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St Paul, Minn. Edwin Iratell,
professional dancer, slipped on
. coal-hole cover. Broke ankle,
"-Wants $8,500 damages.
- Memphis. Edna Smith, 16,
fought for three hours with'squjr-
' rel, afflicted W,ith rabies. Fainted
1 -from loss of blood.
Belfast, Ireland. - Whitelaw
'Reid given freedom of city.
Kokomo, Ind. Rev. Dr. C. C.
Cissell, district superintendent
"Methodist Episcopal church, fell
" from grace, also from the church.
J Vincennes, Ind. Mrs. Harri-
'.son Cook lit fire with coal oil.
Atlantic City, N. J. Council
man "Doc" Dougherty under ar
rest. Accepted $500 bribe to pass
bill for $1,000,000 concrete walk.
Boston, Mass. Pierto Bonelli,
62, having made $50,000 grind
ing hand-organ'in U. S., has gone
back to Italy to spend it
Little Rock, Ark. Samuel
Brassfield, former policeman, ar
rested in Searcy, Ark., charged
with murder, here, of Paul Coul
ter, 9 months.
Birighamton, N. Y; Mrs.
Mary Dubai, suffragist, given 3
months in "pen." Thrashed her
Ruthford, N. J.-Wm. E. Wal
ler, dfy goods dealer, has come
into title and lands of Sir Chas.
Waller, Bart, Ireland. Will slay
Geneva, N. Y. Henry Guard,
wealthy citizen, struck wife over
head, and shot and wounded self
behind ear. Both in serious con
ditiqn. . J
- Berlin.- All ships flying Ger
man flag will be compelled to car
ry wireless apparatus with radius
of at least 100 miles, after Oct 1.
New York. Hampton's Maga
zine has suspended publication.
Champ Clark loses $4,000.
New York. Boy returned
$100,000 to woman owner on Ho
boken pier. Kissed hitn and gave
him a quarter all for himself.
Newark, N. J. Father ar
raigned for cutting hair of Edna
Palmer, 19, said he did it to save
New York. Announced that
Taft campaign quarters here have
closed up because fund is used up.
Yonkers,. N. Y. Harry Zigler
looked into bromo seltzer bottle.
Massilion, O. Students who
smoke will not be allowed to
graduate from public schools
Bellingham, Wash. 6 young
women sworn in as special police
to arrest mashers.
New York. Kitty Gordon,
famous actress, and daughter,
Vera, 10r sailed for England. Rec
onciled' to former husband, Lord
Lisbon. 2 bombs exploded in
Street. 2 persons injured. Great
Dayton, O. Funeral of Wil
bur Wright will probably be held
tomorrow. Interment at Wood
Peoria, 111. Peoria and Pekin
Union-railway denied Chicago &
Alton trains, carrying U. S. mail,
use of tracks. Government to investigate.