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OUR WASHINGTON
NEWS NfTES
LATE TOWS ITEMS FB'M SUE
NATION S CAPITA*
NO SLÎCESSOR F« HYDE
Position to bo Vacated » Abolished
and th* Oooeriunent 'iil Kav* no
Chief Statistician-Tie Boycott
Washington.—" Thor will bo no
successor to Mr. Hyde The posifion
r»f chief stativtieian »'the Bureau of
. Statistics is abolishe,' The work of
making up »lie crop »ports will here
after be performed h a board, com
posed of the four orfive heads of di
visions in the Bunxu. When I am
here I will he chief •tatistician. When
I am not here Assistant Secretary
Hays will be chid' statistician."
Tun emphatic mnouncement was
made by Secrelar Wilson, and dimes
as the result of «refill consideration
of the situation b the Bureau of Sta
tistic« of the Dgiartment of Agricul
ture, growing ott of the eotton leak
scandal.
''None need y»PL v for the position of
chief statiatubn," added the Secre
tary. ''That office is a thing of the
past, and in tie future,either I myself,
or Assistant iecretarv Hays will j»er
sonally supetvise the making up of
the report*."
The Secretary states further, that
he would not announce his decision
on the question of making a new acre
age report, until he had givn a hear
ing to a delegation from the Southern
Cotton Manufacturers* Assoaiation.
Socrotary Wilson has mado public
the names of the four men who will
compose the Statistical Board which,
under tb* dhection of Assistant Serre
tary Willet S. Hays, will prepare the
Government estimates of cotton acre
age aad yields, as we.l as statistics of
cither crops. The Board will be com
posed of Victor Olmstead, present As
soriate Statistieian of the Bureau of
Statistics; S. D. Fessenden, an assist
ant statistician ; George K. Holme*.
Chief of the Division of Foreign
Markets, and W. W. Iking, recently
resigned as an asistant statistician.
The Board wfll meet in the office of
the Amarant Secretary of Agriculture
o perform it* labors. As the reports
Vom field agents come in they will be
«ken by Assistant Secretary Hays
ind locked in a vault. When all of
he report* have been received the
neuiberg of the Board will be summon
•d to make their estimates. This work
iss been likened by Mr. H*ys to •
ichool. H* will **rve as the teacher,
n<l the field agents will be the prob
emu to be solved, f The men will work
«dependent of e
tosults will b* *ut
other and their
Itted to Mr. Pay*,
o'
• ~ mwin examination
°'sr"»,hT—•

With the exception of | will
rSA*ÄTÄlS= m ts
zzh-ji r*«:
- . beenl°*
in tbe ^P ,rtm -^î c.atisticall Th
o'
lion.
• ~ mwin examination pe*
°'sr"»,hT—• T '»r
« „.d, »p f~» «• r"^ 1 "
termined result* of the
Board, the final repo*«

-le
rs
member* of
to be to
bnrTt air' At best the Gov
statistics are
believed by Secretary I—
the
dooru-towr
p telephon*
Lteide. «or any
from tb*
communies tion
chance* of any
be
The ba*«
the
ing
Slgl
talel
col
Boi
this:
to rt
pei
w<
Dei
ï® v <
os
tbe
rout
fe
td for F^t t Tj9p*y- l! S i / t î a
rettovJl^ralni witnjpd
>'

rout
>at
Fi
for
si
■n
of
aix asys s
niU
lev
!oi
^?nl
:he
Tivi
i»ki
pr»
JPV
:
tary
iakft W
-- . »«n — .
An uaustslly nrïtwt h-qutty w**|
ü.
-
SEC M
>uly labiaet . er
-•ad rs5*e,-. T'.e
is I t
rail
in
A
Iron.
131
l!
