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stalled at Washington.', Covered'
900 miles. ;"
Detroit Mrs; Robert Hop
kins, widow of famous.American
artist, is dead. ' -
Alma, Mich. Directors of "Al
ma College elected Prof. Blaidell,
formerly Michigan i Agricultural
College, as president. a. . ,
New York. M. Unger, strong
man, knovn on stagjefas Liohelj
Strongfort,sued for divorce. Wife
says he took all her.nTqney.T
New York. Mrs. Bruce Salter,
"Texas Patti," knoJiqn stage as
-Frances Lee, who sued Oscar
Jiammerstein because he didnt
makeher opera queen, married to
George' William Hanlon, alleged
London. Lord Northland, son
i.of'Isord and Lady Ranfurly, mar
ried to-Hilda Cooper, daughter of
lafiyHvpamel and Lady Cooper.
. fAshland., Wis. Body of Geo.
Richards'found in Bass Lake near
Topside. , Still dragging for body
of Her-man Karnewsky.
' Nelsori.' B. C Charles J. Ver-
l.beke, Belgian banker, convicted
f -ft'- i ' : . .
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C. Grahame White) greatest' of English airmen, and Dorothy Tay
lor; his American fiancee. They're going lo be married
June 27, and honeymoon in ah aeroplane.