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DOINGS OF THE WC
Sharon, Pa. Searchers found bod
ies of Walter Hanrahan and Homer
Shelar, youth missing since Sunday.
Drowned while trying"to..cross ice.
Indianapolis. Man believed to be
Henry Thayer killed by outgoing in
Duluth, Minn. No motive found
for suicide of John S. Gustafson, nov
elty salesman. Found dead with bul
let wound in chest near car tracks.
Eau Claire, Wis. Unknown man
run down by North Coast Limited.
Ironton, Mo. Posse searching for
negro who shot and fatally wounded
George Marshall, town marshal,
when he tried to arrest him for rob
bing postofflce and terrorizing town.
Paris. Agreement of European
powers and U. S. to recognize gov
ernment in Mexico upon resignation
of General Huerta probable result of
exchange of notes between Pres. Wil
son and European powers.
Winnipeg, Man. Woman living
with homesteader suspected to be
Mrs. Belle Gunness, LaPorte, Ind.,
Lanark, III. Thomas Slifer, 96,
and Marie, 95, his wife celebrated
75th wedding anniversary.
Cleveland, O. "If it is necessary
to sacrifice the ship to saVe life of
single sailor, let the ship go to the
bottom," advice of Harry Coulby,
pres. Pittsburgh Steamship Co., to
captains and engineers of company's
Williamstown, N. Y. County at
torney W. E. Clay believed dying with
2 bullet wounds in lungs. S. M. Billis
ter, contractor and-tobacco dealer,
accused of shooting.
New York. Colonel Roosevelt is
"all right" according to tele-cablegram
received by Sec'y Sherwood
-)f Museum of National History.
Detroit, Mich. James Enright, 40,
dying from razor wounds across
throat. Carlo Lipiocolo, barber,- ar
rested, says Enright tried to suicide.
RLD BOILED DOWN
i Danville, III. "Go to it," Uncle Joe
Cannon is said to have advised grand
niece, Mildred Ann Cannon, when she
announced desire to become profes
sional tangoer. Reported receiving
$500 a week. Her father objected.
Washington. On Sec'y of Interior
Lane's recommendation, president
signed order setting aside 4,600 acres
of land along Pend d'Oreille river,
Washington, as reservation for use of
Bridgeport, Conn. Fanny Crosby,
famous hymn writer, 94 years old
THE HOME RULE SITUATION
London, March 25. The Irish Na
tionalists will insist upon the passage'
of the home rule bill and its enact
ment into law. With this statement
from John Redmond today, further
disturbance in "Ulster as well as bitter
parliamentary fights were forecasted.
Redmond's statement followed re
ports that Premeir Asquith might dis
solve parliament immediately after
me passage or tne diu, or even oeiore
it is enacted.
The action of the government in
compromising with the army over the
refusal of officers to serve in Ulster
was believed to. forecast an early dis
solution of parliament. To this Red
"There certainly will be no dissolu
tion of parliament until the home rule
bill has been passed."
Belfast, March 25. Several per
sons were injured during a riot be
tween Orangemen and Nationalists
here early today. Stones were thrown
and revolver shots fired. Leaders of
the crowds were arrested.
Government after Master Plumb
ers' Association. May prosecute un
der Sherman anti-trust law.
Human hair grows at the rate of
.1095 of an inch a day.