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GIRL WHO "LOOPED THE LOOP" IN AEROPLANE
SAYS SHE WOULD LIKE TO DO IT AGAIN
Lucille t Tsff
Lucille Taft, movie star, has just successfully "looped the loop" in art
aeroplane, and all by herself, at Jacksonville, Fla. After she came down!
Miss Taft said she wasn't frightened and would like to do it all over again.
Johnson has been ill for some time.
He left the Rhodes Av. hospital yes
terday morning, attended a matinee
in the afternoon and registered at the
hotel after the show.
BROKER PLUNGES TO DEATH AT
Patrons of the Blackstorie hotel
were given a grewsome jolt last night
when Edward Ford Johnson, broker,'
fell or jumped from a window of the
14th floor. The impact when his
body struck a glass canopy over the
main entrance crushed it beyond re
cognition. President and Mrs. Wilson were
guests at the hotel and had just en
tered their suite when Johnson's body
crashed by the window. The execu-.
tive, however, was unaware of the
agcijlent until later,
Paradoxical as it may seem, kero
sene is the best extinguisher known
for fire in baled cotton. Owing to the
fact that the cotton is. highly com
pressed, water will penetrate to a
depth of only an inch or so. Fire
in the baled cotton does not blaze,
but smolders slowly, eating its way
into the bale. Kerosene quickly pen-
u I etrates. to the center of the Jtnassj ,