Greenville, Me., July 3.- The Halifax expresa on the Canadian Pacific railway was wrecked at a bridge over ! the west outlet of a sniall stream near this place. Five persons were killed and eight injured, eoine fatally. Following are the killed: Engineer Fred Leavett, Megantic, Me.; Fred Fosa, Canadian Pacific station assistant at Greenville; Walter Starkey, mail clerk, St. John, N. B. : ö. C Hyt, pascólo!, rui l p airfield, Me. ; an tmknown second-class passenger, still nnder the wreek. The injured: Angus McDonald, fireinan, probably fatal; Charles Grant, etation agent at Jackman, concussion of the brain and seriousiy scalded; Devine, Montreal, news agent: 'Winiam Kelly, Megantic, Me.; Richard Duke, passenger, Gloncester county, N. B.; Alex Belfour, Nova Scotia, cut over the eye; W. F. Williams. Manchester; E. J. Maben, Bank of Nova Scotia, Montreal.