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Investigation of the Death of lbs.
Henry at Hagentown. Shifts
DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAWKEN
HANDLES CASE AT THIS END
McCleary, Held fit Connection with
Death, Committed to Jail
for Three Days.
Investigation of the strange mystery
surrounding the death -of Mrs. Nannie
Henry, a widow, of Hagerstown, Ma.,
who Is believed to have been murdered
while asleep and alone In her home, last
night awunr to the National Capital,
and . number of facts which will have
an Important bearing on the case prpb-
ably will be dug up In this city In the
next few days, according to the state
ments of the authorities.
At the request of the Hagerstown au
thorities, who seem to be on the point
of charging the crime to Norman Bruce
McCleary, the admirer of Miss Lupah
Henry, daughter of the murdered widow,
Assistant District Attorney 8. McComas
Hawken yesterday undertook to resume
the probe of the Washington end of
the case and expects Important develop
After a conference between Mr. Haw
ken and MiJ. Sylvester, Inspector
Boardman detailed Detective Sergts.
Baur, Cornwell. and McNamee to delve
Into the case under direction of Mr. Haw
ken. These detectives worked under Mr.
Hawken Just prior to the arrest here of
McCleary, and as all are familiar with
the Inside points of the case they are
better suited for the work than any
other members of the Central Office.
McCleary Given "Sweating;."
McCleary himself Is believed to have
given to the Hagerstown authorities the
"tips" which are being Investigated by
the Washington detectives. Some time
In the small hours of Sunday morning
McCleary was taken from his cell and
escorted to the office of one of the
Hagerstown officials, where he was gl"en
a "sweating." What Information about
himself McCleary revealed Is a question
the authorities will not answer.
Detectltes claim that they have already
learned that McCleary purchased a re
volver from a D Street pawn shop just
before he visited Miss Henry, and tried
to get her to open the door to her room
In the boarding-house at 702 H Street
Northwest, where she took refuge after
fleeing from Hagerstown to escape Mc
Cleary, who. It Is charged, had threat
ened to take her life.
Find Revolver In Room.
Henry was arrested the day after this
action, and the police say they found the
revoher In his room. It Is alleged by
the police that McCleary Intended to kill
the girl If she did not consent to marry
him. Miss Henry refused to open her
door, and as a result of the disturbance
the landlord, Warren Bowles, told Mc
Cleary to leate the house at once or "get
kicked out." McCleary had rented a room
In the house shortly after learning that
Miss Henry was stopping there.
It Is known that after Mrs. Henry was
killed she was robbed of 140, and it Is be
lieved that Jewelry, also was taken. A
search of pawn shops In Washington is
being made In an effort to recover some
of this Jewelry- Miss Henry sajs sev
eral pieces of Jewelry are missing. If a
pawnbroker who took any of the Jewelry
can Identify the person who disposed ot
it, the authorities say, the identification
will bring the murder close to that per
son. It Is reported that Miss Henry has
returned to Hagerstqwn. It Is also
said she Is stopping with friends In
Washington. Efforts to locate her here
last night were fruitless.
TOR THREE DAYS
SprcLil to Tfce Washington Henld.
Hagerstown, Md . Aug. 26. Justice
Doub quietly went to the Washington
County Jail to-day and committed Nor
man B. McCleary, under suspicion of
having knoweldge of the death of his
sweetheart's mother, Mrs. Nannie B.
Henry for three days. The magistrate
did this to avoid subjecting the young
prisoner to the morbid gaze of the
curious crowd that had gathered at the
Wagaman & Wagaman. McLeary's at
torneys, had two interviews with Mc
Cleary In Jail to-day. They said he was
decidedly irrational when they spoke to
him and they were unable to get from
him a connected story. They stated to
night they expected to have a prominent
Baltimore doctor at the autopsy of Airs.
Henry Wednesday. Dr. A. P. Stauffer,
Mrs. Henry's physician for jcars, stated
to-night that while Mrs. Henry had
tubercular tendencies two examinations
of her eputum for tubercular baccilll
broueht negative results. There Is a dlf
ference of opinion as to whether Mrs.
