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BITS OF NEWS FROM ALL OVER
Uniontown, Pa. 17 dead, it is
believed, will be extent of rav
ages of floods following yester
14 died in Superba mine and 3
in Lamont mint. Rescuing par
ties prevented from entering
mines by on rush of waters.
Pittsburg, Pa. Excluding list
at Uniontown, Pa., it is believed
that 49 are dead 'as result of yes
terday's rainstorms that swept
over W. Virginia and Pennsyl
vania. Portland, Ore. Bull Moose
convention opened today with
every county represented. 5 dele
gates to Chicago will' be chosen.
Not yet known whether full state
ticket will be placed in field.
Seattle, Wash. Central Labor
Council endorsed Rep. Berger's
demand that House judiciary
committee find out why Judge
Little Rock, Ark. Samuel Col
lins, negro tailor, hero of town
because he shot and killed 'J. B.
Brown, negro attorney, after lat
ter had attacked white woman.
Brown has terrorized women for
Harrisburg, Pa. Water sup
ply commission will make thor
ough investigation of cause of
flood at Superba mine yesterday.
Madison, Wis. Atty. Gen.
Bancroft will announce tomor
row whether he. will run for re
Camp Douglas, Wis. United
States regulars holding big sham
Bluffton, Ind. As result of col
lision between 2 cars on Marion,
Bluffton & Eastren Traction line,
2 weeks ago, Union Trust and
Savings Bank, Bluffton, was to
day appointed receiver of road.
Too many lawsuits.
Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Louis
Wien, 23, wife of private detec
tive, burned to death. Cleaning
gloves with gasoline.
Washington. Internal Reve
nue Collector J. O. Thompson,
Roosevelt supporter, refuse to
quit job as ordered by Taft.
London- Premier Asquith, in
House of Commons, attempted to
smooth over effect of Winston
Churchill's recent demand for
Declared that England was not
-contemplating war with any
Homer Law then got up and
undid all good work bysaying
that he believed Lord Roberts
was right when he said "England
never was in graver peril."
Wausau, Wis. Flood caused
by breaking of 2 dams is gradual
ly receding. Entire loss will be
about $250,000. No one hurt.
Washington. Rep. Norris, Ne
braska progressive, for about
hour in House ripped into Taft
and steam roller methods. An
swered Rep. Mondell, who called
Taft's nomination very legal.
. Norris was very effective with
his speech and made pro-Taft
men squirm, while progressives
laughed in approval.
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