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Brandon Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 8, 1926, Brandon, Manitoba TT : % a HE BRANDO^ DAILY BR BRAVINA'. MANITOBA. THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1826. WnMmt raracaM—1J«b> rtnuua |ey Cargoes Over le Trail at Montreal imuggled Back Silks iges From New York Covered i and Came in as Perishable Goods ipt Delivery; Fictitious Names :rs and Assisted Smugglers in OVERSUPPLY OF APPLICANTS FOR CANADIAN EMIGRATION UNDER NEW FAMILY SCHEME April 8.—Six of the principal »teuimJiip <*om|wtu«‘N that i*i.nclIf lmjnstinn from these »hores have notilecl their airoitv throughout (¡rest Britain ami Ireland that there is an ovorsitpph of a|Yfi!ica»its for the Canadian H,OGO-fntnily »©hem© for lfc*. It Its* Ifound necessary to ask utany families to defer sailing until IP27, hut there will be tin eaneellatious of accept-atices Lack of preparable farms in the Dominion is given as th«* reason for postponementK. Woman Says She Was /nßt By Supernatural Force^^H Make Attack On Mussolini I SflC I*'* from I fictitious turned out j the Ob- » Harvliiosi. j Ca and tan he count the Mer* COST OF FREE HIGHER EDUCATION BROUGHT DEBATE IN LEGISLATURE | - AND CHARGES OF DISCRIMINATION AGED DOCTOR D1RD WITHOUT HIS COVETED RE ENTRY TO PROFESSION Hon. Miss Gibson Was Mentally 111 m England Before Going to Rome; Is Now Held in Isolated Cell in Female Prison; Meanwhile Incident Has Made Mussolini Super-hero to His Faithful Followers and Himself »1 Ship- j made from    _ Í    Secondary    Education    in    Suburban    Municipalities    Has    to    Be «ab no by that that the fra» ©quali} tly bc«*n h 1 tdlk tn un ad vantale permutili« ken red kind li ad noi ut auy j were de»- i finali}. AI re»» office ! f ©abbagt*» runk lumi» from New ! but wtre, tom» men t Free But Someone Must Pay for it and Provincial Government Not Disposed to Pay More Out on Situation That Looks Dark Enough; Premier Bracken Set Forth Government's Policy and Was Criticised Generously ✓ Mg MIN RE» OF - / DERATION PROPOSALS ■*H OWNERS V X* as] BUS -The exe-’ Federa-' reject mine •x>mmend ( "the lu i khi- Ktreal and ed SUtCb. B Of whiskey Id had »©ized Hag back a» Operated on rheu “coast” London, cutive of th tion today d ^ the proposals < owners. It wiiv to the delegate conference which meets here tomorrow that a firm stand be taken against the district settlements and wage reductions proposed. g «SI [ER HERE ÜSOON •L.A., leader j in Mani- j ing Conner This was of the club i end it was j Boa u hier * evening. CANADA FREED SLAYER BUT U.S. ARRESTED HIM Detroit. April 8.—John Hogue, alias James Steward, alias James Gordon, pardoned murderer from Kingston, Ont., penitentiary, professed complete astonishment when given over j turned over to Battle Creek police by ion on Ontario officers. The transfer was made on a Detroit-bound car ferry fi <m> vVtttdsot* Hogue declared His rearrest an unexpected and unpleasant development. Sheriff George Colby charges he blew a safe in that city in March, 1916. and escaped after a cnase which led to Toledo and Detroit. Winnipeg, April 8.-—(Special to The Sun). Premier John Bracken set forth ttie government’s policy in re-apect of secondary education in suburban municipalities that arc* being administered by the Winnipeg suburban board in the legislature yesterday. It is one that evoked no ecstatic expressions of admiration from members of the opposition. For instance. Joseph Bernier, St. Boniface, described it as "patchy” and “piecemeal work.” C. A. Tanner, labor, said a retrograde step was being taken. Illegal interference was alleged by W. Sanford Evans, conservativ«*, and S. J. Farmer accused the government of having too tight a hold of the public purse strings, tin* principle adopt«»d f 'being undemocratic and unprogressive. Speaking on the motion for second reading of the bill to amend the Public Schools act. by authorizing tlio municipalities concerned to charge a fee from pupils for secondary education, Premier Bracken candidly stat-♦•<1 that the government had decided to stop guaranteeing the costs of secondary education in these municipalities. and intendi'd to adhere to that decision for the present at any rate. It was necessary that such action j should be taken he claimed, as the, government had been guaranteeing overdrafts and then ment in the situation was getting worse. There would bo no change in the policy of inaintain- Rome, April 8.