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AfiUKKB WEEKLY UEFLECTOR, AJBILKNSS, KANSAS, MARCH SI, 1910.
A BOY CONFESSED TO STRANGE CRIME Murdered Old Grey Haired Man for Money. THEN CASHED A $615 CHECK Th Boy I 18 Years Old and Tell. How H Killed the Lonely Man With a 1 Hammer. Carrollton, Mo., Mar. 30. Wa It Arthur Wooden' eagerness to marry hat prompted him to murder George W. Bmlth In hi lonely cabin In the wooda laat Friday night? Wooden li II yeara old. He has confessed that ta had beat the old men to death with at hammer In order to take from him 1616 check. More than a year ago Wooden left hie father'! farm and alio then he haa "hired out" to other a...a rnnnri the neighborhood. farm hand fa doing well If he makes 411 a month, board ana a piace ' -Bleep. , . Lately Wooden haa been employed ty John Mllea, a farmer, living a half n. j... th road from the Smith oaature gate. Through this gate two wheel-tracks wind acroii the pasture tha Itttl nno- roomed log cabin back th. t,Mi where, alnce the UJVUf L" . . . -, ' . . 4 vi. ...I flua vMira lf& Geo W. Smith, TO yeara old, white haired and bearded, had lived aione. t .m nw tn hrlne- my girl In and get married," Wooden told a clerk In ... k.w York Store here Saturday morning as he sized up the fit of a new J a,i.t fcafnrA a mirror. Wooden had come to town that i. .i s.a.heit a sei 5 check. It aiviiuwf) " - ..Hnn hich led to his arrest. ti w Bmlrti was found dead In hli bed in hla cabin. Hla throat had been cut and hia skull fractured In three places. Several daya before (tmllh had sold a lot of mules and had received In payment a check for 616. The check could not be found In the kit. "I killed old man Smith," Wooden nM th nresecutor. "I did It by my ..w and fnr that 1615 check. .Last t mat Smith an the road lUUlsuaj -' - .. v. h.j mM the mules. He show ... th. h!k. It would take me many yeara to save 615. I think 1 . could save It. Last Friday night m i.k uiw home, where I was work hf lint after dark. 1 took with me a fcammer. BLACKMAR WOULD STOP STRIKES Professor of Sociology at Kansas Unl verelty Wants the Publle Pro tected by Law. Topoaa, Mar. 80. F. W. Blackmar, jrofeuor of aoclology at Kanaai unl yerslty, haa started an agitation for a tow to prevent atrlkea. The threaten ed coal atrlka on April 1 neit has caused him to get busy. la anticipation of the strike, the rail road are piling up coal along their tracks and Industrial enterprises are laying In extra auppllea. It la pre dicted by coal men that many factories -will have to close down for lack of a.i Prof. Blackmar cannot hope to In- J floenco the unpenning in j agHatlon, but he wanta o get the mat ter started ao that the Kansaa legisla ture next winter will pass some kind t a law on the aubject Later he will carry hla fight to congress A SCHOOL: FOR SUFFRAGETTES It Is to be Established at Los Angeles and will Teach History of the ' Movement Los Angeles, Mar. 30. A school for araffragettea will be established accord lag to Mrs. Mary A. English, a grad uate of the University of California, In structor in science at the Loa Angelea Normal echool and prealdent of the local suffragist league. The general course at the new school will Include Bve branches of Instruction: History ef the suffragist movement, econo mics of suffrage, from a- woman's standpoint, evolution of the legal autns of women, biology of suffrage ai affecting women, and professions as social and Industrial factors. NICARAGUANS SEIZE SCHOONERS They longd to Americana tut Were Taken In th Name of Con etltutlenal Government ' BlueSelds, Mar. Jl Th American choosers Lark and Esfuerae have keea awlsed by Emlgue Esploosa, aretfeer of Rodelfe Esplnota, former Nicaragua minister to the United tat. Tier were salted la the same t th eoastltatleaal government, tak M y QicytowB aad turned ever to U troea President Madrli to be sd ea traMporta. The ttreagth of Madrls t Greyttirn la about 1000 men. Th owners ef