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Nominated N NominatedTRenublican oDli nated for Congress on onRepublican onlepnblican
Republican Ticket TicketBLAIR TicketBLAiR TicketBLAIR
Wins ins Throe Counties but Loses LosesiHeawly Losese
r iHeawly R e a vii1y ilY in Frederick FrederickJ
J J1 1Pno Eno n01l IUiyt Rn Jr Dexuo Dem Deme3crat crnt Hens HensStrong R1nsl RtnsStrong
Strong In Prince George County CountyAgainst CountTAgnlnt Count T TAgainst
Against Thomas parran While in inBaltimore Innnltlmore inBaltimore
Baltimore City Clt Charles iN W v Main I IXamcd INamed Is IsNamed
Named on Republican LineupRopreaentative Ilnoup IlnoupRop IlnoupRoprC8cntat1Ve Rep Representative ¬
resentative Fcarro Unable to Vote VoteBralnard VoteBralnard ote oteBrainard
Bralnard H IIWnmerjr Warner Jr of Montgomery Montgom Montgomery ontgom ontgomfJry ¬
ery ery County was nominated Romln tod for Congress Congresson ConcP
on the Republican ticket in the Sixth SixthMaryland SixthlarylalW SixthMaryland
Maryland fliatrtet 4l trlet primaries yastarday yastardayHo y01itordayHo UtMdayBOCAtrled
Ho BOCAtrled carried only Frederick Comity Cou 1iY but buthlg butble buthis
his total majority was 456 Gist Blairwas Z Blair Jjtatlrwtl8 lttlr lttlrwas
was successful in Allegany Garrctt and andMontgomery andunQOIIIory andMontgomery
Montgomery counties while Alexander AlexanderHagasr AlexanderHsgnsr Alcxan r rBasur
Hagasr tarried rrled Washington County The TheofBeJal TheomeI1 Theomdal
ofBeJal scwres follow followOnuHw tollowoa followCeeariea
OnuHw BlaIr Wanter 1ian Vmcr cr liigoer liigoerAlfcutny na BagoerAllegnr cr crAI
Alfcutny AI Ifo n 1195 u To TOT 941 941Wredmrk 3U9H 314Ifredeick
Wredmrk MS I9M 1 1 M MCtarrm SIGtarn luthrrrtt
Ctarrm Gtarn > tt Ml 1 3e8 8 a aMnntfnmwr 61 61lootl1ffJ 61dk
dk Mnntfnmwr dgimery Lets 1JWV till Hi HiV5htnroo 461Pahinstoo
V5htnroo V shtmton shtmtonTOUU OO c m leG leGTotala saGTbtb
TOUU 46 6 uQt w xsa xsaThe 1 1The l l lThe
The nominees as t ft tie e result It of of the Ut new newprimary ne neprlmar newprimary
primary law la are areFirst areFirat areFirst
First district dletrlotA A Lincoln Dryden of ofSomerset otSomeraet ofSomerset
Somerset County Rep Rep J Hero Cov Coviogton COYIQCton CovIuton
iogton of Talbot County Dem renoml renomlnotod renomlnot renominoted
noted notodSeaoml not notedSeatirta 00
Seaoml Seatirta dtetrlctWllUam B Baker of ofHarrenl otHariord atHarfbnl
Harrenl Hariord County Rep tf L Fred Fr C Tal Talbott TRIboU Talbott
bott of Baltimore County CDemO renom renominatea renomInato renominated
inatea inateaThird InatoThlrtI inatedThird
Third district dliltrJctChArIe dIatrletChat Chailaa W Ulaln of ofBaltimore otalUIIICln ofBaltimore
Baltimore city cit7Rft1 ci Rap Goorga Ivonlg ICo of ofDftUJmoro otD ofBeltimsoro
DftUJmoro D ttnlOrG City Dam DamFourth D DomFourth m mFowth
Fourth clltnotAcklbon district AiMlson H B Mulimitt of ofBaltimore orBalUmoe ofBelttmorst
Baltimore City Rep J Charles LinthJ Ltnthicam LinthJcura LlDthlC1m
cam of Baltimore City Dom CDemFifth tDomPltUt DomFifth
Fifth district dllMrletThoma Thomas Parran of Cal Calvsct CalVlIt Calvert
vsct Ceuoty Hop J Snos Ray jr of ofPrince orPrlnee ofPrince
Prince George County 1em 1emSulk Dem DemSixth DemSixth
Sixth dlstrtetBrainard H Warner Jr Jrof jror Jrof
of Montgomery County Rep Rep R p > David J JLewis JJew J JLewis
Lewis of Garrett County Dam DemBlair DamBlair m mnlnlr
Blair In Montgomery MontgomerySpraU tlontgomel7SpeoqW MontgomerySpeaiti
SpraU te TIle WuUB Wasbtaglea tm lfenblReckThle HessM HessMRsckTIIle BenIdR
RsckTIIle R ckftlle aid d Aug 3 3OGlst Glst Blair car carried carrlcdMuntgomeo carrled ¬
ried rlcdMuntgomeo Montgomery County In todays Re Republican RepubIlClUl Republlcan ¬
publican primaries by a majority of 158 153over 158ovol 158over
over ovol B inwd H 1L Warner jr for theS1x the theStotic thestt
stt Stotic t 3nd land JMl lS Rraeslonal gr8 lonal nsnlna nsnlnattori nelnatlo1 neaelnatiori
ttori his total vote ote being 12W < to 806 Al Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
exander Hagner tho third aandldato re received rc rccllived recelved ¬
ceived but 46 4 votes in the thc tll ounti 8Oun1Blalr Bounty BountyBlair ountiBlair
Blair carried Laytongville Layton vnIo both pre precincts proalnm precincts ¬
cincts of Rookvllle RookvJ1le Bothosda both pro proolncts pre preolncts proolncts
olncts of Olney Olne Galthorsburg Tamas Tamascus Ta Taous Tarnasaus
cus and tho second proclnct Warner Warnerwas Warnerwas Warnerwas
was sucessful in Clarkosburg Poolos Poolosvllle Poolosville
vllle 1110 Coloville Darnstown Darns town Potomac Potomac and andthe andthe andthe
the FIrst First proclnot of Whoaton WhoatonIn WheatonIn WhoatonIn >
In the Democratic primaries David J JLewis rlewls Jhowls
Lewis of Garrott County carried the thecounty thecount theCounty
county count by a majority of 000 over H Dor Dortoy Doroy Dorsey
toy oy Btohison tho only other candidate candidateHis candldtLteHla candidateHis
His total vote was about bout 1100
Carries Allcfrnny Too TooCumberland TooCumberland TooCumberland
Cumberland Md Aug 30 aoCompleto aoCompletoreturns 30Completereturns Complete Completereturns
returns from Allegany County give Blair Blair32S Blair32iS
32S majority The vote was Blair 11J6 11J6LewI 11J5Iewl 11 11Lewis
LewI Lewis 1071 107 Warner 7S7 Hagner SIS SISEtchlaon 35Etehbon 3114Etehlaoa
Etchlaon 147 147About 147About 147About
About onefourth of the voto of the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county was polled Former State Senator SenatorDavid Senatorf SenatorDavid
f David J Lewis is much pleased over his hisContinued h hisContinued s sContlnuetl
Continued on Page 10 Column 7 7WRECK 7WRECK 7 7WRECK
Sympathizers Hurl Dynamite in the theColumbus theColumbus theColumbus
Columbus Strike StrikeColumbus StrikeColumbus
Columbus Ohio Ang 80 300no One of the themost themost
most serious dynamite explosions of the thestrike thestriko thestrike
strike occurred at Main street and Grant Grantavenue Grantavorrue Grantavenue
avenue at 10 oclock A oar containing containingseveral oontainlngleywal containingseveral
several passengers was badly wrecked wreckedend wreckednnd wreckedand
end three persons wore injured injuredBy InjuredB InjuredBy
By B the time tho police poll co arrived tho vic victims victimS vlctintd ¬
tims had been removed to physicians physiciansoffices phslclanoomoQS physiciansolficos
offices and dilllculty was encountered In Inpetting Infelting ingetting
petting felting their names or learning the extent ex extent extent ¬
tent of injuries One man is said to tohave tohp tohave
have sustained SWltaln d a mangled leg J A AZwerner AZwornor AZwornor
Zwornor a wollknown druggist and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two woman whose names could not be beascertained boscortAlned bencoitained
