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Lansing, Mich. Gov. Osborn,
in explaining his withdrawal from
support of Roosevelt, said that
party founded on passion could
not survive. Praised Woodrow
Wilson and said he would win.
Iowa City, la. Joseph Hora,
Richmond, la., died here as result
of accidental shooting July 4.
Santiago, Chile. ,20 miners
killed by premature explosion of
dynamite at Braden Copper Com
Bloomington, Ind. Mrs. Chas.
Eads, 19, killed by her brother,
Edward Smiley, 12, while he was
playing with old rifle.
Seattle, Wash. Rep; McCoy,
House judiciary sub-dommittee,
intimated that Former Sen. Sam
uel H. Piles, Washington, at
tempted to get Att'y John H. Per
ry to drop Judge Hanford im
Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Eliza
beth Mutthall, Cleveland, O., has
filed suit for absolute divorce and
alimony against Co. Martin
Mutthall, well-known Republican
politician of this city. Deserted
family eleven years ago.
Eastport, Me. Fire practically
"wiped out village of North Head
on northern part of Grand Manan
Island in New Brunswick. 17
buildings, including custom
i White Plains, N.Y. Harry K.
.Thaw says that his life ambition
.outside of getting free from Mat
teawan, is to get divorce from
Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw
Viterbo, Italy. DeMarinis,
one of 26 Camorrists convicted
yesterday, attempted suicide by
cutting throat with glass. Other
prisoners acted like wild beasts
when they saw himfall to floor. .
Mt Vernon, 111. Fred Peters,
Annapolis naval student who was
drowned in Severn river, brought
to his home here for burial.
New York. Roosevelt came to
The Outlook office in very peeved
state of mind. Nearly exploded
when asked about report thathe
would retire from race.
Lisbon. Present revolutionary
movement in Northern Portugal '
is best organized that has as yet
assailed present republic
Portsmouth, Eng. Nearly ert
tire fighting strength of British
fleet took part in what was prob
ably greatest naval review in his
tory of world off Spithead today.
Boston, Mass. City will spend
$50,000 to kill wharf rate in effort
to keep bubonic plague away. .
Boston. Tree-destroying gyp
sy moths by the billion have
struck city. Some places the
cover ground half an inch deep.
New York. Richard Jaeger
crossed his legs on street car and
soiled Mrs. Anna Bromberg's new
white skirt. Fined $10.
New York. John Leonard,
whjle fishing, caught deep sea
turtle and declares he was kid
napped and dragged to bottom of
Jamaica Bay before he could iree
himself of fish.
New York. Mrs. Russell Sage
has given $5,000 to street clean
ing dept. pension fund.
South Plainfield, N. J. Jona
than H. Cole, 89, is cutting tnird
set of teeth, after using false mol
ars for twenty years
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