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MII al > Uiillrr UU Collon oton Gin Un Jill li I Nerd NerdI NrfdIt NrfdItr eedr eedrNI
NI I shall Ihll riM again said Ilc DiJ fJ Hully Hul110 t tOH t tk I IIUH
k IUH OH reporter who called ealrl on Illrn nnd ali n nchanlcally mo moJ ni nich
J chanlcally ch ntcnlly reprtrr h hi glanced at a a 1 b honw on i bust bustNapoleon hl tffitI t f
Napoleon standing ti upon > on hia1 hl miintcl miintcldont mlntll rniinttilf I IJ
f I t J dont Naplen think IIAnlnR that Im anyvhern nn1hmo near N Npoleon N NplNn Npoleon
poleon h ht tfld Id smltins srnItlngdont srnItlngdontr m1n dont don Muppc Muppcthat IUppl IUppli
i that plNn I I do 10 nut I always nlwaYI ham IaVP hnd ii grc grcdmlraiion grtdnilratfori rlL rlLdlrnllol
r dmlraiion co for that tlt manand in my libra IhrAr IhrArJ IllirAlI
dlrnllol of Imperial Imperialabout Irnportariabout
1 have almost aimOL everything Importallo Importallof
f about him himMr himc
1 abUL Mr Ir Sully Suly Is I b keeping kreplnl Imchnlor hacmlor hAil hl hAilL nc ncwhile now nowwhl
L while Mrs fr Sully Huly Is h I awny ln Provlden ProvldenvUrttlng PrOhltnc PrOhltncltlnl ProvhlenvLattng
whl vUrttlng ltlnl h hr r people oplo Ciirllng urln up In 1 1chair hla hlachir h hI
chair ho h wnt on to say MyThree sayThree IY IYThe
I chir mind mindlooking In In100klnR I
Three years YfrA tffi ago I made up my lr
4 looking over the condition of tho cott cottIndustry cton ctonIndu cotto cotto1ndwtry <
Industry Indu try In America that thlt thero wa WR boui bouito bund bundt bounto
to t bo b a cotton oton famine A 4 year en ago ao I w wven weven
even ven moro convinced cnvinc of that fact factFortunately fa faotFortunte1y
Fortunately Fortultel or unfortunately unfortuntol for m mI me meJ mI
I came came to be iookod iooko ookcd upon Upll a as a gambler ambler ar arwhen and andhn anwhen
when hn colton coton began bgan to bull bul I began to t t r ncalv rclve rctve
calv clve letters leterl from England whero mania mamfactuma mnu mnuA maniahcttirers
A factuma taoera preached preache to the rrrill ml operative operatlvibout opratee oprateeabut operativeabout
bout abut the baneful bneru Influence Infunc of my gombllni gombllniand Inblnli Inblnliand gaznblinpand
and they wrote wote mo that I was W depriving deprlvintheir deprivingthei deprivlnthtt
their poor families tamlee of bread breadSince brcld brcldSln bread81nce
thei Since Sln pr my socalled 10cled reverses reverlemlnd revoreesmlnd1 revoreesmlnd1dont mind minddont J Jdnt
dont dnt call cl them them reverses rerlppleN rveraeepeopIeMy people say Wei Weiwhat Wel Welwhat
what wh of hli fear rer or a cotton cttn famine famln Sine Sinehes Since Sincehe SinebeR
hes he out of thn th market there thre seems 81 to ho bl h n nmore no not flmore
t more cotton cton than there waa wa wa before Well Weiwhatever Wel Wellwhatever
whtever whatever the resulls rtlull this mean succcf succcfte lucelA lucelAt ucceito
te t me 1 brought troulbt tbe world faoe fao to facwith tao fac fac1th taotIth
with 1th It great daager da r namely the impendIng Impend Impendlag ImpendIfC
lag IfC famine fallne in cottqn cottqnDo ct cottopDo
Do you realize reli > went on Mr Ir Sull Sullthat Suly Sulythat Sully SullyIht
that the th morality moralt of the world is II rea realy realywe real realbaaed 11 11based
based on cotton cton Every Ever specialist splal t acquire acquiretile acqulrpr
r we tile e habit of thinking that the th world depend dependoh depfnds depfndshs
oh ol his hs specially speciallyIsnt specialtyI
Isnt I nt morality moraly baaed bM on clothes And AndUrge Andf Andj
I j f Urge Jre majority majorly of f people pple depend almost aimneitfrely olmoEaftrlrely almostI
aftrlrely on cotton cton for their clothing Thi Thirtoy Thi Titij
I Itely thin thinUBtrueT thinkIl thinilie
j ray nay seem m birorrd but dorit you ou
UBtrueT UBtrueTThe lie tre treThe true trueThe
Il The reporter thought tourht of Hartorflcartu Hartorflcartuaid Sartor Saror Rosartus Rosartusand Rortw Rortwad
and ad acquiesced acquiescedIf aqulc od odrf
ait If there thlre were a lack of wheat whet in the Unite UniteState UnitedSate Unitectates
State Sate tates we e could culd easily ea ly import Imprt wheat from frorrtme fromIme fronI
I rtme me other country but for cotton cton America AmericM Americawel
otbr countli
Ime M well wel as tho rest of the world word depend dependshtlrely drpendAeUrely dependttrely
shtlrely eUrely ttrely upon upn America Aerc Besides lde 1de8 think thnk hoi hoirftuch howcb hoi
i rftuch cb the th alleviation aleviton of pain pan depends dependl upoi upoicotton upn upnotn upcncotton
cotton otn In fact tat whichever way you turn turrcotton turnctton turncmtton
cotton ctton U 1lndlscnsble 1lndlscnsbleWel Indispensable IndispensableWell
Well Wel ad said ald tho reporter rportr If i you foresaT foresaTthis fora foratbl foresathia
this tbl great lrat cotton cttn famine what did you In Intend Int inted
tend t d to do about It ItI ItIl
Il I wanted wate the world and d particular particularthe partclarly partclarlythe
the South Suth to t improve Iprove the conditions cnUtlnl it itraising In Ini itraishig
raising rail apd producing prl lna cotton coton They looktx looktxupon lookr lookecupon
i upon me a aa a gambler gabler It Is I true tre but never nevertheless ntwertele neverthelees
theless tele I wanted wat wt to impress IprC them the with wltlthe withf witithe
f the necessity neOly of those thOe Improvements ImprovementsWhy Iprovemlnl Iprovemlnll tmprovernenteWby
Why look lok at this thi Item Itm said lald Mr Sully Sullytaking Suly SulyI
l and d reading fron fronIt fronit
t taking tig up a newspaper newepapr rldlnf frm frmJ
I It A corgrMI congress of cotton coton men at Zuricht Zurich ZurichSwitzerland
J t Switzerland Bltzerlad passed Plte resolutions rfolutons to increasicotton increase incrrMOcton increasectton
cotton cton production pr uctlon by all al means mM1 possiblt possibltand po possihicafld lble lbleand
and to Improve Iprve the methods meths of the pro productlon producton production
ductlon ducton of that staple stple They wont tthCie t tIncrease to toi <
Increase i 4e the supply of cotton cttn in short shortthat ebortha ehorthat
that ha hat supply can be Increased IncreMe only In Inone InoM inoM
one oM place pli and Md fld that tht Is I In I tho th ho southern uther pan panof partot panof
of th the th United Unit States Stt There Tere is I some 80le cottoi cottorgrown cottoigrown coton cotonrw
of In Egypt Egyptfor Egyptfor
elsewhere course aa
grown CUle Egrt Egrtfor
for rw instance el but het that tht o fraction fraton of the to genera generaoutput general generaloutput generaloutput
output Intc Is I 1 almost aOt infinitesimal infinitesimalem IfIMial IfIMialMy
My Aim WM t to impreM upon the Suth Suther South Southera
em farmer faner that hea he Impre s the man ma that ca caImprove can canimprove ca
Improve er the product pruot by Improving IprYig an anelecting ad adlelectii and andpelectln
pelectln Iprs electing the seed 1i I cant do it but ever everfarmer eer every everyfirmer
lelectii farmer ftrer can C and nd it Is Itht the duty of the Gov Goveminent Go Goemment Gorerament
eminent I believe blle to t raise Tale money to give glvth Ile Ilethe givethe
th the farmer better beter seeds The To boll bol weev weevto w weevil weevilis vl
to certainly a detriment detrent but the root rot of th thevil the theeTlfl theevil
evil eTlfl I li s In the th deterioration deterrton of the seed seedJ Be
J ana told Mr Sully Suly put in the re reporter f reporter
1 porter porr a that tht every ever cotton ctton raising raiing farmer farmeidftwn faner faneraOw
down aOw South Suth Is I i bleaslng bleesln you for what 1hat youhave you youhave youhve
1 have done dole for him hi In i bulling bulng cotton cottonYes cttn cttnY cottonmYee
hve Yes Y replied rple Mr Sully Suly with wih a smile smileI 1 11
1 hear her they are ar You see 1 this thi In i i the first flrslyear flt fltyea firstyear
year yea that tht they tfey have realized ralz anything aything on oncotton oncottn oncOtton
cotton SInce sinc tbe war wa They never had hd adollar IT ITdollar a adola
dollar cottn on their cotton cton output before bfor But Buithis Butj Butthis
j dola this year they managed to pay p8y off 01 the old oldmortgages oldmoragl oldmortgagee
i thy
mortgages thi on mae their thei farms fanl and d to have havrpntty haeplty havepietty
pntty plty moragl comfortable cfortable balances ballC left l t ovcibesides over oerbeldu overbeeldea
beldu belduNow beeldea besides besidesNow
Now that tht not only benefits beefL the farmers formerrIn fael
In th the South but it obviously obvloUly benefits bpnnl al alAmerica al all allAmeIioft
> America I Suth For though Europe Eurpo got a good gooddeal goo gooddeal
1 deal Aerlc of our ur cotton cton there tlr th re is I the th gold Iold that thatCame thatcae thatCime
Came over In exchange echje exchangefor for it I to this lhi hi pdi iideStUl pdiStill flrp flrpStl
cae Still Stl I thinkft thlkI think ft would wo ld have been ben better betterif tpltrr tpltrrt
t if wehad we iihd had the cotton Instead ofthe ofthecold of the thegeld
I I cold 014 Mha Ndw Nd Germany GrlY 010D and Russia RU fla have havethat hle hlei havethatCottefl
i that thatCottefl thatCottefl1a Cotton CottonIs ctt
tht Is it true tre Mr Sully Sull aided a I1O Vpd the reporter re reorter reporer
j porter orter that tbe Southern SuthAm farmers farmel offered olTereii ofer offeredto I
porer t to i ralsij falI t ls a 1 million mlnon dollars dollA as n present prPnt t tetl to toI toyell
yell etl for what you have done for them ant anttat ad and andto
I 101 to eIt tat your future work workhave wonkthat ork
1 Y lt that Is II lre true Mid Mr Sllr Sully 1 1han 1hae
1 have received a 8 number numblr of letters let tl touch touchin touchinOflOtt uchlnK uchlnKUfO in inupon
upon rele that point I have not as I yet decide decldciwhat drldod drldodw decidewhat
UfO what w t action aUon I shall Ihal take tke with regard r ar to It ItAny I ItCAn7
Any I future work I shall hal do In cotton cton will wilbenefitall wi willbenfltall
benefitall ARf a America Amlrlca a as R well wel an R the formers farmersTot formersToil faerf
bef Toil YOIIO see I know kdw the cotton cton business bulnP pretty prettWell prettyel prettye1l
Well el e1l through thrugh and through thrrh Ive been bfn ai aiIt at atIt atIt
It eighteen years yearsI ye yeatiII h
II I hav have studied ItudlP the Lo business buslnC from the thrpoint thepolt thepoint
point polt hve of view of the farmers faren the mills mll and andthe an anbranch Ind Indthf
thf the eDtrll oonunPrciAl tandpolnt Wih With ocr every everybtanth
branch Of the Industry It has alwavn beentoy been beenfyIM beanfty
brob toy aim to become thoroughly familiar familiarWhat fAmiiA familiarWhst
fyIM t heme
i What then do you 01 propose prp0 to t do in the theimmediate theImelt theImmedlatefbture
Immedlatefbture immediate future Mr Sully SullyAll HunyAn SullyA1I
Imelt All that tht fture I can cn to to Improve the te conditions conditionsof coudllonR coudllonRof
of raising th tht the staple Itapll What WhAt the cotton cottonWorld coton cotonIrldnM8 cottonUIOTldteOda
World IrldnM8 UIOTldteOda Ilslnl naedti today U Ii i to work more mor Upon Uponeconomic uponi uponeoonomio
i economic enomlQ principles principlesYou prncipii
You To ae M I there Usr i II Ia a terrific rfo lot of wastage wastageat wato watoai
at ai a the present prelnt time tme between bftwtet the farmer farmerand tarer tarerd farmernd
