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Twenty-Five Cents Per Month. nranozrß ka» its. SECOND YEAH. NO. 15. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE ENJOINED FROM GIVING AWAY THE PEOPLE'S MONEY-WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT IT The Hangman Creek Bridge Is Nothing More or Less Than a Graft for Half a Dozen of the Big Property Holders on the West Side of the Hollow. BTJIfIiCTIXT. The 'Press has the name of one of the'most prominent property osrners, who announoea his willingness and Intention to begin Injunction proofed tags to prevent the commissioners from carrying out their present polioy of Issuing 925,000 by the oounty, In eaae they Insist on making tha dona tion. Orie hundred thousand dollars worth of bridge to accommodate lese than a dozon big property holders by Increasing the value of their property la the estimate made at tlie court house of the advantage that Is to be gained by building the new high bridge ncroFS Hangman creek at Blxth nvenue. Information gathered In the office of the county assessor would Indicate that this estimate Is correct. it was found on the assessor's books that John A. Finch, W. H. Cowles, A. 8. Crowder, D. H. Dwlght, owner of the Dwlght building on Illverside avenue, and Councilman J. H. Boyd arc the people who would THE PRINCESS HAD VERY QUEER TASTE Eloped With Coachman Who Had Horsey Manner and Coarse Voice BE&Lfrf, » .'. 14.—Details pub lished today illative iii ths elopement of Princess Alice give tlie coachman's name un Kill lo r.'atrenl. ail Italian, who ls the husband of one of the princess* houaematdn. lie is a swarthy, ugly man with horsey man ners and coarse voice. The princess Is tall, graceful anil ultra refined, Her husband is also a man ot\refine ment jijul powerful figure, He ls the Only one who has beep ignorant for some time past of his wife's infalti- Btion tot Materni, The alajsomont is still the sense- IMPORTANT MEETING OF SPOKANE JOBBERS A meeting was held this morning in the office of Culleu & Dudley in the Rookery block of the committee ap pointed at the recent meeting of the men hauls of Spokane, at which they were addressed by Mr. Snbiu of the Portland Merchants' Protective asso ciation. The meeting this morning was only a preliminary nffnir. Articles were! drawn setting forth the objects of the proposed association in ihi* city. A nmne has begn decided upon as the Spokane Jobbers' 1 association. Iv the formatiou oi mi association of this kind the merchants of the coast cities have found that it nssits them in lighting all encroachments of whole snlcrs of other ar| nenrby cities which in branching out? for trade enter the territory of other jobbers. This results in a somewhat tierce competition. When one Of these associations are formed all the jobbers band them selves to devote their energy to ward ing off all encroachments of the job bers oi other cities, thus with their Mine Disaster. FT. SMITH, Ark., Nov. 24. Four teen are helirved to have been killed by ■firedamp explosion in the Central roul mines nt I lona uk.i. eight miles south of here, this afternoon. Three bodies have been recovered. No hope for the others, mostly foreigners, Robbed Postoffice. MANTICOKS, Pa., Nov. 14.—Four ainsked men succeeded In entering the postofllce here Inst night and blowing open the safe. They got away with ISSOO, No clue fibs . , benefit chiefly by building the new bridge. Smaller would-be benefie iarles are W. L, Root. M. B. Dolan, Maud 1,. RalltOn, Marshall Shaw, trustee, and Minnie J. Davis. Of the property holders named above it is said that John A. Finch owns nearly all of Alphonse addition, south of tho west end of the bridge, of I'nlon Pacific addition, a good deal of Queen Ann addition —approximate- ly 200 acres. A. S. Crowder and W. H. Cowles probably own 40 acres in Terrace Park. I'nlon Heights and a lnrge part of Winona addition. D. H. Dwight ls ah extensive owner in Queen Anno addition, in the Aber nethy trait, and still farther west In Harden Springs addition. J. H. Boyd lias a fine home and owns consider able property .in Qunon Anne addition. The Pacific States Investment com pany, of which A. S. Crowder is the director, owns extensively In Winona addition. In the estimation of a conservative real estate man this morning, the building of this magnificent bridge and two street railway lines would Hon and talk of the court circles nnd elite of the German capital. Princess Alice was a great favorite at the palace, where she received many fav ors and much attention from the kaiser himself A few weeks before tin 1 recent operation was performed upon him he gave an entertainment 111 her honor which was one of tho