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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 9, 1914, Wellsville, New York ' Hot Only But Wa Tortured Hic Body on m Ware Well cd and Armed and Ready For Any Marcb of waiting for president Wilson aod to the bit in their teeth crossed the Hio Grande into and Ans the body of who was executed by federal W under orders from Governor had said that who wks caught after he crossed had said at Uie had beea bat got The finding proves the falsity of these Vergara was not was burned and and body hung on hiah as Repeatedly to San Antonio ' aa Governor to Washins aad got GO he have to send a ot to find have no as long as He could hut I racist ur their of Versara t up body but of to a 5ookn saw il horrible -et- the zens of of the aroused all Texas tmd many they are for further the for of is expected that will the of the action he has maatot north and the Fifth broke ' at tha of tb bole the to four or flire boys a time the tore earth to the west of break out disturbing the and smashed into west through 2Sd of the Into the excavation than two feet east of the break and the streets and FOR All Territory Taken Shall Be Void of Marcii has re official notification of an by Pancho declaring that the territory which he together with that he now holds operated as prohibition territory and all saloons be This edict was not operation of the Chihuahua brewery proved a The edict will apply to where foresters a heavy license to operate saloons houses for the diversion of American failure to make a of his brewery operations became at the time that u becomes known that his efforts to manufacture hia own shrapnel and to build an armored for the early successful sis im ihe es of a state has ed to succeed with as it did The slate bank not opened and the of industrial taken rimi of Hungriest Were Taken to Lunch Room Fedi and Afterward Given at Salvation Army Hotel on the Money Left For March 9.The bitter cry ot the I. W. W. has been heard and they are Thanks to Protestant Episcopal they dined last night In a regular restaurant and between sh v two Dr. Percy Stickney Grant of the Church of the snd the Edward 11. of St. Luke's pave This made it unnecessary tue men who in Square to any church for After oratory in the of into 16i> the from the a hundred f and gave his regular | d nner Cor the tise marchiai TO the Salvation and paid for cf cUrgi be money for breakfast in the that Dr. lo for W. fn the but not That be in of Ls of a for of Both Had With Which TItey Attacked the but Were and Miss Patterson and Several Others Were to Talk With Mrs. March was a gone that and a of wbo wanted to talk lilio about alleged tortures to certain flooded and ' imo lieo m in to - free toils 1 lo in tobacco mes vai pass the to tax tobacco Miss Alma A. Jobnson of If she weda within Thread of aign et under new pensiona to 13 old price system ertile that wages bare kepi pace tbe coft of while in has been a reply which sho has received from Home who in with the constitutional in regard to a petition reached Mr. through his Secretary McKenna briefly that he he been to advise his majesty to comply with the request for an Another Letter to RAfO OLD Announced That Federal Managers Would Secure All Contract Jumpers 3.Pres3d nt Oil of i F of all an oi rif to report a series of gas at 1J;I0 o'clock In and at Intervals until 1 a result of worth of plate rnt of Broadway of ail kinds was stopped all day and traffic in 2.'?d street shut off and the new subway filled with water from bottom to the trolley car was banged badly that nine bad to be treated by an thereupon wrote A pyramid of feet letter lo ihe king In which ane j high in street deny the three Wires rf Western right of the wno i thn and | not being elected by women are not I company 1 for to stand disabled and and and having an audience without or your and the tenants Mrs Pankhurst pursuance the and of our undoubted constitutional to petition the sovereign I and other members of the Social and Political Union a shortly to be determined will i s sat ' t Sylvia got of her in Bow road and went to address She was arrested ' alighted from a motor bus and is is LIFE IN NEW with in to Walt For Red a contract are ' - ' not it Is on Is without 10 maintain his troops that there is h- had to thf j maintain that the and bp within in the s new have a arp of say a of suppressed nM se much at open because cm the surface Villa is preserving tne I had f because fear of Cini not j may -in tape oS the line of of or uere | - a ' ' the 11:4 h iti - is ' don ' ' Permits and Cabaret Restaurants Open 2 A. 