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Charily is one of the few thing
that fIii:M nver bo advertised.
An Rr.i! fat tnauuiacturrr Is !a trou
ble. Ha tiled to make Ilg,lit of his
That Huntington horse that en's
wool Is probably suffering from a cold
Maybe Gen. Kurokl will go home
and teil bin countrymen that ars
too Agreeable people to lick.
Joaquin filler wants to go to the
Uni'ed States senate. On hia merit
s a poet? Oh, dear, no. He has
. A Wa-hiuglou man who tr!e.1 fast
ing for his health didn't live long
enough to see whether It helped him
The sperm whale could swallow an
automobile according to one scientist,
but we should think it would give him
Chicago complains that women talk
too much over the telephone. "Over
the telephone" would seem to be a
The late shau of persla had a col
lection of stones valued at $30,000,000.
But death parted him from all except
one h.r3 tombstone.
A clothier's ad In the London (Ont)
Advertiser: "Our boys knickers have
double seats." Good for the kids, but
bird on father's arm.
Now If the weather should calm
down and be deceut for the summer
the croakers would feel themselves
A Detroit man has Invented a nozr.1
which spreads water like rain, or in
other words as effectively as It Is dis
tributed among the stocks.
Tunis used to depend upon Its wines,
olives, cereals and cattle. Now there
are a number of profitable mines and
railways are being built to exploit
Even If it were not dangerous to
kiss the baby it would still be cruel
in most cases, as the poor babies are
generally too feeble to put up any
kind of a defense.
Dr. Wiley'g condemnation of pie will
have no effect The brain food of
New England has been tested beyond
the power of any mere government
chemist to discredit it
The American Pre Humorists, a
such, have undertaken to raise funds
for a monument In memory of the late
Bill Nye. All serious minded people
can Join them In this effort
Joaquin Miller has found mining
tnore profitable than poetry, for which
reason he desires to be a United
States senator. This shows the de
moralizing Influence of wealth.
The popularly accepted Idea that
women like to do most of the talking
Is succeasfuily controverted in the
I?tlUon of a St Louis woman whe
asks divorce. She asserts that th(
"can't live with that uian. Why, he'i
a regular sphinx."
The highest tree in the world Is
said to be an Australian gum tree ol
the species eucalyptus regnans, which
laands In the Cape Otway range. It
ia no leas than 4.15 feet high. Gum
trees grow ntpidly. There is one In
Florida which Is rciorted to have
shot up 40 feet In four years, and an
other lu Guate-inula, which grew ISO
feet In 12 years.
"I am perfectly certain." writes an
Englishman to ll Lotidun World
"that half our Ills ate due to the fact
that we Uo not laugh enough. A good
sincere smile la somewhat rare In
these times, a 'laughing face' Is scarce,
and It Is tie hiom Indeed diet one hears
a good ringing laiiKh." The obvious
thing for this gentleman to do Is to
subscribe for Iuidon 1'unch.
The public Is henceforth to be
barred from the grounds of John U
Rockefeller's home, Forest Hill, In the
suburbs of Cleveland, because visitors
presumed upon their privileges and
eeped through the dining room win
dows to watch Mr, Kockefeiier eat.
This made the old gentleman angry.
and he ordered the gates clotted, lie
might have pulled down the blinds.
Red Cloud, the famous Sioux chief,
Is now very old, and, realizing that he
must soon depart for the bappy hunt
ing grounds, he has Ibsued a pathetic
appeal to the white people to be good
to the poor Indian. Once a fierce war
rior aud a foe to the w hites. Red Cloud
long ago became peaceable, lie still
retains the old style garb of his race,
tut he appreciates the value of civili
If the Killed persons who write those
wonderful detective stories would win
lasting renown and become benefac
tors to their fellow beluga, let them go
cut arid do a little real detecting.
There are plenty of desperate crlm
Inula at lar.L;o whom tbe regularly or-
diiliu'd sleuth are unable to capture.
Tiia wnibl i il-e crop iu IUCj aggre-i'a'i-l
ifO.WO.OOd.uci) pounds. The
I n-.it bulk of tbi.i f uorui'Mi ji-ld was
jri..!'..t..l ui.d t'otlKUUli'd by tin people
f A-.l i. tbe. ('!.!:. (.-,rt t.'.:g tin lead
I. 1 h 1 J ) ii' ! U uud (. -j;i-; 'I
LOED SAYS "WRITE II."
