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North Parkersburg Parkerskr Parhersbuigborne home Daring thistithe this thistime i itime
time the tuugues of the gossips P8 have havewagged haveragged vel velWagged
wagged relentlessly a coroners Jury J1Iryhas juryhas i ihas
has deliberated deliberated with t1a much weII solemnity solemnitycity a l faits faitscity 1 1city
city and county officials have rushedhither rushed rushedhither nasIaMhither
1 1t
hither and thither after el clues aid aadthe aidthe
the t be habitues i itttes ef the earner eII salaoas salaoashave salaashave I
have aired their setfiaBportant eHl Iatportaat portaat con conclusiona i icI
elusions cI clusionaYet usioDa usioDaYet i iYet
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the amateur sleuths avail aothing aothingand 8OItIdJaan aeththgand
and an d Parkersburg 1l1C a ndning and oil oilproducing offproducing i iprodudas
producing city in the Ohio raHey i iIts goes goesits i iIts
Its way ay with a mighty mystery ty tery on itsLind it itmind Its Its11ind
mind Judge Watson is dead and the
2000 he carelessly exhibited a few fewhours tewhours fewhours
hours before his his4enth death ta Ifbut mtesjng mtesjnghut g gbut
but that is the aval e tetal of Park Parkers Parkersburgs ParI Inbar rs rsbargs
burgs bar 5 knowledge knowledgeThere kDOwledgThere knowledgeThere
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the chain of evidence e of coarse It Itirell is Iswell
well e1 known that Ute judge and two twowomen twoorne twowomen
women orne friens gathered in the theOf rear rearof rearof
of his hjsomcethat office that His BJ BJfew r Opesd a aew
few f ew w bottles of beer that the attorney attorneyl attorneyloft i
l loft ft for home before midnight alone aloneand IoBeand aloneand
and thtt thttthe be was next seen dead at atthe i ithe
the thre th cold of Ids residence Hew Henrh HowhP I Ihf
hf h > > cane cametbere there whoaotnampnaied whoaotnampnaiedhint who 1Ito accompanied accompaniedhim ie41
him and bow aayctte poured enough eRGGCIttrclBlne enoughjt
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Vision of Disaster to Repub Republicanisia RepubticanQi1 R b bI
licanisia I in Fall Sharedh Shared Sharedby Sharedby
by h President PresidentDANGER PresidentDANGER deotDAt
Chief eiEucwi Eigcmive ve Looks te t tSarre S8at1a S8at1aseJt Soufli PJ PJS
S seJt Sarre v Nation Fran Prele We WeUru wie e f fBr
Uru UruJA le
Advhncrs er t Ik n Fi Jit t are e etbt teU teUtits
Mm that mess there tItereC1t to soec mom ndtesi ndtesicteure radhaa radhaaltar
are ltar re to ttul PwhUr + ik sesti sentiment IIIftrt wM thiougti tit lhrihat I Ie iL
e at t UK COaaXry e the neat Cllll c ortptJSk 1 rMJCHM rMJCHMi Jh JhwID l ldo
i do etorttoos tns win result ia m one of the tIMtdefeats SMS SMSdisastrous as h hdefeats
disastrous defeats defeatsbelief Rcpu R 1 1r HC l bas basecdr
ecdr r sut2Imed sut2ImedThe I IPi
The Presidat Pi HJ1 sbarsa u uat thispiateu rear rearae
at ae and wttlt It Ittlaat be ti ditpaei to the thebelief
belief that within IOt tb aext few years yearsnuneattsm v s sradlealism
nuneattsm will 111 grow by leaps andbounds and andbounds
bounds bo in the United UIlltedSlat UIlltedSlatreada U ted Slates SWesThe Slatesand
The reada tpethteem the eseservattres eseservattresand el elaD4
and and the progressives which he heheal was toheal to tohEaI
heal has merely widened wideDedai and aadsteed eisepha eisephaaitrod <
steed Itself itaciLMr eILr
Mr Taft looks to 0 the South as the thesection
section e of the country tQ which Iaieh will move loveawre ve
more < re slowly 17 and act as a brake IIcaIIe4e aa i ten tendencies tendeuciFs ¬
dencies which he regards as apt t ta be beeim beanio
anio eim too radical for apnea uiimnir pvraaestThe uiimnirThe 1 t tThe
The above statements sum up the thepolitical tbepolitical thepolitical
political situation and tbe manner to towhich iswhich a
which it Is regarded by the Adndatetra Adndatetratioa Adaaiairinuoa aratioA
tioa The Information Iaf ta1orit adoa comes Crom Cromhigh frumblgh teen teenhigh
high ta tae Prestdents ft Presidents ts regard and andcite ooeto ooetoc4k ClG8DI <
