I CHILDREN FIGHT
AGAINST H. C. L4
ki Limas as though the kids were en
ring the bght for lower priceson
se things in which they are par
cularly interested. A few clays ago
. illeveral ' thousand of the-trt marched
- illo a big parade in New York in a
; diemonstration demanding the lower
- aag of soda prices. ,
! In Worcester yesterday the prices
4 of soft and cooling drinks were low
! ,Ired by 6 cents in two of the largest
I establishments along Main etreet. In
other cities the kids have also
! spoken up to demand that the- soda
. ! return to pre-war prices. A survey
iof the local stores does not indicate
'1 that the youngsters around here have
I been able to make any impression as
- i yet on the dispensers of the drinks
; that cool.. None of the local stores
- ; seem to have lowered their prices as
) yet and- there is at -present no indi
! cation crt their doing so,.
t Merica City. July 1.6.---War office
authorities declared last night that
the upri2Ang in the state of Taman
pas, led by Gerreral Daniel Martine
- Lkierrerra, would be put down little
rmore, than a -week. It was declared
; federal troops were being dispatched
,r I into the troutrled district arid that the
- danger would soon be over.
; President Obregon met newspaper
men last night. and seemed inclined
not to treat the Herrerrs. revolt seri
TO QUELL UPRISING
IN ABOUT WEEK
'ep Tampico, Mex., July 16.---Fo Bow
1 ersof General Martinez Herrerra whó
were taken prisoners by government
forces will be tried for treason, it is
announced by Geneial Gomez, mili
tary.corrsander here. He is at Pres
ent. in charge of operations against
the rebels. General Pe tares, military
governor of 'Tamaulipas. is expected
to arrive here soon from Mexico City
, to 'take general strpervision of the
I It Is declared that General Herrerra
1:disoovered he had an opportunity to
)6. start a revolt because of the partial
I. dAsarroarnent of forces commanded
I OW-General Pelaez and that he was
I actuated by personal enmity to Gov
...I' ernor Tejada of the state of Vera
I Cruz, who recently seat trooyps to the
i Zacamixtla district, south of here.
1 ' B. E. WEEKS JR HERE
r t 9
! - AS ASSISTANT MGR.
: -. , S. S. RUSKAY & CO.
- Benjamin E. Weeks, Jr., of New
tYork, has recently become a resident
t. of Bridgeport, having associated
' himself with the management of the
I brokerage and investment house of
t S. S. Ruskay & Co 42 Broadway.
F, New York, one of the oldest estabi
i iished concerns of its kind in the
1-country. This firm, which is a mem
I ber of the Consolidated Stock Ex
e change, recently opened a branch of
, I fine in the Liberty building, this city.
i The mana-ger is Wi4liam Haase. who
i, rtrakes his home in the Devon section
Iof Milford. Mr. Haase is an ener
getic young man of wide Wall Street
experience and thoroughly familiar
! with all details of investment trans
I actions. Mr. Weeks has long been
I connected with the New York house,
- 1 and his particular task is to assume
) charge of the sales department. Mr.
f Weeks is the $011 of Benjamin E
t Weeks. 0143e-Of the leading merchants
;-.of New York City, who for many
,l years has been one of the dominant
4 figures of New York Lodge No. 1,
i B. P. O. Elks. Both father and son
I have many acquaintances in Bridge
3 port. and the younger Weeks is des
t tined to become one of the best
i known men of his line in the East.
E LAU- EY
Owner di Developer oe-
MOBS AT DUBLIN HOUSE; WHERE PEACE CONFERENCE WAS BEING HELD.
Great public interest Is being taken in the Irish teace c;anference in Dublin- Eamon De Valera, rec
ognized President of the Irish Republic, is confident of a favorable peace being negotiated between Great
Britain and Ireland Great crowds were assembled outside the Dublin Mansion House, where a preliminary
peace conference was held between representatives of Sinn Fein and Southern Minority Unionists. When the
delegates 4ntered the House the crowds outside gravely fell to reciting the Rosary in the Gaelic tongue
for the success of the peace conference. Many American flags were brought into play.
Dwight Hendricks of Ask Creek
was arrested Thursday by Motorcycle
Policeman Arthur Bennett for driv
ing' an automobile without a license.
Yesterday in the town court he was
tined five dollars and costs.
