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I DEVIL'S TOWER DEFIES SCALING
Mountain climbing, polo vaulting.
wire-walking, and even stceple-Chaa-1
Ing, as hazardous and difficult of at
talnment as they may be, arc ecli 'I
by attempts of scaling I e U s Tower, j
as shown In thl phot on-.. ph i
thus far accord distinction to only two,
persons as having climbed nature's
wonderful monument as situated In,
southeastern Wyoming, tholr skillful
efforts having been buoyed by cash
prizf s end unmistakable plaudits ot
The rock formation Is comprised of
I STOLE WOMEN'S PURSES
WHILE TAKING MEASURES
.new York. Aug. n. Edward
Koch known to the polio) aa Tht
Measurer,, and charged with having
stolen between $50,000 and 1100,000
. from about flftv women while meas
uring thoin for gowns was he'd with I
Irregular fragmentn of granite. lime
stone, sandstone, quartette, purplish
rhyolite. slato or schist, black shale.
Hint and coarse pegmatite The tow
erlike form raising Its head upward
from ono of the ridges of Heile
ETourchs river t nearl) circular, and
It iiViout 100 feet In flirimeter at the
top lt; sides are nearly vertical and
the tower rears 11 1 1" .i.yv,ard to an
altitude of 5117 feet, or C00 feet above
h-- Sandstone platform which constl
tutes Us bane. Us height above the
river, a short dlhtanee cast of Its base
Is a little los than 1260 feet.
out ball for further hearing In the
Coney Island court. Rrooklyn. today.
An Inn. In a remote district of Cam
bridgeshire, England, hears this In
Sripfion: 'Five Miles from Anywhere
No Hurry '
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BBalSBSaBI oegotlotcd for nd ratno into poaaeitioc of the principle tor
KjMtpKHB prrparlnc thla myatenous elixir, now called Kotalko, and later had
the recipe put into practical form by a chomlat.
) Photo SMI SSISf Tiiat my own hair (rrouih w pem&nent he been amply prored
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JOHN HART BR1TTA1N, , Station F, New York City
Los Angeles Coroner Starts
Investigation of Tail
I.OS A.NGELES, Cal . Auk 3 An m
estlfiation tvfn niartod today by the
oroner's office of tho deaths of Lieut
timer l.orklenr m ond I leu 1 Mlllon
Klllott, aviators, whoee airplane 1 n b
nisht crashed U tha ground in the
Hollywood section without hralnt:
rlRliied from a tall spin BCarted at a
heiRiu of 1000 feel
The ace. dent occurred during tho
taking of motion pictures.
Spectators said Lockloar attempted
to right the anachlne at a heiht of
JOO foot but faih-d and that the ma
rhino burst Into llamoh at the gam
They said it appeared to them ths
machine was hit by a rocket.
Five searchligi ta played upon iho
machlno ;is It statlod into the tall spin
and Lieutenant Lockloar dropped a
rocket which he followed with the none
of his mn'.hine Both avlatorH were
dead when motion plcturo employes
reached them a few secondB after they
truck the ground. The bodies wore
badly burned and mangled.
The lieutenants were In the United
States aviation lOrvlee during the war
and for a time wore stationed together
at Fort Worth. Tox They took up
commercial flyinr; after tho war. Lock
lear going In for "stunts." Ho was said
'to bo the flrot aviator to leap from
one machine to another in the atr. He
wr.B born 27 yearc ago at Como, Tex.,
and leaves a widow residing at Fort
! Worth. Lieutenant Elliott was 24, a
1 native of Gadsden, Ala.
PORT WORTH, Tex . Aug. 3 Or
mer Locklear, stunt avlatoi who was
j klllod In Los Anfslea luBt night, made
,hlt first flight on tho high school
1 in pus bore four years ago. piloting
t pi, thai h and his brothers had
made. I'nttl war days Lockloar was
an automobile mechanic Knllstlng In
the air service, hs was given a pilot s
commission In a few weeks at Barron
LuS ANGELES. ug 2 Lieut
Omar Iocklear. notod "stunt" aviator,
und Lieut, illlton Elliot, hln ulde, were
killed tonight when their plane crash
ed from u distance of 1000 feet
Lockleur was engaged with Lleuten
unt Elliott In performing a feat for a
moving picture concern.
