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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY AFOFST ArGr T 2 1910
IOWA IOA1iSURGENTS IOA1iSURGENTSI INSURGENTS INSURGENTSTO
I TO RULE CONVENTION CONVENTIONRepu CONVENTIONRepublicans
Republicans Repu icans Will Meet To Toiraorrow T Tomorrow 0 0morrow
morrow the th7 Regulars Regularsg
g J Y i in In Minority MinorityTAFT M MinorityTAFT mon monTAFT tv
TAFT MAY RECEIVE RECEIVEQUALIFIED RECEIVEQUALIFIED RECEIVEQUALIFIED
QUALIFIED PRAISERevokers PRAISE PRAISERevofeers PRAISERevokm
Revofeers H Hope pe to Frame PJatfofera PJatfoferaThat PJttt PJttt11Iat PIatfmTIi
That TIi > at JfJK 111 Be Insurgcat InsurgcatModel lnseczeatMOIieI InsergeiatMale
Model ModelX MOIieIDES MaleDES
X DES > ES XOfXBftV 1lOI INBS SS Iowa Ang 2 t At t the theRepublican ueRepubUeaa theRepubUeaa
RepubUeaa State convention ecI which whichwill whichwill WIaJdawill
will be held here tamoriu ta far ferratification U Uratification the theratiflcation
ratification ct o c nomlnsthms made at atprimariea the tbeprimaries theNimarks
primaries and lid for tbe adoption ado tOa ii of ofplatform a aplatform aplatform
platform the insurgent force led by bySenators b bSenators bySenators
Senators Cummins and DoJttrer will Oe bein Oein oein
in control controlIt I IIt tit
It is 1 expected a roustwg uimlnj i Insurgentplatform insurgent insurgentplatform 1It 1Itplatform
platform will be adopted PreridntTJ PresIII Preridnt IItt IIttT1
TJ win n m be given a qaab unaiafVad miflcn amk rae l1IemenL raesnent e ement
ment He wiU be commemlfrf eDtIeII for his bisefforts hiseftolUl hisefforts
efforts to carry out the tilepledges ptattenn phttstmpledges ptattennpledges
pledges of the party given at Chicago ChicagoIn hic a a1n1
In 1n1 1908 1908Some 1
1n1Some 1Some
Some of the regular r ular leaders are urg urging 1IIWing urging ¬
ing tbawthe the Ohio plank with wIt wItto respect respectto
to the Administration be adopted This ThisTbe TIaIIJcourse Thiscourse
course however wever may not be taken takenThe ea eaThe
The course eoar e of the insurgents eats in Con Congress lOIIgress leMtgress ¬
gress will be strongly y commended The Theeffort Theeffort f1 e eeffort
effort to change tbe House rule wall wallbe wnlbo
bo approved 3 proved and Csitnoniaja art be becrt lieuaus beC1LA
uaus C1LA crt < ci i < IJ > 4 Senators Cummins uuunth kii kI ntadTer fftit fftitver il ilTfr
ver verIowa aDd the a to urgent t mem iers of t tIowa the theIowa
Iowa delegation will be warmly in indorsed Iadorsed b bdorsed ¬
dorsed dorsedAs dorsedAs dorsedAs
As to the tariff it is expected there therewill tberew1ll therewill
will be scant effort to conceal the thetility hos hostility hostility ¬
tility to the present law There nay be bea bea bea
a strong indo indorsement semeat of the idea of a atariff ataritl atariff
tariff taritlOne commission commissionOne commlasloaOne
One of the Interesting lDter questions q isv is iswhat Ishat
what v hat will rill ill be said in the tbea resolutions resolutionsabout resolutionsabout
about a Governor Gv Carroll who has ba3indicted been beenindicted beenindicted
indicted for alleged criminal libel libelagainst JIbeagainst libelagainst
against John Cownie Ions member of ofthe o oth f fthe
the th board of control of State to institu institutions 1D8dtations lnsdtulions ¬
tions lionsCarrolTs tionsCarrons tionsCarrolls
Carrolls resignation re icDatloft has been ru rura I1InHt rurtoredt
ra nHt rtoredt < > rec but 1t he denies he will resign re lca and andsavs aDdsa amtsaes
savs sa 5 he expects to be reelected reelectedIt ecI ecIIt
It is i the purpose of the Iowa lOW insur insurgents bI81Irepts isurgerts ¬
gents epts to make the platform they adopt adopttomorrow adopttOClorrowa adoptt
tomorrow t < morrow a model one for Insurgents lMU to tofellow tofc11Jw tofellow
fellow in other States StatesMISSOURI StatesA1ISSOURI StatesMISSOURI
MISSOURI PRIMARY PRIMARYHAS PRIMARYHAS I
HAS FEW CONTESTS CONTESTSST
ST LOUIS LOll S Aug Z But for the con contests eoatests contests ¬
tests for local offices and control of ofthe otthe ofShe
the party organization organ iz tioD the primary primaryelections primaryelections primaryelections
elections being held throughout throu 1out Mis Missouri Jiltssouri Missourl ¬
souri today scarcely would be interest interestIng interestIng Interesting
Ing enough to draw a corporals guard guardto
to the potts pottsAlthough poUaAlthogp pollsAlthough I
Although both Democrats and Repub Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
licans win nominate DOID uate sixteen Representa Representatives R Repraentatires ¬
tins candidates caDdl ata for the State senate senatesupreme MIIteIunreme senateSupreme
supreme court judges j raaroad rat and commis commissioner commissioner ¬ i iIihner
