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riot' sustain an action for 'deceit.
JWhich'is what this action is "
Whereupon, the twelve good
men-and true promptly returned
a verdict -in favor of Albert Mer
ritt for $940,000.
Judge Sanborn of the Circuit
Court reversed this verdict. But
he did not do so because Rocke
feller had not bilked the Merritts
out of their property. He. revers
ed the' verdict because "the low
ercourt. erred in not allowing the
admission of testimony as to the
value of the Merritt property."
If John D. is truthful, there's
an awful lot of people who are
either liars or fools including
the twelve men who sat under
Federal Judge 'Reindeer.
I o o 1-
SPENCER FOUND GUILTY;
FIRST DEGREE MURDER
Springfield, Mass., Nov. 25.
Bertram G. Spencer was found
guilty of, murder in the first de
gree this, morning, after the jury
deliberated 5 hours. He was
charged with shooting and killing'
Miss Martha Blackstone while
robbing.the Dow home, the night
of March 31,-1910,-
Sentence will not be passed for
6 months,; as his attorneys have
prepared an appeal to- the estate
supreme-court, which does not
convene until April.
. As the jurors filed past-his cage
in the courtroom at 3;08- .this
morning,- on their way from the
jury room- to report thein'verdict
to the judge, Spencer did not
raise his eyes or change his
-iWhejU tJic-yexdictAyas in-
nounced, a fiusfi fejljover tfie; dim
lit courtroom, and baliffs were
prepared to suppress any -fresh
outbursts on the part of Spencer1.3
The prisoner, however, seemed
not to realize the import of herr
verdict. He only blinked, and
scratched his head nervously,
gazing vacentlyat his frail young
wife, who was shaken by a par-''
yoxism of sobs. "
FOOD FOR BABY -
By W. C. Cotton, M. D.
"What shall we feed baby?" is;
a question that every mother11
must face when the time comes,
for -weaning her child.
-Th.e Answer is: -Feed baby nost-ij
ly mtlk- mixed -with barley watery
in three. to one proportion,. ancU
add for variety, with cautionr ah
little beef- soup, sweiback, mashed'
potato and butter, or prune'juicej$
Don't feed anything that requires
chewing to a newly weaned child.
If vomiting occurs-,- mix about-
one tablespoon 5f,lime"wa.ter with
the -milk. - -, , :
Don'tniurse;baby -longer than 10n
or twelve months as a-mother.'sl
milk.after. this period is not very.?
nourishing, yet it satisfies theji
babie'-s-apetite. - Hence we t see;?
bow-leggs and -various other del
formitiesTand-diseases. r ,ri
In these cases use plenty-of fatsn
as cream, bacon grease on bread
and plenty of good country but-rt
Better.be 'cheated now and then
than suspect je.ye.ry. matt. you meat-tf