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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

I The MerHjr Miner. I I Vol. XI. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, November 14, J906. No. 42. jH B THE MERCUR MINER. aH iH Publl8hod Every Wednesday. CRAY & JAKEMAN, Publlthen. IS Oinco of Publication IB Next door to Postofflcc, Mercur, Utnli. BB This paper Is entered-as second-class K matter at the post ofllce at Morcur, K ( utnl1' W Subscription: i One yenr, $1.00;, six months, 75 cts: 1 thrco months. 50 cts. W Tlio nbovo prices aro cash in advance jB nnd do not apply to subscription jj duo prior to July 14, 190G. fl JA8. T. JAKEMAN, II Managing Editor, I C. W. EVER8.. .7. LOCAL MANAGER. 1 METAL MARKET. I ' i Tuesday, 30. Sliver, 70 1-4 conts; cents; coppor, 21 3-8 cents; lead, $5.75. I ; Wednesday, 31. Silver, 70 1-4 cents; , ,, copper, 21 3-8 cents; lead. $5.75. Thursday, Nov. Silver, 70 6-8 cents; B copper, 21 3-8 cents; lead, $5.7C. Friday, 2. Sflvor, 70 7-8 conts; n, , ' coppor, 21 3-8 cents; lead, J5.7G. Wtl Saturday, 3. Silver, 70 G-8 cents; "ffc4 copper, 21 3-8 conts; lead, $5....

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

I the missing MAN I H Dy MARY R. P. HATCH H Author of "The Bnntc Tragedy" H Copyright. 1803, by J.re nml FOirpitrit M CHAPTER V. Continued. H Have you no photograph of them H of otthrr of Ibem?" H 'No. I ha(cn't. Hut I enn toll you H something simmer tlian you over H heard Jn connection with this very H matter. Whether It will help you In H identifying Ashley I can't nay. Von H know I told you they took a houso on H Main street. Well, shortly nftor they H left It, nnd before n now tenant wns H found, the story got nflont that on ono H of the windows from the outBldc could H Li plainly seen the photograph of n H miin'K head and shoulders and thosu of H a woman Tlio punas are largo and H the outlines nro rnld to tin very (lis- H tlnct They are said to he photographs H of Ashley nnd his wife, nnd the theory H la that they were looking through tho H window at the rher during n storm H and a flash of lightning photographed H them Indelibly on the glnBs. Tho pic- H lures rnnnot he seen fr...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

t REMEMBER. It your local merchant doos not carry In stock Temple Ilranil Oar mKB, Itatns' Hoad Sweaters. Sogo , Lily Underwear, send your orders di rect to thn solo manufacturer. Salt Lnko Knitting Works t CRAGER WIRE AND IRON WORKS, Manufacturers of Iron fences, Dink, Onlco and Coun- tor Italllngs, Flower Stands, Etc. All kinds of fancy wlro and Iron work. Wo do Electro Plating In NIckol and Copper In nil the latest Finishes Wrlto for Prices 627-23-31 Stato St . . . Salt Lako City boys anVgTrlsT.we PAY CASH. Many bright boys mid slrls arc male Ing $5 weekly after school working for us. It you wnnt the same chanco, send , us your namo nnd address and we will send you $2 worth of our quick-selling 1 Household Specialties. Whon sold, i send us $1 nnd keep 1 for yourself. You can do this In ono day. We will furnish you permanent work. Address N. II. Oroesbeck & Co., I & ' Sprlngvlllo. Utah. I t f , ; . - f. X. . SALT THAT'S ALL SALT 1 s,t - f : . ROYAL CHYSTAL DKAND r I , , j ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

I MEET DEATH IN I ROARING FLAMES H Blunder of Railway Employe H Sends Scores of Immi- H grants to Death. H Passenger Train Loaded With Refu- H gees From Revolution-Stricken H Russia Is Wrecked and Passen- H gers Caught Like Rats In a m Trap. H Chicago. More tlian ono-hnlf the H passengers on nn Immigrant train on H the Itnltlmoro nml Ohio railroad were H fc lllod or Injured In n collision Mon- H day between the passenger train and H u freight near Woodvlllo, Ind. H Ono hundred nml slxty-rivo passen- H cerB wore on tho train, and ot theso H forty-seven were elthor killed out- H right or were burned to death In tho H flro which broke out In tho wreckage H immediately after tho collision. Tho H names or nil of tho dead will probably H never bo known, ob forty-dvo ot tho H bodies woro consumed in tho llnmes H or wero bo badly burned that idontl- H Mention la fmpoBslble. H Thirty-eight peoplo wero Injured, H nnd sevornl or theso will dlo. Klghty H others escaped unhurt, hut lost near- H ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

