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I L 60 TO PRISON
WLu County Attorney Indig
Wwt 0ver Tarring of Miss
M jyiary chamberlain.
Ag EVIDENCE TO CONVICT
Lres He Will Not Stand for
B a Fme as Penalty for the
:X V(S, ;ated Press.
H1J,V BEM) Kan.. Sept. f. The
Keen men or boys, eleven of thorn
'Sobers of wealthy Lincoln eonnty
Chef who. on the night, of August
(V 0(i echool teacher and daughter
fcweaithv fanner, from a bujrfry in
iJLt'uhfl was rimg with Edward Ri-
Er. will po to prison if W. W. Mr-
XJmik eounty attorney, can possibly
SfMcCanles'made this statement to
iT He declared he harl more, than
..-tpS evidpnc to obtain convictions in
uMSecasfH '-rid that h would accept
; 'thin$r but jail sentences for tho men
npnnj tli Kansas Ian- docs not pro
He ponK'anieTit for this foul crime
,E Ve have to prosecute under an ap
:Wh SnH battery charge, " be paid to
! will insist on a jail sentence
nKult and battcrv is punishable by n
K or a vear in jail. I won 't stand
V, finc as a penalty. The guilty
Vnust. all cn 'nil . ... .
m Mcanles and Stuart C. olford,
B(ff of Lincoln county, have thor
2Klr investigated rumors circulated
2t"MiJS 1 'hamhorlain Both men de-
the reports groundless.
'Ifii bav found absolutely not one
IB to substantiate charges against
mi Chamberlain," said Mr. McGanlea
;-kfl accused men are preparing to
ijjfa everything they have to escape
iEE YEAES IN
! J. Dieglc, Former Sergeant-at-w
of Ohio State Senate. Sen
tenced for Bribery,
'MBl'S. O. Sept. 9. Rodney T.
firnvT sergeant -at -arms of the
r.at. who was convicted of atd
I nri'lnr alleged bribery, was to
ren a sentenoe of threo years In
t't sentence was suspended until
ber 18. 1912. to allow too case to
tied in Hi" circuit court If the
los not hoar the case on or be
st iltTK- a further suspension will
iter. He was released
u announced at the office of
i lawyer tfi-it he would not make
I aenten was riss'-.l Attorney
I llogan said
told Mr rwqip that if he told
olo truth wi would make a plea
rey to the court. Instead of con
h concealed entblng we de
j know, hence we cannot ask the
r rinincv in this fuse."
ft attorneys tiled an appeal to the
court this afternoon and the rase
heard there on September 23.
INJURED IN RIOTS
aid Soldier?. Have Fierce Battle
l Cheaper Food Manifcstants
at Brest, France.
T. Prance. Sept t A fierce bat
mi) here todaj when n large
Mheaper food manifestants en
he troop?, ,t least forty persona
ly policemen and soldiers were
uri by stones, bottles and missiles
t then by the mob. The troops
"y charged into the crowd and
lly large numbt r of rioters were
to being struck by sabers or
Uf tinmpl-.l on ly the cavalry
mi i! j''cr8 were nut permit
t.??.?- 9- The government is
wsuional tror.pp t.. the depart
di France to deal with the .-heap
gWnstratlons. which often are
a fty revolutionary Bocletlea.
se that women were parading i
P.r,,,,Nsi against the high!
food and that tnc rougher ele- 1
in , hindering si s I
!f;'V : rrom Br. st, Valeh-
: hi MAN ItOBBKIi OF HKR
It-5 JEWKI.S HOARD TRAIN
X RON. s.,,t. Ioss of
,ri jewels was reported to the
Ids ."'l-- today by Mrs.
gj A ,1,., ,,.,;, k f Chicago,
Eel, "",!" ' ' ''M.. 1 Thurs-
ice K -e r" rn,ltn ,0 tllif "tv-
i,,,, 5 ,vf'l'r,"'l to the Clevi
E I,h,,t T!";v were on the look-
fU:rxh it ou" man
toft Bh? t0,M th0 Bo8tn
irho lu, "L 1 P waB tbe young i
f lv ' t-'' at a" table I
V PR ARRESTKD FOR
sf CRIMINAL PRACTICE
"'iJ-: Sept. O.-Dr. U.
-MPK n" v,':' !i: "n a warrant
III IfVsiro r,'-,, ! ' and
IV MB.Mlinha"' ,'J ' ; at hFa office In
Um , " 1 ' nlKht.
We lo3i-Vn iW"rf' '""'-overerl in a
!may 1"" ' " l,"?n'ilnK r-byM-
lN .Kln'' ':i, tVu-i . 9lPaar Maciiluso.
..H.'sM1'1 tin v.- ' ' ' !":'" -xil. ..
effl:af v1- ; ' ''"s,,jr' buiid-
611 MAY BE ABLE
TO SOLVE MYSTERY
' Detectives Examining Pearl
Trimble, Who Lives Near
Scene of Murder.
