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Indianapolis Sun (Newspaper) - July 17, 1901, Indianapolis, Indiana The la a Stew Jet it 17,1901.the i Indianapolis suit ii a shed daily except sunday in the Sun building 123 and 125 e. Olio St. Telephones editorial f?, 626 new 3411 business office both phones 880 entered at the Post office As second class matter. Adil Ress All communications a business nature to the business manager. Communications for publication etc., should be addressed to the editor. Delivered by Carrier in any part the City for six cents per week. Advertising rates May be obtained by calling upon addressing the manager the advertising department. The Sun will Forward rates to any responsible person desiring to act As agent in any town. News dealers desiring to have the Sun Sale can obtain terms at theoflice. Subscription rates. Outside City six months in Advance.$1 50 outside City per month in Advance. 25 outside City per year in Advance. 3 00 if you fail for any reason to receive the in regularly from your Carrier boy you will Confer a favor by at once notifying the office. Call Telephone 880, new old Send a postal to the Sun. A Durbin scheme. It is evident that opponents Monument dedication next october have set about to defeat the decision the executive committee and let gov. Durbin have his will. One b. Hutchins Columbus has written col. I. N. Walker a letter in which he argues for postponement and says the state fair association any other organization should not be allowed to dictate the Date. As a matter fact the state fair association never considered the dedication. The Only organization that May be said to have Quot dictate Quot was the g. A. R. Of Indiana which expressed through department commander Garrigus a desire for Early dedication. Hutchins is either misinformed is putting up a Straw Man. It should not be overlooked that col. I. N. Walker to whom Hutchins wrote the letter was recently appointed by gov. Durbin the Board Monument regents and that the appointment was regarded by some As a Reward for being a Valet gov. Durbin in the general committee meeting Monument dedication. It is discouraging to think that the governor who is chairman the executive committee is Likely to raise obstacles to prevent the dedication at a time generally favored by the civil War veterans Indiana. One thing is certain there is a scheme under Way to defeat october dedication after All and it will be carried through unless the veterans make themselves heard. Ward 4 is a comparatively new Section the City but it covers a vast territory and is now thickly populated. The proportion taxes paid there is Large and the Ward for Many reasons is one the most important in the City. Heretofore it has not been Well represented in the City Council. During the past two years it has been especially lacking in this respect. This year there Are excellent chances for the Ward to bring about a Reform. Of course a Republican will be elected to the Council. Jim Munro is out the Way thanks and the contest for the nomination is Between Fred w. Eppert and Chas. Davis. Eppert is by far the better Man. He is abundantly capable giving the Ward proper and adequate representation in the Council such As it needs sadly. He should be nominated and course elected. What s the Nutter with thirty Ninf years with one concern is it possible that the National civil service reformers Are the opinion that persons with their snouts in the Public crib should work for their pay a Shell 1-1 Root for their Board and keep Why the greatest Patriot in these political Days is that fellow who secures what is called Quot a soft a Quot soft snap Quot is a position to Quot which is attached. A Large salary and no labor. The civil service Fellows Are asking too much by far. Time will eradicate the injustice. If you Are a stranger to militarism take a Day off and visit the state Capitol. There Are a few members the 161st regiment still without positions Bur course time this rank injustice will be eradicated and the places Power will be possessed by the Loyal followers col. Durbin. Appointees about the state House Are coming to realize How unfair it is to hold their jobs while the governor is the Lookout for the boys the 161st. Gradually they Are expected to drop out and let their places be filled. Secretary Carter the state printing Board though a capable and Bright fellow in most particulars seems to be slow to recognize How unjust it is for him to hang to Quot Lis office while Corporal Jones the 161st is still unprovided for. Col. I. N. Walker whose appointment the Board Monu Merit regents g. A. R. D the people perceptibly will probably be kind enough to retire a pension before gov. Durbin s term has expired. This will make room for another 161st-er. Stale officials though elected by the people should