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Winner, Bair & Witmer—Special Bulletin
Special purchase of 25 all wool Serge Dresses,
sizes 16 to 42; regular price #7.50. Special.
$3.95, $4.25, $4.50, $4.75 and $5.00
Special purchase of 16 Black, Navy, Putty and
Belgian Blue Suits, exceptional value at $18.75.
Special for $15.00
250 New Spring Suits, SIO.OO, $12.50,
$13.50, $14.50, $15.00, $16.75, $17.50,
$18.75. $21.50, $22.50, $23.50, $25 to $45
35 New Suits arrived this morning—more will
arrive every morning.
5 Full Racks of New Spring Coats—noveltv and
plain—l 6 to 49 sizes, $6.50 to $35.00
Closing Out 250 of our perfect-fitting House
Dresses, SI.OO, $1.25, $1.50, $1.65 and $1.95
—sizes 16 to 56.
Only a Few Winter Coats and Suits left to close
at giveaway prices.
26 Choice Winter Suits— s2.so, $5.00, $7.50
and SIO.OO 16 to .'iß sizes. I
59 Choice Winter Coats— s2.so, $5.00 and
$7.50 —sizes 16 to 40.
SOCIAL and PERSONA L
WEDNESDAY CLUB PROGRAM
ON THE "COLOR IN MUSIC"
Interesting Numbers Illustrated the
Work of the Members at Their
Working Musicale Held in Fa hue
stock Hall This Morning
The Wednesday Music Cluii held a'
working musical in Fahnestock Hall]
this morning at 10.30 o'clock, (.'on- 1
tinuing the study of '-Color in Mu
sic.'' the following program was ren-'
"Mimicry.'' illustrated by Con-'
juror's Song. fj*mi the Indian Queen,!
Purr-ell. Minicry, calling on the voice to
some extent for color effects. Miss Sea-,
man; Postillion's Air and Fugue, from
Caprircio on the Departure of a Be-'
loved Brother. Bach. Miss Snavely;.
Tableaux de Voyage, op. 33. d.ln :V.'
Ta) Poste. (b) Reve. Mrs. Hamil-!
ton; ''Hark, Hark, 'tis the Liinnet and
the Thrush" from the Oratoria of
•loahua, Handel, imitation In- solo vio
lin and flute. Mrs. Cox: "Who is the
Mortal One." from Orpheus. Gluek,
t horns, led by Miss Conkling: "O IV
Merciful." from Orpheus. Gluck. imi
tation of Cerberus, the three-headed
dog of the infernal regions, Dr. Ruth
Peeter: Waldwcben. from Siegfried.
Wagner. Mrs. Weaver. Mrs. Keller. ,
"Nationality in Music," illustra
tions: To the Spring. Grieg, this shows|
tiie peculiar idiom of cirieg which he'
based largely upon Norwegian folk mu-|
sic. Mrs. Dtve\ee. Mrs. Cox, Miss Sea-'
man: "Gold Rolls Here Beneath Me."f
Rubinstein. Mis, Roily; "I Feel Thy
Breath in Sweetness." Rubinstein, two
poems from the Persian aird the at
tempt is made to introduce in melodv
and accompaniment both the suitable
flavor. Mrs. Decevee: (al lx- Nil, l>e-'
ioux.- suggestion of tom-tom and east
ern melody, lb) Pres des ramparts de
Seville, from Carmen. Bizet. Mrs.
IKriedman; Overture to Sakuntala, Gold
mark. East Indian subject character
-ticaily treated. Miss Snavelv, Mrs.
Keller, Mrs. Weaver. Miss Beiinethum.
Chord color, illustrations: (a) A
Haunted House, op. 61, \~o. 5. Mac
Dowel I. tb) By Smoul'iering Embers, i
op. 61. Xo. 6. Mac Powell, Mrs. Hamil
ton: Gitanjali. Carpenter. (a > "Wheni
1 Bring You Colour'd Toys." (b) "I
Am Like :i Remnant of a Cloud a:
Autumn." (c) "bight. My Light,"
Mrs. Harris: Allegro Appassionato,'
from Violin Souato. op. 21, Dohnanvi.
