El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 2 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY AUGUST 4. 1913.
WAS QUIET DIT
JVARU A A .. nvn or
rntTtiwr from this side
TRAINS READY TO BO TODAY
Fcilcral nnwiwuulor Sara Don't Fear
Attack mi RktMr t or fon-..-
from Villa Mm.
Quiet and tranqullltr reigned
Juarex yesterday end lest night. No
war sraree were thrown Into the gr-
rlin n .r Into the large crowd that
traveled ovr the river during the day
and nlghl. It la estimated that mora
Aninrli.mil visited Juarea yesterday
than have done ao on any oth.r Sun-
day lnce trouble flrat threatened.
even troop tralna atood along the
National railway tracka and aoldlera
o.rui.Ud them Many freight rara
wen- loaded Snttirday. and a trong
guard waa maintained over them dur-
ing the day and night. It la espected
tha traJna will be dispatched aouth to.
Oeneral Francisco Castro com-
mander of tha federal garrleon In
Juarea. aad Colonel Juan N. Vastiiiet
spent the afternoon Malting with the
Officers of tha troop that came from
Juat.c Thuredny night. During the
evening the two officers accompanied
by their ataffa visited the cafea and
apparently enjoyad to the full tha
music played In them.
Oeneral Caatro atated that ha waa
In no fear of aa attack on the town by
either Oeneral Villa or Colonel 'r-
taga. and that he thought the tralna
would hare no difficulty In going to
Chihuahua. Federal telegraph llnea
are open to Chihuahua.
The chief of police and his assist-
ant Inn night rounded up ten drug
uaera and lodged them In the city Jail.
The chief has been making a strong
campaign on the "dope flenda" in
Juarea. nnJ aaya he will continue to
keep the city free from opium amok-
era and vagranta.
IS COL. OKTrVSA MOVTXfl?
Report from r'ahcui. Said Ho Had
Broken (iuadalnpr Camp.
An unconfirmed report reached El
Paso last night from Fabens to the
affect that Colonel Torlblo Ortega and
hla entire command of 1.200 Conatl-
tutionallata left Quadalup laat night
between i and o'clock and were
The general auppoaltlon ra that Or-
tega aad hla aoldlera are going aouth
to Intercept the seven Federal mili-
tary and supply tralna that are ex-
pected to leave Juarea today or to-
When the aeven tralna loaded with
auppllea for Chihuahua left Juarea
laat week It waa reported In rebal
rlrclea r.ere that Ortega waa going
to cut the road behind the tralna and
another command of rebela under
Roaalio Hernandei aad other Const i-
tattoaalists. were to cut the road
ahead of them A part of thla plaa
waa aald to have been carried out
bag the Federate were able to gat
away and proceed to Chihuahua with
all but aee freight train. That one
remain-.: at Arados a day or two un-
til an engine from Chihuahua hauled
it to the capltoL
A Few Minor Mirrrmvtita.
Reporte to tha headuuitrtera of the
Second Rivalry brigade at Fort nilaa
yeaterday from border patrol men-
tioned a few minor movement a of
Constitutionalist aoldlera at varloua
point nn from Columhua. N. M .
and Fabena. Tea. There waa no newa
of the general advance on Juarea
from either direction.
MF.XK AN NKWS.NOTFJL
A cMr decoration for newspaper
men will be created In Mexico when
peace la reetored. according to plana
Of Dr. Aurcllano Urrutla mlnlater of
gobernaclon. Pr. Urrutla bellevea
that newapaper men. who have con.
trlbuted to re-eatabltah peace and
have distinguished themselves by aome
merttorioua act ahiuld be rewarded by
tha government. Killtor and report-
era of newspapers throughout the re-
publlo will receive thla decoration.
I.i. . Joee Lope Portlllo y it.jas.
governor of JaUeco It la reported will
fba appointed mlnlater of puhllo In-
atructlon In the cabinet of Ircaldent
Huerta. Lie.' Manuel Oaraa Aldape the
preaent mlnlater being tranaferred to
the uilnlatry of fomento which hai
been vacant alnce the resignation of
Ing. Alberto Itoblea Oil.
