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4 4A A case which possesses some localinterest local IocafInterest localinterest
interest was passed upon Tuesday by bythe bythe bythe
the United States court of appeals at atNew atNew atNew
New Orleans OrleansJohn OrleansJobn OrleansJohn
John T Hammond formerly of f OrIando Or Orlando Orlaudo ¬
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on a showing that he was driven outcf out outcf outcf
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the Consolidated d Grocery Company Companywhich Co Companywhich pany panywhich
which he alleged is a conspiracy inrestraint in inrestraint inrestraint
restraint of trade and in violation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sherman antitrust actlost in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
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case remanded r for a new trial uponassignment upon uponassignment uponassignment
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reversed was the admission by the thelower thelower
lower court of a letter which was ma material material material ¬
terial evidence tending to prove unlawful un unlawful unlawful ¬
lawful conspiracy conspiracyPALMETTO conspiracyPALMfTTO conspiracyPALMETTO
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INTERESTING DISCRIPTION OF OFINDIA OFINDIA OFINDIA
INDIA WHICH WAS ACCOMPAN ACCOMPANIED ¬
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RELATING TO THAT COUNTRY COUNTRYThe
The president Mrs Stillman intro introduced introduced ¬
duced Mrs Ida Niver as chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Literature Department which had hadcharge hadcharge hadcharge
charge of the afternoon at the Pal Palmetto Palmetto Palmetto ¬
metto Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The Palmetto Club orchestra gave gavetwo gavetwo gavetwo
two delightful selections ALabiaRookh A ALalla ALallaRookh Lalla LallaRookh
Rookh Intermezzo by Pabst B BIndiI BIndiIan BIndi BIndian Indi Indian ¬
an Idylle Nocturne by PapiniMrs Papini PapiniMrs Papini1Irs
Mrs Niver iver announced that the theLiterature theLiterature theLiterature
Literature Department had spent itslast its itslast itslast
last season in the study of India and andgave andgave andgave
gave a very brief description of IndiaMrs India IndiaMrs India1Irs
Mrs E K Bigelow gave an inter interesting interesting ¬
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dia Mrs Bigelow is a very de delightful deIightful ¬
lightful speaker always listened towith to towith
with pleasure pleasureMrs
Mrs Niver gave a synopsis of the theKashmir
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Thompson was accompanied verysweetly very verysweetly ver versweetly
sweetly by Miss Willaume whoplayed who whoplayed wl1opJyed
played the Evening Star from Fau Fauhaaser Fauhauser Fauhuser
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The department had secured thirty thirtyor
or l forty slides of India and Mrs MrsGraham MrsGraham MrsGraham
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ting discription of each one as it was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown upon the serene sereneMrs sereners sereneMrs
Mrs rs Win Atwood and Mrs J B BDowning BDOIning Bthe
Downing were wereternoon the hostesses of the af afternoon afternoon ¬
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The afternoon coed with t a short shortbusiness shortbusiness shortbus
meeting Mrs J B Down Downing Dov11lng Downing ¬
business bus ness
ing was elected as one of the delegates dele delegates delegatoo ¬
gates to the General Federation Federationwhich FederationwhIch Federationwhich
which meets in Cincinnati from the thellth the11th thelath
11th to the theceded lath of May 1la It was de decided decided ¬
cided to leave the t e election i of the theother theather theother
other delegate intEL after the ctttb el election eleotioo eleotlro4i ¬
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For Rent Furnished Rooms RoomsFor RoomsI RoomsFor
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FITZGERALD OATES GATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law LavSpecial La LaSpeclnl LawSpecial