sioner > u ei Intend gut of c scnooss and andother andother I Iothex
other offices these contests are entirely entirelyovershadowed e entiretyovershadowed Urely UrelyOVf18hadow
overshadowed I by local homes homesIn tueaIn icesIn
In the Democratic Congressional CoD < < i race raceRepresentative raceRepresentative i iRepresatfve
Representative GUI G I te having a lively livelyht JtY JtYh l4vdyrht
rht > ht h t in the Eleventh district Xertij Xertijmer JIIortI JIIortIrot Mortiner
mer rot r Levy Lev former roruiei assistant twit city attor attorney attorney attorney ¬
ney is pushing pashi > him bard The Twelfth Twelfthdistrict Twelfthtrlct Twelfthdt
district dt trlct trict also has a fight with Thomas ThomasKinney TIIemafiXinu ThomasFinney
Kinney Xinu y and Thomas J Rowe leading leadingChamp I Ibamp leadingChamp
Champ Clark has one opponent The Theother Theother Theother
other contests are tame tameAll UuIIeAll tameAll
All of Missouris Republican Repu Congress Congressmen le s sr1 ¬
men r1 n are regular The contests contestllin are arein arein
in the theeeond Second Fifth Fourteenth and andFifteenth andFift andFifteenth
Fifteenth Fift nth districts with Congressman CongressmanCrow Coacr CongresananCrow aWl aWlrow
Crow row In the Fourteenth F crteeath having ha the thehardest tMl1ardest thehardest
hardest fight D W H31 is Isbil opposing opposnuThim opposinghim
him on an insurgent t platform Congress Congressman C6D5Ie8Inan Congressman ¬
man Bartboldt has no opposition oppositionIn
In St Louis the fight centers hi thecontrol the thecontrol thecontrol
control of the city central committee nmmttteeNEGRO committeeNEGRO commttteeNEGRO
NEGRO FRANCHISE FRANCHISEOKLAHOMA FRANCHISEOKLAHOMA FRANCHISEOKLAHOMA
OKLAHOMA ISSUE ISSUEGUTHRIE ISSUEGLTHRIE ISSUEGtTHRIE
GUTHRIE Okla Aug 2 2When When the thepolls thepolls thepolls
polls opened today for the State pu pultaries pri primaries prIttariEs ¬
maries tbe chief d ef interest centered ceateredLile hithe to tothe
the vote y on the grandfather aDdfather clause clauseamendment e1au clauseamendment e eamendment
amendment to the State constitution for forthe forle forthe
the le disfranchisement of tbe tbeames negroes negroesJames negroesJames
James ames A Harris Hat rls chairman of the theState theState theState
State Republican committee has pre predicted predided predu ¬
du dicted ted the defeat of tb tlleMelLllAlft this measure Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the past two weeks Harris says 715 a aStrong a8tr astrong
Strong 8tr < > ng undercurrent wa against the pro proposed propeed XO XOpc5ftl ¬
posed amendment has developed developedThe developedThe
The Democrats strongly Iy urge e the thea thea1 theadopticn
a1 adopticn a < l option > pUcr of tbe clause and declare it itwill UI itWill
will I carry by b bIn iA iAIndleattons 5MW 5MWIndications
Indications In lcaUons ere that J w JCcKeal JCcKealwill McNealRill eal ealw111
will be nominated for governor by the ibeRepublicans theE thekepthliesns
Republicans E > although Ute race will willprobably wtl1pbabJ willp
probably p bably be 1M close between betwe McNeal and andTom aDdTom andT
Tom T to Fergason Fergl O of Walonga a1OO a Lee LeeCruce LeeCruce L Lcruse
Cruce will be nominated by b the Demo Deraocrrts Democr
cr crrts ats < < t8 as the entire Haskell machine Is teteukjng Isbw Ish
h teukjng bw 1Jng nJt bun Alfalfa Bill Murray of ofTishomlngo ofT1shomlngo ofTtshoawingo
Tishomlngo te opposing Cruce CruceFull CruceFu CruceFull
Full Fu 11 Statr Stat and county tickets are to tofee to1Pe
fee > nominaed as well as Congressional Congressionalcandidates Co Congressionalcandidates essioaaI essioaaIcandidates I
candidates candidatesKANSAS candidatesfuNSASINSURGENTS
KANSAS fuNSASINSURGENTS fuNSASINSURGENTSEXPECT INSURGENTS INSURGENTSEXPECT INSURGENISEXPECT i
EXPECT EASY WIN WINKANSAS WINKA WINKANSAS
KANSAS KA SAS CITY Kan Aug A Ig 2 2 2Prl 2Prl1Iarles Prlj PrI PrIn
Hrartes n arses are beirg beir held today throughoutKansas throughout throughoutKansas thro throKanaaa
Kansas KansasThe KanaaaThe KansasThe
The issue h is > insurgency y and rtan1 rtandpz rtan1patlsm tah1ptlsm
patlsm pz < tIsm Eight t Congressmen 0IIap seek re reelection ree1 reetectIon
election e1 tioD Two W9 are Insurgents the other othersix otherix othersix
six ix regulars t The latter an are oppssed oppssedby opp Med Medl > ed edby
by l > y insurgent i t candidates eaDdl ata confluent co ftdeat of vic victory vicVictor 1c 1ct 1cYktOT ¬
t tory toryVictor
Victor Murdock insurgent liIsa nt closed his hisprimary bisprimary hisprimary
primary caaipaign ca with a speech ch in this thiscity thiscity hisj hisjcity
city He talked n ked of Speaker Cannon raadithe endi endithe nd ndthf
the > House of Representatives RepresentativesThe R ntatiTS ntatiTSThe
