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VOL VIII NO 91 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY HATURDAYMORNING MORNING APRIL 151905 15 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS CEN S
ADMIRALTY J9MIRALTYPLLASD J9MIRALTYPLLASDwITUROJLSTVNSKY PLtASED PUASEDWIT PLtASEDWITH
WITH WIT wITUROJLSTVNSKY wITUROJLSTVNSKYMuch ROJESTVENSKY ROJESTVENSKYMuch
Much Satisfaction Expressed at atfloId Bold Boldi Direct DirectManner DirectIWanner DircctiWanner
IWanner fn inWh Which ch Ho is Carrying CarryingOut Crryin6Out CarryingOut
Out His Plans
REPORT OF BATTLE BATTLEDENIED BATTLEDENIED BATTUDENIED
DENIED AT TOKIO TOKIORussian TOKIORussian TOKIORussian
Russian Hospital HospitaiShip HospitaiShipOrci Ship ShipOre ShipOrel
Ore Orel Has Many ManyWounded ManyWoundOd I
Wounded Men MenOn MenOn Monon
On Board BoardCRUISER SoardCRUISER GoardaCRUISER
CRUISER RALEIGH HAS SAILED SAILEDFROM SAILEDFROM SAILEDFROM
FROM LABUAN LABUANTHE THE TRIAL OF OFSTOESSEL OFSTOESSEL OFSTOESSEL
STOESSEL BEGUN YESTERDAY YESTERDAYCRISIS YESTERDAYICRISIS YESTERDAYCRISIS
CRISIS EXPECTED IN RUSSIA RUSSIAANDAPEALS R RUSSIAANDAPEALS
ANDAPEALS APEALS POUR IN FOR MILl MILITARYPROTECTION MILlTARYPROTECTION MILlTARY ¬
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TARYPROTECTION TARYPROTECTIONBv TARY PROTECTION PROTECTIONBy I II IBy I I
By Associated Press
ct s Piersburg April 14 HThe The ad adrny
mriry rny is i pleased with the action of ofiTvensky ofRl5lnsk ofR
Rl5lnsk R iTvensky Much satisfaction and andlnion andILraion andzr3ion
ILraion lnion is expressed in naval cir cirs
the bold direct manner in inV inwh
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No Engagement EngagementTofcio
Tofcio April 14 HThe The naval depart departcat
or a aatal al aI
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atal l engagement off ot Saigon to be un unWounded undld nflcd
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Wounded Russians RussiansManila RussIansJnila Russiansnila
Manila nila April 14 HRear Rear Admiral Admiral7ij AdmiralJ
7ij J in command of thefleet the fleet in Asi AsiL Asiwaters Asivaters
L waters received receiv d a telegram t at 3 3uk 3k 31c
uk 1c k this afternoon from Saigon Saigoncapital SaigonC3pital Saigoncipltal
capital and principal port of ofpVu ofr ofi
pVu r i Cochin China reporting the thei 1r 1rhere r ra >
i here of the Russian hospital hospitalp hospitalOrel
p > Orel at 3 oclock on the morning morningt
t Ar r 13 The Orel had many manyw manymen
w 1 Jed ed men On board boardA ljoardrltch
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f iao la go o Daily Dan News from its cor cornz cart
nz c t at Saigon said Rojest RojestKJS Roje < t tI I
KJS I h s hospital ship here Wednes WednesHiSfct Wedncsht
HiSfct ht to t take on board b ard provisions provisionsanJ provisionad
anJ medicines It will leave leaveay
ay a a at midday to rejoin the main mainr mainIiIion
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v i IiIion = nion was made madep pi of wounded woundedr
r 03 ooard XJ rd this ship shipRaleigh shipRaleigh shipRaleigh
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IcSLod rzi fd States cruiser Raleigh Raleighnnhwarll Raleighi
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Stoesse Not Condemned CondemnedP
i > P < rsburg burg April 14 HThere There is isin isin Isin
in thereport th the report from Cracoal Cracoalirant Cracoall Cracoaltant
irant l ant General Stoessel had hadriiinned hadlmned
riiinned 1 mued to death by the com comrintecl cornIifltCd
2 pointed to inquire into theI the theof
I of Port Arthur His trial trialan trialan trialgan
gan an today todayThe todayThe todayThe i
The Japs J lpS Notification Notificationn
n f r S r sburg urg April 14 HDispatch HDispatchWashington 14DispatchWashington Dispatch DispatchWashington
Washington showing that thatT
S T T r ally a11 notified the United Uniteda Unitedthe
a a z the rupture with Russia Russiaat
< at no act of hostility would wouldl
11 1 after a formal declara declarahad declarahlll declarahal
had been made whereas whereasroke whereasroke ivhereasroke
roke out February FcbruaI 8 and andi andof
i m of war was wa not formal formalntil formalntil formalnti1
< ntil February 10 attract attracton attracthere
on here Although the thearrived theJricd thearivCd
arrived too late for news newsat
SS at this morning there is isspeculation Isspeculation Isspeculation
speculation as to the thepublication thellUhlication thepublication
publication of the state statetime stateimc statea stateirne
time It is regarded as asmanifestation aslIifestatfontowards as2I1ifestat1on
a manifestation lIifestatfontowards towards Rus Rusrart Jlusrart
5 S rart of the United States Statesns Statesalways
1 ns n always contended that thatni
0 ni II that M Kurino formerJister former formernistcr
0 nistcr Ster at St Petersburg Petersburgi Petersburglinister
i 1 Minister Lamsdorf Lamsdorfwh when whenfio whennote n nt
t fio 1 > note severing diplo diploi
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t S a af the rupture was only onlyave onlya OnlYzave
ave a Russia no reason to toan toattack
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I 5 P int to a crisis in the theI
I i cz a aiin ai iin among amon the workmen workmenc
c and al the peasants in the theM thej
S j M My Y > day and appealsare appealsaref appeals are areq
f fr3J < IJ1 all quarters of Russia RussiaProtection Russiaotection Russiaotectjon
> Protection The St Pe Penien Pemen PcS
S men are preparing a aration al arat1on
