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Fireworks or Other OtherExplosives O OtherEx her herExpiosi1feS
Explosives Expiosi1feSFOLK Ex I IFOLD wes
9 9Committee
Committee Is fins Pleased ViA It R Rand Rut Rutand swk swkand
and Thanks ihP Aks AM VM Wit Helped HelpedM HeiPedMeke I t tintake
intake M kc Day DA a Success SuccessSuccessful Stt SuccessSucceahrrl < < ess essSUC
Successful SUC from every eYe T viewpoint viewpointTeas 4ewp Ie IeWas i ias
Teas as the verutct placed upon pen Washtng Waahagtns Washtngtons w wt
t tons IJ S safe e and sane celebration of ofOllrth tlw tlwo11rth
fourth Ollrth of Jay aiT by Csssnisssoner C1 IUt IUtthe Jbtol Rucis
cis ol ph chafww ef die istktt j bK COIII ceuwlpee ceuwlpeeff IIUee
ff 7 the Boatel anI of Trade and Chamber Chamberof
of Commerce 01DllleRe today todayAfter tedayAfter todayAfter
After weeks of planning the comntit comntitis
t T is resting tofay to ty from its labors laborsraiisned IabonEa
Ea f raiisned a t isfi tsfied < < d that its it efforts srts to give the theiiens thetlpns thet
lens t at Washington W GII a holiday worthy worthythe wertbyf
yf < > f the National NatI aaI Capital c pkal are appreciated appreciatedai
1 Ifm gewt1y pleased with ue ode ceIel
l > I atioa iOD ana C r AI Rudolph RadoIpbjom Rudolphr
jom r o n the betsianlg to tile Bad eDdU there therenag
nag U ai not a single hitch in tile tileW prograwc program programnfh
W nfh c tit f 1 the exception that the font ftAw dances danceswhich daaeatwhich
which w h ith were to be sivea i ion by die ddIIIrea ddIIIreaon
on The White Lot had tobe te tebeca be abaadSOtd abaadSOtdbecause ii Mnl Mnlbecause
because beca use of the rain raptBy raniBsjqr
Bsjqr All Da Daome D Day Dayh y yiMiroe
h iMiroe ome me form f of 0 amusement IIIU8eIDe t was offered oIreredtiJ offeredthe oateredtin
tin tiJ crowds rTO every moment t of the day dayfireworks daybfginning y yinni
bfginning inni with the display or morns g gfireworks
fireworks 11 and ending with the Ulumtoa Ulumtoation iIIatlon iltatttiaaton
ton of Pennsylvania avenue at 11 Mght MghtTie atTie
Tie 1 h e fireworks on the e ethrong eIJJp e attract attractRl1immeBR attracted attractedour
our Rl1immeBR Immatsse throng th and uw tiIe Ompiay in inrr Ian LmV
rr mV n opinion pin excelled even that of otrar test testj testKy la la5y
Ky far the best feature of otJIIe the ode cateanon eeIed odedtion
anon d t fon was the absence of t accidents accidentst u uI
< I > t to > the aseof oust Of flreworfca tire drew rha Not N t a home Moer e
ir j r ashington Waab is mouraIu mourning tDOUrI IIS today to say he hea I bea e eaf
a a af e of the death or serious injury Ir rry rrya of ofi filla
a i child from the use of exBtanvea exBtanveaI e eI
I dropped i i ppcd in at the Emergancy LI I Hos Hspital IIe5pital
pital last night and was glad to learn
Tim t r rn the physirians pb phY saes ns that they had not IIetf
i > fn f n celled e lied upon to treat a single ahleo Ie case caseo caneThat
o J hums humsThat > nrns nrnsThat
That the invitation InttaUoaet of f the committee < <
t tn use 1J e the ellipse as a aag picnic groaner groundfcas
> as accepted a ed is evidenced erhdeaC d by its i ap
raranc 1 a ra n < > today todayThe The remnant of thou thousands tboua theosand ¬
sands a nq S of f basket lunches lune were 1Ihte spread spreadabout spreadahnt
about aboutaJ 3 hott the gwnda nQ papers were WeI BtIeWla erewaail
aJ ov ovto over t the place and It was necessary
to send < f > nd several I wagons to the ellipse
this thi i morning to remove the tIaeA debde debdeA
A Fatuity may HeiiaajIt
It i t was a general g ra1 family holiday holidayari hol holan holidayand
ari and < 1 i believe that the success of thecerohrzrlan the thereionrefie the thec
reionrefie c pl > hnlion coupled upled with that of last lastTf lasttar lasttsar
tar Tf > ar will forever I er banish the return of ofth oftlH elfthe
th the oldtime noisy and aDdFourth dangerous thewFourth dangerousFourth
Fourth Fourthongratalatiaas Fourthonpa Fourtht
t ongratalatiaas ongratalatiaasvaster onpa u are due Major St Stst Sylv
vaster vasterthe v st ster < < r and the Pdlhe Dyarteeat oc bowtfer for
the excellent excellentThe mourner In wbrh 1M theargP
j a argP riff c ceeywit were wereThe hatWti hatWtiThe
The Thet eeotdttee ee eet tom agruare its itsthank
t thank > < links a TJ ks to t tyor oe bonds which k p v their theirderfree
derfree yor < rricea vices froa of charge chargey are to die die1i10omnaktees wasiss wasissf I
y ilKommhtxa and a to all 11 she shesucoess etti tnnr tnnrv
v h helped t to make the odebutba c let AtIe of ofS c cDia I
> S < sucoess sucoessInk SUCCEerOn
Ink Z he > je te MInIfle Fight FightIndependence PiaitInIPrendenee
