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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

CITY IS GROWING. STEADY INCREASE IN POPULA. TION OF THE CAPITAL. Demand for Houses Far Exceeds the Supply In Spite of Building That Has Been Done. triTt or Onto. Citt or Tolim, t Lu' coi'wr. t T . Frown J. i;iisit aiakea oath ttit ha la iratne iiriui of lb Irm ol J. (.'ulnar Co., a lug builneM la the City of T.ned.i. County anil tuit f.re!il. an that Hid rm will py tbo i of ONK fU'XDHF.U IHJLLAIifl for ch an erery CUM of Canaan thai cauout ba cured by lb um of tUu... caxa mm. YltkHR 3. CHEST.T. fwnra to hafor ma an .ab.cni-d In my irenno tbi. aujda, of A- V wtoLEASO. KoTAMT PCBH9. naTlTaCaUirh Com tl takoo Internally and ten eiDH-tly on ilie foUxd and tiiucwia aurtacaa of lb ?a SKV CO.. tolado. O. DISFIGURED WITH ECZEMA. Washington as a city of homes la very much In evidence Just now. It seems to be the opinion this year that the demand for apartments and for houses Old not begin quite so early as was the caso last year, but the pros pect Poems to bo that It will be quite equal to w...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

WATCH ENGINE RUN STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Device at Columbia University by Which All Parts of a Locomo tive in Action Can Be Stud ied in Workshop. TO TEST FABRICS. Km t i ;i in i. ;iiii"iv w i if tl.i- tli ;it lilinn; n; ! i.:u " nl the m h t 1m- foot of the u i ;i !-: i-1 s 1 ti tin Itlira' v of i ViiruM.-i I'lISS Hit!. lo II. I il'tt iili'l i onio to tin 'ol oi i ii'.ttii'f! iim .V I, ' ti : i I liri'o lvtn;t' i . . i ;i : ' -i v !' .t in:; ri'oii.s ;iu 1 I i:i rupiK'ctloti wiih tin i I t tin HI s M i J ii' If !l fofuo .111.1 tii.ti'liitio t-lli vt'i ' liii.i; ;i jo in j man ''it: ii;!il; to In- a ri: M cki'-s UV fi i!o nsl.ii s iiinl .';!! .!: . ill.. I i !. : . .1 IIISXIIU." It l.il.ora IllllriO'llUH. -I. S. l.ool shop. ; .-- in tart, i.... .M in fl.UilllMT. line t.i,: i -1 1 r . i II i' I l;n -i . I'llI'llllV till' L.".ltllll follow ill It is .story 'o'llllllii.l j;i. -.'it h .ts Kii.'inu s I'tiuuio li tttitloi! ii.ti.i? " lloro i a loiiniotlo tiiitiod school m.ist...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

ft ft .1 miFu OUpr a ;0 1 Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. PROF HEZEKIAH WALDEN. Professor of Physics, Lincoln High 8chool. Alongside with the other competent teachers of the New Lincoln High School, Prof Walden as one of the new teachers stands In a very conspicuous light. Mr. Walden was born in the town of Markham, V.rglnla and at tended the public school of his native town. Then he attended Wayland Seminary and College in Washington I). C, and graduated from the acade mic course in 1893. He took a Post Graduate course at Coburn Classical Institute at Waterville Maine and fin ished in 1894. Afterwards entering Colby University at the same place and finishing 1898. Immedately on leaving college he took charge of the department of Natural Sciences at Roger-Williams University, Nashville, Tenn. Occupy ing the chair from 1899 to 1905. Leav ing Roger-Williams because of the de structive fires to that Institution oc oui ing Jan. 24. 1905, and May 22, 1905, he was given the...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