'
Pr»*ii<»nt K"
knoi
mtii :
t mi' a^ ». a j»tcd t ie Ct>urte$y
»f fret- <peciAi trains and <*ar>. but .1 *
bt*«n oll:e:alîv * ated :'at he w.Il
to so no More. &.S eonfiJenial ad
'•hit*. however, do not api>ear Ia) have j .
followed his example,
era! Moody U kn.swn to carry ps»*»s
and does Secretary Shaw, and too
uiformatMa is that the exit of tb#
Présidant V official family do likewise, !l
including the latest addition, Seen** ng
ary of State R.#:. S me of tbe-e
gentlemen make t: a ruie never :» a-k
T hint for a ('a«*, but keep auch as
come to them, lokittg upon them einip
tv as courtesies. They seem to take
Attorney (5
:v
n
e
ie
a
lie
the gi- ium) that phi-tically every trip
they make is on ottieial business, and
that the Government is just that nmeb
if
in if a paaa is used.
Until an armistice bas b<*pn ar
ramred bet *•♦*«* n the Ruasians and Ja|v
anese. or until hostilities are finally i ,
ended by a declaration of peace, the ,
American militai
the two armies will be kept in the
Seid. The probability of their recall
under any circumstances has not been i
considered by th* War Department ;
Right or our army officers —four with
the Kusaians and four with the Jap
anese—are now in the Bast. From .
private eources the news comes that
a # i a' .t
for profesAional reasons som»* of them |
would like to ret.ini home. Thev havt
I, . , « •• .» * ,
collected larjre quantities of piani,
« .... ..
maps .irHl note«, which they are fe«r- 1
ful of losing by theft or accident. Ev
ery day they remain with the armies
increase* the danger. It is also rep- '*
resentod lhat the officers who have
been longest at tlia front no longer ob- . ^
serve with a ''fraah eye." The long f
sictff* of service ha« had a tendency to i
wear off the keen edge of their zest
and exaggerate the value of routine.
is
U>
servers now with
ßl
j !ht

of
I
The retirement of Assistant Attor
ney General W. A. Day from the De
partment of Justice to accept tha po
sition of Comptroller of the Equitable,
under Paul Morton, w hile a great sur
prise to his acquaintances here, was
looked for by Solicitor General Hoyt. |
Mr. Iloyt said that the resignation ;
probably will go direct to Attorney :
General Moody. Mr. Day has been I
counsel for tbe Government in
greatest fight* against the trusts,
general counsel for the Interstate j
Commère« Commission he conducted |
the examinations of Paul Morton in
the notorious Santa Ke packing house I
rebate eaae. He v.as counsel for the |
Commission for the ten years prior to ;
1903, when he was appointed Assist- !
ant Attorney Genera 1 by Attorney
Mènerai Knog to take charge of re
C.
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i
j
'
j. g 1
AS :
:
j

ite and trui
| will be TW *" lrF ^, „f Panama. It j
ts ïZrfjsL rsa
g,-:« JS*«!
•rsrjiis»"« i
beenl°* involtotary »efi |tu e - |
Th State Department has been in-1
lion.
_
I— ^d
any
ba*«
iEtirSKKR
t î a U'âha« JB»®
IJbT'^E a^ß^l 1
— —'1—
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:
ü. S. GUNBOAT BENNINGTON
WRECKED BY EXPLOSION
WORE THAS A S'3BE OF HER CREW KILLED, SEVENTY-SIX !
INJURED, AND TWENTY-ODD MISSING BELIEV'D TO 1
*
j .
!l
ng
Washing! ti.—Officials of the navy list.
(«Primen; s:i<i naval otfitYra on ilu'y
n Wnafiingion were
e news came fron
and
appelled
San Diego lell
of the disaster which overtook v
gunboat Bennington. -V telegram
" from
»hen
tiic
!
Commander Young, ca)>- e»l
announeing ter
ie
a n of me Bennington,
nnd slating that nearly
killed or wounded. An v
lie explosion
•verybody was
trder wa» sent forthwith to the c'm
avv yard at Mare
of
under order
jiandant of the
-land to send ('apt. Drake, captain
if the
h-ers as were available to San Diego
yard, and such medical
i ,
,
i
;
.
an » r » n<,ls< '°
Thp Benninirtou waa a throc-mn*»to-Y
|
c
1890. 8be was f«»r tin*
_ . Q ... r ■ *
Tr<t tüik» «lune 20, 1891. 1 he Benninj*
1 1,31 ^ '
'* atle, . v
'cecn oa< ing n is am " r
. ^ a1 ,
f "" r ^M>o,.nder rap«'l Are guns and P
i nrt 5'' A 1 ,re °
L ' <,ut - V ' ung tel ® (fr " , ' h * d as
,
is quickly as |s«sr-i.inc.