Henry died of a hemorrhage of the
luncs or was choked to death.
Miss Lupah Henry, who went to Wash
ington Saturday for some personal be
longings she left behind when she was
summoned home last Monday Dy tne
finding of her mother s dead body, re
turned to Hagerstown this afternoon.
It Is still maintained by McCleary's
friends that he will prove an alibi. Mrs.
Arthur Sloane, who Is connected with
the Temple Theater, Is willing to testify.
It Is said, that on the night Mrs. Henry
Is supposed to hate been murdered Mc
Cleary attended the Temple Theater and
after the performance went to his rooms
and remained there, all night.
Luke D&iteo, 35. mnd Bessie M. Bemnsoa, 3, of
rrl. Tex. Iter. Edwud BUnler
Jamet A. Jaduon (while). S3, of GrernTiUe. X.
C, nd LOU V. Wltim (colored), U. ot Madi
son. Fla. Bei. Wiley Westraj.
Emeit Oaria, 22, and Esther Brtnrn, IS. Rrr. E.
Milton Fine, 21, and Jennio Diet, 19. Rrr. M.
James B. Howie, 23, and Marr A. Andrewi, 22,
both of Richmond. Va. Iter. William R. Wilder.
Barnard Glnecfc, 28. and Josephine M. Strauaky,
25. Iter. Abram Simon.
Frank Rodd. 21. and Marr llaasie. D. both of
uicomona, vs. iter, lanra Stanley.
Annie E. White. Ts, MX Uth 8t-nw.
Frances G. P. Belknap, ej. 1KB I SL mr,
Theodore D. Cornwell. 63. M I St. mr.
Umax T. Slaughter. 1. 206 E. SL
Thomaa G. Hostler, a, 12 H 8L mr. '
Julia A. Jenslscs, 6S. 2U H SL nw.
Julian G. Lbserlch, M dan, 2005 11th SL mr.
Uaurice Depres. SOL at 6th SL mr.
Eocene StmpUns, 33, K Missouri Are. nw.
William JecUna, 2J. 2 U SL aw.
Elizabeth Dade. U. ltth 8L. nw,
George Pollard, 32. Freedmen'a Hosp.
Marr V. Scott, 2, W Eth SL nw.
.Hazel D. Holmes. 7 months. 36 Zllh SL na.
Joseph Curler. months, 3213 Cherry Rill aw.
-So many street of Berlin are pared with asphalt
and wooden blocks that it baa been found necessary
to fit the bones with "rsna ahoea to vwvtmiI
Jatippu - - - s
Widow of Murdered Gambler AiTu
$100,000 Damages for "Lois
of Husband's Services,"
WEBBER'S GAMBUNS HOUSE
STILL DOING BUSINESS
No Attempt Made to Conceal Games,
bat No .Money -Is in Sight
When Police Arrive.
New Tork. Aug. 2B.-ActIon for 1100.000
damages is to be begun shortly against
Police Lieut. Charles Becker by the
widow of Herman Rosenthal, for the
"loss of her husband's services." At
torney M. Harold Hochdorf, of a Park
Rcw, hafc been retained by Mrs. Lillian
Rosenthal for this purpose.
"I shall prepare the papers in this
suit against Becker," said the lawyer,
"on the theory that the actual murder
trs were acting as his directly hired em
ployes; and on the further ground that
tee aeatn or Herman Rosentnai was in
tentionally caused at Becker's Instiga
tion; and that Becker must, therefore,
respond In damages for his wilful act."
The gambling house of "Bridgie" Web
ber, who has confessed that he paid
J1.0CO to the murderers ot Herman Rosen
thal, waa raided to-night The manager.
Klrke Brown, was (.nested, and a wag
on full of tables, cards, and chips, taken
to the police station. Other gambling
houses have closed since the Rosenthal
Investigation began, but Webber's place
has been In full blast every night, de
spite the fact that Its owner Is In the
West Side prison. The police, led by
Inspector Dwyer, were admitted when
they knocked, and no attempt was made
to conceal the games going on, except
that no money was in sight on any of
The aldermanlo Investigation commit
tee organized by Alderman Henry H".
