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OL XXXY ... I)DONA.LDSONYILLE, LA., SAT AY, .AUGUST 27, 1904. NO. 3..
LOCAL BUSINESS OIRECTOR .
DAItY OODS, GRc E.ES Eta.
r DEHON, corner Lafourche and Cha i
.." macnes streets, dealer in Dry Good', No
tions, Boots and Shoes, Groceries. Provisions,
Corn, Ots Bran, Wines, Liquors, eta.
KC KLINE, corner Crescent Place ak HuI
" mas street, ':.lear in Dry Goods, Notices,
Boots and Shoes, Grocer.- Provisioup Corp,
Oats and Bran.
ERNALD LEMANN & BROTHER, deai-re
in Western Produce, Fancy and StapleGro
ceries, Liquors, Hardware, Iron, Paints, Oils,
Carts, Plows, Saddlery, Stoves and Tinware.
Furniture, Crockery, Wall Paper and House
Furnishing Goods, Mississippi street, Railroad
avenue and Crescent Place.
FAMOUS .LUE STORE, Mississippi street,
opposite Nicholls Hotel. Groeeries, Pro
visions, Wines and miquors, Tobacoo, Hard
ware, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Painas,
Oils, Varnishes, Etc. Sole agency in Ascension
for the Perfection Gasoline Stove.
PIERRE CASTAGNOS, Veterinary Surgeon
and Physicia:i. Scientific treatment of al!
diseases of horses and mules. Best references
furnished. Successful treatment and reason
able charges guaranteed. Residence, Port Bar
rc-w. P. O. box 146, Donaldsonville, La.
R. I. ERWIN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office and Residence tn Houmas street adjoin
ing Law Office oý. E. N, Pugh. Phone, 26-3.
DR. J. A. TUCKER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and residence in Opelousas street, near
Courthouse. Telephone 228.
DR. J. L. RICHAR:S,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and - sidence corner of Iberville and Les
sard streets Telephone 127.
E. . SlIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in Roumas street, adjoinipg the Ascension
Club. Telephcee 9e.
T1 . 'T'. 1.H[. HANSOMN'
Avenue "harmacy, crrnerRaPi'.rc andiNbholls
avenues. Telephone 95-2.
DR. .'J. .,. HANSON.
OFFICE AN:L aEsi)E.' E:
Lessard street, between Nicholls avinue and
Iberville street. Te;ephone 54.
TDR. W. M. McGALLIARD
OFFICE AND REEIDENC" :
Corner Houmas and Iberville streets, office en
trance on Iberville. Te'ephone 28.
DR. PAUL T. THIBODAUX,
OFFICE AN5 RESIDENCE:
Corner Mississippi and St Patrick streets.
Office Hours: 11 a. m. to 2 p. in.
President Parish Board of Health.
DR S. A. WIEBRE
Crown and Bridge Work Executed in a SatIs
'ffice in Iberville street, between Leseard and i
St. Patrick streets.
R. JOS. L. WEBRE,
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Opelousas Street, opposite Ascension Academy.
Crown and bridge work a specialty.
Oice with E. N. Pugh, in Houmas Street, Don
aldsonville. Telephone 110.
ATTORNEYB ,t LAW. -
1 . VE<+A,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
OfCIe wit.: R McCullPch, corker Railroad and
DONALD SON, ., VILLE, LA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTAtY
L. U. 5OLBE. ABNER FOLSE.
. .. OL.LSE B SON,
OFuICE: With AscENrSION COAL CO., LTD.
ATVORN'Y AT LAW AN~D NOTARY
Offbc and residence, corner Railroad and Nich
Practices in all the courts of Louisiana, boti
Steve and Federal. Address, P. O,. Look Box S
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTAR'
DONA51LDSON VILLE, LA.
District Attorney Twenty-seventh Judicia.
District. Office in Nicholls avenge, oppositE
Courthouse. Promit attention paid tc collec
tions and civil business.
CALEi C. WF.BERI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Office in Nich Als Avenue, near the Courthouse,
Offce in Chetimaches street, o..osite Court
ATTORNEY AT LAW-JUSTICE or PEACE
Office in Opelousas street, opposite Ascension
The appointment as justice of the peace will
in no way interfere with my practice in district
courts or justice courts other than the one over
which I preside. Telephone 3.
