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EDITION
VOL. 10. NO. 97. *
E SEIZED HIS VICTIM BY THE NOSE
RAP! RAP! GOES THE GAVEL
SENATOR J. C BURROWS.
E%Ttrnp«r*ry Chairman.
COLISEUM. CHICAGO, JUNE !»r»BULLETIN—AUTHORITA.
TIVE ITATEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE UNITED
HUES THAT THE "ALLIES* HAVE DECIDED TO WITHDRAW
THE NAMES OF ALL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES EXCEPT
'lafOLLETTE AND HUGHES BEFORE THE FIRST BALLOT.
HUSHES AND LAFOLLETTE BOTH WERE ASKED TO WITH
SHAW BUT REFUSED. THIS MAKES IT PRACTICALLY CER
TAIN THAT THE NOMINATION OF TAFT WILL- NOT BE
[UNANIMOUS.
NEW YORK. JUNE —THE MERCHANTS* ASSOCIATION
TODAY WIRES SENATOR BURROWS AS t FOLLOWS "THE
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK EMPHATICALLY
IPROTESTS AGAINST THE INSERTION OF ANY ANTIINJUNC
TION-PLANK IN THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
COPIES OF THE TELEGRAM WERE FORWARDED TO CON
SBESSMAN PARSONS AND OLCOTT, OF THE NEW YORK DEL
fISATION REQUESTING THAT THEY ENDEAVOR TO OBTAIN
| THE UNITED OPPOSIION OF THE NEW YORK DELEGATION TO
THE ANTI INJUNCTION PLANK. «
(By United Press)
THE COLISEUM. CHICAGO.
j A** IE —R*prr»<ented by tat) dee
*M, a«««mb!»d front the various
MM* and trrritorlr*. at wall at
Mr "eels'- »I possessions," th* re
aaMtata party Of th* United St.it*
av«t today at noon In quadrennial
tanveittiati far nominating candi
datat farj th* , presidency and vie*
»f»*o.'ir and far, formulating a
lit of polio** upon which the forth.
ammo campaign ana be conduct
at
TV* sees* «a» Chicago's greatest
ittjifelthr.tr*, whert) 'imt year, ago
i Theodore Kouaovelt »aa made the
I pVtt « candidate. Th* seating eg.
[pkdty of lfc<- building ha* hewn In
traued to nearly 11.0*0. that pro
LeegW MCMnrao<t»tloaa for 3.000
■an people than In 1901. At this
tart a tract of thr great roa>
|ajajrat«f party •itlinaiaaL that bat
I lata pouring into town sine* Ha'ur
*< .a* able to obtain admission.
|l**tiffettjoa of the ticket* bad bag*
m fa* hands Of the rational corn-
Bitter and tha >oeal committee of
■ amageia-ma -Each natlocal row.
MUr-uiao «a* allotted a limited
»•«»' tad aactt d»«afn and at*
jttrtata l»o. ,
TV J local committee gave out
U*»_ The marchlag ctuba alone
:. Sat are coming in from outside
joist* wwil-l more than have filled
• Bateau art aside for spectators.
Crowds at Door*.
teat - before the doors were
I epeted, th* eat in front was
Jtß*l with tally uniformed "T*ft
: Mats. "Cannon" club* and organise
Ssai bearing th* names of other
bs rttt sons
■M 14 0 clock th* hall waa thrown
pSf*,* aad j those who bad been to
| hvtscatr as to beg. borrow or hay ;
tO* -' -.». coveted, cards of ..In I.
Ijkaiwere ushered to their seats
f k tie sergeant, at arms
;§tft* large proportion of the throng
•its*'-.- ... whose seals wore ar-
I ■■ ' ' around three side* of the
IsSflfatbraised tiers and galleries,
**•;.--.: of women, many of them
Bomlneat In fjcttl life li. CM-
.'£ Otlegatet Seated.
k Delegates Seated. In
I Washington, gowi.ed In
ttetr beat summer finery.
K-vTbe local committee on arrange.
Setts had given more prominence
j**» tter to the aortal aide of the
■areata** and a gene-row* ah.i of
fcteU went to the "100."
