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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1911
I The Deposing of I
MlhWH Reetored M H Seat
as Royal fmh
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' W DAVID SKINNER.
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' Judg Lynch had fallen Into dl
repute at Boyl Flush. Tom Miliar
Had been oc-uad of lb murder of hi
partner. Joab, Jonea. and notwlthHtand
tag hla protwtatlona of innocence and
the tearful pleadings of. bl wife bad
bean banged to tbe braocb of a trc un
Ul b was dead. Tb day after the
banging the murdered tuna walked Into
Royal Fluah covered with wound and
acratcbaa, to th eurprtae of all. the
. terror of a few who conalden-d him a
ghoat and the chagrin of tboe wbo
had been active 1b making Mr. Miller
a widow. . -
, Tb case against Miller had been
plain that no one but a fuol or one
Interested la defeating Justice could
tail to ee that ha waa guilty. He and
Jonea had been working a claim to
gether upon tha mountain aide. Fright
ful cries bad been beard la that region
In tha .dead of night The nest morn
ing Jonea waa not to be found, and
MUler'a clothes war . ameared with
blood. Tha vigilance committee arrext-
ad Miller, wbo told a cock and bull
story about a mountain Hon jumping
on hla partner and ha (MMert attack
Ins tha beast with his knife. Da vine
turned tha beast on Himself. Jonea. o-
" Inn freed, took to bla heals Tha Uo
mad off. '
Jonea on his arrival confirmed Mil
lara story, supplementing it with the
Information that , once out of the
brute's clutches ha bad not stopped
running till dawn of day.
. A meeting or tha reaidenta of Royal
Flush waa called, and tha matter of
deposing Judge Lynch and substltut
log regular court procedure wan dia-
cnaaed. Tha nearest practicable plan
to each substitution In so email a place
waa to elect a Judge and Invite 'two
lawyers to settle, in tha place, tha one
tor prosecuting attorney, tha other for
tha defense of accused persons. A
committee waa appointed for this pur
muntnDon n oold blood.
Than, after taking up a collec-
tlon for Mrs. Miller and another for a
. f . headstone for bar husband, the meet-
, ' lng adjourned.
4 '. There were lawless characters in
-'. Boyal Flush wbo expressed themselves
, . ' , much pleased with this proposed ad
. tent of tha law. The reason for their
; ;'' satisfaction was that when the vlgl
' lanca committee took them In band
. V; they ware pretty aura to get their
' deserts. That the committee occasion--
ally made a mistake and punished an
j .. ;" Innocent citizen did not concern them.
As soon aa the court waa organized
.; and the lawyers armed tha lawbreak
ers considered all restraint removed.
One of the worst of them. Mike Flynn.
oaring a grudge against a professional
gambler. "Light Fingered Jim." aa be
was called, waited a week for tbe new
order to be established before taking
his revenge, then abot the gambler
down la cold blood In tha center of tbe
town. Ba at once gave himself up for
There were three witnesses wbo bad
Been the shooting. BUI Evana waa tbe
first of these wbo waa called upon by
tha prosecution. Ba bad stood within
hundred yards of tbe two men and
- y, , had aeen the whole affair from start to
'. c finish. Bla story waa that Flynn bad
,V .approached "Light Fingered Jim" from
a '' ;.f behind and shot blm In tbe back.
' J When tha attorney for tbe defense
. V, ', "took tha witness" be held up before
him a tha a ma trope, which la a card
; . i, with bird eketcbed on one aide and
ri f a cage on the other. By means of two
... 'v strings, one on each end of the card.
....:' revolved It rapidly and asked tbe
' witness what ba- sswvi Tbe answer
"'. . ; waa "n bird In a cage." The lawyer
' -' , than showed tha thanmatrope to tbe
Jwy and aald:
" ' "The witness evidently has defective
', eyesight. Bla vision la so bad that be
, ' can't even see that the bird jnd the
cage are on opposite sides of the card."
. . The next witness waa Abe Wilklna.
'''.' "Where wore yon. Mr. Wilklna. whaa
$2.00 a year for a daily newspaper by mail
$3.00 a year for daily newspaper by carrier
IT IS LITTLE
YET THAT IS THE TOTAL COST TO YOU
CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT?
you saw tha shooting T naked counsel
for dereua oa cross examination
"tin the- etreot"
-What part of the street T .
