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NEWS ITEMS FOR
THE BUSY READER
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All Important Happenings That
have Kceontly Transpired
Throughout the World
EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD
Crimes switl Casualties the Movements
of Government Officials and Other
Interesting Events Culled
Condensed and Noted
A movement to haVo the peace nego
tiations between Russia and Japan
take place In Chicago should a shtaigo
from Washington be desired has been
Inaugurated
Gov John A Johnson sent a meet
Mace to tbo president Inviting the Rus
alan Japanoe plenipotentiaries to
meet in fit Paul Minn In tho event
of same other placo being selected
than Washington
TheJniwtneso correspondent of the
Ually Telegraph at MoJI Japan rays
° Tbe rainy sason has started In Man
churia nnd tho mud In the roads Is
knoo drop but this will not Interfere
with military operations
Tbo St Pottraburg Gazette publishes
a sensational Interview with tbo secre
tary of the Chinese legation to tho of
fact that RUllo must concludo twine
diate ponoe as Gen LlnovHchs army
la entirely surrounded
A dispatch from tbo headquarters of
the Russian army at Golzyadani de
scribe fighting In tho vicinity of Llao
YanRwopwiR from 2 till 8 oclock on
the morning of Juno 16 Tho Russian
artillery at first forced the Japanese
to retreat along tho whole line In
the mennUtn another torco of Japan
ese turned the Russians right flank
J rompftllliiK the Russian detachment to
retire from Llao Ynngwopong At this
moment a strong Japanese Infantry
column wtw observed approaching
It was announced at tho navy de
partment that the contract for the an
meal supply of tobacoo for the navy
Rgn SBUng 150000 pounds would be
awarded Ur Duller Bother of Rich
mond Va Whose bid was 314 coats
par pound
OUntirnld
Amid the cry of thieves and
craokfl and under the protection of a
quad of police the committee on
utraet railways of Philadelphia city
tOlIIICU refeffed to the elty solicitor
for his opinion as to their legality four
bills repealing ordinance granting
stw t car companies the right to use
110 tuitai of street to lay tracks with
out tilt city receiving any compensa
lion for the franchises
Theodore P Dolyannli the popular
premier of Greece was stabbed and
mortally wounded by a professional
Rambler named Ghernkarls at tin
main entrance of the chamber of dup
Utle Athena
The joint exerctaes of the army and
navy appear to demonstrate that It
would bo almost Impossible for a small
fl < tt to run the batteries at Fort Mon
roe Va and get Into Hampton Roads
lie mortars and searchlights have
t doer tdo + t satisfactory work
CkirnnimUHior of Pensions Warner
raewivtHl a contribution of 1321 to
the cxttuwlcMMO fund of the treasury
It eamo from a pensioner and ropre
sealed tllp turn totalof the pension
money drawn by him since the civil
warAuctioneers
Auctioneers of all tho principal
states guUiwvd In Chicago In response
to a call IHMWII several months ago for
tho purposo of organizing an interna
tional association
Tho covcramont of Panama In ac
cordanco with 4he desire of the canal
commission and the locnl bankers has
decided to coin 1000000 silver pesos
This stop Is calculated to relieve the
demand for silver
Great Britain as one of fho powers
signatory W tho Madrid convention of
1880 In nawer to the request of the
sultan of Morocco to join an Interna
tional conference for the consideration
of tho Moroccan question has an
nounced that Its preference is not to
take any pnrt In It
The state department has been off
cially advtaed of the acceptance by
Italy and Austria of the Invitation to I
participate in a conference for the I
settlement of affairs in IoroccoI
Much uneasiness prevails In official
quarters In Paris concerning the Fran
co German situation growing out of
tho Moroccan quoatlon
The strained relations between Got
many and Franco over Morocco con
tlnuo to give rise to serious apprehen
scone but while openly admitted that
thore are real difficulties Involved the