l < ration Arms and bombs bombsiies b bombshave mbs mbsco
co do iies es have been smug smug3r
fJ 3r j jlnr I Lc1hed J shed h e d on a large scale scaleP
L 1 L eath ealhy persons who ordl ordlI ordiXc
01iias ° 1 I as on the th Islands lands of ofV oro
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7 are going abroadk abroadrnnen
k rnnen nen en has taken few special specialrnct
fs f o mofr m thesituation th the es situation It uation evi evir
2 r f lns n nJ nOJ 01 the troops and police policeQe Poll policet2 e
Qe eX J te 1 C2piai cO w S pn Pltai a 1 The latter are areug ar3t ar3trf aretVP
ug t artv trf < > All the th prominent prominentt prom Dent Dentc
t c L ap a Jmg Jng arrested arre3tedor or have havebto haehtrJ havettt
bto ttt 0 un a sent back to the villages villagesa villagesazT
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By Associated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago April 14 HAmore 14A A more hopeful hopefuloutlook hopefuloutlook hopefuloutlook
outlook for settlement of the Mont Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery ¬
gomery Ward teamsters and garment garmentworkers garmentworkers garmentworkers
workers strike developed today tcH a La Labor L Lbor Labor ¬
bor leaders ana an an analtomey attorney represent representing ¬
ing the employing tailors association associationheld asso associationheld Iatfon Iatfonheld
held a conference with Mayor Dunne Dunneand Dunneand Dunneand
stated that thatMontgomery thattfontgomery thatontgomery
and as a a result it was
Montgomery Ward Co were We e willing willingto
to take back the striking garment garmentworkers garmentworkers garmentworkers
workers The point upon which settle settlement settlement settlement ¬
ment would hinge was was the th basis upon
REMAINS OF OfPAJJL 01 PAUL JONES JONESDISCOVERED JON JONDISCOVERED 0
0 DISCOVERED IN FRANCE FRANCEBody fR FRANCE FRANCEBody NCE NCEBody
Body of Founder Fouderof of the American Navy Fully Fullyindentified FUllyIndentifiedby FullyIndentified
indentified Indentifiedby by Recognized d Experts ExpertsUpon ExpertsUpon
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Upon Such Matters
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HON ON J JE E GRADY GRADYPASSES PASSES PASSESTO PASSESTO
TO THE TUE6REAT GREAT BEYOND BEYONDWELL
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WELL KNOWN K OWNFLORIDIANEXPIRED FLORIDIAN EXPIRED AT HIS HISHOME HOME IN APALACHICO APALACHICOLA APALACHICOLA
LA THURSDAY THURSDAYNIGHTPROMINENT NIGHT NIGEITPROMINENT PROMINENT IN STATE POLITICS POLITICSFOR
0 FOR MANY YEARS t
Special Spe lat to The Journal
Tallahassee April 14 14Hon Hon H n John
E Grady of Apalachicola Ap lachlcola died there theresuddenly theresuddenly theresuddenly
suddenly last night He was promi prominent prom promnent promnent ¬
nent In state politics for many years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and was a presidential elector last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year yearMr
Mr Grady was a prominent mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant of Apalachicola Apalac lcola where wh rehe he was
born In August 1853 He received his hisearly hisearly hisearly
early education in his native city Ity and andentered andentered andentered
entered the themercanUle mercantile business in
1866 In 1884 he h established the firm firmof firmofJ firmof
of ofJ J E Grady Co and three years yearslater Jearslater yearslater
later became sole proprietor He was wasone wasone wasone
one of the largest real estate owners ownersin ownersIn ownersin
in that section of the state
By Associated Press PressSpriugvale PresSpr PressSpringvale
Spriugvale Spr Dgvale Maine April 14 HThe HThemainpoI1lon 14Themain The Themain
main mainpoI1lon portion of the business section sectionof
of Springvale together with many manydwellings manydwellingS manydwellings
dwellings was destroyed by fire to today today ¬
day Assistance sent by the iPortland iPortlandfire iPortlandfire Portlandfire
fire department arrived in time to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the entire village from being beingobliterated beingobliterated beingobliterated
obliterated In all thirtyfive buildings buildingswere buIldhigswere buildingswere
were burned No Jives were lost lostThe lostThe lostThe
The fire started start d in ina a boot bootand and shoe shoefactory shoeactoryownedby shoefactory
factory actoryownedby owned by the W R IL Usher UsherSon UsherSon UsherSon
Son Company Companyof of > f Newburyport Massand Mass Massand Massand
and spread rapidly to a group of ofwooden ofwooden ofwooden
wooden buildings in the vicinity The Thelocal Thelocal Thelocal
local fire fighting facilities were werewholly werewholly
wholly inadequate and for several
i Mr Ir Grady was elected to the legis legislature legislature legislature ¬
lature in 1883 and served one term termwith termwith termwith
with distinction declining reelection reelectionPresident reelectionPresident reelectionPresident
President Cleveland appointed him himcollector hImcollector himcollector
collector of the port of Apalachicola ApalachicolaIn
In 1895 for a four f ur years term termAs termAs termAs
As a member of the senate from theFifthdlstnct the theFifth theFifth
Fifth Fifthdlstnct district Mr Graay was one oneo oneothe of ofthe ofthe
the prominent figures in the session sessionof
of 1893 He was always prominent in inthe inthe Inthe
the work of building up his native nativecity natlvcity nativeCity
