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Pre ISiitltito 3ultj -eagle: jStmdag Blaruiug 2peerolirev 16, 1394.
UxYDEE THE WHEELS
WILLIAM STAHL HAS A LEG COM
lie Hopped on a Moving Sauta Fe
Train and Missing liis Footing lie
Tell Under tha Vi'ltcels Lower Limb
Horribly Torn Amputation Neces
sary to Save His Life.
Three persons hve had legs torn off by
railwajs during the week jut closed.
Lhsl evening anotner victim was added
Jo tUe lial iu tlie peison of William Staliir,
ayouugmau frouiStauiou, 111.
For the past three week-i St'ihle has been
iu town iiud kept himself principally
about livery stables. Night before last he
was arrested by the police under the v
crancy ordinance and locked up iu Jul.
leieiduy morning ha told a pretty
htraiyht story to the police and before the
judge arrived he was released on promise
that he would leave town the first oppor
tunity that presented itself.
When t be Santa Fe train was puliins
out of the yards lust night he was t-een
near the freight lt-pot with a boarl in his
bund and after the train hud p-isped he
whs seen on the track in a pool t-f blood.
Raiirotid men ran towrds him thinking
that he wa- dead, but it was soon lu-cer
tniued that he was alive, but his bleeding
limb was lying near by completely s-eveted
a few inches below the knee. It was a
ghaMly sight to see him and one that
called for more than ordinary nerve. The
ci'y ambulance was calledaud he wi con
veyed to the city hospital and Dr. Hoffman,
the city piiysiciait, and Dr. Purdee. a
member ot the staff, called. After a short
con -u I at ion Dr. Hiffinau took the knife
Hud the limb was cut off above the knee.
It ws the first thigh amputation the doc
tor ever had audjit was a very successful
Staid is about 23 years of age. Ho Btid
he had iirothem living at Stanton, III.,
I ut rque-Ud for some r?n-ou that they
be not uoulitd. He evidently did not
want them to at-certain that hu hud been
betting hi- way.
From what can be gathered of the fact,
he was vid-nlly trying to board tho blind
bngjjiige of tbe train lo.steal a iidu, missed
his iootiug and fell under tho wheels.
Church of Christ (Scientist) Serv
ices as usual at 11 o'clock in the hall
southwest corner of Market and First
streets. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Bible study Thuisday at 2:30 p. in. All
Brown Memorial Reformed church,
corner of Topeka avenue and Lewis
street. Services by the pastor, Bruco
Griffith, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject of morning discourse: "Christian
ity, the life-preserving and life-giving
Power of the race." Sunday school at
'J-AZ a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at C:30 p. m.
First Unitarian church. Unity chapel
(old Episcopal church) Lawrence ave
nue Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday
school following set vice and TJnity
guild at 1 p. m. Rev. W. S. Vail will
preach Sunday morning on "What of
the notices. "Get Right With God?' "
All are welcome.
Pastor Sims welcomes you to the
Central Lord's day. Morning theme,
"Lst in Adam, restored in Christ.,,
Evening subject, "Reconciled to God
How?" Services at 10:45 and 7:30.
Baptism administered at the evening
s rvice. Come.
Central Baptist church, Garfield hall,
corner First and Water street Reg
ular nroaching services at 10:J0 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.t L. A. Hall preaching
morning. Theme: "The importance or
a Good Church Home." Sunday school
nt 12 m. Junior union at 3 p. m. B. Y.
P. W. at G-15. Reception of members
at the morning service. E. B. AVal
St, John's church No services morn
ing or evening, as the church is being
ceiled. The Sunday school will also
be suspended until further notice. The
clficers and teachers are requested to
meet in the vestry room this morning
at the usual hour for Sunday school.
United Brethren church, Washington
avenue, one block south of East Doug
las avenue, Re'. S. W. Koontz, pastor
Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Mrs. M.
A. Clark, superintendent. Young peo
ple's meeting at C:30 p. in.. Miss Dora
Freeman, leader; Ivate Koontz, presi
dent. oi rit ek; i-,i.i:.Tr:u.
At the meeting, Wednesday, of the
new board of directors of lite Crystal
Ice company, the following onlcers
were chosen for the next year:
President W. R. Tucker.
Vice president W. W. Pearce.
Secretary J. M. Moore.
Treasurer Arthur Faulkner.
General Manager E. R. Powell.
The plant is being thoroughly over
hauled a number of improvements
made and new machinery added pre
paratory to next season's business.
The past season's business was very
satisfactory to the company.
MUSI0 AND DRAMA.
CKAWF015D ALL NLXT WEEK.
No o m ly ever before the people ha?
hail quite the success than lias ''An Ameri
can l"lero,"imd no one could portray this
jole to the more complete satisfa' tion of a
fun loving audience than Miis Phelps and
Mr. helitti, who will he here at the
Crawford all next week. Miss Phelps'
sintriiiL'iiiK! danclt'earea oleaing surprise.
Mr. Whelan. a- D:cke D o He. .in Ameri
c.in Hero, has ui'v-rt.iled to make a hit
and bold it. His specialties r really
fuperior. Chns. Brunell, Daniel McCoy
and Sadi Stockton arc all worthy ot
Any lady will he Admitted free Monday
right :f accompanied by one ptid 20 cent
Through your paper we wish to ten
der our most heartfelt thanks to all
friends, and also the lodge of which
she was a member, who so kindly as
Fisted us during the brief illness and
death of our mother.
mrs. c. e. renfrow.
a. l. Mcdonald,
r. g. Mcdonald,
l. m. Mcdonald.
THANKS 1 OR DONATIONS.
The board of directors of the Wichita
Childrens home desire to acknowledge
their gratitude to a generous public
for the kind and substantial donations
received on Thanksgiving.
An itemized list of donations and do
nors was prepared but owing to its
length room could not be found for
publication. We feel that the donation
Trorn the First M. E. church Sunday
school, Harry street Sundav school,
the Business colleges and the public
schools merit and should receive spec
ial notice. Also a larg number of
friends who assisted in c n .ying do-
S EXPECTANT s&. fit
That our Trcndfrful remedy "liOTFntsS.
FIUFNTV which msle chi J :nh ea.y n'i
6- Hthin ...t. rvirh of a!l harp wCfd ih ft
fc rrlce to ne Dollar per bottle Bevr&re of jfc
(fr frauds counterfeits and substitutes.
