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Miss Eula Beth Gee. who la a Prescott girl, has a voice of rare ■weetnews and beauty. Her ease of Banner on the platform and the thor oughness with which ahe puta her very ■Mil Into the spirit of her songs add ranch to the charm and beauty of her voice. Prescott is justly proud of her and we predict for her a career of re markable success ou the Chautauqua platform. Miss Miller is n young wo man of most pleasing personality and her work on the Violin was richly on joyed by the audience. Miss Shinn has received very high praise from many sources on the character of tier gradu ating recital, given recently in the col lege auditorium, and the people were expecting a rare treat in her perform ances on the Piano and her work in reading. Their expectations were more than justified. Her readings were well chosen an dexcellently rendered while her performances on the Plano, both as accompanist and soloist, were of the highest order of skill. In short, the recital was a pre-eminent success In every way and the people of Pres cott are most grateful to Mr Calhoun, who arranged the program, and to the gifted and accomplished young ladles who carried it out. for an evening of rare pleasure, the memory of which will linger for many days -o $10,000 MISSING FROM POSTOFFICE Hot Springs, April 11.—Ten thous and dollars in hills of small denomina tions is missing from the local post officc and government agents have not thus far been able to unravel the mys tery. President John B. Foote of the Security Bank delivered the money in a package to James Harwood and took his receipt, which Is insurance on mon ey in transit, to a federal reserve hank. The package was billed to Little Itock and was turned over to the post office last Wednesday. Today the story leak ed out that federal agents are trying to locate the package. It was said that several persons had access any time to the Harwood window at the postof fiee and that no record shows the pack age ever left the local postoffice. M II Long, cashier of the Federal Reserve Bank here, last night, said rHat the money was a shipment which that although notice of its having been mailed by the Hot Springs bank was j received last week, the package had not bee received. The postal authorities here and in Hot Springs, and tre local postoffice inspector, had been notified that the money had not bee nreceived, Mr. Long said, but so far no trace of the package had been found* The Federal Reserve Bank is insured against the loss of the funds. Mr. Long said, and any loss , from non-recovery of the shipment will be taken care of by the Hot Springs' bank.—Gazette. -o Instead of once a weke. the Picay une will come to you 6 times a week. I AL MORAN IS DEFEATED New Orleans, April 11.— Biding Ids time and only fighting in flashes to show that he was all there. Frankie Farren of Sun Francisco tonight began his attack on Pal Moran of New Orleans in the twelfth of their 1.7-round fight at Fillsbury garden and literally car ried the local fighter off his feet, winning all of the remaining rounds of the fight. When Referee Warnbs gauss raised his hand there was a great cheer. -o— DRAWS HEAVY SENTENCE McGehee, April 11.—John Funk, who undertook to shoot up the mayors court a few days age stuged another Wild West performance Saturday aud was arrested aud taken before W. E. Gibson. Justice of the Peace, where he was I fined und sentenced on several charges The total fines amounted to $800 and the total sentence was 15 mouths in jail. -o ADMITS EMBEZZLEMENT Shreveport, La., April 11.—Philip A. Munch, local cashier of the Kansas City Southern Railroad, today pleaded guilty in District Court to embezzle ment of $20,004.1)4. and was sentenced to the state penitentiary for from four to seven years. -o SNOW FALLS IN EAST Cumberland, Md., April 10.—Five inches of snow is reported at Rowlsburg W. Va., a few miles wrest of Oakland with temperature of 28, snow has been flying in this section all day. o Subscribe for the Dally Picayune.