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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUG 211909 21 1909
KillS r MAN A IN INBUSY INBUSYSTREET
BUSY Duui BUSYSTREET BUSYSTREETSan QTBFFT STRHTSan ul Km KmSan
San Francisco Politician Is IsShot IsShot IsShot
Shot by Employe of City CityElectric CityElectric CityElectric
Electric Company CompanyFrancisco
Stn fn Francisco Aug 20 ZOEd Ed PI PincuS PincuSa nous nousa
a lot lOcal < tl politician well known in the thetenderloin thetenderloin thetenderloin
tenderloin district WM shot and killed killedtills klUedtbb killedtllls
tills afternoon by William J T Maxwell Maxwellan
an employe of the City Electric comruny com comp compmy
p pmy n and manager of the Zelle estate estateccordlng estateAccording estateAccording
According to Maxwells statement
t it t men quarreled over a lease to some somepropertv 80merropfrty somerrupertp
propertv Pas Passersby er by noted that the thein themn thernen
in mn n were engaged in a violent alterca altet altet11on
tlor PincuB started to walk away but butturned butturned butturned
turned and went toward Maxwell The Thet Thelntractor Thecontractor
t contractor drew fl revolver and sent a at atullft abuilet
t allot through the others skull
Dont do that pleaded the dying
r rllal lab ai For Uods Uod sake dont shoot shootagain sbootagain soot sootagain
again againccordlngr againccordlnr againAccording
According to witnesses Pincus was wasM wasiirking wassinking
M sinking iking > limply to the sidewalk when
Maxwell Max welt took deliberate aim and fired firedsecond ftredsecond flredsecond
second bullet which penetrated the
brf breast ist of Pincus PincusHalf PincusHal PIRcusHalf
Half a dox dozen n detectives came running
from police headquarters scarcely a aMock alock ardock
Mock away and Maxwell his back backag backagainst backagainst
ag against linst the wall and his revolver inhand in inliand Inhand
hand said saidHe saidHe saidHe
He threatened to kill me I want wantyou wantYOU wantyou
you to search him before you arrest arrestme
me meOne
One of the detectives who complied compliedwith
with the request reque > ot held up a revolver revolvertaken revolverfaken revolvertaken
taken from the dying mens pocket and
Maxwell was hurried to the city prison prisonC01IERFEITERS prisonCOUNTERFEITERS prisoner
er erCOUNTERFEITERS
C01IERFEITERSlouisville COUNTERFEITERS ARE AREALL AREAlUNDER
ALL AlUNDER UNDfR ARREST ARRESTLouisville ARRESTLouisville
louisville Police Rapidly UnearthingDetails UnearthingDetails Unearthing UnearthingDetails
Details of Big En Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise ¬
terprise terpriseLouisville terpriseLouisville terpriseLouisville
Louisville Aug 20 JOWlth With the exception exceptionof
of o a negro who acted as drayman to cart cartthe cartthe car carthe t
the counterfeit mint at Harrods Creek Creekm
m this county the bogus 100 half peso pesoMexican pe pesoMexican o oMfXHan
Mexican notes noteato to this city the police policehave polleehave policehave
have put behind the bars all those sup supposed 8Uppnfed suppnsed ¬
posed to have been connected with the thelJllliondollar therruuliondollar
1 jilliondollar counterfeit enterprise e un unTthd unC unfarthod
C farthod < Tthd in Kentucky yesterday
John Roberts who was In charge of the themaking themaking themaking
making of the spurious money Marion
Roberts R blrts Johns brother who handled the thenegotiable thenegiU theLegntiable
negotiable negiU able end of it Nannie Harp Mar ¬
ions housekeeper and Will Koenig iv who whornffsse whocrntssed ho hofnfesseU
fnfesseU to having printed the notesVero notes notesTf noteswrre
wrre Tf ro ill 11 arrested Mrs Harp and Koenig KoenigAcre Koeniv g
Acre v ere released Koenig under 1500 and an d
Mrs M < 9 Harp on her own recognisance The
Rcbt Roberts rts brothers are under 115000 federal federal1iond
1iond each and John already has ann an anr announad
