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PRESS NEWS OTHER DISPATCHES FEATURES SPECIAL AND t 1 QE i4v n iOtiflfl t Xantl1tt DRTISINGMthUM fT > T IN EOF ii ESi WMfr r oJ
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And Successors to THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL
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VOL WINO 206 E
OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST r
AAUGUST 7 1910 PEICE 65 1NS B TiONTB
SESAflOAL TE3TfiMOY
iftII CORE BRIBfRY GASt
I Murray Is Alleged to Have Attempted to Bribe
the Choctaw Indians for the Past
Four Years
I SENATOR CURTIS AND CONGRESSMAN HGUIRE
IIEY BEIN6 INMSrai11 IN CONTRACTS
Chief of Choctaws Says Murray Offered Him
25000 to Withdraw Opposition to
E the Tribal Contracts I
d I MUSICOGEE Bkhl Aug GNot
U tnly Jake L Haraon by J F Mc
Murray was nnnred as a wouldbe
bilbcr In the Inxeiitlgatlon of the 30
niHJOOO Oklahoma Indian laud Ileal be
fere the special cong esslonal com
mittee today
t McMurrav Ls the holder of the con
1 tracts xxlthtbe Choctaw and Chlcka
a < iw Indians to promote whIch in con
r rss Senator Thomas P Gore charged
lie was offered a bribe
t D C McCiirtaln a Choctaw Indian
find a delegate to Washington for h1
I lube charged that McMurray In 19JC
II offered him a bribe of 25000 to with
I draw the opposition to the old tribal
I JIcMurray contracts which were sub
I spqusntly disapproved by President
i Roosevelt
Tried to Bribe Indians
Grfn McCurtaln chief of 1SOOO I
ChorUws nnd a venerable Indian of
I xcurs then look the stand and
uild the committee that one Goorpc
W Scutt whom ho believed acted In
lln > Intoiost of McMurray had offered
Mm one fourlh of the profits to b >
realized from the land the deal pio
xlclrg that ho Induced tho tribe to
withdraw nil opposition j ThiK offer
rt fer od to new contraota hold by Mc
Murray which are tho cause of the
piescnt Investigation
The amount of tho bribe mentioned
lij D C McCurtaln who Is a Man of
the chldf Is the same as that > vhlch
Senator Goro allrjges xa tondercd
lim on Mny Ghr IJainoii lg pui
r through the pending contracts which
arordlng to Senator Gore would re
It In the uolllng of 130000 acres
t t r coal asphalt and timber lands
x ned b > the Indians to a New York
r ixudlcato on a basis that would give I
Murray and his associates an at
tcrnexs fee of ten per cent or 8
I OnO000 I
CUrtis Denies Charge
The presentation of the charges
alnBt McMurray followed another
dx oi sensational testimony in
which Charles Curtis of Kr isag
rrd CongrcBBman B S McGulrc ot
Oklahoma appealed on the stand to
h fut stntomonta that wore inter
i ° ted In the deal The name of
J President Sherman was again
mentioned and conferences held by I
I President Taft over the McMurray I
cruifrnpl was rofprrnrl to
Both President Taft and VicePresi
dent Sherman according to Senator
Curtis had declared that the ten per
tent attorneys foe asked for was ox
eiSBlxo The opinion was unanimous
PT the pre6lJonlT conference he >
Tld that In the sale of the land no
J attorneys assistance was needed as
Hie government by treaty already
Inl stipulated to sell the land on Its
onw responsibility
Spirit of Indian War Council
Something of a spirit of Indian War
ceuncll was presented when Chief
McCurtaln known as the governor
squatted himself in a chair before the
I Ommlttce and brushing the flloa off
his head with a large haudkerchjof I
tan bin testimony I
A long tlmo ago he said many I
of tho Choctaws protested agaInst
be big foes that would ho allowed
under tho McMurray contracts I
ii > B < lf sent n protest to the secretary
01 the Interior Just before the nd
onrnmont of the last congress Geo
w Scott came to my house and asked
V Wo to sign a letter I rofusod to it
> o Then he came again and told
n < c to writo a letter to the secretary
or the Interior
InljElor withdrawing my pro
lft agalfct tho McMurraj con
tt1rtl
Teatlmony of Indian Chief
When I said I would not do that
I ho said hs was authorized to agree
o give me onefourth of the profits
1C I did Yes he said vo are going
to get a ten per cent fee out of It
ml you will get onefourth of th