By Lensed Wire to The Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9 The mystery
shrouding tho killing of Chauffeur Frei-
erlek Wtnnersitom. wIiobo weighted
body was found In tho Vox river, near
I Cary, 111 . wan expected by detectives to
hr- cienred lato today by the evidenco of
Miss Pearl Trimble. B farmer's pretty
dauKhter. livlnsr three mllen from the
Foono of tlio crlmo and only a few roJs
from the spot where the "U'enncrstrom
automobile later w-as found.
When grilled by the police. Miss Trim
btn became a woman of mystery, ad
mitting a number Of facts of importance,
but denying that sbe was with the automobile-
party the night of th" murder.
Mr.. Trimble, tho pirl's mother, told
of the visit to the farm of a mysterious
man the night of the murder of Won
nerstrom and the nlfjlu after
The :iuthor!tles aro convinced that
Wennerslrom. a witness In the Chicago
lnbor war, was killed to prevent him
Rivinar state.'s attorney Wayman evi
dence iti his possession.
Before the ktllinK. however, tho party
visited a number of madhouses in the
Fox river valley, and at the la-t Iwo
places was accompanied by two Women.
One of these is sale to have been Tcarl
The Fox river and Crystal lake are
belnt: dragged for the body of a woman.
What may have been the motive for tho
possible murder of thi; woman has not
been ascertained Tho Investigators ciinp
to tho belief that a woman was killed
John Ram!er; who Is believed to have
been murdered at the fa mo tinio Won
nerstrom was slain, disappeared from
C'ldcaRo August 1, snnn after the shoot
ing In the Heisen building during th
plumbers4 nnd steamf I ttera' war iio
was wanted as a witness by Stnte's At
Ttamlor and Wennerstrom. accordlnp to
detectives, were seen together often be
fore the former's disappearance;-
Daughter of Chicago Lumherman Acci
dentaJly Discharges Revolver
Thought to Be Empty.
By Leased Wire to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO. Sept. S -fourteen -year -old
Mary Wulchet, daughter of Louis Wul
o.het. a wealth- lumberman living at 4401
Ookenwald avenue, today phot and killed
her 9-year-old brother Eugene and
wounded her mother when she af-olden-tallv
disrha.rged a revolver she thought
to ho cmpt v
Tho tragedy orciirred at thA exclusive
Ml'ldlo Ba.Ks Island club, noar Sandusky,
O., where Mn. Wulchet and her children
had been spending the summer.
General Nelson A. Miles and other no
tables, guests of the cinb for the Perry
centennial meeting, were about the club
at the time of the accident
The girl was playing with a revolver
which was supposed to be unloaded She
pointed ths weapon at her mother anil
pulled the tricgor There was a loaded
shell in the chamber and l h; bullet In
flicted a flesh wound in Mrs. Wuichet's
I side and then, glancing, pierced the lit
tle boy's arm and found lodgment. In his
heart." Ele died instantly.
Mtk. Wuichet's Injurs as Faid to he
r-!ight. but she w-as prostrated b the
rdiock and grief and complications were
Tho Wulehet family are personal friends
of President Tnft. who often visits Mid
dle Haas Inland.
Th- tragedy occurred on the eve of
the departure of the family ror Chicago.
They had planned to return here tomorrow.
TAKES SIX PASSENGERS
Bv Assoelated Pre.".
BERLIN. Sept. 9. -The Zeppelin
dirigible balloon, Schwaben, wih it
passengers aboard arrived over Berlin
at 11.4" o'clock this morning, thereby
completing its 350-mile journey from
The big airship etii'ireled the city and
then proceeded to Potsdam, where it
made a successful landing. The Schwa
ben will remain only oue day at Pots
dam, a the projected "harbor' for
dirigibles has uot yet been completed.
The Schwabeu left Baden-Baden on
the morniug of September and arrived
at Got ha in the afternoon. After a two
days' stop, the dirigible ascended at
ij-.i.") o'clock this morning ou the final
stage of its trip.
15y Associated Press.
GOTHA. Ger , Set,t 0 The Zeppelin
dirigible balloon Schwaben sailed from
this city with -i.v passengers at 1")
o'clock this morning on the final stage
I of its trip from Baden-Baden to Berlin.
The scheduled route from Gotha was
practically as the bin! flies, with a slight
deflection to pass ovot Leipzig.
The distauee of the entire flight is
PEOPLE OF FINLAND
IN FEAR OF PARTITION
By Associated Fross.
HEL6INGFOR8, Finland. Sept. 9.--General
Langbofff, secretary of state
for Pinlnnd, replied to B letter til
dressed to him by citizens of Nikolai
stad, 1he chief town of the government
of Visa, in which they asked what
stop; Finland's representative of the
throne had taken U avert the danger
of partition which is agitating Im-
The secretary of stale told the citi
zens to await until the question of par
titioning the country had been decided
nnd to turn to him only if they then
found grounds for protest.
