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tedb aequo, TfjEOfrAlr. DttamiODa-15, icca.1
BEAVE SPIRITS BROKEN.
ITott often women wake up in the
rnorning cheerful and happy, deter
mined to do eo much before the day
tads, and yet:
Before the morn
ing is very old, the
the bra re spirit
sinks back. in
hard she strut-
should I suf
What can I
will stop the
All such pains come from a deranged
uterus. Trouble in the womb blots
out the light of the sun at midday to
a vast number of women.
J!e advised do as many others have
done and are doing procure Lydia E.
I'inkham's Vegetable Compound at
once, and commence without delay to
realize the relief it is sure to bring; you.
gartis Opera House,
Thursday Dec. 17.
Bleis Sohiller's Vaudeville
The Wonder of the Nineteenth Century.
Some of the Star Features :
The Deltorelll Bros. Sidney Grant.
Dorothey Grey. Miss Morton.
Major Doyle. Sherman.
Carl Thorbuns and others.
Regal .r Boom Price..
Best, on tale at Flake. Tuesday.
IT IS BUT A SHORT TIME
YOU THOUGHT OF IT?
Thought of the gifts yon will be called upon
to give up id order to brighten somebody
else's Christmas? Why not tjsdbrscobk
on your purchasing Hit that we have beau
tiful, useful and practical gifts in our store.
Let us meation a few of the aitlc'es we
nigh grade Sold Cases, Mantel Clocks.
Silver Mounted Sclac on. Silver Mirrors.
Silver Pocket Halve Broaches,
Silver Penct... Gold Pencil.
Con and Saucers. Manicure Bet?-.
Sl.ver Key Rings. Link Buttons.
Silver Tea Bells. Silver Cops.
Hirer Combs and Brnrhcs.
High rrade Gold Filled Case. One move
ments Lad lea' and Gents' Chains, Lockets,
t.hirtrs. Krig with Bismol de, Oa!,
and other pracioc. stones.
We shall be glad to hold acd deliver on
Christmas Evo anything you may wish to
select at this time. Ourptices are as low
as we can make them.
1805 Second Avenue
Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock.
ugene J. Burns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Fatronag Is Solicited.
Office 1830, Second A.
Harper Honse Block.
Apply Into the nootriia. It I qaiekly absorbed. M
nnli at Drninrtsts or by aiail ; saaaplea loc by nail.
KLT BROTHERS, M WiTflS 8C, Hew lock City.
SCORED BY ALLENi
Nebraska Senator Gives the Bay
State a Roast.
ICAXE8 A DETESSE OF FOFTJUSaL
Be Dnnr ta Cea tracts la taw
of That Party, Ho taya-Soaee Things
Kebraaka Has Ke Dan Rehearsed la a
Reply ta Remarks Credited to Bear
Vote Ta Be Bad aa the Immigration;
BUI Next Thursday.
Washington. Dec 13. The final vote
on the Immigration bill will be taken
In the senate next Thursday at 4 p.
m., according to an agreement reached
yesterday. Little doubt Is entertained
aa to the passage of the measure, and
as It already has passed the bouse it
will be in conference before the boll
days. Call renewed attention to the
Cuban resolution by three resolutions,
one being a bitter denunciation of the
alleged manner In which General An
tonio Maceo had been killed while un
der a flag of truce. The other resolu
tions requested the president to demand
the release of United States prisoners
at the Spanish penal settlement on the
island of Centa, and also asked the
secretary of state for a list of Ameri
cans held In Spanish prisons. The Call
resolutions went to the committee on
foreign relations. Several spirited po
litical colloquies occurred on the floor
during the day.
FrflVr'e Monetary Commission.
Allen's speech protesting against
what he described as intemperate
criticism of Populism in Ne
braska led to a passage between him
and Hoar in which the Massachusetts
senator declared that it was a new
and novel departure for senators to ap
pear as the representative of political
parties, instead of representatives of
their states. In the course of Allen's
remarks he paid a glowing tribute to
William Jennings Bryan as the fore
most citizen of Nebraska and the great
est orator since the days of Webster
and Clay, and referred to Massa
chusetts' history in a way that Hoar
probably despised, reoallingthe mobbing
of abolitionlKtsand other facts occurring
in the Bay State during slavery days.