most notable society events that the emperor has taken part In for several months. The royal family was large ly represented. The press has been very 'guarded tn referring to the matter so as not combined influence they nil help one another. The principal objects of the Spokane Jobbers' association, providing it is formed, will be to promote the best interests of this section nnd to make Spokane a larger and better jobbing center than it luis been in the past. In organising it will be for the purpose of keeping Spokane as the center of the territory which it already has ns well as to increase this territory, by branch ing out in every direction wherever there is nny tade that can possibly be handled from this city. Another proposed object is to facil itnte collections, and also to establish a thoroughly sale credit business and generally to co-operate for the mutual Benefit <>f all. socially and financially, Aii'iigrrenirnt setting forth these va rious propositions will be circulated amongst all the jobbers of Spokane, and if enough signatures run be secured, a date for 8 general meeting will be set and on that date the association will be formed, and a constitution nnd by- Isws promulgated. A Dream Wedding. KENOSHA, Wis., Nov. 24. Think ing it would lip v great joke, Dell Old and Ktta Frances iluy.wuod catnC here from Kiilam. 17.00, Mich,, and wi re mm ried, with tht" weird ceremonies laid down by the followers of the Annus Mohammedan sort, ah the itrnnge teneti of tlie eastern religious cere inoniei wen- followed, 'i he young people are not believer! ill Ihe religion, hut wanted a Hch.uxl to nunrv them for the novelty. I Now their parents declare they must many again, as they lay the ceremony did no more toward making them man I and wife than if they had dreamed 'it. NINETEEN ON BACK PLATFORM. TH*; H l KKKT CAM MOO IN IFOKA Nl The Spokane Press. treble the value of these extensive real estate holders almost immedi ately. In other words, for every dol lar that these big holders of property would di\re give towards building the bridge bis return In" increased value of real estate would be three times the investment towards building the bridge. Despite these facts these wealthy property holders are idly waiting for the common taxpayers of the city to step In and Increase the value of their land holdings enormously. Up to the present they have not even equalled the paltry sum of 15000 of fered by each of the traction com panies for the use of the bridge. Each seems to be foxily laying low and waiting for that part of the city east of Hangman creek to build their bridge. "It ls simply preposterous for the city to build that bridge at present," said n subordinate city official today, who, for obvious reasons, did not want his name used. "Spokane prop er, 99 per cent of her taxpayers, would not derive a penny's worth of to give olfense. The Mow. it Is be lieved, will be unite a serious one to the kaiser, who. ns is well known, ls not In the best of health. it is believed that the police are act lug under orders In not arresting the elopers. So far the papers have contained no Intimation of their whereabouts, but it is not thought that they have left Germany, as the impressive personality of the couple would make them so conspicuous that they would soon be located. Later—Princess Alice's elopement was not unexpected by adherents, who claim that, although the prince joined the Catholic church in order to marry her. be soon became ..intol erant and conducted a liason with a Dresden actress. One story is that Malernl's wife surprised the prin cess, and her husband and abused the princess for alienating tier husband's affect lons. The prince, aroused by the noise, quarrelled with the princess, who, later, left the ensile, after which the Maternls were kicked out. Ma terni followed the princess on the next train, anil it is now ascertained that they have gone to Milan. ill FOR TEH ftffi The Bulletin, a Paper the Catholics Will Run During Fair Arrangements have been completed for publishing the daily paper. "The Bulletin," which is to run during the 10 days of the Catholic fair. The tlrst number of "The Bulletin" will be ready for distribution Thurs day morning. It is to contain pro grams for Thursday. Friday and Sat urday nights, a partial list of the do nations nnd money given, and ar ticles descriptive of nnd pertaining to the fair. Beginning yesterday a large force of men was put to work constructing sidewalks and clearing away unuped building material from about the new church. tin the opening night Mayor Boyd, ex Senator Turner and Bishop O'lVn nic to speak. Bishop O'lVa delivering the chief address. NEW YORK, Nov. 14.