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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOUBNAL, SALEM- OREOOK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915.
EIGHT
f ' i !
1 It:
May White Bargains in Every Section of the Store. It Will Pay to
Supply Needs of the Family and Home NOW. A Big Saving of
Money Can Be Effected By Doing So Now.
Meyers' Great Exposition Trip Contest
A vote with every 23c purchase.
All salesslips must be voted
within seven days from date of
purchase.
Five free trips One each month
for five months.
Five separate contests. Don't
forget to vote for your favorite
when you buy at Meyers.
Standing of Candidates in the June Contest
at the Lest Count :
Oral Hagedorn 703
Mildred Brunk 701
Freda Hoover 696
Dora Richter 695
Mary McLaughlin 528
Mary Schultz 515
Margaret Ostrander 395
Althea Esch 355
Zoe Olmstead 347
Florence Elgin 218
Etta Clark 211
'Holland-American
LinerBadly Crippled
New York, Mav Convoyed by
warships of the Aineri.-an Atlautie
fleet, the Holland-American liner Kyji
.lam this nfternoon is moving 'w1J'
tnwanl lort, after having been rammed
off Nantucket during a thiek fog early
today bv the steel freighter .loseph .1.
Cuiieo. 'Her 78 passengers and all but
to of her crew of I!'"' were taken ott
the Rvndnm a few hours after the col
lision.' Captain Von I "en Honied re
mained aboard to direct the ettorts
to bring his ship into port before ."he
1 goes dawn.
Indications are that the Kyndam is
in a serious condition, but it is hoped
'she inuv'be saved.
' Whether tho stricken liner's passen
gers are aboard the Ciinco or the Am
erican battleship South Carolina is not
clear. First wireless dispatches said
I
SIILL "IN THE 1"
Rains Beneficial to Growth of
Vines But Yield Doubtful
Some Contracting
With Yi
While it is conceded that the pres
ent rains will be of great 'benefit to
the crowing hops nobody lias cared to
the Cuneo had taken them off, but H venture even the remotest guess at the
An Immense Sale of Boys' Norfolk Suits
Boys' $6 and $6.50 Suits, Extra Spec, $4.65
This great sale of boys clothing should appeal to all who have boys
to clothe; offering this complete assortment of "Xtragood" suits
at a most unusual price. These are the most popular Norfolk
models in the best colorings and patterns for boys' wear; they em
body all the essential features of good clothing well made and
bound to give satisfaction. All sizes from three to seventeen years,
knickerbocker trousers. Regularly priced at $6.00 and $6.50.
Special this week, $4.65. Another lot of boys' suits, take your
choice at One-Half price.
Oliver Twist Suits for Children
2 to 6 years, Hpecialli) triced at 65c, 75c, 85c a suit. These new
wash suits are splendidly made of good quality ripplette, seer
sucker, and cambrics. Mothers will be pleased with this un
usual offering. These garments will give entire satisfaction
both in washing and wearing. Specially priced for rapid sell
ing at 65c, 75c and 85c a suit.
GOODlGOODS
iliograms received bv the government
indicated thnt at least a part tif them
hail been placed on hoard the battleship.
battalion O. X. (.!., and Captain Max
Cehlhnr, of (.'ompnny M. will K" '
Cheinawa tomorrow forenoon to he pres
ent as judges of the military drills to
be put on in compel itioa by the cadet
battalion,
This is the last weak- that you can
buy first class photugiaphic work at
a 20 per cent discount. I'un't wait for
up.
I guarantee
( 'ox, fourth
All Around Town
m .,-..4..., I
also arrange lor an agricultural picnit.l
For salo, cheap Two automobiles
(Chalmers) belonging to Jos. Hams
estate. Inipiiic of Ted Sheldon, at
John .Maulers' garage, Center street.
Tho river today Is fi.3 fct above low
water mark, Luring the pn-l 'J I hours
a rainfall of .0 inch has been reconlcd.
o
Or. Mondelaonn, ipeciailnt In fitting
(iMini corroctly. II. H. bank bldg.
Dollar watches at Stono's drug storo.
o
L. J. Ch.ipin left today for Woodburn
to meet Willi the hoard of directors of
the ngi ii-ult urnl associn! inn to take up
Matters relative tu drainage, nod to
AntomobllB trips passengors and
baggage; rates reasonable. Country
trips a specialty. (.'. fl. McKlroy.
