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= TMJS SALT LAKE LAItEHERALD HERALD SLTNDAY FEE F EB 12 1905 19O SECTIOX aXE
SWAYNE TRIAL TRIALBEFORE TRIALBEFORE 1 1BEFORE
BEFORE SENATE SENATEAccused
Accused Accu ed Jurist Present During the theProceeding theFroceeding theWORK
Proceeding ProceedingWORK FroceedingfJORK
WORK DONE IN INTHE THE HOUSE HOUSEDEBATE HOUSEDEBATE HOUSEDEBATE
DEBATE ON STEAMBOAT INSPEC INSPECTION INSPECTION INSPECTION ¬
TION SERVICE SERVICEWashington SERVICEWashington SERVICEWa5hlngton
Washington Feb 11 HThe The entire time timeof timeof timeoL
of the th h se senate ate today which was ts not notspent notsp notspent
spent sp nt in executive session was given to tothe 0 0the othe
the Swayne impeachment trial Four Fourwitnesses Fourwitnases Fourwltneises
witnesses were examined All of olthem olthemere them themwere themwere
were ere from Pensacola Fla and they theywere tl1e tl1ewere theywere
were introduced for or the purpose of ofshowing ofshowing ofshowing
showing that up to 1900 Judge Swayne Swaynehad Swayn4had Swaynelad
had not acquired a residence in his dis district district dintrict ¬
trict In Florida During the proceedings proceedingsthe
the question of the right of the house housemanagers housemanagelS housemanagers
managers to object to questions put to towitnesses towitnesses towitnesseg
witnesses by senators was raised but butthe butthe butthe
the presiding officer ruled that such ob objections objections objectioils ¬
jections might be stated The prece precedents precedonts precedents ¬
dents quoted were to the effect that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while questions by senators should be beadmitted beadmlttOd beadmitted
admitted counsel could properly object objectto
to the admissiblllty of replies made to tothem tothem tothem
them themThe themThe themThe
The respondent was again present presentand presentand presentand
and occupied a a seat between his at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys exSenators Higgins and andThurston andlhutston andIt
Thurston ThurstonIt
It had been the intention of the man managers managcrs manJ ¬
J agers to proceed proc ed today toda with the inves investigation Investigation investigation ¬
tigation into the articles charging il illegal 11legal iilegal ¬
legal collections for expenses but the thewitnesses tbewitnesses thewitnesses
witnesses summoned on that point hav having having haYIng ¬
ing failed to arrive the charges relat relating1 relatInS relatlug ¬
InS to Judge Swaynes failure to reside residelathis residelQbis reside1uhis
lathis district in Florida was taken up upThe upThe upThe
The examination was chiefly conduct conducted ¬
ed by Manager Perkins and the cross crossexamination crossexamination rossexamination
examination by Senator HIggins HIgginsQuestions HigginsQuestions HigginsQuestions
Questions were asked of the witnesses witnessesby
by the senators as the case progressed progressedIn progresse progresseIn
In each case they wrote their queries queriesand querIesand queriesand
and sent them to the desk to be read readSeveral readSoveral readSeveral
Several witnesses were examined At
427 pi p m the senate senateslttlng sitting as a court courtadjourned courtadjourned courtadjourned
adjourned to resume its executive ses session session session ¬
sion sionThe
The senate s nate at 625 6 p m adjourned adjournedSESSION adjournedSE adjournedSESSION
SESSION SE SION OF HOUSE HOUSESteamboat HOUSESteamboat HOUSESteamboat
Steamboat inspection I Service Under UnderDiscussion UnderDiscussion UnderDJsc
Discussion DiscussionWashington DiscussionWashington DJsc usslo n nWashington
Washington Feb 11 llVhen When the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house convened today Mr 10 Grosvenor Grosvenorchairman Grosvenorchairman Grosvenorchairman
chairman of the house committee on onmerchant onmerohant onmerchant
merchant marine and fisheries called calledup calledup calledup
up the several bills proposing amend amendments amendments amendinents ¬
ments to the steamboat inspection serv service ser serIce serIce ¬
ice which were prepared at the depart department dcpartment department ¬
ment of commerce and labor as a re result result resuit ¬
sult of the General Slocum disaster disasterMr disasterIr disasterMr
Mr Ir Grosvenor explained that these thesemeasures thesenleasures thesemeasures
measures were approved by b the board boardof boardof boardof
of Inspectors by b bythc the organized commer commercial commercial commerciul ¬
cial bodies of the whole country and andfavorably andfavorablYreported andfavorably
favorably favorablYreported reported by the committee on onmerchant onmerchant onmerchant
merchant marine and fisheries and all allof allof allJr
of them were aimed to amend and im improve Improe hnprove ¬
prove the inspection service laws lawsObjection lawsObjection lawsObjection
Objection Sns vas made by Mr Wynne Wynneof Yynneof
of California to consideration of the bill billrelating b1llrelating billrelating
relating to the crews Qf Q vessels and andMr andr au auMr
Mr r Sherley Sherlc of Kentucky objected to toconsideration toconsIderation toconsideration
consideration of the bill affecting the thesalary the3alary thesalary
salary system of inspectors The other othersteamboat otherstcamboat othersteamboat
steamboat Inspection bills were passed passedAmendment passedAmendment passedAmendment
Amendment by Livernash LivernashMr
Mr lr Wynne withdrew his objection obje tfon to toconsideration toconslderaUen tocoiiskleratien
consideration of the bill relating to the thecomplement thecompleluent thevompleinent
complement of crews when Mr Liver Livernash Llver1118h Livernash ¬
nash of California offered an amend amendment amendtnent amendmeat ¬
meat providing that 70 per cent of the thecrew there thecrew
crew re of a vessel shall be effective effectivehands etrecthehnnds effectiveheads
hands and defining the character of ofseamen ofBetuuen ofeiiinen
seamen seamenMr BetuuenU eiiinenMr