ascertained were t ptflnfully nCun nfully hurt In on onexplosion oncxploalon anexplosion
explosion at Monroe avenue onuo and Long Longstreet Lon LongStreet
street streetDynamite streetD7namUe StreetDynamite
Dynamite had boon placed on tho track trackTho trackTho trackTho
Tho force of tho explosion nearly blow blowout blowou blowout
out ou Ute rear end of the car Ar and knocked knockedthe knockedthe knockedthe
the unconscious man into the street streetZworner streetZworner streetZworner
Zworner was hit on the head by flyingdebris flying flyingdebris fiyln fiylndehrlR
debris Tb The injured women were re removed FOS rev
S moved from the scone in an automobile automobileTwo automobileTwo automobileTwo
Two other women wore badly bad I stunned stunnedbut stunnedut stunnedbut
but ut were were able to walk away There Were woreten Wereten wereten
ten passengers PfUi ongors on the car hTo stoning stoningand stoningand stoningand
and egging of cars continued throughout throughoutthe
the night nightAfter nightAft nightAfter
After Aft conferring with labor leaders until un until until ¬
til nearly midnight Gov Go Harmon an announced announeod announced ¬
nounced that he was not ready read to gin glvahis ginhie givehis
his answer to their demand that ho call callupoa callupol callupo
upoa upol upo the company to arbitrate arbitrateWOMAK arbttntteWOMAN arbltratcWOMAN
Initials on Hand Bag Ilclic Xnmc XnmcBMioa inmcon Nnmcon
on the R K L utcr utcrDNtoD ter terBoston
Boston Aug I5 3fcpian 30 1I hfndeomo ml80mo < l6onio well welldressed W611drGlHd wel weldrosed
dressed unknown women l was found dead deadIn deadIn eac1 eac1In
In a room on the tOra tllflrtl U ri1 floor of Youngs YoungsHotel YounfjBHotel YoungsHotel
Hotel this Ua afternoon with th a 41 helot wound woundin woutHlIn woundin
in the left breast just over the heart heartShe heartShe heartShe
She came to the hotel Sunday morning morninglast morningJRt morninglast
last and registered as Clara B E Moulton MoultonBeverly MoultonBcl7 MoultonBeverly
Beverly BeverlyIt
It te doubted If that te her her right name nameas namethe nameas
as the initiate Initial G D C are are on tno black blackhandbag blACkbandba blackhandbag
handbag bandba which was her only onl baggage baggageThere btlgp baggageThere e eThra
There te not the th slightest aI ghteat clew to the thowomans tllDwomans thewomans
womans identity or whore she lived livedShe IIvodSho livedSilo
She had written on a scrap of paper paperabout paperabout paperv
v about an inch square tho words III IIIhealth IllhoaUh IIIhealth
health She was shot with a 38calIber JcallberroOlGr 38calIberrevolver 33caliberrevolver
revolver It may ma have boon that before beforethe MtOOthe before beforethe
the fatal shot was as fired rod the woman took tookpoison tookpolson tookpoison
poison On a tablo near the bed were wereglasses were wereglasses cre creglasses
glasses and powdors powdorab
Photo b1 Ham 1larrtvilrhg 1larrtvilrhgB Ewing EwingD
SttCMMftU S 9n ce q it in Sttth ra171And MarjkDdiKepuMtom mcpubl1can Prin primaile primaileWEATHER prlmulesWEATHER ariea arieaWEATHER
For the District District of Golull Columbia Columbiaand G01umbiaand l bis bisand
and Maryland Maryland lfariJandPartly Partly Partl cloud cloudy and andsomewhat andsomewhat andsomewhat
somewhat 1 warmer armer today to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow fair cooler by b nightlight night nightlight nightlight
light to moderate southeast soutbeastl to tosouth tosouth tosouth
south winds shifting to north northwesterly northwesterlr northwesterly ¬
westerly westerlr tomorrow tomorrowHERALD tomorrowHERALD tomorrowHERALD
Pages Pages1Warner
lWarner 1 Varner Victor In Six SixBaby SbcCk SbcCkBaby Ck CkBaby
Baby Paralysis a Plague PfcMjueQeuricltQtilck PJasueOetncHqulck PlagueGstAtliquick
QeuricltQtilck Arr Ari1lita st Made MadeInsurgent MadeID8ur MadeInsurgents
Insurgent ID8ur en Rule Rul In Kansas KansasRoosevelt sratasaa sratasaaRoosevelt ta taRoo
Roosevelt Roo owlt to Make M e Important Speech SpeechBaMos SpeechDabios
BaMos Babe Tight gbt for UVes Ltf Live In Fire Fire3Betall FIr FIrSn8CJ1 Fire3Retell
3Betall Merchants Draft Rules RulesCrr RuleOirr RulesCarr
Carr Heads Hibernians Hibernia Hiberniaar
3 1 Partr arts ar Boss to Be Q JBMminated JBMminatedTaft Bllmlnate41Tatt HNrnlnatedTaft
Taft Considers Court Cell t Yaounde Yaounde4Maxwell VaClitae41fkwell VaolhrteIa4ITOxwell
4Maxwell Car Wins W 1r First rat t Place FlaceBW Pt ce PlaceFlit
BW CftMMng C1 s hIE g on Raedte RaedleR1cRda HfeMsjtds HfeMsjtdsi lrlaada lrlaadaaIa
i 51 aIa In nfc + be Warld World of Seolat7School Soatuty SoatutySchool 7School
School Estimates Are Aa + g Mad MadSEditorlal Nods MaderiEcllto1al NodscEdttorW
SEditorlal SEditorlal7Femtnlne iEcllto1al7leminlne cEdttorW7Feminine
7Femtnlne Fads Pa lid Fandea FandeaBrowns IrafdM IrafdMIBrow ea ea1Brown
IBrow 1Brown Browns 8 Blank th the Wa N Nationals NationalstCbmnttssloaars nal nalIOoauwatoaers nalsOommtadooers
tCbmnttssloaars D6wa Db Ninth 1inthHerald NinthHerald tk tkHerald
Herald and Columbia Columb W Tie TieUComtneretel Tiel1CoIutere1al TieUCoameretal
UComtneretel and Flwirtclal Fhdiidsl13Waa FlwirtclalSWa FfM clalJJWnstoft
JJWnstoft 13Waa SWa nlngton lndtat a Oloan C4ty C4tyOppose Ott7OpPOS4 OltyOppose
Oppose Removal of Lights LightsWestern LightsBABY
Western Expert Likens Lit yens It Ifcto Itto Itto
to Yellow ellow Fever
Infantile paralysis is oontaglouc dan dangerous dangarou dangerous ¬
gerous bard to cure and ought t to to be re reported reported reported ¬
ported aa soon as found and Isolated ItIoI tocl as assoon as as500n sssoon
soon as reported reportedThis rOrtedThis reportedThis
This is the opinion Of Dr Lucian Stark Starkof StarkoC Stackof
of Nebraska appointed by Gov Go Shalleti Shallenberger Shalletiberger Shallcnberlft
berger to investigate this disease In the theEastern UtoEa theEastern
Eastern Ea tern cities and reputed to be one of ofthe ofthe
the beetknown authorities aut orJtloa en Infantile Infantileparalysis InranUleparalrall Infantileparalysls
paralysis in the United States S tee Dr Stark Starkcame Starkcarne
came to Washington Wa hlnfton on a vtelt after ner attendtng at attsnAtng
tsnAtng a conference of the New York YorkMedical YorkMedical
Medical Society whore he read a paper paperDont paperDont r rDont
Dont take any chances with acute acuteanterior acuteanterior acuteanlerlor
anterior pUcmyelltls I live in Aurora AuroraNebr AuroraNebr AuroraNobr
Nebr and two physicians were fined n d re recently rocenU7 recently ¬
cently for their failure to report reP rt There Thereis
is a State law against caraiesflnesc C ele ene in re regard rogard regard ¬
gard to this very ery complaint and there thereougit thereouglt thereougtt
ougit to be everywhere I am told there thereis thoreIs thereIs
is io 0 such law in th the District of Columbia ColumbiaThere ColumbiaThere ColumbiaThere
