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THE HERALD IS PRINTED IN TWO SECTIONS?THIS IS SECTION 7? BE SURE YOU GET BOTH SECTIONS 1
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Becw orine intlvtii detects* *er Tyth *",w
disorders. eren m STLo* ,n- $5-00 up
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you are feeling bed to know that gLIS" : *i An
your system h out of order fiiiiwpi *l.W up
yowr ijaa ra uui ui oracir. AU work rvar&stood N jun. Wo do
Consultation ITee. sxiictly as wo advertiao.
Tke National Laboratories DR" S*11 DENTISTS, he.
IWJV*1 MUUI?IVIICI DA. WALDO, MGR
Cbeaists BafttrMlorittl Out SO Totn Actual Exporlonco,
I._ _ _ __ , S. W. Conor 7tk and E Sts. M.W.
1313 H Street Northwest Eatraaco im 7tk st. n.w.
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An Amazing Hi
That Will Astc
v National Chairman and W
1X7ILSON asks McCombs to maiiafe his Presideatial
* * campaign?Wilson's first speech shocks him?
McCombs introduces McAdoo to Wilson. "Everybody
is against Wilson!" says McAdoo. McCombs's inside
story of Wilson break with Colonel George Harvey and
Henry Watterson, and how Wilson used him to try to
placate the two?Penfield's large contribution of money
and his subsequent appointment as Ambassador to
WHY Wilson applied for a Carnegie pension. The
real, authoritative story of die Wilson letter to
Joline, "to knock Bryan once for all into a cocked
hat"?how Wilson, throngh McCombs placated Bryan.
FIRST appearance of Colonel E. M. House, "a mildmankered,
sleek little man"?House declares
"Governor Wilsoa's candidacy is impossible!" But
the Colonel soon is complaining to McCombs in plaintive
tones that Governor Wilson forgets to send for him.
C ASCINATING story of how the political leaders of
* various States are lined up by McCombs for Wilson
for the Democratic National Convention?their
ames?bow each one is reached.
O EH1ND the scenes at Baltimore Convention?McCombs'
account, hitherto rare veiled, of the political
plotting! behind the scenes of Charles F. Murphy,
Roger Suflivaa, Bryan, A. Mitchell Palmer and other
Begin With the (
At All News Stands, 10c?(
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LOCAL MENTION. iw.
Summer Rates?Sub Hotel. ^
?SALE ?-iX-RAY :'3rS
Ml 5?e Mi $1.11 ( S? ?JSJTP?ras Jr?
?CAPS?" LOANS I
AA . I > HOMING
M MB DumnJi, Witcket, Jmkr
Ml $1.09 Ml #1.50 Cy AMERICAN LINE /UIX .
BATHING CAPS 3"? /?g^
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is siiapsiik 5Q.75 ?.I ii*h
RAINCOATS 3 it WhiUhTu%t.?%w T*rk
Goodyear Raincoat Co. "4ISrST?.
1004 F ST. N. W. >? ? A ho v> Girin Tkratrr
Modrr. De.tl.trr ? Moderate
)und the Nation
ilson's Personal Manager
HOW Woodrow Wilson shows the white feather during
the convention, and when it appears that
Champ Clark is on the road to nomination, WILSON
TELEGRAPHS AND PHONES MTOMBS INSTRUCTING
HIM TO WITHDRAW HIS NAME, hot his manager oppresses
M'COMBS' dramatic story, never before published,
of how Bryan confronts him in his undershirt at
a secret midnight meeting, on the seventh day of the
convention, and says: "Yon must torn your forces to
a progressive Democrat like me," placing a forefinger
vigorously on his chest.
AMAZING story of how McAdoo, after the convention,
tries to undermine McCombs and get the
National Chairmanship?McAdoo, during brief illness
of McCombs, changes all managers at Democratic headquarters?bow
McCombs rises from a sick bed, drives
to headquarters and removes McAdoo.
WILSON told McCombs the day after the Presidential
election: "I WISH IT CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD
THAT I OWE YOU NOTHING," and haughtily
GIVES ALL THE CREDIT TO GOD!
M'COMBS' X-ray turned on some of the leading
courtiers of Wilson?"Colonel House, a pony
intriguer and a dignified flunkey"?Morgenthau's heavy
contributions, expecting to be Secretary of the Treasury '
?what Baruch and EOcus did?and McAdoo, the chief
schemer, to work his way into the President's favor.
VIext Sunday # :
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)r Delivered to Your Door
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W . - - ' s > v -
MARRIED IN GOWN
WORN BY MOTHER
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Miss Mary IVmberton
Mohcure Becomes Wife
Of Frauds A. Cox.
TOT HEB4LP BVEBAr.
Ad 8. Doatphaa,
T27 Kta| Straat.
