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6. block 23. Phelan addition; lots 10 and 41. block 47, Queenstown. j E. G. Self—Lot 7. block 196. lot 24. Tlock 412, Birmingham. Mrs. Harriet Severin-*—All of block Son lying W of lot 6. Birmingham. ' Mrs. .lames T. Sinj^th—Lot 14, block 47, East Gale. R. W. Smith—Lot 23, block 42, Cen tral Park. Mrs. 1. E. Stockton—Lot 4. block 9. Hyde Park. I Mrs. Annie R. Turner—Lot 1. block 35, Going & Graves survey of Waverly Place. E. E. Vowell—-Ijots 12 and 13. block 94, Central Highlands to East lake. Mrs. Maty B. Whetstone—N 46 feet of S 137.3 feet of lot 4. block 22, J. M. Ware survey; lot 1, block 2, E. G. Norton resurvey of Rosser^ addition to Woodlawn. George "Ward Williams. Col.—Lots 3 4 and 85, block 62, Klondyke. J Will Wilson, Col.—Lot 9, block 5, Walker Land Co., Elyton. *■ .7. M. Winfield—Lot 10. block 1, Steiner Bros, addition to Rfermingham Ensley. 8. R. ‘ Mrs. Laura Apaos—Lot 4, M. M. Jen nings survey. X. P. Anderson. Col.—Begin at S E corner of N E % .of N E *4, run W 210 feet, N 210 feet. E 210 feet. S 210 feet to beginning. S. R. Sec*. 20, Tp. 17, R. 3; lots 39 and 40, block 92, Klon dyke ;* lot 9, block 4, Huey Land Co. survey. S. R. j J. C. Arnold—-Lots 2 and*3, block 1, North Kingston. John H. Baker—J*ot 11, block 16. Woodlawn Realty Co.’s thirrd addition to Woodlawn. William B. Barrow—Lots <16 and 17, block 27, East Birmingham. W. E. Bonham—Lots 6 and 7,. block L67. Bessemer. jj R. H. Bowron. Trustee—N W \ of N tv >4 of X W 14 Sec. 2<lr Tp. 17, R. IE. C. B. Brotherton—Lot 33, block 2, North Haven. C. L Bruner—Lot 9. block 15. South Highlands to East Lake. H. M. Carson—Riegin at S E corner of W Vs of S E % of X W V4 of S W Vi. run X 130 feet. W 146 feet, S 3 30 feet, E 146 feet to beginning. S. R. Sec. 19. Tp. 17. R. 3. Ilardie Clements—Lot 35, block 38, South Highlands to East .Lake. 1 Clarence A. Coker—Lot 4, block 7, Fairfield. I Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Cox—Lot 12, -block 27. Monte J3a.no. Will Crew, Col.—Lot 4, block 3, Rose dale Park. Will A. Cunningham—Commence at S E corner of S W of X E V4, run W 265 feet to W line of right of way ol Southern railway for beginning point, then N 17 degrees. E along said right of way 160 feet. N W 170 feet. W 205 feet. S 300 feet. S‘ E 60 feet. S 630 feet. W to right of' way, then N along right of way to beginning. S. R. Sec. 27. Tp. 16. R. 4. M. K. Dacus—N Vt of S *14 of S E Vi of block 640, Birmingham ;|lot 31, block 3. Burgin Place. E. Day-—Lot 6. block 26,»Interurban Heights. 8. R. Sarah J. Dammon—Lots 11 and 12, block 70, Pittsburg F. V. L & M. Co. first addition. Mrs. Claude H. Fordvce—Lots 3 and 4. block 26, Martin addition to Bir mingham-Ensley. B. L Franklin—Lot 4. block 28; lot 11, block 38, Monte Sane. H. B. Hall, Col—Lot 23, J. G. Kirk patrick survey. Sec. 20. Tp. l\7, It. 2; 5 acres in N W corner of N W Vi of S E V4 Sec. 30. Tp. 17, R. 3. II D. Harper—Lot 129, block 6, Cleve land. I Airs. Alice ITodges—S W 14 of S W H of N E Vi. F. S. Sec. 10, Tp. 19. R. 5. j L E. Jackson—N 60 feiet of lot H, William Williams estate. Sec. 35, Tp. 18, R. 4. Airs. Inez R. Jones—Lot X, block 1, Airs. Inez R. Jones survey; lot in E Va of W Vi of N K V4 of N W H Sec. 12, Tp. 3 8, R. 3, lying S of 18th avenue. N. Tate Jones, Adanr. of Estate of Hume F. Jones—Commence 627 feet E of S W corner of X W Vi of S E Vi, run N 209 feet for beginning, E 104 VI* feet, N 209 feet, W 104V4 feet,. S 2oit feet to beginning. S. R. Sec. lb, Tp. 16, R.- 4. Lot 2. block 1*9; lots 1 and 3, block 26. Shadesville; lots 40, 41. 42. 62 and 63, Mabel. S. R. See. 12, Tp. 14 R. 3. Lots lo and 16, block 7, Glasgow. 