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cided Jo-call out the-entite'Tegi-1
ment. - ." "" -, ( r
The bitter feeling of -thetptes-ent
campaign was accentuated
Saturday- by a personal attack
made upomMayor Scriver by 'Edi
tor John Looney in his .weekly
paper, tKe News. "The'paptr was
suppressed and Looney jvasar
rested. After his arrest he-was
severely beaten by the mayor, and
the bitternessi. between the two
factions burst into openrrwarfare.
Friends of the mayor-declare
that gangs of undesirables have
been imported here for thepur
pose of creating disturbances. ,It
is said the militia will be neces
sary in'.oqk Island until aftcr'the
primaries, April 9. -
- Galesburg, 111., March' 27-r-Company
C, 6th Regiment, J. N.
G., left for Rock island today at
1 p. m. Fifty men were in the
party. . v
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' WEATHER REPORT
Rain or Snow
tonight -and Thurs
day, with probably
ligfht rain or snow
for Chicago and,.
est tonight above ,the freezing
point; moderate, variable winds.
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"TJrCook says hell, throw, up
his hat for botlt Scott , and
Amundsen. Probably the 'same
hat Jie ate that time, at the North
Pole ' '
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