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KiIs Son-in-Law After Family Row in-law, Sam P. Hutcheson, at Coulter.
Chattanooga, Tenn., July 7.--Ernest ville, early tonight with the top of -i
U. Camp, a boilermaker of this city, head almost entirely blown off an
was found in the yard of his father- survived only a few moments after
discovery. it was said at the countY
No Worms in a Heathy Child Jail here later, that utcheson, who
All children troubled with Worms have a US. is a deputy sheriff, telephoned tha
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood. and a
rule. there Is mrore or loese stomc dio adkile Cm drig frni
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIQ given reda- quarrel and that ie would come t
Early for two or three weekswill arich the blood.
Imparove thedigesio, andactes ageneraigtramgth. the city, and surrender tomorrow
enin Tool to the whol system. Naturewilithen morning. lowever, Sheriff Bush late
tdrow offItr dwsad the worms. and theChwdd wilabs
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TRUCE DEOLARED BY
ENGLAND AND IRELAND
Agreement Beached for Hostilitles in
Ireland to Cease Monday Noon. Pro.
parations Under Way.
London, July 8.-A truce has been
declared (between h~ngland and Ire
land. It will take effect at noon on
Monday, next. 'Preparations are al
ready under way to end the hostili
ties -between the crown forces and
those actively engaged in the i1rish
'Developments leading to the truce
were divided between London and
Dublin. In Dublin, lanionn de Val
era, Irish Republican leader, and his
National associates, renewed their
conference with the southern Union
ists. EHarl Midleton, a t'nIonist who
recently conferred with the British
prline minister, read a letter from
Mrs. 'Lloyd George to the effect that
hostilities must cease if negotiations
lookin' to peace were to succeed
Gencral Sir Nevil MacReady, Brit
ish military commander in Ireland,
apipeared at the de V'alera cOnfer
ele(, and it was not many hours later
that the announcement was made at
the prime minister's oflicial residence
il LAlodoIn, that in accordance with
the premiiier's offer and \Ir. dt Val
era's reply, arrangements were going
forward for the cessation of hostili
lies from .\londay noon.
The king of EIngland has been a
le:din figire in the developmen.ts
Ip to tle present, -while Gen. Sinmuits,
tilie South Africa n ;prenier. has acted
as ihe pivot on whic'h the peace
ttovemtenti has t urnedi. Tlhere i s huope
in London. and in ,Duhlin. too. that
pieact muist come out. of the forces
which are nlow engt"aged inl seeking a
EIen ts movedi swiftly today both in
Londoti ain I)blin. Not only has
Mr. do \'alera contrarv to the gen
eral xpc tation, con senteI to come
to l aonidlon to disCtiss witl M.\r. ILloyd
(eorge the basis on which settlement
of the Irish Iitestiot in igit e roach
eil by tle pri ime miiister's proposen(
Ioidon conference, but a truci'e hias
been arranged to begin at noon Mon
This has give reasonable assur
ance that tl originiIl conference. to
which the priimeminister i nviterI tle
I rhli Repuobilean leader and Sir!
James Cra ig, the iistr premiler, will
The day starteI hopefully wv ithi the
king s Iton Iig the t'lteor Irem iet
to a confeece at Buckingham 'pal
ace. This, following upon the king's
coitferencO yesterday with General
Jan Christian Smtits, the South Af
rican Premier, is an indication of the
intense interest the -king is taking in
the Irish probliem, and, altholigh
under the traditions of tle British
constittition, the king has no real
voice in the diri'ection of government
affairs, that does not iprevent his ex
ercising great infltience in tie policy
of the country.
General Simutits is going to Chequers
'f'ott toIi sptend the .week-end, to
gether' with the other premiers of thte
Overseas dontinions, wvith Mir. Iloyai
George. Gener'al SmutIs evidlently ia
lie infliteonce in thle ntegotiatlions, per'
tia ;s somet01hintg iiore thatnmere in
11)2ence, for, lackI ig is activ~e aid, it
is ha rdly concei vable that ('vents
('otuld havye priogressed as rapidly as
they did today, attd the tact that the
piritme minister has not stood up~ont
the dil'ntity Of htis ofllce, butt seem
1ingly is willing toi discutss with Mr*.
de Valora the basis for a general con
ference is con sidered fullI of hotte
'FThe pii lpal eventts of thiis Iim por
tant (lay, however', or trredi not int
J(lodon, bitt in Duiblin, anid Ithe most
sitrik ing was t he sensationtal apipear
ance of General Sitr Nevil MacReady,
thei ilitary 'omm iatnderi in Irteland,
at the conference of 10amonn deo
V'al era and( leadling southern Union
ista, atfter htis aide-dle-cam p ha~d beent
sent it adlvance, priesuimably to ascer
tain whtethier' his partici pationi woutld
G;teeral Maelteady's aiipearanc(e
and lonig stay at thle confefrenice cleat'
iy hado tq do with Mr'. Lloydi Geo~rge's
letter' to t-ar'l Midletont, one of the
confer'ees, in which the 'prime mtin
"T'[he gover'nmeint futllhy realizes it
would. be 1impiossib1le t) conduhict ne
gotilations5I wtht anty hope of achliev
lng satisfactor'y retsulits if there is
bloodlshed an11d violence in I rel and. It
wouhli disturbii the atmitospihere and
miak" th' attainmetint of peace0 dhifil..
"As soon~t ats w'2 heatr ..\i t, de Vaiera
i' priep~arid to entert itnto coinfer'ence
with the lIritishi governmtienit aind to
'gIve Iistriui(tionis to those0 un der' his
conttrol to ('ease all1 acts of violence,
we shotild giveo inst ructioits to thle
t roopis an po1 itlice to) suisletnd actIve
opertat ions against those who areo en
gaged in th is uinfortunmate confict.''
General MacReady's pr'esence at
the conference has additional signifi
cance becdause it has been stated that
the "mlitrist par'ty" in .Ireoland has
-been afr'onglv orynoning poen nogo
tiations and any Idea of a truce.
No report of the 'proceedings of
Mr. do Valera's conference with the
southern Unionists has yet been Is
sued, but it Is believed that the prin
cipal topic discussed was a truce and
that Eamonn Duggan, a Sinn Fein
member of parliament who was re
leased from Mount Joy prison only
a few days aigo, acted as intermediary
between the conference and the Sinn
Opinion still inclines to the idea
that General Smuts, owing to the im
portant (part he has taken in the pre
limuinary negotiations, will be the
first chairman of the London confer
ence, even If Mr. 'Lloyd George pre
sides during the later stages, as
would be alnost inevitable if constI
tutional questions were under discus
Anotber matter that has been
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of the visit of the secretary of war,
Sir Laming Worthington4lt'vans, to
the king yesterday, was the possibil
Ity that the military evacuation of
Ireland is under consIderation. This,
it is recalled, has been advocated by
manly Iprolinent statesmen, including
V iscounat Grey, former secretary for
foreign affairs. In view of Gencral
Maelteady's attendance at the )ubIlin
conference it is believeI not im1possi
ble' that steh development is actually
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