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' TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
White plains, N. Y. Seven men
killed, 20 injured, -when 13 sticks of
dynamite exploded in trench for dam
100 feet underground.
Rome. Violent earthquake shock
felt through province of Potenza; no
loss of life reported.
Washington. H. W. Legleitner,
Pittsburgh, one of the Indianapolis
dynamiters, sentenced to three years
in prison, ending August 9, 1916, pa
roled from Leavenworth; victim of
Denver, Colo. Mrs. Lillian G.
Leary, wife of state offlqial, succeed
ed in fifth attempt at suicide; shot
herself through stomach.
Washington. Villa preparing for
big battle against Carranza forces.
Defeat will.rembje him from'.power;
victory will icake him dqniinent in
Mexico. " . , it
Fori Madison, Iowa. Fire gutted
Fort Madison shoe factory. Loss
New York. Cold storage and re
frigerating plant at 525 West st. al
most totally wrecked by explosion of
several ammonia plants.
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SUING T. R. FOR LIBEL
MEL .&' Nf im I
Judge Granby C. Hillyer, who is
presiding-at .the Lawson trial in Trin-
V1LUPM BARNES OR
He claims T. R. libelled him by say
ing he was in league.with Tammany
Chief Murphy and he's suing for $50,
BITS OF NEWS
East Orange, N. J. While attempt
ing to kill copperhead snake in front
seat of his auto, James-Morrison ac
cidentally gave car a push. It ran
wild down a hihVand.' was "wrecked.
New York. "Finding iheir apart
ment robbed on 'their -first married
night, Charles Rogers and wife of
1101 Third av., appealed to police.
Friends 'had played practical joke.
Muskegon, Mich. Mrs. Albert
Steel, accused of murder of step
daughter, Evelina Mary, 13, pleaded
not guilty in circuit court. .
Richmond, Va. Mrs. Minnie Dora
Mertens, heir to fortune of ?60,000
left by unckrwho died in Colorado .
year ago, located here; ' " -
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