'' Pink Domino'' Dance
A "pink domino dance for the
1 hildren of the Ohev Shylem congre
gation. to celebrate the Feast of Purim.
will be held in Winterdale hall this
evening. The hall is prettily decorated
and dancing will begin promptly at 8
0 clock with the I'pdegrove orchestra
playing for the dancers. The com
mittee in charge of rhe dance include*
(Mrs. Charles Freund. chairladv; Mrs.
William Strouse. Mrs. Henrv Claster.
Mrs. Otto Buxbaum. Mrs. Julius Gut
man, Mrs. \\ illiam B. Schieisner.
ARK IS STAFF MEETING
Held at the Home of Paul Clouser On
The Argus staff of Central High
school held its monthlv business meet
ing Monday evening, 'at the home of
Paul Clouser. 900 Vorth Eighteenth
street. Important business was trans
acted and daring the evening the plans
for the commencement Argus were dis
cussed Later refreshments were serv
ed to the following members:
Karl Peters, editor-in-chief; William
Bingham, sporting editor: El I wood
Baker, exchange editor; Richard Ha
mer. so ial editor; tieorge Fox. observa
tion eiitor: Paul Clouser, assistant ob
servation editor: Raymond Meek, alum
ni editor; Lerov Smucker. business
manager, and Daniel Burkholder. cir
culation manager. The next meeting
.»o hel«l at the home of George
1 ox. *
Adamstown. March 10.— \ prettv
wedding was solemnized vesterdav
morniiv at the beautiful Marks home
stead. when Miss Sadie 8. Marks wa<
married to lames H. Fritz, of near Lan
caster. The ring ceremonv was per
formed by the Rev. B. G. Welder, of
.""amstowa. A reception followed.
i TOREMOVE DANDRUFF ;
Get a 25-cent bottle of Danderine at
any drug store, |>our a little into your
hand and rub well into the scalp with
the finger tips. By morning most, if
not all, of this awfnl scurf will have
disappeared. Two or three applications
will destroy every bit of dandrufl; stop
»<alp itching and falling hair.—Adv.
S. S. CLASSENTERTAINED
| Members Held a Business Meeting and
Poverty Social at the Home of
Mrs. George Reed
Members of the Suadav school class
' of Fifth Street M. K. church, taught
by Airs. J. H. Fintou, held a business
meeting la<t evening at the home of
Airs. George Reed, 1922 North Sixth
street. Following the business meet
ing a poverty social was enjoyed with
the guests attired in old costumes and
eating their ice cream and cake from
tin cans and with wooden and tin
spoons. Those present were:
Atrs. William Chandler, Airs. Fannie
ioover, Mrs. Annie Tomliusou, Mrs.
George Hippensteel, Mrs. R. E. Ster
ringer. Mrs. Grant Jamison, Mrs. Frank
Gemperling, Mrs. David Hodje. Mrs.
William Yoeum. Mrs. George Tipperv,
Mrs. William Anderson. Mrs. Eugene
AK-N'ally. Air. and Mrs. John Holbert,
Miss Mary Bowers. Miss Edna Smith,
Miss Kate Moses, Miss Kate Brown,
Airs. Harry Smith. Mrs. Peter William
son, Mrs. William Fenstemacher.«Airs.
< harles Rhine, Mrs. James Pennell,
Mrs. Maggie Groff. Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Fintou. Mrs. Bert Lightner, Air. and
Mrs. Michael McCullough, Air. and Mr*.