"' I -gate* and alternate* were
wwted la the center of the ball, 'he
StarJet of each state delegation be
kg indicated by placards fattened
« raised standards, the big repnb
** ttttr*. Hk* Pennsylvania and
*»» T. -. being given front rows,
Bet***n «j,|, delegates' reservation
**l tbe scrririnlc stage on which
•*'• seated the offlcert of th* con
**«Uon, th* members of the nation
■ convention and dlt tlngnlthed
•»««*, Including repreneautlvea of
"•diplomatic corps at Washington.
•♦re th* 400 aeatt tet aside for tbe
2of the prrts. liirinc the aa-
Nnblinir of delegates and * pet tat
JN the bead played, and shortly be
■re o'clock Mrs. lleatricevFlsch
■^rllßSJll san Ardltl'a "Knchan
«•*>-" The band then swung Into
»* Inspiring strains of "Tann
■V"***" liefore the '■...;
,', Col. Harry 8. New, chairman
■ the republican national conven
"<* ttepped to the front of the
■aero, at 12:15 o'clock, rapped
JJ*?"'.,» on the presldlni officers
7?* **i ctlled the conrcntlon to
Wicf.t—a
Called to Order.
"Th- proceed in w||r |,« begun
JJ* prayer by the fllr.ht |{<-v P J.
■B»s»*a, krabe* of the rh.sr*^ of
a • XT
Convention Is
in Session
Chairman New Calls the Republicans
to Order — Mention of Roosevelt's
Name Calls forth Real Cheers —
Allies Will Make Great Fight and
| Taft's Nomination Will Not Be
Unanimous.
Chicago, of th* Boman Catholic
church," be announced.
Hlshnp Maldooa't prayer wat as
follows: '■CsßsMMk
"Almighty and merciful Or*' we
humbly beseech Thee, mercifully
, to rive ear to the prayer* offered
by by servants In behalf of the
whole nation.
"We humbly Implore Thee to
bleat and guide us In Thy wisdom
and direct the deliberations of this
contention for the greater peace,
tecariiy and happiness of the en
tire people.
"Grant to all peace, purity and
patriotism, through Christ, who
taught as to pray, saying: 'Oar
BUT THE OLD MAN OOEBNT
SEE IT THAT WAV.
Father who Sri In Heaven, hal
lowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom
come. Thy will be done on earth,
as It la in Heaven. Hive us this
day oar dtlty bread, forgive ii* our
iT.-l.l* list we forgive our debtor*
load us not Into temptation, but de
The Seattle Star
llvc-r BE from evil, for Thin* la the
Kingdom, the |ii»rr and th*
glory, for aver and ever Aaaaa."
Immediately following tho prayer
Frederick I'pham. chairman of tha
be-*] commute- op' a mute menu,
presented to Chairman New a gavel
made, out of wood from Old Fort
I kearbor II
Chairman New then recognised
J. 11. MalUck. secretary of tha atm
ventlou. tod announced that ha
M ...I read th.- call m.,1. .hi. the
j convention had aaarmbled. Ac
cording to the call, ouch atale It an
ut.v.i to four delegates*! large and
four alternates, and each ni—iag
•luaal dlatricl to two delegate!* and
BBS altrrnatea la addition each
of tho territories. Including Hawaii,
flam* Rico and tha l'Mll,.aiaea. and
alto the District of Columbia. It an
titled to two Uclr,: tad two aj
: i no tee
New Make* Address.
After the rail bad beep read.
Chairman New, la lavprewatee
timet, tald:
The boor hat arrived for the
rvpreacn tati»re of tha republican
party to meat la their fourteenth
national committee), after almnat 13
yaara of tha most brilliant admin
istration la the history of the world
"There ara people la this con
vention »ho participated It the
first convention of tha party, aad
the areocnpllabaaanta of tba party
la th* brief .pan of the Ufa of a
man yet living, are almoat beyond
belief.
"We are tiara to assert our pride]
la anal bat been data*, to approve
the achievements of th* past and ,
■bast especially to commend th* ad ]
TANANA MINERS ADVERTISE
FOR YOUNG WIVES
A promising field Rat
young women hat been
found la the Tenant
mining district In Alas
ka, according to a let
ter which wat brought
before the Chamber of
mo rat this after
noon. ,
As a result of the
letter It It predicted
that many of th*
maiden school teachers.