Mr U Livernash In support of the theamendment theAmendment theanien4lment
amendment said it was desired by b the theseamens theeamens theseamens
seamens union Mr r Grosvenor said saidthe saidtho saidthe
the snme amendment had been unani unanimously unanlJ11ousl unanimously ¬
mously J11ousl voted down by the committee committeeand committeeJutd committeeand
and that tlia t if it prevailed not a vessel vesselwould vesselwould es5 l loultl
would oultl be able to leave San Francisco FranciscoReplying FrancI8coHepllng Franciscolleplylng
Replying to Mr Ir Livernash Mf MfOrosvenor MrGrOsvenor 11 11GrOf
Orosvenor GrOf > venor said the seamens organiza organization o organizatiort ganlzatlon ¬
tion had not been denied a hearing be before beforo before ¬
fore the committee The amendment amendmentwas
was voted down and the bill passed passedmaking passedntRklns passednInkini
making live of the inspection service servicebills servicebills cnlcebltls
bills passed today todayThe toda todaThe todaySThe
The house nonconcurred in the sen senate senate seaate ¬
ate amendments to the bill making it itunlawful Itunlnwful itunlawful
unlawful to use the words United UnitedStates UnltcdStates UnitedStates
States survey sule on articles of gold and andsilver andtiiher andsiiver
silver providing for or the registration of oftrade ortrode oftrade
trade marks was agreedto agreedtoFACTS agreedtoFACTS agreedtoFACTS
FACTS THAT TELL TELLJanuary TELLJanuary TELL3aituary
January netincrease in subscribers subscribersSlO
SlO o Total Tot Totolsubscrlbers subscribers in Salt Lake City CityFeb Clt CltFeb CityFeb
Feb 1 7572 Q12 RockyMountain RoclY lYlountaln Bell Tele Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
phone company companyA ompat1yA
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Some day dft you ou will 111 get a Vad 1Ja scaro scarowhan SfJsrOwhon nearoWhen
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and fear appendicitis Safety nret lies in inDr InDr InDr
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thfm th m Z C M d t I drug department departmentHAVE departmentHAVE departmentHAVE
HAVE YOU YOUOrdered YOUOrder YOUOrdered
Ordered Order d a copy copy or Folks Salt Lake City
Directory for or 19067 TJUs 111 workwill Yod will soon soonbe soonbe soonbe
be In press Better B tter order < > now as the theedition hc hcedition hcedlUonwlU
edition edlUonwlU will be limited to actual actual5ub actual5ubaGlibGrs sub subaftrlbars subartbors
aftrlbars Price GOO < par opy A map mapof mapot mapof
of the city e1t goes with oath oa h book bookTV bOOkW bookw
W P COOPER COOPERSecretary COOPERSecretar COOPERSecretary
Secretary and Manager 6l7C2fr Dooly DoolyBuilding DoobBun DoolyBuilding
Building Bun lng
MURDERS MllRDERSGREER MllRDERSGREERINGOlD MURDERSGREERIN GREER GREERIN
IN INGOlD INSalt GOLD HOOD HOODSalt OOD OODSalt
Salt Lake Man M n Gets ConfessionFrom ConfessionFromCriminal Confession From FromI PromCriminal
Criminal CriminalWIAN CriminalMAN CriminalMAN
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MAN SHOT IN OWN DOOR DOORATTORNEY b bo boATTORNEY p pATTORNEY
ATTORNEY WALTON WALTONTELLS TELLS HOW HOWRELATIVE HOWRELATlVE HOWRELATLVE
RELATlVE WAS KILLED KILLEDThe KILLEDThe KILLEDThe
The confession of James Jamaslalcoln Malcoln a aprisoner aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner at the Glasgow county jail jailMontana jailMontana jailMontana
Montana to the murder murd r of Waiter W lter Wil William Wllllnm Wil11am ¬
liam Greer whom he shot In the lat latters latters latters
ters cabin near Big Lake Valley coun county county county ¬
ty Montana on Jan J n 116 6 was made m e last lastThursday lastThursday lastThursday
Thursday to Attorney E l A Walton Waltonthe Waltonthe nIton nItonthe
the brotherinlaw of the murdered murderedman murderedman murderedman
man Mr Walton returned last night nightto
to his hQme 449 South Eleventh East EUftJames EastJames
James Malcoln was taken t ken into cus cuatody custody custody
tody the next day when the body bod was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found and charged charg d with horse hqrse steal stealing stealing stealinic ¬
ing Word of the murder of Greer Greerwas Graerwas Greerwas
was sent to Attorney Walton and he
left about three weeks ago to inves investigate inycstfgate investigate ¬
tigate the matter It was believed at atthe atthe t tthe
the time that Malcoln l alcoln killed Greer for forhe Corhe forhe
he had been seen at his victims cabin
the day before and Greer bad ac accused ¬
cused Malcoln of horse stealing Mal Malcoin Malcoin Ial Ialcoin I I
coin had been a cowboy for three or orfour orfour orfour
four years and had borne the name of ofa I Ia
a hard character characterWalter characterWalter characterWalter
Walter W Greer was the brother brotherof
of Mrs Irs E A I Iseveral
Walton and visited her herseveral herseveral
several times at her home here In
Salt Lake City Clt He left his profes profession proCEssion professlon ¬
sion as a lawyer lawycrabout about four years ago agoand agoand agoand
and came from Chicago to Montana Montanawhere 110ntanawhere Montanawhere
where he started a ranch ranchMr ranchMr ranchMr
Mr Walton Tells His Story StoryIt
It was a coldblooded murder At Attorney Attorne Attorney ¬
torney torne Walton said last night Mal Malcolns Malcolas 1 al alcolns
colns confession of the crime was wasmade wasmade ns nsmade
made to me in his cell at the Glasgow Glasgowcounty Glasgowcount Glasgowcounty
county count jail He denied the charge day dayafter dayarter dayafter
after day but the evidence was so sostrong sostrong sostrong
strong that he finally admitted that thathe thathe thathe
he killed Greer In selfdefense He Heclaims Heclaims Heclaims
claims that he stopped at the cabin cabinthe cabinthe a bin binthe
the evening of the killing kUl ng and that he hetalked hetarJted hetamed
talked witn Greer During the con conversation conyersatlon coiiVersation ¬
versation Greer asked him about the theownership theown theownership