At a distance Ot IOOO feet In the
air he was given a tdgnul by tho mo
ticn picture director and started In a
QOM dive. A battery of searchlights
Has plalng on the machine and flie
works were being bet off from the
plutie by Lieutenant Elliott- When ho
h:.d dropped to within 200 feet of the
earth Locklear was seen to attempt to
straighten hia plane out He was too
lew, however, and crashed to the
earth Both avlutors were Instantly
Locklear was credited with being
the first aviator to leip trom one air
plane to another while In flight
COX PREPARES FOR
IAYTNr. n . Aug 3. State and I
personal .iffuirs hud precedence loda
before Goernor Cox, following com-,
fletlon of arrangi-tuents fot next Sat-!
urday's ceremonies to notify lilm for-
mally of his Demooratlc presidential '
lYanklln D. RooaeTelt, the vice
presidential nominee, is to be Gov
ernor Cox's guest for the notlflca-i
lion. Although the governor had
hoped to attend Mr. Roosevelt'.', noti
fication August B at Hyde Parle, N.I
Y., conferences next we-k with party j
leaders on campaign plans and ar
ranging hit own speaking Itinerary
may preclude the trip to tho Roose
velt event. The nominee plans to start;
his first extensive speaking trip week!
after next, probably In northern .New
York and .New England, after ad
dressing the uhlo Democratic conven
tion at Columbus, August 17
MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN
WOULD DIVORCE COMEDIAN
EA S ANGELES. Cul.. Aug 3. Mil
dred Harris Chaplin today filed suit
here for divorce from Charlie Chaplin
Sh' alleged cruelly.
Mrs. Chaplin married the motion1
pic ture comedian on ctober 23. 1 a I 8 I
but the marriage was kept secrot four
months, she aiiserla In her complaint,
ot. the pica of rJrieplin that an an
nouncement of the murrlagci would
interfere With his professional career
Mrs. Chaplin asks that she be
awarded her share of the community
property and that Chaplin I"' restrain
ed from disposing of pictures he is
making saio to be worth ITBO.000,
pending adjustment of th- sub 8up-e-rlor
Judge Jacli"on Issued an order
restraining temporary dlapoaal of the
pictures, making the order returnable
FLORIDA CITY GUARDED
WHEN NEGROES REVOLT
j MIAMI. Fla . Aug S National I
iguardsmen were railed out tonight to
protect the ol t from disorders threat
ened by 400 negroes, natives of the I
Bahama Islands and Hrltish subjects,
who )-. i L" -n aroused o,.-r the death
of Herbert Brooks, one of their num
ber charged with .lt-saulling a Miami
Brooks was arrested at Ormond
Fla , Saturday and reported to have
been killed In a leap from a train tak
ing him to Jaeksonv lllo for s-afe keep
ing, but the .-ither negroe?. said to
believe he died at the hands of a mob,
mado a demonstration and threatened
to obtain vengeance when his body
was returned to Miami. Troops were
patrolling the negro residence 6oetlon
NURSES TO GIVE SKIN
TO SAVE GIRL'S LIFE
WEST PLAINS, Mo. If Florenco
Hays. 4, in a hospital hero, lives, she
will owe her life to several nurBes and
her father, as well as to tho institu
Recently Florence upset a pot of
boiling coffoo and had all the skin
burned from her shoulders and abdo
men, making an extensive skin graft
lng operation necessary to ashure her
The skin necessary to prolong the
life of the Bmall patient will be taken
from the bodies of the nurses and her
DBS MOIN'ES, la., Aug 3. Frank
R. C-aynor. 68, justice of the Iowa su
premo court since 1913. was found
dead In bed this morning Death was
oald to have been due to heart failure
He ssemed In usual health when he re
tired last night. He was born in
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bcl keeps face, hands and arms In c.
