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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Parry Sound, Ont. Five trainmen
killed when Grand Trunk freight hit
herd of cattle asleep on tracks
Jackson, O. Four men injured in
train wreck at Robbins station. Two
tenders jumped tracks and derailed
New York. Mrs. Marie B. Chester,
mother of ten living children, left the
city hall here tqday with two sons,
Charles, 13, and Henry, 14, to walk
to Minneapolis on wager.
Cincinnati. People of Cincinnati
voted for new charter by majority of
90 yesterday. Plans for organization
of new charter commission under
London. British foreign office an
nounced today that Great Britain will
not take part In Panama Pacific Ex
position at San Francisco In 1915.
Washington. Believed here that
Germany will not take part in Pan
ama Pacific Exposition.
San Francisco. Conductors and
trainmen of Southern Pacific railroad
have voted to strike unless trainmen
in employ of Oakland, Alameda and
Berkeley electric lines be given same
rights as steam trainmen. Electric
roads controlled by S. P. Vote of men
was 3,629 for strike; 187 against
Madison, Wis. Court order on As
tor estate for payment of $4,195 an
nually to Wisconsin expected after
discovery that 1,200 of preferred
stock and 287 common in Milwaukee
London, British Steamer Wyn
eric, with crew of 30, posted as miss
ing at Lloyds. Left Baltimore April
5 with 50 tons of dynamite for Guay
aquil and Portland, Ore. Cleared Bar
badoes April 15.
London. L. Brassey's Cat Mint
today won the Goodwood cup, prin
cipal event of Goodwood races, last
of season's fashionable turf events.
' Toledo, O. Christopher Bowlin,
former chief of police of Traverse
City, Mich., died in cell at police sta
tion here after-swallowing 20 bichlor
ide of mercury tablets. Accused of
Boston. Wreaths made by family
of W. T. Stead, English journalist
who went down with Titanic, thrown
into sea from Liner Franconia as
place where Titanic went down was
Kansas City. Board of education
has decided to teach school children
how to dodge autos.
Bogota. Reported but unconfirm
ed that Cipriano Castro has returned
to Venezuela, that his followers have
invaded the country from Colombian
points and have taken town of Cora
and failed in attempt to take Chris
Minneapolis: Body of well-dress-,
ed man, unidentified, found in empty
freight car in Milwaukee yards. Rob
bery motive of murder.
St. Paul. Electrical storm caus
ed $1,5000 damage to barn at Sol
diers' Home near Winnehaha Falls.
London. Luncheon tent adjoining
grandstand at Goodwood race track,
burned. Suffragets suspected.
San Diego, Cal. Three Mexicans,
believed to have had designs on Wo
of Gen. Diaz, ejected from wharf by
armed guards protecting general.
Lima, O. Driven mad by heat, bull
attacked farmer. Man not expected,
Altoona, Pa. Train No. 13 crash
ed into rear of No. 15 passenger train
standing at Tyrone. Engineer Funk
reported dead. 20 passengers injured.
Washington. 3 killed1, manv n-
jured, and thousands of dollars of
property destroyed by storm.
Pans. Race suicide opponents of
France propose a tax on all childless
persons above a certain age in addi
tion to the tax on bachelors.
Petoskey, Mich. John Corwin
Hall, 64, president New England Se
curities Co., dead.
Paris. No confirmation of report
that former Gladys Moore Vanderbilt