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Tho Volco of Exporlonco.
Love nnd a porous plaster, soi
Are very much nllko!
It's simple getting Into ono,
But gotting out good-nlghtl
Opinions of Editors Concerning tho Op
erations of tho Underwood Freo
"What's tho Uso?"
The wool situation is an odd one, for
with the duty nir the price is higher
tli. 'in ever, and yet those who enn nf
lord u now suit of clothes say that
clothes are cheaper. If tills condition
will continue, everybody ought to be
satisfied. However, the apparently con
tradictory state Is not so if one eon
si'lers everything in connection,
'lho sheep industry hns not been in
.good shape in tho Northwest, or, foi
that matter, anywhere in the United
States, for a long timo. Unfavorable
conditions have reduced the bands all
over tho country, until tho amount ot
nnlio wool hns been reduced to such
nu extent that manufacturers havt
grown uneasy about their supplies. Tin
small quantity of wool, comparatively
speaking, has raised the price, and so
the present quotations are not duett
duty or reduction of duty. They havt
had nothing to do with It.
When every energy is being exerted
tc encourage tho wool industry In it'
lour of trial and stress, the lifting ol
the Tariff has had a disheartening ef
feet. 'While it is very true that it ili.
not Millliy to lower prices, its psychol
ogieal effect was bad, and is apt t
rUiourage the men who have consider
cd increasing their flocks. We h.iv
been struggling along for a long tinii
seeking a way to build up a onct
great industry and a necessary one.
Touiporary conditions seem good. The
" future no one can read, but the dut
has been a barrier against danger from
without. With that barrier removed
too ninny sheepmen nre apt to say,
"What's the um'" Oregon Farmer.
Another factory in Xaugatuck, which
a short time ago laid off 200 men, says
the Ausonia Sentinel, now announce?
n holiday from August 1 to 17 for 2."P
men. This, of course, Is purely psy
chological and an indication of advanc
ing prosperity for tho Xaugatuck Val
ley. A -Norwich business man who "bal
nnces his books twice a year found his
receipts .i'.i'A) less for the six months
since January 1, and remarked that to
l.im that seemed to be one of President
Wilson's psychological puzzles for coin
11011 people. v
The psychological effect of tho low
Tariff of the Wilson administration tin
first eight mouths of its operation was
to reduce the exports over $200,000,000,
and in May Inst the exports fell off $32,
!."7,2t!, while the duty free imports in
creased $'1:5,501, 000; the psychological
result is that our highgrado balance
is growing smaller and smaller and
tho gold which was flowing in to us ti
keep American workmen busy is nnv
flying out to brighten up foreign busi
It takes a lively imagination to make
such things look liko signs of dnwniuj.'
prosperity Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin
The Republican Tariff was built oi
the theory that the prosperity of the
farmer was essential to the prosperity
of tho nation. The Democratic Tarift
is framed on the theory that the pros
perity of the farmer is of no conse
qucnee. The Democratic party will
hear from the farmers in the Cougrcs
Blonnl olections next fall. Wollsboro
Wo feel sure that President Wilsor.
has the task of life before him when
ho undertakes to convince the mi no
owners of this State who nre ongngod
in the production qf lead and zinc, that
the 'H, fiOO.OOO that tliey have lost since
the enactment of tho Wilson-Simmons
Underwood Freo-Trado bill is "psy
chological." They will auswor: too
much "New Freedom." I'orryville
(Mo.) Now Republican Era.
Intrusted With Selection of Republican
liquisvlllc, Ky., August 15. Tho Re
publican Central Committee, at a call
ed meeting today, chose lormor Gov
ornor Augustus E. Willsou, Marshall
Bullitt and Congressman John W. I.u'ig
ley as members of a subcommittee to
select tho Campaign Committee far the
coming election. Any action taken by
this subcommittee will be approved iy
tho State Central body.
POPE PIUS VEEY ILL.
,Itoino, August 10. ropo Pius X., wi,
today ordered to bed for a completo rest
by his physiclnn, Dr. Mnri-hiafavii.
