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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 25 May 1909

fi'.- Slllsip TBBKj ... .jmfiM ';'•' >%; ' -}':•'• '■' , "V1 '; /•'' '<• whw&£W LftWCEST ft D BEST CQiUH P£B OfiBRUCC yACTOHV IM THE WOBli) CsrrlajH, SurrlASS fimtout, Kajslt*, SteiiJiopea* Briuing V/at-cu, Utho Waflooa, HiprCng ft«|jan*, Mead Vtajono, Cefivery Vi'agctto and Carls EVERY VEHICLE ABSOLUTELY OuABANTEEw B*dlrn. Tof . rvnry I'wrt Suit* in 0*«r Own ►'•'.tary trotu S .#c:i SMlUt kir«NlfON •«Vf1 TO QUALiTY AKO F8K3SH STYLE, p«MIIY BlIEfilfcS auvn TCI- Moncr.l' « « In > • I *r,ril uuut <- ntrvln H.ir.da«<k *0«r Cua.'er lor m (f [i« Can't coj, w r I' • to PARRY \ I MODEL 1906 .22 CALIBER Extra Light Weight Repeating Rifle ■"ifcntVw ■' Sho?ts a light cartridge for "Sun" or target work and two hoavier ones for hunting.- This rifle handles .22 Short, .22 Long or .22 Long Rifle cart- I ridges without change of adjustment. It's a take-down and [ a very handy, all-around small caliber repeater. Examine one and you'll agree that it's the biggest rifle value ever o...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

I " J '' I! - j . !'• 'i: ' ■ '■ rt . ' ■ I' - : 'm- m 'Tii ' a. K. A. BlNttlSK; Publisher. )• A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. Subscription, $!.«« rer Aviwia VOL. 34. < \ ' mmmm LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1909. Unionisms. Do you read a union paper* If #btl dorit ttiu ,lru a tinion man going into battle without ammu- nition. ' « « IsFflf you know a good thin* that might help the cause, tell it; jjdtit hide yotir light do rio one tun see it. # # * i A people educated to make their living on /the farm will be sufficient to prove the good of the Fai-mers' Unioil. # # * Farm your lond so it will bring the best results to your folks and Stock; and don't let the other fel- low farm you in his own interest. # # ' The evasions and refusals to bb'ey the laws by the corpora- tions is the most conclusive evi- dence that the Farmers' Union ivas not organized a minute too Soon for the Safety of the coun- tty * * * If you can't lind a farmer after Searching yo'dr dist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

i ;J % ■ ,,wc , . '■>■ m/M ,'WK! ■ fti -** . "t PSB.3 S3 5 :i 3 1".' ■:-I .'"'-J; > 'W' im V" •i" • ! | I I y Big | m I ? I ■' n p- " 1 ,T" THE CA5S COUNTY SUN ; ■ — - ■ -1- ' J. E. A. BANGER, Editor ond Proprietor LTNDEN, TEXAS DOCTORS AND LAWYERS. Recently Mr. Bernard Shaw dellv- ered an address before the London Medico-Legal society In which he ad- vocated the "socialization" of the medl- leal profession, so that It would be possible for the doctor when not paid by the patient, but by the state, to fol- low the practice of the art of medicine with honesty and truth, things at pres- ent impossible on account of the In Blstence of patients to receive treat- ment when treatment is unnecessary, and, especially inopportune, because a doctor to-day Is of no higher rank than a tradesman, says the Interstate Medi- cal Journal. In connection with these timely remarks we would say that were lawyers employed and paid by I the state, instead of by their clients, there would take place ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

■ ' ■■§Mr^$s5£ WJmWM w§m nmLfc*Y.f.lV/i ■M0M ■n Mmm w ^WA wm& Ground It Under Hit Heel. JBOUT BT^ZllA MODDIXION COPYfUCir 1907 or •<0 UPPiriCOf 7 CO n&usTRArnn by JRAY WALTERS SYNOPSIS. &JKS BSi'/ /" Three girls — Elizabeth, Gabrielle and tSllse—Btarted for Canada to spend the cummer there. On board steamer they were frightened by bti 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 stghtseoing 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 queer-acting stranger on the steamer. The Rtrla were "not at home," but discovered by the cards left that one of...

