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Minneapolis, Minn. Herman
Reeye. boatman, tand -others, re
port seeing strange balloon fall
into Lake Minnetonka. Launches
Philadelphia. One man killed
and 1,900 employes driven to
street by explosion at Frankfotd
arsenal, Bridesburg. Heavy prop
Lincoln, Neb. Wm. Jennings
Bryan, in current issue of The
Commoner, urges Congress to
proceed with Judge Hanford in
vestigation. Believes that Hanford resigned
for purpose of escaping impeach
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Frank Bed
ford, ice wagon driver, threw ice
tongs at Reese Evans, 4, who was
picking up fragments that had
dropped from wagon. Struck
child in neck, severing jugular".
Died in half an hour. Bedford ar
Washington. Champ Clark re
ceived letter demanding impeach
ment of Judge Daniel Thew
Wright, District t of Columbia
Atty. Francis T. Tobin, Phil
adelphia, who sent letter, said
that Wright was influenced in his
decision, sentencing Gompers and
other labor officials to jail, by
Buck Stove and Range Co.
Paris. Reported that Russia
and France have entered into
agreement to use their armies and
navies jointly for defense.
Mrs. Mary Haybrekker, 1563
Grand ave., in critical condition
from burns -suffered while burn-
ing paper in back yard .of home.
HAVE YOU EVER?
You bet your life they're dandy,
And they come in mighty handy,
Except when dear old father in-
- tercepts. 1
The lights lit you can't miss her.
No one's lookin'-r-then you kiss
her ; - v , f
On the old front steps;
Having a' Good Time.
"How do you "like your new
jab?"- - v
"Great ! -I'm working in an an-,
tique furniture factory."
"What 'do you do?"
"Just what XVe wanted to do
all my life. I kick, the new tables,
put my feet on them, spill hot cof
fee and burn them vith cigars and
matches. I put each table through
100 years of wear in eight hours."
Fair and continued cool tonight
and Friday for Chicago and vicin
ity; moderate-northerly winds.
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