Upper Alton Principal
riLLED THE BILL _ NEW PRINCIPAL COMES AC MADBitrn i AS MARRIED MAN It. \V. Hush WHS Engaged us Upper Alton High Hclmnl Principal on Supposition Ho Una n Wife. II. W. Hush, the recently elected principal of the Upper Alton Hl«"h school, will arrive tonight or tomorrow, tomorrow, bringing with him a bride. His home Is in Ypsllantl. Mich. When he was elected as principal th,e members of the Upper Alton board of education close him believing he was r,- married man, ns they preferred preferred a married man In the position of principal. He was riot married at the time, but if evidence that came In (his morning can be believed, Mr. Bush has made good and will fill the bill ull right. A trunk covered covered with red hearts and some signs bearing inscriptions that denoted the trunk to belong to newlyweds, arrived. The only moans of iden- j tifylng it was a lead pencil inscription inscription In small letters on one of the hearts which said "Bush and Smith". The bride's name Is evidently Srnilth. | No one in Upper Alton knows r.ny- I thing about tbe wedding, nor did the j ineiiibers of the school board know ' he was a new benedict. So far as j <jould be learned, 1'e has not engag- ! ed a house, but will get one when he comes in.