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New York. Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers and com
mittee of 50 railroad managers
will discuss wage increase July 1.
Washington, Somebody pre
sented Taft with" toy elephant.
'New London, Conn. Mrs.
JameS Jervey, Montclair, N. J.,
killed by explosion of engine on
launch while returning from the
Lisbon. One man-killed and
25 injured by explosion of five
bombs in Viot. Entire military
garrison ordered out.
Albany, N. Y. Court of ap
peals sustained decision of appel
late division ordering' Foulke E.
. Brandt, Setoff's valet, back to
Havana. Newspaper has open
ly accused Pres. Gomez of foster
ing revolution as political move,
Kansas City, Mo. Union Pa
cific grain elevator, Armourdale;
Kan., destroyedby fire. $500,000
;worth of grain lost.
Washington. Believed here
that Senate will affirm decision of
House judiciary committee and
ijnpeach Judge Archbald.
Washington. House passed
sundry civil appropriation bill,
Madison, Wis. Anson Case,
Baraboo, Wig., father of Mrs.
Robert LaFollette, died today.
Kansas City, Mo. James Mc
Menamin, 56, M. H. FTeischman
Co., jewelers, Chicago," arrested.
Charged with embezzling $6500
worth of diamonds from com
pany. New York, Mrs. O. H Bel
want has opened butter and egg
store and is selling goods at cost
to defeat trust.
Ortonville, Minn. Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad in
dicted in connection with wreck
at Odessa last winter, in which 10
persons were killed.
London. "William Wilkerson,
director large Sheffield concern
and earning salary of $7,500 year
ly, suicide on eve of niarriage, be
cause he thought he couldn't af
ford to marry. Left money to
New Orleans. New steamship
line, Pan-American Mail, will
connect New Orleans and South
NOT A MORMON.
"Why, you couldn't support
two on your salary:"
"I don't want two; the Jaw only
allows me one."
, o o
, Thomas A. Edison says that'
concrete shoes will be all the rage
soon. That'll be tough on sis' beau
if dad wears 'em.