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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY JULY 3, 1012.
MEETING TO END?
Cock Island District Consider
ing Abandoning of Tin
CONFERENCE TO DECIDE
lixtcnslw Kofiuirs to Buildings e
otsury Interest Not I'p to
It is extremely doubtful whether'
there ever will lie another Methodist
ramp meeting In Rock Island county.
This time honored Institution wiil Le
on trial for Its existence July It be
fore a i:u -t it: c of representath ii of
every charge In the Ho k Island dis
trict. The delegates will uwscml'.
at the camp grounds on the Tlndail
farm throw miles outh of Milan an 1
therp pass JudiffCat.
iii.i!i.r ii:c i.im;.
For a number of yeurs popular in
terMt in the camp meeting has l.eeu
.n the wniic, fewer and fewer ant
fioriH to the church resulting, how
ever ably and zealously the meetings
were conducted. Now the buildings'
on the grounds are in u state that j
rcr.ders immediate and extensive re-!
pairs necessary. The coming t:ieet
i.'ig to decide whether it is wise to
ex; end the necessary money in this
Tt Ih possible that arrancemcnt!" for
district tii'-etinps of a differ nt sort
will be made.
DR. CRAIG WARNS
Rock Island, July 3. Editor The
Argus: Although It Is hoped we wlil
l.ave what the medical profession has
U't-n agitating for sevi ral years, a
tatie Fourth, some accidents will prob
ably occur. The dang.-r of te'anus, or
lockjaw, must be borne In mind. F.vcry
life lost from this cause Is d.ie to ig
norance it re-let f. Too often tlie par-
in do. a not M-ek medical advice for
n child with, a small Injury boon
i un'i) h. Tlie tri iitnient i medical and
h'liji'iil. The wound should he care
ful, y cle;i:ied mid opened. The germs
of lockjaw i-.iiiiiit live in air. After
fne !i,c;l)ii mill treatment by atiti
si pii's and cant, li.a'ioii, the wound
should not lie allowed to i lose nut"
j:ui.nin'i'ili. f t in. 'I he mcditul tit at
lu.nl Is by ai'iitiixln. This is me' im
loitaiii ai.il m ist be given iarly. I'iiy.
soi.,:is m ty obtain t Lit us antiioxln
at I hit- olhce five d i llai jje.
G. G. CHAiC,
Physician Health Department.
MARSHALL IS SELECTED
ON THIRD BALLOT
(Continued from l'CK One1
Governor "mke i,f Noitli Dahota. were
ii'nt .i iiiii'.in i.f I.. m.-iiUulud lit this
Wl!!m;u J. l.ryau entered the hall
while poi. ical and patriotic sol. us
weie s'iil i.eii g sung a. id th-y weie
l.iiei i d ny the i '..i.i j that groet
d Pry .in.
Mr. !;.;.:: Took his sea: with the
Ncbin.c a ilol-gi ion .u,d immediately
tii:.:..e Mc i.i.iei of a nui,p nf del
cats ai v.i.'i., to trni aflate hi it.
Illlk l.tls l MISII If..
It 1 e. .ni.e apparent u, the I'.ryau
ic.vimis lett h,s i-:,io and mir.git.d
v.tli the Wi.si u deiei;ut. a ou the iloor
' ...it e ciiur Maiha'.l of Indiana.
Voa! 1 no' haw the s.ii port ol the
I. ry an Wih on foro or the vice presi
i" t Tail no miuat, on. I.iyiin let 11 be
l.l.ouu th.. i he did hot beii' ve Mar-
hall Wu-;UI. t.e a siiou cumiiuate.
At ! i in. c i..i,, inau James i all
id tite c-o.ivi i.tiuti to or.ii r. rier
v .is .st..i . d and Ue. Carl on I . li.ir
i .s i.ciivei.-d tie iino.aaii.. larie-u-'''
) r !'... pia;.er Chairman
Jali.es a '.lloiiln i d ;
' Nomiii .tloiiti of candidates for tho
Vivo presidency of the l liited States
..ie now ia order."
ll A ll:i 4 1. I(K.
I'lie roll i all began. Alabama pass-
. i .ii.ei.a had no n.ni.e to uCer, journ or c halrman James' announce- j erai director Rev n a n. L .
