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Schieber acquitted of murder of hus
band, Augustus Schieber, millionaire
lumberman, whom she found here in
apartment with Mrs. Lillian A.
Cleveland, O. Cuiseppi Pamora,
of Youngstown, D., put on tril here
today in federal court on charge of
sending threatening letter to Presi
Katonah, N. Y. Bodies of two
nurses, shot to death, found in
branch of Mentefiore Home for
Chronis Invalids at Bedford Hills.
St. Petersburg. Sixty Mongolian
lamas were burned to death today in
pagoda at Kwei Hwacheng. Barri
caded themselves-in buildings against
Chinese. Chinese fired building.
Lambert, Miss. Will Robinson,
negro, indicted for murder of lumber
man named Rimes and his son,
lynched here today by mob.
TOWN EXPECTS SENSATION
Salisbury, Md., June 27. The ar
rest of two prominent married men
and a married woman in connection
with the death of Florence Wain
wright, young stenographer for
Lome Gas Co., is expected.
Florence Wainwright was found
dead at her desk in the gas company's
offices two weeks ago.
It is generally believed . that she
died as the result of an illegal opera
tion, and that her body was carried
into the offices of the gas company
and placed at her desk, where it was
What hairy heads have to do with
cancer seems to be as yet an unsolved
mystery. The idea that the two are
associated is confirmed in Japan, and
the Japan Mail notes that, while can
cer is not common in that country,
bald-headed men are quite evidently
exempt, and mentions the late Prince
Iwakura, Marquis Kido, Marquis
Saigo, Viscount Sone and Baron
Iwasaki as distinguished victims of
the disease that had vigorous hair in
epite of advanced years.
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