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charged with mistreating Myrtle
Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand
Rapids & Indiana Railway fined
$14,000 for rebating to lumber
companies. Minimum fine.
. Washington. Surgeon Gen
eral Blue, public health service,
admitted that U. S. is in danger
of bubonic plague.
Washington. Great Lakes
steamship owners protested be
cause same regulations that ap
ply to ocean liners are applied to
Milwaukee. Progressive Dem
ocrats will support A. J. Scmitz
for Democratic candidate for gov
ernor in state convention to be
held here Thursday. .
Cleveland, O. 3 more babies
succumbed to heat, making total
of.38 deaths during present wave.
Thundershowers mav bring re
Rome. Italians won great bat
tle yesterday and captured town
of Misratah, 20 miles east of
city of Tripoli. Several hundred
Turks killed, Italians lost 9.
Viterbo, Italy Feared that
wholesale delivery of Camorrists
from jail hereNis planed.
Toronto, Ont International
Ass'n of Chiefs of Police holding
convention here. 20Q cities rep
resented. International police
San Mateo, Cal. Joseph Her
bert shot and killed his wife,
when she attempted to serve di
vorce summons on him.
Washington. Taft will send
to senate nomination of Judge
Carpenter to Circuit Court of Ap
peals. Judge Cutting will suc
ceed Carpenter on district bench.
Kansas City. Youth arrested
when he tried to self 39 head of
prize cattle he had stolen from
Armour Packing Co.
Los Angeles. Mrs. Caroline
Bartlett Cratfe seriously injured
when she fell, while speaking,
Juarez. Rebels held 25 Amer
icans, including Consul Edwards,
prisoners in railroad office for 2
hours. Worthless checks cause,
Mobile, Ala. In effort to pre
vent bubonic plague getting foot
hold, city council has offered 5
cents a head for every dock rat."
New York. Democratic state
convention will probatly be held'
at Syracuse latter part of Septem-
ber. Republicans will probably;
meet at Saratoga Sept. 24.
Springfield, 111. State board of j '
pardons denied abuses of parole?
law.. Wayman and McLean de-
ny making charges published by
Rockford, 111. Albert Bohen,"
15, struck and killed by batted
Toledo, O. Mayor Brand
Whitlock underwent operation,
for affliction of nose.
Hannibal, Mo. William. Smith
with automoatic gun held up en
tire lodge of 60 members and de
manded return of initiation fee.
They gave it to him.
Watertown, N. Y. Fire de
stroyed Thousand Island Park
Hotel on St. Lawrence 'river and"
number, of cottages adjoining.
$200,000 loss, -