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in House of Lords Marquis of Lans-1
downe will move to postpone action
until bill has been submitted to judg
ment of country.
Washington. President Wilson
has ordered construction of shower
bath in cellar of White House.
Trenton, N. J. Prof. W. G. Sedg
wick told state board of health an
cient eggs were best because Li Hung
Chang brought eggs 100 years old
with him when he visited America
because there were none here old
enough to suit him.
Washington. Secretary Bryan
says his answer to Japan's protest
on California anti-alien law will be
ready by Saturday.
Nashville, Tenn. Alfred Adams,
24, convict, killed by live wire on top
of prison walls when he tried to es
cape. Boston. David Farnsworth, crip
pled magazine writer, sentenced to
pen for killing Thos. Hagan, whom
he mistook for chicken thief, released
on pardon granted by state execu
London. Lady Sackville has in
vited jurors who gave her $3,500,000
to tea at her country home, Knole
Albany, N. Y. Governor Sulzer's
friends quote Charles P. Murphy of
Tammany Hall as saying: "It cost
me half a million dollars to drive Geo.
B. McClellan out of politics. I'll spend
a million to ruin Sulzer."
Washington. Margaret Draper,
heiress to millions and prominent in
New York and Washington society,
engaged to Le Comte de la Tour d'
London. Mrs. William D. Draper
of Washington, TJ. S. A., formally
denied today that her daughter Mar
garet was engaged to M. le Prince
New York. Vincent Astor will
build a children's home at Rhinebeck,
N. Y., as memorial to his father, who
went down with Titanic.
London. Mrs. Beatrice H. Saund
ers, financial secretary of the Wo
men's Social and Political Union, re
leased June 23 after hunger-striking,
re-arrested, ,1s under 15 months' sen
tence. Wheeling, W. Va. Bessie Mcln
tyre, 18, jilted by her lover, Harry
Pendleton, for Henrietta Aiken,
dressed as boy and got revenge by
cutting out her lover and winning
Miss Aiken's love.
Newport, R. I. Vinson Walsh Mc
Lean, the $100,000,000 baby, has a
new toy, a $75,000 farm with a goat
on it. The goat is the chief attraction.
Spokane. Ed Erwin, telegrapher
employed by International Railroad
at Grand Junction, 20 miles east of
here, shot and killed in station house.
Rome. Postmaster general has
received 300 wedding invitations
since removal of ban against mar
riage of hello girls.
Passaic, N. J. "Total number of
children found intoxicated during
year, 81." Entry in Truant Officer
Towanda, Pa. Miss Clara S. Loe
wus says she lived 20 weeks on stale
bread, peanut butter and potatoes at
cost of $10 and liked it.
Bridgeport, Conn. Family physi
cian and two specialists were unable
to save life of Elizabeth Blake's $6,
000 Japanese poodle. Placed in fine
casket and buried with religious serv
ices. Newark, N. J. Mrs. Felicia Can
telope arrested for shooting at her
brother-in-law, who, she says, want
ed her to elop'e with him. How could
Oskaloosa, la. Ziba Barr, auto
salesman, fatally injured when auto ,
turned turtle over nine-foot embank
ment. St. Louis. Eight women, all of
this city, injured when north-bound
Alton, 111., car, in which they were
riding, was derailed and wrecked.
Denver, Col. Dr. E. Arthur Carr
wants laws passed against Chautau
qua salute; says it is insanity.
Portland, Me. President Chas. S.
, Mellin, head of New. Haven system,