city and county for several years yearsserving yearsserving yearsserving
serving as president of the Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade of Apalachicola He was a aRoyal aRoyal aRoyal
Royal Arch Mason a K of jP and a amember amember amember
member of the Knights of Honor
Posse Still Searching SearchingFor Search SearchingFor ins insFor
For Sheriffs s Murderer
By Associated Press PressMemphis Wednesday It is reported that two twobrothers twoMemphis twoMemphis
Memphis April 14 14AdvIces Advices from fromSenatobla brothers bro hers Spencer by name have bar barricaded barSenatobia barSenatobla ¬
Senatobla Miss state that tfce e posse posseIs deaden themselves In a house near a acane ais aIs
Is still out Iri II an effort to apprehend apprehendthe cane brake and decline to surrender surrenderto surrenderthe surrenderthe
the members of the themobwho mob who shot and andkilled to the posse Several Severalalleg alleged d mem members memokilled memkilled ¬
killed Sheriff Sheri Pbag Poagat at the jail on bers of the gang have been arrested
Business Portion of 0 0J 0
1 Maine Town TownDestroyed1 Des Destroyed troye di
By Associated Associ ted Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York April 14 14FolloWilig Following FollowiIgare FollowiIgarethe are arethe arethe
the scores in In the principal jrfucipalbas baseball baseballgames baseballgames ball ballgames
games played laed today todayAmerican b tbdayAmerican > day dayAmerican
American Washington 2 2New 2New 2Ne
American League jr p
New Ne York 4r 4Phi1adelpbia3 4 Philadelphia Philad lpThla 3 Boston
hours bou Ih the Heroes were were1Ii In complete completecontroL
controL Aid was asked of ofPortlan Portland PortlandSanford PolanfSanford
Sanford Alfred and Rochester N Y Ybut Ybut Ybut I
but before sufficient help arrived arrivedmany arrivedmany arrivedmany
many of the largest buildings were wereleveled wereleveled wereleveled
leveled Besides the Usher factory factorythe factorythe
the structures destroyed were a vacant vacantshoe vacantshoe vacantshoe I
shoe factory formerly occupied by the theShaw theiSbaw theSliaw
Shaw Coding Go ing Company the Odd Felj Fel Fellows Fellows
lows block Western Union Telegraph Telegraphoffice Telegraphoffice Telegraphoffice
office New ew England Telephone exi exichange ex exchange exchange
change Tibbets hotel Masonic block blockcontaining blockcontaIning blockS blockScontaining
containing a dry goods goods store and res restaurant restaurantFolsom restaurant
taurant taurantFolsom Folsom Brothers furniture furniturestore furniturestore furniturestore
store and the drug stores of ofWIlUam ofWIlUamH William WilliamH
H Wood and C H Pierce The town townhall toWnhall towiiball
hall was damaged as also were the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches
Negro Will Be Lynched if ifNot ifNotTried
0 0Not Not NotTried Tried Immediately ImmediatelyBy
By Associated Press was arrested and placed In jalb jalbNashville jalbNashvf1le jaibNashvllle
Nashville April 14 l4A A dispatch A mob soon gathered and told the thefrom thefrom
from Verona Vero a Tenn says that Isom sheriff that If I the negro was not tried triedBoyd triedBoyd
Boyd a half witted negro met metAllen Allen at once ie would be lynched Judge JudgeReynolds JungeReynolds Ju ge geReynolds
Reynolds a ayoung young white whiteman man in the Richardson has the matter under ad adroad adroad adroad
road today took his gun gunantil and blew off visement and the mob Is now waiting waitingthe waitingthe waitingthe
the top of Reynoldss Reynoldsshaad head The negro on his decision
Hopeful HopeuOufook Outlook for forSettlement forSeftiement or orSettlelflent
Settlement of 0 Strike
which the garment workers would wouldbe wouldbetaken he hetaken betaken
taken back President Cornelius CorneliusP CorneliusPShea P PShea PShea
Shea of the teamsters union Presi PresldentDald President President ¬
dent dentDald Dold of the Chicago Federation Federationof
of Labor LaborandPresl and President ent P H Ricket Ricketof Rickelof Ricketof
of the germent workers represented representedthe
the strikers In the conference Attor Attorvney Attorney Attorney
ney Martin J Isaacs spoke for ortheem ortheemploying the em employing employing ¬
ploying tailors association asso iatlon After the theconference theconference theconference
conference which was preliminary preliminaryAttorney preliminaryAttorney preliminaryAttorney
Attorney Isaacs left to confer with the theemployers theemployers theemployers
employers previous to returning retur 1ingaga again againto Ii Iito
to the tii mayor
Baseball Basebl ll Scores in the thev theGames 0
v Games Played Yesterday
By Associated Press PressWashington P PWashington PresswashIngton
Washington April Apri114 14 14Over Orer ver the bit hltter bitter bltterprotest >
ter terprotest protest of Miss lss Susan Sus nB B Anthony Anthonythe AnthonytheNatioilaiCounc1lo Anthonythe
the theNatioilaiCounc1lo National Council of Women todayadopted today todayadopted todayadopted
adopted resolutions pledging pledg ng the or organization organizatlon organization ¬
ganization to toc cooperate perate wlthc with church churchand churchau1 lurch lurchana
and state to ascertain what whatare are the thechief thechief thechief
chief causes which lead todlvofc to todlvOrCeI divorce divorceI
I do not consider 41yorcean Jii dyorce orce an evil evUS evUtr vD
1 tr f fc 7 7Y
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2 Chicago 1 1St St Louis 2 Cleveland ClevelandDetroit ClevelandDetroit ClevelandDetroit