Curran to Investigate graft here prob
ably will discontinue Its work. Magla
trate Corrlgan has given the opinion that
tne prone or the aldermanlc committee
will Interfere with tho work of th
District Attorney, which is considered
the more Important of the four Invest!
gatlons now being carried on.
Gnllty Stay Escape.
Supreme Court Justice Gon and Die
trlct Attorney Whitman, together with
the special grand Jury, will have power
to compel attendance and testimony of
needed witnesses. Other committees will
not have the power to do this, and It
Is feared that guilty men may escape
by merely appearing before one of the
committees and giving valueless test!
Miss Inez Ford added to the informa
tion In the hands of the District At
torney to-day by admitting that she was
In the "white light" section with four
men on the night that Rosenthal was
killed. These four men talked of the
gambler, and predicted that he would
be murdered within a few hour, and the
girl gave their names to the District
Attorney, though she refused to admit
tnat she had seen the actual shooting.
An uncie ana an aunt of "Lefty
Louie" Rosens xelg called on the District
Attorney to-day, and It Is understood
that they attempted to make arrange
ments for the gunman's surrender. Sam
Schepps was arraigned to-dav. and his
nearing adjourned until September :
nis own request. Schepps Is In mortal
fear that the police or the gangsters
win "get him" If he Is released.
Made SISS.UOO In Stock Market
James E. March. Republican leader In
the Third Assembly District, announced
to-day that Police Lieut. Becker, ac
cused of Instigating the murder of Ro
senthal, had made J1S.000 In the past
ear honestly In sfbek speculation, and
not In ttraTt- Mnrrh riM-l.rnH ha ttnt.t
' gHe testimony naming the deals by
which this money had been made when
iiecker comes to trial.
Acting Capt Arthur B. Gloster was
removed from the Fourth Inspection Dis
trict to-day and reduced to desk duty
In one of the station houcs. Charges
also were filed against Inspector Cor
nelius a. Haes and his hearing will be
.More uecKcr oanK accounts were
found and an additional graft fund of
1100,000 a year from a gang of wire
tappers came to light. This gang,
which was given a monopoly of the
wire-tapping fake In New York In con
sideration of a large payment early,
cleared many times this amount from
wealthy out-of-town visitors who wcro
too chagrined to report their losses.
It was learned to-day that John
KIrwin, a real estate dealer, is part
owner in tne Lincoln Hotel, a well
known red-light resort. Notwithstand
ing this, KIrwin Is a member of the
grand Jury drawn by Justice McCall to
investigate graft between the disorder
ly and gambling houses and the police.
lire information was laid before Dls
trict Attorney Whitman, and it Is Drob'
able that KIrwin will be prevented
irom serving on the grand Jury.
Jaea for False Arrest.
Suit for false arrest In the sum of
110,000 was brought against J. M. Wolford
In the District Supreme Court jesterday
Dy William H. Edmunds. Edmunds con
tends thaf he was arrested at the In
stance of Wolford. who charged him with
having stolen some personal property.
The former was acquitted when the case
was heard before the courts.
Injunction Issued Against Tailor.
As a result of suit brought by the firm
of George T. Keen, Inc., of 1310 P Street
Northwest, a temporary Injunction was
Issued yesterday, restraining Albert M.
Keen, a merchant tailor, of 1312 F Street,
from using the name "Keen's" In adver
tising his place of business. The petition
er claims priority in the use of the trade
George and Frederick West, girl.
George O. and Mary C. Scberle. boy.
William a. and Laurel M. Boyd. glrL
Cook C. and Edna W. Stark, boy.
Charles H. and Elizabeth E. Porter, glrL
Perdral It. and Ida U Fuller, boy.
Julian and Henrietta limerick, boy.
Nkkolas and KickoleU Tcutsubria, girt. '
Walter E. and AmcUa T. Groreav boy.
Gur and Awuda M. Elnsnerman. glrL
Lowell H. and Margaret V. McKlntey. gin.
Walter n. and Loyal E, McClatchy, glrL
James B. and Louise A. Cotnpton. glrL
Robert G, and Augusta X. Hess. boy. ,
Harris and Softie Maachinsky. boy.