. "1 dlareiuvtuber." .
"W H the east and, tbe' west and
or very near tba participate in the
"U Bought a been the east end and
tt mought 'a' bean tbe weat and .
, "Llkety tha east and V .
"What time day waa Itr
' "About half past a Ri loa atternooa.
"Sua eblaiugr '- ,
"Ueutlemea of tbe Jury, bow could
tha witnee nave got a clear view ot
the fracan with bla fare to tbe wt
and tha suo shining right In bis eyea
The third witness wa very easily
disposed ot. She waa a young glrl
Ellen Sturdy. . .
"Bow old are you?" asked tha coun
eel for tbe defense.
"I'll be eighteen tomorrow."
"Tour bouor. 1 object to the teat!
mony of tbe witness on tbe -ground
that aha 1 not ot age."
Tba Judge didn't know whether tbe
objection abould be austained or not,
ao ba adjourned tbe court till tbe nest
day. when tbe girl would be of age
When tha court conveued again tbe
attorney, having weakened tbe leU
mony of two out of tbe only three
witnesses wbo bad aeen tbe snooting,
aet bis wits to work to dispose of tbe
girl. But he did not act upon her di
rectly. Be proved by aeveral wit
neaaea that aba waa in love with "Light
Fingered Jim" and badgered ber Into
admitting that, though be bad never
aald a word to ber. aba wa not eure
ahe had not worshiped him from a dis
tance. "Gentlemen of the Jury. 1 put tt to
yon." aald tha lawyer-"ts a girl wbo
la In love with a man wbo baa been
killed in a fracas a dt witness against
bis adversary T
There being no mora witnesses, the
prosecuting attorney made a long
apeacb, picturing tha enormity of tbe
crime ao vividly that when ba cloned
every man of tha Jury arose and shout
' But tha Judge Informed them that
counsel for tha defense had aomethlng
to aay about the matter before they
war to bring in a verdict At this
they aat down and counsel for tha de
fense arose. Ba took tha ground that
there had been an ordinary shooting
match between the two men which
nobody had aeen. Than ba proceeded
to picture tha innocent young love for
tba prisoner on tha part of Ellen Stur
dy aha was not present to deny tha
Impeachment and tha agony of tha
poor girl at eeelng tba man aha Idol
ised dangling a lifeless corpse. So ef
fective waa this part of his harangue
that aeveral Jurymen were moved to
tears. With bla arguments and bla
pictures fresh in their minds tha Jury
retired, for consultation.
After ten bonra' seclusion tbey sent
word to ttfV Judge that they were
ready to give a verdict Being recall-
ui lureauui una; t
"Judge, air wa to find a verdlc' ac-
eordln' to the facts ar accordin' to tha
Tha Judge scratched his head and
knit bla brows. Then ha asked tha
lawyers for an answer, and they both
declared that tba verdict must rest on
Then." aald tha foreman, "wa find
that the prisoner was Jlst bavin' a tit
tle Innocent scrap far fun and acci
dentally got a bullet In hla vitals."
Cp Jumps counsel for the defense.
"Tour honor, the verdict being not
guilty. I move tbe discharge of my
"Feller citizens." said tbe Judge, la
boring, "tobogganln' from one rood!
tlon to another la dangerous In any
community. Ef a man swlngln from
branch to braocb lets go one hand be
fore bra got a bolt with the other
bea liable to drop. We don't want to
let go of lynch law with both bands
to take a bolt on court law. Fnat off.
wa better mix 'em. Tbe prisoner bav
In been tried by court law and found
Innocent we will now proceed to try
blm by lynch law and aea If wa can't
convict him. All In favor of this bold
up their bands."
Every band went np.
Tbe Jury that bad Just acquitted tha
prisoner on tbe ground that ba bad
been engaged In an innocent scrap and
accidentally killed a man were ap
pointed to bear evidence concerning
tbe charge of murder before Jndge
Lynch. Then tbe witnesses were re
called, tba services of tba lawyers
were dispensed with, and tba Judge
asked the questions.
"Bill Evans, you aeen tba sbootln'7"
"Tell what you aeen."
fl aeen 'Light Fingered Jim' walkln'
aiong ue street. iom Flynn come
out of tbe aaloon, follered blm and
shot him in tbe back."