Special Facilities Fuc1l1tles1or for Examining Examiningand
and Perfecting Land Titles TitlesOffice TitlesOmce TitlesOffice
Office in Oonrad Building Phone 128
NfW ORLEANS ORL ANS AUTO EVENTS EY1ISTO EVENTSCOMMENCE
TO TOBARNEY COMMENCE TOMORROW TOMORROWBARNEY TOMeRROARNEY
BARNEY OLRFIELD AND OTHER OTHERNOTED OTHERNOTED OTHERNOTED
NOTED DRIVERS TO COMPETE COMPETEON
ON THE MILE CIRCULAR TRACK TRACKNEW TRACNEW TRACKNEW
NEW ORLEANS Feb 4 4Every 4Everything 4Everything Every Everything ¬
thing Is in readiness for the opening openingtomorrow openingtomorrow openingtomorrow
tomorrow of the big twoday automo automobile automobile automobile ¬
bile race meeting to be held in con connection connection connection ¬
nection with the annual Mardi Gras Grascarnival Grascaml Grascarnival
carnival caml val The meet promises to be beone beone beone
one of the most sensational ever held heldon i ion 1 1on
on a mile track a as many of the men menentered I Ientered ientered
entered are record holders and there therewill th re rewill
s swill
will be much rivalry rivalryThe rivalryThe I IThe
The practice work augurs well for forthe forthe j jthe
the smashing of o records Many of the thescore thescore thescore
score or more of drivers completed completedthe t tthe
the circuit close to record time today to today toI toIday ¬
day Among the drivers who will willcompete willcompete willcompete
compete in the two days of racing racingare
are Barney Oldfield with 200 horse horsepower horsepower horsepower
power Benz George Robertson 90 90horse 90horse 90horse
horse power Simplex Ralph De Palma
90 horse power Fiat Louis Chevrolet ChevroletBuick ChevroletBuick evrole evrolej evroleBuick
Buick Speedy Shaw KnoxT Knox Arthur Ar ATthur Arthur j
thur W Greiner National 40 Ben BenKirscher BenKirscher BenKirscher
Kirscher Darracq Joe Nelson Buick BuickJoe Buick1 Buick1Joe
Joe Grennon Buick Billy Lynch LynchJackson LynchJackson LynchJackson
Jackson 40 and Arthur Chevrolet ChevroletBuick ChevroletBuick ChevroletBuick
Buick BuickThe BuickThe BuickThe
The complete programme of events eventsfor eventsfor I
for the two days is as follows followsFirst fonowsFIrst followsFirst
First Day DayFive DayFive DayFive
Five milesStock miles Stock chassis 130 to
230 cubic inches piston displacement displacementprize d splacementprize
prize purse purseFive purseFive purseFive
Five milesFreefora11 miles Freeforall prize tro trophy trophy trophy ¬
phy value 50 50Twenty 50Twenty 50Twenty
Twenty miles milesSto Stock k chassis 301to 301 301to 301to
to 450 cubic inches piston displace displacement qisplaceIuent displacetuent ¬
ment first prize 50 second prize
2500 2500Ten 2500Ten 2500Ten
Ten miles milesFreeforalI Freeforall irrespective irrespectiveof
of class classprize prize Mabel McCane 500 500trophy 500trophy 500trophy
trophy donated by Miss Mabel Mc McCane lIcCane McCane ¬
Cane of Chicago ChicagoTen ChicagoTen
Ten miles milesFreeforall Freeforall handicap handicapprize handicapprize handicapprize
prize 50 50Twenty 50Twenty 50Twenty
Twenty miles milesStock Stock chassis 161 161to 161to 161to
to 230 301 to 450 451 to 600 piston pistondisplacement pistonisplacement pistonaisplacement
displacement Trophies to class win winners winners winners ¬
ners and 250 cash to first two irre irrespective irrespect irres1 ¬
spective s1 spect > pct eve ve of class classSecond classSecond classSecond
Second Day DayFive DayFive DayFive
Five miles milesStock Stock chassis 301 to
450 and 451 to 600 piston displace displacement displncement displacement ¬
ment trophy trophyFive trophyFive trophyFive
Five miles milesStocl Stock cars amateurs amateursKlaw amnteursKIa amateurshiaw
Klaw KIa W and Erlens Erie 15 r trophy trophyTwenty trc trophyTwenty i 11 Y YT1enty
Twenty milesFreefoall miles Freeforall first firstprise firstprise firstprize
prise 75 second prize 35 35Five 35Fhe 35Five
Five miles milesNew New Orleans champion championship ¬
ship New Orleans trophy and cash cashprize cashprize cashprize
prize prizeTen prizeTen prizeTen
Ten miles luilesFreeforall Freeforall handicap handicapPrize handicapPrize handicapPrize
Prize 50 50One 50One 00One
One hour or 50mile race raceStock raceStockchassis raceStockchassis Stock Stockchassis
chassis trophies to class winners and anda0