The regulation! for the compulsory
military aervlcea or the male Inhabit-
ante betwoen the ague of eighteen and
forty-five year have been publtahed
by the Huerta government and will
go Into effect at once. The baa la on
Hand Ironing is a
r our laundry and when
the matt-rial In i specially
Tine we hand wash the gar-
inentii also. Ladies' lint-
white waists anil skirts.
rften elalxiratrly tucked
and trimmed with delicate
lace should be sent here
where they will receive
All work called (or and
AMItlll ! HHI I ItiHlK
411-414 S. Caraattaa hi
hl h the eontlngenta from the atataa
aad terrltorlea will be formed la in the
proportion of five man 10 wren I.
of the population tha population to
be calculated according to the number
of repreaentatlvea to tha rung real of
the Union In each antlty.
The department of commualcatlona
haa been Inforn.ed that tha railway
Una between Teplo and Callacan M-
naloa haa boa deetroyed and eight
brldgea burned. Thla la the work of
rebela who lately have been reported
In the district of Maaetlan. Thla Una
will take aome time to repair on ac-
count of the nature of the country aad
the proxlmltr of rebel banda.
The authorities at Veracrua are eoS-
elderlng a project to construct a new
aqueduct to bring drinking water to
the city at an eatlmated coat of clone
on 14.000.000. The port city alwaya
auffera from a acarclty of water dur-
ing tl period of the year and at
pre nt the aupply la cut off from all
dwelling noaaei during tha night.
The commlaalon nppolnted to take
charge of tha Meslcan exhibit at the
Panama-Pacific rxpoeltlon In Itlt
will laaue a nianlfeato ahortly request.
Ing the aid and co-operation of tha
public In making the intended exhibit
More than 1000 working man of
Mexico City made a pilgrimage to the
ahrlne of the Virgin of Ouadalupe the
other day to pray for tha speedy re.
eataiillahmeat of peace throughout
"I will not return to Mexico City
until I bring with me the head of the
handlt Francisco Villa." Such waa
the text of a telegram aent by Oeneral
Paacual orosco to the department ot
gobernaclon a few day ago.
Oeneral Orosco la a peraonal enemy
of Francisco Villa. When orosco re-
volted against the Madero government
Villa waa aent to fight him. Ha sev-
eral tlmea offered to kill Orosco.
More th in 800 clerka have been dis-
charged by Spanish grocers and sa-
loonkeepera In Mexico City on account
of the Sunday closing Isw that ro-
rently went Into effect there.
The Bank of London and Mexico In
Mexico City moved five mllllron pesos
In gold coin one morning laat week
from Ita old quartera In de la Palma
street to the new building which that
Inetltutlon soon will occupy on th
corner of If de Septlembre and Boll-
vur. The bank still haa to move to
Its new quarters another five million
dollars In gold coin aa well as fifteen
mllltona silver and all Its reserve of
A naval achool will be eatabllshed
by the government at Macallan Slna.
Ins according to plana of Captain
Oihon P. Blanco chief of the marine
aectlon of the war and marine de-
partment. Thla achool probably will
be Inaugurated next September.
' mi ll TO WASHINGTON.
Aaakaasadsr Wllae Wanted la Stale De.
Department I ..ate re ore.
By The i . . . I i '...
New Tork. Aug. 1 Henry Lane Wll-
aon ambaasadnr to Mexico who haa
been visiting here etnee Thureday of
last weak left for Waahlngton lata to.
night In response to a telegram direct-
ing him to be present there tomorrow
for a conference at the Stats Depart-
ment. Ambassador Wilson declined te dle-
cuss the probable reasons for his hur-
ried rail to Waahlngton '
LITTI.fS LOST t.lBL a Est (PB.
Weileaa n tesaeeatli
KUnap Her V kea HretaaSers
Rut for the timely arrival of Rsfael
Maya laat night at 10-M o'clock. Bolt-
dad afsrques sgrd seven of 010 South
Kansaa atreet. would probahly have
been kidnap- I She became laat aj the
transfer station and after wandering
around San Jarinto square asked a
Mexican to take her home.
Instead of taking the girl to her
parenta on Kansaa street he took her
out In Val Verde addition near Waah-
lngton park Seeing where she waa be-
ing taken the little girl beoame alarm-
ed and began to cry.