—Julian Wallbrldg* vi*. the well known painter of California icenery, 'died here today. DUBOISB, Pa., Nov, 9*.—ln a mine explosion mar hero this afternoon sev eral man are reported killed. Julian W. Rix Dead. Killed by Explosion. SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903. benellt from building the bridge. "Our city is already facing one of the worst financial problems in its history, and yet some of the higher olHelnls seem willing to sit Idly by and see us put in the hole for $4 7,000 more at the start to build this bridge, to assume the obligation of making a fill at a probably additional cost of $20,000, and to assume the re sponsibility of keeping the bridge in repairs while It is being used by the people west of Hangman creek and by the traction companies. For one. I think The Press would be doing a meritorious service If It could kill this bridge project, for some years to come at least." All of the city officials are discuss ing the bridge matter since The Press pointed out the absurdity of It sev eral days ago, and it is not improb able that a new phase may be given to the affair when it ngaln bobs up In the city council for tlie closing of contracts. "The Press struck a sledge hammer blow yesterday to the grafters," said SAD LUCK iii cnunns City Clerk Fleming Came Back Home to Find Lots of It City Clerk Charles Fleming is being quietly "joshed" by his friends be cause of his rank failure in the capacity of body guard to Mrs, Fleming and the children on a recent trip from their old home in Eva C laire, \\ is. Mrs. Fleming and the family, except ing Mr. Fleming, went cast six weeks ago. They made the trip through the various eastern cities without mishap. Then Mr. Fleming did the gallant thing and made a flying trip east two weeks Hgo to see that they got safely home. The return was made without inci dent until the Northern Pacific depot was reached in this city. Then Mrs. Fleming's pocket was picked. She lost a line gold watch and chain and her money. Mr. Fleming wasn't aware that anything hud happened until his wife discovered her loss outside the depot. That wasn't the worst. In his haste to get away Mr. Fleming forgot to turn off the water in their homo on Cannon hill. Ihning the told of last week the pipes free and burst. \\ lien the doors were opened by the returning family the water rushed out. Carpets were ruined and the wall paper and platter were damaged. Mr. Fleming hus a belter opinion >i the ability of the Spokane depot pickpockets than he used to have. Wolf Wanted Meal. MONTGOMERY, vv. Vs., Nov. 2 4 — Chief of Police Soulsliy. f,. O. .Custer and I'erry Rinell returned from a shooting trip, bringing with them the remains of mi animal that attacked the chief, and but for a timely stud from a rifle in the bands of one of the others, would have put him In the clear. The beast, so the k/.titers aver. Is a specimen'of lupus sylvae tus. although what an animal with such v name would be doing nt large when so many circuses are running around is strange. When the name Is translated into timber wolf the animal does not appear so ferocious, on paper. Killed by Laughter. ST. LOIIS, Nov. 24.-Amused at the antics of her sister's little children. Mrs. Josephine Mosby, cousin of Holla Wells, mayor of St. Louie, laughed heartily. An hour later she complain ed feeling ill. and the next day she died. A coroner's inquest disclosed the fact that excessive laughter had ruptured a blood vessel and mat heart failure had followed. The direct cause of death was a violent paroxysm of mirth. lift, Moiby was well known socially and prominent in the Christian church here. Had Two Hearts. SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Nov. 24 — While cleaning one of a bunch of ipiail that he had shot. I'alviu Wren made the astonishing discovery that the gird had twin hearts. No record of such a phenomena occurring before has ev*r been heard of The bird was to all appearances an ordinary quail. Hoth hearts were perfect in form and equal in si/e. being slightly smaller than the ordinary quail heart, and were connected together by veins and arter^ ics, apparently working in unison. Wood Gives Battle. MANILA. Nov. 24—The Wood expe dition has returned to Jolo alter light ing a battle Friday, destroying a More stronghold. One American was killed and two wounded. Eight) Mofo's were killed. Korean Commerce. SAN in: W't [SCO, Cal , Not, 24 - The United Male- is moving to open up to the commerce of the world an other port iv the hermit kingdom of Koici Minister Horace N- Allen, the American representative in Korea, w ill shortly proceed on a battleship lo VViju, the port to Vie opened. Anarchists. CBERBOUBO, Nov, 24 Two at-l