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tion of Huerta in Mexico or anarchy.
Says if Huerta's government is over
turned, Mexico will be at mercy of
Victoria, B. C. Aviator Johnny
Bryan, 'Frisco, fell 400 feet to roof of
building when right plane of hydro
aeroplane crumpled. Dead.
'Revere, Mass. Woman found
dead, with part of clothing missing,
identified as Mrs. Allen T. Smiley,
Maiden. Nervous breakdown. Police
New York. After hundreds had
kicked a package around near Wall
st. Robt. G. Dale picked it up. $87,000
New York, Woman got license as
hack driver in Mount Vernon.
London. Peeved because his
daughter Doris ran away and mar
ried a broker, Sol Joel, South African
millionaire, took her name off his
yacht and returned her letters in
London. Board of Agriculture re
ports $300,000 invested in fishing in
dustry in England and Wales.
Zion City, III. Large can of honey
broke when mail bag thrown from
train. 1,500 honeyed letters deliv
ered. Abergaveny, Wales. Militant suf
fragets burned cricket pavilion and
damaged field. Left huge placard:
"If Mrs. Pankhurst Dies Lloyd George
Will Be Murdered."
Washington. Sec'y McAdoo drinks
two big glasses of buttermilk daily.
Washington. If all the money in
circulation on Aug. 1 were distribut
ed equally every inhabitant would
New Brunswick, N. J. Because
Rev. M. H. Qual neglected to speak
to granddaughter of a parishioner
'who -was playing in street, he may
lose his job.
New York. Henry Frances Tor
sen arrested for conducting baseball
London. With peace concluded
between Balkan allies through inter
ference of Roumania, they will turn
again on Turkey. Five divisions Bul
garian army ready to go against
Turks. Bulgaria has to dispossess
Turks of Adrianople.
Peoria, III. In village election
Peoria Heights, of 254 votes cast 100
were by women. Albert D. Davidson
elected village president over Albert
Johnstone, 159 to 95.
Little Rock, Ark. Geo. W. Hays
inaugurated governor. Elected at
special election July 23. Canvass by
state board just completed. Demo
crat New York. Giant ship Imperator
wallowed helpless in ocean when
steering gear broke. Got in safe.
New Orleans. Mandy Jackson,
negress, admitted she got tired of
nursing month-old-baby and fed. it
to hogs. Arrested for murder.
Muscatine, la. Nathan Drucker,
Jewish cobbler, loaned $1,040 on four
big diamonds to strangers. Dia
monds phoney. Drucker tried to kill
Aldershot, Eng. Col. S. F. Cody,
widely-known aviator, and passenger
named Evans, killed when Cody's
monoplane turned turtle. Cody
American by birth, but became natur
alized Englishman. Cause of accident
Boston, Mass-100 strikers from
Gov. Foss' Hyde Park foundries,
headed by four girls, marched to state
house to demand hearing by state
board of arbitration. "We Want a
Lining Wage" and 'Foss Strikers,.
Hyde Park, A. F. of L." among ban
ners. Two drummers beat a quick
step. Under Gov. Foss' orders a few
were admitted to board room.
New York. Raincoat makers'
strike expected to end this week.
Several manufacturers, have signed.
New YorkA-Hosiery workers plan
ning general strike to force union
label on all hosiery. 300 new mem
bers Joined union.
St. Louis. fio relief in sight from
intense heat. Yesterday's record of
101 degrees expected to be equaled
if not surpassed today. Will be cooler