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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Galveston,- Tex. Two thou
sand longshoremen are on strike
here. Rioting threatened.
Springfield, 111.- Schools- of
Leroy,- 111., did not open today
- owing to eight cases of infantile
paralysis within city. Rigid
quarantine has been established.
Joplin, Mo. An extra large,
special casketls being made for
Will T. Evans, 55, colored, orig
inal "wild man from Borneo,"
who died of dropsy. No stock
casket was big enough Evans
was-seven feet high and weighed
Bowling Green, Mo. Speaker
Champ Clark", who arrives for his
first visit home since his defeat,
will be given a rousing welcome
by the "'home folks."
Ernest Kelly, milkman, drown
ed at Wausau, where the Wiscon
sin river rose over ten feet. There
was nearly half million dollars
damage by floods in Wisconsin
Indianapolis. A barefoot man,
after robbing the home of Thos.
H. Crabtree, attacked Crabtree's
daughter, Genevieve, 16. Burglar
was masked. Girl believes he was
Shelbyville. Annual conven
tion of Rural Letter Carriers
Ass'n of Indiana will meet next
year ui Greencastle.
XraCross, Wis. Charles Klein
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Smith, 48, fell from, tree and
broke neck. Died. '
LaCrosse. Remarkable co
incidence in two suicides occurred
here yesterday when Charles A
Gadbe and George Erbst, both 2Si
and living in the same block, com
mitted suicide with 38 caliber re
volvers, without apparent reason.
Montrose, Colo. Virgil Os
born and Miss SusieJPool, dressed
in regalia of western plains, mar
The entire bridal party were on
horseback, including minister and
flower girls, and escorted by fifty
cowboys and cowgirls.
Ft. Smith, Ark. 'Four daugh
ters Of Lewis Clark are to marry
four planters, who live next door..
New York. Raymond Hitch
cock and wife, Flora ZabelleL
kissed and made up. No talk of
divorce until Raymond breaks out
London.-Gf eat Britain to de
mand arbitration of Panama
Clear Lakey'Ia. Clinton Mil
ler, 18, grandson of Judge S. M.
Weaver of Iowa supreme court,
found dead in Clear lake Left
eye badly bruised. Believed foul
Bower Bank, .Maine, Willis
Tompkins, fugitive, killed when
he aimed rifle at posse
EI Paso, Tex. U. S. Senator,