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rebellion is practically over and
that American warships have
Breslau, Prussia. 8 members
of picnic party killed when train
struck their wagon.
Washington. House unani
mously passed resolution of confi
dence in integrity of Champ
Minneapolis. Twin City
Rapid Transit company has
granted raise amounting to 10
per cent, to 2,000 men.
Washington. Oscar Under
wood announced that he would
not go to Baltimore unless they
send for-him to approve platform.
Liberty, Mo. 800 Missourians
of this district sent telegram toj
delegate at Baltimore who repre
sents them, instructing him to
vote for Clark until released by
Green Bay, Wis. J. H. Rupi
per, member of county board,
died from fractured skull sus
tained yesterday in runaway.
Clear Lake, la. Mrs. John
Stewart, wife of wealthy citizen,
drowned herself in Clear Lake.
Detroit, Mich. Fire destroy
ed Detroit Seamless Tube Co."
Seattle, Wash. A. J. Nord
skog, detective, testifying before
House judiciary sub-committee
that is investigating Judge Han
ford, said that jurist drank every
evening and on one occasion he
Minneapolis. Mrs. Carl Nord,
18, struck and killed by lightning
while etanding in barn door. Mar
ri?L 3,mpnthsv :
San Francisco. Delegates at
tending General Federation of
Women's club are becoming
bored. Now gather in small
groups and gossip.
Washington. After Baltimore
convention, 'congress will con
sider Sen. Martine's proposal to
buy Thomas Jefferson's old home'
Trenton, N. J. Ed Schmerber,
Jr., Newark, and Gabriel Holle,
Paterson, arrested, charged, with
using U. S. mails for forming
baseball pools in violation of an-'
ti-lottery law. Pleaded "not
London. Caleb J. Milne, Ger
mantown, Pa., who was struck by
taxicabi is dying at Charing.
Baltimore, Md. George Hoff
man, 27, probationary policeman,
confessed that he had twice rob
bed Chinese laundryman, to get
money to pay debts. x
Bloomsburg, Pa. 10 months
old son of Mrs. Ruben Hess
strangled to death when apron
strings caught on handle of
Columbus, O. Arthur L. Gar
ford, Elyria, will be Roosevelt's
candidate for governor of Ohio.
LaCrosse, Wis. Joseph Haer,
W. A. Hill, anct Charles Hol
lander, government employes,
drowned in Mississippi between
here and Prajrie du Chien, when,
bureau did not come into exist
ence today as announced, because
of failure of congress to appro