TAKE NOTHING BUT
. . . SOLD 11 V ALL PUrCGlSTS. . . . g
riTWr'ffl for ik TO MOTHFTS" naHrd S
jg. bole Proprietor. Atlanta. C:. Jj
nations to the home are entitled to
Trusting that He who sees in secret
will reward you all openly.
Tours in behalf of the Board.
CLARA H. TOWNSEND.
JOINING THE BENEDICTS.
Captain "W. T. Burgess, it is announc
ed, will, on next Wednesday, lead to
the altar one of fairest daughters of
Sumner county, a Miss Rockford, who
is reputed to be a young lady of culture
and refinement, besides being a pro
nounced belle. Miss Rockford is the
daughter of one of the prominent far
mers in the vicinity of Perth. After
the ceremony they will take a honey
moon tour to SL Louis and other
points and will then return to remain a
few days at the bride's home after
which they will make their home in
A EOU5EHOLD TBEASUBE.
D. W. Fuller, of Cauji.harie, X. Y,
stys that he always keeps Dr. King-' New
Di-covery in the houe and his family has
always found the very best results follow
its u-e; that be would not be without it, if
procurable G. A. Dykeman Druutris.
Catskill, X. Y , s.ivs that Dr. King-' New
Discover- is undoubtedly the let Cough
remedy; that he had used it in his family
for eight yearj, and it has never failrd to
do all it is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so lorn: tiitd Hnd tested. Trial
bottles free at Charles Lawrence's and G
Gehring's drug store. Regul.tr siza 50
cents wud $1.00.
LIKE COOINO DOTES NOW,
Beautiful Mrs. Vanderbilt and Hor
band Living- at Peace.
New York, Dec. 15. Newspapers and
society gossips are busy with the af
fairs of Mr. and Mrs. AY. K. Vander
bilt, his return to New York having
given fresh impetus to the tales of
their martial infelicities. Today it is
published that the couple have settled
their differences and that there is
peace in the fawily. Accarding to
this publication, "it is said on the best
of authority that W. K. Vanderbilt is
on the best of terms now with his wife
and is with her at her residence. No.
CGI Fifth avenue. It is said today at
the house that Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Vanderbilt were guests at a luncheon
given by Mrs. W. H. Vanberbilt."
The society reporter who makes this
announcement furtherstates in justi
fication that "the statement made by
bomesties at the hesibence of the W.
H. Vanderbilts and also W. K. Vander
bilts confirmed these reports." As
for the seal of regularity to this story
by the principals themselves, this is
missing. Neither would the ever-willing
Mr. Depew talk about it. This
can be said, however: W. K. Vander
bilt is not accessible on the matter of
his rumored divorce from his wife. Mr.
Vanderbilt spent the night after his ar
rival In the city at the home of his
mother, Mrs. "William H Vanderbilt,
Fifth avenue, and at 11 o'clock went
to his oifice at the Grand Central
depot, where he had a conference with
Chauncey M. Depew, who said after
wards: "I am Mr. Vanderbilt's counsel
and am not at liberty to say anything."
Mr. Depew did say, however, that Mr.
Vanderbilt was staying at his mother's
and that Mrs. Vanderbilt was at "her
own home." Colonel Willi'tm Jay
caught himself in the admission that
Mr. Vanderbilt is his client and took
it back. He said, referring to Mr.
Vanderbilt, that he "never discussed a
KOMANCE OF A THEATRE.
New York, Dec. 15. The resignation
of Miss May Young from Daly's com
pany is part of a romance that had
its beginning last March in London.
While the company was playing there
Miss Young, who is ouly 13 years of age
was married to John D. Craig, one of
leading men of the company. It is one
of Mr. Daly's rules that a man and wife
shall not belong to his company. For
this reason the marriage was kept a
secret until last week, when Mr. Craig
told Mr. Daly of the marriage. Craig
at the time was playing Orsino in the
"Twelfth Night." Mr. Daly was an
gry, withdrew Craig and substituted
Frank Carlisle, but allowed Mrs. Craig
to retain her place. Monday he put
Craig back in his place and withdrew
Mrs. Craig. Tonight she resigned.
THEY USED COFFINS TWICE.
Grand Haven, Mich., Dec. 13. Ac
cording to the word of a Chicago de
tective who recently visited near hear,
a firm of Chicago undertakers for sev
eral years has been digging up coffins
in which it buried bodies in Michigan,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois and other
western states and using them again
in the business or shipping them east
to other firms. It apears that agents
of the firm have gone through the
country graveyards in which it has
made interments, dug up these graves,
broken open the coffins, returned the
bodies to the graves, and refilled them.
They did not forget to remove any jew
elry or other valuables. Then they
carted the coffins off to be shipped to
Chicago under fictitious names. The
officers are said to be on the track of
some of these agents.
HOEROKS still, greater.
lurks See How Many Children They
Can KM With Ono Bullet.
Boston, Mass., Dec 15. The follow
ing is an extract from a letter received
in this city from an American residing
in Erzerum, in the province of Sassoun,
where the recent Turkish atrocities
against Christian Armenians are re
ported to have occurred. For obvious
reasons the names of the writer and re
cipient are withheld:
Last year the Talvorig Armenians re
sisted the attack of the neighboring
Kurds, and this year the Turkish Gov
ernment sent detachments of regular
soldiers to put down the Armenians.
They were assisted by the Kurdish
Hamedish. The Armenians were at
tacked in their mountain fastness and.
reduced by the failure of supplies and
ammunition they were fiually unable to
A score of villages were obliterated
and many people slaughtered, A num
ber of young Armenians were oound,
covered with brush, and burned alive.
Others pleaded for mercy, but were shot
down on the spot, while others were
dispatched with the bayonet and sword
One hundred women were shut up in
a church. Many were outraged to
death and the remainder dispatched
with a sword. Another lot of women
was captured as spoils of war. Two
stories are told as to their disposal.
One is that they were carried off to
Moslem harems and another that they
were slaughtered on refusing to go.
Children were placed in line, apparent
ly to see how many could be killed with
one bullet. Many children were be
headed and inmates of burning
houses driven back into the flames at
the point of the bayonet as they tried
Estimates vary from 3,000 to S.CKW as
to the number massacreed. Some esti
mates place the number at even
twice as high. The massacre happen
ed in August and September and were
perpetrated by soldiery under officers
of high rank. This gives the affair
a most serious aspect. A christian
does not enjoy the respect given to
street dogs, and if this massacre is
iased over it will simply be a decla
ration of the doom of Armenian Chris
tianity. FKAKER IN ST. LOOTS.
