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st THE HE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY TT DA Y JANFABY JA TARY 1 1907
HAUNTED SLAYER SLAYERWAS SLAYERAS
WAS AS IN MADHOUSE MADHOUSEPhiladelphia MADHOUSEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Police Doubt DoubtConfession DoubtConfession DoubtConfession
Confession in Lewis LewisMurder LewisMurder LewisMurder
Murder Mystery MysteryARE MysteryARE MysteryARE
ARE UNABLE TO VERIFY IT ITFiqd ITF ITFind
Find F d Little Corroboration of Story StoryBut StoryBut StoryBut
But Learn Man Is Drug Fiend Fiendand Fiendand Fiendand
and Asylum Patient PatientPHILADELPHIA PatientPHILADSLPHIA PatientPHILADI
PHILADELPHIA PHILADI + PHIA Jan lAftr fter an another another another ¬
other days s olio investigation the thePrioo theI thePrice
Price I rice co eoat confession if Mi M to the Lewis murderlooks murder murderlooks murilMooks
looks mor more Heart aver Hk like a a megMge megMgefrom mgrom nteeaagefrom
from rom dreamland dreamlandThe dreamlaRThe dreamlandThe
The confessor John G PriM says S he hekilled hekllltd hekilled
killed Mr Yn Motile Ness Lewis by thrust thrustlnj thrusttnb thruetinb
lnj a surgeons lancet through her seek peekIn seekin llck llck1n
in Charlotte Icity Kellys s rooming house at atl
2103 l North Rtaventh street at 2 oclock oclockin oclock1n oclockin
in the afternoon September 10 1i last lastBut lutBut leetBut
But unfortunately for his credibility credibilityit cr lbUtty lbUttyit
it has been found that Price has been beena
a patient at Kirkbride8 private asylum asylumfor uy1umf9r asylumfor
for the insane and at Xerristewn orrlatown a asy asyum y
lum um alao and besides be ide is i a confirmed confirmedmorphine e eentlrmedmorphime ntlrmed ntlrmedmorphine
morphine eater a a cigarette field and anda anda anda
a small thief thiefDonaghy thiefDonaghy thiefDonaghy
Donaghy Still Credits Tale TalePrices TaleZOiees Talerices
Prices rices many confession COftte l have been so somud aolnueh o omuch
much alike and d be 19 baa stood the test of oft otuOilllexamllUUOft ofcrossexaminaUot
t rodsexamination so well that Captain CaptainJDonaghy CaptaInI CaptainDonagby
JDonaghy I > onlpy nays nay h btt still believes b Ueves he is isteHing IsteJing Istelling
telling the truth and Bd dW do the murder murderOther murderOther murderOther
Other detective det under Captain Donaghy Donaghyare Donaghy8r Donaghyare
are 8r also wilting to say > > y that they believe believeConfessor belteveCoDfeaor believeVonfersor
Confessor Prl PrlAt Price Pricet PriceAt
At t 10 oclock last night Captain DR Dotnghy Do DoBghy DRghy
Bghy ghy stated that he had been unable unableto unableto unableto
to obtain any Mibetantiation ub tantinUeft whatever whateverof what Yet YetDt
of the important statements in Prl Prlee Prleeconteslon Prlees Prleesconfessiou e econfession
confession The police are anxious a xious te teget Ie8t toget
get verification b becau beauee c ue without it the theman theDian theman
man Dian cannot be placed on trial for the theInurder th thmurder tnnlurder
murder of Mr Sire Lewis LeiliaPrice LewisPrice LewisPrice
Price bat stated repeatedly that fee feegot 1Mgot hegot
got the lancet by stealing a ease of surgical sur surBfcal surgical
gical instruments from a doctors office officein office1n offteein
in Diamond street near Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Etghte4HIthstreet Eighteenthstreet
street The police have not been able ableto alateto ableto
to find a doetor who will say that he helost helost
lost such a ease ea e of Instruments but they theysay theyp theysay
say they e still have hopes M1 of locating loeatlngAn I
the physician physicianAnother p physicianAnother
Another An tter point in Prices Prke confession confessionsremingly eonl eonfeaioneeemingly ll8lon ll8lonsemtngly
sremingly cpM of verification was
lils 1111 declaration that after the murder
he wrapped wrap d the ease Ma of instruments in inoveralls 1ftcJraU inoveralla
overalls and gav gave the package to a 111rltnd
Iriend
No Trace of Alleged Pal PalIn PalIn PalIn
In another respect the police were dis disappointed dklappointed disappointed ¬
