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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1919.
The Pensacola Journal m Journal Ads. Work All The Time 30.C09 People DAILY WEEKLY SUNDAY Small Cost Big Results CIRCULATION , INCREASING Remember, to be sure of your copy of the Sunday Journal. It is necessary 4hat you order the paper regularly from "The Journal. Phone 1500. Read the Want Ad pages today. . The Marketplace of WestFIorida-TheWaiit Ad. Columns of....... Everybody Reads JOURNAL Want Ads FOR RENT WANTED How the Little Old Wise Man Found Him a Job TO URN AL WANT 0E CENT A WORD IN ADVANCE ONE RATE TO ALL FOR RENT Furnished room; modern. 122 W. Chase. Phone 2432. v FOR RENT Furnished light house keeping rooms. ,114 Wf Chase.' 613 FOR : RENT Furnished apartment, 1012 N. Alcaniz-st. - 6333 ' . Count the words In your adver- number of times you desire it print- fmit nfrnrrlinirlv 1HC IUUUUU5 "1 w.v.uui. .i.vt inrrf -For Sale." Wanted." etc 2U Ulo ouuicJs, RATES A'o advertisement taken for less ian To cents. SLACK MtE CAPS. LIKE THIS TYPE. TWO CENTS PER WORD. Para-o-apned matter, line dashes. white space, classified display: 6c per line, 56c per incn (12 lines make or.e inch.) - ;-: Regular advertisers with ledger Recounts may have advertisements harged. - . .. , - , - orders should be given ; In writing, never over the telephone. Advertisers should give their ,'treet cr posloffice address as well a Mp Phone number if they de sire resuits. Few readers have a tfU'rihf.ne ani they can't coaimuni- eate with you unless they know your address.. . I I the advertiser desires. renlies aay be sent to Journal Office. Journal Want Ads Cover West Florida. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms. suitable for ' light housekeeping. East Blount near car line. No objection to children. Apply 705 E. Moreno-sL 6444 WANTED TO BUT Modern to 8 room dwelling. All modern Improvements. Near down ' town and school. Owners only. Address , Box 564 Care Journal. ,. --, ' -,- ' . - 6665 WANTED Boy between 16 and 18 years. Peake Electric Company. - 652 "ROOMS." FURNISHED TO SUIT, FINE LOCA TION AND IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOR HOOD. CLOSE IN. MODERN CON VENIENCES. EARLE HAUCK, 41Q S. FLORIDA BLANCA. 443 WANTED To hear from owner of farm or unimproved! land for - sale. O. K. Hawley, Baldwin, Wisconsin. , 463 WANTED To hear from ( contractor. having equipment to maae concrete or cement blocks. Box 63, Chipley. Florida. 7118 FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 227- E. Intenden cia. - . - : 6446 FOR RENT Modern North Hill cottage. $65.00. Address P. O. Box. 1232,, giving phone, number. 6448 FOR RENT AN apartment. 1705 N. 12th-ave. Phone S16. "9 FOR RENT One room completely fyr n;uh.i (ai- litrht housekeeping. SSz it i.ivvi c " - 13. Strong-st. Phone 1735. WANTED TO BORROW $1150.00 on property- worth $1,850.00 for one, two, three and four years at 8. Address "Loan". Box 18, City. - 99 65&0 ( WANTED Tour Job printing ana orders for engraving of all kinds; carde.-je-edains Invitations, etc. - MAfEi I WMNT1NO CO.. 20-22 West Government street. , ; , - . 810 WANTED TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY CHEAP HORSES AND MULES. APPLY MR. LOUIS RATH SHFESLEY SHOWS. WINTER 1 QUARTERS, AVE A AND W. RO ' MANA STS. 1110 I'M SO tt-W TH iQG ) UTc A u ; ; I AW AnswEfrs to) 1U W! I S7 T l TAKEN Ft MINUIES ; fiV A Aft l VfUM$WE1?5?J v ; ; FOR RENT One room f with private bath to Udy or couple without chil dren. 607 N. Spring-st. 6aal FOR RENT Five rooms furnished for housekeeping. Modiern. Close In. Adults only. 507 N. layne. . g661 FOR SALE tXAKIE Grand sinfrer and females. K. MeQuillen, 357 S Si.i il", Ala. FOR RENT Two furnished large light housekeeping rooms in Fisherville be tween K and F-sts. facing thejjay. CaU after 5 p. m. or Sunday. E. T, Camp beli. S8S FOR RENT Two or three unfurnished rooms, upstairs, to' couple. No chil dren. Phone 1936. 