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Sullivan, Ind. Death toll in Fri
day's Jackson Hill mine explosion
may reach seven.
Elkhart, Ind. David R. Bowles,
liveryman and C. Edwin Walley, un
dertaker, injured, a $1,200 team killed
and a hearse demolished when Big
Four train ran into funeral proces
sion. The casket and contents un
injured. Washington. Secy. Bryan has ac
cepted resignation of Henry Lane
Wilson, ambassador to Mexico, effec
tive Oct. 1. Will be on vacation un
til then. Wilson played the Huerta
game in Mexico with American finan
cial interests that tried to get the
U. S. mixed up in the Mexican mess.
Seattle, Wash. Socialist organiza
tion passed resolutions demanding
congressional investigation of riot
ing by U. S. sailors here July 15.Secy.
of Navy Daniels is blamed in resolu
tions, saying his speech about the
red flag inspired the sailors to attack
Socialists and I.'W. W. Also say a
major in U. . S. army stood by and
applauded the work of the sailors.
New York Thirteen persons dead
and many injured in and about New
York from automobile accidents and
drownings Sunday. Ten men
drowned, eight being bathers. One
child fell from boat, and Harry Da
vies, Brooklyn, drowned trying to
Washington. Pres. ' Wilson Will
make official announcement within
24 hours of policy toward Mexico. It
will not deal in any way with armed
Albany, N. Y. Fight between Gov.
Sulzer and Boss Murphy of Tam
many starts with probe Wednesday
into Sulzer's campaign funds. Attor
ney general rules committee has right
to probe. Sulzer will fight it in
Calumet, Mich. C. E. Mahoney,
acting president Western Federation
of Miners, left for Denver, where he
will call a conference of heads of all
unions affiliated with A. F. of L., anc
ask aid for 15,000 copper mine strik
ers in Upper Michigan. He assailed
the kept press of Michigan for lying
about disorders and riots. Compara
tive quiet here.
Denver. U. S. Judge Lewis is try.
ing to straighten out tangled affairs
of Buffalo Bill's Wild West. A re
ceiver will take over the property f oi
benefit of creditors.
Cowes. The king's yacht Brittan
nia won the fourth race in the Cowes
regatta. King George and Prince
Bucharest. Balkan peace dele
gates unanimously agreed to three
days' extension of five days' armis
tice. Thought this means they will
agree before that time.
Washington. Every effort being
made by government to prevent arms
being shipped to Castro forces in
Venezuela. Thought that Gen. Jose
Manuel Hernandez, leader of the
Young Turks of Venezuela, will fight
both Gomez and Castro.
men will try to pass a Jim-Crow bill
for Washington street cars, so as to
segregate blacks and whites.
Madison, Wis. University of Wis
consin summer session shows total
of 2,115 students, gain of 369 over
Christiana. In 20 years contribut
ing members of Socialist party have
increased from 3,000 to 43,500, of
whom 5,700 are women. Socialist
votes polled last election, 125,000.
Eight daily and 18 weekly Socialist
papers in Norway.
Washington, The Wilson highball
is now competing with Bryan cock
tail. It is mostly orange juice. No
booze in it.
New York. Flag on Steamship
Caledonia half-masted when "Duffie,"
pet cat, drowned.
Denver. Blondine applied with a
whitewash brush changed color of
cows and enabled A. G. Ryan to claim;