250 50 cash to first two irrespective of ofclass ofcloo ofby
cl class ass donated donatedion by ProgressiveUn ProgressiveUnion
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Dealers purse to winners of most mostpoints mostpoInts mostpoints
points on two days racing racingOPERATED racingOPERATED racingOPERATED
OPERATED UPON FOR FORAPPENDICITIS FORAPPENDICITIS FORAPPENDICITIS
APPENDICITIS APPENDICITISHarold
Harold Zimmer who came to Day Daytona Daytona Daytons ¬
tona some weeks ago from Fort Plain PlainN
N Y in company with another anotheryoung anotherJoung anotheroung
young man of that place was 5 operat operated ¬
ed upon for appendicitis Thursday at atthe atthe atthe
the Daytona Hospital and Sanitari Sanitarium ¬
um umThe The young man having had several severalprevious severalprevious severalprevious
previous attacks of the trouble it itwas itas itwas
was as deemed best by b the physicians physiciansfor
for him to undergo an operation and andhis andhis andhis
his parents were notified of his con condition condition condition ¬
dition His mother Mrs Jacob Zim Zimmer ZImmer Zimmer ¬
mer at once came south and upon upongiving uponYin upongiving
giving Yin her consent the operation fol followed folloed followed ¬
lowed lowed F
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SENTENCED S TO THE GALUWSGETS GALLOWS GALLOWSGETS 6ALLOVGETS
GETS NEW NE LEASE OF LIFE LIFELEGALITY LifEi LIFELEGALITY
LEGALITY L OF CALIFORNIA STAT STATUE STATUE STATUE ¬
UE UNDER WHICH OPPENHEIM OPPENHEIMER
ER WAS SENTENCED IS IN INQUESTION INQUESTION INQUESTION
QUESTION QUESTIONSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Feb 4 40ne One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the happiest men in the big prison at atSan atSan atSan
San Quentin is Jacob Oppenheimer Oppenheimerwhose
whose life would have been ended on onthe onthe onthe
the gallows tcday but for a writ oferror of oferror oferror
error granted almost at the eleventh eleventhhcmr eleventhh eleventhhour
hour h ur by the State Supreme Court The Thefight Thetight Thtight
tight to save Oppouheimers Opp nheimers life has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been carried on vigorously for the thepast thepast thepast
past three years and not until theSupreme the theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the United States Stateslias Stateshas Stateshas
has had an opportunity to pass upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the validity of the California statute statuteunder statuteunder statuteunder
under which he was sentenced to todeath todeath todeath
death will his fate be finally determin determined ¬
ed While trying to escape from fromSan fr01nSan fromSan
San Quentin Oppenheimer slashed a atrusty atrusty atrusty
trusty with a bread knife At the the4iimehQtwas thetimeh thetlmehe
4iimehQtwas timeh was as serving servi g a life sentence sentencefor s sdntencefor ntencefor
for killing ki li lg his cellmate He was sen sentenced sentenced sentenced ¬
tenced under a law which provides providesthe
the death penalty for a lifeterm con convict convict convict ¬
vict who attacks a guard or fellow fellowconvict fellowconvict fellowconvict
convict 0 0BASE 0BASf 0BASE
BASE BALL BALLOFIFC1ALS MANAGERS AND ANDUflfCIALS ANDMONTREAES
OFIFC1ALS MEET AT MONTREAL MONTREALANNUAL MONIRfAIANNUAL
ANNUAL SPRING S RING MEETING WILL WILLDISPOSE WILLDISPOSE WILLDISPOSE
DISPOSE OF MUCH IMPORTANT IMPORTANTBUSINESS IMPORTANTBUSINESS IMPORTANTBUSINESS
BUSINESS AND ADOPT SCHED SCHEDULE SCHEDULE SCHEDULE ¬
ULE ULEMONTREAL ULElI0 ULEMONTREAL
MONTREAL lI0 NTREAL Feb 4 4The The annual annualspring annualsprIng annualspring
spring meeting of the Eastern Base Baseball BasebaIl Baseball ¬
ball League opened at the Windsor WindsorHotel WindsorHotel VindsorHotel
Hotel in this city today with morethan more morethan morethan
than a score of officials and mana managers managers managers ¬
gers in attendance Owing to the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large amount of important business businessto
to be disposed of it is expected that thatit
it will be the first of the week be before before before ¬
fore the meeting concludes concludesThe
The adoption of the schedule is the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first important item of business on onthe onthe on onthe