The indications are the t Insurgents 1 uUl willf willfswe wiDWefp wlfsweep
swe sweep p all but two Congressional dtet dtettricts dbsi
tricts and the entire State ticket Dur Durinp DurinJ During
inp the last month there has been a de decided dect detided = ¬
tided ct d change cbaD in sentiment against tots totsreactionary UHtreactionary Ht Htrfatioftary
reactionary Congressmen Coft A hoD because of f the thepounding h hpounding
pounding poundi given the tariff schedules OC3tt OC3ttpoundi the theHouse u uHouse
House 11011 rules and the Speaker Spe r by byator byator Sen Sena >
ator a lor Cummins and BrIstow BrIstowOSTEOPATHS f fOSTEOPATHS pOSi
OSi OSTEOPATHS EOPATHS TO MEET MEETSAX MEETSA MEETSAN
SAX SA FRANCI FRANCISCO O CaL Aug AugVith AUIWith 2 2lvith
With leading l dinw members of tbeprofession tbeprofessionin theprof theprofin the profesSIHa profesSIHaIn
in atten4ance atten4a + aee from many sections of ofth ofthe rf rfthe
th the c country uutry the American Osteopatl Osteopathic OsteopattplciatlOR OsteopathicAssocaatton ic icAssociation
Association iatlOR assembled eaab1e4 at the St StHotel Frar FrarHotel FraHotel
Hotel today for Its annual ual conventPr convent conventr con = t tDr
r Dr r A T Still St I the discoverer of 0 0athy ofathy ost ostathy <
athy te the guest of the convention conventionCHURCH I iI i iURCH tCHURCH
CHURCH URCH TO CELEBRATE CELEBRATEThere
There will be a threeday celebeginning celebrajtkm celebrajtkmbeginning me me1M
1M beginning > gtnnia < < next Tuesday at th thChurch the n nChureh
Church of Our Redeemer Redeemerstreet ae at atstreet tII tIIstreet
street near Barry place north northlotftor II rth to tobonorW tohonor
honor bonorW the garner ner century merit nuuktabiishwent it e8 e8t1blillh estabII
tabiishwent t1blillh tabII asst rt of the ahmth The Theration Theration
ration w wffl > 4 bnajht Omilay na ntorrihi ntorrihiRev rn ne TheRev neRnDlI
RnDlI Rev L > 1Z WlLsiilM Is the pasto m Tllerr sto O I II IE
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CONSULSHIP OR GIRLIS GIRL GIRLIS GIRLIT GIRLI1Ethan
IS YOUNG T MANS 1Ethan CHOICE CHOICEEthan
Ethan Allen Weinberg Former House Page Is Offered OfferedAlternatives OfferedAlterriat OfferedAlternatives
Alternatives Alterriat ves in Which Patriotism Opposes OPposesMarriage OPposesMarriageand Marriage Marriageand Marriageand
and He Is Declared De Iar d Extreme Extremely S r Miserable Mis rable
Ethan AMen Weteberg w niinteiit years yearshi yelU1lalii yewssI
alii hi of c Brooklyn r eldya 711 te m n a uandry to today today today ¬
day welting t1IIc between Nt ecstasy and anddcsipafc andM andAs
dcsipafc dcsipafcAs
As the situation stands young WeJn WeJnto Welaberg
1 berg eIw Is wadeelded IMd w whether tter It is 1 his duty dutyto
to serve his country as iia e a patriotic and andselfrespecting aadsetCle8pertift andselfrespecting
selfrespecting < < young man should or orwhether orwItether orwhether
whether be ought to chuck the whole wholebusiness wbolereaiIPs wholebtpiaoes
business and resign himself to the fate fateee fateof I Iof
of Cupids irresistible arrow attacks attacksHere atta attacksHere k kH
Here H are the facts factsWetnberg tladawel factsWeinberg
Weinberg wel iberg formerly a page in tbe tbeHouse tbeHeu theHouse
House Heu e of Representatives Rep ta has been of offered offered o obred ¬
fered an appotstment app IatmeDt as c consular eeII eeular IIIac agent agentTAFT agentROOSEVELTTO < < ent entROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT TO MEET MEETTAFT I ITAFT
TAFT AGAIN SOON SOONGriscoms SOONGriscoms SOONGriscoms
I
i
Griscoms Summer Sumn er Home HomeiChosen HomeChosen HomeChosen
Chosen Scene of Coming ComingPolitical ComingPolitical ComingPolitical
Political Conference ConferencePresident
President Pr Taft and lid Theodore Roose Roosevelt RooMvelt Roosevelt ¬
velt are scheduled for another conferen confer conference eoaf eoafeDee < < ¬
ence en nee ut thenear future according to toinformation totafCrMAtloa totnforaadon
information which has reaebed friends friendsof
of both wen in 1 Washington WashingtonIt W
It far declared that the conference eoaf < < eaee te tedue i idUil dsdue I
due to the fact that t at President r yUent Tarts Tartsfriends TaftstrtencIs Taatsfriends
friends are not at all satisfied sati 6ed with the theresult there theresult
result re a t of the Ant interview between the thePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre ldeDt and the former President Pre ldeat It Itis ItIs Itis
is understood however wever that a second secondmeeting IteCODdbetweea secondmeeting
meeting between the two men is par particularty partIc1IJarb particularty
ticularty desired de lred for the purpose purpo e of dlset dis diseuastng dbthe
euastng et the political situation in New NewYork NewY ATewYork