Hyman and Hannah Koonan. boy.
John W. and LOlia M. Middleton, glrL
Gharlea and Bessie Springer, glrL
William and Bertha Malrey. boy
Jacob and Maria BOenkin, glrL
John and Clara Dyaland, glrL
WUloughby and Lillian O. Jones, boy.
wmiam D. and Mary Stewart, boy.
Charles and Rnale Rarria, glrL
Charles and Buth Onirics, glrL -
James and Annie ToUiter, boy.
Richard and Edith Hill. boy.
Jessie and Josephine Dindrtdre. tny,
la Korwsy electricity is much eheaner than dm
power on account of the gnat watertalla sad nous
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Blue Army Encamped Near Charles
town To Invade Bed Territory
to Destroy Supplies.
SOLDIER BOYS FLAN
TO BREAK CAMP WEDNESDAY
Men to Be Paid Off on Final Day.
Trains Obtained for
Charlestown, W, Va., Aug. IS. (Head
quarters of the Blue Army) WItVcamp
fires dotting the meadows half a mile
west of Charlestown, the Blue army to
night Is blvouaclng In an open field
with a threatening sky giving a half
promise of rain. Somewhere to the east
ward the Red army, under Capt. Berk
ley. Fifteenth United States Cavalry. Is
lying close behind the ridges, and with
outposts strung varound Its front in fan
shaped formation, is expecting an at
tack from the heavy armed forces of
the Blue s under Gen. George H. Harries.
The Red army marched out from
Camp Ordway at- noon to-day. It con
sisted of Troop B, Fifteenth Cavalry:
one-half of Battery E, tinder Capt. Fred
T. Austin, Third Field Artillery, and
all of the First Separate Battalion, N.
G. D. C, under MaJ. James Walker.
Capt H. D. Berkley in command had
turned over Troop B of cavalry to
The Blue army, with Gen. George H.
Harries commanding, left camp an hour
and a half later. MaJ. Leroy W. Herron.
acting as adjutant general, had disposed
of the troops so that CoL William E.
Haney and his Second Infantry acted
as the advance guard,, with the leading
battalion ot this regiment carrying an
extra heavy supply of ammunition. In
dlcatlng that sharp and prolonged sklr
mlshlng might be expected.
Onraud on Rear Gaard.
The First Infantry, under Col. Charles
H. Ourand, was acting as a rear guard,
with a battalion armed with an extra lot
of blank cartridges. The men so equipped
were later placed in position as a rear
guard, as attacks might develop from
any quarter, although the Inadequate
strength of the Red army leads Gen.
Harries to bellee that he will have to
force the fighting, and that the Reds
will do all they can to hamper his ad
vance without actually offering any se
Thero has been shooting at outposts all
afternoon and evening. While the men
were preparing their own suppers over
fires built of fence rail, the outposts,
half a mils ahead and to one side, have
been earning on a desultory pot shot
ting at the cavalrymen of Lieut. Over
ton's scouting patrols, who have been
wheeling around the camp trjlng to get
an idea of what the next moe would be.
Men Cnrry Meals.
Two meals will hae to be cooked In
the field by the men and the haversacks
were stuffed with easy cooking food
when the armies left Camp Ordway for
this practice. Cans of baked beans and
bacon seemed to be the predominating
element of the menu. Blanket rolls had
been examined carefully and as 'soon as
the men found their camp site at this
spot, near Charlestown, the little shelter
tents were raised.
Lieut. Stewart, of E Batter'. Third
Field Artillery, has two guns with him
on the Red side, and to-morrw will en
gage In an artillery duel with CapL
Austin, who has the remaining two field
pieces of the battery. The batter) men
carried tireless cookers, and did not de
rend on Individual cooking.
Capt. Oliver Tern's signal comrsny
has been in demand In the Red Army
ever since It arried In this camp. The
men were tired from the patrol duty
when they tumbled Into their cots last
nlghC but were up bright and early to
day ready to string a line of field
buzzers, or military telephones, around
the camp so that each outpost would be
connected with the headquarters tenL
Information of the enemy has been sent
in oer this single line at arlous times
Lieut. William B. Hudson, In command
of the ambulance company, has estab
lished a field hospital, and has selected
a site for dressing stations for the fight
which must surely occur to-morrow.
