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AND T1IH CA1H COUNTY IIKHAIJ) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPKn-AnsoiA'TF.LY CLEAN AND FIT FOR ANY MEM HER OF THE FAMILY To READ Volume XVI CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, MAY 15, 1914 Number 20 CITY SADDENED BY DEATH OF DR. NETTLES Funeral Services Held at Presbyterian Church Fri day Afternoon UNUSUAL AT- GEORGE CHAPPELL MEN ALMOST LOSE TDAPTIUCNEW 1 HURT BY AlllDfcNl: LIVES IN WA1EK i inj i i i uiuvv : FOR THE FAIR Committees Met Thursday Afternoon and Favor Show on River for Night. Falls In Open Cellar at Duckncr- Kaesdalc s and breaks kid and Cuts Body. August Tvirhman'M Boat on Which He Conducts Fish Market Sinks in Night. YOIKGJOY RID ERS MEET WITH ABRUPT HALT GIRL KILLS MAN WHO HAD RUIN ED HER LIFE j CONVEYED TO HIS HOME ! WAKENED BY WATER Auto Turns Oyer and Occu-! Says Ho Was Fatlyr of Her I tfitifc ir Tlirwvfi lint t I t liifhc 1111. Iifli I74tlll,n 111 V I III1FII II iW.Yriiii.-r 'Received Prompt Medical At- .Occupants Aroused From Slum-; All in Party Injured. a a : t .. i ki i h..H i hi w i i i I'fi i it in - in i uauif in lilt- iii ii hit ni'ii ii t'i ui DITnim T rnnvn TAWCD QU(VJ DinMCCD CTCMCc! and Suffers Orcat Fain. I In Their Bed duailu ai imrtiUJ iuttliv oiiuit i ium.i oviiilj j trios I mid. Remains Taken on Steamer to His Boyhood Home For Interment The death of IV. 1 I'l'K Nettles, at St. Francis Hospital, this fit v, on the afternoon of May Ittli, marked tlir p:is-ing of a truly good and jirf-nt man. lie was isfsi-i I of every iality that woiilil, without selfish intent or design, endear Mm tin; hearts of his fellow men. II.' was I iy nature a friend of man, and in all matters he always proved himself a patient and sympathetic listener, ever ready to lend his aid to the relief of a distressed comrade. 1 1 ACCIDENT NEAR HE LY'S SURRENDERS TO MAYOR i ! ,.,, ....v. -'-fet,.'. ...... Marrv Her and He Relused. - At a!..,ut S:::il Friday morning, t I!., Ii.him- Imat iicli-ngiiig t. , .. , ,, , , rnmivnl rnn.nnnies Have Been! , .... ,i ',. ;,..! Vu.u-t iVi.-hma... whid, he has , (Car was Badly Wrecked and idow s I lauliler Sl.i - I arm Act. or! In ' I K-nrospnln. ! . .!:,., i-,ali Vents MS a marketing 1 1: 1 1 i YoUlltf l'lOpk' Had t.t Ask As- hand A 1 1 T I M I tl tf I i I IU t (I .,.,..... ;- ,,., ;,,(!, cut lliat will likely preveui ' ,' , , wUl-mci In l.i'ii i Town ! Ivosln Anuiwrments. I ' . it..r hi-, i-h. or some unknown cause. MM.I1HC IO ICC .Ii II I nun. -him from pur-mng hi- regular lal.oi -, UU , W,.,,.v.:,y i.i..rmm ... .. , ,, 'for s,,mi. Ii, in- to clue. It seems : ,, , about four o'cl, ck, I here was a Joint mcctum ol thei , ,, . , ,., . that he entered tie- stole ol liuektiei-, James Hhick and .lohti Shaw. Iw. Fair lioard and ( oiiinu reial tlul . . - , . ... ....... Mau-'ian o 1 1 .-."in. i.ii.