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Partly P and Cloudy c Thursday Thwsdayi outy J Tomght Tomghtand To hi P he jflftfljffl II fl a hinllfon ijinlctt fl LAST EDITION EDITIONYesterdays EDITI N i jl jll1MBER
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Lawyer A D Smith Says SaysHarbor SaysHarbor SaysHarbor
Harbor Boat Is Used for forJoy forJ forJoy
Lack of Lights Ws OR Ffecsore Craft CraftAlso CraftAJ8G CraftAIsa
Also a Menace Da tce toBoatmen tGBoamtell to ivBotialew
A D ZX Smiths Complaints Complaintson
on River Conditions ConditionsThat
That pelioc vigilance OH the Fo Folemac P PtSRHlC Pew
w lemac Tlvtr IK tax 1aLThat taxThat laxnat
That the peHce fesrbwr treat Vfei Vfeilaat 1ISilast i ilaat
laat i II Is > iced fer Jey je ridlsg rlMa ji Wnsr In Instead lateatl Isstead ¬
stead ef BHlrellag the river riverThat rherTllat riverThat
That only tal eRe meter Hw ter < er b beat at I In eem eemplyln e eIIb eemphn
plyln IIb with tile law la respect rellfleette rellfleettetll te todhplaying tedlbBlayiaf
dlbBlayiaf tll JllaJIBJ proper Msktn at Right RightThat wightThat RlJktThat
That the Treasury Departmenteeald Department Departmentcould t tceHIIi
+ could eeHoot < d98d69 3 i ia One Aa if ifbat Utllee ifthese
these vleJetl rIeIetieas ef t the Jew were wereJrsaecmtetl rarepresecateal
Jrsaecmtetl presecatealThat JrsaecmtetlTkat
That bat beys surf men sheet h t recK recKlessly recklesiJly recklesaly
lessly atoBfr aleB the b hawk k Hf f the river riveraad rherBael riverand
and JeepariMase jeeJlar tae lives ef per perThat Jlersea persene
sea seaTJtat seneThat
That he has h had Jut thre tJuo narrow es escapee escapes escapes ¬
capes from being helB hit l 11 by y stray straybullets strayballets tJl871talld
bullets tfrcd rcll in vletatien ef the theCnargnig tINlaw thelaw
law lawCb8rgalg lawc
c Cnargnig that thatlattt tIM pollee Mat VfKI VfKIJaut VI VIlalt
lattt to being i iinstead used for forfn pieasro pieasroinsteei
instead fn teel of patroBms tit the river and aedthe that tMtt1M
the Mes of peneans nisnif frsanantissj fregaeret fregaeretPotomac the thejred theare
Potomac are eriaagod 8 > R 41 41fteiJ
fired D Ssdtlhttn Snrtth mifctloiuej WW today teilaya Mat Mata
a letter to Major aJor Sylvester S calling upon uponthe apGRthe s sthe l
the Police Department to take takeate Immedi Immediate tmedIate ¬
ate action actionMr acdeaXI aeriesfir
Mr Smith charges that the theIs theIs Vigilant Vigilantis
is frequently used for Joy riding ridla parposes par purposes pa papo ¬
poses po eII and gives p as a specific specificthe instance instancethe ce cethe
the use of the boat teat Saturday night nightwhen atghwhen il at atwhen t
when he says Y8 a number of women were werepace werepaM her herpesePg6ees e
pesePg6ees pace angers
paMXy Xy JcIe Idea of tile usee e 0 of tile tit V VXI Yisflaat YisflaatMr fccflaat fccflaatMr
Mr Smiths Smith letter says te that Itshould It ttshould Itshould
should be all that Its name JmpUesshould Implies am amshould secashould
should be manned by ofjfoenr e IeenJ IeenJseek who wonjd wonjdseek WQujdnook
seek for violations of the law and 11II work workwith wodtvwlth rods rodswith
with a view of protecting < < the hundreds hundredsof e6I e6Ior
of people along I9D < < the river riverKearly riverNearly riverNearly
Nearly Hit By Ballet BiflieLMr BalletMr BuetMr
Mr Smith in catting attentioc atten Oli to the thestray daestray thestray
stray ballets endangering A canoeists e eforms mforras m Informs
forms Major Sylvester Syhe ter that last Saturday Satur Saturday sarday
day night t he had a narrow escape ecapebelDg from frombeing frombeing
being shot a ballet Jvst J8Hhead missing miasin hishead his hishead
head while he was anting stttIu with his wife wifein wileIn wifein
in Ms canoe He asserts that oa two twoences tweother twoother
other 0CICaIII0Iu oa as ona > be lad similar experi experience experiences
ences encesIt enceIt encesIt
It is Mr S Smiths stda lths accusation a < < tIea that boy boyand Do Doand boys boysand
and BMH are permitted by the police to toshoot toshoot toshoot
shoot ride and lid re velvets r along the theriver theriver theriver
river as no arrests arre ta nave been beenHe made madeHe madeHe
He said that there fe mach target prac praetice practice practice ¬
tice among 8JItOII < < the men while the boys boysshoot 807111Iboot boysshoot
shoot reckleoary r dd iU at atFIOIII anythingFran anything anythingFrom
From fifty to a hundred shots canbe can canbe canbe
be heard any afternoon after eoo or night along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the river be saM It to an extremely extremelydangerous extreelyda extremelydangerous
dangerous da condition that exists and th thpolice thpolke the thepolice
police should take teal Immediate steps IIte to torapprese tomppre tot
t rapprese mppre the lawlessness JawIe RIeM before rive ore orelost are1ost rrelost
lost 1ostMeter
Motor Boats B ts Carry Ke Lights LigfctS LiptLIr
S ifr Ir r Smith nine bIo 1U tUea a pretest with withth wit witth withthe