D. H. Morgan of Greenfield Hill
was also arrested Thursday by Police
man Bennett for driving without
headlight lenses. Upon evidence sub
mitted yesterday which showed that
since his arrest he had procured the
lenses his case was nolled on a pay
ment of five dollars,
The printing' business that for years
has been operated in Fairfield under
the name of the Fairfield Printing Co.
but which is TIOW operated by J. M.
Perry is working on a part time basis.
This is because of the general busi
ness depression throughout the coun-trY-Miss
Eliza Perry ef Mill Plain is
entertaining friends from Oklahoma.
The silver wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholas was
celebrated last evening' at their 'home
in Southport. Japanese lanterns orna
mented the grounds around the house.
A color scheme of lavender and gray
was carried out in the house in crepe
paper decorations and small rose
favors in the same shades were given
the guests. Mrs. Nicholas wore a
gown of silver grey canton crepe.
Musical numbers featured the even
ing and at a late hour dainty refresh
ments were served. The guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Ham
mond, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hege
man, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Disbrow, Mr.
and Mrs. William Purdy, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Barber, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Norris.
Miss Evn Nicholas, Miss Sadie Walk
er, Miss Martha "Williams, Miss Eliza
Pike, Fred and Harry Disbrow.
Bertram Nichols, and Charles Hammond-
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols have
recidcd in Southport for the past five
years and previous to this time they
lived in New York. Mr. Nicholas is
vice president of the Black Rock
Fairfield Symphony orchestra held
rehe-arsal last night at Prof. Hutchin
son's home on Mill Plain Road.
Deputy Judge Clarence B. Hall
who has presided in the town court.
here for the past two weeks will re
turn to his home in Bridgeport today
and for the next two weeks will be
replaced by Judge Jonathan Grout- '
George W. Larsen, constable of
Fairfield, with his fanilly will leave
on the 18th for a week at Lake Zoar.
Few are familiar with the facts
concerning the, origin of the wort"-
Ash Creek. It has just cOme to light
through the transfer of property
from the Beachside Realty Company
to Howard P. Gray. In revievring the
history of the land, which is fertile
in anecdote and tradition, old time
Fairfield and Black Rock residents
will recall that next to Black Rock,
Ash Cl-eek, so-called from the fact
that great lye producing ash pits
were piaintained there for the origi
nal snap works of New England was
a big port in this section.
I3arks and Barkentines brought all
the products of the West Indies, par
ticularly rum, for trade in flour. On
both sides of the minor tributary
fiowint,,,,' into Ash Creek on the Fair
field side were big flour mills running
at times both day and night- There
wa-s a trading colony there that
afterwards divided and d-vvindled into
-the shipment of produce to. New
York and later became extinct.
The ash pits which gave the name
Ash Creek were, abandoned when
the soap works were removed to Nor
walk but the flour mills continued
until early in the last centm-y when
they also were allowed to decline
Even Ti ONIT the big dam that once
BRIDGEPORT'S MOST DELIGHTFUL SUBURB
OIFFKIOD ON PROPERTY 4147 WATER ST. PINOWE ELME 78007501
Fair Acres is absolutely the fmest real estate-development ever attempted in this vicinity, arid there
is no possibility of any other property as attractive ever being placed on the naarket
. Its nearness to Bridgeport, its beautiful surroundings, and its wonderful bathing beach combine in
a series of attractions that cannot be compared with anything between here and New York.
It is high class without being foolishly exclusive, and will therefore be sold at prices and on terms
well within the reach of the average resident of Bridgeport.
-While a liberal discount will be allowed for cash, ten per cent. down , and. two per cent. a month will
carry any lot on the property, and no interest will be asked for a year.
Our contracts contain a non-forfeiture clause which protects the equity of purchasers against loss
through failure to pay caused by loss of employment, illness, or other misfortune.
Purchasers who wish to bUild immediately or in the very near future are assured. of financial assist
ance far heyond established practice.
- Our sales manager will gladly explain this liberal plan to anyorte directly interested.
You. cannot choose your home-site too quickly, for Fair Acres is going to show quick action, and
naturally the choicest lots will go first.
Even though you may not now be ready to buy, come out and select your lot and. we will -arrange to
hold. it for you.
But, DO IT NOW. Today is the day.
Our beautifrdly illustrated booklet will be mailed to you upon request.
spanned the stream is visible at lonv
Mr- Gray will develop the property
for residential purposes.
