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Medford Mail Tribune
SECOND
EDITION
WEATHER
Vaie tonight, niul flarnrdny.
Warmer. Mnv. 70, ,MH. !KI
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Kitrty tliltil Yeur,
Dally KlKhlli Yrnr.
MEDJFOKD, OltWlON, FKIDAY, MAY HO, V.m.
NO. 09.
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MEMORIAL DAY
IN CITIES OVER
THE COUNTRY
Services (or Soldier and Sailor Dead
Held In Every City In Nation
' Flowers Strewn on Dny nt Snn
Francisco Services at Presidio.
MYSTERY IN GlfOX WINS 300
DISAPPEARANCE MILE TROPHY, IS
PORTLAND MAN LEADING RACE
Portland Crowds Aid Soldiers In
Marklnq Graves Veterans of
North nml South Unite.
Henry Alleles Wealthy Portland Mer
chant, Drops out of'Slnht After
Mldnlnjit Dinner In San Francisco
Wife Fears Foul Play.
1.0X11 IIKACII, Cnl., Mnv .10.
Mourning for (lie dcud of llm audi
torium disaster of Mnv 2-1 dnmlnntcil
nliHtTvniirit of Memorial liny here.
Grand Army veterans, women of the
H'llef tiiM 1111)1 tilt StillH III' Vclerillls
iniirt'hi'tl mil on tit Pine nvenun pier,
nl wlinxi limi! ciitl the threshold of
llii mulilnriiim collapsed with fnlul
icitults IiihI Saturday, nml from Hit'
lower deck of (In wharf strewed
flowers tijMiii llic wnies in memory of
llif sailor dend.
Public kcliool pupils, high school
Mudenl, velcmus, fraternal order
nml cilltcns generally participated in
floral tributes to tho dead of llic dis
no I it, nml curried flowers to tin
ImmUhIoh of pinro than 100 injured
lying in linspllnlM nml privalo rwd
dunces. Union inrinnrinl service
which were to 1 1 uvc breu lirld nl the
niiillloriiiiii wero diMrihutcd mining
(In churches.
SAN' DIKGO, Cut., Mnv 3I. Mriu-
mini Dny ha nbeoned hero with one
of lln most, I'lnltoriili' processions
i-icr hi'lil in llii' rlly. Them wore
nmtii vi'lrruiiH in lino llinu Inst year,
mill llirtimfliTn ttheerKl lho army men
u tliny pnrnded the huhlm street.
Three bund nnd InitulrriU of school
children look pnrl.
POMONA. Cnl., Mnv .'III. -Hun-dreds
of school girls in white mill
garlanded with flower forming mi
wort In tin' civil wnr veteran were
proiiiiiiitnt in tlit' Mi'inorlnl liny a
imlo nt the cemetery heru today.
OAKLAND, May 30. Memorial
iluy wn obtorved hero today In uu
Imprcitrtvo manner. Coinmoiunrntlvo
utcri'lues wero hulit In Moiintiilnvlew
nml llvorKrocn cemeteries, ntlt'iiilotl
by thousand. Thousands of school
children look part In dm strewing of
flowers upon thu RrnvoA of tho do
purliitl soldier nml sululca wero
flri'il ovit llm ploln nt tlio close of
Hut exerclm),
Story That He Ran Away With Wo
man Is Discredited Robbery May
Have Been Motive.
SAN PltAXCISCO, Cnl, Mny ..
Scouting Hit' siiggcslinii Hint hi'
mny havo Iff! the rllv with newly
iniiilit iirtpininliiueos, MtM, 1 ltn r.V
Alitlt'H, wil'o of ii wnnllliy inrrrliiiiit
of Porlliiin), Orrttmi, l lirrr Imlny in
Kfirli of her IiiimIiiiiiiI, ulio ilinnp
Hnri'il in Sun I'raiii'ifio fivn ilnyn
nflcr it inli!nllit iliiini'r in u ilown-
louii rii fit. AIh'Ii'k i ii tl n roimiilcr
nlilu nniniiiil of lunnoy nml jinvrlry
in IiIh poHKcniiinii wlimi lie illsiip-
prnrnl.
t'M" h"r nrrivnl Imtc Mm. AIii'Iuh
noiiilit llic iihlHluliii' of Dr. II. M.
