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TTlS 'FIRST START IN AMERICAN
Here is a maiden entrant for the
great 500-mile auto race at Indian
apolis who will have one of the larg
est followings of any of the starters.
He is Frank Galvin, who is to make
his first start in a big .race. He was
born in Ireland, and is a naturalized
German citizen. He finished second
in the Hanover-Berlin race in 1911,
and this Is his first start over a big
! Washington, His hearers had
chosen woman's second best profes
sion, Dr. Wile told the members of
a-nurses'-gradu'atlng class, but he de
clared marriage was the best one.
Washington.- "Woe to the mer
chant who sells more to 'newly-weds'
than they can pay for," forcefully
cried Max Fischer, a big local credit
T man, addressing the detailers' asso
New York. An unnamed coin col
lector paid $170 for an uncirculated
dime of 1873, Carson City mint, with-'
New York. Dr. Tyler G. Cooke,
Richmond Hill, L. I., left each of his
children one cent and his blessing.
Bequeathed $15,000 to his second
EX-GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT
RAPS CAPITAL IN PEACE TALK
Lake Mohonk, N. Y May 22. In
suring nations against pecuniary loss
in wars would tend to discourage war,
for the capitalists granting the in
surance would then work for peace
in the interests of their bank account,
was the novel suggestion as a war
preventive made by Simeon E. paid
win, former governor of Connecticut,
to the conference on international ar
bitration. Former Gov. Baldwin emphasized
the need of self control in govern
ments as well as individuals. He de
clared "the soft answer of diplomacy
from a foreign office is a better pre
ventative of war than rough threats."
"SHE NEVER EVEN STOPPED TO
New York May 22. The love idyl
of Mrs. Isabel' Bernheimer Murray,
19, daughter of wealthy- New York
family, and James Murray, ex-elevator
boy in the Brentmore apartments,
where the Bernheimers live, ended.
After eight weeks of married life
in an East Side top floor flat, Mrs.
Bernheinier Murray yesterday dis
posed of the furniture and when
friend husband arrived home he was
confronted with an fimnfrv flat
Jacob Rothschild, girl's uncle, who
bet Murray $100 to $1 she would not
live -with him 4 months, disclaimed--knowledge
of her whereabouts.
New York. 50,000 in garment in
dustry ready for biggest strike ever
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