—Mis* Violet Alhitii Gibson made her attempt a era ins! the lif«* of Premier MilHNOlini yesterday because she felt itn I elled by a “supernatural force entrusting her with a lofty mission. She has made this statement in reply to the questions of the crown prosecutor Miss Gibson, handcuffed, has been lodged in a woman s prison. l.oudou April    God    forgive.!    she    ,s k,'l*t 1,1 an 'S1»1«'«’'! wll: for myself. I iorglvt*. m \ hope to be! Violet Gibson was born in Da I key, Ireland, in February, I87.t, forgiven.” declared » message left by I From her earliest days she was intensely religious and her only Other Dr. J. F Axliani, who died today at ¡interest was in politics. Early last year she attempted suicide, de the age ot 86. He left it for pttblica-, blaring she intended to sacrifice herself t«>r the glory of Ood. She tion upon his death.    ‘    *    ** Fifteen years ago Dr \xhani was * VVH8    *n    an    «K.v*um    hy    force,    hut    was    released    in    time    f«*r    her struck oil th«* roll by the general medi-> make a trip to Rome tor holy week in ItlJn. cal council because of "infamous, eou duet in a professional aspect.” Dr. Ax ham has acted as an anaesthetist ¿or Dr. Herbert Barker (now Sir Herbert Barker», a specialist In tXMmlpula-tivo surgery For years he petitioned for reinstatement and the council was to consider his case at the annual meeting n«*xt June. EARL OF CAVAN TO SUCCEED LORD BYNG SAYS LONDON GRAPHIC Mails to Red Lake Ottawa. .April N.—A temporary mail service to the lied Lake district, the new mining prospect in northern Ontario which has aroused such intense interest, has been established hy the Dominion postal officials. A dog team! will deliver the mall every second j week. Consideration is being given to] plans for a regular permanent service.! London. April 8.—The Daily Graphic, independent, says it tias excellent reasons for believing the Earl of Cavan, former chi«*f of the imperial general staff, will succeed Lord Byng as governor general of Canada upon the expiration of Lord Byng’s term of office, at Ottawa in August. He was A. D.C. to Lord Stanley of Preston when latter was governor general of Canada. 1888-93. He is in 62nd year. T NEW TAX BUDGET OF FRANCE IS SERIOUS BURDEN ON PEOPLE AND TROUBLE NOT YET ENDED STILL I LOWER FREIGHT RATE ON COAL 9 was no improve- Conference of Boards of Trade to l)e USGd t0 pfty interest ou the crush-ion. which indeed ^onIer®nca J50*™8 _iraae 10 Singly heavy internal debt and for for- Paris. April 8.—Passage of the new* tax laws places a formidable physical burden on France. A population of 40.000,000 will pay this year 50,000,-000,000 francs in taxes—40,000.000,000 for the national budget and 10,000,-000,000 for departmental and communal budgets. Even so. France’s financial troubles are not terminated, for two-fifths of the tax receipts will Kerr out-$y the «li COUld HUC- tram. Be Called on Question HQggB Shortly BUBI eign debts »till unconsolidated. Theoretically, the national budget shows a surplus of 250,000,000 fraucs. jTANKS I California Spreads U April *.~ rer hurriedly brougtot arm «»f th«* here, today efforts to age under-ignited by sday. t into the ail are be-already the fire morning, it each hav-barrcU. tanka, im-enguged re forced lug primary schools and seeing, that all children got a good elementary { A < ou f ©react* "jf Vjurds qi trade of education, but in the case of the sec- Winnipeg, Regina, Moose Jaw and oudary schools in questions charging Estevan with the Brandon board of of fees would be made permissible trade, mine operators and other in-in the hope of the Echools being kept terest«*d parties with a view to ap-open.    preaching the Canadian Pacific and Someone Must Pay    Canadian National railways for a low- The    premier declar«*d    thai    either    er freight rate on lignite coal shipped Hogee was arrested three months    ^e0p|e    must p^y themselves for from the Souris valley coal field, will later in Winnipeg, and while en    secondary education of their chil-    be called shortly, route to Windsor shot and killed His jdren. the city of Winnipeg must be i Following a report made by Clar-escort, Marshall Jackson, a Canadian (aiiked to pay or the province must enee King, who attended a meeting immigration officer. Hogue was ar- ¡pay. The government «lid not see fit in Winnipeg this week to talk over rested three days later in Windsor, |to enforce a metropolitan school sys- the situation, a resolution was passed tried for murder, convicted and sen- tem on Winnipeg, nor did it see fit by the council of the board of trade tenced to hang early in 1917. His to make the province as a whole pay here Wednesday night. This resolu-    _ sentence was commuted to life im- for secondary education in these mu- tion calls for a discussion among the ji4te finishes consideration of this part prisonment at the last moment. ' nieipulities. Some day it might be boards interested with the coal oper- °f_the budget. While Hogue’s cischarge from necessary to take such action but the a tors, and an effort will be mad« Mussolini Still Himself Rome. April 8.