.'-'do. Comic, i.et and.ment that the convention was iJJZ77''n' Ti
1 ","r" re,l. j jontiiJ sine die. The motion was Z " LT:,'1
ii. I! i fcaa of Georgia mounted
' ! ... lOI'lil to make the LrsI l.l.lll.,
Uo tr.,to,-uiIlatearWl,rcatiHOUSE IN OVATION FOR
Pro:. i ail lht the
ha:i came cries
'f Clrrk. 'i.iik. Clark."
Pi r seMi.il minutes Dean coiitiu
' i s.,...its of "Name jour
I .nn. V. ho is he?"
Wlin he lina'ily plai cd Clark in
Luminal:, n. a Jell sounded through
. i h...:
lux uriiv in ( t i -, ; -v
.i .i t. :.. the leaders ucr xert-
- i m ry ii.iii to naili c'l-uw iae
s 1'e.in iciuluded. former Cover -
er - .. n k. rv of 1 uunrl h.,r J
.Woman's Best Help
to tiie good health which comes
itom rcralar action of the organs
if I:j;ction and chniiiiation to
freedom Jruia jvain and iutierir.g
to i'l.ysici.1 grace and beauty
is tic harmless, egtuble lenicJy
ried to the platform to decline the
nomination for Clark.
"Tho lion. Champ Clark has de
cided he cannot accept the oilice of
vice president," Dockery said. "He
did not reach this conclusion out of
pique. He is loyal to the democratic
j. arty and to its nominee, Wuodrow
Wilson, speaker Clark timply pre-
fers to remaiu in his present nlace, or
to remain a simple member of the j
Louse of representatives."
i ne Knowing were prist tnea lor ,
the consideration of the convention !
last n:t;ht in connection with the vicei
Champ ( lark of Missouri by H. 11.
Itean of Georgia. I
John H. Iiurke of North linkota by j
V. K. I'uMell of North iJakota.
Klmui.- W. Ilurst nf Illinuis by I
Samuel Mschuler of Illinois.
'1 ho mas Marshall of Indiana by C. (
I'. .Menis of Indiana. j
Martin J. Wad" of Ioua by Henry:
Vollmcr of low.i.
.l.iu. . s II. i'resion of Maryland by
Alo;... Miles of Maryland.
Mr Miks had l-repaied a long '
had prepaied a long 1
s'n cili in erl'igy i.f i'.aitiiuore and of :
Preston, and the ikii gates grew rest-:
I "":.me Lire.' Tilling vnlir m:m
' i lie?" ratee from the floor.
i Afo-r Milis had cm. Imled A. Mit-'
j clieil Palmer. Wilson maiiaivT, ask
ed ciianimous consent thai the con-.
i t iden.tioii of the vice presidential
lio.iiimition be sus; en.ied and the re
port of tlie committee on resolutions
j re lived and acted npi n. Ti .s was
' ootnineil and Senator Kern, i '..air
man of the r fidut ions committee,
j red the platform.
I lie hud scarcely b. gun when
i there was a general mov m i t to
le;:e the hail. Il was several min
utes before the business could 1 ro
le. .1 end t'.ie o'.ice were kept busy
'cl'.ii.r.g il.- jiispj. When on!- r was
rest.ri ! Senator Kern resumed the
rending of the platform.
Tlie reading of the report of the:
committee on resolutions consumed i
i:c:-r' an hour It was list
Willi ear. ful attention by the dele
;g:iiis ami tlie fe spectators who re-,
t'l.omd in the hall. When the rci.'.
i ini-' was Concluded. Senator Kern j
j moved the adoption of the report, j
which was done by viva voce vote.
Governor Prewer f Mississippi of-
i It red the formal resolution giving
the thanks of the convention to Na
tional Chairman Norman K. Mai k
' and National Secretary Prey Wood
ton. It was ad; ted without debate.
The other customary resolutions
'approving tie convention committee
i also w ere n.lopti ,1.
No one hi ard the motion to ad-
dared carried at I:."t? and the dc
iu TV.rie pi,iitiil!,,n ia .,vA.
CLARK AND UNDERWOOD
.. -... u-i ....
er-c .ark. si.o-ung the effect of the
strain under w tich he labored during ition. The shops closed this after
the democratic convention, entered ! noon to rtnalQ Idle till Friday.
the house today he was given an MaI.: TT
ovation tfcat lasted s-veral minute . i T. Molm. Elect.on July 27.
he southern cxa
. hearing apidause.
tingent adding the
! TAFT HAS ENCOURAGING
REFORTS FROM CALLERS
Was'.iingti n. July 3. iU-puoljcan
congressmen who talked with Tift
today expressed coi.r.dcuce he would'
be reelected. Among the
house callers who predicted sucics
.1 1 e.. -
ii': I'.ipn.i in Mjir -eiiiaiive
iioh'.t cf Missouri and Represtn-.
talive Posenlerg cf Illinois.
