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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 February 1907

AN EVERY DAY SCENE.. Pedestrian What's all that fust about In that house a wedding? Resident No. A new baby arrived last night and all the women In the neighborhood are going into ecsUBlea over It t "Who la that tall man all the women are crowding around?" "He la a minister, come to fix the date for the christening," "And who Is the short man who at tracts so much attention?" "He is the doctor." "Ah! I see. TlTftt nb-account fellow, who is being pushed out of the way or run over. Is the hlrod man, I pre umc?" "No; he's the father." Explaining It. "It was too much education that landed me here, mum," said the bur Rlar to tile visitor at the penitentiary. "1 had an assistant who was born in Hoston. One night we had a good second-story Job, but he quoered the whole thing at the last minute." "How do you mean?" aBked the vis itor. "When I told him to climb up the down spout, to get the swag out of tho second story, he said: 'I refuse to do anything so paradoxical,' and Juttt then the co...

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. — 2 February 1907

NOW LET WAR BE WAGED AGAINST CLUBS AND GAMBLING DENS WHERE NEGRO YOUTHS ARE HURLED TO DESTRUCTION. The rcpuMlcnn JikIros have born fk'ctrtd to vwry bench, except the criminal bench. Whnt will they do to periietua: tlu-ir clulnis in iiu coun ty and cil.v. In-this I'oumiunlty bio oiik nwm Institutions that are hell hides ntid the innKt tlunmahlu plnccs for the downfall or youim boys ami Slrla. Tltrc N only one club at this ritliiR that in exempted from thin ininpalpu and that I the Waiters ent ering Association at 121'. llaltlmore place for the pailiettiiK of all the alters uud railroad potters who wish for a place to stay while they are waiting for hours of watch to be gin. Now the rest of the places thr Son intends with Its thousands of aupporters both black and white to carry on an nnconipronilsinj? and nn--flinchlng campaign against them. Like Frederick Doimlas, the great ne gro torch-hearer who cried out: "Is Jod Dead?" Will the living get jus tice? Will tht negroes rise up and s...

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. — 16 February 1907

) 4 I It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. BISHOP ABRAM GRANT, CHAIR MAN OF THE KANSAS CITY DELEGATION OF NEGROES TO JEFFERSON CITY. He Wat Made Permanent Chairman of All the Delegations in the En tire State. The Right Rev. Bishop Grant was born la 1884 In Florida, Columbus county. Ho was born a slave and was at one time sold for $6,000 In confed erate . money. At his very birth be displayed remarkable genius. It Is k Id at bis birth he uttered the first words "Slave, mamma, free." Thus he showed the rare ability of a man, and tbe birth of another real genius. On becoming a young man his great craving was learning. Being Instruct ed by his master's son, Willie, he bhowed great advancement. His mas ter forbid them to teuch him, but tlw key had been given to him to fit the door, so at night he would steul away and absorb those tremendous prob lems of the books which enabled him to grasp those tremendous problems of life. He has a keen foresight of the future. His utteranc...

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. — 16 February 1907

PENNY GOES HUNTING f By Juliet Wilbur Tompkins 1 (I'npyriKlil. Iy Joseph H. I'.cil .) Penny wanted a rifle, and stood out for It with her usual Independence of spirit. Her father srofful. What In thunder would you shoot?" he demanded of his daughter. "If you really hit anything you would sit down and cry girls always do. Own tip, now why do you want the thing?" Penny wavered, then an amused smile of voluntary self-betrayal made her ltttle j ointed face, to Dudley. Irre sistibly i xpresslvp. She brought a picture cut from a magazine nnd lnld It erfon her father, loaning on his shoulder. H represented a young wo man of litiiKissihle hut attractive ana tomy clad In a hunting suit that had the charm and distinction of a French romance; buttoned gaiters showing un stlritcdiy. a felt hat carrying a single charp featlur like an accent, a gun held dashingly under one arm. "Their! I want to look just like that." said I'eiipy with a long breath of ill s,ire ami a twinkle in her eyes. "You alw...

