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Title: The Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: June 25, 1913
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Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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WAY TO THE PAN

, WIDNIIHDAY, JUNE 25, 1918.


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D[emoc''atic revision of the banking
I, -; but in indirect language mad,'
i ..va that it L had boon prei)a,'0cI
i, his ,pli aisol and apIroval.
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'1yi hcih I .-i.Jhf.tion of this c'hari ctier
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'l c i t ri' (' (l I ,i e r' las beon -o111)ployce in those w
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I. Ri F FOR NTBREAKS





il lcoz 'ic c, l? ,O ; ',l );c) liic ,c.d ; Jlt. 'l'hil !" (ill i .l eiii otitry situation
iwc ci '' *. ii i.' .' pv c, i c"r! '.]:.; !v 'i ir ','!2c ,. 1;.cck c'serv
S' ' "' .' i.iii ; ii(t l i- Ociccy O l contra
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\V'a hi tiiii on, ,I'n 2 1.- .( c o hrt. c r cc' 1frciit it I l ild I) prl'
(ci'M r tIr;!l' i fi r Niy w ,\ \, .. i. :i,' rii.:c i i', ito vw ,'.'ver, tI c, 1 liic ic e that tl
!li ic '. i l:' ci c i r c. c cl' oti'I '-ry o ltlook is ictit lly eleu
S I.i oI.j i. ' iti cdcllitLih (d e .('l s 1 on devei lo
ill l) d.ig lt- ,iioi, T;8I. 'J'; Ui cii t1ic abroad durinciig .ia e ciext fe
v '. _,s l I. ; i., O (,0C": n c-I ,, ;, c, u i : .c at l ,itkU.t
j -i li1 : 11--1) L.. it
de ( f -.. 1' ..i;,.iiL icici' u '
waIe't'c oth a ,, $l;;00,,0 co d BURNSO ANO PELM
wit 'c ,c ,.u r ago, 'thiicdse f: -,i es left
Bc, exu'jau of exporlis cclmouictincg to i lT
$61.:00 0,000, acc against nearly $20,-
000Qvp a year :.o. This, i "in, K GUILI
oabrL Vi. E4rOib)e hlias irc. l, ii r
iall.rc. set d lts indubtod .ri h', ;l.:;II .
S ( oi 11it tlh 0or ti JdIl l !Ii ': til Ala., June 24.- Ti
w A 41 po( bithainy nalpli. i ,) I I Ait iir Pplkey, pugllist, at
espeully hineed of Os ,idH prec. ,I'mi, pri, flight promote
pa1e for llie nipi)roachlnn ; I
i11Itl *Qttleniu6l4 find l0hl ,. lii(.. ,% ,i cnc lcn with tho death
bie ucn r,'1s.b' f 'Woil .x,'j rs 1 > -1 r- f.,,J11,, r Mci.'artly, occurred hero t
"bstt ', i' o .Il''i .-- Ti, i nciirn I dMay,I ts the Crown ltas refused
*stuiclom athJ llAihclll one 01 inricn lcrr.nt further delay. McCarty w
telsun,:, ThgIr't1onan m.lon '.c, a i .L a
ufull .h the in l ovan i kllei hcro nieveral woe"as g 1 du
pi uBd n.Matpntant louci. anild ,g a light 'with Polkey, though' t
thI finintol pwI; _ors that be. on tlhe
,tlo r aide1.aire, tdlm ianli)us n t, priompters of tlie bout declared th
istd^urn .'y ilre. iiamncjii, the fglitO"'s denth was due to ac
pp'L im. 4 ot to c blow delivered'
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Alva, m at..4 w .4 ,cn ^^^ MIldreisl4 e r d 10 a y e W v iiPaterson, N .iJ.,ifor te feeding-4
Sme, women and children in the bread line |tabllshed by the J W. W. ct Paterson, N. J., for the feeding o


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nHlNES1 BLACKMAILER Al-. IOI PALA WILL MAKE FIGHT.
llMST'll) IN" SAN lIlINCISCO.: r- Iii.l '
-lST1). IN IAN FA INCISCO. Havana, June 24-Agustine Paria
S-t Francisco, June 24- 31 e.ie)pots to fly from Mariel. He has
B'n Francico, June 24,-Blac- lT l Ai r veld uassurancos the now motor
,ling and other machinations of the 'thati utHime. His coming, it Is said,
underground world of-San Francisco ill.. 'ai and the nonred bydisk a Mot rro.
ivere re ceal e.:t In letters and doc i '- alceca and the red disk at M o cio.
.ert r aed n letterday b tand docu- Londo June 23.-Following thec l:' expects to fly from Mariel inI
ents fotaken yesterday ngby head prcedqn et by his pre"l'cesscf a out 3o minutes and will make :a
,h alsg fro ng W ong, a Chinsg, d c conclion of the friend numbe o1r- ci r(I' evoulntions over tbhe city,.
,ho Sig Kung Long, a ho hinde oath agreelne t between France and En)E-
anatyon, ull non whom tho detb land, Prlsident oiolncalre, of France, G(NEHI,;ALI (OMEi
:;ealty will now bo placed by .h ill visit' England. He will arrto AlRIVEH IN rSPAIN.
cfghbinders because of their she betrayal esTuesday and remain l ngland's gitet --
in t o s stted tody until the 27th. / Corona, Junno 24.-The French
hItthnilration oflcals tated today Minister of'Foreiga Affairs P tchon liumr Jcspagni a-rlived In port yester-
hat the information gleanrd ro and o other n gh ofticlals will ac(coi- day. She had on board ex-Prleildit.
he Chiinamen ii of inestimable valuu iany iim. elaborate iprearItJloils Gonmez 'ud Colonel Coello, .) tel and that plots far reacllng have been Vadc' to pay Polncal(e the maninder o' the Cuban navy, and tieir
Sthrir ciopie and amazing in tibeir highest honors that the gpverinlent, rospectivc famillies. The ox-iiro l-
'einuity col horribleness were court and mnliicipalitles can anfor'url, cient and suite will contlinuo to
litanted. Much intereo.is felt in the Frd~ ch- invre.
Sman's visit. .- .. _.-- -I
SAit imeiellet lolet will wel 1 1.
Tf9l'llRESS w TIui@ Pi.icn-,i' at 1ascitchoi.d.hit r vv; ,lc, c' r SAYS R SIA
., E ......... f.'it 411o triIth tLe'P'rinve of Wal's n1111"t; RES. SK US 4IA
~ l' i >"fI 'vitor, qrt
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hlit to 'oe i o i I ..r ii l hbe'n c a
Washhlgton D. C., Junle 24.- '1n- placd ac t hi diosipo Th' viitwiTl .i. .
cr the leader hip of Senator Fhetch- be on,' Ininucoa roIudi of roLI 1 0i 1"ItltI"ii' .
or, its chairman, the joint co6mmlt- r'ec(ptli)na., and nors. It enew Conocenercial
:-o on printing of tihe twc io se:; of -a-- .
congress, has embarked on an iad- "SA,"'', ATF A l.T til Jets
--1
lnictratlon of economy that pirom- Cherbourig, Juno 24.-W!hilco th, London, June 24.--- President WI-
`,n to affect a saving of several butt- forts werti' ring a salute for the avc- qon has taken up the cudgel witat
red thousand dollars every yoar t) rival ao fPresident Poineaire en rout.) tt ussla on account of the treatment,
he! United States government. The to England. the blank cartridges ex- or mistreatment, of the Anmericanc
.oclsion was reached at, the initial ploilded. TVo soldiers were killed Joews in Russia, according to a dis-
cecting of thue committee last week, and foiri wountiled., ).tch received today from St. PIetere-
cnd although iome of its plauits miay )uirg.
Cause tin outcry in congrei;s they will 1''i'S; "M1jAVE ,.NI,; WIIrL ]I 'llcT dispatch says that residentt
ct with approval throughout the P Lit i Wilson has formally notilled Russia
I ,,tr nmid hel tovl trenhrthon the AhPIthdeD TO HIGlHE (:t OU I i. th,,t heoeci.lned h.er re. .uest to re..