the vessel protested to the American consul against the aeti aad k notified th eoaaund r-t t taaboat Paducah, which aail 4 imotrlr tor Orvytowa to wear the jale) of thf chooaer. Th Pa docah, however, returned her without th Lark aad Eafuena, having receiv ed tost rucUoa fe Rear Admiral JC'nll that if 'V were dying a for sr j hr w sot t b tatM rd wtlh,. (i; V 6REAT DUST STORri KANSAS WORST IN YEARS IN CENTRAL PART OP STATE. Little Rain Fell and Continued ory Windy Weather Seriously Afreets the Wheat Crop. Mar. 30. It haa beea years since central and western Kan sas haa known a wind ana sammurui such as the present Unfortunately no rain fell. Railroad trains nave been delayed from three to five nours aim onmmunlcatton by telephone and tele graph haa been cirt off. The tempera- ture Is falling and as fruit trees mo full bloom fears are entertained tor th fruit crop. The sky haa been hazy the greater part of the day irom ." dust and sand In the air and the wheat h. i miiv sections have been cov ered with a coating of Band. Several prairie fires have started In as many localities, but the wqrst was nuum u. rni. Th. effnrta of several hundred people were required to prevent the flames from getting Into me lown. , i ..h nf Kills waa burned and a great deal of hay and other feed has been destroyed as wen as un fencing. u..i..iinn Kn . Mar. 30. A five i.. rirautih was broken here by a slight shower which scarcely laid the dust. High winds have been blowing the tost four days, drying out the aur face of the ground. Plowing Is not yet hampered for lack or moiseure. 41.11-.,. ir.r, Mar. SO A hiKh SOUth wind continuing for the last two days haa been dangerouB to wheat, already badly hurt. RENEW BANK GUARANTY FIGHT 1 Attorney General Jockson Has Served Notice That He win ask auprcm. Court for Judgment. n...i,. M.r so The admlnistra- Hon will renew lt fight for bank guar iintv now defunct, In the supreme lauraa. - court next week. Attorney General Jackson has served notice on ine u ..j.t K.nv. that nn Anrll 7 he will ask the supreme court for Judgment on the pleadings againsi nan vuu. t v rmllev and State Treaa- IIIISOIIIIJCI . urer Mark Tulley to compel them to enforce the law. As an offset to this J. E. Heasln of Manhattan, attorney for the banks, has served notice on Dolley and Tulley that on April he will take their oral testimony before the supreme court This is an unusual proceeding. The supreme court rarely ever heara oral testimony. ...e attorney general has t- u.a.in tn nresent the testimony In the form of depositions or affldavlte, hut has reoeivea no repu It Is doubtful If the supreme court will listen to oral testimony. It may ap point a special master to take It. TOTAL PROHIBITION IS COMING Qov. Stubb Think That In Tn Vr It Will Be Universally , Adopted. Topeka, Mar. 30. Gov. Stubb ex pect to see prohibition throughout the country within the next ten years. He returned from Chicago where he made three or four prohibition peeches Sat urday and Monday. "Total prohibition I coming and It i. ...In. ranlrilv." th KOVemOr ld. "Two yeara ago prohibition In Chicago would have been dreamed of. Chi- .... hia no nmhlhltlon DOW. but It 1 my opinion that It will have within a year. I waa tola oy miaou mu, . mnA nrnfsGlnnal men. that the Btl. p.w.w" prohibition lesu would hav carried had th election been allowed to pro ceed. A It la I tntnic proamnion n but been delayed a year In Chicago." SENATOR ALLDS FOUND GUILTY Charge Prfrrd by Cngr Against New York Leoieiaior unm Allda Reelgned Before Verdict. Albany, N. Y Mar. SOj-SUte Sena tor Jotham P. Allda of Chenango coun ty was found guilty by a vote of 40 . in. in th senate of accepting a 11,000 bribe from the bridge interests In 1901. The verdict ioiiowea nis resignation from the senate and marks th end ot th hearing of the charge, preferred by Benator Benjamin Conger which haa extended over seven weeka, revealing many sidelight ot a etart ling