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as I do well, I coudn't resign myself
to dreaming through a contented sort
of existence." That is the excuse
pretty Agnes Vernon gives for break
ing the heart of hersweetheart, Abe
Deuce, by jilting hinT-when he re
fused to listen to her remaining in
She told her story to Pauline Bush,
who is leading lady in the same movie
company and who just bubbles over
A few weeks later pretty Pauline
was married to Allan Dwan, who used
to direct her work years ago when
she played opposite Warren Kerrigan
in western pictures. Although Mr.
and Mrs. Dwan are on their honey
moon at present they will not be ab
sent long, for their work will not al
"I got married to make my future,"
said Pauline Bush with a happy smile.
"And I didn't get married so that I
could make mine," answered Agnes
AUSTRIAN WARSHIPS BOMBARD
Rome. The Austrian fleet bom
barded the lighthouse at Tagliamento
- and attempted to set fire to the
naphtha reservoirs at Monopoli. Ital
ian dirigible bombarded the Austrian
ammunition depot at Trieste.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
A British tank steamer flying the
Swedish flag rammed and sunk Ger
man submarine TJ-29, whose loss was
admitted several weeks ago, admiral
London. Hartlepool steamer Dul
cie, 2,033 tons, torpedoed and sunk
off each coast. One member of crew
Paris. Furious battle in progress
all along Franco-Flanders battlefront
from Arras to sea. Co-operating with
French in Lievin-Arras drive, British
are smashing hard against German
''positions in brick fields east of La
hassee. Beleians have launched at
tack in Tegion of Dixmunde.
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
Gen. Mackensen has launched vio
lent attack against Russian positions
at Grodek, 15 miles west of Lemberg.
Petrograd. Russians have fallen
back several miles on 50-mile front
west and northwest of Lemberg.
Russian troops which evacuated
Przemysl have withdrawn to Grodek
lakes region for defense of Lemberg.
Russian right wing has retreated 8
miles beyond Russian frontier, behind
Rome. Italian artillery has si
lenced Austrian fortress of Malbor
get, dominating important passes and
peaks in Carnic Alps.
Italian dirigibles played important
part in operations along Isonzo front
in last few days, bombarding Aus
trian positions on Monte Sante and
at Gradisca and damaging railway
station at Oveidraga. Small railway
station at Divassfa was completely
The battle around Goritz is as
suming large rproportions, particu
larly on east bank of Isonzo, 6 miles
TAFT ATTENDS OVERFLOW NO,
IT WASN'T A MEETING
Cape May, N. J., June 19. A del
uge on the heads of guests in a din
ingroom in a hotel here was caused
by Ex-Pres. Taft as he stepped into
a bath in his room,- Taft, who came
here as a guest of the Pennsylvania
Bankers' ass'n, failed to properly
consider the size of the tub when he
climbed into it to take a bath in his
apartment, with the result that the
tub overflowed and the water trick
led down on the heads of guests in
the diningroom below.
THE ARIZONA IS LAUNCHED
New York, June 19. The Arizona,
Uncle Sam's newest and mightiest
dreadnought, slid down the ways and
slipped into her element at precisely
1:13 this afternoon. Officials at the
Brooklyn navy yard, where the ship
was constructed, said it was one of
the smoothest launchlngs and chris
tenings they- had ever seen.