York Y Grk State StateThere StateThere
I
There is Mule ute confluence coa among Ad AdmmistratioR A4wdaiRratIoR Administration
ministration officiate m Ia Washington Washingtonthat Wa bblctOR bblctORthat
that the Repv Republicans are going to be beable beable beable
able to displace dI pIace Governor eoen Harmon IiarmoRthe as asthe asthe
the chief executive of Onto It is ispointed ispoIated ispotated
pointed out that although the Insurgents insur insurgents in8arta ¬
gents ta were humilteUnsry crushed in theconvention the tbeconvention theCORVeftttoft
convention CORVeftttoft hist Ja t week w they will make maketheme snakethemselves ke ket
theme t themselves elves ves felt In the election next falL falLIf faiLU fallIf
If tbe Presidents Pre i eDts own State te lost lostto lostto lostto
to the Republicans it te declared lared the tbeAdministration theMminiatratioft theAdministration
Administration cannot afford to net a asetback afOetbaclc asetback
setback in other Republican strongholds strongholdsteg Ids IdsFor
For this reason New York State 18 gtv gtvlag y yIn
lag In < < the party leaders considerable alarm alarmColoael alarmCoI9DeI alarmColonel
Colonel Roosevelt of course Is devot devotinjc devotIIIK devottag
injc considerable CODSIcera le time to the affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party in his own State but the fear fearis fearis fearis
is expressed expre ecI that with the upState leaders lead leaders leaders ¬
ers against him be cannot save ve the situaboa sit sitnation sttuatJoa
nation unless 1InJe s be works in harmony with withi withtile withthe
i the Administration AdmlnlstratlooFor
1 For that reason according acconlt to advices advicesreceived adTIcarecelTed advicesreceived
received in Washington today a conference confer conference CODterenee ¬
ence has been Arranged I between Presi PreMdent President Preldtnt ¬
dent Taft and Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooeeYehThe RooseveltThe
The present arrangement arraII eewt Is for to the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two men to meet at Greenfield HIlL HHUConn HIlLCOIUL HilLCoon
Coon near > > ear Bridgeport at the country countryhome countryborne
home of Lloyd Grtecom Gr1 eom New York Yorkcounty YorkC9Unty Yorkcounty I
county chairman chairmanRoosevelt chalnnanTIle chairmanThe
TIle fact that Pre President lclent Taft Co Colonel ColonelRoosevelt l lelt
Roosevelt elt and Mr Griscom were to todiscuss tod todiscuss
discuss d the New York situation with a aview aview aview
view of harmonizing the factions In InNew InNew ini
i New ew York State has b been n k kept pt secret secretand secretand ret retand
and only became known when a letter letterjrivlng lettergh1ng lettergiving
giving details of th the arrangement was wasreceived wasreceved wasreceived
received in Washington today todayThe toda todaWANDERLUST todayWANDERLUST
WANDERLUST LURES LURESFOURYOUNGSTERSI
I IFOUR
FOUR FOURYOUNGSTERSI FOURYOUNGSTERSIThe YOUNGSTERSI YOUNGSTERSITate
The wanderlust germ that disturber disturberof
of parental peace and happiness accord according accordinI accordtng ¬
ing to tAe report1 report book at Police PoliceHeadquarters PoliceHeadquartoers PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters has swooped down on onWashington onw onWashington
w Washington In greater er numbers than thandid thandid thandid
did the locusts IoctI tB oc onthe the t e visit to Egypt EgyptSince EgyptSince
Since Sunday four sets of parents parentshave parentsaaTe parentshave
have aaTe visited or communicated with withheadquarters withheadqdarters withheadgaisetern
headquarters to get the aid of Wash Washingtons WasbOfts Washingtons ¬
ingtons Ofts sleuths in bringing back intothe into intotbe Intothe
the fold the present pr t day prodigals who whoare whoue whoare
are thought to have started out to see seetne seethe seethe
the world One of the four is fourteen fourteenyears fourteenyears fourteenyeara
years of age e The others are thirteen thirteenTtee thirteenThe thirteenThe
The 19t 1918 Columbuses Col1lm Robin Crusoes CrusoesCaptain Cru8oesCaptain Crusoest
Captain t KWds and Daniel Boones are areHenry areHenry areHenry
Henry Smith fourteen 3M 04 D street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest DOrth est Bernard Grinder thirteen thirteenI
47 474 I E street southwest Stanley Wrenn Wrennthirteen Wrennthirteen renn renntbirt
thirteen tbirt n 1 1or Thirteenth street northeast northeastand noth northeastand t tand
and Lewis SeagJe Seat < Ie thirteen SIT 9I Twenty Twentysixth Twtntysixth Twentysixth
sixth street reet northwest All ill are white
with a salary of 0 U 1 8t Ii a year at Part d dAubres ck ckAubrell doAubres
Aubres Morocco Being a miner Inccannot he hecannot 1Mauoc