There Is l where somebody is making a amistake amltak amistake
mistake The disease had taken hold holdhere holdbere holdhere
here and It will 111 be beyond control unlessevery unless unlessevery unlNSevery
every force possible is used to stamp it itout Itout itout
out while It is yet embryonic embryonicWorse Gmbr7onlcVorltc embryonicWorse
Worse Than Smallpox SmallpoxA
A great many physicians confus4 this thisInfant thlaInfant thisinfant
Infant disease with spinal meningitis in intheir Intheir intheir
their diagnosis li It is oven worse than thanmeningitis UtaAmenlnglUa thanmeningitis
meningitis It is worse than smallpox It Itis ItIs Itis
is more contagious than any other plague plftgueon plfLlI8On plagueon
on the face of tho oarth except perhaps perhapscholera porhapscholera l lahol
cholera ahol ra yellow fever or the bubonicplaguo bubonic bubonicplague bubonicplague
plague Its symptoms are somewhat like likeptomaine likeptomaIne likeptomaine
ptomaine poisoning poisoningIt
It seizes tho patients with a suddenness suddennessthat IUcldenneathat suddennossthat
that is almost harrowing and they tile are areparalyzed aroparalyzed areparalyzed
paralyzed before it has actually been dis discovered dtscovorocl discovered ¬
covered as infantile paralysis paralysisOne para1 para1One paralysisOne
One of the most certain proofs rooC of thefact the thefnct thenet
fact net that infantile In tan tile paralysis is contagious contagiousts contaIOUB1s
ts that it follows a railroad from town townto townto townto
to town in my State and leaves its itsdeadly Itsdoodly Itsdeadly
deadly imprint wherever it spreads un unloss un1Q unloss
loss chocked by Isolation Absolute quar quarantine quarantlno quaranttno ¬
antine is the only mothod of handling the thedisease thedisease ho hodlseaso
How Bent Treated TreatedTlje TrentedT
Tlje T le e physician in charge of a case of ofInfantile ofInfanUJ ofinfantllo
Infantile paralysis para I punctures tho spinal spinalcord splne1cord spinalcord
cord at the base and withdraws twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo
two minims of the fluid Salt solution solutionto
to tho amount of cloven minims is in inJoct Injoctld InJoet
Joct joctld Hl sl and the rest of tho treatment treatmentconsists treatmentoonIJlll treatmentoonsisjs
consists oonIJlll almost t entirely of massage It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is successfully treated by b any good doc doctor doctor doctor ¬
tor whore discovered in tlmo but other otherwise othorwteo otherwiee ¬
wise it Is almost exceptionally lost hence hencethe henceth4 hencethe
the need for prompt prom t action actionI
I have had 700 cases 7 per cent of ofdeaths otd ofdeaths
deaths d deaths Uus and 36 per cent of complete re recovcries reco recoveries
covcries co rlo I dare say there is I no better betterrecord belterrecord betterrecord
record in tho United States on this par particular part particular ¬
ticular t cular disease than mine Doctors in intho Inthe 1nthe
the East dont think we Western Weat rn doctors doctorsknow doctorsknow doctorsknow
know anything about this disease but butI butI butI
I think wo know a little more than they theyknow the theknow theyknow
know in tho EastA East EastA Ea t tA
A spray of glycothymolln two or orthroe orthree orthree
three tired tlm a day and complete complo e Isolation Isolationof
of tho children is the thcboet best preventive of of4ho ottho ofSho
4ho disease It is contracted through the thenone thonORe thenose
none and throat throatDr throatDr throatDr
Dr Storks Stark father was a Representativo Representa Representative RIProsentn RIProsentntlvo ¬
tive from rom Nebraska Bomb years ago and andwas ondwas andwas
was an opponent of the governor who ap appointed ape apepointed appointed ¬
pointed Dr Stark to investigate infants infantsdisease mfant811scnseJ infantsdiseases
Head of Cooperative United UnitedExchange UnitedExchange UnitedExchange
Exchange Arrested ArrestedWARRANTS A ArrestedARRANT rested restedV
A f
Washington V Man Furnishes the theInformation theIi1 theInformation
Information InformationSnld Ii1 ormation
Snld to Have Given Up Up8e Sc r 4 t 1 tn7 Nt 1 of offOJOOOJ ofV200000
fOJOOOJ fOJOOOJuGetrJcbqucJ V200000 20000000 Gctrlchqulck Con Concern Gonecrn Contern ¬
cern of ArlronaChlcncoSan Fran Francisco Francllco Frandeco ¬
cisco deco Washington Upon AVhich AVhichWilliam jltieh jltiehWilliam h1ch h1chWlllinm
William 11 Holcomb IN I Arrested In InChlcauo InChlcagoore inChicagoMore
Chlcagoore Chlcauo 3Iore to Do Apprehended ApprehendedChioago Apprch ApprehendedChipago nded ndedChlpago
Chioago Aug 3a 3OThe The gas 18 bag g of the theCooporativo theCooporatlvo theCooperative
Cooperative United Bxclmngo a JM 10
030000 getrichqBlck n rporaOW rperat In or organIzed organized r rganlzed
ganIzed Inst l st April under und the IRW hues or oiArizona orArizona orArizona
Arizona was was punctured today with tit thearrest the thearrest thearretJt
arrest of William H Hohxmb Ho mb vies Jce prasi prasidont pnsldont president
dont and general counsel by United States StatospostQflloo StatMpostoffice Statespestoffice
postQflloo inspectors at the Park Row Rowdepot towdepot Itowdepot
depot following his arrival bore from fromWashington fromWashington rom romWahlngton
Washington WashingtonHolcomb WahlngtonHOlcomb WashingtonHolcomb
Holcomb who is regarded by the Federal Fed Federal FMera ¬
eral era 1 officers tf dB the dupe for t coterie coterieof cotenot coterieof
of J Ruf Rufus its Wallingford Walll ford type of high ittgbfinanciers JUgalnnanclonl highfinanciers
financiers hi charged with wIth Ming themalls the themalls tbemalls
malls for Or fraudulent fraudulent purposes Warrants Warrantsfor WArrant8tor Warrantsfor
for the arrest arrest afr t of the acknowledged acknowlod Od princi principal principals ¬
pal pals have boon L issued lSuod uod and x a more of ar arrest arr orroots ¬
rest r roots are expected 1n various parts of theUntied the theUaPod theUnftoc1
Untied States by tomorrow tomorrowStrenuous tomorroStron tomorrowStrenuous
Strenuous Stron oU8 effort e rta were put forth by the thegOVOrtiment thegovernment he hegOntftmtnt
government gOVOrtiment officials bl to keep the arr arrt t a asecret acrQt a asecret
secret and ttaar 1pf Sptertt onpatlon ortton aUon only became becamepublte Mcme1bllChP becamepublic
public 1bllChP thfiuisn2 g l tie nVraignmeat rUpIa of Hoi HoioomV Holaol1tjbfJr lfolootn
oomV aol1tjbfJr ootn before befi ro r tlHd 1fnl Stores S Commtestoner CoecUfeslonerFoote CommtestonerFooie Conbist ioner ionerFoolehwo
Fooie Foolehwo Foote whoVa + ho lie e wa vrAlea8ed + at released oa cuborne oabonds I Ibor <
bonds borneA bondsA tl tlAbair
A Abair half hour after attwt jLha tba a appreheu Hpprohenslon anpr hoe of ofHolcomb ofHo1eomb ofHolcomb
Holcomb the main offices oAlc of the eonosra eonosraJ ftCIILa
