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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Cornish, N. H. Pres. Wilson be
gan summer vacation today: At door
of ' Harlakenden House, summer
White House, newspaper men were
Sofia, Bulgaria. After two days'
fighting, Bulgars expect to capture
. Koprulu before night Great battle in
progress at Northern Salonika. 130,-
000 engaged along 50-mile front.
London. Warrant issued for ar
rest of Sylvia Pankhurst, youngest
daughter of Mrs. Emmeline Pank
hurst, charged with inciting to riot.
Annie Kenney and Rachel Barrett,
re-arrested Thursday, again arrested
under cat and mouse law.
Pwllheli, Wales. Suffragets set
fire to Methodist-Episcopal Church
here. Burned. Was one of oldest and
most costly churches in Wales.
Mayville, N. Y. Oscar Williams,
steeplejack, took pulley in teeth and
slid 350 feet from courthouse dome
to tree. Buffer of grain sacks ' in
Philadelphia. J. Eads Howe open
ed hoboes' convention here yester
day. Served 'em lemonade. Police
stepped in and arrested Howe as
Newport, R. I. Mob of 10,000 tried
to lynch Bradley Smith, negro, who
stabbed sailor in back and shot and
killed 14-year-old boy.
Newcastle, Ind. Report that Cath
erine Winters, 9, daughter of Dr. W.
A. Winters, who disappeared March
20, had been located, was false.
Johannesburg, S. Africa. Charg
ing of soldiers into meeting of strik
ing miners caused riot which placed
bigger part of city in hands of mob.
Milwaukee. F. Zuelinisky and F.
Wagner Chicago, rescued uncon
scious from Milwaukee river. Swim
ming. Liverpool. Mrs. Chas. Nelson Bell
says her husband committed bigamy
when he married Adele Ritchie, act
ress, at Stamford, Conn., June 12
ast; Bell says he was divorced.
St. Petersburg. One hundred and
fifty-four peasants burned to death
in fire that destroyed village of Astra
damovkao. Johannisthal. Aviators Helscher
and Friedel, in biplanes, collided.
Helscher dead; Priedel's spine badly
Aurora, III. Aviator O. T. Davis
scheduled to fly here yesterday. Air
conditions bad; refused to go up;
jeered as coward; went up; machine
tilted and crashed to earth, Davis
narrowly escaping death.
Bristol, Eng. Mary Richardson,
militant suffraget, passed guards and
dropped petition in lap of King
George. Arrested. Released soon
New York. District attorney's re
port says more bachelors' than mar
ried men are crooks; but that jnore
married men than bachelors commit
Paris. Arthur Hammerstein has
engaged Evelyn Nesbit Thaw for Vic
toria Theater, New York, at $4,000 a
week. Will dance with Jack Clifford.
Beatrice, Neb. Ashes of late Mrs.
E. B. T. Wadsworth of this city will
be sent to Milwaukee and buried in
Lake Michigan one mile from shore.
Edinburgh. University of Scot
land conferred honorary degree of
doctor of laws on James Wilson,
former U. S. secretary of agriculture.
Cleveland. Lightning struck spire
of- Euclid Avenue Baptist Church,
ripped way through root and destroy
ed John D. Rockefeller's pew.
Minneapolis. Charles C. Gates,
son of late John W. Gates, soundly
thrashed by Prank Hopwood, his
father-in-law, when he refused to
leave cafe here.
Memphis. Two bandits held up I.
C. train No. 1, southbound for New
Orleans, and escaped with $3,000.
Toledo, O. Five men killed by
bursting of air hose on westbound
Lake Shore freight two miles west of