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"Meyers, suing for divorce, said
"husband used to kiss her sister so
hard it left mark for a week.
Holyoke, Mass. James Luther
Taylor, 58, suicide. Gas. Ill-health
r New York. William Sloan, 55,
disappeared after receiving$250,
000 fee for settling cjaim for J. H.
Knight. Friends fear criminal
New York. Chauffeur of auto
ambulance' turned machine onto
sidewalk -to avoid striking boy in
street. Killed 4 woman and in
jured one o'ther.
South Bend, Ind. 'Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kubiak saved' from
death at fjre'by leapingjnto po
liceman's arms. '
New York. Priest climbed
"L" pillar and braved death on
3rd rail to administer-last rites to
woman who had flung herself un
PARKER TO THE FRONT.
Judge Alton B. Parker, Urged by
Tammany as Temporary Chair
man at Baltimore.
New York. Condition of
Mabel Hfte, dying actress, took
turn for the worse this morning.
New York. Samuel R. Myers,
83, in court to defend breach of
promise suit of $30,000 brought
against him by Mrs. Charlotte,
Frances Law, 60.
Philadelphia. University o
Pennsylvania held 156th annual
commencement. 830 graduated,
San Antonio, Tex.- Sen. Joe
Bailey will not be a candidate for
Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cudahy were re-married
Duluth, Minn. Gopher state
express, Great Northern railroad,
wrecked at Grasston. Several
Philadelphia. Four women ar
rested for entering butcher shops
and pouring oil on meat.
San Juan, P. R. Bubonic
plague has broken out. 5 deaths.
7 in confinement.
Neenah, Wis. 15-months son
of Henry Bodner fell in pail of
Boston, Mass. Arthur .W.
Shaw, former president Shaw
Shoe Co., sentenced to from 3 to
5 years for $15,000 theft from
Hempstead, N. Y. Hugh Sar
geant, young aviator, probably
fatally injured when machine fell.
Madison, Wis. Fight between
LaFoilette and Gov. McGovern
for control, expected as result of
governor's flop to Roosevelt.
New York. Harry Bingham
Brown, English aviator, came
down in road when imaghjn.e'weafc