That'll do. Abe WUklna, take tbe
stand. Ton aeen tbe sbootln'. Bow
did It happen?"
"That a-way what Bill Evana aald."
"That'll do. Ellen Sturdy."
Ellen 8turdy confirmed the story
told by tbe other two. Then tbe Jury
without leaving tbelr seats brought In
I verdict Tha foreman aald:
"Judge, bavin' aald tbe prisoner was
Innocent accordin' to law. we now
aay he's guilty accordin' to fac'."
Mike Flynn." aald tha Judge, "1
sentence you to be turned over to tba
committee to be banged."
The trial occupied five, tbe banging
about eight minutes.
It waa determined by tba citizens of
Royal Fluah thereafter that tbey
would retain Judge Lynch for awhile.
but ba more . deliberate. No one
abould be convicted without both aide
having been beard and abould not be
banged for murder till tbe murdered
person-had bad one week after the
murder to turn on.
Copyright b Amertcaa rTsse Asso
Tha United 8tte army and navy,
which used to be very aristocratic In
stitutions, ar. Ilka everything alne, be
coming democratic. Tba old army be
fore tha civil war waa like one family
that U. tbe offJceiTaad their wive
and children constituted one select ao
rta! circle. Recently there have been
several episodes to Indicate (hat tbe
old spirit la dying, but dying bard. Tbe
following story Illustrates this:
1 waa graduated at West Point at
twenty, and I don't know a mora dan
geroua age than that for a young offi
cer. Bis pay enable htm to marry
Be ha aeen notblug of tbe world and
nothing of the oipoll eei excvpl for
a couple of month each summer for
two years during the encampment aea
son while be waa a cdet Released
from a confining life, be Is ready to
fall In love wttb the Brat girl ba meet
I waa graduated in the engineers,
and the first Job I was given by tbe
government wa making an emitnate
on certain Intended retire on a fori
on tba Atlantic coast In a southern
state. The fort bad not been kepi up.
having been left In charge of an ord
nance sergeant, but In view of a feel
lng on the part of tbe people of tbe
United State that our coast defer!
needed strengthening tba government
decided to look Into tha matter.
Fort L waa altuated on a point of
land extending lnt,o ibe ocean and a
lonely as a lighthouse For a few
months In tbe spring the neighbor
hood waa a resort for northern j-er
aona, chiefly Invalid, there being ev
eral hotel on the beach. I waa aeoi to
tha fort In October. Wben 1 first saw
tha old pile with Its empty casements
and empty quarters 1 abuddered at be-'
lng obliged to pasa aome time there. -
The sergeant made me aa comfort
able as he could la a casement nt
wife taking pains that it should be
clean, and my bed waa provided with
snow white linen.
And now cornea tbe point of my
story: Tha couple bad a daughter sev
enteen years old What could I do?
What did 1 do bnt make love to her
I knew perfectly well tbat there la a
barrier In tha army between tbe fam
ilies of commlMslooed and noncommis
sioned officers. I knew furthermore
tbat Mary Converse waa getting no
education and had never mingled with
the class of people to whom I waa
nsed. If 1 married ber It would place
ber out of ber element and abe would
ba a lifelong drag on me.
Bnt here waa I in tba springtime of
Ufa. abut np with a girl In fortress
and no other associate. I doubt if any
precaution would have availed. - She
was situated Just aa 1 waa. abut np
with a young soldier, and could no
mora resist a natural drift toward me
than 1 toward her
Before leaving 1 asked Mary Con
verse to be my wife. I knew I wa
wronging ber and myself in doing ao,
bnt I bad conceived high notions of
honor at Weat Point and considered
myself pledged to ber. At her age. and
being one of thus feminine girls wbo
wben they love love hard. L believed
that if I deserted ber It would wreck
her life. So I went away engaged,
well knowing tbat If I did not desert
her both our Uvea would be wrecked
My first visit to my fiancee waa In
tha following spring. Tbe hotel on
tha beach were now open, and I took
np myXquartera In one of them. Some
seven montba only bad elapsed, and
Mary waa not much changed. I felt
tbe aama toward ber aa before. The
reasons I attributed thla to are that It
was a case of young and Innocent love.
and Mary waa a superior girl. She
waa bright aba had what era call
character, and aha waa pretty.