Independence InIfle r Day > y was celebrated ta tasane baa ina
a san sane and safe way ta WashfaMjcton WashfaMjctonAs Waab WaabAs
As much cannot be said II d of the Be Beven IJeno eno enoeveu
eveu f ven fn and divers ways wa in which Meat Meatll1 deT deTit oat oati Ii Iif
i ll1 it victory were celebrated celebrated1igrt by rabidfight rabid rabidgnt
fight gnt fans The din and confusion conf on onn a ai
1 It streets r Let eWftI evening O < < must be eUml eUmlt
t n ntN Tod from consMeratkm Ienti n ft in determtatna det detr deternlni rt6 I If
an f Hie t lip capital really ftAll observed tike ti Fourth Fourthof
of f July J ul according a to Ute latest ideas ad adviPtrd
viPtrd 1 pcfd by reformers 0nnen5 and Ore insurance insuranceni
c < ni nrlymiea nrlymieaN > anksX anies aniesNt
Nt X t a single sln < < le fire alarm was aoooded soundedeiti
eiti titITing < Iin ing the day or evening a record IftOnitIIat that thatsfins thatopt
sfins ttnt nut to the history of the Fire Do1 Do1pHrtment De Dena
pHrtment p na < f lt meat as pnenonteual I Never bet befinp betInof before beforen
> inp n e > the Fourth of 0 Jul Juljave July was btveat invested
jave ia I thi thiaci the lire lighters bad such a IIIIap
F far as can be lamed not a aI aIac ample ampleac
aci ac lent < tf > nt or m mcan mbIIIap occurring yesterday yesterdaycat
can he attributed attribut to an insane or on onaf un1 un1a a aOd Yl
a Od af < observance of the day There were wereno weredin I ID
no D burned Oil rued Angers no powderburned powderburoedae
tACf ae > no lacerated hands nor innumer innumerani
ani a i ether wounds due d to explosives expIo v8
y vTjns nng America emerged unscathed
Though safe and sane the tIaenolW celebration celebrationras
Ra ras none the less t spectacular nor at t ttrn
yr trn < 1ed Pd with k less > ss patriotism than In the
bygone Tivs r < > n ne ripzipboom days when whee1JrJ there thevov
v 1JrJ a < something popping po every second forrt for tVlrrt
fortyeight rt yeilllt v etght hour hourBcfliiaat hourBrlItiaat hoursBrllhant <
Bcfliiaat Dnafejv DiIpIayairiniant Disp DnafejvBrilliant aya ayat
t Brilliant pyrotechnic display on the theHouse ther
Z I r t House Ellipse ElUp e marked 1Da ed Ute r rf e ef Cfptl Cfptlho
f f i ho h official celebration of the thethr day
thr th finish coming Omin < < when w Pennsylvaniaavnue Penasylvanlaavr Pennsylvania
avnue avr n ue was brilliantly illuminated with withrrt withrfo t
rrt rfo t tire t re a veritable note e of blazing blaain < < red redc
c TI l eriing tr iDC the thoroughfare e to a Great GreatH1 GreatI I
H1 I I Way ay as many maa > y people observed observedF oboaiiedTic II 4 4T
Tic T F t > fireworks f1 work8 lasted ed one hour hoart and andwitnessed
1 n t I witnessed t by throngs tb of people peoplewlh peoplewF I
wlh surged around the scene A flery
lelntation zel ei + ntation of Niagara Palls with withfintghf I
fintghf igM emblasoned on the mass
01 i brilliancy wa w was the finale ae and the
> B3ta rai 1 t crowd sur SUIJIed ed toward Peaawyl PeaawylTiaJTT PeInIII71ald
tesua > ald TiaJTT veaue to witaess tile utoptey utopteyIt dltplitd y oC ofIt
nd light IihtIt
It was as a gala occasion dariBg l the thening
evening ning the carnival < < spirit prevailing
A Ai A i e from the tre frequent iuent dashes between
f tight t fans there IeIIe were no disturbances dbtu dntarba > eoea
Dunns LJu in the day y there were e numerous numerousv a aents
ecr ents v < > ts to iuUiurt the t holiday ceowdn < > wd wdr
T r v f I were w various rl9as athletic events eventsanuatfc tVIi tVIiaqlatc erstaaqatc
anuatfc sports ball games < < ames patriotic ex
err T r rs 1 and Dd other amusements 1IIIeIDeDts to aced 0Id
di i version to resJdesjts Hundred Hlllldr ll of
families 5 arm lies held d picnics ta the parks others t tnt
went ni driving or autotag a aTn
Tn a general ae eral way Washingtons W 5 third thirdsane thirdsane
sane Fourth was a great peatma success tIdnIl I
marred ma mod jssuy y by b the confusion resulting reaal IIC
> > m the Reno R ne eventBRUSSELS event eventBRUSSELS eeatBRUSSELS
7tRI88ELP nRtS8E Jjly J iIY 5 A new Engi English EnglishP ate I
P 3 s spa paper 1 per > er will make its it Ann appearance appear appearance appearJ1p ¬
ance J1p in Brussels Rr UeJs under the auspices of ofthe oftle
the RnssH R nel tri Agency which owns 05 the thePriissels t tJ thePrussels
t Priissels J ls paper Pf U tfao Puir uir Thjc ra new ven venture vent ¬ I
ture t II no is i to be a morning daily and will wOl7x wUIa
7x b able a hIe to tap the London Loo eD evening evftduIp
p I > ers rs wbicji arrive e here about ia ii a m
11 1 t is i s said that the new paper is to be beTr ben
Tr 1 on n the toes of the SoIttJlat Sotr that is it ith Itk