J La Sails street ll e were ere raMsd and a a awagon aw awsgsn
wagon w n load of literature It ture coansoatsd eontlecatedThe coansoatsdThe eo te4 te4The
The concern was orpD organised ie4 at Phoenix PhoenixAriz PboeabAm PhootxAria
Aria In April of this th year 7 Its alleged allegedpurpose all allegedpurpose ecl eclpurpoee
purpose was w to Investigate corporations corporationsunderwrite eorperatlonaundvTke corporationsunderwrite
underwrite bond issues to sell bond bOndUH Issues Is IsFUS
sues UH and to act as a financial informa iafortnatien information latormatlen ¬
tion bureau The general offices were werolocated werel werelocated
located l ted In Chicago with branches braae at atPtteontx atPonlx titPksontx
Ptteontx San S Francisco and aedton Washing Washington Wnhlagton ¬
ton D I C According A to the th postonlce postonlceofticialB pNtoGleeoSk1a1a pesteditsomelalo
ofticialB Us real purpose pKpo was to sell Its Itsown Itsown Itsown
own SI40tI8 J20 0 worth of bonds bon bonds In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the California Sanitarium and a Farm FftnaCemlMn FarmCoaapAny FnrmCOMBS
COMBS CoaapAny ny cnotser alleged wtWcHat wtWcH WIcMma A I Irne
+ rne 4 antlted antltedat t14 t14at
at J5 a hftM 11 Bt the tttro Metropolitan Metropolitannd taB taBHI tan tansad
HI nd Tinpt Tut Company another Artsona Artsonaconcern ArbIoaaoonecrn Arbonsconeern
concern organized organ Ixed by b the promoters of ofthe orthe ofthe
the 10 2QeoaWO parent company companyThe eotn companyThe AbY AbYTbe
The oflkers o of the company are Xtmer XtmerComer a lEllwrerComer r rComer
Comer San Francbico co president Wflltara WflltaraU
H Holcomb formerly of San Dlogo CaL CaLvice C1v1ee Calvice
vice president p 8klent and general counsel A tt ttWood tWood L LWood
Wood Wiltshire secretary retary and tr trurer trees treuurer treesurer
The arrest of Holcomb and tho thoancftxOC th I uut louance
ancftxOC ance ut Of warrants rTA ta for othei othel others oinctafe oAlcla oAlclaId is issaid Isstaid
said Id to have ha YO been the result ro ult of dfedo dfedosuros dftleloauros dI c1o c1osuros
suros made by F B Bennett who whosays whosays
says 3 he refused to be manager hero heroPrevious heroPrelo heroPrevious
Previous Prelo to this thl it is said thou thousands uouand thousands ¬
sands and of pamphlets ptUn b1ets sent out by y the thecern con concern concern ¬
cern had been contUrated eonn ted by the mall mallauthorities maltauthorities mailauthorities
authorities A contract eont t made by the Co Cooperative Cooperathe Cooperative ¬
operative United Exchange with Bennett Bennettn Bea ett ettIII
n III < In the possession of the inspectors inspectorsThe I inspectorsThe ectors ectorsThe
The extent of the companys compan activities activitiesare activitiesare
are being held a secret by the postofllce postofllceofficiate postOmC801Uc1a1s postodiceotflclaba I
officiate Several hundred State man managers mtUlCrs managers ¬
agers Crs local agents and representatives representativesof Pl8HntatlyesDC
of the concern are re said to be on the thecompanys tbecompanys thecompanys
companys books Each of them is de declared declared doclared ¬
clared to have Ita been compelled to pay payfrom pa parom payfrom
from fs 8 to ro 80 into the companys com pan cof coffers cotIws coffers ¬
fers Two methods by which hlch the corpo corporation corporation corporation ¬
ration Is alleged to have swindled its itsown Itaown itsown
own empk emploYt8 > y < are as follows followsBach followsEach I
Bach employe who hold a position po lUon lower lowerthan lowerI lowerthan
than State manager managerwas was w compelled to buy buySCO buyGO buyso
I SCO worth of stock in I the company companyKacli companyEach companyBach
Each minor employo was compelled to tobe tobo tobe
be bonded for 00 SOO in the associate concern con concern eOftcern ¬
cern the Metropolitan letropoIttanDopoatt Deposit and Trust TrustCompany TrustCompgn TrustCompany
Company CompanyFor CompanyFor
For this bond they paid S6 6 cash cashState cubState cashState
State managers m under their contracts contractswore contractswore contractswore
wore to receive their fist years oar salary salaryin
in n the stock of the concern concernTho concolJJTho coneerraThe
Tho Federal officials charge that the thecontracts thecontracts thecontracts
contracts which the agents entored Into Intocontained Intocontained intocontained
contained so many man jokers that it would wouldbo wouldbolmpo wouldbe
bo bolmpo impossible slble for the omployos to tomoet tomoettho meet meettho meetthe
tho requirements roq lramont As a result an endless end endless endlce ¬
less chain of are and hlro would would re result TIsuit resuit ¬
suit with i 86 clean money mono going into the thecompanys thecomptlnys thecompanys
companys treasury with each appoint appointment appelntmont appointmoot ¬
mont mentFOUND montFOUND
Girl Who Shot Self Identified as asVera asVera asVera
Vera Fitch PitchNew FitchKew FitchNew
New York Aug 30 3OThe The young woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who shot herself in the Hotel Astor on onMonday onMond onMonday
Monday Mond night was Identified lato tonight tonightas
as Vera Pitch of Oakland OaklandHer OaklandHer OaklandHer
Her attempt at suicide was caused by byher byher byher
her failure to win literary success In InNow InNew inNow
Now York Her mother moth or Mrs Henry HenryFitch Boor BoorFitch HenryFitch
Fitch visited Isltod her at the hospital today todayand todAYand todayand
and set all doubts at t rest re t Mrs Fitch Fitchgave Fltekgave Fitchgave
gave what information she did to the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police only In the belief that her daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter could not recovc recovcMiss r rccovcDfiss o o11ls8
Miss Fitch Is the daughter t18u hter of tho late lateGen InteGen lateGen
Gen Henry Fitch U S A of Oakland Oaklandand OAklandand Oaklandand
and is a sister sl tor of Mrs Roy Ro W 1 Conger Congerwho Congerwho Congerwho
who as Grace Fitch Fitch was a belle In San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco a few years ago and who is isable Isable isable
able to make rnnl e her stage debut under that thatname thatname thattams
name Grace G e Fltchs husband is a anophow anephew anephew
nephew of Edwin H Conger former formerMinister tormerlllnlster formerMinister
Minister to China ChinnX1100NIngnrn ChinoUOONJngnrn
UOONJngnrn 1100 Nla nra Fnlln Excursion ExciirMoaSeptember ExcursionSeptember
September SeptemberBaltimore 2 2Baltimore 2Bnltlmorc
Baltimore fi Olilo OliloSpecial 01110Special OhloSpecial
Special train of flrstclass fistclass coaches and andparlor andprltlor andpallor
parlor cars from Washington 745 74 a m
Route via IR Philadelphia PhnRd l1hla and the pictur picturesque plcturc picturesquo ¬