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New and from the 1 of cUy announced or an it turc oui and its at li a. or the be licence wiil be to places and to V. on ail sucb of the his Sylvia has been arrested provisions of the and suffragette was already on in Trafalgar square when was detectives upon her so suddenly and she was so quickly that few of } or her body guard were aware of GiH Scores March i tour I tro encored 1 a. sale of -In win at that ' won't ail major tn the trt lat yrh and had ' the and life wWWWW of CAR CREW WAS Girl Sues Traction Flirted Wrth March Daisy 25 years of Granite filed suit Granite St. Louis Traction company for 120.000 damages which she alleges she she crew of the company with her scandalously and refused to leti ber off the car until It had gone four block beyond wanted to get she sat down her and was rode ia Tbe look ft md by reason of bis failure to stop the ear she had to walk tbe and suffered a MAKE STATES to tbe In Wim ItilL other tbat frown in tbe tUm at fm tbe tUUl by Ice Of the 1 At tbe we lost a tbe Karlok ia onr mm ' aW 1 looked ott as a 4sr the northwest rick of may h to r r main work to do for net w try to cany It out other think I on the 3ary ' te if mm aled look ' It jf bat ft to In Christian March 9."Pwdiibi-Hon never will be in 1 tbe bot at Borden of C claim t g Opinion i Canada ha tbe flag to said Cardinal Gibbons in a statement made public I am an ardent advocate of fitting for the 1 am persuad ed be enforced ia ' continued Cardinal calculated to hypocrites and lead to the manufacture of illicit the with the while at the time robbing the of the legitimate OF IN Caused Financiers Opposed to Proposed a 10 1 f. ' named Pat conducting of Miss ansi she announced it to who promptly took on i of indignant and Attack The crowd iraTe a cheer when Miss called on to follow hfr to street lo make a the - were ready and the procession up - police began lo up the and v - - - of both ' sexes had ' which they attacked the o was a passe and was not bjc it soon at 345. SON FOR Trades Boy Who Faces Term For March 9.^Jaines lo years who ed he struck the blow which killed James R a Kent county by DAILY MARCH 9tb consecutive secure the the f * - - lilt and doorstep .i Thursday and Sank to Invade to It oat the and of ' acd hsing or to tlm of of tibe 98c M m In of of not It pt snd and were Is said that a man and lo iLe cut of b | th. to a 3ar..f Ure an Interview with in regard to - of Twin week her ' by a of is rapidly from the ejects of ile operation and every prospect Discard It for One Marrb tango ii and the first degree and sentenced to for life in tBO Maryland attorney tried to prove the boy Ls mentally - the testimony it developed that who cannot be traded him when he was a small boy to a farmer for a So ed the at It ta rery there will tat lions that Che Interior Ut Tbe ed for six the of Tbe fur tbe of mm and west 500 deep in waa inch the Tbe an important part est mont tbe A ia direction The that the water woald not for Takea March years took a quantity of because she was and late for was to tbe hospital and will Mary's dead was an orphan asylum by Mrs. Lydia The girl frequently feeling she a burden her J to of tbe bot - if forces the piace the In ' lo the ' FiBE IN ST. Men Dead and Score iron Brought March 9.Part the pig iron which R D. Wood Co cast into pipe in their 4 Italian aqueduct will be brought from It makes the first foreign made of any amount to be contracted for to Imported into the CaSed States under the new particular iron will come from Nova to he dead and dozens to have humed score injured ia a which early story or Athletic exact number of dead isot be known Oro dred and thirty five were last Of thirty-five are The For March 9.The British cruiser for ' against trie dance caff up do La back to of its - nf interior the hank shall be et to all the and other The books be opela to the public at all times for an of the is that the of the bank will of benefit to the - - 't raged a few weeks is feeing replaced by the one turkey easier and more rival than Teachers of the who ruled social daring the winter earned salaries Oian tne prime under weather United States taken at p. weather United States taken at p. York Louis 3S Orleans ia on by W. 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