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219 MAGNOLIA AVENUEDEMORALIZATION AVENUE AVENUEDfMURALIZATION
DEMORALIZATION DEMORALIZATIONr
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YORK EXCHANGE EXCHANGELOSSES
LOSSES OF THE DAY AMOUNTS AMOUNTSTO
TO MANY MILLIONS OF DOL DOLLARS DOLLARS DOLLARS ¬
LARS STEEL STE L THE WORST WORSTNEW WORSTNEW WORSTNEW
NEW YORK YORKFeb Feb 7 7Conditions on onthe onthe onthe
the stock exchange today bordered borderedon
on > demoralization demor tion due presumably to tothe tothe tothe
the f lear arofFederal of 4 Federal attacks on va various yarious various ¬
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government action planned against the thesteel thesteel thesteel
steel trust is partly responsible responsibleThe
The losses of the day amounted to tomany tomany tomany
many millions of dollars dollarsAT dollarsJUBILATION dollarsJUBILATION
JUBILATION AT ATTINS MANAGUA MANAGUATURNS MANAGUATURNS
TURNS TO WILD ALARM ALARMMENA
MENA AND CHAMON CHAM ON THREATEN THREATENREVENGE THREATENREVENGE THREATENREVENGE
REVENGE FOR THE PARTIAL PARTIALLOSSES PARTIALLOSSES PARTIALLOSSES
LOSSES OF YESTERDAY YESTERDAYMANAGUA YESTERDAYANAGUA YESTERDAYMANAGUA
MANAGUA Feb 7 7The The jubilation jubilationthat
that followed yesterdays advices that thatMadriz thatMadriz thatMadriz
Madriz army had won a decisive vic victory victory victory ¬
tory at Sano Tomas was turned to towildest towildest towildest
wildest alarm today by the news that thatGenerals thatGenerals thatGenerals
Generals Mena and Chamon have re reorganized reorganized reorganized ¬
organized the revolutionary army armynd armyBind armyand
Bind nd Mme taTe now only forty miles from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the capital well equipped and threat threatening threataning threatoning ¬
ening revenge for the partial losses lossesof
of yesterday yesterdayMILK yesterdayMILK yesterdayMILKPRODUCERS
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WANT THE MONEY MONEYCHICAGO MooNEYOHICAGO MONEYCHICAGO
CHICAGO Feb 7 7J1ore More than 1000 1000farmers 1000fa 1000farmers
farmers fa mers and milk producers pi oducers met here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today at the first annual convention conventionof
of the Milk Producers Protective As Association Association Association ¬
sociation They will perfect plans planswhereby plansw planswhereby
whereby w ereby they will get a large share shareof
of the retail price of milk instead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city delivery companies companiesEFFORTS companiesEFFORTS companiesEFFORTS
EFFORTS TO RECOVER RECOVERBODIES RECOVERBODIES RECOVERBODIES
BODIES IS ABANDONED ABANDONEDGHERRY ABANDONEDCHERRY ABANDONEDCHDRRY
CHERRY HI Feb 7 7Eforts Efforts torecover to torecover torecover
recover the th bodies of the miners who wholost wholost wholost
lost their lives in the terrible StPaul StPaulmine StPaulmine StPaulmine
mine disaster months ago was a abandoned abandoned abandoned
bandoned today Five workers es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped from caveins by a miracle to today today today ¬
day The gas also makes the work workextremely workextremely workextremely
extremely dangerous Scores of de decomposed d doo decomposed ¬
composed oo posed bodies were seen by b 3 r the theworkers theworkers theworkers
workers workersPARIS workersPARIS workersPARIS
PARIS FACING NEW NEWDANGER NEWDANGER NEWDANGER
DANGER FROM RAINS RAINSPARIS RAINSPARIS RAINSPARIS
PARIS Feb 7 iFear Fear of a new newflood nevfl newflood
flood fl od sieied Paris today t da when hen heavy heavyrains heft heavyrains r
rains caused a check in the Seinessubsddenoe Seines Seinessubsidence SeineisubSlldnoe
subsidence Though Thotl h the authorities authoritiessay
say there is no danger dn r the people peopleare
are not assured etlSSurdl1oe assuredine
ine touU toalU fait of the Seine i is now nowtklrteen nowtJ nowthirteen