k h 1 r depend i ncI lor t or its moneymaking ceY making Idn oft ofsa oftAdvertisements I IiLrti
Advertisements a iLrti rtiseuuen and lid not on its n seniag seniagfr JM iIC iICr
fr r r r r ct The j Bob ta practically praetka ly given giveniviny gjvt givenfor n nH
iviny H i1 > for it is Bold rtd lei in the kiosks at two twot j
v t Itim utimea tim > a The Th title tltl of th tM new daily is isyet i lst
> yet known but it is reported thai thOlljo I
jo is s < to be called the Dally Telegram I IA I IA
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The R Rev Re Y < Dr r Woodrow oodrow Tells of Variegated Sleeping SleepingAp SleepingApparel Ap Apparel Apparel ¬ I
parel parelRather Rather j ather Than of Pani c and Prayer Pray r Reported In InSensational InSensational I ISensational
Sensational Accounts J
i The Rev Dr 3fcwoe H Wooftrow W Wodrowprior 1r 1rfill
prior fill f tb IM Paw PINt PINtardt Cenprep Conartgattonai ConartgattonaiChore tinetl tinetltoday
Chore today told numerous IIIt friend frieDdawile frieendewho friendwho I
who xsrited e bed en n hst ef ate t amusing 111 Pllg and andthrfitmg aMtIariIIIaIr andthriiidp
thrfitmg experiences ex when the Baltic Balticthe BIIIUrtM 13dUrthe
the big ocean eeeaa liner was rammed > y an anoil ani1 n nell
oil i1 tank steamer in midocean D tail tailThursday la laThwaday
Thursday Ill nighTales nlSMof night nightratas
Tales of praying panicstricken eIl p Pl8 Pl8en pa > s es saengers
aengers s gers en as printed in seme e of the New NewYork Nnry Newrrk
York y newspapers were stead greatlerated e q aggetated
getated erated be sW W IJ but everyl everylboard everybody v Cod on onrea1 onboard
board realised rea1 ed that tact boats had nar narrow 1IR1row narrow ¬
row escapes from bvinc 1ktAc1Ik sank It ItWa8 ItWa8rirtuaJl was wasvirtually wasvbtnalt
virtually rirtuaJl a headon collision and butfor bat bati hatfer
i f for r that that fact there would have have been logs iosIoC ioa3et
loT oC We 1UeI
I wa was in bed asleep when the crash erasbeae crashCase
Case shortly before midnight For Forhoars Forherra
J hoars before the great t whistle 1a1e find findblown aJ aJblown
blown and I kn knew w at once some mis mishap mishap ¬
f Ihap hap had occurred I dressed in record recordbreaking recordbleaking recordbreaking I
breaking time and went an deck where whereI
I saw w a marvelous arms of nightgown nightgownkimonos n nightgownskimonos 5h I IJJlDono
kimonos pajamas JaIlUUl and bathrobes bath of ofvariegated ofvarieptM ofvariegated
variegated hues Some of the women womenwere WOIDeIIe womenwere
were e frightened fr1 htened bat most of them MIft MIftJok w were werejoking r rJoking
Jok Joking realizing that there was n 1M dan danA daner danad
ad er erA A sailor ilor on the oil tank boat received receivedROOSEVELT receivedROOSEVELT
Just How Colonel Will Gloss GlossNonProgressive GlossNon GlossNonProgressive
NonProgressive Non rogressive Policies PoliciesIs
Is a Problem ProblemThta
I Thin city is waadtdo l I J fret what Gdend eel Celne eelRIIIl ¬
end MeaseveU RIIIl will aye r kb apeetdtm apeetdtmI Iulu Iulube
I ne be wH deliver in II the thecampaign Jbusots JbusotsI tft IU IUI
I campaign favorable te teSeDater Senator Henry Henryj ur urI HenryCabot
Cabot Lttds LttdsThat IAd IAdTIaat
I That lie will take JEe a MrieIJ lea ef speeches speecheshi U dl dlhi
I j hi the interest test of the 8e 8arst Senators Uera rs re reelection reehcUoD reelection
election has been ansjonaiinj VI oIIIi by I the thei
i I Msssathusttts 1 statesaaa etnt tat a hiNwelf hiNwelfj K
r j Senator L Lod Ledge dge has h s stood fer abort all alljthe allt
t jthe the policies which the former Prod Proddents Presidents PnIddeats
dents followers In the Senate have op onposed opJoOMCL opseed
posed seed He has been eat of 0 tile wheei wheeinorses wheeiherses
I norses of c the organisatiofli ot utioa be helped helpedt I
t to pass the PavneAldrich tarW law lawand lawand I
j and has been its eMef eid f defender dete dft since sincei sincethat
i that law went W It into effect e < < ect Thai law laWbefta
I has been the object of special I attack attackhow attackby ttacktbe
by the JlllOeA pnlareuolra 01 Rootvelt Yeit mea meaia menis I
ia both houses of c cHw Csagrea CsagreaHew I
Hw to support Senator Loqe wIt lit litfiIMIInc atfunding i
funding fault with ds own OWJIto pdida or orhow I
how to support the Senator Seaat r a Ritheat Ritheatand it itIl it6vutsupporting
supporting Il what tile Senator hea let oe dateand oeaad
and stood J eOd for hi the peculiar po position positionta Oettlaa Oettlaawlalcla Iron IronI
ta I which W Washington politicians t ctaa ctaar find findI Andthe
the forcer r Pradent t Placed pIaeedPMl PlacedPersonal
