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New York. While working on her
wedding gown, Rose Becker, 18, fell
dead. Police said death was caused
by cerebral hemorrhage. ;
New York. Mrs. Helen Smith, 20,
left bathing beach and hurried to the ;
bath house. A few minutes later aj
doctor came out in his bathing suit j
and announced it was a fine boy.
Cleveland. John D. Rockefeller
was in the audience when Rev. W. W.
Bustard, preaching on overcoming
life's limitations, said unjust punish-
nients make anarchists. "Very strong j
sermon, indeed, was the oil king's
Cleveland. Because one man re-
fused to pay a penny for a transfer,
12 men engaged in fist fight on a
New York. Jessie Beaumont, 19,
killed, five others hurt, on Kingsland
road. Machine upset
New York. Wilson Sprader, farm
er, ran machine into porch to avoid .
hitting street crowd. Slightly in
jured. Philadelphia. Six deaths reported
due to heat; one suicide.
Toms River, N. J. Dr, Edgar Todd,
operated on last Dece'mber for kidney
trouble, failed to improve. Second
operation yesterday disclosed sur-'
Washington. Preachers who ad
mit fondness for fox trot are appre-
hensively awaiting a sermon an-'
nounced T)y Washington pastor:
"Shall ministers dance?", which
promises sensational expose.
Washington. Capital's underworld
slated for' elimination, police an
nounce, following raid Saturday night
when 57 men and 11 women were
caught in drinking- resort.
TO MARK "YELLOW" CONVICTS
Ossining, N. Y. Sing. Sing prison
ers who are "yellow 'enough to break
rules hereafter must wear yellow
markings on their uniforms, convicts'
self-government assocation decdeed
COAL SITUATION JS GRAVEST
' CRISIS ENGLAND HAS FACED
London, July 19. That gravest
crisis England has faced since war
can only be averte4J)y government
taking over South Wales coal mines,
was growing conviction in official
circles tolay when cabinet met in spe
cial session to discuss great coal
Government investigators believel
that miners would not object serious
ly to temporary nationalization oi
mines. They pointed out that this
would remove chief bone of conten
tion belief on the part of miners
that owners are piling up huge for
tunes by selling at "war prices."
In some quarters it was suggested
today that the government force the
mine owners to grant the full de
mands of the men, pending guture
negotiations while men return to
work. Several cabinet officials, how
ever, rejected this idea on ground
that ti indicated governmental weak
ness. Majority of men stand firmly
behind leaders in negotiations with
situation is rapidly becoming
serious with South Wales mines re
maining idle. Available supplies
diminishing rapidly. Railways and
industrial concerns already have tak
en steps to conserve their supplies
and dispatches from industrial cen
ters today said production Of war
munitions is gravely jeopardized.
Metal Polishers, Buffers and Plat
ers' union No. 6, will hold 25th an
nual picnic at Leafy grove Sunday,
Aug. 1. Archer Limits and Willow
Lithographic Press Feeders' union
No. 2, will hold prize bowling contest
and first annual picnic at Standard
grove, N. Clark and Lawrence av.,
Sunday, Aug. 8.
Women's Trade Union League will
meet Sunday, Aug. 2, 3 p. m., Schiller
haH. 64 W. Randolnh. to hear Mrs.
Raymond Robins, national .president J (