th the s Treasury Department regarding regardingconditions repnl repnlc regardingconditions
conditions c < on a the river and tat this thishe thishe thishe
he is Joined jot by a number of the mem membe IDe IDebus smembtra
be bus re o of the canoe clubs cia Regarding Regardingtfl R Rtbfl Regardingthe
the tfl boats on the river Mr Smith say sayniotor sayo sayso
o far as I know there is only onlyDotor one onemotor
motor boat t on the river that te com eo eopLyil compayv i
piyliy pLyil g with the taw 2 in reward to dis displaying dIsr1ayln disjlaying ¬
playing proper PrOJ er light > > at night Many x xor
of the th boats ha hall have we only one light 1I t and andETi andCl andgel
gel ripping and racing up and downj downjContinued down dowaCoatbnaed downContinued
Warm weatber continued during the
last twentyfour tweorty our hours throughout the I
Middle Atlantic AtIaMIclOItEA States StatesFORECAST
For the DI District trIet of Oalanbis MaIy
land and a ct Fk Virginia glda partly IUdrand cloudy tmsomBMhtand lanlsfij lanlsfijand
and Thursday not torch ell change pt > ti IIpHature teenperature teen tcisnjxrature
jxrature ttgbt to med moderate t variable variailewands variablewinds
winds ind indIi
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Whale Wiaae Win ew Glazed for x5 125 U25CEI
Frank aak IJ IJbeey bey Ce C StJi N Y Aveia Ave AVsv
I Named in Ohio
Editor of Marion Star Who Heads Ke loptblicaa KepuUicam Repe1llicaa
puUicam State Ticket la Ohio OhwFffB 0II 0IIFATHER OhioFATHER
Suddenly Going InsaneHe Insane InsaneHe IJJSaDeHe
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WBHMH WI1M I J Carver a aewrsfflner W Wagtitrsten Wagtitrstenewsrauer v 1
M ewrsfflner man > na > a went wddi snddfrnfy tV tVat y arcane tosaneat arcaneat
at c = odoek thUn ate luoinhiir wing at His IdIIIJE hoer hoerI home homeelevettnMMfthsold
I E a trot eet eeteleTftI aoeKheatt pkbd his hiselevenwo
eleTftI elevenwo elevettnMMfthsold theaid son WttHam O Oar OarJOI1 Carrell r rtbe
rell JOI1 aM hurled ae ehhi M Mthe the leeRth of ofthe
the aecondftoor 8rC08I secondAnnr haQ haB fntcturms tn 5naeturtag t his htoskuK It Itnn hissktti
skuK skuKSeveral skttiSeceral nnSneqJ
Several hours hoa Ioa s bier the child ctdYtaken was wastaken wastaken
taken to the mss liasgltal wh whera wherahe ra rabe rabe
be di died d at B4 e C Cr rakk rakkCarver > todL todLCarver
Carver r aprnrenfly a t urtx = ice maniac maahGwas mudaewas maniacwas
was so violent t urban PoUoemen PoIIotL ees Willies WBlnuasand Willaa Willaaand Williesstd
and DeBmfco of o tie ie Ninth Dre Precast Precasttorched precinct precinctreached lct lctreadied
reached the home that tt required the theefforts theetforn
efforts of both Mceroats to restrain
hint JWaHe He was takon to the Government
j 1 Hospital tM for this tII Insane to the patrol patrolAoeordtng DatroIT
T 1 1A
Aoeordtng A to the story which Can Carvers Caner ¬
ers er artfe tie and ad motberfnlaw rf Ja Mrs n nar
Markey ar ey told alga police the baby had
t te4 > ea In the habit bal lt jr j 1 waking up J short ¬
ly after f o clock each IWOntla morning and andsoing aadlOoing andgoing
going into his hi fathers fat r room This Thismorning This1D0nUn
morning 1D0nUn when ben the child cl Jc1 went eat into the theroom tb tbroom
room Mr lira lr Marker Ma Y was awakened by
Carvers loud talk Mrs lira Murkev M Ihrke urkev got
out o of bed and went into her l er sonia
laws la wa roJOlD
As Mshe be did 80 n CIIIer Cg er lira 1IIark Markey y
u asserted erted rted jumped 01 bed picked
the child and ran in the halL Be up
fore Mrs Marker key c d restrain NfIrtn rntrainwail n him he
threw the child acamt ag g 4 the wall aJi on the u
A opposite side sideAbout sideAbout
About 1430 oclock o clock Dr George W
Boyd o of to too t 121 Second street treetJDGDed was sum ¬
moned te o the house to attend the child ebf
He saw that the baby was dying and
I immediately bad the child sent to the
Childrens Hospital lfoepltaLTakea HospitalTakes HospitalTalmo
Takes T Tp Ts Asyimv AsyimvFearing AsyiuenFoxrlag
Fearing p that Carver who was silfraving ctfll ctfllraving fCtIIIravia
ravia raving would attempt to Injure 4 4peiaouB oCber oCberpenoas otheepersons
persons in the house boa e Dr Boyd hurriedaround hurried hurriedaround hlllli l laround
around to the Ninth uieclnct station aDdreported and andreported sadreported
reported the ease ea e Williams and a d DeB DeBmtco DellJUIco Degmice
mice accompanied him to the house boa5cThey houseThey <
They restrained Carver and acting C IIIf on onthe eDthe onthe
the suggestion tloo of Dr Boyd put him
in a taxicab ta t ab and took him to St Eliza EI a
bethsHEINZE beths beth bethHEINlE
Brother of Copper King KingFreed KingFreed KingFreed
Freed on Bail Pending PendingCourts PeooingCourts PendingCourts
Courts Action ActionKSW ActionJfKW ActionIiXW
KSW YOKK Jur Juts uIY 27 TArtier i Arthur Arthurlihwae I IIIr P P1D PI
I 1D lihwae e brother of Fritz Augustas AugustasHeJnse A AH Atgtxhtelidaze
HeJnse H the Montana oWeIJpIteI copper king kingwa kIJIcanellt kingwa