cannot accept the appointment unless unlessbis vnleMbaa unlesshis
baa parents agree ree in writing and thus thusfar Ut Uttar titusfar
far Ms mother balks balksFurthermore balksFurtHrmore balksFurthermore
Furthermore a bachelor entering the theconsular theCODIIUIar theconsular
consular service meet not marry marr under undertne u underthe der dertlM
the law within four years ye n and andbe alas alasWetnberg alasWeinberg
Weinberg = is engaged to be married to toMiss toNow toMiss
Miss Minerva Schreter SchreterNow SchreterNow
Now Weinberg Is cogitating e9gitaUn Theres Theresa
a lot of glory IJ in beans bein a aURned Uafeed Unt ed Statesconsular States Statesconsular SatelfIr
consular Ir agent t But whether it is isenough II IIenougJl isenough
enough to Jcvtify deeertlng de erllOf his hl love JOvea isa is isa
a question que tlOlL OrJnde d Is it a question questionThats II gbestionThats
Thats what hed like to know knowBriefly knowBrietJy knowBriedy
Briefly young youn Weinberg is a bit more moremteeraMe moremlRrabie moremiserable
miserable than i1pYPOSSE nappy nappyPOSSE
POSSE STORK FORT FORTSHOOTIIB FORTSHOOTINGNEGROES
SHOOTING SHOOTINGNEGROES SHOOTINGNEGROESDisturbers NEGROES NEBSOESDisturbers
Disturbers Resist Georgia GeorgiaSheriff GeorgiaSheriffTvo GeorgiaSheriffTwo
Sheriff SheriffTvo Two Killed KilledThree KilledThree KilledThree
Three Wounded WoundedSAYAJOfAH WoundedSA WoundedSAVANNAH
SAVANNAH SA v A H Ga Aus Au 2 2A A special specialfrom specialfrom
from JOIII PeOuun PeJIIa a says that ta a battle between be between betWeelt ¬
tween sheriff sheri < < and posse and disorderly disorderlynegroes dt disorderlynegroes onlerly onlerlyJHIgnIo8
negroes two negroes were kIlled and andthree alMltllree andthree
three probably y fatally wounded woundedSheriff wOUDde4LSberift woundedSheriff
Sheriff Sbockley SbockI T was informed that ne negroes B4 B4JtIOe8 nogreen ¬
green were w canstoJC cau ln a dlsturm disturbance dturt1cetwo ce abouttwo about abouttwo
two miles JR eII from Pelham The Th sheriff sheriffsummoned P teii teiisummoned eI eIsummontd < <
summoned a posse and west to tetbe tetbeH the thescene theseen
scene He H found the noprwfes B who whoJearnoecl had hadlearned hadlearned
learned of 0 the coming comiA of the posse J CMe bar barric barrica4ed r rill
ric rica4ed Jd in n a house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The sheriff ordered them to surrender surrenderThe surrenderThe surrenderThe
The nezroes answered by nrinir TIM Tbepoeae TIMJ Thettneae
poeae J Me returned the Are riddling ricQllD the thehouse UtebftatIe
house with bullets bulletsTbe bulletsThe bulletsThe
The nexroas D < < I60 5 then surrendered When Whenthe Vbentbe VheAt i
the t house was entered two negroes were weref werefauud
f fauud und dead thres almost dying dyift and andfour aadtCMIr andfour
four cowering eowm III under uDd leos le s unharmed unharmedIt
It te sold w d the neeroos OMJ had gathered at attbe atthe atthe
the house boa to hoot crape crapeTO CAiISTO transTO
TO CONSERVE FORESTS FORESTSBRETTOX FORESTSBPETTON FORESTSBPETTON
BPETTON WOODS N H Aug 2 2Tbe 2The 2The
The Society for the Protection of New NewHampshire NewHampshire ew ewH
Hampshire H peblre Forests F < < ests began be < < aD Its ninth an annual ananal 11 11nual ¬
nual meeting zneftlD here h re today with Presi President President ProMdent ¬
dent Frank W 7 Rollins presiding >
Forest taxation State and towns for forests torts forests ¬
ests ts the forest reserve re erve bill and a plan planfor Plantor planfor
for local forestry associations are areamong areamo areamong
among amo the subjects to receive r he attention attentionduring j
during durin the two days session j I
CHINESE BLACKMAIL BLACKMAILi 4
HALTED BY RULING RULINGManila i i iManila i
RighJ RighJto
Manila Court Upholds Right Rightto
to Deport Ravenous RavenousTongs RavenousTongs RavenousTongs
Tongs TongsI
A j t rep ol terror among the theof Chinese Chineseof
I of the t e PtiMppteeg Pkllip due du te the presence presenceof M 11C8 11C8of
of powerful pow < rtoI secret societies which had hadbeen JIa4beea tadbeen
been levying kY blackmail and other otherwise otherwiseassailing Iue Iueassafing I
assailing iA < < the respectable Chinese CIdDe e there thereaccording thereol 4
ball been broucIat to as II eM eMto > according accordingi
i to an annotraeement aftDOVn I of the Bureau of ofi oflDBUlar ofInsular
i Insular Affairs Affairsbinders AfraInIt
It I Is III said d that Ute day or the high hlcbbinders highhinders
binders and disreputable tongs in the tbeManas theIs theiaiands
Manas is over overA OYerA overA
A decision has beta handed down do dot by bytbe bythe
the t be supreme court of the islands alarm alarming atfirmlu farmIltK ¬
ing lu g the right of the Philippine govern government lfOVenImeAt governmeat ¬
