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A MORE LIBERAL SECT
Progressive Mennonitos Form New (
Church in Lancaster County
Quarrvville, March 2.3, —As a result |
of the revivals going on in this section I
a new sect has been formed, to be |
, known as the "Progressive Menno- j
nites." and the Rev. J. K. Lehman will
be the new pastor of the church. They
have already decided to erect a hand- ,
some church building, the membership :
being over 200.
It is the purpose of the new sect t.o
be more liberal than the old Menno
nites. There .are no restrictions in
dre»< ar.d any one who has confessed
religion can become a meirtbor of the
church. Special house services are
Woman, #l, Dies at Ellzabethtown
Elizabeth town, March C' 3
Kathrvn Dnace, 91 years old, the old
est woman in this section of Lancaster
county, died last evening from old age.
She was a most remarkable woman,
read without glasses and did consider
able sewing and reading. She was a
member of the Church of the Brethren.
She was the test of her family and
leaves no relatives.
Bishop Shanahan Officiates at Funeral
Marietta, March 23. —The funeral
of the Hev. William McEllbenny, for
three years rector of St. Mary's
Roman* Catholic church, was held yes
terday morning at St. Joseph's chapel,
Lancaster. There were several visiting
priests, and the bishop of the diocese,
the ftt. Rev. John W. Shanahan, had
charge of the services. The body was
sent to Philadelphia for burial.
Vicious Dog Attacks Woman
Marietta, March 2>3.—While walk
ing .along the street yesterday after
noon, Mrs. Edward Hanlen was attack
ed by a vicious dog and badly bitten.
Her clothing was almost torn from her.
The injured woman was taken to the
offiee of a physician.
Chemistry Instructor Burned
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., March 23. —Prof.
h. C. Jordy, instructor in chemistry at
Wyoming Seminary, was seriousdy (burn
ed 'by an explosion of chemicals while
demonstrating before the class yester
day. He was temporarily blinded, and
Students rushed from the class room in
Rusty Nail Kills a Boy
Jonestown, Pa., March 23.—Paul,
the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Windleblech, of tihis borough,
died in agony yesterday morning from
tetanus, his foot having been pierced
by a rusty nail a week ago.
Well, I'll take your word for it.
Don't fool with it around here!
That's what any sane individual would say to a man with
a loaded gun. Yet there are thousands tampering with a
beverage loaded with a poisonous drug which gets in its work
with sure precision.
That beverage is Coffee—
Caffeine is its drug.
Headache, biliousness, nervousness, sleeplessness—these
are some of the signs that so often accompany coffee's
Knowing that coffee is loaded, why not quit it and use
—a pure food-drink, made from hard northern wheat with
a bit of wholesome molasses. Caffeine-free—drtig-freH—
Postum comes in two forms: Postum Cereal—
has to be well boiled; 15c and 25c packages.
Instant Postum— made in the cup with hot
water; 'soc and 50c tins. Both forms are equally
delightful; cost per cup about the same.
No dangers—no fears with POSTUM. Old and young
drink it with pleasure and benefit.
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
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SCRANTON STUDENTS FIGHT
Rivalry Over Basketball Culminates in
Claßh in Street
Scranton, Pa., MareJ\ 23. —Students
of the Technical and Central High
Schools clashed here yesterday as the
result of rivalry over basketball. Cen
tral won from Tech last Saturday and
during the intermission yesterday
morning marched to the Tech building
and chalked: the score on the walks and
hoisted Central pennants on Tech flag
Tech students finally swarmed />ut
'of the building, boys and girls, and
: gave battle. One party raided a nearby
I grocer, looting the shop of eggs, vege
! tables and other available ammunition,
j Thev pelted Central back to school.
Later, when Tech was dismissed for
! the day, the students, numbering sev
' eral hundred, marched to Central and
1 took positiou. Principal A. H. Welles
I ifceeided to hold the Central students
:in aiul telephoned for the police. A
I squad responded and charged the wait-
I ing Tech students. John Cnlkin, a Tech
| student, had his head gashed by a
PROBE IN CLEARY€ASE
District Attorney Who Conducted Trial
Is Under Fire
Nyaek, N. A'.. March 23.—Taking
of testimony in Governor Whitman's
investigation of the official conduct of
District Attorney Thomas F. liagan.
of Rockland county, was begun here
The District Attorney is charged
with neglect of duty in connection with
the prosecution of William V. Cleary,
town clerk of Haverstraw, who shot
and killed Eugene Newman, his son-in
law. Cleary was acquitted of a charge
of murder after a trial in New City.