Jenth Now you sign tho letter and
it will be a great bargain J absoluti
y refused to do It and ho weit
away
I awayA gouII ninny of your tribe dl T
I gi4 the contracts with McMurrny
tldnt they asked Congussman C
11 Mllle
Yes they did that because they
are losing all faith In the govern
jicnt They have lost all faith in th
coverjmcnt officials and their tribal
officials too It is because they lmv
been given so many promises and the
Pornljes Have not been kept Tho
jjovernmcut promised It would sell tin
land and distribute the profits In 1900
It has nol done so yet The Indians I
nro banoKiing disheartened over tho I
governments promises and hats why I
they signed the contracts They
thought It would be better to get I
l ome of the money than none at all
Indiana Needed Money
Arc they In a hurry to get money
Yes they certainly are They need
it They are poor for they have been
living on promises for so long
Whj do you Indians have so many
lawyers 7
Because we want to get fhojnoju
O
Can you estimate how much your
tilbe has paid out In attorney foes
In the last ten years t
Our tribe In that tlmo has paid
out about 300000
Among tho developments of today
were
I
Senator Curtis told of having been
niinmoiied to the White house to dis
cuss with President Taft and Vlc
President Sherman the merits of the
IrItMiiri > contracts President Tafk
hid cfxprosscd tho belief that tha ten
ppr cent fee W 116 too high and his
inltor agreed with him This the I
Htnator thought sufficiently refuted
the Imputation on that he was Inter I
ested In the Jaud deal The senator
knew McMurray for years and had
ever known of his attempts to lu
Jluenco legislation
Curtlc a Friend of Gore
Senator Curtis also testified that hr
also knew of no animosity existing
between himself and Senator Goro ox
ccpt that Mr Gore had remarked that
Curtis was meddling too much 11
Oklahoma affairs by fair means and
by foul
Congressman C 13 Creager of Ok
Inhoma attacked tho
testimony pre
viously given by Hauion whom ho ac
cused of having suggested that he
might obtain an interest In the
contracts Thh Human denied Hainou
hud asserted tha beore the confer
ence at Washington Crenger had call
ed him up on the telephone and mad
lie appontinnt Creager In a long
circumstantial uarrltlve of riding on
street cais meeting at a restaurant
und going to the Occidental hotel em
phatically declared that Hunion hm
called him up and that the meeting
was at Hauions solicitation
McGulrc Denies Being Interested
Congressman McGjIre denied ihr
was ever intercstod In the COD
tracts or had sought their approval
by congress He said he knew Mc
Murray and Hamon Hamon had some
times stopped at his suite of rooms
at his hotel at Washington McMurrav
had asked him if he had opposed
the contracts and on his answering
ho had not he agreed with McMurras
TO tell President Taft that tho entire
Oklahoma delegation was not op
prsod to the contracts He said he
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GENERAL ADMISSION 0 25
GRAND STAND EXTRA 25
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iioer hnd bfDn Improperb approach
I ed in regard o the contracts and he
was never Interested lu them to the
extent of one penny
I R L Murray of the Chlckashaw
tribe said Governor Johnson of tlru
trljro bad repeatedly urged him to
Induce as many Indians as possible
II send telegrams to Washington tc
nave the contracts approved which
he had refused to do
Delegate Testifies
D C McCurtaln who jjoscrlbcd
himself as a delegate to WoYhlngton
for the Choctaw preceded his father
on the stand Tic testified that be
fore the disapproval or the old tribal
contracts by President Roosevelt In
lOS and while the wore still pend
ing he was approached by McMurray
in the lobby of the Raleigh hotel at
Washington tlc rurnj bad been
talking with Cecil Lyon national Re
publican committeeman of Toxas but
L > n x < Snt away before the subject
of the 25000 was discusser
D C McCurtam testified
i met Mr McMurray in the lobby
and hr sold
11 You know we hare a contract for
the sale of tho lands I said I heard
It but had neVer seen u copy of the
contract He said We have de