At tha hotel I mat a Mrs. Boylngton.
tba wife of an army officer, wbo con
ceived a marked friendship for ma
She ( was twenty years my senior, and
I craved aome one on whom to be
stow my confidence. Bo I told bar of
"It muat be broken off," said tbe
lady, "both on your account and tha
"She will not be able to endure it
without serious consequences," I re
plied. Onf talk ended In tba lady'a going
to see my betrothed. On ber return
aba banded me a note from Mary bad
ly written, misspelled and blotted
with tears. In which abe aald tbat
Mrs. Boylngton had convinced ber
that abe would harm me and herself
by marrying ma and she released me.
I waa ao far attached to ber that 1
spent aome time making np my mind
to accept tbe release.
After that I met many young ladles.
but none of them pleaaed me. I was
preoccupied with my first love. In
deed, I did not propose to replace her
Since the difference in our atatlona
prevented our marriage 1 would mar
ry ho one. At Intervals I met Mrs
Boylngton, to whom I told my feel-
'Don't talk tbat way at your age."
aha replied. "You'll surety find aome
one you can love."
Six years later Mrs. Boylngton and
I met at tbe same station. 8ba aakad
me to dine wltb ber, and whom should
I meet at btr quarters bat Mary Con
verse, but not, ao far a education
and manner were concerned, tha elm-
pie Mary Converse of years before.
Mr. Bpytflgton bad educated ber and
given ber many aodal advantages.
Bbe bad been as true to ma as I had
been to ber. and before wa parted our
engagement waa renewed.
In tba old days a peacock waa ner.
haps tha moat gorgeoua and decora
tlva dish on tba Christmas board. Thla
waa prepared by first carefully remov
ing tba skin without losing tha feath-
or. Tba fowl waa then dressed,
ruffed wltb all klnda of good things,
roasted and finaDy aewed Into its .win.
till retaining , the brilliant-plumage.
xue oeaa waa guaea. and thla dlah, fit
for a king, was nlaced noon th. .ku
amid tba blare of trumpets and tha
rapturous appiaase of tba ravel era.
London Grapblt?. ' .
i M"ORAWUKi NtrWOU.
t Ilk a nervous ball Dlarer
X rsihsr thsn cold. Indifferent
t one." aaya Mauager McGraw of i
X tba New Tork Olauta.
J "Tba combination la too much i
X tar hinat men. but nervottanea
t la not a drawback. I like ath- f
tletea WHO leinperaniem. n w
i i-.i..- k .irlm.tal bail T
them to do almost the tmosalbie 4
when the great teat coma. It la J
of especial value iu games in
which the men come Into phya
leal contact, like baseball, foot
ball and lacrosse. Tbe first con-
Uct with tba player of tbe ar- t
poaing team usually settles tba
ataga fright unless the man la j
hopeless, and after that be has .
bla nerve, not bis nerve, to fall 7
back upon." J
NEW BALL CHANGED PITCHING
Strike Out Twlrlee Only One Who la
The strikeout pitcher continue to
be tha wluuora, and they are (be only
boya who can make good with Iho
lively ball. A mo Kusle, were ba lu
the game again, would 1 a king, for
Amoa alwaya threw for the third
strike aud barreled a lot of ttioru. Ho
did Tim Keefe, wbo malutalned.that
you were pretty aure of your man
when ba mUaed three aud there waa a
reliable catcher. If be hit It some
body might wabble Iu the field, ao It
waa safest to collect tba guya - ou
strikes. John Clark son, per coutra.
alwaya worked for hla field, and John
would get the stuffing beat out ot blm
The heady pitcher who laya them
over and truata to hla support la up a
tree this' year. Somebody la alwaya
apt to whack one too hard for tba
Laupport to get under It It Ukea a
man wbo fana them to win. becauae
when they fan tbey don't even ad
vance any one who may ba on the
Toting Alexander leads them all In
winning game, and he also leada
them all in fanning batter. Keefa of
the Bed a, who baa tbe beat allowing
ao far, baa struck out something Ilka
thlrty-eeven folks in aeven full game,
and time after time those strikeouts
have saved his bacon.
WELLS MAY MEET JOHNSON.