It is reported that all but $3,000 of
tthe pioposed $10,000 building fund for,
the Ple Mountain Settlement School in
'Jlarlnn County has beou raisod. '
Two m'en are under arrest ii St. Louis
in connection with tho murder mid rob
bery of F, II, Boiler, paymaster for. a
refrigerating concern, N
Jin tho result of a family quarrel
Elijah T. Morris was shot' ami killed
; a - . ... m .
s sou-lauuw,. iow wiisou, 'at uem
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PROPHECY IN DANIEL'S M
NOW IS WflRlD'S HISTORY
In the Interpretation of Nebuchadnezzar's Dream Rev, Peter Robertson Sees
a Forecast of the Great Growth of Civil zation Tlirough
the Passing ot Powerful Nations
In hjs sermon, "Tho Colossal Image
in King Nebuchadnezzar's Dream," de
hored yesterday iu tho Moliaw'k Pres
byterian Church, Rev. Peter Robert
"Nebuchadnezzar was ruler of u uni
versal empire in tho reigu-of Jchoiukiu,
King of Judnli, CU7 B. C. Daniel, by
irtuo of superior Clod-given wisdom,
knowledge, skill and lenrnlng, was ex
ulted to be his Prime Minister from
that of being a Hebrew captive, lie
also had understanding iu all vision
and dreams. God sometimes spake to
heathen Kings by visions and dreams,
as well as to Belshazzar by the oft
quoted handwriting on the wall, which
writing told him he was weighed in the
balance and found wanting.
"In Nebuchadnezzar's dominion all
nations served him. This colossal
image of human form, with its head of
gold, which Daniel was asked to ex
plain, represented four great world
powers. Tho golden head the Chaldean
Empire; tho silver breast nnd arms
united the Medo-l'erslan Empire; tho
belly and thighs of brass tho Macedon
ian, or Grecian, power, established b
he conquests of Alexander tho Great;
be legs of iron and feet, part of iron
uid part of clay, the Roman power.
"The Roman Kmpire began to de
lino 1,-100 years ago. Universal em
ire passed away under Alexander the
1rent. Charleinango and Napoleon
each tried iu vain to sway the scepter
of universal empire.
'The four great old world power
did not make good, did not bring forth
tho fruit of a noble civilization, and
God wiped them from the map of his
"John, in the visions of Revelations,
" 'I saw a great white throne, and
aim that sat on it, from whose face
the earth and tho heaven tied away
and there was' found no place foi
"What was prophecy in Daniel V day
i now history. Tho lesson nf Nebu
chadnezzar's dream is for all time.
The spirit of great world poweis has
i.uch in common and while those of
rie day have been much modified by
Die softening and refining influences of
Christianity, yoj they are -yill far
'roui the ideal.
"The colossal Image of human form,
vith ifs golden head, silver breast anil
nrms, brazen holly and thighs and its
iron legs nnd feet, part iron and part of
day, symbolizes somewhat the lJuro-1
penn nations now confronting each oth
er in bnttlo array. J
"Daniel informs us that thoro is to
bo a kingdom which tloods can not
deluge, fire or sword can not devour
nor revolution ever overthrow.
"The stone in my text, coming forth
out of tho mountain quarry of eter
THE MENACE OF THE DOOS.
Editorial reference was made iu t'.e
Courier-Journal a few days ago to the
largo number of dogs in Kentucky and
the consequent difliculty of iucre.isiii'.'
the sheep-growing industry.
Another and a more serious ph:e
of tho situation is emphasized iu a
.ircnlar letter that is being sent nut by
the Stato Board of Health. This let
ter states that recent examinations of
dogs' hpads from widely separated sec
tions of the Stnte show the alarming
1 rovalence of hydrophobia. Tho Board
of Health urges that valuable dogs
should be kept upon their owners' prem
ises or carefully muzzled, and that of
ficers nnd' the people generally should
destroy, "as painlessly as possible," il'
uiimuzzled dogs running at largo.