and nd d the th spinner Iplnner the t wastage wMtlO Is 1 now about aboutn aboutper
n per cent nt Now Now1 that Is enormous pnonoul for a atattlethat al atl4
2 tattlethat tl4 thtls la so o much on on the decrease der4o an ancotton I a aotton
l I cotton cottonI t on onJ
I have a plan pl In mind of OfMlng saving a great greatroller grpatI greatportion
I portion he of that wAstage hy meaBofthe meaBoftherler meaneot the theroller
roller forton rler gin The present pret system employing employingth I ItJ
th Whitney gin Is I atroclouslv atrooloul1 had The TheWhitney TheWite TheVhitfley
Whitney Wite tJ W11tnf gin jln is I 100 10 years ytar old and quite quiteUMM quie quieuN quiteussa
UMM t by bynow bynowIII > ynaw ynawIt now nowIt
uN III It Is what la called a 1 MW gin ln and It IttMra ItI IttMr IttAira
tMra tMr the wht cotton cton I and nd BO 10 reduces rMu Its If tensile tensiletrngthaboutaOpereent tnnle tnnleI tensilestrnth
I I strnth trngthaboutaOpereent aboutSO per rent NowIfwnwork NowIfwnworkwith NOlfwlwork NOlfwlworkIC Now if we work workwith
etrthaboUOperrt with IC a gin that doesnt d0nt do that the benefit benefitIt beneft beneftI
It I at once obvious obviousThe obvlol obviousThe
The present pltnt gin it I Indeed Inded an Improve Improvement Improvei ¬
i I ment on the te old method metho of taking out the thecotton theotopwlth theoOttot
cotton otopwlth with the thl fingers fnget but blt It is l nevertheles neverthelesout neverthelC
out ot of f dat date The new nf p gin In I believe beleve the one onethat onetha onethat
that tha I have In i mind mindno no I didnt invent it itwill Itwili
will dos do he LS much work In a much better hetpr way wa wavI
I I h he hOpe pe to do all al I can cn to put It commercially cmmercaly commerciallyI
I into In to practice practiceJWlllyou nratc practIcet
t > JWlllyou fWlyou ever he be a cotton coton broker again againasked againIe againabed
asked Ie THE TiE SDK SU reporter reporterThat reporterTha reporterThat
That I ehall aba al ever step fte Into the ring rlnp again apalnII a aln alnII
II extremely txremply doubtful doubtul but that I shall shallalWayt Ihal IhalI shallalways
always aye be interested Interte In the cotton cton business businessla bu lne lnei
i I la I true t beyond the shadow of a 1 doubt doubtWont doM doMWont doubt1Wont
Wont you tell me a little ltle more about aboutth aboutte aboutthe
th te the Methods methol of o Improving Imprvin the thl seeds 8rS that thatyou IhatrO thatou
you rO ou speak k about aboutBriefly aboutBrlefy aboutBriefy
Briefly Brlefy I can cn say Ir this thl he answered answeredIf Anfred AnfredI
If I they they began nt once to Improve the theseed th th1f theseed
seed It would take at least leAt five fo yrarn p r toremedy to toremedy toI
1f remedy Its 11 present pr ent ills l but In this case caseit caseIt ue ueIt
I remfr it U I certainly better bettr Ute lte than thln never neverI ner nerI
I am m told tW that last year rer cotton cton mills millswere mil millswer
were Wtr shut hut down don for three thr months This Thisyear Til Thisyear
year year ye they the were wee closed clOe for four months monthsNext monthNeat monthsS
S Next yea 1 they will i probably pbably be h closed closedfor clol closedfor
for five fve months onU No o one can an tell what whatmav whatm whatm
mav m m happen hppe after afer that thatDont thatnnt thatflont
Dont nnt you OU see R then how ho important importantit Imporant ImporantI
it I I U I that action olon should be taken tkn Immedi Immediately Immll Immllatel immediatey ¬
ately atel to improve conditions ondltlonl The Te cotton cottonIndustrv coton cotonIndt cottonindustry
industry Indt is II so 1 nswntlal ntlal that if that in l hut shutdon hutdown hutdow
down dow the th hivao h will i encroach enroch upon almost almostevery almosteve almoste
every eve e other otbf Industry InUM InUM1Nd IndustryNow
1Nd Now that tht we e are IN speaking Ikln Mr Sully SullyaWlhererortw Sul
aWlhererortw Ida 1 rewyt letl me r why It I Is Illhat that you youratt youCmt yousTabLed
Cmt sTabLed ratt d to give lhe the Indebtedness InebtrDt to the
mmben mjmbem of r the th Cotton UOf KichinKA Fohn In t tonediilM Uu UuIhdulM tl tlsohaduiM
onediilM IhdulM mmb you CU filed nil fli d the other olhlr day dr In bn bnrttptor bank bankruplc1 hnrllptoy
rttptor mid 11 called rAlr their Ihlir account aounl r rliquidated nt ft ftitulIIIl1ell
liquidated liquidatedAt
1111111111 1111111111A At A this thll lbs Ih enCotton olon King KlnR1 hlngs fnrn rncI jcr jcrmorn gri griInane rl
morn serious serlouI 8nloul
rlMI I I ran prove hnwild beyond ond nil 11 skntli skntliof Ilnlo Ilnloor skndof
of n 1 doubt i thaithfl thai thl tie notlcoof notIce or my sttuprnsl sttuprnslwas II prlllon prlllonRII
was RII In I tho hn bunds hlnd of f Hunt MUPI MUpf r King KIIR of IhoCott IhoCottKvhnliKn the Cciii CciiiKtcIintign oi on onJ
KvhnliKn J Ihalln l iiefnr forn torl 2 ooltick 0 f chick lIk and alll hn II otlfi otlfitt olRht olRhtII nugID
tt II ID Imvn hII 114I rnwl It I Ixforn 2 oclock lly ly tee teelug rniIn rrle
III lug In f It after afllr 2 oclock > nlook olnk I wan wn saddled Iddled with withliHlnlilcdness lh an anIulnht i iI
liHlnlilcdness Iulnht I tidal d ll uitaa of if IIWV I i Iow IowIhrl it4JOtXt it4JOtXtl X XThru
Thru Ihrl l brn I offered nrrll to settle lllr with lh them themprr themJer n nlfr
prr rent rrll on Sal Saturdays uirlnya tirltrs and IX 0 no I Iwilt 1r 1rrnt it itcijit
wilt lfr In II noli not rutss And mind mhl you YOI H to vet pfr CPI CPIon rrnl rrnlni ceron
on ni Hnttirdayn Inturday prlcis IrlrI was wnl Mllni eiilni < Hiinl to over overper 1 I Ier
per er cent cpnt on 11 fir FridayV rlrIYI prices prlcl Hut Jlt thrnfuxnd th thry thryrfl tierefused
refused Jlr rfl d Wjth WJII Wit hr the I h he exception eaeept ltIOJ inn of one m mall Inn Innni hit hitcli
all ni the Cotton Otton lOI Kxohangn JxohanR people you volngalnst votld votldIRlllKt youtigalnat
ngalnst IRlllKt settling lttllJ with wi h inn IO or IIQlflgainyihiIt IIQlflgainyihiItto having iinythli iinythlito InIIII
to do with mo moWhy mpWhy mewily
Why on ono ann of these thel Cotton elton Kxchanacoountfl Kxchan Echnniaccounts Jhan A AnroountA
accounts nroountA alone Ii0M I am out 1177000 1770 Tl Tlaction Thn Thnnet Tiaction
action net 101 of tim Cotton Cnton Exchange Fchlno stuck Itlek i In ii
100000 01 on my spot pt cotton mton and Wooooo IIIOU000tiI5tnmN 100 i icustomers nn nnlllom
customers lllom accounts accunflcultompl acenu ntsctlstomprs customers who won wonhuvn wOlld wOlldhlo votlhiivtt
huvn hlo paid Jnld mo er every > ery er cent 011 alit hut he t who w wprobrtbly wi wprobably
probably prhnhly pay Il the th receiver tClvl nothlrtg
Do you Cu Intend Intnt to bring brlnl suit against Jlllt tl tlCotton tho thoCotlon ti tiCotton
Cotton Exchange ExchanlI then Mr Sully
I certainly crtnlnly Intend Intnd to stand Itand Rllr by b all ni llright ll tho thorlghtl ftnlhts
right rlghtl that I have lao I can 11 tell tel you 01 thi thiI thiI
I have absolutely abllutely no reason rasn to worry worry worryIhe on ontho r rthe <
the outcome outcmo of that mailer matr Why I ci cidemand endemand nn nndemnd
demand demnd a Jury jur trial on every ono of the theCotton thele theleCoton thetCotton
Cotton Coton Exchange accounts accountsAt aoun accountsAt l
At this thl point pint Mi MI Sully Suly again Alnln glance glancent Iance
at tho bust bUiL of the Little Llle Corporal CorporalDo Corprl CorprlDo
Do you ou know he said MidI thatonodt thatonodtshorlly that thatone ont day da dashortly
shortly horty before my assignment alalgnment a I bar barpresident bnk bnkpr banpresident
president pr ldent spokn Mpko to mo about abut Napoleon Napoleonretreat Naplon NaplonrolreaL Napoleonretreat
retreat from trm Moscow MOlcw and by the line linehis ln of ofhis C Chis <
his advice alt was Wa flattering fattrlnR enough to con conpare cm cmparA conpare
pare me to that great reaL man mn Now ow I kno knothat knw knwLhat knothat
that Im a I pigmy compared with him ar aryet anyet and andyet
yet out is l it not pllmy remarkable cmpare how low things thlnj con conout como comoout conout
outThen Then Mr Sully Sulv called aie hl h his valet change changehis chane changehis
his hi coat cat and walked walkr down to meet mepthi his par parner part partner partner
ner Mr I Fagan at the Waldorf for a liltconference ltte lttea lilt Utticonference
conference a habit which he acquired aqulre I Itho i i ithe
the to days when w pn he was king of cotton cotlonWOLLn cton ctonJfOlIn cottonwoujin
Dr Strrnbach Str nbaeh Says Sa Its Il Tone oneCan Can Be 01 n ntorecl fli flistoredTo
ItortlTo storedTo torecl To Ask Congress Conctl About It ItLACHOBSK I ItLACltOBSX
LACHOBSK LcoBSg Wls Wi is May ay 30 3Dr 30Dr Dr J Stclibach SteEr Sti SteErbach
bach of Winona proposes to mond tl tlcrack the thecrRk thcrack
crack crRk In the Liberty Lbry props bell bl bellu so 10 0 that thlt It will wi gli gliforth gho ghoforh gtvforth
forth forh sound lund as 8 It did In I the old times tme H Hsuggestion His HisSUIU III IIIeuggestion
suggestion SUIU eton Is made In i all 11 seriousness riomes arho ar and andM atihe
ho is preparing prpring to bring brig it to the attentlc attentlcof atention atentionof
of Congress CongressMr CongrM CongressMr
Mr lr Steiubach Insists that thlt the bell bel cc ccbe can canb enbe
be b mended mende to sound lund as perfectly prtedly an a bcfoi bcfoiit before beforeIt heforit
it It was wa cracked cracke and with wil the same Mmt ton tonHo tone toneHo toniHo
Ho says 8 he makes his hi assertion alerton on ll llauthority the theauthority th thauthority
authority of Herman Julius Jllul Meyer eyer of Lei Leisio Llp Lair Lairsb
sio sb 10 an expert expr mineralogist who has ha eec eecthe Bn Bnthe seethe
the process prof successfully uccAfuly undertaken und llakon ttakon wit wita J h ha
a number numbr of bells bl in Germany GermanyOIL Germanyon
Companies Cmpntll Now No Selling Stlnc eIlIn the Huulan Prpduc PrpducIlelon Poduet Poduetnelw Prodite ProditeIielov
Ilelon Coil CoilSffttal Cotral CostSpecial
Special ral Cubic neipalcn lpael to THS TI SDH SDHLONDON Su Su1ONDON L5 L5LoNxoN
LONDON May 31 3tTho 31Tho Tho newspapers le papr her herare here herelre henare
are lre making a feature of the struggle Itnllllo of thoil th thoil the theall
oil companies companlc to secure seure British Briih custom ctistorrThey cu customThey tom tomThe
The They say that tho competition cmpetiion between boten th thConsolidated the theConsoldale thConsolidated
Consoldale Consolidated Petroleum Company CoPY and adlhA adlhACaucaian th thCaucasian thCaucasian
Caucaian Caucasian Petroleum Export Company ha habeen hM hMbtn haibeen
been btn going 1ln on for some lome limp limpPrices timf timePrices
Prices have been ben steadily Iteldly cut compel compllng compllngthe Un Unthe lini linithe
the AngloAmerican Oil 01 Company mip mipported f fportod su suported
ported by the th Standard Oil 01 Company ti tisnter to toonler tcenter
enter the fight and d reduce the price prce o oRussian of ofRuslian 01Russian
Ruslian Russian oil al to five cents Mntl a gallon galon a 8 de decrease de decrae decrease
crae crease of two cents cels This Thl make the selllni selllniprice llng llngprce selliniprice
leas than cost costTho costThe
prce price le t COft COftThe
The fight fght is not expected expetr to affect a t Arrterl Arrterlan Ammcan Anlerican
can an oil oi in which the AngloAmerican AngloAmerca com compony compay cornpan
pay pan pony practically pratcaly has hI a monopoly monopolyORAXD monoply monoplyGnAND monopolyURAND
