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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Danville, III. Clifton Emery, coal
miner, was overcome by heat while
fishing in Vermillion county stream.
Danville, III. Thos. Hayes, black
smith, and James Murphy, railroad
man, first victims of heat wave. Dead.
Sterling, III. John Diaz and Swan
Carlson, first victims of heat wave in
Sterling. Numerous prostrations re
ported. Moose Jaw, Sask. H. Johnson,
after standing solid month in front
of land office, got land appraised at
Berlin. Reichstag passed on third
reading army increase bill providing
for 170,000 additional privates, 15,
000 non-commissioned officers and
Denver. Mentally unbalanced by
fear that her face would be perman
ently disfigured from smallpox, con
tracted while she worked as nurse in
county hospital, Miss Ora Ballard, 23,
Cleveland, O. Three men drown
ed, four others buried in sewer cave
in. LaCrosse, Wis. Peter Stein, 19,
drowned attempting to rescue sister,
Mrs. Louisa Pearse, and her son War
Sioux Falls, S. D. Silver Cole, 15,
son of farmer, badly mutilated when
he fell in front of spading disc when
horses became frightened.
. Webster Springs, W. Va. W. S.
Edwards, who while a candidate for
U. S. Senator, caused arrest of seven
W. Virginia legislators for bribe-taking,
was carried into court on a cot
Winnipeg, Man. Walter Carr, an
employe of Union Bank, dead as re
sult of careless handling of revolver
by Waldo Webster, his chum.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Every moulder
in city will go on strike in one week
unless wages are increased 25 to 35
cents per day.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Miss Harriet
Marsh, well-known Michigan educa
tor, has started movement to have
sex hygiene taught in public schools.
Gettysburg, Pa. Formal celebra
tion of fiftieth anniversary of battle
of Gettysburg will begin tomorrow,
lasting until Friday.
Waller, Sask. Katherine Hamon,
12, is under detention for killing
Julian Genek, 9, while the two were
picking flowers. Beat him over head
San Francisco. Ddnning a
shroud, Mrs. Nellie Adreveno, said to
be wife of St. Louis police sergeant,
suicided by inhaling gas.
Boston, Mass. Petition to Gov.
Foss to pardon D. B.Farnsworth, poet
and magazine writer, now in jail for
accidental shooting of chicken thief,
began today. Believed Farnsworth
will be released in week.
Birmingham, Ala. Funds are be
ing volunteered to erect handsome
monument to Roosevelt because
while president he permitted U. S.
Steel Co. to take over properties of
Tennessee Coal, Iron & R. R. Co.
New York. Frederick Griesheimer
attacked Florence Ziegfield, theatri
cal manager, for talking to Lillian
Larraine, Griesheimer's wife.
Boston. Mayor Fitzgerald, shock
ed by what he saw in cafes in New
York, asks Boston women to help
him suppress animal dances.
Marinette, Wis. Mrs. Sicely Bau
cock jumped fully clad into Peshtigo
river and rescued her two daughters.
In critical condition result of shock
Racine, Wis. Clarence S. Darrow,
counsel for McNamara brothers, in
address, predicted he would go free.
Sofia. Fierce battle occurred be
tween Bulgarians and "Greeks near
Leftera. Bulgarians victors.
New York. Levi P. Morton, ex-vice-president
of U. S., seeking to
recuperate at Cedarhurst, Long
Island. Condition grave.
Leechburg, Pa. Ten persons be
lieved to have been drowned when
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