appointed Price had pretended for forweeks forWteks forweeks
weeks that he could not tell everything everythingabout everythingabout everythingabout
about the murder for fear ftl r of peaching peachingon
on his pal who was with him in the theKelly thetlly
Kelly 1 + tlly howse 1M > > and saw th the stabbing of afMrs ofMriJ ofairs
Mrs Lewis But at t lost he waived waivedthese WI waivedthese Y8d Y8dtheae
these scruples scru lo8 and named the pal telling tell telling teUJng ¬
ing where he had lived and his various varioushangouts variousbangortL varioushangouts
hangouts hangoutsDetectives bangortLDt hangoutsDetectives
Dt Detectives > teetlV8lil went to the indicated house houseyesterday housei housetterday
yesterday i e and the occupants declared declaredthey declaredthey
they had never heard of 1 1Bc such a person personaa persona
Bc a aa me ht e on named by Price PriceIn PriceIn Pricein
In one lKl minor point verification of ofPrices otIriees ofTrices
Prices story was obtained by the t e detee deteetives deteetiXd deteetivec
tives during th the day date The he revolver with withwhich withIII withwhich
which III c Price i says ys he tried to kill Ift him himself himself m ¬
self was a brought IO to Captain Donaghy
1 b iiy > a Berber harb r Lewis Geratsky of 819 Co Columbia Coiafr Celumbta ¬
lumbia avenue ft who w saps he took it itaway Itaway
iafr t1kt t1ktchatr
away from = Price Price when t ne was s in the thechair thechair
chair talking about suicide suicidein aukldeon suicidetin
in the morning momln < < of September ptember 11 Price Pricea Prleefa Pricesays
fa says a > s he and his comrade In the mur murder murd murtier ¬
tier d r did a small 11 Job In Eleventhstrr Eleventhstreet Eleventh Eleventhstreet
street near Susquehanna He explains explainsthat explainsthlt explainstlxt
that in running away hU hl l pal lost his hishit hisJut hist
hit To replace the hat a cap was wasbegged wasbg wasbegged
begged bg d at a house nearby The police policehave p polleehave llce llcehaY
have haY found the woman who gave one oneof oneot oneof
of two men a cap that morning this by byway bywav byway
way of substantiation for the confessor confessorThat coftCes confessorThat or
That lhat night the night of the 11thPrice 11th llthPrice 11thPrte
Price says he and his h pal pa slept in ina Ina ina
a stable This T 1II too has ba been corrobo corroborated eorr corroborated bo borated ¬
rated to the extent that the stableman stablemanrecalls stablemantalL stablemansecalL
recalls talL + chasing chu two men away about aboutthat abouttlat aboutthat
that time timeSheeting UmeSl100tiag timeShoetiag
Sheeting Story Stet Not Confirmed ConfirmedCareful Confirmedaretul Confirmedtareful
Careful aretul inquiry at the house hou e at 717 717Brown 717Brown 717Brown
Brown street where > Price says he hephot heJ heshut
shut J > h t himself just before he surrendered surrenderedto
to the police pd ce does doe not bring forth forthetrong torthstrong forthstrong
strong corroboration of this statement statementPrice statementPrice statementPrice
Price is supposed to have done the theshooting theJlhwttng theshooting
shooting in the hallway while the Seton Setongirl Setongirl Setongirl
girl was in the room adjacent with a aAirs aIrs acurs
Airs Irs Smith her dressmaker and Mrs MrsSmiths MrsSmiths In Inh
Smiths h daughter None of Oit Oitt these t per persona persons e ewere ¬
sons heard the shot but at first = they theywere theywere
were disposed to accept Prices Price state statement statem4 statement ¬
m4 ment > nt that he had attempted selfde selfdeBtructipn selfdeItt selfdcutruetipn
Btructipn Itt as true trueAt trueAt
ctlh
At the Gerard House in Vine near nearRighth neat1ighth nearEighth
Eighth street a chambermaid recalls recallshearing reeaUsIfoafinr recallshearing
hearing a shot in a room occupied by byr
Price after r Thanksgiving Q She went e to totli tothe
the tli < room r which was halffllled It Itt with withpowder withp I
p powder wder smoke He said nothing had hadjiuppened hadiaiipened
t jiuppened g The b hole ie through Ou Ouant th the coat coatand coatend
and vest 8t might possibly be traced to tothis tothis tothis