600 E. - Jackson. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Front and hack galleries, bath and gas. Apply 407 E. Gregory St. 8 ' warren - i., ,,and ee-st. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms for light Iwusekeeping. Electric lights, sas and phone. Corner J6th-a ye. 6883 ,i,lentltl 5 FOR RENT North Hill two furnished rcvrt rooms for light hwsekecping. 1120 N nr d'r.?U . Falafox-st. Phone 1C7, . 6o52 on PAIjE Five valuable res lots, rorner 16th-nve. and Lloy t Hill car line. Near-Grammar. Pri-j ary schools. Bay'view. Only , $1,575. 1 : ; ; nokham, Lake City, Florida,' 6336 ; FOp RENT Two connecting rooms furnished for light houseKeeping, an 1122 E. " Strong-st. Phone FOR RAT..K Forty acres all fenced and : conveniences. cros?; f need. Good .SDrinsr. ould 2.112-J. ake Ford car as part pay. for particu- ' 1 irs see Jacob Lougheed, Kt. A Jox FOR RENT Five very large unfurnlsh- "s'5 ed rooms, splendid neighbornooa. ae- jsirable tocation, half block East Hill car OR PALT-I Five nassensrer Reo touring line. Immediate possession. J. reierence cir fine rtmnin:; order fully equipped i given rennaiitiii wwiin ith electric starter, lights and five good ' -Aiaiiory,- or pnone, iaJ.. No. -1325 E. 6227 nrts. price reasonable. Telephone 1671 tr nnll r.t 11-0 -. Paiaros any day after p. m. - f ' ir 6141 FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, 817 N. Barcelona. I'hone 93. 6229 WANTED AH Kinds of phonograph work, no matter what ths make. Called for delivered If desired. The Piano hop. Phone 791, 18-SO E. Garden St. The Housekeepers' Burden House, win dow and carpet cleaning. The Pensa cola Hous . and Window Cleaning Co. curt carry trie whole load for you. : Phone 1013 for Information. Room 605, Blount building. ... ... ...,.,, -051 SEWING MACHINES AND STRING Instruments repaired. Phone 251. J.J H. TRlakesley. 16 East Garden SL , 811 WANTED 3 unfurnished rooms with private bath for light housekeeping. State price and location. C. -H.. care Journal. C99t LOST AND FOUND FOUND In Gonzalez school building. In terest school warrant Owner can have same by paying expense of advertising. P, Davis. Gonzalez, Fla. 7116 LOST White orange ticked setter, fe male. Reward for return to Southern Grocery Co. 7115 LOST Silver portrait case. Return 226 N. DeVilliers. Phone 1626. 6442 HELPFEMALE YOUNG LADIES Wanted, 5 wn food voices to become actresses; good pay while learning to appear in the near fu ture in Musical Comedies to be produced here, not to travel. Address M-100, Journal. v FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, private bath, gentlemen, t307 W- Bei-mont-st. Phone 335. FOrt FAT.K Ool bed room suit, consist ing .'f chiffonier, bed, springs, mat- t..i iUhsl. :,Tr! Trn Vl !CfVlf All in eol condition. A bargain at $125. Ap- j FURNISHED ROOMS For gentlemen. ;.iy R. A. I.ongrmire, care D'Alembertc's Apply 36 E. Gregory-sL 7003 narmaey. o".; F('R PALE One new well built 6-room Uuec. three ied rooms, living room, ;i:ning room and kitchen and bath, gas, flfotrie liphts. near school. Apply north west corner of Strong and lth-ave. 6553 70 H SALE Rent or rchange brand iicn- visible typewriter. $3.00 monthly, Small down payment. Ten years guar tee. Phone 239 cr write P. O. Box 111 t- 7334 FOR RE room DeSoto-st. rXT One neatly furnished front in private family. Apply 922 E. 7111 WANTED Three house to house can vassers, male or 'female: no experience necessaryS, Good proposition for quick money. Apply from 3 to 5 at 122 W. Garden. ' WANTED COLORED HOUSE SER VANT. APPLY - 14 W. BELMONT, PHONE 111. 