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?npllsb the sought by all resolutions inti on th? subject. Released "Without Heaitstic ? Wilsons telegram to sent to-day. was as follov?.s: regret that you shoul and under so l en misapprehension of I ?i haw- chOW IV? given >our r the form of an Inexcusabl? Inti ng on tl I you 1 ? ? take . ffecl at ' ??. me to acknowledge aith ? to-day me a full a count of the way in ? ? -? ? baa deal tli" V\ i ling In V nd transmitting the documenl ? Ith 'he two ca theli t case? I ami Impartial ment lUnct for wba fair .ml rlghl I sppi ? ? )??<> been ? not l satlon t" with the utmi ' your sac? ? will . >d to confer wll ! hop? thai - ?? a this "I am very ?lad ?ndcd that \o -on..; attention to tli and diiiccnt prosecution o >. which ' ..L . ? a .th you In re in? as ol npertance from ? 'i \ li a " Mr. McReynolds's Statement. .n Mi McRejnoids. > from Mr, w loa ?: ? in view "f the aomewhat heated ? by I'nited States Attorne) McNab on ay, June a, |n connection witr resignation and th? misa e \r.i Dtggs-Caml Western Fuel ? "Tl Jun* 22, and it was not until ? l had opportunity fully to seqt self w ith the c<>nt< nti of a confer with my assistant?, i ritl ' i I am Infi ? . litest that you examina i with partlculai imlnetti a ear ? a 'report made by 1 par! whl h foil ? i CsminetU, a nun man, about twi reara of age ment?, ai ipacity with the state ernment, in compao) with Lola N< and Maury 1 ' - mai: ? ? asm? age, residini ramento, in ompany with Ma1 ke Lola Noms i ii unman ' nine1 yeara of ag< (also tl the Ni ?sente (or Reno tria Southern Pacific in the early mornmj h M, ltd*. "On arrival u' |istere< the Riverside Hotel, I'ig?? undei name ol ? -ht and wife, of Angeles and Cammetti under th?- m of i'. I". Rosa and wife They rema! the:- ? onnecl room.?. The next day Dlgga who appt to have furnished all of th.- mom.,, ic-i ttage In the outskirts of the dt) f? rea: I at it( agi -ami le, i. ..- - provisa ? ? t to hoi keeping. Th*-y remained tin r. t"? th : ?-. ?hoi the) were taken i y Chief of Police Hlllhous?-. Reno, and Chief of t'o.;<.e William Jo amento, on a against thi mes for h string t1 . la*. Claims of the Prisoners. ? 7t ? ? vol? Sacramento. To Assist Attorney K. K. Atkinson, Unen to; William Johnson and thui D. Ryan, Ol the detective forie Sacrament", thi tti I the forego facts, but they all claimed that th-ir p pose was not an immoral one and tl P\ there had been no illicit carnal Int Ml tSttg ans "f theni on the tup %r after arrival at Reno. "It ;. g men clairr . -..., , i!. their marital relatloi to 1 and as their intimacy had becomo kno' in Sacramento Hnd as one of th? pap? ? to print a 'Si andalous ?tor they decided that it wouM I??? best tor . own. utry for a tin until th.- affair had 'blown over'; th aft?!- residing foi tht statutory pen lux months) required by th" N>\a law- thf-y would secure divi.i I marry these girls ? Tin Mrrogated al i a Mr. Atkinson, hut i i hau nt-vei been saythli that wai Improper, though there h: been much that was Imprudent, in th? ?\ith the young men. gome (Varrington'a clothea were found the room ??' Incps and some i wen- in ('aminetti ocn. "If UM ?tory of ths girls Is true, it Indeed an exceptional state of affairs. "Camlnettl is the s<.n of a State Sen. tor. and all of the four are prominent I the social Hfl . mento. A fro; d<ai "f publicity was given the efiJei I the friends of the wives, as wall ;i those of the two girls, were greatly ir ? -ed against the jrOUUg m'-n. "Inf'Tmations were filed against ?'ami retti and Iuggs chargtaS them with vio lating the white sia\e traffic act. Ther Wil. be a hearing h'-fore the United State Commissioner the latter part OfthlSWeel uni- extradition, am the matter will be presented to the gram Jury I"- th?- I'nited States attorney. wtM requesta the assistance of this office it Investigating thf matter, and, unlesi other?:*?