I Personal Defame Dc epee PwIt Pseatste PseatsteIt
It Is suggested that Roosevelt mightcouline might mightcomtee IIdIIItCOIIftIIe
comtee himself hi simply to Ledge a aexisted so a amar
mar A long personal frtendthip ip tits 1Iasexisted titsexisted I
existed between the New England ED < < 1aDd Sen1 Sen1ator s aer aerator D Dat
ator at and the former President Pre ldeat Etch Etchbas j jhas i
has the highest esteem f teeIa for the quail quattUes quailties
Ues of the other It a is said thereforethat therefore thereforethat UMleforetIIat
that Roosevelt t might JDlt at go before bef ore re the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of Massachusetts and contend Cottendthat eoatea4that contendthat
that they owe It to t their Senator to I Int8nI toreturn j jusefulness
return dill 011 tile pd of a his great greatusedutneu t tIlls
usefulness Ills eminent eefaotarsMp and aadI andhis j jhis
his I IJ faithful service to his States inter interTo baterTo interests
ests estsTo To pursue a course like this it ituId lei leiargued le leargued
argued would uId ta a measure are satisfy sati fy the tbeSelNLtOC theSenators i iSenators
Senators friends and successfully successfullyevade sueaduilyevade y I IMa4Ie
evade the issues which Representative RepresentativeButler R RepresentativeButler el
Butler Ames A will raise ta his fight t upon uponthe 1II uponthe Oft I
the record of Lodge It would top too to ihiews i illewe
Iteve the Colonel of the necessity necessitydiscuutag of ofdfcscuasteg t
6K dfcscuasteg K the questions raised during duringtn tIurInctbc duringthe I
tn the Taft ada attaMtradollThere attaMtradoll 1ioinntratioaThere nistratioB nistratioBThere
There are plenty of others however howeverwho howeverwho
who contend that Roosevelt will not notaee BOtto notsee
see to evade They say that he will wfllcome willCIOIDe willcome
come out and speak his 111 mind What WhatM
It is that is on M lib mind Is what politi political polfdeat ¬
cal Washington W Wasl dfltttoa is ponderta JI pondetIPAraea III hrla9 hrla9ArMS I IAraec
ArMS ta Assail Tariff TariIt Tari r j jknown
It is known that Representative RepresentativeA ael elltade j jAsnes t
Asnes A tes will attack the PayneAMrick PayneAMricktart
tart tacit < < and its effect eet upon the cost ofj ofjHvtag 0 d dltvlog i iIl
Hvtag Il He will attack the Admtaistra Admtaistrations Adminintrapolicy 111
tions conservationof conservation < policy as represent represented I tnt tntell ¬
ed by the Bantnger supporters Among Amongthese Amongthese JIIOIIC JIIOIICth
these th e supporters has been Senator SenatorLodge I ILodge ILodse
Lodge Locally Mr Ames will assail asrail9c n I ISenator ISEator
Senator 9c isator LoJge Lo as a political boss He Hewill Het t twill
will heM him up as a machine poUtI politician poUticlan ¬ I Iciaa
clan depending for his moot loyal support sup support 1 1port
port upon the Interests Lt terelJtll reaa whieh wble be protested pro proteeted i iteeted
teeted when tbe tariff legislation was wasbetng wasbeing
being framed namedTo i iTo I
To indorse tndor e Senator Lodge without in indors mwhat Ldorssag i
dors dorssag g what Lodge Iod < < e represents repre ents will be bea becontradictory bea
a contradictory attitude fm for the Colonel Colonelto
to take To indorse him andto and to swallow JWI1owthe swallowthe i ithe
the Lodge policies wm be equally equallytradictory XMI XMItradtctory ontrediccory
tradtctory it Is pointed out This TJ s is isthe I s sthe I ItJw
the situation which makes the forthcoming forth forthcoming forthcoiDs
coming Roosevelt speeches 81 c a matter of ofkeen ofJteea ofkeen
keen interest interestSenator Int IntSeDator interestSenator
Senator Lodges s friends here believethat believe believethat bell e ethat
that the former Presidents indorsetrlat indorse indorsemen IndonwJDeIK
men JDeIK trlatand of their candidate oh will be full tulltfte fullfree i ifree
free and unqualified 1IDquaJi The Ame < people peoplehowever people9tt peoplehowever
however 9tt claim that Roosevelt Roo evett will sim simniy simIlly aimply
ply O OBELGIUM T K his friend as a national per pernasality T Tfty
nasality fty and win do nothing more JDOreBELGIU1 moreBELGIUM
PARIS July 5 50TIM 50TIMfete The great national nationalfete nationalfete
fete of France commexaqratina grating the fall fallof taUof fallof
of tfce Bastite to be celebrated July 14 14will 14iII 14will
will iII have added i Interest tenIK this tldlJ7 year for forthe fori forithe I Ithe
the reason that the King and Queen QD eD of ofBelgium ofBellttum ofBelgium
Belgium are expected expect to visit vJ It President PresidentFalUeres ProddettFalierea
FalUeres Fa 1ere8 at that time toneThe timeTbe timeThe I