the program President Pat Powers Powersyopcseci PowerslJ
yopcseci lJ r pcs d a schedule which will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably be adopted without change changeit
it provides for a season of 154 gamesthe games gamesthe gamesthe
the same as last year The opening openingdates openingdates openingdates
dates are as follows Wednesday Ap April April April ¬
ril 21 Buffalo at Baltimore ThursdayApril Thursday ThursdayApril Thursdaypril
April pril 22 Rochester at Newark Mon Montreal l1ontreal Montreal ¬
treal at Jersey City Toronto at Providence Prov Providence Providence ¬
idenceOutside idence idenceOutside idenceOutside
Outside of business pertaining to toschedules toschedules toschedules
schedules there is much interest in inthe inthe inthe
the adoption of a new constitution constitutionas
as was agreed upon at the annual annualmeeting annualIl1eeting annualmeeting
meeting in New York last fall Some Someanimated Someanimated Someanimated
animated discussion is expected to toarise toarise toarise
arise over the salary list questionThere question questionThere questionThere
There was a limit last year and someof some someof someof
of the clubs were accused of disre disregarding disregarding disregarding ¬
garding it Some of the magnates magnatesnow
now favor removing the limit alto altogether altogether altogether ¬
gether or placing it so high that it itwont itwont itwont
wont conflict with signing highpriced highpricedplayers highpricedphlers highpriceplayers
players playersFOR phlersFOR playersFOR
FOR ORATORICAL HONORS HONORSINDIANAPOLIS HONORSINDIANAPOLIS HONORSINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind Feb 4 4Stu 4Student 4Student Stu Student ¬
dent delegations representing many of ofthe oftIle o othe
the leading colleges of Indiana flock flocked flocked flocked ¬
ed to the city today to attend the an annual annual anitual ¬
nual contest of the State Oratoricalassociation Oratorical OratoricalAssociation Oratoricalssociation
Association The institutions repre represented represented represented ¬
sented in the contest are Wabash WabashFranklin WabashFranklin VabashPrankIin
Franklin Earlham Butler and Hano Hanover Hanoer ¬
ver er colleges and Notre Dame and De DePauw DePau DePauw
Pauw Pau universities The winner will willrepresent willrepresent ill illrepresent
represent Indiana in the interstateoratorical interstate interstateoratorical interstateoratorical
oratorical contest this spring
NEVILLE H CLARK CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST
OPTOMETRIST OPTOMETRISTEYES
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Office Hours880 to 480 480Office 420Office
Office South Beach Street Oppo Opposite Opposite OPPosite ¬
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AGED JOHN SEARLES 4 4MISSING
MISSING SINCE SINCEYESTERDAY SINCEYESTERDAY <
YESTERDAY MORNING
RACE RACEDIRECTORS MEETDEFINITELY I IDEfiNITELY
DEfiNITELY DEfiNITELYDfCIDfD DEFINITELYDECIDED
DECIDED ON ONDIRECTORS ONDIRECTORS
DIRECTORS OF FLORIDA EAST EASTCOAST EASTCOAST EASTCOAST
COAST AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIA ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION
TION APPLY FOR SANCTION SANCTIONMORE SANCTIONMORE SANCTIONMORE
MORE MONEY NEEDED NEEDEDThe
The directors of the Florida East EastCoast EastCoast EastCoast
Coast Automobile Association last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening decided definitely that atournament a atournament atournament
tournament will be held in March on onthe onthe onthe
the famous Daytona Beach race racecourse racecourse racecourse
course under the auspices of the As Association Association As ¬
sociation sociationApplication sociationApplication sociationApplication
Application has already beenmade beenmadeto been madeto made madeto
to the American Automobile Associa Association Associai ¬
i tion for a sanction covering the week weekcommencing weekcommencing weekcommencing
commencing March 20th and at the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the Board of County Com Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners next Monday application applicationwill
