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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

1B 1-THE T ADISON J URINAL. l-vREE RIG ., Publisher T L L , ADI ON .il-i , I S N , N T I i , 1 , 1..1:; -. \ I l - . N lE 110. ~u i.erTA L 'IA t, IISIN i'\111,II)'.AN ,,l l"Il \',.! i ZII. " I:\ 1:11..-I!, •---- • m I i l li nm state Capitol News Notes SESSION ENDS IN JUNE Features to University Corn. mencement Program. SNewspaper Ur!on sews Service pass Rouge.-The Louisiana State ty will close its 1,12-13 " es. joae 2. Some new features have aded to the commencement ex this year. " a graduation parar' wh~- h ggsd by Lieutenant .Roielle, d bnt of cadets at the univer This parade will be on the or the annual graduation parade at West Point. It is the first on the program and will take may 30. tely after the parade E. R. will deliver the valedictory on the campus. afternoon there will prob is a dedication of the memorial the university by the class of 'The class has seen fit to set a t by leaving a memorial to rsity in the form of a "Great Way" for University Avenue. plea i...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters j'Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist A good bck i a good friend. Never n.- ,.tr ,'h. r . l :r th!, .  al Trusting a pt r-on nlakc ,s h t:I 'ru t worthy. Nature rnave b*t rays a la:i who loves her. A small waist may rman ta !, -" ' !(, tor's brir Intetgrity is tlhe arch:t..et of th, ideal honme. Cleanhlitss tmay b,. carri.d to, I: for family com,:urt Ilomemakiug is as in:l, :::.t ai housekeeping Some mruen s« em to have l itarned ti say "no" from the mule. When somn pe-optl, ak ',, tr adll j It is only to flatter you a 1:ttl,. You can't cross a lazy nn'll: farmo without gettinlg burrs on .e or cilth A good neighbor is one wholi r.tlus~ to lend you the tools you ought to buy for yourself. The hardship that ke.eps come p o pie down is the ditcutly of ge.tting up in the morning Most any poor man's excuse for not being rich is be'tter than sorme rich man's excuse for not being poor. The man wI:o to aches the...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

he Cases of Alice Clement jaue Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper The Clue on the Keys (Copyright. by W. G. Chapman.) • , ,q suppose." I had begun, ti "chance often plays a big ye part in the catching of tt crminals." L Miss Clement and I were chatting between acts at one of the theaters. She D jlowed her eyes to narrow a bit. . -Chance has a great deal to do with , is a way." she answered. "There Hmany a time when chance will give tl the lead to a criminal, but it takes a detective instinct to work the case T to where the man or woman may tl aesaht. And it is not everyone a t will take advantage of the chance ci it is offered. That is why there . nso few really great detectives. Not tl !jry person can see the opportunity f, a saall chance. And then again." d  added, "there are those who h g .I-t-lsdang yourself," I supplement- A fi all." she laughed, "I had no bust- tl a is the case, and to tell the truth, a fI sever been credit...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

MIADIS()N .i( 1'INA1i. !' .... . --.. F-rn ; - - Oicial .lournal of Madli1son Parish OMfial Journal of Sehool noard. fiial .lolurnnl ,f Levee Board. *'Orfial Jour:nal town of a']ellulah 0UBLISIIED EVERY SATURDI)AY. TERMS '1W seWW4(RIPlr ON! 1.50 IO'IR ANNUM. aro tmE rM'ENn'. I:l'ditor. KU E nt or 'le .inn . In. 19.0 . at . T alinh l Ibh. IT... noq qPon-r.elgaqqn mail vilet mnttar, tinder Act of C:ongre~ k e of March 13. 1H79. . The .TOIrTNAI. is not rpamonsihlP for the viiew and npinirnn of rorrespondentq vo aeppearing in IttR enhimna. ". Tli RI, A NEW IIGIHWAY fOR MADISON. WC --- ha The mass meeting of' citizen, ai held at tlhe ( 'court I, mouse Titesd ay" t ntion of the 22n(1' for tih Hi purpose of discussing siack water w navigation ill Iulndaway Bayoui, in, 'was a very ilmlprtantll meet.ing. a It .c.nllsidiered ia questionll of vital " imprtanlee to the' town iof Tal liula:: the planters who livel alonlg its course, and the parish as a fa whole. A detinite tstep was takeni ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