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A K Mim pre I 'nig Ce
yP PAGE ONE
G. 0. P. Nominee Performs in
Print Shop Before Clicking
MARIf'N. O, Aug 3 Senator
Harding, tho Republican presidential
nominee, Is going to prove to tho
public that he Is a real printer Today
he threw aside his coat, rolled up his
sleeves and "made up" tha first page
of his paper while motion picture
machines recorded his actions.
All work at the newspaper plant
suspended while the pictures were
being mudo and employes gathered
about to see their boss working while
they loafed. The senator kept up a
rapid fire of conversation with his
foreman while at work.
Between conferences Senator Hard
ing today was completion his Bet ond
front porch campaign speech which
he will deliver tomorrow afternoon to
a delegation of Vano county, uhlo.
Conferences wore scheduled for to
day with Senator Harry S Now. of
Indiana, former Goernrr YV. T. Dur
bln of Indian. 1, and I'htlllp Giordano.
Italian newspaper publisher of New
Senator New was accompanied b
Mrs New and they had breakfast with
the candidate at his home
MAY DISMISS CHARGES
AGAINST TAMMANY CHIEF
. NF.YV YORK, Aug. 3. "Good and
sufficient rtasona," may exist for dis
missing Indictments against Charles
F. Murphy. Tammany Hall leader,
and his four co-def endunte 1 harged
with conaplracy to defraud by falsi
fying Income tax returns. buprenio
Court Justice Ldon declared In grant
ing permission for Inspection of the
minutes of the extraordinary grand
jury which indicted them. He said
that the public welfare would not bo
prejudiced by allowing tho defend
ants to read the grand jur's minutes
In uddltlun to Mr Murphv. otherai
affected are Assistant District Attor
ney J. E. Smith, who with Murphy
also li 1 harged With attempted intimi
dation Of Louis N. Hartog. wealth)
manufacturer. John A. McCarthy,
former business partner of John Mur
phy, brother of the Tamman chief
tain. Arthur J Baldwin a lawyer,
l.'otat Waldon, lce-presldent of the
Corn Products company, und the Corn
Products eompanj 11 s If rhe indict
ments returned ugalnst the defend
ants w-re liasud on the reputed high
profits of the Corn Product a 00m-
puny. obtained through the sale of
glucose used during the war.
DEMOCRATS LIKELY TO
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N V . Aug
3 Derlorlng thut no apologies are
r.CCeakar) for the record in office of
Governor Alfred B, smith. Frank B
Mott of Jamestown, paved the way
ror the governor's ranonilnatlon in hia
keynote speech here toda .-is tempo
1 o chairman of the unofficial nemo
ci nilcr stato convention.
Mr Molt referred to the astonish
ing assurance of tho Republican can
didate lor president thai he lll share
Ihc duties and obligations of his of
fice with the senats ind other lead
erf of his party, who will he under no
pieHldcnil.nl oath to support and de
fend the constitution.."
"So we do not know who is to be
I president It Harding succeeds." he
added, "but we do know that in the
event of the election of the Democratic
ticket, the president in name and fact
twill be that resolute, oourageous and
lenllghtened executhe, James M Cox.
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Don't stroak r rum rcmr material ta
a poor dye Insist on 'Diamond Dyes'
, Easy directions In every package
GIRLS! MAKE A
Lemons Whiten and Double
Beauty of the Skin
I Squeere the Juice of two lemons Into
j a Dotllo containing three ounces of
' Orchard Whlto which can be had at
any drug store, shuko well aud you
have a quarter pint of harmless and
delightful lemon bleach for few cents.
Massage this sweetly fragrant lotlou
Into the face, neck arms and hands
each day. then shortly note tho beauty
of your skin
Famous stage beauties use lemon
Juice to bleach and bring that sof
clear, rosy-white complexion. Lemona
have always been uped as a freckle
punburn and tan remover. Mako this
up and try It- Advertisement.