Ili'llrr. n ftirml.
"I I'niiiiot fxplniii tin' nlixi'iicit of
my Imi1imiii1," flu' Hitiil. "Tlio Inn!
limit I miw him wnx on tlio nipht of
Mny -'I, nml t lien lut mim koIiik to
iliniicr with a frioiiil. I lul.i' no ntoi-k
inTpoitM Hint hit unit iiMny uith
nnnthiT womnn." Hi wife nml hit
viiiiin to Cnliforiiin for t pli'icnn trip
nml hn li'ft Iiit li'inpornrily in l.oi
AtiKflt to count lii'to on hiisini'i-.
Mm. Alx'U'rt fi'nnt her IiiinIiiiihI
mny linvtt inrt with foul piny.
THREE KILLED""
Ooh Durman Took Lead at Start and
Made Sensational Race Till Car
Caught Fire Started Aualn and
Gave Spectators Thrill.- .
Burman Hero of Race
t i
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Do Palma, .Tetzlaff and Endlcott
Drop Out Mulford Makes Record
Is Great Race.
EXPUHON
I'OIITI.ANI). Oro, Mny 30. l-'lt
tlim trllmtu In Im'Iiik pnlil to tlm
innmory of tlio unllor nml milillcr ilitml
In rortlnml. Tlio rcrnvmi of thowt
who ncrvoil tlio country ilurlnu l ho
ri'hitlllnu nml tho RpnnlKtcAini'rlrnn
wnr "worn ilcoorutml with f loworH,
Mtniiorlnl norvlcoM for tho ilitpnrtoil
rnllom woru Imlil thU iiiornlmt mul
fnwi)r worn utrown on tint wutorH
or tho Wlllamutto rlvor In their
honor.
Following tlio Memorial ilnp :r
mlil norvlroo woro holil In tho nrinory
with thotiNHiulH In nttoiulunco.
HAN I'HANCIHCO, Cnl., Mny 30.
Han I'rancUro'R trlhuto to tho nion
who forfeited tliclr Uvea Hint tho
nation inlttht omliiro ln'Knn nt 7:30
thin nioruliiK, when tho Unltoil Hlnton
iiiiny tiiK Hlociim Hlnrtoil MtrowhiK
flowom oiiIhUIo tho (lolilon Onto In
honor of tho flKhtorn who ill oil nt
don, From thnt hour on Momorlul
ilny wiih olmorvoil by vnrloim klmlH
of oxoivIhoh. Tho main ovont of llm
ilny wmi nt tho I'itnIiIIo,
OIANT, Cal., Mny 30. In n tor
rlllii oxploitlon whlrh orrurrcil ttlinrt
ly lioforo noon toilny, three whllo
nion fuul u Chlni'ito woro ktllcil y
tho oxplDHlnn of n ipintitlty of bulk
ihnnmlto In tho nuichlno ptickliiK
Iioiiko nhoiil n quarter of it mllo from
tho Koiiornl offlron or tho (limit I'ow
dor compnny lie re. Tho ileml:
Joo I'nrln.
Utwln Wnllnco.
Chrlvt (lunilernoii.
Unlilcntlfleil Clilnemt.
I'lro Mlnrtvil liniuoillntoly nftor tho
oxplohlon, IhreateuliiR tho ontlro
pUnt. hut wait flnully oxtliiKiiUhvil
heforo any mntoilnl (Uni.tKo wm
do no.
Owlnr, In tho iMilntoil location of
tho pnrklnit Iioiiko, tho property ton
wn comimrntlvuly bIIkIiI. Tho cmuo
of tho oxploHlon Ih unknown,
DECAPTATED
FENDSH
MURDER
1II.OOMPIKU). N. J.. Mny 30.
Tlio homlU'ss hmly of Mrn, Alvtrn
Circiello, wife of n Kowiirk store
keeper, wiim' fiininl hero loilny. Tim
henil won found in n lot ueniliy. The
wnimiti'it fiiiKom woro Imilly hIiihIii'iI
nml Ihcio wnrt every eviileneo Hint
hint liiul I'iiiikIiI tlen i torn I cly for her
life, Two hnnilreil dollni-H hho is
Known to hnvo luul in mihrtiti.
rillC'AOO, Mny .'1(1. MimlfoHtliiR
the hiiiiio h pi lit Hint enrrieil llietn to
(Uontlnuoil ou I'iiko 0)
JEWS VICTIIVIS OF
RENEWED OUTRAGES
ST, t'HUTIUtRlU'ltd. Mny HO.
