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i pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, re
fined features, wore pink and white
checked one-piece dress, tan shoes
and stockings and white undergar
ments. A bar pin set with brilliants
was the only piece of jewelry on the
. MORE MULHALL LETTERS ARE
FOUND IN INDIANAPOLIS
Indianapolis, lna, July 10. New
Martin M. Mulhall letters bearing on
the Watson campaign fund for gov
ernor in 1908 have been located here
in the letter files of the Indiana
i Manufacturers & Shippers Assoeia
These letters are said to bolster up
the Mulhall charges as they relate
the activities of certain interests in
raising the fund for "good old Jim
, ' The Manufacturers & Shippers As
, sociation is not affiliated with the
N. A. M. It is indeed the rival organi
i zation to the N. A. M.'s outfit in In-
diana, which is known as the In
1 diana 'Manufacturers' Bureau.
This makes the new letters in
tensely interesting. The Hon. Col.
Mulhall seems to have played both
ends against the middle.
The Manufacturers & Shippers As
sociation say the Mulhall letters will
not be given out "just yet"
Washington, July 10. The books
of the National Association of Manu
facturers, Bhowing the expenditures
of the organization since 1895, were
turned over to the Senate lobby com
A mittee by Secretary W. L. Marvin to
The committee today continued ex
amination of Marvin and Wm. Whit
man, millionaire textile manufac
turer and former president of the N.
A. M., with reference to their activi
ties in fighting for a high tariff on
The letters of Mulhall, showing his
activities as lobbyist and strike
breaker for the N. A. M., now are in
the hands of every member of the
committee. There are 20,000 of them. J
A bitter fight is likely the moment
Mulhall is sworn. The N. A. M. has
engaged former Attorney General of
New Jersey McCarter and several
lesser legal lights to help General
Counsel James A. Emery in the at
tempt to discredit Mulhall.
The house lobby investigation
committee met and organized today.
Taking of testimony will begin next
The committee will hold all hear
ings and examine witnesses in the
great marble hall of th6 House office
building, where the steel and money
trust and Lawrence strike investiga
tions were held.
KILLS CHILD WITH AUTO MAW
IS A NERVOUS WRECK
M. J. Cummings, realty man, held
at the Stanton avenue station for
causing the death of little George
McArdle with his auto, was a nervous
wreck today as he told of . the death
of the child. Sobs punctuated the
tragic story of the autoist.
Cummings is 62 years old. He re
cently underwent an operation for
appendicitis and is in a weakened
condition, having been released from
the hospital but a few days ago.
"I became numb when they told
me the boy was dead," he said. "I
was filled with fear because I had
been the. cause of the lad's death. It
was not fear of the consequences that
might be meted out to me by the law.
No, it was something unnatural.
"I trembled so that I could hardly
control my car to drive home. When
I reached my residence I collapsed,
and had to be attended by a physi
cian." An inquest over the boy's body will
be held late this afternoon.
Cummings' auto struck.the child, a
son of Peter McArdle, a contractor,
at 39th street and Grand boulevard,
where he was playing with his
brother and sister. Cummings claims
he was going only four miles an hour.
He took the lad to a drug store, where
he died. Cummings was later arrest-