ALEXANDRIA, Vt, An? ?.?Mlaa
Mary Pemberton Moneure, d*u?rhter
of Mrs. William Augustus Moneure.
and Francis Augustine Co*, of Raleigh.
N. C.. w?re married at (
o'clock this evening at Christ Episcopal
Church by Re*. William J.
Iforton, D. D.. rector.
The bride entered the chnrch accompanied
by her ancle, R. c. L*
Moncure, or Fredericksburg. She
wore her mother's wedding crown, a
cream brocade ?llk, trimmed with
old pearls and her coronet veil waa
caught with orange blossoms.
I The maid of honor was Miss Margaret
Moncore.. sister of the bri?e.
who ^ywore cream chantllly lace
with a girdle of flowers, a picture
hat and her bouquet consisted of
larkspur an4 gink snapdragons.
The flowef girl waa little Miss
Car line Moneure. Sister -of the
bride, who. were a pink organdie
frock with hat to match and carried
a basket of pink roses. The
bridegroom had for. his best man
Lieut. Col. Albert Cox. of Raleigh.
N. C. . ~
The ushers were Comdr. John j
N. Ferguson; U. a N.: Phil Cheshire.
Charleston, 8. ,C: ertoert Claiborne.
Richmond, Va; Gardner L. Booths,
2nd.: Clarence Robinson. Thomas J.
Moneure, all of Alexandria. The
church was tastefully decorated
with ferns, potted plants and cut
More than .^00 guests attended a
reception and .buffet supper which
followed at the residence of the
bride, "Belle Font*." near Seminary'
HilL Following- the reception the |
couple left for Hot Springs, Va. (On
August 11 they will sail from Vancouver
for Shanghai, China, where
Mr. Cox will engage In missionary
Mr. and Mrs. Cox were assisted In j
receiving their guests by Mrs. Will- 1
lam Augustus Moneure. mother of
the bride and Mrs. William Ruffln *
Cox. mother ofthe bridegroom.
Among out of town guests attend- ,
ing Included Mrs. William Kuffin
Cox, of Richmond; Lieut. Col and
Mrs. Albert Co*, of Raleigh. N. C.: j
Mrs. Kdgar.Marburg and Mrs. Dixon. ;
of Philadelphia; Mrs. Thomas Wal- [
lace. Fredericksburg; Comdr. J.
N. Ferguson. tJ. S. N? and Mrs Fer- '
guson. Washington Navy Tard, and <
Mrs. W. D. IVmberton. Concord.
At an Inquest tonight at Demaine's
chapel to Investigate the
death of 8tanley Kelly, 18 years old, !
who died yesterday afternoon from !
Injuries received when his motor-'
cycle collided with a truck of the |
Texas Oil Company, driven by Roy j
*'"* ltt a veMict of accidental death
was returned. The driver was ex-j
ouerated from a^l blame.
According to the testimony of I
Nevitt he was driving east Duke \
street and Kelly was traveling west i
He said the motorcycle crashed into | 1
the rear wh?ei of the big oil truck. 1
Itichard Tennely. who wss on the 11
truck, testified Nevitt was on the I,
right side of the road and driving i (
slowly, stopping within about three
feet after the accident. E. D. Smith, i
i blacksmith, testified that the mo- i
torcycle was going about twenty- i five
miles an hour jnst before the! |
accident. Others to testify were ]
Ebner R. Duncan. Julian F. Poss j
?nd a youth named Henry Cornell. I.
The funeral of Kelly will take,
place st 2 o'clock Friday afternoon
from the residence of his parents.
*tr. any Mrs. James L. Kelly, H00
Incomplete returns from the c
Eighth Congressional district of^<
Virginia show that Harry St. George i
Tucker carried the district in yesterday's
primary by approximately i
1.00# majority. , ,
Miss Gertrude Fisher, of Manas- !
las, and Walter V. Wright, of Del
Ray, Arlington County, were married
u Washington Monday by Rev. !
John H. Jeffries. Following the ;
wedding a dinner was served the!
i>ridal party and friends at the j '
liome of the bridegroom's mother. '
Mrs. A. F. Drlscoll, Del Ray. 1
The body of George McBurney, 23 1
Kears old, son of George McBurney, '
* former resident, will be brought *
here Friday. .The funeral will take I
714 13TH ST
Have you seei
Kapok Silk <
N. The beaul
THE\ your ar
ODD \ ant<
Lots of |
BgljB For 1?
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Popular in Fredericksburg.
MISS ELEANOR RUSSELL.
Charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Russell, Fredericks.
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place at 4 o'clock in.the afternoon n..Ll* g I
from St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Jf UD11C iJClCCIS
Burial will be in the I'raabyterian
Cemet"y Name of Family's
Webster Burroughs, of. North
Rraddock. Arlington County*, wu NinpfAPnfn Ro nv
struck by a trolley car tonight at 9 * lUl^iwlIUi UCXAJJ
o'clock over the Waahington-Vir
ginia Railway at North Braddock. LYNCHBURG. Vs.. Aug. 3?F. O.