r nounad oun ° un ed he will plead guilty in the federal federali ffderalonrt federalronrt 1
i onrt ronrtThe onrtThe onrtTh
The brassbound trunk with 1000600 in 1 n
ir xi an notes is the most Importanrapture important importantcapture Importantapture t
capture captureJn aptureIn
In a statement to the press this fore forei foreIoon forenoon
i noon oon W V G Osborne O borne the broker of Fet
tei Co who revealed the affair to the thepullop thepollet thepoll
pullop poll said Marlon Roberts had told him himthe himthe hi hithe m
the headquarters of the gang gan was wa in Walls Wall Wallrtr WallftrA
ftrA s rtr tr t New York
New N iv York Aug 30 JOThe The location in inal inal in1t
1t al street mentioned in the LouisvilleDispatch Louisville Louisvilledispatch Louisvilletlispatch
dispatch is occupied by old and reputable reputable1usiness
T 1usiness usiness firms The building Is In the they thert thecurt
y curt drt rt of If the business and financial dis distrt distrld distri
tri trld r and everything pointed to the im impnb imIrl
pnb Irl prubbility hility that it could be in any way waycrr wayCrweted wayccrnrcted
Crweted < crr > f ted with the conduct of anything anythingttlir anythingoth
ttlir oth r than tha 11 reputable r < businessTRooPiSuhiti1iND business businessSeveral businfssa businfssTROOPS
TROOPS TRooPiSuhiti1iND SURROUND a REYES REYESSeveral
Several Demonstrations Are Planned Plannedby
by Mexicans and Arrests ArrestsAre ArrestsAre ArrestsAre
Are MadeMexico Made MadeMPXICO MadelIpxico
Mexico City Aug 20General 30 General Bernardo BernardoR BernardoRy
R Ry y s governor of the state of Nuevo NuevoLt NuevoLHn NuevoLeon
Lt Leon on and opposition oppo ltlon candidate for the theMI theke theei
MI ke < e presidency is surrounded by a detacnment de detnuiment detdchment
tnuiment of government troops in them the themountains themuntains
mountains m untains near Galeana Gah ana Nuevo Leon LeonNo LeonNo Leonovert
No overt act has yet been committed committedand committedarid
and it is reported that Senor Reyes is ismerel Ismerely ismerely
merel merely being bein held under surveillance by
tie ti t federal authorities authoritiesA
A number of members of the Reyeata Reyestap Reyeataparty Reyeataparty
p party trt have been arrested at Torreon TorreonEtat Torreonstat Torreonstag
stat of Coahuila and Xochlmllco ten teninlies tenn
r n inlies les southeast of Mexico City for hold ¬
ing meetings They are charged with dis disorderly dIBorderly disorderly ¬
orderly conduct conductToday conductToday conductToday
Today was General Reyes R es birthday and anda
a celebration in honor of the event was wasplanned wasplanned I Ilanned
planned for Monterey MontereyMonterey MontereyMonterey I
Monterey Mexico Aug 30 2ONot Not a weap
rn n of any kind could be bought here to ¬
day Half the men of the town are car carrying carrying ¬
rying concealed weapons Lodges of oftlandestine ofclandestine
clandestine landestine Masons who recognize Gen Genc Genral General
eral c ral Re Reyes eg as chief are preparing a dem demonstration demonstration demonatratlon ¬
onstration at Alameda Trouble is
fearedVICTIMS feared fearedVICTIMS teardVICTIMS
VICTIMS OF AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILEPLUNGE AUTOMOBILEPLUNGE AUTOMOBILEPLUNGE
PLUNGE WELL KNOWN KNOWNSeattle
Seattle Wash Wa h Aug 30 20The M > The four wo women wornen womtn ¬
men drowned last la t night when their auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile plunged off a trestle In the south southern southern southern ¬
ern part of the city were members of ofprominent ofr ofprominent
prominent r minent families in Vancouver B C Cjnd Cand Cand
and the fifth victim Ira Perry P rry of Seat Seattle SMttl Seattle ¬
tle tl the chauffeur and owner of the ma machine macl1inE machine ¬
chine was well known and highly respected re respected respected ¬
spected The dead are areMrs areMrs areMrs
Mrs J Colvin Miss Agnes Colvin Miss MissMaggie MISfIMaggie MissMaggie
Maggie Paul school teacher and MrsM Mrs MrsM MrsM