PcfTer Introduced a resolution for the
appointment of a commission to inves
tigate -and report on a monetary sys
tem. The commission as proposed is
to consist of one "National" Democrat,
one Republican, one Democrat and one
Populist, these to select a fifth person
of recognized learning in finance.
Allen'. Befense of Nebraska.
During his speech In defense of Pop
ulism Allen said concerning legislative
action in' Nebraska on legal obliga
tions: "There is not the slightest
ground to fear that anything will
be done that will in any respect violate
legal obligations or place a barrier
across the pathway their prompt and
effectual enforcement. The Populist
party of Nebraska Is composed of men
who understand quite well the inviola
bility of all contracts, as well as the
sacredness of public and private prop
erty and the rights of citizens. The
party was not born to destroy, but to
build up and make more secure the
rights 6f all, and to give to all that
full measure of justice their position
as members of society entitles them to."
Warm Attack on the Bay State.
Of the state of Massachusetts Allen
"It cannot be truthfully said of Nebras
ka that she joined in a crazy and dis
honorable crusade to enforce the pro
visions of a brutal fugitive slave law.
Her people have never been guilty of
mobbing one of their own citizens for
no greater offense than raising his
voice against oppression and wrong. The
stillness of her atmosphere has not
been broken by the appeals for assist
ance of cringing men and defenseless
women and children, guilty of no of
fense but fleeing to her soil for freedom,
only to be captured and placed in
chains by her citizens and returned to
servitude for a reward. Whatever may
be said of Nebraska, she has not been
guilty of any of these crimes against
the laws of God and civilization. She
has never dishonored her foremost cit
izen, when living, for extolling the
cause of liberty, and placed wreaths on
his grave when dead, because he had
been the friend of liberty. She has done
none of these, and no dishonor of this
kind attaches to her name or Imperils
When Hoar charged Allen' with rep
resenting a party Allen retorted that
the Massachusetts senator had always
represented a party in the senate and
fought and manoeuvered for party ad
little Work Dana ta the Heaea.
Beyond agreeing to a resolution for
a two weeks holiday receess, beginning
Dec, 22, the proceedings In the house
yesterday were almost entirely devoid
of public Interest. Most of the day was
spent In a struggle over the bill of
Morse of Massachusetts to render the
! laws relating to the sale of Intoxicating
liquors In the District of Columbia
more stringent. The opposition was In
clined to filibuster against the measure,
but it finally- was passed. The presi
dent's veto 9 a bill to pension Lydia
A. Tart, "a divorced widow " was sus
talned M to 85 two-thirds not voting
to override the president's disapproval.
several minor relief bills were passed
CUBAN AFFAIRS IN TBB HOCSK.
Xot lAely That Any Action Will Ba Taken
at This Session.
Washington. Dec 15. The reported
assassination of Maceo has rekindled
interest in the Cuban question in the
house, although it is hardly likely that
the Interest will be productive of any
legislative action. The representatives
are unanimous In denouncing the
method by which the Cuban leader was
entrapped to his death, although many
of them say that the Information up to
date is Insufficient to justify any as
sumption by congress that Maceo was
The house leaders are disposed to be
very conservative in their treatment
of this question, and most of them be
lieve with President Cleveland that
there should be no intervention by this
congress. This is understood to be the
position held by Speaker Reed and
Chairman Hitt. Hitt, Draper and Ad
ams constitute the standing sub-committee
on Cuba of the foreign affairs
committee. Draper said that the con
nlctlng reports left him in doubt wheth
cr Mace had bean assassinated a
whether ha was really dead.
He thought ft quite probable that
President Cleveland's assertion that the
conflict had become one of wanton
murder on both sides might be correct.
Re saw no possible outcome of the rev
olution but the final victory of Spate
or the Intervention by the United
States. Draper is stm opposed to Inter
vention, as he was In the last congress.
Oatltaed the TariaT
Washington, Dec IS. The ways and !
means committee yesterday held a
brief and Informal meeting at which
Chairman Dlngley outlined the tariff
programme proposed. The principal
feature of It was hearings to be given
the different industries beginning Dec
28 and ending Jan. 11. the hearings to
occupy each day between and Includ
ing those dates. Written statements
may be forwarded to the clerk of the
committer at any time prior to Jan. 1L
The Republican members also held a
mectirt last night at which the whole
question was reviewed informally.
State Law Declared Invalid.
