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VO XII. O70N :WIRR. . .TU~8~A.AU US 2.19*1 T IE W EK l.0 Y A
LYNCH NEGRO IN LOUISIANA.
Tried to Enter Young Lady's Room
but is Frightened Away by Her
Calhoun, La., August 26.-Alfred
80ehaufneit, a negro, as lynehed her<
at 10 o'clock to-day by at mob, for at
tempting to criminally assault Misi
Olive Cliaibers, a prominent yoimlp
woial off this place, at ati early hout
this m1orninllg. Sebaitfieit was fright
ened by the screams of 1iis initende(
victim and fled, but was late c aptiur
ed by a posse a few miles out of towii
He wias brought. back to town by tli
posse and after conl'essing his guilt
was iange(d to a telegraph pole.
His body wias Viewetd by hundredh
of persons, both white and black, anl
everyone seemed pleased at the swift
ness of the justice meted out to th<
The following bold notice was post
ied upon the negro's body:
'This is a warning to all nlegroe.
Who wouild attempt to I'orce an ell
trancekto tO e apatmllt of Wlhite' WO.
Trhie mob w'hichi lpielied Schaunetil
was a quiet. but deteriniled, one.
THE DORCHESTER LYNCHING.
Governor Heyward Receives Repori
From the Sheriff.-The Law as to
Gov. Heyward is determiied to gel
to the bottom of the lynching at St
George's if it be possible. The sheriff
M. M. Limehouse, made his official re.
port in which he said:
''In addition to my talk withi you
over the 'phone I have to repor.t thal
I summoned a posse and followed th
mob that went in the direction ol
Badliam, two and otne-lialf' miles .ist
ant. I, witt posse, was probably 20 oi
25 miinues behind Ihem.
''I foulnd Ihey had swuing' hiin 1111
riddled him1 wVith) bulliets inlt) an 11n
r,ec"loFilizable mlaiss. I volld 11n111
onle io -6N.ile any Nfrain Th<l
nlegrpo waIS a Yout)- fell(ow, hv nalm
W ill Spalnil. 1114 Ilte char--v was at
telpted alssau111lt 1n . small white girl
I have notified 1he, 'roner.
''As I loldI yiu, ihey look( Ilhe 11ellow
from me by forve. I'le cr1-owd hold
iig ime and my deptyt (iy y,ounltr son)
no ole beiig presenlt to assist us. Al
done very fuietly and quickly and bill
few people in towi kiiew wlhit was il
unitil probably thle mob had dlonie it.,
Work. I (idl all in myi power to pre
vent it, but collI not."
WILL PROSECUTE SHERIFF.
Governor Takes Summary Action Ir
the Case of the Lynching Near
see whalt the juies areI oing' 1(2 d<4
about th lyI~nchingr 1 hit, says t h
Columiai2 corr'espondtent1 of' thle New:
and (Coi e r. HeI thinks th ltIimne ha:
come tor' ac'tioni and( lie expects t<
havye an in hdict ment swtorn onit agoains
t,hose known .to be' iln lynching par'
ties and agiainist o~tei's who Iurr
pr'isoners' over' to lynch iing pienies~
He i'e<pestedl Sol i itr in ldebruan ot<
go 1.4 thle scenei( of the Dor'cheste
lyncinug antd r'eprtesent the State a
the inqueltst. The iinquest was belh
and( the usual verdiet was rendered.
complete copy of the testimony wa
sent GJovernor' Heyward. Heo reo<
over the testimony and is per1sna2lly 0
the opi niton that thle shieriffr of' Doi
chester county did not do all he migh1
or could have done to protect the ne
gr'o prisoner, Under the law~ he cat
direct a prosecution to remove t.h
sher'iff, and this lie has done. -I
thinks that officers of the law ough
to mor1e fully appreciate their re
sponsibility and lhe has directed tha
immediate prosecution of' Sher'if
Limehouse' on the charge pr'ovidedl fo
in the Constitution. The letter ti
Nolicitor rildlebirn i'eads:
August 25, 1906.
.Hon. P. T. Hildebrand. Solicito!
Or'angeburg, S. C.-Dear' Sir': r am ii
receipt 'of a copy of the testimony talk
en before the cor'oner's jurty 'in th
flnatter of the' State vs teda o
ofWilliam Spain, and hv nfh
?dad the same.