officials protest against this being
nindo the basis of qxnggoratcd reports
Presbyterians will petition the
state legislature to have the town of
Talmago N C named for the date
Rev T DeWitt Talmagc changed
They Bay u Is not worthy of the name
It bears
bearsPresident
President Roosevelt expects to pass
the greater part of October 23 at Tus
kegoo Ala and arrangements already
are making for a demonstration by the
t students of the Tuakegeo Institute In
lila honor
Two hundred brlclm j ers employed
by the Chicago Brick Co wont on
srtlke because lumbar was delivered
at tho plant by nonunion drivers em
ployed by tho Lumbermens associa
tion
Deputy United States Marshal D O
Williams of Danvllle III has unearth
ed 1808 In counterfeit money on a
farm near Rldecfarm
Loutevlllo decorated to an exton
hitherto unknown and smiled on with
typical summer weather extended tbo
hand of hospitality to a noverendln
stream of arriving veterans who cam
to attend the ICth annual reunion of
the United Confederate Veterans
For the second time In five years lhe
United Confederate Veterans and aux
Ilary organizations gathered In Lou
Isvllle Ky for their annual reunion
Chaplalp Gen Jones In his invocation
prayed that the blessing of Almighty
God may rest upon the president ot
those United States and that he may
mbe enabled to be tho president of the
whole country and of every section
The United Confederate Veterans re
elected their old officers as follows
Commanderinchief Lieut Gen Ste
phen D Lee Mississippi commander
trans MiselssIppl department LIeu
Gen W L Cabell Texas commando
army of Tennessee department Lieut
Gen Clement A Evans Georgia com
mander army of Northern Virginia de
partment C Irvlno Walker South
Carolina
Beneath tho shot riddled baUleflag
that floated over many a sodden got
and to the thrilling strains of Dixie
that oft had cheered them on to vie
tory or defeat the veterans who won
the gray marched 1n review before
thousands of people gathered In Ken
tuckys chief city Louisville to do
them honor
Orders were received at the New
York navy yard from the navy depart
ment at Washington to remove the
guns In the fighting tops of the battle
ship Alabama Orders have been Is
sued also that the guns are not to be
replaced In the fighting tops of the
battleship Indiana which Is being re
paired It Is reported that the guns
aro to be replaced by range finders
and that similar orders were to be Is
sued regarding other battleships
Plans have boon ordered for a mil
lion dollar passenger steamer with a
speed of 21 miles an hour to run be
tween Detroit and Cleveland
The Increase In assessments by thi
Royal Arcanum has caused a storm It
the large membership of the order
throughout Virginia Members every
where are threatening to revolt
A granite shaft erected In memory
of those who lost their lives in the dls
aster to the excursion Ummer Gen
eral Sloe nl In Bast river was unveil
ed In tho Lutheran cemetery In Middle
Village L I
Secretary of State John Hay arrived
from Bwrope on tho steamer Baltic
much Improved In health but plalnlj
showing that ho was far from being a
well man
Princes Margaret of Connaught
niece of King Edward and grand
daughter of Queen Victoria was mar
ried to Prince Gustavus Adolphus ol
Sweden son of tho Swedish crown
prince at Windsor
ConimlMloner of Pensions Warnai
decided that after July 1 all orders foi
medical examination of pension claim
ants shall emanate from the medical
branch of the bureau under dIrection
of the medical referee
v Tho treasury department Issued a
warrant for 183 In favor of President
Roosevelt which represents the twc
months extra pay allowed to of loon
In the Spanish war under an act pass
ed by congress In 1S99
The Rreateet scandal Chicago 1m i
ever seen according to Statos Attor
ney Healy Is to follow the disclosure
made before tho grand jury by John C
Drlsooll when the former secretary of
the Associated Building Trades and
Coal Team Ownors association reveal
ed the entire history of the dealings
between employers and union labor