Dinpnlohert roi'uiveil horn loilny from
Wnmnw Hiiy that ciKht KuhhIiiii Jowh
worn liiiiueil nlivo hy n moli in llm
vlllii?o of llnutiioff, near KiiIIkx,
I'oliinil. Tho iuh iinllcil up tho door
mul wliiilnwH of tholr vJiiIIiiih' home,
lippliuil tlio lurch mul departed.
OLD STOCK MR
BREAKS OUT AGAIN
l.iynillHIDdH, Alliortn, May III). -I.oiik
SlamliiiK tionhlo lietweou lmniit
Hleailiim mul Iiii'ko hlot'k vaidorw hoiiHi
of MiiKiiith enmo to a olimax last
iiiohI when nliont 11000 head of cattlo
nml horses woro ronnilcil up ami
driven nerosH tliu honler into Mon
tana, SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS
OVER ROW WITH DEPUTIES
MAUIIII), May ,10. - Tlio Itamono
nou ealiiuet resimiod heio tonight as
u resuU "f opon hoHlility iniiiiifesteil
hy Hie ohmnlier of iloputloa. I
I.NIHAKAI'OMH. IiiiI., Mny .10.
Tho 20 t'litrlon In tho third minuiil
ft00 mllo uiilomolilln rnco nt tho
upeeilwoy hero not nwny nt exactly
10:01 oVInrk thl. mornliiK. Cn'ih
prlien of $75,000 ami vnlnnhlo tro
phltm lire offered.
Dflllnl, rlpoolnl'KnlRht nml Bnmda
ram woro wlthilrnwn nt tint limi m lu
ll to. Tho weather In Ideal.
Tho naten opened nt C o'clock, lint
tliuiixniiitM rlninored for admUdon
houm licfore. A niimher of Mpcclal
Inilim hroiiRht liiindrvda of vUllor to
tho city.
N'limoroiiM nrrldenta worn expected
to mar tho race.
DurliiK tho flmt ten Inpa tho nvei
oko cod wmi 100 mllon nn hour on
tho trnlKlil-awn' mid 7C mllen on
tlio turiia.
Karly In the rnco 10 cam literally
horned up Urea and wero forced to
atop In tho pita nml rplnro them.
At tho end or tho ICIh lap lloh
llurmnn led, having covered 40 nillen
In 40:10, Zacrelll waa nccnnd and
Mkrent third,
Driver Tower mul hU meehnnielnn
were hurt tit noon toilny, when their
i'nr niwet nhniir the Imek Mrctcli.
ToWer siihtnineil n lintkeu lee mul
hit im-chmiicimi luul three rilts frne
tureil. Mix ear was ilemolixhed. It
ffklililed nt the Mulhr:tHt turn, the
driver losiui; control.
llitnimn'N Car Afire.
Toiler Hnniinn's ear eauht fire n
n retult of caivlesH fillinu of the
lank. At the KlOlh mile, Ouo.v, An
demou nml Ouyot led in the order
nurneil. Trueeo withdrew nt the .(ltli
lap.
Ho I'lilmn gultM.
At Hie end of the 120th lap Hur
man still led, roveriui; the distance in
!)1 ininule, nn nverneo of 70 miles
nn hour. Ouox, Amlemon nml Merx
followeil in the order nmned.
After fiuitliiii); seventy miles,
Ziicnrelli, De I'ulian, Grunt. Jenkins
mid William Kmlicott witlulrew on
necount of hroken ('rnnliufts mid
other Iroulilcs.
fluox ulso won the .fJoOO Presto
lilo trophy for tho first enr eoverinir
the IIOO miles. His time for this dis-
tnnee wns ;i:."i2:2(l.
Mulford set n new record for lou
distnnce driviiiK when ho piloted his
machine '2110 miles without n stop, lie
halted for water and new tires.
Further tank trouhlu this afternoon
put lluriunn thirty laps behind tin
lender. ' Ho wns relieved nt Hut wheel
hy HiikIics.