this incident incidentTEACHERS incidentTEAUIIERS1
TEACHERS POCKETS POCKETSDRAINED POET8DRAIMED
DRAINED BY GIFTS GIFTSLONDON GIFTSLO
LONDON LO LONDONof DON Jan 1 1ItM tThe The school hooI teachers teachersof tMchersor
of England ED who 1aG visited bite < < the United UnitedStates UnitedStattS UnitedStates
States under u the MoMijr scheme JJCI eIIIe have havereturned hAver havereturned
returned r turned with words ot praise ter what whatthey whatthey whattheyy
they saw across a the ocean They saythat say saythat M Mthat
that in many cases eaae the American schools sohatlsare schools11ft schoolsare
are better tter than those of England EnglandThey BftslaftdT linglarndThey
They T hey criticise critic the fact that teachers in inAmerica 1ftAmirica InAmerica
America have to suffer a heavy eavy drain drainon dnUfton drainon
on their Individual pockets to provide providechildren proYfdehildren provideehiidren
children with material for Thanksgiving kvtnS
ana Christmas presents presentsST
BRID KISSES 400 400GROOM 400l
GROOM OHOOMIIIEJM DIDNT l CARE 8AIIEST
ST IOUIS Jan 1 IJacob Jacob Gleaner Qlatmerwho GltuHterW
who W V ho was married to Mien Mh Loda Nman Nmanhas N Niemanhas ma mahaa
has a the 4ne disposition Immediately af after attr after ¬
ter the wesld we we4dln Anar tnR ceremony his bride be began b bgan began ¬
gan kissinc th the guests pue tA She kissed 460 460within 4t 4twithin 4t0within
within an hour and then gam namely ly asked askedif j
if anyone had been overlooked Her H r
husband said h he did sot tOt care how many manyShe DHlnyJ manyshe
J She h > kissed kissedThe k ktssedThe ithIed ithIedThe
The ceremony was h held ld at a large
hall and was according to an old Jew Jewish Jl Jl1sh Jew1st ¬
ish custom customTHE cuatonLTHE customTHE
THE HEIR APPARENT APPARENTHerbert APPARENTHerbert APPARENTIterbert
Herbert a bachelor bae friend fri of the theSmiths theSmiths theSmiths
Smiths was w prmltt permitted tl4Ml d to Inspect the theilire thethrmOftth thethreemonth
ilire thrmOftth monTtisoM baby that had but a afew atw afrw
few strag1 strawdiiis titic 1Mb lock of hair hairisnt hal halnt hairIsnt
isnt nt h hr th 1 iorftct rfect image Ma8e of his hislather hJstather hisfather
lather tln tb st I 11 lie i is so 0 precocious precociousloo Ious Iousto
too why < i is n ru niriy Tiy its s bald as his hteJathfr ht ht2athr hislather
lather already was th t the embarrassed embarrassedcuuiment embILrraseedcumment embarrassedcuuunent
cuuiment be made madelIarpers Harpers Weekly
1 t
Bride Brl e Is Rope and Prize PrizeIn PrizeIn PrizeIn
In Strange Tug of 01 War WarSweetheart W WarSweetheart f1r f1rSweetheart
Sweetheart Plays Road Agent Grabs Girl Off OffWagon OffI OffWagon OffWagon
I
Wagon and Pulls Her from Broth Brothers Brothers Brothers ¬
ers Who Held Her Feet
DRESD1 DRBSDBN N Tenn Jan 1Julitt Just as assoon usoon assoon
soon as S the patents Mllents of Mice n811 Ella EIl Francis Francisdiscovered Francisdlseevered Francisdiscovered
discovered that Rd Grief was held over overheels overhoob overheels
heels in love with her they kept close closeguard clDHguard closeguard
guard over her at church at schooland school schooland schooland
and at home The nimble wits of the theyouthful theyouthtul theyouthful
youthful pair J1 < < lr enabled them to keep up upa upa upa
a clandestine olando tln correspondence with 1th each eachother eaehothor eachether
other and in her last note to him she shesaid shesaId shesaid
said that on the succeeding Sunday Sundaymorning SUndR SUndRmorning Sundaymorning
morning she he was going going to visit vl tt her uncle unclein uncleIn unclein
in the Hyndsver community and would woulders wouldlikely
likely be accompanied by her two broth brothers brothers
ers aged ged fifteen and an seventeen Iiw uteen years yearsThis yearsThla yearsThis
This tip tIl was sufficient for the young youngman youngman OUftg OUftgffiln
man and he made preparations accord accordingly accordIngly accordIngly ¬
ingly inglyv > +
v Holds Up WagonHe Wagon WagonHe WagonHe
He came to Dresden Dre den and procured p ured the thenecessary thenece thenecessary