S1ONAI DSONVILLE NEWS CO., Mrs. L. M.
I Tutaer, Manager, Railroad Avenue, ad
joining the postoffice. News and Illustrated
papers, Books. Stationery, Pens. Ink, Baseball
Supplies, Toys, and Fancy Articles in great
"i E. LEE Lavery1 Sale and Feed Stables,
-li Undertaking lEstablishment and Black
itb Shop, ississippi strset, between Lee
a ud andSt Patricistreet. Every department
paefci' iýsnarpiased prices sails
HOTELS A D SALOONS.
i- "E$~JGE, - - Proprietor.
S. D. GIAS 3LLONT, Day Clerk.
Was. J. MuRPay, Night Clerg.
H1: aquarters for Commercial
'Bu. and Porter to and From all Trlins.
Mississippi Street, Near Wharf,
P. O. Box :6. Telephone 3O.
Fisher S Landry, rProps.
Railroad Avenue and Iberville Street,
T ARGE Billiard and Pool Room. Music Hall,
Picture Gallery and other facilities for
amusement and conQsnience of natrons. A
choice supply of Liiversr, Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
J J. LECHE,
OR. RAILROAD and NICHOLLS A VENURS,
DOMA LDSON IV 'LI-, LA.
Purest and freshest of Drugs, Chemicals and
Patent Medicines always in stock. Trusses,
*ndages, Soaps, Perfumery, Brushes, Combs,
Smokers' materials, etc. Physicians' prescrip
tions carefully comn pounde I at all hours, day or
night. Telephone 95-2.
CONVENT, ST. JAMES PARISH, LA.
pest quality cigars at prices that defy competi
tion. Write for samples and prices.
CARUPAETIR iAND I HU L3M.
W . HAZLIP
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
All work neatly executed. Plans and Estimates
Are put up in a better man
ner than any manufactured
cistern. Why? Because they
are rut up clear of nails and
marde by hand. Our prices
are as low as any, material
and work considered.
P. S. Loubviere
Top Prices and you will
Promt an t by returns! mail.
P. Southern M. Loviess
O~ retna, Louisiana
Always in the markeo co ni1 grades of
moss. Write for prices ,,r ship direct.
J. B. SALLES, Prorptietor.
422-42 SSt. Charles Street,
NE'W ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
American Plar--$1 to $2 g day, with baths.
European Plan-50 and a5 r ansts and $1 a day,
Regular Breakfast-25 cents.
Table D'Hota Diner-t40 cents, with wine or
W. A. DILL
Copper, ht and.
Sheet Zron WVorks
Lafourche and Opelousas Streets, One Block
South of Bayou Bridge,
AETTER prepared than ever before to ex
ecute orders promptly and satisfactorily.
Special attention to repair work. Telephone
18. Postoffice Box 156.
St. Vincent's Institute
Conducted by Sisters of Charity
YfOUNG LADIES taken as boarders or day
Lstudents. Boarding students are under
authority of the Sisters. A special department
is conducted for small boys. Coming session
opens Monday, September e . For further in
formation, addresISTER M. CLOTILD,,
StSTER ct'. InLOTILDt,
PFatroniz A. J. STERKEN'S
Conld sonille Woo hari,
PROPRIETOR will call upon town residents
at ethr honies and solicit orders, or dan be
notified at thebotels, railroad Iepots or OnC r
office. Al grades owoodde s ered at owe
narkurtorite. Teslephons,. si
, Dr. Sheard Moore
erI. VETERINARY SURGEON
ial OFFICE AND RESIDENCTE-$4Ur le Street Doasonvie, a.
Teleso.oa a Donaldsonvi8le, a.
" The Peoples Batk
tc. J. A. DALFERES, President 13. N. SIMS, Vice Presi ent
S FRANK K. SIMS, Cashier WM. J. LEBLANC, Ass !tant
J. C. BOUCHEREAU, Collector
C. D. Gondran, Leon Kessler, Ed. C. Wathen
James P. Armitage, Dr. E. K. Sims, Dr. S. V.