At the' hi me o'f Mri . Virt Se veir. in Friday ev3 ninig, AMrs. T. F. Ward .tetulrt:: iuei at. 'ar l1s for lh.r guet, Mi's Mtary .ohlin oln ,,I lrt \f ,rt rth, 'T'xas . Mrs. 'Ward hald Ila i1esi to eintrtaiii at helr lnauiful Idplanttin iotute ' at "( ret".selt" lIut went her con dition sugges'ted thi' ihta that it awull Ie ea sier to I1 theI party to the p1.op"l than it vwould Je to m-ove the ipo(h1le 1to the party. l'his was ihoIne and while the young ti'a'dle of Tal lulah were di|aplrinted at nltl getting to gl iout to "('resctt'll ,"t ºnothing was l-nt in the gramious t blopitality of the lhostess or tlhe genuile pleiasure of the guests. The hItnlioreti. Miss Ihnslll was gowiled in a beautiful creation of ehr,raideredi chill',rn over uies cline with trinllnings o(f light hlue. She is very popullar here and was 4most happy anld charm ingol this twNeasionl when suir rfoudedl by s) nany of her t friends. Mrs. Ward was assisted in re ceiving and serving by her sister SMrs. Sevie...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

¶STOIAUN * . SINGER. SMAlIW DTLADIlINGIR Miw, ~8.-4tWI1 cvP~k SYNOPSIU. Agatha Redmond. opera singer. starting fbr an auto drive in New Yrrk, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. leaing the car. she goes into the park to read the will of an old friend of her mother. who has left her property. There she Ui accosted by a stranger, who follows her to the auto. climbs in and chloroforms her. James Hambleton of Lynn. Mas a. witnesses the abduction of Agatha Red mond. Hambleton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. lie secures a tug and when near the yacht drops over board. Aleck Van C(amp. friend of Ham bleton, had an appointment with him. Not meeting Hambleton. he makes a ,a:l upon friends. Madame and Miss Melanie lt,'. aler. He proposes to the latter and is re fused. Melanie explains that she Is of high birth in a German principality, from which she had fled to escape an iuwished marriage. The three arrange a coast trip ona Van (amp's yacht, the s G(lull. Hambleton wakes up on ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

che Is aWarning uarsands suffer - ills unawares knowing that bkache. head ý,i du!i.nerv (i y" all tird n are otten kidey weazk e. vwho suf constantly fr,,m be should sus- [ the kidneys irregularity esecrenlns may the needed Doan's Eidney have been cur Sbat kche and kidneys torov er A North Daiouta Case ' " ' , -r.I l.to . r I".".. fe t ,,card I felt ut:-,'r , I· , ,' " l' % ·t,." I .a md s" a d n. " u : !.. t "t . ' l ,I 'a...: ou n to thst since, tUP) i&45." n."t. r fa: .".1 tue." at Dosa's at Anyr Store. 50e a Boa DOANll KIDN , EY' BOND'S PIlS for the P urL Bilioune, CO.. ConBUF tiption, sad similar ills. MERIT was our ec. Not bow "cheap" but bow w could make them. seraordinary success of BOND'S ibdsa selely to their MERIT, not and misleading claims of CURING LATEST FASHION MOTE . Is a wise pr.autsnn iane t r  . sin g l dlleate bcstr7 ,t ..w l, r tih. ,bes gasI tb.eu on " Mtny ;p. ph. ,prtnkis SsatMl pti" pow*lI.r, A't."n'- F,.t- Kase, bass. afinnd t hat it ayves ii."..t ast ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

*STOIAN 7 * . SINGER I MAlRTWA DITLINGIR ,,u~-aeMA j- 15?/ £FiA2B.- fftLLC VP SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond, opera singer. starting fbr an auto drive in New York, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. ln.ening the car, she goes Into the park to read the will of an old friend of her mother. who has left her property. There 'he UI accosted by a stranger, who follows netr to the auto. climbs in ard chloroforms her. James Hambleton of Ly.nn. Msa . Witnesses the abduction of Agatha Red sMond. Hambleton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. lie secures a tug and when near the yacht drops over board. Aleck Van Camp. friend of Ham bleton, had an appointment with him. Not meeting lHambleton. he makes a cal upon friends. Madame and Miss Melant, Ite y aler. He propoaes to the latter and iw re fused. Melanie explains that she i of high birth in a German principality, from which she had fled to escape an uinwished Marriage. The three arrange a coast trip on Van Camp's yacht, the lea Gul I Ham...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