ownership own rshlp of a horse he had and he hefeared hefeared hefeared
feared Greer intended to kill him He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said they had no row but he believed believedGreer believedGreer believedGreer
Greer knew to whom It belonged belongedHe
He says he started away awa from the thecabin thecabin thecabin
cabin to mount his horse which he had hadtied hadtied hadtied
tied to a wagon but turning around aroundsaw aroundsaw aroundsaw
saw Greer In the doorway with a shot shotgun shotgun shotgun ¬
gun aimed at him He pulled up his hisrifle hIsrIfle hisrifle
rifle and shot him When Greer stag staggered staggered staggered ¬
gered to his feet f et he tried to aim his hisgun hisgun hisgun
gun at him again but before he had hadtime hadtime hadtime
time to shoot Malcoln fired killing his hisman hisman hisman
man He said he went back to the thecabin tbecabin thecabin
cabin picked up the shotgun and stood stoodit
it up behind the door From there he heclaims heclaIms lieclaims
claims he rode to the next ranch about aboutfour nboutfour aboutfour
four miles away and spent the night nightThere nightThere nightThere
There he was captured the following
day dayWhen da
When Greer was found by a couple coupleof
of ranchers the next day lying in his hiscabin hiscabin hiscabin
cabin the body was brought to Cum
bertson and examined by a physician physicianIt
It was seen at once that one of the th
bullets had entered his back and an < 1
lodged In his hip bone The other went
through his left side piercing the heart heartand heartand heartand
and out the right side The officers
took up the search and soon located < 1
Malcoln at a ranch many miles from fromthe fromthe fr m mthe
the cabin He w was us s wanted on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of horse stealing and was taken takcJ1to
to the th Glasgow county jail He pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedguilty pleadedguilty
guilty to the charge of horse stealing
but denied having killed Greer GreerClear GreerClear GreerClear
Clear Case Against Malcoln MaleolnThe MalcolnThe MalcolnThe
The oflicer worked hard on the case caseand C8s C8sand caseand
and secured damaging evidence The Thefurniture Th Thefurniture
furniture in the room was disturbed disturbedand dhturbedand disturbedand
and showed signs of ora a struggle but but
Malcoln says sn s there was no trouble The Thegun Thegun Thegun
gun was found standing up behind the
door and a rag was found In the bar bllrreI barrel barrel ¬
rel which had been b n used In cleaning cleaningI
it When he was asked about the rag ragoff
I the prIsoner claimed > d he picked it up upoff
off the floor and shoved it in II the thebarrel thebarrel thebarrel
I barrel barrelMalcoln barrelMalcoln barrelMalcoln
Malcoln will be charged with mur ¬
der in the first degree and I intend intendto
to assist in the prosecution prot cutlon of the case caseThe caScThe easeThe
The prisoner prhonerhas has pleaded guilty to the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of horse stealing steail1n and hd with lth the theevidence theevIdence theevidence
evidence in the casethere case there Is no n ndoubt douhf dou t
but that he will be found guilty of ofmurder ormUr ofmurder
murder mUr er in the first degree degreeWalter degreeValter degreeWaIter
Walter Greer was 31 years ears of age ageand ageand ageand
and was born in Blopmdaje Ky where
he was reared He graduated from the
Central university of that tateIn state In 1S04 1S04taking 1S04taking
taking a degree In the law course He Hepracticed Heractlced Hepracticed
practiced his profession In Chicago for fortwo fortwO fortwo
two years ears and then commenced work workon1 worlo vori vorion
on1 o the Cincinnati Enquirer during the thepolitical th thpoUUca1 thepolitical
political campaign of 1S96 He went wentback wentbftek wentbeck
back to his law profession and then thenin thenin thenin
in 1599 1 99 went to Montana and took up upa upa upa
a tract of land Since that time he
had visited H ited Salt Lake a number of oftimes oftimes oftithes
times with his sister Mrs E A Wal Walton Walton Val Valton ¬
ton tonAttorney
Attorney Walton shippedGreers shipped Gjeers GjeersmainR n nmains i imains
mains to t his home In Kentucky Vhere h < < re
his mother moth r Is still living livingLOBBYISTS livlngre livlngrLOBBYISTS livingLOBBYISTS
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LOBBYISTS SCARED SCAREDA SCAREDAWAY SCAREDAWAYIopeka AWAYi AWAYiTopeka Y YTopeka
Topeka Kan an Feb 11 1lTJl 11TJilap 11TJilappolntment The ap appolntment appolntment
polntment of a committee ommltt by the theKansas theI theKansas
Kansas I ansas legislature to investigate investigatethe in lgate lgatethe
the rumors of boodllng has h s result resulted resultCd
ed e in a t wholesale exodusx cxodu Of > f lobby 14bb 14bblsts
ists from Topeka anddt and 1t Isdoubt Isdoubtful Is doub doubful
ful if the inquiry will be pushed pushedany pllSh pllShany l lany >
any further Speaker Speak r Stubbk exr exrpresses QX QXpresses oxpresses
presses himself hims as naw well n lhiatjsfied lhiatjsfiedwith ati8flftd ati8flftdvith tietledwith
with the action o ott1e o1 the ie lobbyists lobbyistsin
in leaving even ffHo it l1o o evidences evidencesof
of bribery can be found ro nd ndw
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III 17 17FINAL
FINAL CLEANUP SALES OF OFTHE OFTHE OPTHE
THE SEASON ODDS AND ANDENDS ANDENDS ANDENDS
ENDS AT ZERO PRICES PRICESIJTliis PRICESfJIThis PRicEslJJThis
IJTliis is an opportune time ti tirn e to tofillup t tfill o ofill <
fillup fill up the weak spots in youf youfwardrobe y yutwardrobe nt ntwardrobe
wardrobe Pants Pantsgood good ones onesat onesI onesat
at move quick prices Ties at atAccents J
I Accents 5 ocen ocents ts worth w rth 3 time sas smuch smxichWinter smuchI smuchWinter
Winter suits SU Its underwear undeI car and andmuch andmuch a d dmuch
I much that you can can use to ad advantage adI advantage ¬