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. — 16 February 1907

Gossip of Gotham PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT At the Nation's Capital Social Fen J Said to Be Cause of Chairman ShonU' Resignation from Panama Canal Commission SluJjr of "Fire Alarm" Foraker of Ohio Other Gossip from Washington. WASHINGTON. "Official etiquette," and snobbishness In capital society, of which hla wire and daughters, Theodora and Marguerite, were victims, Is declared, to be the real cause of Theo dore P. Shonts' resignation from his $30,000 a year position us chairman of the Panama canal com uilsflon, It was natural for outsiders to suppose that when Mr. Shonts came here from Chicago as chair man of the commission he would take high rank In the government and have a correspondingly nigh social status In the fabric of Washington. Mr. Shonts, who was president of a railroad, did not realize that the actual control over the dig ging of the canal had been officially placed In the hamls of the secretary of war, who was ' paid $22,000 a year. Mrs. Shonts also misunderstood her rank 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. — 16 February 1907

,1 HIT RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. Editor and Owner, !j Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. i Pul'H.li. I l:itv H . ,-l RISING SON PUG. CO. pi i!s "n i '! j ix i:.ti:.- On Vi.ir Kin M,,.tl,. in Tliri i M. nl Ik h One Month I." i Strl. 1 1 v iml.l I- i " ::it-. .1 t the ',.pt offl,-,. it K :i ti.as ..i rVr.in I t l.i-s M.ittir. IVrr. JOit'tiili-llt.. w.llltt'-l In I v r nty Will InWIl In tll' Jit.lt. Willi' !!! All new niMtii r InK'l.ilxl l"r ii.i'.ll p:itir wliotiM ri ;n h ntir offl.-' n.'t I. it r thiiii Tii.-mlnv. .f rich mik. .tml m,..t he HiKn-il ! tlie urii.-r h"t rr pil.!l- C.itli'll Ihi( .IK KliririHi of nut ll 'I if . iumr!: w. iici.dk.n. Sopii-ty Kli'or. Ai'Vt;tiTisi.'i uxrrs V'..r ..in- in h. I'lT LI llll ll i" ton IVr t vi 1 1 I i. h. !-'. r t ir,. S. f .r t' n. h. . I' t.. fi. : . -ti it', rll. n , ,i. 'i i. I . i. Ml H.I.. tt)..!ltli! .. i in. t ' li . . in ! n I A ' 111- '! I ll: 'J I .. H l ill . I r. no I Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST Tfe p.vd i rzu...

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. — 16 February 1907

ft the rising SON, WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. Etameniber please ll'i the Jlule bltt we collect here ih i lere tit enithlm ui to ran from year Ui year." LOCALS. All kinds of hot ond cold drinks at McCampbell and Houston. Get busy!. The African, American employment agency will help you. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give hep a trial. It eeems to be the Intention of cer tain negroes to hide everything that goes. Timothy Gideon a well-known character of Kansas City died Friday niornrnK. Ix-t some one read In the Rising Son what you are doing In business or society. Rev. Ridley of this city, husband of Mrs. Ridley of Rosedale, Kans., died this week. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe's burying and the Son is glad of it. Any one di-siring to buy a fine square piano for (40 please call M, at the offlrc, of the Rising Son. Mr. Horace Bolrten a representative of the Rising Son has Just returned from a trip to BotMiville, Mo. Mr. John Drivers ...

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. — 16 February 1907

GYPSY CHIEF DEFENDS RACE Says Popular Belief Crediting Them with Evil Lives Is a Survival of Old-Time Superstition. TESTIMONY SUPPORTS HIS CLAIM Massachusetts Lawyer Declares He Has Studied Habits of the Wander ing People and Has Found Little to Warrant Condemnation Have Never Been Kidnapers of Children. Hoston "H- imiiiI children, or thPirtlrt tho many lios that nro rlrrnlnttvl pypsic:) will m-t yon." nbout our iiinnncr of llfo nnd our Fur huti'lri ils of yvnvs mothers j niothoils of doing bnsim-H. Hut many nnil nurses have userl this style of nil- i limes I have been tempted to write mnuiti.m v.ith refrartory children, for ' suini-ihln!; about our jvnjili', that bime the advent of the H.vpsies into other peoplo may know them better, Knchiud from the. east in tho six- j for n.ilhinu aeonrato had been written toen;li ceiituiy, popular opinion has i that I ran find." ftjxoeiaied them with thievery and Valley Stanley Is known from Uos ki'ln.'ipim; and thriftless ways, with ton to Worc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 February 1907