:I- aise of Democracy with the people.
1! Five yeais ago, ninety per ce t of
iIs o.' stationery used by members of
1l-i' I cingr'se in their correspoit lcii. '
;cn i,'as of the pl 1 n, printed variety; to-
ll- ay, sixty per cent of the statCioeryi
nt s embossed. And today, it mniy b,'
-dded, 35,000,000 letter heaond anm
as many envelopes are rcquiied an-
icuaily to supply the denumnd of
aemibers of the two holiuses, I
their words, 20,000,000 theots of
embossed stationery were itel hby
I congress last year, as agalnr t 135,-
I 100,000 sheets of printed letter-
H 'eoads.
;1 Senators cnd l 'e.prennitntIm'eH ti
i ongrese have a stattonecy ailowanco
S f $125, each, per aniumi, iclc
'.galmit this account they are iip-
,osed to have charged all of' thuo
stationery, le tils, plens, Ink,m otc.,
IS they use Ill the ulici'se of a year. 1r
(ls a balance remains to their cicll at
litmelh enl of thu year, thi vec.p.oir or
it1 i 'eselitn tlativo recuhlv Ls it l (i ;i ,01.
tic Tho joint liii till ug e(i:'!liiitt' hIis
r- cot yet decided what ph!an il will
ih ",ldopt to curtail the cxtravci.'e.nit nae
-, ':f embossed papor, The nic.citir wa\a
P- alliedd to the cornmlittee'si attentoli
lw lby Senator Flctcher, and l' was the
iinanlricmns decision that the abunce
.bouild be checked,.
IPRO)SPWI(cTS BRIGHTER.
Now Yotk, June 24.-Ever since
Secretary McAdoo's announcement
Y regarding emergelhoy currency, the
market has presented a distinctly
toi front. T'Ph effect of that action
upon sentictent has been marked
n ld permanent. It lha been follow-
ed by other developments of a fa-
he vorable niatire, such as the railroad
lectlionus qf the Suprento Oourt. aid
111 thea.rogress of tho Harrlman diRso-
or, ]ution negotiations. As the decis-
Sions of the S-uprome Court bpe.anm
of better understood, It was d vprea
t.- that they inaintained ,irotertry
torights, pointed, lho way tq Fedbral,
to ratherr than State control and pro-
as, ventedl confiscatory rates.' I
t Fron. Washington the latest po-
n- nttlcal advices are also more en-
he couragilig. Tariff legislation has
at largely subsided, and business has
Already to a very conSiderable bx-
ci- tent adJustei itself to anticipated
by.. changes. There are signs it politllil
' chir'riet' k'of ,ra ligation that 'conti.n
ot used attacks ult on business In Ita
Spreaent condition will be pojtlcal
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Chicago, June 24.--Jhcil John.i
son, thcenegro pugliist, rcc pntlh seu-
tCcieiod to 1i yucir il prioOll foe vlo-
lation (f theo white slav' law, was
today .ranted anll appeal from the
verdict Uf Federal Judge Carpenter.
He says 'he will light the case to the
highest courts. a


JUDGE BETHEL


IMPROVINGM GRADUALLY

At 3 o'clock this morning the con-
dition of Judge It1'hel had consider-
ably Improved. 'Hlo hasl regained
cousilousttiua alid Ilpp)irIntly knowAv
all that passes, but not able to speak.
Thlq'ruamsins have boon sent to his
dauiglters who are expected to ar-
rive soon.



F. C. LABORER

DISLOCATES HECK

SThis morning at,.2 o'clock a man
named Johnu' Myers, laborer oni the
. 11. C,, at the depot, met'with a
seriQos accident by falling down a
cofferdlam 28 feet deep. Dr. Maloney
Was summoned and found that the
man's neck had been dislocated. He
was hurried to the hospital where
he nowf lays in it procarlous condi-
tion.

suicie, and It is believed that those
iifitd0ctal in government affairs are
discouraging such interference as
will destroy the country's prosperity.
. PrHident Wilson, IL,will be re-
meeitlered, t iade prejtlon prom-'
iaes not to Injure business, and
dmubl)loss h.o Is uslnibhls great In-
Iluenpe t'q redeem thut pledge as tar
as pfjid ble,, and apparently with
suqd:(tffetc, .

