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her boundaries has been demanded."
Washington. State department
officially advised that Austria-Hungary
had' declared war on Monte
negro Aug. 9. ..
That the far eastern situation, as
it affects the European war crisis, is
becoming daily more important was
evidenced from another visit to Sec'y
of State Bryan by Ambassador Chin
da of Japan. United States' interest
lies with maintenance of China's neu
trality by Japan should the latter
country become involved in the war
situation as England's ally.
Erie, Pa. Anxious to see New
York city, Maxine Cooper, Los An
geles, Cal., tried to "beat her way"
on freight train. Discovered.
Washington. Virtual notice serv
ed on house that emergency tax bill
to raise revenues necessary because
of f ailing off of European imports will
soon be presented by Democratic
Schuyler, Neb. Her head and face
crushed and piece of wire drawn
tightly around her neck, body of
Louise Mick, 18, who was kidnaped
early yesterday in her night clothes,
found buried in corn field. Prank
Held, 50, arrested.
WAITRESSES' CASES BEGIN
The first of 198 cases against pick
eting waitresses was called before
Judge Scott in the criminal court to
day. The girl, Miss Ruth Leslay, de
manded a jury trial. The next case"
for picketing will be that against Em
Niagara Falls will have the first
municipal ultra-violet ray steriliza
t'rm plant in this" country. Contract
negotiations have been consummated
for -a' thirty-five-lamp installation.
-Mercury vapor lamps, portruding In
to channels through which water will
flow, are to be used. The ultra-violet
rays from these lamps have the power
to-kill'the-bacteria-in the-water. - -
DIPLOMATIC BEAUTY VISITS HER
Washington, D. C. Gatherings of
the diplomatic set took a big drop in
the batting .average for beauty when
Mme. Le Febvre de la Boulaye sailed
for France. She is the wife of the sec
ond secretary, is.note"d for ier pul
chritude, but when summer came she
responded to a call for her home land
is-now there on a-visit- -