Miscellany: Tree vs. Children

A huge pine tree caught fire in Leaf, Miss., and a bus full of school children started out for school. As the car bumped along the road, the tree tottered; when the car was precisely under it, the pine tree leaned slowly and fell, as true as a golden hammer, killing the driver and five of the children.


In West New York, N. J., at a rubber plant, a fire occurred which destroyed the lives of 23 cats which, like the plant, belonged to one Charles Cholerton. One only of all Charles...

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