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storm hit city. Several-houses
struck; 3 persons badly injured.
, Washington. GifFord Pinchot
has notified District of Columbia
assessors that they under-assessed
him $600. Sent money.
Lorain, O. Seven members of
crew steriously injured. Nickel
Plate excursion train jumped the
track on trestle at Kirshmans,
.near here, and plunged 25 feet in
St. Joseph, Mo. Missouri riv
er has , eaten bottom land away
within 300 feet of Lake Contrary,
St. Paul, Minn Negro Nation
al Educational Congress in ses
sion here. J. Silas Harris, Kan
sas City, re-elected president.
Bristol, Tenn. Bruce Hodges,
mail clerk, killed, and several oth
!ers injured when fast train from
New York to Memphis jumped
Denver, Colo. Ordinance in
troduced into council providing
that people who are forced to
Tiang to straps in street cars need
only pay half fare.
London. King George and'
Queen Mary are trying to recon
'cile Duke and Duchess of Marl
borough. Oyster Bay. Roosevelt an
nounced today that he would be
unable to start on western trip
Monday, as planned.
Gary, Ind. Sheriff took pos
session of Jefferson school. School
Doard hadn't paid rent for 2 yrs.
Washington. Democrats will
filibuster tc bring about early
Vote on wool tariff revision bill.
Washington, D.C. Senate and
House reached agreement grant
ing Chicago $350,000 for new
New York. Andreas Dippel,
director of Chicago Grand Op
era company, announced that he '
had ensragred Tean De Rezke, i
noted tenor, who has been off
stage for 12 years. ' ,
Peking. Chinese government
has offered post of 'financial ad
viser to Prof. Jeremiah Jenks of
Columbia University, New York.
Cape Town, South Africa-
Gold discovered near city while
men were excavating for new
New York. J. Nelson Elliot,
said to be relative of Mrs. Potter
Palmer, has disappeared from
Passaic, N. J., where he was city
sanitarian. $1,500, city money,
has also disappeared. Warrant is
sued. Bartlesville,OkIa. While sher
iff was addressing 200 members
of Anti-Horse Thieves League,
subjects of speech crept up and
stole horses and mules of mem
bers. All escaped.
Lafayette, Ind. Mrs. Char
lotte Erickson, 72, on way home
from church, stepped in front of
Atlantic City. Capt Barnett,
city fire station, killed and Geo.
PJofatt, electric bureau, knocked )
senseless and score ot hrernen
shocked when Barnett's lantern
touched live wire.
Seagirt, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son has come7 out in favor of tar
iff board idea, according to re
ports. MilwaukecRoger Hamilton,