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dering Mrs. John C. Williams,
taken from jail and lynched.
Boston. Christian Science
church awarded $2,000,000 left by
Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy.
Liverpool. Severe storm.
Boat collapsed. 10 drowned.
Danzig, Prussia. Lieut. Wal
ter Janetszky, navy aviator, and
his machinist drowned. Aero
plane fell into Gulf of Danzig.
New York. Raymond Bel
mont's girl wife, Ethel Loraine,
sued for divorce.
New York. Mrs. Stuvessant
Fish has decided to aid striking
St. Louis. 'Mrs. Louis Cre
celius killed husband. Feared he
might outlive her. Arrested. Mind
Washington. W. J. Bryan,
Jr., has given up studies at
Georgetown University to go to
Arizona with invalid wife.
Tokio. Count Katson Osuke
Inouye, former Japanese ambas
sador to Germany, appointed am
bassador to London.
New York. Majority of 30,
000 employes of eastern railroads
voted in favor of strike.
Los Angeles. Earl Rogers,
Clarence Darrow's attorney,
withdrawn from case. Physical
Charlestown, W. Va. War
like conditions again breaking
out in Paint and Cabin Creeks,
where coal strike has been raging
Boston. Vanni Marcoux, bar
itone Boston Grand Opera com
pany, hurt when descending cur
tain struck him on head.
Paris. Herbert Bumnoust,
former missionary, and wife, ar
rested on charge of misappro
priating $400,000 belonging to
their ward, Mile. Jusserand.
WHY'S A HEADACHE?
Sick headache is a common ail
ment. A severe one lasts, some
times, for two or three days. The
causes for it are numerous.
Not infrequently it is traced to
an overloading of the digestive
Sometimes it is an expression
of nerve tire.
Eye strain is the fault occasion
ally. Some cases of sick headache are
due to one of these causes. Others
are due to all combined.
If the ailment can be traced to
the first cause, a corrective should
be taken. Fasting is often help
ful. And a diet, until the stom
ach is again in normal condition,
will be wise to follow.
Rest is the chief aid if the cause
is nerve tire. The form that this
takes must depend on the in
dividual needs and circumstances.
If eye strain is responsible for
the trouble, eye rest and proper
glasses will probably solve the
"It seems to me," said a man to
his barber, "that you ought to
lower your price for a shave these
hard times." The barber shook
his head sadly. "Can't be done,"
he said. "Nowadays everybody
has such a long face that we have
a great deal more surface to shave