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MISS ROOSFVELT MOBBED.

. A KEMAKK.ABI.E RECORD. -....--

YALUABLE STAMPS.

SUICIDE IN EUROPE.

ACCUSED OF SEVEN MUBDEES.

GIPSY SHUTTLECOCKS.

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.'-.'.'-'--'. jFitfRCti.FRONTIER…

! TERItlliLE MENAGERIE SCENE.

¡TWO PRIESTS DROWNED.

VESSEL'S TERRIBLE EXPERIEJNCE.

A COSTLY KICK.

GAMBLER LOSES < £ 12,000.

U.S. TRANSPORT ON FIRE.

ANOTHER HOOLIGAN OUTRAGE.

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_._-,--CAME TO LIFE AGAIN.…

PRINCESS' SAD CASE.

DROWNED IN BALL DRESSES.

SURGICAL RECORD.

JUGGLER'S FATAL SLIP.

DUPED DETECTIVES.

- GERMAN DOCTORS' INCOMES.

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BRITAIN AND JAPAN.

TERRIBLE SCENES AT A FIRE.

MURDER AND HYPNOTISM.

LOVER'S DESPAIR AND DEATH.

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GERMANS SLivJOT CANADIAN. GrcM excitement hits been caused through- out Canada, by the news of the murder of Dr. Donaldson by Germans \11 German West Africa. Dr..Donaldson was only 33 years of age-, and was wel'i-known thro-ugifeut the Do- minion. He-wisis a son of Mr. Vernon Donald- eon, of Brookvilie, and was a, graduate of McGIll University. The doctor was- the first Canadian to volunteer for service in the Boer war. and he subsequentv took service with the British troops, in Somalilhnd. His sister, Mrs. S n n, lives at⢠Pittsburg, Pa. u i1 t account states that Dr. Anson DonrJldson was- walking- in one of the streets, vl "i a, Genn nn i- 11 < *0 e 1 r*- him. The do + r dropped to ^-iukI > ->d s^ral other soldiers then fired, nra-.tjeallv r.'ddling his hody. It is t'hnt his .remains were <â " r dw-povt-NT r "is h"s al 1 I in 0 1 t j â » ft r se er> j i p* i + ar.y e havi been

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