cite and allDd1eat Indicates that Mr Taft te fatty fullya1he oy1fte
alive 1fte to the menace which hicll hicllto affording affordingto
to anay politicians bangs over Ms Msparty Ida1UtJ
party I Ice
ce lit litAaad I IAvJJ
Accoratoja AvJJ 5 to to information receded Inj InjWashington la laWa IaWaahingto
Washington Wa iBlttoB Senator Crane who wasH wasHsent was wassent h
sentWest sent 1 West tolook to look over the hand aoBal aoBalcatty poIIdlef I Icup
catty eooM eo ld take back to t Beverly only onlydU4o 0Id71 0Id71ODe onlydbtce
dU4o if aging reparto teptr s From at least leasttta i ifcsnai
ODe tta raeuhber e the Repmbtiaa Congr Congreit 1 1there
eit fcsnai + w committee cou Eftee there has basstatement ceie ceieBtateftleDt a erne coaitstatement ernethat
statement that rather me than thanconservatives ace tile tbeprt i ipr
pr > Irres 1ve ve elected fa any dMtricts the theeemaertatives I
conservatives tlw should throw theft weight weightThe
to the Democrats DemocratsThe
The recent re ent results tn Iowa and Kan Kanut Jtaato Kaaw
w ut have ssrv aorvod d to irtve rlve r home the theconviction
conviction to the minds of f the lender leadersf lenderraalcaHsni I I
At f the party that prgresi 1ePI veaeis 01 orradioltam i
raalcaHsni is on the atcreaea al alwas aIb atsn
sn the htra e + asrasa asrasay
b y tAat was wa Cut Cutdtcappearlag 1
dtcappearlag dtcappearlagWithin ppetirl iWithin
Within the past twelve twel attaa attaaTaft months monthsveiled Ilk IlkTaft
Taft h huc made refe referesaa ore or orens orensveiled j
yetl veiled to the idea that the > jieapl e emight 1
might become too radical Then tail i
mattoea are a corroborated by lie in
foi formation tion obtained in Washtegtm adIIct U tcday Utar 14day
day lt 1 Taft has a IXPI xpreeed TI la stmttar u I
tar opinions ep in privateSatbeai private privateSouthern prlyatestIieat
Southern Ideals Iliai IliaiHe P PHe Foe FoeHe
He is also described as believingthat believing believingthat iaa iaatJaat
that the South will save the stttia sltualion stttiation ltuadon
don from Ms le point of view fcecauae fcecauaetre hecaaaetee
tee U e ft ti pulaUr pniahvt UI the South hsvin hsvinrelttsined hiving hivingrtmslni1 II YIn
rtmslni1 1 a for years J practically p un j
changed in its personnel I MId habits habitsof l ita
of thought t1tou lIr is naturally progressive progressiveIt p e eIt
It te more e free than any other partof part partof
of the United States from fr fror la the t te effect effectsd
of the tid tide of immigration which Idch Idchcome has hascome
come into the country trY and its iiins iiinsand ideasand
and ideals are to a great extent teat fixed lieddna fixeddad bedDd
dad Dd deflnite de Anltc litteThis
This description of the Preside PI PreirMeeta PreirMeetaattitude IJLlf IJLlfattlt1lde at a aattitude
attitude te taken bypoUUcteas by IJOIII IJOIIIplaiaiDc p Udnts as ex cat
plaiaiDc the great efforts he heto has made nnreo
t to o put the Republican party or It Itt Ittteet
feet In tfce South SouthThe
The nc e + rs that the outlook for tb t tDCXt the thesettt
DCXt a xt election is regarded re l with misgivtaga mis misKiTbIKS
KivtBKs at t Beverly bears an out the feel feelfDS feelhas
Fn has r of the manages of the campaign campaignAlthouah capaI ea paign paignAlthough
Although their public statements temeta are aftfun arefall j
full of optimism and n41 tined tinged tin with hope hopethetr
their private expressions have the tb re reverse
verse English and they make ke little littleattempt Littleattempt
attempt to conceal ceal the t he fact that if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the elections e tlo were e held lIel < tomorrow tbe theDemocrats
Democrats would win one of the moot mostsweepln j jsweeping
sweeping victories of their career careerli
Hsfiaf li For F Lacky Lac > cy Tara TaraAt TanAt
At t present the tenders are ughOar to toi tomste j jmake
make a bow and with the ftnio forlorn a hersttt hers hatittlot bwtttt
ttt the t tack which has bled these in inrtsdoue
iHwiuua + campaigns cam ad will li I be acahr on tfc the thejph
jcob Erer they aowtrv hoetvrr can itot AR ARent
aft t how they can be l IWIO y e oupato
I to win out next Xovrmber NevembrrThe Nof t tTIle
