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. ligion when rest of family turned
Roman Catholics, inherited $25,
000 from uncle's estate.
New York. When whistle on
steamship Metapan, sailing for
Jamaica, blew, nervous woman
became so excited she dropped
false teeth into water. Her trip
Constantinople. Before ac
cepting Sultan's appointment as
grand vizier, Tewfik Pasha will
try and see if he can get another
cabinet together. Turky seems
to be on verge of revolution.
Winona, Minn. Martin Dasz
kowski, 43Vinona's oldest mail
carrier in point of service, and
son Edward, 19, electrocuted.
Son grabbed live wire and father
tried to pull him away.
Butler, Pa. Carl Snyder and
Henry Keister arrested. Denied
they drugged and mistreated Stel
la Hockenberry, 17, causing her
Girl accused men on death bed.
IA.11 members of prominent fami
lies. Los Angeles. Eight aviators
Suspended by Aero Cldb of Amer
ica for participation in unsanc
tioned meet in Boston will form
Lincoln Beachey and Farnum
'Fish leading new movement.
Cleveland. As part of govern
ment regular allowance of cloth
ing, U. S. Marine Corps are be
ing supplied with pajamas.
Canton, O Robert Butler nar
rowly escaped death -when crush
ed body of fellow workman, killed
by crane, knocked him in front of
another crane at U. S. steel plant. J
Springfield HI. Atty. General
Stead said that Deneen had no
power to name successor of Wil
Declared that no vacancy ex
isted by senator's ousting.
Big Rapids, Mich. Professor
Woodbridge N. Ferris will enter
race for governor as progressive
Running for public office is get
ting to be popular amusement
Wonder what leaders in old
days, when candidates were man
ufactured in "Archy" road sa
loons, would think of the profes
sors if they came back to life.
New York. Charles D. Hilles,
chairman of Republican national
committee, formally opened na
tional campaign in New York.
Seagirt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
and William F. McCoombs, na
tional chairman, will probably se
lect national campaign committee
today or tomorrow.
Harrisburg, Pa. Entire force
of enginemen, brakemen, flagmen
and conductors of Pennsylvania
Steel Company's yard system
walked out on strike. Increase
Detroit, . Mich. Pauline Pal
mer, vaudeville actress, When told
that husband, Nat Wilson, actor,
had committed suicide, said she
would act her funniest and sing
Washington. Charles M. Rid-
dell, Indiana, elected sergeant-at-arms
by Democratic caucus of
House, to succeed late Stokes
Vincennes, Ind. Lightning
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