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IS, JAMES CITY,
J?MS1U KC. VA.? Special.?
raro' of $_l?u in waiting for tho
.m discovers the name of the
\\ A. S. Adams, formerly
maty, who was killed In
County the latter part of
"tnur.lcr took place toar
.1 Janus City county, but
>rk county line. Tb?- detail? are
? r regarding the affair, but
>unty of York ..tT.-r.-d a reward
i for tin- arias' of the mill
inn s City county did tho same.
u> r was reported to th.- Qov
t today h?- decided t.? make
? nal oil. r ,?r ?100 for tin? ar
ER IS PUT ON
TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE
?EVY YOItk. Special, ('rowing
laiion aasong __e4 Hide kiui^
will rtliall in tin? trial ol"
? Lieutenant ?.liarles llcekcr,
1er Indictment lor, the murder
llernum Ko*?eiil bal. being rush
by Justice Gofl in the crinii
liran? h of the Supreme Court,
?n the second ?lay's session
trial began there were evl
of hast?-, unknown In-fore
New York miirt?, which
i? lici-n notonioiis for tlielr
mess in lily; murder cases.
L_0 sitiiati?ui. which laces tin*
tliorities in the present case,
never before arisen here.
It was this sil nation which led
?tico t.oll to make the. 1111
inceinent that If the jury box
iot lilhtl by 5 o'? lock this after
he will hohl ni?bt sessions
?oiirt. Justice Go_ ami District
torney Whitman believe that
long as the lleckcr, case lasts,
ill its rc\clatioiis ami further
??hi?- exnosure of irraft and
ox s?-?ri-is, i ho Last Siile btimls,
?*?i_eln| clubs." with tlielr thii-s
i_R^imcn. will Ik* kept in a
^Wal stale ?it ferment.
'is feared that this lesUesa
niay culminate in an attack
ui witness?.?, or COUM ?if fi???i*?s
il perhaps upon tlie ?ourt room
?if. it is known that threats
?e been made? upon ihe lili? of
. \\ hitman, ami it was report?
?t ?la- opening of the conn
day that a death threat had
?ll re??-i*.e?l b\ Justice (?off.
IIOWCVSTT, thi- < oiihl not be eon
?incil. Il i- known, though, that
threat oi* death bas been re?
ived by Jack lios?., who, by
ralng State's evidence, went
to the prosrtevatlon.
Only one juror had been ?boson
the opening of tins morn
???ssion ?d* courl. although
y? aeren talesmen had been
.auiined b) District Attorney
liiiman and .lohn 1 . Mclntyrc,
ii??f counsel lor Berater.
When Becker entered coarl he
as aaked how he felt.
"l-'lno. Ane," cried lie? ker.
Heiler was asked for his opin
ol Harold Skinner, the lone
irur in tin- box at the opening of
ntrt. A look of satisiaetioii
mi?, into tin- aceaaed man's lace
? lu- repli???!:
"it i can get eleven other jurors
ke that tiist man I'll be ad right.
le is th?. type of man 1 want,
jury bos lill?-?I with liis kind
ibi satisfy me. The higher
tin- linn aiv the better, i win
Harnnrd Mea of Intelligence
readily understand the pol
ion"?\nto which i am forced' iuno
?ant ?lu-ii may lie easily footed by
lu* clever actwrork which I mi
Icrstand the ?listriet attorney is
-pared to weave arouml in?-."
i lu-re were --'? venlremen left
|mt of the lirst panel arhen th??
?\aiiiination ?if talesmen was re
.iiin? ?I today.
NCHBURB MAY SUPPLY
TOBACCO FOR THE NAVY
pi II*. GOVKKSMK!.T TO Uli? ?IN
..iHHi rut Nils OK CMa-WINQ
I^'.V-CHIiURG, VA.? Special.?The
?ker Tobacco Company <>f Lynch
"K. lias been asked hy the navy m
il tor a contract to supply 125,000
iuiu'.s of chewing tobacco for May
illvery. Tin- company will bid.
(?. M. Hooker, president, stated to
ty that tin- tobacco producers' cor
iratlon lias made no overtures I
ire tbe Hooker Company.
'EC1AL GUARD FOR
a_3rnor of Ilinois Will Protect
tan Charged With Murder?
ing His Relatives.
