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with the baby grasped firmly in
his hand$. '
1 "'Twasdthin'," said Henry,
when the men cheeredand shook
his hand. Then hewent back to
v the tailor shop. ,
' t But he baby's father, B. J.
Grant, cashier jn a bank, wftTsee
' that Henrygets a college educa-
tion, besides 'tlfe hero medal.
Being one of the select sena
torial -society; se't in Washington,
is just a. part of Mrs.
'Claude A. Swan-
sons duties. At her
home4 in Virginia
sne -is a Jarmer,
owning one of the
best tobacco farms
in the Lynchburg
While her hus
band sits in his sen
ate seat, Mrs Swan-
son supervises the
farm "back home."
Farmers in northwest Canada
are using headlights on their trac
tdrs so they can work at night,
getting the spring wheat sown.
MINERS RETURN TO WORK
Peoria,1 111., April 24. A new
state working agreement 'was
adopted by the Illinois branch of
the United Miqe Workers and
the Illinois operators yesterday,
and will go into force as s6dh as a
referendum vote is taken." It is
certain that the new -r agreement
will be ratified. -
Miners who have been otft
since April 1, returnedjro work in
, the majority of the Bituminous
regions today. - "
- LeBus laugh a little bit ,
Aswe wander dbwn the ways
Throwing little wadsrdjoy
, All about tie pissing day
'Throwing littlefvyadsf joy"
doesn't mean igettlng tight and
j tossing beer Corks afrpassers by.
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