Phono: Day, 1117; night, Oil!).
i
All Artisans and frtmids nre Invited
to the "Woodland I .once " given by
the Arto I'nscn club (his evening at
Moose hall,
Clair Dragcr, a son of Mr. anil Mrs,
W, I linger, of South Thirteenth
street, died at noun today, lie was 17
years old and hud been in ill health lor
sovcinl vers. As yet no funeral ar
laiigeuients have I u announced.
THE STORK THAT SAVES YOU
M0NEYSH3
Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress
lor a little mere r ,r,M,)
limn you pay r--:- ' -'"-Si ; ;vl'fo A - f
other stores foi v ; . J fTfl
: r. ;:: ISill I
consist f I l.rast 1:;? I I I
, special ! I 'M ; .;K-;- .J I .fV'V V7
$13.80
NoUco. Tho Pioneers' association of
Waldo Hills will hold their annual
meeting June IH, 1 i I .", at the farm of
Mrs. John A. Hunt, four miles north
of Sublimity. Tho speaker for the oc
casion will be named later. (Icu S,
lnw ning.
J. W. Coolcy pleaded guilty to a
drunk charge this inirniiig ami was
given a sentence of five days or a
till fine. He seemed to have more
time Hum money and took the five
days,
Tho houso of half a million bargains.
Where you get for your goods the most
ami for your money the best. II. Stein
bach Junk Co., !ll:Mlli! North ('winner
cial. 1'hono MIS.
Will Vincent,, of East Center Btreet,
has accepted a pmition with u leal
estate firm at Hodge Citv, Kansas, and
i will leave for that city tomorrow morn
ling. Mr. Vincent has been engaged in
i the I'roil business, just cast of the asy
lum. I Notlco to Contractors.
I Hans, specifications, proposal tonus
!uud notice tu conductors required for
erection of I story frame rest cottage at
Oregon State fairgrounds, can be se
cured at the office of W, (', Knighton,
architect, I apitul Building, Salem,
tint:
office
-the weather to clear
.satisfaction. Mrs. Mamie II
floor Jlnbbard building.
i Ella Anderson, the middle-aged wo
man arrested by the police matron yes
Iterday on C charge of begging, was
I given a chance to move on yesterday
j afternoon. She said she did not care
i much for Salem Biivwav, and left town.
The charge agaiust her was dismissed.
All Artisans and friends are invited
to the "Woodland hance" given by
the Ai toKriseo club this evening at
Moose hall.
The Cherrians will hold thoir regular
drill tonight and regularly hereafter
every Fridav, Momdav and Wednesday
evenings. The drill last M lay even
ing was passed on account of the Com
mercial club banquet at the Marion.
From now on, it is the intention not to
permit anything to intoifcre with the
regular drills.
no xjdujcg Aia society oi ine nrsit
I'resliyterian church will entertain with
a "hard times" social I'ridtiv ufler-nod-i
iu the church parlors. Those at
tending are supposed to dress in keep
ing with the occasion,
Harvey Slater, eldest sou of Judge
and .Mrs. W. T. Slater, who graduates
this year iu medicine at Johns Hopkins
university, will return home about the
Ixth of June. After a short visit with
his parents here ho enters as an interne,
one (.'' the largest ho-pituls in St. I'aul.
Minn.
The school of muMoT Willamette uni
versity, will hold n graduating recital
at the First Methodist church Friday
evening. The graduates in piano are
Misses lleamaii. Unison and Runts'..
Mis?, Francis liimi.k is the only voice ! stands ia danuer of having his
effect thoy will have upon the probable
yield and the market prospects us these
are matters which seem to be very
"much in the air and there are no two
so-cnlled authorities who agree In the
essential details of either.
It is a fact, nevertheless, that ninny
of the yards which looked very sickly
und unpromising before the rains set
in have taken on new life and are put
ting forth a sturdy and very encourag
ing growth. On the other hund there
were niuny yards which were not
trained and the continued ruins are
working u hardship upon the growers
in this respect. The "missing hill"
question is, however, not influenced or
improved under the present weather
conditions and the future of the market
is iu such an unsettled and uncertain
condition that few growers are taking
tho trouble or going to the expense of
replacing dead roots.
