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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 20 April 1909

u: t'l a"!*"...'"i ■■. i l . .-j1 BANK DEPOSIT GUARAN- TY AND SOCIALISM LEGISLATIVE NEWS LETTER. CONDITION F OK THIS CASS COUNTY STATE BANK AT.THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAN 000.00 182.21 802.06 Capital Surplus and Profit Deposit s $23,529.61 8 120.09 8.018.07 I.oans and Discounts Ranking House, Fur. Fix Lash $49,074.2i lotal ' ' .'«• V ;.. I Dvluvs News —Th<) deposit' The lira special session of the fr i ^tv controversy l.asreach-j Legislature, has closed and will od that wti -v wher i s < nrirJ <lown scheme is called soei munistic aad other Ugly names. The next we shall hear it will §49,074,27 We invite your attention to the above statement, and respectfully solicit your patronage on the merits thereof. c. II ISTELSOIST, I IST- MARETT, 'resid Oashiei wmm m M ■pawte-jeaj.:' Allen ITrquliart, DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. OO^pi^ETE STOCK Stationery, Combs, Brushes Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Window Glass. Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

V I : s le 3 j E- A. BIKGfiR, Publisher. } .A. I:>aper Devoted to the best Into rests of tlae ^People. ®ul «cr i M«m, $1 «o Pet VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 27. 1909. The Scientific Lessening of Crime. By JUDGE McKENZIE CLELAND. In "To-day's Magazine." el's; tlnd as the number increases Lack of science in the a.lminis- the demands on charity, of fami- tration of our criminal courts is lios left destitute, While Softs atld one cause of the appalling in- fathers are clothed find llhusfcd crease of crime. Year after year at public expense, becomes great- it fcoes on. Until now, if figures er and greater. which the Government has sup;- The present system of dealing pressed could be printed), most of with petty and quasi-criminal of- us would be astonisned. fences is an absolute failure asfar Society is to-day more than ev; as the reform of Offenders} the de- er before suffering from this lack crease in crime and the good df in the treatment of our unfortu- society in genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

Optimist Day. Folly will give place to a better kind of joyousness If the optimist can In- duce the American people to steal from the calendar the day that has its roots In English tradition as All Fools' Day, says the Baltimore American. There Is really :io reason for the per- petuation of this purely English insti- tution in this country. It has degen- erated Into a day for questionable wit- ticisms and has no signification that endears it to the minds of the intelli- gent people. The proposition to con- vert it into a day for sunshine, for cheery salutation, for the sweeping of life's way with the beams of gladness comes from the Optimist club. This Is one of the finest organizations in the . country, whose tenets are tonic, whose prescriptlens are invigorating, whose pass words are brotherly greetings. Its ends are admirable. It points up to the blue. ~ Such men as Andrew Carnegie and Rev. Dr. Slicer are leaders in the un- . dertalcing to give a realistic turn to the whimsicalit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

" — Y i WW I i | SI I L 1 n U ■ I i i III ■ ) i m I I I ■ a U BT^fXbA fttDDlXrONj cofiYRic*r nor ar j o uMtrtcvrr co OXUSTRA1XD BY RAT WALTERS SYNOPSIS. Throe girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelln and ftilse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Elise shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour root Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They weru Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by tiio ocean was rented by tho trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being tho queer-acting stranger on tho steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that ono of the men was EIlzabeth'H father's friend. The men proved to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

* >M tf -- ■ " SUN . - or & Pi •opriotor TUKCASS GOUN'tY HUN published every Ta#mitty, Is entered at tlin LliuU'i) {loatolMw as Second,'Class mutter, by, not a few^ojhera, Ever sinetf th#' reconstruction period the South has been prac- tically solid in politics. There was a time when this solidarity " I was essential to honor, and al- .Vfc ■ ;A k , ' ly, 5 RATIOS OP SUBSCRIPTION) JSingle copy per year ' 91.00 Obituary notices and cards of thanks yiilf be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line The Turks seem to he fully en- gaged in civil war. The insurrec- tionists, up' tcf this time, have things their own way, The Spanish peninsular was in the grasp of a seismic earthquake last Friday night. All of Portu- gal and ttiflob of Spain was in the shake, but no gfeat deal of dam- age was reported. " •. pi I-' \ ; • ^KbBSSBMW ItlsS) ■m PS! sill - Wwm*s % ilife IllSi §B||p fti® IBS Wk'fyf- mBmSi'' wsbbbm m KPi mm* wis mawfc ' m K# PAYS BIG FINEi On last Saturday the vtVaters Pierc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