thirteen tJ JiJrte n feet seven inchesThe inches 11lclteshe inchesThe
The he request for 4 4000000 to toad toadiln aidIn aW aWIn
In the restoration of the flooded sec section sectioatrom seetioa ¬
tion tioatrom from the t e dwuafoer Ckm er of D Deptiti DeptititrcMtaT Depputietoday pntie pntietoday
today will Ill undoubtedly be granted grmmteflBIROWARD grantedBROWARD Vlulltea VlullteaBIRIOWARD
BIROWARD ANNOUNCES ANNOUNCESFOR
FOR THE U S SENATE SENATElAst SENATEst SENATESaturday
lAst LastmThrly st Saturday N B Broward for formerly forim ¬
im merly riJy Govarcnor of Florida announced announcedhimself uuouneedhiJmsaU announcedhimself
himself a candidate oand dte for r United States StatesSenator StatesiSenatGr StatesSenator
Senator subject to the action of the theDemocratic theDemGcratic theDemocratic
Democratic primary ld lltry to be held May14th May May10th Ia Ia10th
10th 10thSPENT 10thSPENT 14thSPENT
SPENT THE WEEK IN HUNTING HUNTINGIN
IN VICINITY OF PALATKA PALATKAAsa PALATKAPaine
Asa Asaternoon Sf1 Paine returned Saturday af afteraooa aftJeraoon
teraooa from a weeks hunting trip tripin triptJn tripoini
in the vicinity ri rifriend oini of a Palatka Pala tk with his hisfriend hisfri
friend fri nd J W Stevenson of Minneap Minneapolis ¬
GUs Minn They The bagged ba ged a fine lotof lot lotof lott
of t squirrels and ducks and enjoyed enjoyedfish enjoyeddinners njoedfish
fish fishSt dinners of shad fresh from the theSt theSit
St Johns river They were very verycomfortably veryOGmfortably verycomfortably
comfortably situated and enjoyed an anni anrc ana1
ni rtnn3 rc 11t 1 good outing outiagFor OUtiRFor outingFor
For Rent Furnished Rooms RoomsFor RoomsFor
For Hire and Table Board pla plasards piaards plaNews
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FITZGERALD FIT FI GERALD GATES GATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys GATESAttorneys
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law LawSpeclnl LawSpeclnl LawSpecial
Speclnl Facilities for Examining
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Office In Oonrad Building Phone 128
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figure it out for yourself Do Doyou you get anything anythingreliable anythingreliable anythingreliable
reliable at the same price as a substituteGruberMorris substitute substituteGruberMorris substituteGruberMorris
GruberMorris Hardware Ha dware Company CompanyIf
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INTENSE SUFFERING fROM fROMCOLD FROMIN
COLD IN NEW NE YORK YORKWORST YORKORST
WORST ORST GALE OF THE WINTER WINTERBLOWING WINTERBLOWINGNEW WINTERBLOWINGNEW
BLOWING BLOWINGNEW NEW ENGLAND AL ALSO ALSO ALSO ¬
SO REPORTS SEVERE COLD COLDNEW COLDNEW COLDNEW
NEW YORK Feb 7 7The The coldest coldestweather coldestweather I II I
weather of the winter is being ex experienced experienced ¬
perienced here today Although the thesun theI thesun thesun I
sun is shining brightly the tempera temperacure temJ > era eraLure
cure at nine oclock this morinig is isslightly Isslightly isslightly
slightly above zero The most in intense intense intense ¬
tense suffering exists among the poor poorA
A thirtymile thirt mi1e wind adds to the suf suffering suffer1ng suffering ¬
fering feringThree fer1ngThree feringThree
Three hundred people thinly clad cladwere cladwere cladwere
were driven into the streets early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning by a fire River traf traffic traffic traffic ¬
fic is impended by a bitter gale and andintense andintense andintense
intense cold is reported from New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England ranging ran ing from zero to twen twenty twenty twenty ¬
ty below belowfAB belowVAR belowIVAR
fAB ON BUCKET SHOPS SHOPSEXPECTED SHOPSINAUGURATED
i iINAUGURATED
INAUGURATED IN CHICAGO CICAGOEXPECTED CHICAGOEXPECTED
EXPECTED THAT THE MOVEMENT MOVEMENTSTARTED MOVEMEJ7jSTARTED 7 7STARTED
STARTED BY COUNCIL OF THE THEGRAIN THEGRAIN THEGRAIN
