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I AStory A Story of of fTrue True Honest Lovtand Lov Lovand
and Much Milch Thrilling ThrillingAdventure ThrillingAdventure ThrillingAdventure
Adventure AdventureBj
Published exclusively excluaivalrby by the SUND SUNDMOJlNJNG SuNnAMORNING
MORNING GLOUII This Story lt ry IB j founded it
Mr r Arthurs successfai su < ceilsC l play Jft Loot t River Riverunder Inverundtt Iv r runder
under the direction dlre tl u of Jules Ju1 1 Murryf Murry MurryCALL furryALL
Bard foreman foreman of the 111 works had had had badbar4dhy
bar4dhy bar4dhyThe I 11arct > arddSy arddSyThe dBy dBy7he
The new aqueduct was was decorated le orated for the thededication tilededication tL tLdedication e
dedication dedication exercises but the men men were weresullen wereI werei
I i sullen 1l1en They demanded their pay Every Everymoment Everyi Ever Evermoment
i moment of waiting lent strength to the therumor therUlUor th thrumor
rumor that Middletori Blessing were gofug go goin goinlr
in fug to cheat them out of their back wages wagesAt wagesAt wagesAt
At length under undr r the leadership of ofbi ofbiJake big bigJake bIgI g
I Jake akeWolf Wolf the chief malcontent the me mehind men menhad meni n
i had again a ln turned into a frenzied mob and andbad andbad an I Ihad
bad hustled ht > tled Bard away declaring there thereshould thereshould ther thershould e
should be no dedication and taking posses possesalon IJOlisesolon posseston
alon ton of the works worksWolf worksWolf worksWolf
Wolf jumped on a keg ke outside the powder powderJiouse IJowder110use powdehouse r
house and harangued the crowd crowdAre crow crowAre crowdAre
Are we we goin1 to stand by and see this thisdedication thisdedication thi thidedication s
dedication go on while were beat be t out of ou oupay our ourpay ourpay r
pay he shouted Shall MiddletonBlessing Middleton MiddielonBlessing Middletonles
Blessing les ln get wealth and fame though their theirLost theirLost thef thefLost r
Lost River Aqueduct while we the builders bulidersstarve buildersstarve bullderllstanoe
starve Blessing promised to have tb tbmouey the theniouey thetUoue
niouey tUoue here by noon today It aint here hereNeither tlereNeither hereNeither
Neither i i he That shows hes robbed robbedNow urn urnNow uaNow
Now are we goin gob oin to stand tameVOy tasud y an lee leehim leehim se sehim e
him do itNo it itNo itNo
No No howled the crowdThen crowd crowdThen crowdThen
Then lets take the law into our own ownbauds own11llds I IBands
Bands and blow the whole aqueduct into intoLost iul iulbast c
Lost 1 < lt River RiverA
A yell of delight delightfollowedthe followed foll wed the proposition propositionBreak propotlitionDreak propositionBreak
Break into the powder 110U house some of ofyou ofou o oyou f
you ou went on Wolf Thats the way wayNow wayNow I INow
Now out with Ith the kegs and the dynamiteSo dynamite dynamiteSo
So Now lay the train and in five minutes minutestie mluutestile mhtutethe a
tie work of Middleton Blessing will lie liein liein li liin e
in the bottom of Lost River Ill light the thefuse thefuse tit titfuse e
fuse myself myselfHe myselfHe myeelfHe
He stepped down from the keg and strik strlklug striking striking ¬
ing a match stooped over the fuse fuseStop fusef
StopThe Stop StopThe StopThe
The cry rang out in a Ii olear girlish voice voiceAll voiceAU voiceAll
All turned In the excitement they had hadnot hadnot ha hanot d da
not heard the advancing hoof beats of ofbard a abardridden abardridden
bard bardridden rldden horse uutil Ora galloped into intotbeit intotheir intotheir
their midst and slid exhausted from her herpanting heri he hepanting r
i panting horse horseStop
1 Stop she gasped once more moreWhald moreWhatd moreWhatd
Whatd we stop for grumbled Wolf WolfBecause WolfBecausebecause WolfBecausebecause
Because Becausebecause because Ive got the moneyA money moneyA
A mighty roar of joy rose from thecrowi thecrowd thecrowdand thecrowdand d
i and hats Were thrown in air Wolf alone alonewas alonewas alon alonW25 e
was doubtful doubtfulHow doubtfulHow doubtfulHow
How do we know she aint lyin 1 he hemuttered hemuttered h hmuttered e
muttered I bet she hasnt a penny of it itMost it itMost itMost
Most of you know me retorted Ora OraHave OraHave OraHave
Have you ever known me to tell a lie A1 A1of All Allof AUof 1
of you yo you know Jake Wolf Have you eve eveknown ever everIcnown eerlcnown r
known him to tbll t l1 the truth truthA truthA truthA
A shout of laughter followed the words wordssnarled wordaIf wordsIf
If youve got the C cash 8h give it t to me meBDarled mei
snarled the discomfited Wolf WolfNot WolfNot
Not on your life laughed the girl I If IfI IfI f
I did no one elsed get a cent Not My Myorders MyClrders M Morders y
orders vas to give the money to no one but butBard butBard bu buBard yt t
Bard BardBut °
But Bards gone away awayPine awayFine awayPine
Pine him then thenDespite theuDespiteWoUs thenDespite
Despite DespiteWoUs Wolfs protests the whole tuo tuorushed mob mobrushed ttlobrushed b
rushed off in search of the foreman forei ian leaving leavingOra leavingOra leavin leavini g
i Ora alone aloneThe aloneThe aloneTine
The excitement over she sank listlessly listlesslyon listlessl listlesslon y
on the steps of the powder house houseIve hOUli hOUliIve houseIve
