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i WHAT HAPPENED
New York. Gov. McAneny, pres.
Borough of Manhattan, chosen by
leaders of Gaynor Independent
League to succeed Gaynor as their
r,A candidate xor mayor.
9 St. Petersburg!!. Aviator Avinas
- instantly killed when aeroplane
turned turtle. '
Pontiac, III. OliverLaFlame, who
disappeared in 1903, and whose par
ents believing him dead began pro
ceedings to compel Modern iWood
& men to pay $2,000 life insurance,
f " came, home and confessed he was
working on farm, in South Illinois
' whil& relatives sought him.
y St. Petersburgh. Lieut. Nestoroff,
i Russian ayjator who imitated Pogoud
I by looping the. loop with monoplane,
f court-martialed and sent to prison
for 30 days for taking unnecessary
Pekin. Japan requires that China
I apologize atnd agree to punish Chin-
I ese who 'killed Japanese merchants
at Nanking and strung Japanese mili
tary representatives up by thumbs.
Elkhart, Ind. P. F. Corps, Bristol,
instantly killed when struck by
Twentieth Century Ltd. Fred B. Pra
j sier, car rider, fell off front end of
car and was ground to death under
San Francisco. Falconand Hope
Islands in SoUth Pacific have disap
peared with their inhabitants.
? Ryde Jsle of Wight. Sir Thomas
Lipton accepted U.- S. conditions for
a . Kankakee III. John Robertson
found in abandoned basement of- cot
s tage at State Hospital, of which he
'was inmate. Had starved 42 days.
May die. ' '
f Denver, Col. Dr. A. Albi saved his
tlife after two shots had been fired at
him by almost biting off gun hand of
crazed miner. N
Joliet, III. CUstave Hartrant, dis-
l charged farmhand, arrested, charged
: ' with setting fire to home of Phillip
Jacksonville, III. Five women and
one man on jury found Nancy Evans,
guilty ofrespassing for walking overl
tract of plowed ground.
Molina, III. Lloyd Evans, 25l
drowned in Mississippi while girls on.
bank were powerless to aid. v
Quincy, III. Judge Otis Hum
phrey signed permanent injunction
against score of striking woodwork
ers, restraining them from molesting
Springfield, III. Because ofgreat
loss that has- occurred through -fire,
Gov. Dunne issued proclamation
naming Oct 9 ""State Fire, Preven
tion Day" for all public Institutions
to be carefully looked over.
West Orange,' N. J. Thomas A.
Edison- still confined to home with
New York-AJames d. McCullom,
22, arrested, charged with stealing
$3,000 from his employers. Earned
$18 weekly. Had $2,500 motorboat
Married two weeks ago.
St. Louis. Miss Marie Bakewell,
society debutante, selling wall-paper
in department store to show people
she can work.
MunfoVdville, Ky. Walter Callo
way fined one cent and released after
jury found him guilty second time of
murdering Bliss. Richardson.
New York. Paul Porpare, 5,
tickled a mule to "hear it laugh."
Picked up-in the street several yards
away and sent home after physician
New York. Squire Robert C. Wei
den likes jobs of marrying people so
well he does it for nothing. 'J
London. Baron de Freyne, report
ed deadin newspapers, sat up in bed
and read own obituary.
London. The -Sea Dyaks;of Bor-?
neo erect monuments to thefr liars
and hand the record down to pos-
Washington. David Lamar, "wolf
of Wall street," held for hearing
whether he can bejextradlted to Ndir?-