The Dupont baseball team played
the Municipal Garage team from
Bridgeport yesterday. Score 16-6 in
favor of Dupont.
Robert Pride who has been visit
ing Chester Raymond at the home of
his parents at Pine Creek Beach for
the nest week, has returned to his
home in Bridgeport
NEWS PRENT PROM WASTE.
Chicago, Ztt ly 16.---There is ap
proaching completion- in this city a
paper mill which, instead of making
newspaper from wood pulp, will 'man
ufacture it from waste paper. To in.
sure a continuous supply of material
the company constructing the mill
has entered into a contract with one
of the largest collectors of waste pa
per in the country to sell the mill his
The mill is owned by the Water
way Paper Products Company, of
which Arthur Strong, au.ditor o; The
Chicago Daily News, is president, and
Emanuel Mendelsohn is vice presi
dent and treasurer. The mill will con
sist of two units, one of which is al
most completed. Each unit will cost
about $1.00.0,000. The mill's output
is to be about 10,000 to 15.001 tons
of rtewsprint annually.
The ghicago Daily news, it is
learned, fins entered into a contract
with the Waterway Paper Products
Company of 20 years' duration where
by it guarantees to take on a. cost
D1US basis a minimum of '7,50-0 tons
of newsprint annually.
U. S. WARSHrPS Lisnox.
Lisbon. July 16.---The city was
gaily decorated today in honor of the
visit of a squadron of United States
hattleshi.ps. There are about 7,000
American sailors in port. including
1,750 midshipmen in training. A
number of festivities were planned
for the entertainment of the Ameri
If you cannot conveniently visit Fair Acres, write or phone, and our repre
sentative wal arrange to convey you to the property.
TAKE PAIREtEuD PEACII Jrl'NEY DIRECP TO OFFICE ON
PROPERTY OR rAmy1FILD TROLLEY, TO PENFIELD ROAD
For ftuther particulars see salesmen on the grrounds or coramtmicate with
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W. J. HISTON
ELL 0 mai 0 - ALIA 41-11.1Lidl ILEA
- Own.er and developer
Phone Noble 2696 or Bar. 7560 Offices 647 Water St. and on Property
W. J. Histon, Sales Man-iker
Por the- first time in many years
the Bridgeport Police Department
will have a baseball team this year.
Fifteen members of the department
attended an organization meeting last
night at headquarters, called by Asst.
Supt. Thomas Flood, and John ON
Halpin was elected manager. The
first practicf, session will .be held
Monday evenlag at Ser.pide Park.
There is no dearth of good material
in the department for a strong team.
Invitations to play games with Hart
frod and Waterbury are on hand and
willbe accepted. The team will be
open to play ail police and firemen's
teams in the State.
Lester Roger Burdick
Old and Respected Resident
Comes to End of Life's
In the passing of Lester Roger Bur
dick, yesterday, at St. Vincents hos
pital,. one of the old and respected
residents of the East Side, was re
lieved from the moorries of this life.
He had been in the hospital for about
two weeks. Death was due to the
infirmities of age. -He had been in
failing health for th-e past few years.
Mr. Burdick was of the old rugged
Yankee stock, his ancestors having
come to this country in 1620, and
later formed part of the Roger Wil
liams colony which settled in Rhode
Island. He was a native of Wester
ly, R. born Dvs. 3, 1850.
As a. young man he, became an ex
pert in the meat business, and was
one of the most pro,ficient market
men in his home town. He came to
these parts about 45 years ago, and
made his home first in that section of
Bast Bridgeport which was then "West
Stratford, whIch comprised the terri
tory west of the 'Yellow Mill river to
the Stratford town line,. He mar,.
ried here, and shortly after the
family moved across. the 'pond tOE the
East Side taking 10.6 their residence
in East ;Main street near Nichols
street. 'For-upwards of 40 years he
lived in the same neighborhood and
became one of 'the best known and
respected citisens of the section. Af
ter retiring as a marketman he be
came janitor of the Nichols street
school, which position he filled for
Since the death of his wife six years
ago, Mr. Burdick has lived a.quiet and
peaceful life with his da,ughter, Louise
M., wife of Robert Smith, the well
known clothing salesman of 33 Cur
tis street The oldest son, Albert W.
Burdick, made his home with him.