George Reel, Mr*. Bixier. Mrs, Harrv
Mrs. John Page, Miss
Katberine Smith. Miss Alarie Finton,
-Miss Katherine Jamison and Miss Har
GIRLS TO CIOUSICALE
Program Will Be Rendered at Redeem
er Lutheran Church To-mor
At the Redeemer Lutheran church,
Nineteenth and Kensington streets, an
entertainment, consisting-of music and
readings, will be given at 8 o'clock
to-morrow night. The proceeds will go
toward the Faster offering of girls'
ciass No. S of the Sunday school. The
girls of the class have' succeeded in
getting together a good array or talent
to assist them. The program, a well
balanced one, is as follows:
Piano solo. Miss Ruth K. Wells:
quartet. Warren Lyme, Harry Boyer,
Samuel tacklor and Wilson Kbersole;
recitation. Miss Gladys Bolau; vocal
solo. Mrs. Frank Greene; reading. Miss
Esther Parthemore; vocal solo, Ernest
Doepke: piano solo. Aliss Marian Alat
ter; reading. Mrs. Violet Hollar Bolan;
vocal solo. Miss Lillian Grove; reading,
Miss Hattie Elder; violin solo, Miss
Lillian Miller, accompanied by Miss
Esther Stoufer; vocal solo, Earl' Bates;
reading. Miss Margaret Cover; vocai
solo. Miss Flora Eshenower: music bv
quartet, and piano sok> bv Aliss Ruth
Concert t-y Ladies' Orchestra
One of the musical events of the
season will be the concert of the Rounds
Ladies' Orchestra and Alusieal Speci
alty Company to-night at the Technical
'High svhool auditorium under tie direc
tion of Pythian Council, Knights ot
The Rouit* Specialty Company in
cludes a haif dozen girl musicians who
are sail to be among the best on the
American stage. The concert is to be
given for the benefit of the "quick re
lief' fund of John Harris Lodge. The
money obtained will be used to relieve
distress among Pythian members.
W. C. T. U. Meeting
A meeting of the Harrisburg W. C.
T. I", will be held to morrow afternoon
at 2.30 o'clock in the John Y. Bovd
Memorial Hall, Y. W. C. A. Reports
from the twelve district* will be heard
and an interesting discussion on "I?
i Prohibition a Costly Experiment? Ask
Kansas," will be led by Mrs. T. H.
Hamilton. All members are urged to at
tend this meeting.
Mrs. William Shaeffer Hostess
Mrs. William Shaeffer entertained
i the members of the Embroidery Club
°t slie ' 3 a member at her home.
1517 North Fifth street, last evening
1 Those present were: Mrs. Robert
Pierce. Mrs. Joseph Dintaman, Airs.
Bert Lightner. Mrs. Carl Stouffer
Mrs. C. H. \\ ood, Mrs. Spangenbers
j and Airs. Charles Kline.
Mrs. Holtzman Entertains
Airs. Letter G. Holtzman entertain
I ed the members of the Adelphi Fiv<
Hundred Ckib, yesterday afternoon
■ Those present were Airs. George S. De
i Huff. Miss Vera Longenecker, Aliss
j Helen Sellers, Airs. George E. Hess
; Airs. Joseph A. Freedman, Airs. Edwar.
| Hunter' and Mrs. Frank Davenport.
Commissioner Visits Senate
J. Denny O'Neil, County Commis
; sioner of Allegheny county." was in tin
[ Senate yesterday. He is much interest
ed in local option legislation.
• / .
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1915.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
J. Mortimer Wolff. 2116 Fifth
street, is in Ne-w York. s
Ralph W. Slentz, 1985 North Sev
l entli street, is home from Mt. HoHv
Mrs. \V. Feindt son, Earl
Feindt, 1620 Retina street, have re
turned from l.ykois.
Emanuel Hoffman, 1620 Regina
street, has returned from Lykeut).
Miss 1,. Foster, of Donal.toon ajvart-j
i merits, i s visiting Miss Mary Varnes, •
I of Marysville.