■ w " * T / . , '' ' '. M ' <: : ■*•■ ■ , #-•. . 1 < J Z0&?Z INTELLIGENCE (Pardon seed for everyiWdy at Harris, Duncan it Fant'i. Ladies' and Cont'd fancy libse aiC. II. NelSHh't). A heavy Show fell at AriuifillH bn April 2'i. Early Amber cane seed at Harris, Duncan & Fant'a. Fish Poles and Hooks at E. II. Sheffield^. /as. E. Harris vVils a business visitor in the Burg Friday. Crystal Silks, the latest thing out, at 0. tl. Nelson's. Our line of boys clothing is h|) to date. C. II. Nelson. Cal Price, of near Lanier, was in town yesterday. Diverse Cultivator^ at E. II. (Sheffield's. I, Messrs. M. J. Bai'ron and A. L. Kelley, ot W;trren Spnngs; transacted busllibss here Friday. Teachers' Examination, Examinations for Try Pratt's Egg Frodticer on yotir chickens; will inuke Idem iiiy as never before. Cabin Drug Store. Messrs. Will Frafcior, A. H". Wiley, Homer Barbeo and Bill Skelton, ol Mill CrCek commu- nity, were among the Linden visitors Saturday. Georgia Cane Syrup at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

vlH": ' i. ■' ':-'-Ai' wi, •' i ' '"■ ' ' '■ ^ • - 4•■ ■ , • f ' Sffj® stete* ,T,( . t i ■'j liSl? h| * ?E- s Sf 'm 11 ■ . ;•- mm ' i ■' i $.. "i 1/5 • ■Sl- I !p R5 THESTATE LEGISLATURE MEACHUM-GREER COMBINATION MEASURE MAY SOLVE BANK GUARANTY PROBLEM. I" GOVERNOR SENDS MESSAGE Offering by Representative Jenkins Promises to Kick up Quite a Row. Austin: Gov. Campbell Tuesday submitted two new subjects of legis- lation. making twenty-six thus far sub- mitted. That anti-trust bill which Represen- tative .fenkins has introduced for the third time, having for its prime pur- pose the expulsion of the Waters- Pierco Oil Company from the State— that ia, to prevent Its coming back through any process of reorganization —promises to kick up criite a row, since it has been discovered that it will probably cause a lot of Texas cor- porations and citizens a great d'eal of trouble. The bill declares no person who was an officer, director or member of an executive committee of any corpora- tion con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

"• r, t ^ ,/ ' ' W' [pB' ■■ "• • ' ,*'1'. ■^r .• ij'•■■ SB 'try -N P. : - ----- - I hfl B ym ■ /■I \i n ■ ! Abinet THE WAIL OF THE VANE. 8 FICKLE aa the weather- vane," Of woman has been said. But why lay sins of wom- ankind, On my devoted head? True as the needle to the pole, Wind, am I true to thee. Blow hot or cold; blow oust or west, I turn—thine faithfully. Blow from the boreal re- gion, I Swing with thoe, straight and fair. Blow from the south, f, answer well The gentle summons there. Count woman fickle. If you must, But grant a constant mind, Unto the vane, who muat obey The all inconstant wind! Curious Spoons'. In the England of the last century, mulberries were much more popular for food than now. So popular that an especial spoon was made for con- venience in eating them. It had a perforated bowl and a spiked and pointed handle. Sugar was sprinkled on the berry with the bowl, and the berry conveyed to the mouth by means of the spiked handle. There was, too, a queer marrow ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 27 April 1909

