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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 22 October 1896

FORGOT HIS HOME WEALTH. fie Left a Fortune in California to ! Become Rich in (Sonth Africa. Another strange discovery ha« come to light In the Hibernla Bank deposits that have been neglected for many ! years by their owners. It appears that ] Jeremiah Pendergast, long mourned as dead. Is alive and prosperous in South j Africa, where he has made a fortune. It is learned that he has apparently for gotten that $12,000 await him in the Hi tornia Bank of San Francisco. The history of Pendergast'a deposit i Is one of the most Interesting of all the i old estates that have lain unclaimed for years in the vaults of San Francisco , banks. In the first place it now amounts to $12,000, being the largest sum of all the unclaimed deposits; and, in the next place, it has perhaps been more widely advertised and more generally claimed than any other sum in the list Strange ; ly, however, nearly all the Pendergasta, save the real owner seem to have heard, \ of this money and laid claim to It, wbil&l...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

VOL. <»• NO. 37. .A.G- -A.I3ST! I IOSTAGOET McHDGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit: Counties, that they have a large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, -' Carpet?, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, *nd that the greater part o f the same must he sold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or der to do so, will begin a 1! Pi CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. , Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: 10 pieces Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. 8 pieces Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. IS pieces of Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 15 pieces of Drapery S Iks, 60c, reduced from 75c and $1. 4 pieces Pongee Si kp, 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 75c. 2 pieces Black silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 goods. • ■ - {pieces All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. ! pieces 44-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. ' 3 pieces 4r,-i m Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. ... {pieces Extra Heavy Storm Serge, navy and black,...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

The Islander CULVER BROS., Publisher* Entered at the postoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. " SUHSCUIPTION PRICE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. '2b cents per inch, ter week, sin pie eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for i'r st insertion and 5 cents per fine each wees; thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as-* '>-'r>ft>ii<«> '>(" fjoorj faith. The Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2Kb, 1896. FOR PRESIDENT: WILLIAM McKINLEY, OF OHIO. FOR vice-president: GARRETT A. HOBART, OF NEW JERSEY. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor POTTER CHARLES SULLIVAN, of Pierce For Lieutenant-Governor JOHN W. ARRASMfTH, of Whitman For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOHN P. HOYT, ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

ONE DAY AT CANTON. forty Delegations with Forty Special Trains Meet at the Home of Major McKinley. PROKOUNGEO "THE GREATEST EVENT IN POLITICAL HISTORY" Eleven States and Three National Organizations Send Greetings to the Republican Candidate. Countless Thousands Throng the Streets of Canton and Listen to His Words of Patriotism. „ Oct. I<>.—"The greatest ,|"l oration ever known" was ticai c" f |„. veteran observers of t verS k occurred here today. %!Z^ 1,,!,- lias I"'1 '"'''" it u:l- v> •"A,. Sabbath., ia which Maj. Me £T r L ii(.t bee" greeted by nuiner- SSeSI'U". but today was the great ''jjillvlvlUit the siHHrial trains bear: , t h». s,iecial wains be:u- I itiunj. of voters from both the. S 3i.«1; partly began rolling into ; ', ', .vi.l as early as 8 o'clock ™ . '';■;, visitors began forming iii £S^S! t!i.- modest lie which . (]„. \|,.,.:i lor riti/.rlis «.| nil '■;, ...,,| < (l 'ii..ns. and for men of all Sdi«rtj affiliation*. All day long 1 i "- .'„„; „| cheering, s...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

Supplement THE ISLANDER. THIV9OAV OCTOIIER 2!>. 1S!>:; WHY BUSINESS SUSPENDED. ■ Bit of History Which Will Imprest Kv<-r> Workinjjmmi Workingmeu who are wondering why the factories of the country are furnish ing so ltti pmeolelmyatne B-i-' agsaisa :ng *.> little employment and paying such law wages will, perhaps, be interested in lie following table which shows the val ue of certain lines of manufactured goods Imported into the United States daring the first year of the Wilson law. com pared with the quotations in the last year !of the MeKinley law. 1; will be seen that in every case the importations increased enormously, and when it is iv membered that all of these goods are of •I class that can.be manufactured freely in the United States, it will nor be sur prising that the factories of this country have been compelled to close down or reduce the wages paid to their employes. j A comparison of the first calendar year, under the Wilson law is made with the last-fisca...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