none the less remember t Neir duty to the go Vernor and now and then tender a resignation in order to promote the Success the sanguinary Campaign the 161st in Cuba Undi the command the intrepid colonel Winfield Taylor Durbin. The police superintendent will charge a Saloon keeper with operating illegally in order that the mayor May revoke the City License if he sees fit. Is the Day judgment at hand while doubting somewhat its saving qualities the people regard death bed repentance better than none. Quot what s the matter with Indianapolis Quot said a Man who has been Iii Crest a in bicycle racing Here for yaks in answer to the Sun s i fiery Quot is that Indianapolis people do not appreciate Indianapolis things. I mean that they see no better bicycle racing in the East than some the meets we have Here pay twice As much to see them then return with praises for the great sport they saw. Quot it is the same Way with the Ball team and everything else. The local Ball team played in the Western association was just As Good As in the american league. Quot As far As sports Are concerned Indianapolis is a Little country town. Here everything local is depreciated because it is local. If an Indianapolis Man had seen the fireworks we gave at Newby Oval in the East he would not have begrudge the $2 he paid and if the people had applauded he would have followed suit. Quot Indianapolis people Are great the something for nothing Quot game too. July 4, thousands them paid the Street car company 20 cents each to go to Broad Ripple where some sort a minor attraction was advertised As free Riding by Newby Oval where they could have seen some the Best sport their lives for a the Johnsons. Little Worms have outlier Worms to bite pm an Independent City ticket. There Are surface indications that an Independent candidate May enter the mayoralty contest. Be i us Hope the report is True. At Tho present moment it seems probable that the democrats will renominated Taggart and the republicans will again give Bookwalter a Chance. These men have fought before. They have nothing new to present. They Promise really no better conditions than exist have existed in the past. They simply represent two machines one Democrat and one Republican. Indianapolis needs a City administration. There is no doubt about this. If All the signs Are reliable there is no Hope gaining that desired end unless the people the City divorce themselves from party politics and elect a Man who will look after the City s interests regardless franchise rafters and Beer Boomers. Let us the matter will not end in talk. Let us Hope that the Aio vement will the started without delay. Take note that we Are up to Date. The civil service Reform league has dilated the patronage abuses in Congress brought to Light a few months ago. If no other Field investigation is presented it might turn its attention to the recent Indiana Senate which had so Many doorkeeper that an attack a citizens mob could have been recur de with ease. In the Days when the Taggart administration issued Bonds instead picking temporary Loans Indianapolis furnished valuable hints in the Way cof patronage such As Corn stalk grubbing in Riverside Park Indiana is up tip Date in All matters. When very Rev. A. Scheideler Pas St. Mary s Catholic Church exclaimed to his congregation two Sun Days ago Quot when will people Ever earn to let Coal Oil alone Quot the cry Jame from a heart wrung by the a buy he had just witnessed in miss Maggie e. Reichwein a member Lis congregation who though conscious was dying from a Coal Oil explosion. There Avert bitter tears in p he pastor s eyes when he told his bearers that no human Tongue could Ever describe for them the awful an Phish the suffering woman. The service the priest at the altar was interrupted and in trembling voice father Scheideler asked the congregation to join in prayer for miss Reichwein. While it is Safe to say hat no one who was present in St. Mary s Church that morning will 3ver forget the scene and the vivid picture the results following the careless use the inflammable Oil i Quot he lesson is one that it seems must de brought Home in some such Man Ler to every family. The cause christianity is not promoted by attacks the dead in la neral sermons with relatives weeping near the coffin. Several instances such attacks have been reported from Indiana in the last year. The most recent was the condemnation the character a. N. Martin sex congressman by a minister at Bluffton. There is a gho lishness about it that repels persons refined sensibilities and such a total disregard relatives As was shown by the Bluffton preacher is enough to make people believe the Christian religion is hard and uncompromising rather than charitable and forgiving. It is Well enough for the living to be instructed by the lives the dead but there Are