Several days will be required to com-
Iplete the taking of testimony..
Fifty witnesses have been summoned
Lloyd P. Strylcer, counsel for Fred:
E. Newman, editor of the "Rockland
County Messenger," father of the boy
who was shot by Cleary, will present
the evidence against Gagan.
BID EVANGELISTS GOOD-BY
Students of Albright College, Headed
by Band, Escort Them to Station
Mverstown, Pa., March 23.—1A1-
bright College students yesterday gave
a great farewell demonstration to the
Rev. J. A. Flexer, evangelist, and
.'Henry Clark, cihorister of IMoody's
North field , 'Bible School. For a week
IMr. Flexer and Mr. Cilark were engaged
in evangelistic work among the Al
bright students, and forty csaversious
The farewell service yesterday morn
ing was continued until noon, when the
students formed in a body, and with
their 'band escorted 'Mr. Flexer and
Professor Clark to the station, where
they boarded a train for Mauch Chunk,
Arrangements have been made to con
tinue the evangelietie services here in
Trolleys U Chicago $2,750,000
Chicago, March 23. —The surface
lines in a few days will pay into the
I treasury ef tho city of Chicago $2,-
1750,000 as the city 's 55 per cent,
j share of the net profits for the fiscal
year ending January 31 last.
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FIRE DESTROYS ROAD HOUSE
Sunday Night Blue Routs Reuben
Llngle and His Guests
Lebanon, March 23. —Fire of un
known origin resulted in the destruc
tion Sunday night of the road house of
Reuben Ungle, of West Hanover town
ship. The flames had gained suck
headway before being discovered that
efforts to put th<> fire out were of no
avail. All that remains of the struc
ture are some charred timber on its
The owner recently had a large sup
ply of slimmer wood stored iu the struc
ture and this proved to be fuel for the
fast spreading flames. It was one of
the most spectacular fires that has vis
ited that part of the county in years.
Mr. Liingle, members of his family and
the guests all escaped, saving their
valuables but being unable to - remove
all of the furniture.
AGED RAILROADER DIES
Employed by Philadelphia & Beading
Company for 43 Years
After 45 years of service as a fire
man and engineer for the Philadelphia
& Reading Railroad! Company, William
8. Moyer, aged 67 years, died Satur
day at his home, 32'5 Hummel street.
He was a member of the Veteran Em
ployes' Association. Funeral services
will be held at his home this evening at
7.30 o'clock, the Rev. E. A. G. Bossier,
pastor of the State Street United
Brethren church, officiating. The body
will be taken to Pine Grove to-morrow
morning, where interment will be
Mr. Mover was survived by his wid
ow and four sons: Frederick, George,
I.ouis an.l Lyman, and, two daughters,
Mrs. C. W. Blosser and Mrs. J. A. Sig
EXTEND THANKS FOR AID
Nursery Home Managers Make Public
Acknowledgment of Assistance
A public acknowledgement of thanks
to citizens and firms who were oI as
sistance to the day nursery, following
their fire last week, was issued last
night, by the board of managers.
Thanks are to citizens gener
ally for their aid and to all firemen,
particularly the Citizen Company, in
whose quarters the children were
housed the night of the fire; to Hugo
Schutzenbach, J. H. and M. S. Butter
worth and Vance C. McCormick, for
having furnished supper to the kid
dies;- to Blough Brothers, for cloth
ing; to the Harrisburg Motor Club for
transporting the youngsters to their
temporary home; to Burtnett & Evans,
for their truok in transporting goods;
to Ludlwig's, for the use of a team; to
Mrs. Stewart's Sunday school class at
Pine street, for Jo; to Mrs. Charles J.
Freund, on behalf of the Jewish asso
ciations, tor $10; to the War and
Home Relief, for generous donations of
clothing and to managers of the Chil
dren's Industrial Home for the tempor
ary quarters which the children enjoy.
