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strike. Strikers paraded through water front district. Panama. Steamship Chile ar riving from Guayaquil had sailor on board suffering with yellow fever. Taken to isolation hospital. Ship fumigated. Lisbon. Band of mounted monarchists, composed of Lisbon society youths, attempted to pro voke uprising at Carrequeria. Troops called. Montreal. Transport handlers of Dominion Transport Co. and Canadian Pacific railroad may strike. More wages. Valparaiso. Dynamite explo sion in El Teniente mines, "be longing to Braden Copper com pany, American concern, killed 50 Chileans and injured several others. Newspaper attacking American owners. Dayton, Wyo. Mrs. Susan .Wissjer, newly elected mayoress, made stirring speech on behalf" of women's suffrage. Laportte, Ind. Earl Ribbe, killed and W. G. Armstrong se riously injured by interurban car. Both professional ball players. Atlanta, Ga. Rachel Edelson, 9, is lobbying for bill that if adopted would provide for new county of Kent. m Stockton, CaL John DeLaw, 34, Belgian sculptor, who design ed group in San Quentin, has been thefe. Pleaded guilty to charges brought against him to avoid scandal. Los Angeles. Lincoln Stef fens, magazine writer, will take stand in Darrow defense Monday. Lake George, N. Y. George O. Knapp, Chicago, has had 150 cars of timberMestroyed by fire on Black mountain. Washington. Taft announced that he would not canvass coun try for votes this fall. Grand Rapids, Mich. Cyclone struck city. Heavy property dam age. Roof from grand stand of ball park carried 200 feet. Fell into city market. Craig, Mont. Two bandits captured "by sheriff and posse after holding entire crowd at bay for 7 hours. Sheriff dynamited their cabin refuge. One man se riously wounded. Cleveland, O. Steam yacht Pastime has been sold by F. H. Walker, Detroit, to Joseph C. Pickands, Sheboygan, for $75, 000. 94 feet long. Cincinnati. John Risch, New port, Ky., and Sophia Limburg, of this citl, will be married at Hamilton, O., in Lincoln Beach ey's air ship. Mayor Straub will perform ceremony. Couple will receive complete household fur niture and other gifts from Ham ilton business men. Los Angeles. No session of Darrow trial today. Adjourn ment taken until Monday. Dar row is in high spirits. London. Misery among fami lies of striking dockers increas ing. Funds of union all gone. Collection agencies established at several street corners. Kenosha, Wis. 1 woman kill ed, several injured and houses de stroyed by lightning: and wind' storm. 4&&J .v; aavigvffl-vgg.