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frrm CMni tnter-Oeeen 1 HoVBt)-HX KM "MVln' up." All hT little mi knew It lH she eult stlrkla in for rodee at noon. eta walked X and from work that Is. in theory he walked, for she often ran for tllu at a time to ward being let either at the store or at home for no on wa supposed to know she did nut rid. Hhe took the 10 rent her moth er ottered her every morning, either to ride both way: or ride on- way and get coffee, whichever teemed heat Beventy-ali waa a queer combination of thlld and little old woman. Ilka moat of the rash girls In department store Hhe aaw and heard a great desl every day of her busy life. And Seventy-six had an Ideal. Iti the person of little Ml Magee. the rash Jer tc whom ihe took her heck. Ml Maeee wa a slight, ahort. rrt. little body with a ureal quantity f pale reddleh hair that waa the delight of nil the cash girls' heart. It 'stayed In o good all day. Hut Heveiity-slx In particular longed lor ted hair and little hand and every charm possessed by Mlaa Ma gee Mo when H Valen tin h ie and Mia Magee got a til'f linii'h of violet delivered by n luiv lla JanlV.lIf mail It .1... .L. i h.vn , box of vloleta with extra long stems n hum-h of vloleta rome t., herself "'I nlra leaves and ao Ilk thn- nnt. If all llvril to Hie next I inriMiBB four dar. The dMiar aaltl the frost burned hor threat and Ihmk ami he ilmkl ho mtiro careful. Twwny. the llth, when all th world got IU valentine, the young nmn at the florist's etore waa very lmv. i. ' rery gar He whistled hit from i n Serenade" and "rags" Iry way of en , eon and he worked hard all the Urn Juat before noon a tall, narrow youth ( In the very boxleat of topro'-. earn Into the Horlat' and ordered a hlg box of violate sent to a beauty out on the south tide, extra long atema and some Hire leavea. he wild he would like. The musical youth took the order to the air of Take Your Clothes ami Go'' and the customer went on tils way. It was half-post X Tuesday afternoon snd every bit of stork In the Horlat a wa sold. ICveryone waa Imay and the young man who whistled wait ao rushed he had to Just whistle rag time tunes all the afternoon, they be ing the fiulckeat. Ho it came about that when he had a long row of boxes set out tilled with the dlvlnest gift Uod aenda to man Itowert he had beelde him a pile of gummed labels , with pddreaee on them, lie dampened 1 one that had on It a little elch girl j name, her number and the name of ' the Brm ahe worked for. and with "Mr. Johnann. Don't Oet (lay." fining the i air about him be faatened It on n big he sailed FRANKFORT QUlfX Gprbcl Very Low and tils Demise Tiiotirjlit Near. St Valentine day, and everyone would think ahe had "a fellow ' and 1 that he ent em like Ml Magee s fellow did And after the aevere strain of the holiday was lifted ft lit tle in regard to her earnings, she se cretly rotnriienrt-d to save tin. Poor little seventy-six! To save up meant to her to walk miles twice a day. though sometimes ahe got a little "hitch ' on a friendly express wagon, but Mhe d he nearly home when shed "hitch.'' No one would see her away out on Weat Twelfth atreet. When ahe couldn't run or get a little ride and came home late she glibly invent ed e .tea all very plaualble. "Chang ing stork around" wa one; "getting 1n new goods" that had to lie opened and fixed at once, waa another, and her mother and little slaters noted her Kreat Importance at the etore. One Sunday afternoon ahe canvassed the florists' atorea ami the combination florlet and undertaking establishment, where prickly looking pillows made ot hard, dry (towers, with "Itest" done In purple in the center, and white satin nllpiera were displayed In the win dow L'p on one ldo of the street and down the other he sought violate, to Inquire ss to price, but she uever f nn, wl i,.,i ntiu Nail Hav ! noon ahe got permission to go out and she had not fsr tn eek a Horlst. nnd the wise -young mini there told her violet were "from cnia up." and that they weie k.H'c and would be acarcer and ahe would Imve to nruir them a few day ah. ad If he wanted any. Then She hurried hack to the atore. nnd I when she was reporting to the time keeper, Mr. Goldstein, bend of a depart- 1 ment. Inld hla hand on her shoulder and asked her number. "I tM i) I. Heventy-alx you arc getting tall for u nh, he aald. nnd still hold ing her l.y the Klioulder he half pushed, half led tier to the rear of the store, and .:ii wtit round that "Seventy 'tlx wn llt d Whi.iiie reached the wrappers' and lnieci .r deak he found her a place there .tlx! told I er If ahe was as good a wrnii''f and Inspector as she had been a ciiih' she d be all right. Hhe started in at her new Job nt once and when the r ue.li glri thnt she had been one o( n few hours before came up with goods the gsvo herself lofty utrs, as Is the way of the world. On th Monday following her promo tion she ordered the PB-ient bunch ot violet In the florist's window, left her name, number and the name of the firm ehe worked lor. Hh knew the flowers would fo to the office first and The big box ot violets for Seventy- six got to the olflce of the hlg store if Fin, "'miswb rr y. I Xi5 .v K IWrt'iiX but the violets never found Hevi-nty-slx II CX'-' rdi J t$3 Unot on. of them. iTSSBsN J. HU 11 1 ' ! Saturday morning she came down 7 iISf lilt HAW I't'BIIISI). HALF IMD HUM TO TIIH IU8AII 01' TUB 8TOHI5. just before closing time. The man In the ulllre, not knowing the llllln girl was absent from the store, "0. K.'d" the box and sent It downstairs to tier, but It came bark In a few moments for more "0. It s." This lime It was op tilled and the ottlco stood still. Violet, hundreds of them, long steins, nice leaves; vtolet thst trem bled at their own lowliness; violets that tilled nil the air with springtime "Heveniynlx I coining up." ttld the head houkkeper ss he handed a tew ot the Dowers to the pretty typewriter. "I think It looks very bad for Heveii-ty-slx," snld the typewriter as she tau tened the violets In her waist. That speech set nil the office think ing. The glrlH In the office thougm of Heventy-alx going down Ihe broad, bright. flowrr-Ktrewn path almost nay young girl mu go at the price of her soul. The men In the oltlce thought ot all the thing mut huvo stolen from the Itrm to huy thnt box of flow er, for when they asked the delivery boy wi rdercd them he sld, "A girl. No. rteventy-Kix." 8o on that evi dence and on the lark of faith In hu man nature In geueral the little sick girl out an West Twelfth street lost her reputation and her occupation. ICveryone In the olflce had a few violets when they went home that night, not that auyono wanted to cheat the right ful owner ot them, but It was too late to attend to the matter of sending her word about them that night, and they would be spoiled next day. and It would be better to use them, ho everyone otd-tltno valentine, with their Ines paper and sentimental rhymrs, have very nearly fallen Into disuse, wnat little of their splomlor remains has been relegated to the children. Hut It the tawdry tyiies Imve lieen east nsldt better things ore offered In their plaec. If the poet Is lees heavy, entortnln menls at various sort nourish. Din ner, luncheons, tens nnd dances nra nil chronicled fur the fateful four teenth, and aultnbla and slgitUtannt favors and souvenirs are being sought and purchased by the score. Cupids, heart, liows and arrows and lovors' knots make the favorite designs. One or more, It not nil, are Included In every list; but as Jewels, preflloui metals, (lowers, (minting, tine needle work and ribbons all tso to make tip. there is considerable variety nnd n Una opportunity tor the display of ptrsonnl skill. one dinner which Is to preeedo a danre Is to be pink In its decorations, and. as iar as practicable, pink In Its food, while Its souvenirs and thoso ot the cotillon, which will make the llnnls of the evening, have all been designed with the puriKtse of the day In view. In the center of the table Is to bq a huge heart of la I'ranee rotes, while over It will be susieiided a lilsono Cu pid, with bow stretched nnd arrow ulmed. ItnrlrrllriK the entire tnblo will be Mitllnx In a succession of hearts, each designed to msrk oft the space for n cover, nnd before enrh guest will bo placed a menu caril In heart-shape and a silken box ot the same design, within which will he cnndled rose leaves, and which later can made receptnelos for Jeweled pins. The Ires will be pink, and In heart shape, nnd both candles ami iHmpa will he provided with pink shades. During the dnnre nrrow pins will ho presented to the men, nnd pins In design of lovers' knots to tho girl. Munchoa of rosos nnc bmitonntoros will be made the fentures of another llguro; set-hots, In heart shape, ot n third, and calendars, pnlnted upon wnter color paper, shuwlng Cupid hovering over a mall box. for n fourth. At a second dance, the Invltntloni for which name an early hour, tho dancing up to tho suppet hour will bo general, but as onrh guest leaves tho supper-room he or she will ho required to draw from