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THE WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF
Mexico City. Rebels have de-
'manded surrender of San Luis Pp-
tosi, the key to communication with
fcTampico and the oil fields.
, St. Louis. Fire destroyed busi-
y ness block of Highland, HI. Town is
without water supply. Loss $40,000.
, San Francisco. Of the 700 mem-
wi bers of the San Francisco Dlshwash-
" r era' Union, 100 are college gradu-
St. Louis.- Sherwood Eddy, Y. M.
C. A. secretary to Asia, states that
k missionaries In India buy young girls
by the thousand at 10 cents apiece
to save them from immoral hves.
1 New York.-Miss Jeanette Fore
. man admits punishing her daughter,
- 16, by biting her. Found guilty of
e London. The King's Bench divi--sion
this afternoon ordered the re
t turn of judgment for the full amount
of $7,000 asked by the 93 West End
t merchants suing the Pethick Law
.rences and the Pankhursts for win
dow smashing. The Pankhursts were
not in court, Mrs. Pankhurst being
in Holloway jail and Miss Christabel
being in France. Lawrence agreed to
judgment and taking of testimony
New York.. Winifred A. O'Hagan,
nurse, charges New York Isolation
Hospital with neglecting babies in
" its charge.
" Saginaw. Detectives are investi
gating three fires in 3"6 hours that
have destroyed Pere Marquette
"freight cars. Believed incendiary.
Philadelphia. Two deaths and
iiumerous heat prostrations reported
as result of heat wave.
Duluth, Minn. Steamer Jessie
Spaulding reported lost after colli
sion with William M. Snyder, Jr., is
3 still afloat.
f Los Angeles. C. H. Ercanbach,
4 Santa Barbara, arrested, charged
with offering U. S. Senator John D.
Works $1,000 bribe for postmaster,
appointment InSanta Barbara.
New York. Angus Hamilton fa-"
mous war correspondent, suicided
St Louis. 29 injured, 2 fatally, in
rear-end collision of cars on United
Railways at Overland Park.
Danville, Ml. Vladmir Valensea
Chicago, fatally hurt when struck by
limited car on DlinoisNTraction sys
tem. Milwaukee. Four deaths by
drowning and 12 cases of heat pros
tration toll of wannest day of season
New York, Karl Hutter, million
aire inventor, whose patent bottle
stopper netted him fortune, suicided.
Decatur, III. St. Joseph's Catholic
church and priest's house in Pesotum
destroyed by fire. Loss $15,000.
Sofia, Bulgaria. Earthquake
shocks have destroyed buildings and
killed many persons. Thousands
homeless and destitute.
Barry, III. Fire destroyed city
block In business section. Loss
Cleveland, O. Art Simms, sev
eral years ago promising lightweight
in the fight game, committed to
Massillon Insane Asylum.
Washington. Without waiting,
action of senate investigating com
mittee, R. M. Cooper, clerk in docu
ment room, threw lobbyist out of
room and kicked him down the cor
ridor. New York. Pauline Rosen, 17,
laid off from work in slack season,
jumped from roof of building 15
stories. Cannot live.
Denver, Col. United Commercial
Travelers of America went on record
at convention as against all forms
Berlin. Andrew Carnegie, Amer
ican multi-millionaire advocate of
world peace, personally congratulat
ed Kaiser Wilhelm n on quarter cen
tury of peaceful rule.
Minneapolis, Minn. George Kane,
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