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Portland, Ore. Rochester, N.
Y., selected for next year's con
vention of Elks.
St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Elgin C.
Cash horsewhipped husband in
p'ark, when she found him riding
with companion in auto.
Milwaukee, Wis. Hubert O.
Wolfe, Milwaukee lawyer, will
probably be selected as temporary
chairman Democratic state con
vention. Baltimore, Ind. Thomas C.
Boggs, newspaper ftian, civic re
former and secretary Merchants
and Manufacturers association,
Baltimore, is dead.
St. Louis, Mo. National Ass'n
of Dyers and Cleaners passed res
olution endorsing pure silk bill.
Peoria, 111. Peoria policemen
are going to form union.
New York. Police searching
for" slayer of Julia Connors, 12, by
wireless. Believed to have sailed
Boston, Mass. William Ko
len, leather worker, ran down
street with fur coat, pull-down
cap and mittens. Bug house.
Springfield, 111. Wilson 'meet
ing will be held by Sangamon
county Democrats tonight.
Niles, Cal. Soldier Elder,
pugilist, struck on head by Albert
Parks, cowboy, after argument
because Elder rode Parks' bronco.
Sea Girt, N. J. Gov. Wilson
said there would be plenty of
DESPERATE ILLS REQUIRE DESPERATE REMEDIES
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Uncle Aaron Hurry up and
close the shutters, mother! Here
The City Relative Sold, by
thunder! That means $10 out and
the next train back to town.
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