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new the contlmrclal treaty between
the two countries so long as Ameri-
can Jews beiricng Aicerican paso-
ports are not allowed to enter Ruis-
sla freely.
AIllIO(;ATI1,) BY TAFT.
The treaty between the United
States and Russia was abrogated by
President Taft, wilho did uo on ac-
count of the refusal of Rus:ia to
recognize the passports of Amerilca
Jews.
TWO MORE AVIATOR
PAY DEATH'S TOLL.
One t'lanined to Cross Atlantic In
C'raft Next Month-The Other'
Killed 1 i New York,
New York, June 24.-Aviator
Fairbairns, while experimenting
with a new type aeroplane with
which he had planned a transatlant-
ic flight next month, fell into the
sea and was drowned off Shoebury-
ness tonight. His machine'was com-
pletely enclosed and provided with
a glass conning tower.
Fredil arilner Killed.
1Rochester, N. Y., June 24.-Fre.i
Gardiner, an aviatr of national
reputation, was drowned lh Lake
Kueka, His aeroplane fell 150o feet.
CROWING OF RIOOSTHR DE-
CLARHD LlEGAL NUINANCIE.
Philadelphia, June 24-The cOow-
ing of a rooster, which the com-
plainant declared InterrUpted his
sleep and rest was held to be a #ui-
sance that should be suppressed in
an opinion filed today by Judge M-
Michael in common pleas court here.
The court declared that "If a min
desire* to have a rooster and henm
he should remove them to ip- oun-
try and lot the city reildt Bleep
in peace." ,


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FIFTY P'ERHONS HURT
IN RAILROAD WECK,.

Rochester, N. Y., June 24,-Fifty
persona )ere injured, some serious-
ly, whdn a Pennsylvania Railway ex-
ersion / train was derailed near
Sterling this morning,
The,' excursion was bound for
lean, Rock City and Bradford, Pa.,
and fl'e cars left the rails and rolled
down tan embankment while running
at forty miles an hour.
Physicians ncl nurses were
rushed fromn Rochester and other
towns nearby. The injured were
hurried to the hospitals.
-CONCERTEI) ACTION
AGAINST THE MOORS.

Madrid, June 24.-It is believed
convcrted action between France and
Spain will be reached in Morrocco
and Tripoli, where both are cam-
pnignina against the Moors,


MIAMI STARTS


ANOTHER BANK


Miami, June -24.--Miami is to
have another banking institution in
the' near future. For some time
there has been considerable talk of
the formation of another state bank
and now the talk has come to reall-
zation. This will be the sixth bank
in this city. It was originally the icn-
tonton to incorporate wth a capital
of $50,000, but since the books have
been opened for subscription the
amount has run far pa't the $50,000
and now it Is probable that it will
be capitalized in the sum of $75,-
000. The Dunn-Miller Company has
sold ts property at the urneui' of
.Ninth street und Avc",ii,...) tio tio
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'OITTESi AT'lT h ,I,


QUESTION OF '
AROUSI8M AEit




LIBEAL$ SEIE CHAIR..I

Declare They. WiVll Never Remiain In


Seats o tile Majrity Leader "
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Havana;',J) June' 34,-The lowI
house was yqotarila thq scene Of W
other exciting *eq at aa S reIt
of a clash .etw o'.fce-presi nt
of the House ,Os-FeenInde( 'de
Castro, the majority house Il qder,
the Liberals declare they will never
remain in thelr seats at a 8ewion
over"r hlch he presides, ",:,
The trouble was innocently yy;
eipitated by Speaker Lanuza. T Ire
were two sessions schedule. gsoe-'
cret session of the house was f tor
1:30 and the regular session 3: 30
o'clock. At two minutes tqj o0'lo 1'04
Speaker Lanuza tehlphllibed" Vi0o'
President Castro, starting ,that ite
could not b.e at the house and for
him to preside.
Sr. Castro went immediately to
the chair and rang for the house to
come to order. He then ordered the
roll call. As the secretary began to
read the list Dr. Ferrar l demanded
to know which sesslont' was being
held. Acting Speaker Castro re-
plied that It was the odicitry pub-
lic session because it we' o'clock,
and at 1:30 o'clock, thmi hour set for
the secret session, thero .were only
three congressmen present.
Dr. Ferrara, In unlon 'with other
Liberals protieted. Hq declared that
it was necessary to'call 'the roll
twice. General' Castro ,etuaui
do so. And amid' the a
test tha IeNslQiu4 djoll
the lack aj Lt uor'uti.
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JOB LOT MU TJ rill. I 0,4."
London, June 24.-An atteffil l *
murder many Innocent persons on a lia d.
wholesale plan is laid to the suffra- journed 'hadYce-Ptsidblish
gettes today In the discovery of acn tro. '
attempt to wreck an express trtnin ._'._. .
on the London and South Western General Castro declared yesterday
bound from London to Plymouth, after the stormy sceeles In the house
An obstruction had been placed on that his rullui wab corrnet. He anid-
the track just inside of a, tunnel that he' defied Dr, ''errara or-'any -"
which if it had been struck by the other Liberal to shioe* a single pre. 4
fast train would probably have cedent in the house bearing out their
caused a horrible disaster. stand of yesterday. On the don-
A tunnel employee found the ,ob- trary, he said that he would how. i
struction barely., in time to get it several precedents warranting hl:
removed before the train passed. ruling. .



TWO BOYS DROWN IN SIGHT OF



HUNDREDS POWERLESS TO HELP


ALASKA GOLD ARtRIVlS.

Seattle, Wash., J.une 24.--A mil-
lion dollars In gold, the firstt ship-
ment from Nome, Alaska, this year,
was received by the steamters Sena-
tor and Victoria, which completed
their first round trip of the season
to Boring Bea today.