6221 FOR SALo Irrproverl farms at Gonzal es. jr will exchange for city property. A. S. Edward.?. Phone 1520. 3201 FOR KLIM brand ot powdered MITk, thorlc 194'i. tott R Pond, Distributor. N0) Kast La Rua street, Pensacola. 36a Fon. S AI.K Second hanfl sewing raa- mines. n!i makes. Jo.00 up. Uuaran- -rd. nil. aliis Music House. Phone 1ISS FOR f LIT PORTO RICO YAM SWEET POTATOES. $1.53 per bushel delivered. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for gentleman. Adjoining bath. Private family. Modern . conveniences Refer ences evchanered. Call afternoons or evenings. 702 E. Gadsden. 7226 VCili. t!F.'T 'Fiirnished room for gentle- j men. 419 E. Intendencia-sL 4 332 - WANTED A good housegirl. Can live FOR RENT Nicely furnished apartment, j on if desired. Apply 'Lemhursf Hot and cold water and other modern ; iaYshore. C228 conveniences. Desirable location. Phone . - . , WANTED Cook, dish washer and cham bermaid. 104 E. Government-st., Gov ernment Hotel. 6886 WANTED AT "ONCE-YOUNG LADY FOR STENOGRAPHER. APPLY TO W. B.' ANDERSON, PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, E. GARDEN. ST. 6330 WANTED ENERGETIC MEN AND WOMEN TO SELL STOCK FOR THE HIGH CLASS GRATEX OIL & GAS CO. OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS. APPLY AT ONCE TO VICE PRESIDENT S. LEON GRAVIN ROOM 530 SAN CARLOS HOTEL BETWEEN 9 AND 10 A. M. OR 4 AND 5 P. M. LODGE NOTICE BROTHERHOOD OP FAluWA f CU&K PensaoJ Loda 311. Replsr meetLis first ard hf- p-rl 'n - - th. K - . J.W.SMITH, WiL P. DAVIS. R " "MlTiy,- cecretarj i - . 7107 Modern Order o Praetorians. Pensacola C'-uncn. ?fo. wts every second and fourth Monday at p. m. In W. O. W. all, corner P.omana and Haylen s'raets. AU Pr torians rn cordially Invited. ' - M. E. MOHET. 8. A. C. E. SMITH, Bee. , LODGE NOTICE. llfJl U and Labor Council f-it PT. Wdndar at 7:80 p. m.. a. 12J,4 Wi- 7arr?owi street. 3- JP- TjbMONT, Secretary. P. O. Box 2. m .Mfeh"t Heloer, Ledge. mHfi:h,,,"U, "hW T-oHre. No. 5H11. wTfT8 J1'1! " cor of Paiafox ond Romana streets. rjr. WOODHAM. Rec, Sec Rel,7tf,l-A r.ODGE- NO- 3- K- orr Regular meetlnar of .he, Lodge every Mondar. T:3f n m.. at their hall on East mtendencis street. R. C. MArrsTTV. c. C. C. F. STJVART. K. of R S. 907. 6882 POSITION WANTED POSITION WANTED Experienced lum ber manufacturer, wholesale or re tail, would accept position in office of Wholesale firm. Address Lumberman Care Journal. 67 HOUSEKEEPER A No. 1 housekeeper, desires position in first class hotel; f fioiont mil nacre heln with excellent re- 5J or nusrtei ee iverea. . . ti i nrr neoMtucuT cai auikll Write ManaoerT Rir.hlanS Farms. R. A. 'suits; xinincumeerea, " t ' -J . TJJ .VTb -. Bensacoa Fia .dress Housekeeper, i renaawi "ui,?0 POSITIONS W 1 1 n UKl-wiuiiico 6JJ? t FOR ADVANCEMENT OPEN TO .JENlKl RA PH ERS WANTED Register with tne employment department ot Ihe Pan-nnierlcan College, looms 'I4 to 289 Brent Bldg. No cnarge. .Positions waiUnjr. 4,41 WANTED A housegirl with knowledge of cooking. Good Apply S18 West Belmont. some wages. HELPMALE t Ct fCTRlCAL WOPKFRS. Ieal TTt)1o". No 27. L T4 E. W meets everv Monday at 7 n. m at Bo'l- 'i'"inK rrotners ana rrj? mn- !n P004 standing cordially - W. r. "TTMMOXS. R. s prNwrn , n oc,- No' 4.-1. O. O. P Pensacola T-odpe. No. S. I. O O V TITT Th,,r'v 'ht at 7 Sf. IL . 