cided we will give you 25000 If you
xvlll not oppofio the cntracl
McMurray IId 25000 for Him
lie snide If the secretary of the
Interior approves tho contracts In Its
present form xvo xvlll give you 25000
If he scales the contract then the
S 25000 probably will be cut down ac
I cordingly I xvant to talk to you fur
ther about this matter
I did not sep MoMurray for several
days but In the meantime I got to
thInking about the poropoiltion and I
knew that they were gain J to bilns
powerful political Influences to bear
In support of that contract I thought
may be If I did not manifest too much i
opposition to that contract I xvould be
in a position ultimately to defeat IL I
but if I became too antagonistic I
might have no opportunity to get my
I forces together and that they might
in some Way secure the approval of
tho contracts
Several days after thftl saw Mc
Murray in the capitol and I said I
I have decided ta accept your I
proposition but I did net learn any I
more about the contracts by that
I
means The matter wont on for some
time and no effort wag made to get
ho contracts apprtvod Then the
matter went alcng until the constitu
tional convention Oklahoma ap
pointed a committee to Investigate
whether it xvere posnlblo to purchase
the coal lands from the Indians
McMurray Agiin Active I
McMurray 1 ecame active again he I
wanted to appear before this commit t
tee us the representative of the Choc
taw Indians Ho endeaxorcd to obtain
a written statement from Governor I
McCurtnin to the effect that McMur
ray represented the Choctaws and
they so recognized him McMurrav
came out to my house to see me He I
stated ho thought he Was In a posi I
tion to do the nation p great deal of i
good Then T says Mr McMurmy
I dons want anything to do with jour
contracts
Mr McMunny In an Interview de
nied he had made the offer He said
Lyon had boon financially Interested
with him In the contracts
Much of Congressman McGuIres I
testimony related to whether he oc
cupied part of a suite at a Washing
ton hotel with Horman He said he
paid for the apartment and It was the i
custom fr his friends from Oklaho
ma to stop there Hamon he aid
had stopped there two or three times
Never Received Financial Aid
Have you ever received any finan
cial assistance from any pcrson hax
ipj a contract with the Indians
Chairman Burke asked
lOr never have replied Mr Mc
Quirt
QuirtTliere never was tho suggestion nf
aid to ho given ine by McMurray or
any nc else
It there any reason why Senator
Gore should feel unfrIendly toward
you
Nono that I know of Yet ho has
done his utmost to give 111PP black
eye Moreover ho has done a good
I deal of fabricating Tic shoxvod this
in his attitude t ward our efforts to
secure appronrlntlous for federal i
buildings at Guthrle Blnckwoll and
King Fisher Oklahoma He wrote
I letters saying he would do all ho
I could to help got the buildings and
I then wrote letters saying ho had done i
nil he could to pet thorn hut to a
I dead certainty he did all he could to I
I have the appropriation knocked out
I Made Apartments His Home I
Ifoxv many time did Hamon stop
at our apartments in Washington9 j
I Well I novel locked the door at
I those apartments Anybody from Ok1
lahoma could como and make them
I selves at home Haoa cajie thore
i because I had known hi for can but
Hamou never discussed with me the j
I McMurray contracts 1
J Milton Tumor of SU Louis for
mer linked States minister to Liberia
testified as to his effQrts to improve i
conditions among the nogroes who
live on the Indian lands i
The committee will continue Its la
8tlgatlon at McAIoster Okla on j
Monday
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MILITIA GIVE MONEY
I TO THT STRIKERS I
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COLUMBUS Aug GTho second
tfglrwMit Ohio
National Guard xxlll
give the striking street car emploxos >
of Columbvs a money donation The I
officers and men are now taking the
matter up at their various hove sta I
tlonB and within a hort tlmo n con
trlbuUon xvlll bo sent hero Colonel j
E S Bryant wan at the state house j I
today and said the Second regiment
would try to outdo the Sixth rpglment