The a4P1Ueni 4em ment nt of danger which bidl se ma mamot n nthat <
mot fmwperable fpeI to the breach within withinw wttlll1Mn withinthe
the w hefty When this Ad Adtftt Adwlilistratbn rintotrattoa rintotrattoarrt
tftt rrt began n it wax freelr t said id that the thePresident theFrvsidene
President with hh I h H wellirown good na nature a ¬
ture and a his aptitude a for bringing men mentoext
toext > er r on vital tal points would ovld ovldenr bridger bridge bridicerer
enr rer r the chasm which 1d1 had begun to toJIDfUat towarat i ienantt
enantt 7l 1 e Mnrdorks rdorks from the Taw1IrY Taw Tawne T
1IrY fIfJ1 ne > s c the hc BristOWs front rhe he Crane CnL11e4t CraneBi
Bt C t vJ slim c the insurgent Senators ao1 ao1Reares an anPns i ipqrMath
pqrMath Reares irttathes es were dep deprived > Ked of their tIaekt
patron t ge by I the I Admbtlstt Admmtstratioa atioa the theehasn
ctesat itfcamjf llfCUte wider and nd it is aidening isidenttg5V aideningWith <
fleIV gait gaitWith y yWith
With thto U rftaation 24ttl on the Coasrressioaal Coasrressioaalipaders eow CbssrewsiowlTraders kaI kaIlfoMHS
Traders 91 f the standpat sE pre aioa prt W ptrfe <
fe thAnselve th hetr vet unable t te evae Their Tbeirbest ir irti
best ti till if that tJa t a wood 111110 thtw to do to to 0
try to tltSlnD amo out insorct jnm1 in nrrttnrTr tI o Ittd b t they theyare t ta theyare
are a tv v no means certain that msargency cy
n inn to die dieLONDON dier
LONDON NDON Aug < 7 7WIU Willows a young youngeagtaeer y yr yopnngengineer
engineer r of Cardiff Card stirred London LoacIoathis Londonthis LfOndoathte
this morning by circling high ever averthe everi everthe
i the city and then tending laadln in lab dirig dlnI dirigible ¬
t ibis I at Crystal Palace after a ni night nightpt nightlight ht htflight
flight pt of 15 IS miles from Cardiff CardiffHe CaNUrtea Cardifflie
He maintained ad aa avasave speed of oftea
tea tealeavta miith 116 aD It beua dteistg u rip ripIeatdDlr triple
leavta le Tthti the starttac point at f oclockl oclock oclockinVfl
1 tart 1 light sk skt skJ
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inVfl iflaenit = Lt QR < y tltlt t
AS ENLISTED MEN INThirty MENi MENThirty i iTllirry i i i
Thirty Out ofg ofgForty of Forty Proba Probationers Probatir ¬
tioners tir rhrrS J7 Taken Into IntoOrganization IntoOrganiza IntoOrganization
Organization OrganizationCAPTAIN Organiza Organizationy tion tionCAPTAIN
Declares Every Rule of Naval NavalBegatetiuwg Nalkui5 PFacalI
Begatetiuwg I t wrtiiltio kui5 Was Lived Up to toon toon
on Ozark OzmrkLatest OzarkLatest
Latest r Developtncnt D Det elk lopl12 vent nt in Atl Al Alleged Allege ¬
l leged lege Desertion DesertionOsark I IIh Ii I7hirT i
Ih if r rty Hrt peekwidoner NtItAUOR nc ew ewOzark 1
Ozark fftttftt eo ea i for t r term of service servicee ter acrvdceheease lce lcer
heease e of r Id I learra a xBtHfw RHtMf atnez of cruise crubteU
I Il IGo
j e l rwdeL rwdeLf
U Go f A t Kenny > who left Uxarlc rk at atAiinaniMirT atA atAaapet
AiinaniMirT A 111IfI 8MokM kM Hut he he given Rivenrtvtfrrt giveneeuctasartlal heH heHhe
eeuctasartlal rtvtfrrt MMirttalt so a he can take ilL bLfat ilLIIHt bLsiweiele
IIHt Mehte a sees B as Jle possible possiblelrive Mlltlc MlltlcJfI
JfI lrive r nevra P Rica asho I jumped jumpedsblp
sblp at 11 1 AMaflpeHn net bclac bclacpTH 1tC1 1tC1Iarl kinsrerwitrly
rerwitrly pTH Iarl rt > e cIHttltI Ii tcI vrlll III be dreppod drep drepped tlroJJJN4I
pod InMH fe et the reds redsChptmw ri r rC + M Mto
C Chptmw Strattea tl1ltt ORIIIWIHtttR t the h hfI
Oaaerh fI teMtc of f refHtht reporting ant only ealyral onlytan
tan to General ral Hurries by letter but hatto butt
to t t naleeraa IFfeer r f cMmmanfllai every everyfa efJ7Rt
Mmlike fa t at which > the ke Ozark OzarlcMfM OzarktllJHeC Ozarkrtgaet
> tllJHeC rtgaetLabgleiatiy tllJHeCUeL MfM l lUn
UeL Labgleiatiy Un i Tfcl My rcp rCJJ4Hted rteil that Major MajttrIfTy Majorierey
IfTy 1 W Herroa Inspector gen Kcnerai KCfleIIII genera
eIIII era erai who moile lRVcsttsrati IR tlJatleR a of ofrserter ofdenerier f fIPnI
rserter IPnI i chanrc ck c of peer fendj food foodTT t tl tll