meAt to deport allots at I ims whose presence presencete
te injurious to the public good The Thecacc TheCft Thecare
care arose aro e through the efforts of excluded ex excluded excluded ¬
cluded Chinese hlghbinoer bitdcrs and black blackmailers bIackmAlleIS blackmailers ¬
mailers to avert deportation The de decision deion detieion ¬
ion arms the government will full fullpower fullpower fullpower
power to rid the islands of disreputableChinese disreputable disreputableChinese dtereputablChlJhlle
Chinese and they will w l be driven out outDetails outDetaiI5 outDetafla
Details H Kt t Known KnownDetails KAonDetaIls KnownDetails
Details of tbe schemes lIdI mes worked by bythe bythe bytbe
the Chinese secret organizations are re retie Mi Mitie It Ittie
tie known here it is said however howeverthat hoeverthat however howeverthat
that they omitted nothing JIO II1I < < to compel compeIsy a asystem asystem
system sy of tribute from the respectable respectableChinese r respectableChinese le
Chinese merchants and others Tn n ono onaway 0ft 0ftway onoway
I
way and another the Chinese with witUmoney wit witJnODey withmoney
money were terrified and lid cajoled into intoString 1Dt Intogiving
String up their money to the tongs tongsSimilar tenpStIIdIar tongsSimilar I
Similar schemes have been worked In InSan IIISaa InSant
San Fr Francisco tncisco among the Chinese ClaiD e The ThecowtB Thecourts j jcourts
courts could do little for witnesses wftnee es were wereintimidated wereintimidated I IlattDddatecl
intimidated and the snppear offenders offendersalways otrendersIwa offendersalways
always Iwa found ways of evading jfustJce jfustJceBo lUatkeBoth e eBoth
Bo Both < h in San Sa Francisco Frsnelsco and the PhIlip PMUpplne PhIlippinelli Philipins
ins plne the police JOI finally went en at the trematter t thematter e ematter
matter roughshod rou bahod and with tUa the co cooperation cooperatloA cooperation ¬
operation of Chinese consular ofaeers oftiarsseized ofaeersseized otftcfneized
seized > > the criminate criminateA er1l1 naIII naIIIwelleducattCI
A welleducated Chinese who speaks speaksKngtteto 8peabYaIJII8I speaiosEngileh
Kngtteto and lid lives on the Island of Cebr Cebrgave C Cpe Cebegawe
gave the first At t information to the Amer Americans Amerieats mer merJeas ¬
icans about the ramifications ramiftejlt on and methods meth methods methods ¬
ods of the secret societies This Chinese Chineseis Chtn ChtnIf
is now writing a series of articles in a aCebu aCuba L LC
Cuba C bu paper pa r in I which he details the themethods themethods themethods
methods of the Chinese blaclmaallNSStart blackmailersStart blackmailers
Start ef Prosecution PresecatienTbe
The par particular eular case which has been beencd
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decided < cd d by the supreme court cam camto earnto campto
to a head in August of last year The Thegovernor Thepvenaor Thegovernor
governor generals representative repre entatne inManUs in inMantta inIIIan
ManUs IIIan on the request of the Chinese Chinesechamber Chine Chinedamber Chineseclamber
chamber of commerce and the Chtn Chinese tn tncc1MUI e eecarad j
eonma caused uaed twelve ChInamen mem members members I Ibers
bers of secret societies to be delivered deliveredto i ito Ito
to the Chinese C tnese consul in a launch Au Augnfct August I It
gust t 38 1 1M On Oncitizen wall a prominent prominentcitizen prominentcitizen
citizen and the otiiet otiietmerchants risers were elallled as asmerchants asmerchants
merchants and property propertyboldera holders The TheChinese TheChinese
Chinese consul on receiving re < elvt them re receipted reetipted receipted ¬ I
ceipted for their personal and registra regiatriion registration r tn tnton ¬
ton paper and put them or a steamer steamert steamerUpfCtal1y steamerEspecially
t specially chartered by the Chine Lhln t and andent antsent nJ nJiIoent
sent ent then t to r Amoy
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You will probably want five or sixif six sixif
if not a full dozen dozenof of the fine SWISS RIBBED RIBBEDWorth RIBBEDUNDERVESTS RIBBEDWorth
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up to 29C 29Cwhich 7a 7awilicll
which selhdlg are at now nowselhdlg y 1 P PBecause 7 7c c 3 for 50c 50cBecause 50cBecause
Because BecauseFIRST BecauseFIRSTMany 1 1FIRST
FIRST FIRSTMany Many are the regular re 1ar 29c ones onesSECOND 0I1tSSECONDMost onesSECONDMOSt
SECOND SECONDMost Most of them are regular re br 25c quality qb guilt ty y 1
AND THIRD THIRDBeause Because they are OUR class of merchandise merchandisethe
the th QUALITY is there event even though the PRICE is LOW LOWAH LOVAU LOWAll
AH sizes 5 le53 4 to 6 6Fine 6FIDe t tt t
Fine Gau Gauze Lisle and Cotton Vests Veatstancy fancy and plain pJaiaLOW IX3W NECIiAND NECK NECKAXD CK CKAL
