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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, August 12, 1921, Image 20

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Canine, Heart Broken Over
Master's Absence Took
No Food
BOHTOM. An*. I*.—"!*• faith
ful chow do* whcm week lon*
▼l*l] for hi* mutir on t iWi
corner hers wu ended by death
recently has been MtdtllW a*
the pot of Nelson Curtis of 61 Jamal
ca way, brother of the police com
The chow waa the property of
Curtis' one and had boon placed tn
Mm Twombley's South Natick do*
kennels while the family summered
at tho beach Breaktn* It* leaah on a
week a*o\tha do* left tha kennel*
•ltd be**n tta search for It* master.
Curtia waa notified of lu absence,
%«lt hla search proved futlla
In tha meantime Harry 1» Rollins,
living at the comer of Washington
at. and L«i*hton ava, Wellealey.
nh*ri 1 a tired and forlorn and ap
parently friendless do* hoverln*
about hi* home. Attempt* to collar
tha canine fallln*. Rolllna left food
for It. After the lapse of a few day*,
with tha do* atlll perslstln* In hla
lonesome Tt*il on the hl*hw*y and
hla wistful acrntlny of the occu
t pant* of paaain* machine*. Rolllna
established communications with
the owner by means of a news story
But when Curtia called for hta pet
yesterday search disclosed It curled
up In death beneath the eh rubbery
near the driveway of Rolllna' home.
Death la attributed to a broken
Constructed tor New Fed
eral Reserve Bank
BOSTON. Au*. ll.—On* of the
floors to tha great vault for tha new
Federal Reserre bank, now under
construction on Oliver. Franklin
and Paaii sis., waa hauled throu«b
the afreets recently at the end of a
14-horse hitch, driven by W. 8 Rees
of 7m Sudbury at., an eapert safe
and machinery mover.
Tha door wel*ha 41 tons and la a
part of the 1.17* tans of vault
material which will go Into the roak
to* at the great bank treasure room.
It took one hour to brin* the door
from the freight yards on South at.,
to OUver St., and there are eeveral
more to be transferred aa the vault
will have entrances on three floors.
Tha vault will be the largest In
New En*land when completed and
aeoond la aba In this country.
1921 Record of
Pedestrians Hit
by Automobiles
AQA AQ Q-Plowtag Into a
Wt-tOJJ crowd of par
•on* boarding a oar at lith an. and
Madison at. Wednesday night, an
auto drivao by C. H. Brid*eatock. 23.
•14 14th ava, knocked down and In-
Jured five persons, bruising them
aaverely. Police are Inveatlgatln*
the accident. Brtd*e*tock aald he
alowed his ear and sounded hla horn.
The Injured are: Mary Rosa. J72J
Grayson ava; Mrs Walker, 151} Hat
ave. 8.; Mrs. John Degraaf. Ill*
Dearborn ava., and Mr. and Mrs. a.
O. fUnman, 10» lith ava 8. None
were aertoualy hurt,
A QA —Marie Temus. IT, 77! 10th
"wvv ave. was struck at Waldon
st_ and Rainier ava Wednesday by
an auto driven by William Fortney
of Rntimclaw. as she stepped from
a Rainier car. She was knocked
down and bruised on the shoulder.
Adl —Jack McDougal. Omaha
A hotel, waa thrown a*aln*t
the feeder of a machine driven by
C. B. Williamson. 3111 Dearborn st
and bruised. Wednesday, at Fifth
ave. and Jackson at. Mr.Dou*al said
Williamson was driving at a high
rate of speed and he could not avoid
the car.
AQf) —When an imo without a
TrU£t driver ran wild down Hen
eca *t. Tuesday, John Slattery. street
worker, was struck down by the car
tn the street at First ava The <»r
had been parked in the restricted
area by A R Crandall. 4901 Dawson
St., who left the car while on busi
ness. Th# brakes slipped snd the car
rushed down the hill, narrowly miss
in* several people, Slattery waa
struck while running away from the
auto. He was not seriously hurt.
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