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street wearing h5s;c4diwwboy
hat, silent and- unpretentious,
but with something -of i stalwart
power still clinging- to his aged
frame. ,- .
Alfred, when asked what he
called, himself, broker or- capital
ist, answered: "Lumberjack."
Cassius Merritt? -
He died. The people of Du
luth say he died of a broken
heart after the family's fortune
disappeared into the greedy maw
of Rockefeller:' " .
A :. famous Methodist preacher
cried oyer his jcoffin : ,
"This man, was murdered, as
truly as if -he had been smitten
down byithe hand of an assassin."
How does Duluth tell of the
murdeV of-Cassius, of the robbery
of Alfred and Leonidas ?' I shall
tell about that .tomorrow.
;7H6 .MOTORMAH brought
"WrjCAft,TO A SAPPER-STOP
.AND .RUiHED IKSlPE V4ITH
IF .'AM APPLE TREE 6RoW5
APPLES WOULD AM ELECTRIC
PLAMT 6R0W CURRENTS?
There are 18 recognized sys
tems ofwireless telegraphy, mI.
SCORE JUD.GE-AND JURY "
! 'INPATTERSDN CASE .
Denver, Colo., Dec. 1. The
Very Rev. Dean H. Martyn Hart, ,
dean of .the Episcopal Cathedral,
roused his audience at the
Thanksgiving services held at.Jpjj
the Auditorium yesterday to a
high pitch of excitement when
"I -am ashamed of the -judge
who tried the Patterson case. I
am ashamed of the jury, which
returned a verdict in that case.
I would be ashamed of myself if
I did not cry out against such a
travesty on righteousness.
"I am ashamed of the people
who applauded that verdict, and -I
ask you' to stand up and. say
this thing, this sentimental cori
doning of blaclr murder, shalP
stop. - 3
"It is a disgrace to the couo-j
t?y. I find there.are moreTnur
ders in Denver than in -London
and I expect to be murdered my '
self some-day." "
Governor Shafrotfr, Prosecu
tor Benson and a'sc6re of other;
prominent men and women, alii
issued statements.denouncing the
jury's action as unwarranted-andi
based wholly on sentimentality. -J
Gertrude Patterson is angeredg
at the criticism of her which is
being made on evCry hand. it
She has reversed her intention
of leaving' Denver. She says
she will stay here, and fight' thea
mtil they iiayejdiedxdJowni. uioro