Maya walked up and aaked her what
waa the matter. She told him nf her
plight and he Immediately telephoned
to the pullcs department. The Meal
can who took Holadad out there ran
away and hla name waa not learned
At 11 o'clock the girl was returned to
STHJCKT CARNIVAL TRAGEDY.
tlarc.e .i.e.... charged With Cat-
Mag vi . a . Threat.
gy Ts t .....(. r. . Press
Lincoln. Nth.. Aug. I.--Claranae
Clawsnn waa arrested In I in- ..In today
narxej with tha murder of Rosa Mc-
Klnsy. whose throat waa cut with a
rasor at the Wllber Street Carnival last
night. Jail Muard Uross found Claw-
son In his room a few moments after
he had arrived from Wllbert- The
prisoner who Is 10 yeara eld waa mail-
ed to Wllber tu appear at tha Inquest.
II told hlw hla wife had sesn McKln-
sy strlks May Craft a Lincoln woman
while a dance waa In progress. Ills
.wife had rushed to tha 'raft glrl'a aa-alstani-a
and MrKlnsy had lungad at
Mrs Clawson. Claw son Interfered a
fight ansusd and Clawsoa cut M. km
sy's throat severing the Juglar vain.
CH AKl.Ttl.aJ Mt'KJlKK ASK.
Sy rae t i u. . rVses
New York. Aug. i. Porter Charl-
ton charged with ihe murder of his
wife In June. 101. at Lake Como
letaly will be taken from the Hudson
county (N. J.) jail on Auguat 11 to
atand trial in Italy The Italian da.
tectlvaa are expected to reach New
York nt... .it August I. The prisoner's
father. Paul Charlton former United
Statsa Judge In Porto Rico probably
a III sail on the asms steamer with hla
111 M H HH.I l l tflllt Altl A
NOT i -1 it M tit i i TO F.NTXR
TURNED BUCK H DOUGHS
( nnatltutlonallau WIN Not ba 14
milled to Nell Muff Taken from
Douglas. Aria. Aug. 1. It now ap-
pears that the rattle rnneflcated from
ihe large rasures of the millionaire
rattle king Lute Terraaaa nf Son or
by the Constitutionalists will not be
marketed In tha UnPed States with-
out ranatng aome one a great deal of
This became evident today when
Juan Francisco Mollnar holding pow-
er of attorney from Oen. Lula Tor-
rasas arrived In Douglas his mlsslm
being to have all tha porta of entry
on the border closely watched for the
arrival of those codhflcated cattle
and the property salted as soon as
It enters tha United states under tha
law governing such casea. and return-
ed to Its rightful owner.
It la known that thousands of head
of cattle have bean aelaed from the
Terraaaa ranches by order of the Ho-
nors state government and that It la
tha Intention of the state to export
these cattle and market them In thla
ountry. turning the money thus re-
ceived Into the state treasury Attor-
ney Mollnar will remain here and It
Is understood he hss agents watching
other porta of entry and In every In-
stance of cattle bearing the Terraaaa
brand being Imported they will be
aelaed the moment auch entry la
Chum Stockmen Cut Femora and 1
Cattle on Farms.
Douglas Ariz.. Aug. 1. Sulphur
Rprlng valley ranchers are not alto-
gether at peace with tha cattlemen.
The latter or rather their employee
have lately been cutting fencea so-
cording to reports made by ranchers
In the city yeaterday. and the per-
formance Is much objected to. The
ranchers have spent all thu money
they can well afford for fences and
it goes against the grain to have them
Recent scarcity of food on the
range has had mostly to do with the
cutting of fenceg. Cattle have thus
been able to get In where they could
find more to eat. The ranchera for
the most part do not wish to see the
cattle starve and are willing to help
out by leaving gatea down to some
extent but they won't stand for fenco
Steps were taken yesterday to the
end of forming an organisation which
shall have aa ita purpose the detec-
tion and prosecution of fence deatroy-
ers. An attorney Is to be employed
and ' vigorous means of legal protec-
tion of their property Is Intended.
O. H. Christy Herd at Phoenix Again
Phoenix Arlx. Aug. I. The last of
the famous O. H. Christy cattle have
changed hands again the past week.
For the past six years thess fine Here-
fords and Durhams have been in the
possession of J. T. Deardslsy whoee
ranch Is located about alx miles west
of Phoenix. Oeorge Day the well
known cattlemen of Buckeye and
Phoenix bought the whits faces num-
bering 121 head. Including SI fine
young bulla and headed by the prise
winning registered animal. "Tony."
The Durhama over ISO head and
Including 40 regiatered cows were
purchased by Lnuiits Lussan auper-
Intendent of the Bartlett -Heard Land
and Cuttle Co. for the company. Day
will put hla vattle on his Buckeye
alfalfa ranch at onoe. Mr. Day re-
ports that the recent rains In the
Prescott country have been splendid
for the summer and fall feed and that
the 1(00 cattle on tha Young and Day
ranch on Mlngas mountain six miles
from Jerome are In splendid ahape.