Washington, Dec. 15. In the supreme
court of the United States Justice Har
lan delivered the opinion of the court
In the case of the Covington and Lex
ington Turnpike Road company vs.
Sanfcrd and others in favor of thecom
pany. The action grew out of the act
of the Kentucky legislature of 1890 pre
scribing rates of toll, which the turn
pike company refused to observe. San
ford and others brought suit to compel
the acceptance of the term of the act.
The case was decided by the Kentucky
court of appeals in favor of the law.
Total Talae of Oar Coinage.
Washington, Dec. 15. The total valua
of all coins authorized to be used as
money and Issued from the mints ty
this government since the enactment
of the first measure of authorization.
as shown by recent publication from
official sources. Is stated to have
reached the enormous total of $2,467,-
98,118.25. The coins are proportioned
among the several metals as follows:
Gold. tl,?55.S13,703: silver. $685,023,701.90;
minor coins, J26.960.T11. 33.
Contestees to Give a Bond.
Washington, Dec. 15. Aldrich of Ala
bama has introduced a bill in the house
to require contestees In contested elec
tion cases to give bond In the sum of
$10,000 by which the contestee agrees
to return all money received by him as
a member of the house of representa
tives in the event that he loses the
Bill for Export Bounties.
Washington, Dec. 15. Meredith of
Virginia Introduced a bill In the house
authorizing the payment of export
bounties on agricultural and other pro
ducts of the United States condit'-ned
upon prices in principal market and
upon their carriage in A .lean or
Wat sob as a Contestor.
Washington, Dec. 15. Thomas Wat
son, of Georgia, recently Populist can
didate for vice president, will appear
before the committee on elections on
Jan. 8 to contest the title to the seat
now held by Judge Black In the house
OLD-TIMERS IN THE RING.
Jem Mace Dona the Gloves and Baa to Re
move Ills False Teeth.
New York, Dec. 15. The arena of the
Broadway Athletic club was thronged
last night with a host of sporting men
to see Jim Mace, of England, the ex-
champion heay-weight. aged 65 years,
spar four rounds for scientific points
with Mike Donovan, the veteran box
ing instructor of the New Tork
Athletic club. Mike ' Donovan for
mery held the middle-weight honors,
and although he Is 49 years old he can
still hold his own against any of the
club members and outsiders who vis-
It the boxing room in the "Mercury
Foot" club building. Other such old
timers as Arthur Chambers, Billy Kd-
wards, Barney Aaron and Dooney Har
ris were on the programme. Billy Ed
wards and Arthur Chambers boxed
three short rounds, as did Aaron and
Harris, and were received with enthus
John L. Sullivan received an ovation
and made a speech of thanks. Mace and
Donovan were the stars and entered
the ring at 10:30 and were received
with loud cheering. "Parson" Davies
was the referee tor this boxing event.
Both men wore long white trousers. In
the first round Donovan was decidedly
the quicker man, but they simply
tapped each other and Donovan did
the greater part of the leading.
In the second round Donovan tapped
Jem on the face, and the Englishman
stopped for a few seconds to remove
his artificial teeth, which caused a
laugh at his expense. Mace landed two
left taps on Mike In the early part of
the third round. Donovan Jabbed his
right on the body and face and swung
a right on the neck. All these blows
were very light. Donovan was still the
faster man. They mixed it up in the
fourth and last round, and then shook
hands. The rounds were only two
minutes duration each, and the decision
was left to the spectators who all
shouted "a draw.
Train Wrecker. Sentenced.
Detrolt. Dec. 15. John C. Bodewig
and George W. Johnson, convicted of
conspiracy to wreck a mail train on the
Grand Trunk railroad near Battle
Creek In 1894 during the A. R. V. strike.
were sentenced by Judge Swan In the
United States district court yesterday.
Bodewig was sentenced to two years
in the Detroit house of correction and
to pay a fine of $2,500. Johnson s sen
tence was twenty months' imprison
ment In the house of correction and to
pay a fine of $2.500.
Eertacha Was Taprofrasloaal.-
Chicago. Dec. 15. The Woman's Medi
cal club, of this city, yesterday passed
resolutions denouncing the "unpro
fessional" treachery of Dr. Zertucha In
betraying Maceo into the hands of the
Choote Will Raa for Senator.
New York. Dec 15. Joseph H. Choate
has written a letter announcing that he
will be a candidate for election to the
United States senate in succession to
David B. HilL
The Way ta Eaeeerage Judge Lynch.