' • THE : SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK -HTM*"*" WASHINGTON. , Moaev Orders on all parts of the nttft' "*3 upon application. Deposits of Jriaff^nisrccc.vcdand interest paid on *'me dfPosils -. 1.0 AN on Improved Farms for M(»* rl .-,,-.,n of paying at the end of « - --!;::: ; ';;t and principal payable at T M , KK President ,»*DER C. LAX ....Vice-Presideat *:% <H.N^ • Cashier f f cocLD ___^- ffor Your Feet's Sake| i mmi I's Your Ear 1 ' Try a Pair of Our Men's gfjJESS SHOES points!, Round and Nar- | row Square Toes. j[[ Ml Tbf3 .O»nnot 1*- Duplicated Any- J where for |l : For Less Tkan $8.00. I THE FAUOUS SBOE HOUSE I I Knilrutt4 Are. aad Holly St. JJ Kiilrt.irf lre.«i Holly St. £ iff WHATCOX, - WABII. | J) I WONDER of the 19th Century the I CELEBRATED GREAT WESTERN I WOOD AIR TIGHT HEATING STOVES! Holds fire 48 hrs. with wood. No dust ! No ash es! No trouble ! Will save the price of itself in one season, over all other I stoves in saving of fuel. j The Great Western Wood Air Tight has no...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 29 October 1896

FAR* ONE DOLLAR. He Wai a Qnlet-IfOOklna- Ma«, bpt H« Knew How to Shoot. The ticket agent at Big Bend was not the man for the place, and he realized It as well as many other*. He was a nice man nnd knew his business, but ho lacked sand. The fare from Big Bend to Black Hill was a dollar, but when any of the crowd wanted to go down they handed In two or three quar ters, as the case might be, poked five or Fix inches of a revolver through the window, and called out: "Ticket fur Black Hill, and don't waste too much time over It!" The agent always handed out a ticket j and pretended that things were all j right, and the boys played It on him I till be had to throw up his Job. One day the old man went and the new one took his place, and four or five of the gang went down to the depot to size the lat ter up. When they returned to camp there was a majority and a minority re port. Bill Thompson was spokesman for the majority, and he said: "He's the softest thing in these yere parts. I'm not ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 November 1896

VOL. <;. NO. 38. .A-Gr-A-IN I! IONTAGUET McHUGH Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit Comities, that they have a large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, fnd that the greater part of the same most be sold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or , do so, will begin a II PI CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: in pieces Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price, $1. > pieces Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. 18 pieces of .Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 15 pieces of Drapery Silks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. 4 pieces Pongee Si ks, 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 50c, 60c and 75c. - Black Silk Moreen, 80c, regular f1.25 goods. \!1 Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. ieres 44-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 66c. 3 pieces 4'i-inch Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 85c. s Extra Heavy Storm Serge, navy and black, 68c, regular price, $1. ! Ktrn Heavy Figured ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 November 1896

"TYik Islander <■; i.v*;:: BROS., Publisher* Entered al the postoffice in Friday Harbor as gee »nd ".'lass mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, 51.50 per year Strictly in ad van or. AUVKBTISING KATES] Display standing ads, §1.00 per inch per month. '£> centa per inch, ,er week, sin pie •".hr.nn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wante I, For Sale, etc.. 10 cents per lino for !; <•' insertion and 5 cents pe* fine each wetaK thereafter. L32r«il notices, at customary lc^al rates. All communications to Tin; Islander must he signed with the name ol the writer, not necessarily for oulilieation, Int. is i ■'■ 1 i ii-»'i tee of <ri)d faith. The Official Yaw of San Juan County. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER stb, 1890. MC KINM v WDSS. Tlie lack of telegraphic service here renders it impassible for The ISLAND: pER this week to give its readers more than a rather meager report of the national and state elections as to de tails. Enough, however, has been re-j ceived to warra...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 November 1896