AND > NO SUBKVT2S SL1E ESLOW LOW NECK AND A 1 SHORT SLEEVES SLEEVESTONE SLEEVESONE SLEEVESONE
TONE ONE THING AGAINST SOME OF THEM THEMA THEMportion
A portion of the lot are soiled sol1eddusty dusty from lying in n open boxes boxesBUT boxeBUT boxesBUT
BUT a simple washing will put hem h m right Make your choice early earlyMore earl earlW3 earlyMore
50c W3 More and 35c 35c50c 35c50c d5 75c 75cHOW 5c STOCKINGS 29c Pro ProHOW PrHOW
HOW MANY MORE ONLY 1 100 x DOZEN DOZENand and that thafaK thaeaH thatalt >
aK this season se o Last week we sold in three days as many manyStockings manyStockings I IStoddngs
Stockings as we generally sell in 3 weeks That shows thevalue the thevalue I
value This lot is small but equally well assorted I
75c c FA7VCY FA CY GAUZE LISLSS LISLBSWith LISLSSWith LISLSSWith
With selfembroidery In sky skyblue skyblue skyblue
blue pearl gray suede laven lavender 1T8I1der lavender ¬
der Copenhagen copeR aten pink ink old rOe roeegroW rOegold rosegold
gold navy and just lust a few in inwhite inwblteat
white wblteat at 23c 3c pair pairW pair08c pairec
W 08c c and aD 11 75c e BLACK LACK LACKANKLE LCEHOSE LACEANKLE
ANKLE HOSE Embroidered In Incolors Incolorsat incolorsat
colors colorsat at 29c 9c pair
BOc oOc LACB ANKLE HOSE In I
tans and bronze bronzeSTANDARD bronzeSTANDARD
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STANDARD 35c 3 e c BLACK HOSE HOSEGemaraer HOSEGossamer
Gossamer and Gauze GauzeSIlIc GauzeSill GauzeSilk I
Sill LIllIe Hone With garter gartertops gartertops gartertops
tops and double soles he heels Js and andtoes andtoesat
toes toe toesat atSc at 25c pair pairYOU pairYou I
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Mens and Womens en s r rNever Fine Shoes ShoesUnderpriced 11 11Underpriced
Underpriced OneHalf an anJ OneThird I INever j jNever I
Never was a better opportunity offered to buy strictly highgrade latest style styleshoes styleshoes styleshoes
shoes at a fraction of their real value No old styles but newest shapes shapeslasts lasts and andpatterns andpatterns andpatterns
patterns in oxfords pumps and ties
1100 Pairs Ladies 350 and 4 Shoes 250
600 Pairs Ladies 3 Shoes 185
800 Pairs Mens 4 Shoes 250 I
300 Pairs Mens 5 Shoes 300 300When 300When I IWhen
When you compare these prices and styles with other socalled sales youll youllunderstand youllunderstand
understand unders and why the Sample Store is always busy busyDennis busyI busyI II
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ate ic c Mercerised Satin Table Ta TableDamask le nfn
Damask M I Inches wide 29 DC 9C 9CThe C Cie
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Table Damask 7 1 In I wide r9C i
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98 98C
Table Damask 72 f In b wideioo wide ide 7OC 7OCLM C
LM 1 Mercerteed ereer1aecl Table Tab TableCloths QO QOCloths
88 88C
Cloths 1 ja yards long OOC C CIU
175 Mercerized 1 rcerbed Table TableCloth f OQ
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Cloths 2 34 yards ldsg tana HIII < < dl O 7 72M
2M 5 Satin Damask DamaskPattern DeUaak DeUaakr DamaskPattern
Pattern r Cloths 2x2 2x yds t QQ
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i3bo a50 Satin Damask DamaskPattern Damaake DamaskPattern
Pattern e Cloths 2x2 x2k yds 275 O 9 > 7K 7Klong
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Six Reductions in Prices PricesMerely rr
Merely hints of the Basement floor Bargains
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Special No o 1 ITrunk Trunk with 3plyveneer 3ply 3plyfTifcr 3p1yVfnpfr
veneer box two trays linen lining liningS1250 lining3d
I 3flnch 3d 15 ifCr Usually S1250 ct12 50
Special No 2 Trunk with two twoleather t twolather o oJeat1ter
leather 5 straps Usually Q 398 > QO
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Trunk 38inch size linen lin n lined linedtwo l1Dedtwo linedtwo
two trays tra and hat box f 1TfT 1TfTUsually
511 8 11 75
Usually U lY fib 15 ± ± O
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Pattern = Cloths 2x2fc x2 k yds ydslong < J 398 Q QQ
long P 3t 7O
1 dee d L Merceriaod TaMe TaMe12jfrc TableNapkins
Napkins 18 IJK inches tes w vlde lde 88 Ci3 C Cd
12jfrc i3 yard d stt sft 7h FtatR i0k Bi BIec Bleached aehed ed edWe
Mmtat M If 3 ladies ladieswide t twld
wld wide We f f15e H 9c 9clIe 9 9lie
lie Bleached Pillow CasesMxfK Cases
MxfK 4 x tedNte tedNtel 1 lIe lIelie c clie
l lie e L Loekwowd Lockwo ekwoM 4 Sheeting Sheetinglix4i f O O4ix4S
4ix4S inches I wideNe wide 12c 12 LC LC5c C CMe
5c Standard Bleached BleachedSheets QQ
Sheets Slx S1 ilxll l Inches JueA BleaebM39 OiC 39C 39CSlS C
SlS 175 Crochet B Bed BedSpreads d i
Spread hemmed 8139 1 39
Special Xe S iCOWJ LcowWde CowfcWe CowfcWeCase e su suCaee Suitcase