HE ATTENDS A BALL. Policeman Harney Klynn Mwid be- i is th' wa-ay th' byes did to Kegan. fore the captain ami saluted. D'ye ray-mimber Kegan, th' time they Td like." ho said, -fr to be ordhered I bad him out to th' pic nic? He wan nn on th" night pnthrol nlxt Chuesday." "Why?" asked the captain. "Pay work is consider? 1 preferable, and you've had that for some time." Policeman Klynn lingered his helmet nervously for a minute or two before replying. " 'T is a fam'ly juatther," he said at last, "lint I'll tell ye th' wn-ay Iv it. Ye nee, th' good woman Is a mlniber iv If well, th' name's tdillppcd me tnlnd, n' what 't Is all about I've give up guessin'. but she do lie a tnlmber in good shtatidin", an' she's rerunning' fr th office iv (irand Slcritary. ' 'TWu'd not le worry in- me. Iv course, but f'rth' ball that's to coinc off nlxt Chuesday, whin she wants me fr to do a bit Iv rampalgnin'. ' 'T is fr you.' sh sny.-. to me. "to prove ye're a pnp'iar ma-an with th' ladies. Ye must da-an...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

Gossip of Gotham Town Interesting Comment from the Eastern Metropolis Sixteen-Year-Old Schoolgirl Who Is a Mystery Glories in an Anarchistic Title Fortune for Bible Fund. I PURELY FEMININE Fancies in SEASON'S HATS ARE IN INO STYLES. BECOM- Parleian Manufacturer Responsible for 8oma Beautiful Artificial Trim minga "Poka" Bonneta of Improved Design. That headgear la to be an all-important item of dress this coming season there can be no reasonable doubt. Also, to Judge from the number and variety of models on exhibition, there would seem to be no reasonable ex cu8e for the appearance of an unbe coming hat. However, that is largely a matter of taste and viewpoint, but, at any rate, ench of us ought to be able to please herself in the matter. The newest thing is the "Madame," an elongated turban with a single long and very heavy plume over either side. The plumes, if they do not match exactly, at least must blend harmoniously with the color of the hat. Few striking contrasts are noted I...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

THKKIMN. o.Y UnrgTOOPg, Boaiiiwia Maaagw f abllstaed KTry Week using SON PUBLISHINCCO rsDBSCKllTlON RATKS: M ( f Mm mu bum at ae seat M artetly paid la ad.aaee ftatsr tU the Po$t Offlct ai XanMU Cttj, at 5ooi.d O'io JfatUr. Correspondents wanted In eery city 111 town id this state. Write m. All news matter Intended t r pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Ttueday, of each week an Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but as g uarantee of auth aotlclty. )FFIOSr-No. 117 Wast Slitr. St. Kansas City, Mo. Advvrttalns Raatae, fat eaa lanh. os la.ertlna t H on 1Mb. each eahaaquaat laaertloa . tot two lacaos. itarv aauatta I.0 for two loeh, li moBtn 100 for twolBch.a, bid moatht 10 00 ? to iBeaoa twel. noatba 11.09 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. TO THE REPUBLICAN LEADERS OF JACKSON COUNTY. The K...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

THE RISING SON, Remember pleaw If the little bit we collect here aon i lere bat enable! ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. God helps every man that helps himself. The Grand did a hustling business last week. Wilbur Washington has more to do with the Son. nothing Rev. H. D. Scott Is visiting Mrs. Hcavls, 1000 Locust street. S. J. Weaver and wife visited roln tlves In Atchison, Kan., last week. Women are like men In one re spect; some are good and some arc not. Dr. W'm. J. Thompklns, recently of the staff of physicians and Burgeons of Freedman's hospital, Washington, D. C, wishes to announce his office at 704 East 12th street; residence, Com p ton hotel. Both phones. Negroes are not the first people that have been scourged for unfaith fulness. The Israelites had a hard time of It, before they learned to cast away their Idols and seek protection from the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and we must make our church es something stronger and holler than mere money exchanges or meeting...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

coooooocooooooeoooooooeooooooooooooooooooooooooooooori NAUGHT COUNTS BUT LOVE By MAX PEMBERTON goooccoGooccocooooioooooeocccoocooooooooooooooeoooocoj TU'.-re w;'.s a tuetry company In the p.ir Ur of thS t'ustlo lua when the str.mpr en'ered there. Ho app-'ared to to a man of some SO e:iM oi age, with :t jouth's face and a tine figure of bis own; upright as a drill pergcant, nnd with such a pair of ryes that, tut Tom Forsyth, who kept the lorry, said nftTwards, It was I'.icUy t'.tr the maids of Brcde that the darktuvs cloaked them. Joel, the landlord, looked tho travel er up mid down, and his fat fare took wrlnu'cr of merry fat. He breathed In wt;li KitUfartlon. Hare was tho day when a 8tr.ini;er In a gold-laced vest drew m in at Ills door. Such men, as a rule, were ferried acrofs the river by Tom Forsyth and rodo on to my lord's rantle upon tho hill. There was no other road from ltmte but to my lord':) bouse or to the pea, Af'er the trniicr had retired to th lnii'r parlor, mine host ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

