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William Burrows elected pres. of
Libby Packing Co. Succeeded late
Police looking for man said to be
partner of Indiana saloonkeeper who
swindle dltalian laborers by--running
fake employment agency.
Lawyers' Ass'n of III. filed petition
asking that jury commissioners be
compelled to obey law. Say some
trades are never represented on
Judge Prindiville dismissed suit
of. Dora. Cohen,, mijllner,. against
Mark Gordon, insurance agent.
Wants to collect fire insurance.
John Stewart, owner of great lum
ber tracts in south and northwest,
died at home of daughter in Aurora.
Western railroads want increased
rates for hauling vegetables. Hear
ing now on in Hotel La Salle.
HlB Hk 1?
"Ah, that explains how Penwiper
dresses on his salary."
"Yes, but it utterly fails to explain
how he dresses his wife on it."
Washington. Increased condensed
milk rates to California points upheld
by interstate commerce commission
until July 26.
Washington. Labor Sec'y Wilson
denied Ohio statements that both he
and president believed "mine run"
law's repeal would help Ohio strike
Springfield. Gov. Dunne issued
proclamation offering reward of $200
for arrest and conviction of James
Emerson, wanted on charge of mur
dering Geo. Papp and Alex. Orr at
Granite City, Feb. 24.
Springfield. Quarantine against
scarlet fever epidemic which has pre
vailed several months modified.
Racine, Wis. Body of August Jas
kulske, who disappeared mysterious
ly Saturday, found in lake. Believed
he fell in.
Indianapolis. Vernie Alphonso
Lewis, confessed murderer of Mrs.
Will Balding and 3 children in Terre
Haute, pronounced sane.
Sidney, O. Don McLeod, barber,
who went west to attend San Fran
cisco Exposition dead because friend,
glad to see him, slapped him on back.
Washington Rescue of crew of 15
from schooner Manhaset, Boston,
stranded and burned in Penobscot
Bay reported by coast guard.
Indianapolis, Ind. Brig. Gen. Chas.
Shaler, U. S. A., retired, died follow
ing fall in street
Washington. Sec. of Agriculture
Houston sent telegrams to various
cotton exchanges denying having
said there will be no decrease in cot
Ellensburg, Wash. Hundreds of
farmers abandoned homes when gov
ernment's temporary crib dam at re
clamation project in Upper Lake Kee
chelus broke and flooded valley.
Warsaw. Two passengers on
Moscow train killed, 13 seriously
wounded. Passenger dropped light
ed match, causing bottle of ether to
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