wa wa arrested anellt today hy United States Statesthe StatesJ StatesMaahal
J Maahal nbaI Baledk nca i aI be appeared JA JAtJw inthe
the United States Stat Circuit qreutt Court upon upontenday 1Ipc upona II IIa
a JDOtIea for stay of execution eJE etIo of tile tileteIHIaY thetenday
tenday aetr jnt Hi ee n m the penitentiary penitentiaryimposed pealteDtiarOI peattenuaryimposed
imposed on on him by Federal Judge JudgeHough JudgeHGUCb JudgeHensb
Hough HoughHefnze HGUCbHelnse HensbIielose
Hefnze was sentenced aenten ed on a charge of ofinterfering ofInterferiDc ofnterfering
interfering I with the adminteratlon nratI a of ofjustice o oJu ofJudice
justice Ju = ee in that he is said to have mu mutilated IIIUtDlded mutlhted ¬
tilated and concealed ceaJed the t e books of the thecopper Utecopper thecopper
copper company which were wanted ted by bythe bythe bythe
the prosecution in the recent trial of ofFrfta ofRefuse ofFrta
Frfta Refuse
His at atwould attorneys aanouhcoa tneywould
would immediately make a motion to tovacate toeate tovacate
vacate eate the arrest arrestShortly arrestS attestShortly
Shortly S IortJy after Hetnaes arerst Ms 1 a after attorneys attorI afternays ¬
nays appeared aPPear d before Judge J Hand in the thedrew thecircus I
drew court and Heinze was offered offeredreleased offeredreleased I IreIea8ed
released on a tt StJi Sl6V at < < hood 1I IId until five days daysafter daysafter i iatkr
after the United nlted States Supreme Court Courtconvenes Courtesveua
convenes in Washington WashhtztonOctober WashhtztonOctoberHeinaea in October OctoberHemaes OctoberH I
Hemaes H s appeal to the highest b court willprobably will willprobably wil1j
probably plt > babl hare been decided by that thatHUNDREDS taatIIIe thattime
time timeHUNDREDS IIIe I
OONSTANTETOPUE OO T k OPLE July UIY 1Adeacl TeaAdeadbattle ZZ A dead deadly ¬
ly 1 battle m which the It e casualties anmbored JlumInmdreds num numbered ¬
bored hundreds has been fought Ay the theFrench theJireIIcb theFrncb
French JireIIcb and Turkish troops on the T TunU TulliaTrtoeII TunUTriooli tt Is IsTri0oli
Triooli frontier fro titr acueadteg eehee a li ne tc Ierial scnM analoti4 analoti4m fft fftEraat
rial m l reports rneist here today todar1hMt todayBrent
Brent D De4Ks rs Ginned 4 00 o A APiece APieceP iec
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Regulars Rout Progressives Progressivesand
and Bitterness Marks Marksthe Marksthe Marksthe
the Convention ConventionGARFIELDBALKS ConventionGARFIELD ConventionGARFIELD
VictK Vi IKJ fpr Editor Made Passibleby Passible Passibleby P06Siblenos
by Boas Cox SwJagiag SwJagiagBrowns Swi SwiBrowns Sww SwwBrowns
Browns Votes
Official Taal Results of Ballots j I I ILn
In Ln Conventionfat Convention i iAceenmuy
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Onto July ul7 27 riWarNII Warren G Hardingeditor Harding Hardingeditor I IottJae
editor of ottJae o f the Marion no star was today todaynominated todayt todayasrlaated
nominated t tor governor gevarp or on the third thirdballot tIIIrd1IaIIot thirdballot
ballot by the State Republican BepI Repubtk llcaa a roa roavution OIIYeatlola on onvention
vention after a brisk tight tightThe ftghtTbe tchtiIIe
The iIIe man who will willHanDoa wI oppose Oevermw OevermwHarmon QeveitibrHannon
Harmon the Democratic Ie IeItreacth rsomireeioarhlrM nominee nomineeipuhefvd
ioarhlrM ipuhefvd stremtth Itreacth staadny steemIyBIo1nI aefahl agaawt Judge JudgeBrown Judgeainwa
Brown BrownCox ot Daytea Il yte backed 1IY gotts gottsCox dw dwcox
Cox of Ctncmsmtl Congressman c Niche Nicholas X1cboLoncwordl NicheIns ¬
las Lonaworth th a dark horse fathered father fatherJames fatlaereel
eel by SeIIII tor r Burton James X Gar GarHeld ou1IeId Oataeld
Held who be aaaasnoced siinsnii IRce4 d > is wtt withdrawal ws of ofthe oftIM ofthe
the Btanfipmt 1 altf nlatform adopted by byBoasT bJtbe bythe
the cosvarIO and CanIII A AfII As0
s0 asautary fII s state JItaHCes stateRosin
BoasT Cox w whhe wh ha haKrdSngs > first firstfought 11I I Ir
L LOrela
fought for r t tOren I
Oren Britt Htewr ef Day DayH5nIIaC Daysn > iads iadsHsrdh6
KrdSngs s victory possible When Wbenaew he hasaw j jaw
aw Browns aew cause hopeless bopel hopeleCox Co5t tJoxthe onthe on onthe
the third ballot turned the ninety ninetyvotes bMtyoae ninetyonevotes bMtyoaeyetes
votes in his control over to Harding HardingBy Ba BaBy HardingBy
By that tiM theIast test hope iIIf f the sup supporters supperkrs Q Qof ¬
porters of Congressman CoqreuMaata1aw Nicholas Nict4asT NicholasLogwerth
T ongworxh sonlnbxw ta1aw sC f Thesdoru
R Rneoertt was swept aside asideGe asidtiGrsaad
Grsaad G Ge uad Iat bte DustThe Dust DoetIsrg J
Isrg 1 s war were gramrl lain ue ueIa duet duetcad
cad trtspled on Ia die catrtanloa cOIi cOIiT cOIiTbe to toThe
The combined wvI forces fen of the old oldchine oilctatDe ma machine
chine leaders and the Taft followers followersdommated folbwecadominated foIIowenJat
dominated at the situation situationHaving IIItuatIoaHavill situationHaving
