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conference with Roosevelt. Will
talk about drafting of tentative
Ft. Madison, la. Edward Mc
Kittrick, while swimming in Miss
issippi river, was attacked by gar
fish and bitten in eyeball.
Boston. Strike of conductors
and motormen of Boston Elevat
ed Railway Company, which has
lasted 53 days, called off last
night. Men resumed work today.
St. Johns, N. F. British steam
er Manchester Inventor arrived
here badly damaged as result o"f
collision with submerged iceberg
during dense fog July 24.
Washington. House has
struck bill providing for govern
ment ownership of wireless teleg
raphy from calendar of this ses
sion. London. Suffragettes ordered
to local tradesman $75 for win
dow they smashed during recent
Washington. Man signing
himself "Russian Emigrant" pre
sented Taft with six red, white
and blue neckties.
Somebody dared Taft to wear
one ofcthem Thursday when he is
notified of his nomination.
Dublin. 30 masses celebrated
on summit Croaghpatrick, Coun
ty of Mayo. Pilgrims came from
all over world.
St. Patrick fasted 30 days on
mountain and annual pilgrimage
commemorates that event.
Pittsburgh, Pa. 2 men fatally
injured, 10 seriously shocked and
more-than score knocked down by
lightning that struck tpwboat
Ironsides at marine way, Eliza
Memphis, Tenn. Joseph How
ard shot and killed his wife and
New York. Standard Oil has
raised price one cent gallon. This
is one of the little results of dis
solution proceedings. -
New York. Installment furni
ture men from entire country are
in convention here. Trying to
find-remedy that will cure cus
tomers of "skipping habit."
. Boise, Idaho. 1 man killed, 7
injured and 1,800 sheep killed
when stock train on Idaho North
ern road was wrecked near Guf-
New York. Andrew Derraro,
arrested in connection with mur
der of Marie Barsuto, 8, whose
body was found floating in But
New York. Fanny Denham
Rouse, oldest actress in America,
is dead at her home, Ohioville,
New York. James R Garey,
playwright, has already written
play on Rosenthal murder case.
Calls it "The Gunmen of New
Duluth, Minn. 500 stevedpres
are out on strike in Superior and
Duluth. I. W. W. trying to call
general strike at head of lakes.
Such move would affect 1,500
men and cause almost entire tie
up of marine work.
Cairo, 111. W. M. Boyd, 60, ar
rested for passing worthless
London. British government
and Marconi-iave "entered cinto
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