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

7 m?mm ■ I H 1 4 I I l|;| III ana rtwetir~<t•■■'•"•'-"" oass county sun Jq&& Ba&g&s, Editor «& Proprietor TUMI CASS COUNTY SUN pnbHitliKl every Tuemtuy, 1b ftntered at tl>i_- l.liitlci> ixihlolllce uh ScttOud;Clna matter. ^ ' ■illlllji K.\TI M ttl' JtUBSCHH'TION! Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months * 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash In advance; paper stopped wlici^ time is ot4t, or we lose it. .. Jmi.ua. .uftmim-ir BASE BALL NEWS Shiloh Dots. We have Won blessed in this fur two sanies lust Wfcek. The s«*'Wn "i,h l)1(>llt.v df ruin would Wedneaday after-1 b(i #lad t o Hf'** it: clear up now ami •i vlctorv for' I *^6 htrmers a Dhance to kill tht i. Obituary not ices andcifds of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line Wo need some one to build rent houses in Linden, who will begin. Every farmer both white and block 9hould.be members of the Farmers Union Attend your meetings and look to your in- terests. ; Heavy ruins ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

. : t . 48 • . ,:W-i jS ... ± . % m —-—mm s ••■■■ — r J'P7"mfYTf*". r-s^feV;, 4 tOCAL INTELLIGENCE boyr'T i.rcr your PAPER, pto,: _ -i—■ Slple triibs ntVii pit)?/ shapes at. k. ft;5Sheffield's. I S ! ! I Sheriff Blalbik ahd fuihily Visited in Queen tJiiy last week. Buy your Slice* lroin Harris, Duncan & Fiint. Mrs. Ben Ball \Vas in the city bue day lust, #'et>k. Overalls and Work Freash Meal and Flour at E. H. Sheffield's. Mis Clyde USteVeusr, who has been in the milliner business here this spring, returned to her home at Daing&rfleld Ifist Tues- day. Harris, Duncan & Funt httve, just received a nice line of Shoes. ►J*?' %'b. llarris; Duncan & Flint's. Mits Eu'la iJavenport was In town one day last week trading. Wag'Ui Sheets tit llarris, buncan it Fant'.-;. 1 I I ! i# Misses Mary und (Jallie Bar- tee were trading ill toftn biife day last week. Diverse Cultivators at E. H. Sheffield's. Mr. Fox Moseley and Wife, of Lodi, were th& guests of SUpt. ilates and wife...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

, .s 'ft#? : ! m u m i j;fe. 1 B I iS II I i ; i ■ <W / 'wNvV' i '*i -J. J J W HORTICULTURE I TO TRIM HEDGES RAPIDLY. I Noval Gearing MachlnoRWhich Op erates Shears Rapidly and Does the Work of Five. Among the numerous time and la. bor saving devices for Hardeners' una, the geared hedge-trimmer, invented'by PRUNE AND TRAIN GRAPE VINE to Grow the Best Fruit the Vines Should Be Frequently Cut Back and Renewed. The grape* vine should be planted slightly deeper than It was In the nursery and out back to a strong bud. Only one shoot should be allowed to grow.' The next spring It should be again out back to a strong bud, the length of the cane varying with Its size, says the Prairie "Farmer. The terminal bud only should be allowed to develop and the cane should be tied to a stout stake as it grows. The next spring It should be cat back at the height of four or five feot, according to the kind of trellis to be used, and three buds at the top should be allowed to develop Into shoots. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

.4k I vmm, Jpv--* '! Bp • ■' .' i •■- NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS THE HEIR'S HAIR-MOVING. f I < 1 k J Belton physicians uro circulating a petition in favor of a sewerage uyetem. Saturday, the Ifith, wan Boostt-r for Bronte and was a decided sucoi Ernest Ilogan, one of the best known negro comedians and song writerB, is dead at his home in New ¥ork. A store at IUce was burglarized Sun- day night, and quite a quantity of goods were taken. The State Treasury Tuesday cashed « warrant for $250,000 on El Paso County for ten-forty 4 per cent bonds. The first regular train carryJng pas- sengers on the newly constructed Abi- lene and Southern tpad left Abilene Wednesday at 2 o'clock. A1 Holden, about 36 years of age, twner of a dairy on Polytechnic Hill, fort Worth was instantly killed by a train from -Dallas Sunday morning. Sam Barnett was shot three times Monday on a farm foijr miles west of Wichita Falls. He di( l a few hours ifter the shooting. Dan Coffee was arrested. John Jones, a white ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 June 1909