* Premier Mussolini, who yesterday «»scaped assiiaKination at th«» hands of the Honorable Violet Gibson, sister of the Irish nobleman. Baron Ashbourne, passe«! au excellent night, and left this morning for Tri poii Joy mingled with indignation is voiced by the Roman press over yes terday’s tragic ineid«*nt joy at th«* premier’s escape an«l indignation over tne attack on him Throughout the country processions    formed an«l th«* escape of the premier was acclaimed. Bells were rung, solemn t«* drums were sung. The attack of the Irish woman on the premier, it is !»«*-Ii« ve«L will b«^ <*ertain to uiak«* a martyr of a man already hailed as an iiiol. “I have chosen as the slogan of my life—”Live in danger and I suy as an old fighter:    when    I advance, follow me; when I retreat, kill me; should I die, avenge me.” Thus Mussolini ended an aiidress to the new* directorate of the fascist party only a few* hours after he had been shot through the nose. Lesser Reflexes Vienna, April s.- A do» put oh from Padua, Italy, says that Fascist stu-d«*nts in the Padua university this morning attu;ked and badly mauled their foreign fellow* student», demanding their Immikiiate expulsion from the university and from Italy. Tin* Milan Popolo DTtalla today ascribes the attack ag.iinst the lif«* of Premier Mussolini as the r«*sult of an international Masonic campaign against Jthe Italian premier and fascis-mo. “But while God has saved the pr»cto«f^ life of the proroijyr. he him- bui virtuallyuhere will probably lie, .tl . u  _.    i~l    lK.    ^ a deficit of about 2.000.000,000 fttutcs.    ^ The estimated receipts i$eera 4;oo high and the estimated expenditures too low. Last year there w»as also a theoretical credit balance in tl^e budget, but the end of the year showed a deficit of nearly 2,000,000.000 francs due to faulty estimates* TOe current expenditure» budget was established when franc exchange was 105 to th«» pound sterling; now the franc is 140 to the pound. This and other factors will doubtless cause eign plot against this cortntrÿ.” the paper adds. RIVER LEVEL HAS NOT CHANGED IN THE PAST WEEK considerable Increases in the estimates of expenditures before the sen-;But Ice Lifts and Water Condi- Kingston is considered unusual by Canadian police, it was not unexpected by Windsor defectives, who were told frequently by returning prisoners that Hogue had boasted to them that he would be out before 10 years of his life term had expired. tions Getting Back to Normal Although th«* river ros«* rapidly last  ___         _    _    to    j    The    new    tax    laws    were    passed    by government was not prepared at pres- secure a lower rate on lignite coal, |a minority of the chamber of dep- ent to adopt such a radical course. an«I failing this to carry th«* case be- »ties. There were 236 who vote«l in    .    . remained tin favor of the bills and 141 against    the    level    has remained un them, but 147 refrained from voting    changed    this    week. Measurements and there were fifty    absences. Only    ani taken «hilly at the waterworks Progress on the booklet to be is- the disinclination of    ex-Premier Her-    .^‘’’Inera^reak-un riot and his radical    followers to as-    expected    tinjl    m< m n«.ral hnakup sume power with a treasury crisis in of iro *n t}ie riv,,r occurs. The WILL ENCOURAGE YOUNG EXHIBITORS AT SUMNER FAIR Jie    urged that th«* question    should    fore    the    railway commissioners    on not    be made a political on«».    .their    trip    to western Canada. W. C. McKinnell, Rockwood, chair-(    Booklet Work Proceeds man of the suburban municipal board. agreed that it was unjust to    saddle    sued    for    this city was reported and the    province with the cost of sec-    it is    expected that the copy, will    be ~— -  -------  -    -    -—- .    ,    llllt    ,    f    olif ondar>* education in Winnipeg sub-»ready for the publishers within the (Perspective is keeping the Briand « urbs and toe expressed the opinion next* ten days. A recommendation government in office MeanwTiile the a H‘‘wfiVor t»l0 rjH(> in the river level that secondary education should be that 20,000 copies be run off this year ¡chamber lias adjourned to April    .    t    ,    ptMm«1v    in    the    clearing available only for those who by th«»ir has bt»eu made, Uie cost to be borne business people throughout f ram e    •    f    rondition    of    city attainments, qualified for it or those by the board of trade and city coun-jI,reaHle a °f r^bef.    p    f whose parents could afford to pay for it. Discrimination of Benefits mts eon- Ulifford Barclay. Springfield, claim-j The annual drive for members by ed that under the present system the the board of trade will be held on special privilege of secondary educa- Tuesday, May 24, according to a de ^    ____________ water. Robert Macfarlane reported 1 An    i11 Ctfnira ,    e ,roIn    »obuttw    A1>r,    today that the condition of the water two bodies    lias been at    work for soaie    ASSAULT    CHARGES    ARE    is practically normal again. Ttie time on the project.    ALL    DISMISSED WHEN [same condition existed in Portage for BROUGHT UP TODAY several days, so that the situation  __ | was not peculiar to this city. were uot QjJf Competition Somewhat Sim-ition was being given to ttoose who cisiou reached by the council of the Four cases of assault growing out of blazing    ^    Winter    Event, Plan- iby their location could take ad van- board of trade last niglit. The resolu-¡a charge under the Manitoba Tem- lous. rap-the tank *re a ban-word was »truck two at an ned for Fair lage of it. children in many parts of the province having no chance at all to share in the benefits. The whole In order to interest livestock Li ^ eduoational system required revision t»rs in the provincial exhibition, a I ^|^jj a View to more equitable distri-class has been cr«»at«»d in the pnzelist lbutjon 0f opportunities and burdens. », ami j this year tor a calf competition, ybis | following a statement by Attomey- that field, ¡dairy calf ccunpetition is opened to General Craig that exemption of be- boys and girls in Manitoba and bas-    .    —---- #    .    quests to charitable institutions would „ WiUiaui' kstcheVan, th.- calf to 1m> of the    ; b(> considered later. W. Sanford Eians Md today endar year, sired by a registeredbull )withdrew an amendment to the bill the large    and consist of    Holstein*. Ayrshire».    exempts    bequests    to    hospitals the Union    Guernseys and    Jersey breeds.    11 from the    succession    duties    tax.    and home, near prizes aggregating ti'.Oo are being <>'- j ^at ,he measure was given third the Union fered by the fair board, so that the J reading was blown initial competition sJiotild be a popu-    '------ reservoirs ^.This event has been has been a fea- NpW ISOLATION daugh- ture at fairs in Calgary and Bdmoa- »Vf UVW11IUH ■lightly j ton. it was stated today, and the im-i mense popularity of the fat calf com- j „ rauch-    petition in the    winter fair, lias    led , head of t local directors    to believe that    the. escape] event will be just as popular at the j farms \ summer exhibition were be- i HOSPITAL NEEDED AT PRESENT TIME J E. Rettie. secretary of the fair, i    a- l* sit present in Edmonton, attending Committee Prom City Council m meeting of the Western Canada    Hospital    Board    to Discuss it {¡«gfrs association. which ho is president this year. I «TOWERS AND    ’ The wr*enf ueed ^ * aew »solution APRIL    i hospital will be a subject for a meet- I Totto^r), HEAVY THUNDERSTUKm    |iag between two special committees iri^hav^^^ jjj gOUTH OF ENGLAND j from the city council and hospital tion asking the federal government j Parante act were ali dismissed In the fo open the immigration «Hall here, police court this morning after a sponsored by the city council, wae ! somewhat lengthy hearing. North TWO YOUNG CHILDREN DIE IN FIRE AFTER COAL OIL EXPLOSION endorsed by the board. PRIVAIT CAPITAL IN SOVIET STATE side residents were Interested in the charges and there was a packed court room. The fifth member, fvho pleaded not guilty to being drunk, was fined $10 and coat« when it was proven to the magistrate’s satisfaction that he reaLly had been intoxicated when he arrived at the police station to prefer his charges of assault against the Russian Industrial Projects Gan-1 parties appearing today not Function Under Nation-    —-- alisation Fetish    1    Little Weather Change Winnipeg, April 8.