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Jackson-, Mich- Hughie Can
non, composer of "Bill Bailey"
and other songs, died in Toledo
hospital two hours before wife
.had been granted divorce in local
Ottawa, Ont Duke of Con
naught celebrated 45th anniver
sary of his becoming an officer by
marching mile and a half with
4,000 Canadian militiamen.
New York Sammis Bolles,
10, climbed up 40-foot steel tower
"supporting electric wires atBrent
wood, Lv I. George Williams
tried to rescue him. Both shocked
Kewanee, HL Jas. M Jackson,
87, wealthy pioneer, dropped dead
Stranger Great "guns, what's
that awfuf screaming over there.
Sounds like a football game.
Resident Oh, that's just the
morning practice at our painless
while preparing for breakfast.
Stockholm. Sweden Export:
Ass'n at dinner decided that Swe
den should participate in Panama
Alma, Mich. Board of direc
tors Alma College elected Ira M.
Hatch, Chicago.member of board.
New York. Baroness Bertha
Von Suttner, president Austrian
Peace Society, arrived yesterday;
from Europe. On way to San
Francisco, where she wjll address
convention of women's clubs.
" Madison, Wis1. Decided that
State Railroad Commission can
not order .common carriers to re
imburse passengers who miss
connections at junction points.
Paris. Franco-American com
mittee gave dinner to Champlain
delegation wh.ich visited U. S. and
Canada short time agd. Several
Americans and Canadians will be
decorated with Legion of Honor,,
to commemorate visit.
Washington. Rep. Henry TX
Clayton, Dem., Alabama, has"
been appointed chairman of sub
committee to investigate entire
McLeansboro, 111 G. W. Hill
has filed suit to contest nomina
tion of Elwood -Barker as Repub
lican candidate for legislature
from 51st senatorial district.
New York. Mrs. Gertrude
Haile Lanman, widow of William
Camp Lanman, who announced
short time ago she intended to be
nun, changed her mind after
studying their mode of living.
Pontiac, 111. Rey. P. A. Ru
dolph, pastor of Free Methodist
church, yiflage of Keyesport,neai