-iiM i ... I I i ... i i ... i ... ...... . Committee held Thursday afternoon. at which a suli-cointnitlee was appoint cil to revise the official program for the coming fair, and to decide on premium.", etc. May 10th was set ::!.' as il.e day to receive representatives of the various carnival and entertainment companies with a view of selecting special attractions for the fair. Several schemes wire considered. in the discussion of special features , ,, c,.;,,.,. i 'for in'iiht entertainment. I ho cm was MM'v. u a- mm- in. ,ii ,, , ... , , , f . . which seemed to appeal to most ..I ami in liis pnuesioii as a pn.-nian I the coniliiillec.s. was spectacular he sho'ved himself v. ell worthy of!l(iW tvo niiihts on the river. I , i.i i . . . I . : I. .. I , . . . -'I'ua'-i! I!ie ooal ai I lie I inn- mm- in tan at a tune when the employes were, . , , '.i -,ii' I 1 1 1 ' wen- awalo iH'l at cnimced m cleanmn up the boxes., . j , . , and other deluis that had aecuniulated the day lufore, and which they weie slorinu in th cellar. The cellar lot r which is located lu-tweeti two shoe racks in the central part of the luiildinu, was stamlini! open while the process of clealiinii up was "iiiv; on, and Mr. Chappell apparently pave that fact no notice, as he walked past the chair that stood lulu ecu him and the upcnini!. I'allitu: with tM'eat force to the hott'On of the excavation. When assislano reached l.im, it was ',,,ii ! that l.e .hen ilev found the water all a ml tin til. They made their csiype as jiiicklv as pi.-silile hut hoth nanowly eseapeil diow ninii. The In at had almost tinned over and they i ih ouii-nr.-d cvat ilitliculty in tiidMiL- their w iv out. ,e I. oat is estimated to he Wolll I III lll.:IV all' I -lioiill th. f I 111 I i d all autoniolulo :in eh III in .11 he ioa is cs llnateii m oe worin . , , ,, i ii i I eticounlelcd a tnp ol loi s, veial hut, died dollars, and all the , t , 1 . 1 . Iv i M , s.. n i. , i Hi'Xtir. Mo, May ;i A coroners In. .n. til., I I...I.I I... I....I. Ilrlv's I. ,-lii'hil-. ahoilt two noli ,,f .ll:.'ll Walter-.. 1.' I .Mats old, wh. south ot (hi- cii. iii vvl-i. li th i- ' na-i shot and killed near l-s-ix, six pant- wire coti-ideiahU -1 . i U i ' up. Moles ea t ol liixler. hy M i - t'lar.i Mini the car llalliaU'd ipilte ilinil lv ' Ili'Wlelt. L'U years old. Ml. 1,'aMiioinl Simps the son ot Ms Mow I. It il lares Waltcri was I... in- Simps,, ii, matiaui -r of the St ' fatlor ol lu-r .-I'ild. Lorn two month Louis i, Co., was .Iriv.tut tie- c-,r 1 '" s1"' ''' ll'1'"' tl.r, atenod i .i .i . ....,, ii.. kill li'm If h ' ill. I not tiiaiiv lu-r. and the otlu-r occupants wen- I l,,t- .-sie an.! hi r ,, linger :..sl, I woui n thi' liotee oi Marvin Wyalt, for whom Walti r w .'i a lariiih.'.iul, and asked Mrs. Wviitt vvlii-fi he was, and II sin nee Simpson, Homer Simpson, Kate I'vlef lilahalll and llall'let Itletll ' ' ke. While ui'iim at a rapid s,., i ln-y i.-e el . -,v e mlv.lit tall, to lutii for ii few minutes. that credit. lie minis?, ri d to the rich and poor alike, and his tnitiriiitf i jiictinn piti'mer scenes ol 1I4 if Cape ( iii anleail. and rel.-nt le-s elTurts to furnish r f, .,i ure would l i-soeeiall v at t fad i c lief and assi-tance to his siilti-rinu j i( vv,,, .,iy,., opportunity to hj-'.'theis is ::o douh' !;.'.-:, Iy aceounta- 1 ,.xM,lt j. f piom i r days, and hie for 1,1- pivm.iturc ,', li,i-e. the jdiysieal h-ei.t ion of t la- Cape w il h Dr. Nettles i- ' o-ai'f-d in I its Leant iful and expan.