MCNAB'S RESIGNA-


TION ACCEPTED


Washington, June 84.-The resig-
nation of United Staten Distrlit At-
torney MoNab, of Ban fraubiuco,
telegraphed to the prealdeA '.'lth
sensational charges against Atto"O
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General McRoyn y


. Memphis, Tenn., June 4t--0o la btely aoepted. .
formation nas been obtain -'-". Thls aan the only infp
concerning tne accident op* i t i et the Whie
when nine members of i a. tal- lea at the WhiteH .
United States enginerp. w e The attorney general aid.,
drowned at Stnaky Bend r N*w 'f ect
Madrid, Mo., on the M1i Ipi tivr. "is every intention o prsecut
It lp known that the pa yy wS lp 'ases i'ln which delays are ola
ma101 heboat which cApsise and- o ,onk
a tor. \ O the' pht re said that no ipturests l
jrescupdj but the 'therg Vwet d.. r by t alqnouneD po.,


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Boys Stand Up in Boat and Wave
I anrewell.

Niagara Falls, June 24.-Donald
Roscoe ad Herbert Moore, aged ten
and nine years, were drowned ttIll
afternoon in Whirlpool Rapids .iin
a small boat and in plain sight of
hundreds of men powerless to render
them a.alltance..
The boy were playing in the boat,
half. a mile above the ramis, when
the rope b4oke and the bo &as car-
rled ldto tbhe stream. Until I't reached
midsutram. the .boat moved slowly
and W -. unsee0s by the br'l4enman.
After. the boy had passed the
br l'gb.e alarm was given. Two
comSamis of firemen oent to the'
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'Ye? La;., ta ii i p jllie ,'i-i;il.. p i pr' "! rr.i r'll-nt of the
'" : tunia'iit TI .'," .,di e." I lnet, li' ird ,f'!t: ', ;
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1 '. The rial prior'-: I"h'.s iA W Vtll- Theor y end Practice.
ii i'o't amre thi ')-(n)icr.ats w)o #e Ar Ihn a priop'ihi( lic.tm.re on "The
i ...; t'hrotg the w rk of t Pr nt of th; I 'nit' d Stati, s," pub- I
(; :Cli'in, ... i lish'cd in ll \V('loodr v' W ilsP on rlid:
S'"11- pri-ldont Is at liberty, both In
Ha" -Mt-cism Co.. ing. adc ];Wai cle'ince. to Ih as bgl a mane
'.nk thatI tlV. 'n re nv he < His capcity will sot the
A, 0 11e PaynLA -. ..dri. n M lhiHt; ';fI if congress be overborne i
l~ yila o odA r in thir cr. by him 'v. ill be no fault of the mak-
i. -" i*f i. tariff 1.111. 'rrs of the coinstitution-it will be from
'itch your ouder to>iiiin IDl k and 'o lack o constitutional powers on
. .I t part. 'but only bechiuse he piresl-
i- L, c d |nt ll thi nation behind him and
Tho' i mn of .the ir. is. r- o .- i tl k not. Ie has ino means
Oys roaming hio tleo air la ,. ,.t- of g.a i'nf, congress except through
i.ays rerivlng hi "j;-ruionur harve-A., 9ul"""on
Why go w ,yf h u t ( wia' theory. Whin the prest-
. afri ci .It. n tfimays Io cobpgress; *-lelit lemen.
there isa e r optly &god one atbt me? hhre a fair tarff bill framed In ac-I
Th .a... .ann' "- ... nl cordut wlth our election' pledges;
The w a iman,, line- I..Iinlyl he co rIgry,expebtvl Us to enact it Into
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S ohnbinsi ,runsoo l nt nnd looked
pt 11iw, footprint in the l ands. "Of
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TRIBUTE TO BAUD OF AVON
SG ci.[.n Contains Evcry Shrub, Flower
or Plant Mentioned 'i Plays of
Shakespea, .


ply that 'he felt sare must be hovering
on thoK.,-etty lips.
"It's-it's for your clean clothes,
isn't it?" she queried softly.