The Secretary Stands Sentinel Over
the Portl of Sagnrtiors H.ll
Whet President is Retting.
Oyt-ter Pay, 1- president Poore
elt Is more fully ie'iil!.-.l:ig
Jes.ired fur frceiloiu from (fi'lcl.il cares
nd pivssuro frevn political piirsonai-
limn h or those clunced lltl tho
resixiiislhllity uf making tbe piexl
ilent's vacation a success hnd hoped.
Fur a month Secretary I.oeb ha
Iliads effectual line of the two words
to which ho has trimmed his su imiei
vocabulary, "Write It" No matter
how Important one may think he U
how pressing may be the business, ol
whether one applies In person, by
letter, telegraph or telephone to ai
range for an interview at Sagamore
Hill. In every Instance one gets a
reply In the summer vocabulary of
the secretary. "Write It." And it is
Mr. Eoeb's most Important business
to mean these words every time he)
ays them. If a visitor should belong
to numerous and common variety of
handshakers, he leaves the blockaded
portiils of Oyster Bay repeating to
every one that "the president really
warded to see me, but Ioeb would
not let him." If a politician with a
"pu!!1 calls, he usually taken one of
the seventeen daily trains hack to
New York and denies with ail the
positiveness which the secretary has
used to him, that he ever was la
Oyster B.-.y In his life.
MENACE TO BUSINESS.
Interstate Commerce Commission Says
Measures Should be Adopted to
Curb Harriman's Power.
New York. That Harriman
plans for the consolidation of railroadi
sre a menace to business; that Har
rlman methods of finance are Inde
fensible; that some Harriman con
solidations ere Illegal; and that meas
nres hould be adopted to curb Har
riman's power such -are the essence
ot the conclusions formulated In the
report of fie Interstate commerce
commission on the result of Its Inves
tigation In the combination of car
riers, generally known as the "Harri
man inquiry," which was made pub
lic Saturday. The report was com
piled by Commissioner Franklin K.
Lane and has the unanimous approval
of the commission. Copies of the re
port were sent to thtj president and
to Attorney General Bonaparte.
Another Brewery Gives Up.
TotK'ka, Kansas. The Anheuser
Busch Brewing association will give
up the fight against the attorney gen
eral and the supreme court and will
move from KanKas at once. Such whs
the announcement made by the attor
neys for the company. The attorneys
asked the supreme court for a corn
pi. te list of costs and fees thus far In
the case and It Is believed thr.t as
soon as this bill Is completed the com
pany will pay the bill and then svll
Its prrerty as quickly a.-f possible.
This action moans that the company
will not appeal the ouster suit to the
supreme court of the Vnited States.
A Denial From Tokio.
Toklo, Japan. Gen. Terauthl. the
minister of war, In an Interview Sun
day contradicting the reported arrest
of a Japanese spy at Pan Diego. Cal
said: "There are no Japanese mili
tary officers In America except mili
tary attaches. The war officer," he
emphatically declared, "has nver In
struct-! any officer or amateur spy
to examine American forts."
Secret Bomb Factory Explodes.
IiOndon, Kimlnnd A dispatch from
Odessa says that sebi-n perwons were
killed and many Injured In an ex
plosion In a secret bomb fact.iry lu
that place Sunday.
A Summer Catl4 for Root.
Mexico City, Mexico. An uiiprft
re-tented .tumor will he b stow ed o
American Secretary of State U.xt up
on their coming visit to Mexico a
guests of the Mexlccn govenunent
While In the capltnl, Chiultep'
castli. the summer home of the presl
dent of the republic, will he thrown
open to them. There they will make
their residence which will also be ths
headquarters of Recrili-ry Root
Ask for Two-Ctt F'.
Tope). a, Kansas Kansas may hav
a flat twoent pasfienger fare soon.
If the railroads will not put In this
rate voluntarily the state board of
railroad commissioners will make an
order to have It put Into effect. A
letter has Into sent to the different
roads by the board asking thst .ych
action be taken.
Japan's Prines Returned.
Toklo, Japan. Prince Sadiiara
Kuahlml, who has been on an -xteud-,d
visit t- Europe and Canada re
turned to Japan Suuday. He received
a remarkable ovation.