■ "• *• :■ -vIQ He* M&XWmmiHjik (rjtuWfWuWOHily Dlwlh j « •* r>\- : M. ■ ...;. .*1, 'v |g ft y':" i &n 3l f i 1- f i BEE 'i: Pi U MmBBmnXH m m/; *"-A' '• -!• • vf I I I M m ?■• i n B Til • I ■ I > • fcd i ■ Kn ij Is ..•■•>■■■ ' j ?-}•, , gyb'-k. it* . til jweSBR <-vt' IS $BHSP£- ! *quhart, DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. COMPLETE STOCK Stationery, Combs, Brushes Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, OHs, Varnishes and Window, C*las3. Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Mosely Building Lafayette St, :rson, Texas. f ,r r^as^wafl^ij A LftflSE ST ft HO best EQUIPPtD CARRIAflE FACTORY IB THE WORIP Cer-risgs*, Surrlea, Phaetons, Bugglea, Stanliopee, UHvSarj Wng^ns, Biha Waflnna, Sprlnp Wagons, Road Wagons, OaHvery Wujoris anil Cart9 EVERY VEHICLE ABSOLUTELY GMMNTEED WiNioU, Topt find C«**jr P«rt Owllt 11* OuT ©~n factorr from Cni-oluUy 6«loot«<J • eoi*t trrtunow oiven to STYLE, QUALITY Ar«9 FlKHSSi PflBBY BUSGHES °™,oV«."°a7r£i" SS PAHBV. I, Ho Urn'l 8uwt!r ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

j. K. V. II VM.lIt, Pnblisher. y A. ("*;<]m v Devoted to the bestjlntorosts of the JPsople. Subscription, •!.<« l'i r Amwnj VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1909. m ■ ■ ffjrrt mtBPfr<JrrBTKfWH!l&-MWWJMWTLieKR9B!fto±Mii*'>MfWSi OBSEBV AT10N8. From South-western Farmer. Thank God, however hum Wo, here in Texas yet, a DiflO weighs more than a dollar. Texas needs no trusts tor her gloryi hergredt- neSS is well assured; nor has her day come to be led astray by the songs of the siren. i / * # # The fact is, .a trial courb judg- ment in TeXas costs more, burns Up more daylight, and is worth" less than in any other state in the Union. Taking the publish- ed reports as ah index, theconrt- • house in Texas is more nearly the •prototype of a lottery than in ti- ny other American state. Senter. \;&7? : > Vh"! • ' * * * r{'_ Under our scheme of state gov- ernment it seems, when charges are made against the legislature, ei ther collect ively or individually that it d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

-J 1 • ' •• ■ ' ' ' , " • . . ... *,..Tu h%$M ■SEVi/ ■ SU . - HE CASS COUNTY SUN i;. 1 a. E. A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor ILINDEN, TEXAS New Us« of Wireless. The international arrangement for reporting Icebergs and flotsam by Wire- less telegraph is another great Btep toward safety in navigation. Many a good ship has gone down with all hands by Btriking an iceberg or a wa- ter-logged wreck at night, which some t)ther ship has safely passed by day- light a few hours before. Under the new arrangement the immediate re- port will be repeated to every ship anywhere in the vicinity of the danger, and extra precautRSSi be taken to avoid it. Incidental^- the work of our gunboats and revenue cutters which destroy many derelicts will be made the easier by the constant existence" of an up-to-date map of floating wrecks corrected to within a few hours, which will enable them to proceed directly to any flotsam in the usual ship lanes and remove all danger. Wireless telegraphy I; is performin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

¥ 1 h m I The Singer Stood Erect and Waved Hit Hat Cheerfully. Bir^tlLA MmMgiWriTf cowvcHT I tor or j o upp/neor 7 co U^VSTRATZD BY MJRAY WAZJTgRSm zM SYNOPSIS. But my last thought that talght was of Lady Edith and the look In her brown eyes as she held the little key. love la like a red, rod ro it's r.owly blown In June; $ Threo girls — Elizabeth, Gabrielle and Ellse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On board 3teainer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment in scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Elise shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Gfcftada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