-iar." To Town Under False Pretenses.
Thn I hli brow knit in perplexlty. Tradition has it that Shhkespeare "I was born in the'dark of the moon
"11'i what in thunder a;m I going to was i frequent partaker of the hos. and foredoomed to ride two loads in
lin i, k. p thn reader's attention for piiali':y dispensed at a certain tavern the rear of the antepenultimate!"
lt' n,;( t tour days?" ill t'rentford, aidl until recently this mordaoiously explained Pip Maudlin,
I Ii holgan klelling sand into tho l tho only dir'c 1 aisoiaition which the popular clubman of lkeedee, a
footl1in'lit. tih:; p:i'tlon ,f U(n after loi doL could hlie astod Pu ed up apd hopeless at
",,.r lilis," hn murmured, "this is ('latin with thile u'rld's chief drama- Tenthl street id Grand avenue. "I
M'Tin u .all i,,v!"' tit read in the 'Speaking ttie POub Mind'
Now, however, a tram-ride to the department in The .tar Where a help-
Shakespearo garden in lin enscourt ful gent announced that,the ',ind was
Paradise for Grouches, park,. lamic: ith, brings the po- giving a grand free exhibition at this
A rvw .r' winc for nurse rs of grouches ,el's devotees to a little agree, board corner by floatingtthe hate of the men
lt's bon s':,wd up t Coney isla nd. whilh conveys this intimation: "This as high A' the tops of the buildings
! is alld "lihe Cave of Destructive- garden contains all the heirl and gar- and startip the lingerie of the ladies
''hr tr an endlesen plants mentioned in Shalkspeare's in the same direction, Having bpsi-
Th ,ritorhas n endl supplywork ness in Kay See this week, anyhow, I
f r:).ic.,. and for 5 cents you can Mal nn interesting hour may be set my date two days ahead and came
bn .. 'ilch china with three balls snt here In an occiiupatio at once right along. And now, by jimplecute,
as your' aini permits. literary and horticultural, nla locating as soon as I get here the wind dies
w. c.ow. is about the booth all day, in garden.-bd and printed page the down flat, till if I had the only match
ad in s. our.fneed men go away wherabou's of thIe plans and lowers within a hundred miles I could light
w: ri, load smiles,-New York Suna which figure in Shakespoarean my cigar with perfect safety. And
SdramPsas. I find that in my haste to get here I
Mr. Payne as a Prophet., n the estate of the couint(re of forgot'to bring the list of things I
Oi hI:, honor as a prophet, Repre. '\\arwick in Essex thrri is a worthy wanted to buy. Arnr-r-r-r!"-Kansas
FOI t:iv I' Payn(e pricdicts that If the t ibute to the Bard ol 'i .',on. It is a City Star.
.. 'riits pas, the UTndrrwood tariff piece of land known as tlih "Shiake.
I '. ,unry viill drivh them from isteare Border," and Includes every EnglIsh State Hores.
Sv,1'?" :, i re.tor'- l,,iubllcan control. il t.'cwer, shrub, and vegetable nton- A curious interest attaches to the
li1 1qp,.iih from painful experience il by the poet. Every specn n is ream-colored horses which draw the
:ud ,iiii.lit to know. It is barely four labeled, not only with Its botanic tate coach of the sovereign on core-
y ars sinc lie h as hail at work on niame, but also with the quotilion ,onial occasions These "pones," as
l,. l.'yvni tariff hill, and only six from the play In which it Is nmetibn. they are called, represent the hite
itllihs ago th o country drove the Re- .d.-London Mail. horse which was the 'standard of the
piiliiean from power. --- ----- ancient Saxons, and is still preserved
-tit, 'v Pa".e o r '" ht HAD ND DELUSIONS AT ALL in the royai shield of the fHouso of
tli. Underwood tariff will result in Hanover, by which it was reintroduced
Country in t, wh wate hDemocrats Sweet Angelina- Did l ot Give the into England. The famous white
onm owner n y ad grie, wy waste hie Sweet Response Henry So Ar horse carved on the slope of Ufflngton
c in agup fony and grief When theot dently Expected. hill in Berkshire is a proof that It was
bin conivs up for passage, why not known to our Saxon ancestors, who
move to make it unanlious? Love's young'adrenm -is indeed a thus recorded their great victory over
beautiful thing. Sweet Angelina and the Danes. Who has not heard of "The
Thle death rate of New York has THenry thought it hardly possible such Scouring of the White Horse?"-Lon-
beei. redutw.d one-half since 1866. But bliss could be theirs as they Bat on don Chronicle.
ilci l most. of the visitors in New the river bank in the cool of an Aug.
Yor mainige to get back home before List evening. Sad Memories.
I I v die. They met only at week-ends, for The curse of this life ii that what.
he was a toiler in the city, ant w in ever is once known can never be un-
veor in New York an alimony claim found it cheaper to lodge nt ar ila known. You inhabit a spot, which be-
ioi $28,445 was sold at auction for work. *fre you inhabited it is as indifferent
$100. T' Is dbes not sound like a And now the blessed week-end to you asa-any other spot upon earth,
sportiT reposition. It looks more spent at home was here, and he could and when, persuaded by some neces-
llik4,l it lion. see nothing but uninterrupted happi- alty, you think to leave it, you leave
Sness till Monday morning. He slipped it aot; it litngs to you, anh with mem-
People 'ho have waIted to buy a his arm round his sweetheart's waist. Oflsi of things, which in yourexperi-
f.' 11 the stars were on may "Dearestl" he said. ence of them, gave no such pmAisae,
-' money without hesitation Her gazo was fixed on the water. revenges ybur desertion. Time flows
'fOr 14 model is likely to stand "Darling!" he murmured again, on, places are changed; fri ads who
or a god "any years. drawing her towards him. "Can you were with us are no lonagr with
guess why I come home every Satur- us; yet what has been seems yet to
A modern Trilby break into print day?" be, but barren and stopped of life.-
ith the c lI that she can be hip. "Yes,'9 was the scarcely whispered pep. Byshe Shele ,
IAlltsed.ltA)I lslngi like a grand opera answer.
stir. Wpy not nake her tebut before "What is it, dearest?" he asked,
audio e of marines? a t.e ol D e swet r ren w of lon mo
iceof.marines-a .a W-ft me.e.re..lute wllsoe


oneezed niifply.
"You 6eem to have a bad cold," re-
marked the small one.
The large individual, glared,
VIt's the best,\' broadest, noisiest
most successful cold I ever had!" he I
retorted. "I guess you are a bum
authority on colds, ain't you?"
And the thin man dived ifnto iae
newspaper.
PETRIFIED FALLS IN ALGERIA
Remarkable Mineral Formation Which
Puzzles Scientists Called "The
Bath of the Damned."


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Ciot In a Qilet Knock.
When Joaquin Miller, the Poet of
the Sierras, edited the Eugene Regii. *
ter, he ran a Joke column that is
Ltill remembered among Bugene vet..
erans. 4
"Miller," uald an aged Eugenist,
"used to like to roast the coal man.
Thus, I remember how, in a doscrip.
lion of a wedding,, he once'wrote:
".'ihe presents offered the brida
w\ere unusually sumptuoui and abu.u-
dant. Consipcuous among tllem was
a ton of coal, This won general ad'
migration and approval by reason of Its