esque c quo Lehigh Valley Vane R R R Tickets valid validfor validfor alld alldfor
for return within fifteen teen days Liberal Liberalstopover LiberalstopOlrer Liberalstopover
stopover returning rturnln Cheap side trips tripsfrom tripsfrom I Ifrom
from Niagara Falls Other excursions excursionsSeptember excursionsSoptember 1
Soptember 16 and 30
Only Qualified Indorsement Indorsementfor
for fo President B esident raftsBand fart TaftrJMtl fartt fartW fartBund
t 1
W JMtl JMtlHand I
Hand Wagon tagon Runs Over Sena Senator Scnator Senator ¬ I
tor Curtis and Friends FriendsRcpnbllcniiK FriendsRepuhllcnuK FriendsRepublicans I
Republicans of Sunflower State StntePledKc StntcPJeclK StatePIedstc
PledKc Their Support to Adminis Administration Aclmlnbtrntlon Adminitratlon ¬
tration Only In So Fnr ns It IlanFollowed linn linnFollowed Jla JlaFolJocd
Followed Views of the West WcstFavir WcstFavirChnnges Favor FavorChniiKCH
ChniiKCH Chnt1JcKln in Interstate Into tntc Commerce CommerceLiuv Comm CoinnerceLawAsh rcc rccL
Liuv L LawAsh Awk tth for Tariff Com 00mIl1111don 00mIl1111donTepeka ContinlasionTopeka ml MX ion ionTopska
Topeka Baas ItA Aug Ang7tThe atThe Republi Republican Republlea R epnbM epnbMtan ¬
can party per council today wa waoYerwbelm u > verwhelm J Jiagljr
I IIn I Ilagly
iagljr In insurgent and the band Oft was wasrun wasrun wasrun
run over Senator Curtis and others who whosought whosought
sought 8 to secure an unqualified indorsement indorse indorsement Ia4onement ¬
ment of President Pre ldeat Taft The only in indorsement IncIOrHment indoneetnent ¬
dorsement the President received r elved was an anassurance aDusuranC6 anassuraneo
assurance that the ItDaa Kansas Republicans Republicanswould Republlcanwould Republicanswould
would commend only onl such acts as met metwith metwith metwith
with the approval of the Kansas Insurgents insur insurgents IlUIurseDt ¬
gents William Allen White under the thedirection tbecltreetlon thedirection
direction of Senator Bristow Bt Victor Mur Murdock lurdock Murdock
dock and Gov Stubbs Stub wrote that part partof JMrtor partof
of the platform tifihich which hch rotates to na national usUsual ¬
Usual matters Some of tho planks de declare de do1are ¬
clare 1are
We pledge anew our loyalty to the theRepublican theRepublican
Republican national platform of 1SQS and andbind andWad andbaud
bind ourselves to carry ar out its declara deelaratbns declarations ¬
tions t accepting the policy of protection protectionas
as set t in our party platform as the estab established o established tab ¬
lished policy of tho nation and binding bindingour bindingour bindingour
our members of Congress in both Houses Housesto
to vote for a rovlslpn of the tariff tulftor law lawof lawof
of 1909 using u lng as a basis for fixing du duties dut duties ¬
ties t the difference between the cost of ofproduction otproduction ofproduction
production at home and abroad with 1th a areasonable af areasonable
f reasonable profit for American manufacturers manu manufacturers manutacturers ¬
facturers facturersRevision tacturersRed facturersRevision
Revision Red lon Not Satisfactory SntiufnctoryWe SntlRtnctor SntlRtnctorWe
We do not recognize the revision revi lon of oftho ortIIo ofthe
the tariff of 1900 as a satisfactory sat1 actur fulftll fulftllroen fulfilme ulllllme
roen me t of the tariff pledge of the Repub Republican Ropubllcan Republican ¬
lican platform and we e therefore pledge pledgethe pledgethe
the people of Kansas that tho Republican RepublicanSenators RepublicanSenators RepublicanSenators I
Senators arC Congressmen CongreI men from this thisState thisState I
State shall work and vote for legislation legislationthat legllllatlonthat legislationthat
that will m create an independent non nonpartisan nonpartisan i iparU
partisan an tariff commission with ample amplepower amplepower amplepower
power and sufficient appropratlon to as ascertain ascertain ascertain ¬
certain accurately accuratel the difference between betweentha betweenthe betweenthe
the cost of production at home ami amiabroad amIahr andahroed
abroad ahr d and after having obtained such suchinformation suohInformation suchinformation
information we hereby hereb pledge our Re Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
publicans immediately Immedlatel to fix tho duties dutieson dutieson dutieson
on the basis of this information informationWe JnfonnatlonWe
We W e pledge our Senator and Repre Representatives RoproaootUes Reprosontatives ¬
sentatives to vote for a joint resolution resolutionthat resolutlonthat resolutionthat
that will promote the revision of the tar tariff tarJrr tariff ¬
iff one schedule at a time timeWe timeo
We 0 pledge our Republican members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lower House of oCCongress Congress to support supportand supportand supportand
and vote ote for a rule that will make tho thomembership thomembenhlp themembership
membership of the more important House Housecommittees Housecommittees Housecommittees
committees elective instead of appointive appointiveFnvor appointiveFnor appointiveFavor
Favor Jail Sentence SentenceWe SentenceVe SentenceWe
We Ve demand the strictest enforcement enforcementof
of the antitrust anUtru t laws and pledge our ourKansas ourKansas ourKansas
Kansas Republican Congressional dolaga delegation dolagatlon dolagaIon ¬
tion Ion to vqte for a law providing for a ajail ajail aJail
jail sentence for willful violators of theantitrust the theantftrust theanUtrust
antitrust laws lawsWhile lawsWhllo lawsWtllIe
While indorsing the amendments made madeto madeto madeto
to the Interstate Commerce Comm rco law la by tile Uielast Ue1ast tilelast
last session 1Q8n of Congress wo pledge our burSenators oursnfltors ourSenatora
Senators and Representatives to voto for forsuch Corsuch forsuch
such further amendments to the Inter Interstate Int Interstato r rstat ¬
state stat Commerce law as will give power powerand powerand powerand
and money money to the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceComml8slon CommerceCommission
Commission to ascertain the physical val valuation valuatIon valuation ¬
uation of the railroads railroadsWe railroadsWe
We pledge pl dge our Kansas Republican RepublicanCongressmen RepubllcnnCongr88men RepublicanCongasemen
Congressmen and Representatives to vote voteand voteand voteand
and work for effective ecUe laws that will pre ¬
vent overcapitalization of corporations corporationsand corWaUoR8 corppraUemsand I Iand
and will divert an money received reeeJ9 toe toethe torthe forthe
the sale Ie of stocks and bonds to actual actualinvestments act actIne8tnteat actualinvestments
investments in construction Or extension extensionor ex exor
or betterment of property owned by thecorporations the thecorporations thecerporatton
corporations And ADde we further pledge ourRepublican our ourRepublican ourRtpubUcan
