Duluth, MN Horseshoe Lake Drownings, Jul 1905

TWO ARE DROWNED.

Canoe Ride Is Fatal for Two Minnesota Boys.

Duluth, July 29.---George Conneat, aged 22 years, of St. Paul, and George Price, 25, of Eveleth, Minn., were drowned while canoeing in Horseshoe Lake, five miles east of Sparta, today. Wm. Clements, the third member of the party, saved himself by swimming ashore. The men were engineers employed by the Drake and Stratton company.

Grand Forks Daily Herald, Grand Forks, ND 30 Jul 1905

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