With all the beauty of a cataract of quaint, old-fashioned massiveness, it
living water, there Is in Algeria a re- being mUch heavier than the tons of
markabld petrified waterfall which re- coal of the prevent day."
cently has been engaging the attention
of scientists. Lobsters That Do Not Boll Rted.
This is the Hammam.Meskhutin. Native F'renc lobsters are growing
whicl, means "The Bath of the scarce as the result of a series of opi-
Damned," and is located 62 miles from demics, and an attempt is being made
Constantine, on the site of the ancient, to introduce those from Roumania,,
town of Cirta. This solidified cascade Hungary and Rusasia. But these for.
is the production of calcareous de- I cign lobsters have little flesh on them
posits from sulphurous and feirugin- and turn a dull color when they are
ous mineral springs, issuing from the boiled,
depths of the earth at a temperature To give them if possible the attract
of 95 degrees Centigrade. ive scarlet tint, appetizing odor ani
"The Bath of the Damned," even from delicious taste of the native Professur
a near viewpoint, looks for all the Leger is making researches in his laD.
world like a great wall of water dash- oratory of picnicultured In the 'Uni-
ing into a swirling pool at its foot, yet varsity of (.rrnoble, and hi hopes, In
ltsgleaming, graceful curves and the i naturalizing the foreign species, to
apparently sBO':,.,g eddies at its base i gie them some at least of the French
are as fixed and Immovable as if t characteristics.
carved from the face of a granite i
cliff. e Dscrnded From Nia.
?ay Ct'n.itr''rB, hoc av, of course, ew
to the making of the deposits, and the The sminaller a nation the longer tho
springs were well known to the an- pedigree of the native. Thus every
cent Romans. The name Hammam- Scotsman of decent lineage is d.I
Meskhutin was given to the stone scended from the Bruce..sAvery lith-
cataract in an allusion to a legend man from the Red Kiag',and everf
that the waterfall .was petrified by Welshman from Noalh The last oitait
Allah, punishing the impiety of unbe- has been made for th famn
livers by turning all the ,members of late Iord 'redegar. tg
a tribe Into stone,. At nlght, s the 1800, when tourin .L 't
story runs, its stone dweller the wrote that ."f a
remote past are, freed fro, -their rived.the ort t4
strange fetters, come. to life id re- the third n & '
was a divisids.ot.4
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1.333 wind13, but the batll carrlpl'33overI 333
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j333t3113 I bll even Inito the lower 3p13r3
or IIIe Conttei. field. Mau go; CA, '~'
of tie Ulants saw the 1(f3eat darfd.
GrIffith LaurICI Spbak ''~~.%;
Tri Speakor is the fgrkdt ouit
ft old e r Ow.'g331to hal(3Ili'(th we e31~~cord-"I
lng to Y'Ia 1iIAt h. "I1 hevo 11)3111
tihte grent Idbra(of th hal. st 5y'onras.'
lie av d,39i .0$.3113' at then(Ci. ) canInIb
CThiro -k1rv'ttjeuuigthat, flo* that I hmil~ed tvo 3t4 03 Zoo took a. Solornn
'Y're"d 'UIlAb has brolien thd lev,jt~i0:33.1 ho 8nui. vr t It happen again.
14-11 b6' erntIii.4, number of p333330331103 (3( aoft ul 10 0A ts-Ate 0 i styleya
this3 season iuS1trri'Ci.'l )fI nl~l bitteof ', 13.3133 lW at tPcalknivsort
pa)-s a P1LtADUrglo x tof tit1elli1t(., A'(31 p3?' fo tieti-
i113306to 30(1i 4(3 3333baI1 1F.E)89UtR nWa-
33 Lemgue .?B ~ ,Ing. dami )ou'll ut4 Ot bt I qLavdis on.
The Ch~r~lo I alouWI~n bad.1106AWdbO d2.t~1,3uC0-f!.-i i\)Ilue *
rkttfffdliz, g. vor rbntage S11111011 staid to tol *a rto 0rcord-
oolanium. CleveJ 9,4OIltUPri00$pin I tt i !Fntne~yerJ-33brrh.t by d
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S'EMON SODA' SARSZAPARIllILA '
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0til i 0e, C 0o. to us. We can please you. g t'ltu o, tlh10 oeI Li o BALI ,n o i-
^4A~a& the f~acy danfo, if ta one CLop, 019i. ... ipa i oc pinuo- 'y 4P- A
u ll stocks of the best manufacturers of n tho Lace1U5l.ui oIu t 1 I "o t, T"J2 I
hi H ipntry snd abroad. Toilet Waters, le T .rot with the octiona, o, t '- toe r ,al.hor o: th atre
*S B ath Atm ionla, etC.,in all Odors,' nmu removed, andd tl a lAe t P or on Uuval iat e t a. l'or ,oI. "*" 'in ... ..
SSachet Powders too, envelopes or bulA "ld if plyPioa 0i1- .... 6 .
j TO a Ia r i SU PP tLYe *.' ofI. .. V' "' '
ANI) I RPO'ED) *I J tS^v take^ WANTED-Hy t at4 if
ad tit I aue )ooU of t aooom and boaW1 in private familY. W
W^<- Mlho .fnyd' that a good, us e..cs o.rr"*.'.. >o. ,, ".S 4tit o',c, i requlred. Aply xx1. ,
npg tOnI@ WlU gvT, should take Mi.t Harrso 6a i tie 3a1 to n maniunr In wh h they have. been t' ,
S' I t er all .ucti relating to sociiaI an rcl t that 1i, voked the critcil, r FOR REINT--Two'-Sory dwell t
O, .l l u; or fashions, but in no cas But to retu n to the ona sie, with nino rooine, pantry and bain '. .,
i(* ~~~~. "%" .~~~~ ~ _~ I11! a persona! reply o e considered There are only tive stops to this now room, running wator, otc., on cornr. lI n
Sid resu all commniucationn to S0i dance, the "G apevine" and thI orf ithead juladttn b Apply
aty ditors Miss Harrison will be "Run" fro tlu Tango, th T.urkey t, Fred Ia'e, 40 1.tou t.
'. R'f TOR i* islad to receive any communication, Trot step dunri the pne stop, the .-.. l'.
elatin to entertainment and a re ip from the loston and just ,a FOR RENT-Upper ipart of 71( D i1
S It i W purely vegetable, and contains no dangerous er wiC a- Hor ri. Snght he g^ ^^t. vadaio, ,. App__ oo o f ,l
Su1s. Tousands of women have written of the good oO' San- on rt Joo >*ra.
It ~4 them. It is one of our best selling medicines. M OTIC. '. o A rcky aMara, cight ye rs in, ;
A:8TOAThere wil b, an election of ol- col ur" out f 'Wn:iy Mlrk r:or0
CANw OS m US TODnIAY cors tonight at thei camp hall and t Dexter Dare., Carirla -coti h,.,v t "
rTAIM\ Hfull attendance is reouesod. By on- tall, flne looker, plcni of ri yb,
WK Y W EST D RUG CO ln t daer HENIt1Y T]!OMPSON, Pre. id.nt. tio. a, lamb. lTegio. r, ii
fashions bu Ill 110ft C ButLA meeting o the Key West Social Anlricran -, Aoie ntHon of ...
Yetr. .ay f .t ern, .M s Mi Club and BiIhi:'s8 s Men's League vill lorcos. T,.'j* 'i 1 ,ll lc;I ,
--.. ...Yeterday afternoon Mr Milton be held at 01 ato aat ato stro.t t:ips britn in'Florida tvwo yets o i "l .
Curry entertained at her beautiful evening at i:..g p. m. Al comm t- ly a1f for0 a 1;dy to i' or ri ; "'
..-_-- ,Uii --M home on Caroline street In honor of teemen Id a luebs' are r-que~sted W;'1 ,cl at. a bug:111 Wtto Cl d, .
M... , ss M rian Harris, whose m rriage to attend., i i, Taipa, a. t V- 1J.1
to Mr. James Bherman is to take GEO, W. PICKARD, Sery y.
....p = [,lace early in Saptember. Five hua, -- -" ... t---L. 'i" 7 .' .
drd was tho r ame played and dTlt- NVlc n 2tTArIo NnD.l .* ii
o T. elang the evening Miss Camille Mc- Di t-- p f 'I
K^llip presided at ,the Ma nl i bowl PIO eUI t Co lOGrAM 1 MUSICoh ..

