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As the rescuers proceed through
the mine the) are stopped by
s flames that have broken out in
,f"' numerous places. A force pump
$& infitf ISSWilgBt Td the
rescue party is fighting the fires
and death at the same time.
The total number of dead so far
recovered is 38.
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r Starting rescue work view showing shaft house, trolley and track"
;' for motors that convey coal out of mines
1 In Which Sense, Maudie?
rp Alice It's mean of you. to tell
''"'people that when Jack kissed me I
'is djdn't resent it.
Maud I didn't, dear. On the
OJ 'contrary, I said that when he
gP'Jcissed you on the cheek you held
nitup against him for quite a
-J' -while. Boston Evening TralT-script.
In ten years Uncle Sam's steel
production has jumped from 10
to 26 million tons, much of the
jumping being in favor of Uncle
Andy Carnegie and his "boys."
Perkins, late Morgan's man
Friday, says that an era of still
more gigantic trusts is coming.
Jimminey Ceasar! they must be
going to corner air !