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contained assurances that the entire
crew of 9 officers and 63 men would
"S. 0. S." calls from the Tahoma
were picked up by ships and wireless
stations along the Alaskan coast and
the Japanese liner Takoma Maru and
the steamer Senator are speeding to
SEARCH AGED MISER'S HOME
FOR BURIED GOLD
A "buried gold" mystery is stirring
the neighbors about 2818 Archer av.,
former home of "Alte Mutter" Pah
rie, aged miser cared for at the Clark
The police, in searching the 80-year-old
woman before sending her
to the Oak Forest Infirmary, found
$625 sewed in her tattered skirt.
When this became known about her
home, persons told of mysterious
candle lights in the basement of the
woman's shack and of midnight
prowlings of the aged miser.
While they are searching her home
for more money, the police made'ap-
plication for a place in some German J
home for the aged woman, where her
$625 will keep her for the rest of her
Soissons. Ancient city, formerly
fortified, on the Aisne river. It has a
record for the number of sieges it has
undergone. It carries on a large
grain trade. Population, 14,334.
Sambor. -An important railroad
town of Galicia, on the. left bank of
the Dneister. It is 45 miles southwest
of Lemberg. Population, 20,000.
Bismarck Archipelago. A group
of about a dozen islands 56 miles off
the east .coast of Wilhelmsland,
which is the northeast portion oi
New Guinea. New Pomerainia or
New Britain, as the name has become
once more since the English have
taken it, is the largest island of the
group, Herbertshoe being its chief
city. The Solomon islands are about
120 miles to the east Bougainville,
one of the largest of them, has hith
erto belonged to Germany. The rest
are British. These two groups are
about 1,200 miles north of Brisbane,
the nearesflarge port in Australia.
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