Detroit game postponed on account accoU lt of ofsnow ofsnow ofsnow
snow snowNational snowNational snowNational
National League New York 10 10Boston 10oston 10Boston
Boston 1 Brooklyn 8 Philadelphia PhUadelphia12Cinc1nnati 12 12Cincinnati 12Cincinnati
Cincinnati 4 Pittsburg 9 St Louis Lo s1 s1Chicago 1 1Chicago 1Chicago
Chicago 6
Women Will Willlnvestigale WilllnvestigaleCauses Investigate InvestigateCauses lnvestigaieCauses
Causes Leading adig to Divorce Divor
by any means asserted Miss An Anthony Anthony Anthony ¬
thony who was on her feet before thereading the thereading thereading
reading of the resolution had been beenconcluded beenconcluded beenconcluded
concluded It is lsjust just as much a arer areruge ref refuge retuge ¬
uge from brutal masters and I will willnever willnever willnever
never vote for a resolution that will willcut willcutb1t willcut
cut cutb1t off women from refuge from de designing deslgnlng dcsigning ¬
signing and nd brutal brutalmen brutalmeneeDtireresolut men menTie menThe
Tie eeDtireresolut entire resolution nwas JTS wa 440JteiL 4dcp dopted ted teda
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IS RM1RKABLYWELL REMARKABLY REMARKABLYWELL REMARKAB1YWELL
WELL PRESERVED PRESERVEDLirnbsWere PRESERVEDLmbs PRILRVDLimbsWcre
LirnbsWere Lmbs Were Wrapped Wrappedin IVrapp d din
in in Tin foil FOilPrs Presum Presumably Prcsimaably m
1 1ably
ably for Sea SeaVoyage Se SdVoyagea l lVoyage
Voyage VoyageBODY
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BODY B DV PLACED IN LEADEN CAS CASKET CASKET
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KET SO SOITCOULDBEEASILY SOITCOULDBEEASILYr SOITCOULDBEEASILYREMOVED IT COULD BE EASILY EASILYf EASILYREMOVED EASILYREMOVED
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REMOVED IF CLAIMED BY UNI UNITED UNITED tJNITED
TED STATES STATESIDENTlFCATION STATESIDENTlFCATIONCOMPLETE STATESIDENTIFIGATIOICOMPLETE IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATIONCOMPLETE
COMPLETE IN EVERY PARTICU PARTICULAR PARTICULAR PARTICULAR ¬
LAR
By Associated Press PressParis PressParis PressParis
Paris April 14 HThe The remarkable remarkablesearch remarkablesearch remarkablesearch
search which Ambassador Porter has hasconducted hasconducted hasconducted
conducted conducted for the body of Paul Jones Joneshas Joneshas Joneshas
has been crowned with success by the thediscovery thediscovery thediscovery
discovery of the body and its itsfdenU itsfdenUl1catlon identi identification Identification ¬
fication today by the highest French Frenchmedical Frenchmedical Frenchmedical
medical experts as unquestionably that thatof thator thatof
of the famous admiral who founded
the American navy navyThe navyThe navyThe
The men who examined the thewere body bodywere bodywere
were doctors Capitan and andP Papillaut Papillautdistinguished P pillaut pillautdistinguished pillaiitdistinguished
distinguished professors of theSchool theSchoolof th the SchoOl SchoOlof
of Anthropology and recognized au authorities authorIUes authorltles ¬
thorities on such investigations After Aftera
a most minute examination examlnatkm the follow following folloWing following ¬
ing facts fac were substantiated substantiatedLength subtantIatedLength snbtantIatedLength
Length of body five feet and eleven eleveninches eleveninches elevenInches
inches admiral Jonessexact Joness exact height heightThesize heIghtThesize heightThesIze
Thesize and shape of ottbe t the bead bca4agre bca4agrewith ead sgree sgreewith agr agrwith
with several severalecullaritl peculiarities s identicalwith identical identicalwith identicalwith
with the head of the admiral The hair hairIs hairIs hairis
Is dark brown same as the admirals admiralsand admiralsand admiralsand
and in places slightly slight gray indicating indicatinga
a person of about his age 45 years yearsThe year5The yearsThe
The hair is long reaching below the theshoulders theshoulders theshoulders
shoulders and is i combed back and andgathered andgathered andgathered
gathered in ina a clasp at tEe tIieback back of f the theneck theneck theneck
neck The face is clean shaven All Allof Allor Allof
of this corresponds exactly with the thedescriptions thedescrIptions thedescriptions
descriptions prints and busts of the theadmiral theadmiral theadmiral
admiral admiralThe admiralThe admiralThe
The linen is in good condition condftionand and andone andone
I
one article bears an initial either a aJor aJor aJ
Jor J or an inverted P PThe PThe PThe
The body was carefully packed and andthe andthe andthe
the limbs were wrapped In tin foil foilpresumably foilptesumably foilpresumably
presumably for sea tr transportation nsportatfonasIndicated as asindicated asIndicated
indicated in a letter of the admirals admiralsnearest admira13nearest admiralsnearest
nearest friend and pall bearer at the thefuneral thefun thefuneral
funeral fun ral Colonel ColonelBlackden Blackden who said saidJHis saidHis saidHIs
JHis His body was placed in a leaden leadencoffin leadencoffin leadencoffin
coffin so that in case the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States which he had so essentially essentiallyserved essentiallyserved essentiallyserved
served should claim his remains they theymight theymight theymight
might be more easily removed removedFinding removedFinding removedFinding
Finding that all internal organs organswere organswere organswere
were singularly well preserved the thedoctors thedoctors
thai
doctors made an autopsy which show showed showed showed ¬
ed distinct proof of o the disease if ifwhich Jfwhich f fwhich