-ive river front practice of medicine in this city for j m.lirii jt especially adapted to an more than nine veal's, ai.d has hern I exhihit ion if that eharact, r. if tin- a resin, lit ol l ape I oial uc-.ui 'ol ; (.a,-,.,l out tl.i s'au" will ' ! he on h. ire.es, :iiid Hill or 'Ji:o people Will n.-irt icinate. The whole scene lishinu eouiptnent , scales, nets, seines. te . v.i re worth at h ast !?ltil. The . ; t , 1 1 1 - of the sunken craft are total- lost I ,ii n js hoped that the l.oat 1 1 ... 1 1 T 1.1; . . 11, ' ; a ;.e I i,-e,l aim ie oan' O. ill a'f'ii- eltle- was ipilie pain, 10, injn ClIlltlill'jlKllll W.IS slllllllOIH relief He was taken to and upon eh s,-r , v,!rii:M n n. :t de- vi lop, d that !. had sii-l i it.i ,1 a ; lil'ol. 1 11 111' and had rt ceixed a I The car tinned completely ov, t. and, , f,. niiinitis later Mrs. Wvutt the yoiiiu; people were thrown ..,,1 ' heard revohir idiots. W10 Haw Wul All of them suslaiti, d i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Put iT,i numiue, alotn: tin- road and the none were -eiioiis'iv hurt. Tin- I, inh-i i;lils follov Inc. I11111, the older one wind shield and steel inn wln-i I -I the ; shiiotllu; at hi"i wdh a pistol At the ,1.. ...... ,10.. n m, t I-',- lO'iin SIIOI II" nil. i,,,-e tliaa twetitv e.11-. He was I Inn 11 in (ir.iml Town-, r.!.. on Decein- her. '.K 1 ";!. and call. a to the Cape with his pan n! s when he was a younu man. His father. .1. I?. Ni (tie was for a hum time s hip. carpenter on the transfer limits plyint: between this citv and Fast Cape, linritm which tune hi- s ,11 1'iaiiU Netties was 111 dap'il in the dnm husiness at the corner of Spanish and I udepi mletii-e street-:. Later he took up the study of medieine, and after pi aduat ili hi , . . ,. , . , I . , i-i i-i 1 1 1.. 1 ti 1 1 i Ie. 1 tltiiitied. -iv. ...;.. i .. .-i ...I l 1. . .. I, 1 1 to his; , was snlliiient as to in c, -il a.- .!,.-.r . n- s,: o , .n. .. la timis 01 iiii'-seu . . iiiiin .'iwav a: ' : : rrcn, eteit Id . i . II, I 1 . , , , 'SIIIIIIHIIII I 1.1.1 II,... - ' ' a I l.uni't list, were !" t iii the disaster. V, T. n hinatl ha- -I', , I'd a I, lit j in-- r tl.- -ii tie of t he mi-hap. Mill is j ili'J - P-h i 1 1 . i i -1 t x I .... 1 .ot on .,, I' Iii- I, cs II , , , , I v.. 1 I l is evel'. sulnniui eoii.-i'ii lalde pain, ami In- wounds are of 'in-li character as to! nrX" "ii" v SUFFERING WITH that Utile-- some unexpected eolnpll- that mniii'- will .11! BIG TIME PLANED FRIDAY NIGHT i . . - .... i e-lliilllS :.l!se. Ill-It p.- Ill I HI I will : M-Hliaiitlv liLlitci i,y eiecirici. ;. , , i i c . f .1,, not prove serious and that In' will and tie poll-In s and loots ol tlie" 'I' . , ' , . .... , 1 J he aide to n -utile his hdml w il hill ; ni'ii-ts aioi's 'in- iii i i.o, o. ., " Mi'inlwirii of I ncal Clubs Wil! I' VCACT rDOUTlI ' :i'sts I'rom Train lo 1 LA J 1 U!Vl H 1 11 i Commercial Club Booms to furnish .xeelh td accomiiiodat ions for the crowds v ittie-sil:;: th" event. Ill) view of the fact that iota' of the other towns win re fairs are held II this section of the state are provided with such natural facilitii- necessary for such a distdav, it is ouile rcasoii- ' !al,le to heiii-ve that it would prove a holt tlliie. YOUNG LADY VICTIM OF BAD ACCIDENT DR. FRANK NETTLES . .. ... 