* advised, 1 Will give the mattei attention. What McNab Reported. ' I '? May 1<> I wired Mr. McNab, direct lng- him to forward me a full report and take no further affirmative action In tne ? until further advised. In response, he wrote such a report, under date or May Si, and this reached me on the :'7tn. In this, which ?over? mom than a flogen typewritten pages, he details a version or the fact?, with hla Inferences therefrom, and expresaos the opinion that the .aso was aggravated and shoaid be vigorously prosecuted; also, ?hat there might be at? tempts to Interfere with the due course of Justice by Improper lrifluem ?-. I ?n the rame date (May J7) I replied by wire, saying " 'I think the proper cours- Is for you t r\ suar f ht. r a st*?n c. r\A rn-rtfr-s?/! var? t V-. ? s- - FRANCIS i HENEY. San Francisco lawyer who mav be. named to prosecute the Dig?? Caminetti "white slave" case for the government. ?as you heve planned, and you are so ui - ! The matter n<?edlng no further In ? , ? 0f m] th.- ? - lltlgatli j only one ol ? ? no? r of :.PlMU ;.f Which are COnStantl) hcmg : i my attentioi foi : ati-l it la utterly impoaslble for nie to carry in my memory the details of them all. ??I had no o i to give the n ? ' any furth< r sp< some threi >?? ' ? ? ?'' Wilson telephoned to in? and told me of pn bai -as -lient In whl< h he waa : t,v ? ? of tiie rider Caminettl, ? of "tie of the of abaenci In ord< r I I ? ' al of His son. The elder Caminetl ? know, i- the newlj appoint? ? Immlgratloi ?plained the exlgenclei of hia d< which, he thought, Imperatlvelj >?-> | the ? irre of th*- Commissioner. il* hat written me a letter atatlni recollection of the circumstancei and i heera Ith Inclose it. Ordered Postponement. "impressed ? B? reU '?' -ta-* rnint of his embarrassment, and desiring, of .-ourse, ?f possible, to relieve him without stopping '?. so through the flh-a and so refresh n ? re olleetion concerning any parti nt the 1'nlted Btati i Atl tu folio? lng ti I? ici am: " The B? cretarj of Labor ad a matter ?>f public Importance thai ? ? on?r of II min? '" r ma.; ? > do nol the government i poaltlon of In ? . - , ? ? and Disse, charged with violating whit? law, during enforced ? absent ?? oi I ? pi rfoi ming ec? - - ... ew of all tacts, yo e until the autumn ' "Th. postponement of a criminal <**? so receatl) instituted aa thia waa is not an unusual proceeding, and it did not occur to me that any malign mot! | wo.id pe attributed to ma if I had an? ticipated that .m fair-minded knowing the facts would pla conatructlon upon this ordinal afct I would have been scrupulousl) careful to avoid It. It la essential not only that th. administration of Justice shall be fre? from partialit) or improper Influence, bul that sven the appearance of such things shoild he avoided. I do not even hope to escape mistakes but i am profound!) conscious that my actions are free from unworthy trouves. "Mr IfcNab, as United states Attor? ney, held a position of peculiar tru-t and eonrldenre. demanding the utmost loyalty tO th>- department. Tf SI SU? h an oftVer should do, he had ?Milled hlm-elf of the opportunity to send a dispatch recalling my attention to the peculiar conditions which he thourht rendered the proposed action inadvisahle. as I had al? ways ?Heretofore don?. I should have ci\<n earnest consideration to his sug? gestion*, and with them before me could have ?(-ted with the local'condltlona fresh in my mlrid McNab Should Go. "Instead of pursuing thia maaifeetl ? proper .ourse he waited Until June S) and then published the s.