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iniralty'm November "will lay
most powerful battleship ever or-
Will be 700 feet long, displace
30,000 tons and be armed with 14
ft Glasgow, Scotland. Wilson
liner Nero wrecked on west coast
of Scotland on its voyage from
Christiana to Manchester. No
Sioux City, la. 30 passengers
injured "when Nebraska passenger
train oil Northwestern collided
with light engine near here.
' London. Sir James Chrichton
Browne, famous British scientist,
announced that he believed in
' love at first sight.
Wonder who Sir James has
been-aookmg at. ,
Dover, England. Rose Pit
inofiywho came here to swim En
glish channel, had to postpone
start on account of bad weather.
Newport, R. I. Mrs. John R.
McLean is seriously ill with pneu
monia at Bar Harbor.
Havana, One liberal killed,
2 probably fatally wounded and 1
Conservative slightly hurt dur
ing political scrap in streets of
Washington. Annie Dorothy
Nixon, 22, daughter of Richard B.
Nixon, financial clerk of Senate,
drowned at Colonial Beach, Va.,
in effort to save her companion,
Franklin W, Wiseman, 20, Ha
Minneapolis. Police chased
with crowd of 500 attending So
cialist meeting. 5 arrested. Many
London. Geraldine Farrar,
American opera singer, reported
ill over announcement of Antonio
Scotti's engagement to Charlotte
For years nearly, it has been
rumored'that Miss Farrar was to
become wife of Scotti.
Washington. Capt. Chandler,
Capt Hennessey and Lieuts. Mil
ling, army aviators, left Chicago
tb take part in Gordon Bennett
race next week.
Kansas City. Torn tissues of '
the groin, resulting from Swing
ing at a golf ball, caused death of
Dr. Joseph P. Root, editor of the '
Western Dental Journal. Two
operations failed to save his life.
Havana, 111. Franklin Wis-'
man, 21, of this city, drowend at
Washington, D. C. Was employ- i
fid in the gov't census dept
New Orleans. Three masked
men in auto mistook an L, & W. '
freight train for a fast passenger
to Cincinnati and held it up. Es
caped. Danville, 111. Mack Ridge, 38, .
foreman of electric plant at
Hoopeston, HI., electrocuted
when his foot touched a high ten-
Lamoni,Jfe. Chas. Ellison, 2, '
inmate of children's home, play- ,
fully bade matron and playmates
good-by, saying he was going on
a long Jorney- Five minutes later
he fell from a porch. Dead.
Eaton, Col. Montaville Wood- .
worth, mourned by his family as
dead for 17 years, turned up here
Peona, 111. Rock Island pas
senger train No'. 311 left rails 3
near Wyoming, HI., .today, run- i4