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Springfield, 111. Entire superstruc
ture of mine of Woodside Coal Co.,
east of this city, destroyed by fire to
day. Estimated loss $40,000.
Seattle, Wash. New rescue shift
today entered coal shaft at Ravens
dale, where 31 miners were killed by
explosion. No new bodies have been
brought up since 6 men, 3 of whom
were dead, were carried out yester
day. Hope of finding any alive has
practically been abandoned.
Clinton, la. Fire destroyed portion
of business center. $250,000 loss.
London. Anchor liner "Tuscania
which ran aground between Glasgow
and Liverpool refloated.
Pittsburgh. James Shaw, 22, a
member of pitching staff of Washing
ton Americans fatally shot last Mon
day while hunting near Greensburg.
Tokio. Chilean minister to Japan
died of heart failure at Kyoto, follow
ing coronation banquet incident to
crowning of Emperor Yosbihito.
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Jos. W. McDon
ald, Nanticoke, wanted to enlist in
U. S. marines. Serg't Stubbs exam
ined applicant, found his toes were
webbed and rejected him. McDonald
says he will now apply for job as
traffic cop in Venice.
Camden, N. J. X-rays are being
played over Mrs. Daisy Levezevy's in
terior in search of set of false teeth
that disappeared while she was at
New York James Fitzpatrick
wandered about for 14 hours with
left lung punctured by knife, com
plaining he had indigestion, until
surgeons examined him.
New York. White ghost of Adir
ondack will spook no more. Miss
Marion B. Fuller, DeKalb, HL, shot
white deer, rare specimen, and
brought it to local taxidermist
Kalamazoo, Mich. Ex-Senator
Julius Caesar Burrows, Michigan,
Cleveland. Paul Troubetzky, Rus
sian prince and sculptor, who is en-
thusiastic vegetarian, chewed dime
into pellet to show he has good teeth.
Meat eating barbarous, he says.
LABOR DELEGATES DERIDE
PRAISE OF CHURCH
San Francisco, Nov. t7. For de
claring that churches were charitable
toward organized labor, Vice Presi
dent Duncan of the American Feder
ation of Labor was hissed from the
convention floor. This remarkable
anti-church demonstration still
threatened an aftermath today. Dun
can attempted to reply to other dele
gates who attacked 'the churches for
not opening their structures to house
The convention adopted resolu
tions favoring the 8-hour-day for
government employes, .government
ownership of telegraph lines, an
American merchant marine and bet
ter pay for postal clerks.
The habit of planting, fruit and nut
trees by the roadside has long pre
vailed in parts of Europe. It should'
be cultivated in the United States.
A The view from the top of Pike's
peak embraces an area of 60,000
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