5. R. Undivided interest In lot com-' mencing at N E corner ol' S W V4 of N E Vi. run W 210 yards. S 70 yards, E 70 yards, S 70 yards. E 140‘yards, N 140 yards to beginning. S. it. Sec. 28, Tp. 16. R. 4. “Vin j .1 unr.pn-w I.UIM ujl IU >14, 1UI1U five, B. F. Pool Investment Co.'s sub division of block 418, North Birming ham. *S. R. Keith. Agent Estate Simon F. Keith—N W Vi of ,S TV Vi of N K Vi of N W Vi Sec. 21. Tp. 15, R. IE; S H of S E >4. All S. R. Sec. 20, Tp. 15, R. IE. d. F. Liston—Lot fronting 40 feet on K side of Avenue H and extending Pack 105 feet to art alley and begins 80 feet E of E line of 12th street in block 801. Birmingham. Aaron A. Iatwenstteln—Lot 2, block 32, Queenstown. C. F-. Melvin—Lots 30 and 31, block 84, Klondyke. Ta A. Moorer and Reual Brewer—Be 81 n at S E corner of N E V* of* S E V, Sec. 14, Tp. 16, R. 1. run N 525 feet. TV 210 feet, S 120 feet, TV 210 feet, S 105 feet, E 420 feet to beginning. Henry Myers—Lot 4, block 7, Rose dole Park. J. TV. McCluney—S B Vi of S TV Vi less 5 acres in S E corner. S. R. Sec. 21, Tp. 18, R. 2; lots 1 to 5, inclusive, block 70, West End. i GUIs McKissick—Lot lS, block 40, East Birmingham. Miss Annie Nestor—Lo#4, block 442, Birmingham. Fannie Newsom. Col.-r-Lot 24, block 5, Uncje Sam Heights survey. .1. TV. Nasaett—lot 14. block 67, East Gate. W. W. Patton, administrator Estate of .1. M. Burton—Lot 7, block 95, East Lake. Tilden Perry—Lot It, block 33; lot 7, block 36; lot 4, block 48, Queenstown. '< S. S. Sanders, Col.—Begin 20 1-3 rods N of S E corner of N TV Vi of S W Vi kt r rock marked "A.” then N along said line 16 2-3 rods to rock marked "B," then W 22 rode to rock marked V'C," near B. M. railroad, then S along said railroad right ot way 26 2-3 rods to rock marked “D," then E 28 rods to beginning less a lot 105x210 feet in S TV corner to J. H. Mosley. Sec. 5, Tp. 15, R. 1: lot 9, block 37, Mason City. A. ,T. Scott—Lot 15, block 28, South Highlands to East Lake. Eloir .Laurence Scott—Lot 1, block !4. East Lake. , Barney S. Semmelmen—Lot 7, block 69. Blrmingham-Enslev. S. R. Ezell Simmons. Col.—Lot 3, block 10, J. R. Phillips survey, A. C. Sorrells—Lot 35, block 36, Rug by Highlands. TV. A. Spruell—Lot 3, block 4, Dryer A Ph'.llips survey Sec. 26, Tp. 17. R T TV. D. Stapleton—Lot 10. block 39, Queenstown. W. A. Steadman and W. H. Morgan_ TV 42 feet of E 82 feet of S 110 feet of S W Vi of block 902, Birmingham. Charles N. Stokes—Lots 13 and 14, block 46, East Lake. Iabell B. Taylor, Col—Lot 187» M. V. Wood resurvey of E Vi of block 9 Cleveland. Miss Elisabeth Thompson—Lot 6, block 67; lot 12, block SO, Queens town. Mary P. Tlssler—Lots 8 and 9, block 14C, Rugby Highlands second addition. j Mrs. OlUe E. Weaver—Lot 20, block 10E, East laike. A. R. Williams—Lot 12, block 80, Queenstown. - Lee Woodall—Lots 4 and 8, block 8E, East Lake. i H. J. Yorty—S E Vi of N E Vi. M R. Sec. ¥6, Tp. 14, R. 4. All’ of 8 W Vi of. 8 W Vi S E of creek. M. R. Sec. 8, Tp. 15, R. 4. Begin 210 feet N of 8 W corner of N W Vi of S E Vi, run E 420 feet, N 630 feet, W 420 feet, S 630 feet to beginning. S. R. Sec. 26, Tp. 17, R. 4. Lots 13 and 14, block 21, Bir mingham-Ensley. 8. R. Lot 2, block 63, Walksr Land Co., Elyton. Lot 8, block 7, Helena Heights S. R. Lots 41 and 42, block II, Tuxedo Park. 8. R. , IC^s. E. N. BrltUngham—Lot 3, block 1 LEGAL NOTICES J A. Cates—Lots 28. 29 and 30, block 2, West Princeton; lot 7, block 12f. East Lake TV. A. Chandler—Commence at S TV corner of S E ’4 of N TV Q Sec. 6, Tp. 16. R. S. run E 6261* feet for beginning point, then N 209 feet. K 104 feet. S 209 feet, TV 104 feet to beginning, s. R. John TV. Deacy—Ia»t 13, block 4. North Smilhfleld. Mr*. Autle B Ford—Begin at S TV corner of S TV >4 of S E >4 Sec. 9. Tp. 18. R. 3. run E 313 feet. N 49S feet. TV 313 faet, ‘S 498 feet to beginning, lota 1 and 2. J. B. Editing subdivision. 5. R. Sec. 35, Tp. 18, R. 4. T. S. Green, Col.—Lot 19, block 2R, Interurban Heights. S. R. O. R. Gulley, Col—Lot 77, block “N", East Roper resurvey. S. R. Ed Heard, Col.