'I'lii'imi'i., H'll 1 m;' Miltl. t James Hedm-s ol Mel lure. A l- ni'iA.iir." niuim.iM.iim ! flu ted 1 1 Ii I nusual Malady, j Taking Treatment in Cape Cahl'.M II, Hie .mayor. M i; -, I low Ii It I", till' llatip,'ter of u widow II r la'l'if died twoxeafs aKii. When ,i-.o, t" t- 1! In r utory of t.lio kill to- she s ild In- had retain, , ,-outi si 1 and had Ie .-:i adv Is, d not to dis em-s il WILL TEICHMAN BADLY INJURED returned to the Cape where ho l.uilt , rt,.)( .dawiim card ami attract unu-- up :i hire practice. lie has liccli u;1 ,lt tl. j,,n. associated with the drill', store of II. C. W'asciii ever since loealitui ill this city as :i practieinir physician, and his death comes as a particularly severe shock to Mr. Wascm the man with whom his business relations have been so close. n-i . i c .1.:.. ..,.!. !.,. I in. in is 1 lie lo.-s in in,.- ,,,i,, .!--. , most keenlv felt in iburiu. where ! Rivet Ls Driven I'.ntirdy IhrouKh, a feelnui of love and fi iendship Finger While Operating Ma- , II.... I.... rr..,l,..r I'.ir Ittfk'll il nil" i .'-! mi; o,,ni 1. Ben Miller Sends Large Quan- Im pair. Axe Slipped and Knee .- i- '....... I l,.i-:.l Wos Villi llnon IIU'S ill H i l. I v.l III ikh.-i " n -" ;' s... 'wiviTiivv ninuvivf ; i ti,iiiini.i Liu miiinu i i iin I'mvii cs i- imcrs PASSES 10 REM ,.,,. , A , -biht.hti.o.mbto or. Doctors Forterlield and St. Avit , ,, ,,,,,,0,, iv i . u v ii Bim . Looking Alter Interests ol j ,, ,.,,,.'.,.. ,s Still V.ry Weak-From Loss of Died at St. Francs Hospi alMon-, Sick Man , v , ;,mvi. ,, ,,,. . . !d and SulTering. But is day Afternoon a .) O clock , . ,-. ilt .,, ,,,,, Hopeful of Farly Recovery After Long Illness. , .,,.,., , ,oi,n.-.,i ,-ni-1,,:,., , ,.,n i. .,, n,.- r.,-. I, I t.l 'lore 111 is itiiil. mi iImiIv i ...I ..I' I... I '. r- .. ,. ... i .. .1... In. , ..1.1 son II ..' - -s slTllllMI l, ' I Ml .- ol ' " Will I II' 1 III,' I., W.ll station l' liieinlicl's of tin' ('oinlnei- eial Clul. and lielail Mi n hauls A- ,, ,,i;u-l I, u Inn all, the we'l known . .en ill .! ' ' iini. SHOCKS MANY FRIENDS j visits ,is c.y .hat he may ..-,-ive liiedieal atlenlioti from local ,h sj- : .;.., torn tin- -tainn tln-v .. i .,.,.1., 1,-111. met with a most Physician Had Been in Poor ; ,,,:,"J!- -Mr- ,,,,,!,,!' v""1"'wiii be I to the c uncial at lias laming We.- lleallll for Loni? Time but a nm-i unu-uai ina,ao. 1,0 in.-. i(-;, ;,,,, ami to I lie III.- laiye 1 -, x , ; I oi,l noon. lie was I, lion Hi I'mnnSnilniinv. ease o.- s 1,.. IVll," V .... I S. MS.S.S ' 'hall whi le a smol.i i- will be i.'i,-n paiiii. ,., n.