Mr. Burdick was affiliated with no
fraternal organizations, preferring to
devote all his leisure time to his wife
and children, leading a. most exem
plary life. He was a splendid speci
men bf thtat type of citizenship whose
passing means a distinct' loss to the
Surviving him are his three chil
dren. Mrs. Robert Smith, Albert W.
and Lester C. Burdick. The funeral
will be held on Monday, July 18, at 2
p. tn. from his late home. 33 Curtis
LONDON PAYS HONORS
TO CANADA'S PREMIER
London, July 16.---Arthur Meighen,
the Canadian Prim-e Minister, received
the freedom of the City of London
yeaterday. Until recently Mr. Mel
ghen's name was little known to the
British public, although he' made a
great impression on those with whom
he ca,me in contact When in 1918 he
represented Canada. in the Imrperial
War Cabinet. Many editorial tributes
are being paid to him by tire London
The Daily Chronicle says:
"If the future peace of the world
41.11ð tho progress of civiliztion de
pend, as we think they do, upon a
close mutual understanding between
the United Mates and the Brit Sh Em
pire, then Canada. has a very special
Part to play in procuring it She is a
Mason State, sharing at Onee in the
British and in the American outlook
a,nd seemingly placed and equipped
by Providence for the very purpose
of Thartnonizing them. For that rea
son ,her voice in the Empire's coml
ells is bound to carry new and Decu
liar weight, and it is well that, as on
many notable past occasions, she
should now be represented by a leader
of outstanding individual ability."
EVANS laGirrs FOR, TrrDE. ,
Chicago, July 16 Por the sixth
tiTne in 12 years Charles "Chick"
Evarrs, Jr., national amateur g-olf
champion, will fight for the Western
open amateur title today when he
meets Rudy Kne-pper, Icrwa State
champion in the final rounds of the
'Western amateur championship
tourney at Westmareland.
Fresh Plate Beef
- - ' 5c lb
F rankforts and Bologna - 18c rb
- Corned Rump Butts . 12c lb
6 Bars Lenox Soap for1Sawyers' Blueing, 2 hot
s - 251 ties 25c
Swifts' Cleanser 5 cans 6 pkgs. Crold Dust for 25c
25c Argo Lump Starch 3
, Ammonia, full quarts 20c pkgs 25c
Bridge Oft -,f),thlic Maikef ''j
State and Bank Sts. Phones.
DFA-VER MAY SECURE
WEEMER.WEIIGHT TITLE Dour
Denver, July 16.A welterweight
championship match, with a purse of
$15,000 to be hung up, is the fistic
feast promised Denver fans by Jack
Kanner, local boxing promoter.
Kanner announced today that he
has matched Johnny Griffiths, of Ak
ron, Ohio and Harry Schuman of this
city. for a twelve round go at the
Stockyards Stadium here the latter
part of July. The winner of , the
Griffith-Schuman fight, Kanner an
nounces, will meet Jack Britton for
the welterweight championship of the
world in this city, probably on Labor
I Hartford, July 16Andy McCarthy
i is the State Duckpin champion today
as a result of winning seven out of
'eleven games from Jack Spalding his
slew Haven rival, last night in the
i Elm City.
le uNTr. STATEZ DISTRICT counT,
District of C011Eleetiellt
In the Matter of: MAX M. EICHT.
Id BankruptIn Bankruptcy.
f- -Upon Confirmation of Composition. I
e- Notice is Hereby Given, That Max M.
et FAchen of Bridgeport, in the County of
, Fairfield, and State of Connecticut. has
filed his application dated July 9, 1921,
for a confirmation of a composition of
rs 10 per cerit. proposed by hina, which
id application has been referred to the un
se dersigned as Special Master, and that
1.1 all his creditors and other persons in
iterested, objecting to .such confirms,
tion, naay attend before John Keogh.
V. Esq.. Referee in Bankruptcy and Special
Mester at the County Court House,
rls Bridgeport. COM2-, on July 26, 1921. at
9:30 a. m.. then and there to examine the
bankrupt and to snow cause, if ano,
'' they have, why such composition shall
n- not be confirmed.
,ss Referee in Bankruptcy and Special
Bridgeport, Conn-, July 16, 1921. EL
UNITED sasA:ris DIS'rRICT COURT,
District of Connecticut.
:V.: In the Matter of: HENRY N. MORAN,
'al BankruptIn Bankruptcy.