—Lot 2, block 4. Grand Park addition to Queenstown, S. R. Annie Henry, Col.— Lot 12 and S 20 feet of lot 13, block 53. Klondyke. Jefferson Iron Ore Co.—E i* of S K ’» of S TV 14. F S. Sec.. 34. Tp. 19. R 4. 2 acres in S TT’ corner of S TT* 14 of S E >4. M. R. Sec. 27. Tp. 19, R. 4. X 1, of NTV14.N1* of SE I* of N TV >4. TV i* of S E ii of S TV 14. N TT' 14 of S TV 1* and S 1* of S TT' 14 of N TV ** except 25 acres on TV side. 3 acres in N W corner of N TT’ 14 of N E L. All Al. R. Sec. 34. Tp. 19. R. 4. X TT' 14 of X TV V*. M. R. Sec. 3. Tp. 20, R. 4. X E 14 of X TT' 14 except If acres on TV side. 32 acres on E side of S TT' 1, of X TV V*. S E 14 of X TT’ 14. E Tt of S TV Q. S TV 14 of S TT' 14. S TT' 14 of S E 14. S TV 14 of N W 14 of S B 14. All M. R. Sec. 4. Tp. 20, R. 4. S E >4 of S E ’» M. R. Sec. 5. Tp. 20. R 4. X E 14 of X E 14 and 10 acres on E side of N B >4 of S E 14. M. R. Sec 8 Tp. 20. R 4. X V N i* of R TV 14. N TV 14 of S E 14. M. R. Sec. 9. Tp. 20. R 4 C. N. King—Lot 1, block 31, Gordon Heights. Mrs. A. H. Lockwood—Lot* 9. 10 and 11, Mock 8. Belle Haven: lot 8, block 21, TT’. J. Vann et al survey. H. H. Miller— Lots 4 and 5, block 57, Eaat Gate. George Manegold—Lot 19, block 15. Birmingham-Ensley. S. R. Airs, S L Moody—Igit II, block 1 Tuxedo Park S. R. Omega Mosely. Col.—Igit 14. block 2 and 2-3 interest In lots 6 and 7, block 6. Xorth Johns. S. R. Tg>t 14. block 76. Jr mis Gillespie survey. 1 acre square in X E t* of 8 W L as follows; Be gin 20 feet TV of E line of said 40 and 1595 feet X of S line of section 6, then N 209 feet, TV 209 feet, S 209 feel, E 209 feet to beginning. Sec. 6, Tp 19 R. 4. Mrs. A. (4. Moses—lgit 10, block 26, Compton Rising. T. X. Murry—Lot 14, block 102, Cen-1 tral Highlands addition to East ierke. Mrs. Jria F. McCarty—Lot 5, block 19, Birmingham. ■T. TV MeCluney—N >* of lots 18 an 1 19, block 145. Xorth Birmingham IT M McCook—Lots 20, 21 and 22 Mock 1, Englewood J. E. Niven—Lot 5, block 134, East Tai kc. M. T. Ormond—Lot 17. block 11D, East Lake: lot 15, block 22, Park Place Sec. 19, Tp. 18. R. 3. Mrs. Alene Patterson—Lots 2, 3 6 and 7. Otto Marx survey. TV T. Pool. Col—Lot 2. block 6, Mc Daniel addition to Birmingham. H. A. Randle—Lots 12 and 13, block 65, Eaat laike. Anderaon Scott. Col.—Lot 6, block 17, South Birmingham. C. Simmons—Lots 21 and 22, block 13G. East Lake, John Sirmas—Lots 15 and 16, .1. B. Gihson addition to Woodlawn. Z. T. Turner, Col.—Lots 9 and 10, block N. East Roper resurvey. S. R. TV. TV. Wilkinson—Igit 25, block 2, G. R. Harsh survey, S. R. Willie Willis, Col.—Lot 13, block 9, Scarlettown. S. R. Sec. 31. Tp. Jfi, R. J. D. Wynn, Col.—Lots 7 and S, block N, East Roper resurvey. S. Tt. J. L. Addington—Commence at right of way of B. Al. railroad where same crosses N W boundary line of s E 1, of S W T4, run TV to branch, S E along branch to right of way of B M rail road. N E along light of way to hegln nipg*. containing 34 acre more or less Sec. 13. Tp. 17, ft. 2. S E 14 of S W except 2 acres on S side to H. G. Ful ton. Also commence at S W corner or Sec. 28. run N 89 degrees 30 minutes. E 720 feet, N 29 degiee 15 minutes, E 209 feet, N 45 degrees 30 minutes, W 313.5 feet, S 38 degrees. W 239 feet to Leeds public road. S along road to be ginning. All p. R. Sec. 28, Tp. 17. R. 1. E. H. Bingham—Lot 20, block 101, East Lake. oirniingnara i 'eveiopnient Co.—Lois 10 to 13, inclusive, block 21, Crescent Heights. Albert Cade—Lot Ifi, block 5, Grove land Heights. .1. A. Cates—Lots 5 and fi. block 17C, lot 9, block 11G, lot 1, block 12G, East Lake. C. D. Freeman—Lot 9, block 1; lot 20, block 2, Englewood. A. L. Green—Lots S and 9, block 2, Keys Heights addition. S. R. John YV. Holland, Jr.