The Bennington was
or 1'anama. where she was being sen;
Princeton and was
sc
U> relieve Ike
lave sailed from San Dieg
for the
•eived ".t
ßl huuM* hut a n*|x»rl was 1
j !ht <l#pÄrttn*»nt annonnrirwr that ti'«
• lYvosning had disabled a propeller
ere went for the Bcnning
port llarferd and
ind orders
ton to praceed ti
v the Wyoming from that (sot
on'
all
Slit 1 w as launched June », '
In
ton's engine* were twin »crew
Her ma
six inch I
<
Mutai triple expansion.
consisted
SIX
dors.
f»l
I lows ;
''Secretary of the Navy, Washing
ton—Since last message, Lieut. Perry,
r; J. Hitcher,j
|
;
:
I
j
| s0
in
I 1
|
to ;
!
re
C. E. Rushing, coal pas*
fireman first class, died.
''One body identified to he R. B. j
' Carr, apprentice seaman. Expect many
deaths before morning. Number'
i more
j of deaths, one officer,
' wounde-l, 21 missing.
I Signed )
Tti
I
' YDl'NG." I
Calif.—Twenty-eight j
!
33, men,
Son Diego,
g 1 dead bodies are lying at morgues, on |
the «leek of a ruined ve<- ;
amt on
f the United Slates navy, while
of men are lying grievously o
painfully injured in sanitariums and
ospitals and fif:e«-n sailors are mies
d probably have found demth in
s a result
: I''''"
r
Henning- 1
murniiig.:
: ing an
j the waters of the harbor,
of an explosion of a boile
the United States gunboa
ton at 10:10 q''cloek E'riilj
board
Ol
led'maas of
Henning- 1 aoly will have
murniiig.: d«r to examine
an explosion of a boile
United States gunboa
at 10:10 q''cloek E'riilj
board
Ol
It j ferryboat Ramon* accident
sæ --- tr.":;rt
srsrjÆ
i stsSv- rsrcî
| launch Gen. De ® u ***? g #n ^ water
in-1 nun ,t>e r of other ^ thc »eene at '
he
to
w 'i
JB»® haro been st' 1 «"- iag office'
vt*'"' 1 ''" 1 in wyi 0rt0 profit,
—'1— w * "" 7 1 .
I
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list. \ section of the npp. r tee', rv
i. Blood
farrunl a«ay ! rvuii stem'o
«ere
and
v
tiic
cloud of
Over it all hung a gre
nt, -moke.
who ce M Iw re.n
as calhsi •.. : ■ . v
!
v
\ pliysii an
e»l by telephone
ter front.
•h- of
. la.l
- I
. I
tx - I
. j The
(j,, I
Within 1
v ere on to» :
■ : earl» a
'ort :
leur
A dozen nr tlfteen wer,
board by the force of ti
plosion. Capt. Wenlwoi
king at the Renoingtou when
r A'cetirred. say» he saw human
Isslies hurled over a hundred 1. , . uj'
oui»!»,!.
who
■ * i#lt
taKeti from tu*
P
ID
, Illsas;
ward.
A boat was l«w»rcd fr -u the a—
sc 1V sale and most »t I thrown
atcr were picked up and
into the
talu'n *»n b*Mrd.
The -hock of the expl»st»n pene
trnted every section of the »hip. Pur
!i»n.s of tlie upper deck were earned
awnv and givat damage «a- done ,n
tea,
to
the
all seel ions.
Most of the dead and injured were
I
' 'stl-cn a-s
»f the ni" , i
into;
The hollies of manv
off
tor
the ship were mutilate.1 almost beyond I '
I Commander Young, a- son
reached ill* »hip. gave u
air tight compartment*
revent the listing ship sinking and
< that the magazini 1 * he liooded to a'»id
recognition.
as he
irders that t'.iej
he clos.nl to
*" th " ^ ,nrf h " lw '" n l
hcr.- moft of the dead hodi.-s .
as not until late in
e last were removed
further exploMon*.