-nsatlor.al telegrama wherein he Imputed base motives to me. His conduct has, of course, made it Ira peealble fir him to continue in th. prosecution of this case, however de? sirable that otherwise might ha\<- been. T'nder the drcumatances the only course open is to aeeapt his resignation. "I, therefor*, suggest an Immediate ron ferenre between us for the purpose Of se lactlng some ,-ounsel Whose aNHty, char acter mid reputation are ae high as to in? sure the proper ?ondi.et of th. caae, and that he h? | ,;t in immediate charge, With bwtructloni promptly snd rigorously to prosecute it to a conclusion. "Western Puei Company '"as* -This is an indictment against Bee directe? of th* Wienern Puel Company, charged with participating in a conspiracy to defraud the government on . oal drawback? It was found in February last. So far as I ran reeall, theie was BO occasion for me to give this rase any personal consideration until April ::<>. last. when I received a letter from Secretarv Lane nt which he inclosed one from Bid ney V. Smith, a defendant, without rec? ommendation Mr. Smith's letter sought to shew that the thing- cemptelnad of were flOM by others, that, although h-> nas a director, he was not a participanl In any criminal act, and that the case should be dismissed as to him. "I sent a <-*>p. of the s'inith letter to iMstriet Attornei MeNeb With a re? tient for his views < m Hey If he re? plied, giving a re-v lew of the eviflen- e and expressing the Mew that all fue of the di ' ahoold be proseeuted i thereupon sdt -? I I ? of mj coi curn led hin lo The:. .n Krane - either Smith o ? m ii\ er t ? Harr, will tiona tr? give l i and ? on Aftei ng all the facta Mi Hai luded the sil ..iti"ii v , firs' to pros? ? s who ?-ere ? ? ? . ? ? ? . could ? ?*e pr?s? ai -l den mine I I . .slop to me i ' ? ' ind In i the i.orm y lit? . ? -i poi ' ? ? eral ' mat 1er departmenl Bruce, Indict ? : you tre Instruct them until aitc- thi tria . ? r ol ; om| i .?i ? in '.nu ? i hal ? rt d in ' ' - | two dti imed Win !. McNab ? i : - : ? I am sun of opinion thai I ? mmended bj Mi Han In resp< i na spread broadcast by the Diet I ttton and ? - Diai ? ndei i .nd i think we ?hould heve sn Immi Secretary Wilson'? Statement. g* retan Wllaon' ? k Iter te ? leer?! McRi relsl to I ' aminettl i i ils i" --a* "in vl?w "f the published ttat?menl ? ibat Influence has been brougl upon you through the Secretar) oi l.abor to postpon? thi- trials In !li?- ln;^. I'am nettl case, i ibsir-- to state to rou ' it neither Commlsslonei General Camlnetti nor an; one i Isa i - QjtM I ' I . ? ? d to mo that i should aak you ? pone Hi- ir;al "Th.- In pai Im? M "f :..? but recent] i created II la In a foi m ? ? ?.it. ??: orga pro? vided fund payrm nt of thi ,,f ......i,-, a listanl BOlll ItOT, prl? lt< and . onfidi i' liai elerh t" ? ? nd privat? ae< retai r t" the A isli tant E n Funds ha-.-.- ri"t .t been provided f"i the clerical hi lp nei esaary for the proper organisation and operation of the ?b pai taw m. ' '"ns. , . ? . . person connected with th<- departmenl has b en working to hla ful1 capacity m sn effort to ko< p up with business. Thai is pai tlcularly true ?rith regard to the Imm! gratton ai : vi? Ai leavi ol ?bei n< ? st this time would seriousl) Impsli thi ? - "Before Mr Csmlnettl t""k thi ? Office he informed in. that it would b. n-essai > to ask for leave or absence |n order to b.- pn -? m st taw trial of hit son m "in thi mtddu "i June i.? again called m- attention le hla destn i"i leavi absence, i pointed out to him the dim? ciiiii?.- we bud to contend with, thai ths departmenl aaa In ? formative stage, that wc had large contracta for feeding the immigrants at Billa Island and Other porta of enti to consider and dispose of, that Hindu Immigration to the Pacific l via Hav ai Philippin? Becoming si acut? problem which ought t.. b worked out at SS larp. .1 da!. SS possible, thai allegatlona were continu? ous!} bomg made thai Ch?nese aera ha inn smuggled inti ? ? United Btatea In violation "f tin- Chines? exclusion law?, that iii. administration o/ the Immigra? tion laws generell] would require bis dose sppll soma tima to enable him to grasp th. details ,,f ti,, metboda ,-. d 1 thi d pai tmi nt In enforcing th< law. and that m view "i these conditions lit \<a.? haperatlve thai be ihot il remain hare for a considerable period in order that h- mlgbl a--i t In the ?"rk in this emergency and acqualnl himself with the i'i"bl. ms a 1 gad t" work oui That, then, when he we.u to the PactA Coast he would be in a position to Inspect the va? rious immigra!:"!) stations in g manner which would give beneficial results "i then 1 bed aim if it would not be Ibis for him to secure a postpone? ment of ids son's trial until the seal term of court, so that he could attend tue trial of Ms son and M th? ? ?"r"' mp inspe. t me Immigration aervloi on Ike ? |, - coa 'i- replied thai he did not whether a postponemeni could be obtained or not, and I stated t.. him that I would take the matt*t up with th*- il tomev Genere! and sah for a postpone t of th? 