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Y THE SALT LADE T A KR HERALD TUESDAY FEB T 1905 190 8
JUDGES REVERSE REVERSELOWER
9 4 LOWER COURTS COURTSCase
I
Case of Overholt Against Commission CommissionHouse CommissionHouse
House Sent Back BackBARTCH BackBARTCH BackBARTCH
BARTCH AND STRAUP AGREEJ AGREEJRESPONDENT AGREE AGREERESPONDENT AGREERESPONDENT
RESPONDENT CLAIMS THE DEAL DEALWAS DEALWAS DEALWAS
WAS A GAMBLING VENTURE VENTUREIn
j
In tho oaso of B F Overholt appel appelJant anpel anpelYant
Jant aot against O K Burbridge nnd A W WCopps WCopps V VCOPPS
Copps doing business as Burbridge BurbridgeCopps BurbrldgeCopps e eCopps
Copps Co respondent the supreme supremecourt supromeCourt supremecourt
court yesterday e terday held that buying and andselling1 andllln andselling
selling llln stocks on a a margin was notGatnbUn not notgambling notgambling
gambling gamblingOverholt GatnbUnOverholt gamblingverholt
Overholt in his complaint set forth forththat torththat forththat
that Sept J 1601 he placed SSOfor o 011O for invc In Investment Inw ¬
vestment w tment in n the hands of t the defendants defendantsThe etndantsThe
The money mOnE was to be used in trading instacks in instocks In5tJks
stocks Overhult alleged that after pay
Ing the defendants their commissions and andexpenses andxpense andcxpenseL
expenses xpense he was entitled to receive 58 58267S5 33267Fi 3
267S5 26 ti and that they paid him but 51740 1740 1740lf 1740lie
21 lie f claimed he should have hllvereceivcd received the theentire thentire
entire a 338786 338786The S5 S5The
The lower court held that Overholt was wasnot wasJlot wasnot
not entitled eiltltl d to recover any of the th mon moncy monY
cy Y invested fnv ted by him as the transaction transactionin
in which he was engaged was a gambling gamblingventure bUmblingnture gnmblingn
n venture nture The 9 supreme lromc court said that thacwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the undisputed facts In the th case casewore caseoNO
wore applied to the principles of law lawInvolved law1uvolved lawinvolved
Involved the plaintiff had a right to tor torover tor
r rover < over and that the lowor > court orred orredin orredJn erredin
in holding otherwise Judgment was re reversed reerse rev
v versed erse rsed < l HIM and the case was remanded for fori
c1 < i new trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The opinion IB signed by Justices Burtch Burtchand Bartchnull Burtchad
and Straup StraupSTRUGGLE StrHupSTRUGGLE StroupSTRUGGLE
STRUGGLE FOR PROPERTY PROPERTYThree PROfERTThree f
Three Parties Parties Contend For School SchoolPhotographic SchoolPhotographic SchoolPhotographic
Photographic Chattels ChattelsA
A transcript in the case of W V C Car Carder Carr Carder ¬
der r against the CummlngsNollson com company company company ¬
pany and the National Bank of the Re Republic Rcpubl1c Republic ¬
public intervenor appealed from the thecity theit
city c it ihy court was filed flle < l yesterday in the theoffice thernce therflce
office rflce of the clerk of the district court courtOct courtOt courtLot
Ot 12 308 C t L Chester executed a apromissory apromttsor apromissory
promissory notefor note for 332 3 K5 to Carter se secured seured soured ¬
ured by b a chattel chatt < l mortgage on certain certaingoods certainod certaingoods
goods od and chattels that were in the thepossession thelJRses thepsseseion
possession lJRses ion of the CummingsNeilson com company coml company ¬
pany l llY at 44 46 and 48 East Brigham street streetSubsequently 5tr streetsSubsequently t tubRequent130
Subsequently In a suit In the th city court courtIn courtIn courtin
In which the CummlngsNeilson Cummlng Nell on companynay company companywas
was Wt plaintiff and the Scholl Photograph Photographcompany Photographmpany Photograpitc
c company mpany defendant an attachment was wasjssiud waSf wastSSued
jssiud to the sheriff sher1 for the property propertypledged propertyplulNl propertyplcded
f pledged to Carter CarterOit Cartfrt
Oit o t 31 1 1304 l l the > National Bank of tho tholir thoH thelivibli
livibli lir H IJbli Jbli Intervened Inte ntntr with a claim d m for S70i S70ichattel STOJt I
t chattel mortgage given by t C L Lc LLa Lc
c he taster 3tcr tr to T P Stcfhy Stciff y It is alleged <