To Destroy Supplies.
The Blue Army has a mission which
must be completed to-morrow before
noon. The Potomac River Is supposed
to divide hostile States. The ground
north of the stream l Blue territory and
that to the south Is Red. A Blue force.
Including Gen. Harries' present command,
has been sent Into West Virginia with
orders to destroy a large quantity of val
uable stores which the Reds have col
lected twenty miles west of Charlestown,
and which are reported to be Inadequately
On the other side of the problem. Capt.
Berkeley Is to-night at Halltown. W. Va .
and has organized strong patrols of his
own cavalrymen under Lieut. W. W.
Overton. Capt. Berkeley's orders are to
find Gen. Harries to report on his
strength, to hang on his flanks and to
keep him worried, but not to get In a
position where he will have to pit his
strength against the overwhelming force
under Gen. Harries. Tqg Red commander-in-chief
Is supposed to be In Wheeling
for the purposes of this maneuver, and
the problem states that It is his desire
to lead the Blues well Into his territory
so that be-can later cut off their retreat.
Cavalry Is Seen.
When Gen. Harries and his column
reached the scene of their actions to-day
the Red Cavalry was seen occasionally,
pairs and three of the riders skulking
upon the ridge tops, snd hiding behind
bushes in the distance. MaJ. Clarence
Bayer's Battalion of the Second Infantry
was spread around the Blue Camp aa out
posts and pickets, with instruction to
keep In touch with the Blue headquar
ters at all times and to drive off all In
quisitive cavalrymen who were trying to
get a line on ..the Blue strength. For
that reason there would be Isolated rifle
duels all along the curved line of pick
ets and outposts.
The men went to sleep under their shel
ter tents when taps was blown at 10
o'clock to-night. Sentinels will pace the
darkened camp until dawn, and the bat
talion of outposts will be awake to scare
off by their firing any one who attempts
to sneak close enough to the Blue lines
to make a sketch map of the situation,
or to glean any other information.
Artillery Coming; Home.
First Battery. Field Artillery, left
Camp Ordway at 8 o'clock this morn
ing en route for home. The first camp
was scheduled for Leesburg, Va and
the battery commander, Capt. J. Harry
Shannon, 'expects to reach Washington
To-morrow will be practically tho
last day in camp. When the present
maneuver comes to an end to-morrow
noon, the brigade will start back to
Camp Ordway to prepare for the final
deDarture Wednesday morning. Th
men will be paid Wednesday before
entraining:, this duty falling upon MaJ.
Bovd Taylor and Capt. R, A. Clark ot
Tho maps PJtfl 14 lO-SVCa, MWattTaOLl
the paymaster" department N. Q. D. C
The bard work of moving troops horns
falls, for the greater part.' upon MaJ.
Alfred Bobbins and Capt. E. M. Nevus,
were spoken, of with great praise by offi
cers 'who had to depend upon them for
the disposition of their troops. The map
making was the special province of MaJ.
Francis B. Wbeaton, Corps of Engineers,
N. GV 'D. C, .and his assistants were,
Lieut. A." R. McGonenL First Infantry:
Lieut H. C. Earhshaw," Second Infantry;!
Lieut. A. C Newman, First Separate
Battalion; LtauU- C M. Hammond, Sec
ond Infantry: JJeut, w-. 3. -Wall, First
Infantry, and. Lieut A C Adams. Sec-.
ond Infantry. -
Men Establish, Record.
Sergt- P. E. Shomette and Corp. Du
vall, of the signal company, established
a record for stringing field telephones In
the recent maneuvers. Theses two ex
perts strung a line half a mile long In
nine, minutes, using a horse-drawn reel
cart, and sent messages all the while the
wire was being laid. Later ther sent
eighteen messages In fifteen minutes.
Sergt. Charles Williams and Sergt.
William Rahn. of the signal company,
were detailed by special orders from the
adjutant general to' assist the quarter
master in arranging for the trip home.