H 7 fm mtifflSBte $ . '.g: , ' - '::l : aim V P$fliMP% W$mmm lip^s I: ■ i K ERS$&<&^src WMmm I ' ..V i i ™ If; n ■ L >1 ',, '■ 11 if PiP y •• >p GOOD POSITIONS. DH&TJGHON gives contracts, bucked by a chain of TEIRTY- ONSS Colleges, $300,000,00 capital, and TWENTY years' sue- tens, to secure lOSXtflONS un dor reasonable conditions or refund tuition. Dfini/^rrPl^fP ''<)U- Draughon's Copyrighted System> PyUlxiXLLnilU DOUBLE ENTRY MA.DID EASY, saves 25 to ;">() per cent time and labor,.and is more easily learned than any other. Experts USE and recommend it. You can learn Jno. F. Draughon's Bookkeeping by mail. QUOOTU AM 0 75 PBSl OBSNT Of the U. S. Court Reporters vMuH I rimjji write the Shorthand Druiigliorl teaches, be- ■v; rn amtnm ■* nrwrmw - ■ <K rn .iiHinM ~ cause they know it is THE BEST. You can learn Draughon's Shorthand by iaail. INDORSED BY BANKERS! Some Feminine Characteristics Jno. F. Draughon's Colleges are indorsed by M O R E BANKS in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

?y> w* fk"hi v E. A. BlNt!ERlPnbli8lier. } A. 2?aper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the People* Subscription, $1 ttO Tcr Anittmi VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1909. NO. 23. WHAT ORGANIZATION DOES. *'V -v't'" / ' I . 1 I -if'i In the spring cjf 1847 a' little body of emigrants numbering less than 15 J, left Illinois push- ed their way westward through the wilderness until they came to tlie valley of the great Salt Lake, in what is now Utah. They had migrated On account of religious persecution and their leaders had agreed to take them to a "promised land." The val- ley where they settled was any- thing but promising. It was bar- ren and nothing would grow except by irrigation. Nobody then in America knew much a- bout irrigation, but the little band of pioneers set out to learn by experience. They raised one erop and then their second was destroyed by crickets, bat still they were persistent. And out of their persistence has grown the mighty Mormon church of to-day, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

' ' ' . ■m: mm^h$ '■■:■.-■'■■■■■ ?■;■<■ jj • !*£ m —r- K l Sft£ ■ THE CASS COUNTY SUN pmifltlFIPHU CAR , ii., — P,.,.^ STR1K[ yNCHANGffl LINDEN, TEXAS An Indiana woman killed herself be- cause her husband neglected to kiss j her as he loft for work. Possibly in his haste he may have absent-mind- , silly kissed the cook. &EVEN HUNDRED OF THirtTY-/ THREE HUNDRED CARS ARE BEING OPERATED. Crime has its social degrees and Us aristocracy as well as virtuous end law-abiding society. The footpad now- adays is but a despised worker by the Bide of the auto burglar. American suffragists in lOngland do not approve entirely of the strenu- ous British female methods. American ■women are unaccustomed to march for their rights via the jail route. The professor who asserts that all children under 1^ are lurs evidently lias been inirwfyjgatlng children gov- erned by fear. Tlie fearless child is no more a liar than 1b the fearless man or woman. According to the acting Turkish consul general in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

■"."v v ' "mm ' ' ' >>.■ ' [V. ■ BT^ZllA co*Y*«jnr ito/ t nXUSTRMlSD BY RAY WALTERS eJ •«••• iMj • V fgm, 1 • -•; ,•;, ■ i? SYNOPSIS. Tlirnft girls — Elizabeth, Gabrlpllo ftnd BllHe—sturtod for <Jnnudu to «p«nd thfl summer there. On board steamor they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who, finding a bag belonging to on# of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Ellse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on * sightseeing tour mat Mrs. Graham, ■MkMkM nflNMPMMlABl They were Intro- * IBCClllfi lUvlI lUWl i'll Oi VflKllUIII, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for Bailing. They were intro- duced to Lord Wilfrid and l.ady Edith. A cottage by the ocean whs 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 queer-acting stranger On the steamer. The girls were "not at home," but discovered by the cards le...