Havill Having < < gamed full ontroloC control oC the therations ueIudeDIJ sea seahrtiems
rations committee with Senator eontee Dick at atits atUIey atits
its head they JIII proceeded to adopt a plat platform pIatlena platform ¬
form that coo commended needed mhd tIM PaynoAldrich PaynoAldrichve PayneAldrichtang AJd dI dItaIUr
tang bID in sweeping terms and JaePrweM gave gavePteideat ve vePrtaidfnt
Prtaidfnt Taft the warmest and aMequhoeal most mostunequivocal mostunequivocal
unequivocal Indorsement ct He was In Indorsed In1Iorwed Indoesad ¬
dorsed moreover for or ftII resjommatton IDiIIa OD in inBC in1lL
BC 81
The he tariff tart < < phutk which 1t1da was shaped up upwas 111waa upwas
was strong enough to auk s It Aldrich him himself hlJDself himself
self anc aJI and win give e Joy to tile high tariff tariffmm tarJm tardfmen
mm m throughout tba h rt the nation nationForce ninonForce Uoa UoaFne
Force Its Adeptiea AdeptieaHaving A AdeptieaHaving eptie eptieHaYDg
Having fashioned f such a platform platt In Intbe illthe tothe
the committee the leaders succeeded MK t 11111 i itIC in innn inmite
mite nn > of protest pnJte tll of the GarAeid Gar Gartbe ma men hi hiArcing in inoretg
Arcing oretg tbe convention to adopt a oI t tt ttvention JtTbe8e it itThese
These protests were ere not beard hear4iveatloa s osa osavetioa
vention however and there t ere was no 110bate debate de debate ¬
bate or fight on tb the floor floor3o door3o
3o depdy d in standpaUsm was risetang the thetarhT tINtart
tart tang < < pIaak that James 4 R It GarHeht re refused rerud retnsed ¬
fused to run on the platform pll fonn ae e would wouldvention wouldJIOt wouldnet
net Jet his Dame be used and lid the COII COIIVftItIon oonvoudon
vention will end with the progressives progressivessnHen progr progra progreesivasullen
sullen and a ct bitter over the medicine ad1 ad1ministered adID ad I Iministered
ministered D lltstered to them themAfter them themAfter i iAfter <
After the platform bad been adopted adopt adopteaailidates adoptedcandidates i icandidates
candidates for governor were wereWhn narreo namdtiWhile narreoWhite
White Robert Nevin was presenting tn t tame tnt1 tnt1name I Iname
name ame of Judge J O B Brown the Cox Coxcandidate Coxcandidate
candidate there was an outbreak of Gar GarHeld GardfIiI Garlirld
Held t entnustesm Cries of GarHeld uGarJleIcJGanIeId GarHeldGarfleklT GareIdGasiIeId
GarfleklT arose roH Garfield however was Was
not wining wtD to allow the use of ofGarfidd his 1d lame lameGduifeld me meGarfIeld
GarfIeld realtaes r this and andat is gratified gratifiedat
at the support that has come forth forthvpontaneousljr forth1ISIT forthspont
spont vpontaneousljr aneooly 1ISIT and hence Is able to as assume a a5U1De assume ¬
sume an independent ID ependent attitude and say
be is fighting for something more im important hItportIIt lenportant ¬
portant than the governorship JoverDO governorshipthat that t at atfor is isfor
for progressive pI08I Ve nri miDclpIea
national Xati al Importance ImpertaaceThe
The re results ul of today are of the High Highest highest ¬
est National importance They give e the thedeepest thedeepest thedeepest
deepest satisfaction to the old machine machinetealers maeI1iDe1ea1en machineleaders
leaders torn Ohio and to tae t follower f Uowent of ofPresMent ofPresident c cPneideDt
President Taft TaftThese TaftThea TaftThese
These dements eltlDe etefnests b for the last three days
have been fearful that in the be rising tide tfetoof ddeof tideof
of Insurgent strength ir CM OWn r James
R Garfield would sweep ltWee the field eIci get t
his platform adopted aIA pted ani an T then be named
for governorSuch governor governorSuch A < I a aSacla
Such a result would lave been herald heralded heralded tenaJdeel ¬
ed by Insurgents 1as1n1r all over the country COUlltryas
as a great vlcl5 victory i a Bowelt ° ° w veft H HYl men menwo1Jlcl menwould
would Yl have 7 eosin SLm III It a SS sign of titi the tIMmaDd de demand demand ¬
mand for a third term for Roosevelt Rooseveltseated R OIIenIIt
Only to Wamen a were formally pre preseated P Pse
se seated te4 to the convention nvntD thoW th k of ofContinued ofContinued
Continued on Second Page PageOTAsusaadc Pae PaeTIn Page13hrueads
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American Amftic Peerage r =
Persons Art Conspicuous C Con Crmspicuws n nspicuoosby ¬
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From the List ListA
A A now suilal oracle has sookoa sookoaIt k kIt en enIt
It ss Co C W a do > L Lyon Nls the flov
emor anal j > I o of the National Society of ofSchwa 0 ddons
Schwa of Colonial Cavaliers His is a aehTanoonxted aIKe0iuint
ehTanoonxted d I censor but that will not notalter notalter lOtaItft
alter the fact that a seed many people 1 peosiwBl
will vut no little store toy bill decree torlie 1 1skc tor
six Years ago lie nIetIYed the tadorse tadorsemet
met oC the late ltrs In Aeror Aerorno utor utorJ
lie J ant became 1 eauDe known as a social socialby sodalorsee
CIIIMr by his work the UltraFashion UltraFashionHe