Seek Lawrenct Stceher.
A te.egrarn from relatives of
Iwrence .tcehcr was re.eived ! y : lieved to tave been temporarily in
Chlc f James Prinn this afternoon i sane.
from Alton. Ph. ar.1 an effort is be-' .
ing maie to fij tin;
states that there th
ia the fanny.
been a death
STAGE PLAY ON
LAUD AND WATER
Plans for the play 'Hiawatha," which
' to given at the Watch Tower July
IT, IS, 29 and 20, are nearly complete
and Tlle piay promises to be a huge
success ami unique in entertainnic uis
in the tri-citieB.
It is jdanued to stage, the play on
the bank of Hock river south of the
figure eight, where the hillside makes
u natural amphitheatre, with batges
anchored close to the banks for u
part of the stape, although the wods
will also be used. Tepees will b; set
close at hand and everything that is
oi" Indian i haracter w ill be placed to
give the proper Htmospticiu m, mm
presentation or the drama.
i M,!- Marion Humphreys has drama-
jtizel the play, taking it from Long-
.fellow's American epic of the Ojib-
' . ' 1 "e 13 " u, 1,""du
and tlie tliemc is cliensnrd ny the
Indians as one of their prettiest u.r-
ends. The introduction will be Kiven
by Superintendent S. .1. Ferguson. Ac?
" U "' la0 fc.ceno where Gitche
Mar.fo calls the ndians to him audi
n. isiiddes th. in to throw :i.vav t.ieir 1
in -t rumet'ts of war and smoke I he"'
peace pipe. Act 2, scene 1, is Hiawa-, ucp.i n.ieui. cause i Jeit mat a great ileal wouia
'ha's hildhood wliere Nokomis sings, j New York- Ju,v :i- s"on af,cr depend upon the action of the re-"Kwa-yu.
My Little Owlet." to the I tue 'i'''.CI1",io" 'f Assi.-tant So re- pu'.iican convention,
baby. S eti0 2, Hiawatha rep-a's liiesc ! tary An,1r,'w I'ocame known the stock i "When tie; republican convention ad
tongs and in scene " he kills his iirst ' 1"arlt't' which had opened w ith gen-; journed it w as more apparent than
d".r. Act :: presents Hiawatha the man. : 'ro"3 u,,vaI" 's. "llen!y be. ame re- before that circumstances required
lie goes to the arrowmaker's tent and '
goes to the arrowmaker's tent and '
sinus his love to Minnahalia. Act i
1 is the weiMing scene. Act 5 is the 1
famine scene and the death of Minne- j
hahii. Scene 1 of act G is the white '
nu.n's foot and scene 2. the farewell ;
') ami departure of Hiawatha.
A cart of .",.) will give the play and I
ail but one of the characters has .veil I
The cast at present is as
R. S. Har.ey,
Hiawatha the Child Alluj Kiove.
Hiawatha the Poy Isley Rexdaie.
Nai.omis Miss Miy . Rosensic-iii,
Minn. l;aha--Mi.-s Alice Quii.ian.
lagoo I!. H. Wilson.
Cliibiabos H. J. Dawson.
Pau I uk Ker-wis -C. C. Dabhit.
Famine Sarah E. Worthing'ou
Fever Margaret Osterman.
Musician .1. G. Hazard.
Ka.-ind H. D. Winbiglet.
.'us. .war ion c. Mumrnreva is cm.
I tor, and Lee Davis, business manager.
Chief Clerk Resigns.
Han-y Ford has riigned as c'.iK-f
clerk a.t the Silvis shops of the Rock
Island road to take a position wi'.i a
oig transfer concern in Chicago.
succi Ksrtr nA nor h,ia. om.i i
- - . - -. v. v.. uuivii. J . .V,
gher is temporarily filliue tbc ios-
"as oeen set ny tne ilolino
, --..ool board a.i the date for an elee-
rion to vota on the proposed bond Uue
to raise $1T5'00 for a new high school
in the plow- city.
New Auditor for Southern.
