The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 156, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1905 Page: 7 of 12
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nour?To:f mipv i urn rTOflAY horning.1 auopct ib
'. n j. HI'
OFFER TO THE
x OP BOTH k u v
OVER OLD FEUD
Perry Landrom Shot by BUjrer
Bargraves at Faaaettc
'IWO TRAINS IN COLLISION
i Bnfineer Dan Collin Had HU
lt Broken; Fireman Steph-
cnaon Wai Scalded.
CHouetoa Post Special.)
t. Texas. August 11 Sheriff
'latadrjp came to ths city tonight having
Wnoojr Mayer Hargravea a younr
a who la charted with aaaault with lil-
t to murder Parry Landrum at Fau-
- Hargrove clalma that he mat Landman
' j the road and that Landrum reached
-J for his gun but Hargravea beat him" to
tt and aliot him
. Ludrum waa brought here and taken
i sw awe austere Hospital wnere Be will
" likely recover. He nlalma that he waa
iBnoi from behind and did not know at
' i time who shot him. There haa been
I i 'aa old feud between the men.
Bargraves waa locked In the county Jail.
'Badtus further loveatlgalloa Into the
3"HE DAY IN THE COURTS.
- Two Parties Made Bonds Civil
fHoustea Poet Soeclal )
Beaumont. Texaa. Aucuat 17 The courta
' et anther quiet today none of tbe trtb-
"mala being In aeaaion.
. at Cheek brouaht ault for debt In the
-.: eaafrlct court aa-alnat the Chicago-Beau-.iJj'fcBsnat
Oil eompaay. toxethsr with appllca-
tana Sar foreclosure of nlalntiira Ilea na
. aartatn collateral prooerty.
u X Jioore Ik Inner CHI comoany brought ault
.'.IS the dlatliet court aralost Annie Tranch
aa al. In treeoess to trr tltu to property
l N located on Spindle Too Helxbta. The for-
fial alleantlona In treaoaka to try t!Mi
cteaa are contained In the DlalatllTe petl-:-!
tfiotor OH oomaanv alao broarht ault
Sa the dlatrlct oourt aainat Aunle Trench
' V at al. In treaoaaa to tnr title to property
at Bpudle Too Helahta.
.10 tnia afternoon the crty attorney.
behalf of tbe eltv of Beaumont hied
aameroua aulta In the dlatrlct court
aaalnat property owners to enforce ool-
. x - - Af itllnnnnt tmwmm
' Suit for divorce wan Instituted
AlweBetrtct oourt by K
Mnnlun aatlnat Mre.
' SaA mm j t al.uApal Amvm mm 1
mm a charm of isatult with Intent U)
I' ordaW Tnuk Fiitae. m releiijd
f maitlTH htm bond in tb sum of COO to
aftftavtt the action of th rrmnd Jury.
.1 altn Rin4v tbe white mu arresiex -
y ml dar t Hurke. Texas on a com-
(taint charfrlDjr him with Mistng couatw-
f fell aTnooey . rnnd his boud In tlie sum (
T ; iHt befor V n 1 ted 8u ten C mmlisl jn-r
'" H. H. Haley and wee r?.ea4d from cua-
The commissioners court of Jefferson
uaty adooted the rennrt of City Treae-
wrar Aaa Boruaar-e of the condition of th
aehoel fund for tlie cltv mid theu sd
janrned for the term
'SCHOOL PROSPECT GOOD.
Some Uncertainty Though as to
Date of Opening.
nl (Houatnn Pot Special
wl Beaumont. Tease Auuat 17 President
'fL 0B. UtlUrd .f the city achool board
that the outlook for a euccestrful
.lAAami of the city er hoots Is hrtuht. nt-
'Wlthstandtna: (he quarantine altuatlon
' -j ' Toe North End and South End ar'iool
te. iidlng a are being handsomely pnlnted
pVlthia and wl;hut anil errange.-nema
lei il been male to hare each of th
bQlMlnas thoroughly scoured and disln
eeted oefore the neit term of acn m
r There Is some uncertainty as to the
i date of openln the ichol Some time
. agtt the school board deetajnated Mond
?: BrVflMDDtr . IIIV Utaii' ivi imniia t .1 :
."V.1 ecfeeola but at a subsequent meeting oi
t ihe board It was decided tn view of the
1 linear fasvaer anil flii iranlln alt iilttvin tn
furUier consider the matter and the
vf achool board wlU accordtagiy meet tn spe-
aeal aeaaion on the 19th Instant for the
jA- pntyatm of deciding If the schools will
v - even on S'Ptem'er 4. or if the dte of
- opecttms; shall be deferred.
Personally Mr. Millard favors opening
fnt achools without delay but he Is con-
t'jf teot to abide by the wisdom f the school
aboard In the matter and has also asked
tbeadrtce of the city and the eouaty
f laaaitb offlcera.
" SURVEY OF RIVER FRONT.
Hat Been Questioned and'
t Contention Is Contested.
aSamumoot Texaa. August 17 Fix Land
Caaaailssloner Roaan arti-ed tn the city
' tattay and at once took ud the work of
WJafTMClaa; the prelim laarlee Yor a survey
Usa Beanraoat river front oroperty title
i j tt Vblch has been Questioned by tbe ap-
V ' pHeajtlon or W l H Mcraddln for a
"i patent from the State to the aaid prop-
.. Mr. Rosmn Questions the correctness of
la trurvey nude be Mr ale Fad 4 in and
? aaoa which his cUla was filed and will
' makS CAe for aim self air Roasn la l-
u1 llavad to be actluaj chiefly In tu. Iniem;
' tf tin Klrby Lumber comoany which la
'cpOinc; and resist tas tbe McKaddtn pat- '
- x9t avt Austin. The real sititatlou w.il not
- be eatabiiabad Uuttl the sunrvy Is oom-
Sitftoeer and Firemen Injured in
kV t ' ( Houston ret SpeclaL)
iNVMmi Texaa. August 17 A swltch-
fctf tnin of about elfhteu enrs becked
tat the euglne of tbe Oulf and Intervtate
naamr train as It waa eomins into th?
