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JQUERQUE ClT EN WEATHER FORECAST Denver.' Colo., Juni 12- Tonight fair cooler southeast p:r:lon. Sa'vrday fair. WE G KT '1" 1-3 K: IXKWS IIRST" VOLUME 23. ALHUQUEUQUE. NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 11!. 1908. N'UMHER 140 PACKING PLANT FIRE NEW RlEXIbXLEGATES BOY DYING AS RESULT YAQUIS BREAK PLEDGES GLOUDBURST ADDS 10 MURDERER IS GRANTED HEARING OF CONTESTS LEAVE FOR u "AGO OF GUN FIGHT AT T FROV APPc'Al TO HIGHER E OF MEXICO IL TRAIN ARRIVALS No. I 7 4$ P No 4 5. so p. 'ii. No. 7 10. js p m. No. 86.40 p. m J No. 9 1 1 4S p m. Kansas City Plant of Morris and Company Threat ened With Destruction. FLOOD PREVENTS FIStMEN WORKING Explosion of Gas Started Blaze Which Resulted In Quarter of a Million Loss and the Death of two Men -.Quantity of Stored Meat Is Burned. Kansas City, June 12. Two labor ers lost their lives, two others were m riously Injured and a property loss estimated between a quarter of a million an 1 (350,000 was caused by a lire in the packing plant ot Morris & Co. in Kansas City, Kan., this morn ing. The flrsi explosion was sewer gas, resulting from a watchman light- lug a match in the cold storage! t't partment. This was followed by a wcon.l explosion of ia quantity of miiinon.a nearby and a stubborn Are was started, which took the depart ment five hours to get under control. For a time the entire plant seemed doomed. The lire started before daylight and 1m. 1. by 9 o'clock, progressed so far ihut It nan feared the entire structure would be destroyed. Dynumite was lie or u.sed to stop the Humes. Two laborers were killed, and an other perhaps fatally Injured. The plaut is In the Hood district and Is entirely surrounded by water. The fire started by an explosion In the chemical department. Because of the flood the firemen were unable to reach nearer than two blocks to the 'building- w kh apparatus and engines from the M.sourl sidu were called for but could not get across tire Hood dis trict. The sausage department was first to go Telephone communication with the scene is impossible, the wire ser vice being destroyed by the flood and 1' Is difllcult to get accurate informa tion. When the building was completed in 1U05. it was valued at $2,225,000, of which the buildings represented 51.245.000, machinery. $448,000. and other equipment $4S2.000. The daily slaughtering capacity of the plant was 1,500 cattle, 2,000 sheep and 3.000 hogs. January 29. 1908, fire damaged the plant to the extent of $760,000. Loss of meat in the present fire Is enormous. Coolers were packed to capacity a.s the flood interfered with railway tr.iftlc long before water shut (.'nn the plant. DEMENTED MAN'S BODY UNCLAIMED The body of Louts Kuhn, the man who die! at St. Joseph's hospital yes terday, hud been unclaimed at a late hour this afternoon. A man. Kuhn "by name, supposed to be a brother of the dead man, living in Pennsylvania, had not bon heard from. The body was removed from St. Joseph's hos pital and is held at the undertaking .parlors of Frank 11. Strong, North HecOIld .street. TlmniiM Mi -Mill. it, chief of police, lias deposited a sum nf money, be longing to tho dead man. in a local nank. to await the taction of the courts or or relatives m disposing of the man's en-ate. Kuhn was taken into custody liy the police about two Week? ago in a demented condition, and sent to toe hospital. He d'ed withoiir r. gaining his right mind. c; i : sri.ono for a kmii.i; 'hl June 12. Although Giles Clllicrt. a Duluth. Minn., milionjire, li.is been a. -customed, a a financier, to deal in more substantial articles lit the r-,'u!r market rate neverthe lt wiicn he came to die he placed n an :tiOo of just $25,000 on a smil ing face The v ii who worn the smiling face a in it er of habit, and who had in ver in h. r 1 fe t'lougiit nf list.ng It i, th. v iek muiket. Is M ss IMith Pane hn teaches fitiK.r ir.u.-lc exer cises and other technical mysteries at the Slier a io,i rouble school. Mi-s Gilner , a daughter of the Mil lion me. was in Chicago a year and a hu f a,- taking treatment for an nMin.nl whl.