Fflch Ifdrlch Wllhelm 1UhtI of rMetkllrblcmz f Meeklelibttt Meektitb Htrellt Htrelltwa trelttuWI
> wa 81 8 5 Yean U old oldSptctol Od OdSpICai OUtSpecMI
Sptctol SpICai Cable DtipalcH Dupael la 0 TRB Tnl Tn Sow SowBEHUN 8t SexBEat1tN
BEHUN BERLN May 1ay 80 SOFrlfrlch 30Friedrlch Friedrlch Wllhelm Wllhelmrand Wihelm WihelmGrad Wilhelmrand
Grad rand Duke of MecklonburgStrelltz MecklonburgStrelz i icad I is islead
dead cad leadThe cadThe
deadTe The Te Grand Duke FrledrichtWllhelm FrledlchtWlhelm was wasxirn w wirn Wa
brn xirn irn on Oct Oc 17 1 1819 and succeeded sucpd t tle to tothe tohe
the he le throne thron in 1860 18 He was one on of th thealthient the thewealhllt thecealthkst
wealhllt ealthient of the German sovereigns soverllgn a alore a amore as asnote
more lore than onehalt onehal of the Grand Gi nd Duohyehich Duohy Duohyhich puohywhich
which hich comprises cmprllc 1131 square fuare miles mUf was waiIs wa wasus
hi us Is orlvatn property proptrty as it will wU be that o oIs of ofhi ofil
hi il Is successor IUCOIor Its Is population populaton U I about
1020 02000 102000When 02000When
When the thf Grand Duke celebrated clebrale his hlriibllee hi hisubilee
jlhlt iibllee last year be made a present prrent of sb sbints el sixents
cntR ints to each of his hit subjects subjectsF ubjol ubjolJ
ievrral Other American Amtrltanl AllO at Hln HlnEdwards Hlnw HlnwEdWrd HlnEdwards
Edwards EdWrd lee Ixrvee5pfflal leeopual Leveetpertal
5pfflal Cnbti niipotrh Dprrl In a Tan TJ Srx SrxIiONDON 5t t tI4ornoi
IiONDON 10moN May MIY 30 30Several Several America Americarero AmerlclnF AmerlclnFro Americansrc
rero ro presented prentr to the King at his Majoflty Majofltyveo MajMtyslevP Majostysevee
levP veo > by the Spanish Spah Ambassador Ambaor in thi thibsenee the thealJenl thedsenee
alJenl bsenee of Ambassador Amhlador Choato Coate The Te duty dutyipparently dutjpparently dily dilyapparnty
apparnty pparently fell flllo to the thl Spanish Spallb representative representatlvdean rrprlent tlve tlveI
I IA dean dea of tho DIplomatic Dlplomto Corns Crp Those Thosiiresented Thosetresentecl e eIJrelented
IJrelented iresented were ere F Batcheller Batcheltr A Fuller FullerV Flier FlierC
C V Hopkins W B Parcon Palon and lnl Georganderbllt Grrge GrrgeVanderbit Georg Jenrgsranderhilt
Vanderbit anderbllt Lord PelhamCllhtonpresenlei PelhamCllhtonpresenleiVilllam Pelham Clhfon Cilhton presented prlpntedWl1am presentedtllllam
Wl1am Villlam Waldorf Walorr AslorThq Astor Ator AtorThQ AstorThq
Thq King gave Iava a I private audience to toapt toCpt toapt
Cpt apt Mahan Mh U S N after the th levee leveeAXOTHER lee leeANOTHEn leveeANOTHER
Fmm rrneh men Officers omles Aeoounta Arounts S ShortMoney ShortMoneyEsent Short ortJlone ortJlonetlr Mane ManeIsrd
Isrd tlr to Suborn Wltnr Witnesses WitnessesSpectat lnrlr lnrlrSptl i iSpecial
Special Sptl Cattle Deipatch Duparel In Tat Ta 8vy 8vyPABIB BUI SrncPsis
PABIB May 30 30An An ofliccr ofcr of the name nme o oIAutricho 01 01DAulrehn ofDAutrlche
DAulrehn IAutricho attached atachod to the accountants accounlantepartment aCuntants aCuntantsdepartment accountantsIepartment
department epartment of the War Office 0rCl from whose whocccounts whoseecountA ho e eIcolnl
Icolnl ccounts It Isstated Il tdte 25000 250 francs ImClf are miss misstg miMIng missng
Ing tg ls Ilmprone imprisoned at atMontValerion Mont Valerion ale non awaiting awaitingrial aWlltng aWlltngtrial awaitingrial
courtmartial courtmartialTho
trial rial by curmria
The Th newspapers nf pApll report port that the money moneyas moneyWR monejma
WR ma as used use by the thl staff Ita to ttuborn uhor witnesses wllneesoeho wltneo wltneowho
who ho testified tclfe ogalhdt RIMt COpt C t Dreyfus at the theennes theRtmne thetennes
Rtmne tennes ennes trial Other arrests 8rr8t ate Impending ImpendingAMERICAX Impndlip ImpndlipAEnICtN Impending4MERICAN
leeti German Gt I tIn ar Prtoeior Prloc rtseW1O fib in for Kteerage KteeragePatiace trrragePasiage
Patiace ru to Tnl Tl Oodritry OodritryIpntal CitintrCaM rrt rrtCpfiai
Ipntal Cpfiai CoW Cal > Deipntchti Dtpl1e1l to 0 TH Tas SCNSOUTHAMPTON sex 5CNSUTHAMPON sexSouTltANlTON
SOUTHAMPTON SUTHAMPON May 30 SBeglnnlg 30Beginning Beginning on ontine nnJlme ontine
Jlme tine 4 with thePhiladelphiathn Ihe Phiadelphia the American Americanne Americanlie
lie ne e will wichari chargd chaigC2 2 fora for If 8 steerage Aletge passage passageho passagehn age ageTho
Tho ho officials ocias ofticl ls of the th011 lineBtato lln ostato ltte that at they they are arebllged aroontgf arethlged
bllged to follow folow the theoXrplt example of the te Ger Gerion Cernan r rm
ontgf m ion lines I no but bt they hope the culling cutig of ofilo ofrat ofate
rat ate will w not loaf IRLlonJ long longLIVERPOOL longLivanpooL
LIVERPOOL LIVERPOL May MIY 30 30No No cutting ctlnl of rates ratesus ratP
hal us yet et been Inannounce announced by L Liverpool Lhtrpol steam steamtip steamhIp tem temhip
hip lines lrcf The Te Cunard Cunari company Is BO BOir sosr
far ir unaffected unaffectedn unfeted unfetedmnm unaffectedsnama
mnm snama n ma naint ialnt hasnt Mettled tttd Monetary qnritlon quesfienpcIni qnritlonSpfoI qurlUonSelal
SpfoI Cable Cabt Drtputth Dtpalt1 lo TRB T Sme SmePANAMA Ic SuwPAtAMA
PANAMA May SO SThe 30The The convention conpnton closed closedsession coe closeda
18 a session selon today The President prident will willmediately w wImmtdlatel willnnedlately
Immtdlatel mediately convene commt the legislative body bodyspecial bory boryIn bodyt
In t special Ipcll session Mlon to attend atend to important importantalters importantmatei Importanttatters
matei alters including the monetary moneLr question questioniMOtirl queston questonUslourl questionIlasouri
iMOtirl nrpublleaiu npubltnl May Ia Indorse Inderle InderseFoik InderseFoikfor Folk Folkrer otk otkror
for Governor GoiernerKANSAS GovernorKAKAS ormor ormorKANu
KANSAS CITT CIT Mo May MlY 30 3 30Urecent Ureccnl Urlccmt con conitlon cn cndltlol conitions
dltlol itlon are ar not no changed ohaned before the last lastcok I lastreek t twek
wek reek In July Jul the most mOlt Interesting Intpltng que qUlton qUltonth queatjon queatjonhe rjon rjonle
th he le Repttbllcan Repuhlcn convention cnVtnton will wi have to deal desilth dealilh de1Ith
ilh will wil be b whether or not it will w put Mr Mroik MrFolk Mrotk
Folk oik on the ticket by h indorsing Indoting him and Ind his hisollcieo hi hirlcie hisuolicies
rlcie ollcieo and make the fight fght for the rest rOt of ofin ofIho ofho
Iho ho in ticket ticketNot tcket tcketNot ticketNot
Not long ago Igo when 1hpn Mr Folk was WI Inoutheast In InmthoAst InIouthot
Iouthot mthoAst Missouri hOUr B B Cahoon Cahon the thncognized tb tbregiz thecognixed
cognized leader leder of the Republicans Republcn in that thaturt thatpar thatart
art of the State Statehad had an I interview Interlewwlh with him himMr himI himI
par I I II ii common ta task k among among the npuhlclI Republicans RepublicansMt
In Mr C Cahoons hoona honl part partof of the thf thsStste State that lht at the theinvention theovlnlon thennvnllon
ovlnlon invention he hewlIl will l Pr make make a I fight lht to toius put u folks Toll Folksam
he ticket
nme am on e Republca flepublican tcet
coMrnnTAitiK C11FllT4 is HOMK HOMKllrl now 0 0Irl t tflri
llrl Irl tutiy nib Animlftnrrt tallnl In Mtllry Ilt nil nilAdopted I n nAdnt1 I IAanptI
Adopted Adnt1 liy I it n rntinln fnlln of Panlnr PItnr of I IUf Chl II IIllliIi
Uf 1111 1itirth nlrrh < Around Arnlnd flue tll > nrnr nrnrli nrnrJ erflelis
li J to tllt Ii lie heir 111 InMprrfldln KamllyTr KamllyTrKirriKY FanhiIlriNirripy nlltrle nlltrle1Tvr
KirriKY 1Tvr N I Mny no orom 10From From a na naless cam namoIe camies
less Ie ies fotintllng fllnlln abandoncfl alandond on a 1 doorstep doorstepthn Itlorltrp 10 10thl I Ithe
the thl most important Irportnnt personage perlonlRo In 1 a wolMdo 11110 11110do wolM welitiIo
do Io family fuml which wll1 has hn a I genealogical INII lOR lll tr trbig trcn trcnhip tnbig
big hip enough rn01Rh and 11 to spare Ipal to shelter hrl r m mmorn oo oomfro cvmore
morn mfro by adoption adopton Is II the transition tranliton tie tiehas th th1ms thll thll11M
has boon en m made do In tho lust Illt four days dlY I IFrances hy hyJrant t tirances
Frances Jrant Houghlon louhon Keith Kllh and nd she h l isut isuttwo ii iitwo I ItWI
two tWI weeks Ikl old yet rt Mrs M Keith Kflth rioesh rioeshthink dONhl dONhlIh1nk doeshthink
think that thlt Frances FrlneO can C bo 10 more than1113S than thanday tha n 8 I Idll
dll day old aie The maid thinks that the Iho Is Isleast II Isleast a aIOMt
least 12 days old but which la II rig rlglwill rlghL rlghLwi rigwIlt
will wi probably prohbly never nver bo b known knowInd knownand knownandclotsnt and anddoesnt It ItdOInt
doesnt dOInt make much difference dUrtrence for or so 10 fi fii far farM 5 5as
i as care carl and comfort are lt concerned conornod Franciwas France Francs FrancsWits
was 11 born brn on last lalt Friday morning morlnR whe wheshe when whenRho wheshe
she was M found wrapped in an old blanks blankion blet bleton
on MIss tls Mary Fentons Fentonl wrappe porch porh next net to tl tlEpiscopal tho thotplcpal th thEpiscopal
Episcopal tplcpal church That Thlt was al May 27 2 an anthat Ind IndIhnt anthat
that day da will wi be celebrated cflebratM hereafter herefor a athe a athe a athe
the anniversary of Frances rnces Houghto HoughtoKeiths HoughtonKelhA Houghto1eIths
Keiths KelhA birthday birthdayThe blrhdr blrhdrThe blrthdiyThe
The childs chid now parents parnl nro Iro Mr Ir an anMm and andMrl anMrs
Mm Mrl Charles Chales H I Keith of Xtttley Nute M MKeith Mr MrKtlth MiKeith
Keith Ktlth Is l a cousin eoulin of the Rov Dr Oeorg OeorgHoughUin Gerge GergeolRhln Oeorglloughton
HoughUin olRhln of the Little Iite Chuich Around th thCorner the theComer thCorner
Corner In Now No York which hlch accounts acounls f ftho tor tortho to tothe <
tho waifs wafl middle name Dr Houghlo Houghlowill Houghtn Houghtowill
will 1 christen the baby when the time t come comeThe cme cmeThe comeThe
The Keiths have ha ve been ben married mrie for 20 o year yeatibut yeat yearbut
but they were oro childless hUdlesl until unt tho bundl bundlwhich bundlowhich bundiwhich
which had been bon found on a 8 neighbor neighbordoorstep neighborsdooliep neighbordoorstep
doorstep dooliep was wal transferred tran8ferre to them 8 8tho So Sothe Sthe
the waif alf was al wanted and as Mrs MI Keltput Keith Keithplt Keitlput
put plt it yesterday 10Ierdar the baby was WI abanrionc abanrioncwhere abandonld ahandonewhere I Iwhere
where it was providentially prldentlly The formalties tormal formal formalities I Itlf
tlf ties of legally l8aly adopting adoptng the baby will wi h hattended he hattended I Iatende
attended atende to today todayMr toda todayMr I Ir
Mr r Keith Is a silk Ill Importer at 349 34 Brood Broarway Brod BrodWI Broodway
York YorkAH YorkAs
way New e Yor1
WI AH to the Identity Identy of the childs chldI blood bloodparents hloodparentl bloodparents
parents parentl there Is II nothing but guosaworand guosawor gUMwork gUMworkand guessworland
and some vague unsubstantiated un ubtlntated rumor rumorabout rmol rumorabout
about an automobile automobie alI going through Xutle Xutleabout Nutey Nuteyabut Nutleabout
about 0 oclock last lat Friday morning morig A Atho Al Athe
abut tho tory grew it said lald that thaLtho the automobil automobilstopped automoble automobletoppt autoinobilstopped
stopped for a minute miute In i front frnt of Miss MI Fentons Fen Fentonl Pentons