Instead of going to the
east this summer to
spend their vacations.
will visit Fairbanks and
perhaps annei the till*
Mra
When the eastern
communities, where
there I* a large surplus HOW WILL SHE DO, BOYS?
of women. become In- .
formed of tbe ftct that' 1,000 men are living in a district where
there are only MM women, tbe railroad* will caary many a young •
woman to Seattle on her way to Alaska.
The letter follows
"Fairbanks. Alaska. May », IMS.
Secretary Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Seattle.
"Dear Sir: The Fairbanks mining district, haa a population of
about 6,000 men, of whom about (00 arc married, the real are living
a life of bachelorhood, although there are "5 or SO per cent within
the marriageable age, all or nearly all of that ?& or SO per cent arnV
of th* most virile and manly kind.
"Falrbanka la tbe newest frontier '••«« in the tutted States, and
the blood that built It belongs to the survival of the fittest class..
Poverty la unknown: there Is little or no sickness, and the climatev
It aa healthy at any In the whole world, to I think If you people '
would advertise our want, In the Sea Knglaud state, or la district*
where there » a *urplu* of women, you would be helping yourselves
In a financial way, and you would be doing at a favor that couldn't
be measured from a monetary standard Sincerely yours.
I'l i l It IOHNBON."
**********
* *
* THE WEATHER. *
w a
* Cloudy, probably with shew- *
* *r* tonight and Wednesday; *
a light to gent!* westerly br**s*. *
a ' . *
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VICTORIA IS
AT NOME
Telegraphic advlcea from Nome
this morning bring the Information
il.s' the Victoria, of the Alaska
Htesmehip company, arrived there
at about 7 o'clock last evening.
The Victoria left hValU* Jua* 1
SEATTLE, WASH., TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1908.
SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE
To 0* Permanent Chairman.
tululalratlcii Of Theodore ItOOtf
vett."
TV* nam* of Roosevelt wat the
signal for the first big cheer
. When am** was restored New
continued;
"The policies under which hi*
THE GOVS HMO" Of MAINE IS
REALLY QUITE fUNNY.
-" ';- ■' : i
splendid tdmialttration hat been
conducted bar* been known to the
' American people as the 'politics of
1 the square deal.'"
"tieatlemea of the convention,
WWW».MW^. I i l l in l«
j -— — •
i Continued on page ?.)
In command ef ('aetata W. P. Pur
ler, carrying shout an* ■sosssaaesa '
and a full cargo of freight.
****it*ltii***it*t O O
* a
* BANK CLEARINGS, a
*— ■ *
a Seattle *
* rioe.rl.oa. Messy , ll* 701 SI a
* Balance* li.t.ttt It O
a Taeema. a
* Clearings today ..I Alt, I" on a
* Balance* 48,324 o<l »
* js*SJaYJB£ Portland *
* ..rln*. today . It j>ni.n-.«ii 0* *
a iisiatiie, 4.: 172 SB a
* a ,
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MACCABEES WILL MEET. '. '
Member* nf hive No f>*. Ladle*
of the Msn-alsse*. will entertain
this evening at the A O V W.
ball, *t)a»tf rirst ay.
Using Threats
'...' and Oaths i
Masked Robber Appears from Under
a Bed in Hotel and Despoils Two
Guests of All Their Valuables.
After hilling under a bad fully five hourt waiting for his
i victims to fall asleep, an arras and masked burglar emerged
from hit lair, shook If. K. WtagrU, a wall-known cigar broker,
by the note until he was thoroughly awake, and at the point
of a gun compelled him to turn over a solid gold watch and
a heavy gold chain with a $20 gold piece attached.
ft The robbery took lace in room Bof The Oaks, a hotel
at Ninth ay. and Pike St.. shortly after 3 o'clock this morning
Thrwtteniae to kill Bessie and hi* bedfellow. Law** ■rhaafar
. , " they made any outcries, the robber backed from the mom, locked
the dour and wad* hi* escape,
, When the burglar left the room. Ilea*!* tried to arouse guests
of the hotel by .homing and pounding on the lucked door, hut It
; was • o'clock before he waa able to attract attention.
Beagle hurriedly arsaasg and went to police heats*, ear** ft to
Ji report the robbery Iktfl* It confident that th* robber wat aom*
. person who waa wet] aewaalated with bla habits.