vantage v ntage Discounts that are ar dis discounts discounts li liun ¬
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counts countsICHARDSON countsRICHARDSON un s sRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON ICHARDSON A AbAMS AbAMSA AA AAA 3MMS 3MMSA
A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt MEN1HIS
At The Ih Sign Signof C
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of the Four
I 172 I 7 2 MAIN STREET STREETI
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WORKMEN WANT WANTSHORTER WANTSHORTER WN1SHORTER
SHORTER HOURS HOURSDetermined
S Determined to t Stay Out Until De Demands Domantis ¬
mantis m nds Are Granted GrantedST Gra GrantedST ted
ST PETERSBURG IS QUIEf QUIEfNO QUIET QUIETNO QUIEfrJO
NO TELLING WHAT WILL HAP HAPPEN ¬
PEN PENTODAY PENTODAYWarsaw TODAY TODAYWarsaw TODAYVarsaw
I Iday
Warsaw Feb F b 11 l1HooUgnn5 Hooligans to today today
day terrorized the proprietor of ofa ora ofa
a gunshot and took possession of ofllfty orllfty offifty
llfty revolvers revolversWarsaw I
=
Warsaw a5ty Feb 11 11ork Work has hasagain hasagain
again been suspended in all tho thefactorIez I
1 factories here hereLqds hereLod I ILods
Lqds Lods Russian Poland Feb U 11No UNo UNo
No disturbances were reported to today today today
day at Lodz or dsnovlc but the theHitufition
situation Is cxtremely strained strainedana strainedand straineland
and fears enrsare are entertained of tho thopossible thopossIble thopossible
possible outcome of the t e next few fewdays rewda fewdays
days da s in Poland P land generally generallySt
St Petersburg Feb F b 11 340 p m mThe mThe iiiThe
The strike extended today todn to Lessners LessnersTielmans LessnersTIelmans LessnersTielmans
Tielmans and a number of other otherworks
works The men remain quiet and an < 1 de determined letermlned e etermlned ¬
termlned and declare they will not notyield notyIeld notyield
yield until they the win the fight for an aneighthour anei aneighthour
eighthour ei hthour day A large number of oftroops oftroopr oftroopn
troops are posted about the Viborg ViborgandTNewsky Viborgand Viborgand
andTNewsky and N ewsky quarters quartersDAY quartersDAY quartersDAY
DAY PASSED PASSED QUIETLY QUIETLYStrikers QUIETLYStrikers j jStrikers
Strikers Da D Not Appear to Have Any AnySet AnySet AnySetPlans
Set SetPlans SetPlansSt Plans PlansSt PlansSt
St Petersburg Feb 11 7 p m mThe mTheday mTheday The Theday
day passed quietly without any an colli collisions collisions cohlisions ¬
sions between the troops and strikers
though a number of arrests were made madeafter made madeafter madealter
after a a big bi meeting at the Moscow Moscowgate
gate this morning The police and Cos Cossacks C03sacks Cossacks ¬
sacks did not Interfere with the as assembly assenibly ¬
sembly itself at which there was only onlythe onbthe onlythe
the reading of papers and a desultory desultorydiscussion desultorydiscussion desultorydiscussion
discussion but they followed the men menwhen m mnwhen n nhen
when hen the meeting broke up and pre prevented Preented pmvented ¬
vented them from marching in large largebodies largebodlea largebodiec
bodies to intimidate other workmen workmenA
A long drive through the disturbed disturbedparts disturbedvarts disturbedparts
parts of the city showed the presence presenceOf
Of cavalry infantry and police pOlfceeer pOlfceeerwh every everywhere everywhere ¬
where wh rc In the industrial l quarters most mostof mostof
of the establishments were closed at atp 2J 2 2p
p J m the regular Saturday halfholi halfholiday hnlfholiday haifhohiday ¬
day releasing practically the entire in industrial indUstrhU indtistridl ¬
dustrial population of St Petersburg Petersburgand Pet rsburg rsburgand
and making it very difficult to verify verifythe yerlfythe yerifythe
the host of rumors But it was as evi evident evident cvident ¬
dent that there had been no gonorul ax axtension aJ aJtension axtension
tension of the strike as feared The Thestrikers Thestrikers Thestrlker5
strikers apparently haveno have no plans fot fotmaking fo fomaking roImaking
making demonstrations tomorrow but butit OUtIt Ut UtIt
it is impossible to predict what fna nay da daveloj d dvclo dovelop
veloj >
FAVOR EQUAL RIGHTS RIGHTSIron RIGHTSIron RIGHTSIron
Iron Masters of Russia Memorialize MemorializeM Mem rialize rializeM
M Wlttc WlttcSt WitteSt
St Petersburg Feb 11 nThe The society societyof soci ty tyor
of Russian Iron masters representing rerescntlngOooooooo
500000000 of capital has memorialized memorializedM
M Wltte president of the committee committeeof
of ministers on the labor question questionpointing questionpointing questionpointing
pointing out that the attitude of the thepeople thepeoplo thepeople
people in a II warning that no repressive repressivemeasures represslvemCU repressivemeasures
measures mCU urefl will end the deeplyrotted deepl rotted na national national ustional ¬
tional movement of the he Russian peo people peopit peoplc ¬
pit
The iron masters further declare that thatnormal thatl thatnormal
normal l relations between the workmen workmenand workmennnd workmenand
and their employers emplov rs are only < fI1 possible possiblewith possiblewIth possiblewith
with a system of government governrnentbased based on onjustice onjustice onjustice
justice and with the participation of ofboth Ofboth ofboth
both employers em loytrs and employes in legis legislation legislrt1on legishntion ¬
lation equality for all before the law lawinviolability lawl1ololablllty lawInviolability
inviolability of domicile dOmi lIe the right to tohold tohold tohold
hold meetings and strike strikeprptecUon strikeprptecUontor protection protectionfor
for workers against the attacks of ofstrikers orstrIkers ofstrikers
strikers freedom of press and univer univerfcal unIverPal univeral
Pal al compulsory education educationDECLINED educationDECLINED educationDECLiNED
DECLINED REELECTION REELECTIONPrince REELECTIoNPrince REELECTIONSPrince
Prince Troubetskoy Will No Longer LongerLead I ILead