John J Rvan xnrhn Viae Tin Qer-.
j elated with the Rock Island Southern
i since the rctuMnr n. .r.l v,-
hn mAa nt u. t. .--
te, the resigr-atlon of H. W. Stewart, wbo
:l-n t V. r, I1 r. V . t f
fho ri Cil!,'m rt TI XI' C. .v
Murder and Suicide.
Chesaning. Mich., July 3. Merrltt
Farshall. W. shot nnd lriiic u.
year-old Anna Hoten todav anrt hlP-
! off tho inn nf hi u v.
! College Gets $50,000 Endowment.
Abingdon, in., July 3. H-dding col
;lege completed a successful campaign
for a 4r.i"i,ono endowment Monday night.
In consequence an agricultural course
will be added next fall.
MACVEAGH IS SCORED
BY AN AID IN OFFICE
(Continued from Page One. 1
assistant secretary he bad been di
rector of the United States mint. He ,
was also special assistant to the na-
tional monetary commission. Prior ;
to his entrance into political life he ' lnont resolution has demonstrated that
was assistant professor of finance atj,he mocratic party ia not only pro-
Harvard. He is a writer of wide rep
utation upon financial topics. An-j
drew assembled the bureau chiefs in ;
his office to advise them of Lis res
ignation and bid them goodby.
I l l:t.ll I.I.WIS C APITAL.
MacVeagh left Washington 'ast
night for Dublin, N. II., to spend tha
When Andrew heard the president's
statenn nt that his resignation had ,
been requested he said, "That's iech- j
nically true, but the statements in j
my letter of resignation shows the j
nasows wincu iea 10 inai lonuu.ou.
Kou a is i;m. I li.
Washington, July Z. Ueiresenta-1
tive Cox of Ohio introduced a reso-
'ution touay proposing an inveatiga-
,io" lf Ia'v'eatli s administration of
uonar '" ,!" ',rl t-ains were
wiped out. Declines from the best 0,lr convention to insure a consolida
figures of the iirtt hour including ; tjon of the progressive vote under our
Heading. 2 .".-s; I'nion Pacific, .' 1 -4 ; j i,anner.
Lehigh alley, 2: and tinted States
steel l .i-i. mere was some recov-
ery, but tlie market continued heavy
Largest Inheritance Tax.
Chicago. July ?.. The estate of the
late Vie!, ard T. Crane, the ironmaster,
estimated at fl7.oiin.ini. , h':s been as
sessed the largest inlii ritaiii e tax e ver
placed in Illinois. $:52!),i:;i.
BUT PILL OUT
A Few Applications of a Simple
Remedy Will Bring Back
the Natural Color, i
"Full out one pray hair and a dozen
will take its place' ia an old saying-, .many delegates dropped In to congrat
which is, to a great extent, true, if no uhite him On his fight. Telegrams
steps are taken to stop the cause. When j poured in praisitm bini for the cam
gray hairs appear it is a eirp that Na-; pai,n h . had mad,- in the interest of
ture needs assistance. It is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair. dull, lifeless
1 1 rm i MtM'Mi I'M vni i re c i
hair, or hair that is failing out, is not
necessarily a siga of advancing ace, f,r
there are thousands of e Merry people,
with perfect heads of hair without a
single streak of frray.
When frr3y hairs come, or when the
hair seems ti La lifeless or dead, some
good, reliable heir-restoring treatment
should be resorted to at once. Special
ist say that one cf the best prepara
tions to use is the old-fashione;! "sag-e
tea" which our grandparents used. The
best preparation of this kind i3 Wyeth's
Sage acd Sulphur Hair Remedy, a prep
aration of domestic sajre and sulphur,
scienti.lcaily compounded with later dis-
covered hr tonics and stimuiar.ts. U.e !
whole mixture being carefully balanced
wholesome and perfectly harmless. It nt the occasloi'
refreshes dr, parched hair, removes iikait ;ies kippoht,
dandruff and" gr?duily restores faded: Baltimore. July 3 William Ran-
tF. h'.r 10 iu"aturai coJor- ' . dolph Hearst, who has been one of the
Don t delay another tnuiute. Start i , . .
csing Wyeth's Sa-e and Sph-Ir al f!nci',al of dark's caadi-
once and sew what a difference a fcwdac'' last c!pht ail:
davs treatment will make in your hair. "P went to Ba!'!mjre hoping that
This crer-aration is ch"cred to the Chamn Clark would T,r.m:.tcA v..,t
public at fifty cor.ts a bottle, and ia
recommended and sola bv all drnc'p-.-sLs.