GOLD HID IN GUATAVITA'S TREASURE THAT LIES DEEP IN MUD OF VOLCANIC LAKE. Story of the Effort to Recover Fab- ulcus Rlchei Which Were Cast Into the Lake Centurlei Ago. Tho story of tho hunt which the , Contractors' Company, Limited, of London, has mado for golden treasure at Lako Quatnvlta, In Colombia, where It Is supposed that tho native Chlb chas centuries ago cast millions of Bold and precious stones In carrying out tho peculiar rites of their religion Is nn Interesting ono. The company has spent thousands of dollars In draining tho lako that they might get at the treasuro sup posed to be burled there, and now thoy are praying for rain to All It again, for when tho water had all been drained off, It was found that tho mud at tho bottom was 25 feet deep and , 'would have to bo washed away to get at tho treasure supposed to Ho nt tho bottom. But with tho water drained out and tho clouds withholding their accustomed molsturo, tho equatorial sun soon baked tho surfaco of tho bot tom ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

THEY" CURE RHEUMATISM H A Particularly Painful Form of This M DIsonsoYlolda toDr. Wlllloms' B Pink Pills. H Or tlm mnny form which rhonitmttam H tnkes, Hint which H impultirly known ns H hfiiiitlu iheumiitUiii iirobubly toitiium ltn H -vlollm wore tliim liny oilier. Tlmt Dr Willinnik' I'mlc Tills have ctiuil this 1 Mitbboru as vtull ns jwit tif til ttoiiblu if n H fllCl piOTl'll I IV tile following Mlltl.MIIOIlt, H lillll Mil mllTt'lIT who rillllM tills Mill II f- H ford In let iipjiiill('o MiiimI In tho wny of H trying tb'' blood-iiinkliig pills. H Khoiiiimtiim Is now gmiMiilly re- H .cwiiiiwit asiviliwiuo f tin1 blood. Dr. H William' Pink Pill imiku OL'timlly H tiuiUit pitro blood. Wlii'M tlm lilmxl Is H jiurothuioeiiii lie im rlioiiiiiallmn. Mrs H Tlimnim lSrwiiclinn, of 01 Mill stieet, H 'Wiileitowit, N. V., wivh: H " My Iriiulilu lK'tpm with u Mirerorolil H -Wllioll I tlHlk IllHIIIt, ,11 WCH.dC btfflllH H OlllistlllaM ill 1U0I I liegltll to 0 H rhctiumtio i.iiiia in my buuk nti...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

ta fiSfflp Thousands of j3y w o m o n suitor SR. dally backache. M r-!rftlj!l headache, dizzy RiiQtvt spoils, languor, vJPTll i nervousness and ffllt VQ? a dozen othor YifV I3 sjmptoms of kid- O iV noy troul,le uut fJMl BVv lay It to other KkJI M causes. Jlako no rJJj(l IaW mistake. Koop 111 Vlj' tho Sidneys wc" ilW(' aMV an'' t'lcso aches Ajl Jf" and troubles will VitL, -f disappear. , Mrs. Anthony Cadrotte, 77 Mechanic street, Lcomln stcr, Mass., says: "My sight fallod, I had sharp pain In my back and bcarlng-down pains through tho hlns. I was nervous, fretful and miserable. Tho urlno was greatly dlsorclorcd and I began to havo tlio Bwelllngs of dropsy. I was running down fast, when I started using Doan's Kidney PMls. A wonderful chango camo and after using them faithfully for a short time 1 was well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents n box. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Leaves Literature for Invention. It Is said that Gabrlclo d'AnnunzIo has wearied of lltcraturo and now as pir...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 14 November 1906

fl HIDING PLACES FOR MONEY. H Women Make, Banks of Molt Une H pected Place. H "Let's pay the waiter and get rid of 111 in," said otio of tlio group of H women who wcro refreshing them H selves In u tearoom after n morning Hj of shopping, l'ach woman dived for M Iter money, and each Into a different B place. Ono pulled her pump from H a linnd-bng; another produced her M money from a chain rolnpuiso which H hung around her neck, still another B opened a big envelope pocketbonk to BHh get at her bills, and another blushed HBV ever so slightly as she surreptitious!) BHV clns Into her stocking. BHV "Funny how wo all enrr) our nionoj BBV In different ways," mild the uoniuii BHV who had spoken first. "Hut It's not BHV nearly so funny as the hiding ulurw HBV v.u have for them nt home. Now. I BBJ always luck my superlluous dollars BBB nwn In tho top of the upright piano. I lx It so It will not Interfere with BBB tho playing, and no one d minis It's BBB thetc My sister uses tcnctips, nnd BBV ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

