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quarts of beer, 40,Q00 quarts of
champagne and 5,000,000 quarts
of whisky, according to Rev. J.
Ottawa, Canada. Three men
drowned when canoe capsized on
Jacques Partier river, Quebec
Toronto, Ont. Edna Good
rich, actress, denies that she is
engaged to marry Ralph Herz,
New York. Mrs. Potter Pal
mer arrived here. Denied she
was to make her residence in New
New York. Miss Mary .Fon
taine Freeland, great-granddaughter
of Patrick Henry, revo
lutionary orator, suicide. Gas.
New; York. Mrs. George J.
Gould is wearing new gown in
which top of stockings take place
formerly occupied by hem of
Milan. Enrico Caruso's suit
against Signorina Giachetti, his
former sweetheart, and others,
decided in favor of great tenor.
All defendants received prison
St. Petersburg. Condition of
Crown Prince Alexis is improv
Ft. Worth, Tex. Richard Cof
fee, 45, prisoner in city jai starv
ed himself to .death after fighting
guards for week.
New York. Blossom Seeley,
actress, who is in vaudeville, with
Rube Marquard, has had her hus
band, Joe Kane, summoned into
, Redding, Cal.
ard, caretaker of
ed to police that he killed Frank
Greenburg in Fort Worth, Tex.,
Boston. Policeman Albert
Peterson shot and fatally wound
ed by masher whom he tried to
Greensboro, N. C. George R.
Thompson, freight agent of
Southern railway, shot and killed
by W. R Blair, his secretary
whom he had just discharged.
Blair arrested in room with body.
Salem, Ore. Four persons
probably fatally injured by ex
plosion of boiler Jn basement of
Hankinson, S. D. Charles Gro
ver, Sisseton, overcome by fumes,
fell into gasoline tank. Dead.
New York. I. C. Stump, 60,
retired millionaire, killed by fall
down elevator shaft.
Ft. Worth, Tex. Robbers got
$105,000 in stocks and jewels
from safe of Wilson Lumber Co.
Kirksville, Mo. Mrs. J. W.
Davis and Edward Ilgenfritz, ar
rested on charge of murdering
Pittsburg, Pa. Andrew An
drees, after being made custodian
of $3,000 collected by local Greeks
to aid in fight with Turkey, has
"Isn't your son rather young to
join the army?" said a recruiting
sergeant to an old lady, who
brought a boy of fourteen to him
"Why, no," she replied. "You
seer I want him5to join the infan-
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