aIIIe Peerage fill America He hj now nowthat nowcomMisir nowJC
comMisir JC his second YOI volume of that thatW thatwodt thatwoRlt
wodt wodtw woRltWaaddrgton
ashSrgton W cuts a sorry flgure indeed indeedIf tndeerIf
If Mr NteboU hi to be accented as an anaiiv aaarty asaaim
aiiv aaim arty iy HIs ideas of an AmertcftA AmertcftACcntinued A noncan noncanCc
Cc Ccntinued snored on Second Seco l Page Pa e
Market Soars 73 3 Points PointsAmid PointsAmid PointsAmid
Amid Wild Scenes ScenesStock ScenesStock ScenesStock
Stock High HighX HighNgw
Ngw X KW YORX July 37 iA A setwatfoaai setwatfoaairtoe MM MMrt
rise rt e m July J cotton precipitated by D what whatto whatMeIIIeII whatsawed
MeIIIeII to b be 8 ltri n raid strove shorts 8hertsto
to cover er today and sent that option optionsoaring o osoarba optionsoaring
soaring soarba up 73 points po Ita to tSM Ho 1J within wIt ha a f fe femot few fewmoments w wmoments
moments after the tb optnins of the cottoa cottoaexchange cottoaxcball8e cottonxtihaasa
exchange exchangeThe xtihaasaThe xcball8eThe
The market was seesationany MC active activeoOowiag aetive1 activefollowing
following lollo yesterdays s stttggiehAees stttggiehAeesJuly alupglohn g es esThere 1 1TIteIe
There were wild BCeIMSm scenes in the pit Pat as asJuly
July cotton cottoulld advancofl by leaps and andbouAitt andbounds ad ad3obI 1
= bounds going 3obI 1Mp B 2 and I points between bet betweenbids
bids I
At the opening Frank B Wayne bid bidJ bid1L71
Jia J cents for SMW bales and ad a a few fewminutes fewminutes fewmlnate
minutes later offered O < < ere4 14JR for Or X SeM NI baleThe bales balesThe baIeTbe
The boll attack was on and the rises riseswere riseswere I Iwere
were almost abno t unprecedented un Shortly Shortlyafter Shortlyalter Shortlyafter
after the calV eaI M1 lei > > was bM for July Julycotton Julyotton Julycotton
cotton The shorts fled to cover fear fearing fearlag ear earlac ¬
lag a bull demonstration dernon traUoa that would last lastall lastall
all weekThe week weekThe weekThe
The fact that little ram had fallen fallenhi
In Texas and the other big cotton States
had much to do with this series of ad advances advanes ¬ I
vanes ances that forced the bears to the walL
Yeterdas near panic in tho stock stockexchange stockc i
c exchange cbauge during which it seemed the theufterward
bott bottom lllhad had dro dropped ecl out ot vahles was
followed at th the openlo to today y by
ninny substantial mains which which shortly shortlye
ufterward e gave ave ve way before fore the bear bearattack bearattack bearattack
attack of the bigest DI operators in the t
financial district districtEarnings districtEarninp districtEarnings
Earnings of the United States Steel
Corporation were the chief incentive IR < 6IItlve to
the buying In the early moments At
the opening OJel Dl Steel sold at Alb < Sf but rene rcseto
to 64 in nfteen minutes then receded
to C CIn 6lIn
j toIn In the first hour a number of orant import important 1IaJt < < t tant ¬
ant houses took an aggressive aggre aggressiveon tve position positionon
on the bun bell tide of the market for cne has
ant time in ave weeks w eeks beh helping > tec to bold boldprices holdprices
i prices steady In the late l e forenoon foronoonmajority the themajority >
majority iIaj I1ty of stocks Ocb showed substantial substantialgains sab sabettsatialgains taAt1al taAt1alpIDs
gains over yesterdays ye tenJa7s oboePairs dose dosePairs e1oeePairs
Pairs of We i Blinds for forI2s Sr SrTraok 1 35
Znuak LISbe Ubbey Ln H > Ce 6t 6th N V Y TA TAAr Ave
Ar A1
Numbered f r d Aiaoag Am uy the t e UItraFa QitraFaaidwble Utr Fas 4oB iNa ie l of tie Capital la NicioSs Peerage PeerageWashingtons PeerageWashingion Peerager
Washingtons as n on s UltraFash UltraFashionables UltraFashionablesTHE ra as h ton r pnah es esSenator I IfHE
THE INS INSStec > > >
w wSeaatar <
Senator and Mrs J J George GelqePea1HM1y Pabedy PoA ij Were WetaoJeTbe WetmNeT S STM
Tbe T Mimes x e Wetoore WetooreWa We WetareWham MR MRWiIII
Wa WiIII Wham ara m S E Wetaore WetaoreRoger WetaHeRepr WetnsreRoger
Roger W WPiette Wet Wetaor WetaorMr re rePletre
PietteXrs Piette Lear lIard
Mr Richard Tow TawJNeBi TowneeadMrs ai x xaCrs J t f fXrs
Mrs Peter Goeiet Gerry wac Mattidc MathildeTeWfie MathildeTeWfieMr Tewwea TewweaMr T TXl
Mr and Mrs Pony Pfll y BlmenL B BlmenLMr to at atMr
Mr cad Mrs Cbavaeey M DeptwXr Depew DepewXr v vMr
Xr and Mrs r James W Wawsth WawsthMiiet Wa W eworth eworthHiss
Hiss JIi s Margaret and a Catherine Cat eriM Cameron CaseroaMrs CamereRXrs CameronMrs
Mrs Levi Z Leiter LetterMr LeiterMr LeiterMr
Mr and Mrs Beeksaa Wiatiraj WiatirajRepreoeatative Wi WiR6pfe
R6pfe Representative eatative HaaiStoa Hart tea Rsh RshTfce Fr FrTh sk skTJte t
Tfce Th e MtMec PiskMr risk riskMr Fi Fir
Mr r and Mrs Beekaaa Ana LoriHard LHilatdi xr xrMiss v vMiss
Miss i Satrerise Kat eriae eriaeRepreeatative eri e EIkiM Elki s sRepreoeatative k kRepceeeatatiYe
Repreoeatative and Mrs Kicholas L Leagwrth agw gwwtk rtk
Steel Report Causes Reversal Reversalof