Lead the Nobles NoblesMoscow Nobles1OSCO NoblesMosco
Moscow 1OSCO Feb 11 llPrince Prince Troubets Tzoubethkoy I Ik030
koy president pre ident of the Moscow o cow zemstvo zemstvohas zemstvobaa J
has informed the assembly of nobles noblesthat noblestnat i ithat
that he declines d cUnes reelection as provin provincial proylnialmarshal proviniaI
cial ialmarshal iaI marshal of the nobility Address Addressing Addressing
ing a meeting mE > cting of the nobles Prince PrinceTroubetakoy Prfl Prine PrineTroubetakoy t tTroubetskoy
Troubetakoy declared that throughout throughouthis
his tenancy of office he had always alwaysstriven alw1Ysstriven alwaysstriven
striven to maintainharmony maintain harmon harrnony among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the nobility of Moscow and throughout throughoutRussia throughoutRussia
Russia butas but as a split had manifested manifestedItself manift manifestdItself > std stdItself
Itself during the debate on the recent reoentruddress recentrddrc85 recentnddress
uddress to the emperor he had decided decidednot decidednot decidednot
not to seek reelection The assembly assemblytried assemblYtried assemblytried
tried to Induce Prince Troubestkoy Troubestko to toreconsider torfconslder toreconsider
reconsider his decision de islon but he refused refusedto
to do sO Vll U the former provincial and anddistrict andt1lstrldt andtlintrldt
district marshals m rshnlR ot the thenoblHtr nobility whose whosmttrl whosenaii1ig I Inartilos
nartilos mttrl were ere proposed likewise declined decIinedth declinedth1s j jthe
the th post The deadlock ultimately ultlmatel was wastemporariry wast wastempotarlf
temporariry t mpornrlf solved by Prince Troubct Troubetrkocbnaentihg t tk
kojc5nsentlhg 5 k Joc mienUhg to remain In office un unil unlit unIii
lit il Ills sudcessor su c sS6r is found foundi foundTHlRTYilTHREE foundTHiFrt
I 1 1THRti1HREE i
THlRTYilTHREE THiFrt THREE KILLED KILLEDOfficial KILLEDOJ KILLEDOficiaI
OJ OJQffiqial
Official Reports of the Shooting at atSosnovic atosnovic atSosnovic
Sosnovic SosnovicLodz SosnovicLodz osnovicLodZ
Lodz Feb 1L lLThe The governor in an aninterview 811iltervlek an1tterview
interview with the correspondent of the theAssoeittted theAi theAssociated
Assoeittted Ai iRt d Press today said saidMy R saidMy ld ldly
My ly official reports from Sosnovic Sosnovicfhow Sosnovicshow Sosovicahiow
show that thirtythree thirt three persons personsY were AYQrekilled werekilled re relllIe
killed lllIe and thirtysix wounded eight eightten eightn eighttUn
ten n of whom were feerl6usiyhurt sermu ljhurt in the theconflict thOconfiict theconflict
conflict at the Katherinen Iron works workson eorkson
on Thursday The trouble began when whenr whenbody whenbody
r body of striking miners tried to t force forcethe rorcthe forcthe
the furnace melt m 1t of the iron works to toput toput toput
put out the fires rts an nnc1 < J join the strikers strikersThe strikersThe strikersThe
The mob became violent broke down a af afence afthce
f fence < nce and forced an entrance entran < e into tho thovorks thoorks thevorks
vorks orks which were guarded by two twocompanies twocompanIes twocompanies
companies of Infantry The oflicers or ordered ordtred ordered ¬
dered the he crowd to leave but they re refused rcfusPd refused ¬
fused Suddenly a striker drew a large largeknife laTJeImlfe haTgeknife
knife and rushed at an n omen The Thesoldiers thesoldiers tliesoldiers
soldiers then fired an the mob which whichimmediately whichimmedlately whichimmediately
immediately fled leaving the dead and andwounded andounded andouncled
wounded woundedThe oundedTl10 ouncledThe
The governor added ad ad that no other othershooting othershooUng othershooting
shooting had been reported and that thati thatqui thatquiet
i quiet qui t had been restored In the city cityj cit citI
I There Th re are oOOOO OOOOmen men on strike in the thei theI theSosnovie
i Sosnovic district districtMILITARY dlstriotMILITARY districtMILITARY
I
MILITARY IN CONTROL CONTROLToday COTROLI
I Today Tod y Expected to Pass Without a aCollision 1
4 Collision CollisionSt
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St Petersburg Feb 12 144 a m m1St
I 1St St Petersburg breathed easier this thisi thismorning
i morning the apprehensions of a gen generai general
I I eral resumption of the strike having havingproved havingproved havingproved
proved unjustified at least afe far as asyesterday as asyestOrday 5 5yesterd
yesterday yesterd is concerned and the strUt strlkto strikera
I
ers havIng manifested no Incnnation
to resort to political measures in the thenature thenature thenature
nature of the tbeevonts events of Jan 22 22Dispatches 22Dispatches 22Dispatches
Dispatches from all parts of the em empire empire
pire show a distinct improvement in inthe inthe inthe
the industrial situation except In Po Poland PoI Pohand
< land and the Caucasus Cau < asus and the great greattidal greatUdal greattidal
tidal wave of economic disturbance disturbancewhich disturbancewhIch disturbancewhich
which swept over the entire entirland land as asa asa asa
a sequence to the historic upheaval In InSt InSt inSt
St Petersburg In January is now be beUeved beIleved
1 lleved to be on the ebb Remnants of ofthis orthif ofthis
this general strike movement still ex ext ex1st
i 1st in many man quarters in Russia and andthe andthe l1lathe
the Russian industrial classes are so sofar sofar sofar
far from being contented that a re rel reissuance
l Issuance of the wave cannot be omlt omltted omltI omitted
ted from future calculation but for forthe forthe forthe
I the time 11 e being the economic 0 qnomic peril perilwhich perU1h nerhlivhlcV
which ivhlcV 1h eEPJ11rP tilmiStaned tened to t tteiUtke gfiake fi e the politi political poHtIa pohitlcal ¬
cal a I structure Etrctur and render rend r armies utter utterly utterly ¬
ly 1 impotent gs 5C3flS ems to be abating
In Inp Poland oland t1 and the the Caucasus Caucasus regions j
Indeed infao > 1 the Vii > strike c lA continues i with i vigor I Ithe