Republican Congressional Co delegation dele 1On tdi tdiwork t tYoork twork
work tor hws we that will give the Inter Interstate Iatr Iatrtate Ins Instote ¬
state tate Commerce ComadsaIoa Commissl Commisslover au aun itnover
over n over r I Icommoirca 1 lssge C Roe stocks ad 1 botdt 0 0CmGItca 0cemmoteesnriers
commoirca cemmoteesnriers cemmoteesnriersThe triers triersThe nier8Tht
The plank referring fHrl to Roosevelt says saysW saysWe I IWe
W We pledge pIc4 our VMBJI AspttbHoan RapsbNanCongressmen AspttbHoanCongressmen I8IMIMIcaDConcremen
Congressmen sod < Sonatas 5eaa Seatels to vole on all allmeasures aUZDe8tH allmeasures
ZDe8tH measures concerning co lng the OQBserwattoaof OQBserwattoaofour calritaervadoe lIrlr Ollot Ollotour of ofour
our natural tUlal y resources esources alone the toes Ina ad advocatad Mvoeat advocalsd
vocatad c11 by former tmer ff emer President p RosjwvoH Rol eveit eIi ac acwho asppasetl
ppasetl M 0 Mass M4 slid darn iq iqw
who w are kMHnc beblo bebloW JdM JdMWi k dM etMar etMarins
W ins MnWSi Wi i T ta t MB wtTOsand Rey a that tnfttevery tJa thatevery
every possible effort < ort be made tu preventprivate prevent preventprivate
private interest inter tt from obtaining nbtnl unre unrestricted unrestrktM unresiticted ¬
stricted ownership or unchecked control controlover controlover
over r the vast mineral and water and tim timber timber timber ¬
ber ber resources resourcesTRIES resourcesTRIES
Intruder Shot Dead in Office OfficeHe UfficeHe OfficeDe
He Enters to Slay SlayAOnwapoUs Sla SlaJilllanpolla SlayMls
Mls AOnwapoUs aeapoda Aug MC G C P Welsh a adtodMrged acllllicllaqed adMtclatraed
dtodMrged special agent g of the Great GreatNorthern GrMtNortkfta GreatNorthern
Northern Railroad was Yo + as t today dy 7 snot and andinstantly aidInstaudy
instantly killed by A A S S Rmy chief of ofthe etue ofthe
the roads road special agents ta after Welsh wO wOhnrltd had hadhurled hadhurled
hurled a bottle containing contaInla altrogiycerta altrogiycertaand DI nitregfycmtn nitregfycmtnand wta
and fired five times at Ray aa in an attempt attemptto I
to take his h life lifeTbe lifeThe 1 1The
The shooting occurred hi Rays office In ItlM Inthe I Ithe
the Great Norths Northern NO tbera Bul4JIn Building St Paul PaulRay PauLRay PaulRay
Ray gave himself f tip p Immediately trUer trUerWelsh IfterVh ttUerWelsh
Welsh was was kill kfllllt He acted in selfdefense selfdefenseWelsh ftlfdeeJUteWelah selfdefenseWelsh
Welsh was discharged dbJcbr ed by Ray because becausehe ehe becausehe
he had shot and woundi around George Miller Millerin UI1er UI1erI
in I an affray near r Dttlutn Since then he hehad hebad hehad
had been b 11 calling almost t daily at Rays Raysoffice RAYSomce Raysof
office of lce asking for employment and de demanding demallcUag domending ¬
mending a recommendation When Ray Rayrefused RIl3relHd Rayrefused
refused ho threatened his life lifeRay 1IrenA lifeRay
Ray nA was opening his malt this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing when Welsh r elab appeared at the door doorand doorand I
and began to shoot With bill ant shot shotRay sbolRAY shotRap
Ray dropped to the floor behind his a desk deskand deskand deskand
and used ue that as a screen while Welsh Welshfired WeI8hred Welshfired
fired red flv On shots Then TtMo Ray stood up and andfired aBelfired andfired
fired killing his assailant Iant instantlyWelshs instantly instantlyWelshs taat1 taat1Wel8bs
Welshs shots struck the wall immedi immediately ImmocUlely immediately ¬
ately lely behind Rays desk He fired with withhis withhis 1th 1thhi
his hi right hand and seemed to be feeling feelingfor reelingfor feelingfor
for something in his pocket with 1Ua his hteleft blelett hisleft
left As Ray brought his pistol into intoaction Intoaction Intoaction
action Welsh fired red his last shot shotThen shotThen shotThen
Then he threw the package which he hohad hehAd hehad
had taken from his pocket Ray did not notknow notknow notknow
know until afterward that th t the tbepaekAS8 tbepaekAS8contained package packagecontained packagecontained
contained nitroglycerin nltroglycerlnDetective nitroglycerinDetecthe nitroglycerinDetective
Detective James Jam Murnane picked up tho thoflask thoflask theflask
flask of nitroglycerin It was wrapped wrappedin lMd lMdIn
in brown paperThere paper paperIftiero PterPhra
There was enough to destroy de tro the thewhole thebole thewhole
whole bole building said kl MurnaneCURTISS Murnane MurnaneCTTRTISS MurnaneOURTISS
Wind hul Too Strong Stron for lo Long Trip Over OverInke OcrJne OverLake
Lake Erie ErieCleveland ErieCleveland ErieCleveland
Cleveland Aug 30 aThousand Thousands of per persons por80nll persons ¬
sons who gathered at Euclid Beach Park Parkhere Parkhere Parkhere
here and nd at Cedar Point P 1nt off Sandusky Sanduskyto
to which resort Glenn Curtis was billed billedto blUedto billedto
to fly fi from Euclid Beach today tocia In his hisaeroplane hisaeroplane hisaeroplane
aeroplane were disappointed dl8appolnte4The disappointedThe j jTho
The wind was off the lake and Cur Curtlss Curtiss Curtiss
tiss feared ro feared rw he e could not nGJ no Jt Jtcourse keep to his htecourse hllcourse
course Ho made a short flight a half halfdozen IHlltdozen baitdozen
dozen miles along alo the lake 1Ak shore shoreABE shoreABE shoreABE
A sack oj 0 peanuts is th only onlything onlythirig onlything
thing left thats s sellin 5 t1inJ at th thold thdpri thold
old dpri price priceFolks priceFolks 1
Folks that love at first sight sightare sightare sightare
are generally ge erally sorry sorrr they didn didnlook didnlook didnlook
look around a little more moreBaltimore morenltlmorc moreUnltlmore
Baltimore 8 Ohio R R IL
05 0 Cents Hound trip to Rockvlllc Fair FnlrTickets lnlrTickets FairTickets
Tickets on sale for all regular trains trainsAugust trainsAI trainsAugust
August AI U8t 3D 31 September 1 and 2 2 good ffoodreturning goodreturnin goodreturning
returning returnin until September 3 3
EVlr IK IKsawatomie
Speech to BeMost Be BeMost BeMost
Most Important of Tonr TonrEnds Tourr
r SS i CJ i l P PDuds 1 1Ends
Ends Trip Through CoJoraA CoJoraAand ColorafItand Co1oradbanti
and Enters Kansas KansasColonel ftl1Sft
Continues Hi lib Attack on onBvils onSJb onlivlia
Bvils of Corporation nit n at a Pres Present IrCIIIent Prescnt ¬
ent 31nnngedWdrn Slnnnsed 3InnageIrn Wririw Nex cx Mexico Mexiconml Jlcrtcoand Iexlconnl
and Arizona to Guard Against Doctrinaires Doc DoctrinnireK DoctrlnntreK
trinnireK and DcMlffniiiic Attorneys AttorneysPraiNCK AttornelIlrn AttorneysPraises
Praises lrn Forest For Service
Horace once KaI Aug ZNA A day 7 of realactivity real realactivity realaetlTtty
activity la Denver whore Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltthe R80MVeItwe Rooseveltleitde
we Aft impression 0 P Import left leftthe leftthe