M M Grothe GrotheMiss GrotheMiss GrotheMiss
Miss Kate Htscox aged 18 and Miss MissMay MiaMay MissMay
May Paul a aced ed 30 were in the party but buth butIw buthey
hey Iw h y clung to the automobile and were weresav weresavd weresav
sav savd savdThe k dThe d dThe
The car was going thirtyfive miles mU s an an110ur anhour
hour The six Vancouver women camefrom came camefrom camefrom
from that city together to see the fair fairand falland fairand
and hired the automobile for a rideMILITARY ride rideMILITARY rideMILITARY
MILITARY AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILETO
TO CROSS CONTINENT CONTINENTNW
NW Ii W York Aug aA 38L A military automobile auto autonobile automobilf
mobile with Malcolm EL d Parrott of the theNational theNatlonal theNattonal
National Guard of New York at the thewieel thewrElI thewteel
wieel left New York for San Francisco Franciscotoda Francl Franciscotoday eo eotoday
toda today > bearing dispatches from Major MajorGeneral MajorGemral MajorGeneral
General Wood ood commanding the depart department departmlnt department ¬
ment of the east to General Weston Weatonmmandlng Westonmmandlng Westoncommanding
mmandlng the department of the westThe west westThe westThe
The trip will 111 cover 3893 miles On itssuccess its itssuccess ItsSQUSS
success it is said will largely depend d pend thetstablishment the theestablishment thef
establishment f of a regular automobile automobileservice automobile6erviLe automobileservice
service for the army armyRETIRED armyRETIRED
0 0RETIRED
RETIRED NEW YORKER YORKERDIES YORKERDIES YORKERDIES
DIES OF ASPHYXIATION ASPHYXIATIONSan
San Jose Cal Aug Thomas J Da Davis Davis Davis ¬
vis a retired New York merchant was wasfound wasfoul1d wasfound
found dead in the kitchen of his residence residenceat
at Los Gatos today with a blanket over overfcis oerbls overhis
his head and the two Jets of gas in theroom the theroom theroom
room turned tUfl ed on full force forceOREGON forceOREGON forceOREGON
OREGON LUMBER MILL BURNS BURNSMctrshfield BURNSMaTshffld BURNS1srshtield
Mctrshfield t tLumber Ore Aug 20 2OThe The Cody CodyLumber CodyLumber
Lumber company s mill at Bandon burned burnedtoda burnedtoday burnedtoday
today today > The loss is 3100000insuranee J100000 insurance J75 J750X raOOP 75 75ro
0X The origin of the fire is unknown unknownTor unknownCASTORIA unknownl
l CASTOR CASTORIAFor IA
For Infants and Children ChildrenTfie Childrenl Childrenlie
lie l e Kind You Have Always Bought BoughtBears
Bears the theSignature thesignature d dSfgnaturaO
Signature SfgnaturaOInnes of ofInnes
v vt vInnes
t r
Innes Band at Saltair SaltairToday SaltalrToday Saltairt
t
Today and tomorrow Two free con concerts curcerts ¬
1 certs 4 and 8 p m sixty slxt men n en Several Severalsoloists SeveralsoloIstS Severalsoloists
soloists Engagement extraordinarys extraordinaryFloafng extraordinary extraordinaryFloating extraordinaryFloating
s
Floating at SaltatrUs Saltair Its gloriousj glorious
I
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AVIATORS MAKfTRIAL MAKE MAKETRIAL
TRIAL FLI FLIManeuvers fLIGHT fLIGHTManeuvers
Maneuvers of Many MachinesOffer Machines MachinesOffer MachinesOffer
Offer Striking Spectacle to toCrowds toCrtwd toCrowds
Crowds at Bethany BethanyRheftiM
RheftiM Aug 30 OAeroplanesttylng Aeroplanes flying in instraight 1ftIItalght isstraight
straight line Itn making wide turns turnswhseling or orwheeling orwhJellng
wheeling abruptly traveling slow a afeat and andfast andfut
fast and low and andhlghotfered high offered a strikin strikinspectacle striking strikingspectacle strikingspectacle g
spectacle to 15000 persons on the field o of gf f
Bethany today
Two slight accidents occurred M MDumanset MDumnnset
Dumanset driving an Antoinette machine machinecame machinecame machineCame
came to the ground sideways and broke brokeone brokeOM brokone e
one of the runners of his hi aeroplane and andM andll
M Goffroy in an BsnaultPelterie E mono mpnoplane monoplane m mo moplane ¬