" . CHE: Sfl JOHN COUNTY BANK ..mI'IJOK. 1 WASHINGTON^ fit1 ■''' ' ' V,i«ino.s of all Kinds Danki"S Elicited. nrriers on all parts of the Mfts**3M°= cey"application. Deposit* of Sdfaro»' hedj"^ccivaiand interest paid on | ,/it's on Improved Farms for »so>-Ev nil • '„• of _,;, at the end of 1 .-..,: payable at * V> ■ „ ... .President ,v-nSK CLAKiv .. ••• Vice-1 resident :-J-,'. ; n;V " Cashier ffor'your Feet's Sake j [«nri L's Your Ear ! * | TrTil pair of Our Men's I » ' r-" ' . IggDRESSiSHOES | | 'pointed, Round and Nar roW Square Toes. j ,-,.,.■,,)• Be Duplicated Any- H ' where for I \ For Less Thau $3.00. I c | THE FAMOUS SHOE HOUSE I i puilroai Arc. Eolly St. | | SEWW-TCtX, - WASH. I WONDER ' of the 10th Century | the ! \ CELEBRATED GREAT WESTERN \ j WOOD 1 lilt I lull 1 [ISG qTAy p eg g : Hold fire 48 hrs. with no(»d. No dust ! No ;i-li- i cs! No I rouble ! Will save t!io price <>!' itself i:> one season, over ::!1 other | siovi'sin stiviiig of fuel. a Th j(iri-:;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 5 November 1896

A LEADER OF JOURNALISM. CJprlscht Character of Jamea Gordon Bennett in the Newspaper World. The character of James Gordon Ben nett ns a leader oi Journalism Is admir ably summed up in aa interesting ar ticle by James Creelman. As an edit or, says the writer, Mr. Bennett is im patient of political control or partner ship. He scents danger in every ap proach, and he will deliberately attack a party to prove that he Is not under its influence. According to him, an editor should be a man in a watch tower, out of sound and out of reach. Otherwise there would be conspiracy and compromise. Private promises are to be broken in the public interest. Friendships are to be regarded as traps for the editorial conscience. 8o Mr. Bennett is a lonely man in a crowd, a hermit in the midst of bustling life. I can tell one story that illustrates the magnificent perversity and ehrewish ness that have preserved the Herald as a historic example of incorruptible Journalism. When Gen. Crespo under took to ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 November 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 33. J^G- -A.IIN"!! If TAGDiT McHDGH •J~ : •,..... ' ,-. "■. r ' . - . Announce to the people of Whatcom, San Juan and Skagit '■' Counties, that they have a large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Hate, Caps, Boots and Shoes, »nd that the greater^ part of the same must be Bold in the next THIRTY DAYS, and in or- ' der to do co, will begin a II PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE MONDAY, JULY 20. Come and Examine What We Are Going to Offer: 10 pieces Dresden Silks, 60c, regular price. $1. 8 pieces Dresden Silks, 48c, regular price, 75c. 18 pieces of Japanese Silk, 32c, regular price, 50c. 15 pieces of Drapery SiLks, 50c, reduced from 75c and $1. 4 pieces Pongee Si ks, 30c, 36c and 44c, reduced from 60c, 60c and 76c* 2 pieces Black Silk Moreen, 80c, regular $1.25 goods. 8 pieces All Wool Serge, black and navy, 24c, regular price, 35c. i pieces 44-inch Serge, black and navy, 40c, regular price, 65c. 7 3 pieces 46-inch Storm Serge, 60c, regular price, 86c. . *3 ;; ".■■;• "\ 3 pieces ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 November 1896