The review of the French troops at atLangchampe atLongchamp8 atLongehampe
Langchampe in which tens of thous thousands tJaousaDeb thousands ¬
ands of soldiers will participate will be bethe bethe
the principal feature f ture of the celebration celebrationand I
and will be witnessed by the royal vial visitors vialtoys ¬
= toys I IHOUSE
1 1I
et r rRandle
Randle Highlands is the thesame theme thesame
same me distance from the Capi Capitol Capitol Capitol ¬
tol as Dupont Qrcie Lots and andbuikiing mdbuilding andbin1dmg
building sites from 250 to
1000 Easy terms termsU termsU termsU
U S Realty Company omoany
tk stt it t I Pa a Ave s IV n ws Wb ib D c cr cL
c =
numerous mJorJe mchMHm htcttdiltgbruhen mchMHmbroken
broken ribs n INK none of C the iasanngrrr iasanngrrron JMIJi 1 it V
on the Battle were hurt Dr Woodrow WoodrewPaid WoodrowaJd Ii IiMd
Paid aJd had the oH taak takst8liMer t amer attack te teBaltic deBaltic thelialtW
Baltic midships 1I dIIb1p there would have lave been beenloss I bearlase ecII ecIIloss
loss of life HfeEr lifeIr UfeCr
Er Wocdrow said SI tI that he observed observedthat oae oaeUt obeergedthat
that the customs offlcmte now newJtlNter exerdse exerdsegreater eiercinegreater
greater vigilance In the mapeetion of ofluggage ofI ofluggage
luggage I They 1 are particularly keen keeam1rjII keenexainha i ixaroini
exainha xaroini m1rjII > g dresses worn nr women a aruse aIUSP aruse
ruse of fimuBlers gmu Miner to sew ew several severalhundred severalhundred evftihuad
hundred huad dollars dDIf worth of lat to l an anorkinary allori anorirnary
orkinary ori < nary own shnpry to escape payingduty paying payingduty JJaIDduty
duty dutyIn dutyI dutyIn
In I reference to the third woM W < 7III 7III11IoII ntis ntisstonanr misMoaaty
stonanr 11IoII conference CUII eunfer < < efte ene e which he taeatteuckd taeatteuckd9c attended attendedat
at > Bftrataarg Scotlawi 9c tJaDft Dr Woodrow Woodrowsaid V vo4rOW vo4rOWaid a odrowmid
said that h would Id prove to be the great greater
er e church conference eNDee ever er beta iNlda and wiG wiKiaatkm wiGbeui willbe
beui be an important factor In the fOvfacel fOvfacelisation evategelisation
isation of the world worldG worldcoqe worldGorge
Gorge G orge W F S Swartxell artseU and Dd Dr DrWtllace DrWJa DrWallace
Wallace WJa < e Rad RadIIfe ltffe were the Methodist Methodistand MetIIodiRad t tand
and ad Presb Presbyterian > terian d legates respectively respectivelyfrom dvlY dvlYo
from Washington o to the Edhubur Bdhiburg Ed = k con conference confernce ¬
ference Thy remained abroad r rt with whhthen withtheir =
then t 1r wives Mr 1 Swartzell his wife wifedaughter wifedauchter wifedaughter
daughter and two sons intending IDtendtn to tovhH tovIP tovir
vhH vIP + t Italy ItalyUTEflUL ltal ltalMATERIAL ItalyMATERIAL
Campaign CampaignFOR Organizations of ofBoth ofBoth ofBoth
Both Parties Open Their TheirHeadquarters TheirHe TheirHeadquarters
Headquarters HeadquartersThere He dquarters dquartersTbere l lThere
There will be four fMwMtfsjbeaos feuatP feuatPca of ofcasjinaiam oftirewb
tirewb casjinaiam r literature and ea cawpaipq ca cat UVaiRtt era oraters eratos
ters t Haifa U Ute e fortheomb f x debt nht to towta to1JIe towin
win the next xt house ae of Representative RepresentativeHeaJqaavrtenr 1te11 Re t raentadyes raentadyeslieJonon tkM tkMH
HeaJqaavrtenr H lieJonon + ea for one e or r 1Ie 5e e other of ofthe f1lthe ofthe
the camnaiga cItt rnmtnlt1nil T v41 W be opened openedIn 0DeeeItbia
In that ctty in New York to Chicago Chicagoand Chicanoana
and 1 In 3c Loin LotkiaFrom xo xoF LoinFrew
From F Frew these four t centers u ire > e ftjchting ftjchtingforth AldttIiaCtIM nbthr6men
men if tIM t two wrier with no forth forthFrom forthFrom ewULFrena
From t them them Ute twe enaJnnca irmea and their theiraesistants theirants
ants t will direct the hatt battle rattJe1IJIIaB e and andunless andunless
unless aH spirit faA this t years cam camuaten cantnokrn
uaten wh wBI l be the hardest t fniurht II m mTears ba baYea inyears
Tears TearsAlready yearsUrendy Yea
Already Rearesentative R tt e Lloyd of of88CDei MlTsonil Mte Mtetwori
twori has opened hta 1 WasalsKtsn W W411Uten head heaiocarters headttrarters
ocarters lie has employed a corns co of ofclerks etdHb ofclerks
clerks and political > > wrUrs and has pat patthem putthese t
them to t Work They TIle are prioarina nt literature nterature
erature and speech material for sr rte IfceCandida rtecandidates
Candida candidates teg TMs they are mslHR out outin ut utin
in hunt quantities QtltteaPI anantitlssPlans i iA
PI Plans fr Hea Headquarters HeadquartersA tlturlea tlturleate
A liftle te later Mr Lloyd expects to toOI toopen j jIsaas