which the admiral is known to have havedied havedied havdied
died The identification is pronounced pronouncedcomplete pronouncedcomplete pronouncedcomplete
complete in every particular particularFIRST partIcularfIRSTt1ANGING particularFIRST
FIRST fIRSTt1ANGING fIRSTt1ANGINGIN HANGING HANGINGIN hANGINGIN
IN ELEVEN YEARS YEARSMILL
MILL OPERATIVE WHO MURDER MURDERED ¬
ED BOY EXECUTED AT CO COLUMBIA COlUMBIA CQLUMBIA ¬
LUMBIA SOUTH CARO CAROLINA CAROLINA CAROLINA ¬
LINA LINABy LINABy LINABy
By Associated Press PressColumbia PressColumbia I IColumbia
Columbia April 14 14arion OTarion Parr Parrthe Parrthe Parrthe
the young cotton cott n mill operative who whokilled whokilled whokilled
killed Clarence Shealy a mill mmboy mmboywas boy boywas boywas
was hange here today The execu execution execution execution ¬
tion of Parr is the first hanging of a awhite awhite awhite
white man in South Carolina in eleven elevenyears elevenyears elevenyears
years yearsCARRIE yearsCARRIE 0
CARRIE NATION NATIONSENT NATIONSEN NAJIONSENT
SENT SEN TO JAIL JAILi JAILNOTED JAILNOTED JAftNOTED i
NOTED SALOON SMASHER FINED
250 AND AND SENTENCED TO TOFOUR TOFOUR TOFOUR
FOUR MONTHS IN JAIL JAILBY JAILBY JAILBY
BY KANSAS COURT COURTBy COURTBy OURTBy
By Associated Press PressWichita PressWIchita PressWichita
Wichita Kas April 14 HIn In the dis district di ditrict district ¬
trict court here today Mrs Carrie CarrieNation CarrieNation carrieNation
Nation Myra 31yraMcHenryand McHenry and Mrs Lucy LucyWithe LucyWithe LucyWithe
Withe were found guilty flty of destroying destroyingproperty destroingpropertyandweresenteneed destroyingproperty
property propertyandweresenteneed and were sentenced by Judge JudgeWilson JUdgeWIlson JudgeWilson
Wilson Mrs Nation was fined 250 250and 250and 250an
and an sentenced to four months in jail jailThe jailThe jailThe
The penalties of the th others were w r light lighter Ughterands ¬
er erands and sentence s ntce was suspended pend pending pendmgogoodbe1layIor pendlnggood ¬
ing mgogoodbe1layIor lnggood good behaylor Ii Iij
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COLORADO INCOlORADOCrossedstteLineaf IN COLORADOCrosscdStatc COLORADOCrossed
CrossedstteLineaf CrossedstteLineafNoon CrosscdStatc Crossed State Line at atNoon atNoon
Noon and nd Was Met MetBy MetBy MetBy
By Governor GovernorMcDonald GovernorMcDonald GovernorMcDonalds
McDonald McDonaldSPECIAL McDonaldSPECIALUUNTING McDonaldsSPECIAL
SPECIAL SPECIALUUNTING SPECIALUUNTINGLICENSEISSUED HUNTING HUNTINGLICENSE hUNTINGLICNSE
LICENSE LICENSEISSUED LICENSEISSUEDAlLOWING ISSUED ISSUEDALLOWING ISSUEDALLOWING
ALLOWING HIM TO KILL ANY ANI ANIMALS ANIMALS AN1MALS ¬
MALS HE MAY DESIRE DESIREHEAVY DESIREHEAVYSNOWAR DESIREHEAVYSNOW HEAVY HEAVYSNOW
SNOW SNOWAR AROUND UND THE CAMP CAMPA CAMPAHORSEHAIR CAMPAHORSEHAIR A AHORSEHAIR
HORSEHAIR BRIDLE BRIDLEFORMISS BRIDLEFORMISSALICE FOR MISS MISSALICE MISSALICE
ALICE ROOSEVELT WILL BE BEPRESENTED BEPRESENTED BEPRESENTED
PRESENTED PRESENTEDBy PRESENTED PRESENTEDBy
By Associated Assocla e4 Press PressTrinidad PressTrinidad PressTrinidad
Trinidad Col April 14 HPresident HPresidentRooseveltcross 14PresIdentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rooseveltcross crossed d the thellne line into IntoColo IntoColorado Cola Colorado Colar ¬
rado r do at noon today Governor Mc McDonald McDonald McDonald ¬
Donald of ofColor Colorado do and a party met metthe metthe metthe
the president at Emery Gap ap New NewMexico Newlexlco NewMexico
Mexico wheret wheretthe where the governor presented presentedthe
the president presldentWIth with a specially engross engrossed ¬
ed hunting license permitting him to tokill tokill
I Iklllany
kill klllany any animals he may desire in the thestate thestate
state of Colorado ColoradoThe Col Col6radoThe ra o oThe I
The presidents trip through Colo Colorado Colorado Colerado ¬
rado is a continuous ovation for forthough forthough forthough
though the t e train did not stop atthe atthesmall at at the thesmall thesmall
small stations crowds gathered at all allwho aUwho allwho
who cheered him enthusiastically
TWOFEETOFSNOW TWOFEETOFSNOWAROUND TWO FEET OF SNOW SNOWAROUND
AROUND THE CAMP1 CAMP1snow CAMP CAMPNew CAMPNew
New Castle April p n 14W 14W4ltb th the thesnnw I
snow two feet deep in every direction j
from the camp and from rom three to five fivefeet fivefeet five1 five1feet
feet deep d p in the bills with the snowj snowjstorm snow snowstorm i
storm still continuing it is possible possiblethat possiblethat
that President Roosevelt will be comJ comJpelled com compelled t tpalled i
pelled to delay his hunt here or ortent conj con I
tent himself with W fth smaller game than thanthe thanthe j
the grizzlies griz Ueshehas he has planned to kllLj kllLjFor kilL kilLor
For or a week now nQW iI the snow snowh has f fallen fallenayafterd3Y fallenltr i j
day ayafterd3Y afteir day dayhas Not iy75nt5foiirhotirs iy75nt5foiirhotirshas tml tCO lr 9ttrs 9ttrsh
has h s passed passedwithout without its storming stormingAll st rmingj
All that prevents the roadS and trailsfrom trails trailsfrom trailsfrom
from being absolutely impassable is isthe isthe Isthe
the warm Wannweather weather that has intervened intervenedand j jand
and andtoa to a great extent extentme1ted meTted the snowl snowlThe snow snowThe snowlThe
The guide Wells made the twen1
ty miles mUesifde ride from tromcamp camp Roose Rooseveit Rooseveltand Roosevelt
veit veltand and his horse was worn to ex exhaustion exj exjhaustion exlhaustlon ¬
haustion haustionThe I