l j TT + llrealment will miens Infermlyfccmle JatoMftHtMIt4HIrtel5 miensltriwde
lyfccmle beadt HtMIt4HIrtel5 rter there 1JterertI anus anusno > va vaHO
HO fnnndatle tI te them themIvxpresBinft theIRFdpreS8iDIt themFacpring
IvxpresBinft thmeseives tJuDe elve as more thanpesaed than thanwith Ulaned
pesaed ed with wi service in the Naval Bat Battalion Batcau Satmites ¬
cau mites of the District National Guardthirty Guard Guardthirty Gaanltltirty
thirty oat e af f forty ef the tbetJoGen proamtJoaers proam pvbatiosera
tJoaers Who be took the t tcruise two twocnr weeks weeksezuk
cruise cnr a the e United I1IIuIfllia Stta i reserve reservebtpp servc I Iebt
ebt fllia UttbrJc 74tht wore rere faaay o > > EeeLltr claHy taken takenthe take takethe
the srpahtilllti iiMnteiislUii J r hy Okptnia 1tta g Str treu 4a 4Mae 4 4fon tton
ton a
The be remaining Nlllllarte tea laclndias aeJ aeJrtJIe Ineiua feteof four fourf
rtJIe of f the even e waa avaartssT at atnapoti A AnMpoiis An Annapoiia
nMpoiis have ha bee been rejected by 1t3ctIItc the re recmfttee reeruil1n
cmfttee officer r hecaase oC physteal phystealThte Ieal
1ID1ItDHs 1ID1ItDHsn andttseesThis
This n aaaouacemeat l8eIIt was mad tOayL toe toly ay ayL I
L Ly > Commander Stratton an board U be beship e I IaMp
ship as site he lay at atehor anchor at t her Sev Seventh ¬ I Iem
enth em h street wharf as a potent refuta refutation reta ¬
ties of the tales of horror iH iHr iHtret iHtretr
r nt and poor food which some IMNDetAe of oftne ofthe
tAe seven ae deserters told after their theirfortythreemile theirforqteeDlile theirfortythreemile
fortythreemile walk k to Washington WashingtonDenrute W WDeftr WashingtonDefrate
Denrute Deftr decaaonams 6llu ha not DOtTal been reached reaehedby reachedby
by naval Tal hattaaon ofactete UK to the thethem theexact theexact
exact ev oL ae arttea te that w be plo
sued ia regasd to two of f tM seven te tesoertfta deeertfe
soertfta T d them Allen LloydDd Lloydand Lloyd Lloydand
and Dd G A Kenny the only ones who had hadbeen hadbeen j
been regularly y enlisted will praba riy riybe iybe Y
be given courtmartial te the immedi aate Datatediate immediate ¬ I
ate future LloYd has not JIOto yet rspoito rspoitoofacteny raportatoflciHy
ofacteny o or explained h hte s absence abnencs Cra Craship troaship
ship it is unofficially IdaUY announced IIIIrced mat mataction thataction
action ta his case iase may F be drastic drasticCeaaMcrate tIIwRieCU dtasdeCen
Cen CeaaMcrate CU i rate te Te Kay KeaayToward KayTowani KennyToward
Toward Kenny however the na nabattalion shattalian I
battalion ea authorities are re tocttned to tolenient i ilenient till
lenient Kenny reported when the IIIt aiv hi6 hi6dulled j jdocked > i
y yesterday T told the officers otJIeenreaJized he herelined
relined a mintahe had Me Metb been made more morethroun ntsnethrope <
throun tb ft a spirit of fun than anytbtngdoe anything anythingelse JIF I1aDd
else and that he wanted waatedflal a cear coartnrmr coartnrmrtiai > rtasr rtasrilal
tiai so he could take his medicine medicinea e T r rKenny
a man n Kenny had done Httte or ao aotaDUm IeaIIke
talking since he Tetumed t to Washing Washingon W I I1IOD
tan on via the railroad ties from Annapo AnnapoHs
Hs and mpg saj the stories toM tokltM by wire wireof nryiiof i
of the other deserters were not 110taJa only eahyoverdrawn onlyoverdrawn
overdrawn tales but that they had been beenvastiy
I vastly YaS vastiy 7 exaggerated xqpr ted Since he reported reportedto i ito I IIe
to rut ship ip less than tea days after afterjumping alterjumng I
jumping it is not thought tb his 11 pun puntehment punWtment
tehment t will be more than Ute Uteror naahaaat naahaaatfor mhdmtanfor
for such a comparatively pet petas petty dell ekaeeas e i
as overstaying snore liberty liberty RIa man manhy I
ily Jy attitude when ea Jhe a obIp hip reached pert pertyesterday pwtyat portyestetday
yesterday yat according to a ni member ec of 0the
the staff will count greatly in his favor favorwith favorthe
with the courtmartial board boardJames beardJames i
James McPartend H Hibbs F 10 H Hemon Ha i
a emon Robert Miistead and R RVaIker Italker Raiker
VaIker the others who took French Frenchteave Frenchleave