Ive saved Dobs honor tonor anyhow she shethought sit sitthought e
thought happily lie He said twas < disgrace disgraceand disgraceandruin
andruin and ruin to him if the works was destroyed destroyedIm destroyedIm
Im not educated nor rich nor anything like likethat likethat likethat
that and I spose folks 11 sneer at him for forpjarryifT Cormarry formarryfii
pjarryifT marry iii me But I mean to get books and andteachers andteachers an ant d
teachers and study hard till Im as clever cleverand cleverand cleverand
t and talk and write as good as those cit citgirls city citygirls citygirls y
girls that laughed at me at the hop last lastnight lastDlght las lasnight t
night He shant be ashamed of meA me meA meA
A faint rustling in the bushes aroused he hefrom her herfrom herfrom r
from her happy l1appyreverie sappy reverieGlancing reverie reverieGlancing
j Glancing around the corner of the powdehouse powder powderbouse pow er r
1 house shelaw she saw Bill Loucks stealthily making makinghit makingl1i makin makiniris g
hit l1i way toward that building buildingHe buildingHe buildingHe
He musnt see met me she thought thoughtTheres thourhtTberell thoughtTheres
Theres murder in his eye eyes Hell stop at atxiothin at11othlnllow a ai t
i 11othlnllow 11othlnllowNolHlee xiothin now nowNoiselessly nowNolseleesty
Noiselessly NolHlee ly she slipped into the powdehouse powder powderliouse powderbouie r
house closing and barring the door behin behinher behind behind1lier behindIler d
her but quite oblivious of the fact that on onof one oneof onef e
of f her bonnet strings was caught fn n the thejamb thejawb th thJamb
jamb and fluttered flutter < < d along the outside of the thelintel thelintel tirelintel
lintel lintelShe lintelShe lintelShe
She could hear Bills stealthy tread as asbe asbe21eared h hneared he he3i
3i neared en red the space sp ce in front of the powderouse powder powderliouse powderJlouse r
liouse rouse then Ills 111 growl of i rage age at finding no noone none n none o
one ne thereUrged there thereUrged thereUrged
Urged by a forlorn hope of getting the themoney the1110ney tit titmoney
money before It could be handed hand d over to the themen themen th thwen e
men Loucks had followed Ora from the theiollgate thelol1gate thetollgate
tollgate tollgateHe lol1gateHe iollgateHe
He knew that his attempted robber robberwould robbery robberywould robberywould y
would land him in state prison if he were wereought werecaught werecaught
caught and he had determined on one finalstruggle final finalstruggle finalstruggle
struggle for the 20000 beforehe fled fledRage fledRage fledRage I
Rage and despair had driven the man mannearly mannearly mannearly I
nearly insane Ora could hear him mutter muttering mutterin mutterjug ¬ I
jug in cursesand curees nnd threats as he stood irresolute irresolutenear Irres irresolutenear lute lutenear i
near the aqueduct Then he spoke uncon uuconeciously unconsciously utlconsciously ¬ i I
sciously his thoughts as he moved nearer nearerthe nearertJle nearerI
I the powder house houseToo hOllseToo houseToo
Too late he grumbled Shes given givenBard givenBard give giveBard n
Bard the money Ye Yes she got here just on ontime ontime a atime n
time for heres the po powdertraln wdertraln all laid read readto ready readyto reayto y
to blow up the aqueduct She will tell tellwhat teUwhat tellwhat
what I did at the tollgate Maybe I wan wanget G8nget canget
get hold of her before she tells If I cantherell can cantherell carttherell
therell be no tellin by her Not in 11 this thisworld thisworM tits titsworld s
world But shes gone And Ill have to tosteal tosteal t tsteal o
steal a horse and make a break acroaft acroa the thestate Ulestate thestate
state line before the crowd gets backHe back backHe backHe
He was moving away when a agust gust Ult of wind windgently windgently win wingently d
gently swayed the hanging end of a bonnet bonnetairing bOl1netstring bonnestring t
string at the powder house doorwayThe doorway doorwayThe doorwayThe
The movement caught Loucks eyeThe eye eyeThe eyeThe
The powder house he muttered a sav savage savage sayage ¬
age joy lighting up his face Shes in inthere Inthere Inthere
there Thats her bonnet string Must Musthave Musthave Iut Iuthave
have been waitin here for Bard and andsaw saw me mecomin mecomlu mecowin
comin and run in there to hide Then shehas she shehas sheI
I has the money after all She hasnt given givenit
it up yet Twenty thousand dollarsHe dollars dollarsHe doUarHe
He ran up the steps st and tried the door doorLocked doorLocked doorLocked
Locked he growledThen growled growledThen growledThen
Then he calledOral called celledOral calledOral
Oral OralNo OralNo OralNo
No reply replyOra replyOra t
Ora OraStill OraStill OraStill
Still no It answer answerI
I know youre oure in there there girl he said saidafter saidafter saidafter
after applying applying rtis hi lily ear to the keyhole keyholeanus keyholeanusI cause causeI e
I can bear you breathe br atlle Unlock t the lt e doorIve door doorIve doerIve
Ive got aotmjtbfn to tell you I wont wontharm wontharm won wonharm t
harm you Open the door doorNo doorNo doorNo
No Bound lio movement from within withinI
I tell you I know youre theret bel ¬
lowed Lauckn frensiedly Up Open en the door doorI
I say
No NoOh NoOIIIOItClla1