2V! . comer RtIm Td Belmont treets. Visitors cwd"nc- nvitod OORT of 1 ENSACOLAi TO A SHIP CAPPFpc! .lotNWb AND Local TTnlon. No. Str. Cawitrt! .Tnln r and CanlkAm rrtfx Thnjy nlet al weeV at 7-0 VWV. t W. O hall, corner Partrn Pomna itrets. ,rTTA5 TTTR AVT President. W. TT. T,A-oirmn. Secretary. fine second hand i WANTED Position, as shipping clerk or ' AMBITIOUS, ENERGETIC YOUNG sndition. The Piano : salesman; travelling preferred; seven MEN WITH SALESMANSHIP ABIL- rimced In retail Business. ei Address II, Care Journal 7331 0P. SALE Two i'irt-.ns. j-eriect conmtion. -rne f lano : op. Phone 791. IS East Garden St. ;years experienced In retail business. Kj'- 1 TY. APPLY 7:30 TO 8:30 A. M., 323 - OH SATJS Horse. wa?on and harness. ('an b-; Peen any afternoon after 4 "si'XK. 1714 E. 16th-st., Pensacola, Fla. C889 rK SALE Jewel wood and coal range, S burner' oil stove. Apply '708 E. Phone 1520. HORSE FOR SALE APPLY WATSON, PARKER & REESE CO. FOR SLE LATEST MODEL CHAN DLER PASSENGER ROADSTER. "ERMS REASONABLE. CALL 1289. C8S4 WAXT A HOME? Here is your one best opportunity. Good house.- two lots, 'rner location, fine neighbors, plenty - room, sleepins porch, shades already -r. watfr and electric connections al '"Jy psid for, fine garage, - outhouse. ;ifra. chicken runs, fruit trees, terms --ifor.ahle. Act quickly or someone else , eat 5-ou to iu E. A. Clubbs, Pen Vuxa Finance Co. $333 erences. DANCING .ANCiNG TAUGHT, at Z06 vTest Greg ory street. For Information, yione 21 1. "THAN SFEft Storage BINGHAM TRANSFER COMPANY, PH"NE 334. HAULING, PACKITG, STORING. i BORRAS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1145. i OFFICES AND WARE HOUSE EAST CHASE STREET. ALL KINDS OF HAULING". YOUR BUSI NESS SOLICITED. MORTGAGE LOANS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. We lend money on Real Estae In th dty on riiort notice. Please state in application If you have an Abstract of F!rE5 FOD. SP??D8TER - property. FOX f,LL KINDS. 2000 N. PALA- see us. THE WATPON AGENCY. Inc.. 7 South raiaro A very cozy little seven-room cottage, all ready' to move into, corner Ninth avenue and Cervantes street; curtains up, water, gas and electric connections, all made. Small house, 414 East Jackson street, $1,850. A good seven-room cottage, 523 East Gregory, $2,250. Five-room cottage with five acres of good land, a few miies out furnished, $1,800 ; unfurnished, $1:,500. PensacolaFinance Company "We Always Have Houses For Sale" PHONE 367 ELBERT A. GLUBBS, Sales Agent BRENT BLDG. PHONE 1529. WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE TO WORK MORNINGS. APPLY CIRCU LATION DEPARTMENT THE JOUR NAL. 3" HOTS EARN MONEY selling The Pen eacola JoumaL daily and Sundav Wanted. 100 boys dally and 2? 3 1-oya Pundays to make from 50c to 95 day. Pee Circulation Manager any mornmg a o'clock. LEGAL NOTICES In the Court of Record of Escambia Cniinty. Ct of Pl"-lda. The Banking. Savings & Trust - Co. vs. In the Court of Record of Escambia County. Florida." Kristian Ferguson, et. al. The following defendants, to-wit: Oline Ferguson. Magnus Mlkarlson, Josephine JoreensenT Bakel Borgensen, Ugif t Bor gensen. Neils Larsen, Thora Jorgensen, Mrs. Ad. Greaker, and Ole Fisher, are he-eby required to appear on or before January 24th. 1920. to the supplemental bill of complaint filed herein. This order to be published once each week for eight 8) consecutive-weeks in the Pen sacola Journal, a newspaper published in Pensacola, Florida. W. P. RICE, Clerk Court of Record. EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pehsacola's Representative Store JUNIOR ORrro I l"-rQ AMERICAN MFCHANICS Pensanola Cotmol' .To. MS. Junior 01r T'HPd Amerlrp 'Vr-ViHnlR. meets n"'i fourth Fr!d!v. t at K rta ii s. A. uritt. Con. DAMON LODGE. NO. 13, K. of P. TIT,on TJor,("P. Tfo. 13 Tfnlsrhts of PvtM'ts meet In reeiilpr session Tu!flny ?!!ri,T,e: ,f;tle Han at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors welcome. W. C. CA'MT'REtjT. c. C B. V. HOLLAND. TC. of R. ft S. VESSELS IN PORT, .