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EVERYWHERE'S NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
, Lorient, France. Three workmen
.Jailed, seven fatally injured when
compressed air chest exploded.
Lincoln, III. Robbers escaped with
'loot valued at $700 from Layman &
Richey book store.
tf St. Louis, Mo. Twelve men indict
ed charged with conspiring to sell lots
in New York huckleberry swamp un-
der representation that they were in
a suburb of N. Y. City. Cleared about
Clinton, la. John Clancy, motor
man, fatally injured, three other
street car men badly hurt, dozen pas-
'sengers injured in street car collision.
Brussels. Mile. Du Monceau de
.Bergendael reported to have bought
.for $700,000 famous stolen pearl
necklace. Said to have agreed to pay
c$50?000 for two missing pearls.
Philadelphia. John Wilson, 16, ne
gro, recovering from operation in
which heart was stitched together.
Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Rebecca
Gay, 55, most prominent Christian
Science healer in Southern Califor
nia, found dead in her office. Believ
New York. Mrs. Frank B. Wiborg,
wife of Cincinnati capitalist, indicted
on charge of smuggling.
New York. Body of well-dressed
man, 45, found in clump of bushes on
Riverside Drive. Check for $500,
signed by C. H. Goodrich, torn in half
lying beside him.
Boston. Gov. Eugene" N. Foss
charges in letter than New Haven
Railroad spent $337,000 during last
'session of legislature and entered it
on books as "other expenses."
Benton, III. John Hurzan, Polish
"miner wanted in connection with
.murder of .two American musicians
'week ago, thought to be dying of
wound received when he refused to
surrender to posse.
San Francisco. Loretta Martin,
22, who claims to have been beaten
into submission by white slavers and
"forced to enter a Barbary coast dance
hall, went to Central police station to
ask protection. Was sent to Deten
tion Hospital, charged with insanity.
Jersey City. Bishop Thomas Bow
man, 96, who warned Pres. Lincoln of
impending personal danger shortly
before he was assassinated, is se
New York. Two students of city
college, masquerading as King and
Jester, tried to rope a policeman.
New York. Seeking refuge from
black handers, well-dressed man
went to police station. Locked up
for carrying concealed weapon.
Paris. Scientific Review says 10
per cent water drinkers have appen
dicitis. Only one out of 200 wine
London. 12,000 cremations have
taken place in England since process
was legalized in 1885.
Hammond, Ind. Mrs. Charles
Simms alleges husband nipped his
cigaret stubs in her face as evening's
diversion. Wants a divorce.
Paris. Quadratstein, jeweler in
$675,000 pearl necklace case, con
vinced by shower of bananas and
vegetables that all roads do not lead
to vaudeville stage in France.
Newport, R. I. Alice Thaw, form
er Countess of Yarmouth,' who ar
rived in N. Y. from Europe, will go
to Concord to see her brother, Harry
Hamburg, Germany. Lt Schulz,
army aviator, killed by 150-foot fall
Lincoln, Neb. Festus J. Wade,
pres. Mercantile Trust Co., St. Louis,
says currendy bill pending before
Congress is best bill ever framed in
history of U. S. for country and in
terior banker and customers.
Milwaukee. August Meyer, 17,
sentenced to state industrial school
for boys, escaped frpm Milwaukee
LaCrosse, Wis. Harry. Burrows
and his best man, Walter Douglas,