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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
Little Rock, Ark. 3 men dead and
1 woman dying, result feud over gov
ernment land claim at Nogo.
Jackson, -Miss. $100,000 damage
done when Town Creek went out of
its banks and flooded nearly 100 office
Kansas City," Mo. Walter Wirth
must buy -wife Easter hat to cost not
less than $5 or pay fine of $500 for
non-support, decision of Judge Brady.
Grand Rapfds, Mich. Roy S.
Blackburn, Chicago, charged with
complicity in triple murder and rob
bery at Thomson jewelry store last
September, released- from custody.
Case nolle prossed.
Albany, N. Y. William Sulzer, de
posed governor and assemblyman,
destroyed basis of his appeal to U. S.
supreme court for vindication by
drawing his entire salary of $1,500
as assemblyman. "
Fresno, Cal. 4 men and 1 woman
drowned when suspension bridge
- brok while auto was crossing.
New York. Dr. Edgar De Mott
Stryker, American surgeon in charge
of large hospital at Holkbl. China,
s where he has supervised treatment of
60,000 persons in last 4 years, shot
and killed. Superstition of natice.
Baltimore. Declared sight restor
ed to child's eye by grafting cornea
of pig's eye to child's eyeball.
New York. Caruso andScotti are
here. by. steamship. Adriatic, from
Mediterranean ports. Not the opera
.singers. Two Cardinian asses who
hit "high C" all he way over, ac
cording to passengers.
New York. Help! Murder! Police!'
I'm shot!" Mrs. Jack Goldenberg
r shouted out of Bronx window. Cork
from cider bottle did it all.
New York. Gen. Daniel E. Sickles
reported near death.
New York. John Nochilas Brown,
14, known for gears as "richest .boy
in world," will add another $10,000,
000 to his fortune through legacy
from estate of grandfather.
San Jose, Cal. Josiah L. Pickard,
50, ex-city sup't of school in Chicago
and former president of University of
Tarrytown, N. Y. Large 'dairy
owned by John D. Rockefeller de
stroyed by fire.
O'DONNELL T0PLEAD SELF
DEFENSE IN DE ROCK CASE
Edward O'Donnell, slayer of Peter
De Rock, fisherman-life saver of the
lake shore, surrendered to the police
early today and announced that he
would plead self-defense in shooting
the Norths Shore hero here in the
Carmen'Gardens Saturday night. The
inquest will be held late today.
O'Donnell is a brother of Simon
O'Donnell, president of the "Building
He Well, I hope you are satisfied
now that you have a high-power field
She Far from it. Although I can
distinctly see every flirtation on the
golf links, I still can't hear a word