URGE THAT CRUISE OF
FLEET BE POSTPONED
Bv Associated PreSS.
SAN FBANCISCO, Sept. 9 A pro
I cession of telegrams directed to Beek
! man Winthrop, assistnut secretary of
! the navy, was started from here yes
terday urging that the proposed cruise
of the PaciflC Meet to Hawaii be post
poned, iu order that the coast may
have a nanl pageant October 14,
when President Taft will ofliciato at
the found breaking of the Panama
The fleet is scheduled to sail Septem
: ber Lfl and RO from Hawaii to San
loego for maneuvers.
The everlasting girl question is easily
and entirely solved by the insertion of
a littlo want ad" in Tho Tribune
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Society Man Arrested at Los An
geles for Selling Land He
Did Not Own.
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 0. Tohn
Lyman, a promoter whose operations
have hen carried on in large cities
throughout the country, was arrested
here last nif.hr on complaint of persons
in Los Angeles who accuse him of at
tempting to d'.fraud them of $50,000.
The arrest was made by Postoffice In
spectors W. I Mad, Mia and E. H, Morse.
The accusation of the postal authori
ties is that Dr. Lyman, as orirauizcr of
the' Panama Development company, used
the mails to defraud atsd issued pros
peetuses containing promises and asser
tions which tho promoter has not kept.
Lyman is known in New York and
Bo.ton and in the capitals of the old
world He has been m trouble several
times, the last when he was arrested ou
a fraud charge in connection with n
Boldfleld, Nev mining deal, on com
plain! oi B P. Bhefiels of ''hicajjo.
Lyman always posed as a society man
and was: known in the social flffl of
Los Angeles and Pasadena. He left Los
Angeles ten days ago and soon after
ward his victims appealed to the fed
oral authorities, seeking to recover some!
of the money they had invested. It is
asserted thai Lyman does not own land
in Panama .which he sold for C-3 an acre
As today is Admission day, a legal
holiday in California, the office of the
United states commissioner is closed
and Lyman cannot begin proceedings
for release until Monday.
TROUBLE OVER WOMAN
LEADS TO SHOOTING
By Associated I'rcss.
Kansas CITY, Mo., Sept 8 -Henrj
C Gumbell, ir , a wealthy speculator in
haw with hi.-adiiunrti.TS In Wichita, Kai;..
and a son of Henry C. Gumbell. a Kan
sas City capitalist i was shot and. It is
believed, mortally wounded here late
this afternoon by Robert Curtlss, n
On Scpteinlv-r 1 last Turtles brought
milt for divorce against his wife, Lucie
;;. rurtlsw In that suit Gumbell was
named as one f the men friendly with
Mrs. Curtisi. Todays shooting Is be
lieved to iiuvc grown out of that suit,
Q 1 35 dozen young men's fine j $1.50 and $1.75 shirts Ladies' $2.50 and S3 00 ' $15 values n fwe11 collec- 8
j I:1 tion in black and blue
tailorraade suits, $10 and I placed on sale for only wash skirts, on sale for j serSe suits for men- !
worth $17.50 to $25; va-
I I S15 values, on sale at j j rioTia SLzes an(j on sai0 I BW
I $lo95 1 55cl60c $6.50 I
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1 200 wa;h the blue skies comes this Great, Ladie3' 515 ancI $2 suit3 I
H $10 values Daniels fire 7
& .ale Mammoth, Monster Fire, Smoke !-
fatfk I afid Vv'ater Sale, crushing prices m a a
ife F ill on merchandise to the Lowest kf hI
Ej fjJ&ibH tl j Possible point. V
1 "' M Prices Cut, Slashed, Mashed , I
Hashed, Annihilated US I
hose, on sale for I garment,
The iron stroke of the master
t ! 4L$r& hand has caused high prices to
Jl he pulled down and nailed to the jjfejj?
I I floor. People are coming from 1
rHHPJMHMHHpJM. every direction and buying as rPMPsffMHn
siightiy water damaged never bet re. Excitement every LadiCs' taiiorcduits I
ladies' shirt waists, worth r. -
Ms o n minute. Come people, come. of $20.00 value9 ,
I I $4,03? m and $6.00 HaSs 50c j S I
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I Ladies' fine silk dresses, $25 and $40 values sale Misses' assorted sizes, a $5 ladies' shirt waists on j
I I from $20 to $25 values, collection assorted sizes, i0.1), dress
S I y T ' skirts, worth $18, on sale ( sale at .
I j fire sale, only a
BODY OF KIDNAPED
GIL FOUND IN LAKE
Mystery of the Disappearance
of Annie Lemberger of Madi
son, AA is.. Solved.