) Mrs. C. S. Maulfair, Miss Mary Maul-'
'•fair and Miss Bessie Whitley, of Her-'
shev, are spending several days irti;
: Mrs. Frank Downey, 31 South' Seeoad
Miss Edna Spalir, 2116 North Third
Istree*, wfco has been studying musie
lat Carnegie Hall. New York, has re ;
turned to her home.
I Misses Ann and Graee Lindsay, of
i Ilogeatown, sipent Saturday with Mr.'
; a-mi Mrs. Harry Shoemaker, 1321 Swat
i ara street.
Miss Ethel Horn, of l>Jtialdsjn. wi
| be the guest of Miss Dorothy 10. Stt -w
--art. 221 Crescent street, over the week
i Mrs. s. M. Douglas has returne.i I >
| her home, 202 North street, niter vs
I iting Philadelphia friends with Mis.
([George Hanier, of York.
! Miss Sarah Heffrv, of Dum-aunon, i»,
■the guest of Miss Marietta Branyan,
607 Broad street.
Mrs. Russell .1. StiTekhouse has re- ;
turned to her home, 222 North Third
street, after -pendng a month in Paltnj
• Beach, Florida.
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Smith, of
Newport, have returned home after vis
I iting their daughter, Mrs. S. Uriue
Mingle, 19 South Third st-eet.
Mrs. Frank Hershev aiid son. John, j
of S.'hneetadv. are guests of the for-'
mer's sister. Mrs. George Welch, 310 j
Miss Yermi Miller. 2340 North j
sixth stre<i, is spending several days
Mr-. Martha .1. Hartzeil. 1501 1-2
Nortii sixth street, lias returned from;
Walter S. Euders. 1734 W.rln.i;
street, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Knders, of Enders.
Miss Mary Dougherty, of Carlisle,
will spend to-niorr.iw with Miss Olga
Meloy, 909 North Fifteenth street.
Paul I). Rogers, 709 South Front
street. Raymond S. Miehael, 143 Pis
ton street, and G. Dickson Garner. 21S
Forster street, will leave nevt week
with the D.ckinson College Glee Club
on its annual trip which includes Phila
j detjdiia. Georgetown, Del.. Aberdeen.
Md.. and Baltimore,
j Miss Margaret H. Dei arlton. 321
I Briggs street, is spending the week in
I New York.
i Mrs. Jihn Burtnett. 1313 Walnut
I street, and Miss Mary Burtnett, 27
South Nineteenth street, have returned
j from a visit with Mrs. Karl Burtuett
| in Baltimore'.
! Mi.-s Helen Midlhenny. 9s No th
j Eighteentli street, has relumed fro n
j a visit with friends in Philadelphia.
Miss Lenora Fry, of Riverside, is
home from Baltimore.
William Mote. 341 Hummel street,
lias returned from a visit with Phi.a
Mrs. George P. (iei-iwi«te and son..
Donald, tS4I Marke. street, are h une
Russell Tomlirscn anA WW ian
Tomliuson have goii > to Chambers
burg after a visit with tlu'ir 11101 er,
Mrs. William Tomlinson, 1639 Reginn
Mr. and Mrs. K. Uil'is, 1534 Regina
street, have returned from tvraaton.
Mrs. Harry Forrest, 704 North Six.'i
street, lias returned trom a visit witk
her parents in Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Mali in, Miss My:t'«
Claster. 1908 North Third street, "wit:
Mrs. Alfred Seifert, 201 Ke!ker street
spent todav in l»nicas;er.
Miss Knima Stewart. 61*4 Nor.l
Sixteenth street, is spending severa
days in Philadelphia.
Joseph (iintler, of Salem, is tin
guest of Walter Smith. S2S North Tiiir,
Miss Marv Kay. 715 North Third
street, left to-day for a several da.i'
visit to Piiila ielphia.
M;ss Jalia Kreeland hiss j; 0110 to
her home at Dillsh.irn. after a pleas
ant visit with her sister, Mrs. U U
I*erree, JSIiO Kegina street.