There is little interest manifest in
the market for futures at the present
111 15 crop is reported at lUVi to 11 cents
to the dealers but the Oregon hop
growers' association is forging ahead
and doing business every day that it is
possible for the field agents to get in
to the country and growers nre signing
up their crops contiiiuully. Last week
a contract for 25,000 pounds of HHSs
was reported in Marion county for HI
cents, and some scattered lots were also
reported in the vicinity ot .Mc.Miim
ville, but, on the same days these eon
tracts were reported the association
signed up 1,000 bales in Washington
county (approximately "00,000 pounds)
and .,0,000 pounds in another l.ane
county lot was signed up upon the same
day. Other growers have signed up
the association in the meantime and
the quantity of 1015 hops which the
organization will control this year is
steadily incroiising and usiiming im
mense proportions.
Contracting with the dealers and
signing up membership with the asso
ciation, however, present two entirely
different phases to the grower which,
the officers of the association claim,
contract prices to the grower being
equal, reflect favor upon the associa
tion plan in that, while it will be im
possible for the grower to realize more
than the stipulated price in the contract
with the dealer under any and nil mar
ket conditions of the future und he
ops r
Do Not Trifle
Eyesight
, Give to your eyes the attention they desrve.
our
I am prepared to give you optical work th lt
may be proud of. May I serve you?
Accuracy and mtixf action is my hobby.
you and I
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Bldg,
Phone 109
mm mi t ,h
UUHULLL iiLnmnu Ull a
Justice Webster Grants Con-!
tinuanc of Case for Pre- j
liminary Trial
graduate. To this recital the niiblic is! icfed and forced to accent anv old
invited. price the denier sees fit to pay him
,( . f,,. u fipjt class quality of product, the
Tho funeral services of Ira Erb will1 grower is assured the full contract
be held tomorrow from tho chapel of j -i,..e, based upon qnulitv, under the as
Kigdou k If i .1 -mi. The services at Sinn,, I lull iiiein liitrMli i ii null utllllilu 11 iiilllil
inu rciii.-ieii Mill i-c UUHer IIIO IIUS I CCS s f.,r n mem urn Ii invn t int
liould the market advance.
of the (iraiid Aimv of the Iteimbli
Sedgwick I'l.-t .No. 10, 0f which he was
a member. I'allhcarcrH will be select
ed, from the A. (. if. y., Odd Fellows
and the Ii. A. I,'., deceased having been
a member of these lodges.
price
of Commerce Im
Willi so many lav
II,". nli of I ', on, m i
a movement on f,
library I in, in n
ereiiee books nini
the use of the law
At a meeting he
members of the I;
II I'l Sllllltili I ua.
are to be opened at the above league rccouiim n.l
at - p. in,
spring
onlv
Tuesilnv, June S, I ! 1 ..
W. All. JUNKS,
Seeielary Oregon State Fair Hoard.
Orders h.tvo boon issued for the Cher
rinu baud to meet at the Coiniiiercial
elul M Mum lav at I'.'tJO o'clock.- As
tores nt
lay, The lo'lo
doecd hv lie,, I.,.
alter a ' gei.eia I
That we pail ,
dorse the new
the perfection
a pint ol the tliciTiaa orgaiiiat ion, ami the graniii
the baud will head the pniudc on Me- . that we al nlijt
nioiinl day, and also take part in the
exercises to be held III the armory Mon
day aticrnooii.
! La Corona. A cigar with a fragrance
und aiouiii that is phasing. Salem
made, 10 cents,
l'nder ua association membership the
glower is guaranteed from 8 to 11 cents,
ucording to qunlity up to choice, for
his product whether sold or not. If,
however, the market should be above
The law firm of Walter E. Koves and " "', ""' grower receives in, ine san e
i , 1 1 , . .,, . .". , grime or no is as ins uriugs aiiove iiic
from , i .- -a
S. National I. i,il,ii.,., t n. n,.i, omission tot he association, and the
ding, fifth floor.:" 1 .-.i i "T '
.inns located iu tho,"''1" '" t.",'l,1,''1 , " ,r,"iT' .?
c building, t e is "! ,l,u Jl""U ,'';"''' ' ho assocni-
, t.. secure a special!" ", "v01' ""' "'"'V ,1h' '"'V'"1 ''."st tf
icli will be kept ri'f-i ''""'bieting the business and mniutain
other law books for!'"" " " ' n t i n headquarters. It is
is in the building. I v''t ,u" ''"'' l('r lnybody to make nil
' ' iiHolligonl forecast upon the crop ami
Id last flight by tho'"'"'1"'' enmlitions unit the Hitter will
iiliess Men s lenguo.l 111 proiueniaiicui unni war couiu
:isscd in which thi.ll'ons are somewhat settled.
el the closing of all
.1 Monday, Memorial
o : resolution, inlro
. 1,'odgers, was passed
-. ussion: ' ' Ifos, ,lvod.
i'e ami lieartiiv en
! Highland Mothers Club m
i Elects New Officers
i
f r:
Genuine Leather Seat
ROCKERS
$0.00 Rocker, Special Only S5.H0
SHOO Rocker, Special Only $1.00
Others as low in price as $;t.B5
All the above S iul are
genuine leather scat.
home iFURNlSntRy
COR. COURT & HIGH 5TS.
