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_ *EW YORK SOCIETY READY TO WELCOME PRINCE*.
(Above Prince Henry; at left Prince Christian' Below the Grand Duchew Charlotte). * 'TuD.e 9_Sor,e:> *» »U aGuter in anticipating the arrival In o*r.c. °f l*0 r"*1 *‘VP 0<,rman Prince.. The voung men are cTrmen S .‘"’V'1 tb# vrU,,,t‘r dreadnought Mo!tke. the flagship of the Imperial wh^h w mqU*<1<r0n’ Whirh * n°* payln* a vl*‘t to the United S’ate. and mo . frul*'.up th* roa»t from Washington, arriving in New York Sun wJtable •«tehJs"efmem ,K °f ’ht 0<frn,an r°>al,y- who are considered Henrv of £ h i LJ"0 h2? W!,h marrlagable daubhters. are Prince old and ho,“h T"? <?hrla,,an of "rsee K*.h 1. twenty four years fllvortf .on Of (ra >, *,B ‘”V* wUh ,he,r calling Prince Henrv Is the favorite eon of the Grand Duchess Charlotte of Mecklenberg Scbwerir.. SCIENTISTS PLAN RED HENS’ EGGS Experiment* Being Made in England to Alter Color of Fowl*' Product. LONDON, June IS.-—The imagin ative eiperimenters who control the • Cambridge school of agriculture are now engaged in the Interesting en deavor to make hens lay red egg*. There Is always the best market for hen* eggs which are of the richest red brown, a color that t* natural to the eggs of several varieties. Cnfortunately, tho n.>»t prolific layers will not follow rhe fashion, with the result that the egg* of the different var.eties, for example, leg. horn* and buff*, have a quite different market value The Cambridge ' Mendellan*'' hope that they will be able to produce at will a brown egg laying hen of pro lific habit, just as they have produced a crong ru»t resisting w-y.-at of high yield, by working on this curious law of Mendel ll * , by selection of the •parent*" and then of itr'nn of the “offspring" to he "parent*" in turn | Law Work* Wall on Men*. Hen* have so far proved admirable example* of the working of the law In respect lif single ;md double < "mb*. • nd in respect of c - or. they are per fertly nbfd ept 10 the propie scienti fic principle They behave" a* they ought, to use the technl>*l verb Why should not the eggs behave equally not le** well than the feath er* and th» comb’ There at*" I* the •ubal-llary ntm tl«n of food good ranarv bredcr can make *h* birds the right *«bor, nrerelv by the rlah' seleciori ef foods H* can a* will m.iks .1 Norwich tan ary orange nr a builflm h black. Sun tlarly It may 1>e possible to altar tha * kk color Kv fwl ns weff 113 by he reditary influ. nee. If mustard, as has been latetv proved, makes hen* lay bettch. why should not colchlcum or what not make them lay more profitable eggs.' Rome day. perhaps. 1 ’ambridge will achieve the poultryman's Ideal of a h.-n thnt lava per annum ISO two '•unce egg*. So one will then say that Fmrllah universities arc not prac tical, or even commercial. Outergarments for Children. Many novelties for fall are being shown In csitergarments for children, tut Well a* practical garments for rough and rendy wear, spy* the Hry Good* Kxamlner Tb» Robespierre collar has Invaded this field, and makes a pretty neck finish which promises to meet with considerable success. These collars are usually finished with a restee so as not to have a low neck opening, .which Is very undesirable during cold weather Fancy collars of all kinds are again In evidence. Inclurdlng the sailor in various shapes The Norfolk, which was such a success this spring, t* again being taken In large quantities _J_| I CIGARETTES BARRED FROM W VA. TOWN Hpe. Ia| to The Intelligencer. | I*A RSI>SH. \V Vs.. June | I* The town of P»r»nn« ha* l.«rr«-d the cigarette from | within Its herder*, and here- | after It will be a mlsdemean- | or to have or dispose of the I festive nail. The «Ity has a | mayr and is planning a rig- [ Id etiforcem- nt of the law. The mayor la Rev, T. J. i Hldtsl. and wr.s choaen a» a 1 fourth election, the men pre- I vlouelv named each decltn- ! Ins the honor. I_I I I ‘ COUPLE DROWN 7 ON HONEYMOON BOATFl’LL OF PICNICKERS I’PSET IN LAKE ERIE __ All Rebelled Save Two—Bodies of Bride and Groom Are Recovered. ERIE. Pa.. June II—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clune. former resident of title city and Titusville, here on their honeymoon, met death In the first drowning accident of the season on Presque Isle Bay today. Two boat , loads of people were going to a pic nic on the peninsula when one of the little boats containing Mr und Mrs | Clune. Mr. and Mr*. Cartwright, of ! Tituavillp, and Edward Nunn, vti overturned In the middle of the bay. Mr. and Mr*. Cartwright and Edward Nunn were able to swim to the oter turned boet. but Mr. and Mrs Clune went to the bottom snd all efforts to rescue them was In vain. The other bout, which waa at that time over crowded. rowed to the shore as quick ly as possible and an hour later It return to he scene of the drowning and picked up the three survivors. 