HAD CONSIDERED THE POINT. Fortune Hunters in Droves Pursue American Heiress Story of Tribulation Told by Wealthy Woman After Time Hat Softened the Hardship She Endured Interesting Study of , Existing Social Conditions Eight or ten steamers are entering the port of New York every week, bringing hundreds of Americans home to their native land. Among these passengers are al ways a few American heiresses, trav eling with their parents or profession ally chaperoned. Of late years It has become quite an Industry for widows who have been left with less of the world's goods than they were accus tomed to enjoy during the days of the "dear departed," to take parties of young women to the Mediterrane an, and especially on the Egyptian tours. Such parties are to be met in all parts of Europe. This subject was brought to mind very forcibly by a conversation with an amiable young widow, encountered at an evening re ception during the pest week, writes Julius Chambers, la the Brooklyn Eagle. She h...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 October 1906

WATCH ENGINE RUN STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Device 9t Columbia University by Which All Parts of a Locomo tive in Action Can Be Stud ied in Workshop. TO TEST FABRICS. SOME VALUABLE THINGS FOR THE SHOPPER TO KNOW. How to Detect the Difference In the Quality of Linen Finding a Cotton and Linen Mixture. FYolv. the foot of Ihc uruud H;ilM it'inlnm tip to the library of I'olmnl'ia ittiU'iM'iy wo pas. i omul to tin- lift nf the mi'iit lihnuy uml come to the 't,: tat.te of tin- mhnol of cuuhiei tint: We Mml here lectin? Moms. lulmra lo; i il rawing room ami imisi mimh. ami in contn rtioii Willi t ln s- si ho d ! a! I mollis lf (I ; 1 1 1 -l" n shop, a 'rise uml machine shop -in tart, voi i liir.fj a oiinu man need In io.ii nil,'-' to lio a r'in !;'fs t'imiiMM'1'. '.Ye eh downstair ami enter a title, lame t-hoji, an. I there, on lis dark, stands a passenircr ln .inmtive. the I'olnm'iia- i.isl Mich a uianil follow hs Kipimv's i ntitn lioin In bis story I UlitU-d IlililT." Here i.- ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

X Vil ,1 ' - If Pay to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. My success is jours, my downfall alike, my position, as I see it, Is LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The following members of the Board of Regents visited the institution this. week in a body. Hon. D. C. McClung, Hon. W. T. Carrlngton, Dr. A. Ross Hill, Hon. E. 8. Wilson, Messrs. Nelson C. Burch, secretary of board and Oscar G. Burch, regent for a long term of years In the past, and intimately con nected with the history of the school. These gentlemen , Inspected the campus, building ' and departments, and partook of a seven course dinner prepared and served by one division of the cooking class under the direction of M1ss Ida Burrell, Instructor In do mestic science.. The many expres sions of satisfaction with the manage ment and progress of the Institution were very gratifying to President Al len who has labored hard and un- ceaslnglg to build Lincoln Institute up as a great Institution of learning, that, Irrespective of race o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

The Bald King of American Birds UvUi Peculiar Intercut Because It Stands a3 the National limblcni of United States. WhrM-wt culi'j occur commonly lhc u;.' ;i:iin!itf !;. lir-t known nf lii K I' lcy :ip;n:ir treiuonUy In tin? , a'wl li'cnds nf nnclonJ - j 1 l oi:r;i luno born i !uw;i a ( tia.I"!..il in'Ooltt. since for size, jmw- ; i T il t!.-..!r an. I fierce ti.ituro (hey , li;ie !n'i :i eielu .! oil from oarliost 1. :;:. times. ThtT.ah feuinl in ill kv' iM! in;ir:iT ! the !obt NV::h Attic: ica. South America, Ktl-; v-t Asi .. Africa. Australia. nnl the K.it I :j i l.ia 1 '.hey arc most nu merous i:i IvaiMpi'. Asia an.l Africa. North Annticu ioscsse.-i but four spe cie, otiiy two cf which ihe golden j c.ttle a:rl th foa'.st .isle aro of m-n-, oral (Hstri'.iaMon anl thus of particu- ; lar economic Interest in this region. The bal.l eas'.o. otherwise variously , ca'.io.l li i : lu a leil eaule. white-head-d sea e.i-:e. and Mrd of Washinsj'on. i of particular interest to Americans as ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