a bug containing sections of hearts. Upon onch section will ho written n imrt ot some fiimlllnr, nnd suitable limitation, ono portion having been nmnug those distribute) to mo women, tho other among thono given to tho men. The two which shall matrh, making a perfect heart and a complete couplet, will designate part ners, and when all have been matched the cntlllen will begin. Among the favors are to be bonbon boxes In heart shape, tiny Cupids, sil ver arrow pin, pink ribbon tied with true lovers' linots and engagement eal enders made from a succession ot henrts. each tut from water color paper and painted vlth suitable design. After dinners and dances, card ir TAYLOR'S OflDM NOT IIONOIIEI) Oy th Authorities at the l'tnlitnllary--A Dank Refuse to Cailt Voutheri Stfll Them. e afford the greatest opportunity, I was rstused. Frankfort, !Cy I'eli. S. Gov. Ooelwl passed on the whole, an unfavorable day yeelentsy, although he was fairly comfortable when night caint. on. lie has belt n dosen doctors around htm and the report ot lilt condition vary according to the last physician wio leaves his room. One doctor Is confluent that he will recover ami another generally allows him an hour or two before he breathes his last. Ills strength Is maintained to a great extent by Injection. He has bsd several sinking spells, out of which he wits brought with some dlfllrutty. He seemed to rally less readily from each successive rollaiiae. but held his own steadily throughout the afternoon. Ills kidney have practically ceased their funrtloim, nud slight syinptons ot pneumonia have appeared, hut have not as yet become so serious as to cause alHrm In themselves. The doctors as a whnle entertain no hopes for his recovery. At 9:90 last night Dr. McCotiiilck, the optimistic pliynlclan, declared that In his opinion there was on reason why Uov. Ooshel should not recover. The trfnees of pneumonia which had ap peared he declurrd to be the usual oc curence In cases ot his kind. The most furious symptnu was, he snld, the re fusal of tho kidneys to operate uiul a consequent danger of blood iwlmnlng. News from Ooebels room nt 11:30 last night Is that he Is worse and indicates that ho may possibly die before morn ing. Tho notion o (the hoai t has grown weaker, and ns clVrulutlon through the tight lung Is retarded by his wound, but little blood Is received by tho heart. Unless the action ot the heart becomes slrougor It Is feared death will result. At 1 o'clock this morning Dr. Hume snld that (lov. (loehel would probably live through tho night. He mlded, however, that there was a possibility of tiraemlr poisoning and that It waa possible for tho governor to die lit u ctivulslon at almost any time. Two direct s'.sns were given Oov. Taylor yesterday by public otllcers who declined to obey hi orders. The llrt cams from President Hodman of the Farmer's Hank, which Is a state depos itory. Some vouchers on the bank were signed by Oov. Taylor In favor of some of the mllltla olllrers who wanted tnuey for their companies. When they wre presented nt the bank, paymem ti nnd nr In greatest demand. Among the younger set progressive hearts ut much liked, and affords an excellent opportunity for the decorations and favors suited to the day. One clever hostess has had her plana laid for some time. The large roam In which the tables will be arranged Is to be decorated with puiK nowers ami with sinllax urra lined In hearts and howknots. On each table Is to be plared a heart-shaied dish, In which will be bonbons, also In henrt-shspe and all pink. When the guests nrrlvo earh will he given n section nt n paper heart, which exactly (Us soms other HHJB UOT A MTTMt HITCH OK ritlKNlil.Y KXI'KKHIi WAUOK. be "a K d' and in due course of time drift sown the rhsnael to her. Then all the girls would open tbelr eyes and woe)4er who her 11 low was ar1 ke Jealous aad mad If they wanted to xcept. of course, Miss Magee. lite woo 14 give her a few violets yes. and poor little rtlgtuy-Bttie- she would give her a tew. Thus planning for the mor row she hastened down Wabash av ene to Tyelltk street and ran along west. InkallBg crisp, frosty air, which, deeMite all Use Injum ttoas of alt the doctors to Dei out in the air, waeu't tMalHtaus ber Isms Alter BMPPr she mm feverish and tt.il Hot mother ltd all the IllUe things a woman thinks ssw wast da tter. asyi sosmIs for a dor tor, test the little daughter grew steadily worse. Aoout X o'clock In the morning a doc tor was called lie ordered the Beces- u remedies snd Uft Instruction and still Seventy