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CHURCH-HATER KILLS SIX
Rockyford, Colo., Aug. 17. A
modern Borgia, insane with hat
red of all religion, is believed to
have killed six persons here by
The last victims were the Rev.
Gustave Latzke, of the German
Lutheran church, his wife and son
and daughter. The only member
of the family left alive is a ten-months-old
baby boy, who slept
peacefully while parents, brother
and sister were dying.
The Rev. Max Hicks preceded
Latzke as pastor of the church.
Hi$$vife and daughter died mys
teriously. Before Latzke died, he was able
to describe the terrible agonies he
and his family suffered. He saidJ
they all became ill after partak
ing of some soup.
The police have no clues, but
are clinging to the religion-hater
LAST OF SUICIDE CLUB.
Franklin, la., Aug. 17. The
body of Garland Frere, who
killed himself on a steamship en
route from Panama, was brought
to his home here today.
Frere was the last member of
a suicide club of seven to end his
life. The members of the club
were all prominent young men of
this city. They adopted the Spar
tan motto, "Do or die."
Frere was rejected by a woman
with whom he was deeply in love.
He considered this failure in life
and hanged himself, according to
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know, eggs are always so high!
during the winter months that I
decided to raise some egg plants,
and have our own eggs.
If you are obliged to leave
home without taking time for
breakfast, drop a raw egg into a
cup of hot coffee and drink it. .
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