nece necessary ao license teen He then secured se ured the theservices thesftMlees theservless
services nf Squire W 1 r W V Houst a aboaom if ifbveom abosom
bosom friend of f his and posted him himnear himnear himnear
near the roadside where the wagon was wasto wasto wasto
to pass At the hour of 1 10 tne flit wagon wagoncame wagoncame wagoncame
came rolling along and sure Ure enoughthe enough enoughthe enoughthe
the young oung woman was in it sitting tUng on onthe oftthe onthe
the front seat between her two brothers broth brothers brothel2 ¬
ers As it passed Grief came out of the thebushe thebush thebushes
bush halted it and reached for his hissweetheart hissweetheArt hissweetheart
sweetheart sweetheartThe sweetheArtTh sweetheartThe
The Th brothers seeing what was as about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to happen ha en whipped the mules but Grief Griefhad GrltthAd Griefhad
had titen tajteni tacen the precaution to build a I rail railSocial raJlNATIONAL railNATIONAL
NATIONAL UNION UNIONPLANS UNIONPLANS
PLANS NEW NE CLUB CLUBSocial CLUBSocial
Social Organization of Coun Councils Councils Councils ¬
cils Expected to to3e toBe to3e
3e Large LargeTh
Th The various council of f time tit National NationalUnion NationalUnion ttcNsal ttcNsalUnlflA
I Union In the District of CelumMa C luMWa are arepreparing arepreparhg arepreparing
preparing to organise a club for social socialpurposes aedalpurposes eeeialpurposes
purposes among the members af t the or order orI order ¬
I der in this city It is expected that thatthe thatI thatthe
the club will eventually grow to be on onof one oneot oneof
I of tho tho largest organization of its kIdin kind kindin kladin
in this city cityA elbA cityA
A temporary organisation has been beenformed beentormed beenformed
formed and a canvass Is 1 being made for formembers forlnembers formembers
members The permanent organization organizationwill orgaRbatloftwill organizationwill
will be perfected in about two weeks weeksThere weeksThere weeksThere
There are between lCOO and W0 lo08 mem members mettIbers meinborn ¬
bers of the National tloftal Union In Washington Washing Washington ahing ahington ¬
ton and It is believed that fully one onefourth onefourth onefourth
fourth of these will join th the new club clubSocial clubSootal clubSocial
Social function banquets and enter entertainments OftterI Ofttertalnments entertainments ¬
I
tainments of t various lIous kinds are centemplated contem contemplated eo tem templated ¬
plated as a part of the work of the theclub theclub theclub
club which also a18 hopes to arouse n new w in interest Interest In Interestln ¬
terest terestln In the order orderj orderClub orderClub
j Club Plans Outlined OutlinedAt OutlinedAt
At th the annual election of officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Government Govern1B8 t Printing Office Council Councilon Councilon
on Saturday night the plans ns for the new newclub newclub
club were explained by b representatives representativesfrom repr representativesfrom tattYe tattYefrom
from the cabinet cabinetPreceding cabinetPreceding cabinetPreceding
Preceding the election the retiring retiringpresident retiringpre retiringpresldent
president pre tdent J E Colton of the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment Printing Office made a short but butimpressive butImpressive butimpressive
impressive talk on the subject of fra fraternalism fratenlalim fraternalism
ternalism Following the ejeotion the themembers themembers
members of the council indulged In a adrawing Adravotng adrawing
drawing for turkeys and as a result resulttwelve re resulttwelve lt lttwelve
twelve members of the council will have haveturkey haveturkey haveturkey
turkey dinners tomorrow tomorrowPrinters tomorrowPrinters tomorrowPrinters
Printers Elect Officers OfficersThe Of OfficersThe cen cenThe
The following officers were elected for forthe torthe forthe
the ensuing term President H J JRedfteM JRedfield JRedflekl
RedfteM vice president James JaM R Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong speaker William lIIlam G Glenn Glennformer GlenntormaI Glennformer
former president pr Sldent J E Colton secre secretary secretary ecre ecretary ¬