V ega, Adolphe Netter, D. D..Dalferes, Henry
C. Braud, F. L. Trepagnier, H. C. Whiteman
nd J. R. Duke, H. L. Weil, R. N. Sims, J. A. Dalferes
or We PAY 3 PER CENT Interest on Time Deposits ,
S fGOETTE, PERSIDENT-MANAGER. JAS. FORTIER, SECRETASY-TNEASURER.
SDONALDSONVILLE ICE COMPANY, LIMITED,
S BCE DE1R, COLD STORAGE,
i4CA 7ACITY, 30 TONS DAILY.
S_ ast3.Is.Pl 4i 4SsT, OPPFOITE MFAk.&i TxL.PON NO. 78.
i Purest And Eest Quality ICE At Lowest Market Rates,
BUPTLIet I1 AT QCANTITY AT FACTORY oa SaIPPUD WnYE'SEBE ORDEnsD.
Local agency for the mammoth ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION'S celebrated
| KEG and BOTTLE BEERS, (FAUST, ANHEUSER, BOCK AND PALE IN KEGS, EXQUISITE, BUD.
WEISER, ANHEUSER AND BAVARIAN IN BOTTLES), which can be furnished in quantities to suit.
Orders left at the factory or addressed through the Donaldsonville postoffice, will receive
SromDt ard careful attention. Satisfaction always fully guaranteed.
iJ Uhllelr a |: all a il antnieilu re f iffI lglle IIII sPII Iit lll lilliJ 8lllll lll ll~II Illrtl
JOS. CONSTANTIN, President A. D. STEWART, Manager,
J. G. MORA, Vice President: C. J. ABRIBAT, Secretary
A. J. ROSSI, Treasurer
DOALDSONVILLE IRON WORKS, LTD.
Opposite Texas and Pacific Freight Depot.
Telephone No. 4.
Repairs to Machinery, Pumps, Brass and Tron Castings.
Boiler Makers and Sheet Iron Workers.
Flue, Tubular and Water-Tube Boiler Repairing.
Makers of Cane and Logging Cars and Trucks.
None but Frst-class Machanics Employed.
Pipes, Valves, Fittings, Packibg Gum, Electrical Supplies, Etc.
Special Facilities for Prompt Shipment by River or Rail.
-- ATISPACTION GUARAl wr aEED.
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J. A. LANDRY
.UOQEsso R TO RICHARD 9HOOES
307 $t. Charles Street, New Orleans, Louisiana
Cromplete A rscrtment of....
Firearms, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle anrid Sporting JGoods. =:
State Agcr.t for the S UN STANIARD TYPEWRITER
A $100 Machine for $40
(:3COUvlcR oY O iRý] M tl OLICITEDD
VICTOR VIoscA, Pres. RoeaR STEIB, Vice Pres. P. PERcY VIOSCA, Sec.-Treas.
DONALDSONVILLE COOPERAGE CO.,
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.4ANUFACTURE1tfS AND DEALERS IN
Staves, Heading, Hfoops and Cooperage
!MATCtHED CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY.
MAINT OFFI(' !.wn FACTORY: DONALDSONVILLE
Railroad Ave. near Claiborne St., DONALDSO VILL LA.
Edward C. Webre & Co.
SUGAR FACTORS AND
? Deatur Street, NEW ORLEANS.
Jung & EoE coal Compan.y
WHOLESALE AND RSTAIL"
> PITTSBURG COAL -<
225 St. Charles St., New Orleans.
Tugs Whitewater and Emily Jung
COAL LFET at Philadelphia Point, near Donaldsonville, Ca* B. C. Whitean, Man
:er. Special attention to Su~ar and Rice Planters' Trade.
[AROUNl) THE STAT.
Items of Interest Culled From I
Fourteen-Year-Old Boy Commits Crimi,
Assault-Negroes Fight Pitch Battle.
Fire at Franklinton--Boys Meet
Death in the Mississippi.
A Catholic church to cost over $1:
000 will be erected at New Roads.
An electric railway from Bati
Rouge to New Orleans is proposed.