Oh OIIIOItClla1 TOUWM speak can you Why wont wontyon wontyOll wontyou
yon let Ie m me M tu ThWs Theres more danger in inthere inthere inthere
there with all them t111Iupowder powder kegs an loose loosepowder loosepowder
powder than what there i Ia ootside Sposetome Spose Sposesome Spo e esome
some one was to tars a lighted match in inthrough illthr0l1l111 inthrough
through that grating Ifratlug over the door doorId doorId doorId
Id come out then Through the roofmost roof roofmost rooflUost
most likely likelyOpen likelyOpen likelyOpen
Open thut tllI t doflfor o or Im breaklt in inDo inDoalld inDoand
Do Doalld and 1I1aoullI Ill touch a match to the powder powderinhere powderin
inhere inhereShed in here hereShed b re II IIShed I
Shed do it too She never lies liesthought
r thought Loucks stepping back in alarm alarmEvery alanuijverymlnutes alarmEvetymtnukesworth
Every ijverymlnutes Evetymtnukesworth minutes worth niSney mney Someones Someonesliable SOll1eonesHable Someonesliable
< liable to come come here any secondOra second secondOra sICondOra
Ora he went on aloud alo d you saw Dies Diessin Diessill fliessin
sin at the tollgate We111ve Well Ive bound him himand binsand hintand
and locked him in there Come out or Illgo Ill Illgo Illgo
go back backand and shoot him himOra bhuOra trimOra
Ora laughed laughedYou 13tlghedVou
You Yaultatl liar I she retorted do o you suppose supposeI
I believe believe bell ve Bob BobnlefJllngd Blessing d ever let himself be bebound bebouud bebound i
bound and nd locked up by you youYou youYou
You wontcoine out outOnce oU oUOnce outOnce
Once and for allNo allNoThen allNolThen allNotThen
Then I play lilY last card The train of ofpowders ofpowders ofpowders
powders laid and a lot of kegs is piled piledunder piledunder
under the aqueduct Ill light them and andblow andblow
blow you and Blessings aqueduct sky high highGoodbye highGoodbye
Goodbye girl girlShe girlShe
She heard him strike a match matchSilently ma1chSlJently
Silently opening the door a little way she siresaw shesav sbeS3W
saw S3W him fire the train of powder powderThe powderrhe powderThe
The next instants instant forgetful of her peril perillieedleso perilheedless
heedless of all save Bles Dleslnlrs > ngs reputation reputationand reputatlolland reputationand
and the lives along the th river that thatwou thatsvoud woud d be belost belost
lost by the breaking of the dam Ora rushed rushedfrom rushedfronl
from the powder house and stamped out outthe outthe outthe
the train 8f fire fireBefore fireDeror fires <
Before Deror Stie he could 011d step baCk Bill Loucks Louckshad Lclucksluulher Louckshad
had luulher her by the throat throatTo throtltTobe
Tobe To be continued continuedTHAT contilluedTHAT
When a Youth is Sixteen and What WhatHo hut hutlIo
Ho Thinks He Then Known KnownStop Ino
Stop at any public place in town tow any anyevening anyevening
evening and listen to the talk of the aver
age kid from fourteen to twenty years of ofage
age In speaking of their mother it is the tineold
old woman of the father old man A
writer of considerable note would admonish
such unthoughtrul un thoughtful youths in this strain strainIchabod straCnIehabod
Ichabod my son methought I heard you youIIpeak youspeak
peak of your sire this morning as old oldman
man You are sixteen yeans of age are areyou
i you not JUS180 Just so that is the Age when cal
low youth has his first attack of big head headYou
You imagine at this moment that you knowit know knowIt
it all I observe by the cut of your yo r trousers
the angle of your your hat the flavor flavor of yourbreaththe your yourbreath yourbreatb
breath breaththe the style of your toothpick shoes
and the swagger of your walk that you u are arebadly arebadly
badly gone on yourself This Thl Tin is an error errorwhicb errorwhich
which your uncle can overlook but it pains painsfilm
him sorely to hear hear you speak in interns terms ofdiarepect of ofdisrepect ofdlsrepect
disrepect of one whom you should never
mention save by bythe the sacred hams nam of fathere father
Ke e may not be up to your style in the thefodern
Modern fodern odern art of making a foot 001 of himself himselfut
but ut ten t n to one he forgets more in a week weekthan
than you will ever know He may ma not notenjoy
enjoy smoking gutter snipes chopped fine fineand tiueand fineand
and wrapped in tissue paper but he has hasborne
borne born eagood a good many hard knocks for your yoursake
sake and Is entitled to all the reverence reverenceyour reverenceyour
your shallow brain can c can n master By and by byafter byalter
after you are through knowing it all andbegin and
begin to learn something aotn thing you will be
ashamed to look in the glass glas and wonderwhere wonder wonderwhere wonderwbere
where the foolkiller fool killer kept himself when you youwere youwere
were ripe for the sacrifice and then when whenthe whenthe
the old man grows tired of the journey and andstops
stops tu rest and you fold his hands haudsRcroI across acrossiris across I IhlB
his bosom and take a last look at his face facethat facethat
that has grown beautiful in death you will willfeel willfeel
feel a sting of regret that you ever spoke spokeJf
of Jf him in so grossly grosslydlsrespectrul disrespectful a nnamterAnd manner I IAnd
And when you bear other sprouts of imbe t tcUlty
duty using the language that so delighted delightedyou