Teddy Tetrlnff was forced to dmp
out of Hie race hecause of a broken
axle shaft.
At tlio end of IlltO miles Ouox, An
derson, Wiblmrt, Mnl ford and Mr
weio lemliui in the order immed.
(ionv Wins 'M Mllo Trophy.
At. the end of tho 200th mile Ouox
was in tho lend. His time for Hie.
distance was 2::i;i:H0. Ouox won the
Itemy nml Hrassard troidiy, valued
nt .yjoOUO. offered to Hie ear leading
at the 200 mile mark.
Hurmaii repaired tho dmniiKO In his
mnehino mid resumed niter a lit) min
ute delay. He immediately started
to make up losl koiiih1 by covoriui;
thu first lap of 8,S miles in onu hour.
DESPERATION N
ATTEMPTS TO
HE
NA
CITY JOINS WITH
Attorney Rlngolsky Pleads With Gov
ernor for Stay of Execution Has
Tried Habeas Corpus Proceedlnrjs
In Every Court.
Claims He Has New Sidelight on
Character of Criminal Who Is
Known as Most Fiendish.
VETERANS ON
MEMORIAL DAY
Hundreds Take Flowers is Cemetery
Parade of Veterans, ChlWrai and
National Guard a Feature of Oh-scrvance--Exerclses
at Theater.
Lodges, Citizens and Schools In Line
With Old Sefdlcrs Impressive Pro
pam Carried Out. i''
toUra-'IM'.J
Hull Hurmnn tinibbed the lend in
Hie IndimuiKilis nieo toilny nml held
it dopfdlv while innnv nimons stnrs
were ilroppiiiK out with lire troubles.
He nveniKed 70 ntit'es nn hour for 120
lops when bis machine catiiit fire.
After hH'ii(lint; !IU minutes ho made
repairs nml stnrted out making up
lost tunc nt n speed Hint mnde spec
tutors hold their breath.
ADVERTIS
ET.R.
PUNCHFORAFRICAN
JUNGLE FEVER
FAMILY DISTURBANCE
COItnoVA, Alnskn, Mny 30. Wil
liam T, Howo la nenr death horo to
day, following Ida being Rhot five
shots In tho hack by Daniel Heodcr,
whllo at n flromun'H smoker horo.
Iteedor, who claims thnt Uowo Inter
fered In IiIh faintly nffulru, utoppud
behind tho hitter and opened (Ire
without anyliiK a word. Howo'a hack
la broken, two bulluU lodging In bU
Bplnu,
, MAHQUBTTi:, Mich., Mny H0.
Writitii; Oullook editorials instead of
telling his friends bow little "booze"
ho consumes today took up Colonel
Itooftcvclt's lime, no session of the
libel trial of Kditor Newell beinj;
singed.
Koosevelt e.xH'els to ronrltide the
presentation of his evidence tomor
row, on Monday the defense will be
1,'iu its hlory nml by (be mitldle of
next week Hie Koosevelt camp will
start to present its evidence in rebuttal.
L'tst nixht nil Hie visitini: deleft
tiou except Hoosevelt and his immed
iate chums paid 2 each to hear mi
ancient musical comedy nt Hie oH:ra
house. Desperate efforts by the
press n;ent of tho show to iet Itoose
elt to attend failed, the colonel re
fusing to bo n sacrifice.
This wns Hie" fitt Memorial Day
since 181)8 ou which Colonel Roose
velt delivered no address. He wanted
to accept nn invitation by Hie veter
mis here to speak, but feared it would
be regarded as n "grandstand piny,"
This morning the colonel stayed .nt
bis hotel mid later went on mi auto
mobile trip to the lakes shore.
Tho saloon men hero are hnviug a
lot of fun over Itoosovelt's alleged
drinking habits. They nrt advertis
ing a "T. It. punch" nnd earnestly
recommend. "Teddy's toddy for junglo
fever." Hven the soft drink empor
iums ore doing a little timely adver
tising, nil of llieiii serving "Ilooso
velt sundaes," which consist of ice
cream, mint leaves and various fruit
juices.
NITER
AIM
AT TACOMA'S CITY
WATER SYSTFM
TELLS OF .