-". Steamers. The Shipping Board steamer Lake Filbert, stream awaitiiiB cargo). The British steamer. Senator, stream. r The American steamer Cushatta, stream. ; TJie ""shipping board steamer Noc calula,, Tarragona wharf (loading). - The American steamer Botsford, (unloading). "The" American steamer Argenta, (loading). , The ' Shipping Board steamer Jiar ehalV stream (loading.). The shipping . board Steamer Lake Savus, Tarragona wharf (loading.) Tiie Italian t e.a m Bronte,, from Galveston. Schooner. The Cuban schooner Gabriel Palmer, 6tream. The American schooner Frederick A. Duggan. stream, (loading.) Ths American schooner Furu strand, stream (loading). The British schooner W. S. M. Bent ley, stream (loading.) . The British schooner McDonald, stream (loading.) The American schooner Mary Mon son Gruener. (unloading.) Barks. The Spanish hark Saurez. No. 2, Commendencia wharf (loading.) The Spanish bark Virga del Mer. stream. . (Loading.) . Barges. The Aiken barge Consul, stream. Barges, Aiken barge Bobby-Ho, Pai afox wharf." American barge Iberia, stream (loading). ' v , . . American barge. Smith - Terry stream (loading). Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load ing). . . The American barge, Madison, stream. " Tugs. Tugs, Aiken tug Leroy, Paiafox The American tug, Bathalum, Tar ragona wharf. The Aiken tug Dixie. Paiafox wharf. Tne ADteu tug Nellie. Pn.Ii.fcx DVERTISE ALL FLORIDA STATWJDE ORGANIZATION IS PLANNING TO TAKE' ACTIVE STEPS EARLY IN NEW YEAR. Jacksonville, Dec. 27. (Special) The urgent need for a statewide or ganization to co-ordinate all efforts of yarious organizations to keep the name "Florida" before the 'people of the world, becomes;, more apparent .each week as one studies the results that Q hftinir o t.i a rcttl Vy n j-i onm f petitor,. California, in selling through national advertising, her -climate, good roads.r citrus fruits,, nut,- raisins and other. . commodities. Tbe California Development board has been a big factor in originating and co-ordinating that advertising. After the psycology has been pro duced by liberal use of printers' ink. it is not so hard to get a lot of free advertising frocni industries which are glad to capitalize for their own bene fit the work already done. ' This is particularly shown in a page advertisement contained in the Satur day Evening Post of today's issue, paid for by a firm distributing cer tain makes of automobiles in Cali fornia. "Motoring in California" is the heading, with illustrations of good roads and picturesque scenes. : The millions of dollars invested in good roads in Florida has made this one of the favorite winter tourist sec tions of the world, for those who know about our hundreds of miles of fine roads. The literature sent out by the VESSELS EXPECTED Steamers. . . . The American steamer Lake Mymer. for tl Pensacola Shipping Co.. Nov. 15. The Shipping Board steamer Alta from Nicaragua for Frederick Gilmore & Co., due Deo. 19. The Shipping Board steamer Mona fan. from Nicaragua for Frederick Gillmorc & Co.. due Dec. 10. PASSED SAND KEY. Sand Key, Fia Dec. 28. Passed west, 27th, Anselma de Larrinaga; 2Sth, British Star, Qulf Queen. Vesta and barge Ninian (Br), Gulf Stream, Nipunic. j numerous ' wide-awake chambers of commerce, has emphasized the -fine op portunities for automobile travel in their respective communities, but a national advertising campaign to let, the world know Florida has good roads connecting up the various cities, pro viding fine automobiling from one end of the state to the other and to hun dreds of beautiful places not on the : .1 . . . . double the number of automobile tour