Countess Castellane Must Give Up Millions to Retain Her Children Has Choice of Paying Count's Debts or. Allowing Him to Keep the Boys Tragic Ending of Sordid International Marriage Parts. Anna Gould, the counteaa of j Castellane, probably will pay $5,000, 000 for her three sons. Count Bonl da Castellane, father Of the children, demands possession of the children and gives the daughter of the first great American million aire hef choice between paying his debts and giving up her children, tin less she pays the debts the French court probably will hold that she can not take them from France without the consent of the spendthrift noble man who, since March 4, 189S, when he married her, has squandered over $9,000,000 of Jay Gould's fortune and now seeks to make it $14,000,000 be fore he will release -her. That the Goulds will pay the $5,000,- 000, settle the debts of Bonl de Cas tellane, even those of the usurers who tea have preyed off him for years, Is be lieved by their friends and b...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

THE RMM4 SON. tlB OOPS Business Maaagw. Published Ktery Week WISING SON PUBLISHINGCO i-BUHSCKIlTlON HATES: M . ! . .efl . It 421 tnveirte. . . I 'iree rniini. ae mom ik . .. uleilf paid ta advance) fater-ed at tht Pn$t Offlc ai Kt QUy, M 5n.d CUuu Mttfr. Correspondents wanted In every city IK town id thin mate. Write as. All news matter Intended t r pub lication should reach our ofllce not la ter than Ttusday, of each week and uit be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of auth antlrity. WIOCi-No. 117 WmI Slitt. St., KintM City, Mo. Ad vcrtialntl Rele, fot one Ifb. oo Insertion I .H or on Inrb. ri h aatieequeat Insertion .W or two laches, three muntn IK fur two tache, Hi month 1 00 for two Inches, nine month loot eetwolacbee twelre month It GO OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. i"he paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than .double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Is.ii dnrlht shame...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

the Monro Bon, iiffiil Remember please Il'i in little blu w collect her ana tiert hat enables ue to run from year to year." LOCALS. Samuel Taylor of Bloomlngton, 111., visited his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor, at Kansas City, Mo., last week. Mrs. A. B. Brown will preach her farewell sermon Sunday night at the Second Baptist chorch, 10th and Charlotte. Mrs. Oden, 1221 Highland, Is on the sick list. She .contemplates going to Topeka soon. National Printing Co., has moved from Cth and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. 'Tom Taylor and J. M. Woodford were made Knights of Pythias last Sunday by McKlnley Ixxlge, No. 21. For piano and furniture moving and express, call Geo. Jones, Home phone, 5185 Main. Packing, Shipping and storage. Phone your news to the Rising Son with an order for a year's subscrip tion. Bell Phone 4713X Main; Hpme Phone S8 Main. WATCH, WATCH, WATCH, for bills and tickets to the Great Un bleached Minstrels at Convention hall, November 9th. Sincere reg...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. THE GIRL AT THE MILLINER'S By ISABEL (Copyright. ly "I don't Quito Uko this hat you trimmed for me. Can you niter the arrangement while I wait?" "Certainly, Miss Hilda. I am very sorry It did not give satisfaction." "Oh. there Isn't much the matter!" and the young girl proceeded to In struct the milliner as to the altera Ions she desired. "If you will sit down a few minutes, Miss Hilda. I will take the hat to the workroom and put It right." Miss Hilda, however, could not alt still for Ion. She moved about the showroom, t'xamining the Koods with critical eye. and. while thus engaged, tho curtains which shut off this de partment from the shop opened and a lady and gentleman entered. The former was tall and dignlflej. albeit oiini; and beautiful. Hestowini; the merest glance upon Hilda, she said. In somewhat haughty tones: "Will you please show mo some sailor liars?" 'Certainly, madam. White c? black?" "Oh. of course white!" It was easy to select a goodly num ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