plane had accomplished a flight of a kilo kilometer kilometer kilometer ¬
meter when the machine struck a hedge hedgedemolishing hedgedemolishing
demolishing Its propeller propellerThis propellerThis propellerThis
This was the second practice day before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the commencement of the prize flights of ofaviation ofavJatJon o oaviation
aviation week and many of the aviators aviatorstook aviatorstook aviatorstook
took advantage of the beautiful weather weatherto r
to try out their craft Glenn H Curtiss Curtlsethe Curtissthe Curtissthe
the American was wa given an ovation aftea after aftera re r
a flight of seven minutes Although the themotor themotor th thmotor e
motor of his machine was a bit It erratic erraticthe erraticthe erraticthe
the biplane sped straight without sway ¬
ing Mr Curtiss declared that he was wasready wasready waready a
ready for the races racesMr ragesMr
Mr Curtiss Curti was not greatly surprised surprisedwhen surpri surpriwhen surprisedwhen
when informed that the Wright brothers ra
had brought suit against the Aeronautic
Society of New York alleging that the th e
Curtiss machine infringes certain of their theirpatents theirpatent theirpatents
patents lIe said he had known that thatsomething tl1atsomething thatsomething
something pf this nature was contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated but he failed to see how it would wouldresult wouldrt wouldresult
result rt > sult in anything but a lot of litigation
The aviators were amused amu ed tonight over overan overan ovean r
an offer received by Augustus Post Poetretary sec secretary secretary ¬
retary of the Aero Club of America from froma
a Frenchman weighing 3SO pounds who whosays whosays whsays c
says he will give 100 to each and every everyaeroplanist everyaeroplanist everyaeroplanist
aeroplanist who will take him along 8lon in inthe Inthe i ithe n
the flights flightsFREE flightsFREE flightsFREE
FREE FIGHT JUST JUSTAVERTED JUSTAVERTED JUSTAVERTED
AVERTED IN BOARD BOARDOF BOARDOF
OF PUBLIC PUB IC WORKS WORKSContinued WORKSContinued WORKContinued S
Continued from Page 1 1exception 1exception
exception of the concrete work under underthe underthe undethe r
the railroad i tracks where the Jarring Jarringof jarrinof g
of the trains had loosened the staveof staves stavesof s
of the pipe and for repairing the air airvents airvents au auvents r
vents It Is s understood the mayor act
Ing on authority from the board or ordered ordered ¬
dered the other repairs on the pipe an anthat and andthat andthat d
that Moran proceeded with the wor woron work workon k
on the order of the mayor Chairman n kn
McMillan said he would be willing to toorder toorder t torder o
order the payment of about 9000 o of t
the 20000 which was for the work th thboard the
board had ordered but that he would wouldnot wouldnot woulnot d
not be a party to the IBdor Indorsement ement of th thother the theother theother
other work workI
I guess the city will have to pay the themoney themoney th e
money as the work has been done
but this board does not want to go on onrecord onrtICord o orecord >
record ag approving work it has not notordered notordered no noordered
ordered said said Chairman McMillan McMillanThen 11ctiltanThen
Then the Trouble Begins BeginsMr
Mr Halloran raised the point that t
the board was in some measure respon responsible responsible responBible ¬
sible for the repair work having to l be >
done owing to the fact that inspectors
from the board had been on the job joband joband jo joand b
and had allowed the Campbell Con ConntrllfHnn Construction
ntrllfHnn nnmnanv tn nnf hnr n fn i fit na
work workBut
But I take the position that the con ¬
tractor did not do faulty work said e
Mr Rooklidge hotly botl directing his re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks at City Engineer Kelsey
If the contractor had followed fotto ed the thespecifications thespeciftcations th thspecifications s
