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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1928, Portsmouth, New Hampshire EIGHT PORTSMOUTH HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1928. 1 li; i! Sit 1 SIX OIL TANKS (By Associated Press) .Wood River, 111., July spec- tacular fire, burning: fiercely for more than five hours, yesterday destroyed six oil storage tanks of the White Star Refinery near hero and for a time threatened to destroy the plant. The .loss wag unofficially, esti- mated between and The fire was confined to the storage- field of 20 tanks in the southwestern part of the plant. "Another reminder of campaign of i860 and 1864, Is the find- ing by Mrs. Charles W. Pike at New- flelda of a-'banner inscribed "South j Newmarket Republican club" on one aide, "and on the reverse "Lincoln'and Johnson." The '-word Johnson Is print- ed on a new piece of cloth which wag pasted on where another piece was cut evidently bearing the word Kara- Press) Rome, Alfredo cam- Exeter LincoTn Campaign Recalled E.veter, July finding- recent- ly of two relics of'the Lincoln-cam- paign souvenirs shows the contrast in which the old time ..campaigns were conducted as compared with the mod- lin, and thus the banner was used In j Mariano is recovering normally from .the operation for amputation of .part of his right leg "-and -his morale, is "very says an. official com- munique from the di Milano re- both the 1SGO and the 186-t paign. James A. Spead of .Newflelds, now 7G years of age, remembers the club, and as a boy.'marched with the old.Lincoln j ceived. here last The .operation n._i_ a .Tulv >20 th p Republican club of-that town'in.both campaigns. Exeter Items Stafford "Dutch" Connor, assistant, football coach at New York universi- ty, who is a camp-counsellor the was performed July '20, before the Citta di Milano Bay with '.the. survivors of :th'e. Italia expedition, Ca'pt. Mariano a froz- en foot as a .member of the Italia's "walking party" that left the main group of survivors neari OToyn Island bridge, .-.wlttv. burial in M-t. Auburn cemetery there.- Admiral Folger was born in Massi- lon, O., May 19, 1844. He was grad- uated from .-the "Naval Academy in 1SC5. He -advanced through" the" var- ious grades and was appointed "Rear Admiral In From February, -1890, to January, 18D3, he was chief of the of Ordnance.- In the Spanish -War he commanded the English-built cruiser New Orleans, which took part in the DOES EVENT IN ondg WeismiUer: brought, a the swimmers a.nd visitors thrill to to the American practice pool. All aaid they never saw such swimming. The g toolc place in a. 50 meter (By Associated Press) Haadam, Holland, July Wciamiller bettered his swimming Lime of 59 seconds at the Paris Olymr FINAL PREPARATIONS AT NEW TEA ROOM Workers were busy in the new Jar- vis Tea' Room this morning stocking engagements in n.umerous waters. He commanded Sfuadron of thc: Asiatic' Fleet Cuban pic in the -100' meter event today, j the shelves with all.sorts of goodies, Swimming the distance in 57.4 sec- fancy candies and other sweets which Philippine from are sure to make a hit with the pub. lie. All of the candies were made and ar Jarvis' own candy kitchen of the finest type. The necessary BJ. turea-have bean installed antf every, thing is nearly in readiness for lh( opening Thursday. The soda fountain was put' ;nlo commission this-morning and the ta- bles and booths were nearly all set ia place- Tomorrow the final details w-'.n be completed and Thursday Uie Dpening of this modern tea room be held. ern ones. Town Clark Fred S, I'el- lowes found two meclnls bearing the j Wilhelmina Fulton, daughter oE Mr. and Hamlih and Mrs. Samuel O, Fulton oC Wood- Camp Zetanko, is an effort to reach lajnd. Gangrene ing a at his home "in town, set in shortly after he was rescued by His bcotheiv John "Con nor, former All- the Russian ice-breaker l iCrassin and American quarterback on .New York university, is this summer counsellor at Camp Wan Na.li at Bristol. The announcement of the eHigage- ment of Alfred W.