tons tonl toppt house hOW and gave particulars parlcln as to t th thcolor the theclor thcolor
color clor of the automobile automoblo and somethlni somethlniabout lomehlnl somethinalout
about the occupants but nobody nobdy ha hM beo beofound heon heonfonnd becifound
found who ho actually actualy saw that automobile automobilennd automoble automobileand
and there Is II just as much reason for be bellevlnc be believing
llevlnc leln that tho mother or whoever let lofthe lef letthe
the baby habycme came in a trolley troley car cr or walked walkedTho walkedThe
Tho milkman mikmn won Wa the first ftL person war to t dis discover dl dlpr diqcover
cover pr the foundling foundlng He le called calO Mis MisFentons MI MIFonton MtnFentons <
Fentons maid mid and soon on afterward afterwar th thexclusive tho thooxduslv thuexclusive
exclusive Colonial house and bungalow bungaknsection bungalowsEtion bungalovsection
section sEtion of Nutley Nltey won In a state tto of excite excitenent excie exciemrnt excitemoot
moot mrnt All Al tho neighbors nelphbr called cale and then therel ther thenwas
was LA a rpton reception In honor honorof of the foundlIng oundlnR
The npihl Keiths called alo ofner oftener than anbry anbryrl anybod anybodlc
el lc e and between hetwEn calls cll they talked tlt th thmatter the themattor tiematter
matter over between btwtn themselves themshf Th Thmorn The Themore Thmore
more they saw of the baby bby the morn tho thowanted they theywantM the3wanted
wanted her and by II it Friday evening the thecatnn thy thyRM the3caine
catnn RM to tho enthusiastic enthuliato conclusion cnclulion that thaafter thlt thltarpr thatafter
after arpr waiting wnltn twenty tpnt vents tnt the tlm time hai haiarrived had hadIrlr hacarrived
arrived Irlr for them thtm to have a little ltle Keith Kplh 1 1the In Inthe Itthe
the house h0l8e Miss I Fenton Fenln was WA willing llng o ocourpp of olcourse
course 01 so R the thl transfer trlfer was made madeFrances madefranO madeFrances I
Frances franO weighs wellh 12 pounds pund and ha h hi hidark hldnrk hidark I
dark blue eyes CYII Mrs fl Keith calls then thenviolet themIolet thenviolet I
violet Iolet eyes eves C and anr Mr Keith Keih agrees agrC with her heiThe herThl herThe i
The Thl hair ha eVI r all aJ the neighbors nrlghb1 say lay is going golnito goingto
to Ixs a golden Iolden hrown hrownWhen hrownWhen brownWhen I
When she he was a found Frances Fla had on i icheap a achlap acheap
cheap chlap cotton night gown and a flannel flanneekirt fanMI fanMIfkirL flannelskirt
skirt and anl was Wat Wa wrapped in an old blanket blanketThere blank blankTher blanketThere
Ther There were ere no wrapp marks mlrK on bnRY any of the cloth clothing coth cothinl clothing ¬
ing but everything was upotlewily 8ptl T clean cleanand cleanand cleanand
and inl and the childs chUrl body by sho Ihowe showed wed that It 1ad hadhiu hadhiuthe ha had hadthe hadthe
the best bt of ofcare ofcareMr care careMr careMr
Mr Keith came home from fr m bust buslnew bU bustn5s I In
n new Uvery very early Prly on Saturday Strsy with i icomplete a aplet a aocalpieta
complete plet outfitof out tof baby by clothes oloths and ad wlh a gold golcQnaln goldQhlir goldctbairl
Qnaln Qhlir just a M heavyas heavy M aan an In eight or twelve twelvtlay tweheday twelveday
day old babr hby can cn wear wMrwlth with comfort cmfort To ToJay Today Today
day the babys habY1 picture plotur was a taken and t tbrand a ahrnd abrand
hrnd brand new flag fag was WI hoisted holtM in front frnt o 91 f the theody thehouse ho hoh0I
h0I house P parly partly In honr honor of Meoral Memorial Day Dayprty Daypartly
prty partly In honor of the bIby baby and evlr every everybody
bry body was wli perfectly prfEty happy except ecpt the dog doghe dOl
The he do doe dOl arrived arlvP yesterday yestrIY from frm a friend friendhose frien friendin
i in the Wpst est It i is a thorughbr thoroughbred puppy puppyurhose ppv ppvwhos
whos urhose hose expected expted arrival I Mr Keith Keltlalked had hadtalked hia hiatalkf
talkf talked about aout for weeks arr ekB up to last lat 1 1Imely Friday
Thnt pup culdnt couldnt have had a mor more un untmely untimely
arrival arrivalTHEY arrival7ITEI
tmely timely arh arhHE1
And ind Hflp Itlp mm nm K Kup rp Jifi 111 11 Silver LUvl Wfddln WfddlnRay Wrddlnt Wedding WeddingDay
Ray Mrs Ir Hopper HopJ AssistIng AMlstlncIsaac AIUns AIUnsIRaac AssistIngIsaac
Isaac A Hopper for five fve years eat Tammany Tammanjender Tammanylender Tammanyleader
ender of the Thirtyfirst Tlrtyflt Assembly Alembly dlstrleind district districtand districttnd
and nd president of the Harlem Illem Democrat Democraticlub DemocratHub Demoratc DemoratcClub
Hub formally formaJy retired ret Ired from both office officefist ofo officeslast
hl fist t night n1lht at a dinner given to him hi at thi thiHarlem the theH theHarlem
H Harlem rlpm Casino It was wal Mr Hopper Hopperalrthday Hopers Hopersbirthday hoppersbirthday
birthday and the twentyfifth twenlyfth anniversary annlversarif annhPtar anniversaryif
of if bin marriage marrlrl e and Mrs l Hopper and her heiMends hertrend herrrlends
trend Mends had a dinner dinnr of their own In honor honoiif honorof
of if r the occasion occsion in another part of the build buildng buid buidIng buildIng
Ing ng They filed fed Into the balcony balcny of tho hi hilining big bigdining biglining
lining hall In time to hear exPostmaste exPostmasteDayton exPostmRsterDlrton oxPostmasterDayton
Dlrton Dayton pay nice nic things thln about abut Mr Hopper Hoppeiis Hoppr Hoppral
al is B he presented prlented to him In behalf of the dub cluhi clubsilver
a i silver ler service lenl of o 321 21 places that cost ft 11550 11550Mayor StR tR > 0 0Mayor OMayor
Mayor McClellan Charles Charll F Murphydeputy MurphyDeputy Murphy
deputy Police PoU Commissioner MoAvoy ann anrixSenator annexSnator amaSenator
exSnator ixSenator Charles CharlO A Towne sent fCnt letterif letter Iftr1 lettersif
of if regret relrlt Mr Murphys letter Ipter toast toastnastor tOMtmaRlor toastmaster
master Peter HendicK Hendlcl said alr showed con conilusively canculively conlucsively
culively ilusively that Mr Ir Hopper Hoppr was WI the thf rea reahlng real realthin realthing
Hn said hrhoped hr hAhoped hehoped
thin thing in Fourteenth Fourenth street Itrl le lald
hoped some day dn to sec le tho Sup SUprlnt4nrent SUprlnt4nrentof Superintendent Superintendentuf rint < ndon ndonif
of if the Building Buiding Bureau occupy ocupy the Mayors MayorYhair Mayorschair MayorahaIr
hair chairIInT haIrhURT hairIILRT
Jew ew York ork Guests of Edward WIIIU 1 In an anAecldent anAoeldtnt anAccident
Accident Aoeldtnt In Nfw i cw w Haven HavenXFW HavenNEW HavenNaw
NEW HAVEN May 30 30A 30As An a four horse horseallyho hOle hOletalyho horseallyho
talyho allyho with lh seventeen leenteR New Yorkers Yorkersibcardtho Yorker Yorkerabar YorkersLbcardthn
abar ibcardtho thn guest guet guostaof of Edward Ewar EdwardWiliisof Willis WII of New Nowfork NewYork Newrork
fork international Intratonal secretary Irtr of the ther tbeY
Y r r J M C AI A started ltrtO across arl the Ferry Fer street streetiridge ItreL ItreLbrdge streetridge
brdge ridge in I this thi thlacity city cty thin U R morning moring two freight freightnglnea freightengle freightngines
engle nglnea below began bgan to t let 1t oft of steam steamThe ltam ltamThe steamThe
The racket racet and the steam Item coming cmig throughbe through thruKh thruKhtbe
tbe be cracks In the bridge frightened frlghteno the theorsea thelote thecrass
lote crass who started Itarte to back before beore the te driver driverould drver drverculd driveruouid
culd ould control cntrl them and ad in a second ecnd the theeach thecoaoh theeach
each was overturned with wih the seventeen seventeennder seenteenlnder seventeenInder
nder It Eleven orrure women were all 11 more mor or orM orleM oress
leM ess > M Injured one of them suffering Auferlng severely severelyrom eeverelyfrom severelyrom
from rom Injur a badly brly sprained pralne ankle and all al being beingadly beig beigbaly beingadly
adly bruised bruisedMr br bruisedMr ed edMr
baly Mr WllUsa Wlls knee was Wi sprained Ipmlned and It Itt ita
a t feared he is I Injured Injued Internally Internly The Thether Theother Thether
ther 1 fpar man ma escaped Mpd with wlhslght slight scratches scratchesnd ecrMehel
and nd bruises hruu Fifteen Ilftn of the th party par were wererom wererom r
Irom rom the Grace Grao Methodist Metholt Episcopal Epicopal Church Churchi
In I i New York and were wr here hr on a sightreing sight sighting sightpflng ¬
pflng ing tour tourFOR tou touFOn tourFOR
CI ate of the State tsle of Texas TtXI Aialnit fillCompanIes OH OHCompanies OUCompnln
Companies Compnln for Violation or Law LawAUSTIN L LAUSTIN LawAusriw
AUSTIN Tex May a 30 30T6 30The The case Ce of the thetale the5talo thetate
5talo tale of Texas against alalJt the J M Guffey Guffeyetroleum Gufey GufeyPetroleum Guffeyetroleum
etroleum Company Cmpany and tho Beaumontnfederated Beaumont Beaumontnnfederalcd Beamont BeamontCnfpderatr
Cnfpderatr nnfederalcd Oil 01 and Pipe Line Lin companies companiesrth cmplnP
btb rth of Beaumont Btaumont for penalties penalllA aggregat aggregatig aglregat aglregatInl
Inl ig 12250000 22 O0 for alleged alegr violation of thonilTrust tho thoAntlTrt thentlTrust
AntlTrt nilTrust law went rnt to trial in the district districtaunt dlslrlcturt ditrict ditrictcurt
curt aunt > urt hero to toda today day It I Is I alleged alege in the theiaintlffs theplint thelaintlifs
plint iaintlffs II petition potton that the Gutfey GUIer company companyxjulrod cmpany cmpanyacuire companycquired
acuire xjulrod the holdings holdigs of the Beaumont Beaumontsnfederated Baumont BaumontCnreratf Beaumontnfcderated
Cnreratf snfederated for the thf purpose pltOe purpoeeot of limiting lmi Il the thereduction theproductin theroduction
productin reduction of the latter later company cmpay and of ofJier ofotr ofther
otr Jier acts atl In restraint rcstralntof of trade tradeCol trat tradeCot
Cot J M annoy Gufer the tle well w1 known Demo Demoad Demotat Demoratic
tat ratic I Itdor leader o of Pennsylvania I Is at the thehelf theP551st
helf P551st ad fr f IlioQulTey tho Qufey company cmpany The Te case Isring Is IsIng I
belnj ring Ing tried t rll before brore a ajuny jury jUf the mo mot most l of whom whome whomnre
nre re e farmer Tetfmonr Testimony wa WI was offered olere by bytaumont byI
the he Stat State showing that tholdlna tMhoiding of thf the theleaumont
DtaumonL taumont Cnfert Confederated were wer acquired acquiredy
I y y the Ouffey Oule company cmpay and ad that tome oftie of ofle oft
t tie le I officers otot of the t twocompanies tw two CmWN compaalei ware wareIB
t IB e same eame
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K genial m l WM A th thl the son lon of r Jamal mal lln llnhorn Jflt aL aLborn
I IsmIl ll of I Irian b bhnn Ishan
horn the hn names of o AdDin ADln ImAI m
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han rian Homo MX 111 or seven Ilyen centtirle clnturlM AlO ago o osang I Isang he heAnnR
sang of toys nnd wIno lno and Rne jlorloti glOtiOtIIWMnf glOtiOtIIWMnfanti Iolol worn wornand Wfn WfnInrl
and Inrl nit nllortl sorts of Jolly Joly thing thlfl of thnt ki kiAM kind kindM ksr ksras
AM he Ml t In tht the hn shady Ihndr grove IroVM of 0 for off or 11 11linn J Jhnn 1sf 1sfhan
linn and fnll hl hIs vnroi verses 1 have over or sInce Inct has haslft l Illn IllnI > c clift
