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climbing mainmastand fastening
cap on spike, that tradition de
mands. Boston. Dr. John J. Mullow
ney, board of health, said that
soap was carrier of deadly germs.
Especially common variety that
is used to wash dishes.
New York. 10 persons report
ed drowned in storm that swept
New England coast and raged
south as far as Virginia capes.
Atlantic City visited by cyclone.
Pittsburg, Pa. One drowned,
several families driven from
homes by terrific rainstorms.
Thousands of dollars damage.
Newport, R. I. Vincent Astor
will sail for Europe Tuesday to
visit mother and sister. He is not
going on White Star Line.
Pittsburg, Pa. William Lori
mer, William J. Cooke and chauf
feur injured when auto in which
they were on way to Chicago
struck telegraph pole at Clays
ville, 25 miles from here.
Lorimer saved couple when
horse ran away.
Everything seems to be com
ing to Lorimer in a bunch these
Hartford, Conn. Pierce A.
Johnson, wealthy contractor, kill
ed and wife and children injured.
Auto turned turtle.
New York. Taft and Wilson
may meet on same platform. Both
slated to make speeches during
meeting of American Road Con
gress, Sept. 30 to Aug. 5.
Kansas City. Moving pictures
will be taken of wedding held in
aeroplane here next Saturday.
Philadelphia, Pa. Dawson j
Hoopes, son of millionaire, call
ed to see his girl, Helen Scher
mer. Her father objected.
Brought chair into play. Hoopes
Atlanta, Ga. Trial of Mrs.
Eugene H. Grace, charged with
attempted murder of husband,
will start today.
Grace, who is helpless invalid,
accuses wife of shooting him to
get $27,000 insurance.
London. Jas. Thorpe, Ameri
can Indian who starred in Olym
pic games, refused to visit King
of Sweden after latter had sent
equerry for him.
Washington. Reports show
that over $120,000,000 was ob
tained from "easy" American
public by use of mails to defraud.
New York. Helen Gilbert,
cabaret actress, dying as result of
auto accident at Far Rockaway.
4 other persons seriously injured.
New Haven, Conn. 4 persons
seriously injured when touring
car skidded and crashed into trol
Brooklyn. Louis McCuen
knocked down and slightly injur
ed by auto. Chauffeur undertook
to drive him to hospital. On way
auto struck street car. Both Mc
Cuen and driver may die.
Oyster Bay Roosevelt and
Boss Flinn, Pa., will confer today
about Flinrt's mutinous action in
regard to Pennsylvania electors
Baltimore, Md. Peter Pryal
declared that he feaw Capt. Smith,
Titanic, alive and well after
wreck. Asserts that he is in em
ploy of White Star Line.