-h subsequently caused l.er li.ii h M ss ll.ine gave her much attention, and It was her cheerful manner that comfort, d b"th Mr. and Mrs. ;whert. The legacy was un locked for by Miss Pane, an 1 she has not decided what she will do with the money. I4UYAN ;HTS ITAII Vi:S. Salt Lake, June 12. The Demo cratic st He convention met this morn ing. This afternoon It will select del egates to the Denver convention who will be Instructed for Bryan. Governor Curry and Party Occupies Private Car . and Will Start Tonight. ALL SIX DELEGATES WILL BE SEATED Party Is Confident Taft Will be Nominated on First Ballot and Will Work for Him All the Time-Prominent Men of Territory Will be There. In a private Pullman car, which will be attached to the Chicago limit ed, the New Mexico delegation to the national Kepublican convention will leave for Chicago tonight. Nearly all of the delegation ar rived here yesterday and today. Those who are not here now will board the car at points along the route. Gov ernor George Curry arrived In Albu querque this afternoon and will head the New Mexico delegation. II. O. Pursum, Republican terri torial cha'rman, was also an arrival here today and he will Journey to Chicago with the party. The New Mexico delegation Is for Taft, fir.t, last and all the time, and the members predict Taft's nomina tion on the first ballot. Assurance has been received that without doubt the entire delegation of six from this territory will be seated at the Chi cago convention, giving New Mexico full representation. The New Mexico delegation will be Joined In Chicago by Solomon Luna, national committeeman, and by V. H. Andrews, delegate to Congress. It is estimated that about 100 well known Republicans from this terri tory w'l. lattend the Chicago conven tion, although all of thrtm will not go with the governor and his party. Oth ers will leave Saturday and Sunday from other points in the territory. Among those who are here today to Join the delegation are: Governor Curry, of Santa Fe; II. O. Pursum, of Socorro; W. H. Newcomb, of Silver City; H. B. Holt, of Las Cruces; A. P. Kali, of Three Rivers; Gregory Page and Mrs. Page, of Gal lup; W. H. H. Llewellyn, of Las Cruces; G. H. Webster, Faustln Galle gos and others. It Is stated that T. P. Catron and Mrs. Catron, Charles C. Closson and ex-Governor M. A. Otero will Join the party at Lamy, stolng there from i Santa Fe. Chief Justice Mills and a party from ftan Miguel county will ' join the party at Las Vegas, others will board the private car at Raton I and points In Colfax county. Governor Curry announced today that he had appointed Charles V, Safford, territorial traveling auditor, as the New Mexico delegate to the linkers' convention In Ohio. Mr. Safford will Journey as far as Chi cago wih the delegation, Joining the party at Lamy tonight. The private car will be comfortably filled before it leaves the territory. Several other parties will h-ve this city tomorrow and Sunday for Chicago. GICK EAGLE IS HELD Ho Will He Kept In Jail Here liitil Valencia Comity Court Mil'! Ish-uI .llrnc lo Defend Him. Dick Kagle, the half breed Chero kee, brought here emie.-day evening by Sli'-riff l'.aea of Valencia county and placed In the liernallllo county jail for safe keeping, has been p'tieed in a cell liy himself and the Jailer has been forbidden to ! t anyone see tilin. Kagle was arrested on the charge of murdering Santiago Vallo at Plue wut r ten days ngo. It is reported that Kagle ras secured P. F. Adams to defend him. Rl.sNS aim: I.KAVINC. IT.HSIA St. Petersoutg. June 12 A growing' state nf anarchy in Persia Is reported! here. While there Is an a' tempt to i maintain an attitule nf optimism of- fir 'ally, there Is evidently a concealed j fear of a serious turn in events, and i In some quarters fear are entertain-1 ed for the safety of ,he Russian min ister at Teheran. A dispatch from Tahriz says that a strung ant i-Russia n movement has broken out In northern Persia, en- j Couraged by lead ng members of the f nritlot al council who are hostile to! M. Hartwig. the Russian minister to' Persia, owing to the protection which he extended to I: in i r Dleng, head of; the reactionary party. The bazars a: Tabriz, according to the dispatch, are- closed and the people in a statb of panic An till night session of the lo-I cal council was held recently and de-, nian.is were fiamed for seccs.st m anil a declaration of Independence. In Azerbaijan province the Russian col-j ony Is leaving for Russia, Saloonkeeper Shot Nineteen- Year-Old Lad Who At tacked Htm at His Home. FORCED TO SHOOT T0SAVE HIS LIFE Two Men Had Trouble Over Al leged Attempt of Boy to Force Entrance tu baloonkeeper's HouseWinchester and Pistol Duel Followed. Wagon Mound, N. M., June 12. ( Special ). Shot through the abdo men, Daniel Archuleta Is dying at Solano, and J. V. Melugln, the pro prietor of a saloon In that town, U under arrest and on