—Lot 12, block Hi. Crestline Heights. J. R. Hunter—Lot 11, block 30, Me son City: lots 6, 7 and 8, block 181, North Birmingham: lot 12. block 19, Monte Sano; lots 6. 11 and 16, block 1; lot 33, block 2. Vulcan City. O. C. Oakley—IattH 12 and 13. block 10F, East Lake. J. S. Row—Lots 15 and 16, block 125, Enst Lake. C. B. Pyeatt—Lot 16, block 1, Burgln Place. Paul Roberts—Lots 7, S and 9. block 47. Queenstown. William Rowell. Col.—Lot 22 and K % of lot 23, block 6, West Princeton. E. G. Self—Begin at a point on S line of Mountain avenue 620.7 feet E of Intersection with E liria of Irociuois street, then E along S line of Moun tain avenue 50 feet, then S 162.3 feet to N line of 10th alley. W along N line of said alley 47.4 feet, N 151.4 feet to beginning, being Part of lots 12 and 13, block 862, Birmingham. Mrs. Laura. M. Teasiey—S H of S V» of S W 14 of S W 14. s, a Sec. 34, Tp. 16, R. 8. Elizabeth Underwood. Col.—Lot t, block 10, Tillman addition. This is to notify you to appear be fore the probate court of said county at tho next term thereof, commencing on MONDAr, THE 10TH DAY OF MAT 1915 then and there to show cause, if any you have, why a decree for the sale of said real estate should not be made for the payment of the taxes as as sessed ypon the same, fees and costs. J. P. STILES. Judge of Probate. Are Making Plans for Financial Conference Washington, April 23.—Secretary Mc Adoo tonight announced the appoint ment of a committee to receive delegates to the Pan-American financial conference to be held here May 31, when they reach New York from Latin-American repub lics. Dudley Field Malone, .collector of tba port, of New York, Is named as chairman of the committee, which Includes a num ber of the well-known financiers and bus iness men. DO NOT APPROVE VOLUNTEER PLAN Rome, April 2S.-(l:30 p. m. via Paris 6:30 9 m.)—Rome newspapers say CPI. Gulsep 90 Garibaldi, grandson of the Italian pa triot, before leaving Rome for Paris, saw Victor Emmanuel and Premier Sa andra with the object of interesting them n the formation' of a body of Gar&baldl rolunteers In case of war with Austria. _t is understood the Italian general staff lid not approve the project, believing inch troops might not respond to exi eedes of modern warfare OLD SOLDIERS URGE IE LEGISLATURE 10 SUPPORI GOVERNOR Hold Mass Meeting, Indorse the Policies of Henderson and Urge Better Co-Operation Mountain Creek. April 23.—(Special.) An enthusiastic mass meeting of inmates of the Soldiers' homo and citizens from the surrounding country was held at th«* auditorium of the Soldiers’ home in Chil ton county today, and strong resolutions were adopted indorsing the policies of Governor Henderson and urging the leg islature to co-operate with him and sup port his policies for the advancement of the state of Alabama, and tile prosperity and happiness of its citizens. The meeting ’was announced several days ago by C. 1-. Brown of Mountain < reek, and was fairly well advertised in the southern portion of the county, he meeting was called to order by Simpson, commandant of fhe Soldici s home, who made a short ad diess in which he stated that though he had supported the candidacy of former Governor .Comer, he was now heartily In favor of according Governor Henderson the support of the united democracy of the state, and that he believed that it was-the duty of the legislature to support the governor s policies and work in harmony with him for the advancement of the interest of all of the people. At the con clusion of his remarks he placed in nomi nation the name of <\ T,. Brown of Moun tain Creek as permanent chairman of meeting. Mr. Brown was unanimously elected chairman and J. D. McMullen was duly nominated and elected secretary. The chalrrrat. announced that the meeting had been called by himself and others, who believgd that the executive and legisla tive departments of the state government should act in harmony for the purpose of giving expression in the form of suitable resolutions. Resolutions Adopted The following resolutions were of fered and unanimously adopted: 'Whereas, the state of Alabama is now on* million and a half dollars in debt for money appropriated and paid out by former administrations In ex c£s.