Knnsns Citv, Mo, DrC 13 The chief
point of interest in the Frkcr in-urance
uinl today was tHe testimony of Dr. nud
Mrs .Van Tas.d of St- Louis, who ttilied
( that on July 14. 1S93, they saw ur. r nher
t in the I. ins n-iiflii den t. Tbi w-.
i T ur dsy ;tfier the drowning is said to j
! have oci urred
SATER CKAEGES FRAUD.
Chicago, Dec 15. Judge Dunn has
issued a capias for the arrest of Clem
ent L. Eaton, a mortgage broker.
Rockwell Sawyer, a financier, claims
that Eaton has defrauded him out of
526.036 by means of worthless and flcti
, tious notes.
IT BEHAYES WELL
WHEAT 13 AIDED BY HIGHEE P0E
Buying Orders in Plenty at the Open
ing Caused an Advance Goes Weak
in the Middle but Closes nt Best
Corn Strong Provisions Lower
Chicago, Dec 15, Wheat had a soft
spot early in the session, but it was firm
all over at the close, aided by firm cables.
Ctinprtred with the previous day's closiug
prices, wheat is cent higher, corn is up
ceUC an,i provisions are lower by
'l cents iu pork; 5 cents in iard and 10
cents in ribs. Oats closed uuchanged.
Buying orders were in the majority In
the wheat pit at the opening and could
only be filled by paying a slight advance
over yesterday's closiug price. The com
parative firmness of the English and
foreign markets and the face that
the exports from this side went
almost eutirely from Atnericau Atlantic
ports were tbe chief reasons for the slight
change in speculative seutiment. The firm
ness displayed for a few miuutes at the
opening soon gave plac- to weakness when
it was telegraphed from Minneapolis that
the stocks iu regular elevators will show
an increase for the week of 730,000 bushels
mil that Duluin stocks had increased
1, 1C0 COO bu-hels. Another considerable
addition to the visible supply wusininiedi
atrly suggested by til above announce
ment and on the supposition that all hope
of improvement was lost and the prices
began to give way. Mav, which at the
opening lnou'jhtlrom l& toJX, hail in the
course of half an hour declined to 5S
cents. The market chauged again from
weak to strong, and May ross gradually
until it was up to 53; and arouud which
prion it held during the last half hour.
Closing cables were firm. The market
closed firm at the best price for the day
5SJ cents for May.
Corn wa.s strung after a waak opening.
May started with a 4 cent decline and
closed with an advance of ( cent. The
opening quotaiiou was -iSii c-tits, and
it ioe tear the close to 0 cents,
with 51(&513 cents tlte final trad
ing price. The continued small
receip s and generally wet weather
predicted for the country tonight and all
day tomorrow weie the chief factors iu
bearing the shorts and encouraging the
longs. Business was fairly good alter the
advance .s'titwl. Trading wj.s dull in
o us and fluctuations were narrow and
troverned entirely by corn. May suld from
3-l'2g32K cents and up to 3'2J cents,
at whicii pi ice It Was offered at the close.
The trading in Drovisious was inconse
quential. Packing to date was given at
1,14S.000, against 093,000 for the biuiilar
period ot the season a year ago.
Cinovoo. Dec 15.
The market today experienced the follo-.vlai
Cash quotations werus toliovVs:
Flour Stead v. unchanged.
Patent, 52.50fi.su, winter straight, $2.2ogG0;
spring pat.. S-J.Kg.C0; do straight, $2.2ufetO;
". - bpriug waent i$')aC0; c Is'o. 3 sprins
wtuat, noui. Xo. 2 tetl o4k-aJ6c. Xo. 2 corn.
47JaC 'o. 2 oats 2,JJ4c " 2 white :J2J4K':
No. 3 white o254c Xo. 2 rye 4SUc Xo 2
barley. i35-"c. Xo. a, t0aj3c. Xo. 4. 50c.; No.
1 Uaxseed $!4s. prime timothy seed, fuo2i
5.-.. Mess pork per bll. $dl fcOU;il2 00. Laid,
per 1UI lbs, SON). ?hort libs sides, loose.
55 Sj.i5 ft). Dry salted shoulders, b,.xed. S5al;
tUort clear sld?, boxed, JGJiurS.
Whisky distillers' finislipd goods Pel" gallon.
123. Miga: Cut loaf 5.13; granulated 4.7a,
Standard A 4.00.
Xo, 3 Yellow corn. 43Jc.
Corn ' ....
. 39 015
On t.h Prnrturn nxehanM toduv Uin butter
market was steady: creamery, i2a225e; dairy
Hals'. Eggs Steady, 2hi22.
St. Louis Grain.
ST. L0UI5. Dec !&. Wheat Higher; cash.
cent-: May 47 cents. O.ts r irm; cash JU3
cents; December 30 cents Miy 313 cents.
rork se.ulv,Sl2.2. Law Li wer; prune,
6.70; choice, t'5.771. Lsad Dull, SJ S3.
Spelter Dull, ?3 50."
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Dec. 15. Wheat Steady;
Xo. 2 hard 53 cents; No. 2 ted 51 cents
rejected 4Gi?47 cents. Sample sales by f.
o.u. M-ssissippi river Xo. 2 hard nomi
nally 50 c-nt-; Xo. 2 rei SlP j cents. Corn
Active. Xo. 2 mixed 33 cents No. 2 white
42s-. cent-. 0' Smail demand, firm;
X" 2 mixed 3K3311-;,' cents; Xo. 2 while
SS1 cents, live Firm; No. 2 nominally
40 cents. Flax-oted Dul, miuiinaliy
cl.34igl.35. Bran Firm, G5g69 ceuts.
llav Steady; timothv, ?s.00ta!y 50; pr.drie
$"0!&9.00. Butter S endy; creamery IS
2l ceuts: dairy 1417 "cents. Egs
Quiet, IS cents.
NEW YORK PP.ODUCE.
Co See Options.
New York, Dec 15 Coffee Options
opened barely steady at unchanged to 15
points lower, ruied generally weak uuder
liquidation and clos -d n.y at b&lQ points
net decline. Siles, SO.OvO bag-, m hiding
D cember. S13 60; .la. nary, S13.05?13 l.V.