English Heavyweight Likely te Be
Given Chanoe With Champion.
Promoter Hugh Mclntoah la making
every effort to bring Jack Johnson and
Bombardier Well, the English heavy
weight champion, together In a twenty
round bout to ba held In London or
Parts tha latter part of July. Aa fol-
BOStSAJIDISB WBLta, BrsUVTWWOHT CHAM
rium ow isubAlu.
lowers of nndllam tha other M nt
tbe Atlantic are anxious to see John
son In action and Mclntoah la willing
to bang ud a aood alxed nurse. It I
mors than likely that tba pair will
meet Critic who have aeen Wells
light say ha la tha moat promising
heavyweight develooed In England In
years. Although none expect Wells to
4.ful l.k...- . - I . I I,
vvunavu, vAiwrvsj sunnii ouueve
ha will make a fairly good showing
witn tne cnampton. Well la twenty
three year of age and still growing.
Ha ta slightly built In tha legs and
waist Ha haa a wonderful reach and
a Una pair of ahoulder.
CURRENT SPORT EVENTS
In August Chicago will pay 180,000
in pnzes at a Dig aviation meet
Tax Ramsdell. famona Pennsylvania
printer, will coach Carnegie Tech next
President Sullivan of tba A. A. D. la
after eastern amateurs for exacting
"ex pens ' and "appearance" money.
Although ha may never recover nae
oi nia mrowing arm, tba Boston Ameri
cana are carrying Jack Tnoney as a
substitute base runner,
Candidatee for tha Garrard 1911
football team will train on an ialand
In Narragansett bay owned by tha wife
ot Head Coach Percy Hangbton.
Mr. .Wigwag-When your husband
takea you to the theater does ba aver
fO out between the acta? Mrs. Oux-ler-Well.
1 wouldn't express it in Jut
that way. 11 sometimes cornea In be
tween his rounds of drinka -Phlladel-Pbla
" nigntiy naait,
Tha Doctor-la your wife
leeper, Mr. Stubby
stobo-Tea; pretty food. ".
Tba Doctor Dom aha M .i
. --- wiwkjj mm
toon as aba touches tba pillow?
Stnbb-Well er-ah o t
i II nn I I . II I I T TTTTl TTT11 1 I I
I ll III I,-1 III 14
Flewsrea Ma(rlala Ussd Lib
erally la Thslr Censtmstlen.
I Mt'W"- .Jsj
an abt amagooN Dacaa,
Embroidered veiling In a dtrp la
bller full over tin guwu of aoft while
Chiffon, which I adorned with a bund
of flowered i lilffou lu on of the uew
pompadour pattern.. A border forinml
by a serpentine adjustment of fringe
flnlabe tbe skirt.- On the waist the
veiling Is adjusted over the ahoulder
at on aide and to give a bib effect In
tba front Flowered chiffon over llk
forma the foundation of the btalU-e.
Tbe veiling I rut long to form a trttlu
la the bark, aud a aaab la adjusted
about the high waist and falls lu long
ends almost to tbe ground
Picture bate com In with gowns of
floral fabric. The one In the picture
waa of fine straw adorned with
plume. The floral tue may be tbe
piece of millinery chosen to wear with
tbe new gown because there aeem a
atrong prejudice against tbe revival of
large bats, but it I probable a moder
ate bat will be brought out which I
heaped with flower and ba t reamer
from each aide which fall over the
brim and tie In a flat bow at the nte
of tbe neck, wltb end toward tbe
Victims ef Oysp.psia Should Try Thl
nygtimlc foods are (Hipular. Tbe
Boston Cooking Kcbool Magatlne give
a recipe for a delHou food of, thla
claaa known a date If end:
"Tbe Ingredient for one lonf are
one cup of aalded and cooled milk,
half a cake of compressed yeast tat
Loar or dat bbkad.
night) stirred through one-fourth enp
of scalded and cooled milk, half a
teaspoouful of salt one fourth rnnful
of molaesee or ugnr, one cupful of
cleaned datea chopped rather coarse,
two cups of entire wheat flour and
white flour to make a dough that may
ba kneaded. Put all tbe Ingredient
Into a bowL using at first two runfui.
of wblta flour, then mix with a knife.
adding auch extra flour a I needed.
