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Peking. Chinese rebels have
i endangered the lives of foreign
missionaries at Che Foo and
American consul wants warship
sent over. N
San juan, Porto Rico. 5,000
, ,people.have left here for U. S. on
W' account of bubonic plague scare.? ,
ff t Sterling,Hl. 96 of descendants
jsary of Mr. and "Mrs. John Day
St. Louis. Mrs. Moldevan, 5
feet 4 inches tall, captured and
beat John Schultz, who weighs
175 lbs., and marched him to po
lice station after he hadirobbed
home, Mehlville, near here.
Bangor, Me. 19 teaspoons
iound in stomach of patient at
Eastern Maine Insane Asylum.
Lebanon, O. Mrs. Anna Win
kle married to her son-in-law,
George Hackman, 10 years her
junior. His first wife died several
Leavenworth, Kan. Brock
Foster, 64, received at Leaven-
"worth prison to begin sentence of
from 1 to 5 years.-Oldest prisoner
ever received here.
Paris. American Ambassador
Myron T. Herrick is carrying on
all official business in English
language instead of French.
New York. John Shields, 60,
pres. Atlantic Basin Iron Works,
married to Helen Walsh, 21, ste
nographer, because he liked her
Atlanta, Ga. John Wallace,
serving term in city stockade,"
scalded to death in sewer while
attempting to escape.
LuffMn, Tex.j-Angeline coun
ty jail without prisoner for first
time since it was built.
Athens. Italian fleet, with x
landing force of 20,000 men, is an
chored off Stampalia, ready for
Washington. Naval reserves
ofrWestern Penn., Northern New
York, Illinois and Minnesota or
dered to assemble "at S. Manitou
Island ,Lake Michigan, Aug. 12
for cruise on warships.
London. Aviator Hamel rose
3,000 feet in air to greet balloons
trying to win challenge cup.
New York. Police and 4 rob
bers, alleged to have stolen $10,
000 worth of feathers from store,
exchanged 30 shots in revolver
duel. No one hurt. Men arrested.
Cincinnati. 2 men and 2 girls
drowned when rowboat capsided
in Ohio river.
Washington. Congress will
take up Lorimer case immediately,
after Democratic convention.
Augusta, Ga. W. -N. Coler,
New York, drowned at beach of
Tybee Island. Cau'ght'in undertow.
A LAST RESORT.
- "So your son is married?"
"Yessuh. Dat boy couldn't
seem to get no work, nohow;".