Q1TINCY, ILL. SpecUl^WiUi a
sp??e.al tiiiartl thrown around the
jail and a company of State militia
ln'hi in readl?esa to pr?>t??ct him
fnom poa_Me mob veaveaaee,
Ray l*fans< luiiltlt passed a sleep?
less night. He wan arrested yes
ter?lay as the slayer of Ms father,
mother, sister ami a school
teacher, boarding at their home.
The leclins? against the young
man, win? is a graduate of tlie
m University or Illinois, is high and
I talk ??f vhilem-e is heard on every
H^sidc. Governor Dcneeu has tele
kuplieil Captain \V. A. Ix>n&,
Hriniixiiaiuh'r of Company 1\ to
I vhohl hiiiiM'If in readiness to re?
port at on??-.
puts. BELMONT BUYS
POR WOMEN IN AUTOS
NEW YORK.? Special.?To reduce
the cost of living n-ir the consumer
regardltsss of the wealth or poverty
??;" the Individual, Mrs. o. H. P. Bel
mont Monday Inaugurated In her suf?
fragette headquarters at i:? and 1 r?
Kast Forty-first Street I sale of meat
and other supplies at wholesale rates,
Which will b?- maintained dally. The
woman who wishes to buy a saddle of
lamb or a side of beef, a pair or more
If chickens, the best creamery but?
in and eggs, selling at glltedge prices
"jWinTc, or even coffee and cocoa
1 t.i. may have her ?>r?i?r filled
p th?- marketing Is done for the
lunch room, which yesterday accom
bnodated more than too suffragettes
LiJio forty-eight men.
aYTlwy may carry their market bas?
kets to the headquarters and carry
home their supplies, knowing that
from two to four cents or more has
saved oil the pound. Th<? high?
est saving thus far is registered as ten
cents on tin* pound.
Belmont has been enabled to
do tins through the Increased facill
i Installed during the summer, when
isivo alterations were made In
home <>f her Political Equality
ssociatlon, among them being the
500 ICO box. Which is a big room
'ith divisions Tor nuats. for daily pro
s, vegetables, etc. Women in au?
tomobiles yesterday removed the bas?
kets filled with their orders and a
great many new orders were placed.
The tables for m?n in the suffra?
gette stronghold, placad in one of the
smaller rooms oil one of the two 1.:
dining halls, w.re ?established to sup?
ply a demand. The men wrote t?> I
Belmont telling her they could not
g?t seals at the lunch hour b?"causo
so many women came, ami asked her
to set aside a special corner for them.
Six tables to accommodate fifty-four
were the result, and during the rush
hour at 12:30 the forty-eight men
who surrounded them were gallant
? nough to afford space for some of
th?- waiting women.
"All these outside activities." said
Mrs. Helmont happily, "are a means
?>f inducing peopl?* to come hers.
When t> 'hey soon learn that
the whole place stands for suffrage.
???????I lunch?? may make converts as
well as anything ? il
THREE HIJNIJRED HURT
WATCHING A FIRE
DYNAMITE IS USED IX A BURNING
Bt ll.lHNt.?SUPPOSED TO BE
TAMPICO, MEX^- Special_
Three huadred i>?'rs??ns are snhTar
ing rnoiu Injuries ami l'orty-ll\c
mangle?! luidlos arc la tb?* morgue
us the result ?if an explosion of
?I v naiiiite in a storehouse* hen*
Of tb?* iiijuri'tl twenty will prob?
An investigation l>y tin* autbori
Uea I?*?! l?> tb<* ?lis?*4?\?*ry that tin*
?*\pl??*-i?m ?H<iirr<Hl during a lirt*
whi? h had evidently been ant by
.Many of tb?' killed ami injured
were spectalors attracted by tbt*
burning buihliiig. Suddenly, a
they press??l ?lose. Ilu-r?* ?rag ?
terrific dctoiiution Which shook
the earth ami s?-nt flying etmbern
f?ir ma?.y yartls thron:'h tb?' air.
lVrsons of revofulioiiary ??yiii
patbi?s art* suspected of having
lirctl the buihling and in some
manner <'xpi?Ki?*?i the iljnamll?
How l/uils Napoleon I :??'ap?*<l.
Jn dlSCUSSing the ??rigiii ol
Napoteon's nickname of "Badtnau
some details were given incidentally ?
his encape from the fortr?tse <>t' Ham
In northern France on May LT., 1S4?>.
Puller details are now available,
thanks t?> the researches of M. Thirria,
and In view <>t the eecape of Captain
laix they have a special interest at
th.- pr. sent moment,
it seems that the sole credit for the
escape must ii<* with Louis Napoleon
himself, lie made his valet, Thelin,
buy a black wig, some rouge, s cap
which was scrubbed with pumice
stone, and a pair of sabots. Then be
cut off his moustache, put on a blue
apron, a blue pair of trous, rs and a
Close fitting shirt of coarse stuff.