They Oppose Nicaragua-
Washington. I). C Tbe e'ate d
lartment Sanday rre.-lved nncoa
firmed advices that the republics of
Juatemalu ana Salvador have Joined
foic-i and are Ix'L'lnnlng the in bil
l.atloii of trops to resist soy tittii lc
that may be made by Nicaragua.
Insurance Compsn es Quit Texss.
Sun Antonio, Terns. The Robert
son Insiiraiice Mil Ix-catne ffec-tKj
Sunday and 13 life Insurance com
liimleH withdrew from th( state as a
WHEN THE POJTMAN GETS TO HIM.
S PlAn ANrt
AFTER THE TOBACCO TRUST
The Government Files a Petition
for Its Dissolution.
An injunction May Be Asked or a
Receiver Appointed Criminal
New York. The government
Wednesday filed In the United
States circuit court In this city a
petition against the American To
bacco company, the Imperial Tobac
co company, the? British-American
Tobacco company, the American
Snuff company, the American Cigar
company, the United Cigar Stores
company, the American Stogie com
pany, and Co other corporations and
29 individuals connected with tbe
named com panics. These corpora
tions and Individuals constitute what
Is generally known as the "Tobacco
trust" and the petition directed
igalnst them sets forth the purpose
of the government to dissolve this
trust by breaking up the agreements
under which the consolidated con
cerns are working. In showing the
growth of the "trust" since Its or
ganization In 1500, the? conclusion Is
reached that at an early day, utiles
prevented, it would completely mo
oollze the entire tobacco 'Industry.
James C. Reynold, thp Fpeclal as
slstant attorney general appointed to
prosecute the so-called tobacco truct
declared Wednesday after filing th
complaint lu the case that the ques
tion whether he would urge the court
to appoint a receiver for the various
companies would depend entirely upon
the evidence secured from witnesses
summoned. He said also that crimin
al prosecution of the defendants nam
ed In the complaint is highly probable
and that the Sherman law, under
which tbla action Is brought make a
conspiracy In restraint cf trade a crim
Boxton Says He Took It
San Francisco. Pr. Charles Box
Ion, tho tejiipomry mayor of San
Krnnclsco, on the witness stand in
tin Glaus trial Thursday afternoon,
told the story of his debaurliment by
Theodore V.. llalsey. the Indicted
agent of the Baclfic States Telephone,
company, who, ho tcjllfhil. paid him
I'.O'O "mostly In 1100 bills." for hav
ing voted and used his Influence as
a supervisor amilnst the granting of
a rival franchise to the Home Teh
My Send Another S.iamrock.
London, Kng. It Is probable,
although Sir Thomas Upton will ntt
admit It. that the New York yarht
cluh will receive a challenge for tile
America's cup for lfo8. The tlm5 tor
challenging does not explr until Oo
tober and It Is not likely that th
challenge will be sent until the lat
tmiincnt. Friends of Sir Thomas say
he Is most anxious to make another
try and that unless something unfore
seen happen another Shamrock will
cross the Atlantic next year.
Rock Island Wreck In Kansis.
Wichita, Kan. The stub flock
Inland passenger train No. II
running between El Reno, Ok, and
Kansa City, was wrecked a few
miles south of I'eubody. Kan.. mid
Bight by running onto a d-Tulllnf
switch. The tnlne turned over snd
Engineer !,y, of Ilerlngton, Kan.,
was dangerously scalded. Bioigage
man Gusbee, a brakeman, Pullman
conductor and seveial paseeiiKers
Depositors Will Lots Ten Par Cent.
ToiM-ka. James T. Ilradb-y. receiv
er of the First National bank which
failed In the IVvlln cruih. Tuesday
announced thst tho afi'alrs of the
bank would bo wound up within six
weeks and will pay off In total 9 J
cents on the dollar.
No Mors Gambling Boats.
Chlcaro. The department of com
merce r-nd labor has ruled that there
I'lall be no more gambling bouts al
lowed to run on a'y of tho t t
TO SPREAD THE STRIKE.
Telegraph Operators Give Up Hope ol
Winning In San Francisco Meet-
ing Called In Chicago.