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

•m ■ . fyj/ .1 ■. P-' *. WMM MM — — — - — SUN mis-le«g statement MflAECTED. KS-; t .. ■ " ! ' „• El " . '• •. .. • . ft v- m' I f Editor «fe Proprietor TitKCA^S COUNTY SUN pulilUhM *«t?Ty ■I'umhuv , la entered *t tlio MncKiii'ftiijftjni'io u SeoonilJClMs mnttt-r. RATUS Of SltJiftcRIPTION: Single oopV pk> year ' $1.00 six months ' 50 cents N«> T>;fp'ers sent out without the cash lvi At5\'ANCE; paper stopped when time is <r.nt, or we lose it. r Obituary notices and cards of thanks ivil! be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per Hue I I Linden will yoiv e<*e£ hat6 a slewu. car? What does Linden need to make her a live town? Help build your town, its to your interest, push and pull to- gether. "Mooving" Day," with ye edirtto* and force this Weokr and We liopj that yott- wilt excuse us if the Sun fcr not What it should be; for* the otlice is In the hand of the master mechanics Rube Lanier and Will Kasling. Y'ou frill find us in the Lon Morris old store house, and if you owe ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

I ' 1 m '7FT " , i m t liM toe At INriiLLJGlLYCE don't u:t v-bi.'H FAl.'1-i? •.top Mole traps and pltfw shapes- at E. II. ShelUeld's. Cull (Mi C. II. Nelson if yon Want, to buy a good home. Go to J, T'." Sheffield .V Co; and save monriy fin Shoes. Overalls and Work Shirts at Harris, Duncan & Fant's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jolly spent Sunday night in the city. A. good farm fof sale by G. tl. Nelson. Mr. Mose Gailiill Was attening to business in town yesterday. Wagon Sheets tit Harris, Duncan & Fant's. gya^.v.arr OSm Uwii in til w. Weaver Mr. yi/ds. Campbell, of ,Shad- jjjix Mid Campbell's Mill, was city yesterday. C."' ~lfla~loclc~ and L. C. spent a few days oh BClphur lust week fishing. Mrs. Effle Crow and little babe of Kildare, are on a visit to rela- tives in our city: Go to J. J. Story for every kind of medicine that ought to be used. The nicest lot of Post Cards eVer brought to Linden at J. J. Story's. Misses Elizabeth and Corihe Bates are home to spend vaca- tion. v- x Diver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

...J' ... ' • •• Hi-. . *• > • . . #iS PiUHtf — r. . ' I ."X l'4-v'"' ">r- r!V I4 > BBSwr- *WT WtiStKBL Sills I I I EH r&BaS&u 1 I EVENTS BOILED DOWN ^DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY ■Everything Important That Could Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. Be ' " J.«. f , NOT A MATTER OF LOYALTY. WASHINGTON NEWS. An interesting event at the White 1 louse Tuesday was the opening of the Yukon-Alaska-Paclfic Exposition at Seattle by President Taft. He touched a solid gold key, ornamented with gold nuggets from Alaska, transmitting the electric spark (hat started the machirn- ■ery in the Exposition grounds. in an automobile wreck Saturday in San Antonio Joe E. Yeargan, a prom- inent real estate man, was almost in- stantly killed. The Farmers' Union has organized a company in Celeste, and will erect a gin. The contract for all the machin- ery has been made for building the gin house, which will begin next week. The U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

■• , ?•" • ; P':i ; 'J' ■ v ■"'. ," r % .;,i■';•• W- ft ('v: OVER $1,700,000 REDUCTIONS MADE GOVENOR CAMPBELL STRIKES NUMEROUS ITEMS FROM GEN- ERAL APPROPRIATION BILL. EXPECTS NO TAX INCREASE Expresses Belief It May Be Only Five Cents Next Year—Sends in Proclamation. Austin, Tex., May 31.—Having cut wore than $1,700,000 out of the gen- eral appropriation; having a promise of the University that $100,000 of ita appropriation will not bo used; having mado a contract which will obviate the necessity of spending $250,000 for a State water and light plant, and having previously vetoed a bill ap proprlating $200,000 .for a tubercu- losis sanitarium, Gov. Campbell feela that tho tax rate this year will not be higher than that of last year, 01-lc, and that next year it may liot ba over 6c. The most notable vetoes in the ap- propriation bill are those which cancql all tho appropriations for scholarships at the State normal schools, the sum aggregating $140,000, and those can cellng all appro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 June 1909