leadprs particularly that branch ol
union labor represented by the Chic
go Teamsters union
A new dry dock over 700 feet long
and of proportions sufficient to accom
modate the most powerful warship
afloat Is to bi built at the Newport
Newn shipyards The work will cost
1000000It
It Is probable that no successor tc
Grand Duke Alexis who resigned hit
position as high admiral of the navy
will be appointed and that the af
fairs of his department will be en
trusted to n responsible ministry
Mrs Paul Klass killed her four smaj
children and then committed sulclds
at her homo noar Klolor WIs Ill
health
Chief Justice Melville W Fuller Is
to retire from tho United States su
premo bench and to bo appoInted by
the president as a member of the In
ternational board of arbitration Sec
rotary of War Taft Is to be appointed
chief justice
Business failures in tho United
States for the week ending June IE
number 177 against 194 last week 181
In tho like week In 1901 1C5 In 1902
and 177 in 1902
Mrs Sarah Burner Rhodes who was
born In Carroll county Ohio on July
25 1800 died at Marshall Okla
Michael Rhodes whom she married In
Michigan dW 32 years ago at Fort
Wayne led She was the mother oi
13 children
childrenGladstone
Gladstone Dowlo and Judge Barnes
have practically completed the deal for
the purchase of the Gonzales ranch In
the Stat of Tamaulipas This tract
comprises 1000000 acres
Through the explosion of a cask ot
oil at tho plant of the National Tube
Co at MoKuesport Pa four men were
burned BO seriously that they will die
Tho treasury department began the
Issue of a now 20 gold certificate of
an entirely original design to take the
place of the old certificates
Mt VonuvluB has entered upon n
now phase of activity which has re
sulted In widening the recently made
opening next to tho crn er
A reception was given to Vice Presi
dent Fairbanks and Mrs Fairbanks at
the home of his brother W D Fair
banks at Mansfield 111
Assistant Secretary Melville W Mil
MilI
let of the department of the Interior
presented his resignation lo the pros
dent and it was accepted In succes
slon the president appointed Jesse
Wilson of Indiana
The General Papor Co sued bf the
government to determine whether It
Is a combine in restraint of trade hai
lost Its contention before the United
Stats circuit court Milwaukee that It
should not be compelled to produce Its
books to supply evidence In response
to the prosecutors search for evidence
With the opening of the Truckee
Carson canal below Reno Neb the
first Irrigation system constructed by
the government under the reclamation
act a new area was opened tor Nevada
and the entire west The main canal
runs from Derby 16 miles east or
Reno on the Truckee river to a point
10 miles above Lectvllle on the CarBon
river a distance of 31 miles
Johann Hoch arch bigamist and con
vlcted of wife murder Is in a cheer
ful frame of mind A representatlvi
of a New York publishing bouse called
to see the uxorlclde and told him that
If he would agree to write a complete
and readable history of his life M
would pay him 1000
Mrs William Jennings Bryan an4
Miss Bryan sailed for Europe on the
steamer Vaderland
Eighty tons of gold15000000loo
together wIh sliver and currency
amounting to 10000000 or 5C000
000 In all wee hauled through the
streets from the old subtreasury In tM
nand lcNally buldlng to the New
federal building Chicago
The Paris Journal prints the offlcla
announcement of Premier Rouvleri
nomination as minister of foreign af
fairs and that of M Merlou as mIn
Ister of ItnanceI
J Graham Phelps Stokes the mil
llonalre philanthropist and Rose Hat
rlet Pastor former cigar maker and
ghetto girl will be married In New
York on July 18 The ceremony Is it
be marked by simplicity Miss Pastor
wedding dross cost less than 40 It
Is all rondy
Samuel Davis America instrucor of
the Panama police oted In Panama
HIs death Is deplored as the police
had greatly Improved under his In
st ruction Davis formerly was a deter
live sergeant of the New York ally
police
policeGen
Gen Arthur I Wagner U S A ol