4 it t the t h mortgage co covers + H crs rs the same goods
Judge Armstrong rm3trong yesterday rendered e derQ
tWo ta o decrees deor es < i of adoption a opUon In n one dfwhlcin or whi
Samuej SamuOlButterfleld Butterfield and wife weremade weremadethe were made madethe
the legal custodians and guardians ot otIarvln ofarvin
Marvin M arvin Butterfield Samuel Kirkman and andwife andwife andwife
wife adopted Ruth Dalton Moore Both Bothchildren Bothchildren Bothchildren
children have been inmates of the Or Orphans Orhans Orphans ¬
phans hans home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The will left by the late John Peter
Jackson of Murray in a which he be bequeathed beQueathed be ¬
queathed two pieces Of real estate val vaiucxi valued al alued ¬
ued at 2750 to his daughter dau hter Emma EmmaHan EmmaHanson Han Hanson Hanon ¬
son s on Is being contested in Judge Arm Armstrongs Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong division of the district court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The contestants are the brothers brot1 > rs and andsisters andsisters andsisters
sisters of Johnson and the cdiitcst is
brought by J V r StrIngfellow special specialadministrator specialadministrator
administrator of the estate left by John Johnson Johnson ¬ i
son sonIn sonIn sonIn
In Judge Armstrongs Armstron s court yesterday
J T E Fenner accused of forgery was wasreleased wasrele013cd wasreleased
released from custody on his jwn 11 recog ¬
nizance nizanceMRS i
+
MRS DUKE DUK REMANDED REMANDEDSl1spicion
Suspicion That the Texas Authorities AuthoritiesAre AuthoritiesI I
Are Trifling With Attorney AttorneyJerome AttorneyJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome Jeromeew JeromeNew
New ew York Feb 6 GWhen 6When Vyhen Mrs
Brqdie L Duke was arraigned in inpolice Inpolice iupolice
police court today toda for her adjourned adjournedexamination
examination it developed that the
Texas authorities had not as a has been beenreported beenreported I Ireported
reported given up their Intention of ofsecuring ors ofecuring
securing s ur1ng her extradition to that state stateustLafore
Just J ustLafore Before court opened District At
tornejs tornQ torneyJ Jaroms Jarort erortlB received the following followJnmeflsage
message messageState meflsageState messageState
State Capitol Austin Tex Appli Application Application Application ¬
cation for a requisition for Alice Webb8nted Webbanted Webb
i wanted w in Nacogdoches county Texas
for swindling has been received by byme
me and returned fo 0 tl the > e > officers of
Nacogdoches county 9 for correction
Will VII be forwardedas forwai ed as soon as papers papersare papersare papersare
are made out properly Signed SignedS
S AV v T JLAXHAM JLAXHAMGovernor LAUIAlIuGocrnor LANHAMGovernor
Governor
Counsel for Mrs Duke tried to so soeuro seeur soure
euro eur c ure her release 1 ease oh uaroie Parole Paio e but the therepresentative therepresentative therepresentative
representative of the district attorney
would not agree After hearing hearln the theargument theargument
argument on that point Magistrate
Poole said snidThere suldhere saidThere
There here Is something queer about this thiswhole thiswhole thiswhole
whole case It looks as if the Texas Texasauthorities Texasauthorities Texasauthorities
authorities have been trifling trlt1lngdwlth with the
district d attorneys office here It is
fifteendays fifteen das since Mrs Duke was ar arrested arr6St arrested ¬
rested r6St d and we have heard nothing
definite from them themThe themThe themThe
The magistrate granted gran ed an adjourn ¬
ment until tomorrow and Mrs Duke was
returned to jthe time Tombs When she was
being conducted conducted back to the prison nrl On she
collapsed in a faint In the corridor out ¬
side the court room and was carried cnrrieacross
across the Bridge of Sighs to her cell cellChicago oel1Chicago cellChicago
Chicago Feb Feb 6 6Charles = charles Charles F Taylor
business partner of Mrs Alice Webb
Duke has 1m been bN > n arrrstod arrfst < d at his offU0
here charged with being bh a fugitive fultI from
Justice lit is supposed to be impl implrated 1mp
rated < In a swindle 8W mdle at Naoogdoches Tex
invoking lnvo + Ilg it g m <
rr Tn Tn 1 n n n