che Is aWarning nmds suffer - aills unawares knowing that - b.he, head sad duli.ner - i szy. all tir ed l are otten Skidney weak vwho suf- rI aonstantly fr m beshould sus irregularity besecret: nos may the needed tleaieeded doan's }idneVy have been cur h a k.che and kidneysforover years. 7, . A Nerth Dak ta Case C J Tyler.('canwl % ,. ., " My f, ,t I s wern.sw.. lF atJ.I I i ,' n gr sand I It : ui-.l'"'', " I'".,, Kihlt.y I i . 91311 -1 1 .''r l i !.l, " ',,1t,[ ',''.,..un tI y un e, ttl e has n "vtr 1 ....d rue." get Doa's at Any Store. SOe a Boz P OAN 'S PILLS URN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Merit Has Made d's Liver Pills word through the South. veospared neither time nor maney BOND'S PILLS for the cure Biliousness. Constipation, snd similar ills. MERIT wa our se-t. Not how "cheap" but how of ceuld make them. a oerdinary success of BOND'S eidad ailely to their MERIT, not sad misleading claims of CURING LATEST FASHION NOTE I Is a wise pr'.: au: ,n ..?l'* n.t ..tin ;n a delicate h stlry ',...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 May 1913

BAPTISTS CHOOSE NASHVILLE FOR 1914 SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION DISCUSSES MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS. WOULD EDUCATE MEN FREE Question of Allowing Women Dele gates Goes Over for Another Year. Fund Is Growing. Western NewsoDner Union News Servce. St. LouIs.-The Southern Baptist convention chose Nashville, Tenn., ani the next place of meeting and fixed May 13. 1914, as the date. The Rev. Dr. George W. 11cDaniel of Richmond. Va., will preach the convention ser mon. The Rev. Forest Smith of She-r man, Texas, was named as ;,lternate. Nashville was chosen after a (on test over the proposition to make Chattanooga the permanent meeting place. A movement which has been going On quietly for several years to organ 4se all the Baptists west of the 11is slasippi river.into a separate con\tn tion was met by the introduction of tesolutions by President E. Y. M illins of the Southern Baptist Thrologic(al Seminary of Louisville, which were adopted expressing feeling of fratr ilty and sympathy for the work...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TI FEL 14i{OS., PublisherM TAL 'LULAI, MADISON I'AISII, LOUISIA.NA, SATI'Il)AY, 'MAY "1, 1913 NIE .I.IIS-- I. I NO(. " UP THE STATED! ROUGE IS NO LONGER W!nst Og ENTRY--ABOLISHED charte PRESIDENT TAFT. chard cork, o- cot . ·tory. AID TO SUFFERERS l ,she Stion --flower Dstributed to Flood Vic- hi o. ly Those Destiute hi l Aided. o? thi -recor wpayer Trtlon News Servlice gouge.-Baton Rouge di .ov- l .weels that the port of entry lin at Baton Rouge so long labored the a abolished by order of Presi- the H. Taft on March 3, just es, left office. backs was discovered when an ef made to secure a deputy of lb agent for Baton Rouge ad l this with the establishment soback consul here. for r er can be set aside and the f entry for Baton Rouge re The amount of shipping that KNII done out of Baton Rouge necessary. During the past Hold and a half sixty seagoing docked at the Standard oil West the wharf is enlarged this Ne there will be an average of sessi a week to dischar...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

VETEANS TO MEET ON BATTLEFIELD Big Reunion of Survivors of Civil War at Gettysburg on July 1. 40,000 EXPECTED TO ATTEND Men Who Wore the Blue and Gray to Again Gather on Grournd Made Memorable by His toric Conflict. By EDWARD B. CLARK. first four days of July the t battlefield of (;a.ttysburg. l'a.. v ill again bh the sa.crn, of a ntietring of the BIlue and the k Gray, but this tim+n they will nt.-rt in r amity anlld affection. A half ce.ntllr) w ll: have passed - inrlc' last tha-., ' 1,1'1 :at t o t great Ame-nrican arnli, > maet ot tIiN i northern field. Thern th lly - . er", fac' v to face in de:adly conftlict, fr the is-et, f it was wall understood to bath ,or.- n tending forces, was th..e 4~-(4rc.n ,iI the' southern cause, or the baginlninrte of it. II defeat, to be followed by thE restara I1 tion of thi. In':on as it hadtl te a n-a , Ietr i the fir.-t shot was tiraed ua Forrt umnt ter. The I'rniftd States t:,a .rnmilent andl .; the govnarnlniiit of r; 1 rl "-,ver sta, - in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