leave at AnaapoUs aapoU said Captain Strat Stratlon Slnatto Sitatlon
lon to today are not wanted in the bat batLitton Mtdion batanon
Litton dion and after they hare e tufned 1NJd ta taail imiii
ail the clothing which belongs to the theeoemrment
Government t they will be requested to tomake
make their rwence eIICe notable wherever wherevertbe whereverthe
the ship is at t anchor
Tbe charge that the round robin robIaacaiDat robinprosstM
protesting ° against the stories told by bythe bythe
the des aeerters erters and commending C the theofficer
circulated officer of the t battalion bad been chr drcuIatAd
eulatod only among members of certain certaIIportlo certainportiotis
portion portlo i of the ships ctIp s crw as reported reportedin r
an a rooming paper was declared to be bewithout beithou1 bewithout
without foundation foundationMs feuDduionNtllBes
Ms k Karaes Solicited SolicitedIn
In Is giving tile men peFIIIIIIIIiMI pei mJauiuu to ton towake tonake
n wake ake up Ole round robin mid 1 Cap Captain CaptalD taptamn ¬
tain 9trattoa today I xnresxir expr for forbade tortade forhade ¬
bade the originators Iftaton of the Jm late to tosolicit
solicit signatures It was w thai tit sue suerested suggested ¬
rested n that a espy be placed on the t1Ieballet thebulletin thebulletin
bulletin ballet beard and those who ilubail to tosum tot toeie
sum t It could go to the man 7710 had it itThis ItTh ItThis
This I agreed to o and every LJDe LJDeto jne sign signed tcIgned ¬
ed to it was done at the signers in initiative inttiatlft Inittatlee ¬
itiative and pleasure pleasureAs pi piAs
As to the alleged absence a of reports reportsfrom reportsfrom
from me I would like to expLUn that thatevery tUreport thatevery
every report expect 4 frutn rum r Teo me e was wasmade wasmade
made Furthermore Fa I saw to it thatGeneral that thatGeneral tbatI
General I Harris was kept informedas informedasfar ialenned ialennedfar as asfar
far as possible of every plan I reported reportedto
to Oapt pi J M Bowyer saperintettdent saperintettdentf
of f the Naval Academy at Annapolvs nllJtOl eas eassoon as assoon
soon as we delated there I It a re de4 de4to o oto
to t Rear Admiral i MarsheS MarsheSContinued dl comntanssnt comntanssntContinued T r rCGl
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SAX SEBASTIAN SESwrrI 1IIO Spate Aus ARC 7 77TwentyAve 7Twentyflve 7Tw
Tw Twentyflve tYe thousand t seasoned Span Spanteh SpaaYeteraas Spanish
teh veteraas are nesmpsd rr in hialMut and aadabout andabout
about San Ssaastten I a today ywatU ywatUy awaiting awaitiasany awaitingany
any y clash between Catholics sad Bepubikaas Be Republtrans Bepubl
publ publTae pubikaasTee publtrans publtransTbe
Tae TbeIs et eammer capital LI oI f Spain usu usually u ual17
ally the gayest spot pot hi the ktape ktapeIs
Is in a state of practical sl siege ge Civil CrrilKoards ChilliuanJa Civilguards
guards crowd the streets and our ourrrwad surrouad 111 111JYv
rouad JYv the e sunnaer > ame palae Royal RoyalHUMMUTS RopJH RoyalHussars
Hussars H fret Madrid are camped pM pMtile ta tathe inthe
tiletr the plaza favc moaataln battertasi battertasifrom Uadss Uadsstab
from tabof fromof r rtbe
of the InMrCst et < Y tat ec with their aetry aetryeaaaon ajaSr ajaSrcanaon y ycaaaon
canaon connnandias co the principal prtneJpalstreets IJI1heIpal1eetL principalpmts
streets streetsThe pmtsThe 1eetL 1eetLTIle
The ordinaryaacrlsea erdt + arf r paratat of f X sHt M la laLa lalaatry haSaatry
laatry aM a rebtaent 1 c rhtl rhtlL1 gnaado gnaadoLi
La last in a the armx that tIIILtthe has occupiad occupiadtbe eeupinthe
the city ctt the railroad sidings It IIIIIIPfti1ed ar arffiled are arenied
ffiled with empty troop trains t that thatday thatday
day cla an1 D night < have been pouring pourinssoldiery poarlns1I01diery pouringsoldiery
soldiery Into the city eHjrGeneral cityGeneral
General Weyler W the butcher tdIft of ih ihj Jw JwSpaaI8It theilpatsbAmerican I
j apantehAmertcan SpaaI8It war te in general generalOFF generalCAPITAL l lCAPITAL
Special S iii I Train Trains Leaving at
130 1 30 Carries 125 i 25 Members Membersof
of Local Camps CampsOn 1 1on
On a special tram watch left Calla Callanailsa Uatoa UatoaStattea C Cat
