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13 persons killed and 20-injured
when fast silk train crashed, into
Columbian Limited, crack Coast
to Chicago train of Milwaukee &
St. Paul railroad at Odessa, Minn.
President Taft today notified,
Russia that 1832 treaty will be
abrogated as it is "obsolete"
Taft thus took matter out of
hands of senate, and prevented
giving offense to Russia through
the adoption of resolution which
Russja considers insulting.
One man killed and three injur-
ed in wreck on Kansas City and
Western trolley line, Kansas City
I After having preached and
prayed for ten hours yesterday,
Rev. Frank W. Sandfqrd, head of
Holy Ghost and Us society, today
was sentenced to ten years at
hard labor for manslaughter of 6
of his followers.
Dr. Chas. Horace Mayo, N. Y.,
who with his brher operated on
1,325 persons for appendicitis last
year, is recovering from one of
Director Bean, Washington
Park Zoo, Milwaukee, says Kip
ling was perfectly right when he
said "the female of the species is
more deadly than the male."
"A female," says Bean, "will
lose her temper more easily, is
more stealthy and cunning and
'will attack and fight with much
more ferocity than the male."
We think Director Bean talks
too much. He's liab'le to get some
firsthand information on the sub
ject. , '
Representatives of Chinese im-
perialists and rebels met at
Shanghai at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, to discuss plans for restora
tion of peace in China.
Reports from Shanghai at 10:01
o'clock state that "considerable
friction already has developed." s
Goy. West, Oregon, left gov-;
ernors' congress, St.Paul. Minn.;
today to go and see convict
Gov. West put handful of con
victs to work on mountain roads
of Oregon without guards of any
sort last summer. He put them
on their honor and said: "I'll
be up to see you Christmas."
Kane County, 111., jury sen
tenced Henry Morris to life im
prisonment for murder of his
paramour with stipulation that he
be thrown into dungeon and fed
on bread and water on each an
niversary of killing.
Donacio Espalin, 80 years old
was acquitted of murder he was
alleged to have committed 36
years ago at Albuqurque, .N. Ml
Espalin fled to Mexicp shortly af
ter slaying, and was arrested re
cently when he returned to this
Archbishop John Ireland, who
will have completed 50 years in
priesthood Thursday, will not
permit any public observance of
Burglars used coffin as step
ladder to gain entrance to jewelry
store at New Haven, Conn. 4
J. E. Darling, who stole more
than 200 suitcases from various
depots, was sentenced to 1 and
1-2 years in flCeavenwQrth peni-
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