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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Warrenton, Ore. Miss Clara
Munson elected' mayor here.
El Paso, Texl.OOO troops
moving t6wad Juarez today to
attack rebels ' numbering , 3,000,
commanded by Rojas and Car
aveo. Rebels have destroyed all
bridges on Mexican N. W. Ry.
Napa, Cal. Posse searching
for LaFayette Newell, lunatic.
Escaped from state insane hospi
tal. Killed 1 person and wounded
Pensacola, Fla. 16 of Crew of
Northburn, lumber steamer, were
lost when the boat sunk off the
coast xi BraziL
Clyde, Miss. N. B. Branton
made Daniel Grantham, 13, stand
in corner of school room in front
o fhis girl schoolmates wearing
dunce cap. He got mad. Stab
bed Branton. Severely wounded.
Lansing, Mich. Equal suf
frage was officially declared lost
by tate board of canvassers today
by majority of 760.
South Bend,Jnd. Ben Cahn,
accused with Ben Franklin in the
"arson trust" case, was released
from jail today on $7,500 bonds.
Indianapolis. Inquiry into
mysterious death of Helen Knabe,
assistant state pathologist, was
renewed here today .by county
Redondo Beach, Cal. Body
believed to be that of Winchester
Lawrence washed up on beach
Danville, 111. Mrs, Lona-jTay-lor
was today awarded verdict of
$2,500 in her suit against Mrs.
Vern Stark for alienation of her
husband's affections. -
La Crosse, Wis. Members of
Eagle Lodge found A: B. Chand
ler, secy, dead, hanging-from end
of rope in club room. Suicide.
Logan, O. $100,000 loss in fire
in 3-story furniture factory.
Milwaukee. Two firemen in
jured figoting. $100,000 fire in
plant of Garage Equipment Cfr.
Minneapolis. Although Eng
land's maximum postal weight is
11 pounds, a package just receiv
ed herje passed censor with mark
"10 pounds 28 ounces."
St, Paul. George Swairi, 74,
walked six miles to doctor in an
advanced stage, of smallpox to
avoid exposing passengers on a
Los Angeles. FredSnodgrass,
outfielder of N. Y. Giants, says
he intends to fight to a -finish the
breach of promise suit filed by
Miss Nellie A. Frakes.
Los Angeles. Promoter Tom
McCarey said today he had not
decided on date of 2Qrround bat
tle between Johnny,-Kilbane and
Johnny Dundee at Vernon.
Constantinople. Turkish" and
Greek forces today began another
land battle, in Epirus.
"Omaha, Neb. Gang of holiday
beggars here are "working"
women shoppers by offering to
pledge their mother's wedding
ring for a small "loan."
St. Louis J. D. W. Lambert,
wealthiest young bachelor here,,
joined Musicians' Union No. 2 be-