>iv m ~\ INTY SUN John Banger, Editor <k> Proprietor ini.i* ' - TIIKOAS* COliNTV 9VM f'liblihht-d over? 'i'uemJiiv, in erUcruil at the i.mdt'u iioatoIll,,o n St ooiul.t lo n matter. ok subscription: Single copy per year ' SI.00 " six months ' SOucents No papers seat out without (he Cash in advance; paper stopped when tiine is out, or we lose it. Obituary- not ices anil cards of thanks *vii) be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line EDITORIAL NEWS NOTES. The Hon. ('one Johnson is a candidate for governor in 1910. The Sun thahka tfte Hon. 0 W Fant for a Copy of the new pen- sion law of Texas- As the law now stands an old soldier can apply for a pension, eVen ft he is Hot a paupar, aud retain his self- respect. Linden looked something like court ti.no fust Saturday, there were so many people in the city. Suppose it wa socold that they took the dray off and decided to come in and do their trading. It is not an unusual thing to have frost it?May, but it's not al- ways so spot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

I > ' a** T,r^ i;y*; 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Wife Cots at E. H. Sheffield's. Mlas Marie Almond VvaS in town yesterday. An up to date line of clothing bf all kinds at C. II. Nel9on's. \V. D. Greene* of Friendship U'as here Thursday. • Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Duncan & Pant's. Mrs. J. A. Bruce, of Grogau's Mill, \Vaa here Saturday. Fish Poles and Hooka at E. H. Sheffield*. W. J. .To'jea, of New Colony, Wilis in the city Friday. feuy your Shoes from Harris, buncan & Faht. A M. Allday, of New Colony was here Friday. Diverse Cultivator at E. H. Sheffield's. J. E. K;rkhind attended to business hero Saturday. Go to J. J. Story for medicine Of all sorts and all binds. xMrs. Ella Guinn was shopping in town Saturday. (ieorgia Cano Syiup at E. H •ffi eld's. J S CSS^tnaU the Sun of- fice a pleusaV call the other day. Harris, I>utjM" & F,lnt have just received* a uict> Hn'e of Genie Hats. Carl LucHdJ ^as gyrating a- hiung his fiieiJ™f'd Wednesday. L M Ledf,.raj ealk'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

r t THESTATE LEGISLATURE APPROPRIATION BILL IS BEING PASSED AND GOING HOME STAGE MAY SOON BE REACHED. £080 PROGRESS BEING MADE Sill to Stop Building of State Rail- road from Palestine. Defeated. Austin: At last the appropriation bill is being passed, and it may be that the going home stage may be reachad about the time the present called ses- sion of the Legislature shall expire by Constitutional limitation. The approp- riation bill was taken up in the House Monday, but was set aside now and then for the purpose of considering other measures. Very good progress was made upon it. Mr. Maddox is offering amendments to reduce the salaries of the negro porters in the various departments from $480 to $420, upon the plea of economy. These porters now get from $360 to §420 a year. They perform the duties of por- ter, messenger and filing clerk and are ■quite efficient. The appropriation committee decided to raise all of them to $480 a year for the reason that they are underpaid, and the onl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

i !:Ft; LEWIS' "SINGLE BIND WHAT COLORS SHALL J USKt l\ )) Kitchen cabinet WHY AUNTY'S NEVER SICK. OLKS tell me I look deli- cate, And old, and past my prime, And yet, I'm never sick a day, You gee, I haven't time. Occasionally, I feel bad, A cold gets hold of me, | But Just as I about give up, gome one gets sick, you see. recollect once rheuma- tlz Got started In my side. But Just' then brother Sam took sick And pretty nearly died. And by the time I'd nursed him 'round, And helped that wifo o' his, I felt so well I clear forgot ^ All 'bout my rheumatlz. Another time I started in With a dyspepsy scare. Then Marthy had a baby, and I had to go out there, Then Ma's back got to acliln' so Seemed nothln' would relieve her, 'And Just air she got easy. Pa Came dow'n with typhoid fever. So how on earth can I get sick? 'Twouid almost be a crime, With everybody else upset, I never find the time. Bottles and Babies. A prominent woman physician has this to say about the feeding of bot- tle babi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 4 May 1909