(Continued from Pac One)
jto throw the old Hague tribunal into
the aorap-heap The Republican pur-
, po--e Is to re,e the Hague tribunal
i' rfect It. and endow it with added
vitality and agencies '
This of course was. on your corre
spondent's part, a very free transla
tion of the Republican platform. Your
l correspondent at the time had no par
itlculni authority for saying Ibis but
id Judgment was based on ihe knowl
edge that the Republican plank had
been written by Mr. Root and on the
(further knowledge that Mr. Root at
this time was on hia way to the Hague
'for the double purpose of reviving The
Hague tribunal and at the sunie time
i t ing; as an adviser of the league 01
nations In tho creation of its own
.ccurt, a court which, on Mr. Wilson's
theory, was expected to supercede The
I Hague tribunal
As your con spondent said, ot that
time "Mr. Kllhu Root is today In Such
U position that the future international
policy of the United States, is between
a league of nations md something dif
ferent from the league of nations, Is
almost certain to he determined by
him and to be determined in ,1 direc
tion running contrary to the league
of Europe "
I I iHGK QUOTATION.
Mr Root has DOW completed a por
tion of his labor m Europe and his
jooposals are at this moment 111 proc
ess of adoption b tho league of na
tions. Rrfore pointing out exactly
That Mr Root has done and the turn
he has given to the development of
the league of nations, it will bo well to
iuote briefly from Senator Lodge's
j Speech of notification and Senator
Harding s speech of acceptance. Th-e
two speeches marked a definite ad
vance, far boyond tho Republican
platform, in tho direction of announc
ing what the Republican policy Is to
be Also, as It turns out there Is an
easily recognized identity between
what was said by Senator Harding und
Senator Lodge was much more defi
nite Senator Lodge may hao felt a
little more freo to commit himself
than Senator Harding could feel as
the cundldHte. Senator Lodge stated
clearly and unequivocally what tho
Republican program Is stated In
these words: ' Wc have been and are
unite ready to Join In an agreement
With other nations for the extension of
the Hague conventions, for ihe up
1 ulldlng and codification of interna
tional law ano the establishment of a
world court 01" justice, for Interna
tional concerns in regard to non-Jus-ticable
questions and for arrangements
K bring about a general reduction of
.1 maments '
Senator Harding's definition of the
Republican program wns not quite so
clearly expressed but he laid the same
emplmsls on a mechanism of Interna
tional law distinct from the super
state of the Icaguo of nations. Aftor
Baying that the Republican policy
would be, first, to get u formal peace
v ith Germany, he announced thut the
Ri publican party would ' then proceed
deliberately and reflectively to that
'hoped-for relationship which shall sut
lbf both conscience and aspirations
and still hold us free from menacing
Involvement to attain and prcsore
'peace through International law. so
j clarified that no misconstruction can
bi possible without affronting world
' lome now to consider what Mr.
; Root has been doing In Luiope. Be
jtweon the thing that Mr Root has
I- 11 doU.g ami the announcements of
I policy that the Republican pnrt. Sen
ator Harulng and Senator Lodge he e
j been making, there is such an identity
1 that no one can mistake the harmony
lo understanding between what has
been done by Mr Root in Kurop-- und
1 what has boon announced by the Re
publican leaders here.
I In the first place. Mr. Root has re
Plved the Hague tribunal This was a
momentOUS act, although in our pre
I occupation with other things the sig
nificance of it was largely missed The
Hague tribunal was dead It died with
the opening of tho war In August.
1'J14. As Mr H G Wells once ex-
prt saed It In a passionate exposition
on tho Inadequacy of tho Haguo trib-
1 111. al and the necessity of ieal leugue
I of nation- 'With the entry of Ger
n an) Into Belgium the ll.it uc tribunal
expired with a faint squeak
R32SI RRECT TRIBUNAL.