Mrs. William Harper. 144 Vernou
street. ha# returned from Carlisle.
\ ietOr Leiman, 214 Harris street,
has returned from Lvkens.
Mrs. L!a \ erkes, of Philadelphia
has gone home af.c-r a visit with Mrs
Susan St.ll. 263 Forster street.
Miss Jessie MiMorris, 636 F.mora..l
street, has returned from a visit w t!i
her «ister, Mrs. Biessier. Cove Allen.
MISS ST AI LEV HO.VTESS
Entemined Members of S. S. Class at
Her Home Last Evonuig
Miss Mamie Staiiev entertained the
members of the Sunday school class of i
the Fourth Reformed church, taught bv \
Milton Kline, at her home, 1423 Sua'
I tara street, last evening. The guests !
i spent a pleasant evening with games '
and music, after which refreshment ■
Those present were Misses Sue Croise, I
Mervle ( rouse. Pearl Crouge, Rebecca
j Mench. .Sarah Reigel. Klsie Fritz, Grace
j Snow. Carrie Swavely, Anna Glass, Lais
jSeidel, Esther Hoopes, 'Mrs. C. Smeigh, j
Mrs. Steven Bowers, .Mrs. Kirk, Mrs.
j Maurer. Miss Shuver, Mr. and Mrs.
i Milton Kline, Mrs. D. Wheeler and Mis"
j Maude Stailey.
Y- P. S. League Meeting
The Youag People r s Socialist Leag.te ;
meet's every Sundav afternoon at 3
o'clock at their heaJquartere. 1334 1-2
North Sixth street, and all who are in
any way interested in the betterment
of the conditions of the people at large
are cordially invited. On Wednesday
nights at 8 o'clock the Embroidery j
Class meets and the lady members of
the league are requested to be pres
j PONT TAKE CALOM EL j
Instead of dangerous, salivating Cal
omel to liven your liver when bilious,
headachy or constipated get a 10-cent
box of Cascarets. They start the liver
and bowels and straighten you up bet
ter than nasty Calomel, without griping
or making you sick.—Adv. I
"TIT FOR MM
"Tiz" for Tender, Puff
ed-up, Burning, Cal-'
loused Feet and
People who ait l in .<T;inil on
I tbeir feet nil day know whut sore, ton '
iler, swontv, burning ft>et mean. They j
use "11/,' iiml "TIZ" cures their feet,
right up. It keeps feet in perfect eon !
jilitian. ""IIZ" is the only remedy in j
(the world that draws out' all the' poi !
«onous exudntiojs which puff up the j
i feet and cause tender, sore, tired, aeli- !
infs feet. It instantly stops the pain in I
Minis, callouses and bunions. It's siin-i
1 !• Iv glorious. Ah! how comfortable vour'
feet feel after using "TIZ." You'll
never limp or draw up your face in
I pain. Vour shoes won't tighten and
hurt your feet.
(>et a 23-cent box of "TIZ" now from -
cny druggist, department or general ,
store. lust think! a whole year's foot
comfort for onlv 25 cents.-—Adv
NO SUCH THING AS 'SEX WAR*
Deau of Columbia Law School Talks to
Women Lawyers in Answer to
Bi/ iatrd Press,
New. York. March 10. —George \Y.
Kirchwcv, dean of the Columbia I jaw
School, told the Women L&wvers' As
sociation here last night that "there
is no such thing as 'sex war.' "
Ilis statement was made in a debate
in reply to the assertion by the Rev.
I'erov s. Grant th-.t a male and female
class consciousness existed and that es
sentially the two sexes are at war. Mr.
(irant advocated the extension of suf
fiage to women and the placing of
wtmen Judges on the bench of the in
ferior criminal courts.