FARMER AND BURGLAR DUES
Exchange Shots as Intruder Flees Aft
er Eluding Grapple
Winchester, Va., March 23.t—A bur
glar and Holmes I-iewis, tenant on the
farm of Melvine Green, in Northern
Frederick county, engaged in u pistoi
battle early yesterday morning. Lewis
was awakened by the barking of a dog.
As he went jjpt an electric searchlight
was flashed in his face. He grappled
with the intruder, but the latter broke
away and fled, firing as he ran. Lewis
reti*rned the shots, and is thought to
have wouuded his adversary.
FEVER HITS THE WHITE HOUSE
Soon Will Be in Throes of Spring Ail
ment of House Cleaning
Washington, D. C., ilarch 23.—The
annual spring housecleaning was com
menced at the White House yesterday.
The scaffold hangers appeared early
yesterday morning. From the roof to
the cellar the exterior of the 'building
will be given a thorough scraping, and
then a gang of painters will be start
ed down the walls.
Within 10 days every blemish will
be covered and the building will be
white and shiny.
RECOVERS ROBE AT FUNERAL
Pastor Sees Stolen Property Under
Casket, After Many Months
CoJumbus, 0., March 23.—Leaning
over the pulpit ayd looking dpwn at
the casket before him as he was preach
ing a funeral sermon yesterday, the
Rev. W. E. Fetch, pasfor of the Central
M. E. church, was surprised to s6e
spread beneath it a Siberian wolf robe
that was stolen from his automobile on
After the funeral he recovered th 6
rcrbe from the undertaker and set the
police on the track of a chauffeur who
sold the robe to him.
DIE TWO HOURS APART
Warren County Brothers, Residing in
Same House, End Lives
Warren, Pa., Mareh 23.—Roger and
Thomas Moonev, brothers, aged 74 and
76, respectively, died within two hours
of each other yesterday. They resided
together and Thomas, who was the last
to die, was not told of Roger's death.
Thomas was an oil man and Roger a
farmer. Both had been tax assessors
in Warren county for 20 years. I
C. V. NEWS
MONT ALU) MAN SEVERELY
BEATER BY MS ASSOCIATE
Lwther Monn Was Mase ef Outs and
Bnriaaa and Covered With Blood
Whm Released By AaaaUaot, Said
to Be Presley Creager
Waynesboro, March 2'3. —Luther
.Monn, Mont Alto, was severely cut and
'beaten, Saturday evening at a point
| between his home and the State forest
academy. Presley Creager is said to
have been his assailant.
Creager and Monn had eaten supper
together at the home of Monn's father,
William Monn, where Luther lived and
afterward walked out of the house to
gether. The two men had been good
friends and associates and nothing oc
curred in the house to indicate any ill
Not more than ten minutes after
they left the house, Monm returned
home, his body a mass of cuts and
bruises. There was a knife cut six
inches long, extending from his forev
bead over his right eye and terminat
ing in his cheek. There wa« also a
knife cut on the left arm above the
In adilition Monn had been hit in
the foreiheail with a stone and the
flesh was cat to the bone. The bridge
of his nose likewise was cut.
There were marks to show that he
had been kicked on the head and cheek
and in the rilbs.
Monn last niight said that Creager
had attacked him.
REPUBLICANS MAKE SWEEP
Gain Two Councilman in Hagerstown
, Election of Threo
Ilagerstown, Md., March 2*3.—Re
publicans made a clean sweep in the
councilmanic election yesterday and
the proposition to buy for $40,000
the 50-acre Armstrong woods for a
pu.blic park was carried by about 300
majority. The Republicans elected
James M. Benchoff, councilman in
Wart 1; Frank N. Fahrnev, Ward 3;
George B. Alexander, Ward 5. The I
new council will stand four Repub
licans and one Democrat, with a Re
publican gain of two councilmen.
Adams Director Dies
Gettysburg, Pa., March 23.—Cyrus
Trone, a school director in Adams
county for sixteen years, died in York
Sunday morning at 2.10 o'clock at
the residence of a daughter, Mrs. Gar-
Held A. Death was tho re
sult of a limbering sickness. He was
78 yearn old.