The weather Is at least three weeks weeksbehind weeksbehind I
behind the normal normalhe he said There Therehas TherEhas
has been an unusual amount of snowj snowjhere snow snowhere snowhere
here this winter but not in ten years yearshave yearshave i ihave
have I seen the conditions so bad at atthis atthis atthis
this season seasonAccording seasonAccording seasonAccording
According to Wells the camp is now nowin nowin nowin
in perfect shape It has been prac practicable practicable practicable ¬
ticable to t track the game with dogs dogsand dogsand dogsand
and to follow with horses This isj isjconsidered is isconsidered isconsidered
considered one of the most dangerous dangeroussports dangeroussports dangeroussports
sports and the bad condition of the theground theground heground
ground makes it doubly dangerous dangerousnow
now nowA A full grown grizzly can easily race raceaway raceaway raceaway
away from a horse 1t orse and the dogs can canalmost canalmost
almost equal the th thspeed thspeedNow speedNow speed speedNow I
Now that the reception to President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and the party is assured assuredthe assuredthe I Ithe
the women of New NewCastle Castle have decid decided decideed decided ¬
ed to do their share As soon as thepresident the thepresident thepresident
president alights from the train a com committee cominittee ¬ I
mittee will surround him and will es escort escart escart ¬
cart him to the club rooms where on onbehalf onbehalf onbehalf
behalf of the women of Garfield coun county county county ¬
ty he will be presented with a aharse aharsehair horse horsehair horsehair ¬
hair bridle for the use of Miss Alice AliceRoosevelL AliceRoosevel AliceRoosevelL
RoosevelL The bridle itself is a work workof workof workof
of art which took over a year to com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete All of the straps including the thereins thereins thereins
reins are made off of pure white horse horsehair horsehair horsehair
hair and the buckles are of solid all sllSpuvenir allvcr silver
vcr
Souvenir For President PresidentColorado PresidentColorado PresidentColorado
Colorado Springs Cob April 14 14Upon 14Upon 14Upon
Upon the return of President Roose Roosevelt Rooievelt RooseveIl ¬
velt to this city from his hunting trip tripabout tripabout rip ripabout
about the themlddle middle of May lay he will be bewaited bewaited bewaited
waited upon by the members of the thePike thePIke thePike
Pike Peak Pe k Press Pr s Club of this thI city cityand cityand cityand
and presented with one of the clubs clubshandsome clubshandsome clubshandsome
handsome gold badges as s a souvenir souvenirof
of his visit At the monthly meeting meetingof
of the club the th president was elected electedan electedanbonorary
an anbonorary honorary member and the badga badgavoted badgavoted badgevoted
voted to him The badge will be bemade bemade bemade
made out bf pure Cripple Creek gold goldIt gQldIt geldIt
It Is also planned pl nnedto to take the thepres thepresldent pres president presIdent ¬
ident to the summit of Pikes Pike s Peak on onthe onthe onthe
the cog road and an extra effort will willbe willbe willbe
be made to Oh have ve theroad th8 road open op n by the thetime thetime thetime
time he returns returnsCONDITION returnsCONDITION retnrnsCONDITION
CONDITION OF OFJOE OfJOE OfJOE
JOE JEFFERSON JEFFERSONNOTED
NOTED N TEp ACTOR ACTOR EXTREMELY ILL ILLINr ILLIN ILLIN
INr IN HIS WINTER WINTERHOME HOME ATWEST AT ATWEST AlWEST
WEST PALM PALMBEACH PALMBEACHBy BEACH BEACHI BEACHBy
I By Associated Press PressW PressWe
I West W We Palm Beach Fla April 14 14Jos 14Jos 14Jog
Jos Jeffersons J condition onditio is isregarded isregardedthli regarded regardedthis regardedthl
this thl afternoon as being extremely un unfavorable unfavorable unfavorable ¬
favorable tre tr The cause canSeo of his present presentsickness presentsickness preaentsickness
sickness is I a cold old caught t1ght while whl1eilsh whl1eilshing Ash Ashing fishlag ¬
ing with withG drover < over Cleveland a at Hobe HobeSound HQbeSound flqbeund
Sound und His entire family is L < witb w1tkV w1tkc lthJIIE lthJIIE1ff Tf
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easure Authorizes the Issue IssueofBondsfor IssueofBondsforMuch of Bonds fovMuch foiL 4 4Much
Much Much Needed Ne dedP Public b1ic Improvements Improvementsin Impro venienis venienisin
in This City CityIl1o > 0
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ON ONSYLPII ONSYLPIIProsiden SYLPH SYLPHPresidentsYachtDis SYlPUJ SYlPUPresl J
Presl Prosiden PresidentsYachtDis PresidentsYachtDisabied e tsYachtDis tsYachtDisilbi
abied ilbi d in StormOff StormOffCape j jCape I ICape
Cape Hatter Hatteras
as asTWO asTWO 5
TWO MEN WERE WEREBADLY WEREBADLY WEREBADLY
BADLY SCALDED SCALDEDLIEUTENANT SCtlDEDLIEUTENANT SCLLDDLIEUTENANT
COMMANDI COMMANDIING
LIEUTENANT EVANSr EVANS COMMAND COMMANDING
ING THE YACHT SAYS UNITED UNlTEDIFRUIT UNITEDFRUIT
0 FRUIT CO STEAMER jPASSED jPASSEDBUT PASSEDJ PASSEDJBUT
BUT REFUSED TO RENDER AS ASDISTANCE Asi AsiSISTANCEINJURED AS1STANCEINJURED
DISTANCE SISTANCEINJURED INJURED MEN WILL WILLRECOVER WILLI WILLIRECOVER WILLRECOVER
RECOVER RECOVERBy Ii
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By Associated Press PressNorfolk J > r rNorfolk ress ressNorfolk
Norfolk April 14 1 14The The Morgan MorganLine MorganLinestearner MorganLine
Line Linestearner steamer El Cid passed passe in at the theVirginia theVirginia I IVir
Virginia Vir gin la capes today towing the pres presidents presIdents ¬
