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FayettevilTe, Ark.- Attempting to
fosd swollen $kull Creek, near
Lfburn, Clyde Cole, 20, drowjjed.
' Eau Claire, "Wis. Miscreants dyna-
mited big reservoir dam on Big Bear
n Creek. Little damage cone.
Terre Haute, Ind. Strike oT 20,-
000 coal miners of District 11 will be
v called unless operators withdraw de
mands and insist upon discharge Jbf
mn'whtfload dirty coal.
Connersvllle, fnd. Dr. W. A. Win
ters, father of Catherine Winters,
says he places littles faith in report
from Charleston, W. Va., that Cathe r
me'has been found there.
Steamboat Springs, Col. James
. W, Oldham, 55, shot and killed 'Clif
ford Fulton, 40, wounded Charles Ful
ton fatally and wounded Samuel
Ltghthizer probably fatally. All
ranchmen. Old fueo
Indianapolis. National executive
board of United Mine ..Workers of
America authorized tHe West Virginia
miners to resume work, pending a
final settlement of difficulties in that
Warwick,. R. . Seeking to save
pat-bulldog from being run down by
street car, Albert Howe, 70, formerly
Boston, struck and instanly killed.
Charles City, la. Body of man 25,
well dressed, bearing name J. L. Kme
ler on his clothing, found 'in box car.
- - Wound on head caused death.
t Washington. Gold bracelet, stud
fa ded with diamonds, likely to be wed
w dlng gift of U. S. Senate to Miss Wil
son New York. Executor's report of
estate of "Big Tim" Sullivan, politi
cian, showed that when he died he
was worth,almost a million dollars.
Washington. In crematorium of
uadfertaking establishment where he
had gong to View body of civil war
comrade. Walter Johnson, 72, clerk in
patent pfljce, suicided.
New York. rEthel Lorraine, wife of
Raymond Belmont, son of August 1
Beheoat, wjoaeparatie with $100 x
month alimony Justice Greenbaum
explained low amount of alimony by
saying of Mrs. Belmont "lite df idle
ness was not conducive to heajthy
preparation for s.erfsus problems of
Akron, O. Frenzied bulldog ran
amuck in Perkins Av. school, fcifiag
fiv pupils, all serjbtisly.
Brussels. People of Belgium at
in pasi year 26,750 superannuated
ork horses, imported mostly from
St Louis. rMiss Eleanor Johnson,
20, and Wm. E. Bennett, $3, married,
held at police quarters awaiting re
turn to St. Paul, where Bennett will
be charged with, violating Mann act
New York. Frederick Teel, veter
an theatrical manager, found dead in
bed at the Lambs Club.
Owatonna Minn-Edward Hollen
hauet, violinist and composer, friend
Of Xiszt, Schuman, eMndelssohn aad
others of their time,. d.ead.
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THE TAX DODGE DEAL
Members of the Board of Review
and Bdard of Assessors apparently
do not relish the ambition of State's
Attorney Maclay Hbyne to make ridh
taxdodgers come across.
Hoyne is to meet the two boards
tomorrow morning,' but the board
members are already Jidgeting.
Roy O. West, president of the
Board of Review, saw he couldn't
just see what Hoyne iritended to dp,
'but he admitted thece was a wide rtf
fbrm needed in the tax system
David M. Pfaelzeivof the Board of.
Assessors said the present lw wa a
breeder m criticism.
Mrs. Charles Coulter of Vancouver
wore a pedometer fqr one month, at
the end of which time she found that
she had walked more tfian -four hun
dred" miles In doi?g tier household"
ThereJs a tendency toward simpler
styles fojout-oTdoor Wear.