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electric coupe turned turtle on sandy
stretch of road.
St. Paul, Minn, Strike of teleg
raphers and telephone operators on
Northern Pacific admitted probable
by Sam Johnson pf Grievance Com
mittee of Order of Railroad Teleg
raphers. Brockton, Mass. Mrs. Jennie M.
Eaton -will not be allowed to see evi
dence on which she was indicted for
murder of husband, Rear Admiral
Eaton, before her trial, Oct. 13.
Washington. President Wilson
asked to meet B. H. Anderson, gen
eral secretary chamber of commerce
of Butler, Pa., who is leading don
key from Portland, Me., to Portland,
Ore. Anderson thought Roosevelt
would be elected.
New York. Slit skirt caused riot
and arrest of Ray Gross, Mollie Nel
son, Alice Hart and three other girls.
Mollie wore the slit skirt. Ray told
her what she thought of it.
London. Annual British naval
manoeuvres will begin at midnight
tonight when wireless declaration of
war will be flashed to admiralty.
Terre Haute, Ind. Eugene V.
Debs, Socialist, stricken with acute
Warren, Pa- Eliz. Simonsom, 17,
killecr; Alma Lund, badly injured,
when car driven by Sam Peterson
Oil City, Pa. Five injured, two
fatally, when interurban car crashed
into auto at Victory Cross between
this city and Franklin, Pa.
Columbus, O. Clarence Ogiesbee,
14, grabbed another piece of pie and
ran when father refused it to him.
Father grabbed shotgun and is now
repenting in jail.
Atlanta, Ga. Julian Hawthorne,
67, son of noted author, plans to walk
from Atlanta to New York City when
released from federal penitentiary.
Columbus, O. Pat Fugit went to
sleep while fishing. Widow identified
London. Mrs. Kate Burns, Alder
shot, drenched new dress that hus
band did not like with berosene, set
fire to it and immolated herself.
New York. Mrs. Robert F. Pratt
dead and 17 others ill from using rot
ten condensed milk.
Melbourne, Australia. 58,169
mothers have drawn $25 each since
maternity allowance act became ef
fective in Australia.
Los Angeles. Mrs. J. H. Spauld
ing kept her six-months'-old-baby
boy alive until yesterday, 10 days
after doctors said he would die, by
artificial respiration by her own lips.
Rome. Cadets from American
training ship Ranger blessed by Pope
Lisbon. Policeman killed and two
citizens wounded in riot between po
lice and revolutionists. j
London. Anna Held allowed
French count to drive her auto. She
and her maid expected to recover.
Rome. Strike of Swiss -Guards
continues. Officers threatened ren
with revolvers during demonstration
Hongkong. Gov. Gen. Chan, who
proclaimed secession of province of
Kwang-Tung from the republic, has
formally accused President Yuan Shi
Kai with twelve high crimes and
Washington. Four thousand
peeved fans mobbed "Bloomer Girls"
baseball club when one of "girl's"
wigs fell off.
Boston. Mrs. Genevieve Chandler
Phipps, divorced wife of Lawrence C.
Phipps, millionaire, arrived here to
day from Europe in company with
Edw. L. Porter of New York. Their
fellow passengers on the Cleveland
believe them married.
Philadelphia. Edw. Musse, bat
tender at Delaware Water Gap Hotel,
left $250,000 by eccentric German
uncle, on condition he bartenders
steadily for next six years. And Ed-;
die is only 24.
London. Mrs. Emmeline Parik
hurst has escaped from flat in West
minster where she-was supposed to
be under police surveillance. Police