Secreted Under Bed.
Beagle and bla partner. land* Behaefer, arrived at Th* Oaks
.' about midnight.
"We entered Use room little thinking there was a burglsr sunder
- the bed," said aTtarl* tbla morning. "And I turned oa the tlectrle
lltht. Our bed It on one side of tha room aw.v from th- lights
Behaefer and 1 usual. read a lit!* before going to sleep .ml last
nUM. a* usual »- yanked the bad arrow* the room where the light
, would be suitable for reeding The robber who waa under the bad
must have ratted clear arrow th* room, keeping under the bed and
.•out of our eight til «ha time, Bchtefer and I read until about I
_. o'clock thl* morales, when my partner threw down his ttsgallat
t sim went to sleep I read until 3 o'clock aad then turned off th*
% • light*. I wat unable to go to sleep, although Behaefer wat breath
ilia* heavily. .* •
Jy' ;- . Surprised By Not**.
t "."Imagine my surprise when I heard a scrap* and rattle beneath
the h*d I knew right away that there wat something- dolus?. The
burglar who must have been pretty sore at having be**) under the
b<d for several hours. anted to care not how much noise be made.
I threw my arm .rroaa my eye* to prevent being blinded by the
> flash of light I knew meet come. The robber scratched two or
.'three* matches *. !••• bent over us. 1 feigned sleep aa lb* robber
.walked to the head of oar bed and raa his band under th* pillows.
Met finding gay valuable*, th* robber seized me by the note and
. I began to roll my head from tide to tide In a vigorous manner.
1 stretched sad yawned a* though 1 had lust awakened and tat
up la bed. The robber bad a maak acroaa the lower part of hi*
. - tana and he shored t run at my bead.
' And of all the plcturr*<]tta throat* and ■ curses that fellow
launched at ma! That robber had a moat beautiful voice; deep.
• beat . and musical with a fringe lost like silk, but ho epotled the
whose effect with hi* rude language. And ail the time Bcbac'etr
I slept on. .
Wanted Diamond
"'Where's that rock?' demanded the robber, referring to my
. B*M diamond shirt stud
"I told him I had left It at a local ttf* deposit vault that mom.
£ Ing
"'You're a liar,' said th* robber, accompanying hit remarks
. \ with a string of talk which fairly curdled the atmosphere.
"By tbla tins* Behaefer was awake The robber made both
of us roll to one aid* of the bed while to- searched under the
* ■be. He found my watch and chain watch I always put la a
4 tar case at night
**". "'Aha,' said the robber, »n« can't foot Bat.' Tbe joke waa on
the burglar as he thought the diamond stud waa In the cigar rase
with my watch The robber searched our clothe* bat disdained to
take several dollar* In ****** 11. wanted tbe amassed After ttaf
. flag the clear caao Into bit pocket the thief waved bla gna at
we threateningly and hacked toward, the door.
"'No«. I am going to wait out»>d* the deer," said the burglar,
'and If I hear en* yip from you. I'll blew your head* off"
"With that he barked out of las room and locked th* door We
■■ waited a fan minute* and then attempted to arouse the guests In
adjoining rooms, bat it waa nearly three hour* before the landlord
unlocked our door." TI~ZS i" '■
Beagle tat* the robber wa* a young man about S feet « or 7
| Inches In height The victim deplores the buss of hit watch, at It
was a gift from bit mother year* ago. Beagle haa hit suspicions
a* to th* Identity of lb* burglar and aa arrest la likely to lot
lew tC-r" ■-';;- . ~ .. ' '
NOW Will
YOU BE
I GOOD
Hat Denial Is Mate That
Roosevelt Dictated
Platform.
nallorm.