It. appears from t1his testimony th
Nheriff Liioiouse. of Dorehest
County, acting upon tihe demand of
few men, took him out of the cell at
brought him'1it1 o the presence of the
mle, givitig as i reasol for so doil
tlit ie supposed tley wisied to ha,
It further appears fr-oi tle test
mllony thlat whlen fihe men01 attemlpted
takie (Ihe pris;onler from hlischr
Slit'evi Ulit-Liehouse ma(e, or at temliptl
to makv lit vffectivv resiotanve, lit
allowin.. tem t1 o b a 1 rry Iim from Il
jail and slootinl.g him to deathil.
Thle sieriff was4 bounild to knowm Ilh
none1( Of the(Se mnii werv officers of tl
law and coulld h11ld no legal invest.ig
tion, an.! yet ait ieir deland I
I brougit tle prisonler into tiheir pirv
I beg to call y41111r attention to tl
provisions oft. the Cons4titultionll
1895, as contained in Article 8, Se
tion 8, which provides as follows:
Inl tilie case of any prisonier lawfil
in the chat1trgv, enstmdy or conh(tol I
any1 officer, Stale, counlty or mun11i<
pal, ing seize(d and taken from sit
off-icer tIlrotigh1 Iis negfigliece, perim
Sion or connilivalcle ,by a 11ob, or. of I,
unl1awful11 ass,pimblage or pmrsmns, ml
ait thetir- han1ds suifTering.. bodily vh4
(1nee4 or devailh, Ihe said olTicer shil
be deeied gutily of a misdeiean,
anld, 11pon trie bill founl, shal 1
devposed f'romn hlis flice pendinig h
trial, and upon convietion sliall ro
feit Iis office, and shll, un1tless pa
doiied by the Governor, be ineligib
to liold any offiee of' trust or prof
within this State. It shall be t]
(u1ty of tle prosecliting attorney wit
in whlost cireuit or. (oliunty the offen,
may he committed to fortlhwiti insi
tute i prosecution against said offic(
who shall be tried1 in such county
thle samle circulit,,other thanl fihe 1
in -whichil te offence was committv
its the Attorney General may eleet.
See also Section 142. Criminal Coi
of South carolina.
It is appareif that tihe- facts, vsla
lished beftore t Ie cortoner's jurv. cIll
lY brin.- t1his ase wilhin th ioe prm
sions (if the lIw as above (loted, at
I wish you wotuld imimedliately insl
title tle proseculion rIequired by la
Ver-Y 1rulY y11urIS. 1). C. Ileyward,
BACKWARD CHILDREN HELPE
Successful School Conducted Espe
ially to Meet Their Needs.
One of the most interesting instit
tions in Springfield, the 'City of Sp
eial Selhols,'' describedl Iy Marig
MNfolins in he September 1'verybody
is thus pictured.
" When it was firmst annoine(d ti
a school was to be started for peculi
or feeble-minded children there w
a storm of protest. It was hailed
a 'dtinee school,' antdl parents deelar
indiinaintly that it would be a er
inr shame to senld a boy or Lril
sneh a pla cc. The educafltional a I
Iihorit ies did not inswist that any chi
shotil1d be sent to thiis special sc'ho<
bu11t they qutiet ly began wvork wvith
f'ew pupils. Shortly theose childr,1
provedl so miiuich hapier ini the row
Sset apart tftr them, where they we
no) t buHi1 ed by the brightt, niormal chi
d ren, and beneftitedl so noticeably 1
the indlividual attention given thel
ttat alli prejudice against the seho
v anished; andl parents are niow gia
ly sening 1 thler'e such1 children as f
fat' below the intellectual. averas
whose pr'esence itn the r'eguilar sehe
room is a bur'dent to themselves a
to tlhei r teachers. R-oys pr'edomiat
not motre than two giirls have ev
attended int one yeart.'
Posers For Scholars.
Twenty words subimittedl to asp
ittig bee itt Spr'ingfield, Mass., in I8
- werte g'iven to the htigh school cila
at IEast Liverpool by Supt. Riayma
'andl it is repor'ted not one in t
r(class corrttectly speClledi every wVol
-Only ten1 had averages of' over nine
per' cenit. The av~er'age of the I
puipils wa~s 73 pet' cent.'
Tlhe wvords submi tted were accide
tal, accessible, baptism, chir'ograpli
-ehiaracteitieu, dteceitf'ul, descenda]
eceen trie, evnse, flrne
Sfeig'nedly, g'hastlines, gnawed, heir'e
hysteries, imbeeil ity, inconceivab
inconven ia'ce, inefflict, irriesistib
SHOT BY THE 1UBANt
a Lewis Gray, Colored, Kilaed :
d W. L. Marshall, For Usual
qe Lynching Crime.