GRAIN EXCHANGES OF AMERI AMERUCA AMERICA
CA WILL BECOME GENERAL GENERALCHICAGO GENERALCHICAGO J
CHICAGO Feb 7 7A A sympathetic sympatheticand I Iand
and determined war on bucketshops hucketshopswhich bucketshopswhich I
which is expected to extend all over overthe overthe overthe
the nation was inaugurated today bY bjthe bYthe i ithe
the Council of Grain Exchanges of ofNorth ofNorth ofNorth
North America AmericaEfforts AmericaEfforts I
Efforts have been made by the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago board of trade and other ex exchanges exchanges exchanges ¬
changes todrive to drive out of business the thebogus thebogus thebogus
bogus brokerage houses whose wire wirelead wirElead wirlead
lead to no exchange whose transac transactions transactions transactions ¬
tions are wholly fictious and involve involveno
no real buying or selling of grain grainOne grainOne grainOne
One of the men who has for years yearsbeen yearsbeen yearsbeen
been on the trail of bucketshops es estimates estimates estimates ¬
timates that their running expenses expenseshave expenseshave expenseshave
have in some prosperous years yearsamounted yearsamounted 7earsamounted
amounted to 30000000 and profits profitsto
to 200000000 and certain it is that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some bucketshops have ha VQ grown im inimensely iminensely i iInensely
Inensely rich through their opera1 opera1tions opera operations
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ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF OFi OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE i
THE STATE PENITENTIARY ENITENTIARY ON j jTRIAL iTRIAL l lTRIAL
TRIAL TODAL TODALCASE CASE ATTRACT ATTRACTING
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ING WIDESPREAD ATTENTION IHILLSBORO I Ii IHILLSBORO I iI iHILLSBORO i
HILLSBORO Texas Feb 7 The Thecase Thecase Thecase
case of Major T E Durham assist assistant assistant i iaut
ant superintendant of Texas penij penijtentiaries peni penitentillries penitentiaries
tentiaries who is charged with be being belug ¬
ing responsible for the death of a acolored acolored acolored
I Iconvict
colored convict on the Steiner Valley Valleyconvict Valleyconvict
convict farm in this county was call called calltd called ¬
ed for a trial in the district court to today toda today ¬
day da More than fifty witnesses witnessesamong witnessesamong witnessesamong
among them a number of convicts convictshave convictsh8xe convictshave
have been summoned to testify Th Thcase Thcase Thcase
case of Major Durham has attracted attractedwidespread attractedwidespread attractedwidespread
widespread attention and has given givenconsiderable givenconsiderable givenconsiderable
considerable impetus to the rnoverneiti rnoverneitifor mOemeI mOemeIfor
for the reform of the penal system s stem in inTexas inTexas inTexas
Texas
LOST LOSTon on Saturday morning last lastan lastan I Ian
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an oval cameo breastpin bre stpln between the theOaks theOaks he
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Oaks and Gardiners on Beach street streetgoing streetgoing streetgoing
going in and out of several stores storesFinder storesFinder storesFinder
Finder will ill kindly leave at the Oaks OaksReward OaksReward
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RIGHT GOODS AT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT ATRIGHT
RIGHT PRICES PRICESDisposition PRICESDls PRICESDisposition
Disposition Dls Qsition to Treat You Right RightLet RightLet
Let Us Be Your Jewelers JewelersL JewelersL JewelersL
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THE DAILY NEWS EXTRA EXTRAMET fUR EXTRAX X
MET WITH ITH PUBLIC APPROVAL APPROVALTHIRTY
THIRTY MINUTES AFTER THE THEOF THEq0
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q0 rORY RY OF THE WRECK WAS WASRECEIVED WASRECEIVED
I IRECEIVED