I you you in the tbegerminal germinal period of manhood nnanltoodyou s sYOIl
I you ill feellike feel like chaslngtheln with 1 q lIed sledstake
I stake and crush their skulls to see if there thereis thereIs thereis
is any I brain tissue on the inside insideWhy insidelYhy
Why Vh the Doer Was Set Free rce
In the fight at Lindley the Publln Hunt Huntsection Huntsection Huntsection
section of the tie Imperial Yeomanry suffered sufferedseverely
severely Trooper William Willi ani Holmes was J r
found on o the battle field severely injuredBut injured injuredBut
But for the kindness of a Boer who sat by byhim
him all night and conveyed him in a cart a anext anext
next morning to Lindley he would prob probably t tably tably
ably have died As it was his condition conditionwas conditionwal conditionwas
was serious and a leg had to be cut off In
the course of time this very Boer was cap caplured
lured and transported beyond the seas Ha HaFrom
From his new quarters he wrote to the
trooper in n che hope that he might be able
to get him sent back to the Cape on parole paroleThe paroleThe paroleThe
The letter reached the tIn soldiers home inDublin in inDublin inDublin
Dublin before the invalided man had h d re reo returned
turned there but it was opened by his IIi hufattier
father Lord Justice Holmes who at once onceforwarded once II IIforwarded
forwarded It to Earl then Lord Roberts j jThe 11 11The
The Commanderinchief commanderin chief answered by tele Letsgraph telegraph
graph that the Boer had b had 4 been released and andWas
Was on his way home It is such sUohgmteful grateful
incidents as these that tone down to some j jextent 11 11extent
extent the horrors of war warEnglish W warEnglish lr
English Thrones ThroneeThe l lThe d dI
The TII royal thrones in England are three threein
in number the most superb being the one oneat oneI oneat
at Windsor Castle but the one most used is fathat
that in Buckingham Palace though strange strangeto
to say that at the Court of St James is the h hmost
most important of all since it is here the thesovereign h hsovereign
sovereign receives the ambassadors in intat instate
state tat says Womans Raman Lift It may be re u umembered
membered that at the opening of Parlla Parliamerit k kment
went this year King Edward had an exact
copy made of the throne in the Houses of ofParliament a aParliament
Parliament for Queen Alexandra No Nodoubt a adoubt
doubt a similar arrangement will be con ii iisidered
sidered necessary necel ary for the coming state tate fune h hlions
lions and duplicates of the other Q her thrones thronesmay a amay
may be made for HAT H < < t Majestys use u
< ij ijOne
One 011 the Bishop
w vf vfAmong
Among the many good stories told of the thenew
new bishop 1taho of London is the following rol1owin rol1owinOne
One day in the East End 11 he noticed a adirty st stdirty stIrty
dirty Irty little urchin playing beside besld the UI gutter gutterHello ftUttcrHollQ gutterHe11q
Hello my little Utt e roan man salt said the bishop Melropwho bishopwho
who is very fond of children what are ar youdoing you youdoing youdoina
doing here Making a kerf kerfrcedmV kerfreedmlwas reedral was
the reply A cathedral exclaimed e labned his 1nielordship hislordship tl
lordship lordllll lIbut but whercs the bishop Dr PrIngrams h hIngrains hIngrams
Ingrams sense of humor always keen was wasquite H Hquite Hquite
quite overcome when the stnatl bdy an answered
swered Please sir I aint got dirt enough enoughto
to make a bishop
la laWhat
What is said to be one of the earliest earliestknown
known maps of Amerite Amcd baa b bl1dfsQOv bean n dfscov dfscovered
ered in the thetlbrary library of Wolfegg III1l1tle a Je 0 0which >
which belong to Prince Von Watdjurg WatdjurgWolftgg Wah WaldurgWolfegg rll rllVolfgg
Wolftgg The map map was drawn in 1587 by byMartin
Martin Waldsee Wal aee Muller by whom America AmericaIs n nis
is said aid to have been named after the ex explover to toplorer toplorer
plorer Amerigo Vfeftpucci V Ia ucel al
By the Police of Two Cornents C Cneritsfora Con Conn
neritsfora n nents rits for a Murderer MurdererSTEWAfcT MurdererSTEWA MurdererSTEWAIT
z r
WhoSInrdcrod Who 1Iordercd Frank Ir nit IHqhttrrlsOj IHqhttrrlsOjSavanna mOh IfEghnrtlsdit IfEghnrtlsditSavannah rr1li j tr trSlnann
Savanna I11IoTho MoTito Mo The Soil of of uY1 uY1BonaireThe a alIonalreTha
lIonalreTha llormlro The Great Sleuth SI t1lh IjI Prif PrifGroiiardon PrpiF PrpiFGrouartlon l lOro
Groiiardon Oro ard 00 IfisTrall His Trail and Chasing GltajjfifcHim OI ChasingHim Mf it itlin
Him lin Round Roundthe the World WorltllM Thft lu l + uj Jf 1f 1ftlvo f
tlvo tivo Well Wall Vell Supplied With MoneyPolice Money + f fPolice i ilolice
Police officers of f two Continents contiuentssearching ddJ ddJsearchingfor5tewnrt
search searching searchingfor5tewnrt ing for Stewart Fife who is acenseiftSr acause4faving
having h murdered Frank Richardson of S SI SIvamtah 1 1val
vannali val lali Mo Io The young man is not an andlnary a adinarycrtninal rS rSdinary
dinary dinarycrtninal criminal He is the son son of a 1 mil millionaire tJilj1I0naire nrlfionalre
lionaire and when he disappeared he h i ipposed Tr Trsupposed tlfsupposed e
supposed su pposed to have had plenty of money moneyvit1t moneyvit1twhich With Withwhich lwrtltwhich