Illtl l 11 Ml MINI'S
Sy rae t mo. laird JVess
lllngham. I'tah August 1 Firs
eaueed by lightning resulted In tha
destruction thla afternoon of the
transformer aad compressor plant of
the Utah Copper Company here. Tha
plant waa practically new. Loan la
at misted at 1100.000 No Injuries
l imit ..I I -.1 l-ttl M IS ILL.
Sg Yae assuetatee r-r.u
Uabon. Aug 1 President Manual
de An alga who haa bee a III fur aev
ral days la suffering from atone In
the kidney. It la announced tonight
that hla heart la e.iremely weak and
that his condition Is grav.
At hHtAI.lt IHkJUH KSat IHKst
By f 41
Aug. 3 Sir Wit
aver treasurer of
juweellh and tut
w South Wslea
I yeais old
SA1.K OF BTKKRS.
.tries S4 Around.
AnarlHo. Texas. Aug 1. -Al Pophsn nf
Amsrlllo purchased recently from R. D.
tlansoB of Port Worth Tssae IB 1 and
4-yeer-nld steers si 040 per head f. e. b.
I.uiii k and tbeee steers are now pass-
'.nt through the Aaiartllo atnek ysrds
to Wblts Peer Taxes from which point
they will move out on tha Fnpham ranrn.
Tkeae are aelectsd steers rrum the Has -
i rsucbee altuatsd In the l.ubbock
airy aad cuaatltute oas of the large
recent tradea la tbls lias. Mr. Pophsui
Is ons of the pioneer cattlemen of the
Panhandle and Is slways active In the
handling aad dealing In .aula aad at
pieaent there are ladtcatloaa thai wa
are i n ma sva or quits a revival in em
tio trading generally.
Injury Came in
Sleep to This Man
Pwpn.ll' Ttlsfraph 0 peril or Ms
cmms Plant Juice and
Wra. Clark a popular and well-
known telegrapher living at 140T
Franklin avenue. Houston Tessa
talked as follows:
"My trouble was retarrh and when
I see a catarrhal sufferer I feel like
stopping him In the street and tail-
ing him what Plant Juice did for ma.
From catarrh In the head my ease
advanced to catarrh In the stomach
and bowela. I did not realise that
hawking and spitting when tests
could not continue when I waa asleep
and that when the poisonous matter
would pass Into the stomach. My
bowela and stomach got so bad I
thought that I must have blood poi-
son. I took tha strongest kinds of
miners! medicines end got no better;
In fact I was getting worse. I read
of tha cures Plant Juice was making
and started taking It It was a caae
of Improvement from Ihe start. I
know what you mean by Plant Juice
being tauten up by the circulation. It
haa gone to the diseased parte and by
Ha wonderful power healed them. My
stomach and bowela are aurely In fine
condition how and I am glad to rec-
ommend Plant Juice 1
Plant Juloa has already established
a firm hold In Texas and at restor-
ing and revitalising; thousands of clt-
Isens In all walka of life. Call today
at Kelly 4 Pollard's drug store and
get a bottle.
REVOLT PROVES FIASCO
Chinese Revolution Has Knded In a
Farce Hays Newspaper
By The ssseotsted Press
London Aug. 4. The revolt has
ended In a fiasco says the Times' Pe-
kln correspondent. "If further de-
velopments occur they will result
from the Introduction of new factors
and fresh bases for operations. Dr.
Sun Yat Sen aaya the revolt will be
re -organised from the province of
Kwang-Tung whither the leaders are
reported to have fled but It Is diffi-
cult to believe that the leaders who
made auch a mess of the present af-
fair are capable of organising anoth-
Canton Situation Herli.ua.
By Th AuocUttei Press
Hoag Kong. Aug. B. The situation lu
Csnton remains serious. Tha electric
lights sre cut off at midnight end the
people sre fearful of a mutiny. Trains.
Junks and other vessels leaving the city
sre parked with refugees. A siege of
Canton Is expected with the arrival there
of General Lung Chl-Kuang commander
ot the government forces In ths province
of Kwang-BI who Is moving southward
OB the lit with his army
Soldiers are patrolling the streets of
Canton ss the police there sre unre-
liable. Seventy traitorous soldiers were
shot In that city Friday. A reward of
aao.uou has been offered for ths bead of
(eovernor Chan of Canton.