SCOTCH DELICACIES POPULAR DISHES IN THE LAND OF THE THISTLE. "Cockle Leefcle! a New Way of Pre paring Fowl for the Table Hoteh Potch a Fine Soup For Seotch 8conee. Cockle Leekle. Choose a large, meaty fowl and prepare It as It It were to be roasted. It may be cooked with or without dressing. It dressing Is to be used, and the dish Is desired with all the Scotch flavor, oatmeal enriched with butter and well sea soned with pepper and salt and chopped onion Is the regulation mix ture. Into four quarts of boiling water drop the stuffed, dressed fowl; sim mer gently for four hours. When the fowl goes Into the pot add five leeks, cot Into Inch-lengths. Half an hour later add four more leeks, cut up, also pepper and salt to taBte. Sometimes when the fowl Is not stuffed it Is cut up and small pieces aw put In the tureen with the soup. A knife nnd fork are laid by the spoon at each plate, and when the soup Is served the meat Is eaten afterward on the-same plate. The fowl may be served as a s...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 February 1907

The Negro Civic league Is com prised of the following Negroes of this city: Rer. Jesse Peck, ner. Samuel Dacotf, Prof. O. N. C.rlshnm, W. V. Yates, R. W. Poster. M. J. Har- anl T. W. II Wil am fourth anil last quarterly meeting. The ladles nr iriarltiK for thfl church haz.ar PVbriuirv 12. lit and 14. Yihi arc ;ilav welcome at Hums. SAPIK WASHINGTON. Hi-solutions of the Ixinstoti Uric pal Ions: We, The Colored voters. h an as fiinlil.'d inootlnK, dnce our self on record with all the Neiinus of Statu of Missouri nsainst the tmmtv saury Mini Crow" car, which is a humi'.ia tim to the entir' Negro race. KKV. A. A. (ULHF.HT, S. R. WOOI.RICM. Committee. In rcjily to the credit OM Itrn Tillman Is giving llnoker T. Washing ton for being prcat, his father hav ing been a white man. lit nii say here, that well thinking people know this to be a fact, ami mothers and fathers have watched It. from tin. arliost existence up unt;I the pros ent time, that the traits of character ri from the mother in...

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. — 23 February 1907

, 1 ' It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Con for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 11)07. N HIRER 24 BI8HOP ABRAM GRANT, CHAIR MAN OF THE KANSAS CITY DELEGATION OF NEGROES TO JEFFERSON CITY. He Wat Made Permanent of All the Delegations In tire State. Chairman the En- The Right Rev. Bishop Grant was born in 1848 In Florida. Columbus county. He was born a slave and wa3 at one time sold for $0,000 In confed erate money. At his very birth lie displayed remarkable genius. It Is said at his birth he uttered the first words "Slave, mamma, free." Thus Ty showed the rare ability or a man, am the birth of another real genius. president of church extension, and at present Is head of the financial board with headquarters at Washington, D. C. For many years he did great work In Africa. He was made Bishop In 18S8. Hp Is presiding bishop of the Fifth district with headquarters In Missouri. This district co...

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. — 23 February 1907

tut mm If the stupendous undertaking of certain English capitalists is carried out ti a successful conclusion Darkest A'rica wli; Ihth'.iu' Lightest Africa, f-r wi'h 'tie unlimited power of Vic toria lal's on tho Zarnhesin harnessed anl H;intnutcJ Into electrical energy lic:v will ho no limit to tin- possihill tiis resulting therefrom. Tho breadth f the falls is ... .0 feet an 1 the fall of the water is 3:i' feet to the gorge be low. Tills energy now giving to waste Is to he utilized and the electricity gem-rated transmitted over WtO miles to the gold mines ,i' Johannesburg. How hold such pian Is can he appre ciated when it Is stated that the long est transmission of electrical current up to the present time Is only a littlo over ITiti miles. And so if the project succeeds it will not only mark a marvelous development In the hand ling of the electrical current, hut the labor problem of the Hand will find easy solution. The firm of Sir DottK las Fox and partners arc the en gineers in...