. city tMltM t 9 o clock at the loter-
actioa pf the Gulf sad Interstate and
t-taUwra Pacific traciav a&4 ICaalneer
1 Eu Oolltns of tbe Uuif and Intaratata
VESTEI1H ELECTRIC GEILItlG FANS
H9 kiat;f nmUWtUmmmi-
ouaMHsJasaaV Uaiteat asiaMlllW H UaeiMiJ WHt
TRADE A WELL AS
fAT VtiftY. dTJftlfi '
engine waa kaooksd from hat aaa and his
leer broken above the enlcU arhUW
aa H. H. tHapbensea vat
. . "... &L7'Z-
it ni ciaimeo tnxt m nana'
caused by th Southern Pacific swltchtp
row falun obey the algnaj
' The Ouir and Interstate agin '.w
tmdlji ravaged op ana will haW to 90 to
the repair ahop. Thar was tw otber
daiMSe oe eaaueltlea leajn "'ra
waa ramoved to the boapltal. Ha haa 4
(amity aaia ana iiiOia emptor ox ne
- j ... .. j
MAIL TRAINTAKEN OFF.
Expense of Running Too Heavy
(Houston Poat Special.)
Beaumont. Texas Aucuat IT. Effects
from today on the Km nana City Southern
Railroad oomfany ha discontinued Its
through mall train tram Barer eport to
Port Arthur sad the mall la to be car-
ried ever the mad In local train. The
mall tram tslten off on this and ran front
De Qulney to Port Arthur and waa known
on the rime card aa Na 1 and Na 4
There are no ensnares In the euburhan
trains between Beaumont and Port Ar-
thur. The mall train was taken off be-
cause of the expense attached to running
It and the quarantine restrictions. 83 far
no arrangements have been mads for
taking esrs of express matter between
Beaumont and De Qulney. but It Is likely
the express car will be attached to the
GLOVER'S PLAN TAKEN. -
Will Advertise for Bids for New
(Houston Post aneoesl.)
Beaumont. Texaa. August 17. Architect
Y a Olover returned to hla home In
Houston after being here for several
days in the Interest of hla plans for the
new church building of the First Meth-
odist church. Mr. Olover Informed the
writer thst his plans had been accepted
with certain modifications desired by the
trustees of the church end that be would
at once proceed at Houston to advsrtlse
for bids for the construction of the
Mr. Glover says that the plans contem-
plate In a general way one of the neat-
est and handsomest houses of worship
In Tsxns. Tbe near church will be lo-
cated r.ar the ;ntersert!on of Pearl unj
Broadway streets and will cost approxi-
DR. ELLISON RETURNED.
Colmesneil Official Conferred
with San Antonio Council
(Houston Post Bpedal.)
Beaumont. Texaa. August II. Dr. J. I.
Ellison of Colmesneil. Kpressntatlve In
the Texaa legislature passed through the
city todsy en route te his home from San
Antonio. While In the Alamo City Dr:
Ellison addressed the city council upon
their Invltslktn with reference to the
Quarantine situation in Bouth Texas. Dr.
KlUson told the council that as far as he
could learn the quarantine ettuatton waa
most satisfactory In this section and
that thtre waa uo cause nor occasion for
Wht!e In thla city Ir. Ellison conferred
j wlln ( gtste health officers la regard
the ait aa Hon and left tonlrhl for hia
TO START UP BIG MILL.
Preparations Making for the Care
of the Rice Crop.
(Houston Post Special.)
Beaumont; Texas Auamst 17 Arrange-
ments are making for starting up the bis
McFaddln-Wteea-Kyle rice mill on or
I about September IS. anS tire work of
placing the machinery: In ahape for opera-
tion Is now being carried on The mill Is
carrying ovrr conalderable stock of last
yeir'e rice and the mnnagf-mrnt expects
that the first of the new crop of rough
j wjU befjln
i firt week of
to come in about the
September as harveetln;
will be general In Jefferson county In
about two weks. and a small portion of
the new crop Ins alreiJy been harvested
In tjie vicinity of Port Arthur.
Mr. ICirby to Chester.
(.Houston Poet Special.)
Beaumont. Texas August 17 Hon.
John H. Klrby tt Houston arrived In the
cliy las: evening and -left this morning
for Chester where he will join la the
celebration of the marriage anniversary
rt his r-atrents and s.end several days
with relatives tnd friends.
(Houston Post 8 Dec 1st.
Beaumont. Texaa. Aua-nst 17 County
School Superintendent M Ls. Moody left
thli evenlnx for bq extended visit to his
son and other relstlrea In Ftlo oounly.
Messrs. T. L. Coolen. Pnrnk Weber aol
Oeorge Keanedv returned today frm
Cloudcrofu N. H.. where they went -a
the excursjloa and soent soma time very
Mr. Feltx Bet hie v sad Mrs. Lacy
Child were united In matrimoay at ta.
court house the eremouv being per-
formed by Judae Wheat. Ths eoDtractlur
part lee will make their hrmte in this city.
Judge A. R. Msstanvon of Houston re-
turned te hid home thla evening; from
Hemphill. Sabtne county where h haa
tevn Httendlng the sessions of the district
Secretary Bps uldtsbg of the Chamber of
Commerce was called to Houston where
he spent the day on private bustnoea ra-
turninj to the city this evening.
Among the visitors noted in the city
tcday were Ti K. Stone of Jasper C. H.
C'ummtigs of abouston L. D. Smith oX
Oalvtetoa and Major K. M. Bacoa oi
Fanners Meeting for El Caropo.
(Houston Post flperiaj )
El Caa Texaa Auffust HA maeUns;
of th farm era (rleej af El Campo srlil
be SeM this patat oti'ftUarday. Aua-at
It. at 7:30 o clack p- m. This meet nf
Is called under the aueptoes of the na-
tional department of agr1cultire under
(ha charge of Dr. 8. A. Knapp of Hous
ton. The meeting will be addra-wd by
Captain J. P. Siattsry a praetlcal rtoe
planar of maov rear' axperteooa. ft.
Louisiana and Saat TVaat much interest
has been taaa la theae Atetlntrs ani
the peopl of Kl Campe will vary likely
lianas jasjwa-1 iisreMisaja
i iii '
U&nii CoounUtioQ jCon.-mtJ
-ft fw 1 '..' .
I FRODUCERS WERE BEARD
Told of Experience with Private
' Caf Llrurs Resumption of
OUtattao poat Speolal.)
aaVssrtta Teaaa. Augnist 17. Whoa Mm
i tfoasMiaSaajon cogvne4 thla aaoralaa; the
'gubjeat eooaiderad wu etmearansj tba
intaxaWearvM. rales ad ragulatloBa to-
gvrom te tba matter of Airalshln 'fw-
fievator can and letna and raiVigjav
atlngj the aama When demanded and sjaad
to tho ablpnent of ail periiahable mom-
kodHlea la oarioad lotauoh aa fraab or
green' fruits melons. vegublee. freah
maau and all comxnodltlea of every kind
or character requiring' refrtfenitlon to
yieaarre ammo while being: trenaported.