Washington who went to Ashevllle
N C about six weeks ago In search of
health died suddenly of tuberculosis
contracted while in aerrlce in the Phil
IpplnesDr
Dr James M Ayers ot Hamilton G
who has been since 1808 the United
States consul at Rosario Argentine
was officially notified that he bad beat
removed from office
Profits of 1260000 In three yean
are raid to have been made by tlji
Continental Finance Co and an allied
concern kowa as the Continental Ft
nancing Co of Chicago for both 9
which concerns the Western Trust and
Savings bank was appointed a receiver
A C Sefton of Ml Vernon was
found dead by campers In a grow neat
Columbus 0 with a bullet hole In
his head and the revolver lying near
Indicating suicide
Fire practically destroyed tho entire
town of Johnson City five miles from
Marion III Forty buildings Includ
Ing tho entire business section were
burnedPascal
Pascal P Pratt millionaire mer
chant amt banker died In Buffalo N
Y He had undergone an operation
and never rallied from the shock
lit a pitched battle on a negro ex
cordon train returning from Atlanta
Ga to Columbus 11 negroes wore kilt
ed andthroo dangerously wounded
As the result of a quarrel among
members of a fishing party on the Dan
river ten miles south of Poplar Bluff
Mo Charles Booth Charles Vender
pool and Cleveland Parrott wore shot
and killed
The St Louis Typographical union
rescinded its action of June Sin ac
cepting a contract calling for a nine
hour day and an advance of 150 a
week In wages for the union job prin
ters
Tho flags of every nation represent
ed in Havana aro at halfmast over the
legations and consulates In honor of
the death of Gon Maximo Gomez and
from Cabanas fortress a gun booms
every half hour In every street there
are long rows of Cuban flags draped
In mourning
mourningThousands
Thousands of dead fish aro floating
on the surface of Spruce Run creek a
tributary of tho Rarltan rIver neat
Somerville N J as the result of a
break In tho Tidewater Oil Co 8 pipe
lino near Glen Gardner N J
The great Armour ice houses at Pe
waukee WIs wore struck by light
ning and practically destroyed In ad
dition to the Ice houses tho residence
of tho superintendent the barns and
the boarding house with 50 rooms
wore destroyed Loss 225000
During a thick fog which has pro
vailed on the upper lakes for the past
week the steel freight steamers Etru
ria and Amasa Mine collided ton
miles off Presque Isle light in Lake
Huron The Etruria went to the bot
tom Thirtyfive Koreans were examining
a torpedo which washed ashore on the
coast when the torpedo exploded and
all the Koreans were blown to atoms
Relatives wero notified of the seri
ous illness of Francis Murphy G9 the
temperance apostle who Is living on
his California farm
Mayor R W Spcerhaa telegraphed
to President Roosovelt a formal Invi
tation to the Russian and Japanese
peace plenipotentiaries to hold their
sittings In Denver
Harvey Smith John Colllar and Will
Jackson three negro murderers were
hanged at Decatur Ala
I TO ARRANGE PEACE
Wnshi11 I ton Was Selected as the
Meeting Place
I
M Nelldoff Has Already Accepted tho
Chairmanship of the Russian Mis
sion Conference To Convene
the Middle of August
fet Petersburg June 19 Russia his
finally and definitely accepted Wash
ington as the meeting place of tbs
Russian and Japanese plenipotentia
rIes the foreign office having waive
its request for reconsideration at the
personal direction of the emperor
whoso desire to glvo the fullest and
fairest opportunity to President Roose
volts proposal for a peace conference
Is thereby manlfctJtedI
In certain quarters ° here envy and
andI
jealousy of the United States are 111
concealed The entire collapse of the
negotiations was predicted Saturday
and there was almost open exultation
at what was declared to be a rebut
to Roosevelt
RooseveltWashington
Washington Juno 19 Russia anil
Japan have tentatively decided each
to appoint three plenipotentiaries to
represent them In the Washington con
ference M Nolldoff It Is understood