Some workmen rrying out
some repairs to that part of the for
tress where the prince lodged and
this gave color to his disguise, so much
so that th?- two watchmen enterb
no suspicions regarding the man who
walked past them ana out at the great
gate, s pipe in bis mouth and a plank
on bis shouhbr. The sergeant on duty
at the drawbridge was reading s lett? r
as he passed and took no notice of
him. It was then 5 o'clock in th?
Four tinos that day, th?' last lime
at 6 In the afternoon, oid the gover?
nor, Demarle, send for the prince
Bach time Dr. Conneau replied that
the prisoner could not s?-?- anybodj
because he had taken medicine. Wlun
at last the governor lost patience an?;
went himself to the prince's room am:
walked up lo the bed on Which th?
supposi ?1 Invalid was lying be discov
??re?i that a v?ry presentable dumm}
had taken the place of bonis Na?
poleon. The discovery was made tot
late. l'y that lime the fugitive wai
.... r tin- Belgian frontier.?La Journa
d?s 1 lebat B.
STARTED A PANIC
NEW LONDON. CONN. Special.?On
the arrival Of the steamer City of
Lowell at this porl early today a call
was tent for s squad ?>f police to sui>
due s ?erg? ant in charge <>t s squad of
sixty-seven United States army re?
cruits who were on their way to the
forts on Flsher'a Island and Plum
Island. The recruits came from Fort
The sergeant was drunk and created
? panic among tbe steamer's crew and
the recuits by flourishing s revolver
and thing at random. ?>n?' Of the bul
lets splintered the ??'iling of the cabin.
No arrests were made.
FIRES BULLET IN MOUTH
?NORFOLK, VA.? Special. Suffering
from tiintiorary mental depression, II
C. Napier, tirst sergeant Thirty-fifth
Regiment, ?.'oast Artillery, committed
BUtelde early y?ster?lay morning at
F??rt Monroe by tiring a bullet through
his mouth. Napier was found uncon?
scious by members ?>f his company
and ?li??i soon after he was rushed
to the hospital.
He had been In the service for
many yeara, and through strict at?
tention to duty and by hard work he
rose to the rank ?>f tirst sergeant of
his company. He was one of the most
popular men at the fort and was
highly thought of by officers of his
GOULD TO BECOME
Will- ABANDON AMEIUCA AS
Pl_k?CE OF 111;SID1_VCK?D?S
FOSED OF His PltoPKRTY.
A telegram from New York
quotes Frank J. Gould, chief owner
Of the Virginia Railway and Power
Company, as saying:
"1 intend to abandon America as a
residence and in futur?; shall make
my home in France.
"I liase disposed Of all my prop?
erty in America."
"I sol?! my New York home at 14
Fifth Avenue tWO years ago and ?aim?
that time have simply rented it.
'I am for Taft for President be?
cause I am Qppoeed to a third term,
because i feel that President Taft's
administration entities him to another
term and because ? change of admin?
istration would mean a change of
policy and renewed uncertainties, with
resultlnfc Injuries to business of all
FRANK C. ROSTOCK,
ANIMAL KING, DEAR
I.OMM?'.- 8?fHsal. Frank
C. Bostoek, tin? animal kind who
recently suffered a strok?? of pa?
ralysis, died here today.
Bontodl is well r??iii?*iiilx-r?-d In
Richmond, wliere he wintered his
animals a fen years ago. His show
was a feature of the winter.
Heard on th<? S!rc?-t.
a well known Richmond man and
Atlanta man were Walking up Main
street yesterday afternoon, and when
I they arrived at Ninth Street, the At?
lanta man looked up at the First Na?
tional Hank Building and asked what
building thai was. His friend replied:
"Really, i don't know, Tou see, I've
been out of tOWT) '"<>r 8 Week."
Moikp ?Cull--, til PallS ? hiir<-li.
FAI ?HS CHURCH, VA.? Special.?
nions.- rally will !>?? held in the Odd
Pel lows' nail lore Thursday evening:.
Amone tli?? speakers will bo Senator
i'. Clapp, Frank T Evans, notni
r Congress, and W. W. Wright.
