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dered awa yfrdm hospital after
operation and was drowned in
Paris, 111. -Lena Routledge, 20,
Newman, 111., killed by lightning.
Pittsburg, Pa. Mark M. Pom
eroy, ass't cashier Citizens' Na
tional bank, Port of Alleghany,
Pa., arrested. Alleged to have
St. Louis. Dominico Amello,
convicted of sending "Black
Hand" letter, sentenced to 5
London. Titanic board of in
quiry finished hearing yesterday.
Will report within a few days.
Washington. Rumored that
Edward T. Stotesbury will suc
ceed Whitelaw Reid as ambassa
dor at London.
White Plains, N. Y. Dr. Car
los B. MacDonald is latest alien
ist to say that Harry Thaw is in
sane. Pittsburg, Pa. Andrew W.
Mellon, banker, granted divorce
from Nora McMullin Mellon.
Baden, I. F. Mrs. H. H. Dwy
er killed and husband and daugh
ter seriously injured. Train struck
Jacksonville, 111. George and
Byron Fisher badly burned. Can
Washington. James A. Sam
ple, South Bend, Ind., appointed
cashier of U. S. treasury.
Paris. Prince Ludoyic Pigna
telli shot self in chest in attempt
ed suicide. May recover, but will
be crippled for life.
New York. Small boy threw
stone at Roosevelt carriage,
striking Mrs. Roosevelt. Teddy
got but of car with Big Stick, in
tentions, but could not find boy.
Camden, N.J. Miss Adams
killed, Fannie Wisham and Mrs.
Emma Adams dangerously in
jured, and Edward Stokes, father
of former Gov. Stokes, badly
bruised when auto was struck by
electric train at Malaga.
New York. 414 women pa
tients of Manhattan insane asy
lum saved when flames threaten
ed to destroy building.
London. Frank Sangorski,
noted bookbinder, drowned after
saving woman from like fate.
Little Rock, Ark. Gov. Don
aghey favors amendment to state
constitution what would deprive
100,000 negroes of Arkansas of
Fond du Lac, Wis. Clarence
Schmidt, 9, while watching mov
ing picture show, struck in head
by stray bullet from shooting
gallery. Will die.
Ardmore, Okla. Hickman
Johnny, Chickasaw Indian, dead;
Henry Kiel, squawman, will-die,
and-Hickman Willis, Choctaw, is
in jail as result of knife fight over
Daniel Callahan, alias Calhoun,
will be brought back from St.
Louis and charged with robbery
of Edward Alberti's jewelry
store, 1246 Milwaukee ave., April
26. $10,000 worth of diamonds
Mrs. Paul Gores, wife of ass't.
mgr. Congress hotel, delivered
address of welcome at annual
banquet Greeters of America.