arrival thawed ont flavor be kept time. ex- men country strike somewhere number increases dozen at in almost outlook the THE WORK OF DEATH. MRS. COLUMBUS O'DOKNKLL. Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell died Sunday Sunday afternoon at the Masoonomo Manchester, Mais. She was stricken with paralysis five days ago. Mrs. Carolina Jenkins O'Donnell was the daughter of the late Mr. Courtney Jenkins, of Baltimore. She was married married at the early age of 17 or 18 Mr. Columbus O'Donnell, of Baltimore, who died when only 30 years old. Mrs. O'Donnell was a talented and beautiful woman, prominent in social life and a member of ihe Colonial Dames of America. She spent much her time at Mt. O'Donnel, Petersville, this county, the home of her son, Columbus Columbus O'Donnell, who died about a year ago. She had four children, but the only living one is Mrs. Nora Hinkley, of Waashington. The remains of Mrs. O'Donnell were brought to Baltimore this morning taken at oaoe to the Cathedral, where requiem mass was celebrated. Interment Interment was made In Bonnie Brae cemetery.