Case two tw sumps included behI lathedRegular e QQ QO QORegular
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Regular Re Jar price t3t > O
52W 2N Crochet Bed BedSpreads BedSpreads
Spreads fringed cat QJ OQ OQcorners 9
corners = 3JLO 1 189 189S S 7
3 Satin Mares > Sar8 MM a Bed n QQ
= 239
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2w5 3 2 2 Ossjimsrweigitt Ir = = rweogkt Blankets Blanketspink Blanketspink
pink and nine I r7Q
borders = 8179 81791234c 0JL 179
1 1234c Tack hr jAa BILt BaLk Towels
l8x31 IBeJIiM 9 9c 9c183k C
12 1 183k H Be Hesaldtdcei sssJtched Jt1 Buck Hack1sx1 BuckTowels
Towels ISocM ISocMISc lSQC iJIeIIe8f 8 c CIge
ISc Linen Huck Towels Towete18x t
11c 11ck
18xN 18x 1 inches inches2oc
2 2oc k c Hemmed Hock Towels TowelsISxSS Towellll Towels1vc
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ISxSS inches inchesISc incites18e uC uC18c
ISc Linen Hack Towels Towels18x36
1 12 2
18x36 18x35Incbe inches C
Special No 3 3TraYellng 3TravelingTrunk Traveling Trunk
brass trimmed trays and hat box boxtwo 1toxtwo boxtwo
two heavy vy straps Usual UsualIy QfT OfT OfTly
525 5 25
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Special Xo S 6Solld Solid Cowhide CowhideBa CowhideBag CowhideBag
Ba Bag deep cut cu with brass bra s loc locTc and andtrimmings andml andtrimmings
trimmings ml Regular price r
83 375 75
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225 398 498 798
298 Suits 500 Suits 698 Suits 1000 i Suits SuitsBest SuitsBest SuitsHest
Best Black Mohair Suits all the siyfes previously here at 298 to toiO toX90 I IiO
X90 iO to be 225 to fi9S 798 98 Come tomorrow and Sod sizes for forHIi small smallmeeStMi smalla
> meeStMi HIi a iara III and faf2e 1a Se e werneR werneRGirls j jGirls i iGirls
° Girls Suits Reduced to 175 175IR5 175Ia
1 IR5 Ia sizes es 12 13 and 14 years are dainty stats trimmed wi wife wtiie wMeaA wtiieaed vkiteaadtk
aed bhck braids
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j Adults Bathing Caps and Shoes Shoes25c
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e Ms 25c to SloO 150 Caps to be l5c to 98c 98cShoes 9ScS80es 98cSines
Shoes to be only 22c 22Cy 34c and 44c Only 40c for btgs is s to tod todhcbthes Iwid Iwidt i iBatbing
t hcbthes ihio ctothes
Bathing Hose finally nally Reduced ReducedSee
See nirst ikxx tables and irad faidSiik Silk Hose worth to SIQO for only awijy awij39c only39c y y3k
39c values to SOC 5Ocat 50 at I at only 21C ordinary 2oc Hose at a l4cOds t4c ad s iidmds and andends tiKinnohr
y ends aIlE mds > for lOC only vaJ nnohr nnohraIlE lOc pawr pawrWas pGIHLingerie naar naar9S
9S Lingerie 88 88c C I
Was 1 to 2 2Regular 2Regu1ar 2Regular
Regular patrons need nee not be reminded that Lingerie made madefor madefor madefor
for a cheap sale is never tolerated here The Princess Slips SlipsCombination SJipsCmnbination
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Combination Garments Separate Skirts and Gowns that have havebeen havebeen havebeeu
been on tables during durin tbe July Safe at 1 150 and 2 are to tobe tobe tobe
be 8Sc for choice cboicebe beginning d tomorrow momfeg rnwmin 1Oi11 t To distribute distributethe distributethe istnlJutethe
the crowd and avoid discomfort cii ofnfarE tables are to o be located ed edsecaod on first firstsecond firstsecond +
second and Qwd floors floorsTables floorsAt r rI
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At 25c 39c and 69c 69cTables
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Tables will also dot all three floors floorsfilled filled with > Short ShortSkirts ShortSkirts SianSkirts
Skirts Gowns Drawers Corset Covers and Chemises Chemises25c 25c to to69c toIJc tob9c
69c for 5oc to 100 values A few Combination Garments Garmentsbut Garmentsbutyou but butyou
you must come early for these theseHurry the
Chamoislike Gloves 24c 24c66c 24 24Ii
66c for i 100 00 Long Ean Silk Gloves GlovesHurryand G aves avesHurryand
Ii Hurry Hurryand and youll find all sizes of the Chamoislike Gloves MI in natural naturalwtrik shade shadewhite I Iwhite
white and black bb Think of only 24c pair for these SOC 5 < k Washable Gloves At 66c ace acebest arebat i ibest
best 16button Silk Gloves with guaranteed finger tips full length k koo th J turain turning g the elbows dhowsand emiade emiades emiadeand s 1 1Note
and sb staying turned Black white tans tansNote rimlvae
Note that cheap c silk gloves lacking bc the double tips are not here for good reason reasonMOST reLOO reLOOMOST
MOST WONDERFOTr WONDERFULThe The unpublished bargains barg ins for the last of the three threeWonder threeWonder l lWonder
Wonder Days Come tomorrow visit visitll all five floors and youll appreciate aBpreci t the full fullmeaning fullmeailing fullmeaning
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