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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
San Francisco. Henry Leon
.Wilson, author and playwright,
and Helen McGowan Cooke, 18,
daughter Grace McGowan Cooke,
Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Giusep
pina Carpentieri, 15, has applied
for divorce after year of married
life. Said mother forced her to
Geneseo, I1L Robber held up
James Lynch, night operator
Rock Island road, and escaped
New York. Theodore Roose
velt bought new sombrero hat be
fore starting for Chicago. Too big
to kick aroun'.
Washington. Sec'y McVeagh
has installed currency washing
machine in treasury dept. Dollar
bills laundered while you wait.
Alton, 111. Wm. Harltely, fish
erman on island in Mississippi,
has disappeared, May have- been
Shelbyville, 111. George Ever
ett Hill, 2, is dead because some
one left strychnine tablets lying
around near his candy.
Monmouth, 111. Several horses
dead of pink eye. Epidemic in
.vaded this vicinity.
Decatur, HI. Lester Cooper
and Forrest Weller placing wild
west. Cooper accidentally dis
charged revolver. May recover..
Los Angeles. Earl Rogers
Darrow's attorney, won victory
today when court ordered Anton
Johansen, Jabor leader, to appear.
Clarence Darrow has temporarily
assumed charge of defense.
Utfca, N. Y. Sen. Root here.
for commencement Hamilton col
ekjge, refused to discuss politics,
but said he would go to Chicago
Beardstown, 111. Wm! Mc
Gowan, carpenter on steamer,
awakened from sound sleep by
deckhand, rolled into river. Was
London. Mme. Minnie Sattz-man-Stevens,
scored great success at Covent
Des Moines. 200 Cummins'
boosters' bound for Chicago con
vention. Boston. Col. William C. Gor
gas, chief sanitary officer Panama
canal zorie, offered' position Bos
ton health commissioner by May
London. Earl Grey, former
lieut. gov. Canada, has sailed fo
Cape Town to dedicate memorial
to Cecil Rhodes, recently erected
on Table Mountain.
Mexico City. Federals inflict
ed another deathblow to rebellion
when Gen. Robles and forces, de
feated rebels in state of Morales.
300 rebels killed, 200 captured.
Gen. Zapata, rebel, wounded.
New York. Chas. E. Hughes,
Jr., 22, son of Judge Hughes, will
marry Macjorie Bruce Stuart,
daughter Henry C. Stuart, dep
uty collector port of New York.
New York. Langdon P. Mar
vin at Associated Harvard Clubs,
proposed 9 cheers for Roosevelt.
Greeted by storm of hisses min
gled with cheers.
Los Angeles.--Tom McCarey,
promoter of AVolgast-Rivers fight
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