1 who were clinging to the overturned rowboat. Harbor Master Jordon and two saliora from the Wolverine dragged all morning In an effort to find the bodies, but they were not success ful until 2:30 ©clock thin afternoon, when the sailors picked up the re mains of Mr. Clune r.na 30 minutes later with the assistance of a divine apparatus, Jordon was able to secure 1 the body of Mrs Clune. The young I people who lost their lives were mar- ' tied In Titusville a few weeks ago i PLATFORMS (CoaUnnW from rtrat Va**.) Place In both, and both Indorse the principle of a tariff commission. Tho friends of Mr. Roosevelt, however, go ; to some pains to make it appear that the present tariff board does not come up to the requirements. They would hnve the commission determine, not only the cost of the production of manufactured articles, but would have It undertake to ascertain the share of profits going to labor. The Taft adherents declare for further revision, but would have It wait upon the Investigations of the tariff board. Th / condemn the pres ent effortA of the Democratic Mouse of Representatives to change this tariff as unwise and unscientific, de claring Ita result an unnecessary dis turbance of business along tindeslr i able lines So decision has been | j reached as to whether there shall be Ian explicit declaration for a cut In i the rate, but the Indications are that | there win be such a declaration re j gardtng articles found by the tariff j board to be subject to unnecessarily high duties Probably there will be no pronouncement on reciprocity I Both Would Cure monopoly. There also will be dual declarations , In favor of legislation to curb mon-! i opoljr. The Taft people favor the -e 1 fentlnn of the Sherman anti • rust law. ; but would Uilld on It so as to de flue Its operailons and at the sam ! time give the general public the bene I I fit of Its protecting effect The' Rcoseveltlans will treat the subject ' along somewhat different lines. esp»-1 | daily emphasizing the necessity of regulating the operations of the large j corporations The Roosevelt people I will press well to the front the sub ject of popular government, declaring In favor of all the Instruments tend i Ing In that direction, whether they be primary elections. the election of; Vnlted States senators by direct rote of the people, the Initiative, the refer endum and the recall. The fact will be recognised, however, that many of these agencies can be employed only In the government of the states, and In such cases the platform will sped flratly refer them to the various com munities for local determination \ female suffrage plank Is one or thn new features of the Roosevelt declar ation. The Initiative and referendum will : not he touched npnn bv the Taft doc ument. hnt the reeall w|) he flatly de nounced ss calculated to undermine the stability of government Especial declaration will he made for the jto i feet ton of the Judiciary and the main tenance of order and the cnorcement | of law I WEDDING POSTPONED IPOR OVER TWO YEARS Specie! fispatch to the Intelligencer ORAPTtiX. W. V. June 1*.—An odd t c*se has Just come in light here In j *he marrtsg* of Prank .V. Milter, aged I 37. gnd Killian llannlgan. sped ja. by ! . the H»v. Flanagan. It app-ars that the enttph had s> cured the marriage license January 7». It!A. and Went to housekeeping under the impression . that a wedding wes urncc»ea*r> An Investigation rnaulted In Ihe degv-4 ri*rffn«»ny. 1 _ $$$$$$$$ $ - $ $’ $ $ $ $ l SaVe MoneyII* $ ON- , ' $ $ Hardwood, Galvanized Lined, 50 lbs. Ice Hard Wood, Porcelain Lined, 125 lbs. Ice CD Capacity, was $15.75, now.$14.18 Capacity, was $42.00 now.$37.80 Hard Wood, Galvanized Lined, 75 lbs. Ice Hard Wood, Porcelain Lined, 150 lbs. Ice $ Capacity, was S15.00, now.$13.50 • Capacity, was $44.10, now.$3969 Hardwood, Galvanized Lined, 100 lbs. Ice Hard Wood, Porcelain Lined, 200 lbs. Ice CD Capacity, was $16.95, now.$15.26 Capacity, was $50.40, now.$45.36 k^ Hard Wood, Galvanized Lined, 150 lbs. Ice Hard Wood, Glass Lined, 1225 lbs. Ice Ca $ Capacity, was $23.63, now.