ists in one season. ": There is " hardly ah industry that does not benefit ' from , automobile travelers who go into the by-waj's on excursions and' purchase hundreds of thousand dollars worth of sou venirs, oranges, grape fruit, marma lades and other products for ship ment to friends in other, states, while patronizing the garages, hotels and restaurants. '- The recently organized Florida Au tomobile Dealers' association might be the proper agency for conducting a national advertising.' campaign next year, about the fine ; Florida roads, as they are among the: chief beneficiaries of automobile travelers. If they are not in position to tjarry the burden of large advertising contracts of this na ture, possibly the proposed statewide organization- that is forming might give them some financial support, or help them to put on an organization campaign and seem. members enough to carry that work: by themselves. The organization committee ap pointed at the meeting in this city last month are busily engaged work ing out plans for the proposed state wide organization, and expect to an nounce a name for the organization, the scope of worB to be undertaken, and a plan for financingthe work, shortly after the first of the year. , LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Louisiana, Sabine Pass Sabine Pass gas buoy, 2, ported extinguished. December 21, will be lighted as soon as practicable. C. & G. S. Charts, Nos. 517, 202, 203. Light List, Atlantic Coast, 1910, p. 364, No. 2158. Buoy List, 8th District, 1918, p. 43. Coast Pilot,-Section E, 1916, p. 125. By order of the Ccanmissioner of Lighthouses. L. E. NOBLES & CO. Agents Hart Schaffner & Marx and Kirs chba ton Suits Shooting of Lord French Map by Cable LODCP M'"-ri-.p- , AtllT,,,"n mmhr, Hickory Camn No, "1. W. O. W. Asrsment No. 12 .for the month of Teember 1 due ami jav ?bJe .11or before th First of Janusrv, 1st. If20. All members deTInouent aft er that date will stand susnTw?rj C. J. OERTINO. -Clerk. 6C67 MASONIC TEMPLE. .. v-wial .communication of Feamb!a Tfldge No. 15. F. A. M. M0n j day, December 2"th, at 7:30 p. T Jm- work in the K. A Degree. Visiting brothers fraternally in vited. . SAMUEL PASCO. W. M. F. T. RICHARDS, '; Secretary. . T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. - Furniture 90 E. Yright. Phone 1995 FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You 918 Phones 919 Phone 1788 Garter Brokerage Co. Export, Freight Brokers and Forwarders Let us en page your space when you want room for export. We are alwyas posted as to lowest icelzi rates and available space. Room 405, Thiesen Bids Pensacola. FRESH BUTTER COUNTRY S5e POUND PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. Pastuenzed Dairy Products Phone 1321 Ko. 12 W. Garden St. THE MORGAN THORSEN TRANSFER COMPANY TRUCK OR TEAM SERVICE Phone 710 J?3t& FRENCH WAS rftg-S T XT riTZ. Teourr: By which. ffS. WV ASSASSINS ESCAPED - :--sCi-- VA.VCojSTABLE LOUGH LIM -"v, se. ?:.va Ail 9 ''Ai'ry r e--. sssae SPOTU WHERE ) T3UPKEAND CAVTNDlSU ' WERE KILLED IN 3832. This chart, celved by cable from the London bureau of the Newspaper Enterprise Association, illustrates gr aphically the attempt on the life of Lord French, lord-lieutenant of Ireland. French was attacked just after he left 'Ashtown railroad station. The attack continued until he reached the roard-house on the main road to Dublin, where Constable McLoughlin joined in the firing on French assail anLs and was ; killed. The assassins Vi-a wnv in th. vice-rearal lodee in Phoenix: . VV i J--f-f LOUD Park, near which, n 1882. Lord Frederick Cavendish, chief secretary for 4?jor7j- Ireland. - and Thomas H. Burke, undersecretary, were assassinated. .