San Francisco. Indications Tuesday
night were that the telegraphers strlk
will spread and that the nrxt walk out
of operators will occur In some large
tastern center. A committee ol
Western Union operators called
Tuesday upon I. N. Miller, Jr., assist
ant general superintendent of the
Western Union Telegraph company foi
the purpose of discussing grievances
but were refustl a conference. The
committee was met by Chief Operator
II. J. Jeffs, who read a note conveying
what ansm-er Miller had to make tc
After the result of the" meeting vat
made known to President S. J. Small
of tbe Commercial Telegraphers union
he sent a telegram to Prc-ildent Roose
velt, claiming that every honorable
means hnd been exhausted to secure
an adjustment and that he hud nc
hope of a settu-nn-ut without .an ex
tensive strike, that In answer to the
demands of the telegraphers through
out the counntry, that the strike be
made general. h. would leave for Chi
cago Wednesday morning.
Another Jap Arrested.
San Diego, California. It was
learned Friday nl-ht from a trust
worthy evuree that In addlilon t the
Japanese detected In making fetches
fit Fort Rosecrans a few days a?o,
another Jap was arretted In the fort
Friday for having a blue print cf the
works in his possession. Ti:ls latter
Japanese was employed a a servant
at the fort. He ia a man of superior
attainments. In his room was found
a standard work on cng!:ie.r!:ig. The
blue print wss well drawn and showed
much technical skill, but was not
Santa Fs Indicted.
Chlcapo. An Indictment charging
tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa, Ke
railroad with granting rebates
amounting to $12.0u0 to the United
States Sugsir Ib-et company of Car
din City. Kits , was returned Wedne
day by the grand Jury In the United
Stales district court. The Indictment
contains t't counts, e.ien one relating
to an alleged Infringement of the
law and the company If convicted )
subject to a maximum fine of 11,300,
OoO, or a maximum fine of $or.,JO'J.
Jumped From Car Window.
Denver John T. Thompson ,
prisoner In custody of letect!ve Jo
seph Day of tho Portland. Ore., po
lice department, bap, from a car
window while the train was running
at a sK-ej of 40 miles an hour nir
this city Thursday and escaped.
Thorn iium la wanted at Portland to
answer a charge of stealing t3.000
and was captured at I;ndon, Eng.
after a chase around the world.
Gist Jury Secured.
San Francisco. Tbe Jury to try Vlc
President Louis Glass of the Pacific
States Telephone and Telegraph com
pany on the charge of bribing Sur.
vluor Charles I poxton with $J.G'0 to
vote for the the withholding of a fran
chise: to the Home Telephone company
of San FrancUco was completed Tues
Knights Templar to Chicago. '
Saratoga, N. Y. The grand en
campment of Knights Teuiplar
voted Thursday to hold Its next
trlenuiul conclave In Chicago, In
Koresn Emperor May Have Cult.
ToMo, Japan. The correspondent
at Seoul ,f the JIJI Shluijio, a Journal
thst enjoys a high reputation for tne
accuracy of Its news servle-e, tele
graphs his paper saying be believed
the emperor bus abdicate!
Ssved from Gallows.
Jeffeisoii City, Mo Governor Folk
has commuted tbe death avntenca of
Thomas Clay, the limine county ne
gro under sen'etue to be liangc-d In
Columbia.. July "J, to life Imprison-
The Oklahoma Convention is Freeing
Pre posed Constitution of Its
IVott Radical Previsions.
Guthrie, Okluhoma. Fourteen Im
portant chances lu the ccnmtlt ution
for the proo'd state of Oklahoma
were juade by the cvnwntlott Thitrs
Jay in-.irntiig. The most Imimrtont
modifie s the initiation and refet rmlina
provision by eliminating the section
allowing the governor to take means
to put Into effect nny law In tr-
veut of the legislature's refusal to
rt upon It. Another vital change
eliminates the plunk forbidding for
elgn corporations to appeal from the
decisions of state courts. Another
uwndment gives home railroads the
right to merge, but denies the pre
rogative to foreign coriKirations.
Other alterations affect the appropri
ation, habeas corpus provision .court
Iiower of contempt, religion utter
ance .suffmge and board of agricul
ture. Oklahoma Convention.
Guthrie, Ok. The convention that
early this ymr drafted a constitution
for the proposed new state of Okla
homa, reconvened here Wednesday,
alter to months' recess. Th con
vention had juevlously set August
(5 as the date tiion which the docu
ment should be submitted to tbe vote
of the people for ratification or r
Jertloh. but In the light of later de
velopments this date was anuulU-d.
