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Dr. Gaston Odin's statement tKai
he has discovered cancer cure.
New York. Prominent men
have formed committee to give
reception to victorious Olympic
Newport, R. I. Mrs. Alexan
der Dallas Tratt came into Ca
sino wearing one hlack and one
New York. 2 men brought
turtle weighing 100 lbs. to City
Hall to give it to Mayor Gaynor
as pet. Mayor hurried out back
New York. In mixup of suit
cases on steamer Robert Fulton,
Mrs. Hull, Brooklyn, lost orte
containing $600 worth of jewelry
anil received one filled with
Mexico City. Francisco Ga
lana, in attempt to escape from
Panama jail, stabbed 4 guards to
death and wounded 3 others.
During fight other prisoners es
caped, but were recaptured.
Washington, Pa. George
Greene's activities in trying to
find out who murdered Celia'
Fiinka, 18, has resulted in his
being jailed for crime.
Girl had been attacked and
then strangled. Greene was not
suspected until he began to play
Larned, Kan. State Etymolo
gist Milliken says that Kansas is
being eaten up by mosquitoes.
Iowa has an eleven-year-old
But let us hope that Iowa isn't
proud of her "heathen India phild
Washington. Following Pres
ident Taft's disapproval of the
steel tariff revision bill, the House
this afternoon by a vote of 173 to
83, passed the measure over -his
- Madison, Wis. Christ Johnt
son, 15 hours after being arrested ,
for criminal attack on 5-year-old
daughter of John Dick, farmer,
with whom he roomed, was sen
tenced to 15 years in prison
Montreal. Reported that Al
len liner Corsican, that collided
with iceberg, was more seriosl
damaged than at first given out.
Washington. Senate and
House deadlocked over Panama
canal bill and may not go through
at this session.
Railroad ownership of steam
ship liqes is big question.
Sea Girt,N. J. Wilson please'd
with action of House in passing
wool bill over Taft's veto.
Probable that he will make
opening speech at Williams
Grove, Pa., Aug. 20. j
He wiU make brief talk at Cam
den tomorrow. Asked what he
will talk about he said, "Oh,
about half an vhoUr." Ah, there,
Pottsville, Pa. 500 men and
boys in Oakhill colliery went out
on strike today because about -40
employes did not wear union
made buttons on their overalls.
Washington. Taft vetoed
steel bill, because he thinks bill
would be disastrous to iron and
steel industry. Sic 'im, Underwood.