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NICE LITTLE SCRAP THEY HAD
The county held what was to have
been a "peaceful" meeting yesterday.
It started nicely. It finished like an
Ulster riot. They fought much. They
John E. Northup's demand for $38,
000 for pushing vote fraud cases went
unheeded. So did the'demand or the
Illinois Training School for Nurses
The rival factions fought over the
request of the board of assessors for
$30,000 and the state roads proposi
tion. Both subjects were passed.
The, proportion of women to men is
Is 100 to 110 in Australia,