tary Joseph Dierken financial secretary secre secretary > > eeretary ¬
tary T A Bynum treasurer Thomas ThomasI
I L Jones Jonl ll chaplain E D Norris usherElmer usher usherElmer uMherElmor
Elmer Dement sergeantatarm John JohnHogan JohnHogan JohnHogan
Hogan doorkeeper 11 L 1 Laviseon Laviseontrustees LVtNoRtruste L wIason wIasontrustees
trustees truste J II IL Baeock II F J Drake Drakeand DrakeaDd Drakeand
and MHo Shanks delegates to the cab ¬
inet IL F J Drake H T Brian Jo Joseph 1 1aeph Iil8lh
aeph Dierken James W Hughes T A I I
Bynum J E Colton H IL J Redneld ned ld J
It Armstrong and C P Boss no dele delegate d delegate le legate ¬
gate to the Immediate Relief Associa Association AS8OChctlon Association ¬
tion T A BynumEY Bynum BynumIE DynumNEWLY
IE EY FOUND PLANT PLANTSHANGHAI PLANTGURES 1
CURES OPIUM HABIT AB1T AB1TSHANGILA7 I IBHGII l
SHANGHAI BHGII Jan 1 Inul Tha Malay Malaypeninsula MalaypeRinaula Malaypeninsula
peninsula has developed a plant that is isreally Isreall isreally
really reall more important to this thl l section sectionof Metlonof seetSottof
of the world orld than the Keeiey cure to
America The appetite app tlte for opium has
been the curse of the Malayans This Thisplant Thisplant Thisplant
plant which has not been classified classifiedcures classl ciassitiedcures etl etlcures
cures the taste for opium opiumMen ollumMen opiumMen
Men have been entirely cured by tak ¬
ing the residue of the plant after afertak it
has been boiled boiledGOOD boiledGOOD boiledGOOD
GOOD RESOLUTIONS RESOLUTIONSCut
Cut These Out and Paste Them Up UpIWiere UpWhere UpWhere
Where Ton Kill See Them ThemEvery ThemEcrr ThemEvery
Every Day DayI Da DaI
I will net tee e cereibse careles oarel about ab ut my health healthI
I will never allow a cold te wear ed edit etrIt aftit ¬
it wears away the lungs lungsInatead lungsInateadI instead insteadI
I will remember that pneumonia p ettmonla can canbe canbe canbe
be prevented pr v8fttod by taking in time Father FatherJohns FatherJohns FatherJohns
Johns Medicine MedicineI
I will avoid Patent MedicinesCough Medicines MedicinesCough ltedleJnesCough
° Cough Cures and socalled Im Immediate Immediate urnmediate ¬
mediate Relief Remedies RemediesI
I will 111 remember that what is l mte mtetaken mJ mJtaken mistaken
taken for relief Is instead ht tead deadening of ofthe otthe ofthe
the nerves ne nevesby ves by the opium and Qther Qtherpoisonous Qtherpoisonous
poisonous drugs which the majority of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them contain which wh h weaken the body bodywhite bodywhile bodywhite
white the disease dlsea remains and gets a astronger aatrongor astronger
stronger hold holdI holdI
I will remember that Father Johns JohnsMedicine JOltnsMedicine JohnsMedicine
Medicine Is neither a Patent Medi Medicine Medicine Medltine ¬
cine ner a Cough Syrup and that It Itall itI itis
is I all pure nourishment free from fromOpium tromOpium fromOpium
Opium Morphine er r ether Poisonous PoisonousDrugs PoisonousDrugs PoisonousDrugs
Drugs DrugsI
I will remember that tbatlather Father John JohnMedicine JehnlIedletfte Johns JohnsMedicine
Medicine builds up and makes strength strengthat
at the same time euros eur6 the upld Il ld and all allthroat aUthroat allthroat
throat and lung trouble
fence just across the road re In front frontHe tr frontIre t tHe
He swung on to the wagon agan and grab grabbing grabbing grabbing ¬
bing the rein reins soon brought tb the tbeto team teamHe teamto
to a standstill standUIlI standstilllie
I lIe seized Miss I Francis with bath batharms IMKharms botharms
arms around the waist while th thbrothers the tIHIfi thebrother
brothers hung g on to t her test butt but HV HVail like likeall
fi arsbr = 1ht r
ail lovers in such cases he puller her Jwrloose herloose
loose and they struck across th the open openfield openfield fteft fteftfield
field to find the Justice He was wa not notvery HOtvery notvery
very far away and the knot wa was tied titdquicker t tqulckar tiedquicker
quicker than winking winkingLive winkingLhe winkingLive
Live Happy Ever After AfterAfter AfterAfter
After the marriage the couple fear fearing tearIng fearbig ¬