RECORD COD CATCH
TACOMA. Wnsh., Mny 30. An In
vestigation Into tho can no of tlio dc-
atmctton of tho "J" street etandplpe,
which forms one of a trio of ruyntc
rloua accidents tbat hnvo occurred to
Tacoma'a niualctpal water nnd light
projects la to ho begun at onco. ac
cording to City Attorney Stiles today.
Tho total loan to tho city la plarcd tit
$15,000.
Dynnmlto or lightning is assigned
ns tho cause of tho destruction of
tho Btandplpe. Commissioner Mills
Insists It Is tho work of dynamiters,
but Commissioner Lawson Incllnos to
the. lightning theory.
Several plates on tho floor of tho
big storngo reservoir at McMillan
wero discovered to have been cracked
ami tlio samo condition Is reported -t
tho Ii Grande reservoir of the lec
trio power plnnl.
To bring wator by tho now $2,
300.000 Green Hirer gravity system,
which wns to bavo been put In opera
tion this week, It will bo necessary
to build a by-pass around the reser
voir nt a cost of $30,000 so water can
bo sent to tho city from tho head-
works Independent of tho storage ba
sin. l)ut for tho fact that tho power
plant reservoir luul n by-pipe pass
underneath It so that tlio turbines
could bo fed water with tho resrvolr
out of commission tho cntlro light
nnd power plant would havo been
shut down.
SAN I'llANCISCd, Cat., May 30.
Declaring that ovcritowerlng causes.
entirely beyond his control, placed
his client In bis present precarious
position, Attorney O. C. HinKolskr,
representing Jukey Oppcnliolmor,
"tho human hyena," sentenced to bo
hanged at Tolsoni prison Juno G, In
a itctltlon today asked Governor
Johnson to reprieve tho murderer
famed throughout tho country as tho
most demoniacal criminal In the an
nals of California. Illngolsky pleads
that Oppenhelmer bo reprieved until
his representatives In Washington
cms. filo with Justlco McKcnna of
tboJnlted States supreme court a
final petition for tho allowance of
an apiieal to that tribunal.
After stating the legal status of
tho condemned man's case. Illngolsky
appealed to Governor Johnson "for
a broad and liberal use of the power
vested In you by law." In conclud
ing, tho petition says:
" "In tho uvent that bo cannot, find
reller In tho highest court In tho
laud It Is my Intention to apply to
our excellency, or a commutation
br his sentence. V desire tlio tfmo
necessary to present tho fact of Op-
pfiiholmer's If and Mo present Uw
sldo of his character that Is not gcu
orally known."
Illngolsky filed petitions for writs
of babeaa cqrpus In every federal or
stato court that could havo Jurlsdlc
dlctlon in the caso but each was dented.
WHOLE 101 OUT
SKATTI.K, Wash., May .10. How
fur reaching is tho arm of wireless
was demonstrated bore today, wliou
nftteials nt' tho l'aeifio Coast Cod
fisli Company received n mest.ngo
from Cnplaiu A. K. MiiHunvsou and
Ids !l,r Gloucester fishermen who are
inking cod in Hie bcliooner Charles
It. Wilson, ou the northern most
fishing bunks in tho world, in Uenug
Sen,
Mnthowsoii reports n record break
ing take, saying Hint they hnvo !U,
000 fisli aboard. His message wni
relayed by a revenue cutter, to a
government station on Seward Pen
insula, Hieuce lo Hie government sta
tion ut North Head, and then to
Seattle.
KKNNEWICK, Wash., May 30.
Tho entire town of lllchmond, Wash.,
Is closed up today and every man,
woman nml child Is out picking
strawberries, bo stores, offices and
other business houses have closed
shop and nil hands nro assisting to
harvest tho unusually largo crop of
berries.
TAILOR SHOP BURNS
10 SLEEPERS ESCAPE
rOllTLAXD, Ore.. May 30. Had
two men sleeping in the back room of
n tailor shop nt Lowiisdnlo mid Wash
ingtou streets slumbered three iniu-
iftcs longer they would probably have
lost their lives in u fire which swept
clenr n ipuirtrr of n block. Tito dam
age wns $13,000. Three frnmo build
ings wero destroyed. Joseph Dock
man and Sam Fruger, the two men
who unrrowly escaped wero sleep in
the bnek of the tailor shop nod bad
just mnde their ocnpo when a brick
chimney collapsed nml fell ou the
bed which they had occupied.
