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? afat \? JOHN 1 IMIoR. ? - .w by W ? ' ! - - M \\ mi:. i <>i;i ? m "\ 1111 ??i rUMiK. Mr. T. I - ? .f tha D puh - was < ? : i be .V . an aprtfl and hla '... And again: >as perfi two a ;,hla when resent repn of all of the efria organlzations of tlu. ..?s. The spokesraon there did. rs They ? " ? ? ? ? I ? ? for bl i t from t * tba ? will pro rlal priv; bwl t: lon aader tl tatloa af ates. I his sole mQr, n he 1 fear meeting a ghost if he eross the chur ,t dark." ?Lytton. I Hl Nl QRO \M? MK. Itt> \ ii ra 1 wmi?\ i ? ? ; 1 ? ta their i ipture ! Slnce t!,- , ? pollcj the .-rr.-.f of * ? liminate tb. i for the Demorratlc f it f<.r ? ?f th. hlllan i ! its aa to the Negro and his and of ti . ontempl locratlc i ?r hv ibllcaa." Ha states tbe situation exactly. Ha tbea ; - tba position of >f War. William H. Taft. when he "The flrst aerious blow to the be - wi aaa;, w ith . i.-nt Ito< ?it of bl laaai a*d bad ? ? ? ?? ' ' ? ' i to rote 1 < the a ? ? which i i ?? ? li.-rn - to allav the loat Th' - i tbal wa ba itnaarl - <-? i:.. praaa I and i! ,ti\,. fo ,l!" ..puhlican ? Uo?l, so bj d is all ?? 11 ftro'a i latloaablp as a i lt? re.; ;vt. ;? ,),,. \. i lta ii all wrong and its l.-ading eaadldate for the PTaabfaailal i natlon shows a dlspositlon to v. ..!k tO evade the issue wtaasj ha is cpi.-stion.-d r>-I.tti\<- ' rlghts which hare stood iinqn. stiom-d so far as rhey relate to the color.-d p.-ople of this country. for forty years ar bmm Th.- attltude of the National Re pablii in al Chlcago wlU ? ii Wllltaaj J. tke i>N? ia - . 11 n.-w ph rlll be Wa see la this ..ri|(. i ii. h lafonaa thal arill tsaad to faida ths or.-d psafala af this aaantry ta tae fiiture. ir Jt is truo tliat Dr. Book Mr r Waal h , Mii. i.-ni af i! his praetpftata aeUasj la ti.. villo atTBir, we ahall r tarlally our oplatoa of Lala traty re markablo i,.r. ribe to Th.- PLANET. Only $l '.ii P,.r v..ir 1;: 1, la the leading s,^<<> weekly In tbei State. HOTEL BURNED At Least Twelve Persons Perished in Blaze at Fort Wayne, Ind. MANY THRILLING ESCAPES Failed to Elect a Bishop?Killed In Auto Crash?Dog Aided Man to Com mit Suicide?Man'* Body Preserved In Ice 21 Years. At the ? an.1 . ' d to Elcct Blsl | ' !n April. the ? Minist-r Droi ped Ce.vi In Pulpit. ? in \\ . Headache Tabletg Kill Ch o. ?.f 1* or th. ta save he? ' :. aa hour r found her. Pennsylvania Treasurer Sworn In. John (? for th William H. Berry. Tha ladactl mony a ??r. fi , Ull. affairs of tba <!? partment. Nine Acre* of Berries Go For $493. fbe la n,.s |?taaj in the at Bridgi | ar,. I .'..out nine arres. Japanese to Marry American Girl Arthur \V. Tara, a Japanese. who atate.i that he ]8 a men-luint. | Ing In Norfolk. Va.. applled for a li eense In Flaltimore. M.i . to marry Miss Mary Whlley. an American girl. whoae was also given as Norfolk Aaitlng an hour wliih- th.- rlerk was gettlng |. . . , th<, right of a Japanese to marry an American. Tara waa given the permlt l)UG UP FIVE BODIES Grewsome Murders Unearthed at La Porte, Ind. ONLY TWO IJHIUKS IDENT1FIES Clearing House For Murderers Dis covered After Woman, Who Con ducted the Place, and Her Three Children Were Burned to Death. a.?One of the the ho,! ? from ?se of ? ? J-; I ri. or fs> that ? -. . - I ? John i four I ? '??I tha authoiit rk oa tk< kousa 1 hus rtoleal losured i. :? $8500, an . This ln Bnraaea w.is , Dug Up Baby's Body With Spade. -V .!.. M I .ol a ajardaaa Samu. C*M with his I ? found. T ? ? ing or 8ii. The I. taki r and tbe Uing. Bcwar* of buttercup Fever. That tba asV htaa ?>f bwturcapa is injurious ti> tba baaltb of cbUdraa la of l>r \V. \V. Clial'anfe. of Philadelphia. Dr. Chalfante d.-.Iar. s many so-cal).-! ,f meaalea are not meaalea at all. but ar,- ; of the gathering of huttercups and tba inhallng of their perfum.- "Huttercup bl the t?rm I>r. Chalfante sdves tho disease.