MO MORE R E UTAH UTAHEGGS UTAHEGGSSENT EGGS EGGSSENT r I I
SENT TOMARKET TOMARKETState TO MARKET MARKETState
State Product ProductHas Has the Call Over Cold ColdStorage ColdStorage ColdStorage
Storage Stock StockPOULTRY StockPOULTRY StockOULTRY I
POULTRY P PRICES ADVANCE ADVANCEPLENTIFUL ADVANCEPLENTIFUL ADVANCE ADVANCEPLENTIFUL I
PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF FRUIT AT ATLOWER ATLOWER ATLOWER
LOWER PRICES PRICESThe PRICESThe
The mild weather w atl1er has been b en producing producinga
a a change in n the price of eggs and the limamarket tbemarket > J Jmarket
market is being gradually sWoke2i stocked st dketl with withthe wtnthe withthe
the Utah product Few eastern eggs are arenow areIlOW arenow
now being shipped in and lima th dealers dealersxpect dealersexpect dealersexpect
expect < to secure enough Utah CESS to tosuppl tosupply I
supply the market for the present The Taequotations Theuotations Thequotations
j quotations < on Utalj eggs yesterday t2rdav were wereJ700 werefiOO
J700 and 750 a case This Is 50 cents centslower
1 lower than last weeks prices and the thedealers
dealers expect another drop within thln the thenext thenext thenext
next few days Eastern and storage eggsre eggs eggsare
J are a re quoted at 3640 600 and 650 The 1h last lastshipment lastshipment
shipment of eggs from Kansas City Clt came cameIn camein
in last week ook and no more have ha vc been beenordered
ordered < for immediate shipment shinmlntThe shipmentThe
The wholesale price of chickens ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced yesterday and spring chicken chickenwerqr chickenforO chickenwore
1 wore forO quoted < at 16 cents aRQUjid a PRQ1Jul1tvo pound live and suidat audat andat
at 17 cents dressed Llvo hens sold for torU
15 U cents and dressed at 16 cents This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is 1 cent a pound higher than last weeksgcotatloits weeks weeksQtotatlons
J quotations quotationsThe QtotatlonsTbe gcotatloitsThe
The wholesale price of navel oranges orangeswas orangcswas orangeswas
was reduced from 250 and 300 to S 2W 2Wand lW lWand 1 1and
and E50 250 a case The shipments during duringthe duringtho
the last two weeks have overstocked the themarket themarket
market and another reduction Is looked lookedfor lookedfor lookedfor
for again this week Apples are quoted quotedat
at E100 100 and SlBO 110 a abushela bushel bushela a cut of 2o 2ocents 25cents 5 5oents
cents on the price of last 1tu t week Apples Applesare Applesare
are coming in from Idaho and the whole wholesale wholesale ¬
sale dealers have been able to get a good goodsUDDlv good8unol goodsupoly
sUDDlv for some ome time timoThe timeThe
The fish market was steady stoad yastorday YlJst yestordayand rday rdayan
and an a good variety was on on hand Io Iochanges Nochan Nnhanges
changes chan c C wore made in the retail quota quotatious quotations quotations
tions tionsYestord tionsYesterdays <
Yesterdays Yestord ys retail quotations quotationsMISSED QuotationsMISSED QuotationsMISSED
MISSED HOLE EX EXPLODES EXPLODES EXPLODES ¬
PLODES HURTING TWO TWOJohn TWOJohn I ITohn
John Noyce Noy ce a miner employed at the theColumbus theColumbus theColumbus
Columbus Consolidated at Alta picked pickedinto pickedInto pickedinto
into a missed hole while + + hile at work workSunday workSunday
Sunday evening and yesterday 9 he was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought down to the KeoghWright KeoghWrighthospital KeoghVrlghthospItal KeoghWrighthospital
hospital to to 0 have his injuries dressed dressesNbyce dressedNOyce dressedN
NOyce N yce and a companion were working workingIn
In the bottom of a seventyloot seventy foot winzejust winze winzejust winzejust
just recently pumped out and andthe the pow powder powder powder ¬
der which expired expl ded had been under underwater underwater I
water for more than six months The Thebottom Thebottom rh
bottom of the t winze inz is In a rather reft reftsandy 4cftsandy c Ct I
sand sandy sort of sulphide ore and ov OHnc o + > ing n
DIRECTORS DIREC D IRECTOR I Qmuv L 1 FJ WT HYATTPREDICTS WTPREDICTS lII ArT
PRE PREDICTS DICTS COLD COLDStorm
Storm Headed Rea ded For Salt Lake From Promthe Fromthe Fromthe
the North NorthCOLD NorthCOLD