times and places for All things. The great Green Worms found Tomato Quot plants at this season Are known to scientists As Sphinx Quinque Maculata. They have ravenous appetites and in a few hours can strip the leaves a Tomato Vine. Now and then they eat off Liaf a Green Tomato. Quinque Maculata Means five spotted. Most Tomato Worms have Black Brown spots their sides i hey have horns in their tails sticking up a a terrifying Way. Entomologist w. S. A Blatchley says the Best Way to get rid amp them is to Knock them off the vines a Lod Mash hem under foot. The. Big orms Are sometimes four five inches ions. The Tomato worm is in a second stage existence. First is the egg then the worm larvae third the pupa and fourth the Large Moth. Sometimes one fluids a score More Little White Oval cocoons the Back a Tomato worm. The cocoons enclose the larvae parasites that had been living the inside the worm but punctured Tho skin and made to Weir Way out the worm s Back. These parasites feed the juices in the worm and a worm covered with cocoons is generally Small. Blatchley says the parasites ultimately kill the worm and Are beneficial. Personals Erom the state Zeno Jeter has returned from a very pleasant month s visit at Tampa Kolomo news. Or. George Hamilton Stapp came up from Louisville last news. Miss Belle Knuckles Evanston arrives today to visit with trustee w. H. alparaii3o Vidette. Strong Smith departed for his Home at Beloit wis., yesterday afternoon after spending a few Days with Don Rochester Republican. Miss Daisy Trout Hanover came from Geneva wis., last evening to be the guest mrs. E. E. Star. A. Pushman and Little daughter Freda went via Lake Michigan to Chicago and Milwaukee to news. Although the late Albert Johnson and his brother Tom both began their life work As Drivers Street cars in Louisville they did not come from that class that usually supplies such employees but belonged to a distinguished Southern family and one their grandfathers was a vice president the United states. As Young men they were very poor and had responsibilities toward others and As their father had been in a Way connected with the Louisville Street railway Linos they began to work where it was easiest to obtain employment. It was in this Way that although members a Iam Fly Well known and socially esteemed in their native town they began careers destined to be so successful in the Lumble employment Street car Drivers. It was while thus employed in Louisville that Tom Johnson made his first invention to improve the existing conditions the local Street cars. This was soon adopted everywhere and was the cause the Brothers first Advance toward wealth and importance. The family had for Many years lived in press. Thirty nine years continuous service with one. Concern is the record Hiram Byrkit with Daggett amp co., Candy makers at 18-20 w. Georgia St. He was born in Indianapolis sept. 23, 184s. His i Arents lived near new York and new Jersey-sts., then i Etty Well out. They were among the earliest settlers coming Here in 1836. Or Byrkit went to work As a Quot cub Quot in William Daggett s Candy factory at 32 s. Meridian St. He and a Man were the entire Force the establishment. He is now Foreman. Quot i can remember when there were nothing but Cornfields East the Blind Asylum beginning at St. Clair-St.,&Quot said he "meridian-St., irom Maryland St. To the depot was a residence Street. There was mighty Little town below the depot. Or. Gatling who invented the Gatling gun lived Meridian-St., Between Maryland and Georgia-sts., when i was a boy. A favorite swimming Hole in Pogue s i in was Between Washington and Market-sts., about 150 feet North Washington St. I have gone in there Many a time. Pogue s run was a Beautiful Stream in those Days. Washington St. Ran As far As Noble-St., but from East St. It was full stumps. It was All farms North Washington-St., East Pogue s run. Except a Small settlement the dutch settlement it was called along Noble-St., from Washington St. To North St. Quot i was brought up in the Campbell Ite a christians Church but i am afraid i am kind a Hickory Christian. A Man can t be a Candy maker and be a Chris Tion very . Byrkit was married to Annie f. Hynes Madison dec. 24, 1s66. They have two children Nellie and Harry. The latter has a Long record service a with the Daggett company having been in the factory 19 years. The by kits live at 11 w. Eleventh St. Ithene Vork store Issa. Sole agents for Butteri Cic patterns. Indiana s greatest dry goods Emporium. Midsummer needs specially priced for thursday buyers. Items that a will make it Worth while coming Down tomorrow. Handkerchiefs what the papers say Quot Ohio has Hanna Quot says an Exchange. The impression has Long prevailed out this Way that Hanna had Point. When mayor Harrison appeared at his Lico in a fancy shirt Waist and