Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
Amy Bray and Ivy Yeaton,
Hempstead, L. I., from drowning
in Jones' Inlet.
Brussells. Believed that strik
ing seamen set fire to steamer
Zeeland while she lay in dock at
New York. Capt. Thomas
Fleming and companions left for
trip over ocean in 18-foot motor
boat, Detroit. Expects to reach
Queenstown in 21 days.
Washington. Thomas Call, a
negro boy, stabbed and killed by
six boys from 18" to 21. Robbed
Fargo, N. D. Oriental Lim
ited, Gt. Northern railroad, de
railed between Ashby and Melba,
Minn., 75 miles east of here. Five
coaches and baggage car destroy
ed by fire. None injured.
New York. Battleship New
Hampshire, which collided with
steamer Commonwealth, was
towed into port by navy-yard
tugs. Stern badly fractured.
Minneapolis. Rev. C. L. Mor
rill, from pulpit, advised women
to swim in bloomers.
Oyster Bay. When Roosevelt
starts on western trip he will at
tack Taft and methods of steam
Roosevelt and Harry Cochems,
former LaFollette man, talked
about Wisconsin situation.
Sandusky, O. Mrs. Clara
Mitchell, 2027 Prairie av.. Chica
go, who is walking from New
York to Chicago, arrived here.
Left New York June 20 with let
ter from Mayor Gaynor.
London. Sale of roses on
Queen Alexandria day netted
$150,000. Will go to various
Augusta, Ga. Gov. Blease, S
Carolina, who is accused of graft
ing, has offered to fight duel with'
Philadelphia. University of
Pennsylvania pathologists claim A
to have discovered artificial
means of creating animal life.
London. Striking dockers'
mass meeting in Hyde Park near
ly closed with riot.
New London, Conn. Body of
man found on tracks of New Hav
en road answers description of
Nathan Schwartze, wanted in
"New York in connection with
murder of Julia Connors, 12.
Washington. Express compaw '
nies preparing to prove to Inter
state Commerce Commission that
their services are necessary to
After three years investigation
the commission has drawn up sur-.
prising indictment against ex-
Kalamazoo, Mich. Two per
sons probably fatally injured and .
several others badly hurt, when
Michigan Central train from New
York to Chicago was ditched near
Harry Baumguard, Chicago,
was one of the seriously injured.
Washington. Interstate com- (j
merce commission found that
through class rates now in effect
between Atlantic seaboard cities '
and Wichita, JECan.,. Denver and
Oklahoma City were reasonable.
Declared that water traffic
rates between eastefn points and
Galveston, Tex., are monopolistic