LONDON.?Fighting along the Turk o-Bulggrian and Turko-Montenegrin
frontiers is being carried on in short skirmishes, according to dispatches r??
sin?e the pr?sentation by Greece, Servia, Bulgaria and Monte?
negro of an ultimatum demanding reforms in Macedonia. The Turkish
( abinet appointed Abdullah Pasha, an able and efficient soldier, as cora
mander-in-ehief of the Turkish forces in the Balkans. The Dardanelles are
closed against Greek ?shipment and li fty-two Greek vessels in Constantino?
ple have been rnnrmandod by trie Turkish navy on the ground that they m?-y
be needed as transports.
ELECTION IN DOUBT
I'ETEKSIil li(.'. Special. When
the i'?*?*oiiiu was conipleted about
filly ?'balb'iigi'?! ballots wert* wtth
drawn by the district <*??miiiiii?*<.
and will be pa*--<*?l uimui later.
Wbetber tin-*-?*, if thrown mit, will
?change th?* result ?>r the prltnarj
i> not known.
AiiKiidiii? a?s t?? C<mgrcasnian
TuriibiiU's ? liargi-s will Ik- bled t?>
morrow. Judge Wai-on will be
gi\?*n tuent) -finir hours to reply.
ii?'iK?s?tioi?s and aflhlavlta will
then Ik* taken?all in the prosotic?*
?.i opposing romiarl
Moiulay nfternoon at 1:30
o'clock iii<* district commltt?ee will
riaawmhln to hear t<e?Mimony ooa
cernlng all?*g?*?l irregularity ami
fiaiul. It has been matlo clear
that tb?- I(is?*r will appeal, and SO
that no time may lx* l??**t siat?*
Chairman EllysoU will be askotl to
call a in?'?'liiig of tb?* Siau* com?
mit toe for Tuesday.
Canal Lasts All Niirut.
PETERSBURG, VA., Oct. s.?This
morning, when th?. members of tiu
Democrat)?- District Committee, after
an all-night session devotee' to the
Turnbull-Wataon contest, went to their
homes day was breaking.
The session was Without result othei
than to tangle matters more than ever,
Every Indication was that after th?
distrk't committee got through with
it th?; State committee would be con
fronted with one ??? the ctoeeet fbj?ti
the Fourth Congressional District hai
produced in years.
Charges of irregularity and fraud
mad'e in his petition for the ranvat?
and recount of th?' votes BOW untit'i
way, by CongTenaman Turnbull, wer?
met with denials and countercharge*
by Judge Watson and his attorneys.
The district committee met ?bou
7:20 in the rathskeller of the Chester?
field Hotel and in less than half ar
hour, after a crowd packen into th?
I room, the committee went into eXCCU
five session, adjourning to a room or
the ?see??.???? ?Stfktffcfp
The cam;.ss of th?? returns from
?very precinct in tlu- diutrict by th<
certificates and the poll books laste?!
in executive session until nearly 1
o'clock this morning-. Completed. it
showed no change iu the vets from
that by which the district committee a
week aiio awarded the nomination to
Then the recount of the ballot was
demanded, and after argument by Mr.
K. P. Buford, of Lawrencevllle, for ad?
journment, that committee and ceunsel
might sleep, and after hearing Speaker
i;. B. Byrd, counsel for Judge watson,
oppose delay, the committee began the
I ?allots marked In ways other than
prescribed by the law were sel aside
In Amelia and Brunswick counties (the
first two completed) t?> be disposed of
Every Inch of the way was fought by
the attorneys. At ?>n?- time it app?
..! as though personal enocunter be?
tween Attorney lUifonl and J. T.
Thompson, <>f the dlstrtel committee,
would occur. Mr. Buford proponed that
the district committee decide on each
of the questioned ballots at once an?i
Dot wait until the end, when the ?
mitt..- nuci.t s?-?- how nearly the re
Isuit already decided was affected by
? the discarded ballot.?-.
The committee a?!Journed at i
?400 ARRESTED IN
I ANTrVICE CRUSADE
CHICAGO, II.I.. Siat-ini. Four
linndred arrest? were made li?*r??
last ni?lit and ?*nrly today in
raids in llu- anii-\ie?? crusade
win. li is hein:-. ??nri,i?*tl on by
State's Aitoinc*. Waymaa.
