Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
DE1I 111 1IHELEHI1 OFUHl This Number May Be Greatly Increased By Lockjaw SLIGHTLY LESS THAN LAST YEAR Injured Number 2,789 Excess of 1905 By 358 m RUNAWAY ACCIDENTS ADD GREATLY TO LISTS Chicago Tribune Gathers Statistics From All Parts of the Country By Associated Press. Chicago, July 5. The Tribune today today publishes its ninth annual summary summary of deaths and injuries caused throughout the United States by yese - terday's celebration of the Declaration Declaration of Independence. The figures up to an early hour to - day were as follows: follows: Dead, 38. By fireworks 9, by cannon 1, by firearms 11, by explosions explosions 7, by toy pistols 4, by runaway runaway 1, by drowning 5. Injured, 2,789. By fireworks 1,09 9, by cannon 2G1, by firearms 393, by explosives 697, by toy pistols pistols 304, by runaways 35.