le Cases of Alice Clement Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A Righted Wrong (Copynright. by W. G. Chapman.) HAD l al.tened to the or- get st chestCa. I had nodded the c over a letter as I sat in that I -- W the mnt.tniinte balcony work of one of ('hicatgO's great '". hotels; I had watched the 'you crowd Ini the lobby below somrel eyes aw ire tired--and *till knows agent, due long bi-fore had Ar I n'at ed another lifteen to mu) other twetvty- aid theft, :nil g - elevator there cmerged a . Ly drsse'd Vo0anll \ los. cooki that ot happiness atdl I wu ig spoke of joy. 'and been having more fun." she o.\' gltedly. but, looks that .way." I answerel jok- " holding up rmy v.atc'h. seated herself litEide me anid F\i,.r palling off her gloves. thl i 't seen the inside of a ipoli' t today," sh," b,.(ganI. Instead for , doing--guess ihat ' hea, Sive up." dlo a heed judge at a bat'y show. s il dier were nmore( cute little kid- ha ere than I ,ev\...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

Madison Jounal.I P~Up BR3D YEVRY SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. Orrice TrELEPHuo N UMxnR 7. Offd Jemsu of Mdiseu Pari. I Official Journal Fifth District t Levee Board, Slehool Board. Police Jury and Town of " Tallulah. $1.50 Pa AxuM is ADVANCE. I t Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallt lah, La., as second-class mnail matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. t - . - - - -- I The JOURNAL is not re.ponshible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its ec.lmns TALLtULAn Lt... MAY 31, 1913. Yesterday was Decoration (or P Memorial) Day, for strewing - lowers on the graves of the Nor- e thern Soldiers who died in the nal Civil War of 1861-65, ' and it was observed throughout 4i the United States. The day was not established by ,any act of national legislation hbi by an order issued in 1866 by " General John A. Log+n, then mander-in-ehiof of the So tyof the Grand Army of the P IRepublic, an organization of the g' s:.rvivorn of the United States eremiduring the Civil...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

cial Notes. as Carrie Herrmanin of \ ieks- t was a visitor of Mrs. iR C. a last week. lls Annie Ward was in town week. care gl,.d t, learn that Mrs. Abernathy, is improving arecent and serious illness. _ir. . D. Johnson spent the a part of last week in New , t. Jeff r. Snyder made ap iaess trip to St. Joseph yes- ti tl Jessie Y. Bonney went t0 ,burg to attend commence at All Saints College. P . J. S. Agee entertained a friends at cards last Satur- P drsernoon. I .R,. Paul Gaines made a tl trip to Newellton to day. tl  rurtis Agee entertain- I class and a few friends w delightfully last Friday _J. M. Powell and children o ' guests of Mrs. Smtiba. Dancy Mc.Dowell of For- b l Fork spent the week end of her sister Mrs. DeMoss. h Florence Pierson returned to Friday after a very pleasent 81 with friends in Alexandria. C Frank Braun and little t ter are the guests of Mr. /Ms. A. Braun. Robb is visiting her d Mrs. J. B. Stone. p D. Pawell and E. Nelson w .unday last in Tallulah. cl Oraig ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

STObIN N * e SINGUR, A MmAI IANGIR CMaAZI 7W/ 7AMi M5 -Wfff##LL C10rPA#Y SYNOPSIS. Agatha Rtedmond. opera singer, starting for an auto drive in New Y. rk. finds a stranger sent an her chauffeur. I.eaving the car. she goes into the park to rea0 the will of an old friend of thr mother. who has left her property. Thler. shl. Is Sented by a stranger, who follw her to the auto. clitmbs In and rtloro;-.,rttts her. James Itarnbleton of Lynn Ma.ss.. Wltnesses the abduction of Agath;a it'.d mond. Hambleton sees Agatha for-.:,!v taken aboard a yacht LI , . I s. n i r. tI t and when near the ytctht dr'oips over heard. Aleek Van ('amp. fri. i , i f Ii.m hleton, had an appointnr.mnt with Linm Not meeting IIttrnhleton. he uiak.- n ':,i1 In.ul 'I friends. Mt nn., and Mis e.lar. i It. v nier. ie proposes to th., lett.-r and It re fused. M.lanle explains titat shle a of Ilgh birth in a ( rrmn: n Irtin,'ip:thitv. trnt. which she had fled to 'ac:tt)t. ait urtwit.hed marriage. TIh. three arrante. a ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