lift I r to HA 11 neglected MlloCllllmOnllhn among the musty mlsty man manscripts mAnu mAnuAcrlptl menuscripts
Acrlptl scripts of museums mUlflM and place p pecptn pecptnprincipally op opprlnolpnlly
principally prlnlpnly by neotaclerl Iftaelcr old gontlom gontlomIn I IIn
In search Irarrh of matters matol more morl sedate sedateAh sdmtaAlt drto drtoAll
Ah those IhO old Persian 101110 poets with wih theItnlmlyyiit the thllr thllrlubIYYlt thaiItuhaiyyut
Itnlmlyyiit lubIYYlt nnd nd Kasslda K lld their ghnrnU or ortheir and andthplr antheir
their ghftoos and nil I the other forms formsgurgling torml 01 01RuralnR c cgurgling >
RuralnR gurgling verbal rhnl oriental mclodyl Whn WhnMngs Vhnsongs Vh
1 songs they the sung Innl And Ind whnt a high old tlrthey tint tme tmetbey tintthey
they must mUlt have hf hndl Moonlight Monllht and pe peroeea pale palerOp8 pal palroses
roses rOp8 heavy with tho evening fvlnlnl dew dlw four foutAlni toun tountln fourtaints
taints tln softly IoUy plashing pl8hlng and nd the hulbul hulbuillnging hulbuillngingto clngh clnghto singinto
to the gui 11 while whie everywhere everyhere are lovewhispering love loverl lovotwhispering
whispering hllfrlna In shaded ehade bowers bwer and the a aIn air al alis
In heavy hllwy with odors odol of musk muk of attar Rttr ar arof 8nd 8ndof anof
of nmorlril ambergris Theirs Thelt WM l a world where whereman wheraiman I Iman
man made a mock of time tme gave up tl tlgoldan thl th thgolden I IRoldtn
golden Roldtn hours hout of the night to laughter loi loiand lovf lovfRnd byand
and wine and song and ad let the morro morroand morow morowRnd morroand
and the mornings moring headache take Its 11 chance chancA chanceA
A world worlr above whoso holo portals porlal might hay haihung bave bavehunK hayhung
hung the old Inscription InscriptionOuri Inlrlpton InlrlptonDur
Ouri Dur Is the nlitht nilbl and this Ihl rwolve rtlv we mAke ntkIf mAkeI caskIf
If I d dawn wn t1 wUt r l break well let the damned thin thlibreak tblnr thinbreak I Ibreak
break breakAnd breakAnd I Ind
And nd now of alt 11 their hcir songs and nil ni the thelove their theirlov thellove
love lov and nd laughter there remain remin but a fe fefaded fefaded
faded tadId parchmentstlcketed parrhmentstlckete and tucked awa awaIn aay aayIn awain
In the cabinets cablnetl of university libraries librariesnational Ibrarlt or ornatonl a anational <
national natonl museums mu eu or among the collection collectlorof olecton olectonof
of some Imo Oriental potentate polen tate or modern moem ml mlllonairo ml mU mUIlonaire
llonairo llonairoFiuGerald 10nalre 10nalreFit7Gerald IlonaireFitzGerald
FitzGerald Fit7Gerald made old Omar known an anloved and andloved anloved
loved and has h thus thul shown the way ar to man manimitators many manyImltatol manImitators
Imltatol imitators and by a happy chance we flu flusome fnd fndlomo finsome
some lomo quatrains qUltralnl now first fMt presented prNnted presentedOccidental 1 1Occidental to toOccldfntAI
under the title of Tr ThHundred TrHundred
Occidental OccldfntAI readers reldet undlr tll Te TeHundre
Hundred Hundre Love Songs of Kamal AdDin AdDinIsfahan of ofI < cIsfahan
Isfahan I fnha now nw first frlt translated tran lated from tr trPersian the thePeliln th thPersian
Persian Peliln by b Louis LulA H Gray and ad done let intEnglish Into IntoFnllfh letEnglish
English Fnllfh verso vrrA by Ethel Watts WatA Mumford MumfordCharlea MumfordCharlf bfumfordCharles
Charles Charlf Scrlbners rlbner Sons SonsKamnl SM SMKamA SonsKamal
Kamnl KamA sang 8an many songs and preumabl preumablhad preumablyhac
had hac many loves loe and from the little ItJp wo 10 kno1of know knowof knouof
of him we may well pl believe 10 that ho WM M onof on onof ana anaor
of tho boys boy In his earlier earler years YMI But th thlady tho tholady thlady
lady of his hi latest latet lon proved false fle and s sIn sin 0 0In
In middle mldrll life le he hI sought the society loclty of hoi hoimen holy holymen homsn
men dressed dreAr hlmtelf In rags rl s and became bocme becameatifi i inufl a aRUt
nufl RUt Hut the Ih Mongols came le and mur muidered murderr murdercd
dered derr him and the legend goes gOl that at th thmoment the themoment thimoment
moment of his death he wrote 1rote In his bl ow owblood own ownblood owibl
blood bl d an In epitaph epitph that shows fho he had a pens pensof eensiof enle enleof
of hUmor hUmorBe hUmorone
one Be patient ptent 0 my soul now no nhalt thou learn learnIn teamIn learnIn
In wbat bst trance ways ar God doth 10tb mans loT lorreward toe toer loTreward
reward rewardThe r rewardThe ard ardThA
The verses eme here translated tmnlated deal dlat with th thsadness tie thofdneM tiesadness
sadness fdneM sadness and the passion pMslof of an unrequltex unrequltexovo unreuie unrequitelovea
10oa lovea ovo a piteous plous and a perennial prennial theme themefhn thomeTho themeThe
The poet had evidently rvldpnty eel his young bu buxporlenced hut huteXprened buexperienced
experienced eXprened affections aecto upon one of th thloWe the Ihelokle theflokle <
loWe lokle Indies IRdip of tho old profession pofEIlon and Bhe BheIrtlted shttreated hi hitreated
Irtlted treated him hi In the old time tme honored way wayJut wayBut ay ayBut
But Jut fair and softly W Let Doctor Gray pre preent prE prEsen present
sen sent the lady in his Introductory Introductor remarks remarksKamals Imarks remarksKainals
Kamals beloved helOed was wa of the daughter daughterif daughtel
of joy twining twlnln her hair like lke Lllith Lith about abouthe aboutthe
the he hearts of men mln Before the th hlerodula hlerodulaif hlerodulS hieroduof
of if Astarte Astlrte the poets pol and the artists artlll of al algen al all allages
alPhlve ages gen have made themselves themloel an offering offeringLeflbia ofering offeringteehia
Leflbia Cynthia Delia Pela Corlnna Corinn did the thelot they theynot theynot
not Inspire Inpire the noblest nohllt poems poeml of love that thaatln thatLtin thatLatin
Ltin Latin verse ve1e has ha ever known Was a it not nothryne notPhre notPhryne
hryne who ho was the glory Ilory of Praxiteles Praxitelesinpasla PraleJe3 PraleJe3AlpMla PraxlteesAuupaaia
AlpMla inpasla who cast her glamour over oer the age ageif ageo ageof
of if Perickfl Perlcl India knows knowl the tale of Bhar Bharrlhari Bhartrlhar Bhartrihari
o trlhar rlhari and China the tragic lovelegem lovelegemf
of f Sal njjkft Tl3 Everywhere erywher and ever th thod the thegod theRod <
god od and 1iQ the BayadereI B aderpl f0 So was 14 It It with wltllamal withICamal lh lhKmal
Kmal lamal He too loved ovc one who 1ho perchance perchanciike perhance perhanceIkA
IkA ike Rahab Hhab In Jericho of old dwelt upon Ipon the thenrall thewal theirali
wal nrall There Thfre her gaze gazl might wander over overhn overthAfalr overLhe
thAfalr hn fair city cty of f Isfahan faan and from her window windowhe windowIhe windowthe
Ihe he might behold bhold him fallen falpn at her gate gaterhile gatewhie gateshils
whie rhile from the thl casement Cment floated loatpd her laugh laughera laughers laughtr
tr era mockery mockeryShe mocker mockeryShe
She seems eem to have had no time tme for the theloet thepot theOOt
pot loet though thts his eloquence might well wellave wel wellave
have ave moved moe her to t compassionMr compassion compa810n compa810ny
Mr y love for or thee 0 thou thol tin worlds diMlrr diMlrro le denirStotb lr lrDolb
Dolb > o h fill 11 with lb anculfh street my lonilnt lSnln nrlnr aoul aoulttoout aoulAboul soulbout
bout my broken heart thy tresses ttSeS roll rollind rnl rolltad
And bind b Inl It I whole again i ln With wlb xliii bands of fire fireAnd nr flreAnd
And again againIn
In hopeless londnt lonrlnl all al men to thr door doorIMW dnnrnra doorpraw
nra IMW nub then thn turn a lay swar r with wtb anrulihed anruUbd hearts heartsret hearl heartYet
ret ei lore lo the thee slllll stli Ob Mran Iranrs thy subtle auble arts srtsThat an anbl artshst
That bl keep them IbO all al thy slaves forever more moreBut moreBut moreBut
But she was obdurate and the door dor wa waocked wal was wasocked
loked ocked She may have hI been busy or per perlaps fr frha periaps
ha laps It was W the wardmans wnrdm n day to call callit cal callt
At it t that very moment she he miy hove he beer beerounling beenounting I Iuntng
ounling untng out tho weekly tribute money moneyo monr I Ito
to o the te genial pnlal guardian puardlnn of the morals D0r1R of ofho attb ofbo
tb ho tenderloin tnrrloln of Isfahan Or Orwel Orwell Orwellhere well wellhere
thet here are r so many reasons rons why the pies presence pr8 pr8ence piesflee ¬
ence of a lovelorn poet po may la have been beennconvenient b beenneonvenient n nInompnlpnt
nconvenient 80 he wa was I fain to stay Itl out outIde outAide outdde
Aide Ide and console ronfole himself hlmpl with Ith the enum enumrallou enumernton enumratioui
ernton rallou of o the loved ones charms charmshe han hanTh
Th ihe he lurking Ilrklnr dimple that divides thy chin chinolds eblnInld chinlodc
Inld olds rrtaer ereater reater peril peU than the deep ra1ne ravinenine ra1neThine ra1neihine
Thine nine eyes ee are wen oer which hleb t dared to lean leanind leanAnd leanthd
And now n alas My M heart bath fallen taleR In InThoro InTher inThem
Them Ther are ar one hundred hundNd quatrains qlatralnl alto altoether alo alogethlr altoether
gethlr ether mostly m01ty melancholy melanholy Our extracts extractshow extrcts extrctsshow extractshow
how the graceful Iracoful quality qualty and the le musicif music mU lo loof
of if f Mrs rl MUmfords rendering We feel feelrateful fel felgrateful feelratcfuI
grateful rateful to to her for having hainl for good goodinasure goodnoasuro ood oodmnaur
mnaur inasure added a 1 one hundred hundrd and first flrstitanza ftt fttBlnz firstitanza
Blnz itanza that shows howl the poet pot In more satis satisactory It sati satiaetory
faclor actory mood This Thil is libelled beled Loves Lovesfulfilment Loel Loveslulfllmcnt
Fulnment fulfilment and It runs runsast runl runlLt runstast
Lt ast < night nlrht the wellbeloved Wtn htlotd came to me meIte meAle maAte
Ale Ate ol mr bread and Id drank mr crimson wine wineatt sineact IM IMI
I act night nilhi ls last t nlfht the hearts btuls desire was mint mintwist OIDe OIDeLst catnersst
Lst wist nltht nlrbl I tae ta Love e holpltallt holpltalltAnd hnlllalt hnlllaltAnd hoipltaItttAnd
And so fO we leae the good Iood old drpmedaryvidently drpmedary drpmedaryvidently drpmcdar
eldenty vidently feeling f l better heter than he dd ddMAX ddI4IMJ ddil4XIAC
Fanell ranch E Park l rlvri > Em Prom Fom a Sleep Sleeping leep leeping ¬
ing Car Early EArl In the the Morning MorningBOSTON MorningBOSTON fonlnlBosTON
BOSTON May SO sFrancIA soFrancis Francis E Park Parkif ParkWlnchestcr
rut f Winchester became beame a raving rainl manlao manlaoi
In ni i a sleeping Iloeplng car of the Boston nlton and Albany Albanyallroad Albanytailroad Albny AlbnyRirod
Rirod allroad at West WPt Brookfleld Brookfeld early yester yesteray yesterlay Oter Oterday
day ay morning moring He broka about abut everything everythingf everyhing everyhingof
of uf f any ay value in the car Passengers PMngen were wereoroea wereforced er
forced oroea to flee ft and the porter who was washo 11 wasthe
for the ho last to leave leavethe the car ca had prer a water tank tankhrown tankthrwn tankhrnwn
thrwn hrown at him by the Insane InNne man manWord mln mlnWord manWord
Word was WI telephoped telephoc to Worcester WorC r from fromF IromWet fromcest
Wet cest F st Brookfleld Brokfeld that tht a lunatic lunatc was wa In the thear tMcarld theer