specifications there would have been beenno bee beeno n
no Joints overlapping each other sev several several sevral ¬
eral e inches retorted Mr Kelsey Do Doyou Doyou D Dyou 0
you call II that following the specifica ¬
tions and doing the work right rIghtThose rightThose
Those specifications were absolute
folly replied Mr Rooklidge Rooktld e and If i t
there is any faulty work In that wooden woodenstave woodenstave woodsstave R
stave pipe it is the fault of the man manwho manwho ma mawho
who drew up the specifications not th thcontractor the thecontractor thecon 8
contractor contractorThat con ractor ractorThat
That roused the city engineer and a
hot words began to fly until Mr Hallo Halloran Halloran Halloran
ran made the suggestion that this no noa not nota
a part of the argument and stifled the th e
battle of words And then the board boardproceeded boardproceeded boarproceeded d ed
proceeded to refuse Morans bill
Bids were opened for the aqueduct
to be built at the crossings of West t
Temple First West and Second cond Wesstreets West Weststreets Yeatstreets
streets on North Temple for the thewaters thewaters th thwaters
waters of City creek but they were all allrejected al alrejected ll llrejected
rejected and the work will be readver read ver
tiled The city engineers estimate fo for r
the work is about 5000 while the low lowest lowest loweat ¬
est bid for the work last night was w
7800 The aqueducts will be 132 13 feet t
long with a bore of five and a half f
feet The concrete walls will be ci six x
inches thick thickA
A special meeting of the board wi will 1
be held next Friday night for the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of opening bids on Sewer Exten Extension Extension Extendon ¬
sion don 141 on Capltolhm CapltolhmSt Capitol hm hmJAP hillJAPANESE
JAP JAPANESE ANfSE TRAVELERS TRAVELERSITINERARYANNOUNCE I IITINfRARY
ITINfRARY ITINERARYANNOUNCE ITINERARYANNOUNCESt ANNOUNCED ANNOUNCEDSt
St Paul Aug 20 2OThe The official Itiner Itinerary itinerary itinerry ¬
ary a ry of the party of Japanese commercial commercialcommissioners commercialcommlB81oner8 commercialcommissioners
commissioners and experts ex rts In n commercial I
lines which will travel through twenty
four states of this country was given givenout givenout giverout
out h here re today The party will be com compoeed compo tomposed
posed ed of fifteen
po commissioners and com commercial commercial cornmercial ¬
mercial experts expertsThey ex expertsThey rts rtsThey
They will arrive in Seattle on the steam steamer ¬
er Minnesota lI1nn ta September 3 They will visit t
Tacoma T coma September 6 and Portland Sep ¬
tember 8 a Spokane September 11 to 13 1
Anaconda and Butte Mont September r
1 H arriving in St Paul September 31
After visiting 1 tUng the eastern cities their theirstops theirstopa thehelope r
stops are scheduled as follows Denver
November 78 Albuquerque November 10
Redlands November 12 Riverside No November November November ¬
vember 12U Los Angeles November 13 ¬
IS 5 San Diego November 16 Oakland No ¬
vember 18 8 San n Francisco November 19Leviathan 19 19Leviathan 19Leviathan
Leviathan Meals City Prices PricesAsk PricesAsk PricesAsk
Ask for anything The best of cui cussine cuisine cuisine ¬
sine Quick service serviceRUTH serviceDIED serviceDIED
DIEDRUTH DIED DIEDRUTH
RUTH LARENA LARENADaughter Daughter of Benjamin Benja Benjamin BenJamln ¬
min and Sarah Kendrick Bytheway
born November 20 1891 at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakCity e
City died August 20 O 1909 1909Notice 1909Notice 1909Notice
Notice of funeral later laterBYTHEWAY laterBYTHEWAYRuth laterBYTHEWAYRuth
BYTHEWAY BYTHEWAYRuth Ruth Bytheway aged 17 17years 17years 1 1years 7
years daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Benjamin Benjamin ¬
jamin Bytheway at the family fmll rest residence i idence ¬ E
dence 365 38 3 o West Seventh North street streetAugust streetAugust