S'mit stunrise Air. W. I.. N'taI.shl1
i- ma I illiedi I Lewis n y, It itn'., h
to thIi,e v erme I'oIr whItiteb Ile, rops
z e I Nehed -I (I.
'd Y Ist venl afi I'ten' n whil %vile Ir.
id sliall was awaY vroii Iis lioust
e Iegro (1aiY eame to the inum
n1111d1 ali indveelti proposal 14)
at INtarshiall. 1l'ore lie mil mat k
it, a1ttemptI lo earry oul hlis purlpo
It- was 1riglitened away by Irs.
le shall1's mlothier,9 who app(mared
8-another. room inl thle houise whoe
dauighlker sereamled. Th'le negro
le Mashi111, wIlo was at work i
Ifield as soonl ats hie reachl ed omi0
e- learned the fcts, secured his l4h
and started out( on it hulnt for. 11
ly ^Iro. Ile hun1ited Ithvecouttlry ov
fIlightil bout d1a(0 IYbrealk wentl
I- (he slore ol NIr. II. 14. NIe('all 14
id lile inl ile storel. lewvis (liary w%
S- in, not kn1owinl-, 11hn1 AIrI. Aharshlt
Mr ther. AIr. NIarsIhall, witliit ii
(d iired anld killmd till' leiI) instin
- INIesiall lIf Ite store. i te
tl omne 4) Plorene( lielno sr nIlIIt
r lIe vaIme o t uowl. iis said, b1t d
)e ...ive hiiiiisullf Ilp n1111 is still atl 1111
is Marsll's hoImi is oni the pl
r timn It Nir. .. S. Mte('aIl, near 1,
r- ham1. llis wile is a woma f01l
le27 years (of' a.-e amdilher mothier
it Wit ti Ilem.
le Tli egro wae-. Iis an itinerant ill
h- whto was well known in) tllat se
Swlich is about ten Iiles f,roil Ii
" New York Press.
ie No wonlder. n L,ondon le-ader. S
W"1man111 in (lite fa1shiionable work14,
nP m tll alotgi ton less th 1111$25,
leyear, when.I mlodistes c(Instantl
b- urn-Iin.- (lut su he ll urn Ithinl
mirslins, fIor isttanee, are Iigil
pensive, it' w.pll done. ''It's (11i
said a Fiftl avelile iioiliste y
day, ''how manyI) "irls comme t
~whlo, hevanlse they halive hn1d I
lessotis in art, tIik they elt
dresses. Such a (1r1 111 in S
satil, wiicht she Ias deeorated
It( impression tlat sle is ithe
' 011 wlo ever had al idea of
kind. Still there are olier girli
C- ave talented who make a good it
b-y pailing flowers and butt,
on muslins and gaizes and t
~ them around for sale to lending
~ makers.'' One house in Fifti n
" is sellin" white Japanese blouses
yokes painted~by gi irl artists, ant
horn pieture hats adorned extpii
t witli sprays of painted flowers.
i h vllieI we are oI Ite siibject. of
painted frocks, let it, he reenllet
aS Mrs. Styvesant Fishi wore one- i
!d Newport enaino tie otiler aftel
Y_ Anybody with lialf an eye col
to that the costume had been ma
Paris. FTe skirt was maade of'
I f wi ~ hite chiiffon, painted wit
it oe nsofPt pink antd red tones
a1 paniels wVereI .joi ned underl' roset
"eeri laice. The waist had a ,o
ite (lce an tiiwas tinishted wit ii
re i ri M i
it~ ar thati Mss. Fishe nt l
1) ood riothles, bui knew ho(w to
ill Special Sale (of pretty new
e, wealr ait Hair & Hairtd 's.
id A Thing of Beauty is ar-Dr*
e; Al a2 dinner' of' the Ranitar y 1i
er ors' association at [olbornt r'
ratil. Xiir Wyke Ba4tyliss confet'ssei
ar t aind Saitat(ion seemed far
"Wonhil you compare artt,'
s5 love'l iest t.hings in the worl'd
e, drtain ( laught:er) -when it wal
he seetratedl by art in thet fotrm of';
d. goyle on the rootf of' a tathied ral,
ty twot we'ret so115 f'ar apar it . At
2' the scieneei of' beauty; sanitatio
te science of' healIt.h and( whatI
beauty and health itf they wei
the , samec t.hing?''--London
,36 itnch LightI Outinlg Flai
Ie, sp)ecial, ) -et;s.' tihe yard at R
Ic. H avir'd 's..