For a long time
the hot steam piv | *!
vented a»
lay »nil it
afternoon that th
.leek*
j from the boiler r,
«aid,
o m«.
exploded, it i*
The boiler which
was regarded a* unsafe
Com
T.
mander Young stated that during
I recent return from Honolul
I steam pressure was kept reduced in
j that particular one.
When the explosion occurred the ((
! engineer was insjieeUng the boiler* «* I
* jireliminary to the vessel's leaving I
port and h» wa* not serious injured. ,.
Offieer* ami nun who were aide to
t lie
|
;
in
r
assist in reseue act,si in a brave and
collected manner.
The ship's Miner works »re a tang
led'maas of machinery and she prob
1 aoly will have to be -dismaktled in or
d«r to examine he it iniixrira
tth*
ipany
ybiUlp'» Dtvorc* Bnlt.
• "
ssä «• r
Prinee's duel *'M ' tl|e prince*«
at ' Keglesvitch. *' t ^ to Mat»s»i«' J -
thue
eral
here.
will
s «10,400
■olatioa of
eon
he
in
Prine«*««
of tb*
'i Lta ' 1 S=ssn=to
tSrenarint f«W BmifP*» 1 **
. -The Dookhobor*
.
I
l
Indemnity Demand.
-Te <t
I« u
«. 1. A
n
t:
Vrv
» iS 'I
u.
! "
1
11 .Wifi
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ho
ic d
f Via.! ■
inn»m
A
"i n M i
uml
W <N*needeil b\ K i> . 1 .
e t.
i
Conference on Charit. e<
l W: land. Oren.
ne. of New York
• . V,
vdw.iid t n
v
;il t
of Chari:
la.l »"it
I Other otheers
fleont« L Sei
I I'resident ; J
- I Alexander Johmmn. Yew
j The Kxee
I twenty vice presidents, and Michm
an,
Hitquel,
Treasuivr
and t
of the aii'uial Cim
Ho:
eie choi
l. teOlis
.. Kt . \ .
r ret ary.
York
1
eral
S.
ei
nine Commil !•■,• n. ludi-s l.
Oi Vo : -, lî' bcrt .
,,f Yc
ID
,f New Y. rk. «
»sen
Road RadneM Rates
The S ul and Kasan Rail
Tokio.
s» m Co- !
ween
and endeavored |
branch road
line
Threat- made hv ti Ch a »her of Com i
j
again«! |
hich he i
charged «.<*. aukoniwtion of per j
»nnrrtion with nlh'fvd fraud ;
I,, will mlisidired t»
way ( ompany,
encourage .lapa
tea, trebled the fr, gdit rates bet
V. enterjo
Seoul and Chamulp«
up on the huaiewt
•es sustain! 1 on the ma
to ti
the 1
I meree to complain 'r> Tokio that this
■ trade h is forced
action i« restraint;
the company to make
eduction in ratis to go
, i
an a|«i|ogetic
effect
off
I '
next Mondav.
he
t'.iej
Talmage Ca*e Dismissed
The
Portales. Mix
Benji
,-*-!•
to
11. Talmafe. in
un
fl'
jurv in * % *
Irnt Und rn trio« in So* Mr tiro« "**
difinriiwd at the ro*|Mo«t of A**Ul*nt
n l Cited States Attomcv E. S. w edler |
. Thr( , r <)f th(l phtrRt , t n » a ,„«t Tilmagv
hav , withdrawn and he » now
| *!
fourth charge.
triod
Ml il
Dispute Over Bond.
i*
Trca*ircr T
. ,wka, Kai*. Slat*'
T. Kelly refused formally the imnand
of Gov. Hoch to give a new lend f" r
er that itupard by th*
failure of C. J. Devlin, who was on«
1 tho
in $7,10,000 1
the (( f Kelly'» principal bondunuw *
«* I Governor announced that he would dc
I ,.[ ar# the office of Slate Treasurer va
,. anl because of Kelly's rxrfnsal.
to
lie
,\
' Remain* of Paul Jon**.