Seven miles of street and sidewa
pavement will be laid in New Iberi
There is talk of organizing milita:
companies in several towns throug
out the state.
Chief of Police Alfred E. Jones,
Shreveport, d&:d after an illness
only a few days.
Three boys were arrested at Shrev
port and charged with attempting
wreck street cars.
A canal will be dug from New Iber:
to Vermilion Bay, a distance of eigl
miles, at a cost of $90,000.
Mary Cuddy, a white woman
years old, was placed in jail at Ale:
andria on a charge of insanity.
A fire at Franklinton destroys
property valued at $25,000, on whic
. insurance to the amount of $15,000 wI
An indignation meeting was held i
Marksville to denounce the manner i
whiih the Avoyelles school board wi
The Illinois Central Railroad ha
purchased forty additional locomc
tives to handle the expected increas
J. E. Averett shot and killed Asbur
Sanford in the woods near Calhour
Averett surrendered to the sheriff, bt
was released after a preliminary heta
Louisiana will carry its own in
surance in the future. During th
past twelve years the state paid ou
$240,)00 for insurance, with losse
amounting to only $5000.
ted Gov. Blanchard was unable to at
I- tend the launching of the. battleshi!
sive Louisiana, which takes place at New
port News, Va., today, and the stait
will be represented by Lieut. Gov
A pitched battle between negroes
resulting from a crap game, wa
fought in the seventh ward of Easi
Baton Rouge parish. Over two hun.
dred shots were fired and only one
man was hurt.
Lieut. Col. S. P. Walmsley, of New
Orleans, has been promroted to briga
dier general and placed in command
of the first district of the Louisiana
National Guard, succeeding Maj. Gen.
John Glynn, Jr., 'who was retired at
his own request.
Alcee Carmouche, aged 15 years, the
son of a prominent planter of .Pointe
Coupee parish, and a negro youth
about the same age were drowned in
the Mississippi river four miles from
New Roads. While engaged in bait
ing a shrimp trap the negro lost his
balance and fell into the water, and
in trying to save him young Car
mouche lhst his own life. The bodies
Isham G. Sensely, a 14-year-old
white boy, was arrested for criminally
assaulting a little white girl seven
years old, near Welsh, La. It devel.
ops that this is the young rapist's
third of.ense. In May and Juae last
he made attemps on two different
girls, aged 10 and 12, respectively,
but in both instances was successfully
resisted. Owing to the age of the boy
nothing was done in the former cases
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A RACE FOR LIFE.
Spurring his jaded horse to renewed
efforts when the animal should be refreshed
with proper food and rest, is about as sen.
sible as prescribing nerve tonics, alcoholic
compounds, coca mixtures and cocktails
which only spur on the already weakened
nervous system. Neither does it do to put
the nerves to sleep with narcotics. When
you feel worn-out, broken down, jaded, and
feel the effects of brain tire as well as nerve
weakness, sleeplessness and fatigue, take
Dr.. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, a
tonic which will do you lasting good, build
you up, increase your appetite and strength
and improve the condition of the blood.
When the blood is impoterished the nerves
feel the effect. Nervosness in nine cases
out of ten is the "cry of the starved nerves
for food." Feed the nerves on rich blood
and all nervous manifestations will cease.
"I hare been suffering for about eight years,.
writes Mrs. H. Pierce, of Millsprings. Ky. "Have
Tad several doctors to treat me-some for female
takness and others for stomach trouble, but
received no relief. When I wrote you for advice
?'as hardly able to work, and you advised me
what to do. I took nine bottles five of Golden
Medical Discovery.' four of 'Favorite PrescripD
tion,' also two vials of the 'Pellets.' Dr. Pierce's
medicines will do all that you claim for them.,
To gain knowledge of your own bbdy
in sianess and health-send for the Peo
ple's'Common Sense Medical Adviser. A
book of ioo8 pages. Send 21 cents in
stamps for paper-covered, or, 31 stamps
for cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. _R V.
E THE OFFICE BOY WVANT" TO '(NOW
What hapened to Click do,'n the
the If he wasn't :, the middle of a bad
fix when he got Mtuck in the window?