H M * -. Rv "., •'* ? • H* in,, jl.WMirii I V !' m, Growing Old Gracefully A Delicious and Wholesome Summer Drink When you are casting about in your mind for *'the best beverage" to qucnch your thirst, refresh you and cool you off, think of f), > . life Wm K ff> It does all of these things to perfection and has the addi- tional value of being as absolutely wholesome and bene- ficial as the tea, coffee, milk or cocoa you drink every day. While it does not taste at all like coffee it has the same refreshing qualities, and being a Cold drink is a splendid summer bctvveen-mcals beverage. 5c Everywhere At Soda Fountains or. Carbonated in Bottles bocrfoed hign bcnool 1'bytic* at d Chemistry ~ RuckConl. HI.. July 31,100*. • Mr. H. N. Helta, Borkford, 111. - ^ Denr Sir: In reply to your letter of July 27th, I have thia to say: la oar Iliijh School Chemistry Glbs«. 1 have had my pupilf aualyxn Cora-Cola for ■ the last two years. We bsivo never been able to find even a trace of alcohol,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

i!- & L ' , v . ' • < J. ®. A R1I\«;I0R, Publisher. }■ A. Paper Devoted to the be«t Interests of tlie People. SuWcriplion, fl.'OO Trr A i mute VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 82, 1909. NO. 25. TO THE PEOPLE OF BASS COUNTY: i I ! '■wmm The Cass County Industrial League is going to have an ex- hibit of the products 6i Ca&8 County at the Dallas Fair in Oc- tober. Exhibit space in the Ag- ricultural Building has already I paid for. Wb must not inaktf a failure. We will not fail. We liave One of the best coun- ties in the state so far afc variety bf products and resources are Concerned. There is no county iii the stiate which makes a better Showing bf timber, mineral,farm* brchard and giarde'ri jjfhJdttctfc VVe want to have,and must have, rtn exhibit .of the very best of ttteste products. - We cannot get Hiese things uiiless the fanners and other citizens bf the coiinty, co-operate with us. \x We have urged the different communities to organize. So far not a single commu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

ML _ . II fl|' •••;' ■ I life '• ;• ' m ■ .,. ",'r *, - ■ (<i * * i M,'' £,.? : THE CASS COUNTY SUN J. B. A. BANGER, Editor and Proprietor iLlNDKN, TKXA3 The "Teddy bear" Is developing la to a whole zoo. The young thief and his employer'! money are soon parted. Jail sentences would soon dlscoui age reckless auto speeding. I Frenchmen must come to Amerlcq to learn how to fight a real duel. msam w " , " There are a great many "lfs" 1 J) Prof. Pickering's Martian scheme. The Holland stork refused to be in tlmldated and brought what It pleased. Help the organizations that are planning to help the poor this sum. mer. Astronomers had better practice up on Esperanto If they would talk with Mars. "Darned effects continue In the mat ter of embroidery." That'B what a lot of them are. The discussion over the life of a Bllver dollar is useless; it all depends on who has it. As guests of honor at banquets, the Wrights are said to be timid and re- tiring. They are free and fearless in the air,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 June 1909

y\i.: I V' •' >< mi EC BY^tllA NWDlXtON) TTBOUT copyhkn07 &r so.urnfrcorr ca ILLUSTRATED BY HAY WALTERS /^l/l/WVWW\/WVJWVAA/>A/tfVWWlA<WVW WwW^WWVWXV>A/VVWW< 8YN0P8I8. rM-'. mm Three fflrls — Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Ellse—started for Cunada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they ivoro frightened by an apparently dement- ed Rtranger, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In acru- tlnlrlng a photo of the trio. Ellse shared her stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a. sightseeing tour met Mra. Graham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Intro- duced to l,ord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A rt/\ftr rrn lur ♦ Itnnnnti lira a rnntlifl Twn of Elizabeth's father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Graham's pocket fell into the hands of Ellse. Mrs. Graham's hair xvas black. Fearing for the safety of some gems. Lady Edith left them In a safe at the cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was ...

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