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THE WORLDS NEWS IN BRIEF
"Springfield, 111. The charges
against Joseph F. Haas, secre
tary of State Board of Parsons,
to be heard in Chicago, Sept. 27.
This is decision of State civil
'Haas was charged with polit
ical activity and neglect of duty
by Chicago Civil Service Reform
' Indianapolis, Ind. A skeleton
of an unknown man, with revol
ver gripped in his hand, found
west of here.
Denver, Col. Denver had a
cold rain and hail storm and now
furs and overcoats are showing
up throughout Colorado.
Doesn't look as if we were go
ing to have to don furs and over
coats here for some time yet.
New York. Burglars foiled
when they tried to steal Dewey
and Katherine, 25 and 30-year-old
"donkeys. They balked.
Newark, N. J. Mrs. Michael
Stacevicz, to save her son from
bad company, charged him with
theft. Overcome by remorse she
admitted charge was false. Ar
rested for perjury.
Indianapolis. United Ancient
Order of Druids national conven
tion of the Supreme Grove will be
held here Sept. 16 to 21."
New York. Col. E. H.
Green was arrested for using
electric-lighted tags on his -auto
to show numbers. Cop arrested
him because they were irregular.
Bronxville, N. Y. Chas. Van
Bufen, chief of police, and Chas.
Ambrose his only officer, went
practicing. Shot each other, Vanj
Buretr hit in abdomen. Ambrose
lost a finger. -
New York. Clara Bloodgood
actress, killed herself several
months ago. Despondent over
Yesterday she was left a for-
J tune of $30,000, which would
have more than paid her cred
itors. Indianapolis. Women's Fran-?
chise-League of Indiana will open
an organized campaign for the
suffrage cause here Monday. '
Cleveland, O. Mrs. Zamppore,
Baso says she doesn't want her,
license any more, She was mar-
ried a month ago. "I am going toJ
leave Alex." Slie charges himl
with cruelty. 1
Springfield, 111. E. R. ThayerJ
97, veteran merchant here, i!'
dead. Heat. r -1
La Trope, Pa. Two mefij
killed and six persons injuredj
Passenger train No. 21, en ro'utei
'from N. Y. to Chicago on thel
Fenn. Ry., collided with a freights
train near here.
Indianapolis. Following Jthe'
continued shortage of milk caus
e'd by hot weather here, many'
milkmen have already advanced,
the price from 4 to 5 cents a pint."
London. Sudden death of
Mme. Marie La -Salle Rabinoff,
26, American prima donna, was
announced here today. ,
The body will be brought to
United States and buried at Beat-1
rice, Neb., her family's home. 3
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