soldiers and the Toledo mill tiamen
who on FjJdaj gave tho strikers t500
in cash
CARD OF THANKS
To the man kind
many friends who so
willingly and tenderly assisted us
during the elckcese and demise of our
beloved llltlg daughter Frances Edith
I we xxjah to extend our most hearty
thanks especially to the speakers and
gingers at the funeral May youvllkc 1
wlso bo tenderly ramonftercd In your
I hour of sorrow j
MR AND MS WM F OGLETRDK j
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I COLONEL ROOSEVELT VISITS MINERS AND THEIR
I FAMILIES IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA REGIONS
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WTUCESBARRE Pa Aug 11wo
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heroes of the miners and their faml
lies of the great coal mining regions
of eastern Pennsylvania former PresI I
dent Theo lore Roosevelt and John
Mitchell are siting the scenos of I I
the trouble which they were once I
prlmo movers In settling The jour i
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uoj of tho former execnjthe to the
coal Holds was unheralded but it was i
not long before he was recognized by i
CHllC4O
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MYSlfRY
Police Release Miss Wilcox the
Stenographer After Getting
a Statement
CRIME NOT COMMITTED
FOR ROBBERY BUT REVENGE
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Money and Jewelry Found on
Body of Dr Michaeiis After
the Murder
CHICAGO Aus GInez Wllco a
young woman stenographer admitted
to the pollco today that she had been
at the office of Dr William F
Michaeiis In his company until with
lu half an hour of the time he was
murdered on his way home last night
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i Miss WIlcox was released today I
I Sho said she baddone some clerical i
j work for the dentist and was s > o occu I
pied until 10 oclock on the night he
was slain
She left the office at the same hour
as Dr MIchaolls did parting from
him at the street she said Half an
hour Inter he waD shot to death j
The police are without a clue as to
the Identity of the murderer I
I am wire that revenge or jealousy
furnshcd the motive said Captain
Collins after talking with Miss WII
cox
Finding hIs watch and money pre
cludes the possibility of robbery as
does tho statement of Miss Ellabeth
Breodou who saw the slaver and his
victim talk together as acquaint I
ances
The police tonight are atlll with
out any clew tothe Identity of the
murderer
Dr Michaels wn no relative of
lilt W Jl Michaellii of this city who
Vas drowned tonight at Oquaga lake
New York
A man with toothache never suffers
as much as ho claims and corn never
I
sUiTe as much In hot weather as
Is generally said by farmers
Advertising Is not allowed on Unit
ed States flags Now let advertising I
be offered off circus olcphanta when
they aro parading the streets
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the miners and gladlv escorted to j
their homes tbnt he might study en i I
Ironmeuts at first hand He asked
many questions of thC miners their I
xxvcs and children and seemed par
tlcularly Interested In their home con I
ditions He told one girl that he was II
In favor of dances and could not see
why It was not light to dance on
Sunday as well as m other days Af
ter visits to the homos Colonel Roose I
velt went to the mines where time
SOLllERS
PREVENT
I MffllNGS
Spanich Peanuts Headed by
Priests Are Compelled to
Disperae
WO ANTIGOVERNMENT
DEMONSTRATIONS TODAY
The Pope Will Send a Letter to
King Alfonso Appealing for
Settlement of Conflict
SAX SEBASTIAN Aug 6The
city Is Intcstedwith soldiers Through
I out the day groups of peasants head
ed by priests who had Ignored the
announcement that the manifestation
hud been abandoned arrived
Whcn they were halted by troops
the priests disappeared leaving their
followers who became pancstrlckei
fearing they were about to be shot
Thoy wore reassured by the officers
and scattered In various directions
It IB probable that there will be no
disturbance hero tomorrow
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Popc Appeals to King