Through arrangements with the
United States Public Health Service
the Stato Board of Health is enabled
to j-lvo tho Pasteur treatment nt It
bnttcriological laboratory in Bowling
Green, without oxpeuse, to persons who
hnvo been bitton by rabid dogs or oth
or animals. A recent press report in
(Heated tho presonco of sixty person
who ,worQ undergoing this treatment,
all"1 portion's of tho Stato being reprc
!A11 dogs nro not worthless. It goes
without saying that there are mni.y
viluablo dogs iu Kentucky but the
great majority of tho canine population
is of tho valueless kind. As a rule, the
damage that is dono is not chargeable
to tho valuable dogs, but to tho no
madic, homeless and half-starved mon
grels nnd curs which are so much iu
ovidonco everywhere. Tho pescssion
of dogs by families which aro not uble
to, feed, them nnd tako proper euro of
them is little short of a crime. Never
theless thoro aro thousands of such
dog-owning- families, and tho keeping
af dogs under such circumstances is a
menace to life and property.'
If tho Stato dog law wero strictly
enforcod tho number of dogs could h
reduced by fully half. The rcductloi.
would apply to tho "Yorso half, for tho
man who really values his dog prop
'orty Tvill not object ta paying taxes
m It. Tho elimination, of half the dog?
Jh Kentucky- would glvtfthe ehoep own
ers' a chasce for tli much-netidod ex
y mamwm fm.
Mratt.V.A.lJKI. -Vt 'a ,.. rfWtC-Xr .1! " . - J . r j.' i . .JL. t iv'liKrtWfjRl.i T1irf
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nlty, without hands, smites the mo
tall ie colossus upon its feet nnd breaks
them to pieces. Then was the iron, the
clay, the brass, the silver nnd the gold
broken to pieces together, nnd became
liko the chaff of tho summer thrashing
lloors, and the wind carried them away
that no place was found for thorn; and
the stone that smote the Image beenme
a great mountain ami filled the whole
"God is not on the side of tho strong
est battalions. God is ono the side of
right. Martin Luther said: 'God and
ho made a majority.'
"Civilization will be defeated, said a
writer in ono of tho daily papers the
other day, because Great Britain has
clasped hands with Russia in the con
test in question nay verily I
"'When Paris was taken Bismark
telegraphed in words to this effect:
'Paris lias fnllon and ono Emperor
taken prisoner.' Suppose that in a few
weeks from now Berlin is placed where
Paris was. That Senteneo would read:
'Berlin has fallen and ono Eiupcroi
"Would Gorman civilization cease'.
By no means. Germany has too great
past nnd too resourceful a future
If that supposition were realized it i
more than probable that n Prussia!
icpublic, minus too much militarism
would rise on the ruins of the (lormni
"Or suppose tho country of your pas
tor, Great Britain, should meet defeat
and her superb navy sunk iu mid-ocean
and her merchant marine captured and
taken to German ports, would till her
glory fade and her splendid civilization
ho -defeated? No, never.
"She is too full of noble deeds foi
such mi eclipse, having held her lit
ernture and her laws and her civilia
tion as a sacred trust to all the world
"It is to lie greatly regretted that
Great Britain should hae beei
forced or think she was forced to par
t'oinpany with her old friend and all)
Germany, who fought so nobly witl
her iu the Napoleonic wars and savei
Christian civilization to all the world
There are many strong bonds between
these two great empires.
"All these nations are our brethren
for God has made for one blood all men
for to dwell on the face of the earth
The Teuton, the Celt, the Belgian, tin
Russian, the Jew, the Greek, the Bi'ton
the Turk, tho Spaniard and the Gau
have the same God for a Creator and
father and all need tho same Savior,
"If therefore one nntiou suffer, all
suffer. The nations are liko tho mem
bers of the human body in that reganl
Difference in climate, soil and temper
nturo has made it possible for each t
supply the other's need. Commerce and
Christianity precede civilization, and
these will vet nromoto good will amone
'.ill nations of the earth.
etoaomy also would bo effected in tin
saving of foodstuffs that are consume
by dogs and human life would be saf
er and infinitely nioro satisfactory.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION.
A very moderate estimate, based on
government reports, puts the cost ol
liquor to tho consumers for tho year
ending Juno 30, 1911, at a little less
than $2,800,000,000 Because of the
lnrniful results of its expenditure, all
of this money was worse than wasted,
some comparisons may tielp us to estl
mato this waste.