of Sentiment and Prices PricesRespond PricesRespond PricesRespond
Respond Sharply SharplyNKVT
NKVT w YORK Y July 27 tiTIM Tho report of ofthe o othe c cth
the untied State Steel Steelmade Corporation Corporationmade orperadonmade
I made public Just after the close of the diestock thestock Wt Wttock
stock exchange had a a most encourag eDeOorqIg eneouragiag encouraging ¬
ing eftect upon the speculative speeaJattYmar speeaJattYmarket mar market market ¬
ket Wall suet was not prepared for fortae forYee 1 1tite
tae exceptionally pt On1Qr fine showing made madeby madaby JDMIal
by l > y the company as to its earning earningand erI earaingiand n naJd
and surplus This showing with the thetelaraticA theeJantkA theIcelaratiwh
telaraticA of of the regular r 1ar quarterly qauterlrdt quarterlydividend
dividend dt served to give 1 the Street Streethe Streetbe
the he confidence it lacked 1aek yesterdayduring yesterday tJ 44T 44Tdllrlae
during the greatewt > slump the market llalkets markethas
has l es s It Icrown i own since 1147Whibe 1M7 1M7WTiil
WTiil 1 the same influences InJbac were at atvork I Ivorc
work ir f the London market that have havetthe I IpnnUed
prevailed for situationere the past pa t two weeks and seedt I IwJUJe
while tthe L tbe situation there tit titmade will will willtwo not t be
made mad clear until the settlement oxchanges ex exchanges I Ichang
changes are made made tomorrow and Dd 1 1wInJe
while weather reports r ports and labor trou ¬
bles are re not much more encouraging coo coothan
than vt sterday the steel report over overrode oYerrode overrode ¬
rode a as these influences and turned
the tide of sentiment nti nt largely from fromear the
bear ear to th the bull side aid Buying Ba11IIPOWfi power powerwas powerus
was far better bet er today tod y and the course CCMlr courseof e I Iof
of Ux O the market ket seems m to indicate that
the U tde t de has turned and that hotter hottercoTdlfons 1 bettercotdit 8tIier
coTdlfons cotdit rdltions ots will prevail prevailMUTILATED prevailIUTILATED
Corpse Cut Up and Put Istoj IstojSack Into IntoSack IntoSack
Sack Found ia inBay i iBay j jBay
NEWPORT WPORT Ore July Jut 37 iA A Abody WOIIMII WOIIMIIItody wodsasbody
body which w wfound had been cut up pat lilt II IIa late latea
a sack8lMl sack and thrown IrOwalMe into the 1 boy iQ was wasfeuM wasfound
found here last night tiigbLThe nightseveral JilprtTIle
TIle body Md been 1a the water wateraserat for forIMMral
several IMMralPretty moRthe moRthePretty tnontlhaPretty
Pretty Mantels for Soo goo A Apiece AgieGeFr3nk ApieceFrank ece eceErank 1
Frank libbeY Ce ftih th N IT X Ave A AAdv Aret
= Adv
Forecasters Showers Fail Failto FailtQ Failto
to Appear and Mercury MercuryContinues 11ercuryContiItues MercuryContinues
Continues to t Mount MountTemperatures 11ountTemperatures MountTemperatures
Temperatures Recorded Recor ecl Today Todayin
in Capital CapitalWeather CapitalVeatller CapitalWeather
Weather Bureau n reau Kiosk Kiosko K > IIIk i
o G a m 6 67a 6 To
i iIf Ta = jn 73 t 7n
S a ni TT 7S
8 a j t SO SO
10 a ni SS ST s
11 a m 6JJ Sf 40Th ao
12 J noon T 02 OZII
3 p m J SJ B 84 B4I
2 71 I m SO 3 5 5Theres
Theres Th e erhs rh s notlri not nothinp to do but aIR and aadvrevaittcK
Mar It for DO its relief is aeoanieed 1IMd III Ute Ute1K8vaJIIeJ theprevahMefk
vrevaittcK weather condltlonc COIMi by 1 y the
lv Weather ather er Bureau Bureauforecasters BureauAs
As tar as tile outlook a parn te tIN tINforecastelS rise risetorecasters
forecasters forecastersto the present heated sp1M is isto isto
to continue indeAaKely indeAaKelyTeetorday Jnc1eARkelyYe IndedultelyYesterday
Yesterday Ye tenly the forecasters t wonitooq wonitooqa 1N 1Na to toa
a few ew thunder thn er showers which w kh may y or
may not JIOthavc have offered some rettef but butthey 1Jutthey batthey
they failed taik faileda failedto > d to materiaftse Now the
bare btu piglet II I1 a foroeaot as fwllows f Don Is given Jv
out < today todayFor tedavF todayFor
For F the tf tb District Dl trtet of Columbia Part Partly Party Partly ¬
ly y cloudy tonight
and Thursday no noehaae DOe8aJWEr nochange
change in I temperature t re right U = t to mod moderate modenate moderate ¬
erate winds windsAll windsAll oJRds oJRdsAU
All things considered it wa W88 anothermiserably another anothermiserabty
miserably l erably warm day a7 In the KkMftc KJo k In
front of the Munsey building 1HI1 te Penn Pennsylvania PeoasyhoaJIla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue at II oclock this morn
big the mercury registered ft > It d degreeswith degrees degreeswftk decreeswttJt
with a fair percentage percenta of humidity JnuaWkywIItc humiditywhich
which wIItc made it dose cJo e and lid 1IDeOIIICorta uncomfortable le
There was a slight breeze from the themuch
West bat It dldnt sweep the ground groundmuch TOtbIdnnaeIa
much and Dd those who were fotamate 1 < < aaata
omugh to be located ia sfcyserapeks deer
Itt6the die business day were the only ones
to > > benefit IteDe t t therefrom tlMlefreaaMoldings therefromMoldings