'so. with a view to i am - ln? , - ? niggeatlon I had mane it was pursuani to tl ? '?"" tha' ' ... you up on June 18th, staled the .- . ?i,.i asked ? ?h? pool . . . ,, ni. ? hi? h waa gi inted MNA?lEPEATSllTACK M ( citil iiiioil from llr?t |Ci*e. suboi n on of perjurj had bw n prac? tised and that if th" Cli ml tl"? ' l -1 ligga ontinued the ei Id? n< < i i., deatroj ? d and thai th" poa ? i of t he go\ ? mmenl t.u\ Ici a ould appear* d. H? waa Inform? d that thia office would be dir.-, tl) chai ged ? ith i 01 ruption If the i wen postponed With Indifference to the i Ighi il thia offi? ? and th" honor of the I lepertmeni of Jua( I? ? h< con? tinued the ? - mtll autumn "The Pn aid? nt annoum ? j thai the ii i t 11 - nt w ill be t ushed In hot-foot . d has;?- to try th? a? t.. hast? n non. a hen II was nn? cessai to make haste igo? It it was righl in Ma) to tell m? to proco? d it i- a tong in Jum to to tell H" to atop, ;t la now ? n i ?-a thai the i as? s must Immi dl "Inexcusable Delay." if Commissioner Caminettl can eh? i ri ull) h, sp.H ed n? he not i..- pared three ds - ago? if :? to non rush to immediate trial to vindicate ged ? ' ? to drive a United State? Attoroe) fr..m his offi? ?? foi nbjei ting to i on upl and isable de IS ne\ ?I Leon one of n pi Inclpl? If m r< algi office and tti" consequent rousing of public opinion ? mpliah th? re "n\ toting l h? m flag fendi against the laws of the coun? try, then I will f? ? ffoi t ? n in rain." Mr. M.-N'ai. resign . i not Attoi ne) m decree l have the Dig| . , ? ? . i ? ? I tor a long I" rlod. To ? ned a ? ontln I l his fused to those ?' Mr. McReyi from ih? the I ? horn the '? Get? Attitude Before Court. i. Howard, . 'i P .? i i "in i in ? Judge i .. an, In the L'nlti . "ourt, Mr M Nal addn islng I ? sed a Ith ? la ?-. blch All ;? n ? a ?thhhold fi "in ilia: ft? In this I am unab ? ?? ? wllh m superior, and ? ? m ? ? The two raen i was ordered to with? draw ft oui trial wer? ted b? t wo grand Jui and 1 '? ? I that it w ould be .. g< of Mienta and ref ISC t.. H\ otl ourl then mad. an o? di t n tting ? \. r until Jul) IS, Th- i'.?? m Can net .n ..f the new Commissioner ??encrai of im nd afeui I Digi foi mi i Btate architect, indi? led t.-i ?. i tMI ? ? nr for next Thursday, but they wen until Jul) 18 upon motion of Mr, Mc Nab. Twenty-three members of ihi federe] grand Jury which returned the original mdlctn i nxt the Western Puel directora drift?.I ? telegram to Presl denl Wilson t.. nlghl pro! sgalnsl "usurpation ,,f power by toe Attorn? <-? neral of tin- United Bteti -. Referring to mt< rpositlon for ? ? rectors, Robert \:rn<>' end Sidney v. Smith, the t- tin I An kttoi n< i ;? n? ral who , an thu ; d? "lue n.- n inn.... nt i an m th.- seme way declare them guilty, and Inevita? ble ' orruptlon and flagran! mi . tice I W ill I .suit." Mans women's clubs in various BSC? l.ollS of th. St.il" h.|\ " W II".I Pn -Id' lit Wilson asking him to retain McNab, in Ba? ram. nto < tounl i alon ? flfteen women's organisations sent telegrams to th.- I'i ".al,-ni GIRLS SEEN[UI\ICOI\ICERNED Secluded at Their Sacramento Homes Pending the Trial. l ' ? i . i ,| ' ??? 11 : -.i ,. , amento, ?'ai. .June :i ?gtciuded la their homes her.