which to pay all needful expenses and tomove to tomove tomove
move about from place to place as the exi exigencies extgendCts exiencies ¬
gencies g encies of his pursuit seemed to demand demandBut demandnut dewandBut
But whether or not he will succeed in es istaping escaping 8 8caplng ¬
taping justice remains for the future to de sicterwlne determine d e >
termite On his trail is Frank Crouatdho Groiiatd Groiiatdwho Grot rd rdwho
who w ho bears the reputation of being one of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the shrewdest and most untiring detectives detectivesin
in Ii i the United States He H has hold many manynoted lUanynoted manynoted
noted cases in charge and has never ben bsenknown benknown benknown
known to give up the thepuramt pursuit until uutUMI his game gainswas gamewas In InWIlS
was driven to quarry He is known through throughout throughout throughouttlrewest ¬
out outtlrewest th west asthe a as the human bloodhound bloodhoundIt bloodhoundIt
t I It was all last Christmas eve that the tragedy tmg ly
for which Fife is wanted occurred Rich Richardson Rlehardlon Richardsou
ardson WM shot t the door of his hi wifes wifesroom wire wireroom wifesroom
room in their handsome home in the sub suburbs suborbs ub uburb ¬
orbs urb of Savannah and fell dead at her Ire feet feetNo ftetNo feetNo
No one save Mrs Richardson was al within withinhearing withinhearing withinhearing
I hearing of f the shot and she declare that thatshe thatIIhe thatshe
she saw no one one The wife was indicted ludl ted for forthe fortile forthe
the I murder and her trial is set for January JanuaryrJ Januaryof
i 13 of the coming year Not even her legalaccurst legal legalaccusers teralaccuen
a accusers I believe that she 11e actually committed connraitkdthe committedthe commlttelthe
t the I crime Ranged upon her h r side is her
t brotherinlaw 1 hrotfurdn law John D Richardson Richard I jr a aman a11Iau eman
i man I of vast 8at wealth and the Chicago man manager man manager maner ¬
a I ag ager er of the American Biscuit trust trustThe trultThe trustThis
The accusation Against Stewart Fife MrsRiehardwne Mrs MrsRichardsons MrllRlehardsons
Richardsons I friend and the sou of Richardeons Richard Richardsons Richardsons
s sons I partner came < with startling Ruiden Ruidennett suidentees u1denne
tees 1 ne a few w days day ago It adds another ele element elemeut shecut ¬
ti ment 1 un cut to the mystery which has baffled the theshrewdest theshrewdelt therewdestdetectivetl
s shrewdest sh rewdestdetectivetl detectives in America Fife Fifequietly lifequletlv Fifeuietly
q quietly uietly left Savannah six mouths II ago Hisfather His Hisfather HisCather
fi father j has a fortune reputed rep ted at 1000000 toooooaIn 1000000In 1000000In
In addition to employing Grouard the au authorities authoritles authorities ¬
tl thorities t have taken the usual course of ofsending ofsending ofsending
s sending out description picture and andamount andamount andamount
a amount of reward offered to the police ofevery of ofevery ofevery
e every c town and city in the country
Prank W V Richardson the murdered man unauwas manwas 11Iallwa
w was 1 wa a wealthy merchant In addition to tohis tohis tohis
h his I department store at Savannah Mo he heowned heowned rteawned
o owned large blocks of stock in the Amen American Amerlcan Amenn ¬
c can ca n Biscuit trust his brothers company companyand compsnyand companyand
a and r a good deal of real estate In the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighboyhood ¬
b borhood I He carried a large largelife life insuranceRichardson hllJlranceRichardllon insurance lugtranceRichardson
Richardson was wa a man noted for his hismany bismatly hismafiy
matly many I gallantries a favorite with women womenand wOll1enalld womenand
a and r most often seen in their company
Among I men he was lean popular He had hadma hadlI1any hadmany
ma I many y enemies who might Itav have killed him himexcept himexcept himexcept
e except I for the fact that Richardson himself himselfwas hlmHlfwas himselfwas
v 1 was a fearless fearle man and a dead shot shotGoasip shotGos shotGosipforsonte
Goasip Gos Gosipforsonte ip for fOrlOllle some time previous previousto to Richard Richardsons RicharoIIOns Richardsons ¬
sons murder had been busy with the nameof name nameof naweof
o of Mrs Richardson Among her reputed reputedadmirers reputedadmirers reputedadmirers
a admirers E were several neighboring
young youngmen youngmen OlluglJIen
n men and Stewart Fife now charged withRichnrdsons with withRichardsons withRichardsons
Richardsons I murder murderFifes murderFifes murderPifee
Fifes father a retired business titan at at5t
S St Joseph Mo had purchased an interest
it in Richardsons store with the intention ofturning of ofturning ofturnjng
ti turning over the partnership to his son sonStewart SOI1Stewart sou souewart
S Stewart St ewart Fife But young File busied busledbiru busledbiruself hint hintself hintsett
si self chiefly in sowing wild oats to the sain
dalof d dal of Savannah and the th country around
not drinking drlnkln too hard hnrlhe he put in a apart npart apart
part t of his time at the Richardson Rlc1lardsotPffe Rlc1lardsotPffestoreRllmor Fife
storeRllmor Rumor declared that he h spent ap llt a agood a
deal of his time in the Rtoaardson Rtoaardsonhome 1Uof ardsoll ardsollhowe