stx was very slsk for to work, oale and thin, and Mr. tjoiitatng sent her upstairs to a private offlte to report to Mr. Ware, who had her case all laid out before blm. and had no doubt but she was the coming Mm Mandebaum. tor she surely must be a clever thief, this thinly dad. fright ened little ihlld-womun After Mr Ware opened his mail and looked over it he turned to her and askeii hat li" wanted and when she told her num ber he said. "Ob, yes. Hit down Now Heventy-alx, a large box of nowers mme Here lor you on the llth. and they were altogether too expensive for a girl like you I determined to look into the matter. Now, Seventy-six. U you know who sent thi tu here? ' "Tea. air I bought them." said Mm tri. Mr. Ware stsrted "I'm. urn he MM. Woo gave you ine moueyr i fivad it." "Urn- yes- well- eleven- ty-slx, I'm sorry, but you lake this not down to Mr. Oal and give In your ps se book and your badge and I hope yeu'll he a better girl next place you work. That s an. seventy-six. She slowly crept down the stairs. struggling wit" ln !" st the quarter for her badge which sne had deposited for It. and once more word went aroNud that "Seventy-six was fired." The south side beauty look her dear, little let-cent bunch of vloleta to her own room and kissed it, for ahe "knew whom they were from." Hhe arranged some of them In her pretty yellow hair and though she got oeeeas of (towers ahe iH-Msd one bunch of violets to re member that Valentine's day. I I B4JTnBSTT!aaJS-fcv7VA Tl . JVV7 Of eT ssn 1 It I I If I; ! V- t When a wan makes the mistake ot marrying too young It Is on of the mistakes he neror repeats. HUI.KCMTKD TO THIS CHII.UIlMN. set tloii, and will be required to find Its mate before partner can be arranged. The urlxes are to be a china bonbon box. painted with a Cupid design, and . . , a VOIUIlie OI Henuiiivmai mii, nun hh extra cover (Minted In a similar wanner, with borders of leather cut In heart-shape, and showing etched Cupids weeping over broken hearts tor the boobies. After the game supper will be served, and among tho dishes will be salads upon heart-shaped pistes, with crisp little lovers' knots taking tho place of the usual linger reiki, and lees molded Into miniature g4s ot love. HeirtiUllc. Merely Hint Mr. Horem ill p. m.) "My mette is, Par as you ho." Miss Oultlng -Well. I'm willing to lend you a small amount If It will help you out." ChU eago News. rim luntul Instance tiromlsed for a I time to have aerluus consequence ami j trouble may yet arise from It. Oov. j Taylor leaned a jwrdun to Douglas Hayes, u convict In the ITanklort pen itentiary, who Is serving a five-year term for manslaughter, having been sentenced In March, 1W. When the pardon was sent to Warden l.lllnru he decided that he could not turn the man loose until ha wss satisfied regarding the legal status of tne Governorship. He made no reply to Gov. Taylor, hut declined to honor the pardon and In formed the penitentiary cominlas'-ouers t hi action. They agreed with ine position tuken by the warden and the man was held. At 8 o'clock Speaker Trimble posted a notice In the oltlce of the Capitol ho tel calling members of the house to meet In one of the hotel parlors. Pot-tv-four members only were preaent. ! and this being no quorum, an adjourn ment waa taken. The meeting was hot orlglually Intended as much for busl uess purposes as to serve notice on the military that the legislature was able to meet when It chooses. The notice was potted In ample time to have al lowed the soldiers to prevent the gath ering. The senate alto held a short caucus and Nomina led leuntor Carter ot An derson county to be president pro Urn ot theeenaU. a position heretofore held by Qoehel. It Is now definitely decided that uoh. John H. Cnatlemait of luevllle Is not to be Adjutant General for Oov. One Uel. and while It was asserted Inti night with great lHssltlvess) tliat he had been appointed It Is said last tugnt he never was tendered the pinto. MeeiHclty Um. Washington. Pah. 1 Defers deter mining ntmn the policy to pulsus In connecfion with a reajtisst of Out. Tay lor of Kentucky has made for "recogni tion and aid." President WclCtnley pro- lo put tbe matter to Ue cab inet. The president has been anticipating he would le eallei! upon to oxerciee federal authority In Kentucky, and has taken twine to keep Informed of the situation, not only from newsnaiiers, hut by nertonnl conference with prom inent Kentoetttsna. Tilt eonttltntloii of the culled States guarantees protection to ever' state In the Union "on application