Februnrv, $12 75 Jl2.y): My. 512.45(12 55;
Mv. $12.10vil2 2l; September, j-12 05
12 10; Octoucr. zl- 15. Spot coil-. R ,
uniuttia.; ini'.tl, quiet, Cordova. 1S! 19
Warehou delivers- trm Xew Yoik. ye--trilv.
S.Soo big-; Xe.v YurK -tock tni iv,
190.533 ti. us; United States -toefc. 232,944
b..s: afloat for tbe Uulted Suites 23000
hags Tot-il vi-itre supply for the United
Stales, 530,542 bags against 430,725 bags
Xew York, D.-c 14 Sugar Raw, dull;
refined, quiet au l steady.
CATTLE AND EOGS WEAK.
Chicago, DfC 15. Tue totai receipts of
cattle for this week were 61.9J3 head.
There is an increase of S.S0O over last
week. Tue demand today was limited and
uot all of the small uatuber on sale was
taken, the mnrke; being dull and weak j
for all zr.ides.
llos-Receipts for thi week were 173,
CO0 ar.i i- Inst week's 21T.53S Xot much
aciiv.ty was lrve!opd . iy and tre ra
ket wV weak and un-ettied. do-'- c iower.
Sale- : princumlly at J4 204.33 for
light ai.d $3 354 55 for njHl.um -.iis
nd at $4 454.00 for hevy, with K 00
4.75 the raue ot qaotatijns for mereunt-
Shee R-ceipts for the week were G3.- j
3"-$. wliich Is about S 503 bend lts tUnn ar l
! nvrd las; week, inors were without ;js
port-int change, ranging frjm L23 tit $3.2
I.ir poor to obO'C.
R-c-ipt- Ct tie. 12,i; calves. 50; hogs,
24 X); sLcep, 3.W
Kansas City, Dsl 15 Otttle Rciipts
S.10J; shiptuer.'-. 3.4XJ. MarKet ste.ly.
TVsaiiecrr, $2.50g3&; Texas cows, $3.10
Opened. Highest Lowest.
Dec. M'4 641a 54
.May Sb ey-t. f
July W Ity&K SDH
Dec 4555 47 4G;
Jan 476iVi 4T-6 47
May 4'Ji 504 4!r
Dec 22o U Z$H
Jan '. '..
.May JU k- S.'HS5s
Jan 11 85 11 S3 11 72$
ilay 12 12J. 12 12a 12 Oi
Jan 6 5 6 S3 0 S2&
May 710 7 IU 7 0
Jan 5 &". 5 S" 5 5
.May 0 10 0 12)y C 02U
3.70; beef steers, ?3.C55.60; native cowe,
1.00g3 50; stockers at.d leedrs, .'.253 75;
b:lis. aS03.0O. Hog-, R-ceipts-0 OOC;
shiDments, 1,700. Market 10 cents lower.
BulK of a'des $4 304G0; heavies. ?4.15
i 40: packets. 4. 1034.40; mixed, $4 OOgM 30;
lights, $3.504 00; Yorkers $3W4.00;
Sheep Receipts 200; ehipmeuls, 1,00.
Omaha, Dec 15. Cattle Receipts, 3,000.
The market ruled dull and weak; cows
S35; feeders, ?2 353,75: bulls, $3g4.
Hos Receipts. 7.50J; .eavv and heavy
mixed hoe's sold at $4.104 45. with light
aud light mixed hogs at $3.754.15. Pigs
were in very good reqt:-st, decent btuff
nelllue largely" at $3(23 S5. There was a
tolerably free movement throughout and
tbe pens were practically emptied twtnre
noon. Trading ww largely at $4(g4.25.
Sheep receipts, 1.C0J Market ruled about
steady, but slow. Xative lambs, $4.
Wicnrr. Dec. 15
The day, bad weather and a slump in prices
at enstern points has caused a lack ot bus-ines-.
with the exception of the receipt of
three cars of cattle from Oklahoma City
shipped by Arnctt, and the sale of 0 head of
these to stockers at $2.75. Xo arrivals or vales
occurred for outside parties. Mo-Icy 4: Alex
ander, city, had a nice lot of feeders on hand.
OUiriJKLIi niODUCE CO.,
Buyers and shippers of
BUTTER, EGGS and POULTRY
COBXEK FIRST and JTFTH.
Largestdcalers in Southern Kansas. Large
quantities wanted daily. Wcaio paying to
day as tollows:
Live Poultry, per pound. Cekts
Turkeys, over 3 lbs 4t
U'lickens. roosters IU
Spring chickens per lb 4
Eggs, without, ca-es, per dozen la
Jack rabbits 75 per dozen
Cotton tails 4U ier dozen
Choice 1Kb nnd oysters for sale cheap. Cor
respond with us and see if wecanno: do Bet
ter thaa above prices.
Choice dry pick feathers for sale cheap.
A. E. LA WHENCE. Mflaaeer.
LADIES' OR GENT'S SIZE.
CCTTIIISOCTand pend It tons
wimjournnme ana aaarccs ana
li l-ss loi exaniinuuuii. J. O uar-
and rhnrm sint irithi it Vm.
examine It und If you thinlc It
.MjSM'anrtftisyours. It is beau
wBStirully engraved ana warranted
kOSStho best time-keeper In tho
A.'SC'orld for the money end enunl
.xmi. . . - ... r.. :
Golii Watch. Write to-day, this
o2er will not eppear asafa.
f EASTLAKE MFG. CO.,
Corner Adsms and State SUM
21 CHICAGO, ILU
USED GIANT POWDER.
Italion Laborer Seeks to Win a Widow'B
San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 15. The Remiss
house, a cheap boarding house iu the east
end of town, was wrecked by giant powder
this morning. The explosion was tbe re
sult of a deliberate attempt to assassinate
Mrs. John Braro, a wido;r who owns tho
hotel. Antonio Victorias, an Italian
laborer who had courted Mrs. Braro, pro
posed marriage to her and been refused, is
under arrest charged with the crime.
Victorias went into the kitchen where a
brisk lire wub burning in tha ranga and
called to Mrs. Braro to come to him.
As she stepped into the kitchen Victor
ias threw a big slick of giant powder into
tbe fire and ran out of the room through a
rear door. The explosion occurred before
Mrs. Braro was well iu the kitchou.
Tuouyu she whs thrown violently to the
tloor aud painfully cut aud bruised, she
escaped serious injury. The stove was de
molished, the kitchen aud the whole of
ttie rear part of the. two-story liuilding
wrecked, and many windows in neighbor
ing houses were broken. Victorias refuses
to t ilk.