- awaltlas a summons to appear al Ban Pranciaco as Mitra sgalnsl Drew Caminettl and Maur) I DlggS, Martha Wa rrlngt-.n ,,nd I,,,!,, Norris, the high school giiis who eloped with the young men In March, seem ut ti" concerned over the latest develop ments in the The f..in young people have not met sinos t?a parted upon their arrival here calmly and without ati\ abow or smo iion. although the conversation of Cami ii-tti and Miss Norria in tail al Reno had been punctuated by kisses and endearing tere - Caminetii u at present In Bacramento awaiting the eaffing of his ease and mak? ing every effort puealbia te effect a ree. enettletion with his family, hi? wife and ihilmui an at SOf fath'rs home, at Jackson, Amador County. The > nungest chill was six weeks old at Ihn lime of the elopement. Diggs has rejoined his wife and chil? dren at Herk? I??> $3,000 ?MES MADE SUBJECT 10 IDE I? Senate Finance Committee De? cides $4,000 Exemption in House Bill Is Too High. OTHER IMPORTANT CHANGES Administrative Sections of the Tariff Measure Amended in Many Cases and Drastic Provisions Dropped. i rom : i.- ? aa I Washington, .lune M.?'Marked changea In thi ' I fee tun i of the proposed In? come tax law si drafted and approved bj the House have been tentai agi.I upon i". the ma orltj members of the Senate Finance Committee and ?rill be presented to tiio Democratic caucus The amendments Include a provision foi the reduction of the exemption limit t" 1X000, with an additional exemption in thi a dependent busband or wife or children modification "t the pre? vi Ion relaUng to mutual Insurance com? panli ?? ? lined i" policyholdera aa dividends oi appUed to thi i of premium chargi exempte,i, and .. prevision Including In the ssempted 'lass municipality . boarda "f tradea and other organisations not 1 ? it bul for the promotion of so , ? ? fare Th. sal sm< ndmeni win exempl from the t..* th? Im on* rived by thi ' f New 1 * from the operation of thi I ? I lbs In numi othi Inatai ? t he ' ollec? ? ? ? v "n i .? m. ; u made t iks It a buslm I all even penal? ties foi those who do not comply with I of the bill are ricsll; t.. profits i fi om parti ei hint Bpsic Income Tax. Section. ? i sill providing .reduction of l limit ? ? Ised by the I com? mine. b. dedui ted from th? f th" provided ? ?? ? im of < ... . tional ng the . married man with i ? I Inc with him and being - ? self noi t ixsbte under ti ? " : iking the return ? '-man with a husband lit - t h< r aid r the In? : this -, 1". b"th a ' mal g the return shall be i married man or a shall be an additional exemption ' ? nor ? hlld living ? I ? , , . . ? ? ? ? pai<"?' In th? ? I that the tota! di d r' H ni "f children shall apply to a widow "r a widower a th a min >r and . "i . btldren i rovldi d, b >th parei I . I ...... . | . . . ? rei;,. f"r shall not Spg I I I either." The . ommiitee amendment which ex ??i the cperaj tea law ? - be derived from the operation of ?I pro? ? ? ra of ? r mu?id? palltU r a thei political sub-di-, ? ?f a atate, not orgai ted for profit, no part i " Income of w hi.h Im enefll of the private ?tockholder or Individual; nor to any clvle league or organisation nol ' mlt v.i- for the promotion of ?oi Isi welt ? Inquisitorial Features Dropped. administrative i I ihe tariff bin have also hem radically ehanged by the Finance Committee Some ..f ?he pro? ? the ibais.- n ? uch as the Itorlal feature? bar? been lopped ..ff and Importanl provisions, su. h substitute for thi maximum and minimum . of the presen! law. I" be used a? a aeapon sgalnsl countries discrimin?t? ina agsinal American products have been added Numerous minor changea have rI-o been made in the paragraph which are slloa ed t.. n nun s ibstsnttsll '? ? h\ the House As it win i"- presented to the caueua the bill will earr] the following Impor? tai t ...MM ??! A reciprocal provision added to Para? graph a. Section i. authorising the i ? dent i" Ra other rates than those provided b> the inii against products of the United States The specified products on which ths rat. ma) be changed by ? i itlve proclamation are fish, ooffee. te.i earthenware, lemons cheese, win ? mall li'piors. knitted aoods. silk dn and goods, lac.