ONE RAY OF HOPE Little Man Knew Too Well rcefulness He Had to Cope With. Un enthusiastic canvasser, sounds of battle raging ºot pnt evnt his knocking and worn little man ered expr'e:-ion opened it. expatiated on the beauty, and usefuln-,'.s of the book . All was of no avail. At t thought struck him. this book Iridded covers corners an:d would cover s cheaply to match." pa. one showed a gleam of a e gere'd a bump on his big bat the gleam faded. /, Y no use," he said, dole -~egn would still be the tlat a ON CHILD'S FACE i th N eo. 5, I.exington, Tenn.- do` boy broke out on the face . terrible disease, eczema, a  s just one month old, and t sure it would kill him, cor our other baby at five l M. It would break out in th' gd scab over, and he cried I alght. I thought that there bu for him at all. His face and burn so bad that I had ittle hands down so he could th his face. a at once to have him w be was seven months old tlte worse all the time. I sent a box of Cuticura Ointment lab era...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 May 1913

BULL IN A IGHT WITH AN ELEPHANT Queer Combat Is Described by an American. FORCED INTO BATTLE Smaller Animal Was Not Scrappy and Jumped the Fence Several Times In Attempts to Escape-Finally Killed by a Toreador. El Paso, Tex.-H. F. Lang of Phila delphia, who stopped over in this city a few days ago, thus describes an in teresting incident which he witnessed in Juares, Just across the river, in Mexico: "I was walking down Mesa avenue, some few days ago, when all at once I heard a brass band playing the fa millar strains of Sousa's invincible Eagle.' and as I reached San Antonio street there I saw a Mexican band (federal soldiers) In civilian clothee maching down the street. Following the band were two good-sized ele phants. A canvas sign almost cov ered the last elephant. On it was painted: 'Thls African elephant will fight a ferocious bull from Chlcucha to the death in the bull ring In Juarez tomorrow, Sunday. February 10. Price for admission, $200, box seats; $150, shade seats; $100...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. _UNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATIURDI)AY, UNE , 191: NEW NERIES--Vl.. I NO. ( ' ELT WINS "5 LIBEL SUIT EDITOR RETRACTS ENT AND EX-PRESI ACCEPTS MINIMUM. WAS THE AWARD a y and Defendant Convinced and Abetemiousness of Plaintiff. per Union 4Ak aervlet Mich. - Col. Theodore won his libel suit against .A. Newett, who charged the fth drunkeness, and, having amages after the defendant the nominal damages of six ed in such cases by the Michigan. Each party to the lave to pay his own expenses. SManigan instructed the jury in a verdict for the plaintiff, they did without leaving their the last session began the air with expectancy. Ru. flying that the suit would ted. Attorney Van Ben "br the plaintiff, however, re the reading of depositions. It however, that he ignored y of some witnesses. The was sudden. plaintiff rests," remarked the James II. Pound, in a matte: mmaner. William P. Belen of who, with Horace Andrews was Mr. Newett's at ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 June 1913

UISERT LURE FATAl Chicago Woman Ventures To. Far Into Sahara. Taken Far on Litter-English Mis slonaries Minister to Dyin3 Ameri can When the French Deny Her Needful Aid. ('hicago.-A dramatic account of the death of May AlIlJrt. the Chicago planiste. In a lonel:; sun baked town on the edge, of the Sahara desert. Is told in mails received by her fric nds In Chicago. |Irief mention wab made of Miss Allport's death in the Chicago newspapers of April 20. She had ex pired in Sfax, Tunisia. on April 1l. and had been buried the following day. Miss All-iort left Chicago some years ago to travel in Italy. She spe.nt a large part of her time at the little town of Taormina. under the shadow of Mount Aetna and close to the ex quisite classical remains whic-h draw many strangers to Sicily. In March of the present year Miss Allport went alone across the Mediterranean from Palermo to Africa. From Tunis she went along the coast to 8us. thence inland to Kaira a wan, Gafsa, and Tozeur (Tozer); thenc...

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