idents yacht Sylph on which an anexplosion anexplosion anexplosion
explosion occurred by which two men menwere menwere menwere
were badly ba 1 scalded The yacht wasj wasjnot was wasnot
not not badly damaged d maged but the boilers bonerswere boilerswere J Jwere 1
were disabled by the blowing bl wing out of oftwo ottwo
two tubes while the yacht was in aj ajstorm a astorm astorm 1
storm near Cape Hatteras Wednesday I Iafternoon Iafternoon
afternoon The injured men will re recover reI reIcover reIcover ¬
cover Ar4t uti3njr 1 1t B P 5 > g cojninRiiding eJ3nmRndinhe eJ3nmRndinheyacht nw1W1dnlJh nw1W1dnlJhyac1 the theyachtsaid I
yachtsaid yac1 yacht said1hat said that while lying afanchdr afanchdrand at atanh an hor horand r rand
and displaying signals slgnalsordistr ofdistress 2S the theUnited theUnfte theljnttea
United Fruit FrultCoiDpanyssteamer FrultCoiDpanyssteamerOteri Companys steamer steamerOteri steamerOteri
Oteri passed refusing to o give assist assistance assistmce assistance ¬
ance anceThe anceThe
The yacht was returning returnJngfrom from Flor FlorIda Florida
Ida waters where it has been used by byMrs byMrs
Mrs Roosevelt and children
25000 LOSS LOSSBY LOSSBYNLW BY BYNEW BYNEW
NEW YORK fiRE FIREiONLY fiREONLY
ONLY WALLS OF SWEAT SHOP SHOPTENEMENT SHOPTENEMENT
0 TENEMENT ON EAST SIDE SIDEWERE SIDEWERE SIDEWERE
WERE LEFT STANDING STANDINGBy STANDINGBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew
New York April 14 14only Only about about25OOO about25O00
25000 loss was caused by byfi fire e early earlytoday
today which destroyed a six story storybuilding storybuilding torybuilding
building at 129 and 131 Hester street streetin streetin
0 in j the heart he rt of the Hebrew settlement settlementon
on the lower east side Only the front frontwalls frontwalls
walls were left standing standingEarly standingEarly standingEarly
Early reports were to the effect that thatscores thatscores thatscores
scores of persons were asleep asle p in the thebuilding
building but these proved pr Ved untrue untrueThere untrueThere untrueThere
There was no one on the premises ex except oX oXcept cxcept ¬
cept the watchman The Theblilning Theblilningwas builalng builalngwas
was filled with sweatshops sweatshopsA
A tenement adjoining was damaged damagedon
on the upper 1100rsPolfcemen floors Policemen routed routedabout routedabout routedabout
about 150 persons from their beds and anddrove anddrove anddrove
drove them to the street but no one onewas onewas onewas
was hurt hurtOwing hurtOwing hurtOwing
Owing to the recent disastrous tene tenement tencreent tenement ¬
ment fire in Allen street the blaze this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning caused intense excitement excitementamong excitementamong excitementamong
among the dwellers In Hester street streetThe streetThe StreetThe
The police experienced great difficulty difficultyin
in driving back b cka a dense crowd every everymember everymember everymember
member of which insisted on rushing rushingto
to the rescue of relatives within the thefire thefire thefire
fire lines linesSWINDLER linesSWINDl linesSWINDLER
SWINDLER R MADE MADEESCAPE MADEESCAPETOfRANCE MADEESCAPE
ESCAPE ESCAPETOfRANCE ESCAPETOfRANCEMAN TO FRANCE FRANCEMAN
MAN WANTED FOR STOREY COT COTTON cOTTON OT OTTON ¬
TON CO FRAUDS FRAU DSSAiLED DSSAiLEDDAY SAILED SAILEDDAY SAILEDDAV
DAY CONCERN SUS SUSPENDED SUSPENDED US USPENDED
PENDED PENDEDBy PENDEDy PENDEDDy
By y Associated Press PressPhiladelphia PressPhiladelphia PressPhiladelphia
Philadelphia April pril 14 HFrank Frank C CMarrin CJJfarrln CMarrin
Marrin alias Judge Franklin Stone Stonewhom Gtonewhom toue touebwhom
whom the pollee agents have been beenseeking beenseeking beenseeking
seeking in connection with the affairs affairsof
of the collapsed Storey Cotton Com Company Company Cornp5117 ¬
pany is reported rep rted to have landed at atHavre atHavreFranceYarch atHavre
Havre HavreFranceYarch France March 23 3 from the thesteamship thesteamship thesteamship
steamship Touralne Tou alne having sailed sailedfrom sailedf1QDl sailedfrim
from New York on the same e date the theconcern theconcern theconcern
concern went Into the hands of a ar arcelver re receiver recelver ¬
celver Marrin was accompanied ccompanledby ccompanledbybswie by byhis byhis
his bswie wife and two sons Thomas Th ThomasI niasH niasH1Q S SQulnlan
I Qulnlan U in1 n secretary Sec r taty and an if treasurer tre asurer of ofthe ofthe o oI
1Q I the Storey Company alsois aISP ISp jswdJo jswdJohave is said to tonavebeen tojhavebenIn
jhavebenIn navebeen have en In In the th parts p t
HE JIM CRO CROBILL CROBILL frl frlBill
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Educational Tri Tritees Trttees Tntees
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Reported ReportedSENATE
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SENATE IN SESSION ONLY FOR F06TyFIVEMINUTESHOUSE FORTYFWg V VTYFIVE
TYFIVE TyFIVEMINUTESHOUSE MINUTES MINUTESHOlJSE HOUSE AD ADJOURNED ADJOURNED ADJOURNED ¬
JOURNED UNTil TODAY TO DAY AFTER AFTERLONG AFTERLOONG AFTERLONG
LONG SESSIONoOTiiER SESSION OTHER BUSI BUSINESS BUSINESS BUSINESS
NESS TRANSACTED BY THS THSLEGISLATURE THStLEGISLA THELEGISLATURE
0 Il IlSpecial
tLEGISLA LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURESpecial TURE TURESpecial
Special to The TheJoU1naJ TheJoU1naJTallahassee Journal JournalTallahassee JournalTallahassee
Tallahassee April 14 l4The The senate senatewas senatewaS senatwas