ar and officers were sent to t the station stationhe stationThe stationrho
The carld he policemen onCt handcuffed hanrclte wer Parks Park and Ind he heran heWi herap
ran placed plcemen In the McLean Asvlum AsvlumParks AsvlumParkl AsylumParks
Wi Parks Parkl plae Is I said Mlr to have M made a lot of money moneyecently monpyntly moneycently
ecently ntly through thruRh an invention Inenton and ad the thetrain thl thetrain
Itmln train overcame overcme his hil brain Last LMt Wednes Wednesay Wenef Wednealay
lay ay he went to New York and bought blght son sonickknlvps 1 s10 s10ackknivrs
jt ickknlvps kknl which he gave 8e to toboys boys b for show ahowig Iho Ihoig showng
ig ig him the town townVRIEIt townRURIEI townWRIRI
atiRht In a Blizzard RUzzrl a Brattle Man Ian Gives GlveiLnancl Ghrtpnd GivesLpsnd
Cnlht Lnancl tpnd Hut Hlirompmnlon H II companIon ompnlon tb tt ti nurHlm nurHlmVANCOUVER Out Him HimVANCOUVR HimVASCOUVEIt
VANCOUVER VANCOUVR B C May SO BMr SOMr Mr Williams Williamssf
of Vancouver srcolr returned from lrm western westernlaslta wfter westernJasica
AlaBka laslta says laY that F Stevens of Seattle Seattlend Bltle Bltlend Seattlemd
nd a companion ompnlon were wee caught caugh in a 1 terrific terrificlowstorm terlfo terlfoon terrificnowatorm
lowstorm on Vakataki Yakatkl Beach ch Alaska Alaskaft Auka AukaAtr Muicafter
fter ft r wandering wanderingjor for hour hour Stevens refused refusedcomfort rfuse refuseda
Atr a go further He blle begged hi companion
t oomPnlon oomPnlonto
to 0 bury him In eno snow so that he culd could die dieI diecomfort
I comfort comfortWilliams cmfort cmfortWIlam comfortWilliams
Williams WIlam revived rei the dying man several severalme veral veralirnea rAI rAItme
irnea me but finally Inaly gave up the thf hopelesstsk hopeless hoplel
tme tMk ask Stevens 8tolns all 11 the time up hogging bgging to tl b bJried be beuried
hured Jried so 0 at a to escape esc the biting bllnR cold blasts blastst blat blatAt
At it t last 11t In despair d Wllll Wliaml Wlilismagramted m granted Stay BterrequMt Btp Btpeaa Staynis
eaa nis > request rfUHt plr H Hi He ooverKl < Stevens Stvene le with withow wih wihto withmow
mow ow to a dpth d dpt pth of onl sivanal Mv ral 1 feet fe fet t and left laftm 11ft 11fthm leftm
hm m todie tode X A w we week k lat lt latar frisada tnc found foundM foundtiobody
teb tiobody M body frozen fr stir at
TURKU lB HUNT FNr TO ttonftTAt ttonftTAtFlftfrn nOfA RP RPlqwKrn rVEN rVENIOeK
Fifteen FUtfn hundred lanlrd Angry An Negroes No Picas toritho P1 Picasthe
the thf Hlrrrli and nit n Hurl Ittrl Brlrfci it t Poll PollAll PCIII PoutAll
All Al llfNMiifl Icu Annrtta AnlUA stones rnnr I INot III Irnt
Not Ge 10 o to Plcnlr rmlrConduttor IlenleCenitueter fonttuctor MitiliHovoral Manic ManicSeveral ulI ulIfllonl
Several fllonl fights flhtl among anion f g nfrrooi lo living livingtho Ihln livinghit In Inth
hit tho th neighborhood neljhbrhood between hetwen laflth end In1 I18t I18tstreets IM IMstreet lth lthtrel
street trel and Ryder and Ind Third nvoniios onUM kn kntho krt krtthe hethe
the police plco of the thl Alexander Alnxanclr avenue statl statlbusy ilaton ilatonbUlY statlobusy <
busy last lat night Three hro persons ptonl wore so soto Ilnt ear earto
to tho hospital hOplal And seven le n arrests arrellw were re madAt mar marAt mad madoI
At I tone one time tmo the police plce had a good aired Ize rl rlon riot riotor nc ncon
on or their hands handsTh hnd hndTh handsThe
Th Th The row rol started ltt < the police ple said Ialr tut tutresult I asresult 4 4rOlult
result rOlult of Jealousy jeAloul1 between btwen a numbernegroes number numbernegroes numhr ot otnegres
negroes negres for the attentions atonto of ono on gliAnnotta gli grl grlAnnlt girAnrtetta
Annotta Annlt Jones Jane of 48 481 East Et I8flth street streettho Itret II IIthe I Ithe
the girl ll She U 118 18 I years yea1 old olr and U 1 know knovoa knon knonn knowas
oa the betlo belo of Coontown CoontownThere Coontwn CoontwnTher CoontownThere
n There Ther was a8 a negro ngro picnic In The Broiywtorday Broi Bronx Bronxjtordy Bronyesterday
yesterday and the gay Iay youths youthl of the neg negcolony negro negrocolony negrcolony
colony jtordy were all a1 anxious anxlol8 to take Annct Annctas Anncta Annctaa Annettas
as a their best bt girl The belle belo was so omlch omlchdlturbd mti mtidisturbed muc mucdisturbed <
disturbed dlturbd at the number numbr of Invltntloiahe invitation Invltllons Invltllonshe invitationahe
ahe he got ot that she was 8 either eiher unable Inable to pEel picpicking pick pickout pEelout
out the mOt most desirable man 10 go wihr wihrele witho withoelse
else th Ih8 aha didnt 1ant want to olend offend the rest t by byplcklnc It Itpicking
picking ele out one as D her company companyany A Aany At Atany
any rate mL she he announced announc that tha she Ihe wouldn wouldngo wouldntgo
go to tolhe the picnic picnicWhen picnicWhen picnicWhen
When a number numbr of the negroes ngro roturm roturmfrom reture returneifrom
from the picnic last night nllht tho fightin fightinstreet nghtn nghtnbga fightinbegan
began John Paine 01 504 6 WCL West 1251h 1251hetrnt 25t 25tstreet
etrnt street bga was 08 Joh tho first frt man laid Illd out with withbullethple wih a abu1e I Ibullethoie
bullethple hole In the cheek chek John Smith Mmlh i of ofE o
bu1e 408 East 131th ISlth i street stret was arrested for shoo shooIng shooting hootIg
Ing Ig E him hi Paine Paie after atr bang bnl shot ran r int intto ito itoa intua
a lumbr Eumber yard and ad from there he was takei takeito lake
to the th Lincoln Licol Hospital HospitalThen HOlplal HospitalThen
Then Chester Hargrave of 473 East 138t 138tTwo 1381h 1381hstret I3t1street
street Ten W wan ceter hl hit on onthehead the head with a blackjack hlackjakTwo blackjackTwo
Two colored clore men were wer arrested dlte for assault araaultIng Rult RultIng assaulting
Ing him Hargrave went to tho hospitaland hospital hospitaland hospita
and he was wa soon son followed foloM by Stella Stela Hall Hal
20 years old of 427 27 East Jat 138th street strct SomE Somone Smo Smoone SomEone
one eat threw oldbOf her er downstairs dO tall and when hn oh ohwas fhl shc shcwas
was WR picked picke up It was M found that she had hadfractured ha hadfractured a afracture <
fractured skull skullWhile ekullWhile tkul
fracture While all al this thi was W going golR on there wa watreat w wrat waigreat
treat rat Whie excitement fclemot in the neighborhood neighborhoodand neighborhoo neighborhoodAbout
About < 15 100 negrC negroes parare paraded the ftretl ftretland streotu streotuand
and there ther were wer many impromptu Impromptl scrap scrapwhich serapewhich
which did not no result rul seriously leriou ly enough Pl0ulh Cap fo fothe for forthe tothe
the attention of the th police pole or an nnibulanc nnibulancsurgeon ambulac ambulaceUrgon anbulanmsurgeon
surgeon eUrgon attnton Finally Finaly Capt Cpt OooghpRan Gcghfan of th thAlexander the theAlexndpr thuAlexander
Alexander Alexndpr avenue station turned turnr out threserves th th thureserves
reserves in tho hope that that a number Ilmhr ntuinb r o opolicemen of ofplCmen opolicemen
policemen f1rC would quiet the turbulent trhlirnt crowdThe crowd crowdThe crodTho
plCmen The neRne n Meq didnt take kindly to t the thipresence thepronce thepresenen
presence of the policemen plcmen Sorgt Srgt Fart Fnrwas FurrW Fartwas
was pronce W hit on the head hlM with a brick hut asid asidfrom aldetrm asidufrom
from trm getting a scalp 8e1p wound wOlnd and boinf boinfstunned bllK bllKstJne beinpstunned
stunned he wasnt 1nt badly bldly hurt hlrt CaptGeoghegan Capt CnplQeoghegan CaptOeghtgln
Qeoghegan Oeghtgln just j ft gotoutof put out of the thl way WU In tim timto tme tmel timito
to miss almost nlmolt a cartload cartoad of bricks brlckl thawere tim Ihatwem timwere
were l mis dumped from frm the to roof of a house hOUM li li130th i inlMttt
130th street strcotSoon streetSoon trt trtSoon
13th Soon after afer tho arrival Arrial of the police polo e eThird i iThird a aTir
Third Tir avenue car r carrying Crrylnl about fort fortnegroes forty fortynegrO fortynegroes
negroes stopped at IMth l3th street ft ro t Almosoverybody Almost Almosteverybody t tovery
everybody overy bdy topp in tho car was Wa fl fighting flhtlng Abraham AbrahanCohen AbrahamChen AbrahatxCohen
Cohen the conductor cnductor Cohen was wa on tin tinfloor the thefoor thcfloor
Chen floor foor being to lnR jumped jump upon upn when tho police pollcirescued pl policerescued co corecue
rescued him He picked out two men mcnbelnl ai aibeing anbeing
being recue tho first frst to assault alult him and the thewere they thcyere theywere
were belnl ere arrested arPAte At At midnight mldni ht therewas therewassmall thtrewaR a amal a asmall I
small mal scrap 8ap every err now no and then but thi thipolice the thepll thspolice
police said Ild they the didnt think anything anythlnjmore anythingmore anythingmore
more pll serious would ould happen happensoxa happn happnSOXG happenSONG
Admls Admit That Tt He lt Bold old Miss II Jacobs Iarbs HIs Dlamond Dtamond HIsmend
mond King Rlnl In a l Pawnshop PawnshopDavid mwmhopDavid mshopDald
David Richa Rich a writer lrol of songs o was walarrCtM walarrCtMIMt arreste arrestelaat arreetelast
last night at his hi residence rellden 10A Morningsid Morningsidavenue Morlnglido MorlnglidoaVPIIS Momingaldeaventie
aVPIIS avenue by Detective Edward E1Rrd F McAvo McAvoand McAvoy McAvoyad Mcivoyand
ad and locked loce up in the West WPt 125th 12 t street atreestation streetstation tret tretItaton
Itaton station on the complaint of Miss Mis Emma ErnnvJacobs EmmaJacobi
Jacobs of 440 40 St Nicholas Nichols avenue whiaya whoays who evhcsays
says < that tat Rich took a diamond diamod ring rngof of her herand hersand bpr
ad and sold it itRich ItRich itRich
Rich had called cle on thp young young woman womaiseveral womanseveral oman omansecral
several times at her home and id wlyle w te there thehan thMeon thereon
on the evening of March Mlrch 19 last l t he saw IIW i ijlamond a adiamond adiamond
diamond ring on her finger nn r which hlch he ad adulred admire admired
mired very much She says 8a1 Rich Rch ask asktier Mkr asked askedher
her to let er him try tr the ring on put It on am amMid Id Idsid utnd utndsaid
sid Mid that It fitted ftf so 10 tightly that ho could couknot culd culdnot couldnot
not get it off of of He told tolr her that ho would woulrto wouldgo old oldgo
go to toajeweller too to a jeweller and have it cut ut off 01 Miss MisiJacobs Missacobs 1IfA 1IfAJacob
Jacobs waited waied for several weeks Ek and d then thertrent tcn tcnwtnt thenwent
trent to the police policeRich policeRich
polee poleeRih
Rich Rih told Sergt Sergt Wolf that he had Bolt Boltho Ild Ildtho soldthc
ho ring for fS to R 1 jeweller jEweler named naml Tlsch Tifh ai aiElohth at atFhrhth atEiahth
Elohth avenue aycnue and Inrl21t 121st l2lststreet Itft twt Herealizec Herealizecthat He rpalzM rpalzMthat realized realizedthat
Fhrhth that the fix fx he h had gotten himself hlm elf into intogrould Int intowould
would family bring disgrace dilgrlce upon upn himself himsl and hit hitfamily hi hifamiy hifamily
famiy His Hi latest lateft song is 11 Iuella Luela Rich Richwild Urh Urh8ld 11kbtald
8ld wild that he must sonl have been crazy when whenle whentit hen henhe
he tit le took the ring and sold flrl it He liven 1 with withils withhl9 withttlu
ils sister lter in I nicely furnished furlhed apartments apartmentsRAX apartmentsnAN apartmentsRAN