■**o far as differences exist between
men an I women, ' replied I)ean Kirch
wey. "they are explained through dif
ferences of individual temperament. I
do not believe that the male Judge is
wilfully unfair to the woman offender.
1 do not believe a woman Jmlge would
be more disposed to *be fair in her
judgment, but 1 do knew she would
have a sympathetic knowledge, which
for physiological leasons the man
could never hope to attain.
"I believe women have their right
ful [lane uj ou the 'bench of the juve
nile courts, because my knowledge of
child psychology compels the belief
that a boy or girl will confide his or her
secrets to the mother rather than to an
equally loving father.
"I am in favor of any means short
of felony." sai I Prof. Kirchwev,
"whiea will impress upon the dominaut
sex the justice of the demands of
CLASSIC WAR POEM&
Selected by J. Howard Wert
N°. i«. HENRY V BEFORE THE BATTLE OF
BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEAKE
After the. fail of the French city of Harfleur, in September, 1415, men
tioned in the last selection, the English king, although he had lost more than
half his original array in the siege, started on a march, through several prov- !
inees, to Calais. After a slow and toilsome march, during which they suffered
, much from famine and hostile attacks, the English army 011 October 24th, came
: in sight of Agincourt where the French king awaited them with a large force.
Although it was CO.OOO men against 10,000, King Henry would neither retreat i
uor surrender, but resolved to light to the bitter end.
The night was spent bv the French in.revelry and exultation over a victory j
which they deemed certain when the morrow's sun should rise. The principal,
i subject of debate was the amount of ransom which should be demanded for!
j King 1 Henry and his nobles.
The morrow caine, and the 10,000 English inflicted 011 the 60,000 French
! one of the most disastrous defeats of recorded history.
The language of King Henry here given was in reply to a wish expressed
by the Earl of Westmoreland: —"O, that we now had here but one ten thousand
of those men in England that do no work to-day!"
j # *
What's he that wishes for more men from Englandf
My cousin Westmoreland! No, my fair cousin,
If we are marked to die, we are enow
To do our country loss: and if to live,
The fewer men the greater share of honor;
Heaven's will! I pray'thee wish not one man more.
In truth, I am not covetous of gold,
Nor care 1 who doth feed upon my cost;
It yearns me not if men my garments wear;
3ueb outward things dwell not in my desire:
But if it be a sin to covet honor, j
1 am the most offending soul alive.
No, good my lord, wish not a man from England:
Heaven's peace, 1 would not lose so qreat an honor
As one man more methinks would share from me,
For the best hopes 1 have. Wish not one more:
Kather proclaim it, Westmoreland, through my host 1
That he who hath no stomach to this fight.
Let him depart, his passport shall be made,
And crowns for convoy put into his purse:
We would not die in that man's company
That fears his fellowship to die with us.
This day is ealled the feast of Criapian;
He that outlives this day, and comes safe home.
Will stand on tiptoe when this day is named, ""
And rouse him at the name of Criapian:
Then will he strip his sleeve and show his scars.
This story shall the good man teach his son;
And I'rispian, Crispian, ne'er go by
From this day to the ending of the world,
But we in it shall be remembered!
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers!
MISS SHEARER TO WED
Engagement to Clarence M. Jones, ol
Marysville, Announced by Her
Parents Last Evening
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Shearer, 1351
'Howard street, announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Alva E. Shear
er, to Clarence M. Jones, of Marysville
at a birthday party given last evening
at their home.
The guests spent a pleasant evening,
after which dainty refreshments were
served. Those present were 'Miss 'Mabel
jlManning, ot' Steelton; Miss Gladys
I Kuploy and (Mrs. J. S. Jones, of Marys
ville; MIRS Marie Smith, 'Mrs. J. w,
Peters, Miss Alva Shearer, Irvin Mensc,
John Sollenbcrger, Lester L. Jones. (',
•M. Jones, of Marysville; Prank Van
Kirk, 'Mr. anil Mrs. Parker Shearer and
sons, Rhey and Robert.