WLhther it isi't more likely that the
bad fi, was in the m;iddle of him?
nal If he entered that 'vy through
How he ever maniý_ed to squeeze
through such a littli thin" as a win
2,- If his thoughts mustn't have been
sublime when he found that he couldn't
on move an inch either wry?
Why he didn't wire to R.uropatkin
Ik for advice?
la. If the fellow that :vrote the grand
ry jury report wouldn't make a fortune
h- as an architect in the summer time?
How you would like to sit around this
of kind of weather in a house whose
of walls were "nothing but large
re- If the lumber bill for such a struc
to ture wouldn't be extremely reasona
ia If the carpenter work oughtn't to
ht come pretty cheap, also?
If the reference to the walls con
23 structed of large cracks wasn't the
x- largest crack of all?
If you've heard of the summer trip
ad that Cushion Carrom and H. Joe pro
h pose to make next week?
as When French Settlement became a
at If it earned the title because of the
in anticipated presence of two summer
Whether Donaldsonville hasn't got
i Newport and Atlantic City beat to
p. death if that is the case?
se If the wharf on Sunday afternoon
wouldn't make the beach at Coney
-y IIgland look like a neglected cemetery?
3. If the new bookkreeper across the
t street is going to accept the little
r- Jimcrack's offer?
If he wa u't surprised to know that
. he is "welcome ,o Donaldsonville"?
re What he would do with the town,
is If the very little Jimcrack's editor
assumud the right to offer the burg to
- the new resident by virtue of his office
p as justice of the peace?
,- If you ever heard of an idea that
e will remove clods and level streets' 1
Why the embryonic Greeley referred
to above doesn't have the idea
If he can't perfect it in such a way
t that it will remove sawdust and create
When Muidie began to aspire for
honors in the circus ring?
Why he didn't practice a little be
fore attempting to dismount from his
I flying steed?
If the idea came to him suddenly t
that he b:.h better get off?-or
If it came to the horse first?
If the result wasn't the same at all
Why Muidie forgot to turn loose the k
If it wasn't a shame to make the f
nurs arry exnra weignL wnat wayr
Why the long man doesn't invite hi
3 friends down when he gives his ne.
If it's true that he is going to et
out the high dive from horseback an
subsitute the stunt of jumping throug
If old man C(Lamberlain was sur
prised when the lady did the offende
Whether that isn't a peculiar habi
he has of laying his hand on that a
his listener while he is talking?
How the lady aforesaid could be ex
pected to know that the old chat
meant no harm?
If she thought he was tryirg to pla;
hands with her?
If you knew that the editor of th,
extremely little Jimcrack is a mind
How else can the fact be accounte,
for that he knows what name is going
to be signed to a communicated article
before the spasm appears in print?
If it is possibly because he intend;
to write the brilliant effusion himself:
Why "XXX" and "Nuf Sad" con
tinue to dodge the issue?
If the next mythical writer who con
tributes a chunk of language contor
tion to the absurdly little Jimcracl
will be more straightforward?
If anybody hereabouts knows wha
"Vive la Galere" means?
If the fellow who originated the non
If he wouldn't be a howl i success
as editor of a puzzle column?
If that isn't about the way with mosi
of the wads of scintillating sapienc3
which come h om the "trenchant pen"
of this seeker after sobriquets?
Why he doesn't adopt "Whistler'
or "Warbler" as his pen name?
If either of these titles wouldn't con
ceal his identity about as well as the
others have done?
What he's afraid of, anyway?
Why it is that some people gral
their head when they're shat idr the
If you're going to the Brothers'
entertainment tomorrow night?
Why you don't decide to blow your
self and take y ur best girl?
If the mere fact that you haven't a
best girl ought to keep you away?
What's to prevent you from hooking
some other fellow's steady?
Whether the community doesn't owe
it to the good Brothers to turn out
and make their entertainment a suc
If you know that the refreshments
on the Square will be sold on the
iiE WORLD'S NEWS.'
td 'lashes of theTelegraph Wires Fi~on
Near and Far.
' Tornado Sweeps Over Twin Cities-Mur,
der Mystery Cleared up-Suit
for 1Heavy Damages-Quiet
Aga.On at Statesbero.