Washington.—It wa« «tuted a* tb
Navy Department that the final^to
triment of the remain* of John 1'*«'
and
or
all
Joue* may not Into
U
vsult.
*1
««» n °t
J -
BnrvMt Hrarly Destroyed.
Madrid.-A hnnioase h»« ,,mr '
entirely destroyed «,« harvest in H**
provinee* of 8ara«o*k an,I t accrt 1 ".
thue adding imraone« to the gen
eral dietree*. It too <
entirely euapend all »
against th* dearnee*
here.
net«
wherever
wire.
de nied t
snncey M j
Aix Le* tion:
k a» protest
f i»rovi»H)n*
Depow OomUgkm«.
New York. -Senat
Denew baa returned
SlCTea to Pari* aad wiBjl for New
York. Wh«n oskod affKdays *tt"
wbelker he would ratufd America
in view of the EquiUWP-Vy m.t
tor*, the Senator to«ji ^ W» bt
would not b reak up htV '%n. \^«etov«
SI ^BritT^Auü-^nto^to^ 8t ? W ^ 1 wait
Sheffield, Ala. 4 "T.r in weasionj
BAptist convention wbj to a( *eptL^...
here, unanimously _ R*etofel-1
«2.5,000 offered by J»H m h , u for LtJ
br toward building a There! g
Howard College a , mo ng u,e 1
not a «I' 1 ° p iiul *c<*P»-1*5,000
St
f delegate*
o

WU* » m'» vhe^iatriet ye*
1 to another vi- at- ■ popnla
I
Inna al
and I,
dis- 1
r
I
>d
t
NEW ORLEANS
HAS THE FEVER
quarantines are put on
TELLOW rCVGt HAS BEEN DE
1 LAÏILDTO EXIST.
No Ticket* Will tow be Sold to point'
*» Alabama. M*»;5s:pp; 1D d T exJk :
| —Trying to «nr let it to Froacm I
Locality.
Vew Or1eaoa.-«*|I)'.;
» - m • H
eur* ,
aes* in « e inn I t
almost exclus, velylv
i lalion.
'o' pa<i j
n !
.'ever heir
a
i v occupier
r> ii-n popu
a f
N
eases »f t'f fe
to exist outside o|:
nr three, which »I ,i:r
t»> it. and the ir# ■, I a , n
s«|u*n>* in «tennis under t
disinfection.
r are Vu uti
e tw<
X:
ill
' tr:
st
It is •xpaetrdlfc'rt
adopted and opened *IU be
ful in art,Baalim he infyseti
nature of which »uq
low fever, «bon*! Iw nut,fi n |
mga ia on*
t fK*
rn^nxYiro 1
-HOT -
on, tin
•led lo he vr 1
fly dcienmncd t h.
the
aa a «aacluaxoa.
A meeting of ».ling
! H'e Mayor and r be«.U of the Stall
!»•»«* city H«aithj>e ( ,a IM „,. nu
| "<* m*Hsnrea eviipe He«»
prevent furtdiorL
ferda«>n or «qirfwirf that whirh exi«'
i »nd a aonflilenefcat it eau and wi!
j t>e stamped rail tiiely.
''•duilnianlotinke, M. I).,
"Cj Health Officer."
Thia etotemerf>f the fe
Bon wraa iwauedi Dr. Kohnke. fo|
lowing a wenea ,1
officials and rilia
| Th* followipo
i to th* eitir.rtr d/Yw Orleana
j m g.»« j^Cm*" W ".V by th«
;
v«*d
Orle«
ill
e; 11 wens
rni I ran : n>
ti
the
'»«ion of the
■a
and
or
Y
ver situa
11
aid,
»I far*lice with city
i|x»rtar»| address-»
wa-* ai
ntn
Vmr\*h Mi*di**ar»t
avid *1
t#e
| eiafy
no*
pial
lie
city
of ev
limit
exitts Ih our
I
I
,'An emergen
whirl, demand* 'he attention
individual, fitb the view to
.read of epi
rr f
.ug and pravening the »(
demie ffineane- 11 '»•* W " . .,
rally proved tlat tb. moaiuilo » G
only mean, of the t«Ra»m.t.m, of Y'
low fever. an*| mea-ure* ahouM b.