Tbo ooMirusealon considered the adop-
tlon of all necesaary rule and reejnMv-
tkns to the and that all refrigerator cars
Ad equipment shall be. when demanded
by shippers supplied by tba rail road on
which la located the potnt of origin of
the shipment aa la customary tn other
shipments and that all refrigeration of
cara shall be performed by such railroad
and that charges therefor. In addition to
frelaiit charges shall be collected by such
railroad and the following scale of
Cbargoe la eunaatad a reasonable and
a basis for oooal deration :
Bates In dollars per oar:
For distances UK) miles and lea nt tt
For distances WO miles and over 100. . M tt
For dlstaSAoea WO miles and oveg 100.. M tt
For all d.BU.aces over KQ miles JS tt
J. P. Light foot special office aestst-
aat attorney general wboee duty It to to
Investigate tne operations of aliased
trusts and monopolies tp Tsxas. waa pres-
ent aa the representative of the attorney
Judge Frank B. Ouinn of Rosk. repro-
eentinar the fruit and truck growera
stated to tbe com mission that he had cer-
tain testimony and data to offer bearing
on the subject under eonsiderattoil.
Judge M. A. Spoonts of Fort Worth
general attorney of the Fwrt Worth and
Denver. ald that there Waa a vast dif-
ference between the Icing of cars of pock-
ing house products and beer and of mel-
ons fruit. He asked If tbe bearing waa
Intended to cotor only perishable com-
modities. ORDER CARRIBD ALL CLASHES.
Chairman Storey of tho commission said
the order of the beartng- carried all
classes of shipment.
Juda-e Spoonts fcUd hh? contention
would be that the c bargee are reasonable.
as they were shown.
i W. T. Henry of Dallas attorney for
the American Rapid Transit company
maintained that tbe refrigerator charges
as now maintained are correct and were
the sctual cost of tho service.
A morose Johnaon. a fruit shipper of
Jacksonville was the first witness He
said that he grows and ahlpe peaches.
onions and torn i toes. He used ninety
American Rapid Transit cars aaa sev-
eral express cars out of Jacksonville
this vaar. Thy were oonaicned from
Salt Lake City on the west to Haw York
on the east. He pat Mv to tbO orates to
a car. The weight of a fovr-baaket crate
Is about twenty-four pounds. The mini-
mum Load Is O.OOe to M.0W to tho oar. Tbo
charge etid W cmttimmtAW oooiaaies ia
wu to at. adonis ana ivansas uy sr u
Plttaburg and 0& to CbktaeTO. It takes
about We poonda of toe at the Initial potnt
for one of t neee car It fill the ice bump-
ers. Ice costs $4 to M.M per ton at Jack
sonville. The Initial coat of Icing would
be about 118.60 for Ice; the loading and
bracing would cost about tt la addition
to the Ice. Cars are supposed to be re-
Iced every twenty-four hours after pass-
lug 1 exarkana. witness oouia not say
whether the re-lrJng was always done.
The r -icing would not take aa much aa
the Initial icing. It takes about thirty-
six hours te move a car to St. Louia.
lie said he had shipped one car under
refrigeration to Houston thla year. He
iced two cars for M- The oar waa
shipped July 22 trnd was sold Is Hous-
ton on July 20. The shipment was made
at Reese snd the bunkers were filled with
Ice at Jacksonville fund the total cost of
the Ice waa only tl for the one car. The
car waa four days In transit. The fruit
was In giod condition when sold. Deliv-
eries are frequently made In Chic on
the third morning. There was plenty of
Ire In the bumpers when the car arrived
at Houston. About seven and one-half
tons of Ice were used for the car. The Ice
was bought from Armour at Co. The
American Rapid Transit company gets
Its ice at Jacksonville snd It shins
It In there. The Ice factory at Jackson-
ville Charges 4.&0 per ton for Ice. Witness
thought that If snippers were permit ted to
buy their ire end Ice their own cars It
might result In cheaper Ice.
HOW ONE SH1PPRR GOT CARS.
Judge Ouinn. who conducted the exam-
luatlon of witness asked if he had mads
any other shipments to Texas points.
Mr Johnson replied In the DCgatlve.
"Could you get an Armour car for ship-
ment out of Jacksonville on the Interna-
tional and Great Northern or an Ameri-
can Rapid Transit - car to be routed
over the Texas and New OrleavnaT' asked
"I de not know. '
CurMtnutug. Mr. Johnsoa said that la
asking for a car he simply told the agent
he wuuted a re f riser tor car. In response
to quest ious by Commissioners Mayfielo
wltnets said that had he oeea compelled
to pay the usual price for ice the cost
would have been heavier.
Attoi nay Light foot asked witness tf
the Armour and American Rapid Transit
had aaenta St Jacksonville. He replied In I
iiirmaiivs. witness never aot stt
Armour car on the Internstlonal and
threat Northern or Cotton Belt or an
American Rapid Trsuait on the Texss
snd New urlesaa. He had never made
application for cars snd fslled to get
inm. ne nsa never demanded from
oue rosd a refrtcerator uar that la oper-
ated by the other Hoe.
In response to the request of C. K. Dun-
Up general freight agent of tbe fltinsst-
Centml llnea Mr. Johnson showed the
express bill covering the Houston oar.
Commissioner Coiqtiltl called attention
to a ehlpmeut of peaches from Jackson-
ville to Buffalo on which the receipts
were ISO and the freight and Icing
Mr. Jonnson said that taking the sea-
son ss a whole be hsd lost money. Meny
Itibtasces oi slirpsnenie upon wnleb he
hsd lost no money srere pointed out. He
uad shipped for himself and other par-
ties aixMil 10J cue aad he hsd paid eu aa
averuxt YL2 to. Coai of transportation
and refrigeration. A total oi shout sal
or 10 eare of fruit and vegetables had
been snipped from Jacksonville during
the past twelve months. He done much
better wltfl tomato than with peaches.
Peaches were sold at a loss this year be-
cause of competition. A reduction In
the refrtgeraUag charges would afford
some relief. The consumption vrould be
Increased If the stuff could be aold
WITNESS WAS CROfleVSXAMINsTD.
Judge Spoonts crosa-examlaed Mr.
Johnson and developed tbe fact tbat the
latter la alao a broker receiving I per
cent ef the gross receipts Oa all ship-
ments which be consigns for ether par-
tics. Tba broker at the other end re-
ceives t per cast of the arose receipts
of each oar. '
"Hare you made any effort) sxsspt ta
tea aaa of the Houstoa shipment te gat
ears and aa your swa lciagT asked
Judge Spoor. ts.
"No." waa the reply.
