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' Champaign, 111, Grand v jury
will investigate riot started by
University of Illinois students at
theater recently. ,
New York. Gen. Nelson A.
Miles has started campaign to
have all Col. Roosevelt's hunting
relics removed fromWhiteHbuse.
Claysville, Pa. Cornelius
Brierly, young business man of
Homestead, killed by train. Re
ceipt for $50,000 life insurance
found in pocket.
Washington. United States
Civil Service Commission will
consider charges against Post
master D. A. Campbell, Chicago.
West Orange, N. J. Michael
Burke, awning repair man, fell
from fifth floor of Edison bldg.
Sharon, Pa. Frederick Haley,
46, suicide. Carbolic acid. Be
lieved despondent over Taft's de
feat. Indianapolis, lad. Vice President-elect
Marshall plunged into
his work as governor of Indiana
again after being assuredof vic
tory in national race.
Princeton, N. J. Somebody
has started rumor that Robert M,
La Follette is being considered
for secretary of state.
El Paso, Tex. Attorney Ri
cardo Gomez Robelo, representa
tive of Northern Mexico rebels,
sent congratulations toWoodrow
Newaygo, Mich. Proposition
to bond this county for $10,000 to
build jail and sheriff's "residence,
at White Cloud was defeated.
Milwaukee. Wm. Klein, 27,
and Jacob Hass, 45, both blind, ,
struck and probably fatally in
jured by auto.
Newark, N. J. A Democrat is
certain to succeed Woodrow Wil
son as governor of New Jersey.
Bridgeport, Conn. J. L. Ben
nett, Chicago, appointed ass't
adjutant general of Grand Army
Cincinnati. Alfred Harrison,
34, celebrated Wilson's election
by firing revolver. Bullet entered
"his left leg.
Montreal. Americans living
here got in bad with police all
over city by trying to celebrate
election in real Yankee style. Sev
Washington. Body of For
mer U. S. Senator John L. Wil
son, Seattle, who died here, will
be taken to former home, Craw
New York. Dr. Anna Shaw,
president of National Women's
Suffrage AsVn of America, pre
dicted that women would vote all
hsver country after 1916 election.
.Berlin. uxxo n. .a.ann, Amer
ican financier, predicted that
business would go up during Wil
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Grandmother There is one
good thing I notice particularly
about the young man who calls to
see you. He seems to have an in
stinctive respect for women. He
treats every woman as though
she were a being from a higher
sphere, to be approached only
with the utmost delicacy and def
erence." Granddaughter (aged
18) Yes, he's horridly bashful.