n home homeMrs II howelIrs
Mrs Richardson is a handsome dashing dashingwontan
who was brought up to spend a agreat
deal of money for her father was a arioh ach
ch ranchman of the southwest She was warfond
of all sorts sort of amusements rode well ell elldrove
a team tC m of spirited splrltedltorsee horses and man managed maned ¬
ed her own affairs wfthout much regard
the criticisms of her neighbors neighborsOn
On Christmas eve 1900 ICOO young George GeolfeCrowley
the wealthy farmer and reputed r puted putedadnlirer
of Mrs Richardson took dinner dinnerwltll
the Richardson family After dinner dinnfrbe
drove home and Richardson walked walkedeVer
to the Richardson RichardonPife Fife store storeDuring storeDurillr storeDuring
During the interval between 7 oclock oclocknd
nd about ten oclock that evening the tbemovement
of Mrs 3Ir Richardson are not nottnowu
tnowu except by her own account She ShelaYS
that she remained at home waiting waiUn for forler forr
ler r husband to come track tmck and take her to
11 < theater Richardson stayed at the storelking store storellklng
lking with the clerks and smoking hie hieligar
rA Aiitlaafterq A little after 9 oclock the elder ofs of oflis
lis s boys John enttte cattle in inOld hIDid htDid
Did your mother go to the Christmas Christmasree
ree at theljhuroh the ltureh11Ie heasked he raked the boy sud fiudleuly ¬
iVhYIIO Why no noiiuammas mammas at home said the he heblld
blld blldRlch
Richardson Rlch rdlHn grabbed his overcoat and andlulled
lulled his lint down over his bl eyes eyesHas eyeeHns eyesHas
Has it come to thist this Richardson wasard was wasICArd
ard to shout ilt t hoarsely hoorsel 09 he ran tin into the thelo
lo se seFron
From this hl time the story must be taken takenIp taken
Ip by Mrs itr Richardson Rlchard on who was the only olll olllnowneyewIUteB8
nowneyewIUteB8 eyewitness to what wb t followed Mrs Mrschardson MrsIcbardson
chardson says she heard her husbands husbandshgry husbandsIngryexclawation
Ingryexclawation hgry exclamation Has it come to this thisnd thisind
nd l that immediately afterward he pushed pUhedntollerrooUl
ntollerrooUl her Iterroour room It seemed 19 her that she sheleErt1
the steps of a second man nlanwlth with Rich RichIrdll
Irdll h in the hallI hall hallI hallX
I was sitting on a lounge behind the the10orSQyl
Mrs Richardson thinking to toump tonmp
ump out and say Boot to Mr RioHardtyDn Rlal rdl n nvhen
he came in Just an 4111t1 his foot was was en onhe
he threshold tbr hold I heard a shot and my SMS tluslaud
sank Ian k to the Hoot Then I t heard foot feottep ¬
tep going out by the back b ckw3yf ckw3yfRichardson west waytRichardson westRichardson
Richardson had been shot hot tftroqjjh the tb tblrain
lrain from behind and died instantly instantlyIm II11tantbIm instanf ly lyIm
Im going down street to get I t BOtiic pros pruntathat
I Iliad had forgotten forgottertabout about 11 b h1t re reo reonarked raarked ¬
arked to one of the cleric and and anr w want ut out outlalltily
slamming the door clod bflklnd b ldad him himIe
Ie went directly home He walked wdlkedaound wdlkedaounda around roltud
a side windowAfter window windowAfter windowArter
After Mrs Richardsons indictment fore for rorbe
be e murder of her husband her1 brotherin br t1t6 il1 il1lW
lW John D Richardson of Cbtlee CHtlMgDt C rlOl1tur rlOl1turled > oi hut ¬
to her assistance He employ cinpleyed the Ulebleat thelest
lest lawyers in the state tate todpfond tculfen l h hnd hndcceeded jnd I11Ud I11Uducceeded
cceeded last fall in bavingr h ll g lto her tQ rold roldbrill lajed td tdn
n bail of 20000 soeooOn r rOn rOu
On the night of Richafjl Klchar4Souht < < < iaV uf mfttjler m m0tder hlct hlctoung
oung 0 Fire was seers waJch1t TT ftgpt tQ11 i the Uleeigbborbood M4V
of the Rrttitd RCrtt RfaliSfdabn dagn Ol1It henie h gpie tt ttWrd
Wrd his club about aboutrooetacla loooioefc JO oalod l Itcfos He e forged ror ged ti
hurriedly his hi overcoat oe t on tits arm
Srw wanl arri r < i IK 111 declared that he had been at attlub atClub t
Club Iub all evening e < ning but this was proved provedw proved11c
w He lud been at his hilllltorand store and left lefty
r y in the evening ey < ning carrying his revolver revolvert
r t him himGerman hImi
I ° German travel r has lia discovered satire
jBt tit epitaphs in a Tyrolean cemetery cemeterya
4 a tombstone in a valley of Tux was wasascription
ascription In pious remembrance of ofQuest
Quest widow Anna Kriedi rirdifurty forty years yearsyftcob
i J y the tomb or a man who fell from at a aIi
Ii t nil was killed art the8 these words here nerecob
rrcob yftcob cob Hosennltopf from mini the roof into ill to
Siity Ity Ityt leyw
w t Curtiss bill relating to auarcb anarchy is isviII isr
r viII ving much attention as si It practically
ri out the recommendations of the
dents message messageyy ulI lIsage lIsager
r to torl
rl yy farmer whose wllo see b jintialj jrutiat only are arc given givenjtldwho ilveu
jtldwho ilwho iwbo appears to have been bcentlt3uthor beenthgathor thg author
orchis of r lljI ds own epitaph has lIlJthls this memorial IU Ulorial
Hee flVe rests in God P I I K + He lived twenty
9yu 9yulfeara s > lfeara ars as n mau man and thirtyseven years ears as
husband husbandOfte hlt band OJ OJWt
Ofte e Sunday Globe Is now mailed to tomany tomany tomany