tempts were made Suuda> to derail the tram beating the king and ~»o-i ol Italy while letuining lo Home A sol diei near M.usclllce piled rotk. on the truck. a man on the Inside, who has kept a bright eye on the Hangman creek Job. "Not over 5 per cent of the whole town is in favor of the tiling. It ls certainly plundering the city treasury to get the towu to put in 128,000. As analyzed by The Press last night from 70 to 85 per cent of the county's taxes ls contributed by tho city; so. at least $17,500 of the county's alleged appropriation of $28,000 to the bridge Is directly drain ed from the city, making the city's share $42,500, instead of $25,000. "There are those In this community who know that not 2 per cent of the population Is benefited; but fThe Press Is generous and places It at 5 per sent. The franchise-fed monopo lists, the street railway companies and the big real estate men arc mak ing a grandstand play to have the city ' Improve private property by a donation of $60,000 for private gain. "It is as 'much a private graft as though those Interested put tha cash down In their own pockets. "It is bunoomb to talk about the people being served. Our city trees MRS. GREENBERG SAYS SHE CAN NOT ENTER POLITICS Talks Entertainingly About the School Board Election and the Woman in Political Life—Believes in the Three R's. Hurt's "A Contented Woman" may soon pos-i'oly lind its parallel in Spj kane. From present indications Mrs. H. tV. Qreenberg, wife of the well known former manager ot the Inland Printing company, seems destined to assume the role made famous by Miss Misk*-11. Mrs. Qreenberg hasn't the slightest desire to enter political life, nnd us she sat chatting pleasantly in her comfortable home. 1019 Courtland avenue. The Press man felt n mighty responsibility and felt almost guilty in trying to introduce the subject of po litittd life- for woman. The Press could well see why Mis. Qreenberg does not care especially for tlie honor of being Spokane's first woman office holder. And yet— "Jos would accept, wouldn't you?" suggested The Press. Mi's. Greenberg's luce broke into a baaed smile, she hadn't thought of Panama's Minister Here BBKOR PHILIPPE HI NANYA RILLA. He was in New York representing Panama business interests when the republic was declared. He was noti fied by cable of his appointment as minister, and at once went to Washing ton. Miss Vanderbilt, Jr. Ni:w york. Nov. 24.—A daughter was born today to Airs. William K. Vauderbllt, Jr. DEATH-DEALING TRAFFIC IN NEW YORK NffW YORK, Nov. 24 - New York i« stepping on its own feet. Traffic has tripped up traffic. Live, are lost, legs broken, ihini and elbows bruised, Safe ty, lane and temper are gone. It is unbearable, So is the traction system; so is lln' street cleaning, the paving and -eseiage. The New Yorker is •low to auger. Hut this is the limit. Tod«\ the aldermen arc moving for a WILL GET REWARD FOR SAVING LIVES BALTIMORE, Md.. Nov. 24—For his services in recovering the bodies of dtowncd persons. Fnimanucl Rob ert, or si yearn a ferryman on the Pat a 'sco river here. Is to be given a haml tome medal by the city and a mora substantial token in bank. For two generations Baltlmoreans who have frequently seen Resort's name In Vint in connection with tie tin,l- Marriage Licenses. Marrtag* licenses were Issued to day ua foIIOWS flenry X roh n and Laura Howeis. lluriy Culbert SOtl Ltlltuu llia.ch, all of IpolgaWa, aud j. gj. Oetfcro* and Ethel l>avta of gjaangli ury Is depleted. We owe at this mo ment $15,000 in back bills, and are raising hsaven and earth running around trying to tax newsboys, mes senger hoys, landladies and others to get In more coin. Ihe middle classes ami the merchants should join hands and take a firm Stand against the grnfters. The town is playing Into the hands of a gang that ls trying to hold up the people. "The system In vogue here, placing special license taxes on every line of business, is the result of extrava gance In city affairs. "And it will all be paid for out of the hard earnings of the wage-earner and the over-taxed business man, who is looked to to keep up the pace." Something like a year ago the city proposed to the county authorities thul the latter ought to look into the question of its responsibility In case of an accident nt the condemned Hangman creek trestle. Tire commis sioners asked Deputy Prosecuting At torney Poindexter whether the coun ty would be liable. going into politics, "I was never more surprised than when 1 saw my name iv tlie paper,'' she replied. "I'm sure 1 can't understand how the story was I circulated." "lint, of course, it would be a great honor, anil no doubt there is much good work a woman might do. 1 was brought up in a family decided to edu cation. My lather was for many years president of the agricultural college at Si. Anthony's park, between St. Paul and Minneapolis. I taught at the Bald- Win seminary, St. Paul, at one. time and had classes in the Hutchinson | high school. I also taught at Qlettcoe." "What is your idea of school work?" "I believe in the three R's, the foun dation of all real knowledge, it the j pupils are w ell grounded in these the rest follows naturally. My father used |to say if the boys and gills could read well, cipher and >\ rite a fair hand j they were prepared for liie's battle. 