HpHE Islander CL'LVEK BKOS., Publisher* Entered at the poatoffice in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 per year .Strictly in advance. ~"~ ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, $1.00 per inch per month. M cents per inch, per week, sin gle oclumn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, •uch as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents per fine each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary lejral rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name ot the Writer, not necessarily for publication, bat as a guarantee of erood faith. fhToiflcial Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12th, 1*96. The returns of the recent election in this county suggest several things. First, they must fully remove any doubt that any person may possibly have had that the county is still very strongly republican on national issues. There can be no question about that in the face of a plurality of 121 ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 November 1896

oK H(IAL directory; sT VTK OFFICKBB. ...John H. McGraw • ,veri' t)r- .■■■; i Vriior Frank H. Lnce BOWSES >*»•■ H. Price 1 'rewry <»f »tßie ~ ...Ozro A. Bowen 1,"..",.■rr-"-'--' nir;;- 1 ; W C Jones Kn*F li('? Jrni-tion ...Chas. W. Bean K?rU lie In ,-•...-W T Forrest Scoaimissioner........^ fl " n , IJie n i S. C. Hyde \in*r« sSIII<M , John L Wilson (oP , 1 Watson C. Squire " ,Ur«KMECOUBT. TJAnders ...T J Anders . y .j ,;usti <•« (•= R O Dunbar C"1 J P Hoyt A^ J"tice9l!EE::Ei^onS "■. El mon Scott , rK . T v ;jitwinn J ltWinn u-rior JuiUre ;;;;..Elijah H. Nash San? Clerk ••; Fred C. Harper joint &**%*" J. L. Murray &,ntative ••• A H Slit / r r^itor ■".'.'.'. M. Tucker (•..jsiirer • C. L. Carter l' . rJ j .'" .1. H. Nichols "omffli" 81011" ' I " .William Graham v l ;;■. W.H. Thacker attorney * Newton Jones Miff .. ..E W Harrison inewor- ".' A. P. Vaughn Karve.v" r-—;v < ; ....Kev. T.I •. Dyer K P t of school" Gco s> Wright Court H D Alliuos ~. :JHE: JUAN COUNT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 12 November 1896

NO TIME SHOULD IB T.CWW By those troubled with comtlpation in leak ing relief from Hostetter.i Stomacb Bitten. The disease is easily relieved in Its earlier stage, and as it is utterly subversive of the gen eral health, postponement of the remedy is un wise. The same holds good of delay in cases of fever and ague, kidney complaints, nervous ness, debility and rheumatism, ailments to w Rich the Bitters is particularly adapted. A syndicate has been formed to tun nel the Great St. Bernard and connect Turin and Lausanne by rail. I never used so quick a cure as Piso's Cure for Consumption.—J. B. Palmer, Box 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 25, 1895. HANDS—Fur all kinds of work furnished free on short notice. Address Higley's Employment Of fice, »2 Third Street, Portland, Oregon. Sugar was first cultivated in Maderia in 1420. Special Offer to General Store*. Dry Goods Stores, Dealer* in Notions. We wish to establish in every town on the Coast an exclusive agency for the A. If. W. Water-Proof Dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 November 1896

VOL. •>• NO. 40. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome ot the Telegraphic News of the World. .081 TICKS FROM THE WIRES lereit Collection of Item. From * m Two Hemisphere. Presented la » Condensed Form. The British steamer Strathclyde, , I Calcutta for Galveston, went Sore in the Calcutta river. rpneral wavier has taken personal charge of the Spanish army in Cuba reviewed the troops at Mariol, and Jen took up the inarch to the interior. The Chicago Tribune prints a list of I-S mills and factories whioh have re •nmed business within the past ten days giving employment to 155,495 men. A Constantinople dispatch says while counseling American mission , rißS to remain at their post* in Ana tolia Minister Terrell has advised the removal of the children of missionaries to places of safety. Three men were injured by the burst ing of a naptha retort in a straw fac tory in Milford, Mass. Their injuries proved fatal. The men were blown out of the building, and when picked up the skin peeled from their f...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 November 1896