has already accepted the chaIrmanshIp
of the Russian mission and Is being
consulted about selection of his ama
elates but Washington lias not yet
heard whether Marquis Itos health
will permit him to come as the rank
Ing Japanese plenipotentiary The be
Hot here Is that Field Marshal Yama
gala will be designated < n Itos place
should the marquis be unable to ac
cept It Is expected that the confer
ence will convene here about the mid
die of August
Pending the official announcement
of the plenipotentiaries little progress
toward the arrangement of an armis
tice Is bolng attempted on either sIde
A RAILWAY DISASTER
TwentyFive People Killed In a Colli
slop on Western Maryland Road
Baltimore June 19The death roll
of Saturday nights disaster on the
Western Maryland railroad now foot
up 25 and this number la likely to bl
Increased from among the list of thosi
grievously mangled All the dead
were employes of the railroad return
Ing to their homes In the email town
along tho railroad to spend Sunday
With the exception of the train crew
they had been at work repairing the
damage done to the roadbed ten day
ago by a minor freight wreck at Mt
Hope Station near this city The
train which was No 5 passenger
westbound carried a large number
of passenger all the coaches being
filled
filledThe
The fearful Impact drove the pas
senger tender Into the baggage cat
and demolished it and the mall car
In an Instant the scone resembled a
shambles Along the track on both
sides wero scattered dead and fright
fully mangled men while most of
those who had been In the baggage car
and on the engines were pinioned in
the wreckage out of immediate reach
of helping hands
TEAMSTERS STRIKE
Matter Taken Out of the Hands of
Shea and the Board of Strategy
Chicago Juno 191t Is freely pre
dicted by both the members of the
Employers association and labor lead
ers that the teamsters strike which
has been in progress for over two
months will bo a thing of the past be
fore the end of the present week Ef
forts are now being made in two dif
ferent directions to bring about an ad
justment of tho difficulty According
to one of the officials of the Chicago
Federation of Labor the strike will be
called off entirely by the strikers them
selves As a step toward this end it
was decided at an executive meeting
of the Chicago Federation of Labor to
begin missionary work with members
of the Teamsters Joint Council The
plan is to work on these officials and
bring a majority of them to favor call
Ing off tho strike
THE DEATH OF GEN GOMEZ
Flags of Every Nation Represented at
Havana at Half Mast
Havana Juno 19TIlo flags of ev
cry nation represented In Havana are
at halfmast over the legations and
consulates in honor of the death of
Gen Maximo Coma and from Ca
banas fortress a gun booms every halt
hour In every street there are long
rows of Cuban flags draped In mourn
ing and even the poorest tenements
have crepe tied to the windows The
Spanish club joined In the mourning
by hoisting the Castilian flag at half
mast The body of Gen Gomez was
taken to the palace where it now lies
In state In the principal salon her
rounded by great masses of flowers
sent by relatives friends comrades
the government departments and so
cial and political organizations
The King of Norway
London Juno 19Tho Copenhagen
correspondont of the Dally Mail says
be learn on excellent authority that
the majority of the members of tho
Swedish riksdag are ready to accept
King Oscars third son Prince Karl
as king of Norway
To Settle Far Eastern Affairs
London Juno 19 According to tho
Dally Malls Paris correspondent Em
peror William has been sounding the
powers with the object Qf convening
an international conference to settle
far eastern affairs
If 4
I
FROM ALLOVER THE STATE 0
THE HARGISES
The Murder Charges Against Tkui
Were Dismissed
Jackson Ky June 19Atter con
suiting the attorneys and addr sslns
to each prisoner the direct qufstloi
of whether he had anything to do with
the murder of James Marcum MagIs
trate Allen dismissed the charges of
murder preferred in his court agaInst