Surviving are the following chil
dren: Mrs. Lucien Heltzel, New Ox
ford; Samuel Trone, Carlisle; Mrs.
Carfield A. Lockwood, with whom he
made his home, and George J. Trone,
Wilson College Notes
'Chambersburg, March 23.—The
Wilson Senior-Sophomore banquet was
held at the Washington, Saturday
evening. Sixty-three girls and a num
ber of teachers were present. An or
chestra furnished music.
The Junior-Freshmen banquet will
be held on Saturday, April 10, at the
Easter vacation commences on the
first of April and continues to the
CANAL DEFENSES PLANNED
Major General Wood Off to Inspect the
Washington, March 23.—Develop
ment of defenses of the Panama canal,
some of thein suggested by operations
in the European war, depends upon con
ferences which Major General Wood,
commanding tho Department of the
East, is to hafe with Brigadier General
Edwards, commanding t'hc forces on
General Wood conferred with War
Depart meat officials yesterday before
leaving for Galveston to inspect de
fenses there. Immediately afterward
he will go to Xew Orleans anil sail for
TO IMPROVE OCEAN FRONT
Sea Isle City Will Expend $2«,000 to
Sea Isle City, N. J., (March 23.—The
City Commissioners have passed ordi
nances providing for a bond isue of
$2 6,000 for beach front improvements.
At various points along the 'beach
there will be erected seventeen 'bulk
heads at a total cost of $8,500 to pro
test from damage 'by storms in the fu
To replace the beach front board
walk demolished and carried awav 'by
two storms last winter an expenditure
of $15,000 will be made.
65 Ask Licenses In Blair
Hollidaysburtf, Pa., March 23.
Blnir Comity License Court opened yes
terday. In accordance with an agree
ment with the Court, counsel will be
brief in the presentation of the appli
cations and all the evidence will be
closed to-day. There are 65 applica
tions for hotel licenses and three for i
breweries. At present there arc 61 !
hotels in the county and three brew-1
The Eegjonal Bank's New Measure
Will Help Business Men in
Better credits, rather than an exten
sion of credit, is the much-to-be-desired
effect which the Federal reserve act
will have on business. The new regional
banks will exercise a useful function
in assisting: member banks to improve
the character of their loans.
The most useful function in matters
pertaining to health i 9 the digestive
system, for it is from this source wc
receive our dally help in renewing the
waste portions of the body, keeping the
blood pure and well supplied with red
corpuscles, and the general condition
uip to Nature's standard.
Therefore, watch the digestion and
at the tlrst sign of weakness or distress
see that Immediate assistance Is given.
This can be efficiently supplied by the
use of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
It has a well-known reputation as a
tonic and appetizer and can thus be
relied qpon to help you regain your ap
petite, assist the entire digestive sys
tem and help Nature In the promotion
an<l maintenance of health.
Make Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
your first choice in any ailment of the
Stomach, Liver or Bowels. You will find
it well worthy of your confidence. Insist
on having tha genuine.—Adv.
I W You Like Peas 1
I Fresh from the Garden- I
/I You will like these peas—they are grown B
■ from our' own Niana selected seed —care- I
■ fully developed by years of experiment and g
■ culture—put up under our own Niana process. 1
I Garden Peas 1
■ —Only 10c a can H
I have all the elemental food values and the i
54 delicious flavor of peas H
■ "fresh from the gar- I
any price that have I
such a natural taste. ||
That's the way with Ej
all Niana Foods. R
If your grocer doesn't sup- Rfl
ply you, write us and we ij
will see that you get them. H|
Waukesha, Wis. 9
NOTE—Niana Evergreen Corn tastes ►
like it waijast cat off the cob jN
only 10 cents a can. ' **■
Niana Milk only 10c —doesn't h|
taste like canned milk. It Iff
is like pure, rich Jersey Cream
and is just as wholesome* }*S
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Distributor* for Harritburg District.
COUBT REMOVES BUBGESS
Robert H. Harris, of Tamaqua, Held 11
Have Violated Law
Pottsvilfe, Pa., March 23.—'Because
a committee of Tamaqua Borough
Council took some job printing a vnar
ago to an office owned bv the mother
of Chief Burgess Robert H. Harris, the
Supreme Court yesterday sustained the
Schuylkill County Court in ousting
Harris from office. The court adheres
strictly to the rule that towin. officials
must not be interested! in supplies fur
nished for public purposes.