Moldings No i for i Cent a Foot FootFrank FootFraDk FootFmk
Frank UWbey Li ey s Ce eth fc N Y Ave AveAdv
Discontinuance of Long Dis Distance Distance Distance ¬
tance Service Ends Endsations Oper Operi
I i atrons at Kenilworth KenilworthPROMOTERS KenilwortkPROMOTERS
Alter Tune Days of ofBUlin Ffnnrisinag FfnnrisinagBiMMicag F FD1s
D1s BiMMicag BUlin eetl 3I Wear Ne c Distiict Dist ct LabeIES Line LineBotfcies LiI LiIB
Botfcies B Kies IES DncofnOted DncofnOtedAfter D DiSCOti DiSCOtiAfter 8CGGJIted 8CGGJItedAfter
After operating without ivtorfor intaEerescee ivtorforence bltforEaCe
ence for forpsslrosaa f tae < days 8 the newly t tat opened openedpdrn
psslrosaa i at Keallworth where bet hettn betting t tdIIc
tn ting g upon horse races was frosty con eendoetN conducted C II II4hIet
ducted 4hIet received receIY an II unexpected 1IIMXJI f t set setback sethack t tck ¬
back ck today w nben hoa its telephone uL uLIee seer sorvtee seerIce
tee axed to secure IK eare racing resultswas resultswasPo resells reaJut was wasslat
slat t ot off 1y Ute Cheeapeake and Po Potomac Poaeae Potomac ¬
tomac Telephone Company CompanyWhile COlDpaIQwwne CompanyWhile
While representatives atatlYeli of the pool poolroom poolroar 1001r
roar r room interests this th afternoon ate attlmptiag at attempting atP
tempting P aIr to obtain restoration o 01 < the theseirlca thet theirylee
seirlca the t racing rac game is meal up upin upill upus
in the air at Kenilworth or rather the theold theJter theold
old KervHworth Jter u Club CI last across the theDistrict theDI theDhrtrict
District DI rlet line lineThe IbIeTIM floeThe
The sudden action of the telephone teteufconecompany teleJllaoneelGee telephonecompany
company came close upon Ute heels heelsof heelof leel leelof
of the information Inton orantba atloll printed exelu exeiupool exelushsy exelusivsiy
shsy ia The ne yesterday y that a apool apool
pool room IO a was In InKenilworth open operation at atKnilwor t tKl1wortJa
Kenilworth h sad lid that bets were beta betaplaced MIaPIace4 beanplaced
placed apparently app1 reatly without fear o oiatormption of off ofInterruption <
Interruption f by the Pi Prince lace George Georgeccunty aewfCMJItT Georgescanty
scanty Md authorities authoritiescame aatberftlThe authoritiesThe
The wove Of the telephone cempaay cempaaycame Y Ycame
came like a bombshell 11 ta the yep of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bookies DooIdMhere where for two days the thevoice thet M Mvoice
voice t nice o of the seductive sheet writer has hasthat baabeeD basbeen
been beard M soon as It became known Jmowathat knownthat
that the telephone service between I eIt New NewYork 1Ce 1CeYorJt NewYork
York and lid Baltimore had been cut off offtbe oiftbe offthe
tbe poolroom O promoters began efforts effortsto df rts rtsto
to obtain a restoration of the sorvfae sorvfaeefforts servasUp 1 1Up
Up to a late boar this attenIeea their dMlrdorta theirefforts
efforts bad been unsuccessful and the thepany theattIt1Ide thepresent
present attitude of the tIwPMIr telephone es en enposy
posy to that the wires wiresDiecl1W11 shall rsmsln roasaiadead rsmslndead
Bieeoaectioa Diecl1W11 Dive aaectiea ctiea Ovoeeea OvoeeeaTo 6 6lIIe OeieseLThe
The position atIoa oC tile coga V y is that thatIts lat latIMt
Its hdlwatbn was siren that tile aeav aeavI sexribe
I ibe e wean wasaed for post attain 1M pact I e
To UIepI telephone were put m six months monthswtth IBGMJtser monthseggfec
eggfec er a party DDt BOw esmeeate4 with wtthtbe withtile withthe
tile KonOwHWth X Kon lworffi property aAlO 6tp or tins pool poolIn poolrMIIL poolroom
room In sporting circles It was said saidtoday ai41bat saidtoday
today that the pool room pro proof J prometers O Oen ¬
meters en found it convenient to wet rid ridfIl ridof
of the former t telephone robuLilber but buttbe butthe
the service remained In Ida name Here HereIs
is the official o1 claI announcement t t given out outIt oatUte outby
by Ute telephone I fll tI a 1M COIIIpaIIr this after aftert aftersoon ft ftaeoa < <
soon soonZt
It t was stated at the tI offices orae of the th
Chesapeake a1 peeke and Potomac Telephone T TDT
Company DT this II aftornoonjthat afternoon t that at coincident coincidentcon nt
with the on Of The Thaw Jut J night IdIt IdItC8II
satt con taming the story sia teat tnatas a poolroom poolroom1MIen
e 1MIen opened the day y boer e u upaee a
paee known to tothe the telepboue e eGIIIPIQ
as the Automobile Club Clube Clubas of Kenilworth L
Hd d the company received a written writtencommunication w writtencommunicatbnfrm wl tten ttencoma1llllcatlon
communication communicatbnfrm from the subscriber of
the telephones installed at that point pointntanji poInMODtJus pointeaay
ntanji months ago aatho authorizing the dis disconnection 4iaeeaaecdoa di diceemectfoa ¬
connection of the set service vice As A requested
the service was disconnected today to IQ
The books of the telephone companyshow company y yIIIIew
Shaw that the subscriber at the old
Kenilworth Club was HL H R Sanders Sanderswho SatadenfwIao Sanderswho