Frankfort. Kjr., Dec 15. T. J. Craw
ford, attorney for Scott Jackson, has
written to the court of appeals asking
that a motion for a rehearing of the
case ba filed.
Our Consulate Guarded by the
BATH OYEX TEE XACEO ETOXT,
with Whams It as Ba.
Ueved la the tatted States A Stay Wast
Btnnin Bsesrva. a Fwa.1 by the
Wnshlagtsa Wtra Xewark la Geag
After rnrbneters, Not Spaniard. Way,
lee Make, a State oat.
Havana. Dec 15. The United States
consulate general In this city is under
a special guard of armed policemen.
This precaution is taken by the Spanish
authorities, owing to the fear that the
Indignation expressed by Spanish
sympathisers against the United States
would find vent In an attack upon the
consulate. There have been fresh signs
of the hostile feeling against the Unit
ed States In view of the news from
there of the ardent sympathy felt with
the Insurgents over the death of An
tonio Maceo and the allegations there
of the manner in which he was killed.
In the absence of Consul General
Fitzhugh Lee the consulate Is In
charge of the vice consul general, Jo
seph A. Springer.
Weyler". Statement A boat Maeea.
New York. Dec. 15. The New York
World correspondent at Havana sent
last night the following signed state
ment from General Weyler on Maceo' s
death. The paper prints the original
Spanish of which the following is a
Maceo died as a result of the feeble
state In which were the insurgent bands
at Havana. Doubtless lefore the sud
den attacks and the constant prosecu
tion of the battalion of San Quentin
they were losing ground. To reorganize
those bands he put himself at their
head, and for this be died, with part
of the staff accompanying him. In the
same manner have died many generals
in all the wars over the world.
Was Not Killed In Amnnah.
Maceo was not killed in an ambush.
My assertion can be proved by the
fact that the Spanish column which
fought against his forces had to main
tain itself against the fire of the Insur
gents, and the Insurgents were strong
enough in numbers to retake the bodies
of Maceo and the son of Maximo Gomes,
which were carried away from the field.
Maceo was surrounded with his own
staff, who embarked with him and
passed the trocha, it Is affirmed by his
own physician. Dr. Zertucha.
Denies the Alleged Conspiracy.
"It is not true that Maceo was com
ing for any conference with me. I can
prove It with two reasons. The first Is
that If I was In the province of Plnar
del Rio how could I summon him to the
province of Havana? The second is
that knowing myself the situation In
which Maceo was In Plnar del Mo,
knowing that his situation was so des
derate that he asked help from the re
bel forces In the other parts of the Isl
and, I would "not be so Innocent as to
agree to a conference with him In a
place where he would be out of the
Charge, the Cubans with Cowardice.
"Once in Havana he would have re
solved the problem of breaking the
circle In which I had him and his
forces In Plnar del Rio. Maceo died as
fall all who command forces who at
sight of the enemy fly away. This dis
couraged band he brought to Havana
with the hope of making it fight. Any
other chief In similar circumstances. If
his men disbanded, would be sure to
die. And that Is what happened to
TRYING TO CATCH FILIBUSTER.
That Is What the Newark and Raleigh Are
Doing Down Key West Way.
Key West, Fla, Dec 15. Late yester
day the ctuIstt Rileigh was unexpectedly
ordered to proceed to sea. According to
the gossip on tho streets hero the crew of
the captured American schooner Comjieti
tor are to bo executed at Havnna todar
and tho Newark has been ordered there to
tnv tho execution.
Washington, Dee. 15. Innuiry here aa
to tho movements of the United State.
cruisers Newark and Knlcih whose sud
den departure from Key West lei to the
rumor tnnt trey have gone to Havana.
shows that the vessels are simply en-
gagcu in me enforcement of the neutrality
laws, ana are not at all likely to go near
Havana. The navy department has hid a
ship assigned to this service for nearly a
year past, and the Newark, which has just
arrived on the Florida coast, undertakes
this duty as the relief tf the Bak-lgk,
wnicn win soon come north.