It also was urged against Harris
that he was serving two successive
terms as burgess, contrary to law, but
as his first term was by appointment
instead of election, the court did not
sustain this contention.
COUNTY WINS SUIT
Former Treasurer of Lackawanna Must
Pay Interest on Funds He Collected
Scranton, Pa., March 23.—8y a de
cision of the State Supreme Court
handed down yesterday, former County
Treasurer P. F. Duffy will have to re
turn to the county $14,000, represent
ing interest on county funds collected)
by him during his tenure of offiie. Mr.
Duffy on retiring from office signified
that be would be willing to turn over
the money if the courts so ordered.
Judgo E. C. Newcomb, before whom
the test cases were heard, decided
against the former treasurer, and this
decision is now finally affirmed;
Dies Grieving for Dead Brother
Kane, Pa., I March 23. — Roger Moonev
a prominent oil man of Warren, died
suddenly at his home ISunday night.
The family ihad hardly recovered from
the shock of death when his grieving
'brother, Thomas Moon-ey, who lived in
the same house, "became suddenly ill
and died yesterday morning.
| How To Get Rid of a %
I » Bad Cough |
I A Hone-Made Remedy that Will f
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If you have a bad cough or chest cold
which refuges to yield to ordinary reme
dies, get from any druggist ounces
of Pinex (50 cents worth), pour into a
pint bottle and till the bottle with plain
granulated sugar syrup. Start taking
a teaepoonful every hour or t>vo. In 24
hours your cough will be conquered or
very nearly go. Even whooping cough is
greatly relieved in this way.
The above mixture makes a full pint
—a family supply—of the finest cough
syrup that money could buy— at a cost
of only 54 cents. Easily prepared in 5
minutes. Full direction's with Pinex.
This Pinex and Sugar Syrup prepa
ration takes right hold of a cough and
gives almost immediate relief, ft loos
ens the dry, hoarse or tight cough in a
way that is really remarkable. Also
quickly heals the inflamed membranes
which accompany a painful cough, and
■tops the formation of phlegm in the
throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending
the persistent, loose cough. Excellent for
bronchitis, spasmodic croup and winter
coujfhs. Keejis perfectly and tastes good
Pinex is a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiaool, which is so
beating to the membranes.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2% ounces of Piftex,"—do
not accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt
ly refunded goes with this preparation.
The Pinex Co„ i't. Wayne. lad.
MILLS AT SHAKON BUSY
Open Hearth, Bessemer and Blast Fur
naces Ail in Operation
Sharon, Pa., March 23.—The Car
negie Steel Company ia operating 10 of
its 12 open-hearth furnaces at its Far
rell works this week. Two of the three
Bessemer furnaces are in blast. The
| skelp mill will work Ave days. The
I tipplate and sheet mills of the Ameri-
I can Sheet and Tinplate Company are
expeeted to operate a full week. The
wire and nail mills also continue to op
erate at nearly full capacity.
The work of improving blast furnace
No. 3, of the Shenango Furnace Com
pany, at Sharpsville, has been iinished.
The furnace will be ,blown in within
the next days.
Ten Years' Misery Ended
J. T. Chambers, merchant, Jonesboro,
Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills
cured me of a ten-year standing case of
rheumatism. I suffered miserably. A
friend told me of being cured; so I
used them, and they cured me, too."
Most middle-aged men and women are
glad to learn that Foley Kidney Pills
afford a way to escape sleep disturbing
bladder weakness, backache, rheuma
tism, puffiness under eyes, stiff and
swollen joints, and other ilia attributed
to kidney troubles. Geo. A. Gorgas,
16 North 'f'hird street.—Adv.
Rejoice in New Tire Works
Pottstown, Pa., March 23. —After
months spent in installing heavy ma
chinery, the large plant of the National
Rubber Company, this town's newest
industry, was started yesterday manu
facturing tires and tubes.
Drops Dead While Playing Cards
Mahano.y City, Pa., iMarch 23.