' UrqilliaB't, DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. COMPLETE STOCK Stationery, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Oil's, Varnishes and Window Glass. Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Mosely Building fig Lafayette St, iferson, Texas* Till; NEW AMSTEl MAGAZINE. le1 .«HP1 3 L*H8F.6T AMD BEST EQt-'tPFEa CAHatftSE FftCTPBY TH THE WfCWi.0 Carpiagos, Swrtoa, Hiaotcito, Buns'*°> Stcnhopoo, Hrbl.tg Wagons, Blka Wssnb, Spring Witgcm, Road Wagons, Btiiycrji Wagon* and Cart*' I EVERY VEHICLE flBSOLilTELY GUARflNTEEO V.tiuob, Mtai* Tops amf ev«nr Tart Biiltt In Our Owrt Foctci-y Iroia CnrcfLiSy &*Co;to<i ftlcofc. V .'•"<> fiprQIAI. ATTKWT1G* OtVCrtTO ♦ STMLW.f <?SJjfe^5TV AS9D FJB5SSW Pmm eucsies gs^anJf a ttSVSfcVS PARKY. I* Kc Ban't Supply You, WftSn «o \A distinctive artistic monthly wroose mission is ''to uplift and enliven and to out out the bad." .HUMAN HAWTHORNE Hays: "T\te suffocating quality of the orthodox magazine is conspicu- ously absent. May...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

1:1 m - fc: • ,t E. Publisher. )■ A.Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the-People. Subscription, fl.OO'Per Ar.imtti - VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY li, 1909. NO. 19. according to law. THE KANSAS CITY STAB TELLS HOW A LAWYER POPS lnE.QUfcSTiofi. ftl' s I -I .' i 1^1 ■ W / - *c-'i . v.r '\r "To Ann Bright, of Blank, in County of Blank, Spinster^ and Daughter of Edward Bright,- of samfe place, Gentleman, and of Mary, his wife—Madam: "Whereas, I, the undersigned, John Smith, am a bachelor of the uge of twertty-eighfc years, and tun and have been fof three years and upward, riOw last past, in practise as an attorney and prac- titioner-at-law: "And whereas, the net income and emoluments arisingfi'om the practice of my said profession;a- moUnt to tile sum of and up- wards, and in addition thereto I am possessed of or otherwise en- titled to real and personal 'prop- erty producing a further net an- nual income of or therea- bouts, making together with the aforesaid professional i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

mi i i i 5 i THE CASS COUNTY SUN J. E. A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor LINDEN, TEXAS NEW STRENGTH FOR OLD BACKS. IN TURKISH DOMAIN 10,000 MASSACRED No Need to Suffer Every Day from Backache. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE SEVERAL SMALL VILLAGES AO TUALLY WIRED OUT BY FA- NATICAL MOHAMMEDANS.. Let the Flag Alone. The proposal to recast the pattern of the United States flag Is a good one to Bend to limbo. The scheme as now laid before congress Is to rearrange the stars in the union Into a pattern resembling perhaps a winged gyras- cutus more than anything else on the earth, the heavens above or the wa- ters beneath, says the New York Tribune. Here is the prescription: The stars shall be arranged uniform In distance from one another, in five arcs in combination, the centers of the arcs to be the apices of a regular pen- tagon. The radius of the arcs shall be equal to one side of the pentagon, and the radius of the stars shall be equal to one-fourth the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 11 May 1909

• ill ' ^T ?!" % 'I / m > .i-'i ■vsrs jOS# ''■ &?' ' TMM SD CQPYMur I tor or 4 9UP*r*< or r CQ n^lVSTRATfSD BY RAY WALTERS LB ratfmci BY^fiLA mmn^oN rrnovr St 'WV^VWwVWWVA«/WVWWVWWl^/WiA/WA/\M^«rfW^VAA/V\A^A<V\/NA/«W^<WWWWW /VW SYNOPSIS. were lriKiiienea oy an apparently uei «<1 atrangor. who, finding a bag bcloi to one of thorn, took enjoyment In 1in4iing a photo of the trio. KUso si Threo girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Ellse—started for Canada to spend the Hummer there. On bourd steamer they were frightened by an apparently deinent- bolonglng it In acru- _ ...a trio. Kllfle shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, anxiously awaiting her huBtmnd, who had a mania for sailing. They wore Intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and T.ady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth learned that a friend of h«r father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being ...

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