his way to the Jail at .Mora, where he will be held for firing the shot that wounded Ar chuleta, it is stated that Archuleta will probably die. Archuleta was shot during a fierce gun fight in the streets of .Solano yes terday, during which he exchanged a number of shots with Melugln. It Is said that Melugin did not fire until forced to do so to protect his life. After wounding Melugin he guve him self up to an oflicer. Melugin recently went to Solano from Texas and had been engaged In business there but a short time. Three days ago he had trouble with Archuleta, but it is not known what the trouble was about, although It Is said that Archuleta tried to force an entrance to Melugln's house while the latter was away. Archuleta Is but 19 years of age. Yesterday Archuleta appeared In front ot Melugln's house and Is said to have made Indecent motions and used abusive ax.d prolan.) language. Melugln expostulated with him and tried to make him leave, but finally gave up the task and went into the back yard to cut wood. Mrs. Melugln, fearing that Archu leta would attempt to do harm to her husband, kept watch and warned her husband when she saw Archuleta draw a revolver. The boy opened fire on Melugin and fired three shots be fore Melugin could gain the protection of his house. Melugin went inside and returned with a Winchester, and as he emerged from the door Archuleta fired at him again. All of the shots fired by the boy missed their mark. Melugin fired at the boy but missed and fired again. The second shot struck Archuleta In the stomach and the boy fell. Melugin then sought a deputy sher iff and gave himself up. He was taken into custody and at once start ed for Mora, where he will be held pending the outcome of Archuletaa wound. Archuleta was at once placed under the care of a physician, but It Is stated that he cannot recover, the bullet having penetrated the abdomen and causing internal bleeding which cannot be easiiy stopped. ANY CONSPIRACY .lury iii Pennsylvania Capitol Cases Insinuated to Acquit Men on Trial. llai risburg, Pa., June 12. The Jury In the capitol conspiracy case retired shortly before noon after having been instructed to acquit former State Treasurer Snyder, ronner Auditor General Matthews and former Su perintendent of Grounds and Build ings SlHini.ii her. on the ground that the e ;d. nee did not show a conspir acy iii. jury will determine the guit in- innoeenec of Congressman Ca.s.-et and Joseph M. Huston, an ar chitect. NO I f I'M' I AUK IX KANSAS. Topeka, June 12. The railroads no. tllied Governor Hoch to lay through K. E. McLeod, chairman of the West ern Passenger association, that they would not grant the rate of one cent a niile for hitvest hands. Each of the Kansas lines In the association here lefus.'ii to grant the rate. The reason assigned Is that It woul l be too great a reduc.lon from the 2-cent passen ger fine iio.v in force an I that since the rates alrenly have been reduced ii!! 1-3 per cent a reduction of one cent per mile wul i be too great . pkii: roil ami:kicx sihus. Washington. June lli. A letter commending the conduct of the en l's ed men while the Atlantic battle ship fleet was It San Francisco harbor has been received by Secretary Met calf from Mayor Kiwarj H. Taylor of San Francisco. The mayor aid. "Nothing In connection with the stay of the fleet here was more grati fying than the manner In which the enlisted men con iuc.ed themselves. Indeed, no complaints were made against them nor did they furnish cause for any such." They Kefuse to Give Up Arms and Leave Peaco Con ference at. Her moslllo. MEXICAN SOLDIERS PURSUEJHE INDIANS Four Thousand Troops Are Out After Disgruntled Indians. Who Acc eded to Every Demand But That of Giving ;Up Their Arms. Tucson. Ariz., June 12. A special from Hcrmoslllo, Mexico, says that 4,000 Mexican soldiers under com mand of Gen. Lorenzo Torres are in the country la hot pursuit of the Ya qul Indians. All negotiations for signing a peace treaty were suddenly broken off last night. The Yaquis Insisted on re taining their arms and ammunition after having acceded to every other stipulation of the Mexican govern ment. The Mexican officers stood stead fast and the Yaqu's withdrew from the conference. Immediately orders were issued to the Mexican troops to take the field and resume hostilities. It Is not believed the campaign will last long, as the Mexicans have all the water holes In the Yaqui country sur rounded. SOLOMON LUNA WEARS Says Taft's Nomlnatio"4 lit Assured mill Saw .Mexico DofcjCrion of Six Will lie K-tol On the Job AU the Time. Chicago, 111., June 12. --Solomon Luna, of New Mexico, a member of the Republican national committee, whose proxy In the hands of Frank Hitchcock, gave Taft first blood in few.' s ,5 s?rit t National Committeeman Solomon I.iinn mill "The Smile That Wont' Come OfT." Ihe seating of contesting delegations wears the smile that won't come off. Mr. Luna says that Taft's nomination is assured on the first ballot and that without doubt the delegation of six Republicans from New Mexico, will be seated in the convention. The delegation Is Instructed for Taft, first last and all the time. Mr. Luna Is In lioso touch with the Taft camp here and Is giving the Taft forces valuable isslsta nee. REPUBLICAN CLUB HAS FGRIY MEMBERS Young Miii Meet ami Klnt Com luilK-e to Get Things In Minpo for OrganiAiilion. rorty young stalwarts with a sprinkling of old members of the "Grand Did Puny" met at Red Men's bull last nlglu and took preliminary steps toward the oi guuization of a Young Men's Republican league. A temporary organization was effected with Dr. J. W. Eider in the chair and Attorney J. liensoii Newell secretary. The following comm Uee was ap poin.cd to report at u meeting to be hell at the same ball June 23, on i ules, a constitution for the organiza tion and by-laws: J. W. Elder, J. lit nson Newell. Fred liamm, R. V. Hopkins, Gc-oit,.- s Klock, DavlJ R.ica and R. L. Me Her. Permanent oi iii.i 'ti.n will be ef f"te. at the in-el n.,' held June 2'l The meeting voteJ funds to defray thj expenses of cull ng the members I igelhel. t)NGi:i:ssi n is iiiiMi. Washington, Jjiio 12. Word leached here tod a; of the death of Charles Tappan U .n-vell, representa tive of the Third Congressional dis trict of New YorK. al llrooklyn lo- i!a. 4W V Portions of Kansas In Kaw Valley Experience Terrific Rain and Wind Storms. THE HiSSISslpPI RISES RAPIDLY At St. Louis It Is Already Above Danger line and Weather Bu reau Predicts It Will Gj Sev eral Feet Highur-Kivers Kc cede at Kansas City. Topeka. Kan., June 12. A terrific rain, amounting to a cloudburst in many portions of the Kaw valley and inches of water In others, and which was accompanied by tho heaviest wind and electric storm In years, swept over this territory between 3 and 7 o'clock this morning. It Is feared it will tend to check the fall of the Kaw. At Topeka two Inches of rain fell. A small boy was drowned by the up setting of a boat. Fully three Inches fell at Wamego, thirty miles west, w here the wind was almost a tornado, blowing down trees and unroofing churches. Many trees were blown down and crops were injured in other sections. Two inches fell In many sections, Including Junction City, Abilene and Sallna. Severul places report three inches and Valley Falls nearly four Inches. Mississippi Is Rising. St. Louis, June 12. The Mississippi river, which has been practically sta tionary for the past week, although at flood danger mark, is beginning to rise rapidly. The gauge this morning marked 30.7 fuel, a rise of four-tenths of a foot In the past t riMy-ftur hours. The danger line Is thirty feet. Tho weather bureau predicts 31.2 by j tomorrow morning and 33 by Sunday. Thosuanda of acres of fine farm land and miles of railroad track are under water as a result of the present stage of high waters In this vicinity, but the slow rise has given ample time for preparation and damage will be less than In former years. Ill vers Are l ulling. Kansas City, June 12. Despite heavy rains last night and early to day In the Kaw and Missouri valleys, reaching from Northeastern Kansas to Omaha, both rivers in this vicinity continued to fall today and general flood conditions are better. In the a-st 24 hours the Kaw has fallen two feet. The Missouri Is going down more slowly, receding a half foot from eight last night until six this morning. A heavy downpour In Kansas City caused more local damage in the west bottoms, the stock yards are still idle and packing houses are un able to kill even If they had the stock. Railroads are In better shape al though schedules are still disarrang ed, i PUBLISHERS AGREE 10 CONTINUE FIGHT II icy W ill Make Determined Kffort to Have Priiv of Xetts Print Jli'duced. N iw York, June 12. The directors of the American Newspaper Publish ers' association at a meeting today I adopted resolutions se.tlng forth the status cf the case before Congress of the association against the manufact urers of newspr nt and stating the necessity lor keeping up he fight for a reduction In the pi ices of paper, expressing the . plnl n that whereas the work .so far done on behalf of the association bis been carried on l.y volunteers, that the president be euthor.zed to engage the service of John Nonls for urnii terms to a period of two years he agreed upon by them, for the promotion of the aims of the association In the matter of newsprint paper us he Is fully equip-, -, to under. ake the.e services. NOW IT S A PIAXO TRl'ST. ! New York, June 12. A consollda-1 tion of the piano manufacturing firms! of William Knabe Ac l o. or Haltlmore, j f..u,.