character on the condition la th legislature Bin jean agp. 1 AEROPLANES TO RACE AUTOS At the Memphis Aviation Meet Several Unusual Feature Will b Introduced. u.mnhia Mar. II. An avlatloa meet, haa been arranged for April t, T, I and t her, at which Olenn Curtis, kl. ...Uf.nl rh.rla Hamilton, and Charle Wlllard will be the principal operator of aeroplane. Th aviator hav promised nuyu enaouu records for height and distance. Only kavlr-thaa-tr machine will be eligible. la addlUoa to the aeropiaa racee there will be race betwee the lying aurktna and automobile and between aeraplane and ayiprcycl. nlaaJaa Wreck ah OH Cam. 4fs.fn nv liar, to Ta aa laokttad Mctloa ot the Klefer oU tld a chart of nitroglycerin forced iross aa ell well by fa preasar plodd npoa naek lag the aarface. Tk nplnkn el a wagon load of explosive ar th weU. Thra koreee were killed aad lr destroyed tare sil dsrrtcta. THE RIVER BILL I'dllS ffi LIE Senator Burton Could Not Block the Projecti MAY USE MONEY RIGHT AWAY The Senate Committee Favorably Re ported th l,vUO,UUU Appropriation for Missouri River Im provement. ur..Minn Mar. SO. The senate committee on commerce voted to re hvnnhtv itit aectlon of the river and harbor hill which provides for the appropriation oi i,uuv,uuu xur uio rival- Th mfflWT IB tO OB USed for Improvement between Kansas City ana toe moutn oi iu mw. 'i n. m.ttr hmi heen a cause ot anx iety to the Missouri senators because of th opposition of senator uuruw oi the. 4tm W&B reached ipere wm very llttto discussion. Sen ator Stone, wno 19 a memoir vi Uln .gbai an ATDrARRiOIl Of tfa6 UUlIIUiit-iceJaf . " committee as to whether It regarded the appropriation as meaning mai pan of the money could be used thla sum mer to keep the channel clear and aid navigation as well as tor permanent betterments. The committee held that to use part of the money to clear the .fc.nnal anil IcAen It Clear WOUld t a proper use under the terms of the bill. MaJ. James B. gavanaugn, one oi iuc in th war denartment. who probably will have charge of the work, aald his advice would be to oreuge mm null snags this summer and keep the channel clear. Senator Burton expressed his owec th nnnmnrlatlon briefly, but the committee voted to let the section stand exactly as 1f came irom .tn house. PRAIRIE FIRES IN RAWLINS Western Kansaa County Suffers Heavy Los When Flme Swept Across 15 Miles. im.i iron Mar. 30. Prarl fires which swept over the south part of Rawlins county, through Grant, plin ton, Arbor, Atwood and Union town ships were the worst In years. Barns, feed and pasture to tne amount m iui 1., ft fntallv destroyed. The' Are aouth of Atwood started from a atraw pile on Dave Mahorney ni in nrant townahlo. and destroy- -j . ...vi. mi nurture of Swan An derson's, Ray wesmng aiwoie fi nttn Mothersheod's leea ana v m. Morran's feed and past ure, and muon otner property, which i... nn v.f tun renorted. The Are east of town started on the Tom Qllmore place four and one-half ii.. .yitithaaat nreaumablr from the chimney, which Ignited Mr. Ollmore'a eow atahle, which in turn ignueu m buffalo grass fully 100 yard from the stable. This Are oerore oing controll ed, burned for 15 miles. TELLS STORY OF BALLINGER Collier's Article Seriously Reflect on HI Professional conouci vvnn an Attorney. v,. v.i, u.. 90 rtnlllNr'e In the .C W ivift, - nuMnt Issue continues its crusad against owcretaij w .--a . . - K. Tnt.rlnr n.l. llnger with an article entitled "Bal- linger snysier, in wm;u . r. w- ;aTS mis Nettie iiuuson uwu holtterers poiisn mruiium, v nolly tells a story that on the face ofi epranK from the speeding train to ti rog. expert critically examine rug .4 a.