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Wilson and discuss Atlantic City
Oklahoma City. Bandits 'held
up Missouri, Kansas & Texas
passenger train near Coffeyville,
Kas. Made 9 unsuccessful at
tempts to blow safe in express
car. Frightened away. Nothing
Bloomington, 111. John E.
Cameron, 8, and horse killed by
Ezra Haines, 10, Teheran, near
here, killed when lightning struck
tree under which'he was stand
ing. New York. William M. Law
rence, 40, prominent member
Presbyterian church, admitted
stealing $25,000 from employers
and spending it to be "good fel
low." Held on $5,000 bail..
Wanted revolver to wipe out dis
Stockholm. Jackson, English
men, surprised all at Olympic
games by -winning 1,500 meter
race. 3 :56 new record.
Finish for 2nd and 3rd between
Baker, England, nd 'Kiviat,
'America, wasso close close that
judges are withholding decision
until photographs of race are
Rome. Fears are felt for con
dition of Pope Pius owing to se
rious affect heat is having on him.
Bloomington. Freight engine
blew up while makipgun from
Normal to Towandah, 111. Crew
escaped irfjury by jumping.
Bedford, Ind. Vess Stout
drowned in White river while
moving machinery forms that had
been washed away by recent rains. ,
New Bedford, Mass. 25,000
millworkers and weavers may
strike on aecount of new system
of grading employers haye put in
to operation. ,
Washington. Rep. R e e s,
Minn., is only one of men who
started petition asking Taft to
withdraw as nominee who had
nerve enough to stand by it. All
rest acquired cold feet and scheme
has fallen through.
Janesville, Wis. F. R. Jones,
hotel proprietor,- shot and killed
himself. Don Godfrey, 19, crush
ed and killed between 2 trains.
Sophia Hessbruner, 18, fell into
mijlrace. Drowned. LarsFreder
ickson and Peter Hanson were
probably fatally injured by falls.
Des Moines. Senators Cum
mins and Kenyon triumphed in
state convention, and as result
Iowa Republicans will endorse
neither Taft or Roosevelt.
Duluth, Minn. Meeting of
Modern Samaritans ended in
Scrap yesterday. Police called.
Financial policy cause of split.
Washington. Postmaster D.
A. Campbell, Chicago, confident
that Congress will appropriate
$12,000 for new equipment at Chi
cago "postoffice, has started home.
Atlantic City. Boom for Eu
gene W. Chafin and Aaron J.
Watkins, prohibition standard
bearers in 1908, started at con
vention of pafrty here.
Dixon, 111. 28th annual re
union Northwestern Soldiers and
Sailors will be held here Aug. 13.
Los Angeles. Job Harriman,
Socialist, testifying for Clarence
Darrow, denied all knowledge of
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