* and embroideries, toys, l?welry and prectoua and aeml-precioua ?tones, tugar, molasses, wool and vsgi table "ils Th.- higher rates which may be Imposed by ti"- Prealdeat In caaes "f discrimination are limited ami vary in the cam of ?ach article, a provision piohihiiina the Importation o| goods wares, sit?eles and merchan? dise manufactured by children under fourteen year? "i ?<*<. a* provided In an I amendment offered by Senator Borah The problMtory provlaton of ih<- Hou ? applied "ni1- to convict labor. a provlalon for the establlsbmsnt of a i'.int commission of ^v.n members, three from th? S. nal. and fOUl from the HoiiHe, t.. lavesttgate and report un th.. revenu? administration law? of the United States i..r thi purpose si revision and codifica? tion. The Inquisitorial provisions of me Mouse bin. subjecting foreign ?xportera i?> c?r? tel" requirement relating mihe exam? ination of books, haw b? .-n Stricken oUt os the ground that they would hamper Importation. Drastic Provisions Tempered. la - "in. cates the provisions relating te th? administration of the nustbsa? law are made less drastic The forfeiture pro. Vision? which the HoUSa mud.- to gap.) Ul -r entire shipment. If anv of the ,-ir ''? ?'?? BeeassasnaJ It were undervalued, la SNIFF THEIR WAY TO BOOTY Sleuths on Trail of Stolen Cheese Sift Aromas, Then Nose Their Way Aright. Perhaps Mayor Oeynor never tobl Com? missioner WaldO it might he well for his detectives to simply "follow their noses" when tracking crim?nala, but the detec? tives nevertheless know the Old adage. What UJ more, they are well versed in Its application ft was by just auch meana that the mystery surrounding th? dlaap pearanc? of Pascuala Campiglla's Roman cheese was unravelled and th" odorifi property returned to it? owner. Camplgtta has a atore al f?o. M Ma dougaJ street R? ??? nth/ the velue of his stock was enhanced b an Importation of choice Roman cheese Each piece weighed about six pound.-, and had an odor O? Us own. Combined, the aroma was not to be confined, and it was wafted to the walks ol Mscdougal atret t Hence It was thai some one learned of th" pn M ' ? of C imp glla i cb ase, an<i j ; baturday msht six ptacee, worth |f0, Pesquale ?o?d the police of the Macfjouirsj Street station, were stolen. Detective Bottle, Murray and Conroy hastened to take up the SCOnt and tra. k down the thief. The detectives stood in the hack room until the characteristics of the ungtolen cheees had become thoroughly familiar ??pd know it anywhere," ?aid Bottle. ??!.. t'a R't busy." For three days the deteetive* sniffM about the Italian quarter of ?;reenW|ri) Village There la a . heese, tn(1 although the odors of many branda w*r? borne to them, none smacked of the r?. man variety. Yesterday afternoon the ? I- t""tives were strolling along gu|. Ilvan stieet. Suddenly Murray halt?*). "Cid you hear I mean, did you im(|j aped. Bottle and Conroy had into th? hall, way of No. Hi they dashed. Tkew SSsBj led them straight to the plunder. The surrounded it. subdued it, amotharei it i.nd bore it In triumph to the MeDasgaj street nation. With them th?\ took itank .\. Cro? Itl ; reessag I Re nee ar. ralgned In the Jefferson Market court aw held In 11,600 ball made to apply only to the articles iindei valued. Ti?" additional duty of I sent t" be levied on each i per cent of appraised valus over tin ? alue is no! made applicable bj the Senate i i ?? .? !?? i - by .'> !?? '.ni in defining the manner of ar ii\ Ing at ; uket value of . Imported into the Hi thi Ben? ate i omn Itti t ' for ? <'ir- ppeal are given con? current jurisdiction with tee i'nited B( Court Of t'ustoma Appeals, through an other |T"\ Isiona put li - it? com? mltti ? Involving mor.- than 5 i Senate Dem?crata m caucus on the bill spent i .-. and auger. mon? I . ? . ? to te "il both CHICAGO BANS POISONS Frequent Suicides Lead Alder. men to Restrict Sales. ' . ?? .1 Aroused Lv nrwu'i ally fn nd accidental death. B I of AMersscg hts ? I the htMith r0m. to draft an ordinan the pi . ?ale of d. adl) dru**, a 'This.