Jersey City. Dragged from roof
by huge kite he was flying, Harry
Gercks, 12, killed.
New Yorks-rNotorious old Hay
market, where dozen of killings oc
curred in old days, has been turned
into "grape juice emporium."
Jersey City. Margaret M. Meehan,
19, will lead 5 municipal band con
certs scheduled for summer. Re
ceives $100 per contest
Berlin. Every hour in Germany 2
pairs of twins are born, 35 children
die, 3 fatal accidents and 1 suicide
occur, and there is net increase in
population of 100 according to sta
Peru, Ind. Roma Romaine,
mechanician for Ralph de Palma in
recent auto race, collided with Ford
car yesterday. Badly injured. Oc
cupants of Ford not hurt.
Racine, Wis. 4-year-old daughter
of Aid. Chas. Jensen attacked by bull
terrier. Severely bitten.
Minneapolis. Clad in bathing suit,
body of W. H. Thompson, commer
cial telegrapher with headquarters at
Chicago, found at Calhoun beach.
Racine, Wis. Stanley Graverwich,
Milwaukee, shot himself in abdomen.
Probably die. "
Lima, O. Mrs. Jessie DeLong
went suddenly insane from brooding
over murder cf daughter 2 years ago.
Cleveland. Patrick Fellinger, 25,
killed; Fred Garr, 44, perhaps fatally
injured; 2 others seriously hurt in
New York. 3 dead here, 6 in Phil
adelphia, 2 in Boston and several in
other eastern cities, partial list of
victims for last 24 hours of heat
wave. Scores of prostrations.
Indianapolis. Clarence A. Miller
held by police here, charged with rob
bing roomer in boarding house in
Washington, D. C, of $1,700.
Fort Smith, Ark. Bank of Rogers,
founded in 1883, closed.
Springfield, III. Gov. Dunne de-
sj notitioa for raaiusition on, gover-1
I nor of Minnesota for return of Frank
M. Henning, ex-pres. defunct Farm
ers' Bank of Schaumberg, 111., charg
ed with misappropriating funds.
San Jose, Cal. Believed case drop
ped against Mrs. R. I. Kincaid, re
cently placed under arrest in connec- ,
tion with mysterious death of Mrs. ,
Kathleen Bluett, her partner in opera- A
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THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Mexico City, July 18. With the
treasury completely stripped of
funds, it is feared that the Carbajal
administration will not be able to
even pay the salaries of government
employes due Monday. There is
hope that the banks may come to the
rescue. If the government clerks and
higher officials are not paid it is cer
tain the administration will face trou
ble at the outset.
Puerto Mexico, July 18. Gen. Vic
toriana Huerta will sail from Puerto
Mexico for Jamaica today on the
British cruiser Bristol. Three years
ago the old Indian dictator escorted
Porfirio Diaz to Vera Cruz, when the
latter fled from the country before
Francisco Madero, and today much
the same scenes of farewell were en
acted for him.
With Huerta were Senora Huerta,
his sons and daughters, Gen. Blan
quet and his military staff. Accord
ing to present plans the party will
sail from Jamaica for Paris, where
they expect to make their future
Juarez, Mex., July 18. The Mex
ican federal army will be disarmed
and disbanded and the entire force of
officers courtmartialed and either
executed or expelled from Mexico for
periods of from 5 to 10 years accord7
ing to plan to be followed by consti
tutionalists when- the final transfer of
the national government from Pres.
Carbajal to Gen. Carranza is made.
Gen. Obregon, commanding the divi
sion of the northwest, has already
been instructed to disarm the federals
between Guadalajara and Mexico
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