-.. . u. nalltnffar'a nrofeft-'.L. .... ah. w..la nn Inlnrles .imataa ae to their value. It ci'DviB uu " sional conduot when he was practl- clng law In 'Port Townsend, Wash. Th atory concerns Bellinger a reia- tlons with the Scandinavian-American bank and the ahlpbulldlng firm of Heckman t Hanon, ana teno ioAi fluCIiy possible amoniancea show that Balllnger, after acting as'Bere ,ummoned and the Injured sent nun IUOV ja. . f attorney for Heckman ft Hanson and acquiring a knowledge of tneir dui ness affair, accepted antagonistic em ployment from the bank. The matter resulted In two attempt to have Bat linger and other lawyer disbarred, which failed. BACK TO mW NEXT MONDAY lympathy Strike In Philadelphia Will End at That Tim It I -Thought. Phti.Jolnhla Pa.. Mar. 26. Antici pating tbat th Central Labor union at II. t maatlnw Sundar will call oft officially th sympathy tr!k which ha been In effect here ror uree weeks, nnloa worker In molt ot th trade stHI effected by the gnral ttrlk arranged to reaume worg oa unj Tha eommlttee of ten which ka bad charge of th general etrlk t th execuUve coanaiHee er ue .Mlln. rannaa mA dlactuaed ulaBS for th eoatlonatloa ef th earaaea' strike. It wiH report to tne ceatrmi ijh. nnlnj. nn fliindar. whB It IS thought all th ynpthtte trlkr will be ordered be t wora ana nr aeatsed to render Bnanclal assist- sac to h carmen. a lu far Moeeevelt Pellet. Waaalastoa. Mar. 10. Senator hanKarlaJn nf OlWatm. PaklBC I the esat IB lopport of th bill to feveat th pretldeat wr.a siaioior wiituiraw land from pobrlc tomala to protect natural roree. sad strong pie iw ko at the Roosevelt-Oartleld Plncaot !a lor coEserraUoa. THE SEASON. OF After a Day of Nerve-Racklng Toll. ON SIEEP INCLINE Kansas City's Ancient Cable Line the Scene. ELEVEN PERSONS INJURED Car Filled With Girls nd Women Dashed Into Derailed Train Dur- ing the Morning Rush. Kn CAtv. Mar. 30. Eleven per sons were Injured and many others sons were injureu auu mauj vlw.. i had a narrow escape in a collision be- . li . . V. .. ....,1 tween two came caia uu uiu ."v.u. Twelfth street incline, whlcn, In time x , i V. rt niimTAIIB JHIHI, I1BS UCVU tllO bi-v.id v accidents and loss of life. I A grlpman, Byron R. Rooka, Is blam-1 ed for the accident. The car of which .- j ! he was in cnarge aasaeu uuwu Incline and collided with the trailer nf the preceding train which had loft the tracks. The Incline Is equippea with block aignals and It Is declared .. . .. .. i ot.Anttnn : mat li tee gnpmu .u h,u to theIgnel he could have stopped his train and avoided the collision. Both train were crowded with pas- senger on their way to tne west bottom. When the forward train leu . V. . . GARS ARE WRECKED the tracks near tne doiiodi m m iu- paintings irom m iiuuo cllne, most of the passengers alighted (jji.john Hall, where they will be ex ' . a- .v. .... , tniatf Th fnrnl- Etno waiKwi w mo Biicck. . . . . . ! .t Notwlthstanaing me dioch nii.a. the car following. In charge of Grip- n u. Jnmrn th viaduct U1IU1 iwvaa, vuic vm at a good rate of speed. When the paes.nger saw th danger wey sprang to their feet and called 10 ine grlpman to stop tne train, ne ii auuvai- ly released the grip and put on the . . .i . i tttmAA to wnrli. i oraae. me orac With ehrleks of fear the passengers on the grip car aw the train daah j . ... v.. . k.A hm train at 1 i auwu uio II ,v. winm sown inc inciiuc " tYmv hai-am ninlc stricken and sev- women attempted to leap from the r vittuuvt. oust ' ' ' hOy0n4 cttt 0n her hands and. legs. I Wuen at cMe traln struck the car !n front all of the passenger were ,ttnajng. They were hurled from the ,ar u though shot from a catapult. TbU steep incline, tuwaja m' to life at Test, nd tfce onlf direst line a v.gm- Mil thm Ktnr.lc 10 XllO WOt UULbUUiB . ... sKn TiAr1vvfstr1 T&raS TOr JVi um " o" antll it is in stale of dilapidation and . ' irv . .atait Ave It are lecay. ira r " - , . 4. IV. ..!.. 4 5f the oldet Style, worn a uio i'" WDeB tn iurniima, r- - f wreckage and yet thi line carries haT, been disposed of the mansion It- . . J.n Anmn .. ... l tJ t nf'Hnn. RV th nouaauua m i.o.cb-.