Judge Spoonts showed that In th ahla-
etss of canukHlDoS frbra Varaon from
sae a Ujum Bounds at . lea are used ta
wav he aa van skt shlsnsd mii.ii wM
Tax nolnur Judg slpoonta aakssV
m jnacvai .iMa. last I hava
"V fWDTttty 'TRUCK III TSXiS Post's Trads Edition will show thd aar-
villous growth of thess industries. .
... The fruit and truck Industries of East Texas and the ooast ooiin-
- i ' ' '
try wiU bs- Uo roughly sxploited in the Trade Edition of The Post to
appear Sept enber 1 1905a
Tba wonderful achievements in raising and marketing these prod-
uota have never Jeen before the world so comprehensively as they
will be in this edition.
This feature alone of The Post's Annual Trade Number will be
worth thousands of dollars as an advertisement of th& productive soil
of Texas '
Hundreds of Orders are already on file with The Post for extra
copies. Commercial olubs firms and individuals desiring Copies
should place their orders in advance to insure
twaa naabl to (at erssa4 trade In
TvTueas stated (bat aeose ef hla ship-
ments wan ssMra disss trees thaa those
Mefa he kad atresdr sxrtntad eut- Re
vaa asked U abeer toe records or them
and he did e.
It waa browaht out that tbe rainy sea-
son had had eometblnc to do with the
leasee of Crutt aad raawtabla shipments.
Witness 414 not know where Ire oould be
bought In Texaa ter leaa than tt per tow.
Do you think ssr nattorm rats of Ictnc
could be adowted that woukt be lust when
Jhe prloe of lea varies frvm U to tt per
ton at different plaoear' aakad Judaa
r"jnhnann rMTIed that ha thousht aY
uniform and iuat rata oould be preaeoted.
chars. 10 per
thatr freie-ht rata for Idua eX-
presa cars. Ha said mat oae shipment
which be made by exprcas waa hauled la
os a rreiernt train na gars a wscnpuui
of the construe don of refrl aerator cars
and tba method of loadlaeT.
The mala peaeb stllpplnc season from
tba Jacksonville district this rsar did not
cover two wcoka Mr. Johnson staled la
respanaa to a question by Mr. Turner.
Tbirty-atx ears ware the creatcst num-
ber loaded tn one day. Hi aaid that a
araat deal of the tea used at Jackeonvllle
for refrlferatlna purpoaea la shipped
there. When he orders from the Inter-
nationa and Groat Northers or tbe Cot-
ton Belt be ordtnaruy sets an American
Rapid Transit ear. AMI Is to 1S crates
of tomatoes valued as it 40 dowa to
so thins each are raised to the sere.
'Dont yon derive more profit In the
commission buslines thaa as a produoerr1
Attoiwey Henry asked.
"No. sir." .
"How many of your own dhrs did you
"How many ears for others did yow.
Witness aaid that he bad two
the marhta durmaT' tbe season
woraea tnrouari loeai aeaiera.
Mr. Liabtfoot quesUoaed witness m re-
sard to the prices he received for dif-
Adjourned until f a. aa.
When thrcoaamlssloa raeonswnad after
dinner C. Paadkaar a fruit arowei aaa
shipper of Waco waa pis Bad an the etaaaV
Ha aaid that ha ahlatsed atabt oars to
Kansas city thai aaa win. It takes a tittle
over twe days ha gat a ear to Kansas
City. This ahara of H seats par' crate
la for Ictnc all the any. He auhmlUed
sxpenaa follla for seven cars. They were
re lead at Dsn laps aad Paisiss. Tba art-
vste oar Hnes do not rtve a diverted rata
m Idas. - Two years ago witness shipped
two cars to Houstoa. Ha oould not re-
call what he paid on them. It takes
about four to four and one-half ttmS per
car to start with. He did ta Kaow hew
much ice waa used at Denlsoo or I'S"r-
sons. He did aot know what price la tid
by the car lines for Ice a Waco. He la
tue only person wno ever shipped a oar
of fruit out of Waco.
"Would a reduction of the Icliw chsraws
reduce the price of tomaloea and fruit r '
asked Mr. Uchtfoot.
"It mlskt Increaae the eeaaumptlo."
Contluulus- Mr. Faulkner aaitt limit ha
had sever been sbis to see wLy such
heavy charaes should be made tor rafria-
Commlaalenar Colaultt said that he un-
derstood that the Missouri Kaaaaa snd
Texas hss J0 refriaerator cars aad that
It kept them out of service because of Its
contract with the Armour company.
Mr. Fsulkner aaid tbat he used Mlaaourt.
Kansas and Texss refrieesmtar esrs a
number of rears a so to msk. fruit ship-
menta In and that the chsrarea were less
than those aow chanced by Armour.
"Would It afford anv relief ta tne ship-
per If s railroad company waa required
to furnlah Its own cars sad permit the
shipper to Ice tbe care hlmeelf T" ear.
"I think so."
NEVER ICED OWN CARS.
CoaUnulasl. Mr. Faulkner aaid ha oeuld
load ears at the rate af & ner day. He
had never demanded the rtaht to lea his
own cars. Ail of hla shipments this year
hsvc beea made tn Armour can ever the
Missouri. Ksnaas and Texaa. He has
shout as) acres la pssebsa aad suite a
of pears. He baa about tea cars ef pears
to ship yst. Alter paylux expeuaes his
profits una year will be very little he
said. Last Year be made nothing on ac-
count of failure of crop.
"Dos t you ininfc one of your greatest
difficulties Is meeting a crowded mar-
ket 7" Judge Spoonts naked.
'That la oae of tne difUculUee" be re-
piled. What we need Is distributing
tnuns. Glutting a ceatral market la tne
jr. Faulkner aaid that noae of the
California irult waa shipped without
Icing. It Is pulled premature and has a
bad taste. Texaa trull sells aneud ef
California fruit. Ha uaually paya about
IS per ejrnt commission but Uus year
ne para ouy t per cenu
lion t you taluk the 001
. the fellow you ought to gee after m-
tead et th ear
aesr' aeasd .Judge
"I as. T getting; after him just Bka I aaa
retting after tue car Use" air. Faulk-
ner sal ti-
lt waa developed that the achodusss ef
Icing charges fuad with the railroad eom-
mlasleo ho wed that the M las our I. Kaa-
saa aad Texas paya 9t per tun at Mlneola
while tne International and Great North-
ern paya H at the earns peso.
Mr. Faulkner aaid It would be aa ad-
vantage to the shipper for a ms to go
along with a oar. The lack ef organisa-
tion among th fruit growera .waa ths
cause of much of the trouble h aaid.
