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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 05, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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he was looking after her too "well.
Detectives found Adams under Mrs.
Thorpy's bed.
National League for Medical Free
dom protests against use by city of
virus treatments as hydrophobia and
infantile paralysis preventatives.
gjk Judge David says jail should have
physician to care for women who
faint in court. Jailer Davies says
Mrs. Anna Bardin, who had fainted
five times during Her case, is sham
ing. Five young people rescued when
canoe overturned off E. 36th.
Wanda Tango arrested again. Last
time she said she was a convent-bred
Japanese girL Now she says she is
full-blooded Cherokee Indian. Lives
521 N. Dearborn.
Frank Weinman, 2718 N. Racine
av., missing since Thursday when
his father was buried. Much de
pressed by father's death.
Chicago forwards $6,000 to Ger
man relief fund.
Bridgehampton, L. L, Aug. 5.
Candidate Charles Evans Hughes
and Mrs. Hughes left here today for
a 10,000-mile stumping tour which
will carry them from coast to coast.
Republican candidate expects to
make two score speeches. Will not
be back in New York until about
Sept. 10.
Never before in history of politics
has a candidate been accompanied
on a speaking tour by his wife. But
Mrs. Hughes is almost an oracle in
family of former justice.
The party will spend Sunday at
Niagara Palls. Monday Hughes is
due in Detroit for possibly two
Washington, Aug". 5. The Mexi
ican government is willing to enter
into general discussion of problems
Affecting the economic situation
there, as well as the matter of troop
withdrawal. This information ar
rived here today in confidential mes
sages from official sources in Mexico
Receipt of this word served to clear
away doubt as to whether Carranza
had shut the door on a discussion of
other than military matters in the
proposed American-Mexican confer
ence. It had been believed by some
officials here that he still opposed ne
gotiations over a broader scope of
Washington, Aug. 5. On the
heads of the "generals" of the Re
publican party lies the responsibility
for lives lost in Mexico, Democratic
Whip Lewis charged today in a sen
ate speech.
Lewis announced his speech as an
answer to the Mexican issue raised
by Charles E. Hughes in his accept
ance address.
He declared that irresponsible
Mexican bandits had become encour
aged to commit acts of horror be
cause Republican leaders, in their
anxiety to embarrass the president
and create a campaign issue, had
given the impression that the coun
try was not united In support of its
executive head.
The Mexican issue, he asserted,
had been picked up for purposes of
expediency only after prosperity had
made the favorite Republic doctrine,
the tariff, impracticable.
"The bandits of Villa found their
allies in the leaders of the Republi
can party," said Lewis. "All were for
the destruction of an American pol
icy, an American president.
"By the doctrine of the law which
holds responsible those who set in
motion the machinery which ends in
the murder of a man, the Republican
platform builders who denounced
their president were the perpetrators
of the death of those Americans,"

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