orter will scul o Ittas g e ttof u o f Ov e o r 1 ; mer- y 06 D l. I, f V,
and dispensed' delightful fruait punch. i ---- #a L ,ti la, .
Miss Jennie Curtis an the cmnsola- March "Son'tiers and Sdagrost- i ..
tion was carried off by Miss Cel oarts" .. ..... . .
O'Brien. The guest's prize was pre- Walts "Thervqc No T'mo L 4I.. -
seamed to the guest of honer, Miss Night Time to Spoon" ....l'ter, TallahaasMo, Juno 24. l'e".l d, .
Miran Harris. Intonermezzo- ~ ung Dli'd" ,.Allord, at his fa l lure to affect a Iecne:l a-
filHso wao were present w re Two-Stepl-"lig of Rags," Swaeti n tion with hli young wife, (.)i o
Miss, MirRayLghtbourn,M Miss e LuluCr Schottstiac- -'g doctor Thilllie Ti ,- Rovells shot hCer brother, John al
SNavarr, Miss ena Bhor RIn a d e Mis W a- T omi or lost :in. metr whom ha accuse d of Iv' int'
W ESarroUGMiss Aenntowar' of1At- Walt1-'T of Over 0n My v't. coI between ttii, ko ree ti.c ; Ii-
Yes teh Tn C an sTake ? r si a da ................ ... ,li n.,hAt, as the two mlit at oin da oo:,, l
ArTe Cash, Miss Na oL, l la t- 0, .ton . ohaabr,,h dat r id thw ; .; Pc
Miss Margrerta Dieargt hner, Miss March zarina" 1..... ,it. iAis now ian tne '.lver Cnosii io':t [
tmlean W illiaos, Mi llise C rry, overture All btar" ... tas lt this city, where little 110po I 110
MsHAT'S theainextM tran I can take Hamil, lipoe sse Ethel mar alto-"\Veddiag o' the Wind" fot' is rte1c Ylery, hla Re, i
T O'Brien, Miss Cele O'Brien and Mis t.. .. PIKlD S oth.
nx c Mary ienIple. Two-St--lhe hh irc, o his victim's wo.itilsc ,r
to connca with the Limited at the ,,,,cnilt at ,i the regNui.L We:!- Tho:stt*he_-,Ml.e,, ,* o..... o v al vittms wton of a f o ;
Junction ? Can I get a through n S, nig nce at Arouovt Schottiuche--Miln.... .. a~ sever mouaa n the ot-,., th....
ilg hak hmo, i'll was dramatic ie tene M Ctt
ticket? What's the fare, please?" w tke place. seltito-"Atla" .. 'Tot nor .s p about ito C ,. .i.
-r Waltz-"You and You" ... 3tre'uns church door, when lovellu uud ,.
When thcre is no time-table handy, the' ithserloito "l.L sd March-- 'vict rious Al!l'k ni e hi n ade lx ''
desired information is readily obtained by n:,ht on the Olvotte or ipa. e oo | aom. pA.r w
a Bell Telephonc call to the local railroad Mar,. QGambcl and- tw6 il.l,1rotc Conccrt,, daily, to : Station : have booked passage on the Colal Saturday, 'hn lcua ta i, i. ui l i aodi i oi
sailing for New. York on July 5th. certs wehlcl take tho place ci , n stri skcn by (iho urlTir, : r chi l.'
iittl you Ophoe-Smile Oiney th e dRy aughteur of Mr. day afternoon concern leu've. c Il, h f :i:"1 -
and Mrs. J. I. Robison on Catroline .NOOKUM.4 1I.' T. 1 AI ]ovcrcomio by th whom oi hiac
S OUTE' RN EL TELEPHONE i l street ie mch improved, after r, ____ v.coun.ls, ubaenr .oou 1oll :co, ..i
CLaLshUN E of e 41'lme "Newly Wleds," w.t. thelA actous by twao IilIb.i tle, (ri.. i'-. :,
'.a'' A UTl n W arren Miss 'Pay Mdarling ba by, "Sucehanii," wI l' oservis oc'Tiowu ot i hu '
-h AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY isv.torno a oal to be make their inintal bow toKley 'so of the imno whi w ro ,n,.
Clissvon at thle hoe of Mrs., Roland audience at the Airdole ht. brought to Traliahassoc 'd '.* d i "-'."
AOdrarmse oon FrCani three n or Snoo l u as made rn i' j a I.
S.,. ... t .. a c supplements, hut now i.t i thi all plcnsibll :i 1; I'.: W E..'
Mary Se mple.make you howS l wilh ht a u'4 alvc V as rushed tlo tli' u 0
LIQUQR CAUSE OF TRAGEDY Ilm T rDrI iti tar the little folks at a lawn party. r'lotih oi ctureN tl VerI ot The pmysiant.l h o,-- r.; ,."t'! ', ,.. I
T tFriday, Jn i r. i honor of the one he Interferes wLth i ndulIt a hope for hia rrv,. a r,
.75,, '. ,.?6,,lathrpst Narrow. UST K LIY-IVH first birthday of thoeh' daughter, Dan, O, at tlio tolcpiho lnCh' It appaeas thin't 01?. n : I I a i ] i- /
!loe llustrating the Fatal s V I, l Elizabeth. be sihwn toa ,{t, wi th t m i~l'..lre om l e^vells an;1 Maid 1'.d:n,, l',,i, h ,." a ,
f,.' ts of Whisky, -n lmi thflnuatine act 4 .. in an uch agaimit iii w .jl ,,' .'t .'a".: .'
inti-on TonightC nIg thehnio CaluAoitet hhib will Tomorow night the seCon 'of lhm yoang woaians ra i. ,
Pi4) roplst-Can you not from 1o1d;11 \\ I tIU II / h old I t0 regular wrekly tuenting at series, in which "Anookunms. "wants first, It la Hald, thle,- v,:.,, i.:,,;bl : /.
year ofersonal experience recall I IIi ihl1lh ll ith home of Mr. Earl Weatherford, what he wants when he want it," which 11"' ils bh'oi.: n nti '. SK " '
tr ikte tt e directly to liquor? I I I w llh M rgll Cordero, the prosl- The bill for to:liy at the Airdmon family. 'forc lo: t .: br:i
a One:time me an'me h, in the chair. will also Include one of th fancma .' returned to hie' l'. ; .m - .
partO.'" .long an' weary lour. --- ------- lv tl Tisoin l'eatureB title i where she hs lived .,, bwa'. psg s i
dey sir eor lorrk, ye know- Yesterday aifternmoon at 4 o'lockl "The Itetturn o r Tliutder. ('loi'l' saCid that trolei' ho s '
Beln bottles of whily. We at the Airdome the Woman8's Chris- Splrt." You nut seon s -lnoo. fietwn 'r rlcithar a t o :.... :i,
'cat 'ottles o whisy Wed em IERIIsa"ECTION C(ANO1'Y MOQdIlTOI) tian Temperance Union conducted an u n for ows' to c, aI .am
S bqt itl or onveni e oin BARI-READY MAI)E -- COM. tore a good sized audience. ('LIlKS. lI4 .l 1. T,. A: a 'ntutd btlh hti
osit', for Noeet wa t w m il. 'L:,ll. : a
"----- YotVl Tei'ep.* lioneWte' hOalne been rli'e'lstor! by th M is0 on?' Msa Dorothy Harden and Mr. A- Clerks' Commintte to request tha: leading pir'sii'ans hee', nudl .l i 'ic
e to a bridge with fred Hayden, son and daughter of all clerks meet in front 1of Arone.d rector of. the Hlhio ,lifo lusni ran a '. .
rotte W '~ both went through, Size To ................... .1 Captain and Mrs. Hoyden, of the vltz's Deparitment store today al colupany of Jacksonvillm RItbvell
a' ba* t ws drowned. Yes, aSie 8 ..Naval station, wil arrive today on twelve-thirty o'clock sharp. The l als comes flroia n e oodir f.; Z.' 2
Si.tTbli bottle full' whisky ..................40 the Comal from New York In momn- mercihants who have been closinft -.... : o
w -4 S p Vy he just sank like a Shize 00 .................. .1.70 pany with Miss Lucy Mtayo. have stated that unless ALL stores .
,,tO, |prdl He was as fine a --- close they will not grant the half- Closely AllIed.
mf IM ew" *Sizo 100, extra largo size, for double Mr. Oscar Ayala, representative holiday next week nlrd it tls there- The sublline and thie '*idlulous are
Sa bottle at or ed f the Empire Life Insurance coi fore important that t* clerks, fthn so very nearly related that it I:
ae ,. .... ...... $ 08 pany, who has beep in the city fr whether they be retail, wholeaale, difficult to class thmn epart ly. One
ilig," Stock Coaplete-Prices Reduced, the past few weeks on business o dry goods, hardware, etc., nmoet at step above the riblcme makeU.the rldl-
."5 i l tckCmlte-Picsleu his company, was a passenger al- tat hour foa the hirpose of unak- culou, anici n' sthp above tIj idlcas
"Phone 128 for your Mosquito Ba i, tng last night on the Olivette /for lng a tour of Inspection anl urging ol u;iou .: :'.c lo tcbbio ao tic -Thom.
i h p. Neded. Tampa, / upon those who ar'e open to e' ic. lo n . c to cublion T O s'
A 12 11, le wa ln pr :1,' w^re% Peter, Paul shd There will hal a soil gath .tg T aaytwitu ver c ab .
-aes Joh waste ,n rat the homs e of ad neld, Rolan At l exp ctl to arrlive o, p r't ea'ly Itls in Ole day .t wan ratlnc. hy hoi'hartt, ou