who until a few f weeks eetat ago q operated d a asaloon asalooa asaloon
saloon at the site of the present pool pen penroom 1 1rooaa
Sanders S Men Efamaatea EfamaateaIt El Elis lBiDatei lBiDateiIt iutedIt
It is known that when Sanders SaDdenexpired Ueease Ueeaseexpired rioeoaeexpired
expired those who hO contempts COD ted open openins GpeI1Ing opening
Ing the pootroohx IOOIrooIa which ao flfuiilrtuil II for fortwo furtwo fortwo
two days decided that the scheme osldbe could couldbe CMIId1H
be 1H carried out without the aid of c this thisSanders tillsSaDdenJ thisSanders
Sanders and his license acee si nniumg11 nniumg11was I + dlpgiy dlpgiyss t tDOt
was ss not renewed Neither did tMers the ownera own owners ¬
ers of the dab property VIrtr look with favor favorupon taYOrUPQD favorUPQf
upon rerenting It to Sanders SandersTechnically 5aDIeraT SearsTechnically
Technically T < < hateaUy the discontinuance of r the thetelephone theteJepboBe thetelephone
telephone service upon which bicIt tile pool nooltkm poolrooa pesIrosin
rosin depended JI eluted for Its Itation racng Isrorma Isrormation
tion is on account of Sanders notifi notification DIItUicatlOl1 nstfmntioet ¬
cation that be no longer desfred the U use useof 1IIIeof meof
of the phones In reality however themrrioe the theservice theerrice
service is discontinued because the isle telecontributing Uepiaa8e isleno
piaa8e no company do does DOt t wish to b bIt 1 e II IIeoatI1butin3
a na
contributing party to a racetrack rncotra ea eaterprise 61terIJd8e euterpitse
terprise of tins kind kindThe Idn4The kindThe
The poolroom It Itcontributing is learned to hacked hackedbwy bMltedbwy bdtedhwy
bwy two WO wettknown we wn Washington W Wlag sport sporting spcIItas ¬
lag ingin as ssin seem urbane tac laces have heea taaI8Iar taaI8IarIII dw i t
in the past at the race trades traed s m is New KewYork NewY
York Y Year < < k BeniOua and other pboesproperty piaces ew The Theptopei tIe tIeJIOI17
ptopei property tjr Is rented outright from tro th ththree the tbethree thethree
three owners of the Kenilworth th Club Clubproperty ClabIOPeItY f ub ubprspaZf
AH Are There ThereBoth TAuBolb ThereBoth
Both a the active actt e promoters p mOtere of the en enterprise entJerpri n nterprise ¬
terprise tJerpri e were on hand yesterday ye elday after afternoon after1100II aftermoos ¬
noon so were the sheet writers two twobookmakers twokers twobookaaketa
bookmakers kers and a cashier Tibre Tibrewere Tb llt1 llt1e re rewere
were e also present Dt a goodly number 11111D of ofracetrack OfracetJadt ofracetrack
racetrack hangerson a Sew Wr Wrtonlans W Was Wtesiaas
tonlans as of apparent affluence a aling aDC sflag =
ling of departmental clerks and one or ortworuraUt ortworaralit4illS ortworuralitce
tworuraUt s from Prince George GecxseThe county countyThe
The place gave every appearance a cf cfbeing c cbeta cbeing
being beta immune from invasion by the thecounty tJaeC01IIIty tit titcounty
county officers of Prince George Ge r The Thevoice TheYOIce Thevoice
voice of 0 the bookie rang rail out as 3 brashly braroolyas y yM
as at Benntng BeIudD when that track was en eJoytag enjoyibs eaJo71q
joyibs its greatest prosperity prospetltyBettors Pt prosperityBetters IlJl IlJlBettrs
Bettors Were Reu ReassuredChcvlatits Reassured ReassuredCirculating wrei wreiClretllattag
Circulating In the throng throa m on could couldhear ooaldMar meldhear
hear chance remarks that thatwaa everything everythingwas
was all right and that a bettor bet < < had ledno hadno 1IadI
no I > need to fear r a raid One O e of those thosewho tIIeewho thosewho
who JQtmed to know mow whereof wbere C ho spoke spokewas spokewas e ewas
was willing to place a littto bet thai 1iIatM thatthe thaithe
the place lace never would be raided raI ecJ The Theworst Thewont Theworst
worst that could ou befall o It was but httlBMUed h1Umat butmated
mated mat would be an order to t close eJ doseThe tar tarThe
The unexpected ed action of the tetonf one ooaecompany onecompany > onecompany
company today therefore fell with all alltbe antbe allthe
tbe more force upon the confident COIIftIIeelwno ones oneswho oneswho
who evidently bad arranged an details detattedistance detaIJKwItb detailswith
with the exception or an It uared uareddllttaace aamre l la
distance telephone teJe line lineThree JiBeThre lineThree
Three phones It te learned ran Into hrtotbe Jatothe Intothe
the dub formerly conducted by 3andors
One connected with Washington two two1Ine
lines went by Hyattsvite through which whichpoint whlcbpoIDt winchpoint
point longdistance communication could couldbe
be had with Baltimore Now < ew York aDd
tile otttside oeaIi e world worldWith worIcLWIth worldWith
With this longdistance iIIstaDce telephone con connection eeaIIeCtJoa conmention ¬
mention m good working order onIerCol the tit bond pwttColonial bondColonial
Colonial Col niaI Colntaas Coll1 290 Apleeek ApeeePrank Apiece ApieceFrank
Frank k I4bbey ao sit Co CoAdv xy N T Are Ye Yev
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