All of tho Wheat produced in our
Country iu 1010, would pay our Drink
Bill for less than Eighty-Two Days.
All of tho Coal produced that same
) ear would pay our Drink Bill less than
1"ho Gross Exipenses of our Postotlice
Department wns less than Thirty Days'
Tho gross expenses of the Navy De
partment would not pay Fifteen Days'
All of tho Gold Mined iu the United
Statos iu 1010 would not pay Twelve
Days' Drink Bill.
One Hundred and Twonty Days'
Drink Bill would wipe out of existence
ouar entire Inteesft-Bearing National
Fifty Days' Drink Bill would, build
the Panama Canal.
This estlmnte oifly tnkes into con
sideration the money spent directly foi
liquor in one year. ,
Our opponents tell us that just a
much liquor is drunk under prohibition
as under license The Brewers' Year
Book states that tho averngo amount of
l:quor drunk iu prohibition States is
1.35 gallons per capita; tho average
amount of liquor drunk in licensed
Slates is -'.-'' gallons per cupltn. Some
difference, i thoro not, nnd thoy aro
tho judges. Adv.
One man was killed and several oth
ers woro badly hurt by an explosion of
jjasolino that wrecked a garage at Me
Following a qunrrol ver a-crap game
T . ' , .i - -
VRli.i)tlmr to,datkat 'WilWBitow2l.
I '. . T attMscyitir-.-ir'niw '.il
William Blnhoii .and JfoiirV Ibbx shoU'tlct daqrawith are hereby -repbaleilv
mi mm mm
SoctaGtaBalow Will 63.0m the
Election Called in Various
Counties for Sep
tember Tlio approach of a local option elec
tion in Fayette county gives interest
to tho local option law as amonded by
tho last session of the General Assem
bly. Only two sections of the Inw" were
amended, Sections -."." I nnd J5.17. The
remainder of the rather lengthy statute
covering tho regulation of tho liquor
tralllc wns left unchanged.
The statutes amended aro published
iu full below. Tho first of tho two i
tho important one In the present cam
paign, it being the statute which
changes the old requirement that tin
election could only be ordeied after pe
titions had been signed by twoiity-iiw
icr Cent, of tho voters iu eacli election
ptecinct. Tho second section proUdes
tlie time that tho decision ot tlie pcoi't
for or against the sale ot liquor shall hi
effective, and also provides tho pen
alty for tho sale of liquor iu the ntkvt
ed territory in tho event that the elec
tion is wou by tho drys.
It will bo noted that tho two section,
of tho session laws provide lor the re
peal and re-enactment of Sections 2551
and "557 without stating what the sta
tions are sections of. This tact led t
n report shortly after the legisl.it ur
adjourned that the law would be de
clared invalid. It appeared, however
that tho title of the bill gave the legen
of tho two sections in full and the if
ported invalidity of the law fell tl.it
Tho two sections us amended read:
Bo it Enacted by tho General As
sembly of tho Commonwealth of Ken
That Section U551 bo repealed atn
in lieu thereof tho following be enact
ed as a substitute therefor:
Section 2551. Upon application, b.
written petition, signed b a number o.
legal voters iu any comity, city, town
district or precinct to be affected equ i.
to twenty-flvo per cent, of the vote
east therein at tho List preceding gin
era I election, it shall be tho duty of the
Judge of theCountyCourt in such county
at the next regular term thereof afte
receiving said petition, to make .i
order on his order book directing :n
election to be held iu such county, eitj.
town, district or precinct to bt ufleeteu
thereby, on some day named iu sa'-
petition no earlier than sixty days afto
said application is lodged with t!w
judges of said court, which order hu
direct the sheriff, or other olllcer of sa'
county, who may be appointed to hoi
said election, to open a poll nt eacl
and all of tho voting places iu sucl.
county, city, town, district or preclne.
who aro qualified to vote at election
for county Officers, upon the prnpoi
tion whether or not spirituous, lnou
or malt liquors shall be sold, b.irtere
or loaned therein, or whether or no!