Wben light shape Into a double loaf
and when again light bake one bour."
Girdle are more In vidna than
Those of aatln and molr sr. ...
Many are finished with hnoki.
covered with the material.
Often a flat bow I niaeiwi
The pump bow la aeen on many mm.
When It first aooeared th flu m n him
waa worn only at tha hsr-w- nn
aver. It la often aeen worn Just below
the buat line In the center front t "
Two scarf ends on a-trdie sr. .
mncb In vogue.
Tbe end are finished In various
waya. Soma have bead tassel, others
fringe, and many are embroidered.
Tbe geisha sash with ih. ki ...
high between the shoulder is worn,
but tha atyla 1 not a .becoming one.
as It la apt to give the Wearer a round
Sashes of tulle and ehtnnn arm
een on summer frocks aa much as if
not mora than tboaa of aatln or velvet
Olrdlea of Imitation
are handsome, but they require a nice
juugraem aa to tne frtrks thgy may
ba aulubly worn with.
Bast Indiana hsliava th. rh.'.i.
phant Uvea 800 tear.
on record of these huge animals hav
ing been in cantlvlr tar ian ..
their ages being anknown' wben they
waen xrom tne jungle In a wild
An Koenemleal Wife.
Ha f can't aanA m olnhi v.
tallor'a every tlina thay need a button.
Wa must smnnmlM Cm n't .
vm v j v mmiw vu
these anspender bnttonsf
una-Hsra, my dear: faiten them np
With a balTDla. That will as. rtiM.4
: fiSt'J -
B MARCAKE1 L BLUS
Capyvtabt by Asrlrn lr A
One morning aome three centuries
ago. wheu Klor-uc. Italy. "'it
Duke Coalnw da Medici. '
atuoug a aumlier of powerful lamllle.
Ih Due bee Kleanora. attended by
courier, waa driven from lb- Plttl
palace acma tbe bridge ralll
loata Teccblo. aiannliig tba ft"' A'
no. Into tba wln pnrt of the ty. Be
side tba due hew sal youug girl noted
specially for her fab? cnmilio
golden tmit. rrow lb upper wlndon
overlooking the bridge a yot "an
looked down on Ibe ravalcad About
stood a crowd of person dlWl' their
glancea between the young man "'I
tha young glri beld lb ducb HI
eyea were rtreted ou her. while aha
glanced up at hUn. They were hoowti
to be lover, all riorriic aympathuird
wltb them, and tha crowd had rolled
t to oNerv thl lover' look that
Mel between Ihetn
Tbe glri wa Maddaleu1. the daugh
ter of llernard Vetiort. aurnamed "tht
light haired." and It trm him
thai hi dnghlf Inherited her locks
of gold a well aa an Immense fortune
Th. mottivr of Mdillen when wld
owed married I'letro KalrlaU and. in
order to keep her fortuue In the ram
lie the atriifHther belmthed bef when
aUII a rblld to bla son by former
marriage Ilut thla young man wa
killed In battle.
Wben Maddalena came to a mar
riageahle age a love affair came about
between her and Lodovlro Cappon!.
wbo owned a villa In the country ao
TZi .... iTm - It
grand palon on both aide, and tbe
flam waa fanned by opposition ,Mad
dalena'a tepfaiher. atlll b"nt on keep
lng hut fon'une la bla own family, per
euaded Duke Coalino to forbid th mar
riage. Ieplte br own. bet mother"
and her lover" nrnteata and eatreaile.
tha girl waa placed In a convent
ltdovlco waa a fiery young tnaa. and
K waa hoped by tbe stepfather tbat be
would commit eom act of violence
which would afford an eiruse to Iwn
lab him. lock him up or ohrrw! dl
poee of him. But the torer d iiiyed
mar. Mlf rantrol thsn hsd bWn et
ported and refused to give his n-tat
tba coveted oportuiiHt
Maddalena'a mother (old tb.- .tor of
her daughter' love and giitiruite to
tha durbea and amswib-d tii iiitfroi
lng ber The irs'r u-n H
Florentines, wbo w-ri- n n-i. sn.l
artistic people eatllv uiotfd lit , 'ri
or love jiioreover. Ihi-l I" mil msi
If the duke was le .rtnt thl.
marriage he iihi previ-ui other.
