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San Francisco. San Francisco I
stands next to New York in ability
to feed aijd take care of strangers.
St. Petersburg. Band of men
nailed up doors and windows of
bouse at Pontneff witb eight Russian
Jews inside and set place -on. fire. All
New Brunswick, N. J. Mrs. John
Graf, wife of machinist, poured kero
sene on bed, laid down onit and set
it afire. Will die. Husband badly
burned rescuing her.
La Salle, III. 25 men headed by
Sheriff Mischke scouring country for
four highwaymen who attacked pay
wagon train of Illinois Zinc Co., kill
ing two men and wounding two oth
ers. South Bend, Ind. Emil Decoedt
fatally injured and 6-months-old
baby killed. Stepped in front of
South Shore express when alighting
from North Shore train.
Denver, Col. Mrs. Corrine Glazer,
Chicago, died of injuries received
when knodked down by auto. Thos.
Straub, son of Alderman Straub, un
der surveillance as driver of car.
Akron, 0. 20 persons injured in
street car collision on Akron, Bed
ford & Cleveland line. Two had legs
Oakland, Cal. Four powder mill
handle blown to pieces and part of
plant wrecked by explosion of nine
tons of blasting powder.
Kansas City, Mo. Dr. D. Z. Bray
found dead in room from overdose
of drug taken to relieve pain.
Indianapolis. Jules Coux won
first place in 500-mile auto race and
prize of $20,000. Spencer Wishart
second, and Charley Merz third.
London. Attempt made to set
fire to Royal Academy. Suspect suf
fragets. Jacksonville, Fla. E. Q. Painter,
fertilizer manufacturer who fell from
ferryboat during violent coughing
spell and was drowned, carried
Knoxviile, Tenn. Haynes Terry,
negro deaf mute, killed, Russell
Mann, sonof Ass't Sjupt of Negro
Tennessee ' School for Deaf - and v
Dumb; Mayme Steel, negro pupil,
and seriously injured M. R. Mann,
supt, his wife and Carrie Mason,
South Bend, Ind. Bodies of Irving
Grant and wife found dead in home.
Believed murder and suicide. Grant
Bloomfield, N. J Body of Mrs.
Alvira Cerciello, wife of Newark
storekeeper, found with head severed
and replaced. $200 she carried in
Victoria, B. C. Vihjalmar Stefans
son, arctic explorer who discovered
blond Bsquimos, will lead expedition
When the soap bark's on the soda,
When the fountain starts to fizz,
When she puts her hand in his'n
Where the roller coasters whizz,
When she whispers to him softly,
"How nice this 'ere pop-corn is,"
It is pretty safe to gamble
That old Summer's started biz.
NO KICK COMING
My wife, she is a suffraget.
She is my joy of joys.
While she's at meetings ev'ry night '
Lplay poker with the boys,
.-. ., wj