Special agents. Harper House phar
ma'cy, l&tt St. and 2nd Ave.
Declares Wilson Will Be Swept
Into Office in Fall by the
HELP FROM REPUBLICANS
Jfraises Fipht Made by New Jersey
Governor Against Great
Baltimore. July 3. William J. Bryan
in a statement last night said that the
nomination of Woodrow Wilson on a
progressive platform meant an over
whelming victory for the democratic
ticket next fall.
I feel sure that the action of the
convention will appeal to the country,"
he said. "I had no choice among pro
gressive candidates, but included Gov
ernor Wilson in every list I made. His
action in coruing out strongly against
Mr. Parker for temporary chairman
was tho turning .point in his campaign.
The country Is progressive. Nearly
all of the democratie party and more
than half of the republican party are
"The paramount question before this
convention was whether we would take
Bides with the reactionaries and thus
encourage- the organization of a third
party and pivln to the third party the
hope of defeating the reactionaries
divided into two parties, this on the
one side, and on the other the nom
ination of a ticket that woald so ap
peal to the progressive element of the-
nation Us to make a third party im
EXPECTS AID OF REPUBLICANS.
"I am satisfied that with Mr. Wilson
running for president on the platform
w hich has been prepared there will be
few progressive republicans who will
not feel Justified in supporting the
democratic ticket. If I were to make
an estimate tonight I would say that
we ought to have not less than 2,000,'
000 majority of the popular vote and
enough of the (electoral vote to give
us an overwhelming majority in the
'The action of the convention in
adopting the anti Morgan-Ilyan-Bel
gressive but is bold enough to throw
I down tho gauntlet to the predatory In
k,r,,s(s u ( fortunate that Mr. Wil
son g nomination was made without
the aid of Mr. Murphy. It is no re
flection upon the many good men in
the New York delegation to say this
"From every standpoint the outlook
is hopiful. The only unpleasant thing
auout a political fight is that success
to one aspirant brings disappointment
to oth;rs. Men are onlv available
when they fit into conditions,
m m;ri si:n hoor.
.. (lt.(.i(U.(, two years age that
1ijd n(j f t iut() ,np on.iitiona as we
i then saw tin in, and I was not willing to
assume the responsibility of advocat
ip. ;iny particular progressive party
heca'ts- I preferred to trust the wis-
ijuin of the multitude and partly be
Bonu, emphatic action on the part of
incidents of the convention
;,avp en,hasi.ed the progress! veness
of oilr ,,.irty f)r more thaIt , had ex.
j pected that prugressiveness could be
emphasized and the convention has de
cided w ith rare unanimity, that Gover
nor Wilst n firs into the conditions
that the republican convention and
our convention have joined in creating.
i'iaii (mil will ;n;i.i" i M.irr.
"Knowing; what the platform is, I
feel that it w-ili help him in his light.
It 1.s needless to say that I am grati
fied to see our party raising; the banner
of progressive democracy aloft and
calling to the progressive forces of
the nation to j in in restoring the
lovcrrmet t to the hands of the people,
that it may be in truth a government
cf the people
by tho people, and
for the people.
"It has been a long convention,
but the results are worth the time.
The dawn is here iind progressive d?
mocracy will be the people's idllar of
cloud by 'lay."
Mr. Bryan beld an Informal levee
ln 1:s roo:ns steriay afternoon and
talks to riiiM ;:i ( IIOVS.
I.ate ysterday afternoon a party of
Princeton students marched to Mr.
Pryan's rooms and here gave free out
let to their ei thuslasm orc-r the nam
ing of the former head of Princeton
university for the democratic standard
Learer. Mr. Pryau was given a song
and chei r. There were cheers for Wil
son and for Bryan.
When some member of the crowd
cried that he had been for T'ndcrwood
' i'r. Pryaa addressed him 'personally!
'I Lad not special pleasure in on-
posing your plan. He is a splendid fel
determined to support any progressive
lau'.iuaies ana Liaiionn
I will gup-
- j port Mr. Wiiscn.'
Charles F. Murphy, chairman of the
Democratic Platform in Brief
Terms high republican tariff the principal catise of uneven
distribution of wealth. Favors tariff for revenue only. Con
demns Taft's veto of democratic tariff bills.
Holds republican party and its acts responsible for high cost
Promises that criminal provisions of the anti-trust law
shall be enforced.
Denounces usurpation of states' rights. Denies existence
of "twilight rone."