I will be made to have that body setaside set setaside setaside
aside the ocean beach for racing purposes pur purposes purposes ¬
poses as provided by the laws of ofFlorida ofI ofFlorIda ofFlorida
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FloridaFor Florida FloridaFor FlorIdaFor
For seven years the speedfest speedfestover speedfestovertLis over overthis overtLis
tLis hard sand s 1d course has been the theone thelone theI
lone I one real speed event of each yearWhile year yearWhile yeari
i While the monster cars were going goingeighty goingeighty goingeighty
eighty miles an hour on the straight straightstretches straightI
I stretches of the Vanderbilt cupcourse cup cupcourse cupcourse
course the modern juggernauts were werespeeding werespeeding werespeeding
speeding mile after mile faster thanone than thanone thanone
one hundred miles an n hour on theDaytona the theDaytona theDaytona
Daytona course Marriott in a steam steamer ¬
er clipped off a mile faster than 120 120miles 120miles 120miles
miles an hour hourFor hourFor hourFor
For four years the record of lIarriott Mar Marriott Iarriott ¬
riott has never been approached and andautomobilists andautomobilists andautomobilists
automobilists began to look on the theperformance theperformance theperformance
performance of Marriott as being the thelimit thelimit thelimit
limit of daring and speed Conse Consequently Consequently Consequently ¬
quently the Florida East Coast Auto Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
mobile Association officials decided decidedsome decIdedsome decidedsome
some weeks ago that they would not notpromote notpromote notpromote
promote a meet this winter In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime there arrived in America Americaa
a 200horse power Benz racer with withvhich wIthwhich withwhich
which the noted Hemmery had covered cover covered covered ¬
ed a mile over the Brooklands track trackin
in England at a faster gait than Mar Marriott 1Iarriott Marriott ¬
riott travels in Florida The monster monstercar
car was purchased by the famous Bar Barney Barney Barney
ney Oldfield and prompted by a de desire desire desire ¬
sire to prove the real speed of the thecar thecar thecar
car on the Daytona Beach Barney Barneywired Barneywired Barneywired
wired the club officials to ascertain ascertainif
if there was a chance to have the theMarch thelarch theMarch
March meeting declared on again againAbout againAbout againAbout
About 400 to 500 more is needed neededto
to carry carryon on the meet and those who whohave whohave wh whhave <
have not yet subscribed may sign the thesubscription thesubscription thesubscription
subscription list with any of the directors di directors directors ¬
rectors of the association associationSLEEPING associationfOUR associationFOUR
fOUR SLEEPING CHILDREN CILDRENBURNfD CHILDRENBURNED
BURNED TO DEATH TODAY TODAYWERE
WERE IN ATTIC OF GRANDFATH GRANDFATHERS ¬
ERS HOME WHEN IT BURNED BURNEDMOTHER BURNEDMOTHER BURNEDMOTHER
MOTHER ESCAPES IN NIGHT NIGHTCLOTHES NIGHTCLOTHES NIGHTCLOTHES
CLOTHESWILMINGTON CLOTHES CLOTHESWILMINGTON CLOTHESWIL
WILMINGTON WIL IINGTON Feb 4 4Vord Word has hasbeen hasbeen
been received here of the burning burningto
to death of four grandchildren of EzeMel Eze Ezekiel Ezekiel
kiel Hackett in a fire which destroy destroyed ¬
ed the home on the turnpike betweenCamden between betweenCamden beteenCamden
Camden and Wyoming early this thismorning thiSI thiSmornin thismorning I
morning Hackett and his daughter daughterescaped dau hter
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escaped in their night clothes The Thechildren Thechildren Thechildren
children were sleeping in the attic atticThe atticThe
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ped printing plant on the East Coast Coastsouth CoastE Coastsouth
south E of St Augustine Bear this in inmind inmind inmind
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Started for the a Beach Beachand Beachand
and an Has as Not o Since SinceBeen SinceBeen SinceBeen 4
Been Seen SeenJohn
John Searles 80 years old Is miSs misaing miSsing missing
ing and his nephew J F Searles Searleshas s rlesa rlesahas
has asked the Daily News to tofind h hfind help helpfind
find himThe him himThe himThe
