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of submarine crew who went
down off Cherbourg peninsula
Saturday, has been given up.
Paris. Reported that Turks
seized all Christians between ages
of 9 and 45 and will kill them
unless powers induce Italy to re
lease Turkish territory in Aegen
Nashville, Term. Herbert
Paul, 16, confessed stabbing and
killing Alonzo Tolliver, 16. Proud
Cleveland. National confer
ence of Jewish charities in con
vention here. Judge Julian W.
Mack and Julius Rosenwald
Valejo, Cal. Deputy Sheriff
Fred Meyers shot and probably
fatally wounded John Workman,
marine, Mare Island Navy yard.
St. Paul, Minn. rRaymond
Dusek, 6, instantly killed and
mother, Mrs. Frank Dusek, proh
ably fatally injured. Street car.
Paris. Caruso's -voice said to
have failed and he will open
school of opera.
New York. Mrs. Ethel Plon
sky, 108, found her godson and
nephew, Moses Lazarowitz, 86.
Separated 40 years.
Indianapolis, Ind. Wm. Al
ford, 40, of Anderson, Ind., shot
and killed wife Josephine Alford,
46, and himself.
Vienna. Aviator Holmuth
Hirth, carrying passengers, won
Berlin to Vienna aeroplane race.
Covered 330 miles in 6 hours and,
New York. American athletes
bound for, the Olympic games wilL
sail for Sweden Friday, June 14.
Selection of team began today.
Boston. Police dragging the
river for the bodies of 4 known
dead and 5 more believed dead as
result 5f auto accidents.
New York Charles Carruth,
Jr., human slat, tried to stand up
right in subway train. Electric
fan. Scalp wound.
Malone, N. Y. 5 Chinese tried
to evade immigration laws byxlis
guising as negroes. Caught.
' Bayonne, N. J. Fire destroyed
lumber yard. Loss $250,000. Pas
senger trains sped through flames.
Hammondsport, N. Y. Dr. LT
D. Aldren crossed Lake Keaka in
hydroplane to save life of injured
Rome. Italian Women's Suf
frage Ass'n has started free em
ployment bureau for women. Car
ried out wishes of late Donna
New York. To obey new law
prohibiting "unseemly noises"
from midnight to 5 a. m., bull
frogs have stopped croaking dur
in'g those hours.
New York. James F. Hauser
ran through streets dressed as
Adam without the leaf when wife
took his clothes to keep him sober.
Washington. Two U. S. bat
tleships stationed at Key West
ordered to Cuba. Serious race
riots on island during last 48
Washington. Rear Admiral
Benj. P. Lamberton, former chief
of Dewey's staff, dead.
Mourmelon, France. Kim
merling, well-known aviator, and