James HargIs Alex Hargis and D F
French concluding one of the mos
dramatic sessions ever held In a Ken
tucky court and relieving Jackson of a
tension of excitement that has lasted
i throughout the trial
The proceedings were enlivened b1
Incidents of the trial that were reared
to be working the factions Into fight
Ing moods Prosecuting Attorne
Blanton angered at James Hargis
crossexamination of a witness aces
suddenly shook his fist under the In
terrogators face and turning toward
Magistrate Allen said
This court can go to the devil
Blanton left the room but at Mrs
Marcums plea returned and continued
In the case participating In tho con
sultatlon which preceded the court
announcement of tho dismissal of the
case lhoI
I
KILLED A BOY
Later In a Fit of Remorse Cosby Com
mltted Suicide
KuttaWa Ky June 19J C Cosby
who located here a few weeks ago set
ting up a jewelry and watch repaIr
shop died from the effects of mor
phine taken with suicidal Intent Ho
came here from Fredonla Ky It Is
reported that while hunting some
months ago Ira company with a boy ai
altercation arose and In selfdefens
he shot and killed the boy This act
preyed upon his mind until he coin
mltted the act He leaves a wife ant
three small children In a penniless
conditionINDICATIONS
INDICATIONS OF TROUBLE
Mose Feltner Taken From Jackson T
Winchester
Lexington Ky June 17It was de
cIded to take Mose Feltner back to
Winchester from Jackson There are
strong Indications of trouble and the
county attorney believes that If Felt
ner takes the stand against the Har
glsos and French this will be tho sIc
nal for an outbreak He advised Sher
iff McChord of Clark county In whose
custody Feltner remains pending the
convening of the Estill circuit court
that It might be unsafe for Feltner to
remain Feltner will refuse to return
to Jackson unless the governor pro
vides a military escort
CONFEDERATE VETERAN DEAD
He Died With TwentyThree Notches
In His Gun
Louisville Ky June 17Andrew
Jackson Cogar 70 confederate veter
an from Midway Ky who was one ot
the most famous sharpshooters In the
civil war was found dead from upo
plesy in bed at the South Carolina re
union headquarters He claimed t1
have killed 23 federals at tho battl
of Manassas
ManassasRobbed
Robbed a Veteran
Lexington Ky Juno 16Tom Cos
tigan Is locked up here charged wit
picking the pocket of Joseph Hugh s
ot Lockhart Tex a confederate vet
oran stopping over here en route to
the reunion at Louisville Cos tlgan
when arrested had Hughes pocket
book
Settled the Differences
Central City Ky Juno 19At Dc
vier near here Henry Drown kllle
Dave Patton Patton went to Drowns
house tq settle differences between
their children Brown secured Pat
tons pistol shooting the latter three
times in the head
Death From Unnatural Causes
Paducah Ky June HTho Inquest
into the sudden death of Mrs Ida Hes
rig who was found dead In her roof
a week ago by her husband Dr S T
Hesslg was finished and the jury re
turned a verdict that she came to her
death from unnatural causes
° State Normal School
Lexington KyJune i7Plansaro
on foot to wrest from tho State college
here control Of the State Normal
school and located at different points
into three parts located at dIfferent
points in the state
Both His Legs Were Broken
West Point Ky Juno 17Ed Me
Afee who was acting in place of J G
Drashear master of bridges for the
Texas railroad fell at Irvlngton and
both legs were broken He is also In
jured Internally
InternallySlot
Slot Machine Return
Newport Ky June 19There was
a wave of indignation In Newport when
the people learned that the slot ma
chines which had been ordered out
May 1 by the mayor had reappeared
The saloonkeepers will fight the mat
ter In the courts
Feudist Gets Two Years
London Ky June 19Tflt9rd
Otnge was convicted and sentenced
to two years In the Clay circuit court
by a Jury1 summpned from Laurel coun
ty for killing State Representative J
J C Howard
A HOME PURCHASING COMPANY
Brought To a Termination By the Ar
rest of the Active Head
Paducab Ky June 17The affairs