without a coat he made a Strong bid for the vote.3 the son i personal Plain dealer. There is but one purpose in War and that is a finish which will put a final end to Contention. War in South Africa today is undoubtedly us bloody ind cruel As it Ever was. There a no occasion for amending Gen. Sher Maji s vigorous definition it. If a nation is to be blotted off the face the Earth at All it is better to prosecute the work As vigorously and As rapidly As possible. There is no humanity in cutting off a dog s Tail an Inch at a free press. Railroads. Mrs. W. H. Morrison dead. Mrs. W. H. Morrison 5 2, died tuesday at her Home Vermont and Pennsylvania its. She had been under a doctor s care for Al out a year but seemed to be improving up to sunday. She was a daughter the late James Smith and was born just South Indianapolis. She taught in the Public schools Here before her marriage in is a. Her husband and a son Avilliah jr., 21, survive. Telegraphic tips. The Council has kicked up More just about the interurban franchise t will probably not Settle until after he City election at least until after he nominations. This May have been he purpose the cowardly Council. If this were a National Campaign year the drouth would be Laid at the door the opposition. The state tax Board has an easy time it with the Railroad attorneys this year. The Board compels the attorneys to admit that business has been prospering and by degrees laughs them out courage to proceed with an extensive argument for a reduction. Many talks Are made apparently for a reduction but really for a prevention an increase. The tactics required an attorney before the state tax Board Are a those a poker player. One nature s remedies cannot harm the weakest Constitution never fails to cure summer complaints Young old. Or. Fowler s extract avid Strawberry. Bargains in upright pianos at Baldwin s. Prices for Oil lands in Duval county tex., Are sky High. Eddie Dickson 13, killed Rthur Tucker 15, with a knife Atlanta a. On account local option fight Zanes Ville o., mayor Shaw resigned. Drought has rubbed the Raspberry crop Berrien county Michigan. The loss is estimated at .?100,000. Alex. Mullen Colora. Was found murdered Huntington Ala. John Gebhard coloured under arrest. Said that 3,000 threshers have secretly joined a Trust in Chicago. It will be extended to other states. Louis Kotte Cincinnati has been arrested at Chicago charged with embezzling .$20,000 from the estate his father. Quot Billy Quot Cleveland once rated As one the richest men in the theatrical business Chicago is busted. Owes $559-000 no assets. Quot Navy department says that Henry Smith Craven said to have been made insane Ivy hazing was never an actual Sadet at Annapolis. Owing to his physical condition he was never admitted to the Academy. Decatur 111., will pay $14,000 because several Small boys had a private Telegraph line across a Street. The wire broke fell across an electric wire and went into mrs. Anna Hatfield s Yard maiming her son for life and killing the Little son James Lee. Travel to the Michigan summer resorts is heavier than to any others this season. Swift amp co., Chicago have the contract to build a .?35,000 depot for the big four at Muncie. Report says the a. B. Amp w. Is to absorb Harry Crawford s Chicago amp southwestern Railroad. Hereafter the sunday excursions to Cincinnati Over the c., h. Amp d. Will Start at j a. Instead 6 30. The Wabash has 55 new cars including chair cars combinations and passengers. They Are modern and thoroughly equipped. A special Pennsylvania train five cars was hauled from Pittsburg to Chicago in ton hours and 50 minutes tuesday breaking All records. The big four is arranging to run its tracks directly into Tho Camp grounds the Indiana Tate spiritualists association near Chesterfield in order to compote with the Union traction company s interurban line. At 5c it t i Wash goods a 50 pieces sheer lawns in Dainty Blue Pink and Lavender stripes so Val i a a a a Yard .5c Irish Dimitres a Case them just in x Blue Pink Lavender and Navy Blue stripes and figures All new design to a Yard go a so Inch Batiste and Dimitres broken a i lots Loc kind a Yard.9c i 30-Inch Dimitres White grounds a Dainty Dresden figures 15c value. X x i50 pieces White Lawn with Black stripes and figures new patterns a x Yard .12vic East aisle. Linen Dep t special s Brown Linen crash worthy 7c a Yard. J x Cream turkish Towel j y Worth 7c. To heavy Check Cotton towels a it Worth in. Y India Linen Worth 8c a Yard j a 12v-c Quality bleached turkish towels t each .10c x napkins the soc a dozen kind 6 for. 33c .75c basement. Men s summer Wear Ltd things you need priced Low for easy Selling. X Vien s Wash Madras ties pointed ends f 15c ones c6 for 25c .5c y Wash Madras narrow four in hands 25c ones.2 for 25c it men s full seamless fast coloured cot ton half Hose double heels toes and soles a pair.10c x another clean up Madras shirts. $1 x kinds mostly 14 and uvs.29c men s Balbriggan underwear the 50c x kind to close a garment.29c East a Isle. I Light weight hosiery children s fast Black Cotton Hose full seamless Fine ribbed double heels and toes a pair.7c ladies fast coloured fancy Cotton Hose full , with double heels and toes a. fast Black full fashioned $2.00 a dozen kind. 6 for. The Monument i recently erected to Abraham Lincoln s Mother in Spencer county. Ind. Filled Mother for a Turkey Dexter. Mo., july 17.