2 To the Creditors of Henry N. Moran
tie of Bridgeport- in the County of Fair
. field. and District aforesaid, bankrupt:
This is to give Noticed' That art July
12. 1M, said Henry N. Moran was duly
s adjndicated bankrupt, and that the first
meeting- of his creditors will be held at
R the office of the undersigned Referee, in
the CountY Court House, Bridgeport,
COE131., July 26, 1921, at 1 p. m., at which
!n, time the creditors may attend, pro
ed their claims, appoint a trustee. examine
the bankrupt and transact such other
business as may properly come before
t:e said meeting.
a Refere in Bankruptcy.
m Bridgeport, Corm.. July 16, 1921. a ,
All Roads Are Good Roads
when your ear Is equipped with
S &S SHOCK ABSORBERS
MADE FOB ALL CABS
Thirty days' triat Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded,
'rho roan who known no rough roads
Sib Stata St, Bridgeport, Conn.
GIRLS! Win An Indian Bicycle
You can do it as well as the boys can. Obtain 38
new subscribers to the Bridgeport Evening Thnes
and we dellvdr the bicycle free of charge after they
File Your Entry Blanks Now at The
Bicycle Contest Dept-, Evening Times Office
179 Fairfield Avenue
COLLECT NO MONEYPAY NO MONEY
JUST FINDING IT OUT.
Little Rock, Ark., July 111."Wher
a man marries his troubles begin,'
observes H. C. Rawlings, who hat..
come back to the State prison here
to complete a five-yea-r term fee
bigamy. Rawlings escaped from
prison in 1912 and went to
Colo.; where he resided with his sec,
ond wife until apprehended.
Change frowns into
Make the warm weath
er a real pleasure.
Buy a WHITE MOUN
TAIN CE CREAM
FREEZER and make der,
dons ice cream and ices.
Priced according to size.
Fairfield Ave. & Middle St
"All that is Hardwareanti
LEE,.In this city, Friday, july 15,
.19.21, Thomas J. Lee, husband of
Annie Higgins Les
Friends are invited to attend the
funeral from his late 'residence,
1043 Noble avenue, ort TuesdaY,
July 11, at 8:30 a. m.. and from
-St Charles' church at 9 a. m.,
with a solemn high mass.
Interment at St. Michaers ceme
terY. PI 6b
WEBERJn this city. July 16, 1921.
Nora, beloved wife of John G.
Friends are invited to attend the
funeral at her late home, 28 Capi
tol avenue, on Monday, July 28,
at 10 a- nt.
anterment St Michaers ceme
BEEALY--In this city. July 14, 1921,
Bridget, widow of James Healy.
Friends are invited to attend the
funeral at her late residence, 586
Arctic street, on Monday, July 18.
at 9 a. m. and from St. Charles'
church at 9:30 a. vvith solemn
Interment at St. Michael's ceme
tery. - P1 5b
III this city, Thursday,
July 14, 1921, Michael J. 1,y-rich.
Friends are invited to attend tbe
funeral from his late residence,
1241 Iranistan avenue, on Monday.
July 18, at 8:30 a. m., and from
St. Augustine's church, where a
solemn high mass of requiem will
be offered for the repose of his
soul at 9 o'clock.
Burial in St. Rose's cemetery.
Newtown. Conn. PIM,
CARISON.--In Stratford, Conn., July
' 15, la21. Charles Carlson of 7 "Yar
' rington, court, Bridgeport, aged 30
years, 3 days.
Friends are invited to attend the
funeral from the Mortuary Chapel
of A. G. Baker, 1887 Stratford ave
nue. Notice of funeral hereafter- a
WANTEDSalesman with car to oall
on dealers with a low priced MOO mile
tire; $100 week with extra commissions
The C. L. Smith Co.. South-. Bend.
I wna, GLADLY TELL. ANYONE suf
fering with rheumatism how I was
cured in four days after two years'
terrible suffering. It matters not
what form you have, whet you' have
tried or how long, standing. Send
name and address today. Address
Box H-147, Little Rock, Ark. ap
SOUTH PARK AVE. GARAGE
All kinds of used oars for sale. All
kinds of accessories. Cpr. Park Ave.
and Johnson St. Noble 766.
FARJil WANTED in exch,ange of Devon
modern dwelling, centrally located..
,E. W. Langner, office 190 Bridgeport
Ave.. Devon, Conn. Pl6all.