The old gentleman whose home is isRockford isRockford IsRockford
Rockford 111 has been living with withJ
J F Searles in the Van Dorn cot cottage cottage Cott ¬
tage t age on West Volusia avenue avenueYesterday avenueYesterday avenueYesterday
Yesterday morning he started out outsaying outsaying outsaying
saying he was going to walk to the thsocean theocean theocean
ocean beach Toll Keeper Jones ot otthe ofthe of ofthe
the South Bridge says he passed passedthere passedthere
there about ten oclock and that isthe is isthe Isthe
the last definite information hisnephew his hisnephew hisnephew
nephew has A colored man says he hethinks hethinks hethinks
thinks he saw the old gentleman on oaKeatings onKeatings onK
Keatings K pier later in the day hQWever hQw however hQwever ¬
ever everThe everThe everThe
The junior Mr Searles has become becomealarmed becomealarmed becomealarmed
alarmed over the disappearance of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his uncle and fears that he may maybe maybe maybe
be out in the exposure of todays cold coldHe coldHe coldHe
He says his uncle was somewhat somewhatchildish somewhatchildish somewhatchildish
childish and may have become confused con confused conefused ¬
fused and wandered away Being agreat a agreat a agreat
great home body the disappearance disappearanceof
of the man is all the more strange strangeIf
If anyone has seen the missing man mattthey manthey manthey
they will confer a favor by telephon telephoning ¬
ing the Daily News NewsCITY NewsCITY
CITY OVERRUN WITD WITDIENDICANT YIITIIMENDICANT
MENDICANT CRIPPLES CRIPPLESHAVE 6 6HAVE
HAVE THE CITY AUTHORITIES NQPOWER NO NOPOWER NOPOWER
POWER TO SUPPRESS THE OPENBEGGARY OPENBEGGARY OPEN OPENBEGGARY
BEGGARY NOW SO PREVALENT PREVALENTON
ON THE STREETS STREETSThe
The city for the past week has haabeen hubeen hasbeen
been beset with a horde of almsask almsasking ¬
ing cripples of all descriptions Leg Legless Legless Legless ¬
less armless or otherwise disabled disabledmen
men are to be met at every turn aU aUwith anwith aIIwith
with their story of distress to play playupon paFupon p1a p1aupon
upon the sympathies of the public publicIn
In many cases perhaps a majority majoritythey majoritythey majoritythey
they are worthy objects of charity charityand
and the man or woman bodily sound soundand soundand sounddand
and whole must be indeed hard ofheart ot otheart otheart
heart not to possess a feeling of ofpity ofpity ofpity
pity for these less fortunate fellow fellowcreatures fellowcreatures fellowcreatures
creatures but it is not the part of otwisdom ofwisdom ofwisdom
wisdom or even of kindness to encourage en encourage encourage
courage this open beggary beggaryThere beggaryThere beggaryThere
There is probably no State in the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union which does not provide for thecare the thecare thecare
care of this indigent class and it itwould itVtould itwould
would seem better for them to remainamong remain remainamong remainamong
among people to whom they are know knowithan knowthan knownthan
than to risk the uncertainties of a ahobo ahobo
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hobo existence existenceShould existenceShould existenceShould
Should the city authorities not nottake nottake nottake
y
take some measures to prevent this thisinflux thisinflux thisinflux
influx of mendicant cripples following follow following foIlowingin
ing ingin in the wake of the tourist travelboth travel travelboth travelboth
both for the projection of the public publicand publicand publicand
and the good of the unfortunates unfortunatesthemselves unfortunatesthemselves unfortunatesthemselves
themselves themselvesCHURCH themselvesCHURCHs themselvesCHURCH
CHURCH Druggist DruggistPhone
Phone 37 37BREAK 37BREAK 3 3BREAK
BREAK THAT COLD WITH WITHNipaco WITHNipaco
Nipaco NipacoThe 1 aco acoThe
The TheOunce
i Ounce Three of 0 Prevention PreventionRemedy PreventionRemedy
Remedy RemedyThe
The new and short treatment for forColds or orColds
Colds and Grip GripPrice
Price rice 25 cents centsPhone centsPhone centsPhone
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Phone ordrrs will be b e given CaI CaIul care careul
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