of the Peoples Home Purchasing Co
camo to an abrupt termination with
the arrest of Its active head J E Bor
deaux on the charge of conducting a r
business without a license and for fail
lire to make the deposits with the stats
treasury as required by law of foreign
corporations The company Is char
tered under the laws of New Jersey
and has been conducting a business
similar In some respects to that oC
building and loan companies Deposi
tors are promised a home on install
ment plan A rigid Investigation is
in progress and there may bo further
arrests A receiver has been asked
for on behalf of the patrons The
amount of money taken In can not ba
learned at this time but it Is thought
to be large
A fraud order has been Issued
against the concern by the postal au
thorities at Washington The com
pany had customers in many states
SUN LIFE INSURANCE CO
The Court of Appeals Decided Against
the Policyholders
Frankfort Ky June 16Tho Ken
tucky court of appeals decided against
the policy holders In the Sun Life In
surance Co of America in their ef
forts to secure a distribution among
them of the reserve funds of the com
pany following Its withdrawal from
business and the assumption of Its
outstanding policies by the Metro
politan Life Insurance Company The
policy holders who were plaintiffs in
the Jefferson Chancery court had
agreed to the transfer to tho Metro
politan company and the court hero
says they aro bound by their contract
of agreement but that had they re
fused to agree they could only se
cure under section 659 Kentucky stat
utes the surrender of the value ol
the policy
policyMURDER
MURDER RESULTED
Negro Was Drinking From a Faucet
Used By White Men
Paducah Ky June 16 Walter O
Taylor timekeeper for the W J Oil
ver Construction Co was probably fa
tally shot by an unknown negro al
Wlckllffe The negro was drinking
from a faucet where white men got
their water when Taylor ordered him
to desist Refusing the white man
struck the negro who pulled a pistol
and shot him A posse is In pursuit
and if the negro is captured he will ht
lynched Taylor was removed to llenv
phis Tenn
Carried a Portable Register
Paducah Ky June IGEdgar Mor
rison a street car conductor was ar
rested on the charge of conspiracy
with Intent td defraud the Paducab
City Railroad Co It Is alleged that by
tho use of a portable register stolen
from the office the company has been
defrauded out of about 2000 In a few
weeks
Three Sisters Drowned
Brandenburg Ky June 16lslJea
Hallle Fannie and Annie Belle Booth
daughters of Dr Gait Booth residing
at Creclllus 15 miles below here were
drowned in the Ohio while bathing
Misses Hallle and Fannie lost their
lives In an effort to save their slstei
Annie
More Tax Raises
Frankfort Ky June 1GThe board
lfollowing
following counties Franklin and Gal
raid no change Oldham 10 per cent
raise on lands Gallatln 20 per cent
raise on lands Jesamlne 10 per cent
raise on nnds and 12 per cent on town
lots
IIt Looks Like Murder
HIndman Ky June 19The body
of Alice Bradley 30 was found hang
Ing from a tree by a party of hunters
on Quicksand creek near this city A
gash In the back of tho womans head
leads the authorities to believe thai
she was dpcoyed to the spot and mute
dcredI
He Toyed With a Pistol
CovIngton Ky June 19 Clarenca
Everson while toying with a pistol at
his home accidentally let tho hammer
drop and tho pistol was discharged
The bullet Imbedded Itself In his left
nee wounding him so seriously that
it is feared his leg will have to be am
putated
putatedDrowned
Drowned While Bathing
CovingtonTCy Juno 19 William
Stein 16 was drowned In tho Ohio
river while bathing at the foot of Main
street Stein was noticed sInkIng by
his playmates but they could not reach
him In time i
The Highest In Nine Year
Lexington Ky June 19The heat
here has been Iniejse There wore
two prostrations W II Smith and
Louis Fain both of whom however
aro out of danger Tho mercury was
u2tho highest point for June reached
In nine years
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