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Good Old Days 07-11-14

 

100 YEARS AGO

July 11, 1914 - Condensed news

The next convention of the Advertising Clubs of the World will be held in Chicago.

The French senate adopted a bill allowing brothers-in-law and sister-in-law to marry.

Many were killed or injured in a violent earthquake which caused wide spread damage in Southern Sumatra.

In view of the existing conditions in Mexico Sir Lionel Carden, the British minister, advised all British subjects temporarily to leave the country. General Garland N. Whistler, U.S.A., retired, aged sixty-six, is dead at his summer home at Pensacola, Fla. Whistler invented s...



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