many States and Territories It is isalso IsaSQ isalso
also aSQ the favorite Sunday morning pa pajpertff papet paper
jpertff pet of < ft visitor and residonter alike In Invim InvI InvIatis
vim vI f of these facts The Sunday Morn
Irir InlL10be Lobe will keep standing the fol ¬
lowing useful Information both as a aihlngton alitd
gLifto litd to visitors and an advertisement
1 ihlngton City is divided Into four foursatftlons tourlaOtIans
laOtIans viz Northeast Northwest
Southeast and Southwest SouthwestTfie Southweste
1fae Tfie e four atraate which run due dueuorth dueJorth dueforth
forth South and East the West line
Jbalrjg b9lq bf4J imaginary from the center of
the the capitol and named respectively
North South and Bait Capitol cU wets wetsand eta otsand etaand
and these Capitol CapltolltrtetIJ streets are the dlvld
Ing lines IJnes of the four sections of th theity tbotCY the theoft
eity oft p ae os named namedAll namedAU namedAll
All streets in each section of the theoity tbeQI theotty
oity QI are either lattered or numbered numberedAll
1trWs 1trWsS1 tr t8
All + S1 avenues run at angles to the thetriott tbetr thestrlote
strlote triott tr t and radiate from the Capitolkiln Capitol Capitolthe Capitot4
the t4 White House and several I veral of the
lager parks These avenues are arenamed are1iunes1
named for various States StatesEvery StatesEyery
Every street running East and West Westare Westare Westare
are lettered streets those running
North and South are numbered streets streetsAll streetsAll streetsAll
All lettered and numbered streets streetsare streetsare streetsare
are duplicated In each of me ue four sectiorte sec sections sectfoflS ¬
tions tionsnumbers tfoflSnumberaallott tiortenumbergallotted
numbers numberaallott allotted d to It thus thusbeginning thusbeginningat beginning beginningat
at East Grapnel street and going north northIn nortbIn northIn
In any anYQtfeet street running north of same sameth samethotlfsthouse sametl
th thotlfsthouse tl flrst house on the right will be
No 1On L il On the second square the first firsthouswill firsthous firsthollsg
houswill hous hollsg wm be No 100 and so on to the theand theend theend
end qf the street streettttiUke streetruJlke streetllr
tttiUke llr hike manner the numbers run runfrom rUntroin runfrom
from east kst Capitol street on all streets streetsrunning streetsrunl streetsruntltpg
running runl t g south of same samelb sameilb sametb
lb the same manner all streets In Inall InaUSe inall
all aUSe Sections t1ons of the olty start and num nummber number numbertt9ln ¬
ber bertt9ln fjppm a Capitol street The odd oddnumbers oddnumbe addnumbos
numbers numbe < e are always in < a the righthand righthandaid rightbandside
aid side and the even numbers on the left lefthand letthand lefthand
hand side in every street as you start startfrom starttram startfrom
from m n Capitol street In either section sectionof seotlonof sectionof
of the city dtyi cityle
i ne le house numbers on the various variousavenues variousRvenuescorrespond variousavenues
avenues Rvenuescorrespond correspond to those of thestreet the thestreet theIItreef
street to which they rim nearest par parallel paraUeI paralfol ¬
allel allelSome aUeISome alfolSome
Some of the avenues extend through throughtwo througbtwo throughtwo
two sections of the city but the house housenumbers bous bousnumbers housenumbers
numbers are not disarranged thereby therebyas
as all numbers begin at a Capitol Capltolstreet Capitolstreet Capitolstreet
street whether on an avenue or street streetBy streetBy streetBy
By tilts system of numbering houses housesany housesany housesany
any desired locality or number can be bereadily bereadily bereadily
readily found In either section of the thecity thecity
city clt
Short streets and places running runningthrough runningthrougb runningthrough
through the center of a square have havethe hav havthe havEthe
the sajtne numbers as the streets be between between h htween
tween which they run thusiadlson thusMadisonstreet thus thusiadlsonItrlot Madison Madisontreet
street In the Northwest section Is bp bptweenSeventeenth bgr bgrtween 11 11tween +
tween tweenSeventeenth Seventeenth and Eighteenth Eighteenthstreets Eighteenthstreeta Eighteenthhstreets
streets and the first house bou e on that thatstreet thll thllstreet thatstreet
street IB I 1q number 1700Washington 1700 1700Washington 1700Wa
Washington Wa lngton Is really a cosmoplltaa cosmoplltaacity cosmoplltancity cosmoplitancity
city its ft population embracing people peoplefr
fr f r m 11 parts arta of the United < t States and andRepresentatives andReprelilntatlves andRepreeentatlves
Representatives from all civilized aa natlone aatlons aattons
tlone tloneIt tlonsIt ttonsIt
It la rapidly becoming the great cen center center conter ¬
ter for holding conventions al asit aastnv aastnvbiles w wbites Q10 Q10bUes
bites and reunions and the cho chosen n city cityfor elt elttor cityfor
for Institutions of learning learningIt
It has the largest library and the themost themOlt themost
most scientific and historical colla collatlons coll colltlons colloa colloations
tlons In the country countryIt
It is a tmecca mecca of American thought in inall InaU Inall
all Its phases phasesThe phasesThe phasesThe
The general opinion outside of Wash WaabIngton Washington WashIngton
