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Charles Honry Morgan, a former
member of congress front Missouri,
died at Joplin, aged sixty-nine.
An Associated Press dispatch from
Fargo, N. D., says: With the big
meeting of northwest democrats to
bo held in this city but two weeks
away, D. H. McArthur, chairman of
tho state democratic central "com
mittee, stated he expected more than
1,000 visitors. The meeting will
cover two days, January 17th
and 18th. Among the speakers on
tho program are, Judson Har
mon of Ohio, Martin J. Wade of
Iowa, Thomas Walsh of Helena,
Mont; Frank Pettigrew of South
Dakota and Governor Burke of
North Dakota. Mr. McArthur says
tho meeting to be held is in no one's
interest. Delegations will be present
from Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio,
Torth and South Dakota, Montana,
Oregon, Washington, Idaho and
Seven hundred imperial troops
were reported to have been killed
or wounded in a battle with Chinese
revolutionists. Many Chinamen in
America have left for home in order
to help their comrades.
A number of Omaha democrats
filed the name of William J. Bryan
with the Nebraska secretary of state
to be voted on for president at the
April primaries. The secretary of
state has made a ruling that no
man's name can go on the ballot
twice. Mr. Bryan is a candidate for
delegate at large to the national
convention and if this ruling held
good and the petition to have his
namo voted on for president were
not withdrawn Mr. Bryan will be
prevented from being a candidate at
large. Mr. A. A. Arter rl Omaha,
who filed the petition said he would
withdraw it if Mr. Bryan desired.
Charles W. Bryan protested against
the filing of the petition. A Charles
ton, S. C, dispatch, carried by the
Associated Press said: William
Jennings" Bryan, here en route to
Washington, commented on 'the ac
tion taken at Lincoln, Neb., when
his name was advanced for a posi
tion on the democratic presidential
preference primary ballot. He said:
"My brother did the proper thing
in entering a protest. They have no
business to put a man in as a candi
date unless ho wishes to be one."
His only reply as to whothr h
would be a candidate, was "I have
already expressed myself sufficiently."
by n vote of 81 to 11, but a motion
to indorse him as candidate for presi- .
dent was defeated by a vote of 52,
Claude V. Terrell of Trimble
county was elected speaker of the
Kentucky houso of representatives.
A dispatch from Odessa says that
efforts of the Zemstvo to organize a
boycott of American goods are meet
ing with small success owing to tho
popularity of American machinery. ,
The national association for tho
study and prevention of tuberculosis
spent $J4,500,000 last year. New
York state contributed $3,550,000 to
Paris is suffering from a series of
daring crimes, including murders.
In his will Judge Bartlett Tripp
leaves an estate valued at $100,000
to Yankton college, subject to annui
ties to certain relatives until their
Tho Havemeyer refineries of the
American Sugar Refining company in
Williamsburg, N. J., have shut down
and five thousand men havo been
thrown out of employment.
Capt. John Cussons is dead at his
fr?1' ,Glen Allen in Henrico county,
Virginia, where he had a house of
100 rooms. Captain Cussons was
chief of scouts under Stonewall
Jackson and General Lee.
Tho Ohio progressive republicans
met at nnmmfcna th, j x. ,
high tribute to Senator La Fojletto
James W. McDaniel, who was the
first literary advisor of Samuel L.
Clemens (Mark Twain) was found
dead in bed at his home in Hannibal,
Said Pasha has been unable to
form a new Turkish " ministry. A
dissolution of the chamber and a new
election of deputies is regarded afl
inevitable. " '
Salared Dowleh, brother of the '
former shah of Persia, defeated the
government forces under Azamed
Dowleh, who has taken refuge in the
British consulate at Kermanshah.
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