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had "valuable information" for
the authorities. Been holding
conferences with them ever since.
Hiram Saylor, miner, Wyom
ing, 111., was standing under huge
rock when it fell. He didn't get
out in time.
W. H. Townsend, Macomb, 111.
who didn't know much about
drugs, drank laudanum to put
himself to sleep. He'll never
We were preparing to abdicate
the royal family of China with
full vgomp and circumstances
again today, but the managing
editor said there was a lot of real
Fire destroyed main part of
North Fork, W. Va., today. No
fire fighting apparatus. Fire just
had to burn itself out.
Lawrence Abbott, president of
Outlook, referred to Roosevelt at
Amherst college annual dinner at
Somerset hotel, Boston, last
night, and was answered by
Great efforts were made to pre
vail upon newspapermen present
ct the Amherst dinner "not to
mention the unfortunate inci
dent." But the newspapermen
have to earn their money that
Talking about Italy getting In
to trouble with France "We
trust that the government is pre
pared for any eventualities."
From editorial in the Paris Au
torite. Not to be outdone by Dean
Sumner, of Chicago, Dean Mar
ty n H. Hart, St. John's cathe
dral, DleriY,er? had .burglar.jn. his
home last night. Police called,,
but Denver police aren't muchxm
catching burglars, and he' es
caped. General G. B. Viljoen, Boer
war hero, has renounced Ameri
can citizenship, and taken out
Mexican papers. There's no ac
counting for tastes.
"Pure Food" Wiley is cleared,
exonerated, held without blame
or blemish, but, "Tama Jim" Wil
son still is secretary of the De
partment of Agriculture.
"Tama Jim" has grown on to
that job. And President Taftris
not agile enough to separate him
"Father does all the talking in
our family." Theodore Roose
velt, jr., between spasms of prais
ing California's climate. Father
The Duke of Connaught is
Democratic. He sometimes
Golda Secrest, 18, Kansas City,
Mo read that her pugilist sweet
heart, Rosolino Randazzo, had,
had to put off bout on account of
weak heart. Proposed to him.
Accepted. No more pugilizing.
Alvrida Bankham wore pretti
est clothes and had trimmest an
kle in South Boston up to yes
terday, when, he appeared in court
to explain why he had "played
girl" for two years.
Train wreck, Chanango Forks
station, N. Y. Minstrel troupe,
H. C. Hayes and Geo. P. Keely,
minstrels, dead. Mrs. Vogel, wife
of proprietor, dying.
Floyd Wright, former theolog
ical, student, jumped from second