ing the father fath r who had haf just JW lt lost a adaughter adaughter adaughter
daughter and gained a soninlaw soninlawmight IiOnlnlawmlht soninlawmight
might carry out his ottenexpre often oftenaxpreeed expressed ed de desire desire desire ¬
sire to thrash the life out of C both of ofthem otthem ofthem
them if ever vel this Important event vent which whichhad whichbad whichhad
had Just occurred did occur got in the thejustices thojusUces thejustices
justices buggy and drove to his house housefor hou housefar > > e etal
for dinner where they cook could at thesame the thename
name time have the the he protection of the thelaw thelaw thelaw I
law lawof lawol lawThe
ol The boys in the h meantime had got t out outof
Umlwn I Ihad
of th their r notion o r te mV visit their uncle unclhad and A i ihad
had struck for home and told the story atol atolFr
Francis Fr Bell finding his daughter had beaten beatenhi heatenh beatenbin
hi h bin < n rode one of the mules back look looking luokInl looklog ¬
log for the fleeing couple coupleSquire coupleSquire coupleSquire
Squire House 1T use went out to see him himand himand himand
and after much discussion di cuHlon and persuasion persua persuasion persuaItIOft ¬
sion he agreed to take his hl daughterback daughter daughterback dliught t tback
back and receive his new soninlaw into In Into Into ¬
to his family They put the girl on tho thomule thomule thomule
mule while the father and soninlawwalked soninlaw soninlawwalked IIOnlnlawwalked
walked homeward together togetherGOT togetherGOT j
GOT LAZIEST l lAT MAN MANAT MANAT
AT AUCTION SALE SALECost SALECost SALECost
Cost 1 and Purchaser PurchaserThinks Pur PurchaserThinks c has e r rThinks
Thinks He Paid 99 99Cents 99Cents 99Cents
Cents Too Much MuchKL1ZABKTHTOWN MuchBLI7ADJDTIITON Much1OL1ZAB
KL1ZABKTHTOWN 1OL1ZAB TIITOWN Ky Jan LJ LJJ LJJ LJJ
J Jotonsoa the blacksmith who at atsheriffs atflhertlts atsheriWs
sheriffs sate bought the services of ofDock ofDock ofDock
Dock Aubury vagrant for nine ninemnoths ninemMt ninemaothe
mnoths mMt II tor ii 1 now says after an ex experiouee experte experlenee
periouee perte ee with his investment that he hepaM hepaM hepakt
paM 88 cents more than his purchase is isworth iaworth isworth
worth worthJohnson worthJoh worthJohnson
Johnson Joh 80n say M Auaury Uhul is the laziest lasiestwhite Jaaleatwhite laziestwhite
white man who ever drew breath and andb aDd1MI andhe
b 1MI fears that some Me day da Dock will die diebacaise diebemnH diebeta
bacaise beta mse he Is so lacy Jaz h be may refuse to toeven toeven toeven
even breathe breatheAnother breatheAnother breatheAnother
Another thins thiat < < is that Dock Is > a about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to eat his master ma ter out of house and andhome AluthollMt stdhome
home Johnson says be can eat more morethan morehan morethan
than any man 0 he ever tn saw sawWhen sawWhen w wbert
When bert Dock was bought his initial initialJob initialjob Initialjob
Job was to h help lp p Johnson in the black blacksmith blackIImlth blacksmith ¬
smith shop hop The first thing he 4td was wasto wasto wasto
to assist in welding a wagon tire tireDock Ureit tireDock
Dock went to sleep standing up let letthe letthe
it itoW oW oWJehn
the ttro fall off the anvil and caused causedJohnson causedJohnson
Johnson Jehn Olt to break his hammer in two twoptacoH twoptacell twoisHe
ptacoH ptacoHHe ptacellHe isHe
He then than th put t Dock to work husk husking husklag ¬
lag corn corn After After being on the Job fifteen Afteeautes fifteenminute
minute 1 utes = he h went 8ft 8ftnlf nlf to sleep I = Johnson Johnsonsays Johnsonsays o oys =
says ys ho is going to give Ive Dock his hisfreedom hislrMdom hisfreedom
freedomBElT freedom freedomBEIT lrMdomBElT
BElT HELPS DOUBLE DOUBLEENGLISH DOUBLEI DOUBLEEMOLISH
ENGLISH I Ihave CHARITIES CHARITIESLONDON
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LONDON Jan 1 1Engllsl Engiin E charities charitieshave charitieshave
have doubled during the year In n 1906 1906about 19 1906about 5 5allQut
about ss JO IOWoJJ9 eeeeo 609 was 10 distributed for furcharity forchanty forcharity