(•eeially dir*->"J .*•«••» »bem
"It i. *»p»eia"y «rged by the «in
derwigned t*.t »he fc*«»wnUf
h* followed by the b(
•ieiitirt
r
111 sc
for the summei
directions
holder« of ihn city
months: .
• Tiret Empty all uftu.ed recep«*
ele* of water Allow no stagnant wa
ater on the premia**- fi-rnlae
"Seeond-Screen eister« after pi*«
email quantity ef insurance
rach eiatem) on
«ace!#
tb
ing a
tb«
all
in
•u]
"6r privy
vsult. 1
*1
«ace!#
"6r privy
vsult. 1
"FooHk-SIoep umler mosquitr
Art
owed
The
b»t.
tired
dead
net«
''Fiftb-Brccn d.Kirs nnd window«
wherever paible with fine sercer
wire.
"Quitan Kohnke.
''Health Officer.
''J.1 While,
"Surgeon 11R. P. II-, and M. H. S
"Advn-y Tommittee,
"Orleans Psih Medical S-qygflpy
Diepetebo* f« other
j Mississippi indi«e thj^j
tion:
Vick»hnrg—
wh^
Brst»!« 1 him
•-»«■a fi "'rjd
go.
hind
*
I secret
- B
H \ "tfc#
'
quarantine. „
MississjMdS**/"
Rhvgjfrt- Aid««
Lfilri«t omV^ ^ #tMD ,
\^«etov« * or ^ , » taken ;
1 wait a f*" A,y î' na town* *' 1
Km)| from »to hl
*eptL^... , r „„ n cil
Rbrevipo«» - x q uar*ntin«l*
LtJ of ' Health ''^«enger. *n'M.°a,
g , , t y,«, -T appropH*'"'!
1 baflffNP« " nA C krantin«, by pi»«' 1 -
*c<*P»-1*5,000 to "«fowa» mjf tra» n M
St «»-H. »* »VT,* «stahl i*bed |
Mi
noin
Vick »bur«
.0
nd
train*
decided tn
*'"> «c...
en
ted T'
rt
\
'
Sge
n »clion
other
to
ye*
popnla
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ary !
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New Y >rk —r- , y a n*m.'
>d trea
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Drake
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4 been *i'
, sailed J
v ba
i*rua'.d* nl '
H ■
V S,
t
to
x !'*.»—*•
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LIGHTNING save.» mother»
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PM
Phyt
Drci^rct I* StrArg*.
V
:
1 by «»»rin,*
i «
t.if* r*
of V
V, If
uf
f' nn* from t, ;
with bio
It war
cam» tc
mother.
w». left I,
• pi» » »4
:
I
Ht J»
>n Ma
rrl
Th*
In year« ole.
■n litten, ty
r a rortfriebt
*»tUa*
that worrtsJ
lau» in th*
\\
iarull
» prec
H U'\<r atlarU
l»h(
j Isi er anil hl<
In. m:tkin
three
nine Ihr
E I'll
>r I he
rounlry
Hoverln«, thu
of the urav•
l on the blink
I that on ibo
■tent tbuader
' hi n«" »t
ay the young
Untuning
an,I travel»«
j-oiinr mother
ha:
night of May
»'or111 bejrnn
No 13 IT.
wife.
II a 1
In th»
Main sir», i
terrllled
ek the chimney
tue room In which the
Ill
st
lav
In a moment the room was ware,
hut Mr Williams ran In. snntehed
his Wife from th» b»d amt hurr,e,| wtttx
h-»r to a neigh tnir ». a nurse carrrlaa
the habr.
• There Is
said the
no itoubt in my ntla<.~
phjralaBi
!>r. <». W Kauf
■( tin
'tie rhange that
the hl*h roan ti
"Under
man.
the electric
I woiMp
Williame
•■ut M
•mcry "
r
ordinary
cir.,ima»mau
>•• * >r Kaufmann 'the ymyr frmit
suffered a re 11 » that
ihiM-k. br' Itnprovs ^
e bear'd a woak
bably
would have
the fright ami
very moment sh
and will I
or so
r,,n * of tba
rad h I ta,
«"»•'A laav«'
"V 'be flash of
ftlHe.l^be rm. w ^
-a!