Warships Bambarded Korts.
Bv Thr AtmotaUd Prttt
Sbsnghsl Aug. Following the bom.
bardment of the Wu-Suog forts early Sat-
urday morning by government warships
rommsnded by Admiral Taeag. the war-
ships returned to the sttaek tar a brief
period Istsr In the dsy with the sp-
psreat object of hastening ths negotia-
tions for the surrender of the rebels
who sre holding tbs forts. The northern
admirals are undertaking a large sweep-
ing saovvment with a view to covering
all the revolutionists In Wu-Hung.
The rebels at Be Chow Fu ate retiring
to their former position on tbs Hwal
river snd lowsrd Pukow.
KW RAILWAY -tut . ii hi IS
nly the) gfyar Trtarha Now renal
ha Inetallevl hy the KI Paso
Pesglss. Arts Aug X.- Except for aw.
terial delayed la transit tn finish laylag
of the new main lias track which Is
being awaited by the wurkssee the saw
K. P. S. W. depot and yards are new
ready for business The depet proper la
ready. Even the furniture has bees la-
stalled aad all remaining te he dene Is
snore the employes and books ef Ike
company Into their new quarters.
As sooa ss the trsrk it Isld the Deeg-
iss T rae Una aad Light company will
atari eperstlag Its rar service over the
new seedbed which Is aspect ed to fs-
dlltste Ihe ran to lbs C. A A smelter.
Instead of tsrnlng as Bltteenth street
s at present tbs ears will tara wast at
Fourteenth street and 0 sveaoa paaalng
the new depot within 100 yards making a
aeeoad tarn a little west of ths depot
than connecting with the present switch
leading straight to the smelter south
of' Plrthmils. This new Una will save
I he car company nearly three quarters of
It was atated yaslerdsy that the new
depot probably wonld be epeaed within
a fortnight. There will be nu formsl
opening ce rem on lea. It was stated.
IO WELL DEPOT COMPLETED.
Contractor Has Completed New El
Paso e SooUiweatern Building.
Blabee Arlx.. Aug. 1. Tha new
Southwestern depot at Lowell will ba
turned over by Contractor Francis
either today or Monday. The station
la completed except for the painting
which la about finished.
The station la one of the most mod-
ern aad fully equipped of small sta-
tions In thla section. It haa a roomy
waiting room with seats running
around three aides of the main office.
The ticket and telegraph offices are
In the center divided from the wait-
ing room by Iron gratings. The build-
ing Is well equipped In every respect.
The Interior Is painted a steel gray
and the outside a bright light color
that gives the whole a vary pleasing
The freight office la located at the
eastern end of the building and la of
sufficient slse to accommodate a large
amount of freight. Thla part of the
building is also completed. The only
work now remaining to be dons la
the ballasting of the apur tracks that
WESTEBM UNION i
TSJSO. . VasV. SSgmSIST
0 i O sa
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
now run at the side of the building.
It was 'announced yeaterday by the
Southwestern that the station will In
all probability be opened on August
10. It will be In charge of a general
agent who has not yet been appoined.
With the opening of the station all
mail and freight except car load lota
of the latter consigned to Lowell will
be unloaded direct at the station. In
the case of carload lots they will for
a time yet be run through to Blabee.
IRISH NATIONALIST FUND.
By The 4 seeds ted Press
Boston. Aug. S. Pledges that the
remainder of the fund of $100000
promised last year toward the sup-
port of the Irish Nationalist party by
the United Irish League of America
would be sent aa soon as possible
were cabled to John Redmond at the
cloae of a meeting of the National
executive committee of the league held
By The associated Press
Outhrle Okls Aug. 1. Stillwater.
Okie. la to have Ita postmaster nom-
inated in a primary election 'n accor-
dance with a plan made by the Payne
county Democratic convention last
summer. Senators Oore and Owen
and Congressman Weaver have for-
mulated rules for the primary elec-
tion which were made public hero
today. only Democrats vote those
eligible Including Democratic farmers
who are patrons of the Stillwater of-
fice. Tha date of the primary will
be announced soon.
RAINS DELAY TRAINS.
By Tht Associated fret
Reno Nev. Aug. S. Heavy rains
four miles east of Sparks washed out
the Bouthern Pacific tracka. Railroad
officials aay westbound trains will be
delayed eight hours.
t LOV IS CATTLE SALE.
