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Lima Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1907, Lima, Ohio .HOMK "PRICKS" IS TODAY'S MTOKK MAkt: AS IVTKIt- KSTIM; KKAIHXli TO THK KHOt'l'tv-W AS ANVTUIMi IX THK I'AI'KR. Cima H THE WEATHER .iiij iiL.i.1 Friday. UtL-i.il.L LIMA. OHIO, T1U KVKMXiJ. AI'KtI. JS, FOUR WEEK9 25e. DEAD WILL EXCEED ONE THOUSAND As fiesult of Decent Earthquake In Mexico New Volcanoes Have Broken Out Creating Terror Among Inhabitants. Scores of Towns Have, Been Wiped Out Between Mexico City And the Pacific Ocean '.Q Uif Lima Dally BI, 1'ASO, TKX., I.ATKST A1WICKS HERB PROM THK Hf-XHOX OK THE DISASTER BY EARTHOl'AKE IN MEX- ICO INDICATES THAT THK MMBKH OF WUX EXCEED ONE TftOlSA.VD. NEW VtflUAXOES HAVE BROKEX OFT, AND THK LAVA SET FIRE TO THE FOREST. AUK FfcKEINCi AXI> OF TOWNS HAVK BEEN WIPED OVT HY THK OI'AKES ISK- TIVEEX MKXU.M) CITY AXD THK PACIFIC OCEAN. FRISCO! HAUGH HOME THROWN Of Father Vancola of Catholic Church AT WILKKSBARRK, I'EXV., WAS From a Train And Cut In Two Begins the Celebration of the First AXMVKKSARV OK THK EARTH- OfAKK lU-X'ALUXO THK AW- Fl'L 1HSASTKK OF ONE VKAR ACO. to the Lima Daily NEWS. Krattriiiru, April began the c-r-leliratioii first anniversary of. (he e-arih- which ail but out. the iolis of the, PitoltU- slopes. CASH o the Amount of One Million Awful I-HSt of i MKMHERH THK (HtVl TIOX ARK StHPBtTKO. JA- Special to Lima Daily NEWS. i April house of Vant'ola dyua- moruhip, in an to kill the prirst. Inn hr -..'.-d Mem- bers of Lht- i-migrt'gsiiiirn are sns- Special to the Lima Daily Bellevtie, April IX Arthur Hansom, age 31 years, of Kfiieviie, a Nickel Plate bi-akomuu, was thrown from a work train at Kocky River last night und cut in two. J KING AND QUEEN Of England Arrive at Gaeta, Itafy Today FROM BLUE, VKRSAIKMSS OHIO, KUXt; I.VM'KER MAN, A DO1XAHS IS TO BE THAW'S MOTHER Ti> BAM. OUT OF PRISON. UY StwMal to the I.hna Daily NKW YQKK, APRIL 1 S.-r-.MRS. WM. THAW l.-KFT FOH P1TTS- BTRU TO HAISK_ OXE DOLLARS IN CASH, BAIL MONEY FOR I IKK HON. LITTLE Will Be Electrocuted at the Penitentiary DAYTON MUR- DERER PASSES TIME AWAY WITH CARD UA.1JE3 AND JOKES. Special to the Uma Daily N Columbus, April Oliver Crooks the murderer, who to be sit [ionitenttary tonight, speiit hip. usual indifferent day kulay. He ways that 13 prepared fur the end, although he H not really auxious to die, because, he he under- stands what H njeaus. Lust night he played cards with the other in- mates of tht> and chatted and joked with the guards. He refuses to talk to any person other than those who are on watch, and seems fearful of visitors. All arrangements for the disposal of his body have been made with the Catholic Chaplain, who will at- tend him in his last hours. DELEGATION OF MINISTERS And Women Walt on the Governor This Morning but He Refused to Interfere with Death of Haugh. Special io the Lima Daily XKWS- Columbus. April deleeation of ministers anil .women (jalir-u mi CiUj governor Today arnfasfiea for a co'm- iuiilaiion of Murderer sen- tence. The governor and Hauah wlJl b-.- decirocuted tonighr. Was Found in His KIMDII at St. Morning. Hpet'iai to ihe Lima Daily St. Marya. Ohio. April IS-- Harry sigfd 30 yearn, a travelliiK her man from Versailles, Ohio, was found dead in his ruotn at a hf-tel here today, due to trouble. Johnnie At La Rue Found Dynamite Caps Thf-in tm s House Vl'uft and .fohnuie nud His Mollier fame Xeai- Going tlie TrijJ. 1 IN THKJH ROVAI. VA Oaily XKAVS. uAKl'A, ITALY. APUI1. THK NOVA I. YAOiT TliK KIM! AMI ijl'KKN KNCUANI) AH- IJIVKO HF.HK THIS MOKNiNO. THKV U'KUK (UUCKTP.U BY THK ITALIAN FELL IIOWN STAIItS THIH i iiArrrnco MIS SKI NOW AH. AXU YOUNG HOY LOSI'.K IJOTKI I.IXJS WHIM' To Hoard Car lit Afleilioon. Special to the Lima Daily N K Sldt.ey. Ohio, April Is. Arlhm Harrison. 1'> boll. afurnoon In timpt W lieeial to the i.iina Daily NHNVS. Akron. Aiiril is. .fiilil uni .1 lui'.iiiiis; r.i.in In re. down sl.tirs Ihis riiori'ins'.. i'm'Hirt iM.vi a short lime i-r I lie aivirlem. KAI> HIH ItOTKL THIS MORX- FROM WAS sinnme. BLOWN nv MT. STKHMNU EAIUA THIS i-ist'AVE'O IX A STOLKV HtG. This is a phoiograph of AnJvur Paget who with King Bdwiurd of England, tuw art erbiWt will IK' to the Janiestown Kvhibitioii which it festml will cut down Uif de- voted to the work of American artists. FOUR Members of the Gil- man Family Charg- ed Special to the Lima Daily N'KWS. Marion, Ohio. he li'.ile son of .lames IMekason, of .anie, foxind three small dynamite today. Ho j.laced them on the
KILLING HOl SK.IKM.ni'.K. MILK DEALERS With tho evt-eptkm of Ihe.I iM.ANT KILLING JOHN j rested IX MAV BK 11Ko and held ,o the Jury on MorsKHOM.KR. TAKKX GRAND olwrKe, that body 9 .._ Will _ TMK ANTI- failed to return Indlri.menls against I Till'ST LAW. them Mrs. (Jilman and now Special Io the Lima imily NEWS. J live af The aroj Stetil.envillr, April Is- -A mill Io the Umt ttally still of thlrf cit An uunsiuai iucldenl In -r bU-w here ihis OWo. ;'AprU TO. tVm plant ,lohn llouw milk with thn of Gilnuns was liolder struck by the Hying tlw jhrought before Jttrjr of T. Gr.dy, hen, k.lUtd limt.ntly. l lot ...i si.
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