- Smith of TCxeter, to likeness of mounted in Lincoln metal." One is a large picture of. a smaller of .Hamlin. while a third boars has been made. Miss Fulton is a graduate- frorh the. Now Hampshire Memorial Training school, class ot also a likeness of Lincoln on one.side ,1927, and Mr.. Smith was graduated from the Exeter 'High school and the University of New Hampshire, class of 1323, He is at present employed in and on the reverse side is that ot Hamlin, the vice president nominee. They differ in a large degree from the present tin type buttons of the candi- Mass. an amputation of the leg about half way between the ankle.'and the knee was found necessary. REAR ADMIRAL FOLGER DIES; AT CORNISH i Claremont, July Admiral William .-IT. Folger died at. Cornish Sunday night at the age of 84 .'follow- ing a three weeks' illness. The'- funeral will be held Wednesday noon 'at Cam- i PREPARE FOR THAT VACATION TUP SILVERTOWN Ownership Reflects Good Judgment Tire Prices Lowest Ever NOW at the Bottom and Get Your Cheap Mileage. Wm. B. Dryden 96 Fleet Street Portsmouth, N. H. F OF BEAUTIFUL SUMMER GOWNS of crepe de chine, flat crepe, and georgette, in plain colors, printed desigiis and com- bination effects. These garments are special values at Specially Priced.. In Nearly All Sizes In All the Wanted Colors Agents for McCall Patterns B. FRENCH CO. We Close Wednesdays at Noon April, to September in 189S and :was in. command of-.the cruiser, squadron of the. Asiatic Fleet until March -30. 1905. He. was retired Juna- 30 oE.that1 yoar. years he had lived in Vt. AI NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Pcrtlahd 3; Manchester 2. Haverhill C; Lewir'in C: nings. Brockton 2; Lynn 1. Salem 7; Attleboro G. 10 m- iraverhiU Brockton LewisLon Lynn Portland Salem Attlchoro Standing Won ......10 ..____12 n ster .10 7 7 Los! 9 10 7 11 13 Pet. .GG7 .032 .520 .500 .500 .COO .339 .273 Games Manchester at Lewistori. Haverhill at Portland. .Attlcboro at Lynn, Snlcm at Erockton. NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Pit'Lsburg 2; Brooklyn 1. OLho; tluJjs not scheduled. Standing Won St. Louis ........57 'Chicago .......'.B5 Cincinnati ..53 York ;.___47 ..'...V.27- Boston .'.'.......-.25" Philadelphia .22 Lost as 38 3D 37 59 Games Today St. Louis Brookb'n. Piltsburg" at-New "York. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yeslerday'_ Results Boston S; N.c-w York 3. St. Louis 10; Cleveland 0. -Washington- 5; Philadelphia 0. Other clubs not scheduled. Standing Won. New 1'ofk ......05 Philadelphia. .5G St.. Louis .'.v.....49 Chicago ........42 'W'ashing-ton ...4L-.. Cleveland .1... ;40 N- Boston .37- Detroit., .-.35 Lost 25 30 40 49 51 'Games Today New York-ab-Boston. HOME :RUK. STANDING -.-vHorne Runs. Yesterday. .'Yankees i 'National. League Leaders .-20 Cuba 22 Robins IS Hornsby, Braves .10 KaCey, Car-ill nuls.................14 Harper, Carclinala ..................13 'I-IuVst-, Phillies ....................13 American Leaguo Leaders Tlu th; Yankees Gohi'ig. Yankees .in Hauser, Athletics'.................15 Blue, Browns Brannon, Browns.................. 9 Lazzerie, Yankees 0 Simmons, Athletics............... 9 League Totals National 1 375 American........................330 Grand total'..................... .70S 705 YORK COUNTY MEN IN BANKRUPTCY Liabilities-.of and assets of are listed a: .v.qluntarj Jiankcuptcy .petition L'ouis F. 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