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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Havana. 20 persons shot and
badly wounded in fight here to
day between Conservatives and
Liberals. Rurals, soldiers and po
lice restored order after a hard
fight, removed the wounded to
hospitals and made 100 arrests.
One of the wounded died at the
Indianapolis, Ind. Atty. Gen.
Honan announced today that the
state's petition for a permanent
injunction against the Racing
Foundation Corporation of Amer
ica, filed at Valpariso, would be
Oxford, Mich. Gov. Wilson
ordered Democratic National
Treasurer Dodge to return to C'
H. McCormick his $12,500 con
tribution to the Wilson conven
tion campaign fund. He did. ,
Springfield, 111. State Su
preme Court is expected to ad
journ the October session this af
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
Indianapolis, Ind. Dr. E. J.
Mericle, 49, Morgantown, Ind.,
found dead in hotel here today.
Fort Wayne, Ind. "Conserva
tion" was the topic discussed at
today's session of the women's
federation of clubs convention
Peoria, 111. Myron Jordon, ed
itorial writer of the Rock Island
Weekly News, was acquitted to
day of charge of sending obscene
matter through the mails. .Editor
and Publisher John Looney,s in
dicted on the same charge, will
be tried in April.
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St. Xouis, Mo. Gen. T. H.
Hubbard, 70, New York, chair
man of the executive committee
of the Clover Leaf Ry., almost en
tirely recovered from shock re
ceived when private car in which!
he. and other -officials were riding
fell 25 feet through trestle nearj
Salt Lake City, Utah- In fighl:
between deputies and strikers to-
day at Bingham, Utah, L. J. Tidj
well, special deputy, was shot and
seriously wounded. May diej
Two Greeks wounded.
Tayloiville, HI. Four strann
gers had shooting fight heer to
day. Onex man killed. Afieeec
- - . I W
slayer gave his name as Tosepl
uiacKDurn, Marion, in. .tseiievcc
to have been fignt avjbr money.
Winnipeg, Man. 5,000 er
ployes of the G. P. Ry., members
of the clerical and freight han3
dlers departments, are on verge
of strike today. .Want more
Philadelphia. Eight pol
arrested today charged with at
ing illegal registration.
Crawfordsville, Ind. Wabasl
eleven left today for South Bene
to play Notre Dame tomorrow.
Toledo, O. Toledo High foot-
ball team will play old rivals, De-
troit Central High tomorrow. De-
troit eleven have always been vic-
tors. " t
Shelbyville, Ind. Stanley1
Campbell, 17, whose father died?
from injuries received when his
auto was struck by a train, is in
critical condition as a result of m
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