August 19 of typhoid fever feverFuneral fev r rluner11
Funeral notice later laterFUNERAL JaterFUNERAL laterPt
Pt FUNERAL NERAL NOTICES NOTICESThe
The funeral services of Mrs Ruth RuthBrewster RuthBrewster n
Brewster will be beheld held from the funeral funeralchapel funeralchapel funerachapel 1
chapel of o Eber V W w Hall 164 South West WestTemple WestTemple WeeTemple t 1t
Temple at 1 p m Sunday August 22 22ISO
ISO Friends Invited Interment City Cltjcemetery Cityeemetery Cit Citcemetery 1
cemetery
OFFICERS CO COMMENT MU T Ofi OfiTHE ONffiIMICLeonard
THE ffiIMICLeonard MIMIC WARFARE WARFAREGeneral E
General Leonard Wood Says Map ofMassachusetts of ofMassachusetts ofMassaohusetts
Massachusetts Should BeRevised Be BeKevised BeItevised
Revised RevisedHanover KevisedHanover ItevisedHanover
Hanover Mass Aug 20 20The The mimicwarfare mimic mimicwarfare mimicwarfare
warfare in which an invading force forcecomposed forcocompo forcecomposed
composed compo ed of militiamen from Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut New York New Jersey and the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District of Columbia assisted by theTenth the theTenth theTenth
Tenth United States cavalry colored coloredattempted coloredattempted
attempted to capture the city of Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton against the resistance of the Mas Massachubetts Mas8chusetts Massaehusetts
sachubetts volunteer militia having havingended havingended
ended yesterday the two armies rested restedin
in camp today Orders for disbanding disbandingthe
the army of invasion were given and andnoontime andnoontime andnoontime
noontime saw the troops from New NewYork NewYork
York and New Jersey on their home homeward homeward homeward ¬
ward way wayNorth wa waNorth wayNorth
North Rochester Mass 11n s Aug 20 20In 20Inan In Inan
an interview at his quarters here Major MajorGeneral MajorGeneral
General Leonard Wood said saidFor saidFor saIdFor
For the purpose of an adequate de defense defense ¬
fense there ought to be a complete re revision revision revision ¬
vision of the geographical map of Mas Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachuaetts ¬
sachusetts Readable information is isthe Isthe
the first requisite in war Besides this thisthere thisthere thisthere
there ought to be more cavalry and a alarge alarge
large signal corps A signal balloon balloonwould balloonwould balloonwould
would also be of great service so that thaian thatan thatan
an accurate and compenenslve e view of ofthe ofthe
the country and of the enemy may be beobtained beobtained beobtained
obtained In my report I shall make makemany makemany
many recommendations recommendationsGet
Get more cavalry was the comment commentof
of Major Herbert Slocum U S A just justreturned justreturned justreturned
returned from Cuba That is a car cardinal cardinal cardinal ¬
dinal principle he continued In the thepresent thepresent
present maneuvers there should have Tiavebeen bavcbeen havebeen
been from 120 to 1500 cavalrymen In Instead Instead ¬
stead you had three little troops Mas Massachusetts lIassachusettI Afaasachusetts ¬
sachusetts to be placed on a proper properwar properwar properwar
war footing also needs two more bat batteries batterIes ¬
teries of artillery artillerySIX artflteryHAD artilleryHAD
HAD SIX SIXYARS YEARS STARBUT START STARTBUT
BUT is MR UND V R mm mmLos ARR ST STLOB
Los Angeles Aug 20 After After having havingsix
six years the start of the police of ofThompson ofThompson
Thompson Conn who were loking for forhim forhim
him on a charge of attempted murder murderIsadore murderIsadore murderIsadore
Isadore Lois started back to Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut today toda with an officer to answer the thecharge thecharge
charge Levis it is alleged shot Sam Samuel Samuel Samuel ¬
uel Miller in Thompson six years ag agand ago agoan <
and an immediately fled He H has lived livedhere livedhere