Mrs. Braro's husband committed suicide
some time since by shoot iug.
SENTENCED FOR LIFE.
Oliver Johnson Pleads Guilty to Two
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 15. Alva John
son, the young rancher who pleaded guilty
to complicity in. the two train robberies
near Roscoe, iu one of whicii a brakemau
aud a pas-euger was killed, was arraigned
for s-nteuce thi-. afternoon, With tears
streaming dowu his face. Johnson re i to rat
ed ins confession aud begged for the clem
ency of the court. The man wtia sentenced
to life imprisonment at San Quentin peui
tent inry and showed signs or relief when
he fully realized that he had escaped the
HARVESTER COBIPA.NY ASSIGNS.
Minneapolis, Dec. 15. The Esterly Har
vester company, whoso extensive plant, is
located at St, Louis Park, made an as
signment today to A. M. Allen. Delay in
the erection of needed buildings which re
strained the output of the company aud
poor collections brought about the culmi
nation. The asiets are given at ?K39.742
and the liabilities at $355,013. Tho com
pany will be reorganized at once.
He Went TVrong.
Dusty Rhodes Fitzeyan' I was part
ners for a year, but I kad to scare him
Weary Walker Did hr do wrong?
Dusty Rhodes Yep! 3e g-ot so he'd
sit by the roadside f;r hours, takin'
what he called a "sun bath." X. Y.
Xo sooner has the catbird made its
appearance in the country of its choica
than its song is heard from the top
most branches of the trees around in
the dawn of the morning. This sonjj
is a compound of many of the gentlo
trills and sweet modulations of our
various woodland choristers, delivered
with apparent caution, and with all
the attention and softness necessary to
enable the performer to please the ear
of his mate. Each cadence passes on
without faltering;, and if you are ac
qaainted with the -ongs of the birds
he sweetly imitates you are sure to
recognize the manner of the different
Little Louise is only three years
old, but full enough of mischief for
several little eirls. 4"Oh dear, Louise'." !
exclaimed her big sister one day, after
the little one had been in mischief, "do
you think it ivonld make you pood f I
put you in the flour barrel and left you
there awhile?" "I'm 'fwaid not," said
Louise, oberlv: "but. sister, voit mav
nut m in Ki ivtokie Tar if vrwi wrant'l
to." Harper's Younjr People.
The wine jars, or amphorrs. of tha
Romans resembled ocr demijohns, with j
the curious exception that the bottom j
taoered to a point, which was thrust
iato the sand that covered the tkvors of j
ths wine vaults, and rhns the veiei j
wi-5 held upriirht. 3iany perfect speo !
mens are to be seen tn the nmessis.
A StrraW ot LccV.
Jlr-. Portly Pompus O, Bridget, yon
haTe broken that anh5eeni J&pan-se
Brkipet Sere, mani, isn't it lery
that there nothing in :L Tam
many Tim? ,
miir 4 "v-T--t-:ii7
R MKHfi5' m
UNCOMMONLY BAD LOT OF HEWS
TOLD ON THE STBEET.
Stories are Kife of Scrip Dividends,
Decreased Assets.- Tariff Reprisals,
Foreign Exchange, Gold Exports,
and the Uke Values Tend Down
ward on a Weak Market.
Xew York, Die 15. Speculation on the
ock exchange today was inactive and tbe
market was irregular and unsettled but
tending toward weakness rather than
strength and most of tbe shares dealt in
closed at a decline from the final prices of
yesterday. There was no pronounced
pressure to sell except perhaps in Sugar,
but there was evinced a disposition to close
out contiacts, e-pecjally in the matter of
tukim: profits where shown. The current
news of the street was mostly bearish.
It was rumored that the Chicago
Gas dividend, if declared, would he
in script; that the a-eta of Baltimore
and Ohio had materially decreased;
that Germany would take action to meet
the protective clauses of the sugar sched
ule of the tariff bill; that tbe foreign ex
change market w-hardening ana would
induce increased exportation of gold, aud
that the reorganization of the Distilling
and Cattle Feeding company was among
the near probabilities. Ou the oiher hand
it was reported that tbe etrnias of St.
Paul for the second week iu December
would sh w an increase, and tbe pur
chase of this stock by London and tne
local traders were by reason thereof. The
marketopeued heavy aud declined for tbe
first.balf hour.ijuf.'ar, Consolidated Gas and
Oregon Short Liue leudiug the downward
movement. Then came a rally in which
ouly Pittsburg and Western preferred and
Pittsburcr, Cleveland, Ciucinnati aud St.
Leu is advanced more than a fraction. A
reactiou quickly followed, tbe losses be
ing fractional except iu Baltimore and
Ohio, Chicago Gas, Denver aud Rio Grande
and Oregon Improvement. Tne depres
sion contiuuod to the end, the market
closing heavy. Chief among the lcs-es on
the day are: Sugar, 1 per cent; Sugar
preferred, $ per ceot; Oregon Improve
ment. Oregon Short Line and Denver aud
Kio Grande, 1 per cent, aud the Grangers,
KM Ppr cent.
During the week the market has been
erratic iu its course. In the early part the
repeal of the anti-pooling section of the
iutetstate commerce act by the lower
house of congress excited a favorable in
fluence in the railway list, and the senate
caucus' refusal to consider the tariff ques
tion in its relation to Sugar strengthened
the stock of that company, which is the
acknowledged stock of the market.
An improvement in values con-e
quent upon these favomble iullu
euces was partly lost duriug the latter
part of the week, when by selling to roa
lize profits by clique manipulations, and as
regards Suijar, by the introduction in the
Geimau reichstig of a resolution to adopt
a policy of reprisal to meet the protective
duty on sugar, a reaction set iu which was
most pronounced in the clo-riug dealing.
Tha total s iles of the week were t L213.O0O.
The trading in the bond market toduy
was very qu'et, but the toue of tho market
was firm. The sales reached 5494,000. A
majority of the securities dealt iu recorded
The volume of business during the past
week wai tne largest of any in many
months, and reached a total of S.C0O,0Od.
The dealings in the mote active ls-ues
were generally firm in tone, ami in most
cases advances were recorded, but mauyof
the securities which are infrequently dealt
in depreciated materially in value.
DRY GOODS MARKET.