any prohibition law iu force jn an;
county, city, town, district or precinct
by virtuo of any general or specified :"''
or acts, shall become inoperative; am
counties, cities, towns, districts and p-o
eincts in which tlie sale, barter or loin
of spirituous, vinous or malt liquor.
aro now prohibited may have a vott
thereon, under tho provisions of this
2. That Section 2557 be repealei
and in lieu thereof tho following ln
enacted as a substitute therefor:
Section 2557. Whenever a local op
tion election shall bo held in any cm m
ty, city, town, district or precinct in
this State and a majority of tho vote
cast at said olecion shall be in fn or of
prohibiting the sale of liquor iu the tcr
ritory in which the election shall hat
boon held, the law prohibiting said silo
shall bo in full force and effect at tl i
expiration of sixty days from the dnt
of tho entry of the certificate of tlu
canvassing board iu the order book ot
the county court nnd after the expira
tion of said sixty days no liquor I'
cense theretofore issued iu said terr
tory under tho laws of this State, alia.'
bo of any forco or effect whatever, but
tho owner of said liconso shall bo en
titled to recovor from said county, city
town, district or precinct to which tlu
license money wns paid, such propor
tional part thereof us the unoxpi'm.
period of liconso bears to tho whol.
year; nnd any persou who shnll ufter
said sixty days, sell, barter, or loan, di
lectly or indirectly, any such liquors 'u
said city, county, town, district or pre
clnct, shall upon conviction bo fined not
less than $00 nor moro than $100
and bo confined Jn tho county jail foi
not less than twenty nor moro than for
ty days for each offense, nnd any person
who knowingly furnishes or rents r.
house, room, wagon or any conveyance
or thing in which spirituous, vinous oi
mnlt liquors are sold, bartered or loan
ed shall be liablo for all fines adjudged
against tho person selling, bartering or
loaning tho same. In the ovcut that a
majority of the votes cast nt said elee
tion shall bo in favor of the salo of
liquors thou no liconso shnll bo grnnteo
to auy person, firm or corporation to
sell such liquors iu said territory until
after tho expiration of tho a foresaid
sixty days If tho Issuing Of tho llqutir
liconso was-In that territory prohibited
ly law prior to the holding of said olee
3,, All iaws.nnd-phrtsi.of lawain con
" . -.-. T .
By Taking Lydia E. Pink-
Cleveland, Ohio "My loft side
pained me so for several yeara that I
k.tli' . J..J1 ( .1. IS. . I' PjH
I ',' I '
expecteu to nave to
-'"i t'utt (if ifi '"r undergo nn onera
tion, but tho First
bottle I took of
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound relieved mo of
the pains in my side
and I continued its
use until I became
regular and free
from pains. I had
asked several doc
tors if there was anything I could
take to help me and they said there
was nothing that they knew of. I am
thankful for such a good medicine and
will always give it tho highest praise."
Mrs. C. H. GniFFlTH, 7305 Madison
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
Ilanover, Pa. "I suffered from fe
male trouble nnd tho pain3 were so bad
nt times that I could not sit down. The
doctor advised a severe operation but
my husband got mo Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound nnd I experienced
great relief in a short time. Now 1 feel
like a now person and can do a hard
day's work and not mind it What joy
and happiness it is to bo well once more.
1 am always ready and willing to speak
a good word for the Compound." Mrs.
Ada Wilt, 19G Stock St., Hanover, Pa.
If there nro nuy complications you
do not understand write lo Lydia K.
riiiltliam Medlcrno Co. (con(ldeutlal)
Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a noumn and
held in strict confidence.
VAUDEVILLE AID MOVING
The Borllns in a Singing and Dancin,
Harry Barry in a Novelty Comedy
"ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA'
In Two lleoh.
ANOTHER WORLD'S VVONDEF
Cave That Rivals Mammoth round O.
Bob Church Farm.
