Mutual Weekly, No. 33 (1913)
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Sacramento, Cal: Verbeck wins the 444-mile Panama-Pacific road race. Friederichshafen, Germany: Emperor William offers to Norway, the colossal statue of Frithjof. Fashion in New York. Baltimore, Md: A number of newly invented high pressure machines are tested by the Fire Department. Paris, France: Reviewing the troops on the 14th of July. Taken from a dirigible. Washington, D.C: While steeple-jacks are cleaning the "Goddess of Liberty" and repainting the Capitol dome, Mr. Anderson's mule, Jasper, having taken too many liberties on the Capitol lawns, is arrested while going up the Capitol steps. Terrific wind storm, worst in the Capital's history, demolishes houses, tears down trees and causes damage of over $1,000,000. Bristol, England: The King visits the Royal Agricultural Show, and sails from Eaton to Windsor on the Thames. Mt. Tamalpais, Cal: 2,000 troops, 1,900 national guardsmen and 1,000 private citizens engage in strenuous battle with big conflagration. Amiens, France: Auto race. The Picardie circuit triumphant. Washington, D.C: Henry Lane Wilson, Ambassador to Mexico, leaving the White House after an interview with President Wilson. Minneapolis, Minn: Arrival of Edward Payson Weston. Laying of cornerstone of the new Minneapolis Athletic Building.
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