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height of 13 feet 1 inch. The
photograph shows Gardner in his
record Vault Compare the
height of the cross bar to the man
Withington broke the intercol-
legiate two mile recordj after a
fight with Haimburg of Michigan
and McCurdy of Pennj and col
lapsed as he breasted the tape.
He was falling as the photograph
was taken. His record time was
OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Zeitheim,. Saxony. King Fred
erich August III of Saxony had
his ankle badly sprained and leg
injured when he was thrown from
horse while reviewing troops.
Hartford, Conn. Adj. Gen.
Cole ordered one company state
militia sent to Middlestown to
quell strikers of Russell Manu
facturing Co.'s plant.
New York. Wm. Sherer,
Mgr. N. Y. clearing house, on
stand in money trust investiga
tion, said he thought clearing
house deserved $50,000,000 "rake
off" it gets through check collec
tions, because it saves people so
New York. Roosevelt will go
to Chicago next Wednesday and
will bolt if delegates are not
seated -was the positive "State
ment made by one of his close
Johnstown, Pa. Wm. P.
Woodhouse, 35, Wethersfield,
Conn., and Philip Dell, 21, civil
engineers, Penn. railroad, killed.
Marion, O. Warren G. Hard
ing of this city will nominate Taft
at Chicago convention.
London. Police charged and
cracked many heads of striking'
wock wprkers at Tilbury docks.
Hagefstown, Mi Charles W.
Adams. Supt. of National Ceme
tery, Antietam, shot and killed
by Charles W. Benner, Sharps
burg, Mass., who later committed
suicide. Adams had testified
against Benner's character in re
Los Angeles. Nat Goodwin
saved Avanelle Ferguson, de
scribed as young and beautiful,
from drowning, and reporters are
trying to make her Mrs. "Good
win No. 5.
New York. Curjastone bets
being made on outcome df Chi
cago convention. Roosevelt the
New York. Rose Pastor
Stokes, wife.of millionaire andj
well known social' worker, aiding)
cause of striking hotel employes. '
Sioux Falls, S. D. 'Victory of j
Thomas Sterling over Sen. Gam-1
ble seems assured.
Bloomington, IJ1. Aviator J.f
D. Spaulding, in Curtiss bi-plane,
fell twice while making flights.;
Each fall about 50 feet. Not in
jured. White Plains, N. Y. Chief
Justice Keough has permitted
.transfer of Harry K. Thaw from
Mattewan to county jail?
New York. Police have been
ordered to begin war on -despera
does who infest East Side.