i ROME Aug NotxvlthRtanding
that I ho antIgovernment demonstra
tions arranged for Sunday in Spain I
have been prohibited tho Vatican will
await tomorroxvs onon on the situa
tion from the different Spanish prov
Inco3 before completing the noto that
xvlll be forwarded n reply to Premier
CrinaloJas
Meanwhile It is asserted the Pope
has sent an autograph letter to King
Alfonso in England appealing to his
majestys neuo of equity and Justice
for a settlement of the conGIct In
favor of the church
NEW YORK BANK FAILS
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XEW YORK Aug GThe Euro i
penn Amcrlcan bank a small Institu
tion closed its doors today and the
state fluoerlntendcnt of hanks has dl7
rooted that the Institutions affairs he
liquidated 1ho bank was organized I
In 1907 with a capital of 100000
and Us deyoaltt aggregated something
like 50 KQOO Losses Incurred
through poor loans Is the cause of the
failure
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breaker boys weio snatching < s
oC elate from the slow moving stream
of coal He talked with the > little fel
tows and seemed much interested In
their work Beside John Mitchell
two women Miss Florence Lucas San
vllle and Miss Fannie Cochiann xverp
in tbe part with the distinguished
leader The women aro studying con
ditions at the mines and it is said
that they wore instrumental In per
l suading tlir colonel to Islt the regipn
CRIIPPE
I TO A TTED
I SRVIGfS
Doctor Is a Catholic While His
Typist Belong to Church of
England
PRISONERS MAY ATTEND
SEPARATE SERVICES
The Dentist Will Receive the
I Regular Prison 3ifl of Fare
I Tcday
QUEBEC AugGDI Crlppon and
Miss Leneve xvlil spend their first
Sunday In prison lomorvow and pr >
irratlons have been mado to enable
ench to enjoy a part of the other con
solations 01 their own choice 0
Crlppen Is aRom T Catholic andhi
rompaulcn Is a coinnvanlc of the
church of England Jf tloy so wl > lI
t 1e may atteil ho separate ser
xicss of the prison chapel
The regular Sunday bill of faro IP
The prison Is Oatmeal for breakfast
amid dinner and bread ant water for
luncheon On week days the prisoners
have meat and potatoes for dinner
Cclppcn will fare tomowhat hotter fo1
° ut of the scanty nuni fount on him
at his arrest he is buying a quart
ir milk ada The girls physical con
d lion requires better food than the
lCqular pricon manu
BREVITIES 7 j
atlas Frances Rorfleld 9Gu Twenty l
fifth street In company wIth n friend
from Salt Lake left last evqnlng for
a weeks camping Ju Yellowstone
rrnkMrs
Mrs Ben Tyree ISO Twenty nrst
rucet returned yesterday from Salt
Lake where she has boon spending
everal wooks with h Elstr Mrs F
K Clark who has boon seriously III
following an operation In a SaIl al9
hospital
POST SEASON GAMES
CLTVELAND Aug C Proflfdoat
Charles Somers of tho CIovolanTl
Baseball club announced today that
ho had accepted the challenge of the
Cincinnati National league club for a
post season series to decide tho bafic
ball championship of Ohio J
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RICE VJASI
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rnw mini
Cleveland Police of the Opinion
that the Millionaire Lawyer
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Was Victim of Revenge
ASSASSINS LYING IN
i WAIT IN THREE PLACES
I Dead Mans Law Partners Offer
I 3000 for Capture of the
Murderers
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CLEVELAND Aug GA startling
development In tho Rico murder CRB >
came tonight with the testimony of
three man a uluhtxxatchnmu a pa
uolrnun and u chauffeur who told how
they bad found a man lurking in the
rear of the Rice home just prior U
the murder The man appeared to be
i foreigner and fled when he was de
tected
Four Shotc Fired
Theo men also testified that four
< Sots had been fired Instead of two
as had at first been stated Two bul
letsxvere found In Mr Rices body
and the other two are believed b r
time police to haw boon a signal t n
he murderers accomplices who vcr
watch the otrai approaches to
tile Rice l ome for their victim
While refusing to make public tho
cutlie results of their inxestlpatlon