Mi. Root's first act was to resur
n 3' tin llane lilbunal Hi.i whole
I theory and ths Republican party's
I whole theory of the future Interna
tional relations of the world was baaed
on the resurrection of the Hague ttib
i tn.al and the perfecting of It Mr
Root regarded it a of immense Im
portance that whatever advance the
'world Is to make in tile direction of
'at. association of nations to achieve In
ternational Justice should tie based not
ion any superstate like Mi Wilson's
league of nations, but II should be
based on and have continuity with
What has passed between or In the
1 shape of accomplishment of (he Hague
'tribunal before the present War.
Mr Root announced the theory that
!the Hague tribunal had not filed, but
that Its sessions had merely been In
;terrupted by the war. His first action
In Europe was to take down shutters.
I so to speak, of the closed tribunal at
'The II 1 cue and the annourn "ineiit way
I given out thut the Hague tribunal
1 would resume net month. In Septcni
1 bor, the sessions which hud been inter
rupted In August 1914
in thla coming session Mr Root
Ivmself is going to act a6 chairman,
and the particular litigation which
will be taken up has to do with a dis
pute which heGan before the war on
the question of responsibility for dam
Inge to churches und other propertj In
I Poring. il dining the Portugal revolu
tion and Involves as litigants, Spain,
j France. Portugal and Italy
So much Mr Root did, and then he
took up the question of creating
the league of nations court Mr. Root
1 had been Invited to Europe by tho
leug'ie of nations for this purpose He
' has been at work on It for some four
I weeks. The work has now been com
1 pleted. The recommendations of him
self and his fellow jurists have been
handed over to the league of nations,
and. as I have already said, the leasue
last Friday ramo Into session at San
Sebastian for the purpose of adopting
Now. the important thing about Mr.
Root'6 creation of the league of na
tions court Is the fact that he causes
this court to function in such a waj
that it is fair to describe the new
leaguo of nat'ons court as being a
creature of The Hague tribunal
Tho dispatches of the last few days,
describing the neve league of nations
court, speak of it as "complemen
tary " to The Hague tribunal. Tho
new league of nations court Is to con
sist of eleven Judges, without going
further Into the details of Hs organi
zation, the Important point is that
these Judges are to be chosen In the
first instance by tho alread existing
WILL CHOOSE ELK V EN.
The Hague tribunal makes out a
list of Judges larger than the eleven
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ultimately to be chosen and then the
league fif nations is permitted t
choose from the list made out by The
Hague tribunal, the precise eleven
who will actually compose th- new
'court. In dhort. what the league of
nations Is al this moment doing in
San Sebastian Is an elevation Into a
superior position of that very Hague
tribunal which Mr. Wilson's original
I conception of the league of nations
scorned and threw Into the scrap
heap The league of nations, in short.
Is becoming an appendage, a com
plement " of The Hague tribunal
There is i.ot space here lo ampllly
the f iinduniontal and contradictory
differences in principle between Mr.
Root's Hague tribunal theory und Mi
Wilson's league of nations theor)
but your correspondent is able to
quote from ono who is known to hn
an understanding of Mr. Root's
' T'.at nations must remain nations,
with ull the .tlirlUuic8 ol independent
nationality unimpaired in the prin
ciple which .Mr. .loot has repr ejcntu!
at Tho Hague, and because of that
principle, and because of the radical
and irremediable differences which It
represents we expect lo see the tri
bunal at Tho Hague powerful, re-
, spucted and belief lc lent. w hen the
do lous and arbitrary designs of the
, covenant of the league are lost In for
getfulness." Your correspondent intimated In
, tho beginning that the European
statesmen In ontrol of the league of
nations seem to hu.e determined to
Ignore Mr Wilson and to be acting
In understanding with the Republican
party For this assertion your cor
respondent Is entirely dependant up
When the league of nations invited
Mr Root to help them oreate their
court, they sent the Invitation direct
and not through Mr. Wilson, In fact,
: Mr. llson did not know of the epi
sode until the Invitation had been ac
cepted Of i.-n greater evidential
Value Is tho following:
Mr. Root at this moment Is In three
roles FliHt, he Is the author of the
Republican plank, which IS antl
leafcue of nations, second, he Is th'l
ressurreotor and the next presiding!
