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. WHAT HAPPENED
Mexican federals have, defeated
rebel forces under Orozco at Jim
inez. Orozco won first round,
and General Salaz, in command
of main body of federals, com
mitted suicide. Rebels were cele
. brating when they were trapped
by other divisions of federal
Kaiser Wilhelm sailed from
Venice for Corfu, where he will
spend brief vacation today. Eng
land, for a time, feels it is safe
from German invasion bogey.
Mrs. John McHaffey, member
of Women's Relief' Corps of
Northern Illinois, died at her
home in Sterling today, from in
juries sufferedNin fall downstairs.
. Grand National Steeplechase,
'blue ribbon eventfor jumpers of
the world, which was to have
"been held at Liverpool Friday,
has been declared off' because
railroads cannot carry passengers
to it on account of coal strike.
Pope Pius will grant no more
public audiences until after
Easter. His Holiness is utterly
tired out by strain of his, recent
dutiesj and is suffering from
Taft supporters are in control
of Indiana Republican conven
tion. Roosevelt mein have bit be-
tween their teeth and are prepar-
ing" to bolt.
Strike of 2,000 shoe workers -at
Lynn, Mass.", ended suddenly to
day when owners, to avert state
wide strike, unconditionally
granted advance of 2 cents per
dozen pairs of shoes,
j Body of man buried 22 years at
-J ' :"- : a
Clarksburgi O., has been exhum-.
d and found to be petrified.
Every feature perfect. Weighs ,
about one ton.
Body of Albert Hoblit, 22, Den- -ver,
found face down in snow
north of Pierce, -Col., within 100
yards of fence that would have,
led him, to safety. Lost in bliz-.
President Taft sent message to .
congress today recommending ,
downward revision of cotton,
Does our president wisn an
other downward revision bill to
stick his little veto on?
Fred Collins, Akron, O., awak-,
ened "by flames in home. Threw
step ladder out of window and
jumped. Then set up ladder and .
rescued wife and children.
Governor Hunt of Arizona,,
spent last night in state peniten-
tiary. Did lock step with prison-
ers. Ate prison fare. Says all
governors should do this.
There have been some gover-4
nors whom the people ought to .
have made do this, and for a,,
longer period than one night.
John Dancy, riveter, Fort Wil-t
liam, Ont., lost his speech for one
hour when told he had been -let3C
estate worth $2,500,000. No
Indiana state convention this
afternoon elected ""four 'delegates'
at large to the National Repub-' '
Jican Convention, all pledged to
Taft. ' r
Twelve( persons were hurt, onei,
seriously, when pasenger train
No. 106. eastbound for Minne-i '