Stattea at 18 1 1local toM today iii Me members eC f tile thelocal I
local camps of the Kmgats Tamptars Tamptarsdeparted Tetmplaredeparted rSdeparted
departed for Catear c to take pert t tthe h hthe
the thhtyArst trteaaai aI conclave COBCIa of 0KJ the theKniahts theKnights I
Knights to be baM there this week weekThe
The party was ta charge of Dr George GeorgeC
C Ober grand commander N 9C y C the rata ratairandaT COIKI COIBJIderT =
I > maauery JIderT of o the Dtetrtet DtetrtetWaaMngton DIstrktW DlstrktWashtngton
WaaMngton W Cumwandetj Con utaodery No N e 1 Co Cotambte CobIa Cotumble
tumble bIa 2 No o 2 Potomac p i No N 2 De Delo Delolay Mo Motey 3olay
lay No i and a Orient No 5 are thecamps the tbecamps theea
camps represented on boar the Special Specialth apeetaltM
tM th t members Mil era of winch will endeavor to touphold touphold
uphold the honor and traditions tra of the theWasbte
Wasbte diIa toa CNl contingent COII eutt at the conclave conclaveta eo 1a ve veO veSelBe
ta Chtetro ChtetroSeae O
Seae Are M Mounted MountedTee Hsted HstedThe I ITIM
The 0 Dta Motey Comnundery Is unique uniquehwtsrjocti uniqueiaasrtaica I
taasrl hwtsrjocti as It comprises Ute only onlymoutted onlynrouLted
moutted men aieong the Washington Wasbiagtoncamps Washingtoncups i
camps and it te expected that this thtebranch tlIts1MaBdI thisbranch
branch of the local knights will make makethe makethe I It
I Ithat
the best showing owing to the fact factthat factthat
that they have been grooming I their theirhorses tbofchorses tltelrJIonea
horses and making special preparations preparationsfor pleJMLrattoIIslto
for the trip for some time ta order orderto
to appear to the best advantage n the theThe UteTrioUs thevarious
various parades cad spectacles spectaclesThe 1 1TM
The special which left this aft roses rnoonwill r rwill roseswill
will make ke no stops between her here JtentCIdca8o and andChicago andChicago
Chicago except to pickup pick up coiiumuMi coiiumuMiertes eo eoeriea commaaderios
ertes ta two t or three cities atons Ute tberoute Uterout theroute
route and it should get the knights k kto te teto i ito
to the Windy Cii is > in plenty of ttmato ttmatoparticipate d8teteparticipate limo to toparticipate
participate hi tile opening opea opeaerNW eaceivlsea cercJa hi himorrow to tomorrow ¬
morrow On Tuesday the local contin contingent coatlugest ¬ I
gent ellt will march In the parade e expected expectedto
to be tbe largest In pest assemblage of Knights KnightsTempters KnightsTemplar i iTJIiIarI
Tempters = > er held beMHope 1tehIHlpl heldHtapr
Hope E Fsr er Go Good d Showing ShowingOn i iOD
On Weukcaday We8 iday and ThursdaV Tlnar8Cla the com competitive emmpetithe ¬ 1
petitive drills cb11 ta which aH a H the caMpS of ofthe oCUte ofthe
the knights throughout Ute UnitedStates United UnitedStates URkedstates
States states will participate will be held and andthe aMthe andthe
i ia
the Washington knights hope to make makegood panea
a good showins tIIao In these defile even eft if ifi IflQaey ifthey
i they fail fAIi to bring home any trophies trophiesi trophiesLocal i iTIle
i The local Templars Te will leave Chicago Chicagopect Cb Cbat Chicagoat
at 1 M ocIock Friday JIIKJJoIf morn rug and ex exped expert
pert to reach Washington W8h OD some tune tunetbe tiIIIelite antethe
the same night A terse number of the tilewt thewives
1 wives wt ft and friends of the knights accom accompanied aecollltheIa aceorthem ¬
panied them on their trip and special specialamusement specialamusement i
amusement fea feaContinued features a veil as a1llltel a1llltelContiaued numiertContinued
a1llltelI I
Continued on Second Page PageGeorgia PIJeGe6lg1 Posei PoseGeer
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charge 0 th troops aDd 1M has trans transpond
ported to the e vicinity of San Sebastianevery Sebastian Sebastianvary
every vary avaiktMe veteran within a reasonable rea reasonable naaoaaIIiIe ¬
sonable distance Weyler te determined determinedpared < i ito
to prevent aD outbreak and Is pre prepea
pared pea d to repeat the order that he teemed teemedat
at Barcelona Close up the the8111ar hospitals hospitalsA