COLD OLD WEATHER WEAT R PROMISED PROMISEDCAUSE PROMISEDCAUSE
CAUSE 1S IS EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDCONDI EXPLAINEDCONDITIONSIN CONDI CONDITIONS
TIONS TIONSIN IN OTHER PLACES PLACESAccording PLACESAccording PLACESAccording
According to Dr Robert J Hyattsection Hyatt Hyattsection H att attsectlon
section < director of the United States Statesweatherbureau Stat Statesweatherbureau s s4therbureau
weatherbureau and general purveyqrj purveyqrjoC purve purveor purvepgr purvepgrof
of oC weather weath r for the t1i the Salt Lake City dis district district ¬
t trict trlct this iown to tori tr and nd vicinity is on the theverge theverge theverve
verge of shoo snowrf and rain either of ofwhich ofwhIch ofwhich
which is liable to come as an unwel unwelcome unwelcome unwelome
c come visitor during d rlng the next twenty twent twentfour twentyur
f four fo ur hours To add to the general dis discomfort discomfort
c comfort the weather sharp says that thata
a a cold snap is due possibly to arrive arrlvcTuesday
1 Tuesday And when it does come it itwill Itwill itwill
v will be a corker to Use the vernacular vernacularof
o of the day dayIn dayIn
In Dr Hyatts Hat s eyrie on the top floorof floor l100ror
of < the Dpoly DoolYQuildlnS uildinff there is 1 a chart shortof chartof ahartof
o of the Drifted riit d States st t s so crisscrossed crisscrossedwith crissorossedwIth trigscrossedwith
with waving red and blue lines that thatone thatone
o one Is inclined to think that some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where up in British Columbia a azephr
zephyr had playfully started on a tour tourof
of investigation and an had lost itself by b bl1ying byying
i flying fl off on a tangent tangentWhere tangentWhere
Where Zephyrs Ze hyrs Linger LingerBe
Be that as Jt t may the gentle zephyr zephyrwas zephyrwas
was split in twain and part of itas It Itwas
was was w > as shunted down this way only to be bestalled bestalled bestalled
s stalled before it could reach Salt Lake Lakeby Lakeby
i by what t is known in the language lang age of ofthe ofthe offire
the ± weather people as ua a low area areaIhe
The latter has enveloped Salt Lake Iakefor Lakefor
for f the pat pa t ten days without moving movinga
a peg until midnight Sunday Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the wind arose and the low area was wasstruck wasstruck wasstruck
struck in the solar plexus It was not notexactly notexactly notexactly
exactly a a knockout knock = out but it was strong stron stronenough strongenough
enough to give Salt Lakers another anotherforetaste anotherforetaste notherforetaste
foretaste of spring weather yesterday
However the low oa area was scheduled scheduledto
to get Its second wind last night and andas andas andas
as Dr Hyatt says it will again hover hoveraround hoveraround hoveraround
around the town to + vn and try tr to make makethings makth makehings
things th t l gS miserable for the next day ortwo or ortwo ort
two t o
Ii IiWhat
What Others Are Getting GettingLos GettingLos GettingLos
Los Angeles said the doctor is isstill isstill isstill
still the center of very ver heavy h cavy rain rainstorms rainstorms
storms and much damage half ba been betndone b beendone > fll flldone
done all through that part of < > f the thecountry tlPouotry thecountry
country Yuma which has the t r call all on onbe onb onbeing
be b being ing about the hottest plat place c this gjdp ilp I
SLEET StEET1ND AND SNOW SNOWIN 1
IN SUNNY SOUTH SOUTHAtlanta
Atlanta Shut Off From tom the Outside OutsideWorld OutsideWorld OutsideWorld
World WorldPOOR WorldPOOR WorldPOOR
POOR PEOPLE SUFFERING SUFFERINGTRAINS SUFFERINGi
i
T TRAINS BLOCKADED AND WIRES WIRESDOWN WIRESDOWN WIRESDOWN
DOWN DOWNLouisville DOWNLouisvlJIc DOWNLouisville
Louisville Ky Feb Feb 6 GAU Air moansof moans moansof meansor
of < communication in the central south southwest southwestls southwest ¬
west westls Is s crippled today toda to a degree of ofseriousness ofseriousness ofseriousness
seriousness unlcnown unknown in late years years c rs by bya b9a
a sleet storm of many man hours duration durationextending durationextending
extending < from Georgia a over into intoTexas Intorrexas intoTexas
