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several hundred pounds of black
powder at Nevada Consolidated
mine. Bodies blown to fragments.
Ossining, N. Y. George Wil
liams, negro; Guiseppi Carielli
and Santa Zanzara electrocuted
in Sing Sing prison.
St. Johns, N. F. Whale ram
med steamer Empire. Crew of 60
and passengers forced to .take to
life boats. ""
Rhinebeck, N. -Y. Vincent
'Astor is real popular here now.
Gave village new baseball park.
Boston, Mass. Goy. Foss has
set record for number of pardons
he has granted prisoners. 77 par
doned first year and 55 so far this
St. Petersburg. 60 persons
burned to death in fire at sugar
factory near Lipex.
Cleveland, O. R6bert Thibo
deau, 18, balloonist, drowned in
"Fairmont reservoir, when para
chute cut adrift 1,000 feet in air.
St. Paul, Minn. 16 persons
were drowned in various parts of
northwest Sunday -while seeking
relief in water from heat.
Geneva, Switzerland. Emile
Fischer, young mechanic and ar-
,dent socialist, has inherited $130,-
.000 from estate of New York
Maysville, Ky. S. E. Pollitt,
Minerva, Ky., deaf for several
years, sneezed so yiolentjy he re
Areola, 111. John H. Seltz,
farmer, kicked so badly by pony
that he died.
New York. Joseph Dragon,
deaf mute,, arrested for prize
fight, nearly overcome Lby ga's
when prisoner in adjoining cell
attempted suicide by gas. Un
able to call for help. Smashed
cot against cell door.
Edwardsville, 111. Hida May,
daughter of Otto May, Marine,
111., drowned herself in well at
Los Angeles, Mayor garri
son and many Chicago business
men, lawyers, ministers and oth
ers have sent letters of high per
sonal regard to Clarence Darrow.
San Francisco. Police aided
"Goodfellows' club" and arrested
several wealthy members when
they found cock fight in progress.
Washington! Sen. Dilling
ham will continue defense of Lor-
imer. Sen. Borah will speak
against Illinois senator when Dil
lingham gets through.
New York. Rev. Edward F.
Harrigan, St. Patrick's Roman
Catholic church, Long Island
City, denounced young lady tur-
key trotters from pulpit. Said
they ought to get long terms.
London. Joseph Chamberlain
is 76 today. Tariff Reform League
is taking collection to he present
ed to him to carry on work of
tariff reform and imperial pref
erence. London- Movement started
for memorial to Wm. T. Stead,
writer and journalist, who died in
London. Azalea Keyes, San
Francisco, will marry' Count
Lowenhaupt, grandson of Sir Au
New York- Charles J. Bona
parte, former attorney general in
Roosevelt campaign, said he
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