1 And I am istisfiod there are pu|uls in GIN MILL WILL GET A LICENSE The tip has gone out at the city hail that C. K. Thornton and Benjamin J.| Dnnwoodie are to get a license for a saloon in the brack on Riverside ave nue between Post and Lincoln streets. This is one of the Riverside avenue blocks that has been tacitly held free from saloons lor several years past. !t is one of the blocks frequented by wo men anil children shoppers in the retail dry gooda center o[ the city. He cause the street ha« been frequented by women and children the cry has hereto fore been "saloons must keep out." In speaking of the matter today a city official said: "Thornton ft Dunwoodis are said to be backed by the liquor interests and by gambling men. I understand that that the wires aie all laid for them iO get the license. "tine of the reasons given for locat ' ing the saloon on Riverside avenue straightening of the deadly tangle. When the alderman move it really is the limit. This city lost 53S souls in the street i traffic hist year. They were hilled out , right. You can't count the people I maimed, crippled and wounded. Bonis 18,437JOS New Y'otkeis lost their tem per. It's e\cn numbers if you don't I count Morgan and Rockefeller. They feme otl the street crush bjf S cab. iiik of 'Hoatera" have Uaagtnad that ttiat is hla huelnssa but, us a matter of fact, tha old man has never re ceived a penny ol oowpenaatlon tor tits service und has tir.vrr .'- - tor uny, although the list Of unfortu nates whose bodies he tins found end restored to their relatives and friends fotds up to 30S. Given a Chance. Lttciea Y'ignier, * Frenchman lltttt" ed (or \agi.iiu , , wns given a sbSSSI l'» go lo work l>y JsjSlieS Hinkle this aft eriicoii, the case against ban beiug continued until Satuiday with that Mr, I'olndexter gave nn oral opin ion that the structure being within the elty limits the whole affair was one of the city and not the county. ' Hut there is another opinion, a written one. from the commissioner's office, in the form of a letter to the' city council of Spokane. It related to the bridge between Qlover'S and Havermule's islands and the city was notified that "The said county of Spo kane and the said board of commis sioners thereof have no Jurisdiction! or authority over the said bridge, either to repair or maintain the same, or t<> do any act whatever in connec-, tlon therewith, and hereby renounce; any obligation on account thereof. 'The said bridge is simply a part 1 of the public way or street within the corporate limits of the said elty. and the statutes of this state spe-' clflcally and positively give tKe ex clusive Jurisdiction over all the streets and public ways within the j corporate limits Of any city to tlie municipal authority of the said city." j That tills the story of the county's j our schools today, in higher grades, who do not understand the three R's. "Yes," said Mrs. Qreenberg, with i merry twinkle, "now-. I have two girls ill the high school, and 1 believe their mother could give them a sum in frac tions that would set them thinking. "Now , ns to going to the board meet ing, it would be late at night, wouldn't it?" she said. Mr. Qreenberg entered the room at this moment, saying: "Yea, ami about the time the fun begsn a lady would have to leave to catch the last car. "If there were only a couple of ladies i running." went on Mr. Oreetiberg,! "There ought to be at len«t two on the board, at any rate." "Hut 1 never would inn,' broke in Mrs. Qreenberg. "T wouldn't think of it. I'm contented at home as 1 am, and why do my friends wish to run nic in politics':" A broad smile crept over her face. It seemed amusing to her. Sacred Spot on Riverside to Be Sacrificed for a Rum Shop neor Lincoln street is that it will he within ,1 block oi the proposed new fedesal build up. w ill be on a direct route to the building, and will be pass ed daily by thousands of men having business at the federal building. Several years ago the council agreed that no saIOOB should be allowed to operate on Riverside uvenue west of Mill street, ami up to now no s.ilooii^ The Story Denied. LONDON, Nov, 24. -An Exchange telegraph correspondent si st. Peters burs w ires today that there ia no foun ds t ion [or the story that a Japanese Seat had interrupted a Russian squad ion bound for Koi OS . Gives Green Milk. NEW HA \ EN, Conn.. Nov. 24 - Just becSUSS his cow. for which be paid.