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made in all friendship they would have been rejected immediately be cause of their humiliating and un usual character. Washington. Department of Agri culture brands stable tfly as breeder and carrier of infantile paralysis. Kansas City, Mo, Wary Harrison, 23, cried herself to death because her mother and uncle hadigone to visit a friend without her. Belgrade, Servka. Minister of In terior announces there were 595 cases of cholera inlServia from July 22 to Aug. 3. New York. Prof. James Cunning ham, St. Francis Xavier College, went into saloon to talk politics with some students and was robbed of $1,000. It was returned latec St. Louis. Thereiwas near riot on Grand av. when a pretty girl with skirt slit to the kneerevealed the fact that she wore no stockings. Springfield, III. State civil service considering requests for increases in wages estimated to total $10,000 based on length of service and in crease in work. Peoria, III. J. E. Stilwell, 59, form er state live stock inspector, dead. Culfport, Mass. Father A. Kuhn, Catholic priest, held charged with beating his sister Clara, 20. Says she did her housework badly. Indianapolis, Ind. Gov. Ralston will "look into" reported gambling at Porter, Ind., race track. Jefferson City, Mo. State will in stitute suit against Missouri railroads requiring them to refund money ob tained in excess of two-cent rate dur ing time law was held up in Federal Courts. Pekin, III. Overdose of morphine taken to produce sleep killed Robert C. IUing, 64. . London. Big country house near Finchley destroyed by fire. Suffra gets. Buxton, Eng. Michael Maybrick, 8, who under name Stephen Adams "wrote "The Holy City," dead, Toledo, O. Alfredo Serro, 35, ar rested charged with kidnaping Mary Buonanna, 7, in order to compel her mother, Lena, to go from Montreal, Canada, to Marion, Ohio, into house of ill-fame. Aurora, Ind. Because "Rajah," a big circus elephant, objected to the ) tooting of an auto horn right under his nose, four farmers had to jump out of their car and run, pursued by the elephant, who tore their clothing from them and gave them a few slight bruises. Then Rajah returned, smashed the automobile windshield and lamp and calmed down. Kansas City, Mo Joseph Chap man, chairman Bankers' Committee of Agricultural Department, declares "along with every million bushels of wheat exported from this country there goes $267,000 worth of soil fer tility." St. Louis. Arsenic supposed to have -been used in dumpling for bak ing powder caused death of Mrs. Harry Neff and poisoned her husband and two boarders. Grand Rapids, Mich. Ernest Well man decided not to "root" at base ball game again. Permanently in jured vocal chords when he shrieked "hit 'er out." Washington. Treasury alloted portions of $50,000,000 crop funds to states and cities with custodians. Illi nois received $4,000,000. ' Washington. Fourth note ad- dressed by Japanese government to this country on California anti-alien land negotiations received by Bryan. Elgin, III. While pursuing speed- ing auto, Motorcycle Policeman Rahn 9 was struck head on by another car. Severely injured. ' Washington, The National Ass'n. of Mfrs. has hired new press agent, F. W. Keogh, who distributes copy to Washington correspondents intend ed to show that N. A. M. never had a base motive and never expended a soiled dollar. Butler, Pa. Two killed, three will probably die result of injuries sus.-