H I JThe Mercur Miner. I H Vol Xl1- Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, March 6 1907. NoTg. I H THE MERCUR MINER. Hl Published Every Wednesday. THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH- J INQ COMPANY. HBa omco i)ii!)llcatlon, Contor Street, Mor- H cur, Utah, H SUBSCRIPTION: M Ono year, $2. GO; six months, Jl 50; H throw months, $1.00. H Tills paper la entered an second-class H matter nt tho post omco at Mercur, H C W. BVKRS LOCAL MANAC.I3R H RELIGIOUS 8ERVICES. Tho L. D. S. Sunday schuol will H conveno nt 10 o'clock a. rn., met. 'ng B at 8 o'clock p. in. every Sunday H Krcrybody Invited. H Special Meetings. Deacons' meet- H lng Monday evening; teachers. H Wednesday ovenlng; choir practice, H Friday ovoning. J. W. Lee, Dlshop. H TOOELE COUNTY OFFICERS. j H County Seat, Tooele City. j H Clerk Iran Ajax. H Treasurer IS. M, Orme. H Recorder V. W. Kralloy. m Sheriff A. O. Evans. H Assessor J. A. MUlward. H Attorney J. II. Gordon. H Surveyor Haines Grindley. H Commissioners J. U. Drown and V H J Hammond, H ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

H Mother' Doughnuts. B 1 never go flslilir, tier nuttln', nor notlitn', H When imillwr innlten doughnuts along Mj In tlio H I'd ruthcr stay liomo and Jlst watch 'em H Thnn Kit the lt blto thet's a coin' M nil1 B A bite I ft bite, but yew don't always H kotrli B An' ffoinrtlmn yew don't never feci 'oin BBB Hut rturo ns ynu'ra shootln', ew uhvnys & Kit frlfil -cakes When mother makes doughnut nloui; 1 In The crease It h Nlztlln' And fniwlii, tike sixty BVB And mother It inonhlln' im' eultln' th' BBbH Then slap In the' rililr "lie ilniiw 'em dnilKFS BApB Geo whli, hut them Oouictinuts ih lialw pBVJ plow! H I'm nlttln' rlRht there by Ilia front of th' pBpH rookstovtt pkVH An' within' tho rlnKers wont. I huiry mid pBpB brown BBB "See here,' srz my mother, "you'll burn BbB botll your eye outl ! "I'll gle you u eookle, and now you Kit J BAbJ Hut 1 keep on slttln' an' watchln' 'em BBbb An' dodge, when tn.i dodRes, th' splat- J terln' Kteaet BbI Then mother sho hands me a hot one, J by c...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

I I THE MISSING MAN I Dy MARY R. P. HATCH Atltbar til MTho Dunk Tragedy" Copyright, IRttS. by te nd 8tieprtl CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. "No, strange as It may neem. I am nut. Tho first claimant looks more llko my husband, thu oilier Booms moro llko Mm In his vvnys, manners and speech." "Hnvo you tested tliem by Inviting their recollections of Incidents known only to yourself and Mr. Hamilton?" "I havo." "And the result?" "Neither has failed. Perhaps the recollections of Mr. Kilos (I will cnll him so) aro quicker. Ho claims to havo recovered all his memory up to last May, nulla Mr. Hamilton, as he Is called, owns to n vagueness, some times, regarding names nnd Incidents. Hut tliero Is ono thing In tho other's favor. "Ho explains why ho wont nway ovcry year In May, and Mr. Hnmllton docs not." "Indeed." "Yea; ho went In search of his twin hrothor stolen In childhood nnd sup posed to bo dead by nil savo his mow er, who exacted on her death bed tho promlso that ho would spend two weeks ea...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

H JUNES AND MINING Hl During the months of January and H February the production or copper H hag been low, owing to tho soore H weather nncl shortngo of coal. B ttverythinc; new points In tho dlrec H tlon of ono of tho greatest copper H tnlnlng hooms tho country cor saw 1 In tho Yorington, Novcda, district. Tlin Mlclilgtiu crowd thnt now con H trols the Sheba property nt Mill City, H Nov., Is rapidly rouudliivs thnt propo- R i-lllon Into shape Tor hcny produc- H tlon and earnings. H Moio thin J2,U00,0O0 has been spent H by tho big mining companies of the H Knhlnsou mining district of Nevada Hj during tbij last tweivo months foi H extension purposes. H A number of Important mining deals H uro pending nt Hnlley, ld.iho, which, B when ootiMimmntcd, w ill put n num H her or tho older minus of this district again on tho active list. H Ono-flttli of the world's production H of topper, or 300,000.000 pounds nn H nually, Is tho estimated capacity ot H Calumet & Hecla within tho next row...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