I the i olice nrofoSs to have established
that Mi Plces inoxonients were cloo >
I Ix watched all jfectvday evening anl
ItbRt when bo left flhjjpuclld club for
his home assasetas xverViilns in wait
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in at least threrT places
After twenty hours work u tm q
I HOP arc tonlchl ns much at sL l
tver in IgR rd to the mysterious nVir
uimr of William L Rice the mllllor W
mifliotd
nire laxvycr whose body was found
j in the roalwaj near his house lasi
I Jibhl
1 Struck on Head and Shot
S Rico had been shot twice struck
tit the 1IttaptbS hlmrr iVWfl0n and
slasheJ across the let hand with o
jinife
The theifx of robbery has heM
abandoned iud the police uov be
here that the murdered man mot
his death at th hands or men who
were seeking revenge They aro
searching for an Italian golf caddy
who it Is said had swoin xengeance
iqainbt Mr Rice for sidIng against
him In a fight which he had with
another caddy and which resulted
m his dismissal S
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No Positive Clue
t Apart from this slight clue aud
the fact that two of the foreigners
were scott In the vicinity just prior
to the discovery of the body tho po
lice confess they have nothing tan
yllc to guide them
The body was found close to a
poxveiful arc light and although Mr
like carried a large sum on his POI
I non in addition to several articles of
jewelry nothing was missing
A reward of 5000 has been oftor
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tare of the murders
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FrthCOiUI tzzIvIliuiii a woo1
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held npigtfd robbedptoday murdor bcj
Ii lug addjpto Uio tfrimoi In todays
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I fair JoscTB D mfnsToz tbo dr verA j
watchful a ayre ult of his cxpoTlancol i
I last weekS poircd flrc on tho baialllsl
I today andJbrouslftri tyolIoy iron thete 4
I wcaponstl Sexeral Tf < the buUeW
pierced htejbocjy iiiitnlmji lnsta i
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The roWers hnftUlv gatlior iBj t
twelvebitniffofrsllvcrvbvallon l hOP fItft1 l
I crty of tbcTErnostlnp Mining corajttyf
and the > S6ccqr6 Mining compan4bpi S
ing shipped jout rom UW nm1nesaadi
left tho scenp Thoy met no further
resistance tho gtajjo was niaitng3
tho trip xvlthout itasscnscif
Body To8Cd Out pf Road t I
When 1CI stage failed to arrive atj i
GIomvocKlJflraka Rouac relief lrlveit
was scmSout to ascertain the trouble1
Ho canlefi Jon the cortch WhJchhSd >
been driven several hundred yards I
from the SCene Of thrpl7bary by ihi
bandits and purnulnj l soarch fur
ther found t110 iepa5 driver lyfngjn S
tho road Kwhorpv hliJ body had iea
tossed byithe robber i
Tloturnlng hastily to Glertwo d A
OUBO Portedtl1c affalc and soooj
1 tUBa was onlthe f trail of Uie > eiiii
S IU D tthmned I1Q1icoiL1 I
the YKri1 i1illl a thj f I
fouriU ti oi 1110 lwehQ ba
attho del 100t W er
tl t J
atvaa
vaa rq ll < L lent lle
was 8f Or r r kb
they abandoli6d7al S
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t1j b j
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mountQtf poH toch Asst Cashl
two meztQ1
they hnVe Time De t
rough m9M
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had tllr 1tOI t
The scenejof i S
miles fromtit
sparsely settled
era Socc6ro couiw
Toso IoDllngu it 1 I
resided widow al 11 Popul
FRANCE j WRle S
j J and mo
P Rt I rh I le public1 i I
war baa re l4j i 0 better food fl l
aud a mab g eja PalstafFs I S
capable Wn ie Ltfnd that jyT
tobo addc t < y the IJtD ArS I
fleet > rhorroa le8 sf cliargeUvjia s 1
out of the fiSbacrlptlooijinnliness 1 J
raised by il f = > fivnnbt andrtf l J
irr nrna P2
I SECRETARY BALLINGER DE f r i
THAT SENATOR MURRAX i 1
SOUGHT RESIG i I I
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SEATTLE Aug 5 Richard A Dal
linger ppsltlxely Ctne tint he IB to
resign as secretary of tbi InoHor
and declares that Senator Murru >
Crane did not even discus scch a
plan at Uiolr recent meeting in fin
neapolls Thero have been a great
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