Segt. W. J. Bacon, M Company, Second
Infantry, and Corp. Gordon W. Lyle, D
Company First Infantry, have been de
tailed especially to assist MaJ. Boyq
Taylor In the execution and preparation
of the intricate pay, rolls for use in pay
ing the troops Wednesday. ,
State Department Regards Nicara-
guan Revolution as a Crisis in
This Country's Policy.
QUICK ACT WILL HAVE EFFECT
With the arrival In Nicaragua of the
extensive re-enforcements now on the
way thither from the United States, it
Is Intended by this government to take
such vigorous steps in that country as
will prove a salutary lesson not only to
the revolutionists of Nicaragua, but to
the neighboring republics of Central
America as well.
The NIcaraguan revolt Is regarded
with such seriousness here that It Is
believed It marks a crisis In the policy
and prestige of the United States In all
Nothing but the most drastic meas
ures. It Is now considered, can prevent
the United States from a great loss of
influence In Latin America. Information
has reached here Indicating that Gen.
Mena attempted to overthrow the gov
ernment largely because he was per
suaded that the United States Was bluf
fing, and did not mean business in re
gard to Its insistence upon the preserva
tion of peace In Nicaragua and respect
for the pledges of the Dawson conven
tion, requiring an open election of the
successor of President Diaz. The Ar
rival of the cruisers California, Colorado,
Denver, and Cleveland, with their ma
rines, and the other marines now on
their way from Philadelphia will be the
occasion, according to present plans, tor
convincing proof that United States Min
ister Weltzel has not been biumng in
To Rc-establUh Communication.
The first step expected Is the re-estab-Hshment
of communications In Nicara
gua, both railway and telegraph. Tne
rebels hae now succeeded In holding up
all railroad communication between Ma
nagua, the capital, and Corlnto, the prin
cipal Pacific port of Nicaragua. The tele
graphic communications are so seriously
broken up that Minister Weltzel has been
for da)s at a time unable to communi
cate with Washington, and some of his
dispatches hae neer reached the State
Department One message was received
at the department esterday dated July 29.
which the rebels had succeeded In hold
ing up. This message. If It had been re
ceived in due order, would have been the
first news of the Impending revolt, as it
told of Gen. Mena's attempt to replace
the capital garrison with his own men
from his home town.
The steps contemplated by the State
Department are not nearly so drastic as
are being urged by Nlcarnguans them
selves. Representations have been made
to the American Legation and also to
the State Department by Nlcaraguans
urging that the United States Intervene
In Nicaragua and not only put an end
to the revolt, but establLih the govern
ment firmly and by methods similar to
those adopted In Panama last month at
the elections, at the request of that
government, and see that the Nlcaragu
ans have opportunity of choosing a suc
cessor to President Diaz.
Diplomat's Relnflvea Endnnsrered.
Joaquin Cuarda, secretary of the NIca
raguan Legation, called at the State De
partment vesterday and reported that he
had Just received a cable from his mother,
long delayed In transmission, stating that
his father and uncle had been thrown
Into prison at Grenada by Gen. Mena
and were being starved In that confine
ment. Though the State Department Is
not likely to Interfere on behalf of any
particular Nlcaraguans, It Is expected
that when the re-enforcements arrive on
the scene the rebels will be forced to
abandon practices contrary to the rules
of war and the requirements of civiliza
tion and humanity.
Consul Johnson, at Corlnto, reported
yesterday that Gen. Dlonlslo Qutlerres,
former vice president of Honduras, and
six companions were arrested upon their
arrival at that port, where they had come
to Join the revolutionary forces.
Forfeits 825 Collateral.
Frank Tullott yesterday forfeited ttS
In Police Court, where he was to have
been tried on a charge of permitting
gambling on his premises, in Willow
Tree Alley. Tullott's house was raided
early Sunday morning by Policemen
Grimes and Frye, of the Fourth Pre
Electricity is nsed In a pile drlrer lmentd by
a New lock engineer to hoist heary metal ball on
a belt conteyor and drop them raiOdly on top of
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rTTTT.ERS SENT TO JAIL.