Th middlemen oi-poee ergatuaatloa of
this sort. Witness said that he la coa-
vinced that It would be a goad plan for
the railroads to transport the fruit aad
ehar In the profits or irissis. taxing toe
-eight charge Out of th proceed of each
car. He said that he believed the express
companies and private oar ltaee were ail
owned by rail roads snd tbat they are all
a ayatera of graft. He t sought that the
raUroada should he compel led to furnish
ths oar and parrel t the shipper to do hla
A. V Shoemaker a fruit aad vegetable
shipper ef Jackson .! testified that he
shipped fit oars af paacaas and tomatoes
this season prtncipslly to Chioago. Kan-
sas City and Pittsburg. He had never
made any ahipnenta within the sttaa. He
v. ss wnebl te any whether ths icing
charges were excessive or hot. Ha had
been engaged ta ehlpping taut erne last
and this waa tbe worst year hw had hsd.
Shipments to Texaa polata nsaauai the
narketa were not large eaovgh to take
carlou In . any number were est seen.
He bad representatives ht tbe principal
rlt'es who kept him informed as as the
eondltlon of the markets .
RAneBOADS OUOHT TO VCt CAjas.
In response ta a queeOoa ba- Mr. Light-
root wttnsaa said that th aoiattoa of
the suesUoa as far as Intaraialsi ahla-
anant ar oewcsraid would ba ba reqa-re
the raitreada ss furnlah the ears aad a
the Icing at actual cfeenr. Two years
age th tains ehar- to SV htntlm waa
and today It at Ks. The oaafa emttay ta
katdras a oaf. aavta tha eraiaa ra la
kbwat Ht S mom awt ta awoaaaanr fa
Mns In the State shipments Id
onlo Houston. Delias and other
points. 81 1 tons to cost shout tit. would
B ail mat is reqnired to ship a car rmra
Jacksonville to Hny point In Texas hs
aaid. Th.- present rate Is s point-blank
charge f is) to all Texas points.
CemmlsaloDer Colquitt pointed out that
the icing charge from East St. Louis to
sthreveport. La. is 112 per car. while the
coarse from Jacksonville to Dalles Is 1st
psr csr The Iciug charge from Mil-
waukee to Texaa points Is SfJ sad from
Jacksonville to Milwaukee the Icing la rf.
Mr Ilunlap said that tha shipper did
the Initial king of hla car at Milwaukee
Mr. Llrhlfoot aaid that ss the record r.f
this hearing would probably go before
'the lalsretate commerce commission he
would like to bring out further in'nrmi.
regara 10 interstate chars ea. He
along this line showing the " difference
In tbe rates to various points In the
J CI 111
Jfr. Shoemsksr said that for the list tea
yeara tlu price of tomatoes per crate will
V? """ alon with peaches.
: Judge Spoonts ssked witness !f Si
thought the reduction of Icing :harxres
would rhespen peaches to consumers.
Witness replied In the affirmative.
WAGON COMPETITION NOT aWFEO-
TIVE. Jadge RpoonU asksd If he did hot
think the wagon competition prevented
A market for the carload shipments In the l
Mr. Shoemaker aaid tbat he did not
know abnut that.
r Judge Spoonta asked tf the commission
maa did not get ths ht guest part of the
S.lfV whS lh; amount of axpltal ln-
vssted by railroads sad private car lines
. .... Mir-ns n consiaerea. - .
orxe H. Turner Questioned wttneea
tp the fumisblng of ears by ths rati-
os Mr. LJshtfnnt amkMi
whether he knew that the railroad eom-
paay paid miles ge on its cars. Hs replied
that that was his understanding. Mr.
Sboamsker said that be paid thirteen
men about ran In salaries during
the season that they srere In hla em-
ploy. Hla officers snd telegrams also
m uvnaiurimoie. l net nao to come out
of the 10 per cent which he received. Tbe
YSf? 'rom Mississippi points on tha
tllleola Central which owned Its own
to Chicam were US n. nm .
srlna. while the charaee fnw T.ua
olnaa Is Ms per car.
Mr. Armour brought eut the fact that
the Armour company charged til each
Tor rental of four different oars snipped
Attorney Henry ssked wttneea if he
YJtbiarht s railroad company could so a
sjag cheeper than a private ear line.
air. Shoemaker replied that he area Un-
able to say aa to that.
A letter from J. 8. Horauey ef rjaJvea-
toh. general freight ageat of me Gulf.
Colorado and Santa Fe add ruins' to the
cdnseuaelon on the subject under con-
sideration waa read. He protested
against any changes being msds In the
prertnt method of icing. He said the
coat ef an Initial icing was ahout fjk per
car for a diaunce of 300 miles He aub-
mitted a echedule of chargea. which be
suggested the commission adopt if tt
fixed the icing charges.
H. T. Hodges s fruit msn of Jack-
eoaville. aaid he had been engaged In
p hipping fruit out of that place for many
sears. He had Iced .cars blmaelf. He
placed four tona In a car to San An-
tonio and It went thrnush all right. It
rost him 118. He had made an unsuc-
cessful effort to get the railroad com-
panies trt sllow him to do the Icing him-
self. The refrigerator oar rate to St.
1.0UU. and Kslrsas rlry haa been ad-
vanced fl a car within the last three -years
while the railroads give faster
if i floe.
Jndsw Snoonts ssked how many cars
wttneea had ahipped to San Antonio thla
Mr. Hodges rertteil that he had shipped
only two esrs to San Antonio thla year
eahoush tt wsa a sood market. Wlfmws
aid the railroad can do the Icing Juat aa
rhesn aa the private car lines.
K. C. Fyfe. nsslstaot rrnerxl frelfhl
ageat of the Cotton llelt aaid that '
route would let Mr Hoifree do his w
lrtng If be wanted to and that tbe r . 1
wroulfJ charr- only what h.- actually paid
Joseph H. Kerr of St. Louis general
manager of the Americas: Refrigerating
Transit cecnpssv. said that the Ice plants
st Jacksonville snd other. nolnta Is Texss
de aot anake X) ner cent of the Ice neces-
sary to Ice tbe cars In the fttate during the
t'Uey season. He said that the ehurges f
his company are based oa tbe actual coat
Adjourned until a. m. tomorrow.
FROM FOURTH STORY
MRS. HEP RICK OF FORT
Had Made Three Previous At-
tempts to Leap Out of
THoutnai) Pout 8pM34ai.)
fort Worth. Texaa. Autruat 17. F. H.