Warrants have been proeured
for iftj owners of property, al
legcd t*<? in? us?-?! lor dlsorderlj
In one of Ihe polie?? raids la-t
night Arthur, !.. larwell, Ihe Rev.
a?. II. <'haiu!h-r. Dr. Anna K. ltaiii'?
and Miss l.ucy POge GostOM, all
reformen and anli-vle?? workers.
narrow I j escaped betag locked up
by III?? ds?tS5i*tiveS win? did not
Tin- ?'??ok ??unity ??oiiiiiilssbniers
nave ainwopiloitd $.">.?)<mi for con?
tinuum?- of the ant ?-?.he war. and
Chief of INilici? McSvv?-?-ney ?ills
a*--.ur?*d Mr. \\ aunan ?if his
K ll'MM 0>D, VA.?SpeciHL?
"It i*> an Infamous li?\" IK'tec
i.\? .lohn 1\ Wiley dcchircd to?
day when asked i?y a Journal re
|xiit?r if lie car?*?! to reply to
??barg?** asada in Police Court to?
day by Attorney Douis O. Weu
|)et?'< tivo ?.onion 1*. Smith,
w lit? was idcntlfh'd with the >.
could mu be sean i>> The -foarnal
That members of the local ?b
tcctive bureau employed, t?i-*-i.
|Mr*>iitisl?o. tbi'ii brltH'ry, ami,
lastly, ?-?H-rcl.ti in their ??lions t?i
?. nvlel 1? K ?hi of f-rau- crime*
against joiuiu ;irl- was a ?hat-?
mad?* in I'oli??- C?iurt today by
l.oui- ? >. Wi'iulenburg. counsel for
Grace Kraninior. over fourt?-?'ii
years old. Whom Ivi?l?l is allcg?*<l
to iiuv?* atsscked, is salil by wen
ilcnburg to have been pat through
tb?' 4'Hiir?l dogreo" b> tin* ?lcl?'c
Th?* allegations of the attorney
arc the Outgrowth Of Ihn recent
A nilw?iiy-Me-?co??Cannon case. In
which J. J. Anthony anil Kimitctt
aanscoe w?*re couvkstod of taerloaa
crimes aga?i-t slxteen*>yaar-old
?.race Cannon and lined SliOO each
by Justtoe Cmu-hii? id.
in order to pncify the parents
?if Miss Cannon, Wcudcnburg al?
leges, an imaginary disastrous
automobile ride, in which Miss
Krummer was fnlaely repreeented
to hav?^ parii?i|>ate?i. whs eoii
Jared in the minds of the l'an
mm girl ami her two male com?
The detective? esnpJoyed tld* al
l?*g?*<I misrepresentation, so \V?en
denburg allied. t<> Induce the
Kraiumer girl to testify falsely
"'l'h?' ??Ulcer?, lire ssffrnid to sallow
them (<? In- ItroiiKht to ?-.?urt," be
?Mild, "lii'i'misi- lln-.v v-ill ix?*t oai the
a-tasad anil ,-\|ioi?e the iiielhixls ii?m-<1
Ii> ?he itolie?- to n?'t them to -wear
?* mi of this would have m tea
?l?*n?-> in ?vesskes the i-n?f of th?*
|iroM??etiiliin io the Kl?l?l atad An
ili??ii> eaawss in ll?-nrl?-<? <-??iuii>,
?Iiiti-, il !ii?i??-nr?. the Nltlte I- ?l?>
lerniineil Io -??-?-lire ?*???> lotion? at
nil lui/.nr?!?.." the attorney nil.leil.
\\ ?-nili-iiliurs; ?>l?i?*?-lr?l to farther
contint.*ui?-c ?<f the I'HHC.
?? vhnh I*, i-iinimer Im ready to ko on
Ihe .xiiiiul nnil -wear thnt Ktilil
noor JlsassCf d h*?r," Wenilenbttra
.In-lie?- < rut? htiehl ?liai not think
the ens?- -hoiil?! pr.x-e?*?! until the
ehssfWeai nmtlnMt KPIil kiiiI Vnthtiny
In Ihe county are ttl?po-e?l of.
Vtiiiu-t Mr. \\ en?l?-iihurir,*M nro
tesst, .liiKll.-e ? rut?-hn?-l?l ????,. 11 ?ni??l
the heiirlnu until October Slut.
Xever Heard of ??Ulm.'
WASHIN'CrTOX, D. C?9peci?;
???so. seeklrQfC cltlzen:
the District Supreme Court, told tin?
Judge he bad never heard of Th?-odorc
W . h lai
' a com
.il cauipHi.u fui
Witnesses ?lia ri
former Senat? ?r t hau?]
io!?l the Clapp o
day the detall
trih-iiU'd ?:i7,0OO t
ps_gg fund iiij
\\ ?-Hiver of a ?1
? en Huoaeatll and'
or the n-asiin," as*
??s. "that 1 never
su? h m <-onvei*saliou."