The present wgrk of the convention
will be to se t a new election date, to
finish up a good deal of .minor work
and to adjourn sine die. The final
adjournment Is expected within ten
Offensive Interview Withdrawn.
Toklo The Hochl will Thursday
withdraw tho Interview with Admiral
Sakamoto. The latter was quoted ae
saying that American naval officers
were brilliant scn-ial figures but do
flcier.t In professional training and
practice, and the crews of American
ships would retreat rather than fight
Japan. Simultaneously with the
withdrawal of this Interview, the
Hochl will publish an anonymous In
terview with a Japanese nevel ex
Icrt, highly eulogistic of the effi
ciency of the present American navy
and the high standard of Its gun
nery. Stats Rates Not Sacred.
Washington. In an opinion hand
ed down Thursday for the inievstate
commerce commission by CmtiiH
!oner Harlan, tho rub Is laid lown
that while a rate fixed by stale
statutes or a state commission "U
naturally and properly entitled to r
spectfnl consideration, It has no
greater sanctity as applied to Inter
state traffic, than a rate entablUhed
by a railroad company; and this cora-
mlts!on would n.;t hesitate upon j
proper evidence that a rate so estab
llsl would be unjust cither to a
carrier or to a shipper, to refuse It as
a basis for fixing an Interstate rate.
Convention Will Adjourn.
Guthrie. Okla. T.ie c institu
tional convention will have compl-'t-ed
Its labors at midnight Saturday.
Sunday will be spent in engrossment
and by Monday nU'.it the fint.-hed dws
time ut w ill h ve be-i'n signed jmd an
adjournment taken. The date of the
election has not been definitely an
nounced but will be about September
15. Seven more change were nunh
Friday, the chief of which returns
to Oklahoma soldiers and i!loia their
suffrsre and Increases the school evy
from five to ten mills.
Acquitted Because Insane.
St. Joseph, Mo. Raymond Teson
pleaded Insanity nl the unwritten
law as his de fe nse for ttie Uilllnn id
Georve Majhum, and a J'iry acquitted
him ln're Friday. He killed Majhaiu
In a gnx-e-ry store lost Oetotn-r. The
Jury d'C-lded that Tenon was Innnhc
when he shot Ma) hum and that he Is
still of unsound Jiilnd. The slayer
will be comtiill ti'd bv Criminal Jud;:e
Cnte I 1 1 the state Insane asylum nn
III bis reason U restored. It u
prove-ii that. MaliHiu was Intlmuto
with Mrs. Teson,
Mlch.'nan A. O. U. W. Quit.
Detroit. After a long and stubborn
battle against heavy odds to place
the order lu Michigan on a stable foot
ing, the grand lodge of Michigan, An
cient Order of United Workmen Tues
day voted to surrender Its chatrer. In
eight years the membership in Mich
igan baa dropix.-d from !J,ouO to less
Launch Goes Over a Dsm,
Jamestown, N. Y. Sli people
were drowned Friday nlfcdit H
miles south of here. Nine eople had
taken a gasoline launch on the Con-fwang-o
river, which was very high
oviltig to Thursday's rain. The boat
was swept over a dam and six people
A Mandamus for Judys Dunne.
Sun Francisco. The district
court of npeaU Wednesday nftenioen
frante-d a writ of mandamus SKuinst
JudK Dunne commanding him Im
mediately to fix a dte fi r settlement
and to settln the bills uf exception In
the Khiultx rui or to show cnue
why ho has not done so.
Wisconsin Falls In Line.
Madiwui, Wis. The two-cent fir
bill sa amended by the sss'mbly
pnM.l the afunbly Thursday aft-
iVOOLD TEACH PATRIOTISM
National Educational Association
Closed Mcetine at Los Angeleu.'
Resolution Impressed en Tsachere
That Character Building Was
Re I Work of Schools.