Three counterfeiters were arrested at
The Galveston sea waihas been
Great Britain and Austriaare xego,
1 tiating an arbitration treaty.
Several lives were lost as the r~eult
of a cloudburst at Globe, A. T.
Nineteen persons were injured in a
street car accident at St. Louis.
Prince Obolensky assumed the office
of governor general of Fin'end.
Two persons wrre killedýaid ten in
jured by a tornado at Vedice, Ill.
August Anderson died in Chicago
from the effects of a mosquito bits'
Alfred Knoop, murderer of ftS wo-o
men, was electroculted at Columliu., O.
England will make reneweda fforts
to secure increased trade with Canada.
The United States govbmeni. will
establish a large dry dock at Panama.
Mrs. Mary E. Fuller, wife of Chief
Justicb Fuller, bIed .t Sorrento, Me.
Flour advanced thirty cepis a barrel
in Baltimore on account' othigh wrhat
Wireless fire alarm systems will be
established in thegoyvetni~it's fqress
The arrival of the first fbreign cargo
at Gulfport, Mist., was celebrated by
Extensive violations.ofthe customs
laws have. been unearthed in San
J. B. Bennett shot and .killed his
wife at Brusoneo S C., misakingLer
for a burglari:.
Eigland will etablisls naval sta
tion and ii rove the f.orrtficat1ons at
Kingston, Jtamntea. ,,.
'Fortyfive persons wer~ njured in a
wreek on .the Rok Island . a.ilroad,
near Trent iMloAo.
&A negro jury;hia been ~lected to
try a case at Plainfleid, in whibh,
the defendant is ia negre. *
Postal .harget on mail fro. t.$
United 1SEdtes to Europe mad IFre
duced from five to two cents.
Jim Clover, a negro, was shot to
death and his body burned at Cedar=
town, Ga., for criminal assault.
All United States tioops, wi~h the
exception of the_ artillery corps, will
be furnished with new uniforms.
Railroad managers in Chicago are
trying to secure 8000 cotton pickers
for Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
Cyclonic conditions in the north
west forced September options up to
$1.23 in the Minneapolis wheat mar
The $25,000 due an American citizen
for land illegally seized at Smyrna
has been deposited in the Ottoman
Live stock receipts for July show a
decrease of 1,000,000 head, compared
with the receipts of the same month
W. W. Rainbolt, marshal of Forest
City, Ark., was shot and killed by
John Williams, a negro. The negro
was shot to death by off*ers.
In a raid on a fashionable poker
room in Memphis, a Mississippi
banker and several prominent busi
nessmen of Memphis were arrested.
Acting Governor Cunningham, of
Alabama, offered rewards for the ar
rest of persons who participated in
three recent lynchings in that state.
George Rice, of Marietta, O., sued
the Standard Oil Company at Trenton,
N. J., for $3,000,000 damages, allegng
that the big(trust had ruined his busi
Gen. William W. Blackmar was
elected corimander-in-chief of the G.
A. R., at Boston, and it was decided
to hold the next encampment at
Quiet reigns again at Statesboro.
Gov. Terrell has appointed a court od
inquiry to investigate the canduct of
the militia from which the mob took
The sentence of Private Fred H.
Scow, Company M, Twelfth U. S. In
fantry, who was sentenced to be
hanged for desertion in the Philip
pines, will probably be commuted.
New York advices from Paris state
Russian revolutionists declare the
empress of Russia gave birth to a
female child, and that the male chilp
of a peasant woman was substitutes
for the girl.
The mystery of the murder of Gilbe:
Gates, a brother of John W. Gates, i
1871, was cleared up by the deathbe
confession of Alexander Jester, wb
declared that he killed Gates and sax
his body in a creek.
One man was killed and thr .
wounded near Athens, 0., as the >
sult of an attack made on members
the Ohio National Guard by soldih
of the regular army. The secretaryi
war has ordered a full investigat
of the trouble.
A tornado which swept over St. P
and Minneapolis killed sixteen pea
in the first city and two in the l1t
A number of others were seriously
jured, and it is Pbable that sev
more deaths will occur. The pro:
loses was $1,000,000 in each city.