TtiM,rnM thiiiiDli .11 Him luiv. It.
keep the Inter msri wss on one aide.
ii loe syiupuiuT nr.. on me oiner.
' Tbe durbeoa finally inrmlii In per
auadlng her bulaid to -rn.lt ber to
in. ii. iisiuisiwus io i hi nr ioc a
few day at lb palace. Instead of
dav ah. rvnialiiixl numth. lint th.
atruggle t eumpel ber lo resign ber
over waa not given up. indeed, her
Invitation came In order to unite ber
with another sulfite n th. rink.'.
order LAdovIra wss n.t.r m.nrinnwt
except In contempt, while Slglsmondo
oi itoaai. a tavont or tne auk, waa
alwaya apoken of wltb th highest
liodovlro, not being (emitted to visit
tbe girl be loved, rented a bouse over
looking th Poiite Vecrblo. from which
be could look down upon her and re
ceive ber return glance whenever h
crossed tb bridge with lb du he.
It waa on or these orcsion that
haa been dvacrlbed at the ormiiine f
thla atory. a aeen tbat would nut Ilk
ly have happened anywhere except in
the city of the medieval Italian poets,
and painters whose name and works
ar part even of tbe present age. Tbe
Dt-iage tbst Maddalena crossed stand,
today, traversed dally by thousand of
r lorenune ana tourist
Perbana no Incident In th. m..
of rioranc ran ao well etpr tb
aiaerence between that age. ibat peo
ple and this. Kancy a crowd at tha
entrance of a park In an American
city. Washington for Instance, wait
tug to aee a 0 helraea driven out wltb
the president's wife, ber lover atand
tag at tba window of a bouse be ha
nirea ior in expreu purpose of see
ing bla ladylove ao h. Th..
baa paaaed. but romance atlll exlsie
and I aa deep aet In human natnr. ..
aver. While tbe ivaoni. r th.
were Interested In individual rase,
wa now find Its tinMuiim i . .
sellers." Have wa not In this respect
Whether It Wall thail thai dfllbat a.k.
Wt OQlj lDtPrMtavl In BiIwImmuVi
through friendship for him. found tbat
" a losing gam for blm-
elf, becomlna nnnoniii.r ...
b met an undercurrent of oppo,n
rrom tboaa prominent families wbo
reared bla power to Interfere In tbelr
own affaire, la not record i k. .
any event bla oppoalUoo suddenly col-
"... uiuming st daylight an
Aid Woman iniu. J .
oedslde and awakened blm with some
Mtonlshlng and dellgbtful oewa. Mb
" rrom tb dor has a.
fdovlco wa aummnnMi .k
totake M-ddaiena aw.y with h.m and
prepara for an lmmll. mama, "
Th loverM bounriMi ... .
began tbe preparatlona at O0Pt, g0nJ
house from which -
, large enough tha
- e wiss WUJ,
' Oaed Wsn.
liraL TOnnffnVautil W .
as " m lUUH-lllDglTI TjtT
not b much of . cook, but my bui
b'n4Koa Tt twitted ma abou
hi. f.th.7Vd toTunTblteriJBo,'
ton Transcript. osieryBoe-
. Hew Well He KnewT
In achool iwv- -.1 . .
tlon t. "! lt Quaa-
r-,..v.. wnat is tha difr...
Zr b,tw-n ,,,htB,Df "ASS
Arthur Knight, of Rose'
ed in Canby on Bund
train, and will apend th -July
here. . " '
Mlaa A Ilea Ooeltllng . ,
City, well knowa n lh,; 7
has a large clas Q mMc '
day of ch waak. will be iu
of tha day, and will sing -mZ;I
ad liannar.- ' 1
Howard Covlea want (0 Pur
Mr. A. it. Knight and
Rthel Kerguson. tba Utur
tha au miner la thla city, , '.
laud on bUHlueaa rrldav '
aama day. "",r-
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'jj. uk
among tboaa camnln.
tauqu grounds, and wlir
One of lha unln-d.t. 1... 1
elty la that being built 0.
Ia. Mr, !e a bma is jL!
hla nlaca near l ha John
arty, and will anno ba eowuisi!
ready fur occupancy . 1 .
William Canlw.ll J. 1. '
City 00 busluaaa Saturday.