The rumor that the Competitor prison
ers are to be executed tod iv can beset
down at onoe as another alarmist story
without foundation. As a matter of fact
the prisoners have not yet had the new
trial which was ordered bv the snnerior
authorities at Madrid, and under the same
order they were conceded the right tc em
ploy counsel and examine witnesses, and
this openly, so that they could not have
been sen U-nee J, much less executed, with
out the full knowledge of the public. All
that has been done so far towards the re
trial of the case has been to submit the
prisoners to a private preliminary exam
ination alter the Latin levnl practice,
which examination at the time was dis
torted into a story that they had been se
Jedgmeat for SJ907 Agalast Fits.
Pan Francisco. Dec 15. Judgment
was given yesterday in the superior
court In favor of Jimmy Carroll, the
light-weight pugilist, against Bob Flts
simmons for $Sf7 for services preformed
In training Fllzslmmons at New Or
Sloe Reward S)te.
Tk- trader. ef this paper will pleased to
lesra that there Is as kast eoc Staadcd dl'eat
that science has tecs able to cars la all It.
stares, sad that Is catarrh Ban ' Catarrh Car.
is th.calfpa.lt v ran I sows to the net' teal
fraternity. Cau-rh being s coastuaticnsl di-
rase, n qa rsa a corstfaUoaa! trea-'sxrit. Bali.
ICat rrfcCnreltta.es ia tarsal ty, teting Cirtctlj
pas tb. Woo aad sracoas Mrrrre. of lbs tj
wnw thereat cesnai lag the foaadatioa of Is
disease, aad itvtag tbe patient strrn tfc br balld
iwspttaconaihstloa aad as-hslar satara ra
doing its work. Ths pro,rletafa have as mack
fitk ta H cratlv pwira. that tbev ofee One
Boadrcd Oolisrs for say eaas that a falli ta care.
Una lor usti are aaraaiaat.
Sadies.. F. J.CHSNSTC0.,Tled..O.
SoU bj diaggkds, JSC
PICTURE ON A HILL.
Mrnenne Be raa.
About midway between Berwick and"
Polegcte stations, at a point where the
side of the bill is very precipitous, Unas,
who know exactly tbe spot where td
look will be able to see from the rail
way carriage windows a sort of rude
imitation of tbe nomas form outlined
in white. "The figure, which is between
S00 and 800 feet in height, holds s Ions
staff in each Land. This is "tbe Long
Wan of Wllolnglon." ones tbe
of profound veorraHon and worihin.
but now merely ma object of lutcreat to
In order to obtain an sdeouats idea, of
this great hillside figure, dominating
tbe surround ins country and airncartoc
to watch as guardian over tbe little vil
lage below, it is derirable to approach
it afoot, tramping along tbe winding
Innca, as the pilgrims cf old must bare
tramped when tboy came hither on tbe
occasion of some great religions festival.
Keen from afar, tbe figure does sot ap
pear to be of n marks tie sise, but grad
ually, as one approach! tho bill, it as
surers an imposing and definite shape.
Ibe figure, about 340 fiet in bcicbt.
was merely abaprd in the turf so at to
allow the chair lo appear through. In
tbe course of timo these drtnvssians in
the surferc became almost impt averti
ble, and to such an extent was tbe fig
ure iicclerted that at last it Was only
possible to uiake out the form at a dis
tance whin tho slight hollows were
marked by drifted snow or wlxn thn
obliquo rays of tbe rising or setting sun
threw Ihctu into n 6Wp shadow. In or
der to preserve tbe form of tho Long
Man, and to render it at tbe same time
easily diatiuKuiahable at a distance Ibe
outline wua marked by a single line of
white bricks placed closely together.
The effect has been to produce a some
what startling figure, which is plainly
visible in fine weather from s great dis
There aro in different parts of thn
country other examples of extremely
rude and early hillside figures, and. al
though the very fact of their great an
tiquity nndtrs it unlikely that histor
icul or documentary evidence will bo
forthcoming as to their design or precise
purpose, it is very satisfactory to find
that an explanation Las been fouud
which will at once account for many cf
The theory is that these are sacrificial
figures. We learn from tho writings of
Cawar that tbo Uauls (and tbo liritotis
were doubt less included) bad figures of
vast size, the limbs of which, formed of
osiers, they filled wirh living mm. Tbe
figuro was ultimately fired, and tho
miserable victims perished in the flames.
There is a jural saying in Suwx.
probably of great ntitiqoirr, in which
tho Long Man la mentioned in r cferunco
to tbo weather. It runs :
Wtn-n Flrln hill and Long Van has a cap
to at A'aton got. a 4 nip.