- - .v,. tn work. How sen- n acldent have been averted o long Is a mystery. - . SNOW STORM STRIKES DENVER ateempanled- by Heavy "Wine n Caueed Great Lew In Inter-Moun- tain District rw444 Uar. SO Snow, accoat- t.w lun wind. ahnot bill iard. It reported throughout th Inter Mimtala district wire commnnwa ttw is Interrupted aad trail aarrlc 'eJered. . . The etona waa particularly ony latrao lav th Oreat Bait Lake valley tad th Valla eat ef oa the TJaloa raelAe, which ar reported to hare rafered Brace, damage. Many Colorado polaU ar laolatad a a mult of the Mom aad It I fear- A laat tna emi aajnat Will b heavy Ike storm following SI day of contlau- ea aaahlB. .yum fiuard Chartewtotv Charlestoa. W. Va, Mar. K. Mount hoiaalen a. th. moK ef the , hlm.e f Th old whlch destroy -or. than W eo-ejba. ... . M lied b l It. T k der th. guard of . u.U .nMi.r ara itribauni uni rplia ' INCONSISTENCY. A Coxy Evening In th. Flat IS Beautiful Yerkes Collection is Being Sold. THE HOME ITSELF WILL GO Four Year Ago th Traction Magnate Left Hi Widow incom rrom $4,000,000 and a Mansion. jew ioi, Yerkes, the traction promoter of CM- . . T 1 . wh.n 1A AtA New York, Mar. 25. Charle T. (ago ana " tDOUt four years ago, believed he left , t nAn.n.4.Klv nrnvMH ffir. Hfi HIS W11W tUUlluiwu'J I" " ' arranged she shoulu have the Interest anBuaily on about 4,000,00 ana me mansion in Fifth avenue and Blxty- . .. l . . .,ia.unl nnl. eiahth street, wim n uisuu'-" w. )e,Uon 0 paintings, rugs and brie Dr,c f0r UB during her life. Mra. M,ry Adelaide Yerke, tne wioow, ltlll lg uvins mid a part of th . : v., V. V. hnahnnri left spienaur.iu wuivm h - wllen De died. But th nalnting hav been stripped from th art gal- lery adjoining the mansion and from tBe room, f the house uaeii. Wagon after wagon nas cumra m . . . V n 4A UAH. niDiiea ucsiuim t-w j . . , , w.nalrafl ture in tn nouse 'uiu 'and tagged for sale at public auction. - n.ln.l.a Mlllxctlon1 Of 40 .111 aviwiua " 'rug, wbl,b yerke acquired at 'enor- mou, expense i careiuuy prewrT.o ndw )ock and key, put man gems wnicn ne pickou im ne decorated his home are being tag- . Ura Varkea-own icq ior mi. .-. ir has been visited by agent of tn recetver with tag and article .... it ..1a maraea tur nutiwu While this work. I going on Mr. Yerke I a wltne of It all. Dally fof the lut (,w weeks she has seen up- th laat few weeks he nas seen uf- aiiu uianv - Sn. na watched agent of the receive r bu.ly tag article and make them rell(ly Ior the sale, wnii fariy wen provided with money, yet lh (, forced to witness the falling away ot one of the nneai private eoiijctiona In the country. The paint- S,0tK),ovu, naum i 'fJ4 to tie fretert U My indlvW- i. i..i.niii In a..i wo rid. At the UJU flWUBCUvns " L..i K n MrL Tfirket DM DIWUUI F remined ta the mansion. . mi- . ..t n anon, because boo, . ' . - .. m anil n.lntlH.1 va.t " - .-..tain. nt the will Mrs. Yerke was t0 have he ne ot the home for th remainder ol oer me. 1 m .v. .in msi. ef course. Is .wniacra " ' - bric-a-brae and mc U being made to M, S debt against DAIRY LECTURE TOUR PLANNED Frmr In th Oark South ef Spring, Held, Ma, tm mm Modern Metheea. Columbia, Mo., Mar. S A dairy lecture tour la being arranged by Dr. W. P. Cutler, etat feed, dairy aad drug commissi on r. aad John H. Cur ran, stat immigration commlaaloaer. , ... auwiara eaathoda of dairy . , m w. dm. Tha toor will xamuia -4. beevtf th St Loon Sa Fraaclee raflroad soutn rroa sprragnaa.. probably will be made the rt week la apni. , ..-.Mu-th Man kulcW. . l-Z..