i a4 i i helpngteporpeopleo 0 ot. The captain of the gunboat iPetrl and asked to bc driven to a ditant
S -'tr' -PaXl w Pon .."r Ally, those he wo r In pat Iesterday roeo'ved orders to hon i part of lte city. On th way the mer hopt
dl in ort sendFr whatever they canE Cti self in readiness to sall after thel chant discovered. that le had fort.


4000 clothing, grocerles or pe lr:
E 5 l. ;clothing, "rrrival of the morning train thl, ten to put his purse i1'his Htkat. J
4",. r- .' -- ti .While in Havana evnal What was to be done?0 On Ling INStLRANCE: l
"RiAD,. -RIIIDo e received a aeile f:'-om his destinatioai ho'ot out r' 'li. b cab
.1. . .-. ~~.. \ NEW BOOKS IN T I I RAlt 'i 'd ent telling hln to call at and nt to tho driver: i '1 ou
VOL "Wt' b.ie reopenedd the old Page Y TKey'.. WI t lake on board a paity pleaso give mn a match' I1 ,,,o h
O on VaraJa St., and make T publicc library i U ho th Ity i or wh', dropped a gold-pfen on OFFICE
a Iri i: tOf a ndl ma B ts n n ctal 0on ,lo th c b." r, atn '"- Ia r .
P,^t t 1tof. at ome-made sweet ptea- ble floweeing new boook a u Key W pot k altho It was drl up it hors model lo ra'
o'. brr itad. We use the wor faned tA.,'The ota-"oh, dear the odiaond ou out." "Her la evid night of le r o .he
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Slor, .adebt Sa Wolrvlle Nights, Th e Br seTim Petrol that it would b c.'thor n
M119 Co., of Gaveston, an Purple Paresol, Bought and Paid Guantanamo or o tau Purincellb oh-
sweetpotatoes on the m and the Little he b nrd and bly the lattbte patt:i-
w bke twice a day and make Kingdom Coie. The nl1owtng 41st ,. -.
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