£4s, gave milk lh.it lescmblcd the emerald in hue. Farmer Kucrie has sueil the man from whom he purchased the bo\iue, for *T5. He bought the tow en the strength that she would produce eight quarts of milk daily, color not specified, and was horrified when he learned that the lacteal fluid was given He changed the position of the pail, thinking the reflection from the sun caused the hue, but it made no ditfeience, and now he is after damages. Must Leave Town. .Tallies Henderson, who works on a ranch cast of the city, was lined HO und coats in police court this afternoon tor habitual drunkenness), but the Ane was remitted prowded he leave town and slay away. Epidemic at Frisco. SAN I RANI ISt'O, CW., Nov. 24- An epidemic ot whooping cough is pre vailing iv itie outlying districts in tlit- southern part of the city. Kugene O Hani hist four children in leas thau one week. The rifIII and last child i> at the point of death at the county hospital. The in-thei- i* seriously ill gt heme Any Advertiser May Examine Onr Circulation at Any Time. weathei—Tonlgat au« Wedneedsy, cloudy. position three year« ago just as the commissioners sent It t<> the city fathers). When Commissioner Dean, the old est in point of service of tlie mem bers of the present board, wns aahed about the nutter this morning, he . said: •We gave that money on the same principle that we gave money for the St. Louis exposition. I think we know the taw on the matter, and I be lieve we noted within our authority to give this money for this bridge. It makes It easier for the country people to get Into the city from the southwest, traveling on a floor very nearly level instead of going down hill through the gully and drawing the loads up on this side, i "We may ba wrong in our judg ment. We're not responsible for tho bridge or for damages resulting from ' It. if anyone wants to dispute our j view they can institute legal pro- I feedings." ' It reminds me of the early days,'* continued Mj - *. tjreenberg, "when I belonged to the Bolroeie. You know, one of the Spokane ladies lan for of fice. My. but the fun we had! She hir ed a horse and buggy and went around, getting votes, just like a man. Soon she wee in a strenuous political <om peign; anil, do you know, they began circulating the most ridiculous story: said she was a Catholic; her husband had fallen from the faith. It was re peated with great setioutmss, in cer tain quarters, and used in her election. Most ridiculous thing I ever heard of." 'Was she defeated?" inquired Tho Pres*. Mr*. Greenbefg laughed heaitily, ex claiming: "Snowed under." The Press finally withdrew with the idea that Mra. G'eenberg would cer tainly nuk" i \jltmble member of the Spokane school board ii she would con sent to run. has succeeded in getting a license for that district, although many ha\e tried to get iuch license. "1 am told that influences to get the new saloon license started with the mayor and have since extended to the members of the city council. From what I'm told, application for the It cense i* likely to be hied before the next meeting of the city council." WASHINGTON, Nov. 54.- After de bate between those asking adjoin i.uient of the special leeeioe and lis opponent* tlie house today adjourned until Fri day. At the white house this afternoon notice was |iven out that on account of the death in New York last night of Rooetvelt'i uncle, James Grneitj, tho white (rouse 14 in mourning and no further entertainment* will he gi>en after today until December 7, when the i tbinel ilmner occurs. The piesidcnt «ill attend the fvnsral Friday, Thanksgiving services are to be eeb brated in the Main Avenue Cath olic church Thursday morning. High, mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock, followed by un appropriate sermon. A pastoral has been received from Bishop o i)ea, urging all members of the church to attc-nd these Thauka giving serv ices. LONDON, Nov. 2*. An insane m*> made an attempt this morning to as sassinate Kenneth (graham, secretary of the Rank ot England. Four inef fective shots were tired lie was u> rested. The American Itrcwing compauy ol this city is no more. Last summer ite plant on Kti.t Ftp rages avenue was burned and today Judge X CO tut Si grant ed an oider oi dissolution and dsfia corpoialu-*. PKTCE: ONE CENT. In Mourning. Will Give Thanks. Assassin Foiled. Out of Existence.