of the legis lature or the executive (when the legis lature can not be convened) against do mestic violence." Ilefore the president will corned to send traaiM Into Kentucky there will have to be considerable bloodshed and the undoubted evidences of the Inabil ity ot the state to preserve order, be sides Indications that 1'nlted States property Is In danger; that the malls, Interstate commerce and the federal couits are being Interfered with. Cutll such conditions exist, It Is the desire of the administration to give the state every opportunity to bring order out of ehuos. The presldeut Is worried over (he sit uation. He had hoped there would ue a tieaceful settlement ot the dispute. His position, already emlrarrnaalng, would become more so In osse Mr. Ooebel should appsal for "recognition and aid " It la understood thnt the pulley of tho president In deciding between the con testants and on despatching federal trooiw Into Kentucky will depend large ly tiioii the opinion of Attorney Gener al Griggs. ISvrn If federal trooie were sent to the stats, however, It Is postlvely declared by a high military authority that tliwy would nut be permitted under any con slderntlun to Interfere with polltlaal af fairs, hut would be used to protect fed eral properly, to prevent Interferences with the malls and Interstate commerce and tf the statu troops worn unublo to do so, to preaerve order. There Is no Intention on the (wrt ot the administration to tnke action In favor ot either arty. believing such n course wisest for the state and tho country. In order to deilne (he authority of federal trooM when culled upon to art wMhlii a stale the war department dur ing the Chlrago outbreak In 1S0C care fully Investigated the taws an that sub ject and MnJ. Gen. Srhnlleld. then In comma ml of the army. Issued a gen eral order which declared that the gov ernment ran. of Its own volition, uso the federal troop wlthn a state only when "Insurrection, domestic violence, unlawful combinations or conspiracies In any state ohelruet or hinders the execution of the laws thereof, and of the railed rttatrK as tn deprive any portion or clou of the people of aurh state of any of the right, privileges. Immunities or protection named In the (onultutlon slid secured by tbe laws to: the protection of such rights, privil ege or Immunities and the constituted nuthorltlex of uch state are unable to protect, or from any cause fall In or refuse protection of the people In surh right." Information In tne poasesslou of the authorities does not show that there exists In Kentucky any of the condi tions described In this order. It Is not certain that the call of Taylor tor aid ran be regarded an legal by the president. Airritor and tlotlechtr Krsld. Atiilln, Tox., Feb. 8. Kxpert 0, h. Colquitt dosed hi argument before ihe taxation committee yealerUay, and nt the nfterutHin session a brief hear ing was given the lax aetewers and collectors who wished to dlseueo Uet bill. C. A. Turner, nsseeeor for Dslhw county was Introduced. Chairman Hchlutor said tho desire of the commit tee was to learn from the assestsra whnt dimeultloN they oxperlendetl la the levy of taxes that Is, what elttM was escaping taxes. Mr. Turner said that tho most difficult Horn ot taxation to reach was money. The statement ot the Dallas banks In December last showed Individual deposits ot belwetu 16,000,000 and 17,000,000. It was also difficult to reach erexllt and mortgages, tho amount held being much In oxcees ot the amount ren dered as subject (o taxation. Lean, and building associations rendered nothing oxcopt root estate on n ruling inndn by the controller exempting tholr securities. Trust companies ren doretl no money or securities, nor dtil lustirnuco companies. Average mllio of lands In Dallas county was from fit to $t0 por acre, or an average for the entire county ot Sit. In Dallas county the prapooeU bill woukl Ineroato values at least ono third. Halo ot tax. Including state, was S7V4 cents. Tho average rntiio ot oattlo was about StO aud homos not much more. Mr. Motr, nHoisor for TrarlH coun ty, said credits ami moneys ware tho most difficult Items for an nMoSeor to reach. 