the colonel with little to talk about to today toclay today ¬
day As he ussstd through l Southern Col Colorado COt COt0IWI0 004seeds ¬
seeds into Kansas he found little groups groupscf 8fOUPICot groupaM
cf country < flptk gathered at the railroad railroadstations ratlr0a4ItattonS railroadstations
stations At Pueblo and Colorado Springs Springsthere SpI1ntbere Springsthere
there were relic real big doing but it was wra asort a asort asort
sort of a passing show and < didnt excite excitethe excitethe excitethe
the populace much bectane Hea th the colonel cotooeididnt coIooeIdklnt coloneldidnt
didnt cut loose and smash as be does doeswhen doeswhen
when he te bet up SUN t there was en enthusiasm 8ftthU8lum enthuslssaa ¬ I
thusiasm Tomorrow at Oeawatomie OeawatomieCol OsawatomleCol
Col Roosevelt Roo ovelt will make ma e the most im important bDpottaDt important ¬
portant speech of his entire Western trip tepThe tqpThe tripThe
The Interest of Mr r Roosevelt toward towardevery towardoery towardevery
every oery part of the country was illustratedagain illustrated illustratedagain U1ustrateclagala
again today He spoke of New Nt Mexico Mexicoand MexicOaacl Mexicoand
and Arisen He said Id that many of his htefriends bI8trteDds hisfriends
friends had written to him asking thatbe that thathe tllathe
he advise them about making < up the theconstitutions tbeCOI theconstitutions
constitutions COI tltudons of these new States StatesThe statesThe StatesThe
The colonel has replied that ho tont tontfamiliarenough isntfamll t tfamiliar
familiarenough familiar famll firenough mouch with conditions to do It Itbut It Itbut itbut
but nevertheless ertbeJeu he can hand a bit of ofadvice oCadvice ofadvice
advice on the subject subjectMr II1IbJectir subjectMr
Mr Roosevelt te strongly of the theIon opin opinion 0Dlsfinn ¬
ion that the people Ie of NewArizona New Mexico XaIeoArboD and andAriaona
Arizona should Id leave lea the constitutions constitutionseasy constitationeasy eoMtImdoaa8HY
easy of amendment at any time He de declare de declares dotiaras ¬
clare that not only the doctrinaire but butalso bataIeo butalso
also the designing d corporation lawyers lawyersare 1a17erare lawyersare
are apt to slip into the constitution matters mat matters tters ¬
ters that aren thoroughly understood understoodand UDdentoodand understoodand
and that will work ork havoc b voe later on onPrnlflci onPrnlllcl onPraises
Prnlflci Forestry Foredr Service ServiceHe SC1lccHe ServiceHe
He touched to cl d today also a upon the fine finework ftnework fluework
work done by b the Forestry Service S in inconnection Ieconnection toconnection
connection with 1th the forest fires ftr QttEord QttEordPinchot ordFinebat GIKosdPinchot
Pinchot who is credited crC t by the progress progressives pr prIV8 progrBsstves ¬
ives with the present organization or nbaUOD of the theservice tiletltrvlce theservice
service stood close by and heard the thecolonel thecolonel thecolonel
colonel applauded James J R Garfield was wasnot waanot wasnot
not far away Mr Roosevelt Is with withPinchot withFincbot withPinchot
Pinchot and Garfield to the bitter end endHe endlIe endlie
lIe will 111 help to fight their battles That That1s Thatla
1s a trifle significant significantTh significantThe I1nUleantTile
Tile Th tour of Mr Roosevelt through the theWest theWeet theWest
West te becoming mere interesting l every everyday Oft1JdR everyday
day dR Denver turned out in large num numbers numtn numhers ¬
hers this tn morning to bid him goodby goodbyancl goodbyand
and godspeed ttod peed The eaptfaU of Colorado Coloradowent Colora40went Coloradowent
went wild over vet Roosevelt yesterday Pbe Thenewspapers PbenewspapCls Pbenewspapers
newspapers praised the colonel to the theskies theskit theskies
skies skit hits tl1 morning Most of the politicalsharps political politicalsharps I
sharps out here seem to think that if ifMr ifMr I
Mr r Roosevelt wants the notnlrauAo in I
112 1tlhe 111 he can have It It but the colonel has lotsoxpreeoed hasexpressed I
expressed no deslro d yet unless ieIM It Js Jsthrough s sthrough I
through the use of the future tease ttnaeAll teueJll teaseAll
All of the day was as consumed in travel travelllug traveling travelI ¬
lug 1111 The first stop was at Colorado ColoradoSprings Color do
Springs where about 1S88 1 persons cheered cheeredaad ch cheeredand ered ereda
and heard the colon COleAtJ scold Id the corporations corpora corporations corporations ¬
tions some more It was from this place placethat placetltat placethat
that ho started on his Rocky Mountain Mountainlion JlIouatalDIon Mountainlion
lion hunt after be 8 had been elected VicePresident Vice VicePresident VIceProsldeot
President PresidentCorporations ProsldeotCorporntlon PresidentCorporations
Corporations Good and BadNow Bad BadNow DadNow
Now I am ready and anxious he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said to do my snare saar In the work there thereContinued thereContinued thereContinued
Continued on Pnjje 3 Column 5 GI
Bn Boy of f Three Probably SageSmall Sames SamesSmall SamesSmal1
Small Sister SisterIISSS SisterURES Sisterl
Little Annie Hanlon Ma 11aJ 1lot 1lotLive = ot otLive otLive
Live Through Tllron gjDa gjDalfatl Day Dayfaa Da DaI1
I1 lfatl faa Ignited Match According to toIJolIcc to toIoUQC tootPollcc
IJolIcc Report at Home on Second SecondFloor ScQond ScQondFloor Secondr
r Floor of 1004 Pennsylvania Penn yhanln Avenue Acnuol Acnuolorthvcst
l 4 4Aortlnvest gv gvlorthwcst
Aortlnvest antI Clothing Caught CaughtFire CaughtDlreParont CaughtFireParents
Fire DlreParont FarontM Grief Stricken at atBedside atBcdslde atBcdside
Bedside in Providence Hospital HoapitalJTJitik 1I0JpltnIt 1I0JpltnIft Hospitallit
JTJitik ft lit Ie Annie Haeloa Hanlon the eight eighteeaoioaUisoki eighteeamootbsold eight eighteeamonthsold
eeaoioaUisoki daughter daughter of Timotiiy Timo Timothy Timothy ¬
thy Hankxi Han1on7 011 of 1004 Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniasvcnue ia iaenue a aaMQDUt
> svcnue enue northwest survive survi the the theof owes owesof 1pd66of
of burns which cover her tii Wry Wrywm y ysale bo boshe <
she will owe her life to the presence presenceof presenceisf esel1ce esel1cesf
of mind of her r brother Tommy Tommyaged Tommyagedtiwee Tommyaged
agedtiwee aged three years yearsAnnie yearsAnnie yearsAnnie
Annie was playing with matches matchesri matcheswhen
444444 ri when her clothes burst into ititotines intoflames 1totames
tines flames Tommy smothered them themwith themwith themwith
with bis4iands and ran fol fop aid The Thebaby Thebaby Thebaby
baby was in 1n agony last night nightTO3I3IY nightTOJIlUY nightTOiMY
The children Weft on the second floor floorof 11001ot doorof
of their t hone tat late yesterday afternoon afternoonwhen afternOOftwaela afternoonwhen
when the accident occurred Tommy Tomrnywas Tommywas TomrDTWM
