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'day say that the infant grandson
of the kaiser, who narrowly ipiss
ed being Christmas present to
Prince and Princess August Wil
helm, was in best of health, as
well as the mother.
London. Turkey will pay
indemnity to Balkan allies, ac
cording to reports from peace
Cleveland. O. R. Colbow, 61,
and fifth "bride Ernestine Hart
wief, 58, stood behind bar all day
and served free drinks on wed
ding day. His first wife died and
he was divorced three times.
Columbus. Rev. J. F. Good
rich, Wellston, recently gave Mrs.
Ida Calentina his seat in crowded
street car here. She became the
fourth Mrs. Goodrich today.
Columbus. George Booth beat
up his bride-to-be, Maggie Har
rison, at their announcement din
ner. Admitted he had been a
trifle rough. Wedding postponed.
Odessa. 1,714 deaths reported
at Mecca within 4 days. Cholera.
Dixon, 111. Body of Leo Bry
an, city editor Morrison Sentinel,
found in Rick river.
Quincy, I1L $25,000 damage
in fire at Monroe City, Mo., near
Madison, Wis. For benefit of
traveling salesmen it is proposed
to amend election law so as to
make "vote by mail" legal.
Portland, Ore. A. J. Biehl and
H. H. Humphrey put on trial
charged with using mails to de
fraud in Columbia River Orchard
Golden Point, 111. Mrs. I. Bax
ter killed in runaway. Husband
badly hurt. 6 grand-children
St. Louis. Mrs. S. J. Johnson
and sister, Miss Mary Scott, died
of pneumonia Christmas day.
Had refused to get nurse, plead
ing poverty. Undertaker found
$5,014 hidden in their home.
New York. J. P. Morgan, steel
king, paid $62,000 to nine lawyers
who came here to help prevent
him testify in Pujo money trust
investigation for him.
Lincoln, Neb. Al. Sausman,
ex-postmaster at Cortland, sen
tenced to 6 months in prison when
he admitted raising own salary.
Atlantic, Ga. Letter from
Vice-Pres.-elect Marshall led
Gov. Brown to parole Chas. Sut
ton, bandit from Indianapolis.
Washington. Dept. of Agri
culture experts to verify reports
that potash deposits in Death
Valley are worth from 5 to 10
Champaign, 111. Ed Miller,
wife and 2 children killed when
train hit their buggy.
Washington. Sec'y of war has
directed that Gen. E. J. McCler
nand shall be retired for age with
rank of brigadier general of the
London. King George report
ed completely recovered from
slight chill which kept him from
royal Christmas festivities.
Colon, Panama. 'All well
aboard U. S. S. Arkansas, on
which Pres. Taft and party sailed
for Key West.
Berlin. Kaiser's Christmas
presents to relatives and friends
and his Christmas tips to servants