-..ia sr.n. Mar. it. Job l "'Z ha. bee. despoa t " SPLENDOR DRIFTING AWAY RAILROAD DILL IS NFXT RIG PROBLEM Senators Show no Desire to Rush '. Legislation. A QUESTION OF AMENDMENTS Th Bill Will Not Pax 8nt aa It Come From the Houe Anotner . . Month' ef ' . j Talk. w..hinirtnn. Mar. 28. The presi dent' program In the senate la having a rough time, a epiru oi procraeuuw Hon seem to have taken possession of senators. For two week now ther apparently has been no desire to push things. Senator Elkini has chafed ai der a restraint that Irritates both president and the organization lead ers. There, however, le little danger but that this program will be carried out In the end, and many senator hope that with the Easter holiday out of the way the members will buckle down' to work with a determination to get through and back home. The pending railroad bill constitute the biggest problem in the legislation of 'both houses. In the house the ad ministration bill has been amended out of all semblance to the measure introduced by Mr. Towneend. The fight to pull the measure through that body wilt be conducted by Chairman Mann, whOBe amendments agreed to In com mittee, have struck at section the president considers most vital and im portant. In the senate the bill waa reported as the president want it and the fight there will be to amend It to make It correspond In some measure to the provisions agreed upon In com mittee in the house. Jt Is extremely doubtful If the bill aa reported can ODiain enough uv the senate to put it through. Amend ments must be agreed to. The only question with Senators Aldrich, and Elklns is what and how many amend ments they must concede. Senator Elklns, chairman of the committee and Senator Crane, Mr. Aldrlch's "whip" put In two hours with a roll of the sen ate figuring out just how the probable vote would siana on ine variuu im portant amendments, submitted by nnmmin. rMmVh Nlaon and other in surgent senators. It 1 understood that the organixatlon leaders are preparea , to go far in .the way of compromise. They draw the line, however, at the Cummins proposition that the commis sion must give . its approval to all traffic agreements before they go Into effect. Tnls provision ana uie aecuuo permitting the merger of roads that hold 60 per cent of the stock of a com peting line or under long lease to com plete auch merger are the two point on which the organisation iroutua will make their stand. They may give wav on anything else but absolutely nothing on these two. In order to hasten Anal action, ...ijaui. nnt mnsldered desirable may be accepted and then thrown Out In conference. Senator ciapp sug gested that this policy might be pur- sued but asserted mai mesa -ment would be watched. If the ques tion upon which the senate went oa record were stricken from the bill In conference the whole fight would be renewed over the adoption oi me con tMinrt Mn nne Is 111 titled yet In predicting when th debate over th railroad bill will close. It look like anotner monta ui wi. - -UJ--. 4 ... .Mnnl .Tuna fid. a VlCO- . v. i 4.11. t. aAinnnb Fresldent Sherman predicted at the White house, the brakes win nav w ha ramoTed from tne legisianvw wheel and more speed put on. , FOREST FIRES IN MISSOURI In the Southern Part of the State BOr 000 Acre Hv Airaoy aieen Destroyed. v.w.rann r.HT. Mar. 28. Destructive foreat Bras are raging in Stone, Taney. Ozark and Christian counties, and Tv- TT PilV-an .1.4 a ImmlKTatloD ..Uli.1 4i. viu.. . commissioner, who visited the cene ot th conflagration. Informed Got. Had ley that thousands of acre ot valuable timber have already been aeiroya. Mr. Curran mays that at thl time It I Impossible to obtain estimates of the number of acre burned or the lone. - tum mrninna-Ml ilrw and warm weath er 1 responsible. Several can are given for the .origin ot the fire, th chief one being spark from passing railroad engine. BRIDE AND GROOM DEAD IN PARK Dm Meinee Ceuele Went ea Moonlight pienle ana commina Dm Motnea, 1 Mar. It Lylag tide by aid, th. bodle ef Mr. and Mra. Harrr Deugla McDonald M cueaco. krlt. aad grooia of lx weeks, were fenad cold U deata ta twantaaqua para, at raIrBUL Taay weat alone oa s nooniig.1 pie alo and whea Uey did aot retura the rid.', parent snarted a search for the. Kvldaatly McDoaald bad kSktd hi brld aad himaelf, bat Be taows the cans. u ta th ead of a roiaaaUe aarriag tad coartahlp. Th brie tw Boataa ago waa stadylag to be B trained aura la' St L.k.'. aptul, CVeago. Mo- L, .a, . lawyer.