Joseph M. Howe, n firemen, wns
severely injured when a floor col
Inpsed dropping him n distance of
twenty feet.
Willi Iho Seventh Company "O. N.
O. in full dress uniform, tw escort,
tho veterans of the Civil War marched
to the cemetery litis afternoon. There
were Ihiry old soldiera in Hup and as
many members of the Women's Helief
Corpq.
Tho parade win headed by tho po
lice nnd fire departments irimcdinto
ly followed by the nation:.! guard
The veterans nnd W. It. C. followed
and behind in nn auto rndo General
Sooy-Smith, chief of fctnff unir
General Grant, and Col. Sargent of
the rcgulnr army and of tho Spanish-
American War.
Tho JCedford Military Brigade,
comwscd of boys, Hoy Scouts, lodge
men nnd n group of children, enmo
task.
Tho sen ices this afternoon
started immediately after the, parade.
Itcv. Shields of the First Presbyter
ian church rend tho convocation and
Kcv. llrndley, new minister nt (ho
Freo Methodist church conducted thq
erviecfl that followed. Mr., Mae
DonaM was heard in a patriotia
rending ami Miss Gladys pleased all
with, hur hinging. - -; jj.'
,Vrho children of the city, hare been
very active jn thw year Memorial
Day's observance. Many of' then
hnvo gathered wild flowers to give
to the veteran' comuiittco for uo nt
the cemetery and mnny marched in
tho )nradc. This afternoon they
were given a Irent by the moving pie-i
turo (.hows who opened their doors
to them nil. '
Tho cemetery has been visited 'hy
hundreds, ninny going ther? Thurs
dny night with loads of flowers.
This morning crowds started early
mid never were more flowers pinced
in tho silent city than this year.
.F
WALKED IN SLEEP
GETS LONG FALL
GOLD IU3AOH, Oro., May 30,
Kllliu Fry, a rancher, walked out of
n third story window of tho Gold
Hench hotel whllo somuiimbulatliig
and Is today suffering from sovoro
Injuries as tho result' of tho 30 foot
fifll. Ho was picked up unconscious.
NRW YOIUC, May 30. Dr Fred
orlck Franz Frledmaun returned here
today and announced that ho will
not contest tho mandate of tho board
of health which prohibits him iuocu
Inting patients with his tuberculosis
serum In Now York, Ho will liuiuo-
dlatoly closo his Institute bore, but
will proceed with bis treatments else
where In nn attempt to domonstrnto
their efficacy,
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PANKHURST
WINS
LBE Y
LONDON', May 30. Mrs. Emme
llne Pankhurst. the militant suffra
gette leader, won another partial vic
tory this evening when, weakened by
hor hunger strlkek, she was released
from Holloway Jail to bo porrulttod
to recover her health before alio a
re-arralgned for Inciting to vlolouco.
Mrs. Pankhurst, unablo to walk, wns
carried to an ambulance whore her
friends waited.
Mrs. Pankhurst is under sentonco
of tnrco years at hard luhor for nn
attempt to blow up the country villa
of Chancellor David Lloyd-aeorRO. v
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DRNVDIl, Col., May 30. An
earthquake starting ut C:I0 o'clock
this morning ami ending at 0:01
o'clock, Is registered bore by tho seis
mograph of Sacred Heart college.
Processor A. W. Forestall estimates
tho convulsion to havo occurred about
160U or 2000 inltos distant. Thu
record resembles tlioso mudo by ho
disturbances In Alaska lust Juno.
AND WINS CASE
PORTLAND, Ore., May 30. Fnt
lowing n trial in which hu allowed
marked ability on conducting hta own
defense, Charles Green was. acquitted
by u jury in the federal courts today
ou a charge, of having entered tho
post offico at Junction City, Orggpu,
willi intent to rob. Green dcurcd
hu had no confidenco ju lawyers.
DUTCHESS WANTS HER
PARIS, May 30. Tho Dutchess
D'Orloaus today filed suit against thV
Due D'Orleans for separate inulnte
uniica and restitution of largo sums
of monoy loaned him, according to
a dispatch received from HrinsMils by
tho Temps,
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