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. — 23 February 1907

Mbttebs QUALITY OF TACT REALLY LITTLE MORE THAN COM MON POLITENE84, Simply Mean Avoiding 8aylng Thing ' That Will Hurt a Friend Pit falls for tha Overaympathatie Peraon to Avoid. Tact Is a quality that Is a good bit of a misnomer! There's a species of lying that Is often called tact. "Do yon really llko this hat? Mme. Cerise Bent It home nearly a week ago, and I have been trying It on In every pos sible angle, and have almost made up my mind that It Is not my style. Do you like me In It? Tell me frankly." "My dear, It Is perfectly ducky on 7011! The prettiest hat I have ever seen you wear." And then, as we three part at the corner Lady Tactful says: "My dear, she looks a perfect pig In that hat! But, after all the nice things she said about my new furs, I couldn't tell her so, could I?" And I said "No." What else csuld I say? There's a long distance from her method and that of the horrid creat ure who prides herself on her "frank ness" and who In the expressing of It rides rough-sho...

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. — 23 February 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. t'iihlihii1 Kvcry Wnk RISING SON PUB. CO. W1I.SOX IWWSON. Ilu.-iness Manager. PtllSCIUPTlON HATKS One Ymr Six Month 1 Thnr Months 4il tn Month 15 StrUtly puiil In niKiim.-. Knt -r. it lit thr r.ict orfliv nt Kain.i t'lty. a Sicoiul Clns Mutter. 'orrmpnnili-ntft want.il H v rv rlly niul town In tins i. ilr. Writi- u. All ni mninr iiitMiilnt for imbll I'.itton Hhonlil riiuh our uffn-- not I.Mir thfin Tii.'j'ilnv, of , :n !i wct-k, anil tniiM I-,- ulumil liy tin- writir not for )nli!l- atioii tu( ;m Kii:ii.int of authority. HOKACi: W. 1!UKN. S'Hitty Kilitor. AIVKI;'nSINi tt a n:H Tor ii l-mortton o h Mlt'J.. nio-iil t hr f niont hs. . o month . . . tiini- iiioir.li t v i i tiioni h I r ! rtnoi. h'iT t t 'i r t i r t . r two '- ' i .. ' 1 mi i 1o on K. ml , li.' !o Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid eirculat on of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined circulation of all ...

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. — 23 February 1907

Klotex Waiters' WToviraa-l SSclltloxi. the rising SON, WIU30N DAWSON, Business Mgr. Remember i1eiiKe It's tne lltUe bin we collect hem sna uot fiat enable, lit to run from yenr to LOCALS. All kinds of hot nnd cold drinks at McCumpbell and Houston. Oct busy! The African, American employment agency will help you. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. It seems to be the Intention of cer tain negroes to hide everything that goes. JjoI some one read In the Rising Son what you are doing In business or society. If you are out of work call on the Afio-Amerlcan Employment agency, 1M)5 McGee St. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe'a burying and the Son Is glad of it. Any one desiring to buy a fine square piano lor $40 please call M, at the office of the Rising Son. Mr. Horace Bolden a representative of the Rising Son has Just returned from a trip to Boiwivllle, Mo. Miss Nellie Love was married to Mr. Lester Davis of Qulncy, III. Miss Lo...

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. — 23 February 1907

FEUD IS RESULT OF A REFUSAL TO KISS BABY Whole Section in Trouble Because of Unappreciative Man with Grouch. COMMUNITY TAKES SIDES Bill Dunham Open In Hi Declaration That Ollie Kebler Shall Yet Beg for Privilege He Scornfully Refused Kebler Had Loved Pretty Little One' Mother, and There Is the Root of the Whole Trouble Fight So Far Hat Been Interesting, with Further Develeprranti Expected. CyniM.ni i () Four hundrt rt and FiMythr Mi ?! person have kissed Utile ! a.i t Dunham, n-ed four ! month. mid three days The tally In- ; eludes Paw Downing, who travels fori AlcKoehun. Helstand Company' i grocery, and the five candidates for ollice in Pike county, Ohio, who vis ited during the recent campaign. v.hich are about all the visitors tho little hamlet, set down in tho beauti ful Urush creek hills, has had recent ly, or at least as recently as the com ing of Miss Dunham into the world thai has welcomed her with kisses. Hut despite the fact that she has been kissed by more iersons than an...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 February 1907