' THE MARKETS.
New Verk I'lnaaetaL
Ksw Vohk. IW. Is
Mnnxy nn raI nominally IHf'J per e -nt.J
prima niemmtllo pa&T e4 per rent.: ster
ling exchange was firm, with artnal b ni
nes, la bankers Mil at w4IK f
demand and trrowtsw, for ix?y days: twtfl
rates. WHand VT.W. rommerHal M!U OTTW.
United Htates gurernravnt tmn N firm: 4'l
reid-t'Ted. 13-U; do. eon pons. I3i: ' itw
i-tered. 113V,; do. rrnipoa. 11;: 4 s r 'trter M.
1H4: do. ompon. I'UHj; r registered, "V4; I a.
cine a 4 oi tri .
Chicago Grata aad Frodaee.
Chicaoo. Dee. 14.
FOtTnaing were ttio qnoTatiom nn tlrl
Board of Tra-te todar: V, bmt - Dncnmttrr.
openrd T7e. elrl 77c: Mav. npestrrt
8T4C, cloasi Mr; Jaly. opened 7r, rlne-d
7Wc. "ora- IVcnnlwr. of-ned Sacr'osrd
'-Sf; Jannary. nn vi sir. rkw-d TP
May. npened StU: r;osml SSr. lata Imrcroh-r.
opnnei Kite cbaed nuniual: Jannary. op- rx-l
ana eiowa nominal: sir, on-ned
rinsed aye. Pork Dmmier, pnn-d m.l
rl'-wd nominal: Janniry.npenMl 9" KH- rl-nr-1
t'7 Lard Dar.iaHrr. p"nl aad rinwl
nominal: Jjnoary, op-no 1 'US7t4 ckis-d S3SI.
Produce: Bnttr Extra creamery. : per
lt: extra dairy, nv; rredi parking at x-k,
ftataVtc. Fea Frotli stirk. Itn p-r dot
fnnltry 1 nrreys. Vmlla pr lt: ehH-kens,
rbrnai. Alitor: sprine eSirkena. BW,Vt-; rors-t-ra.
4 Sc. dn'-ka, ge aa. ;Jc. Fo-
tae rlorhanks, S...4i p-r ba; H -lirin.
aJ.---. Have potato a- Uiinots. Sl.frr .3i
per bid. H-rjer wuiti cHvor I -!,l5 Pur lb;
extrarted. oir7. Apples-Cjmntoa ta Uacy.
abci.j ptr utM.
I'hiraga Uva Mark.
C'HH'Aoo. Dee. 14.
Live Stock Prir at too I'nlon Stork
ya'd toiny ranged a. lolbrsra: Hots tM-
mated receipts for ths day. 34.0 It; aalo
raneed at ttsWH pigs. Ucrht.
Kl'dMU rouh as kinz. Sl::'t2 m mi..vi
and fZ-iKi'A U heavy paeingand shiiipiug
Cattle E.timated receipt for the dir.
l.Vi; qnotatl.ma ranee! at tftSVita.TS CThrfet
maa bnevea, 4 .7SJI.VWJ cboici to extra ship
pin steers W.2&'M ) pni t r botes do,
ejv4.T fair tr (oi. $14r&m aommon to
medium do, tll'T't VI butcher, steer, tsar
3 3D Makers. S'i JVMt ai fo-drs. SI r4,li,
eowa. S?.r,n li h-ifci-s SI.37,-a4.Zi balU. xa
and ls. i:ir.4.1 Texas st ars, and S;.7ia
a.i veei catvea.
Mien.! and Lamb Kerlmatod iwHnt. for
the day. Inn!; snlna rangfd at fs.lbHZM vat.
era. Jl.VJ.no Tesaca, tl.6&.74 aativas aod
The Local Maraat.
Hay-Tkaatby. SttejtT Wild, f 4St,
Bauer rail at tastes. M u freak
Coal Soft. He.
Cstua Batchers pay fa
4e: cane aad aetfana,
Cstua Batchers Bay far ears Sal tears
rttasSHCi calve. !
T bodv of Hinv Kundell. tit Chi
cago, was found floating In Lake Elisa
beth, near Los Angeles. CaL
Children Cry for
stop Losma houxy.
Specula:. JedMeasly sad avoid all rtska.
OwrCa-4 asia'ls Syndicate Plea. niaai by
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