.lames J. Collins, aged S6 years, one of
the oldest firemen and retired mer
chants, fell dead while playing a
friendly game of cards in Humane Fire
Stolen Pet Chicken Knew Owner
Columbus, Ind., March 23.—Motrin
one stole six chickens from Mrs. Charles
Pruitt, of t'liis city. One of them was
a pet and she declared the chicken
would recognize her if she could find it.
She finally called at the < 'armichael Pro
duce < ornpany's 'place of business and
asked *fo look at the chickens there. In
a short time sl'e found her pet and the
chick'en came running to greet her.
| Then she identified the other chickens,
i She learned the poultry had been sold
' by Samuel Harden and so she filed an
; affidavit against him in the city court.
| Harden was airested.
Kills Big Eagle With Club
Grecnburg, Ind., March 23.—Wilbur
i iJlnville, living near Clarksburg, killed
a large eagle with a club. His small
l son was playing in the yard and when
, the huge bird alighted near him he ran
; and told his father. The eagle put up
| a lively fight, but was finally killed by
j Mr. Linville. It measured 6 feet from
[tig) to tip.
Beman Boosted for Grand Warden
Hoy D. Beinan, of this city, is now
being' boosted for grand warden of Ihe
grand lodge of Pennsylvania Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows, which of
fice will be voted #or the latter part of
the month. The formal installation
will be held early p» May
Stage Duel Causes Death
Nacogdoches, Tex., March 23. —At
an entertainment in Melrose, ten miles
east of here, Prof. Coleman Hisinger,
who was acting the part of the man to
be shot, received a bad wound in hia
chest from a papier wad aud di«<L
SEAMAN'S BILL CONFUSING
Three Apparently Conflicting Dates for
It to Take Effect
Washington, March 23. —Shipping
men and officials of the Bureau of Nav
igation being unable to determine just
when t'he provisions of the seamen 's
act passed by the lant Congress take
effect, three apparently conflicting sec
tions in the law have been submitted
to the Attorney General for an opinion.
Restrictions as to quarters apply aft
er IMarc'h 4 last. The new lifeboat reg
ulations become effective July 1, 1915,
while section 18 provides that the act
shall take effect as to all American ves
sels on November 4, 1915, and in the
case of foreign shipping on March 4,
1916. Many shipping men have in
quired of the 'Bureau of Navigation re
garding this seeming conflict.
CHICAGO BREAD, 5 CENTS
Virtually Every Bakery Reduces Price
to Normal Figure
Chicago, March 23.—The price of
'bread in Chicago was reduced to five
cents a loaf, the normal figure, yester
day by virtually every baking con
The price was advanced to six cents
last month as a result of t/he high price
1 of flour.
HORSES IN LINER'S CABINS
1,500 Animals Shipped to France for
Use of Army
New York, -Niarc'h 23.—The old
tiinfe passenger liner Gasc.ogne, which up
to a few years ago plied betwffen New
York and Prenoh ports, cleared yester
day for Havre with what is said to be
t'he largest cargo of horses ever shipped
out of New York. The animals are in
tended for the' Use of the French army.
There were nearly 1,500 aboard.
The vessel has been entirely made
over for this traffic. Even the fittings
of the bridal suite had been ripped out
and what had once been luxurious
cabins were occupied by horses.
George Wilson Funeral '
Th*» funeral services of Oeorge Wil
son, who died Sunday at 113 VerTJeke
street, will be held at his lafe home
this evening at 7 o'clock. The services
j will be in charge of the Rev. Dr. J.
I B. Markwardi, pastor of the Bethlehem
| Lutheran church. The body will lie
j taken to Newport, where interment will
] be made.
H. O. Holstein to Make Address
When the State convention of Eagles
meets at Altoona June 8-9, the loeiil
lodge will be represented by Howard
O. Holstein, who will make tho re
sponse to the address of welcome to be
delivered by Mayor Walker. It is be
lieved that a large number of Harris
burgers will attend the convention.
Predicted Death. Then Died
Beaumont, Tex., March 23.—1>. A.
Tierney, 30, an iiiinate of the county
jail, died after predicting the approach
ing end. Declaring he was going to
die, he asked to be allowed to take a
bath, and while bathing he told tho
warden: "I am now going to heav
en." He died in five minutes.''
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