OI open I heudquarters rtenl 1ft both botIat Chicano < aad aadat
at < = t Lolls He does not expect to tothe invade invadethe invadethe
the Bast to tf the extent of matataininc IllahataIa IIC a asusstarhin aIa awbis
susstarhin In New ew York TG1L The on Eastern Easternwtaa EMIerawi Easternwing
wing wi of the Aght will W be directed from fromWaHimnton fromW fromWtsidstoh
WaHimnton W The far West and the thegpuUiusat the9eotwic
gpuUiusat s win be handled tarooxh 8C 8CLoafs 8tLoaIs ulLLouis I
Loafs and the middle and Northwest Northwestwin N NwtDbe Northwestwill
win wtDbe be worked lIed through thr ugh the tbe8e3k Chicago ChicagoalMMM Chicagodine
dine dinepig
pig 8e3k pttive Ye McKinley 0 tt IUiroa IUiroaabets In InJ
alMMM Aavcus 1 will open headquarters bea4qoartersin era eraIe
in both New York and Chicago Claka Cbk ao for the tbewe theJ1e theso
we of tl tIe Renabtican ComneBatonal Casnrreadeaaleoernktee ComneBatonalmittee Cv4 1 1romttee
romttee mittee He wW eeeuwr tbe St StJames saJae StJames
James Build Buildine ng ta the f former rn r dty and andthe andthe andthe
the AudHorlum HI the latter t1 Mr Mo Moa Me MeKtr McKtnigy
Ktr Ktnigy has not decided 7cl whether wIMtIterbe or ort
a t be will maintain taMn a branch efflce ta taWashteirtou hiW hiSo hoWsahhtntoe
Washteirtou WashteirtouSo W
So far neither committee eI appears to tohave tohay tohave
have hay gathered ta II a afor great eat deal oC ea east eastfor It Itf
for f campaign purposes Appeals A A80Ite have hayagoneoat havegone
goneoat gone out from here to the friends of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Democratic party for money moneyPlenty MOIIe7PJeaty nnoreyPlenty
Plenty ef I Issuer IssuerThat Isa Isahas uM uMnee
nee appeals apt fort forth that the party partyJaIIII partyhas
has r enty 1t7 of issues this thiswtoKk tw year yeartu upon uponwhi
wtoKk whi h ttf go before he people but butneeds ktDee butneeds
needs Dee at money moneyEach moneyEach ey eyEadt
Each Mwty i 1ft the coming eoIIIi campaign campaignwftl ea eawill
will have an auxiliary aux iary organisation organisationTtae or tioft tioftJiIIe
Ttae Republican committee will work workwith workwkIa workwith
with and through the I Iea league ajroe of Repub Republican RepQbI Republican ¬
I lican caJI cubs lobs organized during du the last lastPresidential lutPreiGea lastPres
PreiGea Presidential Pres detdal aJ campaign eamPI P by John Hays HaysMamnjnd Ha HaH BaysHam
Mamnjnd H Ham = JIId and his associates dat A meet meettea Jneetlow meetlug
tea of this th organization will 1 I1 be held In taNew InN InNew
New N York shortly mortl after the midsummer midsummerprimaries naldeullllllelprinlaries midsummerAt
primaries primarieslook prinlariesAt
At tile a same tilDe tM Democrats lIIOCrata win winlook willlook
look for help to the thei emecratic > Federa Federation Fe Federadon fta ftadon ¬
don organized during du the test few fewweeks fewwHIts fewweeks
weeks of Congress by Senator Owen Ow an1 an1othen aJotbeno an I Iothers
others > Headquarters H uartlg of t this thI organtsa organtsatfcm ergardzation
tfcm have been opened in this thl city and andHs aMIts awlIts
Its activities begun begunBy betunBy begunBy
By iie e flrst week in August the cam campaign e canipaigo o owin ¬
paign win be active all alone a the Ito 1rteThe hwThe ItoThe
The party organisations are > Just aodr aodrleesting rwisr rwisrresting P Pratinl
resting on their oars waiting waitl for Oust Oustcandidates th theircandidates r reandiiates
candidates safely saffI to tide tid over the pri primary 111mary primary ¬
mary and convention conyentionConCOrdith season seasonConcord seasonConcordwith
Concord ConCOrdith with AraNotch AraNotchEvanSton Ara Noirh NoirhEvanstonvi otclI otclIEvanstonwith
EvanSton Evanstonwith with th Buttonhole ButtonholeTHE ButtonholeTHE j
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Jew r 3trach h for comfort and nd plenty of room
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Thirteen Preachers and Two TwoBlack TwoBI TwoBlack
Black BI ck Cats Overbalance OverbalanceRabbits Ov OverbalanceRabbits rbalance rbalanceRabbits
bSM bias hasnet 1 ask lost Rite tit t Ms I 8 rabbits rtSbrtsfoot rabbitsfoot r8bltsfoot
foot but be plaintively pIaJatI declared ded red in vln vlndicating vlndIeathtc vindicating
dicating lt t that that It wasnt wusu t enual to tods todoable 01 01cIMt
cIMt doable ds bl hoodoo hoodooBiqgfcnm boodosBiggillm
Biqgfcnm forsook r JeumaUsn come comeyeasa aomyears DO DOy
years y ago f for r U the tfa purpose parp ee of telling tellingstories tellin tellinfa tellingMocks < <
stories tn his own naive and delightful delightfulway
way and since then he has been atxu atxujnulatinc acutiDc acxuloelating