BIT AstOul&tcd F'ross.
MADISON, Wis, Sept 0. Tho dearl
bodj ft' sevon-year-old Annie Lember-
per. who was kidnaped after going to
bed at w borne of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Lemberger, last Tues
day nignt, was found today in Lake
Monona, a mile from her home.
Superficial examination of the body
disclosed no evidence of violence be
yond a slight laceration of one enr ami
a discoloration on the neck, tli latter
mark indicating lliat the chiM may
have been strangled.
The body was found by George I
Younger, a cement worker, living at
s.nith Madison, and was brought to an
undertaking room Iu this city. No
ire ghts Mere on the body, nor were the
hands ur feet bound in any way.
The only motive for the murder, as
far as the case has developed, seems to'
be revenge on her parents by some
enemj at preseni unknown, The child
vrenl to sleep with an elder : iter on I
Tuv-da v nicht. hut. r. Wednesday
morning the younger ;:iri as missing
from bed An open window in the
room gave the first intimation that she
had been kidnaped.
Younger, who found the body, will
receive the $500 reward offered by the
SENTENCED TO LONG
TERM FOR SWINDLING
ny Associated Press.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 0 - Fr.tnk H,
Kimball, who Is alleaed by the nolle? to I
have n. long criminal record In Colorado,
Oregon an'' elsewhere, was sentenced to
i! v La hard labor frn thrse t" iwn!
years in i:Lt Diison for swindling ciar
onc Dayton afUman. the multlmlUlon-
ulro l'-.jl rsl:itf ;li;iler, nnd llui banks
out of ji'J.ooo. Ths money was found
in Kimball's possession and returned to
Kimball confessed that in hts home in
T-ixas he read of the conviction and en
tence of llillmun for using ths nulla to
defraud and that he enmo to Seattle for
th.- express purpose f robbing Hlllman,
Hlllmnn is at llbSTty pending an aipu)
of his ease.
MISS (LARA BARTON
N EARING THE GRAVE
Bv Associated Preys.
OXFORD, Mars., Sept 9. Miss Clara
Barton, founder f( the American Red
CrosR. Is believed to he near death at
h?r summer borne in this town. She Is
90 ars old.
Iri poor health when she came here
early In the summer from hr home at
Glen Echo, Md., she bas grown Rridunl
y worse Miss Barton Is a native of
Oxford and for a long time bas main
tained a summer home here.
TRIBUNE WA NT ADS Pl'I.L.
Mercy Denied Him.
By Associated Press.
LifiBox. o.. sept 9. Arraigned in
probate court today on a charge of hitch
ing his wife to a plow and beating her
because Eh failed to pu'.i It, Jacob Zim
merman of Wcllsville pleaded guilty and
sought th mercy Of the court. Ho go?
t ninety days In the workhouse.
I Health Is Your Greatest Asset. It You Are Sick Why I
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Catarrh and all other Chronic and Private Diseases for many years and have Asthma rmmE 3
treated more than 100,000 Cases. .nd Lung f -j I
NOW IS 1HE TIME FOR BEST RISULTS1 BBSS'" S
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treat) 1 by Bome other doctora Even your family d'"-tr may not know Just stomach TgsiSB fc" i
what your trouble is, tor he Is a general practitioner for the most part In Liver Ssr1'
scuts cases, and bas not had the experience to become a specialist In the 11- Heart I
ign sIg or treatment of chronii diseases. Drs. Shores have the learning.. Kidney Ujjs .
th- ability and the experience male- a cure a certainty, if yt-ur dtsens- is skin and L, X
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exorbitant In their charges While they are fntiiled to the usually high fees Curable. sSrsn Sfcas
of specialists, ami knowing thai ths Sick could not get more skilled treatment - ,
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7V ALL CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES " k-,s- !r
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Why not try the treatment that wt 7 w maintain a
Jr,.,,'; r, ir.--nct- Specialists Hll?liT sst & :
reliable peopk- who l-.avo been prs Shores & Sliores have spent many I SIM B ml the treatment
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ni B9 nnd liar Noises If yOU suf- private Diseases of Men Women and J, VJul SLA A special dlsoates
fer from any Chronic Ailments, Children, They have treated over 100.- a1cj weak
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who cure'. experience rarely grunted any specialists, con' dence
LIVER ;!ri;j have gleaned therefrom Information ,.-,,',.- th . n.M ohoro. nK(.T
Troubles. Constipation, Sallow that is Invaluable to sick people They R' -m 1... th i. r
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Sick lie,.....-. , el quickly and Diphtheria any price not because tSl mp B'4 luV rehai.-lltv
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these warnings Brim"; a sample Btudytajr CHRONIC. NERVOUS and PRI- ease.
f urine and have It teste, free. VATE DISEASES. Tnat Is where they U . Cttr Rv Mai!
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