Yearling licit ra Change Hand at 0
Clovls. N. M Aug. I. Aleg Ship-
ley president of ths Clovls National
hank closed a deal laat week for the
sale of a large number of cattle at
top-notoh . prices and Is negotiating
with buyers this week for the sale of
more. Among those sold Isst week
were IT head of yearling heifers to
Monroe Ionian at ISO per head; thirty
head of two-year-old helfera to W. N
Ileitis at (IT. $0 per head; and nine-
teen head of two-year-old helfera at
flT.tO: seven two-year-old helfera at
141.10 per head; fifteen head of two.
year-old steers at 140. aad three head
of two-year-old eta erg al $17 80
Hocmmrvvuut aprh-m n y
Free Cigars with rimes "Want Ads"
Kohlberg famous La Internaclonal cigars too. With each cash want ad.
amounting to BOo or more received at tha office of the TIMES or Branch Office No. 1
(lobby Hotel McCoy) you get three La International lOo cigars free.
Tlmea "want ads" get results; they are business pullers. Us the TIMES "want"
columns If you have something for aale. If you have a house to rent or If you want
to buy property of any kind and don't forget to ask for the free cigars
Join. D. I. ii Centenarian He Still
Feels Mho a Roy.
My Ths a taenia led Press
Cleveland . Aug. I. John D.
Rockefeller Tl yeaj-e old and Rhenea-
er Hoherta. 10$ years old shook handa
at the Euclid Avenue Baptist church
thla morning and congratulated esech
other un their matual good health.
"I was ones a boy but I am aa old
man. now." aald Mr. Roberta
Mr Itocksfeller laughed aad aaid:
"I waa oo a boy too and I am
till a boy "
Mr Robert Is a member of the
Euclid Avenue Haptlet church. but
had net seen Mr. Rockefeller before
FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT
New York Society People Meet Death
When Machine Is Struck by
l liMri- Train.
By The Aato-lafed Press
Long Beach. N. T. Aug. I.
B. Good Pelt millionaire real eatate
broker of New York City with hla
chauffeur who name could not b4
learned were killed at Long Beach
Crossing tonight when their automo-
bile wa struck by an electric train.
William I .tin i and hla wife or
Hempstead who were riding In the
Pell machine were badly Injured.
Lalmbeer It was aald will not re-
cover. The electrlo train struck th auto-
mobile with terrific force lifting the
car Into the air and bearing It along
In front of It for fifty feet or more
before the train oould be Mopped.
From the wrecked automobile the
bodies of Pell and hie chauffeur were
taken. Mr. Pell' body waa terribly
crushed. Mr. Lalmbeer and Mrs.
Lalmbeer who. before her flrat mar-
riage waa N. nnlie Schenrk one of
the most popular girls In New York
and Newport aoclcty. were hurled
many feet In the air and landed head.
long In the roadway beeld th cross-
ing. The conditio at both Mr. and
Mrs Lalmbeer tonight was so grav
thai friends were sent to bring their
children to Long Beach hotel where
they are being cared for.
Pell waa a member of an old New
York family. He was a daring hunt-
er and autolst and only recently be-
came an aeroplanlat. He waa well
known In New York aad Newoprt so-
ciety and aa a member of many eluba.
Lalmbeer la a Stock broker and
prominent eortally His first wife
was Clara Hloodgood. the act ma.
She committed suicide la 100T. Th
preaent Mrs Lalmbr formerly waa
married to Charles Olenn Collins a
captain in the British array from
whom she obtained a divorce Th
party waa returning from a dinner
party at the Nassau Hotel here by
Wax K Van. i. ii lit. Jr. when th ac-
Ml M K-
Oieagow. Aug 1 Th Mart V al
ley Pit of the i ladder cillery. II mile
from hese. caught ftp today and 1$
inlaais are ho.!! entombed is It
J ACKIE. TO V KM kJll aCLA-
By rae aseecteie Pre
Norfolk. Va Alt. I. Mors than a
hundred bluejacket from th St
Helena naval naming atsllon left
here today for Brunswick lie. to
board th cruiser Da Moines which
then will anil tag ! waters la
pretest Amesiaan Interests la th
threatened Casue rsvehMlo thar.
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A HANDSOME NEW
And arrange for the balance to be paid in small monthly
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VICTROLAS RANGE IN PRICE FROM (15.00 TO $250.00
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