officer of The Hague tribunal, which
is. to put it mildly, competitive with
the league of nations, as originally
COnoelvedJi third, he is an agent of
the league of nations. In these three
roles there Is so much conflict of ln-J
teret thnt it is inconceivable for a'
lawyer of Mr. Root's experience and
regard for ethics to be in all threo
j roles at once unless the circumstances
are fully understood b all his clients
and are agreeable to them In short. i
It would seem Impossible for Mr j
' Root to be acting as an agent of thel
time In the other two roles, unless tho sVTBltl!
league of nations, and at the sarne
other roles were unobjectionable to
Che pre nt Intentions of the league f
It would seem as If th i ,
me in control of the I ague, m J
being compelled to make a guess, so '
to speak, have decided that Mr. Wil- bitrlMafl'l
.ion us a leader ot public opinion in LBBVL'
America is throush, and that in the gflgfljffiffii
coming election, either the Republl- IeIB''
, cans will win, or that even if the fiastlSi '
i mocratlc party w 'Ins, it win lie u Bffli?J;'.
Hemocratlc party which will not HsBKr''
stand by Mr. W Uson's theor of the MfBlli.a
league of nation Ono other fact LaWT'irs.
ought to bi ted in thla conne ' ''Ar
Colonel House la now In Europe und B.Eniir'
certain dispatches which have come fflHlatiifir
to America reflect him as being in u lSSwfe
i i l l' .ii mood as regards Mr. WiUon't iLffltifl'
theor) of the league of nations. Spc LEsD'
Clfically, Colonel House has lutely LIsKS
I been Quoted a.s aympathetic w ith Sen- LBSSr Vjij
l ator Harding's theory that the peace SHBarEj !
trea'y v. ith Oermunv should hao LHrfew!'
been made first, and that thereafter BBBRei&lii
we should have proceeded indopend- LBwl?'
I ently to the creation of a permanent LLkkF'V
I association of nutlons. Colonel House BBlSpi''
'Was, and la, closer than uny other aBKKiu
American to tho Europeun statesmen LBC
who have dominated tho league of LHKizra'
nut ns from Inception. HB
louslv the best source of lnfor- SSbBrF
ma -j'. On this Whole subject Is Euro- LM'
pean. AS hut can be said from this llit
sltle Is necessarily more or less In SBBBrRiE
the nature of surmise. Your corre-
spondent thinks thai there may be J
hupp.-nine Hi Eui op, asKP1'!
events of such consequence to Amer- ajsLLLvi'
Ilea's futuri international relations '
thai an authoritative knowledge of 4
those events would bo news of the KtBMm 4
highest importance. '
If I res 1 nt Wilson Is the only
statosman in tho world who still In- HH I
sists upon or believes In or hopes for HbbbH I
the league of nations as originally iL9 1
devised, th.it tact would be inform. 1- AbbbbbbS 'A
Hon of great Importance to America. BBSKr
Most peculiarly and personally would KBKhm
It bo information of great importance Hsrrvi
to Governor fox 'during Ihe five duys liHlwr:
that will i'.i.s,.. In;,,;. I,, 1 11st lake g
hia stand w r no( with Hi wii- L,
son's conception of the league of rWBt&P
DOLLAR Risi s
PARIS. Aug 3. The ministry of IrffipP K
finance has virtually completed bu - SriS4:
Ing sufficient American exchange to ''l' '
met I obligations falling due In the
l nited Suates, October 1 (The Anglo- a
V ronch loan of $50u.ih)ii. .,f which J.. .
tho French share la $ J50.000.000. Is amSR'T -
due on that date.; HcjKj: jy ;
It is explained In high financial aKfj .
circles that tho ministry's progress In :' v;..'
the matter accounts for the recent tf
rlse of the dollar.
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