charity This Tb1 is II double the annual annualavers annualILVerflre annualavers
avers ILVerflre se of the past twenty years This Thisimmense Thl ThlImmense ThisImmense
immense revenue was w derived princi princil principally
I l JllIy ally from tro 11 the offering of fourpersons fourpersonsthe four persons personsthe personI
the chief of whom was Alfred Jrred Belt the thecolaborer thecolRborer thecolaborer
I colaborer of Cecil llhodcs in South SouthAfrica Southy SouthW SouthAftica
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Requesting United States StatesProtection StatesProtectIon StatesProtection
Protection ProtectionHAVANA ProtectIonJIA ProtectionHAVANA
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nearly earl black with neglect It is new newvalutd ftfIWwlud newvalutd
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charming portrait in hi his characteristic characteristicstyle cbara oharseteeietkstyle teri Uc Ucstyle
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RACE DYING OUT OUTBIRTHS OUTBIRTHSDECREASE
BIRTHS BIRTHSDECREASE BIRTHSDECREASEPARIS DECREASE DECREASEPARIS
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population of the whole world are arestartling are8tarUlng arestartling
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so because the Ko Koa whole human race is isgradually isgradually
gradually gradu n dying out Taking the th years ycarsof yearsof ears earsot
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thousand lhou nd married women from fifteen fifteento
to flftyive fttty ve years of age taken lkon from fromdifferent fromdifferent rom romdifferent I
different countries the birth blrt have de decr deereeHd decreased
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The puzzle is in the omission of words in the explanatory paragraph headed headedBest headedf headedBest
f Best of Bargains The prize will be Five Dollars worth of Lingerie to be elected electedby electedby electedby
by the patron of the Cotton Underwear t r Department who brings the nearest solution solutionto
to the puzzle Note that the original originnllJarlgraph paragraph is known only to the writer and andwiU andwiUnot will willnot willnot
not be divulged dh llgcd until next Monday when it and the prize winners solution will be bepublished bepublished bepublished
published Please let your our solution bear name and address or some combination of ofnumbers ofnumbers ofnumbers
numbers as a means of identification identificationEach identificationBest identificationBest
Best of Bargains BargainsEach
Each Asterisk > a Represents One Word WordTomorrow WordTomorrow WordTomorrow
Tomorrow morning promptly at 8 oclock the Annual Clearing ClearingSale ClearingSale ClearingSale
Sale in the Cotton Underwear Department This news I < for by byhosts byhosts byt
hosts of regular re lar patrons many of whom t supplies for distant future futureas
as well ell as present needs The casual visitor is asked to shut to the thetumbled thetumbled thetumbled 1
tumbled appearance of this lingerie lin rie and open them to the quality of ofmaterials ofnuterials I Imaterials
materials the trimmings and the finish when as ridiculously ridiculouslybe
little as they really are Looking ahead the new lingerie of 1907 mustbe must mustbe
be priced to the greatly increased cost of cottons embroideries and andlaces and1aces i ilaces
laces so that if custom had not made a rule the oldyear old ear garments garmentscould garmentscould rments a acould
could be consistently raised II rather ther than lowered Regular patrons patronshundred patronsa1W2Is patronsalways
a1W2Is always have thoroughly hly appreciate that this Annual Clearing Salebargains Sale Salebarpins
bargains of every yearthe explanatory parauarh gralh for those thosewho thosewho
who have yet et to learn Learn tomorrowlook for and ° thousand six sixhundred six sixhundred
hundred r of these oklyear garments on first and third floor tables tablesNote biblesI tablesNote
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CLOSED ALL DAY NEW YEARS TEARSFor YEARSFor YEARSFor
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