MacYcagh sai?l. h?
?e ha?! t??Id Welliver. Il
deuce, of a c<usvf*r:*atlou
II. Mi K. TworaMey and
Ilarriinan in which the lai
forme?! Tvvonabiey that
raising H rund for Itoosev
?v tohl tlio
? r be lia??
the $37.000 ho re?? i\c?l art
that it was thought liest
to relire from the sonnt? ?i
and that, if lie did this, lie*
be made ambassador to I>|
Depew declined to vvithtlra*
wbea, after 1. < ti?>u
.o?, he thanked Pr??
Iloot-cvclt for the t?%nd?-r
asked him whore he had
"1 was tohl." said the
"that if I withdrew from
atorial race you would s*
"It's a good thing yoi
withdraw,"' Rooaesell rr-pll
I lune ?millier man pick!
Depew th??n sa ill thaj
thought it would have lx?on|
pensiv?- jok?? on himself if
hist a ?banc?? of a s?*at in tH
ate f mir ss i aliases dl II ship]
h?* could not have obtained.
Got Ketnrnii World's & r
WISBX?QTOH. 1). C?Si
Arraagejusessts bave been mi
furnish the Senate cam pal jH
vcstigation oomntlttee rcj
from ihe world's ims?-hall
They are all rabid fans.
decided to com prom is?- <?n
ning by Inning twuu inst?j
adjourning from ? to i
aator Clapp called tin]
mittee t?i order at 10:07
adding that th?-r?* wonldj
osBStdon of Ihe Investijrntii
next Tuesday. No reason wi
for this action.
Wayne MacYeagh appet
c\|M-<?utily iliis morning.
promt??'?! an opportunit?
MaaVeagh was tin?
given by Imlh Welllvcr a|
S4-11 f?ir their version of
nboui the Rotisevelt-Moi
"1 li!i\<? no rt?c?dl??<-tic
lfas*fteagh "<?f ever b<*arj
io bold a n l?pj
?-niion. 1 ?rent ano ?
olle JS ;|1
m the oix-n and was sMtstl'
ble to anyone who wish
"During any visit you
him ?luring tin? fall of
you have m? V ?'?mverrsatl
him concerning am ?J
? ??ntrihutions?" eelced
Olapp when Mr. M.uV
the wltaeSB stood.
"He aeam mentioned
?tintributlons at any tlmj
Mr. Morgan knew that
nays been opposed
(??mtrlbutions. 1 1m?1U?i
iributions to Ih? <]??gratj
_iv?-r and to the i-?*?-eiv<
I Seem to stand alone
By ?*enator Clapp:
Q. Von made s?>in<?
iiu-nt following tin? p|
??omit of Mr. Kus*??-!!'?
A. I did. 1 sent a,
ing that Mr. Russell
nilstake and ?lenyingi
hlnaslfl in full. 1/
statement from Mi
ing that he was not
I. therefore, wrote
which I sal?, that
ha?i seen nt to di
with a doubt of mj
stmree of inform
gliing for Ids a]
the time of tin* vj
\?-r, tin? new si
<?nt vvlso first wi
Q. Did you
to txnne to **e?e| yi
A. I ?lid. I /wf
ever, that I
added tliat vvl.
only for his o*?
t?il?l the conun
I le veil their at
suit in "nuttJnj** sn
I think Is fatal' to
tnotawy," h? ".vas
man ?Clapp to tell of J
v>lilch he belle?. ?*d
for the Morgan s tod
Incident which he
lated to Wellive-r whl
?count for tin* Mor
bear-ay, and he ad<
througti two dead
44l was In the of
day in the latter
1004, on un en
drnt Cassait, of
??While tliere Mr.
ealknl to the telepl
returiM-d he told mi
been talking with
and that Mr. Hi
called to Washington
Roosev?elt and hat
Roosevelt very anvlo
sitiera hie a<ldittonal
for the campaign,
et ira nee?T
Htiosevrlt Wat I
and that all tb.
were only a waste ol'
added, *but I cannot
Harrhnan to !<**<* by his^
to nii>4* $240.<K>0.'
le< lai-4'?l war agalf
and ber army today adl
?Utomun ternlt?iry, w h?J
now going on.
This news wa
m '"??H4. >'
b*rge d'iffl Bl '.'