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raft upset with 60 or 70 aboard.
Bodies of four recovered. Not iden
tified. Rome. Pope Pius will spend sum
mer vacation "camping out."
Kansas City. Police endeavoring
to recover body of George Townsend,
brother of Rep. Townsend, who prob
ably ended life by jumping into Mis
souri river while temporarily insane.
Left note on river bank.
Zanesville, 0. Adele Sherman,
editor Sunuay News, collapsed at the
Springfield, Mo. Feared that fruit
will be ruined if heat wave does not
Peoria, III. Herman Kaermerlin,
22, drowned in Illinois river. Caught
St. Louis. Sympathizers of the
striking girl telephone operators
cut cables entering Granite City ex
change, putting out of commission
190 telephone lines connecting Grati
ite City, Venice and Madison.
Indianapolis, Ind. Charles Ellis,
27, Cedar Lake, pulled to death by
Dr. Savies when he attempted to save
Terre Haute, Ind. Clyde Bowers,
9, and Harry, 12, drowned in Wabash
Tacoma, Wash. Frank Kernicho
fell overboard from steamer in Puget
Sound. Officers on revenue cutter
Corinne saw his bald head Bhining
in the sunlight and rescued him.
St. Louis, Mo. Hottest city in
western country Sunday.
Chief McWeeny has ordered 400
detectives back in uniform.
Fine time of year to wish those
heavy uniforms back on that bunch.
In Japan the blind have a monopoly
of the massage business.
Judging from the amount of soap
we got in our eye the last time we
got a head massage the same
monopoly holda sway in Chicago.
It's just as easy to say, "It's get-,
ting cooler" as it i3 to say, "Gosh,
ain't it hot?" And even though it's
a dern he, it may have a soothing ef
fect on the persons your talking to.
And speaking of the heat think of
the poor guy who's been wearing
whiskers for 20 years on a political
Someone has written in to ask how
long it takes an owl's egg to hatch.
If the writer refers to a night owl,
there's a lot of fellows 'round town
who can answer.
Cheer up! While you have to push
the lawn mower you don't have to
bother about the snow shovel.
After all there's many a fellow who
feels sorry for the youngster who
dassan't buy anything in the explo
Rockefeller's income is $160 000
every day in the year, says a statis
tician. Poor old John! Not a leap
year for three years yet!
American Bankers' Ass'n prompt
ly denounces Woodrows proposed
Oh, Well! Wipe out that little hint
about Uncle Sam raking off some of
the profits, if any.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, distin
guished sociologist, thinks that En
glish women have more knowledge
than American but the latter have
the greater thirst for it.
As between the having ana the
thirst, please pass us along the hav
ing. U. S. Grant, 65, is going to marry
the widow America Will, 33; and his
coming mother-in-law says he "fell
into love at first sight." This Ulysses
Isn't like the old one, who never fell
into things at first sight
A healthy person must eat healthy
food. Do you know how .to distin
guish healthy from unhealthy food9
For instance, a good egg will sink
in water. Boiled eggs which adhere
to the shell are fresh. The shell of a
fresh egg has a lime-like surface.