�?charles Dobb while Hunting turkeys tuesday discovered a motion in the Bushes and fired. He was horrified when his Mother staggered out and fell dead in his arms. She was picking berries when her son s Bullet struck her in the head. Dobb is 17 years old. Spirit the state press. Death E. Lemon. C. E. Lemon state agent Tho insurance company for 12 years died tuesday afternoon at his Home 1511 n. Alabama-St., typhoid fever. He was born in cent Orville ind., in Isgo. He married miss Anna m. King this City and was in the commission Here for several years after his marriage. He was in the insurance business in Richmond for a while later and returned Here in iss. To was president the state association insurance men at the time his death. The funeral will be held at the residence at 30 a. M., thursday Rev. J. Cumming Smith optic rating. The body will be interred at Richmond. Scr Fula few Are entirely free from it. It May develop so slowly As to cause Little if any disturbance during the whole period childhood. It May then produce irregularity the stomach and bowels dyspepsia Catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting itself in much cutaneous eruption glandular swelling. It is Best to be sure that you Are quite free from it and for its Complete eradication you can rely Hood s Sarsaparilla tiie Best tall medicines for a Samors. An Effort is making to Corner Corn and put up the Price to Tjo cents. This is certainly a More a it pleasant Way to raise Corn than blowing under a boiling Muncie Herald. If one is to believe the two party papers in Indiana i Lis that City will have to hire some one to run for Tribune. There is now nothing so coir Imon in All Tho country since the Ohio democratic convention As Bryan s commoner. Its typographical Ai pc Rance even is common and its contents commoner if that were Arsaw times. Perhaps Tho safest Way to Tell a Man that he is absolutely wrong is by Lon distance journal. There is one difference Between Carnegie and Rocko Fuller in their gifts to colleges the former docs not dictate a hat i books economics shall be Taii Glit while the latter is inclined to exclude. Any that is hostile to the Trust Anderson news. Indiana is to have a new weather Man. Generous hoosiers will Mako no attempt to make it As hot for him his prod cos Sor has made it for courier. Lace Lisle Hose 20 dozen them thursday a pair.25c ladies extra size lace Cotton Hose to close at a pair.29c East aisle. Cool underwear 40 dozen ladies pure White Richelieu ribbed Lisle vests silk trimmed thursday at.19c ladies pure White Jersey ribbed. Lace trimmed knee pants at.25c ladies Union suits pure White Lisl Low neck and sleeveless lace trimmed knee lengths.49c Balcony East aisle. Pettis dry goods co. T a can t have too Many then these a Days. These Are Low priced enough for you to Lay in a goodly Supply. Y ladies Plain White he stitched x h do is also Black Border and lace trimmed. So kind.4c a lot men s Linen h do fs., in with and 1-Inch hems were j5c and 20c, now.1220 ladies Fine Swiss embroidered hem a a a stitched h do fs., with lace and embroidered Corners were Loe and 15c, x now.90 a 3 for 25c. Center aisle. To ribbons slightly soiled ribbons from our re x cent Mill end Sale nos. 5 and 7 Satin and Gros Grain and taffeta 10c and 12uc kinds to close a Yard.2c no. 9 Satin and Gros Grain and taffeta ribbon 15c values now a Yard.4c no. 12 Satin and Gros Grain and taffeta ribbon was 20c, now a Yard.6c no. 1� Satin and Gros Grain and taffeta ribbons were, now a yard____8c nos. 22 and 30 Satin and Gros Grain Plain taffeta wide Satin taffeta and soft taffeta in pastel shades 25c x and 39c kinds a Yard.10c West Aiole. Summer needs % How to make by Ead and Dainty Muf x fins free school free Cook Book pc Cial ten Inch bread knife Worth 20c, with every Pound Rumford Bak ing powder. A 1,000 pounds Empress broken mocha x and Java 30c Coffee a pound.18c Armour s potted Ham and Chicken 10c x and .5c trunks and bags great variety at a saving 20 to 25 per cent. It Cedar Wash tubs medium size each 69c clothes wringer Wood Frame ten Inch White Rolls were $1.75, for .98c a picnic plates ten-Inch., a dozen.4c x Choice any our 19c and 25c brooms at .10c screens four panel All mortise x Clear varnish and stained Complete 69c window screens adjustable a a 24-inch19e it 30-inch35c 3ti-inch49c 6-s quart Peerless Iceland freezers each. $3-49, $4.25li fishing tackle % ?3.00 split Bamboo Fly rods a $1.50�> $3.00 split Bamboo bait rods.