—Trapped in their home when fire followed an explosion of coal oil used in lighting a kitchen range, two young children of Magloire 8t. Vincent were burned to death today. The victims were a five-year-old boy and a nine-months-old baby. St. Vincent, who was attempting to ligtot the fire with coal oil, was severely injured when flaming oil covered his clothing, but he made a Fair and cold with not much change ¡valiant attempt to rescue his children. The soviet state temperature is th© weather pre-jjjfe wife, six other children and three Moscow, April 8.        . proposes to depart from its previous 'dieted for Frida}- For the second ppsts escaped without injury. sund and h.-nct-forih will enlist pTi-1 night in succession the lowest tetn-l      . vate capital in the Mute industries, ^«turelast ntght was It »bovezer.,.' PROVINCIAL ELECTION •This departure is symptomatic of an l^he hirfiert temperatureo* Wednes-    (jqjjg    jjj    ONTARIO existing economic crisis,” Emmanuel 15>?y *as 36 above. While slightly*    mil WBU, « wiaww Quirring, vice-chairman of the supreme, economic council, declared. Private industrialists, he added, must be given the privilege of importing tHachinery and raw* materials with which to establish factories, and supply the needs of the peasants for manufactured articles, which the state at present was unable to do. BEFORE NEXT SESSION higher temperatures prevailed in Alberta during the past twenty-four hours, cold winds and lolrer tempera-! Toronto, April 8.—The third session tures were general |n Manitoba and IqJ the sixteenth legislature of Ontario Saskatchewan. It was zero at Rue-!was prorogued this afternoon by his sell, Meffort and Kamsack, and two ¡honor the lieutenant governor, Harry above at Regina, Yorkton and Qu’Ap-fCockshutt. The session lasted eight pelle.    weeks. There have been prophecies -——    ¡that it will be the last session of Elllett to    Take teat    ^his legislature and that the govern _    laagow    Infloeniui    ©pMewk' ¿how« Ikttlo sign» of abatement tHonett the disease appear* It» be of a mild«*r form that at the drat of the outbreak The number admitted to th«* ho*pM*ii i averages 30 a day. The organised at Holsts of the United State» are planning » m*riea of legal attacks upon ««cele* la »tie ism »eeording <o the n*»octetion for the »«Dance* ment of atheism. When Niagara Fall*. N Y., poti«»* went to a betel room to arrest William Bmid of 8t. f’athartn»**. Ont.» the* found him d«*ad in b»*«l The warrant was on » charge of abandoning hL wife Death wa* due to heart dlsea»*v Navigation opened in Toronto her bor with tha arrival yesterday of th** Halbousic Pity, after a three-hour anil seros» th«* lake from Tort Dalhoo»ic Soltur«* of an aldermanlc candidate » dopo»it of $5<>o fu th«» hands of th« city clerk was made at Montreal on u judgment against Chicar Oignac Following ail appeal for eggs for the Herefordshire, läng., general hospital, moro than 10,000 arare received Hharehohl«»r» of the Alberta Paeifh* Grain company unanimously ratified the »ale of the assets of the company to the Royal HecurlU©* corporation of Montreal. Arms are concealed just as much as legs are revealed in th© latest modes as displayed at the Long champs ra«*«» tracks grand opening near Paris. A torja*«!«) which* guided by wire less, eau strike a elty 100 miles away, is the latent weapon acquired by the British government The missile, w ith small wings Ilk* a miniature air plane, can be guided from the ground With two money packages containing $1.000 and $500 missing, provin cial police and post office officials ar** investigating what Is believed to hav«* l»e«*n a mysterious robbery of th© post office lit Goodeve. northwest of Melville, Sask. Striking the eross on the top of the Sacred Heart Convent. Point Grey. H.C., a flash of lightning shook the greet stone structure to Its foundations and did considerable damage. The Saskatchewan dairy pool was incorporated under th# Provincial Ag i icuKural Co-operative Marketing act adopted at the last session of the legislature. For the tirsi lime since th«* Great war genuino Prussian colors flew over th© Wilhelm»trasse in observance ot the sixtieth anniversary of Von Hin denburg’s entrane* Into German military servie«*. To give him more time for church army work Prebendary Carlisle, who \y 80, has resigned the living t*f Ht Mary-at-Hi II, Monument London. Eng Th«> machino shop and outhouse at ihe Manitoba Rolling