j EDITORIALS, f This paper Is on filo at tho American Mining Congress, Denver. Colorado. LET U8 BE JUST. Uooilwin'B Wuckly rccentlj had an urtlclo on tho great Confcilurnto Gen eral Lee, In which ho wns mndo to Buffer In compariRon with Grant, while tho routhern chletuln was In tho main Hpoken well of, all tho prnlso wnB din xlpatcd by tho association. Such ar ticles aro unfair and against tho un prejudiced Judgment of tho best crit ics of tho period. Grant wns a gieat man, beyond question, and never i greater than during and following tho surrender of Leo; hut, ho was neither n military genius nor an overly clov r strategist. Johnston whipped him to a finish at Shlloh and ho was boat en in every action ho engaged In whero his numbers and ndvantnges wero not greatly superior to tho ene my's. In tho prolonged struggle at Petersburg tho ndvantago In every day's fighting up to tho finish was de cidedly with Leo, who had but ono starved soldier to Grant's seven well fed ones and no rein...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

I U. S. DISPENSATORY H Describes the Prinrlpnl Ingredients H Contained in Pc-ru-na. H Are we claiming too much for Peruna H 'when we claim it to be an effective H remedy for chronic catarrh? Unvc we H abundant proof that Peruna is in real- H Ity such a catarrh remedy? Let us see H what the United States Dispensatory H Mys of the principal ingredients of H Peruna. H Take, for instance, the ingredient H hydrastis canadensis, or golden seal. H The United States Dispensatory says H of this herbal remedy, that It is largely H employed In the treatment of depraved H mucous membranes, chronic rhinitis H (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (ca- H tarrh of the shomach', chronic Intestl- H nal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice, ca- H tarrh of the liver) and In diseased H mucous membranes of the pelvlcorgans. H It Is also recommended for the treat- H ment of various forms of diseases pe- H cullar to women. H Another ingredient of Peruna, cory- H dalis formosa, is classed in theaUnited H States Dispens...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

HARDSHIP8 OF ARMY LIFE. Left Thousands of Veteram with Kid ney Troubles. Tlio oxperlenco of David W. Martin, retlrod morchaut or Ilollvar, Mo., la tjust llko thous anils of others. Mr. Martin says: "I think I havo had kidney dls enso over since tho war. DnrlnK an encagomont my liorso fell on mo, straining my hack and Injuring (ho kldnoya. I havo been told I had a floating kidney. I had IntenBo pain In tho back, headaches and dUzy spells and tho action of tho bladder was very Irregular. About threo years ago 1 tried Doan'fl KIdnoy I'llls, and found Buck great relief thnl I continued, and Inside a comparatively short tlmo was entirely rid of kidney trouble." Sold by all dealers. RO cents a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co.. Iluffalo. N. Y. Use for Hot Potatoes. Dr. Herbert Clalborno of Now York, something of nn Inventive eenlus nnd noted for good looks as well as for medical skill, suffers from cold hands In winter. And nothing will warm his lingers except hot water, a hot llro or a hot potato....

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 6 March 1907

I I A LITTLE 1 ROMANCE H They had como to (ho select board- H ing Jiimse the Fa mo week It was H cany enough to remit the Onto of Miss H Porben's nrrlvnl bemuse or the sensa- H tlon her flrst nppouiimo nt dinner H created. The Inmlliid) hml onoiigh of H llio roast left for rrixiuettoH next tiny, H all becaimc every one wns no busy M gnalng nt Miss Purlieu She was n M perfect blonde, yii ''ilishl. pretty H ways and a clnuTnUiR liinnnei Tho H Ihreo eligible onng men who board- H ed there began 'lng one imother H with dawning dltdlkc liefoie even that H evening was over. Hy the end of tho H week It was an openly acknowledged H rare between them. H Miss Portion took Hie atleiitlon con- H descondlngly nx wan the rlKht of n 1 beauty. A girl nx pietly in she i willy H could not be hlntned foi committing n fl hit: hut tho other IiosipWh wiunleied H whether sho wft not sine of sumo 1 millionaire, that she hImiiiIiI trill, with B tlohliiHon, the broker, who had a small H fortune Iwsldos: with...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 March 1907