and 8111ar eniarpe e the e eeaietedai eeaietedaiA Milt 1 1A
A regiment of cavalry cavalryinfantry a 1etPnaeet c ofInfantry
infantry and a battery batterythr uo 01 n Ine rJnetons
tons all JIIIck dked are irafed tv r ct lostthe
tile 1 resHn4pe 1111 flc of ltkaeh Ahrs Ahrsma
ma tbhse thr royal eIIII8InB c rhJfcft ill ass ibrnioy time year yearaM 7W IreN + eitr eitreN
eN PitaMj of the A Astarte taxav Prases PrasesJaaw PrIiIIeetwo Prhloi3ahtie
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Priaosss Print aw Pan Beetles trips of thirteen thirteenctesavy u msmtine msmtineeisaely die diewatdled
ctesavy watched by thea tIMIrtINt then naotnaai naotnaaiMother vrasi vrasimatber
Mother the Queen hfother Dana Carte Cartettaa Ch Chtina
tina The mUMary authorities ut fad fadfldent feeltldent con confident
fldent that they have ha the situattea wen wenIn wdIhaDcI wellIt
In hand for the present presenthad pre8entA
A report from JtOillle that Pope Pius Piushad Pi Pihad
had addressed a aupenonal personal appeal t tKing to
King Alfonso Alf te England En askW aski him himto hfanto bbato
to be Just ta the republicanchurch republicanclulrelaillite ate atepnte dlsputt
putt has had a quieting effec etlecINFANTILE I
Child Near Manassas IsStricken Is IsStricken Istricken
Stricken by Dreaded Dis Disease Diseaseof Dise ¬
ease easeof e of Limbs LimbsMAXASSAS LimbsMANASiAS
MAXASSAS Va A Aso Avg 7The Shat Shatdoe
cu ef bye patens tIaIII otr omatyen 1 I
so far as known bas aevelaped 1 L1 I at LIa LIatNe Linstres
stres two sila tit of faases T Tw
w when the an sevenrearell r daughter M of ofRroben ofCIartr 1 l
Rroben Clarke was stricken with tit themysterius UMJ tIM
mysteiteas ateease dhseaseDr j
Dr J M Lewi of Ma Mn + sas who whowas w wwLS whowas II IIDr
was called to attend tile s eosa e rtsten rtstenthat stat statthat aIatthat
that all a the symptoms of the theare disease diseaseare fliscnpnaxe
are present and Ad that in his opinionhis opinion opinionhte
his hisadiagnosis diagnosis adiagnosis of the case te correct On Ony
Friday y afternoon paralysis of one of
th the e lower limbs developed veJop and Dd teat teatnight sanight a
night tbe lower er limb became in like likemanner likemaRner ilk
manner mannerMinneapolis maRnerCLINGS I
ENVELOPED IN FIRE FIREMinneapolis r rMinneapolis IRE
Minneapolis Man Is Rescued Rescuedon R cued cuedon
on the Verge pf Suf Suffocation Suffocation Suffocation ¬
focation focationXINXEAPOLIS focationXIXEAPOLIS
XINXEAPOLIS Mind K Amj 7 7Baagiag 7Banging
Banging by Ms bands from a third tIaInIat4MT thirdstory
story window w while > flashes tteked iie a his hishirers
hirers aM 1 t Ute tK t It k btack ashore at atmost atmom
most ee saffocated ecated rjfc r s Henry Tohnnan Tohnnanwho
who roomed at atter St v TUfaM TdnIwu awaae emhwas south southemen
wu roecaed by kelDell emen today and to totfcm Isnow
now at tile hospital faa a as lees esui esuitlea I
tfcm tfcmHte His face and hands h were badly burn burned barBe burned ¬
ed A A1e panic ensued Urtustn the otter otterthirty otherthirty
thirty guests but no one else was in injured in inured ¬ I IJured
jured juredMr JuredXt uredMr
Mr Johnson was sleeping ta an hefated iso isolated ¬
fated room on the t tlhxl Iirel floor Whpn be bewas hewas
was awakened by the smell of saran sraethe saranthe sawkethe
the flames had aJreaoy aI penetrated the thefloor theloot I
floor and cut rt off biB 1158ex1t exit ex by the wait wait2be o trs trsThe h
The beat drove rov Km l to the wlvf wlrrew wlrrewwhere w wwhere
where be dangled ui utttB tB the Incense we weable ale mt mtto s sable
able to reach him with ladders laddersThe
The hag wit its contents nalted vattedat val d dat I
at mjH9 was dfatraarad dietratredGeorgia dfatraaradGcergfe ea I IGCGl1gta
Georgia PlaeParfitiea PI Piae Partiijci g lacEa jack 350 soJ soJteL yo yoper
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Papal Secretary Se ef Stats StatsMarquis Sta StaCOMES StateCOMES
Marquis Ma uis de Trevelac Tr veJac of ofFrance ofFrance ofFrance
France Ma Mey r rother Write V te An Another Another ¬
other Booka BookN5 Book BookNKW BookNEW a
NEW N5 W YORK Aas 71Aa Aa h la 1IIIw 1IIIwr ssendisg ssendisgpiuaseagsr ar stias stiasTA