$21.27 pacity, was $34.65, now.$31.19 Hard W’ood, Porcelain Lined, 100 lbs. Ice Hardwood, Glass Lined, 100 lbs. Ice Ca- CD Capacity, was $26.75, now. $24.08 pacity, was $48.60, now.$43.74 $ Extra Special! $ Hard Wood, Galvanized Lined, 80 lbs. Capacity, was $20.00, now.$13.99 ' ^ Hardwood, Glass Lined, 150 lbs. Ice Capacity, was $75.00, now.$66.90 Porcelain Lined Inside and Out, 200 lbs. Ice Capacity, was $121.00, now.$99.99 (Cl This week only! Buy early before stock is picked over. s Geo. . W Johnson’s Sons Co. $ $ 1210 Main Street 3 Doors South of 12th (jj $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $ ACTRESS SHOOTS LOVER; JHSSAPEARS Madamoigelie Louise Log«r, Who Was Spurned. Csnnot Now Be Found. PARIS, June 16.—Mile. Louise Lo ger, an actress at the Varieties, whose vocation was comedy on the stage, showed a preference for tragedy In real life by firing two shota at her lover and then disappearing. Her lover was a musical amateur, twenty three years old. The pretty creole. Mile. Ixjger, had caught his "fancy on the stage of the Varieties For eight een months the two were on excellent terms But hla ideas suddenly changed, or perhaps he became too absorbed In hts music. At any rate, he Informed Mile. Louise larger that all »a» up between them, and that he would not see her any more. To prove that, he moved from where he had be- ii living and took up new quar ters. x » The pretty actress managed to dis cover him and Itir<*d him to her flat on the statement that she had iom-> thing very important to tell him. As f>on as he was Inside her door, she threw herself at his knows and im plored him not to leave her. saving: “Life will he no longer worth living, and J will throw myself Into the Seine," The musician was very sorry, but he said, “I have made up my mind, .Idralsw; we must each go our own way. You will not see me any more ” l»tfs Wot In Danger. ’ Is It really so*" ahe asked plaintive Iv •■Yea.' rr plied the aiern lexer 'Then L will kill you." eeld the pretty actress who suddenly gred at him and lh«n »e.| The reporta of the diminu tive firearm were heard by some other ptopis in the houae They ruehed to ec room and found the younr man Mradlng and In a faint They laid him on the bed. and be waa afterward Cun x-ved to a hnepitgl ille wounda were examined, and thoush one of the btil leta had struck him nasr the temple, the wound waa not dangerous It bulged just under *he scalp and had hxrelv grused the hone Another bul let had lodged In tha arm. near the elmulder noth bullets have bean ex *i«c|ed with ease and the young man s life le notin danrar lie will leave the hoanttal In a few days Mile txiger left n note on her fable to esy that ahe waa going to commit suicide Whs has hsetj searched for In 'liflerent pta< ee god not dlscoxered Itut It Is not believed thgt she carried out her threat of ae|f-4eatructien With tliw t-xaalbla exception of bar frngus. a woman cap usually bold her own. 20 DIE IN WRECK — Awful Aec<dsnt Whin Swedish Trains Crash—No Americans on tho Train. UNKOBPINQ. Sweden June 1«.— Twenty persona were killed and six teen Injured In a collision last night between a mall train proceeding to Stockholm an<l a freight thaln at Malmsleet station. Among the vic tims was a daughter of the late Aug I uste Strindberg, the novelist. There were no Americans Injured. BARBARIZING OF THE AIR. Baeonsss von Suttner Protests Against Military Air Fleets. VIENNA. June Id.—Baroness von Ruttnrr, the peace advocate, who will start for New York on Monday, has Issued a printed protest against the I , ‘ barbarizing of tlie air" by military; air fleets She appeals to the nations In the name of common sense and mercy and In the name of human ge nius, higher civilization and nod to | call a conference of the pow'ers to renew The Hague agreement prohib I Ittng aerial war engines, at least to the eztent of dropping explosives. Her appeal Is signed by many prominent1 people. Baroness von 8uttner emphasize* ] the fact that tbe tremendous rivalry! for the creation of immense air fleets , la of a wholly military purpose She ! pictures the devastation which would be caused by the extension of the war zone to the land, sea and air with dr a- ) matic Intensity. Xormftl Alumni Biset. kperi,.1 lospafch to 1 e Intelltrenrer. FAIRMoNT. W Va. June li—Tbs, forty-first annual commencement e«er- • claee of the Fairmont State Normal I school closed Saturday witn the election ] of oflcera of the Alumni Association of tht school. The offt. eta alerted for ths ensuing year follow: President. lion It U Butcher. II; j first vice president. Justice F. S Amos. ‘77; second vice president. A T Wilmoth,. ’•1; third vice president. C E. Tvumh- j ley, '»* fourth vice president. John C. | Bond 't»l; fifth vice president, '‘srl law. eon. 