Alleged Bigamist, Unable to Give
Dond, Faces Trial.
Raymond B. HIHers. alleged bigamist,
was yesterday committed to Jail in de
fault of 31.000 bond to await the action
of the grand Jury.
Hitlers was arrested in Norfolk last
Saturday and brought to this city by Pre
cinct Detective Pratt.
Miss Mary Dolphin, twenty-one years
old. who HIHers married, is lying ill at
the Methodist Deaconess Home, shocked
by the grave charge preferred against
HIHers. However, she savs she sUil loves
Held for Attempted Forgery.
Charged with attempted forgery, Carlos
Carter, colored, fourteen jeans o'd, yes
terday was arrested In a downtown bank
by Detective Vermillion. It Is alleged
that the youth tried to cash a check
tearing the name of his aunt, Mrs. Para
D. 6. DepL e-f Agriculture. Weather Bureau.
Washington. Monday. Aug-wt 2S-S p. m.
3Ioderately warm weather continued Monday
throughout the Esstern and Southern State, and
orer the Westers Plateau and Ilocky Mountain re
gions. The Indications are that there wul b. local show
ers TueMay and probably Wedneuday in the Eastern
Mate, and tb far NorthwuL With these eacep
tlons. the weather will be generally tab- Tuesday and
Wednesday throughout the country
Temperature, will be lower Tuesday in the Mlddla)
Atlantic and New Lngland Ststes. the Ohio Valley,
and th. Lake region, and VAednesdar in the North-
west Moderately warm weather will continue Tues
day and Wednesday throughout the Southern States
and th. Middle WrwL
Midnight Tl :2 a. m.. T2: i v. ro. e: a. tL. e;
I a. m.. T2: 1 a. m.. R; 12 noon. Ft: 2 p. in.. SS
tv. m.. 80; S p. el, M, 8 p. in., TS; 10 p, m., 79.
Highest tO: lowest, .
ncIaUr. humidity I a. m.. M.2 p. nv. tt; S p. m..
CS. IUlnfall I! urn. to I iv m.). Hours of sun
shine. S.4: per cent of possible .enshtne. 4L
Temperature same date last year-Hlghet M. low
Temperalnres In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, together with the
amount ot rainfall for the twrntj four hour, ended
at I p. m. yesterday, ar. aa follows:
II11. Mln. IgtB. fslL
A-hrrille. N. O. l
Atlanta, na m w
Atlantic City. N. J K t T2
Bismarck. N. Dak TS SO T4
lloston. Maaa. K fa C
IlnCalo, X Y TS M U 0 12
Chicago. IU 7 M 1.
ClDdnnaU. Ohio. fo T to 0 12
Cheyenne. Wyo u ti v 11
Darenport. Iowa R T2 SS ....
Denrrr. Colo. S4 eo M .
Dea Moines. Iowa . M TO 71 0E
Duhith. Minn (8 M dS . ..
tlalrntcn. Tex. fJ 12 H
Helena. Mont S M
Indianapolis. Ind SO T4 tZ IM
Jacksonnlle. Fla . 90 72
Kansas City. Mo K 76 a
Uttle Rock. Ark ) Tl 72 1 30
Los Annies. Csl "O 2 T
Marquette. Mich M M H T.
Memphis, Trnn. si ' -
New Orleans. La K TS C 0 12
New York. N Y S3 71 TI T.
North riattr, Nebr. SS 88 fh
Omaha. Nebr IB TO SO
Philadelphia. Pa t 7! R
nttsburg. Ta. - 82 68 II 0 12
Portland. Me SO ! M 0
roruand. Oreg 68 58 M
Salt Lk City, Utah l S.1 TS 0.0;
8L Louts, Mo 83 M f &s
SL Tsui. Minn Tl TO
Ban Francisco. Cal C2 SS C2
Breingilell. in - TO 81 0 23
Tacoma, Wash 8 S2 (4
To-day-High tide. 7 10 a. m. and t p. m.; low
tide. 132 a. m. and 2J7 p. m.
To-morrow High tide. 82) a, m. and 8 40 p. m.;
low tide, 2J0 a. m. and 220 p. tn.
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