The Islander CULVER UHM.. Publisher* Entered at the postoflice in Friday Harbor us second class mail matter. gOBCRI p-. IO1 J PXKICJS. 1 1.50 per year Strictly in advance. ADVERTISING KATES: Display standing ads, 81.00 per inch per month. 25 cents per inch, per week, sin pie Rclomn measurement. Reading business locals, and notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for o'«i insertion and 5 cents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin; Isl.an»ek must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, pat asa guarantee of good faith. Toe Official Paper of San Juan County. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, IS9G. LINCOLN'S OETXYSBUBG address. It was thirty-three years ago today the National cemetery at Gettysbarg was dedicated and President Lincoln delivered the brief address which is justly regarded as one of the most sub lime and patriotic utterances in the English language. The great presi dent att...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 November 1896

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. .... John H. McGraw n . i ".'vpr'rior Frank 11. Lnce fL\ "lUL 'J. „" Jiimos H. Price Ute^yo, £; "7 Ozro A. Bowen Sate l'rtias, u' e':.;V W C Jones BSI! 6? ,'. ltTiistriu^ioti W. Btan :a P t I'"1' 1" ■ imior W T Forrest S Commissioner...-.-- ff Doolittle -* \ S. C. Hyde . fon?^ bU , t 'r ohn L Wilson . en ,tor9 1 Watson C. Squire .^ WKW" RT'TJ Anders Chief J»etice f "'■ .' HO Dunbar 1 ■■" J P Jloyt iate Justice* i C P Stiles I 1 '. Elmon Scott „,I VTV OKKIOKKS. juwinn J HWinn cttperi" 11"1 iu!r c ". Elijah H. Nash Sty C l« * Fred C. Harper joint Senator.. ••••• j X Murray ye?^enWt A. 11. Sliter t ß ditor CM. Tucker Tourer - r ,j Carter .„_.-. J"";;.".' H.Nichols Conim I3SIOU ' | ..William Graham \ ""I W. H. Thacker attorney ■■ Newton Jones gfaeriif " ]$ \V Harrison assessor ..!!..!!. A. P. Vaughn ;. jr veyor.....--—•••••••••• ]?cv> T }i Dyer ggptoi Schools-... -..-- Gco g> Wright g n/i^Tr"u£court.^H.DAlli«o 8 :T]IK: SAN JUAN COUNTY BANK —:of:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 19 November 1896

ON THE NORTH COA»T. British Bark Zlnlta Goes Ashoro V»mx Gray's Harbor. Aberdeen, Wash.. Nov. 11.—The British bark Zinita, of Greenook, an iron vessel of 1625 tons, went ashore on North beach this aftornooon about five miles north of the entrance to Gray's harbor arid close to where the bark Aberoorn was wrecked a few years ago. The vessel was forty days out from Nagasaki, Japan, to Port land, Or., in ballast to load wheat, and first sighted land on Sunday morning about 9 o'clock, she being then about five miles off the ooast, and abreast ol Quinault river. The heavy ourrent that sets in along tb* coast, and a heavy southwest gale, made it impossible for her to stand out to sea, and at 1 o'clock she was forced to let go both anchors. This failed to hold her, and she gradu ally drifted ashore, being in a similar position to the Glenmorag, wrecked north of the Columbia. The crew consisted of twenty-seven men, under command of James Fraser, and all are safe ashore. One sailor, named Mc...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 26 November 1896

VOL. 6. NO. 41. EVENTS OF THE DAY Epitome ot the Telegraphic News of the World. TERSE TICKS FROM THE WIRES ABl"t«TPitln* Collection of Tteass From the Two Hemispheres Present** In a Condensed Form. Mrs. Mary B. Stevens, of Yale, whlie acting as chaplain of the Daugh ter* of Rebekah, at their annual session tn spriugfield, 111 , and as she was just ginning a prayer dropped to the floor gnd Hied of heart disease. \ lite rider in *ne American soldiers o f tfnffalo Bill's Wild West show, was oofit brutally murdered by a comrade in Omaha, Neb. The motive was evi dently robbery, and the murderer has fi P rt from the city, after a most remark able exhibition of coolness after his crime. Elward W. Curry, ohairman of the Democratic state committee, died in pea Moines, la., of blood poisoning, tie result of an initiation into the Elks' lodge a few weeks ago. He was seated in the electric chair and was hornlby burned b fore those operating it retl.wd what they were doing. Mrs. F >ley, a wid...

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