HaQrlclL. pnmldnt of the Stock Tarda
Nattoaal bitt which la th banklnar (o-
at4tutl4M of th Armour and Swift pack-
ing taUrcaiU hcTtt lft tonlrht for Chlcajro
Klik th body of hla wlfa. who died aa a
revolt of a leap from tha fourth aury of
a..e Worth hotel.
Mn Hediick aad hrr husband occupiM
apainmenta oa the fourth floor. During
a tMaporary fit of mentaJ aberration ah
nvta aa attempt to Jump froan the hotel
window. Three Mm iii waa ratTrvlU'ii
aad tt waa tboiaght ah would not n.ke
anoUver attempt. While hrr huabaod waa
aviaep aha erapt from ih bKl and W x-i
uui of tbe "window. 8hS alrvrck in u lanre
dry saoaw hos oa tke c round brmith and
went tarouch k. and waa fouad about
nail aa hour latvr by a porter oi tha
hotel. Whea the Injured woman wu
taken to bar apartmenU the huabaitd waa
atill aaaaapa ELha died aa a rvnvult oi ttia
Mr. ana kCra- Hedrlck came :o For.
Worth about a roar agu. and atacaheir
rtaldaaioa here ana haa been iry prvoal-
unt -a aaaaal arclea. She Kirnaerly lived
la Chloajjw aad there the Cuneral will
SHORT KKWS SlfaIES.
NEW YOKK.-J. - T.
Baple. aa aged
6000a. and t
was reaeatiy obtained refuge
Ins MveS an to ess fortune. was reecued
vj e aayiwuy'
CHTC Jt OO Adorph K reuse returwetl t
vasaas esau sailenee with tha conr.r-
nra af Jierlsh rem aaiatatltaa wtth at.
Witt at Fertssnouth Meaday Bight H
ealed that th astervSew was Brtssgtst I
tsau sa asterrsrw. era nrtamtst I
aaa-a asssi sr taastx-. .I
& i"! v
.an 1 1 nail i a asaa gar laiaax. v .
the filling of same.
Enrjgcd Mob Came lieu Lynchin?
Negro at Paris.
LAW APPEAL PREVAILED
Mob However Extracted Prom-
ise that Negro Be Returned
to It if He Is Identified.
(Hons ton Poet Special.)
Parts. Taajs August U.-By an -Im
passioned appeal to a mob of several
hundred people this aiternooo . County
Judge Love saved the life of m.1 negro
who was sbout to be hanged far aa al-
egea attempt to anmmauy assault.
About 4 o'clock this morning Misa IkkaVjy
ins u-year-oia oaugnter of K. F. cefllna
who Uvea at &( South Jefferson street
wsa swakened by something touching ner
band and la tha dim moonlight aba saw
a tall negro by the side of tha bed. She
seres med and tbe aian ran serosa the
ball and through the bed rooia ef bar
' parcels sscaplng through SB open wfar
dow by which bg; bad entered- He waa
barefooted and la going Oat the window
he lorn his hat. The city police answered
a telephone alarm aad followed th tracks
some dtatanea leadMe to a Basra
They demanded admittance aad a
ran out tha back doer jsjmoed th
and escaped though oa of th offioarg
shot at aim. '
Later In the momtag th oouaty sfft-
cers aided In the search and about at
o'clock Sheriff Carpenter ajaA. Marshal
Minion arrested Andrew Oinwlddie a ne-
gro la a oora field three miles ssqtk of
town where he wsa Bullmw faddsr. The
negro ssld be belonged near claVkavtUa J
tn naa ueen nere smce aunaay ris ad-
mitted steept tig last Bight ta a aeate' la
tbe east side of town a few blocks from
ths Collins home but aaid b slept until
- Iter be was brought ta th coast bow
Mr. Collins saw htm aad aaid ba bora the
general appearance of the Bears wno
ran through hi room bat he srosM-eet
wear that he Waa' .the one. By thla
time there was considerable excitement
among tbe cltlaens aad only tha iBosas
.pleteneae of identifies tioa prevented tha
ttople from hanging htm at once. Aa the
day wore oa rumors Increased turetl t
I o'clock there waa a crowd of several
hundred men snd boys around the oourt
The negro was In fa sheriffs office
snd there had beea no ehanoa to take bias
to Jail as lbs crowd increased from rims
to Uus Hs waa la sea to a room le tba
third at or it and left with a guard while
the sheriff and his deputies tried to talk
tbe crowd out of their purpose. Finally a
boy hseated the uesTrois hldlne nlu .
mob was formed and the officer ever-
poweree ana toe negro waa di
t ae crowd si
blocks to i he equare aad the aearro wsa
taken on the platform of a band ataad
In the center. There' srere several rones
ready but hanging waa delayed until Mr.
Colllna could come aad Identify tbe aegro
In the presence of the crowd. Before thla
happened County Judge Leve mounted a
wagon near tbe bead ataad aad pleaded
with the crowd to asralt for full proof
His appeaia reached the better - sense of
the men and boys who had charge of
the affair and tbey finally sgieed to turn
thejiegro hack to the sheriff If they were
premised that after twenty-four hours he
should he returned to them If he proved
he guilty. Several reputable citlsens
ho had Ukra no part la the trouU
asreed to thai and the aagro was oord-
lnl taken to th Jail and delivered te
toe snenii ine crowd selected s com-
mittee of twenty to see that the agree-
ment was carried out and then dieperaaaV'
Thla committee met with the sheriff a
little ister and tbe matter was talked
over Tbe sheriff said Judge Montrose
would ba here tonight and would submit
the case to a special grand jury and a
rpeedy legal Inquiry would be made
whereupon the committee pledged Iteslf
to aid tbe sheriff la enforcing the saw.
There will be no further attempt at
violence and tbe sheriff 1 continuing
MEETING AT ORANGE. A
Citizens Hawe Some Apprcben-
sioa Over Situation.
(Houses Post Special.)
Orange Texaa August 17 Stars th
advent or "yellow fever Into Rayae. Lav
which tha people think ts evidence that
tbe plague I wending fts way step by
step down the Southern Pacific railroad
toward Orange quits a good deal of ex-
citement haa Bs-evalled -aaons the pan pis.