jnulatinc tiDc ntatotes and prominence He Hewas HeWU Hewas
> was returning from t Kurope urope on 1h 1hsteamship the thesteams thBaltic
j steamship Baltic when it t collided witn witnthe wit wittile n nthe
the German G < < IDaa tanker Standard nearly a ailles aII athosand
thosand stiles illes II east of Nantucket last lastThursday lastThngsday
Thursday 7 night and lid that is IIIBlnihamW7 Bingrham Binghamsway a away
way of telling tel how It happened
1 knew 1 ew something 8OUMtb would Id happen he hesaid h hI hesaid
said Just ju as soon ooa as 1 learned that thatthere thattIaeft thatthere
I there were w thirteen ministers nbtens and two twoMack t twobiscit WQ WQblack
Mack cats on board I am willing to toput topat toput
put the rabbits rabl it font f4 nt against the tr thirteen thirteenbut thirt thirteenbut n nbut
but the Mack cat C were two too many manyI
I bad masjivtegs Il ll vtIIp Or I looked at the themoon thetnOOII themoon
moon over my r left shoulder er counted countedeightyseven countedeCbtyaevea countedeightyseven
eightyseven four times backward and andrubbedmy andrubbed andrubbed
rubbedmy rubbed J my nose no e with the third linger lingerof
of my left band MV seven times UI S in order io iohelp tohelp g gtp
help matters tteh along aI4Jn < < and counteract the theinfluence thoinnuence theinfluence
influence of the black cats catsBut catanut catsfut
But it t was w of no use e whatever We Wehad Wehad Wehad
had gone three days without seeing seeingsight eein a asipt asight
sight of any other otb vessel and then we weran wetan c cIan
ran into the fog f e The old foghorn was wasblown waablQwn wasblown
blown for ten seconds every 7 minute minuteand minUland minuteand
and nothing nuthl happened On Thusrdajr Thusrdajrnight ThuardaYnht Thusrdainight
night nearly rI everybody bad rttired n tired an anI anu
I was watching tcblne a bridge wniat w aist gang gamin pmIn gangin ¬
in the cardroon when we wer wee e startle startleby stactlrlby
by hearing two t sharp rp whittles the theaigral th thaipaI thesigraI
aigral for full speed astern asternWe astersWe ern ernWe
We started for the door but beforewet before beforewe befOfOwe
we wet Breached ched it t there tM was a crash I Iasked Ian Iasked
asked an of oed 3r er what had happened and andhe andhe andhe
he said w he t didnt < know kDo but presumed presumedUsxt pnsumedtJat presumedthat
that w we ha had hit something nwtbl C W We e had hadWe hAde hatlWe
We e had bumpd against the Standards StandardsAS
AS we had beNs standing ataDdtn still till for some someBute IIOm IIOm1IU1e somelittIe
Bute time IDP I guess the Standardt was wasth wa war watoI wasth
th shin at fault t However I didntknow didnt didntknow n nt
know r whether we were going = = to toI sink or ortot ori04
tot t but I thought It best be i to arouse Mrs MrsBtngham XnBiotdaLn MrsBtnghan
Btngham and did so Then I went on ondeck ond ondeck
deck d < < k
deckThere k1beI
There was w no excitement and no nopanic noThe nopanic
panic The boats w were re all got ready in incase inJf incase
case < rn Of Jf emergency eJle and passengers n ngers enJ cam carman camu camfon ¬
an u Jerk ta various stages of dress dr Th Thearl Thp Thptarl Thearl >
earl of Suffolk appeared In liia pajamas pajamasand pajamasaDd pajamasand
and a s smoktaa ok Jacket JacketWhat jadMtWI jacketWlst
What WI happenedT he asked aakt of an anofficer anWeve anofficer
officer officerWeve
Weve collided with another anotb r ship shipwas shipwas hip hipwa
was wa the reply replyReaU replyReader
i Reader ReaU asked the earl Are Areabout ea eaabout I Iabnut
about to sink sinkI
I think not replied the officer officerOh offl officere r rOh
Oh e very Vfl well 0 replied r hi hill V lordship lordshipand n > rds bip bipand bipa
and a d hf bt cigarette te and calmly re returned Tfhinted returned
turned to h1s his hI stateroom stateroomDEATH lIt stateroomDEATH eroom eroomDEATH
I HILLSDALE HILL LALE MlctL July 5 6At At the thetJifc th thof theage
age of nntytwo < < jhfartVouaden jhfartVouadenspinster tJifc I1 Vousden Vousdenspinster YousdenSJillter
spinster is lead at t the county count farm farmBorn farmJie farmItorn
Born Jie in England ED < < land she followed her be betrothed b btltbed betrotted ¬
trotted to America ArrerI tracing tl1LCln her way waythrough wa waytbr y ytbrouc
through tbr ongl the forests for of Michigan until untilshe un untilshe t 1 I IJe
she Je found f him at 11 HllloaaVc HI 1e wedded to toanother toalt toanother
another anotherShe alt anotherSbe ther therShe
She never returned to her home bu buworked hilIworINcI butworkded
worked a ri < various hotels tote In this city cityand elt dtvand v vdRw