waS was in session only fortyfive minutes minutesthis minutesthis minutesthis
this afternoon and adjourne until untilMonday untilMonday untilMonday
Monday The house after long ses session sessIon seasian
sion adjourned until Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThe SaturdayThe
The bill creating a state board of ofeducational ofeducational ofeducational
educational trustees was wa favorably favorablyreported farorablYreported favorablyreported
reported by committees in both bothnouses bothhouses
houses nousesThe houses housesThe housesThe
The Jim Crow street streetcarbUlwent streetcarbUlwentover car bill went wentover wentover
over until Wednesday WednesdayMr
Mr Lee introduced a bill making matingexpress makingexpress makingexpress
express ana an railroad companies liable liableto liableto liableto
to damages llama > < es for delayed freight freightThe freightThe freightThe
The Wells convict hire bill passed passedin
in the house also the jurors pay bill billSenator bilLSenatorBIount bilLSenator
Senator SenatorBIount Blount introduced a bill au authorizing authorIzing anthorizing ¬
thorizing the issue of Pensacola bonds bondsfor bondsfor bondsfor
for public improvements improvementsBURGLAR ImprovementsBURGLAR ImprovementsBURGLAR
BURGLAR SHOT SHOTENTERED S110rBrWhJC SUOTENTERED >
BrWhJC ltMjNt ltMjNtENTERED > >
ENTERED HOME OF BANKER AND ANDWAS ANDWAS ANDWAS
WAS FATALLY INJURED INJUREDWHILE INJUREDWHILE INJUREDWHILE
WHILE ATTEMPTING ATTEMPTINGTO
TO ESCAPE ESCAPEBy ESCAPEBy ESCAPEI ESCAPEBy
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By Associated Press PressNew P PressNew ess essNew
New York April 14 HA A burglar was wasshot wasshot wasshot
shot and probably fatally wounded woundedearly woundedearly woundedearly
early today by a private watchman watchmanguarding watciunan watciunanguardmg watclunanguarding
guarding the home In Brooklyn of ofGeorge otGeorge ofGeorge
George FrentlBS a Wall street banker bankerThe bankerThe bankerThe
The burglar was w s discovered leaped leapedthrough leapedthrough leapedthrough
through a plate glass windowana window was waspursued waspursued waspursued
pursued two blocks before he fell with withtwo wIthtwo withtwo
two bullets in his body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The neighborhood was quickly quicklyalarmed quicklyalarmed quicklyalarmed
alarmed and andmen1bers members of a fire engine enginecompany enginecompany enginecompany
company rushed rus ed from their house to toinvestigate toinvestigate toInvestigate
investigate The watchmans bullets bulletsgrazed bulletsgrazed bulletsgrazed
grazed their th ir heads and they quickly quicklydodged quicldYdodge quIekIydodge
dodge back A block further furthertha furtherthaburglar the theburglar theburglar
burglar fell fellOn fellOn fellOn
On his arm was found a 700 rug rugwhile rugwhile rugwhile
while papers in his pockets bore the thename thename theflame
name of John Ostigan of Saugerties SaugertiesN
N Y The physicians say he cannot cannotrecover cannotrecover cannotrecover
recover recoverBASEBALL recoverBASEBAll recoverBASEBALLGAMEAT
BASEBALL BASEBALLGAMEAT BASEBALLGAMEATCENTURY GAME AT ATCENTURY ATCINTURY
CENTURY SUNDAY SUNDAYBAY
BAY AY MINETTE AND CENTURY CENTURYWILL CENTURlWILL CENTURYWILL
WILL CROSS BATS BATSlIVELf BATSLIVELYGAME LIVELY LIVELYGAME
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GAME EXPECTED EXPECTEDSpecial EXPECTEDSpecial EXPECTEDSpeciaL
Special to The Journal JournalCentury JournalCentury JournalCentury
Century April 14 4The The Century and andBay andBay andBay
Bay Minette baseball teams will meet meethere meethere meethere
here Sunday afternoon and a great greatleal gre greatdealof f fealof
ealof leal of interest is being manifested In Inthe 14the I Ithe
the contest The Century team te mIs mIs1l1ade is ismade Isniade
made up of men employed in lnthe the mlll mlllaI milland in inand
and aI d they have avebeen been practicing faith faithfully falthfuUy faithfully ¬
fully for some som time past The Bay BayMinette BayMlnet BayMinette
Minette Mlnet e team is one of the strongest strongestamateur strongestamateur strongestamateur
amateur aggregations in this sectiom sectiomand sectioand sectloiand
and the chances appear good for forlively f01lively fo folively
lively game gameHEAVY gameHEAVY gameHEAVY
HEAVY WEATHER WEATHERON
ON THE ATLANTIC ATLANTICBy ATLANTIBy
a By Associated Press PressDover PreasDover PressDover
Dover Eng April 14The 14 The Ha HabnrgAmerican Hamr HamrburgAmerican KainburgAmerican
burgAmerican steamer iPretoriaV iPretoriaVwhich lPreto lPretowhich IPretorla IPretorlawhich
which arrived here today t01iayfrom from New NevrYork NewYork I IYork
York April 1 and nd proceeded was wasdelayed waS waSdelayed wasdelayed
delayed by heavy hea weather During Daringone Duringone Duringone
one day of ofhervoyagethePreto ofhervoyagethePretoonly her voyage the Pretoria Pretoriaonly Pretoriaonly
only logged 139 miles milesBARTENDER milesBARTENDER milesBARTENDER
BARTENDER KrLLED KrLLEDi 0 0IN
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By Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPresseaw Press PressCairo PressOaIro
Cairo nL n April 14 l4tr 14Wlll1an William A AaParr AParr
Parr tr bartender at the Kentickjr KentickjrHouse Kenn KennHouse Kentck KentckBouse
House was shot andlriile4byaa and 1dll iciliedby by aat1J aat1JkI an usr usrknown u utflOfl
known kI tflOfl orm man mantoday today while w1 Je0 pa o 148tyTk 148tyTkmurderer lBty The Themurderer Themurderer
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