RECEIVED NEWSBOYS WERE 0 0THE 0THE If IfTHE
THE STREETS SHOUTING SHOUTINGAn
An rII CI extra within thirty minutes minutesis
is not a great stunt for a metro metropolitan metropo metropolitan ¬
politan po itan newspaper but to do it with witha
a country daily is somewhat of an aneffort aneffoIt aneffort
effort Nevertheless twas only onl half halfan halfan halfan
an hour from the time the story of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th wreck at South Jacksonville Sat Saturday Saturqay Saturday ¬
urday afternoon was received in the theDaily theDaily theDaily
Daily News office until an extra edi edition edition edition
tion of the paper was on the streets streetsMany streetslfany streetsMany
Many commendations have been re received received received ¬
ceived ceived by the Daily News on its en enterprise ent enterprise ¬
terprise t But the Daily News always alwaysendeavors alwaysendeavors alwaysendeavors
endeavors to give its readers the thenews thenews thenews
news while its news newsfRITBROTlRSIO newsWRIOHf newsIGllu1ROTHERS1O
fRITBROTlRSIO fRITBROTlRSIOK WRIOHf BROTHeRS < TOf FLY Y
FLYBEACH
ON K DA HONk BEACH BUCHIT
IT ITIS IS SAID THEY WILL SHORTLY SHORTLYESTABLISH SHORTLYESTABLISH SHORTLYESTABLISH
ESTABLISH A SCHOOL OF IN INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTION iNSTRUCTION ¬
STRUCTION ON THE FAMOUS FAMOUSOCEAN FAMOUSOCEAN FAMOUSOCEAN
OCEAN BEACH BEACHNext BEACHNe BEACHNext
Next Ne i month the Wright Brothers Brothersare
are to establish a flying school at atDaytona atDaytona atDaytona
Daytona Beach Fla and their work workthere workthere workthere
there should give an impetus to the thesale thesale thesale
sale of their machines At Daytona DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach
Beach those who purchase a Wright Wrightmachine Wrightmachine Wrightmachine
machine will get from their instruct instructors ¬
ors everything in the way of flying flyinglore flyinglore flyinglore
lore which the brothers can Impart ImpartThe impartThe impartThe
The Wrights also intend to experi experiment experIment experlment ¬
ment there with the idea of perfect perfecting perfecting perfectg ¬
ing g their th ir invention and working out outthe outthe outthe
the problem as far as may be of ofautomatic ofautomatic f fautomatic
automatic stability stabilityThe
The above is from a Boston paper paperand paperand paperand
and if it proves true will be another anotherattraction anotherattraction anotherattraction
attraction for this section in addition additionto
to the automobile races racesOFFICERS racesOFflCfRS racesOFFICERS
OFFICERS OF MEXICAN MEXICANLAND MEXICANLAND MEXICANLAND
LAND COMPANY CO 1PANY ON TRiL TRiLCHARGED L LCHARGED LCHARGED
CHARGED WITH FRAUD AND MIS MISAPPROPRIATION MISAPPROPRIATION MISAPPROPRIATION ¬
APPROPRIATION OF MONEY OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
THE COMPANY COMPANYBLOOMINGTOX COMPANYBLOO COMPANYBLOOMINGTON
BLOOMINGTON BLOO nNGTON 111 Feby Feb 7 7Much 7luch 7Much
Much interest is displayed in the suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the officers and promoters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Old Mexican Land and Industrial IndustrialCompany IndustrialCompany IndustrialCompany
Company which was called for trial ithe in inthe i ithe
the Platt County court today Real Realestate Realestate Realestate
estate mining properties and rights rightsof
of great value near the village of Vil Villadania Villadama Villadama
ladama Monterey Mexico are in ininvolved ininvolved ininvolved
involved in the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The defendants who are charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with unlawful investments and fraud fraudulent fraudulent fraudulent ¬
ulent misappropriation of moneys of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company are Frederick C Fair Fairbanks Fairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks of Passadena Cal a son of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the former vice president Charles W WFairbanks WFairbanks V VFairbanks