4 Several collectors wero also hear, I'leriun lluiin. Ctarksvlllc, Tex., I'cb, 3. Hender son Vlerson, colored, waa hanged n quarter of a mllo east of town yea tar day for a double murder wmntltted. last August. Tho execution was a perfect siteoess, without hitch or unusual Inoldont. After donning a neut hktak worsted suit, tho death warrant was road to him ut 1 o'clock. Pinning n bouquet on his cont, ho remarked to Hcv. Wcsloy: "I will soon Lo going home." It was a ten minutes' Journey by wagon from tho Jail to the scaffold. Tho doomed nmn, escorted by a depu ty, nRconded tho scaffold with at firm stop. There was praying anil, sirring, Plcrson Joining In. Ho then stepped forward and said: "I havo committed n great crime. My sentoneo was Just. God has forgiven mo. I om gojjig homo to Jesus." The singing started was going when tho drop foil. Ills neck was broken. The body hung fourteen minutes, ltvo thousand people wltueMod the hang ing. Plcrson suffered the exereme penalty ot the law for the murder of his wlfo and innther-ln-mw on Aug. M, 1900, an the plantation of 8. It. Wtbtou. In this county. hium mitt. Galveeien, Tex., l'eb. a. The fifteen Slavonian stare cutters brought bask from the woods ot MhMMppl (or de portation on the ground tlmt they wars contract luborers brought to the Uni ted Slates In violation ot law, were taken away yesterday on the N'orth German Lloyd ateamshlp Maria IUek mera and tho Incident l eiosed. The matter attracted considerable attention because (he company refitted to take the men on the steamship Itoland, sail ing Jan. 1. an appeal to the aecrelary of the treasury having been made. Tho appeal was disallowed. UlHlHIlN llrlilHlli San I'rancleco. Pal., l'eb. t Tbe spe cial train bearing tbe remains of MaJ. Un. Henry W. Mwton. Ma John A. Logsu and Burgeon MaJ. Armstrong to their last resting place started east yrxierdny afternoon. The depatture of the bodies of the three otllcers were marked by fitting honors. The funeral train Is due In Chicago Monday. The body of MaJ. l.ogan will be taken to Voungstown. O. The body of Hen. Uwton wilt He In tate at lorl Wayne and Indianapolis one day and the train will then continue ott is Washington. I.eyiU' Slllii. llsrlln, l'eb. 1-The preee eoHtlttHes la oeeuny Itaelf with the mission of iw i vd The Sehleeleehe Zeitung ...'i iu nHiti liarsen Courier are In nnw .,w..x naasnl In dechtring that lfds detin to bring about the Intervention of the great powers In South Africa. Tbe latter Journal, however, exprsssv m doubt a to the success of hie ef 8There I at present no sign thst me elation of the powers would b wel coins to England. Tujrlar l I'reehleHl. Washington. Peb. t President Me- Klnley received a long message from Oov. W. S. Taylor of Kentucky. Oov. Taylor recite at length the situation In Kentucky, declares that he consider himself tbe legally elected executive ot the stale, and asserts that tbe condi tion of affairs at the preottU lime Is moot critical. He ears that 3LMai my occur at any lima. whtehJHI cnuto MeodSHoti. t'riiunl the lllleA liondon. Kek l.-The St. James Oft- sotto says It Is reported on good au thority that Oom. Heller Una again croated tho Tugtta river at three plaeea and thai flcktlHg hat boon proceeding all ibiy Itttk. The war ) has no nefft of Oen. Uullera all'eged moventenU M refMrted by the St. James Oasette. but the (ta per uys It has ttJ reason to doubt tbs . iirtvtuess of Its Inforinullua HiimU-l'iit fiuuu. IiRlrfleliI, Tex.. Feb. 3. Tho people of this vicinity are very mueli rtgltatotl over the small-pax, What was aunpftied to lie chicken-pox has been very prev alent In the southsuotern porttm of this county for more than a month, hut Oounty Health Pnyelelan Dr. W. N. Sueetl went down and Investigated it. ami It has developed to be somll-pox. While It has been In moot rases here tofore n very dhwreet tenn, not many deaths remitted. Utoently It luts got un more serlotu ami several cases are now reported to be In a very strteua MMdttten. i ! I'rabaMe llilal I'm It. Auotia, Tex., rb. t Prod Kors brugh. manager of the Isspusla Und and QaUle eopar of Ulckeus county, was found In an unconscious condition at 3 o'clock yesterday morning lying on the roof ot Ihe kitchen of the Dritklll hotel. He was In his night clothes and had evidently fallen from tbe window ot his room on the third door of the hotel Immediately above Ihe snot where he wafCfeUm!. His Injuries are thought to be fatal He weighs 2e)0 pounds. Ilerilh I'eualty. Center. Tex., Feb. 8. The jury la the Iloneyeutt ease brought In a verdlit nt murder In the first degree and as sessed the death penalty. The defend ant listened to the reading of the ver diet without flinching or moving a t.us- ele. The ewurt has not pateed sentence, and II Is not known whether or net the oase will be appealed. He waa topre- sealed by counsel appointed by the court. Iloneyeutt wss charged with Ihe murder ut his daughter.