Th at roots of Canby sr. ,J
deserted on Saturday, mhmm .7
tha peopla went to Aaron
thee assisted In mI.I
It tha celvliratlon In Caubr .
roMiiui. wu u mr i u .a in i,
ih former city on Haiurdat t
W.M . Ill tMA ... . . ... - '
ball gam, aporta and aiu
da new In tha evening.
One of tha moat h.j...
building In thla count v la tk:
roust rucied by Mr. t'aatU
proprletre of tha Coltag V
Mr. Kvana' bualne ha nr
lhat aha found It neMaryi
larg her hotel bulrfu ..i .
dltltin of IS room Is being eoC
ITank thHU aI J
pletiuii nf tm MJIilon MrTt
will have an llnmm h.-i
tmurcu ruoTrninncea, Includln.
11 iv.- .i.hi.. 1 - afaay st
Beeping room will h .
room are) to ba nla.t.rt ...
dining room nlll be of pan'
em oe a wnuigntea and air;.
A number of lh vmin. n jk '
d the barbecue and caUbria.1
Mackaimra wa wall r.nr.iw'
Aurora Saturday night
Jim Mitts and family aa4 IV
Mitt and family ati.ni4 tw..
of Mlaa Ellaabh 0alt at Mai.
nunaay. . 1
Th funeral of Charlie HepUa
well attended. . . j
Jm Mltta la auD.rvl.in. nt J
north of ih Dryland school tmai
the place where tha fill waaaasW
or man wnr iat winter.
I jt i
1 aaf ar
farmer are' rejolrlag ever
ram., cmpa win b goo.
The Redland . BraaaBaa4
Alt. aai Mr, w. n. vim..
enained a large crowd at put n
Mi. and Mr. Harlow i4 tc'
tera left for California last , I
Mr. and lira tioirh.r I'Im
are visiting their daughter. Km Ci
k inaae. I
Mr. Hchwart haa men ateantx
for hla new bona.
A numlier of Redland realdeadr f
attend the Chautauqua. I
... r ifr, pi nai.m, ia tww-
r. ana jura, gtone.
Mrs. Claud fltnn. I vlaltuM a
Ml- Mill, .nil if.ii.hl-. mrm Kit
to Canyon City aoon. , I
Mr. A. M. Ilerchem I dolaiHa'
will out or tba hospital this v
The Un Hhank nlae waa oU fc
105 an acre. 1 . I
several residence sr belBC IS
on the Lauretta placa.
The Oak flrov naaahall lean
feated the Baltimore Lunck
Sunday, grore 13 lo 0.
Mr. and Mr. Koenlg, of MonUriT
pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr, U
Armetrong and family. I
Tba arbool matea of Edna aa4 a
win Schubert gave them iW"
party one evening laat week. TV
evening waa spent In games.
freshmentB wars served and P.
time had by all preaent ' I
Several Oak Oroya families will
lend tha Chautauqua and camp .
lng tha session. I
Mra. Wllllama entertained her
ter-ln law and two aona tba Ut
the week. , I
Mra. Louie Brant received W
from her daughter, Mrs. Lincoln BW
of New York, saying they were
Inif back to Oregon to live. Tbf
b accompanied by Mr. Hurt's
Tba family will arrlre aoraa thr
In tha aarly fall.
A. n. Linn and famllv mnva to Of.
I"n City Saturday. J
Tha Rev. Henry Spain7 pracV
here flundae .v.ntn. in th If. '
church ' to a larca audience. TV
choir gave apeclal mualo.
Hotel Arrivals. '""
Tha following ar registered t
TCI A Of rift llt.l . aa m Al.lMri All
IIULVI , F I la niM'K
wire, c. Dupon. city; r. M. IIoUtu
John Lamm and wife, Sappoo;
Iulaa, Barton; W. D. Bonner. Co"
ton; L, Hylton, J. Wtolfer, Bud Thof
"h. Hubbard; Ran Swale. R. 8b
Herman tnKniMl B n n.inn HnT
Kalley and wife, Portland; II W.
Ouy From Uo
CcU to Ua
We Pay Top Price. '
Daalara In weal, Flour, H1
Grain, Paad, Coal, Salt, Sua",
California fruit and produe
11TH AND MAIN STS