HMHW P ' I y I t ' ... ' t ! ,.s ' w,4 ' , '4mH , The Meroiur Miner. I Vol. XII. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, March 20, 1907. """ rb.Sj" H I THE MERCUR MINER. Published Every Wednesday. THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH ING COMPANY. Offlco publication, Center Street, Mer cur, Utnli. SUBSCRIPTION: Ono year, $2. CO; six months, $1.50; three mouths, $1.00. ------- This paper Is entered ns second-class matter nt tlio post omca nt Mercur, Utnh. 1 C W. BVHIIS LOCAL MANAGER METAL MARKET. Sunday, 11 Silver, C9c; copper, 24e; lead, $C. Tuesday, 12 Silver, G8c; copper, 21c; lead, ?G. Wednesday, 1.1. Silver, C8 3-8c; copper, 24 5-8c; lead, $0.00. Thursday, 11 Silver, C7c; coi per. 24 c; lead, $G. Krlday, 1C Silver, G7c; copper, 24c; lcadll $C. Saturday, 1G Sliver, G7&c; copper, 24c; lead, $G. ALAN LOVEY. They say that tho diamond fields of KImberly, Africa, woro found by acci dent, that ono shining stono wns tho forerunner of tho greatest diamond fields In tlio world. So It happens with men. Oc...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 March 1907

B Hon. John Barrett. sH ssssE" fT- LH LLLBBHbu-sflB H rrom .t.rroirrtlh, ropjrUbt, h L'mt.rwootl A Uoil.rw.od, N Y. H Our former minister to Colombia, Just appointed director of the Interna' H tlonal Bureau of American Republic! to which Andrew Carnegie has donated H over a half million dollars for a new building to be erected in Washington. H Mr. Barrett has filled several Important diplomatic positions, among H them are: the position of Minister to Siam, settling by arbitration claims H Involving three million dollars and securing first exact interpretation foreign H extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Asiatic countries; undertook several diplomatic H commercial Investigations In Japan, Corea, Siberia and India; war corre- B spondent In the Philippines In 1898; was Minister to Argentina and Panama H prior to his appointment In Bogota, Colombia. I ENGINES RUN ON SNOW. H NEW LOCOMOTIVE BUILT FOR M NORTHERN PINERIES. H Mounted on Sleds, the Machine Hauls H Great Loads of Logs Has Novel H ...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 March 1907

Slllllli & $'K:CYLOCS,Auwofl7h&a(cctv.$6 (Cop) light. 18jS, 11IUU. L) B. It ftockotl ) CHAPTER XXVIII. Continued. "How could he," demanded Joan, tho soldier's daughter, Bhnrply, "ho was on duty!" "Woll," answered Mnrgarot, still ro sentful and unconsoled. "ho would not havo dono that beforo wo woro mar rlcdl And It Is only tho (lrst day wo havo been togother, too, since slnco " And aho burled her head In her kor chief. Tlfon carao a knocking at tho door. "Enter!" cried Joan Imperiously, yet not a little glad of tho Interruption. Werner von Orsoln stood In tho por tal. "My lady," ho said, "will you bid tho Count von Loon leavo his work and tako somo rest nnd sustenance. Ho thinks of nothing but his drill." "Oh, yes, ho does," cried tho Prin cess Margaret; "how daro you say It, follow? He thinks of mo! Why, oven now " She looked oneo nioro out of the window, a smllo upon her face In stantly she drew In her head again and sprang to her feet. "Oh, ho Is gonol I cannot sco him an...

Publication Title: Mercur Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mercur miner. — 20 March 1907

I BRUTAL TREATMENT of WOMAN NOW HIS WIFE H Evelyn Netblt Thaw Sayi She Was M Tied Up and Lathed on the Dare Hj Skin, Thaw Spending Entire H Day Whipping Her. H Now York. In ttlo Thaw trial an Hj Monday tlio much-discussed Ilummcll H Rflldavll was Introduced, with the con- K vent of llio defense, and was rend In H lull to ttio Jury. H The nflldavlt proved a Btirprlso onl H In tlio alleged severity or the assaults H llnrry K. Thnw Is Bald to have mado H uikjii Evelyn Nesblt during her trip H through Kuropo In 1003, when, accord- H Ing to the testimony of Abraham H Huniincl, Miss Ncsblt would not sign H statements which Thaw had prepared, H nccusing Stanford Whlto of having H drugged and ruined her. H In the nnidavlt prepared In Hum- H mcl'H offlco Miss Ncshit charges Thaw H with having attacked her with n cow- H hldo whip whllo they wero stopping at H , an old cnstlo In the Austrian Tjrol, H unil lashing her bare skin until slid H becamu faint from the pain and H swooned. lie repeated...

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