3 Round About New York Gossip of People and Things in the Great Metropolis GIVES COSTLY GIFTS AT BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION NEW YORK. With gold and dia mond sleeve buttons and pearl necklaces as souvenirs for his men and women friends, Nathaniel P. Moore, son of one of the chief owners of the Rock Island railroad system, gave a dinner the other night that cost in the neighborhood of $20,000, and takes rank with repasts that have gained attention In the imst. It was In celebration of bis birthday that young Mr. Moore mado his friends his guests. There were about 15 couples pres ent when the dinner was begun after a visit of most of the party to a play house In Hroadway. Sonio were on the stage and Joined the others after the performance. For the most part the men were intimate friends of Mr. Moore. The young women, with few exceptions, aro playing In theaters. The party was held in a private room WHEN the Thaw trial is ended, and the smoke clears away from the field of battle, how will the...

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. — 23 February 1907

The Nc;ro Civic l.rnnno Is com IilcJ (if ha fulloMiitf NuRTorA of this rlty: Ijrv. Jeap Vock, W'v. S.nmit I ',ncoh Prof N. (Ir'siiuin, W. W. V ale. 1. V. Fouler, M. .1. lt:ir- nul T. II Mil ;iiii.M fourth titi'l Inst quarterly tin'ctlnn. The laities Hie tiimltiK for tho rlnin-h nnr February IS. II mid I I. Ymi pre iilways tw-lomun nt Pnrii S P!I WASIIINCTON. ii tin' I ,i'i:r.-''in l''-!r V". . 'I',- f l .r. ,1 oU- . an !'... i t:r v 'r nu ii'u. ; , t;,.. .. ; y V . -i": ' i a: !..n: : i ': m en .' i : ' ' .-.v. v. is a l.,iii:ilut- 'i n t. t!:.- . N ,-, i.n i . a . i;ii.iu:in s. 1;. wuoi.tMcn, Committee. l:i !!! t, 'Ii (: ! t Wn Tihuviu i l! I !...),. , T. Wiishitia t 'n f ! I c c:v.'.t, liis f llhi't J l n !::.; I -'ii a !'.: man. let im say I i': i', tl. i' t ii t!iitiM:i.: people Know tV.U t" 1'0 a f.ioi, anl iiiiitliois ami fa'lni- li.iw unteliril it, ftotn tin. i;liist I'Xistitu up until t lie pros cut time, that tlit traits of character i fnmi the timthcr Ititn the main clitl ...

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. — 2 March 1907

i I V 1 T It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1907. NUMBER 25 Hanging over the negroes heads in the state of Missouri 1b a "Jim Crow ' bill which wag introduced by certain legislators for the purpose qf pushing the negro to the wall and junking him cringe before the onslaughter of the white man's prejudice. This bill would be depressive from many standpoints, as it would have a tendency to curb his Joyful spirit and stem his ambition. If the bill would paHH it would make the negro in Missouri forever republican. If it dwB not pass it will cause some ne groes to be Independent voters. Any state that would pass a Jim Crow measure only retards the progress of the state. The negro is an ilnteral part of Missour) and if anything is done to retard the negro it also ef fects the component part. Machinery moves In harmony and If the small est wheel is broken or b...

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. — 2 March 1907

"Unwritten Law Notable Instances of Its Application. -Tra Application Bereaved tbe Emperor of Austria, Who Took Xo Revenge for tbe Killing vf His Son Prince Baldwin ot Belgium, Heir Apparent to toe Throne, Violated Its Provi sions, and His Sla ver un Indigo n.int Husband, Was Sever Troubled by the Authorities- It Has a Relation. Too. in Jin topean Countries to the Duel, to Cheating and to Suicide. According to U the Co-respond' tut in a Pii vrce Case Is Ex I ected to' Per u re Ihm-rit Like a Gentleman' V tales Stan ford While Was AttuallY Caught in tbe An of Insulting Mr? Ilarrv Than. Her ,. hand Was Sot Just i6ed in Kill iuC fh:n I'nderthr I'd nttea La .. Of all the popular phr:iso of the Kti tiii.-h latimiam' Uifru is nono 1 lint is iiioro r.ilsnsi'cj atbl niisiniiliTsiiinil t ban iliat nf "unwritri'ii law." Anil just at tho i.resi'iu tinn: it is on every boily's lips in coimei'timi with the trial for murder of Harry K. Thaw. To JmK'o from jidpular comment, one would Imagine that....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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