( In - boat, and the axe was entertained for him in the hearts of evi 1 v man. woman and child re siding in that populous community and his departure has cast a nlooin of deep despondency over the cut ire section which has been the seat of Ids bii-incss activities for so many years past. luneral .services were conducted at the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock, which ceremonies were in ohnrnc of the physicians of the city. His remains were taken to Crand Tower for In terment, and the representatives of the many Indues to which he bclon;ed assisted in payinn littint tibutc to their departed brother. Besides a multitude of sincere friends, he leaves a widowed mother, Mrs. Mary Nettles of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Belts -of Mem phis, and Mrs. Kinma Torhaiiuh of Murphy.-boro, 111., to mourn his death. He was a member of the followilli! lodiies: Modern Woodmen, Woodmen of the World, Knights Ar Ladies of Security and Modern Americans. cliine at Shoe Factory. GIVEN SlIKilCAL CARE Compelled to Abandon Labors mid Renair to Her Home- Confined There Indefinitely. nolle, I in I 11s section lie is altlictcil vi,., ,i..lt,i, Si loins nun w ill fixe .... ... , 1. 1 ,n limb, r , .. ... , . with a cutaneous ,ii-oi-,,-' that ha- ',. ,,, ,i,.s rcaltiolis ol St 1 .... ,.v ,, ;.,.. ,tnnl, him 111 the Dr. I r-ll.lv Nettles 01 t ( .pes ' I . . , I ..... . aiia.i.i'i r. o. I.nilis will, .--1,1111,1.1-1 ,M, mi,. .., ,. lli t.ne il lln ac no 10 most prominent ami ,,..: ,, ,,,.,. ,,.,,.- 1 .. ... ... , ,,...,:. 1 .1-- -m, I..,,,,. ,, ,., ,,al,- .he 1 pital at about :i o'clock Mom!..v aft I' ll i- 01 1 1 1 an-l .Il ls now n , 1 . f , , I10 inailMno. aim o- r i,,, ,, lap.' ice Clean, man-. , v. , . , . 1 XX X I . Will II l OOl II' !' I' X.'- lilll' II lo, ll-.o , ,. ....... , to mankind, and Jt- evi l, i inall- . i. . i .... 1 1... . .. i i iv i. i.. l... 1 ' " 1 1 ' ' meni st.,iai oavs nu". ."s death comes as a surpli ; pioinisi d f.,r all who alteiel. I. , xt' 1,1 ol hi- iiiiiii v at d nil 1 1 , , i , to I, c-ills'i'lVe aiielit ease, a- is t lie li-ii, I a I I I la t limbic .. .. r .i ... ! health .Ml-S .Xlat'V 11,11. one oi l lie 'imiiR i I f ,.!,',, I, .' . ... i ' tu'iin inal disease trom wluil: lauies eiii,i,,x ,-,i a, ,,,'- ,'.i. many friends. .1 ha- been known i,.r , ' ; , . ,'. . ., :, lotic tune in,, c was , vex 1"'".;,, ,,s ,(,v, .,,,, has been n,',e,:,s ...sease ..- ... ;(iijir A (..iV j,,,.,.,, '"'"". " " 'im.e a l"an,,., , . I i I....I art--.. accident Thiir.-iLiy alternooti, which i'. .. , ; lend, nil hom.li it ii.1 that other eovel- tl .1,11-1 Mr. Ih.li.e- i- nfni lnri-1. will thin i lioiinh ol hi- a, , I il,.,i I, is si,, . a . full of In thi- p.-u 1 1, -iilaf ,, ,1. noon I I i -co ti.un. j, i , ,., t,, ,ni, thai In- was lli, In. . to l.llbolllll. s,, thai lie p.,. ,,, M. i.reil ol medical at St . I s busines. inetl dlllllU' ell- ,,.1ti,,, I'.i lole he could leach Hie route may enjoy xv it It their ,, n- ( ,,. mil in- al. The ' i, 1,1,1 dub will ., . priselit to each vi-itoi two beautiful , lit ni' bail, ol the the of POST OFFICE EMPLOYES GIVE BIG EXCURSION Visitors Take Advantage of Op portunity to Avail Themselves of I'nusual Occasion. The largest cxciii-ioti of the season so far was jiivcli by the Postal Clerks Friday nil-Id on the Steamer St. Paul about 570 atti ndiiii:. Many of the out of town boys and wills availed necessitaled Inr securing siirirical at tent ion. In workinc one of the machines a rivet was driven throiijih one of ... ... , .,.,1 her inuers-. S ie sillieteu eoii.