-t.s. alarmed by the thick smoke Chlckering & Sons of Huston and the, j)1tr from tho basement, gathered Fos .er-Armstrong company of Roch-lrth;,t , ii,th. th. v could and rushed oii r. N. X: was elfectej n this city today. The articles of Incorporation coi.ee: n the name of the American Piano company. It will be Incorporat ed in New Jersey tomorrow ami will have a capital stock of six million !! lors preferred and six million dollars criiriion. The ofllcers will be Ernest .1 .Kn.il'p. Jr., preslden ; George G. i l'n.-'er, William Knabe, Charles H. Eddy an I William U. Armstrong, vice i ; r. ! nis, and George Eaton, treas- i ii" r. j It wits announced that Hie present u anag.-ment of the respective proper ty's will remain In active control of the business and operations of the Mil company and the manufacture of pianos will be continued at each I ranch. BIlllk.'Bohemlan Fortune Tel ler. Saved by Habeas Corpus at Last Aoment. SUPREME "cTu R T TO REVIEW CASE He Was Found Guilty of Murder ing Five Members of a Family and Was to Have Been Hanged Today. Governor Refuses to Interfere. Chicago, June 12. Herman Bllllk, the Pohemian fortune toller, con demned to death for murder of five members of the Vital family, was to day granted a stay of execution until he has been afforded an opportunity lo appeal his case , to the supreme court. Judge Landis. of the United States district court, who yesterday declined to issue a writ of habeas corpus, to day decided the prisoner had the right to appeal from that decision. The case will now be taken to a high, er federal tribunal to pass upon the constitutionality of the question in volved. Ullllk was to have been hanged this morning, Governor Doneen hav ing refused to Interfere and the state supreme court having decided that the case hud been properly tried In the criminal court. Yesterday applica tion was made to Judge Landis, who at first refused to Issue a writ of ha beas corpus, but who granted an ap peal from his decision today, thus giv. Ing Plllik the chance to carry his case to a higher court. ASK RECOGNITION Representative Gocx to Head Ounp in Kffort lo Have New Mexico Tukt-n Into liie Fold and In cidentally to Advertise Albuquerque. C. O. Y'oung, recently selected as representative to tho head camp of the Modern Woodmen which begins Its annual session at Peoria, 111., June 16, left today for Peoria, and will work durinir the session of the head r.mp for ruc0gnitlon of New Mexico. Thf, flirht i. b(.in waKed Dv Palmer Social camp in thlj city, and while recognition has been virtually prom ised Mr. Young will be on the ground to see that the matter um't over looked. He will be met by O. C. Taylor, D. A. Wise and H. J. Fouts, who are now in the east, and who will be at Peoria, I an dthe four will bring the matter to the attention of the head camp. Incidentally they will do a lot of boosting for Albuquerque and New Mexico g'-nerally. Mr. Young will have hundreds of Irrigation congress buttons, a ribbon to go with each one, and many of the souvenir booklets recently published. These h will dis tribute among the Woodmen at the meeting and expects not only to se cure recognition of the Woodmen camps In New Mexico but to also boost the big exposition here this fall. SMALL BLAZE ALARMS ROOMING HOUSE GUESTS liaines That May Have I Veen of In- ts ndiiiry Or.gin Do l.inlo Dam ae,o in lUiseiiicnt. A fire that may have been of In tend ary origin and which caused con sideialily exc.tment was discovered i aft, - o'clock last night in the base- ment of the fruniture store of Scheer A Wirli. k at 2ii6 East Central. Tho flann s started In some burlap where scuta! Upholstered chairs Were stack, d, but was discovered In t!m to be i xtiugui.-hed wilh but Utile loss. The upper floor of the building Is n ciijind as a rooming liuUie and the from the building. It was thought at first that the fire n is caused by someone throwing a cigarette or lighted match through a broken window Into the ba-s.