to vote.
Haven't missed fpr seven years."
"All right," said his honor. "Beat
it quick for the polls."
Eyesight gone and requiring the
aid of a marker to file his vote, Jas.
White, 1706 W. Erie st, 91 years old,
voted in the first precinct of the 14th
"I have voted at every opportunity
since I cast my first ballot for Frank
lin Pierce for president," said the
Seven saloonkeepers .pr bartenders
were pinched for keeping bars open
and selling drinks during hours when
the pdlls were open. Those pinched
were: John Collins, 670 W. Madison
St.; Edward Inskip, 2001 Hastings St.;
John Leonard, 4159 W. Congress st.;
Jas. Clare, 2923 Archer av.; Pat Sul
livan, 233 W. Superior st.; Frank Mc
Cauley, W. Kinzie and Orleans st,
and Jas. Leonard, W. Van Buren st.
and S. Krai av.
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