Texas and as far north as the Ohio Ohioriver Ohioriver Ohioriver
i river The city clt of Atlanta Ga which whichunder whichunder whichunder
i under normal conditions keeps in intouch intouch intouch
touch with the world on over 150 l O tele telegraph telegraph teleraph ¬
i graph g wires ti was + as cut off today toda from fromall fromall
all communication with any an point The Thephone Thephone Thephone
phone wires are also unworkable and andrailroads andrailroads
railroads i deprived of their usual usualmethod usualmethod usualmethod
i method of transmitting telegraphic telegraphictra4n telegraphictrain
train orders by b their own lines were wereforced wereforced wereforced
forced to use use other methods of direct directing dlrectIn directing ¬
i ing In train operations operationsThe operations1h operationsThe
The 1h telegraphic ic companies have large largegangs largegang largeangs
j gangs g of men at work ork in the sleet sleetswept sleetsw sleetwept
s swept sw s Pt territory but it will be several severaldays severaldars severaldays
days before the wires are restated One Oneof Oneof
of < the first reports which came from fromChattanooga fromChattanoo fromhattanooga I
Chattanooga Chattanoo C a today was that 500 tele telegraph telegraph telegraph ¬
graph poles were fiat on the ground in inthe inthe inthe
t the vicinity vicinlt of Atlanta This informa information informa110n inforntation ¬
1 tion was brought in by train The city cityof cftOof cityof
of < Macon also has failed to com communicate com communicate communicate ¬
i municate with any neighboring towns townsIn townsIn townsIn
In fact the only part of Georgia Georgiareached Georgiareacbed Georgiareachedd
i reached by wire was Columbus In the thesouthwestern thesouthwestern theouthwestern
J southwestern s corner of the state and andit andit andft
i it was reported from there that no nocommunication nocommunicaUon nocommunication
communication had been held with withAtlanta withAtlanta withAtlanta
Atlanta or Mason for two days daysNew dayNew daysNew
New Orleans also is suffering from fromlackof fromlack fromack
I lackof lack l of communication and only onl two twowires ttvowires wo wowires
wires were working w rkin to that city Long Longreaches Longr Longreaches
reaches r aches of poles were reported down downin down1n downin
in Mississippi MississippiTire cl fssissippiTI
Tire TI le commercial telegraph companies companiesowing companiesowing companiesowing
owing < to the Impaired facilities were wereforced wereforced wereforced
forced to route telegrams originally in intended intended intended ¬
tended between cities only a short shortdistance sbortdistance shortdistance
distance apart over a territory cover covering coerIn coverngthousands ¬
ing In i ngthousands thousands of miles and involving involvingmuch Involvingmuch Involvingmuch
much delay delayMany delay1lnny delayMany
Many southern cities report the thecrippling thecrippling
crippling of street tr et car and lighting lightingfacilities lightingfaCilitlEg lightingfacilities
facilities and in every direction trains trainswere trainsWere I
were CTC hours late lateFREEZING lat lateFREEZING <
I
FREEZING AT MEMPHIS I
FOUND FO F NDINHOCHJS IN HOGHS ROOM ROOMWhite ROOMWhit
White iow Powder Power ei Which May ay Have HaveBeen HaveBeen HaveBeen
Been Used to Get Rid of Sur Surplus Surplus Surt Surplus
t
plus Wives WivesNew WivesNe WivesNew
New Ne York Feb 6 GJohann Johann Hdch Hdchwas Hdch Hdchwas Hdchwas
was arraigned d In court again today todayand toda todaand todayand
and remanded remanded to police headquarters headquarterspending headquarterspending headquarterspending
pending the receipt of ol extradition n pa papers papers papers ¬
pers from Chicago It Is expected that thatthe tha thathe thatthe
the papers will be received Wednesday Wednes Wednesday edIies edIiesda ¬
day da morning when Hdch H ch will be re rearraigned rearralfI1ed rearraigned
arraigned arraignedDetectives arralfI1edDete arraignedDetectives
Detectives Dete < thes working on the Hoch case casesaid casesaid casesaid
said today that a glass lass tube contain containing containa containing
ing a white powder believed to be bepoisonous b bpOisonous bepoisonous
poisonous was found last week in the theroom theroom theroom