Fairbanks Luther Fairbanks broth brother ¬
er of Charles and Lorison Fairbanks Fairbanksa
a nephew The stockholders of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company who allege a1le e they the were ere de defrauded detrauded defrauded ¬
frauded out of 130000 are the com complainants complainants complainants ¬
plainants in the case caseJ
J B Moore returned Sunday night nightfrom nightfrom nightfrom
from Hartford Conn where he was wascalled wascalled Wascalled
called recently by the death of a afriend afriend afriend
friend and business partner partnert
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NEVILLE E H CLARK CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST CLARKOPTOMETRIST
OPTOMETRIST OPTOMETRISTEYES
EYES TESTED TESTEDFRAMES FRAMES FITTED FITTEDFIVE FITTEDflVf FITTEDFIVE
FIVE PASS PASSGRIM PASSOVER PASSOVER
OVER THE THEDIVIDE THEDIVIDE
DIVIDE DIVIDEGRIM
GRIM REAPER CAL19S CAL S FIVE PROM PROMINENT PROMINENT PROMINENT ¬
INENT PERSONS TO THE LAND LANDFROM LANDFROM LANDFROM
FROM WHOSE BOURNE NO NOTRAVELER NOTRAVELER NOTRAVELER
TRAVELER RETURNS RETURNSLESTER RETURNSLESTER
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PITCHEat PITCHEatLester
LESTER DELOS PITCHER PITCHERLester PITCHERLester
Lester Delos Pitcher age age 70 years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and 7 months died Sunday morning morningj1
j1 1 his home on Orange avenue avenueMr avenueMr avenueMr
Mr Pitcher was fishing on the thebridge thebridge thebridge
bridge Saturday afternoon and return returned ¬
ed home at 6 oclock in fine spirits spiritsremarking spiritsremarking spiritsremarking
remarking to his wife that he never neverfelt neverfelt neverfelt
felt better in his life He was strick stricken ¬
en with apoplexy shortly after reach reachiag reachiilg reachjag
jag home however and lost conscious consciousness I
ness which he never regained to the thetime thetime thetime
time fo his death Sunday morning at
415 4 15 Rev and Mrs U S Tabor wer wertelephoned wertelephoned wertelephoned
telephoned for Saturday at 900 900oclock 9 900oclock 00 00oclock
oclock and reached the bedside at
1045 1045Lester 10 1045Lester 45 45Lester
Lester Delos Pitcher was born in inLewis inLewis inLewis
Lewis county N Yf Y July 28 1839 1839Was 1839Vas 1839Vas
Vas twice married last union 1871 1871was 1871was 1871was
was to Miss Abbie Cramer at Marsh Marshalitown Marshalitown Iarshalltown
alitown Ia It was the daughter of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this union Mrs Tabor who was sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned from DeLand to minister to toher toher toher
her father fatherThe fatherThe fatherThe
The funeral services will be held heldat heldat heldat
at the home on Orange avenue at t
200 2 00 oclock Tuesday Tuesd y afternoon Rev RevU Re ReU
U S Tabor and Rev H H lIallinson lIal Mallinson
1n linson Qn > officiating offiQi tJug Th The remains r ai sWi will willbe iM iMbe t tbe
be placed in the vault at Daytona DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach
Beach and will later be taken to toMr toIr toMr
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Mr Ir Pitchers old home in Illinois IllinoisA
A telegram has just been received receivedfrom receh receivedfrom ed edfrom I
from Lewis Pitcher a son that he will willreach willreach willreach
reach here from Chicago in time for forthe forthe forthe
the funeral funeralEUGENE funeralEUGENE funeralEUGENE
EUGENE C LESTER LESTEREugene LESTEREugene LESTEREugene
Eugene C Lester of Jackson Mich Michage llichage Michage
age 67 died at Daytona Beach Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday afternoon at 430 4 30 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The remains will be shipped this af afternoon afternoon afternooia ¬