-eieraoie , . . . , . ,,,.,.. H , , ., . ! eomniuiill V in which he lives ,hiv..o. pain ami in course was -.un o, o , to diseonl inue her labors. I he in jured member was dressed by Dr. .1. D. Porterlicld, .lr.. after which the unfortunate younu woman was taken to her home. 1 . ... ... . w. v 1 I I I l. i l. i n.i.l -nil of hi- lllni--. Hi-- ' ' ' " ,11., in ,n,-n.,niii i.ii'i', .,..o- illli till . . ... l de-it h ritiiio as a shock to his ni, I. i.-, ... o '" ' , ' , , t in. nt his condition i- tapidlv impi-ov who are niimbi-red by the score a-;. it is doubllul if there ever wa- :l j WK' man held ill hither esteem ill ' I " " Ci)l.()KKl) MAN STIIKK BY TRAIN AT DEPOT N, ttl lb ; DOES 15 LOOPS AND QUITS r. Ii: widowed mo.h. t with whom ' ' Fe, hman Says There.8 No Woney he.., I ii, this eitv. and two mall. I'd . . ..:-.: si.-ter-. to inoiirn his ,h-paituie. of Slory in Aviation and Wants Out. PYTHIAN SISTERS IN WRECK Members of Cleveland Lodge Hurt When Electric Car Is De railed at Switch. iWNI N"W Srvleo ) Cleveland, O., May 14. Forty Clev. land women were Injured, none fatal ly, when a car on the Cleveland, Palnesvllle & Eastern i lectrlc line- left the track nfar WTlloughby. They were membera of Star Templo Pythian Bis ters, returning from an anniversary celebration of Arista temple. of Palnes ville. The front truckn of the car split BW'lteh. I WW I ' New s S, I e -,- 1 hou'nii, i-i s luriiishcd bv Ml '" Ivin. . , ',, I the florist. I In se i-ilmi; fen 1 1, null I 1, collie helples- 1 1 . .lit I, and lien ci ctfoils on pal t of ' he ph sici," li w, re I , h:iv i I,, i ii inakoii; a lour of S,,iit h easl Missouri, and will leach the C-jpe on I heir way Noith to Si. I.oui- the Cap nil. lb lea, li the train late in tin- e niiiu' and it w as almost nine o'.lock before he had oppol t unit v to scenic the -iivu-is of a ph slcia'.l, III , 1 , 1 1 1 .-. wa -iiiiimoni d and after HM.I. OK II UK IN IIKK STOMCII, '''de.'..l.lc cllo.i tin Ih.w wa- ,.,)(,,- led and the X . 1 1 1 1 u ni., : j Wa- ree.d , hi- -ullci mu'. '!! I htn -.lay mot n- IIH lie Wa- Still llille VM.ll, I I 1 1 1 1 hi- Xp.-I lell.es, ,ul ill oilier te-pect- Arriimiilatinn Wciliin! Pound anil , Half licvealcd. , W'ausaii, Wis., May HI An op.ia I w as f, elini; el V will It w I i- : i- 'sonic line he oi r lie I - ah e lo ,-illia- Taris, May i;.-Ueho Vi.Iart In re-" ,:;r""; ' ,T work. Imt l.e ,M,t. ,., I... able I oniai ow ski, i.i.-., i .. i,i i . t o in. i i- atoiiii,! v n n iie -1 . -1 Ol ale ... -. . - - - ...t... I....n ...1..I1..,, I,, illu'iriiiiitnt. Illlli Iloiil n',"," .1..-..J.,. , I . ti v,..- iu , l.r.,r . itlior i ball ol hair wi iiihilil! a poum uieiiL. i ii.i in, i,- i ti,, ...ii-.. . . ..... j money or plry In professional avhi- half in her stomach. She had been Hon U the conclusion arrived at toy sum rum trom stomal n trouoie ioi At about 2::5d I'riday afternoon a ileum tie carrier who nave his name as James Johnson and residence 1 I'-'J Morgan street, St. Louis, was struck by pusseniier train No. S02. as it came into the depot in this city. It seems that lie had crossed the track ahead of the appruachinn