Neither Did Secretary Taft
Have Much to Say
About It
(By United Press
WASHINGTON, June IS— Now
comes a characteristically vigor
out denial from ih< white bouse
that President Ri.ie.velt dictated
the prevision* of the platform
which It Li be submitted lo the
republican national committee on
resolution* by Wade M Kills, at
toeney gem Bl of ' 'Mo
It even goes .0 far as to deny
the ■aaiwdar) Taß pltyed sal very
important pail In drafting the docu
ment which It *|.iken of In Chi
cago as if It had been dictated,
PRICE ONE CENT
l.v the president to the secretary
of war, acting aa stenographer
Tbe following statement wat la
sued todty from the white house
"That which purport! to be the
so-called admlnittration platform,
telegraphed from Chicago, la a
mere tentative draft prepared by
member* of the resolution com
mltteo for presentation to Secre
lar)- Tart for the purpose of obtain-
In: hit vlewt on certain planks
"A large part of this purported
platform never ».. we* Jjy the
president at all and a number of
the plunks contained In the re
asalader were subjected to amend
ment a of both a verbal and a tub
ttantlal nature.
"Thla and other drafts ware
tentative only suit merely for the
Information of certain member* of
the resolutions committee, who
were • • king the views of various
prominent republicans.
"Neither the ii. idiot nor Sec
retary Taft committed himself nor
waa asked to commit himself to
*ay particular feature of any form
of platform, but the various drafts
of proposed i lanka err* laid be
fore them both."
STOLE A FEW
HOURS' SLEEP
Itecaute he was broke tnd need
ed tleep, Hen Martinson, who tayt
he la an electrician, unlocked a
ili.it to a room In the New Kng
land hotel. First tv. 8 and Main
it., last night an.l climbed into bed.
Mtrtlnson wat discovered sev
eral hours later by the proprietor
who found that the electrician was
not In the room according to Ho
rule* of tbe hotel. Patrolman lull
llffe wat notified and Martinson
now occupies a cell In the city
Jail, charged with being a diner
| derly person.
MISS MATHILOE TOWNBEND.
OH JOY! MAYBE DUKE D'ALBA
IS NOT A FORTUNE HUNTER
(Sttr Spatial Service
WASHINGTON, Juno i«—Capital
nor let V I* bUtClng with Ik* dallite.t i
morsel of romantic Kossip that li
ha. had for snot* time.
The duke of Alba, be of the;
lengthy lineage of Spanish fighting '
men, la coming back to Waabtng-;
ton and Bar Harbor, Me., on a "big)
game hunt."
Of court* everybody know* there j
■a no "big game" shooting la Wash- j
I net on or liar Mai nor In th* sum
tiu-r. eieept the heart hunts conduct
oil by l »*n r.iii.l And the duke,
whoa* title I. weightier than hit
puree, was only last year very much I
Interested In Miss Met hi Me Town- <
ALL AT
OUTS
Lincoln J. StetTens Gives
the Inside of Chicago
Convention.
BY LINCOLN J. STEFFENS.
Copyright, IOCS. Newspaper Enter
prise Association.
CHICAGO, Juae IS.—Some popn
tar demand* will be presented to
this convention. That It newt that
ta resiarkablo.
lb. back with ate a bit. We have
been watching tor several yean
now-, the representative and the
I preside trying to compel the un
repreweatativ* congreaa ,to repre
sent the people. We are seeing the
same spectacle hare. The presi
dent, a republican, la representing
the republican* of the nation, and 1
he Is trying to compel th* republi
can party to represent th* rwopt*.
and be may MIC . . .1
11. i. reeded, with the "big
stick, la Jamming through th* ua
the** I legislature ****** pretty "'good
legislation, and he la tucceeding
here with the "steam roller" in
flattening the opposition to hi*
plan* and making the convention
do what he thinks should be done
fur the people.
Hit Candidate and Platform.
Indeed, there Is very little doubt
but that a* will jam hit candidate
and his platform through the con
vention. Just at he Jammed bla
measures through emigre**.
Hut, think of It. He haa to use
force. This republican convention.
like that republican congee**, do**
not of Itself represent the people.
There It nothing unusual about
It Th* same observation it gen
erally true of democratic legist*
tion and convention*.
No. It It amazing, but the tmas-
Ing thing abtsMt th* entire thing la
; thst the people are naamased at
this This le a fresh exhibition,
and prove* SOI unrepresentative
character of our representative at
rembllt't in general.
But this convention doe* erst
even represent the president who
control* It. It obey*, but dan* not
agree with him.
Few Are for Taft.
There are not a hundred dele
gates who, la their hearts, are for
Taft A win* Insider told no- that
hie probably expressed the truth.
And this truth I. that th* repuhli
can | arty la not going to nominate
* candidate Its delegates want
Hut that isn't the whole truth.