ternoon to Jackson Mich for inter interment interment interment ¬
ment accompanied by his wife wifeA
A M MARTIN MARTINA N NA
A M Martin guest at the Stanley StanleyHouse StanleyHouse StanleyHouse
House had an apoplectic stroke Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday afternoon at noon and died Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning at 300 3 00 oclock His son soninlaw soninIa soninlaw
inlaw w was wired and will arrive from fromWest fromVest fromWest
West Virginia today to make arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments to ship the remains home for forinterment forinterment forinterment
interment
DENNIS F ONEIL ONEILDennis ONEILDennis ONEILDennis
Dennis F ONeil age 45 died at atSeabreeze atSeabreeze atSeabreeze
Seabreeze Friday The remains were wereshipped wereshipped wereshipped
shipped to Chicago for interment ac accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
companied by Mrs ONiel and chil children children children ¬ i
dren Mr ONeil came here for his hishealth hishealth hishealth
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health and recently suffered a severe severerelapse seererelapse severerelapse
relapse relapseMRS relapseMRS relapseMRS
MRS ANNA R BOLLES BOLLESMrs BOLLESMrs BOLLESMrs
Mrs Anna R Bolles passed assed away awayfrom aayfrom awayfrom
from heart failure at 1230 12 30 Friday Fridaymorning Fridaymorning Fridaymorning
morning at the residence at Daytona DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach DaytonaBeach
Beach BeachMrs BeachMrs BeachMrs
Mrs Bolles has been a resident residenthere residenthere residenthere
here several winters l nters and was very veryfond veryfond veryfond
fond of Florida Her northern home homewas homewas homewas
was Prior Lake Minn She leaves leavestwo lea leavestwo yes yestwo
two brothers William B Reed of ofHastings ofHastings ofHastings
Hastings Minn and Daytona Da tona Beach BeachGeorge BeachGeorge BeachGeorge
George B Reed of Harvey Han ey 111 and anda
a sister Mrs W V E Hull of Hastings HastingsMinn HastingsMinn HastingsMinn
Minn Mrs Bolles was as proprietor of ofGrainwood ofGrainwood ofGrainwood
Grainwood summer resort at Prior PriorLake PriorLake PriorLake
Lake She had a remarkable person personality personality personality ¬
ality and had a very Yer extensive circle circleof
of f warm friends in St Paul Minneap Minneapolis ¬
olis Kansas City St Louis Topeka TopekaOmaha TopekaOmaha TopekaOmaha
Omaha and other places placesServices placesSenices placesServices
Services this morning at ten Oclock o oclock 0dock ¬
clock at the residence Rev B F FMarsh FIarsh FMarsh
Marsh officiating The remains will willbe willbe nl nlbe
be retained in the vault at Piaewood PiaewoodCemetery PineoodCemeter PlncwoodCemetery
Cemetery until spring when the burial bur burial burial ¬
ial will ill be made at Lakeside Ceme Cemetery Cemeten Cemetery ¬
tery Hastings Minnesota MinnesotaFor finnesotaFor
For Rent Furnished Rooms RoomsFor RoomsFor RoomsFor
For Hire and Table Board pla placards piacards placards ¬
cards at the Daily News office tf
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CONVICTED OF ASSAULT AND ANDWILL ANDWILL ANDWILL
WILL PAY THE PENALTY OF OFTHE OFTHE OFTHE
THE HEINIOUS CRIME WITH WITHTHEIR WITHTHEIR WITHTHEIR
THEIR LIVES TOMORROW TOMORROWKANSAS TOMORROWKANSAS TOMORROWKANSAS
KANSAS CITY Mo J Feb 7 7Prepa 7Preparations 7Prepsrations Prepa Preparations ¬
rations have been made at the coon coanty connty coontv
ty jail for the execution tomorrow ofJohn of ofJohn otJohn
John Williams and George Reynolds Reynoldsthe
the two negroes recently convicted convictedof
of assaulting Mrs W V H Jackson JacksonMore JacksonlUore JacksonMore
More than one thousand applications applicationshave
have been received for permission permissionto
to see the execution the
among ap applicants 81plicantsbelng ¬ k kplica
plicants plicantsbelng plica nts being Mrs Irs Vera Henry moth mother ¬