train, but ran sdonii thi' platform without petting out of dunger, and as the engine, passed it struck him in the side, with such force us to render him helpless. His leg was injured ami , 1 it is feared that he was hurt internally i MRS. MUtY HAHN STUK'KKN He was carried into the depot audi WITH PARALYSIS. tliemselvcs of the opportunity ot ),,rtors I lallon and Cunningham were 1 enjoying a boat trip, and with (he ;lll..l to give him attention. M, 1(ih vvj , , f excellent music playing during the la,',- 'i,-n,ai Ih.l,,,.' residing at -'. I evening, the dance floor was crowded Hiieken with paia- , , ,;,. T1. Iu,s ,,-,,! o Lester h. Hal .he wel known ,,-. v this ,-xeut'si ill 1" u-.d -o .htray;,cr an, paper hanger has ..,,- laid ti- .v";11::,'",, vvu' r,:'::,,:i: :;:: :; -. .i..i. . ii... ,,,.;. .,, i..r . . ..I I ,. I'..!' VI I- Ii !' '"' I" l' 11 '' ." " --- ' VTdart after four years of activity To celebrate! his retirement, Vldart I looped the loop 15 consecutive, times and then came to earth to remain there. He will devote. hU time to au tomobile raclnR and bis-game sjioot Ins. for after danger of the high air, according to Vldart, a man haa lout all taste for humdrum pursuits. FRISCO INSPECTORS W1TNKSS A( ( IDLNT. several months. It is thought she ate the hair while she was in a de lirious condition during an attack of typhoid fever. AMERICAN CONSUL It ELK AS ID BY ORDER OF HILItTA. i - i i,t rf aim ,. While the Frisco officials were in the city Thur-d.iy inspecting the impi ovement being made on the river front in the .-.oil Ii pall of the city, a blasting shol wa- fired with disas trous re-nits t,, the track lying in proximity to the w tl. ia of the rail- wa- broken, and th'- ".n-k complet.ly covered with 'h-b,:- that Half.,- was su p, iid'-d l"i -"in, tunc Cily of Mcxeio, May 12-John P. Sillimali, I'. S. Consul who has been imprisoned at Saltillo since the it break of hostilities was released today bv order of Iluerla, on repre sentations made by the Urazih an ,,,,( , town is ranidlv going on All Mtiii.-tcr who is eu-todiaii and who ,!,,. ,,, (j defective poles af being i. placed by new and -ub tanlial ones. Hv June 1-t p'.wu will be pp-irat u-i Cl utch. - in t he next lew da;. . 'I h" doctor l lit, 1 tall,- hope- o complete recovery and that the full lice li e ol the leg will be n stored without -till-ne.-.- or other undesirable results. ELECTRIC LIGHT PEOPLE IN STALLING MACHINERY. Mr. P. th Spurgeoii, an i xp. it tnechanic in the employ of the Alli--(halinets Maliufacturilig Co., s ill the Cape installing a new Turbine for tin- Mi-soiiri Public Clilities Company The capacity of the plant is being increased and the work of rebuilding and strengthening the system thmugh- s to gual'alitie safe conduct out of tl Dictators Dominions. Norfolk. Va.. May 1J - A l.il. r s- ploslotl on the Old D illloll l.lt.ef. .leffef-on killed .-even tin u and t - - IV s, 'aided thlee other.-. extended to (he lire, 1 1! i lit w hieh i- ,ie.-:ti d s.-v ral mil. s below the city, and bv .lul l-t )t i- tl ,"r-l I that the White av will be .'"inpl. ' Iy in-tailed in tin- citv. this citv Mav :;iuh covered 'o be up again.