- DOlSOnS may bo purchased j, ish drops,' asserted Aleonase Llssl? Blvermsn gave up her ? victim of a poison taktr. ?rally for whi< h no antidota !s known, and which may b? bought bv any oi Is, ? any, a> lo f'.r her death because of Its ba kwardness In providing an or-iinane? ? ? ? thout a ription " CLOSING HOIRS: 5 P.M. *P Saturdays, Soon. Charge customers may take advantage of present sales?bills for purchases made now will not be rendered until August 1st. The- mo?t complete ?tock of Women's high-grade Outer apparel in America are to be found here no\s?fresh, beautiful garments in ultra-fashionable Mid-Summer styles, made up from reserve stocks of newest imported materi? als, and offered at prices averaging half actual values, I oday we feature these new groups? Elaborate Summer Gowns?Ahanoo* and evening s'\les. indu-ling original Paris mode!.?; and new styles derived from Isle importations. Formerly $95 to $1*25? di 0$ Charming Bridge and Dance Frocks of sikctt id lace, in all shades. Formerly $75 to $95? rft JJ Ion anc Afternoon and Shore Frocks of sorge, aft, linen, voile and crep". Fonnerly $45 to $65? t?. 2\ Porch and Evening If raps oc silk and chiffon, in all the newest fashionable a?ades. Formerly 55 5 to $75?tit J5 Silk Costume Suits, Half Price The newest creations of Paqum. Poiict, (allot and Premet?ultra tryvsh modes for garden parties, afternoon calling, "bridge and oih-r dYeSf o< i estons. The three-piece effects WOTS without the i oat make tharming coftumes. Of moire fail!?, broche and nch corded silks; black and fashionable ibj TWO-Piece Said' -formerly $65 to %\$1s?at$32.50tO$7S Three-Piece Suits-lanue?i $150 to $3QQ-at$75 to$IjO fifth Avenue, M\i & 47tb Streets To Reduce the High Cost of Living. NATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY Owned, controlled and operated by the people ot the United States, and for their benefit only. It i* the duty of the public lo support Tl perathre Com pany? Because it provides a direct and effective way to reduce the high cos' of food products. .-i-, under the present method of frequent handling and exeessiv? added profits the cos? of foodstuffs. ? r ? ? 111 the ground up. >n which they ar* grown to the ultimate ? onsun i it is estimated, is more than the entire firsi cost of production with the freight rates added. Because these various excessive costs and profits m.ike tlie prices ot nearly all sorts of footstuffs exorbitant Because the facts prove thai bj hi n tl direct.] ' tin farm or factory to the home of the consumer, the prices of meats, veje taDles and fruits, teas and coffees can be materially reduced. This is the people's company. It is your duty to help reduce the high cost of living by subscribing to the shores and becoming a partner in the com? pany, therenj giving il youi financial .1- ?ell aa your moral support. \ portion of the authorired lto< niable for V ,v Vork sub scription Sharea are offeied al Ten ($1(1) Dollars each, fully paid and sse> ibli Subscription for rtock should be lenl r th? head I THE NA? TIONAL CO-OPERATIVE: COMPANY, VVoolworth Building, 233 Hroad? way, N-w York City, X. Y . I>\ Check, by Postal Mone) Order, or bs Expr*-* Mone) Order, mad? payable to order ol The National Co-operative Cuinfi-V1 Write name in full very plainly; al o addri WILLIAM WALLACE bRAUER, Pre.. W. D. CRAVEN, Sec.snd Ite? _Write or call for further particulars. _? l?WISca?oNGEfl Housefurnishing Warerooms Cooking Utensils and moulds of ever) de cription, Cutlery, Earthenwar? Kitchen snd Laundn Furniture, Brushes, House Cleaning Materials an<i Polishes. Carpel Sweeper-, Vacuum Clesners, etc., etc Pat*?* irr a?? atort l!l-,! are --.init.ii \. efficient and economical; Glass Lined, i\erngeraiors Meu| Uned vitrified Sted Il[1((I HAMMOCKS, LAWN UMBRELLAS, TABLES AND SEATS. rvsjrser] and S ?< '?* Room Requisites. Fine Cut G'aas, China and Art-Metal Goods in extensive vsrietj,.suitable for Wedding snd Holiday Gift*. 45th Street and Sixth Avenue.