Use Our Free
Rent Dept.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE
The Boys' Ulee club of the high
scnool nint the e.irls chorus wi tar
nish the iniisic for the high school glad
iiiiliug eveicises to be held at the ar
mory l-iidav, June II.- Thev are un
der the special direction of Miss .Mill
neltii Makers. The lo.s' (ilee club
numbers I:.', while the girls' chorus is
('imposed of more than 10.
- -o
Twenty one 15c meals SJ.7,r. Scott's,
170 South Commercial.
o
Tho last danco to bo given by the
Arlo i'lisni 1 1 1 1 1 team will he given
tonight. The uio'mhois of the Artisan
lodue who especi to attend the 1'an
nmu I'luitic exposition will go on July
10, to be prevent at the national meet
ing of the Artisans, to be held at dak
laml.
Dr. C, A. Wislicemis, M. D. riiysicinn
lor prosonntion and icsiouition ol
health. Ilulil.atd Imilding.
Ed Sherwood will leave in about two
weeks for l.os Angeles to investigate
the IJuno 1VI Km cobmy proposition
An address was made at liyaa's hall
last Sunday by Mr. Clements regarding
the workings of this colony, and Mr
Sheiwood will go to investigate and
report to those iu Salem who are in
tetcstcd.
Hotel Argo. Modern in every re
sped. Uoonis at reduced weekly rates
Hreproof. Jll ( hemeketn.
Major Carlo Abrm, of the Thlrc"
At tho aiinii.il
ee to be h I, I
beL'ililiiii,. " Ii,!!.,,
deliver an ,,,,,,
ter b'e iviou i , i
belt, piesideiit
bank, will lake
Satui-.liiv in, Ii
tale, A plan i,
velopiiicnt i ,-.
v'ii, roa, is ,,..
up Ni'.tirdiiy,
leliveiing
The dramatu-
Ii i, ,', he v., ,
pacity house la
Prevented '',r
'I'lie parts In ,
loi.Melc us.,,,,,,
erv seellieil ,
parts. Heat 1 1,
uirl. and hv-.i-i
a rd I'oid.' we
manner. Al
I. vie ltnitholoaicw
Kdwaid b'aiich all
iiintion and upon luesilny iittcrnoon the llighluml
that oigaiiization, ! Mother's club held the final mooting
us of our charter, j of the prc'cnt term, Officers elected
th that bodv." i for the ensuing veiir were: President,
Mrs. Smart; vice prciident, '.Mrs. Wi!- !
bur; secretary. Mrs. Hill, and cor- i
Ic ipiiiulent, Nli s. (I. I). Cooper. 1
The discus: ion of leaving the play '.
g.ounds of the school open for the sum
mer was (alien up und voted upon to
the effect that most of the mothers pre
t'erred having their children ploy lit
home lather than sending them to the j
play grounds under the supeni'ion of I
some one else. j
It w as decided to have u geiierul
social time nt the dose of school, in-
form of a picnic sapper on (he school'
grounds, v.ealhei' pei milting und in
il.e basement of the school if stormy. I
This ill include the fuiln is us well
as the niotheis ami children,
iuinonwoaltli con for !
Kugene this week
, Max (lelilhar will ;
"The Salem Char-1
Kee." J. II. Al '
the Capital City
ii in the discussion'
to Develop the
:.ef the existing do
en-operate. ' ' The
:on will also come
Kdward I. Cunt ine
i nig address,
society of the hii'h
;i h," played to a en
l evening, when they
I I .peineut of Helen."