Xew York. Dec. 15 The print market
has been more quiet during the past week
than it has beeu for some lima before the
strike. Today ends the period of sixty
dajstbat the manufacturers hive to wait
for the margin between cotton and cloth
to reach S6 cents and to restore wages.
Tbe market has not yet reached that figure
nnd busiucss is not iu such a shape as to
tempt the operat.ves to make another de
mand just now. They are not indued to
strike for they mike fair wages after all,
and they have hud enongh of idleness for a
time. The production will therefore
be kept up. The sales of the week
wero nearly all odds and they
were nbout evenly divided between spnta
aud futures. With tbe Urge sties for De
cember delivery the few spots brought the
deliveries nearly up to the production.
Both spots aud futures are holding steady
with 'Jil cent-s nnd the demand is lijht,
the buyer- showing very little interest.
Pioduction for tho week, 200,000 pieces
deliveries. 100,0" 0 nieces; Ptock on hand
(orders). Si. tOu, WX.C18. 33,fXK) nk. 117.C00
pieces; last week's stock. 153,000 pieces;
sales (orders), 3.000, G1XG45 S.OQO, 02,000;
spots, C3 000; future-. y,000; -ales for
eekly delivery, Deceuib-r, 103.000; Janu
ary, 110.000; February, 03.000: March. 43.
C0J; Apiil. 10.000; May, O.OW; June, 3-3,000;
CLOSED EQtfD LI3I
Xew York. Dec. 15. Government
Arm. State twaus dull. lUilroad
LS5'sre? VSV Do 2d A
Doi'j coupon... ll-.i M Kami r Ilrst
0L03i:ra stoji qtjtatioiu
Alton &T 11
Canada I'aCinc ..
( 'unada Southern .
Chicago fc Alton.
( onsolSdatcd Ga
CI C A- St L
Col Coal A- Iron...
Del & Huu-oa ...
Del Lack A- W ...
Kan t rrx pfd
, 37 Northern Phc....
ltob XPociac nfd
, 614 X Y Central
&t$ Pullman Palace...
1 Ikocte idiand
,1 b'St Lisr bit pW.
, 724 St Paul
. TtfH Dopfd
174 Southern Ptc
S L'nton Pacific
ICTH Wabt'LA- Pc..
, M4 Dodopf.l
2i. WeiK Faro Kxp.
1.--.V-tern I nlon...
It 13 the business of the newspaper editor
to "make a long story short.' Texas i-ifV
1? lJ5f MILES FROM YICHITA. BT'T '
THE TFT.l '-.Tivi-jf i r.MI'INED WITH
OfR PKINAI. CODE. KEIUCE3 THK
TIME T V Vt.VT MIVr'TKS AND THE
EXPENSE To A YL.Y ENTs.
T. K AVAfiD & CO..
Bankers and Brokers.
31 aad 33 Broaavray. New York City.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN,
JJonjrht and sokl for c&Ab, or carrJeJ on
C th& r-fT cer.t margin. Con;nriBaka I-1C
' IF 'V WANT TO KEEP IU3TKT
TOT SHOULD SEND FjK OI'?. DAILY
?UA.TtKET LETT EH. WHICH TELLS
YOU WHEN TO SELL AS WELL S 1
WHAT AND W HEN TO BUY
Tetl abotild also Mad for or CIKCULA.lt '
which !Tlv you wm rajaable wim
tloas la the way of ayotUag krsiao. I.'
vou -stilrxaai rrjr aceocn: too er" !
had -xifrh shoved you a. k. n4 then
figure oat what you hav.- maAe. fUow- j
!n;r our rules, you wlU say yor Iomoj I
wtir uanecaaary j
W have thf amt ofiir, vmpte tauten
clerks, mot brokers. U awr prtTat j
wira. us saort tetepteotM and hav a I
larger number Of evstatatm taa any 1
otlier rofcer oZ9 la tbt worfcL 1
If you are auttmzr saooey --hre yoa ar I
Am l cUar.g. but if yo ar rrrfuimc -
htad. It u a chmw If you ar jt- I
latlw: i tt NKW YORK STOCK EX-
CHANGE oalt at one and try th COX- j
SOL1DATED. wher yoa can aar half i
tbe conmi"c aid all ef the later;. II j
you trtsh. I
ares ms utvHiMT sec
tsoomon U.V.at Paul cons 7s
ta & at Lfca Fseu
YOCR WANTS SCPPUEI"
The Peoples Column.
flJNl ON wJl5L
L uCLtx tlih liftiil 3c tier lice rcrlajr.
ANT LADY CAN r-ASILYMAK-- 13 WEEKLY
it heme -b-slaila,; u& sdreruvo ilie :rea: rv in.
e ay. Bilm tt h i,r lor ieml u eoi.i.e Iri Jv u-tar-
hikI box of rciudy treo. Ke;.y with nuru .-rt
envelope. Tho Woman s UeueQ.. Co JviietIX
T ADIE3 WHO WHITE PLAINLY CAN SE
1 -1 rarepCslttuu. writing at home nt coo.1 truce
m-i.r with otouip. illxi itlie: s.pruena souui
Head, lti-l. .t; -Jx. -urn
-ANTKD-TO EMPLOY AN" fcNEKGt.TIC
ladyorccuUeasi. tu lepre-cot u- mi eiu-fc
cocntj-, .-aurr JI'J per monta hi, J comiai-SMuti .a.
dre: vuasUiap, Ctuirief tubiusoa iio., s-uuuu,
Ka. ri Cw li l
ArFl:MAN". XT PO-ITION'AT $la WEEKLY
1? muraatevti an lady vb win vo. k (er n?
Qairtlyal Lome. Alt material Ii-cv. Kejuy wit i
(.nnu.nl rstelope, Vuaui. Mutual lieauaitu,
Jeliet. Ills. 31
4 NY LAUY t AN' SASILY MAKE 1S tt fcLKI.Y
J. nt '.omf. a 1-ilns us nUv..ti- tho crist
teinwlr. lUaa ot Klc-, tor Icmaie tatne-s. I"ar
ticui.nr- uU box of rcxiti.; Tree. Klbr vritli
stuipcd ecveloi-c. llio oruor.'s lUmefti i.
Situations Wanted Female.