CROWD TO MEET BRYAN.
Mr. 6overnors, Senators and Congressmuen
Will Be There-Committee Hard
I niitilt At lite ieadqiarters l it' tiryani
Ishot i'eeption eomittee at (te Hotel Xi
. fo torial. New York. it was Stated thtil
m-e CroWds ol, visitors froimi other sttes
to itteI the reveptioln to Mi. IhI-yN-11i
I'll- on Aug. 30, will releh mIluinolhii ro
11nda State S hati )vid NeI;in o' St.
NIrIS. lollis was mnigmiagmnsll
Hiny odgv nt the ll I.oel Sarannit111e a deiegn
'e Ie tion ilf, 2510 Imeimbers f'ron tie St
NIar- Loiit emiocratie club. A still larg
Irom er d1etgat ion is to el iie Ifr m th
1her ;jiti'f'1rson elinb of, St. loulis.
fled. Senator Nelmon said that h1isoiri,
1i tie to i Inrge extent, '' is going to emply
and itself into New York by next Timrs
esphl li)a li he dellio(.1111ie unn
4 t" tional vninittevan Ioi North Ctw
into olililn, wrote the c(eommittn(ev tha111 It Ieil
rest. gathmn (if 150 will comne hinm Nthil
ke(I Ca rolinlil, in liing the govN-41or, hlis
I was statTI. h11t Iiiiled Slites snators 1tm1l
" ieight memilber-S of' Ihe hl>I. Ilf reprve
idmer v Wiirfiehl il' Nlarylai tol ld his
81lT1, will arrive TIullesda y. Their heal
q1tua-Ifts will he it I tIe Waldf As
Uln- (ov. Folk of1 Miissourli, Ilhe ebirmm;1111
otit, ofthe ree'ption' eolmiiit (ee, will arrivt
liven Wednesday and will pill lp tit th<
rher, Te univernors (of, all of, (ite South
L-tion,p ern1 slate's exceTI Florida will be pres
The o-overnor of1, Florida is kept
away by a callpaigl nowv ill progress,
h41t the stiate will be representeAl hAN
llys a (ie aitioriey general. Iwo. jlges of
tnn- tle supremne court anod other officials
" It h I'lte Ijiietiess is illokinlg awl,full
>lplelaseld with herself, 1fthis Mve1ing114
What's te imalleyrl'' "WNVhal ! Ilave
III Yolu hIeard.7 Why, she's just beer
11111de editor of Ihe Pvt Poodlv pag(
0 tile' li i pper V1ru1sl Mltrilzinle."
mader A DETAIL HE OVERLOOKED.
that But the Girl Companion Was Quicl
who To See It.
wling It is said flint women'i live in i
king Nwor-ld of little Ithin-s,'' qaid Ill (
,i1r s, y un(g m an . " C ertainlt it is, the .w a )
wit they watch oit f'or the details is i
I X9- ionstant soulre of %(-oideli-nti' ti I
stely s iere m1a, especiially when Ihose dv
ta ;ils e'ite' into n111t1her4- VoMn1
Ithat "' was coming down town in tih<
i tie Subway with a youin. lady friend tie
1ther eveningi when a remnarkaIh
b lig I.' miy companion's int(r't('tinrg Iia1k
The Unt1 to satve mIy ifi '1ould1( itl kee1
e -f was simply (xisite till is till' Ci
lu "rd - to apply to her. My cmn
t hat she wias stuidyiing t' .gi rI oppoi
site w'~ith the closest scritiniiv. Thli
,ir(tilt not seem unawiware ofr thfti:
ek-serunity, andil thie way Ithir i respiee
tive' glances struck fiire wihen thley
miet each'l other ini tie idleI olfIthl
~in I aisle flHed my mascutlineC suil wit
-stan- " AtI Twenty -right Ih streetI tie wir
tiha t a rose wit;h easy graie and lef th,
-nar1 t. ciar, halti ng a momentI inii Ithdoor
inmi i pi o se of' imtpressin upon~ li u ehs th IinCeiitI
f the of. her' beia tifl figu re.
tas a "A soon asO she4 hadl diiiisalpearetd
eon- my-i companion became instantly si
Igari- tent ani-d did not speatk for' s'ver'a
Tho mVinutts. rFinally she said,1 in1 a r
* e ''~ 'fow~ so?' [ queried, innoc'ently
'Pete- " 'cus she4 wVorC an1 engage
Im:nt ing,' wias tihe r'eply.