room fomerly occupied by Hoch in inhls Inhls inthis
this hls city The tube was about six sixInches sIxIncbes sixinches
Inches long and wascovered was covered atone atoneend at one oneend oneend
end with an inflated rubber bulb bulbwhich bulbwhich bulbwhich
which was used to eject the powder powderThe powderThe powderThe
The New York police announced to today toay ¬
day d ay that they had discovered two tw other otherwomenwhomHoch otherwomen otherwomen
womenwhomHoch women whom Boch had married One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of them the police said is airs Minnie MinnieWestphal MinnieWestphal IlnnieWestphal
Westphal of Jersey City CIt whom Hoch Hochis
is said to have married in 1S9S 189 under underthe underthe undertits
the name of William Frederick Ben Bessing Be5sIng Bening
sing s According to the police Hoch Hochmade Hochmade Hochmade
made her acquaintance through a anewspaperadvertisement anewspaper aewspaper
newspaperadvertisement newspaper n advertisement and got 900 900belonging 900belongIng 904belonging
belonging to her The name of thether the theothers theQther
others o ther woman Is not disclosed by the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police but they th say Hoch married her herIn herin herin
In 1S97 and secured S00 200 from her herWITHOUT herWITHOUT herr herWITHOUT
r
WITHOUT RESULT RESULTJefferscm RESULTJefIers RESULTJefferson
Jefferson JefIers n nCity City Cit Mo Feb 6 GThe GThesIxteenth The Thesixteenth s ssixteenth
sixteenth ballot for United stelesgenator Suites Suitessenator Statesenator
senator enator taken today toda was wituout rvitnoutresult witnoutresult wituoutresult
result The ballot resulted resultedNiedringhaus resultedledrillghaus 3 3Niedrngriaus
Niedringhaus 50 Cockrell CockrellKerens 55 55Kerens 55v
v Kerens ju jeettijohni l ettlJohn 2 Jjinkei Jjinkeiberg blnkelbelS rinkeiberg
berg 1 Senator enator A K Gardner of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St LOuis 1 There were twenty twentyeight twellteight twentyeight
eight pairs pairsBABIES
9 9
BABIES BABIESiI i
ON FIRE FIREWith
j With itching itchingoJ tc tca
a oJ hom burning WitL > scaling scalingand scalingand
and crusted hu humors huj
j mors instantlyrelieved instantly instantlvrclicYed
relieved and andwarm andspecdnycured andsperdilycuredby
specdnycured sperdilycuredbywarm by bywarm
warm bath with
DIED OFHE4 qF HEART RT FAiLURELos FAILURE FAILUREmysterious
Los Angeles Feb sThecoroners jury
in the Qe of Rev C E 1 > ettUey at Tln Tlncoln
coln I Ne who died suiidenty I r rI rI under undermysterious
mysterious I circumstances in a lodging
house In n this city last Saturday I night to today today ¬
day returned a verdict that tn the deceased deceasedcame deeeaaedcame
came to his death from fromheart heart ftUlurv ftUlurvThere tailurThere
There have I been no arrests IH connection connectionwith connectionwith i iI
with the ease efforts of the police to find findthe fifluthe
the strange I woman who I II was suppose supposed to tohave tohave
have accompanied I 0 0i Bentley having been beenwithout beenwithout
without i result so far farSCIENTIST farSCIENTIST
SCIENTIST DEAD DEADSt
St Joseph Mo Feb t 6 John T Mi Michau Michau
chau widely known as a stuwtt of ofarchaeology ofarchaeology <
archaeology is dead at hte home here hereaged hemaged
aged W years He had made numerous numeroustrips numeroustrips
trips to Egypt and other old world worldcountries worldcountries
countries for research and had just justfinished justfinished
finished a book on archaeology archaeologyTHE archaeologyTh
Th THE BEST fOR fORTHE lORFor
THE SEVEN AGES AGESFor
For the youngsters and the old oldfolks oldfolks
folks and everybody between betweentimes betweentimes
times timesTHE timesTHE
THE FAMOUS MACKINTOSH MACKINTOSHTOFFEE MACKINTOSHTOFFEE
TOFFEE TOFFEEThe
The confection of health whichsells which whichsells
sells at 10 cents the cake or L6fl L6flthe L0Othe
the package containing four fourpounds fourpounds
pounds A fresh shipment just justreceived justreceived
received receivedWhere receivedWhere
Where the Gars GarsThe CarsStop
Stop
The Great PrescriptionDrug Prescription PrescriptionDrug
Drug Store StoreRIVPN StoreRIVEN
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