the weekbringing bloody collisions be ¬
tween strikers and troops at Sosno Sosnovic ¬
vic ie and ending in a full resumption resumptionofthe resumptionof resumptionotthe
ofthe of the walkout at vTaxsttw But these thesesections thesescto1M
sections 6 q m at present have iave peculiar in ¬
dustrial conditions differing from the therest therest therest
rest of the empire Baku Batoum Tlf
lis and ant an4 other cities of the Caucasus Caucasusare
are tfhronlc hN > nle strike st ike breeders bree ers and the theproblem tl1eprobiem theproblem
problem In Poland is complicated by byiriado
the large mass of strfIte and those thosemado thosemade
made Idle on n account of the depression depressioncaused depressiobcaused < Iepressi n ni3used
caused by the war warLittle warLittle warLittle
Little Change ChangeThe Ch ChangeTheSt nge ngeThe
The TheSt St Petersburg strike strlltc had not
diminished yesterday but neither had I
ft greatly increased The industrial industrialquarters IndustrIalqu industrialquarters
quarters qu rt rs southeast ofthe city in which whichare whichare whichare
are located the Pudlbff Put Putl loff ff iron works anti anttthe antithe ln < < 1 1the
the St Petersburg P toMiburg car works are
largely idle and the men of two es establishments esta entabhisliments ¬
tablishments ta lIshments in the Viborg quarter quarterand quarterand quarterand
and of one in Vassiliostroff Vassi11 strotI joined the thethe
itrlke but emploYJ in general finished finishedth fInishedthG
the th we teqi < sk without quitting giving em employers emploers employcra
ployers further time to t agree on con
cessions c sslons Measures taken t ken by b the au
thorities to prevent proselyting pr selUng in inforce infOrceby t tfo
force fo fOrceby CBby by strikers were ere entirely ef ¬
fective and the offer of certain con concessions conc conCOsfilons ¬
cessions c ons by tlie PutlldfT PuUl JI iron works also alsohad alsohul alsohad
had Its effect on the temper ot the theworkmen thewor theworkmen
workmen wor r 1en
No Plan For Today TodayTUece TodayTI1er TodayThete
TUece will be io demonstration to today ¬
day unless ul1l ss it is a spontaneous one the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers for the time tmebeil1g being having no noplans noplaps1or nopiaps
plans plaps1or for such a demonstration as they
held on the eve of the Jan 22 slaugh slaughter slaughter slaughter ¬
ter and in the absence of plans for forconcerted forconcerted forconcerted
concerted action the force of police policeand policeand policeand
and military mmtar seems ample to preserve preserveorder preserveorder preserveorder
order With Governor General Tre Trepoff Trcpr Trepert
pert pr f at the t1l helm and the lessons of ofJan ofJan ofJan
Jan 22 in the wind and with the theworkmen theworkmen theworkmen
workmen convinced that the troops troopswill troopswUI troopswill
will obey ob orders there is little pros prospect prospect prospeer ¬
pect of general disorder disorderThe disorderThe disorderThe
The Narva quarter for example is iseverywhere iseerywhere iseverywhere
everywhere strongly picketed and a abugle abugle abugle
bugle signal will m concentrate six com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies at a given point in a few min minutes mittutes ¬
utes Like arrangements have been beenmade beenmade I
made in other manufacturing manufacturingsectlons manufacturingsectlonsand sections sectionsand sectionsand
and an adequate force for e is on hand to topreserve topresene topreserye I
city preserve order in the center of the thecity theclW thecity
Employers NotAgreed NotAgreedThe Not Agreed AgreedThe AgreedThe
The employers have not arrived at ata ata ata
a decision for joint action in conces concesslons concessions concesslons
slons to the strikers strikersand and many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them tiring of the thedilatorIness dilatoriness of the theothers theothers theothers
others are already attempting to sat satIfy satIry satify
Ify the men on their own account accountThe accountThe accountThe
The occurrences Qf Jan 22 2 are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made the subject of an exhaustive le legal legal legal ¬
gal Inquiry by St Petersburg attor attorneys attorneys attorneyn ¬
neys a commission of whom is exam examining examIning examining ¬
ining witnesses and gathering evi evidence evidencefnom evidenee ¬
dence dencefnom from physicians in order to es establish establish establish ¬
tablish the number of victims which whichup whichup whichup
up to the present is only approxi approximately appro approximuatehy l lmately ¬
mately known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The commission also will endeavor endeavorto
to ascertain the th causes for the trouble troubleandflx troubleand troubleand
andflx and fix the responsibility responsibilityHuge responsibilitye responsibilityHuge
k e
Huge Task TaskIt
It was as a ahue huge task to undertake the thecure thec thecure
cure c re of such a aba bad cnde ri ac c of kidney dis disease d8eUBe d4eease ¬
ease as astbat that of orc C F Collier of Chero Cherokee Cheroltee Cherokee ¬
kee la but Electric Bitters did it He Hewrites Hewrltes Hewrites
writes My 1 kidneys were so far gone goneI
1 1 vould not sit on a chair without a acushion acushion acushion
cushion and suffered from dreadful dreadfulbnckache dreadfulbnukacheheadach dreadfulbnckacheheadach
bnckache bnukacheheadach headache and depression In InISIectric InJ5lectric In1leetric
ISIectric Bitters however I found a acure aC1re acure
cure C1re ana by them themw was s restored rEsto ed to per perZtct perftct perfut
fut health I recommend re ommond this great groattonic greattonIc greattonic
tonic medicine to all with weak kid kidneys kidlJe kidzie ¬
neys lJe liver or stomach Guaranteed GuaranteedPrice GuaranteedPrice GuaranteedPrice
Price 50c Z C M 1 I drug department departmentCommercial depaltmentrm departmentCommercial
rm c cCommerclnl