<» of the revenues collected, and “Whereas, the fixed expenses of the state ar* now greatly In excess of the revenues and the deficit is growing daily; and “Whereas, it appears that unless the state shall issue bonds to pay the in debtedness, the expenditures of the state will have to be reduced to such an extent as to injure greatly the cause of education and reduce the appropria tions for pensions of the veterans of the state; therefore be it • Resolved, by the inmates of the Confederate Soldiers' Home and cltixens I of Chilton county, in mass meeting as sembled. 1 That we indorse and pledge our hearty support to the policies of Hon. Charles Henderson, governor of Alabama. 2. That we particularly in dorse the financial policies of the gov ernor and aak the legislature to enact prompetly such laws as will protect the. credit of the state 3. That as the pro hibition question has been settled, we urge the legislative body of the state to art in harmony with the governor in the advancement of the great state of Ala hama and prosperity and happiness of its citizens.” DOMINICANS SEND DELEGATES TO U. S. Santo Domingo. April BS -Dominican government has sent Federico Valesque*. Jacinto Peynado* and Francisco Henrl que* as special commissioners to Wash ington to confer with President Wilson on matters of importance. Quiet prevails throughout the republic. | GREENSBORO | Greensboro. April JS.—(Specie D-Me morlal exercises will be held at the ceme tery on Monday, the Mth. Dr. Charles A. Kush, president of the Southern univer sity. will deliver the oration on this oc casion. Mrs Mary G. Pickens, president of the lWited Daughters of the Confederacy, has arraUged a most attractive programme. On April 2ti the Rev. W. p. Ogletree of the Greenshoro Baptist church will begin a revival In Ills church here, when he will be assisted by the Rev. Ia-on X. Lati mer. The jury term of the Hale county law and equity court is In session here this week, with Judge C. K. Waller presiding. DETERMINE ROUTE OF DIXIE HIGHWAY ! * Commissioners to Meet at Chattanooga May 20 for That Purpose ' Ix»ui»ville. April S3, -location of the proposed Dixie highway from Chicago to Miami, Fla., will be determined at a meet ing the Dixie highway commissioners at Chattanooga May 90. This was the sense of a resolution adopted here today by commissioners ap pointed by#governors of the seven sta'es through which the highway is projected. Clark Howell. Atlanta, was elected per manent chairman of the commission ant W. \V. Marr. Illinois state road commis sioner. secretary. Advocates of various routes suggested were called on to submit by May 10 tot each commissioner informa tion In regard to routes they favor. At the Chattanooga meeting those represen tatives will be heard who have supplied data relating, among other things, to mileage in each county, condition of the i road and classification of it* surface, num ber and character of bridges, streams without bridges and condition of fords. I The commissioners also desire to kn.iw j what guarantees can be furnished that the rqad In those sections will be built and maintained as he presented, and on what date it can lie dedicated to the sys tem: the population to be served and his torical attractions."" A committee front tlie Dixie Highway association, originator of the movement for building the highway, appeared be fore the commissioners, notifying tm-ni that the association whs in full accord i with the movement and whatever