"Whom do th* delegates want,"
waa asked.
"Oh, Ki»«M-velt. of course." came
the answer.
That, again It true but that It
gat the whole truth, either. The
deiegai. are not the parte. Th.
■Isle organisations which sent
them here for the national organira
tlon and this undercurrent for
Ki.isevelt I* what the republican
party hope* to still use la throwing
the coiiMiition Into con fusion and
thus might nominate a man like
Fairbanks, Knox, Cannon, etc., who
would represent not even 'hi party,
let alone the people.
Now lionaevelt ha. put hit 'snip
npnn the convention and th* or
ganisation, but that Is not ugh
Hit platform doe* net begin to M
I press the hopes of those who want
jto see the government tail. I- tbe
cause* Instead of the aaa*Bta*oa*oal
send, daughter of Mrs Hubert
Tbwnacnd, and a Washington bells
of a season or two.
Although bla Intention* to Ml**
Towntead were marked last teaeon
the duke want home soon after h*
discovered that her Income was
only 1200,000 a year.
Now, those who tell thing* be
hind 'heir fan. are positive that
li Albe baa suffered like a soldier
all these 12 months from t heart
wound. Tbcy tre certain he seek*
a halm for bis wound, and will carry
off lb* belle of liar Harbor regard
lea* of her small lacerate.
la other words this I* to be a
real love story after ail.
of our corruption. And It look*
bar* for awhile aa If nobody waa
going to put the republican para/
I on record a* to the fundamentals.
Something Doing.
ft wat learned today that th*
Wisconsin delegation it going to do
that' Senator l.a Kolletie. Con
gressntao Cooper and other leaders
from that .fate who have led tha
people of Wisconsin through their
fight to overthrow the railroad*
aad other governing interest*, are
to offer plank, for the republican
convention platform to that tarno 1
end In the United States, and 'hey
propose to tight for the principles
Ila th* platform committee • and -
upon the floor of the convention If
necessary.
Moreover, there i* labor, . which
it a part of th, people. Organised
labor is here with a few demand*,
but labor won't fight as hard aa
the Wisconsin delegation
Organised tabor's plan*, a* I un
derstand It. it to ask what they
want firm of the republican party.
Then If the del*ad* are denied,
to S* with the same demands to
the democratic party. And then,
If neither of the old parties will
rwgpttiat labor, then labor may
have a labor ticket.
I ana not arguing; I am only tell-
Ing. Those who are concerned In
iae radical parties was today ara
dlctaUng the policiua governing th*
European countries knew that thit
w-ns developed la the tame way,
the refusal of th* old partes* evea
; to try to represent the people.
FLOODS
RECEDE
End of High Water is
Kansas Is Now in
Sight
(By United Pre**.)
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Jus* 16.—
The end of the big flood, which
ha* don* so much damage la th*
past few day*, it I* Bight Tb*
Missouri river aad Its tributaries
have reached the highest ttagxi aad
are now slowly falling •
The Union statins is still above
tbe flood level, aKhowgh the water
is a foot deep atoscnidm thai h,-i«
gage rooms, and there are still
two feet of water la frost of the
HloHDom house, <**■> of the best
hotel* In the vicinity of the depot.
The Missouri, Kunsa.i ft Texas.
Chicago A Alton an.l Chicago, Mur
lingto* A Quluct railroads have
started to move their trains and
si. today landing passengers at
Sheffield on the eastern boundary
of th* city.
The overflow of the Missouri
still surround* the east bottoms
of the city, and t force of work
men employed by the Kaii.ua City
Southern railway, are today build
ing a sand dyke for a dlstsnce of
two miles This will bold the
water back until the titer sud
denly rite* stain. V
GOVERNOR DAWSON IS A
VICTIM OF CONSUMPTION.
(By United Press.)
I'll till EH rON, W. Va., June It.
— tjovc.ner O, W. !>a« i, of West
Virginia, It a *1 f|"i of tubercu
losis. As si«-i a. his rbyalcUn
notified him that M had cvntrtcted
th* dreadful disease hi' Imuierti
ately left for aaßoattts N. C,
where he Will remain for several
w.eks In the hope of being cured
Ihe disease I* only la Its Ural
state »*.:'-

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