Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
ford it ought to adopt a baby?"
"Isn't he th clever little sug
gester?" said Mr. Darling. "And
when the bachelor gets married
what is he going to tell his wife
about the baby?"
"The Chicago doctor," said
Mrs. Darling, reading the item
over again, "doesn't sayanything
BITS OF NEWS.
Los Angeles. Body of mur
dered preacher found in San,
Pedro harbor. Hands tied behind
back. Skull fra'ctured in two
places. Not yet identified.
Milwaukee. Pioneer Limited,
coast train of C, M. & St. P., de
railed near La Moille, Minn. Wil
liam West, drummer, badly in
jured. Washout cause of accident.
St. Louis. Pitcher Brennan,
Philadelphia Nationals, wanted
alcohol rub after yesterday's
' game. Sunday "lid." 'Brennan
had to get copper to buy alcohol
El Pasor Tex. Rebel leaders
here do not expect general en
gagement between .Orozco's reb
els and federals under Huertaat
Rellano before tomorrow. Juarez
garrison being strengthened ift
expectation of f ederal siege.
London. Crowd of women at
tended Board of Trade inquiry in
to Titanic disaster today to hear
Lady Duff-Gordon testify. De
nied New York American story
that she and her husband prevent
ed their boat going back to res
Cherbourg, France. Wireless
message from ,North German
Lloyd liner Kron Princessin Ce
cilie, due today from New York,
tells of delay to pick up wreckage.
No mention of what wreckage or
if any survivors.
Colorado Springs, CoL Philip
B. Stewart, one 1 of the closest
friends of Roosevelt in West, to
day announced candidacy for Re
publican nomination .for gover
nor of Colorado.
That sort of looks as if T. R.
feels sure of being nominated at
Chicago, and wants to build up a
machine in Colorado for Novem
ber. Seattle, Wash. Two dead, 40
injured, byvcollapse of temporary
gang plank at Colman dock.
Steamer discharging passengers ;
gang plank broke; 60 fell inta
water. All rescued alive but Carf
Bruder, l.year old, and Mrs. Gi
V Learned. -
LaRose, 111. Gasoline lighting
plant in home of Mr. and Mrsi
Wm. Kamp. Cigarette. Mar4
garet Kamp,' 16, burned to deatlu
MayKjamp, 19, Mr. and Mrs.
Kamp and Jones Tontz, badly
LaCrosse, Wis. Heavy steel
bridge on Chicago & Northwest
ern at Minnesota City washed
out. Traffic tied up. Tunnels af
Wilson, Elroy and NorwalkJ
closed by washouts, cleared. t
LaCrosse, Wis. All telephonef .
connection with this city destroy
ed by storm which swept ovec
southern Minnesota and Wiscoml
sin today. Damage in country beb
lievdriQ--b greatt ff
'ij r,?TT I'i&fBbnflt dffV i i'i n i ii- tJL.'
r -X l .. t. ""
V,a. MjiairfcMttAnvja ..-