was minding his infant sister but some 80 801nIr somewss3
1nIr abe sot boN of a box ot safety
matches that bad fallen to the floor and aadbefore andbefore
before th the brother saw aw w what she was WIIwith wasplaying wasplaying
playing with with ah she had managed to light lightone ltshtWi lightone
one oneTommy
Tommy tinned when his starter scream screamthat BeleaJDtd screamed
td at taw top of bet voice ADd he saw IBWthat sawthat
that her ifansr drew was afire The Thelittle 1 1little Thelittle
little boy ran to her and beat out the thebiaae tMblue theblase
blue with his bands When the last lastthe 111Kepark lastspark
spark wu oat be rushed Ut the head ot otthe ofthe
the stain and screamed for Me mother mothtrwho motherbe motherxho
who be was w to the kitchenPakea kitchen kitchenTaken JdtcbeDDIkeJt
Taken to Three Hospitals HospitalsTh HOKpltabTbf HospitalThe
Th The chfld was placed to a carriage that thatfoa ttatRaJadlDIr thatkts
foa kts standing near Dearth the home and rushnd rushndr ru ruslmdto h14
0 > ptr5sgeocy r Hospital BoepI Alter a hasty hastytreajMMt hutytMn hastyis
is treajMMt pelltt there she w wog taken kea to toIa th thHospital to toth
th dsttor Ia s Hospital i9ttt i ttt later Jat < It Itto wait waitnecessary wr wraaemry
necessary to mor share Her to theI tn tnProvident tM tMPnwIdnIce
Provident ProvidentThe PnwIdnIceTlae I trvlderreeThe
The baby was burned about the left leftBreast leUfaee loftt
Breast t face faee and arms It will probably probablyto probablybe
be necessary to craft akfat from so soons some soeWM sometote
tote who is wining wUII to give Kfftk it to save av avTIM nor norttfo herlice
lice The doctors feared she woold wollllbef8n 4te 4tebedsre dlobolero
bolero moraine moraineThe JDGID JDGIDl1Io more4g more4gThe
The injured SOd is unusually pretty prettywith prettTwith prettywith
with terse blue bI eyes and golden hatrShe hatr hatrhoped lairShe
She Is a hearty b aDd die phyakkus phyakkushoped 11J WI WIbope4
hoped tost lit night that the strong IItW IItWconstitution ttfe ttfeconstitution u uCODIItltUtJon
constitution might pub her through throughShe tbnMIgbShe throughShe
She will probably be disfigured as there thereHanlon tlNrea thereb
b a deep burn Oft her left cheek ebeekBaDIOft cheekHanlon
Hanlon and his wife were w nearly erased erasedwith cranedwith
with grief and th tIM y sat hand to hand by bythe bytile bythe
the babys baby cot all night nl < ht Tommys s bands bandswere baadawere handswere
were scorched but not seriously r1oaaIy
Peace Delegates Want No Interfer Interference Interference intonerI ¬
ence with Commerce CommerceBrussels CommerceBaaln CommerceBrussels
Brussels Baaln Aug MiThe The tnterperllaagen tnterperllaagentary tater tatertar psrllanpen psrllanpentary
tary tar peace conference today todayPachnicke to uaanin tnwy tnwyadopted aly alyadopted
adopted a a re resolution aubmlttecl by Herr Jler1Padu HerrPachnicke
Pachnicke Padu of Germany to favor faTOrot of keep keeping epI kee keelug ¬
lug I all straits and oceanic canals anon to tothe tothe tothe
the thewetfac rkrs orlds commerce 111 tilDe ot war WIllIweb as aswell
wetfac web as to the time of noses aeaceMr DMCeXI nosesMr
Mr Ketfer official United Stater Stat rep representattyre reprtat represtentat
resentattyre rtat s urged the neutralization MUt1aIb of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Panama Canal He said It It ought oughtto enghtto t tto
to A made a sacred example of peacewhere peace peacewhere peacewbere
where no fortifications threatening lbJa lbJaanny guns gunsarmy gunsarmy
army battalions battallo battle bat tie nags or other otherevidences otbereYt4nceII otherevidences
evidences of war will be ever everiIr seenItr seen seenMr
Mr Keifer foreshadowed f feeque M possible possiblesequences possiblesequences
sequences cee of the neutralisation of the thecanal thecaDa1 thecanal
canal the neutralisation of the high bsbaM seas seasand seasand
and the prevention of war everywhereS everywhere everywherePATTERSON 61 61P
4 4Sixth
Sixth ixth South Carolina Returns Give Givet GiveHim
t Him the Eenominttioa EenominttioaColumbia RenominatioReoawabl RenominationColumbia
Columbia S C Aug IB aAt At It 0 D m mpartial mpartial mparts
partial returns from twentyeight coun counties counties 111I 111ItIee ¬
ties give Gov Featherstone ProoBntion ProoBntiontst PreIIBIItIonlilt
lilt tst 115K U 1 Blease local optimist 1444McLeod DIM 1MMMcLeod DIMMcLeod
McLeod local optkmist 7127 7127In 71ZiIa 7 7in
In the Second Congressional district districtPatterson districtPatterson ict ictPattenoa
Patterson incumbent te in the lend El Ellerbe Ellerbe Ellerbe
lerbe Incumbent leads in the Sixth But Butter Butler Butler ¬
ler and FInley are running dose ht theFifth the theFifth theFifth
Fifth with Ftaltys homo eauattr ossinit yet to toD tolMucI tob
b D heard from fromW01C tromWOMAN fromWOMAN
Uthel Davis Loses XeRrl Nearly > 91000 IOOO In InJcweln InJcvelH inJewels
Jewels on Liner Linersea IlucrNfIW LinerNew
New York York AUIJ a 31A Jewel1GItbert jewel sebry at atsea atsea
sea amounting < to nearly K30 4 e was re reported re rete4 reported ¬
ported te4 this morning morntn on the arrival of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the North German Lloyd steamship steamshipKaiser stem steamshipKaiser ip ipKaiser
Kaiser Wilhelm II front Bremen South Southampton Southampton Southampton ¬
ampton and Cherbourg The victim of ofthe orthfo ofthe
the robbery which was looked upon as ft a agreat at agreat
great t mystery by the oflteers of the ship shipwas ehlpMta shipwas
was Mto Mta Btbel Mae Davis of 40C Michi Michigan MtcblD Michigan ¬
gan D avenue a Chicago who bo was traveling travelingIn trav travIn
In company with Mrs James S Rodgers Rodgersatoo RodgersMao ers ersMso
Mao of Chicago ChicagoMtos ChlcqoMIA ChicagoMiss
MIA Davis said that she had sailed lltd foiEurope for forEurope totEurope
Europe accompanied by b Mrs Rodgers on onthe onthe onthe
the Manretsnia on July IS Miss Davis Daviste DaYIIe Davisis
te a young YHft < woman about twentytwo twentytwoyears twentytwoyean twentytwoyears
years old and Mrs Rodgers Rod te a widow widowabout widowabout widowabout
about thirty thlrt years ean old oldIn oldIn oldIn
In telling the story tory Miss M Davis said that thatshe tIIllbe thatshe
she was sure the Jewels ea were 1ftr In their theirplace t 8lrplace theirplace
place as late at 2 oclock oel ek yesterday morning morn morning moraIne ¬
ing On retiring retlri she had put the bag bagcontaining bagOntalnIng bagontaining
containing thv th thoNn m > on the lower shelf of a atable atahl4t atable
table which stood nar n ar the door She Shesaid Sbssaid Shesaid
said it would have Ixrn possible poaa fOr the thejewels thejews thejewels
jewels to have been reached without en entering entorlnr entering ¬
tering tb the room

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