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WOMEN ATHLETES, TOP, AT STOCKHOLM.
Danish Women Gymnasts-in the Olympic Gaines, Practicing in
the Stadium at Stockholm.
BItS OF NEWS
Rochester, N. Y. Charles E.
Immekus, Pittsburgh,. P a.r dived
after pocketboak that dropped in
Erie canal. Drowned.
Iron Mountain, Miqh. Bomb
placed in kitchen partially Wreck
ed hpme of Mayor R. L. Ham
mond. No one hurt.
New York. Battling- Nelson,
former lightweight champion, ad
mitted that he always had soft
spot for Irma Kilgallen, Chicago
heiress who married Count de
Cripple Creek, Col. President
Moyer, in speech at annual con
vention of Western Federation of
Miners, took rap at "Boss" Flinn,
Pa., Roosevelt leader, saying his
employes were forced to work for
Los Angeles. 2 workmen, in
jured when freight, struck boul
der, crawjed mile and warned 2
passenger trains of danger.