Ixis Angeles, Calif. The National
Education association concluded Its
labors Friday with the adoption of a
serle of resolutl-.m principal among
which' was one presented to the con
vention by Col, Alexander Hogg, for
mer superintendent of ivchools at Fort
Worth, Tex. It reads:
Resolved, That It U the sense of
this association that it Is the duty of
teacher of this republic to at oneo
enter upon a systematic course of In
structions which will embrace not
only a broader patriotism, but a more
extended course of moral Instruction
especially in regard to the rights and
duties of cltUenshlp, the rights of
property, the security and sucredneF
of human life,"
Second In Importance to this reso
lution was one upon the subject cf
simplified spelling Indorsing the work
of the simplified spelling board and
directing the secretary of the associa
tion to adopt the shorter style of all
of the 000 selected words In the pub
lications of the association. It carried
by a vote of 200 to 22, although It was
claimed that ninny other than actlvo
members voted In the affirmative.
The resolutions further Indorsee!
the efforts being made to Increase flie
salaries of teacher, favored harmo
nizing cf fhe child labor nnd truancy
laws and urged the state to provide
for t':e education cf every child; Im
pressed upon educators that the build
ing of character was the real Bim of
the schools and de lorod the te-udency
among children toard the disregard
fur constituted authority and. lack of
respect for sge snd superior wlrlom;
urged abolishment of secret societies,
fraternities and Forortties In schools,
denouncing them as inimical t- tho
Interests cf svhools and pupils. de
dared for the merit system and re
solved strongly Jn favor cr world
peace and International arbitration.
Japanese Wss Sketching Fori.
San Diego, Cslif. A icport was
In circulation Thursday that a Jupa
nese hud been arres'ed at Fort It'se
erans In the act of mi king drawing
of the firt. Major Cetrhel scktiowl
edges tl at a Japanese was arrested,
that hi! was drawing plans cf the
f.irt, that he was not a servant, but a
trance-r. nnd thst there It a heavy
ptitil.-'imeiit for the off. use. !!' de
clined to give the Jnpinese's name
and would not say what he had done
w Ith tbe prisoner.
Lived 1t8 Years.
Ilutchlurcn, Kansas. Mrs, Ann
Owens, a negro, kii'iwn to be
mere than lit years old snd a resi
dent of Ilutchlnon 20 years. Is dead
here. S'ae was born a slave In the
Wilkinson family In Mar land lu Ifco
year 1783 tir the year previous and
aft.r having been S'dd to Dirk Christ
mas' was taki u l, Madison r unity,
Ml-. liisippl, w here rhe? lived a gol
share cf heT life until coi;:i;ig to Kan
sas. A Japanese Station ftaidsd.
Is Angeles. .V Japanese farm
near InglewemJ, which Is allee-d to
b one cf a rhniti of stations ex
tending from the Mexican border
through, which coolie lalxirers are
being smuggled Into California, was
raided by fedenil Immli'.i.illou offi
cers Thurseliiy. Five Japanese whose
appearance showed thry had made a
long Journey overland were captured.
International C. C Ctnventlon.
S.wiltU WiihliMtn. Tbe In
ternational Christian Endeavor Con
vention her .'in Wednesday afternoon
Mg Christian Endeavor tent wllh sn
address uf welcome by Crov. A. K.
Mead of the stat uf Washington, and
f Ity Engineer It. C. Thomson. repre
seiitltig Mayor of Seattle. The con
vention will rover a period of fives
Ireland's Wsrm Reception.
Dublin The rirst day cr the visit
to Ireland of King Edward and Queen
Alexandra was a great aiie-ces. The
w-e-tither was fine and th city give
the sovereigns a roval welcome.
Militiamen Prostrated by HL
Norfolk, Va. Ten member cf the
First Kentucky regiment during the
closing drill Monday at the exposition,
were overcame by beat and the hos
pital corps was kept busy.
Cansdlsn Population Increasing,
Ottawa, Ontario. Ths census and
statistics department has figured out
CanacU's imputation April 1 last at
6.504.9O". au Increase of 1.123.6&8 lit
the l.o-t six years.
University Head Resigns.
St. I.ouls, An!ieuii'ciiieiit was
made Tuesday that Dr. Wlnrtehl 8.
Chaplin, chancellor of Washington
iinlviTsity, has tendered his rosina
tion to the board of trusteea to take
effect October 1.
Warring Towns Ar United.
Caletia, Ksiisas. At a Joint
iinv-ilng of the two councils, CaVna
siinexe-d Empire City and will govern
It a one wrird. Iu 1ST? the two
towns were Involved In a bittr tnwa