(Pruiikfort State Journal ) '
While search in r for water a few d-i.
ago on tho old Bob Church farm, on tin
Vettnillcs pike, now occupied by M-
Mehin Helms, a nophew, Jeff Smith
enmo upon tho opening to a larj,'i uc
dcrground cavern that he followed fc
more than six hundred yank, and whb
he declares contains immense chauibei
nnd pools of water fed by n spring an
which, Smith declares if explored 1
iiv.il Mammoth Cavo in size and na
Investigation revealed the fact tin
the cavo which hnd been eloped (
more than twenty years, at one t iii
was a Mecca for tourist, who spen
days exploring its various branches am
chambers. Excursion parties In you
gono by visited tho farm in large iiuni
bers and tho cave, according to Mr.s
Helms, at that time w;ii piio of t'i
show places incident to a trip to tin
When'Sinith discovered the openiu
it wns buried beneath a, heap of rod.
brush and rubbish and some of the
prefput occupants knew of its oxistein i
until tho entrance was discovered ac
cidentally. Smith was endeavoring t
trail a small stream of water to i
lource and in digging for the spri i;
which fed it found the eave entranc"
Tho water that feeds the pools in thr
cavo also como from the spring and il
is claimed flows underground to nu ad
joining farm and emerges In a spring
from which tho occupants and those nf
adjoining farms securo their water in
dry seasons, tho spring never having
According to Mrs. Helms, tho cavr
nover was explored to the end, many
parties having spent an entire di
without reaching the end.
Mrs. Helms will liavo a concrrt'
archway placed at tho entrance to the
Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Yean'
Standing, Relieved by Cardui.
Alt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah At. Chap
pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
live years with womanly troubles, nlso
stomach troubles, and my puni!
was more than any one coul
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo
man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. 1
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
ol the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache.
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial, we feel confident It will help you,
just as it has a .million other women in
lite past half century.
Becln taking Cardui to-day.
wen i regret k. ah (-ruggi-us
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FILMS DEVELOPED FREE
Until the first of September we
I..,. .... ,..,. .... m.i.. rnr tl.
UV.HI tin, V.liailll J Wli UIIJJ lUi lltu f.fllilL.-(
for all Cameras and Kodaks. Same
.iiimvi ii. rniiiurt
WE HAVE PRICES AND QUALITY -
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
I $985.00 ' Detroit 1
5 See this car. It is as complete as the 5
J most expensive car built Electric Starter, g
J Electric Lights (inside and outside,) Elec- S
J trie Horn, Full Floating Axles, Demount- 5
J able Rims, Extra Rim and Tire Carrier, 3
! One-Man Mohair Top, Jiffy Curtains, S
J Gasoline Gauge Battery Tell-tale, Oil
J Sight Feed, Robe Rail, Crown Fenders,
J Anti-Skid Tires and More Power.
See us now for Demonstration.
I KIRK BROS.,
Now is the time
cany the best grade
Our prices are low.
S THE CHENOWETH
DRUG CO. lucorpurntftl.
COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
eao and hopes to make the cueru
(he attraction it once was for reside its
and visitors. The farm is located about
eeu miles from Frankfort.
"Tho play is so old," said Buck Kil
by jesterday in discussing n current
theatrical attraction, "that tho nug
i.ines havp roviowed it."
s Watches Watches Watches
2 at a price that will appeal to you if you need a watch. Prices
guaranteed lower than same quality can be bought elsewhere. J
Iet me fit Glasses lo your eyes. See how cheap we sell
Jj Kryptok Metises. The best glasses made nt half what others
charge. ' g
Our quality is the best made. g
Wt Ticket given with every $i cash purchase.
P. J. MURPHY,
Big supply of
MSON FRUIT JARS,
STAR TIN BANS 0 .
JELLY GLASStf, ,
FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.
CANTEL0PES and WATERMELONS received daily.
Picnic Supplies of all kinds continually in stock.
A full and complete supply of Vegetables of all kinds
The best goods. The lowest prices. I want all to call
and be convinced.
Tl-conly full and complete stock in our city.
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BIG EXPO MAY DELAY OPENING
Chicago, III., August 15. liailrnad f
fleials iu Chicago have received nntl-'e
I'loiii. representatives in San Francisco
that there is a possibility that tho open
ing of the Panama Pacific Exposition
will bo postponed for a year as a rest.lt
of tho European war.
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