1 lav were nil appro-
1. a- each of the play
oillv adapted to their
v allmi, as the college
e Myers as " Mrs. b'icli
ie (alien in a natural
Klu r. Victor llrndesoii
Allan Carson
i,.i..i.i i ,.i ,.,.,i
(mining ol Mi,,, Mat, ,ikius, under '"" 111 ""' orchard ut his home at L'l'i
whoso directum the dnv was nivvn. " ''ot. The linbit of discovery had
Assisting t, ,n. ... j,!,,,!,, uiinibers i '"'''"""' n firmly iniplanteo, however,
were Ivan Seh,iai!i!.,, vi-tm ,iiur 11 TI...I that Mr. Mc Ad lllll WIlM not cnlilent nit.
After spending the night in review
ing the incidents that lead up to the
murder of his neighbor Clarence O. Bur
sell looked hollow eyed and worried
in jnil this morning but still declined to
discuss the killing of diaries C. Zim
merman upon the advice of his at
torneys, Curson und Brown. Sheriff
Ksch, Deputy Oscar Bowers and Cor
oner Clough returned from the scene
of the shooting at :'M) yesterday af
ternoon bringing their prisoner back
to this city where he was lodged in
jail. Coroner Clough cnid there would
be no inquest held as there was but
one witness to the shooting, Frank
Howen, and he was so fur away he
heard none of the quarrel. The onb
oilier avniluble witnesses were th
wives of the parties and both women
were too e.xciicd to talk coherently.
Kursell admits that he killed Zimmer
man, according to Coroner Clough and
no inquest was deemed necessary,.
According to the information brought
back by the officers, the trouble fir
started about two years n?;o over n pri
vate road which ran between the liur
sell and Zimmerman fnrms. This rnn
was widened to IV county road und the
men have not spoken to each other in
a friendly manner since the first
trouble. This forenoon Zimmerman
wus working in this lane euttiip' sum
grass with a seytlio whett Burscll came
along the road from a neighbor 'a house.
Bursell carried a .22 calibre rifle on
his arm and when he and Zimmerman
became engaged in the quarrel he
fired at Zimmerman with the rifle. As
nearly as could be learned the firs'
shot missed and the second hit Zim
merman in the top of tho head. Zim
merman then grabbed the rifle and
wrested it from llursell's hands as he
fcdl to the ground from tho shock.
Bursell when thus disarmed, drew n
,;I2 calibre automatic, pistol from his
pocket and fired three shots at Zimmer
man as he lay on the ground. One en
tered the right side of his bend behind
the ear, one penetrated his forehead
over (he right eye and the oilier
scratched the top of his head putting
two holes through his hat.
The rifle was left lying near the
body of (he victim with one exploded
shell in the chamber and an empty one
lying on the ground with the other
three picked up by the officers. Bur
sell went, to his. 'house, changed his
clot lies und w ent to Silvertou w hen!
he gave himself up to Constable Frank
Simernl, informing this officer that
he hud killed a man. The sheriff's of
fice wus immediately notified nm!
Sheriff Ksch and Coroner Clough went
to the scene of the murder where they
found the body lying where it had fal
len against a telephone pole, lt was
ruining but a quilt hud been spread
over the face which was covered v. it
blood.
It was stated by the neighbors who
were present when the officers ar
rived that threats hud been pusscd be
tween the men before and (hut the
killing was half expected by many ol
them.
Bursell is 4d years ot age and has a
wife and one child. Zimmerman was
Gl years old end is survived by a wife
and two children. Both men hud lived
in the neighborhood since they were
boys and both were reported to be linn
working men who were good citizens
but who held n grudge against eneli
other which was brought to a close only
by the death of one of the parties.
STOLE VALUABLE JEWELS.
GrocerySpecials
tor tomorrow
Pic Nik Hams, lb.
13c Can Pineapple
10c
2qts. Delicious Kraut
15c
50c Tea, Special lb,
40c
3 1-2 lbs. Dried Peaches
NO RENT-LOW PRICES
rhmiti G8 855 N. Com'!
. We Deliver Any Place in
Sakm
Dr. Osier onMraVssfo
Sir Vv llllnm Outer, out ol tk (
must of livliiK vedlttl ", ('
nn-rlj nt Johns lloi'klM, Uulllmiirr,
mill now lli'ln 1'rolwsor ol Mull,
vine IH lriird, yN Id hli -rrurlln
ol llcillcliir" (ISt'-l. W m
Tlic Iicnllnn ol pulmcimry HI
cuIimIk Is hIioito rllnliillr "I
r. i iivcr) f pnllrols l whimf
rluslle tissue Ullil "nrl"! I""'""
f I" (' ''"
,,r,lu, l nail .wmlnlr.1 M
Nrnr lliir l (iirioril, "' K
mi r ciimp.iih bfCiiiM
iiri-Kiinli-.l nllh lime l. "
conilllloua lllone sliuuUI "
Brnllim he ii.illrl." -,,ri,ia
Many eminent medical author
have tesdtlcil to the tllicwy i
sails In the ircaiineui y
losls, and the success
Alterative In this and , ''"'
ami bronchial aftection. 1 ml
partly to (lie fact t hut It ? '
a lime salt so romblncrt h o'h"
valuable limrcdleuts a to lie ami
t"!""!'.l use of thl. re.,. I"
nuDienJ.1 cases,, of
many of vvl. 0-a a; .car ;--; b(.