here under the name of B Oberman Obermanin
in fancied security since sinceFloating sinceFloating
Floating at Saltair SaltairUs its glorious gloriousNEGRO gloriousNEGRO
NEGRO IS REPORTEirrO REPORTEirrOHAVEJ3EEN REPORTED TO TOHAVE TOHAVE
HAVEJ3EEN HAVE BEEN LYNCHED LYNCHEDFitzgerald LYNCHEDFlbgerald LYNCHEDFitzgerald
Fitzgerald Ga Aug 20 20Henry Henry Day Daya
a negro exconvict charged with at attacking attacking attacking ¬
tacking Mrs Josh Vicker last Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesdaand
and then murdering her and her Infant Infantthis Infanttbls infantthis
this afternoon was taken from the thesheriff thesheriff thesheriff
sheriff of Wilcox county and lynched lynchedaccording lnehedaccording lynchedaccording
according to reports received here to tonight tonlgbt
night nightFloating nlgbtFloating
s
Floating at Saltair ltalrlts Its glorious gloriousYOU gloriousYOU
YOU FEEL like theres theressomething theressomething
something you need needthese needthese i
these warm days daysIts daysIts
Its a glass of thatsparkling thatsparkling that thatsparkling
sparkling soda water watercool watercool watercool
cool refreshing invigo invigorating invigorating ¬
rating ratingPromptness ratingPromptness
Promptness civility civilitycleanliness civilitycleanliness civilitycleanlinessfeatures
cleanliness cleanlinessfeatures features of ofour ofour
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Childrens barefoot barefootsandals barefootsandals
sandals all sizes and anda
a big assortment of ofslippers ofslippers
slippers and shoes shoesfor shoesfor shoesfor
for the smaller chil cbeldren children chifdren ¬
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Childrens Disorders Disordershave
have no terror for the mother motherwho motherwho motherwho
who keeps handy a bottle of ofGraefenberg ofGraefenberg
Graefenberg Childrens Panacea PanaceaAll
All Druggists sell it
FRESH FISH FISHAlways
Always a full line of seasonable varieties in our cases A Afew Afew Afew
few specials for Dainty Sunday Meals MealsSalmon lreaIsSalmon MealsSalmon
Salmon per lb 20c Halibut per lb 15cSmelts 15c 15cSmelts 15cSmelts
Smelts 20c Codfish CodfishSingfish 15c 15cKingfish 15cKingfish
Kingfish 15c Soles 15c 15cALL 15c 15cALL
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BOOTH FISHERIES CO COBoth
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4JTIC TIC MOST SURPRISING ThE ThEWAYTRADEKEEPS HE f4
WAY WAYTRADEKEEPS TRADE KEEPS UP UPAr qJP 1 1And
it i Ar And again surprising s how big these Saturdays are dreEverybody j I
Ip Everybody seems to be shopping and mingling with friends friendsili frien ds dsOrchestra dsI
iofm ili I Orchestra concert in the evening by the best orchestra in to Vn
a Mens 500 Oxfords Oxfords395 Oxfords395CJI Oxfordssv395I 395 I
4 CJI J If you wantshoes want snoes shoes tat tnatare that thatnyD i
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nyD are wortn worth all a you pay payfor payfor payor
for or them andwant an want a ser service service ¬
vice vice that tnat t at positively makes makesit I i
it impossible for or you to tobe tobe
a ae
be e dissatisfied youll you II te beI behUYIng tebuying e euyln I
buying uyln your snoes shoes s oes from fromus
us sooner later Why
or not start now nowWe
ntlD 14 We Weve ve got of tne the largest stock and tne the greatest greatestvariety greatestvariety greatestvariety
variety or of goodstyle snoes shoe yJull you 11 find in in town townVeve townirqD town14I
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Ed Pinauds 75c size Violet Vegetal 52e 52cEd 52eEd 52eEd
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ll Ed Piriauds Pi auds 50c size Liquid Powder 29e 29eEd 2geEd 29cEd
Ed Pinauds SOc size Brilliantine 25e 25eEd 5e 5eiJ6e
Ed Pinauds 125 size Violet Toilet Water WaterSale USe 96eA USeA
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PRICES PRICESPotatoes
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