ANTED-OouD GIKL FOK HOCaEWORK.
lil s. Lawrer.ce. T"
AN"T !-.. LXPfc-UIbNCED WOMAN KOK
it ceueral honsiwjrk. t-Jutlit ccruer vt
Etnrou.t aud Ctiitr.il. :itl
situations II anteU Male
TANJfcD-UY A MA orftOU.1UORK.-S
? and ueat Bppearautv. locauvas. Call Mon
day bem evu a aau s o'ciovk at Co .s Ji.irkel -u
VA.VlKD-WOItK BY A &.CKl:. INtlUsI Ki
ll ous maa .r vlujlcam orani ten .u u. tk.
Apply SIS X U ab-iiU. a a.
"VTaXTED TO in LIVEirBrDl.Es"APTEK-
7ANTED-M1 VATIOX Ab DKL'U CLEKK; S
TT year-.' axprrlei.ee. licit ot rrfereiiC-. Ad
n AXTizDiiA lis hull:
l l-cer Hits ImiilSc imt Una if ritay.
WANTED-MAX VO DISTKIKIT. CIKCU-
V lars (I per JW) p.Ud. s-end t cent btauip.
N'atlOluU iniribuUu assuct.ttlun. Ciilcx.-o.
WANTED GOOD KNEKuKTlt: MEN TO
It trael for tlio Pciry Ho-e toujillBC o'tu
pany. tiitjulroui 1J11 .sorih Fourtli tie. WK-ituo,
Kau. ' it
Ho I j.
J .( UL I. A IU L'.S.
'TUE LAKGEr VAilJETY AXDmiK LOWEST
X. prlcesi on holiday cuoaa Is ut My IUtcket. Iti
Nrtu Main stro u buudStt
XrO. I CiLIGHAPH WRITING MAfHINr".
JJ I'ricetiJ. DO Mlllb.u i aoa, 15lX Mnrkut
Ir-oit rent-so oi: ioj ihe good g.rd x
? laud, clo-etu West Mde, lor cuaU. liiijulro
315 X '10!Uato. . H
WILL .-ELL AT I.ES TUjiX COsT KOltl AMI
or will make fair trade Tor Wichita .vKtiuu.ti
orstntM lbmk f ertiflii.t. tax tliim ou Ia. it
and , Eouitb ue., 1- Ictctier'.-. aJc. H lut la u.wu
of llitilley; lot-i. Zimmcrl S jwld. uui acr . loi at
tobT. H.i aic. I.li.coui nt. udd.. ooat ttulf of lot li.
I'lilmt, Jouo? miU. iidd.. lot jl. Wichltns... o
Ig oal tun n. houihvcal quarter 25--2 n . 1JJ actv.
"lUIDE TO MXft-FUI
IH'lMTt J'l HIV
'heut. ttiuL iLlitl l'lijv li4u ' V.klil.
nitnetl fre. ilenialu;wuy, liird .t Co.. l:ii.o
build. I1T, CUiotcu, 17 K
0tJT.S b MAL SlllEI'T FOR Fi.OI7!?,
coal ulitl IceJ at lowo-a pilcun aud prompt
flellicry to all carts of the ilty. .' it
V"Ol CA KIND Uth PI O.-l'I.IX.. OFDOL.l3i
A mid uoil cvbs. loyj. vio. in the city ut My
ltiickct. li" .ortii Malu street, clir,:r llianu)
MtierM tuivannas. udBtl
inifrra.iuon -ix-cuui- ui.it omer-
MEN AND WOMEN iri?KR
Inn. A.Cl . U. MM t 4. .MM ... . I ... ....,.... M ..M.
A Y ) mU yVi V mmWm. IU. Imm SmMUmm Vi.Jl JW.-
trulis. nev paurnted ineiuod. any ono who can
rend or wrllu can do tho tvors nt lioice In rpai
lliue. day or crcaliic. soud your aiMrr-A. 1 M-ml
work at once. 11. A. (.ail'i. Ofriiinu Ai t ,
Tyrone, V:u -' ihu uu."w
J couip'Clc nud tliotheaijt In city, lKturw.
I: aints. stutloaeiy. Utwa. M J 1'arreu. lii X Main
.TI l.r.VT .IT.'' f. I I. IT- illl IV. I TlLw t
I O TO THE RED FRONT. IIS SOUTH MUX
Mrttt. anu srl a vcw or Atrla lUcu I'ti-ul
flour, only i cents a fact; Ikm( Hour un turtli; gltt
It a trial and jou ill use no other. Z. ti
'ANr ioiiLY-ii.tui wnitrn 7k .r.
M proved cerutlcate- ot detuR on Wishda
X ilonal bunk. Oftur opn uuin Dec. 17 C. A.
W'rlut Si to, tS. NorUt Inri.et trfU ii:i At
AMICE SUI1S "lOlt KI.XT-KACES Al
lcuio. Jlury K IMImer, Z1U X MiUh.
DR.MINTCRX SUB tOl.V.'ICH It K-Et
lally aud nbuitdauily preuarott to wlnUr
hoiUM. H ia
"VJ-EWTON'TtCOOV Ci. WILL MOVE AM. IX-o-
fuUl trods t N. ton loc 17; khAuz ta-o
oJier boslne and tnut tlo-is uiu all iir -loct.
AMouUiiiiigiy low iHk-'iui'd lor iah. 3M X.
Ji-ln. L.ll. lluu;. propi telor. i.if
J" 5 EX r GUJTAhMsTllAXJOS. XaXDOMXSUK
1 ItaniM.f: N(.conib, iJ6 E lm.aH. IJUtf
IIIIE H nE-T I.iXK OF JIAKDul
N-l IX THE
JL city alilrtLer'a Jlllc t,lo
. l&i N Mam. 3S m.
A GKJS I . II A X 1 1CI.
I i 'tr Ill's html m. n-r .Hie ir Uy.
'aX'I'EDAOE vftTA M I ISA.S!lEOCK
ntliy malljt iumn Iiibmu. i irtr-ll
Oi.'y (owlicjc etet luiemcU. Kru. wrictrt. bn
uuiMiollcicu. tiSaday. Utstia 1 (Kir 7i Pbtitv
ileli.l.lJ. UI j Kuti-lay..
ji usiXKss orj'oifruxYT vT
1UHN?'- HAM h- MoKfc. THAN .i NEW
J Ecclaad jnaDafsetur.HS warn Utalewvi mm
t repren titem la tho ot -uouoral o- txarciia
Loiiiintr .al ill'rwiwr; with fall Informoiiaa. tr
tulncl fiom iwnooal In'aiYiews will ) u.-.lml
JouiorMkU. ACM Ad, Gw.. tnrvoport lt.ra.