Gossip of New York An Interesting Church That Hat Jut Celebrated lU 150th Birth, day Has Had But Six Pastors During All Those Years, and All Were Men of Reputation Other Gotham Chatter. -ill" "w! was king of Oreat Hrltaln New York was a village of from 8.000 to 10.000 Inhabitants and the Koyal standard floated over the public buildings. The church was used as barracks for the Hessian troops and in this way was much damaged. An appeal was made to the inhabitants ot New York and the sum of 963 pounds, three shillings and Blxpence were paid to the church officials with which to make repairs. It was several years afterward, in 1756, that the original chapel, which It Is thought was built soon after the organization of the church, was re placed by a more pretentious structure. HAS HAD 8IX REMARKABLE PA8TOR8. , All of the six pastors have been men who have made their impress on the city of New York, not only in their ministry to the .congrega tion but by their connection with various orga...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 November 1906

7 WATCH ENGINE RUN TUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. TO TEST FABRICS. 80ME VALUABLE THE SHOPPER THINGS FOR TO KNOW. device it Columbia University by WK-fi All Part of a Locomo tiv In Action Can Be Stud ied In Workshop. l-'roNi the fimt of tin prund Ktiiirx K'aillni; tip to t ho llluury of Coltnnlilu uulverslty t )nsa round to the left of the K'oat library ami rnino tot lie mtranco of the k'IiooI of cniiinecnnt;. Vo fiml linv lecture rooms, lab. in tones, drawing rooms and nunte utna, and in connection with those school 'I'-'-ittiiviits la a pattern shop, a K(f'. and machine uhoi In fact. rrr thins: a jtmni; man needs in M ilitia to bo a lirst class cnKlneer. " .ut downstairs and enter a fine, rco shop, and there, on Its track. Mauds a passcni;er locomotive, the I'oliitnbla -just such a grand fellow as Klpliim's etiuiin hero iu his story entitled 11.1I117." Mere a locomotive turned school master. We walk round the grand "hi fellow and stand before t he great itiviiiii wheels Mere ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 November 1906

I ,. If V .4 '.VJ?j Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. A SWEEPING VI3TORY FOR THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. On Tuesday the Republicans carried Jackson county by such overwhelm ing majorities on most ot the candi dates that it shows the people's atti tude on the bosses. Ellis beat Wal lace by 17,000 or more majority. The following Republican candidates were elected: Isaac B. Klmbrell, prosecut ing attorney; Al Hesllp, county mar shall; Fred C. Adams, county collec tor; Dr. G. W. Thompson, coroner; Samuel Boyer, county clerk; Oscar Hochland, circuit clerk; A. C. Warner, treasurer; Charles P. Baldwin, sher iff; Andrew E. Thomas, criminal clerk; C. E. Moss, Judge county coutr; J. M. Patterson, presiding judge county court; Geo. J. Dodge, Judge county court. Eastern district. Three Republicans elected to legisla ture as follows: M. E. DItzler, second district; W. A. Shope, third district; E. S. Noyes, sixth district. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The following members of the Board of Reg...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 November 1906

WHAT IS THE HIDDEN SECRET? Mystery of Writing on Yellow Slip of Paper That Ended Contest for $SQ,CG9,GQQ. Something in Written Memorandum in the Fine' Hand of Viiliaa Wcightman Humbled the Pride of Mrs. Jones Wister and Drove Lawyers Out of Court Neither Side Will Talk. Philadelphia. One little slip of yel low paper, covered with fine, closely written lines, but It humbled the prldo of a vomnn hlsh in society In Phila delphia: It drove three skilful lawyers out of court In confusion and figured to another woman the undiluted con trol nnd pvsesslon of the $ V.O.'HlO.fMJj left by old William WclKhtninn. Ira:natic sier.es arc cimmon In the courts of the land, strong situations are not Infrequent, but tin oldest law yers s.iy they cannot recall a scene quite so strong or a situation quite so clevrtly worked up as the one In whlrh Mrs. Jones Wister nnd her conns-cl confessed utter defeat nt the h.iuls of Mr. Ann Weight man Walker and her lawyers. In the Orphans' Court, presided over by ....

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