-ment. but an Investigation shows that the flames started too far away from the win-l-iw for tins unless some one deliber ately stooped down and threw the mati h through the wln.iow. This gave lise to the belief that an Incendiary started ihe blaze, but Mr. Warlick says he doesn't know of an enemy who would attempt to burn them out. S X M VRCI l. SIKIIN C'I.OhK. San Martial June 13. The local Santa Fe hops closed down tojay until July 1, affecting about sixty ir.cn. WILL DE FINISHED TODAY National Republican Commit tee Expects to Complete Work by This Evening. SECRETARY TAFT HAS 539 DELEGATES Fifty Additional Votes Decided In His Favor From Texas Districts Yesterday but Despite This Fact the "Allies" Continue to Inflate "Booms." Chicago, June 12. Tonight will sea the end of the long drawn-out series of contests for seats In the Republi can natlonul convention. At least that Is the prospect which la the schedule of events planned by the committee. The first cases considered today came from the seven districts of Texas. All other cases In that state were disposed of yesterday afternoon. The contests of Virginia, Alaska, Ari zona and Oklahoma will follow. This will complete the contests. Despite the action of the commit tee, which has already resulted In seating at least 639 Taft delegate, other presidential booms were revived today. The Hughes men showed especial activity, the passage of the New York anti-betting law being used as a lever. The contests from the Texas dis tricts under consideration yesterday were decided in favor of Taft, thus) giving him every southern delegation contested so far as the committee haa considered them. Contrary to expectations the con tests in the Second and Twelfth Texas districts tver not dropped today tout went before the committee tor a hear ing with the other five dtstrlcs, Th national committee decided In favor of the Lyon delegates in all seven districts. This gives Taft a clean sweep over the state on temporary roll call. The contests from the state of Virginia were then taken up. Washington. June 12. Secretary Taft, after considering the matter of going home to Cincinnati early next week and there receiving news from the national convention, announced today that he would remain In Wash ington all next week. MARRIAGE LICENSE BUSINESS INCREASES Utile Dan Huh liccii Vnusuully Ilusy This Kea.Hon, Dissplte Other At truetkons of the Year. The climax to two approaching na tional conventions, the presidential campaign to follow, the coming of the Sixteenth National Irrigation congress and International exposition and Territorial fair, with Incidental costs of box seats at the races ani red lemonadge, and frenzied finance on Wall street, have no horrors for tho little "Dan Cupid" that dwells in Albuquerque. The first twelve days of the month have netted twenty marriage licenses at the probate clerk's office, almost two marihiges a day, breaking all records. "I never saw anything like It," said the sympathetic deputy clerk at the counter where the young folks swear they are telling the truth and tell their true ages. "We. thought that thirty-two marriages the number taken out last June, was the high water mark, but unless the demand should fall off to nothing from now until the end of the month, this month will carry away the banner. Tie y're coming In pairs. It seems like a. shame to take the money. It costs a dollar, you know. "We had a charming young couple yesterday. The young man was tall and dark, and so frank, and the young lady, hardly more I Iran a girl, wu so sweet. Came all the way from Ohio to g' t married. And they were so sin, 'ere. Y'ou can always tell whether they have ever been lure be fore If they get up on their toes and reach for the ceiling when tak ing the oath, why that is proof that they mean w hat they say. The young couple to whom 1 just referred were v ry sincere and he could reach oh. so high. "Then yesterday we had an elderly couple. The man wa somewhat old er than the woman, but she was past the years unmarried women usually intention wh.-n referring to the tlmo th-y wi re born. Well, this couple held their beads very low. The man could not lift his hand as high as Is Inad. The betrothed just wrote her name without any prefix, but I could tell that she haJ bn an applicant for a similar document at some for mer time by t lie business-like and customary manner in which she wrot her name. "Oh. yea. there's a difference."