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July4, confirmed rumor that prin
cipals have agreed on Jack Welch
Baltimore. Irene Wisner, 10,
suicide. Saturated clothes with
oil and then set fire to them. Fear
ed punishment because of school
South" Norwalk, Conn. Eagle
measuring 7 feet from tip to tip
seized Emma Trewald, 8, with
claws; started to fly away. Father
Lexington, Ky. John H. Mc
namara, wanted since Feb., 1889,
for murder of James S.. Keller, ar
rested in Louisville yesterday.
Brought here today.
Mexico City. Pedro Leon,
leader of band of rebels, shot to
death by federal troops.
Greenup, 111. James Boots, 15,
member of camping party, killed.
Atlantic City. M. K. Barnum,
Chicago, elected vice president
Master Car Builders' Ass'n.
Steubenville, O. Bandits raid
ed town of Parlett. Blew postof
fice -safe. Got $500. Robbed rail
road ticket office. Escaped.
Baltimore. Tammany Hall
representatives will come to Dem
ocratic convention prepared to
wage fight against Woodrow
St Paul. Rev. Justus H. Neu
mann, Wood's Lake, Minn., elect
ed president German Lutheran
synod of Minnesota.
Baltimore. David M. New
bold, Republican presidential
elector, said that 7 of 8 Maryland
electors will cast vote for Roosevelt
Washington. Reps. Shirley,
Kentucky, and Lafferty, Oregon,
clashed on House floor over land
fraud unearthed by recent coal
scandals in Alaska.
Lafferty wanted to cut $500,000
appropriation for secret agents of
government who gathered this
Reno,Nev. George Wingfield,
millionaire mine operator, chosen
by Gov. Oddie as U. S. senator to
replace late George S.r Nixon.
May decline office. Too busy.
Ottawa, Ont Canadian pecK
pie protesting over the proposed
return of the American gun cap
tured at Bunker Hill.
They figure that as the United
States holds the hill they should
be allowed to keep the only thing
they managed to get out of the
Oconto, Wis. Anna Christian
son, 9, on trial for giving poisoned
candy to little Harvey Peters.
Family of dead boy aiding her de
.Boston. Capt Richard Swain,
76, honorary member Japanese
Naval Reserves, returned home to
cast first vote for president
Undecided as to whom he will
give it to.
New York. Heirs of Esther
Turk protested against Isador
Turk as executor of estate be
cause he's spendthrift Judge de
cided in Turk's favor, saying man
has right to be spendthrift if he
felt like it.
Cleveland. Burihy hug,-turkey
trot and other dances of similar
nature condemned by National