MACK AY LEASES AN ISLAND
Originally Bought for a Song. It Is
By Aiioctatrd Press.
New York March 10. —Under a
long term lease, with a purchase option
Clarence H. Mackav, president of thi
' Commercial Cable Company, it was an
nounced to-day, had come into posse*
siou of Gardiner's Island, consisting ol
, 3,000 acres, off the easterly end ol
Long Island, which he will use as t
j shooting preserve. The island had beer
in the possession of the Gardiner famih
i since 1 639.
| • • One large black dog. one gun
j some powder and shot, some rum and t
! few Dutch blankets, the value of tivt
, pounds sterling," was the price orig
inally paid for the island, according t<
reconls. by Lyon Gardiner, who niad<
the ileal with Wvandanch, chief of th<
Manhanketts, of Long Island. It i
figured to-day that the island is wort I
TO PROBE JUNE DISASTER
Authorities Will Investigate the Loss
of More Than 100 Lives
By .IssiKioltd Press.
Charleston, W. Va.. March 10.—
A thorough investigation iuto the cause
of the explosion in the Lay land mint
of the New River and Pocahontas Con
solidated Coal Company from which
109 bodies have been recovered and
54 miners rescued alive, will be m ule
by tife Department of Mines. Ac
cordiuc to Chief Karl Henry of the
department the mine will probably be
sufficiently cleared of falls of siate ami
and roof by Monday to permit mining
experts to carefully examine the work
ings and determine the origin of tht
canse. The coroner's inquest will like
ly begin next Wednesday.
I'hief llenrv praised the rescuers foi
their work and declared that the min
ers rescued alive on Saturday could nol
have survived ten hours longer hail
they not 'been discovered at that time
WOMAN HAS HAND (IT OFF
Domestic, Assisting to Cut Wood, Meet
With Frightful Accident
Bareville, March 10.—A frightfu
accident occurred late yesterday after
noon on the Herr farm, while member
ot' the family were assisting to cu
wood with a circular saw. Miss l_.il
lian Simmons, the domestic, had he
right hand caught in the saw and se
vered from her body.
Miss Siuunons fell unconscious am
lost considerable blood before metlica
aid was secured. There ■was n dee>|
gash in her right shoulder and one ii
the chest where particles of wood cu
her. Her condition is critical.
Three Killed in an Explosion
Amsterdam. Via London, March lfl
i 3.14 A. M.—Three men were killed am
seven wounded yesterday in an explo
sion which oceured in a shed of fin
Pvrotechnicnl Institute at Antwer)
while the building was being cleanei
under the direction of a non-commis
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IASTRIDE PET CALF GOV. RYE WON
I EARL Y FAME AND GIRL'S HEAR 7
General "Tom" C. Rye, Governor of Tennessee, the first democrat In recent
years to regain that State from republican control, rode Into prominence and
into the heart of the girl be married astride a calf he had trained. It «u ©n
the back of this bovine friend that he went a-courting the young woman wfco
is now the "first lady of Tennessee." Too poor to purchase a horse or a mole
to ride about the country as the youths of tlwse days were wont to do, young
Rye secured a red bull calf in a trade and proceeded to break him ii. the
saddle. The calf seemed to be of common stock, and young "Tom" preceded
to call him Jim, "because," he said, "I thought if I gave Mm a high sojundlng
name he might lire up to it." With ambition to be a fit husband for his to'
tended bride he sold Jim, boupht some "store clothes" with the proceeds and
went to Charlotte, where he became a student in the law office of hit
unole. Major T. C. Morris. In two years he finished Blackstone, passed hil
examination and was admitted to the Bar. General Rye became a leading
lawyer in his secUon and established an enviable reputation for kindhearted
ness and sympathy for the distressed and for sound counsel to those who goi
into trouble. This reputation has followed him through his life. His pop*
larity stood him in good stead when he entered politics.
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