?nd sustained a deep scalp wound. Shan<r> . locm, merchmnt who ,orae
He was rushed to the Alexandria, w?k, ,gn ,an ?ppe- t0 the
Hospital and his injuries dressed by public for a name for hi, nlncteenth
Dr. M. D. Delanay. baby, has deoided to allow M. S. ;
| Stewart, an architect, of Cairo. Ga.. I
The body of Corp!. Shirley T. Pul- pam,. the babv "Stewart."
lin. 30 years old. of this city, who Mr. Stewart wrote: "If you
died of w?unds received in France | haven't named the baby, call him
November S. 1317. will be buried Stewart, and he will always?be !
at 2:3# o'olock tomorrow afternoon lucky." Mr. Shan?-r has written Mr.
with military honors in Arlington I stew art to suggest a middle name
Cemetery. He was a son of the late I for the 3-month-obl habv.
Mr. and Mr#. J. C. Pullin.
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Young Couple Accused 01117111| A TICII
Of Stealing an Auto ItllkUIVIM 11wlvl
FREDERICK. Md. Aug 3.?Pale j IFfUfK YOD FORFVER
Brannon. 21 yearn old. alias Roy D " Wni "fcl*
Saunders, and Zelma Saunders. 171
years, both of Clarksburg. W. Va.. J
accused of stealing an automobile g,.,,* rrte Arid ITl.islH Are
belonging to Charles E. Main. ..f ,k,
Buckey?town. near here, were ar?
rested in BaKimore and brought to ifarta * tfce System
this city for a hearing. Ulthla Twniy-f??r Hear*.
Brannon with his pretty com- Every druggist in this country is
panion. whom he claimed as his authorised to say to *^ery rheu rlfe
arrived in Midd'etown last , .ufferer that It two bottles
Sunday. I-ater they were arretted . ... _ _ w^a?,
rharged with stealing: three quarts of Allenrhu. the sure enqueror of |
of ice cream at C. F. Main's plant, rhennjatism. does not stop all |
Taken before a justice of the peace, agony, reduce swollen joints and do
they told a pitiful tale of hunger, *w?T with even the slightest twinge
and the case was dismissed. They ^.J?Leu~"c h' t
were also given jobs, later they de- ment 1,1 ? comparted
lt^ Mr. Main's automobile. Allenrhu has been tried and tested |
???????? for years, and really marvelous re- I.
Rural Life Conference j most severe raset where Ihr suffer^ I
Discusses School Needs piteous and where the patient was '
CHARLOTTESVH-L.E. Va.. Aug. 3 ?fM lh# d,*cov?rer I
. . . oi Aiienrnu. * no for manv v#?ans
?The annual rural life conference : #uflrered the torments of acute rheu- I
it the University of Virginia was! matism. desires all sufferers to
>pened this afternoon by Dean Chas. know that he does not want a cent
5. Maphis. who made a report on of anyone's money unless Allenrhu
ural schools *nd h? n.atructed
i .V ^ wi decisively conquers this worst of ;
Addresses were given by Dr. Wil- people's Drug Stores to guarantee
iam T. Sanger, executive secretary it in^ every instance.?Adv.
>f the State Teachers' Association. , ????
ind Dr. W. J. Holloway. State super- ~
rteor of rural schools in Maryland. I /" \
At tonight's session co-operative ^ ||||1IPII
narketing was discussed by Clarence ' SIMHpI
Poe. of Raleigh. N. C.. editor of The '
Progressive Farmer. Unless some | m
better method of distribution and if rSflllTS IB
ess expensive plan of selling are WfcdPwW
provided, the fruit grower and farm- ..._AB?
ir cannot hope to realize the profits kAVTKTDH V|BC|| J1
which are Justly theirs, he declared. bHVI I ! rlUin In
rhe only practical remedy for the ^^ "
situation seems to be co-operative A.a._ U' w
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COMPANY Cape He-,
ViV/ITAA .rYil 1 UNEXCELLED B0XTING.
RFFT V W i HOTELS and COTTAGES
1 " DELIGHTFUL
' P WEEKEND TRIFS
i our display ot | M^,rr. ,tw?
50-inch Drapcrv ?
, r ? , , j CITY TICKET OFFICE
Liful colors and 7JI IJth St. N w.
|| I . WH<nri IMIbS
will appeal to NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
tistic taste. War- STEAMBOAT CO. J
:d sun fast and |
GETS THE MOST FOR HIS Biill Hi Sinday J;?,? ; | Hsil
MONFY' U? Iww-n* Isats H? aTDaUy MsrtB.it.
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people shut their eyes when they WRLCOMi RKTI R\ or TMI
most. Dont spend your *iard- Limited Kanweaesi
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