"Th.
myatertu
Y rnv and the /
effioacloi
■»
tn
doubt In
tn
w York is
11 gh t iiIuk
some wt i *i
aid, /.
À
on tjN«
dinar y
/lager*
extr*°r
on off'«
' w °*
t,.- '*>'t"" 1
S./
,* \\
CA
ntn
no*
pial
pon»'f
tli.-r on
they w
we»
tho
kt?
tor
atarün*
wa*e r
If he
1
to ,
within w'n*
c«lvo |5O0''Olh
pay hi* opponfffi l "
111 he hail wurvtvert
which the bet w»s to c* w tl«
look to expose hlmwetf t" '«»*
when military ..
I It. in other word», he w». dM wU
I lo let hlm*elf he killed.
moment of •*<'
ht» heir* »J
that «•»" 1
et t|b'
was *v.
1
U*r/,
dal
•m»
\
Hem»«» *
kin » Moscow merchant, ra«"
i„ ' »at hi* bool» - ' K J "J'" ., s
«»reed to *«" ,or P c " re blr m « m
Agwlnst LhU tb. opponent
ruble. Lomakin ate
no tim« ilml» wM .
„« and .wallowed on'T * —
each day. completing *
HU oppo»^
»«tin« »ha * äU§
sc
But
the t"A"
impoeA
WI atriw,
wa
pi*«

Nov- J".
oil \ him from _. „
on
„« and .wallowed on'T —
each day. completing *
HU oppo»^
»«tin« »ha * äU§
Nov- J".
him from _. „
A « -»prive Japanese o
. at Om*k. In Hlberta,
on
tha*
nearly ^IKA
Art hair hold out
owed tbe Jailer on Oct.
The Russian asked for 1 payment
account and offer*'! to J
b»t. The Japan**» sail
tired to hla atotkdtols
dead wlihMj^FtS .-W
mat*
at
pTi -
to
tool
the fire wBO
t pinch « y
had m - 1 •^TTTistoy tor
i' 1 » •*'***&'
" Th "bu rtm — «
Beau. bU , to
you would "" Teen I* »to —
and 1 cannot h •"" m> g « W»
xsrs£s~
eating P*~ , — g
Brumwel*"*
haaato •*
Oto
toK<*n
h«*
wh^
lift I"
him •
"'rjd
go.
hind
* rr1 "«
I secret of h>*
B »ke<l »bo" 1
\ "tfc# p°° r L
throat* yeers
' Once.
1 nuTatch H « we n known
hl w.' «lie« ' ** "j the H»*E'
fTraw-r. «-„'^d Bn.mmel.jJ«
M*n' htob '..^,t'a y°' ir ^»^
*n'M.°a, th« ''"'''„Jm' «** ^
-Tweaty«»" at
1 - well. ,h *"' nru , n m«l.
M pony.' b a run
| to In ^ (d
that la WW"
Terato» -
bT * A^w WW»»d
ball.
th«
T'
with a
ago.
least.
at
playln*
«a»
the «»»E
mu»»»
(to:
th*
II"
who pr
ol luck -to n
e*»lon. fto*"
the hr««** v^||
V.« •
.ine»IÏÏto»»£d
\ and promisen
. he
y^-ntr» Td
other hl.ck.tord
the «am«.
the
*1
me
other hl.ck.tord
the «am«.
*1
me
in
H«'«
be 1^
«Yen ti»*
attempt t®
beblaA
It
Why Tow !T^to a.4 *to*
I The columbine. bec * u ra ttoff
nail ,PUr aT| C nÄ ü "»ter Wrtoj^
ar,n t S ^
ftf \ of kvranlom U •
"" TuTeee that Ü**y ^
to « »■•■<
.hot y°"
turn y°" „i a.
th» 1°°* u ü.* a*—
me-nOl ** pod.- K
i of T. to a»tototo*t.S
ary ! peculiarity «» » *
•>»'M pod ^
»ist-l iTwlll WJftoMAto*
• ' .«tt.
fro«» »
to *>» •
to
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