er of Mrs Jackson No women will willbe winbe willbe
be permitted to Witness the hanging hanginghowever hanginghowever hanginghowever
however and it will be made as pri private private private ¬
vate as possible possibleThe
The two negroes continue to main maintain maintain maintain ¬
tain the same stolid indifference to totheir totheir totheir
their fate that they have exhibited exhibitedever d dever
ever since theirarrest their arrest Reynolds has hasshown hasshown hasshown
shown some slight inclination to toAveaken tGweaken toweaken
weaken and seek spiritual consola consolation consoation consolation ¬
tion but neither has expressed any re regret regret reg ¬
gret g ret for the atrocious crime of which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they were found guilty Both mensince men mensince mensince
since their conviction have devoted devotedmost devotedHlOSt devotedmost
most of their time to sleeping sleepingThe s1eepinThe
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The attack on Mrs Jackson was wasone wascne wascne
cne of the most brutal in the annuals annualsof
r rof
of Missouri i She was waylaid by b Y Ynegro the thenegro th thnegro
negro brutes while she was AS on her hervay hervay a aay
vay ay home from the Crittenden Mis Mistsjonvwhere Misiopr MisSion
tsjonvwhere Sion iopr wher heI she sh had laying b 99 laying thevio the theviolin theviolin
violin vio Iin at an nn entertainment The negroes ne negroes ne negroes ¬
groes dragged her into a vacant lot lotFor lotFor
For days after assault the womans womanscondition womanscondition
condition was such that her life was wasdespaired wasdespaired wasdespaired
despaired of and so great was the theshock theshock theshock
shock that even yet et fears are feltthat felt feltthat feltthat
that her mind may give way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The two negroes were arrested al almost almost almost ¬
most immediately after the crime crimewere crimewere crimewere
were positively identified by their theirvictim theirvictim theirvictim
victim They were convicted within withinthirtysix withinthirtysix withinthirtysix
thirtysix hours after their arrestPublic arrest arrestPublic arrestPublic
Public feeling was strong against the thfrmen themen themen
men but no demonstration was made madeTO madeMANIAC madeMANIAC
MANIAC W WANTED TO KILL KILLPRESIDENT KillPRfSIDfNT KILLTAFT
PRESIDENT TAFT HE SAID SAIDWAS
WAS ARRESTED IN FRONT 01 OF A APOLICE APOLICE APOLICE
POLICE STATION AND HIS HISHEAD HISHEAD HISHEAD
HEAD WILL BE EXAMINED EXAMINEDWOBURN EXAMINEDVOBURN EXAMINEDWOBURN
WOBURN Mass Feb 7 iDeclar iDeclaring Declar Declaring ¬
ing that he e has to kill President Taft Tafta
a big sixfooter known a as Gardiner ia iajailed i ijailed iejailed
jailed here awaiting sanity examina examination examlnatiou examination ¬
tion He was found in front of the thepolice tiiepolice thepolice
police station waving v a knife and andgun al1dgun andgun
gun When arrested he h yelled Left L4tme Leftme
me go Ive got ot to kill President PresidentTaft
Taft TaftBOSTONS TaftBOSTONS
BOSTONS NEW N MAYOR MAYORTAKES MAYORTAKES ti tiTAKES
TAKES OATH OF OFFICE OFFICEBOSTON OIFFICEBOSTON OFFICEBOSTON
BOSTON Feb 7 7John John F Ff Fltzgr Fltzgraid if ltzgmraid
aid who was recently elected mayor mayorof
of Boston under the DeW municipal municipalcharter mUaidplcharter x xcharter
charter which provides for nonpar Boapartisan nonpartisan nonpartisan ¬
tisan elections was formally installed installedin
in office today He will serve four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years instead of two as under the theold theold theold
old charter He may be recalled how however howe7er however
ever at the end of two years on pe petition petition petition ¬
tition of a majority of the registered registeredvoters re registeredvoters tred tredoters
voters of the city cityCHURCH clt cltCHURCHJ cityCHURCH
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