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Thorapsonville, Conn. Wil
liam Bay, oldest man in Connecti
cut, had lived long enough to
know that it was against law of
state to sell liquor anl groceries
and was arrested.
(3 'Washington. Treasury esti
mates that there are l,93J,131,eol
pennies in circulation.
Washington. Sen Hoke Smith
ms trying to have all colored po
licemen fired from Washington
Washington. Daughters of
American Revolution is fighting
treasury plan to remove Goddess
of Liberty design from 5-cent
piece and substitute buffalo head.
Yonkers, N. Y. Martha Bos
ton received postcard from Chas.
Williams showing picture of man
spanning girl, and had him arrest
ed for making threats.
Joliet, M. Frank Jackson, car
penter, has inherited $6,000,000
estate in England. Will leave
Seagirt, N. J. Wilson left for
Trenton, where, among other en
gagements, he has on? with Sam
uel Gompers and other offcers of
American Federation of Labor.
Will make his stand on labor
St. Louis. Mrs. Frank Young,
to evade deputy sheriff who
wished to serve papers for divorce
suit filed by husband" took refuge
in bath-tub. Deputy, being a gen-
tleman, waited. After three hours
she gave up and accepted service.
Lafayette, Ind. George Stro
bel. proprietor American Hotel, is
dying as result of 5-days' spell of
Washington. James B. Reyn
olds, member of tariff board,
chosen as sec'y of Republican
National Committee to succeed
Win. Hayward, Jr.
San Francisco. Body of Mrs.
Sarah Piatt Decker,, suffragist
and reform worker, who died here
following operation, was taken
today to Denver.
Pipestone, Minn. Bodies of 2
small sons of Peter Estergard,
horribly burned, found in ashes of
San Francisco. Thieves stole
$10,000 worth of gems from home
of Edward W. Hopkins, wealthy
business man, while family were
golfing. Pinkertons on case.
San Francisco. Promoter Cof
froth said that there will be no
hitch in Abe Attell-Tommy Mur
phy fight, scheduled for Aug. 3.
New York. Police have as yet
secured no clue to murderer of
Julia Connors ,12, who was en
ticed into flat, outraged and
Lakewood, N. J. Prof. Chas.
A. Strong, son-in-law of John D.
Rockefeller, has decided to make
his home at American colony,
Pittsburgh. 2 4ead and many
prostrated as result of heat in last
24 hours. 90 degrees.
Aurora, 111. 800 men, entire
day force, walked out on strike
when D. E. Carey was re-engaged
as general superintendent.
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A novel low shoe, which is ex
cellent for wear with a linen suit,
is of suede leather, lacing and ty
ing at the side. ,
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