$1.50 Bristol steel minnow nets .70c Fine Nickel reels .50c piano values Are being sacrificed in our great removal Sale new and used pianos. Be Are not Only offering pianos the very highest Grade we Are making the prices ridiculously Low. Even if not ready for a piano it will be interest for you to know what can be done in the Way Price terms and Quality. Visitors always Welcome. The Starr piano company manufacturers. After August i 13s-140 n. Pennsylvania St. 13 w. Washington St. Indiana s i it Epresi native piano House City life. A female major general. Atlanta ga., july 17.�?gov. Candler tuesday appointed mrs. Leg Iron Iliili Bowles a major general in the state militia. He did this in acknowledgement courtesies received at her hands whilt2 recently visiting the Camp the tii ird Georgia infantry at her Homo Washington a. The fio Vernor 5t is said was entranced by the Beauty and the fair georgian who is sponsor for the resident. The negroes feel miffed. Cleveland o., july 17.�?�some the leading coloured men this City Are indignant because the general committee the g. A. R. Appointed a coloured committee to look after the negro veterans during the coming Encampment Here. They say All veterans should be treated alike. Annual seashore excursions Pennsylvania lines. $15.00�?round trip�?15.00 july 25, aug. 8. Special trains with through sleepers and coaches to Atlantic City Cape May and other coast resorts. Return limit 12 Days. For particulars Call agents address w. W. Richardson d. P. A., Indianapolis ind. Mrs. O Neil sit Meikel St. Was burned tuesday by a gasoline explosion. She put the gasoline in a Washtub and it is thought it ignited from the Kitchen fire. Mell Ai Cpherson. A Zilisch i gel Solu the forty fourth regiment was taken to the City Hospital , suffering with severe stomach trouble. He was better wednesday. James Butler a coloured Street sweeper living w. North St. Was overcome by the heat at Pennsylvania and Wubash-sts., tuesday and was taken to the City Hospital. He is recovering. At the close last year life Accident and fraternal insurance associations had in Force in Indiana 110, Jet policies calling for .$lls,g7g,5is.lo. Of Toliese. ,5si wire policies written by Iii it Liana , calling for .<3t>,17v,07s.u. It is reported that Tho supreme court will be asked to Grant a stay sex oct lion in the Case John w. Rinkard Val it Ash county sentenced to hang aug. I a for murdering his wife. The sup rom court expects to Convene Tho last july and it is tie matter will be presented at that time. Some weeks ago the court granted a stay execution in the Case Joseph Keith Princeton. State auditor Hart has referred to tie attorney general the request the clothes and a Little Money. League Cju actors Chicago to carry l business in Indiana. It is co opera Tive scheme and when a member marries an endowment Call is . The Emblem the league is a Blue enamelled heart pierced with a Dart. The literature contains pictures and testimonials those married and endowed by the league. A. S. Taylor sex governor Kentucky has filed a .?1,1 00 Bond As administrator his wife s Vitato with Charls Finley late Secretary is Ito Kofu icky and Merrill Moores. Us ratios. Joe Benson was a Rostocil. Early Volnes Day for Burgh iry. He was loud in a thur Smith s tin and Sheet in is . I n. Senate Avo. By a Cyile i it Atrom a j Orilin and Manning. A. I As a record having been Nibby l six Tim a i the Iii Cai police for larceny and a Lur Glavy. Tie Casi it Quot Felix White head a Gaius Ivl Cikel amp Mccurdy feet a ili.5ii Loi t in Stork deals has Bron d tired. Ii jiisti.-3 snick in the defendants favor. The Loci Ion to based to Ltd supreme court holding the it the status to lh<3 recovery Money properly most at gambling refers Only to a g in Quot. Such a i horse race does not come within the cards disc and Liat Money lost u statute. Charles Jordan coloured was locked in wednesday charged with burglary find larceny. Detectives Splan an Ltd Haley say h Eis a Quot Good the site civic Chargo is stealing liar Ness from jct Hanson but the detectives say he has stolen All Over the City and Sells a Little at a time dividing Tho various sets to keep the officers his scent. He is als it i charged with burglar izing the Home s. H. Ciui Reh. 150 n. Del Ware St. Tuesday. And taking a Gold watch and Somi read the suns liners they pay redemption stamped checks for the convenience our customers we will Purchase from Vliem u presentation. Printed Revenue Stamps upon checks bought from this Bank. American National Bank 22 and 24 East Washington Street. I

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