route decided upon would be accepted. The com mittee was composed of C. R. James. C. H. Huston and Richard Hardy of Chatta ucoga. Its spokesman, Mr. James, sa>d that at the meeting May 20. the legal char ter already taken out would he turned ever to the commissiners. The conference also decided that at Chattanooga permanent officers of the I Dixie Highway association, to he com posed of the seven Incorporator* of the initial movement and the 14 commission ers. would be elected and by-laws adopted. The seven association member*. It was said, would have the same authority ns the commissioners In all matters except the selection of the route of the highway. • There was no friction at the meeting between the members of the Dixie High way association and the commissioner*,” said Chairman Howell. “The association men agreed to turn over to us the charter they have obtained and said they would accept the decisions the commissioners arrived at.” The two sessions today were executive. Delegations from various cities which had expected to appear before the commis sioners to advocate the advantages of their suggested routes were not heard. NEW DECATUR New Decatur. April 21. — (Special. ) The body of Walter Hutchens, former resident of the Decaturs, arrived here today from Memphis, and was carried to the home of his father. P. H. Hutch ens, from w'hioh the funeral services will be conducted tomorrow. Hutchens, who was about 26 years of age. was found dead on the streets of Memphis, according to reports received here. His face shows wounds that were evidently caused by gunshot. There Is no clue as to who fired the shot that ended the young man's life. Mrs. Julia Callahan, wife of Hon. W W. Callahan, candidate for Congress in the last election and prominent attor ney of the Decaturs, died here In at night at the age of 80 years. Funeral services will be conducted from the residence tomorrow. The action of the county commission ers of Morgan county in raising the assessment of property of I E. Penny in this county from $39,764 to $71,698 was settled by compromise today, at torneys announced. The assessment fixed was $55,000. Mr. Penny is one of the largest property holders In the county, and also has extensive holdings in Jefferson, Madison and other counties of the state.* J. K Matthews, a prominent merchant of Priceville. this county, has a hen that lias laid 60 eggs within the past at) days, according to his statement. The hen. which is of the scrub variety, lays one egg each afternoon and one each morning. PARTIAL REPORT OE GRAND JURY TODAY Will Act on the Barton Case—To Take Up Disaster I - The partial report of the grand Jury for the April term that will he made this • morning in the criminal court before Judge H. P. Heflin promises to bo of unusual interest. In addition to the re port It is understood the attention of the grand jury will be called to the disaster on Second avenue In which eight lives were lost. The report will he watched with In terest as the grand jury has made an [ investigation of the assassination of M. ° Barton on Mulga road on April 10 | for which crime two men are being held in the county jail. The killing of John Ma\nard. which occurred over a game of cards in a rooming house has also been investigated by the grand jury. No in timation has been given as to what the report may show In this connection it lias been suggested the grand jury may not be ready to report on either case at this particular time. - —-■ i Mate Found Dead Norfolk. Va . April 23. The body of A. 8. Reading, carpenter's mate on the tor pedo-boat destroyer Drayton, now at New York, was found hanging to a tree neat Norfolk today. A coroner's Jury pronounced it a case of suicide. No cause is Known Uc haves a young widow and ton. 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