A seetlTig era railed that aftsraooa by
County Judge wing-ate for tbe purpoes
nf iBi-cussl ng tbe sttustlon.-
The ohject ef ths meeting eras outlined
by Jerome Swlnford. one of Orsnge's
oldrateitiaena. In which be east that the
people m STO!-el were Bet satisfied arrtb
allowing people from lafeersd points la
LAuiauua to omt to the Kcho cadnn to
await the consequehcea. Ha- ssi That
In the event fever shuuld break 'i'. at
Kcho that those who were ce-n.ln.Ml la
the camp would scatter all ever the coun-
try In an effort to get away which would
result In a pen'c with tbe people of
Orange. This being the case other sowcu.
in ihs State would qua ran tine aawltut
Orange snd she would then have te suf-
fer ths 111 ooosequeeces of being bottled
up for the next three months
I a W. Sosslara. breeideat of the city
beard of health advised the quiet one aid
eratloa of the snafter and arced everybody
to continue the work of ftsrhtlng the maa-
nulto. He stated further that In the event
fever should break eut hers. Orange phy-
alciana would be able to handle It
Secretary Betta of the Progresslre
league snaeuaoed to the peeple thst r
Tabor vrould be here toiasirow ss would
do sll la his newer to reeved v matters te
the event aaythhw ahtHlid be needed.
r. H Varwett af the L-utrher a aloor
Lember comtsaay said that the ad-reat sf
lever lata th atty woald Baralyas the
lamber biitlsiss which would result at a
great daavajre a ths bsaorias men as wad
aa ether eitlssaa as tha tswn.
J. W. Lass astainr of the MtOer-l-mfe
i adeeeated very etrongty
l awwaaat send a talesrram
to Or. Tahar aad as the governor of the
wtasa aaata-g far e-ajek action oa the
Btartef af liillan eat all asasiagar traf-
Sc Treat Now OrVasas eat tbat rrrsght
I he tal
Aj The amtlaa was adiouraed ts receafc-
-a miiii at a e'etock. wbaa Oa
waa samum a
Tajyat at aaa
iawsr at tiasraaa a aa i
Socb Ww the Closing ExtrcUf
the Epworth L:aroers.
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IMPROVEMENTS FOR CAMP
Large Hotel Will Be Erectadand
Grounds Planted in Shrubbery.
Camp Meeting Called Off.
(Houston Post Spent el. )
Corpus Chrlsfl. Tesas. Auxust 17. With
a grand Jubilee end farewell service con-
ducted by Rev. Mr. Barton of Terrell the
first aanual encamnment of the Texas
State Epworth Lesgus. held st their per-
manent home la thla cltv. came to a close
In a asset eusnlclous mnnser tonlglfi.
President Thorns aeon and others of. hla
rubtner will remain hers several dsys tl
arrangh certain matter connected with
next year's encampment and for this pur-
pose x meet ins of the cabinet offlcera
ws bald thla evealug aad various matter
pertaining to the next encampment wtnt
discussed sod plans arrangsd. Among the
Improvements to be made on the ground
next year win be tbe arectlnu of a large
100-room hotel near ths cedar grove by a
company aow belmr eiwenised for that
purpose The around will be plaatad la
Bermuda grass shrubbery aad flowers
with wide shell walks aad streets will
be laid oC. a large bathing pavilion will
be erected and tbe auditorium will be an-
teased as will alao ether ntacee.
At the buslnesa aeaaion held last night
a board of trustees to have chars at th
ground were elected an me being com-
posed of one Isv aad ens clerical mem-
ber from each conference towlt :
West Texas. Mrs. A J. Weeks aad W.
O. lewopds: Northwest Texaa. Jamas
Campbell hod R. W. Hall: North Texss
O. w. Tbomaaaon and Rev. L. K. Barton;
Texee Qeorge S. Sextoa and Theodore
Bert ax. Jr.: Games salaslosv C IL
TodaylB proceedings were gone through
with aa usual.
The sessios been with tba aswaj prayaf
and sorer service.
As aaa hums eommlttea. coiuoed jf
five asm cars wsa aieaaeo via. i
Gsorge a. Bextoa cnairmaa
a BT. huumAale.
BerUg. Jr.. aad Rev. Mr. tertlng. A
motion to limit tarn oonunltte ts a debt
at naa tn eiaksae asaiufiiftainnla waa
voted dowa ud ths eommlttea left to ua
Its MdawMat m seea mailers sa nw
reaeatatki) at the sncemnmesl waa alp
leaaus la tha State.
ev- Bi.te lasa-ite eebteet en
rated a committee- oa kv-lswsissd esw
eiiiiM tn SMka thai rennrt aext year.
Prof- W. A. Pslsser Sss Mareo arnde
' This wvenissr Re . 1a. Oaderdeok Jf
Mexios' City eMrveras! sermon to gassr
keb to the Msxieane at tss sudlsoriuas.
Owing t th vsrlowa ramor of probsule
auaraatte am aartoaxreaxa a la def-
ce to twe nsvsi w w.-w
w that no Unre sataeelna be hetd. the
days' eamumesttaw.. which waa . to
nsw aneaw wsa niwr
f Rsr7Ioas S Jsswaaa tf Terrell wag
aav" ' ...vi.- -i
StrM church to CatwuTcarlBtV to
aaah tha. tease BCwmpaisr.t thgrsd
em ass It proved aad lor hi
dine that ea
bwildkags on the grounds
thai aopular pastor ba beea the recipient
sf sruch prafiT front Uje laatueTB ieaer.
ally. so on. yesterday waa decided to
haw a sseVs substaatlal appr totaUoa of
his sfforts and tba mem hers of the lsasut
areeeated him with a floe buxry he hay
Ins wreckserala Whiss at work aa tha
ground her. - ' '
In hat formal rtotwTtoadt to the Texaa
Epworth League yesterday Raw. Gears
Sestsei of OalVettoa chairman pf ha as
sembly committee recounted the visits
of his committee to th v.nrtoue pieces
offering attae for tha location ef the es-
oampmeBt and atatad that after all the
proffered atlas had been lasssstsd tba
oommlttee whlcn consisted of
take a secret ballot tha result af which
aeowea-tnai tn caur eeven ewia
beaa east far Corpus Chrtetl Tha
ttea of th aasembty oommltts ha met
the oalverssl aad usanissous sporeval ef
every asrmber of tbe Texaa League who
waa bar this ssaatoa aad all sxpressed
themselves perfecUy delighted with thatr
aew aad perms sent home at Epworth.
Ths re sHctloa ef Oa W.
