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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Washington. Supreme Court
approved cancellation of citizen
ship papers ofJohn O. Johanne
sen,San Francisco. Held courts
have right to review and revoke
citizenship papers any time.
t Then the foreign-born "citi
zen" of the United States will
only be"a citizen so long' as he
doesn't do something to peeve a,
Muncie, Ind. William Beard,
20, shot and killed self. Thought
Kis heart was broken because girl
Rushville, Ind Trial of Paul
Harris for murder of mother held
up one hour Because jurors insist
ed on feeding their cattle."
New York. Big crowd at
opening of Waters-Pierce Co. suit
against Standard Oil in hope of
seeing John . Rockefeller, sub
poenaed as x witness. '""John sent
word he couldn't waste time fool
ing around in court, but he'd drop
in and say hello sometime when
Jawn D. hasn't anything on the
Beef Trust hogs They didn't at
tend half the sessions of their own
trial on criminal charges.
Appleton, Wis. -Thirteenth bi
ennial convention of German
Catholit Benevolent Societies,
Wisconsin, opened herje today.
Des Moines. Rev. Henry
Bond, Vt., elected president
Merthyr-Tydvil, Wales. In
dependent Labor Party, in annual
conference, declared for woman
suffrage. Biggest victory women
Kansas City. Third trial of
Dr. B. Clarke Hyde, dharged with
murder of Col. Thomas H.Swope,
continued to Sept. 3. Prosecutor
Virgil Conkling ill. Hyde con
victed on first trial ; juror busted
up second by escaping.
Portage, Wis. Game Warden
E. A. Classby fired at from am
bush while raiding set lines of fish
peddlers. Not hit. Jack Smith
and Jay Brown arrested.
Martinsville, Ind. Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Brown, Miss Bonnie
Bailey, 17, and Miss Bessie Cure,
17, killed in collision between au
to and car on Terre Haute, In
dianapolis & Eastern Traction
Rensseelaer, Ind.--Coroner to
investigate wreck of auto near i
here yesterday, in which Mrs. Ne
ola Rutherford, 18, was killed.'
Dayton, O. Wilbur Wright,
aviator and inventor, slowly sink
ing. Physicians in constant at
tendance. Say only his will power
is keeping him alive.
Elizabethport, N. J. "I do not
need the New Jersey delegates to
insure my nomination, but I want
thent so repudiation of Roosevelt
may be as emphatic as possible."
Taft inspeech here.
Will all those who have no
ticed the repudiation of Roose
velt repudiating around kindly
raise their right hand"? Oh, a(l
Winona, Minn. J. W. Hard
wick, owner of milk depot, went
looking for gas leak with match.
May die of it. Milk depot heap of
have scored in years;