Jt -n K I un "hr
ANlED-SAl.E"MAi; OK AOZXT-OOOO
V pay elltni: hiiU to order. 2, lt(.
iinnter Taltortos Co, Clwlanatu U. darih m
-i-N J Jilt 1 IM. IAA.A2. JuO I. S
I b t ;t-- Ihw.1 Ir !. Iii-t .t
ANTi.D-KYiMJYIlODY TO KNOW HUT
thu mUlMier'i pelt- fr tka Jmmm LMInr
Monthly U II a j-mz. t Mra. U b. Canr wHLlM
a I! iittt lUtK. fitrtil h tt ft job. K if
'AN1 ED-A BCYl.R rML A FARM UF 0
.. i(-: wrll ImptaTwi. waurrwl "T L
i(s wrll ImptaTwi. waurratf
rre-al- '. uot tana.
hue bantaai. 'W (
ItA-TlD-THKPllIr'JOl THK rHBPET
fatm Ui rrU. Ittm or KliuOBaat
wttk fall poxueawrs. AJ.raa X. Jukcla o4Be.
AMtMHaf rOR LASH-O.-S LX
ntkrtwa. tmtn ar uarrtaat mt tawM raa
pTtt. Adr S, IOMC1 . KM
AM'U-tt. -TI. HAA WITH U TO JW.Y
salf latere. ac4 n-uas r tian Dn t. .k.-
rr(lwtlMM Cooiru: Uij aa4 tmnm IM .
itxiuu lu. vpporxaul.i to- waaatac mI
7.141 bwi.a, O. ital yrncaiar. a1i-i
iiuctPUBKat, Tthi a. Km. .. r
' a 1 r-WIXCH.-lER UIKI.E. MODEL
afc Mrfr.-i. CaE of aitari k. ara
c t. Potu ur: c 1-3
ANiKU-iu XOVT THK WKKMUBOCni
Of iuH vrr, l m wa ar rvthtr
4. ony l Mrowri. rmWnii W Cjjtt. Am
u. tn Kan. a
" A : T El-70 -KLL At ioBU4y V
V n$tiu 9Um( yjrtu iMti Iwaa u t
an:, xi at taaa ftud tat, csQatm aarhr 491
. naoriaa. J
aniio-to bct hcmoui. m OiCTT
can. Ut-tU A KlMivaJ. JO . Mknrtat.
r A-Tn-ir Tot w.-jpt a. j-ccQvrjkXT
tUiraiuf T 111 AtalM'il, -1
1' Oil SAJm.Il. Jl icelltiu.oii.
FOKALJi- BIOWX LLOHOILS COCK
rHsua m l 1 rirlr Cala. w .1
ttmi- ' i mhmu M. P rlTcr.sr I .1
PttMrn. V.irt'.t i- A ?
i;OH bALt-A KJXKX A .LCIM-. ? i " i
i uta cfcatr. ttmun. b-: xl-lmmtUT ar 1
yasj- lb. Ml Lrjwa .
1?On. "Al- a. ' JaC-4T CO. uT
' wta a sm fR. mzjux.z.'mu cy .&.
!.- SALt-O'i U1LL laAht rXX. tLI-A .
J rrp:t J, "-. Beaaa4it. W- . -.U
uetuaia!rtairalicUI '-J -.
. AiitU a : j-cixtr. itrtt. .
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F M Al MarvaaAi Ma MSI CJto
HAJill-OJUJ IXVJiSniJiXT CO
Your Wants Supplied
THE PEOPLE'S COMJM.
FOR -ALE- YOUN'O SMOVTS. VJKAGC
10) lta ir more. t-U 1CJ t Ceaira ar.
FORMAL-.-A FR-S1L IXLLBI.OODKDJKl:
sey covr. Jidress Uox IBs Va.kr v.outo.. Kna
"JOi. SALE ALL KIXOS OF COAl, Vrocli
A and fr-ed at corner or Mam aud Klavcnt -trv-.
I70irSALK-KMI'TyBARRKLt ST .V i
., , aad ic cum each. WlealM sxp f- " u.a
tifUia'. Mia tur-.t taitr.-jilwr:
OK SALS A tOMPESTtt MD(IkltViiri.
HU c-oii or Uist. T. J. Mc&uLoo. itt .-
FlMl mIK-aHU DKKsS -UlT OF TG
Irte-tsty-e; Mtr stberd ewMtftsal lrcr-n.
c-i'-'"ial'w ? -- R trt t. lift
a. SI9 W DsociA. j3i
. will trnrt far a jnJ tana nriOS
1 opek-t xt. Wichita. E. n
XTon -x '-K -HKltE 1 A GOOD rXLVGWMt
A pntv u.hts o xe talw bu-lHos m i.MMit
amount t cajHal say Km r t tnUow m u,c.
NVc liavo a :vo.t iroua. ildid .uoatfuc. oba
n-nU to- U-u ,v n Mittl hawd mhw.-m hi m-y
Sly. roa-ao fttr.-o'l. s. ;-o; &w .4c-al (!
l.op. qqjroa i.roait .V .a Eada (Cko. &
1?OI. MLK-A LAKU-. iKWti KAX. HlT7J
: ita OR ut 1'crr.e. SKvc C.. ohmmr t
aad Lavrreaco. S H'
J,tK SALK-ALE KINDS OF NEW tH7;:;.
- taiv acit -tot-, ai -ccoMd ktutJ jrwot J "; .. .
Icy A to-, rw NarUl Mate. U, A. MtU. Jiumi
JOK SLE-K1JAT U4VI.aAl.Ni UAT-S
A tHicai,.iuhKi.ntuel.y h-.t tace. Xt .,.-.
l-'OJS J. EX T Hum.
lOR KlfXT- MY Kts'lDKXCe. KSt F.1K'I V
A v; iii iiii rp-n -.o . rir-5. wry
cbp udr-ijtWe p.rt. t.. M. OttttMs. SVfh
ITtH. l.ET-tKiMJlT HODMu NEWLY RAP?
T ed. mk. c M.t bn. S MorU tm -i
car. rutlu-. livt DiTsluti mtcoU lnouUw ttuzi
lOi: ItKXT-WK .IlAVR ShVWlAL PlK
i. hoTllh cTentues wett Mmalwt
tkat w mum Kt iciMuii tor At oaoc. Ctt mml
u-, ra4l lr-. jf jj
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