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INSURES HIS EMPLOYES
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BAR HARBOR BELLE BY GRACE-j
OF A5TOK MILLIUNS
' Albert R. Erskine, newly elected
president of the Studebaker Corpora
tion, of Detroit, Mich., which pre
sented its employes with paid-up life
Sweet Miss What was the worst
fall you ever had, sir?
Aviator When I fell in" lore, got
engaged and broke every "bone" I
had in the bank!
Miss Katharine Force, sister of?
Mrs. John Jacob Astor, is the social -belle
of Bar Harbor this summer,
where she is Mrs. Astor's guest. With
her own youth and beauty and the
Astor wealth and prestige, her social
conquest was an easy one.
BOYS IN AUTO GO TO SLEEP
ONE OF THEM KILLED
Faribault, Minn., July 19. Going
to sleep at the wheel of a big seven
passenger automobile, Ray Kingsley
and Fred Geiger, high school boys,
crashed oyer an embankment and
Kingsley was instantly killed. The
two were alone in the car. Geiger was
unconscious for two hours. Kings
ley was the son of a local contractor
and Geiger is the son of a former'
Greenville, Pa. Plenty of life in
nearby cemetery when 8-foot black
snake coiled about Ralph McClimens.
Help arrived in time,