coliiplelylj '',,,'" trial, links'
mimf alrea'ly '
conliiliia no oi.iat'J
.riling .1
ed i
ii. .r to i It is wort
some other treat"1"1
miccccniiiK. ii , , jraji.
iiincoiies or lial.lt-mi1"!.,",,
u can si ioi ".' ','.:Jl.phH.
t Salem
10,
I ears l $
X iiiensuie t.irs. Day 11 ,"',,:
I se.vi. e. Prices rcu- ('
.,,! ;,! trains.
ilPlionel
it , ,, lli.tol
s
am"'
local Astronomer Locates
Ancient Fowling Piece
T. I McAdum. the local list ronotner.
and ""H""' prospecting tor sun spots yes-
i,f lerniiy lor a while and began grub-
liolav
down
look i
.....ii- oho null,,. , hl, west, ami a
piano solo by Harr Mills,
BATTLESHIP ERINOS CIIEW.
New V,k, Mav L'.l.The battleship
Nuith t aru',11,1, with 7S inisseneerii niol
til he dug up (lie barrel of an old rift
about two tcet below the surface of
the ground, With the aid of acids
and a wire brush an inscription on the
burrel showed that the gun was in
service in ISM. ud the rust been re
moved from the inside of the barrel n
rew from the liner1 nicsie coiiiii have been drooped in It
I'l'iineiseo, May 2d. Tin polme
are milking evcrv effort to run
the thief who last- night stu'e a
haniois bag containing .p-wels
valued at several tbouMind dollars, t m
the pockcls of l.ouis Henussi, II weiinuv
produce broker, after he hud been
iciu-hed to death in the automatic eh
Ivator of the )e l.n Sierra iipartmeuts,
j where he lived. Starting for the the
'uter. Itenussi and his wife entered the
'elevator, which suddenly dropped,
, cut. hing the broker In the entrance ot
,tlli cage, , .
t Tor more than nn hour the hysterical
j woman lav in the darkness of the cage
i.,. i,.. ,.i' .iviiur husband, while
' lironino luicked nwnv the woodwork
release the Imprisoned erciple
the police nrriver lit
I.,,s,,;t,,l tlt.i mini wan
viu it. ........ t .,.,i.,,1,i,ri tirr about the
lewels, asked a
BLIGH HOTEL
Strictly M""1
: Free and "Sf& DM
BATES "c. M
Tbo only Uotel In tt : &
'55"s
om Phones irw u
lo
When
the Ceiilral Kumr-
deiul. Later
lol tnembcis of ih
n,ain w,l arrive at the entrance of! was pronounced to be n muzzle loading ! ,,itl and get them. At tbo hospital
the harbo, here nt H oVlock tonight. l"ltuflo" gun. The inscription cut iu ! 'tra'e of the missing gems eonbl
-. ; oi lis i.pinjf couvovtMi io -mc sine or ine hnrrel was " V
"'t by the battleship Texas, and la i .Mlxrt.'XI.I." ''
lvZ 10,1 ,0 r,'!"'h s,,1"'-v "m',, ," I -
night. The ofticer. nn,U memberi ofi A Kansas groom fainted durinir the
' ner. Tn.s 'win1 ' "!'0.1r',,hei l"j,,r'"1 ' """T'' 1ri1"''"!",-v " '""'
the re.cn. n ,,V "ii ' " " " """ ' " 1 l'mple at
friend lo go to the ios-
oo
be
. i i. .i Unit ine nin-i
lOOllil. II l?V liviinei ...... .
obtained the gems while a number ot
men were workiin to release the inj'
ed mail from the elevator.
mi
yihl3ii
tent ion.
j Men who don't enjoy
ought to be physicians.
good lien 1th
nllt I
270 HOtti"
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