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Ottawa, Ont. The Western Ex
press on the Canadian Pacific Rail
road, loaded with immigrants, was
wrecked three miles west of here
this afternoon. Four coaches plung
ed down steep embankment into Ot
tawa River. Reports here say ten
bodies have been recovered and it is
feared death list will prove to be
heavy. Spreading rails caused the
Lima, O. Vito Stephano and Jos
eph Felipe, Italian feudists, burned I
to death in boarding house here while
fighting each other like wild beasts.
Winchester, Eng. Wilhelm Clare,
German, sentenced to five years' im
prisonment as spy.
Springfield, III. At 1 p. m. woman
suffrage bill had not reached Gov.
Dunne. Little hope it will be signed
Spokane, Wash. Frank Frohm,
champion revolver shot of the U. S.
in 1908, was shot and killed by wife,
who then suicided.
Paris. Deputy Aynard fell sud
denly to floor while chamber was In
session. Died before he could be
carried out. Chamber adjourned.
Marinette, Wis. Sixteen men who
tried to fight back forest fire from
lumber camp in Oconto county es
caped death after wild dash of mile
and a half.
New Orleans, La. Gov. Hall de
clared he would order out militia if
another twenty-round boxing match
were attempted in Louisiana. White
Britton match of ten rounds sched
uled here July 4.
Stockholm. Briddejonc des Mou
linais, French aviator, made 160 miles
over Baltic Sea in four hours today
when he flew from Reval, Russia to
this city. Monoplane.
London. Aviator Robert Slack
this afternoon aeroplaned across
channel from France, bringing Pres.
Polncalre's Paris newspapers.
Washington. Robert S. Lovett,
head of Harriman railroads, will ap-
pear before Senate lobby Investigat
ing committee tonight
St. Louis. All large department
stores have agreed to give employees
three days' vacation begining July 4.
Minneapolis. Mrs. Harry Hanen,
fashionably gowned and educated,
held here as passenger station rob
ber. Says husband is assistant man
ager of St. Louis hotel.
Webster Springs, W. Va. Wm.
Seymour Edwards, whose candidacy
for U. S. senator started West Vir
ginia's legislature bribery scandal,
will go on stand today at trial of
State Sen. Ben Smith, charged with
Denver. J. C. Bloom, secretary re
tail jewelers' association, says
world's supply of diamonds will run
out in 1923 and jewelers then will
become world's millionaires.
New York. Arthur Ingersoll Hoe,
son of late printing press maker, in
tends to fight $225,000 suit of Mae
A. Sullivan who is suing him for
breach of promise. Hoe is married.
Buffalo. Until ruins are searched
number of dead in explosion and fire
at Husted Milling Co.'s plant will not
be known. Known dead at noon is
six; 67 injured.
TELEPHONE GIRLS BELIEVE
STRIKE PRACTICALLY WON
St. Louis, June 25. Negotiations
looking toward a settlement of the
telephone girls' strike were started
here today at a meeting between a
committee from the Central Trades
and Labor Union and General Man
ager W. J. Hiss of the Telephone
Strike leaders are jubilant They
believe their cause is practically won.
Meantime Hiss is giving out public
statements, saying he will deal with
the operators who return "as gener
ously as possible under the circum
stances." In India young girls can be bought
for 10 cents apiece. Regular Chicago
bargain counter rates, as it were.