'll, corresponding secretary. Jehn «' Kinney. Jr. •». recording secretary. Miss Tooio Moors, It, treasurer, Ouy M. Matthews. *10. , - . ■ .... TOUT* DZOirn *AT*y*0 I* KAAAWXA special Ideputrh to tho Intelltaenrar CH A HI. EATON W. VA. June l(—Ed ward Branrn, aged 14. waa drowned white hath ng In tbs Kanawha river hare thie afternoon I STATE DEATHSl Stuck Obsequies. Special Dispatch to tpe Inter. I tracer. FAIRMAN’T, W. Va. Juna 18.— Funeral services were held today over tha remains of Samuel Stuck, aged 86 years, whose death occurred on Friday at Xew England. For slx ty-two years he was employed at the Vat eon- Plerpont Coal Co. plant. Three sons survive. Adam J. Camp Dead. Special Dispatch to t.ie intelligencer. MORGAN*TOWN, W. Va. Juna 1«.— Adam J Camp, aged 68 years, died at the home of hts slater. Mrs. Mar lon 1 Aughltn. near Harmony Grot©. Ho was a veteran of the Civil War. Rev. Geo. Kinsey of Mannlngton con ducted the funeral. Jarrett Obeequias. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. GKAFTOX*. W. Va. June 18.—Dr. Ataalom Morris Jarrett, one of the city’s widely known dentists, whose death occurred Friday, will he burled from the Ftesbyterian church tomor row. The Masons will be In charge. The deceased was 72 years of age. ar.d leaves j» wife and th» following children: 'lauds Lee. wife of H. f>. Wilson of Parkersburg. Hanson a.. practicing dentistry at Harnsville. Waldo H., at home, and M. Dwight Jarrett. FATAL FIRE In Bos'on Causes Immense Loss— Firemen Overcome by the Smoke. BUFFALO. N. Y.. June IS. — One man was fatally hurt, fifteen firemen were overcome by smogs and prop erty valued at $175,000 was destroyed in a double (Ire here early to-day. The loan In Taylor # (’rates lumber yard, where the fire began. «sa SlOd.Ont). The R ■, ire Heef and Provision < « '* warehouse, four blocks away, where fire broke out at the same time, was destroyed, also several small bouses, wtth a total loss of $75.000., A Jealous woman enables his As tanlc majesty to lake a vacation now and then If ions people have any good In 1 them they evidently keep It bottled up pretty tight PLATFORM Proposed for Domocrata Would Elimb nata All Sava "White People" From Country. BALTIMORE, Md., June 16.— United States Senator Newlands of Nevada, has drafted a platform which he desires adopted by the Baltimore convention. He conferred with Chair man Mack, who Informed the Nevada Senator that his tentative platform should be submitted to the committee on resolut ions. One plank of Senator Newlands' tentative platform declared that the "Constitution should be so amended as to confine the right of suffrage In the future to people of the white race." and the favoring of a law "Pro hiblting the immigration to this coun try of all people other than those of the white race, except for temporary purposes of education, travel and commerce." H^Nriquarters for Governor Wilson, of New Jersey, and Speaker Clark are to be opened to-morrow. Leaders of the Clark and Wilson forces reached here to-day and prepared to set up their camps and arrange plana to capture arriving delegations. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. All the world loves a cneerful flab terer. Many a man looks like a statesman who Is not guilty. The man who has something to null Is always an optimist. When a man's conscience troubles him he thinks be has Indlgeatlon. The woman who powders looks with contempt upon the one who paints. One way to Insult a man who of fers you a Job lot of free advieo is not to take lb A pretty girl Is apt to remind a man of a hew—suggesting either honey or a sting. Always let your wife buy your tlee. Rhe knows Just the kind that wllj queer yt*.i with other women. The most Important part of a man's postscript Is the letter. With a wo man It's the other way round I’crii s • 'here Is no marriage In heaven because the angels know bet ter. Little left Must Have .His Little Joke jg X By “Bud” Fisher , 6** *•**« * UTT** **o~\ <r | 0«*? 1 M»T 1«4Tt.*t*f, x« I * “» t# CflM* MMQ«( m,|T i* **• 'N CfMTfc*,^ '«»« ’■►•e Tik, I */ 'WCnMY H0' ",’>V't "'LL ^ I * ®Wt Ttt • Pint I'LL »k.» O* , / >"« UWAAI / ,7* UA*«t> <iO A%Noft.€ _ | #V> TT