Commercial CNtevlcmal N figal bunk savings savingsdepartment salngsdepartment savingsdepartment
department Open for deposits Satur Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
day da from 7 to S p mi m TnThe
D c e elhe
i The Ladies Ladi Aidof Aid or the Central Chris Christian Cbristinn Christian
tian church will wUliv give an au oyster ofer supper supperm
m the cltiurch Urch parlors P TQ g corner Third ThirdEast ThhtiEast ThirdEast
East aiidi Fourth F ur South streets from fromS30
S30 30 to 8 830 0 p hi inkbr1day kbr1day Friday FtIaa Feb 17 A Acordial Acordial Acordial
cordial irivltatitih fs extended tended to all allThe
The ladies of the First M E church churchwill churchwill churchwill
will give a cake sale at Hendersons Hendersonsstore Hender Hendersonsstore ous oustore
store on next Saturday beginning at atlO3Q
1030
CALVIN TAKES CHARGE CHARGEAssumes CHA CHARGEAssumes RGE RGEAssumes
Assumes Control C ntroj as asGeneral General Manager Managerof
of the Southern Pacific PacificBancroft PacificBancroft PacificBancroft
Bancroft Coming ComingSan ComingSan
San Francisco Feb 11 nE E E Cal Calvin Culin Ca11n ¬
vin in the new general manager of the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific company arrived here heretoday heretoda heretoday
today toda and was introduced to thejicads thejicadsof
of the various departments of the com company coman cornpany ¬
pany an here He had nothing to t say for forpublication forlublicaUon forFubUcatlon
publication except that he was here hereand hereand hersand
and expected to stay stayHe stayHe stayHe
He is the youngest man that has ever everbeen everbeen everbeen
been in charge of the Southern Pacific Pacificbeing Pacificbeing Pacificbeing
being younger than Mr 1r Markham by bytwo bytwo
two years He will soon be joined by bybis bybin b bhIs
hIs family familyW famU famUW
W H Bancroft who has been acting actingas
as the general manager will leave this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening for Salt Lake City and ex expects expeets cxpects ¬
pects to return here about the end of ofnext orUext t tnext
next week He will then go 0 to Los LosAngoles L LoszigG1ea s sAngoles
Angoles zigG1ea oa business connected with withtha wIthth withthe
the th railroad and the opinion is ex exrressed exr oxrzesed
rressed r sed that he e will while hUe in the thesouthern theso thesouthern
southern so thern city meet the officials of the theSan theSun theSan
San Pedro LOB Angeles Iseles 8 Salt Lake LakeKailway LakiRaUw LaI i iRailway =
RaUw Railway y company with reference to toconnections toconn toconnctlos
connections conn ct1oos and other matters mattersthis J 1IlttersI
I qm sorry I aD leaving he said saidthis saidthis
this morning but all my nn interests are arein urein areIn
in Salt Lakeand Luke and I havePto l1ftv to go I have havethe havethe havethe
the Oregon Ore on Short Line in pretty prtl good goodshape goodsbnpe goodihape
shape nQw and that gives me time to toattend toattfnd toattend I
attend to other mutttrs for the rafl raflroad ranroad raflroad
road
I ao aoEXPERT
EXPERT KODAK FINISHING FINISHINGHarry FINISHINGHarrShip FINISHINGHarry
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Harry HarrShip Shlpler Shipler er Commercial Pho Photographer Photographer Photographer ¬
tographer 151 1 l So Main Phone 2825 1C 1CThere 1CThere
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There is I more mdro Catarrh In this thi8s section n cton of ofthe I Ithe
the country conntnUlan than all other diseases rJlsQ < tQS put puttogether puttogetlror puttogether
together and until the last lai t few years ears was wassupposed wassupposed wassupposed
supposed to be incurable For a great greatmany treatman greattninny
many man years doctors pronounced It a local localdisease localdisease j i I
disease and prescribed local remedies and andby andby andby
by constantly failing to euro with local localtrE localtreatment i itreatment
treatment trE > atment pronounced it Incurable IncurableScience IpurabJeScience incurableScience i
Science has proven catarrh to be a consti constitutional constltutional i itutional I I
tutional disease and therefore requires rPQulreconstitutional requireseonstltuUonal i iconstitutional I
constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh CatarrhCure eatnrrhCUre CatarrliCure
Cure manufactured by F J J Chney ChneyCo
Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu constitutional constltutional
tional cure on the market It is taken takeninternally takeninternally takeninternally
internally in doses from 10 drops to tt a tea teaspoonful teaspoonful teaspoonful
spoonful It acts directly on th the blood and andmucous andmUCOUS andmucous
mucous surfaces of the system They offer offerone ofterone offerone
one hundred dollars for any case cas it falls fallsto faUsto fallsto
to cure Send for circulars and testimo testimonials testlmo1l1als testimonials ¬
nials Address AddressF Add SS SSF
F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio OhioSold OhIoSold OhioSold
Sold by Druggists TEc TEcTake 7icTake 7ccTake
Take Halls Family Famn Pills for fo constipa constipation constipatirni
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KANSAS WILLHAVE WILUHAVEGRIP WILLHAVEGRIP WILLHAVEGRIP
GRIP ON RAILWAYS RAILWAYSTopeka RAILWAYSTopeka
Topeka Feb 11 llThe The administration administrationforces admhUstrotionforces admiiIistraionforces
forces today agreed a eed to the Garvar Garvarrailroad GartrratIroad Garverrailroad
railroad bill and a compromise has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been affected between the house and andsenate andsenate andsenate
senate Th The principal rJnclpal point Is that the theprevious thelrevious thefrevious
previous bill ef f Plumb of Lyon coun county count county ¬
ty t was obnoxious to the governor and andSpeaker andSpeeker andSpeaker
Speaker Stubbs The present bill Is Isformulated isformulated Isformulated
formulated by T F qarver of To Topeka Topeka Topeka ¬