do Iloy ay on Bike Dke Falls Car CI on OI Track Tk Smashes fimasheAsa Smashls SmashlslamI Smashestamps
lamI tamps tampsAM
AM Brown 15 years yelrA old of 0 Douglas Douglastreet DouJlnA Douglassitreet
treet trel Brooklyn Brookl was RS coming comlnp down Firsvenue Flrft Flrftalnuo Firs Firstventio
alnuo venue last night nllh on a bicycle when whln h hflPPM hi hilipped he hedipped
flPPM lipped and Ind fell fel in front front of a borne horle car1 crthat crthatwaR car thaas that that5flIS
waR as turning turlnl from Twentyeighth stroot strootIlchael strt strretlichael
Mlcha Ilchael 1 Conroy Conrr the driver rrlycr of the horse horfe car carn carIn carIn
In n order orrtr to prevent prrent running down the th boy boylurned by byturnP boyLurned
turnP lurned his hil horses hOrP hnrply to the right rAht am amhe and andhe I Ithl
thl he car was wal pulled pulO off of the track Conro Conrotopped Conroy Conroyttppfd Conroyteppeei
1 1hlck
topped ttppfd from the car to arrange arrnle to get get itinch it Ulack
hlck lack As A he did so o the horses hOfrM started ftartfl t tun to torun toun <
run runThlre un unThero There Thlre were Half Hllf a dozen d07pn passengers pairngrf In InJi Inlp inLbs
Lbs Ji car nr Prom Twentyninth street flrft a atwp atHp adeep
lp twp hill hii slopes flop < down ron to Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthy Thlrtyfouth ThlrtyfouthBy
By y the time tlmp the horses horfe reached rfarhr the foot of ofilrtyfourth oftho ofhe
tho he hi hIll thp they were erCloln going at t ful full fpd spteri At Atth Atha
th ha louthlnlt suithrnst rornrr corner of ilrtyfourth Itrrt Itrrtth streethey street streethny
th hey ran upon thRldpnlk the sidewalk pu1nl pulling thl the carIter carutter car carfler
Iter utter them Two lampf lamps in front of Farroly Faroilys Far Farollys
roly ollys saloon Iloon were pre smashed fmllhN and anr knocked knockedver knockO knockedtver
opr ver This seemed to frighten the horP horsesill horses
ill 11 the more and thp they con continued nuld Jp up First FirAtIrnup FirstIvenue Firstvenue
11 Irnup venue to Thlrtyeilhth Thirtyeighth Inr street tret where thrywere theyveto they theyrere
were veto stoppedARIIEXIAN Plopped PloppedARM
topp toppARUEl
fan In Tried to lump IU nut of r Window nth wilhCards WithCards nthCrds
Cards Crds and Inn nl ChinCapt Chin Ctp ChIpCapt
Capt Cpt Gallagher Oalaher of the thp East Et Twenty Twentyecond Twent Twentyuecond
Ind econd street slrt station staton with throe thre detectives detectivesnd delecfe delecfead
ad nd all sl his h hlsreeenee reserve ren raided rldl an n Armenianesort Armenian Armenianwort Anpnlan i
Int wort at 1R8 East E t Twentytiixth nt Itrpt stret stretast pet petist I IIflt
Iflt ist night and d arrested INtc thirtythree thlrtthre rer rerons rerloins I I10nl
10nl loins When the police polce entered etpr several severalten severalnsa enralmen
I Iebo
men ten grabbed Irfbhe billiard biiar CUOH CUt and made ahow a ahow
ebo how of nvlManee nvlManeeIon itwiatanceLeon ttance i iIn
Ion Tarsean Tatcan picked picke up all al the pokor pokorhips pokorch pokerhips
ch hips Ip and ad cards and tried trie to jump out of ofhe ofhe
the he window widow carl but was caught caulht by Capt Qalla Qallaher Oala OalaIhlr Oallaher
her The ground grUnd floor loor of the place plac In i a atllliard atilliaed I Ihliar
tllliard and poolroom but the police polc he beieve heleve I Ileve
hliar leve ieve that poker and ad crap games have been beenun ben bentm
tm un there ther by the thl alleged alelf allegedproprletor pamM proprietor Hot Hornan Ho Hoaa HotflAfl
aa nan Opaucpcian OpaucpcianrS OpauC lln llnITI
then lln In East Es Hide Idc Hey Do Disappears D appr on onParade In a aPrd aParade
Parade Prd Day DayAaron narAarn DayAaron
Aaron Aarn Katzann Katzn A years oat old olr disappeared disappearedrom dlsPPard dlsPPardfrm
frm rom his hi home at 205 2 Second Scnd avenue yes yesrday yescrday oq oqtrlY
afternoon and tales taleseretoon t talesreresoon
trlY rday atroon nnd kidnapping kldnapplnt le leWPrJon
WPrJon eretoon afloat aloat By the time tme they they reachedii reached rachf
the he ii police plc the te kidnapper kldnappr was W described describedn dMcrlb
I n a tall tl dark man who presumably preumahlr to tovoid toaold tovoid
void attracting notice worn 0 a black mask mukAl maskIll
auractng notc
Al Ill 11 the sleuths IleuthA In In the station ftnton were PM detallod detallodn retale
on in n the case and nd the Detective fIthe Bureau and andollc andPol andolice
Pol ollc olice Headquarters Headquartel sent Pnt three thr men menThe mrnThe metThe
The boy by camp cml home at 9 oclock last lastIght Inlt Inltnhlht instuight
nhlht Ight very ver wet ttL et and muddy mudr Ho Je had hd foj fojiwod Mlowed fo foowed
lowed owed a pam paradelath paradnleath pamDeth
Deth lath of One Oe of the Early Eal Eanl Woman omn DooUrn DooUrnDr Dete DeteDr fkietrsDr
Dr Anna Ann E Park Pak died dici yesterday terday from fromneumonla frompneumonI fromneumonta
pneumonI neumonla at her htr rosldencc reildenct 367 West Wwtwentythird Wet WetTwentythird Westwentythird
wentythird street itrot Mrs In Pork Plrk was al 72 72eari 72ye 72ears
ye ears old Bh She wan WI graduated grouatf from the thecliytio thoEI theciutic
EI cliytio lo College < olege Philadelphia Phlldelphla In HIM Iftenlevtn HIMelcvfn 1S60leven
elcvfn levtn years after Iftr Elizabeth EI7hth Blackwell Blackwellyjurd Blackwellreured lac11
yjurd yl a diploma at Geneva Genfa N Y Mrsark Mrs Mrsark Mr MrPak
81 tighter Pak ark i ii survived lunle by two son eons and a a atighter adter a2ghter
CorkedUp CrkedUp Sunshine Sunshinefrom Sunshinefrom Sunshinefrom
from Americas MostFamous Most Mostfamous Mostfam
famous fam Vineyards VineyardsTN Vineyard I IT
TN T favorite ev Club CI u4 M binquti binqutiCHAMPAGNE biaqudCHAMPAGNE elud eludCHAMPAGNE
SpclaDrut SpclaDrutMae Spc1afDtyBrus Spc1afDtyBrusMade Sptcat Dry Ural UralMade
Made Mae by the he French fenc proceu proceuUMANA prow prowUAIA proceuIjuhli
DrliM U I Y Tsp Mi is I Mikir Mar
Postmaster Polttalttr Took Them on In a Picnic rml Wince WheThey Whrr WinceThey
They Tful Ate Two To Bin Ol Dlnnrri DIMII and nd Dim DraiKeic Dank Danket DimHess
Hess et of Foaming oamlnl Amber Ambf Color CeloreWaterAuflecauseTheyLove ColortVatrrAUBec8uieTneyLovetm8 Clorrd Clorrdtrr
tVatrrAUBec8uieTneyLovetm8 tVatrrAUBec8uieTneyLovetm8Tho trr DtcaUeTfyLov H8n H8nhe Hisiot HisiotThe
The he Lincoln Lncoln Club 1200 120 strong wit wiiIts with withIs witits
Its Is leader Iloder Postmaster Cornelius Cornelus Va VaColt Van VanCo VaCot
Co Colt t and andhll andItla hla son on ftlchard went on a plcn plcnyesterday picnic picnice picnlyesterday
yesterday e terday to Wltzels WI zell Point > olnt View Iew leland Islaninear lelandner Islamneai
near College Point and everybody Oeryboy con coicorned conerne concerneci
corned agreed Ireed that tho picnlo was one oneIhe ot otIhe C Cthe <
Ihe erne biggest bllget things the Van Cotta Coll over did dieconsidering didconllerng didconsidering
considering conllerng the odds against them IhemBut themButthe themBu
But Bu the bar on board the Ue Sam Sloaiwhich Sloan Sloanwllchc Sloarwhlchearrled
which wllchc whlchearrled Butthe carried rre the party pnrty was al strictly trlcty ten tenperanee temprnc tornpenance
penance nothing soldthero old thero but ginger ginge a annd Ile Ileand al alai4
and prnc things thlJgB like lke likethat that Then Then Thenthere there were r rladies no nolc n nIjvlicnn
ladies lc taken Iaep along nlonJa alonga a hardship harplhlp the he bojof boy bnys bnysof boyof
of the thl Fifth Fih district distric seemed seeme to feel tel eve evelefts eEm eEmlel eveless
lefts lel tha tha than i tho other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The bontHtarted hoatRtarte with wih tho most mostoftho ruostof of the clu clumembers cub cubmemhpr clulmembers
from Barrow streelbut street streetbut
members memhpr from the tht foot of stree
but bl the Postmaster POtmastrr and a large lage bunch c cmembers of ofmem o onienihcr
members mem el were wer picked plckto up nt lt East Thirty ThlrtJsecond ThirtyecoD Thirtysecon
second ecoD street t ret The ho hand knew klw its il businesi businesiIt bulnfl
It I played plar < Way Down on I the 8uwaneRiver 8uwane Suwanee SuwaneeRer BuwaneRiver
River Rer the favorite song long of the Postmastei Postmasteiwhen PoLator Posstmastoiwhen
when ho stepped stpppe aboard aboar There hero wa wagood WM aa aagood a aIoo
good deal of this same Suwaneo durin durinthe durnl durinithe
Ioo the refit frt of the day for whenever Ton TonCoodereon TomGooder TonGooderson
Coodereon Gooder n tIm Postmasters POtmater1 private sec secrytpry epcrtp eecryttry
rytpry rtp dl declined lne to tako to t tho bond had an anfurther any anyturther anttttthermessaes
further ttttthermessaes messaBM mfa A requesting rquCtng them topla toplathat to pin pinthat
that tune uno the Postmaster thePOtmter threatened thratelM to sin sinIt einj einjit Ing IngI
It I That always 11a made mao Tom To Goodersoi Goodersoiyield Goerson GoersonIrld Goodersoryield
yield yieldWhen Irld IrldWhen
When tho Sam Sloan arrived nrrlv at Witzell Witzella Wlzel
a gun un was fired Tho men swarmed on the thilanding thelandlnl thulanding
landing landlnl wa and fr made mldo a charge chrge me swane quite quie like lke the theup thlL thlLup timUl
up Ul Kettle Krtt0 Hill ll except ex cpt that there ther were WEr ni nibarbed no nohnrhl nebarbed
Behind thi thitrenches the thetlnche thutrenches
barbed hnrhl wire wir wit fences fent to cut
trenches was breakfast breakfastThe hreaklMt breakfastThe
tlnche The bnyn hoyl 1 of the Fifth Fith always could coukabsorb couldabfor couldabsorb
absorb tho goods said the Poetmaste Poetmasteaffectionately Polmater Polmaterafetonatl Poetmastaaffectioflatev
affectionately abfor afetonatl gos ns al they attacked atackt and ad ulterl ulterlrouted uterly uterlyrouted utterlroUted
routed the Iheurakflt IheurakfltMtC breakfast breakfnstAfter breakfastAfter
breakfast hr kfast there such garnet garnetand
After MtC brilkfast were WEre gameiand KamP KamPand
and field sports porll as Oi the fat fat mens mnl race r84 am ama and anda ama
a threeleegod thrlejgO race fCP in which the Lincoln LlncolClub Lincln LinclnClub LincolnClub
Club excels PXCIJ nil nil competitors competitorsTheir competitorsTheir ompetUorTeIr
Their success sttc tss is II due to their thelrtemperato thelrtemperatohnbl thelrtemperituhnbits tempera temperahabits
habits TeIr remarked the th Pastmaatw PstmRtr Poattnaatrliquor rifi rifiliquorto 10 10lquor
hnbl rirke
liquorto lquor liquor ohoolclassAbout anoplclafi anoplclafiAbout tob to beidhere bttThad ld here ereRgl RegUlaf Sundaj Sundajanoplclafi Sy Sy8Iolcll widayohoolclass
8Iolcll About tho grounds rpund were numerous kegi kegiof keSIo keguof I
of o water labolled lahfiM Ehrets Erets Extra It I waiamber was WIS WISamber wasamber
amber colored clarc and anr it foamed foame in the glaeeee glaeeeeWhen gll glassesWhen
When the games gamllnd and Ehreta extra wate watewere watewere
were finished tln he toward 6 oclock ocock exra the Ih men o othe of ofthe 01 01the 1
1 fnl
the Fifth stored away a six course cour dinner dinnerThey dine dinnerThey
They Th Fih do 81or all 01 ll this thll for Dick said the Post Postfor PO POstmaster t tmastpr
master glancing aEtonlly nffectlonaely at hil his sn sntor son sonfor
for he disclaims dlllalm Ilancnl all al credit creit of running rnning th thFifth the theFih thuFifth
Fifth FifthMany FifthMany
Fih FihMan Many Man district leaders INder came to eee ee ho hotho how howtho hothe