Ington Is that it Is of no account as aiSil aiSilmanufActuring a amanufacturing amanufacturing
manufacturing city but the following followingwill followingwill followingwill
will show that it stands well in com comparison comparlson comparleon ¬
parison parisonrwlth with other cities citiesCapital citiesCapital citieslapttal
Capital employed 28876000 28876000The 28876000The 28876000The
The various trades representing representingStair representingStair representingStair
Stair Builders Carpenters Painting Paintingand Paintingand Paintingand
and Paper Hanging Copper Tin and andSheet RndSheet andShoot
Sheet Iron Plumbing and Gas Fitting FittingLumber FittingLumber FittingLumber
Lumber Mills Marble and Stone StoneWorks StoneWorks StoneWorks
Works Masonry Brick Plaster and andstucco andstucco andStucco
stucco work number 653 and the num number number numbet ¬
ber i establishments of every kind in inthe Inthe inthe
the city numbers 2300 and employ employover emptorover employover
over 23000 hands handsThe handsThe handsThe
The city of Washington was Incorporated incorporated Incor lacerporated ¬
porated in 1802 1802The 1802The 1802The
The present prC ent system of numbering numberinghouses numbe numberinghouses Jng Jnghouses
houses was adopted in lo o69 o69The o08The 9 9Th
The Th shade trees of the city begun to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop their proportions and beauty beautyin beautyIn
in 1880 1880Whjn 1880WhJn 1880When
Whjn the cornerstone of the capitol capitolwas capltolwas capttqlwas
was lailii laid lu 1793 tho country around aroundWashington aroundWashington around1Vashingtpn
Washington was practically an a un unbroken unbroken unbroken ¬
broken wilderness wildernessThe wUdemessThe wildernessThe
The Government offices were first flwtopened firstopened rJt rJtopened
opened In nthe the city oU of Washington in inthe Inthe fnthe
the year yeartl800 1800 and Congress met metthell metthellfor there therefor therefor
for the fleet time In that year yearThere yearThere yearThere
There are 331 Reservations all told toldincluding toldInchldh1gthe toldincluding
including Inchldh1gthe the great Mall which ex extends extends extends ¬
tends frcto trflmtl1e fr ut the capitol to the Potomac PotomacRiver PotomacRiver PotomacRiver
River a d distance i tance of over two miles the thewlole thew thewhole
whole w ole covering Qy tlbg an area of over ° Ver 90 90acres 900 900acres 900acres °
acres acresThese acresThese acresThese
These vparka ra and reservation are arebountlfuWBUpplied areOUfll8 arebountiful
bountlfuWBUpplied bountiful supplied up plied with every known knownkind kn knownkind own ownklnrt
kind ot o lrge t feeand and shrub and number numberover numberover numberover
over OUfll8 ijQMirarletle8 varieties arletie About 3000000 3000000ornaments 3QOOOOO 3QOOOOOornamoD 3000000ornamen
ornaments ornamen foliage and flowering flovroringn t1owerln t1owerlnplants floweringplants
plants AnttrUbS n shrubs are annually Pt propo propogated Pd Pdgated
gated fn t iI I fOovernmont Pn Prop QgatJng QgatJngHouse ggatingHouse
House and D n the spring monthaare monthaaretranaplan montbBrar montbBrarinto mont iar iartrans
trans tranaplan plan eil adinto into the various r r1ou rlous parks parksthrougho pl1f1uthroug
throug througho the city
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Have been invested Inve te in the TBXAS Oir WBLtS The money soforested so soinvested 80telted
invested will doubtless bring good returns to the inwrtow I11Yfti investors when wlwnV wheni whenthe
i V f Ute SULPHUR IS REMOVED PROM THE OH and tW rht company COtttp4ittor company companyor
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UNITED IGNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY stated Itni in a recent recentUfeUn recentpUttin
ftpletin UfeUn that Texas oil contains a LARGE LARGJt PERCENTAGJJ Of OfSulphur OfSulphur f fS
Sulphur S Sulphur tphur and consequently its use is very limited Urs1 ted SULPHUR Oil OilIS 014Ituifit 011la
IS Ituifit unfitfor uiifit for domestic purposes on on account of its SuiTocatfijgfiituea SuiTocatfijgfiitueaantf suffocatin uITocallrgfuluellii gfutues gfutuesanti
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This is WASHINGTON A CORPORATION having its Home Offices in the theBOND theBOND theBOND
where where the executive officers will be glad totuect the inquiring inquiringpubW inq inquirinpub llril1g 11 11puloi
pubW puloi pub 1 We have for DEMONSTRATING PURPOSES PURPOSE erected erectcdU erectcdUm u uininV n4me
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ill interested Int rested persons can see the CRUDE Oil REINED RFFIN U and andWitness an anWitness andWitness
Witness the uses to which the different products are put putSTOCK putSTOCK putSTOCK
STOCK < Par Value 100 PER SHARE will be sold for the present presentAT pr presentAT sent sentAT5
Subject to advance without notice Small investors will have the thesame Uleame theanrae
same ame protection as the largest purchasers of stock In Qrder thatthose that thatthose thatthose
those who are unable to call during the day can be accommodated accommodatedan ilccowlllodat ilccowlllodatan
an officer of the Company will be at the office in the t1t BOND BONDBUILDING nONDDUILDING BONDBUILDING
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