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EVERYWHERE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Indianapolis. Gov. Ralston says
he will send militia to prevent Aug.
21 race meet at Mineral Springs if he
becomes convinced promoters of last
knowingly permitted "underground
Janesville, Wis. Edward Payson
Weston, veteran pedestrian, arrived
here today from Beloit on his New-York-to-Minneapolis
to reach Madison tomorrow.
New York. Yeggmen cracked
four safes in Grand street factory of
Rosenburg & Daniel, Maiden Lane
jewelers, and escaped with $25,000
worth of jewelry.
Champaign, III. Nels Dunness was
fatally injured when he ran his auto
into I. C. train today. Has one glass
eye and did not see train.
Bay City, Mich. Aviator Beck
with Havens, only remaining Chicago-Detroit
left here today and expects to reach
Detroit late this afternoon.
Crooksville, O. Cloudburst here
flooded forty homes and sent people
racing to high ground. No fatalities
so far as known.
- Wheeling, W. Va. Terrific storm,
preceded by blank darkness, swept
over this section of the country and
into the Ohio valley shortly after 9
Steamboat Springs, Col. Com
mittee representing Jap workmen at
tacked by white mob on its "way to
Denver to lay complaint before Jap
St. Louis. Five of 10,000 who pa
tronized new municipal swimming
pool at opening yesterday saved
from drowning by guards. Revived
only with great difficulty.
Washington. Rep. Bartlett, Geor
gia, has installed huge talking ma
chine in his office and its racket runs
through entire House office building.
New York. U. S. torpedo boat
Fanning pulled into Brooklyn navy
yard with heavy list aft and crew
compartment flooded. Sprung leak
off Fire Island lightship while escort
ing Brazilian warships. Will be dry
docked. Hingham, Mass. Ruth Boyd, 17,
entered father's blazing barn and
carried out bag, of dynamUe. Bag
had already caught fire.
Columbus-, O. Warden Thomas of
Ohio penitentiary is looking for den
tist to treat convicts' teeth because
"bad teeth make bad men."
month in jail.
Salisbury, Eng. Major A. Hewet
son, British army flying corps, in
stantly killed today when his mono
plane collapsed at height of 200 feet.
Columbus, O. Cleland Snider
sneered when car ran over and killed
man. Police rescued him from angry
crowd and judge soaked him one
Orange, Va. Dr. Chauncey E.
Dovell and Miss Estelle Eddins mar
ried near here in auto going 60 miles
an hour. .
New York. Geo. Stone, former
cop, has asked permission to sell
plot in which firse wife is buried be
cause he has remarried and "needs
Paterson, N. J. Henry Schu-mann-Heink,
son of opera singer,
passed civil service examination for
court crier after failing to land job
as county detective.
Vienna. Prince Nicolas of Thurn
and Taxis says he will renounce his
title and start life anew as a farmer
in Texas in order to marry Viennese
London. Because "flying in aero
planes was held by judge to be neith
er sport nor pastime, police of Hull
failed in attempt to prevent Sunday
flying under act of Charles I.
Clarion, la, One man killed, three
others and woman injured, when
north-bound Chicago Great Western
passenger train struck auto of N. H.
Adams of Eagle Grove.
Grand Canon, Col. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and his sons, Archie and
Quentin, crossed Bright Angel canon.