Urges income tax and direct
ments to the constitution upon
Recommends presidential primaries to the legislature of the
states, and directed than voluntarily for the democratic nom
ination. Demands publicity of campaign contributions.
Approves single term for the president.
Presents achievements of the democratic congress in out
Proposes larger navy and a national council of defense.
Denounces republican extravagance and calls for abolition
of useless offices.
Asks regulation of interstate railroads, express companies
and telegraph and telephone lines.
Opposes Aldrich central bank bill, but asks revision of cur
rency fcystem. t
Advocates establishment of system of rural credits.
Pledges protection of lower Mississippi valley from floods.
Provides protection to labor in these particulars: Abate
ment of injunction evil; unions not to be regarded as com
binations in restraint of trade; department of labor repre
sented in the president's cabinet; employes' compensation
Declares for liberal conservation and land law policy, open
ing of Alaska's mineral wealth to development and extension
of the work of the bureau of mines.
Encourages development of a modern system of agriculture.
Fosters growth of a merchant marine, without bounties or
Exempts American vessels from payment of Panama canal
Bars the Panama canal to ships owned by railroads com
peting with that waterway.
Puts merit and ability first in enforcement of civil service
Recognizes need of reform in administration of civil and
Calls for recognition of Philistine independence as soon as
'A is feasible, and territorial government for Alaska.
Commands abrogation of Russian treaty of 1832.
Renews declaration for generous pension policy.
Again demands a return to the rule of the people.
New York delegation, last night said:
"Governor Wilson demonstrated his
great strength in the convention. He
was entitled to the nomination in
such a manner as would remove all
doubt of his success. He is an able
man and a great democrat. He will
have the enthusiastic and loyal sup
port of the democracy of New York.
I am confident he will be elected pres
ident." AILEEN HEPPNER IS HELD;
SEARCHING FOR HENNING
Chicago, July 3. Hearing of the
charge against Miss Aileen Ileppner,
arrested yesterday accused of per
jury in ber testimony in the suit of
John C. Henning against Clarence S.
Funk, for alienation of the affections
of Mrs. Honning, was continued today
to July 9 at the request of the
state's attorney. Officers are search
ing for Henning, for whose arrest a
perjury warrant has been Issued.
STILL HUNTING BODIES
OF 3 BALLOON VICTIMS
Atlantic City, N. J., July 3.
Search for the bodies of Melvin Vani
aian, Frederick Elmer and Walter
GeBt, killed by a balloon explosion
yesterday, continued today. The
bodies of Calvin Vaniman and George
Pourtilllon, found yesterday, arc
still at the undertakers. Mrs. Meli
vin Vaniman is still prosertated as a
result of the disaster.
PROMOTIONS FOR MANY
OFFICERS IN U. S. NAVY
Washington, July 3. As a result
of a process of elimination applied by
the naval "plucking board" and sev-
THE "1900" GRAVITY WASHER
The easiest running washing machine on the market without excep
tion. Washes the finest fabrics without tearing. Different from all oth
ers. Absolutely guaranteed.
Allen. Mirers & Compaq?
election of senators amend-
en voluntary retirements Monday, a
number of promotions are announc
ed. Nino commanders become cap
talus, 15 lieutenant commanders be
come commanders, 18 lieutenants'
become lieutenant commanders and
1U lieutenants of the Junior grade
become senior lieutenants.
DEMOCRATS IN FAVOR OF
Aberdeen, S. D., July 3. Tho
South Dakota democratic convention
adjourned this morning after the
adoption of a platform declaring for
sweeping tariff reductions, a presi
dential primary, popular elect leu of
bunatora and the recall.
CHLOROFORMS WIFE AND
CHILD; THEN BURNS HOME
Blngharaptou, M. Y., July 3. The
coroner believes tho death of Emer
son Clark, big wlfo and five-year-old
child, whose bodies were found In tho
rulnu of their burned home at Harvard,
was caused by Clark. It Is believed he
chloroformed his wife and child, set
fire to the home and perished himself
in tho burning home. Tue family,
it is said, Ilvd unhappily together.
Negro Suspect Taken.
Sioux City, July 3. Charged with
tho murder of Joseph Moore's family
of six and two guib.s at Villlsca,
Iowa, Juno 10, Frank Robert, a ne
gro, is held by the Sioux City police.
Sheriff Jackson arrived today with a
warrant. Roberts claims he was in
Clarinda, Iowa, the night of tfce mur
der. He has lived In bluux City slneo