tho Van Cotts COtf ottsrollupa roll rol up a Republican Rppublc ma mjoriy mjoriyIn majority majorityintho jorit joritIn
In intho tho Fill Fith Flhhyearlnand h year In and year yearout out Aqueduct AqueducCommissioner AqueductCommlAloner AqueductCommissioner
CommlAloner Commissioner William Wlllm Ten Eyok Port PorWarden Por PortWarden
Warden John Gunner John Pegnan Pelnan am ammany and andrny andmany
Warren rny many other Republican R puhlcan leaders IMel were wfr present presentThey prfnt presentThey
They got ot back at at to oclock ocok nnd marcher marchetto mArhed mArhedto
to the club with wlhchEM cheers and red lights Ightl a ablithe il iltllth an anblithe
tllth blithe as any Iny Sunday school Ichol class classLOOD cla8 cla8J1Omi classFlMOD
LOOD J1Omi CARRY CnR AWAY oru RRIDdES RRIDdEStiree nRlOES nRlOESrpo ltRlflf7ESThree
Three rpo nallroad Rairoad Structures Htrurtlrf Are Arl Demolished nrmollshecby Dfmollhtd Dfmollhtdh
by h the thl Swollen wltln Haw River HlverKANRAH RhrrKANAR RiverKAnAAR
KANRAH CITY r1TT Mo May Mlv 30 noThe nTe The Kaw Kawliver KawRIfr KawRiver
liver RIfr is 11 causing ulnl floods 10orR and a d throe thrO Tallroacirldges railroad rairoad rairoadhrlr railroadhtidges
irldges hrlr el and attn two wagon bridges hrlrlrl were car cartied 4r 4rrlNl ir irled
led out today toca All Al wero pile plo ptructurwlUt structures Itrcturl Itrcturlput structurespt
put pt lUt over after afer the flood fod of last year rar which whicharrled w1sch w1schcarrlc whichcarried
steel structures structureshis structuresThis
carrlc carried out olt Iwenlythrco tel ItrctUfC
Thil This his Is I the anniversary annhrrfary of the flood food of ofear a areat ayear
year ear ago agoEarly agoEarly
Early alo aloFrly this thlf morning morlnl the great prrat mass cl clvrockoRp c ciwreckAge
wrrki wreckAge t which lodged lodlpd against alalnRt the RockIsland Rock Rocksland RockIflnnr
Iflnnr Island bridge after arll tho destruction dltrueton of th thCansas the theKnnM theKanass
Cansas avenun wagon walon brldgn hrlrll last night nightegan nlRblDInn nightbegan
DInn began > egan to force it out Olt of line ne and Ind onehalf onehalfof
of f tho structure trcture went out with wih a crash crashIhe crashThe rashThe
The mass of wreckage wrrkaRo swept on down downtream doost downttteam
st tream rpI 1 passing pafinJ under Inder the steel tel bridges hrldgf olho of oftho ofthe
tho ho Stock Siok Yards YardF Company and of the Mis Misourl Ml Ml80Ur Mistouri
80Ur ourl Pacific plclnc Union Pacific Pacifc and elevatedroad elevated elevatedoad eleatedroad
road road bridge bridgeIt brlcll bridgeItcraslud
It crashed t cr hrrlnto Into lntothe tho t he pllo pie pllehridgeoftheIansaa pllehridgeoftheIansaaity bridge brlrgl of the thE Ran Ianl so solty
CW lty Southern Suthtr Railway Rllwa carrying fifty fry feet feetif fet
01 if t It out and n nd leaving Ia Ing the ties teR and track trackisnglrig lrck lrckhtnghig trackhinging
htnghig hinging alx how > vp The James JnmpR street str t bridge bridgeas bridgeVal bridgewas
Val was as a double structure Itnlctur used ufd by street tlt car carind cr crand carsand
and wagons Olons It stopped Itoppd the great IcL flow flownd fow fowand flowand
and for thirty minutes mlnutl8 held hllr the mass rM of ofirift 01drif ofirlft
drif irift which was Wil Upward Ipwar of on D acre lcm In Inixlent I innxtent
extentThen extent nxtentThen ixlentThen
Then it bent Jnt nt and gave way ay the entire entirerest enUt enUrerest
weft rest span Ipan falling faiig with wih a mighty splash into intohe it intohe
Iht he whlor whlorFor w whIaiFor tef tefF
For F r a moment this mass lal of wreckage wreckageJ rkbRe rkbReblld
blld teld J the L great real fw flow In chek check i r Then t al all alluoved S Snoved
moved on under udlr the fiowllne folne and tore a alole ahole aole
hole In the pile plA bridge of the Chicago Chloa o and andIreat andOreat andJreat
Oreat Ireat Western WetOM Railway RaiwAY and passed ple < out outnto outIn1ohe outritd
In1ohe nto the Missouri MissouriJfone Missouriono f url urlono
Jfone ono erf t the steel tN1 bridges brldgel crossing the theCaw theKaw thea
Caw a River RIer o has ha been damaged dlmaged and none noneif nonf
if f them tho IB likely lkely to be beFARMER beAntIER bet4RIIER
Munprrr Inrderer Then Tn Fire Frn Two O Htota 80t Into nil nilOtn Illsfln
Otn 01 Bod Hodltiii Ood1I Will Recover RecoverWATEBBunr RecoverWATEUIIUrEt Rllor RllorWATllunr
WATEBBunr WATllunr Conn May 30 10Angered 10Angeredecatlae Angered Angeredlecause
bCII lecause hi his wife ifohRd had left l ft his hi home Sherman ShermanIceman Shenan ShenanBeman Shermankeman
Beman Iceman a farmer farmlr of Canaan Canan while whie In Inoxicatrd Intoxicated Inoxicatcd
oxicatrd walked w wnlkedjnto lkld Jnto the house hous of Henry Henryvcs Henr Henrhf Henryyes
hf yes in that town this thil afternoon aferon and ad shot shotier hot hother hotter
her ier dead dea He He then thpl turned the thl revolver revolveripon revhtr revhtrupn revolv r rupon
upn upon himself hlmfl and fired tred two huletlinto bullets into hm hmwn his hison hisWfl
on wn body
bd bdI
It I is II thought thoupht that Beeman l msn will wi recover recoverlie rever reverle recoverlie
le lie would not tell tel why ho shot tho woman womanIheriff womanSheriI womanIhoriff
SheriI Iheriff Rhodes HhodlH placed pla him under arrest arrestho arl arlTho arrestrho
Tho ho BeemanK wore married four
Beman years yoar ago agond agointl
110 110Int
nd have one child chid Mrs Mno Bncman Dman wan wanhn Wi washo
tho Int hn daughter of Frank Frnk Colby of Gonhpn GonhpntH Gbtn Gbtn1fmnn Goahenleornito
1fmnn leornito tH > mun in tho son on of a a farmer of West WestJornwall WCt Vest Vestornwall
Crwl Crwlnlh Jornwall JornwallVcalthx ornwallWealthy
Wealthy nlh Farmer Commit Commll Suicide SuicideHAKCOCK SuicideCOCI Snicide3Lcocn
HAKCOCK COCI X Y I May Mlr 30 30FITetto 20Fayette Fayetto Llttell Llttellnd Lltel Littollnd
and nd Ed E Mcnhontott MenhonteL while whie walking walkig to tills tillsIllage thl thisillageirom
vAe Illage illageirom from I rm Cadnjsia Cadulia Caniuziathis this thl afternoon afemQol through throughpath tbulh tbulha throughpath
a path in thn Ihf woods woll discovered dlrrO the dead deadodv deadod
bd odv od of Green Orpn Burdiok lurlok a well we known kDn and andrealthy ad adwel1tb andeatlny
wel1tb realthy farmer of Franklin Franln about abt e M 5 yean yeanf yet
of f ace age In the thl hand of the dead de deadtnan man m was waeiutchcd wal waslutelued
rlutce iutchcd apl a revolver with which whic he had hadIlled ha hadIliad
kir Iliad himself himfH probably on Saturday Satura night nightMl nlahtIt nightant
It Ml Letters Lltrr found on the body hoy give giveimlly I Ifaml gissemily
faml Le emily be rash troubles trouh1e act over property prpery M cause O of ofbe ofbe
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to drop in and BO se this thloxhibit thisexhibit exhibit and andhave andhave andhave
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our ou expert woman YOI demonstrators demonstratorshow demonstralor
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Want Kill Veteran cteranI Daughter DaughterMi Dulhter DulhterIh Daughterhits
Mi hits Elizabeth Elzbth Hett Hpt the daughter dlught of a acivil aolvl acivil
civil olvl war veteran died dlr In the tht Lincoln Hopital Ho Hopltal Hopi
pltal pi tl yesterday leray from froD spinal Iplnl meningitis meningitisbrought menlngtl menlngtlbrught meningitibrought
brought brught on the tlt physicians phYlcla1 said saldl by starva starvaAmsterdam Itarla Itarlalon starvatErm
tErm lt Mrs Hett had bn been Umg lIving al 1 1Amterdam ISS3 ISS3Amsterdam
Amsterdam lon avenue until she was wa taken to tothe tothl tothe
Amterdam untllhe
the thl hospital hOlpiAI Her only onl Income had ha been beena
a pension of Jfl S 6 a month While Whie she was wa in inthe inthe inth
the th pnRlon hospital she was dispossessed dl and d th thBureau thBural the theBticeau
baplailhe R
Bureau Bural of Encumbrances Encmbmnc p8esr took her furniture furnltuwaway fumltuNaway furnitureaway
Soap Soap Ointmentand Ointment and Pills Pillsthe Pis Pisthe PiUsthe
the Worlds Greatest GreatestSkin GreatestSkin GreatestSkin
Skin CuresPRICE Cures CuresPRICE CuresPRICE
PRICE THE SET 1 1Complete 1Complete 1CompleTe
Complete Treatment for Every EveryHumour Ever EveqHumgur
Humour from Pimples Pimplesto
to Sorofula SorofulaThe
The agonizing Itching iching and burning burningof huminat huiratflof
of tho skin fkln aa a In eczema eea the thl th friphtlul friphtlulHealing frhttul frhttulIlng frIghtblscaling
Healing Ilng as aAln In psoriasis the lots of hair hairand hairand hairand
and crusting brutlng of tho tie ho scalp alp as In fcalled fcalledhead fcaUr ctledheed
head hed the facial falai facial disfigurement ns Of ° in inpimples Inplmple InpImples
pimples plmple and ringworm ringorm the tht awful Iwful suffer suffering MIrIng stitTrIng ¬
ing of Infants and the anxiety anxietyot anxietyotout anxietof of worn wornout wornout
out parents prent parentaaa as a in milk mik crust crult totter telrranr telrranrMlt and andsalt andsalt
of ofalmost 01lmost ofalmost
salt rheum all al demand A remedy remfry
almost superhuman uprhuman virtues Irtur to cuocr cuocrfully succeF succeFfully UCf I Ituly
fully tuly cope cpe with It them tem That Thlt CHIICUTB CHIICUTBSoap CuticEuflSoap CutlCI1n CutlCI1nSop
Soap Sop Ointment Ontment Oletmentand and Pills PHI are such nmds nmdsproven ItJnds ItJndsproven innd inndproven
proven beyond hyond all al doubt No itui ituiment ptnj ptnjment taIA taIAment
ment Is II made mao regarding rgardlnp them that I Inot Is Isnot Isnot
not justified jusUfE by b tho strongest ltrpnpetcl evidence evidenceThe evidanosThe n nThe
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afford aord Immediate Imelalj relief rll t the certainty crlllntt of ofsnwdy f fl fspeedy
speedy y and permanent cure lrf the th IOPO IOPOlute Inpn Inpnlute iihpu iihpulute
l prmanlnt
lute safety stEty and nd great economy 10 no r hR hRmade have havemade hRPmao
made them the standard Itandard skin Fldn cures flrrF and andhumour andhumour nr
mao humour remedies remelE of the civilized eiz 1 world worldTho nrlui nrluiThe
The grandest grandet testimonial tlmonll that con h hoffered hotEre 1 1ffered
offered ffered the CtiUcura remedies is I us ilteiworldwide their thplorldwldn theirworldwide
worldwide otEre Cutctra Bale 111 due rpmOlpl to the pwnil pwnilrecommendations lfr perefl0irecommendations < nMI nMIrmmendatol
recommendations rmmendatol of those thmI wh who hn hdvo hdvoUsed h hul lust lustused
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Used them thfm a lml htjmnim
ul the simplest lmplEI form against pr prlrlr prlrlrInd pretuicitif pretuicitifand iiidife iiidifeand
and Ind opposition opJIton against agninKt moni mOIr mrnud H host hnrcountM hostcountless noptcountlem
countless rivals rhalf and trade trlrl IndifferpnrCutlcura intrfrpnr Indifferpnr tuuuiifferPnreCuticura
Cutlcura countM remedies have ha > become hn th thrNtolt the thegreatest nn nnRreat
Cutcura Rreat greatest rNtolt t curatives cuathf of their tirn1 11m and ft1In 1 I Iin
In fact of nil time for nowhere in in ho hohistory r rhistory >
history of medicine is to bo found nn nnother fit fitother
other approaching them in popularitynnd popularity poputitiritSand
and sale In every clime and with every everypeople atarIpeople
people they have met with the enmO enmOreception rno rnoreception
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