Milbt at 8«dkirk w«*ro completely destroyed by fire. Winnipeg will b«; able to speak over the phono to Fort William and Port Arthur from May I on J. E Lowry, «ommiasloner of Manitoba Gove rumen Telephones, announced. Dr. Ralph Joseph Horner, who since 1909 has been an outstanding figure in Winnipeg musical circles, died yesterday aft«*r an illness of nearly a year. at Klk-trip tot laondou. April 8 — The unusually i brilliant E«»ter weather came to an * ii-nd yeateftisy evening in London with • *wm*ia heavy thunderatorm. A thunderbolt ikButahed 2®® windows in the residence *nL . district of Palmer's Green, no-j location of the new building, te “Bth-lJ^:, WM hurt, however.    1 There are proposals to erect a new Dowie. 5 Drought to the south of England,; building close enough to the present ‘which bad lasted 46 days, was broken hospital buildings that will enable board ou Monday afternoon. The meeting has been called and it is understood that the ground near the present general hospital toas been gone over with n view to certain recommendations being made for the the ■ fee by rain last night and as a result the farmers and gardeners in that part of the country are rejoicing today. water, sewer and heat connections being made. Just bob the cost of the betiding will be borne will be one of the matter» taken up. m TO SIND HANDWRITING AND PHOTOGRAPHS IV RADIO WITHIN MONTH Newark. N.J., April invention which will make possible the radio transmission of handwriting, photographs and signatures has been perfected by Captain H. Ranger, of this city. It is proposed to establish such a commercial service on May 1. ■ Ottawa, April 8 —Hon. J. C Elliott, newly appointed minister of labor, will probably take his seat in the ikouse on Monday next. The writ showing the return of Mr. Elliott as the duly elected member at the recent by-election in West Middlesex is ¡expected to reach the hands of the chief electoral officer here some time tomorrow. |ment will go to the electors during the Still It loti ft* in Calcutta Calcutta, April 8.—Further rioting between the Hindus and Moslems occurred here today. Four persons were killed and ten Injured, French Minister Resign* H Paris, April 8.—The semf-offici*!^ Havas agency says that Louis Malvyj has resigned as minister of interior because of ill health. Official announcement of his withdrawal from the cabinet is expected this evening.l A statue of a horse, in memory of| the horses killed in action during the war. Is to be placed in the church of at Jude-on-tho-Hili, Hampstead Garde« Mur % b.    ■ Fir© which broke <»ut in tli«s uorti» wing of th© Banff Bprings hotel wan brought under control after it ba«i destroyed the wing and done consider able damage to the central section oi the structure. Detall» of th© operations of a ruau describi d as the “biggest narcollt smuggler on the Norih American ©entinen t” who is stlll uucaught, were describi d by 1LC.M.P. witnesses b«-fore the customs probo at Ottawa. Harness racing at River Park, Win ill peg. on May 22 and 24 is to be per milted at a license fee of flOO a da>. instead of the statutory $500, accord ing to a decision of the civic health committee. Through the British foreign offa ♦* authorities are being invited to send representatives to Leipzig to Investigate a remedy for tuberculosis by collaborators of the late Prof. Ruppoii, of Germany. Inter-city motor buses have been forbidden to stop in Zion Cky, III. ¡Sunday's to take on or discharg« passengers. The Honorable Violet Gibson* daughter of the late Lord Ash burn*-, who shot Premier Mussolini of Italy in an attempt to assassinate him. was an inmate of an insane asylum in England before going to Home for holy week. William Toole, the man who is given credit for making pansy blossom» th* glory Of thousands of American flower gardens, died at Bara boo, Wi»., at the age of 84. All-Chicago Kiwaois club plans to give an emblem to each girl whose skirt hangs not less than 12 inches from the ground. Prices ranging from $15.000 for au all-American Holstein bull to $1,500 for an average Holstein cow were paid during the first day of Clark e Holstein sale in Chicago. The trial of (Mrs. William Kos sa k on a charge of murdering her two smaH children. Michael and John, at Argolla, Ont. on My ML 1985. was commenced. Spring floods ar* threatening sever*! state* in th* middle west. Residents of many lowland sections in minois and Indian* ar* Rasing to high levels.    , V \ ;
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