and dRw elsewhere Us where te southern uwra Michigan Michiganfor J cJdpn cJdpntor
for a number D er = of years until ti conftne conftneto eoaec1Ia < <
to the comity C4 eIIty home a dosen year yearne yearShe y ybe
She be e was badly y crippled having haYingbeen havingbeen
been ia two era the laatone last one at Mar Marirtrll Xarun
un ll whensn w when abe fell from rr the tiletery aoconr nnsttac4story aoconrstory
story to the sidewalk alk below breaking breakingthrongh 1 breakingthrough reklngthro
through thro h an Iron grating She was injured in InJUrM
permanently permanentlyDISTRICT pennaneatlyDISTRICT permanentlyDISTRICT
CHARlX CHARIoTrESVIIIF CHARIYUrs > TTBSVIIjLK 8VIIdF Va July S 5A 5ACtilar 1Aipectacular A Apectactilar
pectactilar Ctilar historical pageant te which whichsixteen whle whlemteen whichsixteen
sixteen teachers from roaa the District Dl trlet ofColumbia of ofColumbia etlclUtwlbia
Columbia acted as escort to Uncle Sam Samind SUaa Saanand
a and ind Columbia was the feature ef the theFourth 11MFoUjrtb tinsFo
Fo Fourth of July celebration here TIM Thsnt TlMpageant TIM1tt
pageant 1tt was given fcr the students at attbe attbe atthe
tbe University of 0 Virginia Virginiaschool VIrpnIaaItooL an nee neecvistumes
school aItooLThe schoolThe
The cnatusses u were varied ADd pictur picturesque plctwrue Ctwr ¬
esque ue 7h hre re were W N kitten and lid lidnploreT queeue queeueexplorers 3u 3uexplorers
explorers early settlers uIenI Indian I flghtera flghterafi itats itatsfr
fi skim ntientmen en cowboys cowboys presidents of ofthe eCtlte ofthe
the InitM i nttad ut States Sts ea signer IIII of t the theDecteration theDeclaratioa rteDeclaration
Declaration of independence stateameu stateameuand tatetllllella
and a ttterary men Some groups were wererostomed wereroe we re rer
rostomed roe r amtd tn tl portray flags fta State flowers flowersand aowereand ftOw ftll ftllaDd
and State emblems emblemsMiss emblemsMiss
Miss llii Elisabeth Brown roWD of Washtogt Washtogtportrayed W1IwteaOrtra Waehhngttnportrayed
portrayed Ortra Columijla The 71 District I > teach teachers t4ttcbtol tlttcbers ¬
ers tol were d dand dP8lMd in red wllt white wad blue blueand blueand
and carried a rrf > d streamers streamersthe and bIuuteI8 banMtCCuba
Cuba and the Phlepphies Phm IIIICbe4 whir whirthe
the District contingent contingertkinNFY contingentKID
KID kinNFY KlnAJEY Ev Is Ist Isdeceptive a ttsaa deceptive disease disetsettsaa diseasethousands
LI1 t thousands liave liaveTROI1RI 1aa tt ttTROUBLE itdont
TROI1RI TROUBLE IKVJUDLL F sa and > A dont know it If Ieyou
you want g goo4 T results resultsyou ha hayou tx txKilmers
you can make no mistake me using tag Dr DrKilmers
Kilmers SwampRoot Swam Root the great kW kidney kWn JdcIIfrnPdy
ney n > y remedy rpm > dT At druggists d in any anyaDd nftyand cent centand
and dollar asses Sample nettle fey feyhow bymall T Tmall
mall free also pamphlet Iet t toiling sera serahew y
how to nod out if you have kidney kidneytrouble kI kidneytrouble Dey Deytr
trouble troubleAddress tr troubleAddress ub1e ub1eAddress
Address Dr Kilmer fc Co Bing BiagI
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OOPFJTiAGKN July 6 The Tb tiny tinyGtbinet n IIc v vcabinet
cabinet c btnet is composed e of Klaus tJ Bernstein Bernsteinpremier Belmitil1remJer Bernesteirpremier
premier and lad mil mt minister later of defense entIe CountAhlefeldtLaunig Count CountAhlefeMtLaurvig CountAhlelri
Ahlelri AhlefeMtLaurvig tLau1V Iit foreign t minister Il JliR r Mr MrN AfrN It r rNzergaatd
Nzergaatd N ercaard 1d finsn ftnane ° e mMOter m r A ANIe ANfelsen ANfelsenminister Nielsen Nielsenminister eft eftmin
minister min 8ter of agriculture lture and Mr Mr Sven Svenderuo SveadtnIn 8trcademo
demo TTinl inlter ter of Interior
t1L4IAIBURgAON q < JLtIX > N86IJR t1sAONa A0NK Frenc Fr ace JIeeaatomebUe Jo J JAn
5 An automobile ta which the fiecans thedl A Acans
cans dl were ere drivta dri driviaa to Vienna Viemaat was wastUiiMd wasttirned
tUiiMd t atll In a ditch in an attempt to avoid avoida voida
a bJzfL b iU Two of the women pasenger pasengerwere pa paeeuaetswere ense ensewere
were seriously y injured Inj red The members membersof
o of the party have not yet been identified ldenti identidedr ed
OCEAN CITY N X July Jal fc By the theexplosion UteexpIoeIon tbsexpiaiolt
explosion of a peanut roaster on the theboardwalk tIII tIIIboardwalk theboardwalk
boardwalk bare Mrs M M I 1a Force ef KD6
D6 73 a Newer New street rest lea Camden CaJndea1Cided was safety aewntilywashed safetyShe
washed on ue arm dewy her lIMe lIMeShe Mde9hte
She wa was pasjsrag pamth me the stand when tlr ta a explosion apI08IOD aplosieiu ¬
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