HAVE YOU A FARM or country prop
erty you want to sell? 'We have SeV
era' buyers. Doherty & ',angrier, 190
Bridgeport Ave., Devon, Conn. .P16a
SEVERAL GOOD BARGAINS in Devon
, houses, from $2.000 to $6,000; also large
plots and shore property. Doherty &
Larigner. 190 Bridgeport Ave., Devon.
Conn. Pl6a :
BARBER SHOP. 32 Hillside Ave., cor.
Capitol Ave. Hair cut-25c. Shave 15c.
rirst class work. Pasquale Feraca.
uNrrEn STATES DISTRICT COURP.
District of Connecticut.
In the Ma,tter of: UNITED TALORING-
CO., ALIAS scarr & CO., Banknupt--In
To the Credtdors of -United Tailoring
Co., alias Scott & Co., of Hartford and
Bridgeport. in the County of Fairfield,
and District aforesaid, bankrupt:
This is to give Notice...That on JulY
4, 1921, said United TallOring Co., alias
Soott & Co., WEIS duly adjudicated bank
rupt, and that the first meeting or cred
itors will be held at tbe office of the
undersigned Referee, in the County
Court House. Bridgeport. Conn. July
26, at 2 n. m.. at which tuhe the
credlitors may-attend, prove their claims.
appo4nt a, trustee, examine the bank
rupt Eind transact such other business
as may properly come before said meet
- - JOHN IZMOOFI.
. - Referee in Benkrupte7.
1301dCePoret- Comm, JULY' lagL. e.
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Fifteen members of -the department
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':, I i . ! In Worcetter yesterday the prices
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There is no dearth of good material
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PBoapt for 1 Sawyers' Bluein.g.1, 22C13oet
Swifts' Cleanser 5 cans 6 pkgs. Gold Dust for 25c Nili '
ri-i . i establishments along Main etreet. lino ---$3,,,:,,s3..! , ,,,,, , - .3,: 9f.- 1 ,-e, ' 41.4 s, . . 41 ,t., . too . : t, :. , ,e-4.... ,
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..7t. 2 ' , O'lr. ' Invitations to play games with Hart
frod and Waterbury are on hand and , , $tarch 3
11 . . otholeirencitan Peat otIcile anddathahtatvbe saoda , ,..4,,
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i . , return to pre-war prices. A survey 41"''' :;,. -,s'-';"''' '"ta....4,5f:4-ZP :e.,W- 11-''.'-- 3.,--,' , -.- ..
. , :, ilk- , open to play ail police and firemen's r Ammonia, full q.uarts 220c5c Arpkggc's. LuniP.
-1 or the local stores does not indicate - .-E ' '-' ,
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dick, yesterday, at St. Vincents hos
Pital. one of the old and respected AVELMERWEIGHT TITLE Dour
Denver, July 16.--A welterwe- ht a a
ig Limttle Rock, Ark., July 111."Wher
n marries his troubles begin,'
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,'-' - '' --",1. ''',,,,,, . - -- ..,"4, AO., .- -:- : -,-: : - : observes H. C. Rawlings, -who hat! 11,
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i f, t Maxie City July 16.---War office '.,iAt.,12i, - He had been-in the hospital for about tcoo To mbpaicekte toa tfhi ye eTeaatre tperrimson h fear:
; authorities declared last night that ,..;--1,,.14,,,,,,-, '..-,a;lic;,0.r4,0,4. Neg.' '11F- '..!k'11'''''''''
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' i the uprikang in the state of Tama,ull- " ""
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infirmities of ,age. He had been in Kanner, local boxing promoter. .fmrooran, I,
4 v ', pas, led by General Daniel Martine kwo, ::.,:!,:.-....,:ÿek 7, ----: , ..:::::,,s- , - .1,4,,,-4 , 4:e! ;;, .... im, ..,t2pi ., 04.,,titd ::,:,,, : reaent.Petdo La
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'i - , - i He,rrerra, would be put down in little failing health for th-e past few years. Kanner announced today that he Colo.; where .!.,,,3-e resided with, his sec,
- ond w-fe until a,pprehended
- , 2.:W.S,3,,s. tit -se,. --- Mr. Burdick was of the old rugged has matched Johnny Griffiths, of Ak l
, rmore.: than a -week It was declared
-' ; federal troops were being dispatched ,
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Yankee stock, his ancestors having' ron, Ohio arid Harry Schuman of t -
come to this country in 1620, and' city. for a. twelve round go at the
later formed pert of the Roger Wil- Stoc.kyarde - Stadium here the latter
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