peka It Is patterned after the Iowa Iovalaw Iowalaw Iowalaw
law and allows the tb e commissioners the theright theright
right to tic rates ratesIt ratesIt ratesIt
It is now considered that the state staterefinery staterefineo staterefinery I
refinery bill Ul will puss the house with without wIthout wIthout ¬
out trouble Members who were op opposed opposed ¬ 1 1posed
posed to t > the bill have grown so mad at atthe atthe atthe
the company turning down Kansas that thatit thalit
it Is proposed to bury the Standara StandaraOil StandaM StaadatlOil I
Oil company as far as Kansas is con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned
11 IS ISHAD
HAD YELLOW FEVER FEVERNew FEVERNew
New York Feb 11 nFrank Frank Bill a asailor nosailor asuilor I
sailor on the steamer Orizaba who was wasremoved wasremoved wasremoved
removed as a suspicious case to the theSwinburne I I
Swinburne Island hospital on the ar arrival arrival i irhal
rival of the steamer yesterday from fromColon fromColon
09100 Colon was found today toda to be suffering sufferingfrom sufferfnfrom sufferingfrom
from yellow fever feverTo teveri
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To photograph anything Harry Shlp Shlpler Shlpler Shipicr
ler Commercial Photographer 151 So SoMain SoMain
Main Phone 225 K KIT ICIT
IT CURED THE DOCTOR DOCTORNew DOCTORNew I INe I
New Ne Scientific Dandruff Treatment t Rec Recommended R Recommended ¬
ommended d by b a Physician PhysicianMrs I ItIN
Mrs Mary C Crawford Oakesdale OakesdaleWash OakesdaleWash
Wash uHerPJclde Herpicide cured me perfectly perfectlyof
of dandruff and falling hair hairDr hairDr I
Dr E J T Beardsloy Champaign 111 IllI
I used Herpicide H rJlclde for dandruff and fnll i iiug
big hair and I am well satisfied with the I
result resultAlf resultAll
Alf R Kelly Key 2195 Desadero Desa ero street stre t San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco HerpIcWe put ut a new growth growthI
of f hair on my head Herpicide does more morethan
than is ili claim clnhnedf clalmed clalmedHerpicide adj
Herpicide kills the dandruff dan ruC germ De
the educe c use you OU remove the effect effectcures effectcures
cures dandruff falling hair and pre prevents prevents ¬
vents ent3 baldness Sold by leading leadln drug druggists ¬
gists Send lOc in stamps for sample to toTh toTh
Th rhq y Herpiclde Co Detroit Mich I
WHAT THE MINISTER 1flINISTE SAYS S YS f fIs t tIs jIs
Is Most Convincing ConvincingMpHKht
1 MpHKht I would W4 write W4lu you what wha11
Fyrajnlu P TaJ11f lu Pile Cure bas do done fitr me mehad 1
had a most asxravntMl CM CABe s of bl blIng blJng bleed < <
lug piles indeed I dreaded wh whea H I hud te tcgo tegoto tegoto
go goto to stool One fifty n 4H sent nt boa wurd red me
1 feel like a new man I have recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended it to others a sa betas the most mostwonderful moftndfrful mostwonderful
wonderful ndfrful remedy remed known It is IBIA4etd IBIA4etda i Indeed Indeeda
a great blessing ble ift to autferl auffertag u fieri e = ktmuuiity kUIRudtYou
You are at liberty to t use u e this far nil it ia iaworth 13worth isworth
worth and I hope it may do gOod Rev RevW R4VE RevW
W E Carr 355 3 Ko o Holbrook St Dan Danvilic DanvUle Danrifle
rifle Va VaClergyman VsClergymen s sClergI11en
Clergyman like Ilk all prefcseteMai pre men menwho It1nwho menwho
who lead dentarr aeden atT lives nre re e eHfwciaUv eHfwciaUvaddicted pec1allyaddicted cIa1t cIa1taddicted
addicted to plies in various forma and andare ant antare andare
are continually on the lookout for torreme a aremedy < i iremedy
remedy reme which will give relief with little littleor littleor
or no idea of obtain ohtalnlR IBP a cure I IRecognizing t tRecognizing IRecognizing
Recognizing this fact Rev Jtr fr Carr Carrconsents Carrconsents Carrconsents
consents to the USe of his name in ord orothnt orcbr orcbrthat < r rthat
that other sufferers may know there w wa HIa Iaa
a cure called 1ed Pyramid P Pile Cure whloli
is I sold by druggists everywhere veryw re f far c the th < 1
low price of fitly eenttt II < t packe pIMQa < soil aitOwhich 811 soilwhich < 1 1wbkh
which will brIng about for every one OR af afflicted Kft1icted affllcted ¬
flicted with piles iiIIe IIE8 the same beneficialresults beneficial beneficialresults
results as asJn in his own c case se B Be r careful to toaccept tnac t
accept ac ept no substitutes anti remember rememberthat remembfrthat rememberthat
that there is no remedy rtmed just ate good goodA
A little book describing de8Crlbl the causes eaizs and andcure andcure nd ndcure
cure of piles pUt > 8 is i published by b Pyramid PyramidDrug P PramiilDrug rm rmDrug
Drug Co Marshall Mich and will m be bei b bStnt besent
i sent free for the asking u kln All sufferers atuff t8 are areadvised artadyJsed ar aradvised
advised to write for it as it cnntaini cnntainivaluable eenttnivaluable fntalnlvaJuable
valuable information on the subject subj > ct o oplies ef f fJIIES
plies IIes
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Are Ar not always obtainable When Whenyou Whenyou
you come to us your eyes are aretested aretested aretested
tested free then correctly CQrrectl fitted fittedwith fittedwith tted ttedwith
with a pair of OUR OWN OWNMAKE OV OVJAKE OWNMAKE
MAKE GLASSES and are war warranted warranted warrantedto ¬
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than some accounts weve we ve collected collectedand and its no wiser than we weare weare weare
are in getting geiting the money We can deliver the goods right side sideup sideup sideup
up Collectingbills Collecting bills good bad or indifferent and remitting the thecollection thecollection thecollection
collection promptly is where we e have the center of the stage stageWeve stageWe stageWeve
Weve We ve got the paper to prove it itWell itWell itWell
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SEVEN DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE IN INLADIES INLArlES INI
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