"Now T 'll ventnre ito say th-at 1
imls, er man woul WCht av It razed21 a4lit tiha
tiir & girt ai week wiithn e111(ver1'4 discovertinm
that, little detail. ''-New York Piress.
NEW SPBLLING METHOD
It Has Been Officially Endorsed By
The Nation's Iead.
Il-tesident H sevelt hs enlorsed
the Carn.1egie spellinig reforI move
men01t. Ile issuled orders4 i) Pulblie
i'itter Stellinags that liereafIter all
messages tor ti ivhe president 11ad all
other doellneits ealnatinlfg frIm le
While I4l'11nse shall he pr1inted inl Ite
i.on latee wit I I tIIe revomiilnendioatioll of
I Ie spell inl.g rel'oiml t,%)Iommi itees Ie i.l
ed bv l11n.111(hr Mn t I hews, pro''essor of1
Ennlishi i l (ohkilmbill itniver-lsil ,v. Tilis
eomm111it Iee hIs iublished a list fit' :100
words in wlielb splelling"', is refo-Ilmed.
'I'lT is list cioni t s sinehl words as
"thru", t 1(. an "ho" a Is thew spel linig for
"1 hrough11 " 1 and " t houglh. " , The pres
idetl's oit eil santlion o th Iis re
forml m1ovemlent( is reg-lnded ats thle
spte(ldiest Anld mst etTeetive M0eth
ofililt i titing tle 1ev system of
spilvling tile ouigouit (Il heicory. Not
onlly will (te printfed doeimilenisem
a ling fri l e i presidnill i ilize tile
reomspelfling, but1 hlis 4corr1esponi
meiv- will le spIled inl tlie iew st vIe.
SecetayN aieh1 lls senti ittr Ile list if
:300O worIs wilieli lihhve bvie1n't 4 reformted
11it uipon its atrrival will itimilediately
order all tirresp nt o Itie 1riiil1
ih'ni i i m l1 tiie m mex tivv h cev f' Iet
Witve iveli0 spelb in necordmie(i
I h eifrewilb. As ilt slielli ln t r
cm1m111itlev 4ha mi1f4pt 11n v re'orimls
it will it lideit Ill the presi,eti 's
list 11nd1 alsop to tha10 (of, lite puiblit,
Whlile lie orie thlle piublie prin
er todaY dos nit oempl a wite ill im
mlledia le Ie-form in tleh silili in o tie
fic'il t ul nfens to li. exael
tive depairliiltleisl i W inshling t ton,. it
is regarl-ded more thanuk likely talit teli
respeetive Ilend (if tiles 11hliptlr ive b
will fall inl linef wilth thle pres-ident',F
i,b>as aid h ve t we i fiT iv bilt -iliille z
priled in Ihe nlw spellinw.
Fish Kriow Colors.
'9' ll h kin ol o 11frs.' "a id a Km I 'e
ia t New Ymrk A'pm i teohe
(biyv. "Thy enn i'litin ish' bftwee
well is vm and i. Wail l d ITl
I'ive i ti.'
it If led the w\ay Ito ht hink int whiil
wer somV (d and shm vellow liltie
loMe IPTI 'll ishi 1an1d ii it were Irli
fieiml -.rf0tIfe!4 pain)Iod resilw-livolN
red i an yellow and .Th kvv'p
' I Il he water with Is an111d, n
te 'ishi fied, tie red oni. Io tihr 1lI
roltp Ibe Yellow oe If thewn yell(m
-)r t, and thi ii- u1 i I the treeli
" ,T eIy kn'roIw whiIb e1isted rm sh I ihh f
11h4m from1., 1 observa. t Iio(In bes I.,", sid he IIi
"Niow I 1' thAn-e heie -roltovs, so ni'
noI inereve IY stae ilt y.4'
[h wthik'er. i aii'ls.'c
cThea siime tht in fyloed nsl bce ore'
flh ilh t dl. t t l o sf hteif
pelist idl le ion in am it tfied
potei', "-Mew hml omeito e,'n
I love ' to emasoy h a to ,1<ii
srin hto ah Peopalcle' Mgaiet'h.
siapp'ned tohen he tlown1ca whereia Mr
the livns. rM teetighm the atreet.
winklerrin hisinsisted thmtmhisofrent
liunhon. oAhis. they noet i,nM
"t[~t thi,'' id thatlith, "ev.
lstom f i kin.ad's ws th lie. h
h"dOh, ye!e adhinred."ihv
qut olcin ia neetdi
BOMBS IN RUSSIA.