Tan Atarma to the exalted
'i09 Off pWas-
meat af the Stats Eoworth
another tnantfe. talon of the confidence of
the leaguers la hss rncieeey aa their
chief executive for a piismsm quail tu
cattona that tend ta improve the Epworth
League aad advaaee It interests la every
reaped. Aad thea. it era dartns hat ad-
mlnlsteatola that they were estaoiUhed In
thetr sreasat beautltai beeae sa the ssisss
af Corpus Ctuisti bay and th sole man-
ner ht which he msnogvd the prelimtpa-
riea of th aassmbry here hat wen aha
tne blxheet adsslrauoa and sstaeaa of all
Texaa gxiwm th Lssgaara
A natter at Epworth remsrksd raster
day that ba beard that when Corpus
Chrtatl bad a thousand or more visitors
tbe people here got exalted and didn't
know what they wsre going to- da bit
that aow he was la a position Yrvm actual
observation to uaVeefter refute- any auch
asssntsas. tor Ja saw saw visitors her
during the past week aad tha psooss pat
taera la ceaafortahl quarters In a won-
derfully quick- maa ner and didn't even
seem te be asaeh worried a boat their aaaV
tty to put sway a good maay surt If they
put In an appearance. Next year the peo-
le will be la a poalUan te takscer al at
least icjal spls.
' TO CLEAR. UP A' TTTLK.
Twenty Thousand Acre Of Iron
ad Timber LaacTXo B Sold.
" tHooatea Poat Slecial.)-
Ituah Texss August 17 Ths HolUnd
Trust company of New Tork haa filed suit
aaauaat th New Birmingham Iron and
Land company la th district court sf
Cherokee county to toraulcee a mortgags
ea about at) scree of Iron dad timber
land to collect a debt af about aaj.stt
Th trust company Is trustee of th
bondholder and soma beads given sy sag
New BtrsnlaaTbam .Iron and Land esw-
psny wsr not legally foreclosed ansa
years axe. and this suit la brought ss
clear title to the bind. Jamas A. Ma-
hoaey eftNrw Tork Hrr own th lead
and property of ths New Birmingham
Iron and Land company mctedlng the
furnace sad af a honey will buy the prep-
ertv santa when tt Is sold. The lend eaxt
pot be eotd aatu about next January ar i
r erruary ae court meeta asr at stas
It Is Sported tht the ermissThant
eompaay haa sold Its land aad' tha faw
nace ana tnet ims sun is orouggi tn per-
feet title eo goad title en fee made; and
aa soon aa the aaa hi perfected thatfe
lumacs win atari up
u magi; nasa. .
Narasota PubEc SchoaL" ?
(Honstea Post Spastal)
Ifavasota Texas A ug eat Jf. The JSW-
assta public school tnattes haea atua-
yjsttrd arrunarroeata ffr tag ocarslBS of
th fall session of scboet th first Moan
day a September aad eaee oastderotr
etatad over pnapttls Par a nsa'
upaa aaa evsraaui.
are betas looked after ba the high
btdsmntr. tha earn saw teace la katas aalae.
ed end an order leid tor a horss asesn.
tat Bucblae. wlfh th Idea ef tieptBg the
I oeaetlful campus tn civilised imneiaai.
t ottgiii and hat soraa af
taecbert Are reedy for aarnaat werh-
FaatatalB Rebekah CaiTiiTsi. K"'
' CHoaatsa Post awally !fi&
stsaaa Texas. August lY.-Oaa af
njsntaat aftaira green thai ssadaa waa Ik
Hisraaia eararvsi. by th avtaar aa tha
east aasthg war sj-tasUoslly
w were wan aalinlsia. tl
"amiable a actajraai a as ta a at
Bias-It and ths entire' town era Bat to i
njor th aemslea Qtnt a ale nrm a -waa
rttjtom . Th cold dftaha suud aasd
Ataaging to lf
. matjatam MaWaU . - f
Ahrta. Taxaa. Aasust It-Meaartt 'fe-
Can swiaam awwstal cuaxiartorg for ta
omwuaotlaa work of th SL Loula
BreessilUe aad Mexico railroad. anlratV A
her tstsp and are errsngias ta bsgln
htylng ateel aalle bet wee Also' aad.
sVaglMoa. Tnetr exswratlaa traia la a -J -pectsd
to arrive here this waek wbaa
work ertU ba ccsamenced at asm. - t i
. i '-iirjt
- i QmCbmg? of Iiiceat. '
. . (Ilaataa Fast Soectsi.) - .(- '-
TyW. Twxaa. Aaaruat n.-8arht Lywaa '
today aaj anta from Bk.rlff flntatU af .
Orayaaa cownty. aisesteg at Ballard a- '
whits aiaa chsrwed with Incest and erlea- j
hml aaaault unon htsil-vesr-okl daughter.
The caae at Iw-teA a pasdms the arrival i-
; Faiti Fire NumeaoBaV ' Jr.
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Laredo Texas Auxust n.-Pralrie fb .
Br Miiswilisj very aumerou since tha i
tons dry axoe ha set la la thla aaa- ;.
. rieeny ery part tea nui asia -...
ghwlns fresa so of the tire. v ' ..
"j- aaw ' if
HbTvT TOMt ubterranesn tltsigia' '
leading from a secret atatrcsse to stone- k
vmuitad eriasnrjere beneath tbe old Tllden 4
maasiin la asrsmerey pars were heaught
ta Hcht by th contractors tBss at -lemeitiilltns
the atracture. There H ;
trgead amsng the osd-time residents f V -f
tha ailatkiii linail that Tildsa. Who mill V
a aoat of enemies by the tart be took la .
tha e.poeure af th Tweed rtae. had a
saar af awcrat Inallon. . .- .
nwvtyanav.s n a ass ....... .
saca m anre sign that tn hsoava at
fJgt. witk ruuncca sad burninf acida.. .
new bmqv forced tiroorh tha pares .
aactngUs eruptions which ate nanaUV
aoraswaanied with intense teatBgawa
gia ilssaSsaiiiii; and humiliating;.
'- Tear aaw my blood eras bad. a w- 4
aenead by akin eruption on diffsrank .
fmxta af the body and othsc aymptama t
aal soaeluded to try S. S. 8 .knowing It -
aa a highly apcxen oi. ""rw i
hww snaeh-aay blood waa thas j i
Ir awriaed and enrtc bed andl eras ?:
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a. a oeiieve.w. mm r.
ft a p If u sure ss 1 1 proved to be In t
c nT bhoemaXU. y
lllMII Ol SIS - Pattaraoa SW
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ailrUstes aot reach the reeX enssm
at tha i astaall became it doc not OBst ;
aasf. ' -B. B. S- a prricci nsonn pvs -1
aautialises tbettr sctJs and kansora
w Minthanins- and toning BP th !
Xjcmtt Ksdxarya and Bowel tha aataisl :
ajg antuiv watr wfiaw
.r . tbcm tjasassd of
to ba torcrd to
skta. S. 8. 8. b
Daaadfatf an the entire srstesa btenrnMr
W awattta and balpfaif ta dim
a.&&wrasil acta diaeaaot pror
thr kavraa; tha akin
Only by kecpiavthe i
Bar eaa wa hop ta cart acsoar
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