Twenty-Eight Persons Killed As Re
sit of Attempt Upon Premier's
A iispatch 1'rom St. t'rsbtirg Says
that I wetiy-eighit persons ore 4ead
Ind IenIt-lou wouniled as the re
sill I a I lai sta 41 I al tt 11 em1t ipt oin Sati'
finy af1ournoonl to l1ssassiIInIe Premier
N4oIYII i II with 11bhomlb while. lie Was
h l in a p Iiblit revev itn lt his eolt
rY holusi, In it vkIII arskY Ishl. The
11ilit' Wis slightlY wouilne.d oin the
i Iiiid li -k 1)Nin l i n sll l pliIIIIrS.
Amn lh dead are the premlier's
15-Yi-ar-ohl auhe,who had both
legos bronli byi N flite explosion IIII Silul
41(en . z nll e tin , Ile p ie im 's p erso n a l
sle ei ll-y, h1l. I Illiosto, f'oriler0 ov.
ertinor of, Ile provinive of1, Plenza; Col,.
li'deroff, Optr( ('hamberlimn Voronin
1nd Iw . 'hibiens l', 1 t*Illl. Women
J111 it'".414 ell'tilell lL fi' ulV
ThV wimlel inelite MN. Stolylinl'r,
:I-*vI-y r-IhlI stil, whoil is" seriousqly,
thoigh11 11111 I l l1111Y, inji -d 141 111tmi a
Iilu berli l l pers)I"i ni- 4,1s i lvie iln (he
sovini 11nd1 (1,lTia woifs. Thev m111n
who trew fi- bomibg s mon. the
A\vv l4inl it, Ihe Iffivilli Ilevolinl of
It 1ll,mpi 11n Ill. S 11p11 i f He it,
lppv Itnrs itht t' 1 4 'l,iock I l- S t i y
al'tertiti t vnl rige , voiininiiiitig lout r
iirsonls, 1wlt Iw f rei-in il ib -y nil ifor-ttus
drew Ip lat his vi'li. T l, Imen e nier
(,(I Ilhe it i -ch liber, 41nev I'' thiie
1 141lg hlsIis 11 in hlis hI'nd aI. S
thimgh vonivellg" 1 1111 11 whieb' n'e
eid(eaifily IIl ill It anle-lhamI beIro w,
withf the.terrilev .4 re 1ts ialrell'dy dle
tii lmd. nI zlmll i n a11111d1 M. )iavid
IIT, ut e nlbih (wrI h vi ie. inerdlsinllt
Iv killed. i ll Ia i M. \'oArnill, i 0ourt
(m Ibvr l it, wio wias aitenlding the
premiler' offivil Ic- et'p'ion,. was dv-.
capiilvil, whilf ;IIa l ivhe otrlii' pe'sonls
inl ihe IIIIIe-elintIlber, inludililng. Ithe
threv mie-n neo p n I lte inldivi
Si hi' who cemrie e the bmib, r kill
The lv M Ie St'ollyp 1J inter,
tahinonlca neronnt. ,wr s o
VVr,4y i njredl rh1111i'yd t o 11be
i t' td and 141el h1 viesied. Ilis sonl
hadl it lvp browken. Priniev Shaekowskoi,
whi w a\.Is in lo p rteIn, tII ilt ldjoinig'..
1t no11 th a a s inuilrel. TIh en
VInImII ni oIfiII l thl(e l carrin gde which
brI'llht. lie fe l i I t liht- villa Was
killed, an filh vehiCIv was desiroye(,
but ti (o rses werv n(t mule 'h injuiel.
Lord Curzon Coming to America.
Lor(l 1 , rd uzo is eoiiming to Amieri.
(', his visit bein( , rviidvredI neII'*ss-AI Y
bY questions whiel have ivisenl n
emileetio with the ldi posieion of tho
property of 1he (Int ,v1dy CurIZonl in
this vnn r . DIIIrinl. his abtvievc his
thre-e little girls will ,itay withl their.
mmnt, ladify Stiffolk, formerlY Miss
Dais.\ Leiter, lit the phlev whieb Ilheir,
-Irnurblifother(q, 'Mrs. llt,,a renited
thael, in order tot tain change ofli
scee, s bg halt, a notim stong
and mpaied b hisprolngedresi