piuaseagsr r J 1 em Ph medema bi Suer New NewTock V91v V91vreck TA W
Tock which reached her dock bore thismerwhrg this thisa I
merwhrg I W4 ass tte Jimrgris de T Ta Tredac Tredaca
a bend aoMi saritea sariteaThe ma maThe I ITM
The marqnte although be traveled traveledfirst traYeledfillllt traveledSeat
first class spent mast of his It time timeamong timeamong I Itile
among the thewhere senddniw et pamepera pameperawhere rs I Iwhere
where he said be had more opportunity opportunityto O
to become acquainted with the trueAmerican true trueAmerican i
American type Passengers po n ge surmised surmisedfrom surmisedruin 8ed 8ed101II
from ruin hints diowed by the maioute maioutethat naquisthat
that h bft te here to And material for fortrarouto foranother I
another book 08 America although the tJte1r2nI thesmgnds
trarouto 1r2nI was Impatient UeM when asked askedahuut askedabut i
abut the purpose alt o Ids trip by news newsage wewoI sewnpaper
paper men He heisted Ute Iono Yey voyage Yeya
a age was taken merely for the purpose purposed i iof
of tending Ia a few fewthat American not trout and andthat j jtIIat
that he wo wospending would P go lilt hdo the sod s after afteraIIt afterspending
spending aIIt two days te New York YorkMeet Yoc1tMeet YorkNeel
Meet Salvationist SalvationistAdewaattea SalvatiosA ist istA
Adewaattea A deI d atba of high fatea offlcers of the9aisatiou the theSaIVadaa
Sarration Army vrts UI at Ute U e pier to t meet meetT tC meetCermrnsooer
Cermrnsooer C I Tler T H Boward foreign foreignear f fof foreignsuerMary
suerMary of the army tr EasIIt England wh whia who whoIs
ia Oft his way ta 3broto ear a special speehUmissloa speeIaIr1
r missloa r1 connected CDIUIeCt with the work of tbe tbeforces tbeforces theforces
forces ta Canada and the United U States StatesH StateK
H i Perctval j Dodge formerly An AmricaD AmricaDmIaIster Anierkanminister rican ricanseager
minister 18 JIeroeeo was ao pee paeMr peette5ger
seager Mr Dodge te returning to take takeup takehIs takeup
up hIs duties at t Washington as reddentdiplemetn resident residentt
diplemetn = 1k t officer of the State Depart Departtnent DepartteIIt Departmeat
meat to which post be was recently recentlyappointed reeewtJyappoIateIL recentlya
appointed appointedDave appoIateILDaYe a
Dave ve Montgomery MOD of ofDd Maat Maatfrom
Dd Stone pastemed from r the thea th thh 1I to toa
a tram for forte Chicago i itomorrow where w he reopens reopenshte peftSbls
h hte season tomorrow tomorrownight night ta The TheTown Old OldTown OldTowa
Town His T vacation m tD England the tbeactor theactor theactor
actor said had been a profitable one to tohhn tohila tohim
him and a disastrous dl one for the ERg SngIteh ag aglint
lint 1 bookmakers bookmakersJockey boOkmakerJockey bookmakersJockey
Jockey Is Prospering PresperiagHe Prespe n nHe
He 1 + 5 Is a lifelong 1If friend of Danny Danny3iaher Dtutaybe DennyLaher
3iaher the American jockey with withActing wtthbe withwham
wham be spent moot or his time abroad abroadg
Acting cttes g on tips from Maher Montgom Montgomery ¬
ery says n be won arwral touaaads theu andt5 I sf sfdollars rdoDan ofdousra
dollars dollarssea doDanMalter dousraMather
Malter has had mash a proatabte J c se seMIl seasea
sea that be te rvdu naiiiiaintaf a house al alNewmarket alftat atlcewmmrket
Newmarket a flat ta London and aBreter a aouatrj ae
ouatrj estate e tateW
W J Breter B sler a vice president ldeAt of oftbr ofthe
the 0 > e Central Railroad of Jr Iew Jersey JerseoyNtunled JerseyNew sfI sfIroturned
York from the tbeJjUBiiiatlimal theI
roturned on theInternational the New
JjUBiiiatlimal interned I Bailreads conference co e at atAerae atBerDe atBorne
Borne BorneINVITE Switserland SwitserlandINVITE SwttserlDdiNVITE
CINCINNATI CIC NA TI Ohio Aug 7 Rep Representative Rep Repreeemtative p preMllltatlTe ¬
resentative Nidotes Lonsworth to today toi toivtd ¬
day i rscejvtd ivtd an Invitation to offlctete offlcteteas
as a PEYtd Juf Js at a baby show He is islooktaV Istat isMulti
looktaV Multi tat into to Ole qualMcattone 6 re reired re reSWISS reHatred
Hatred ired
K NEW W YORK AVIC Au 7 iThe The Swiss Swisspeople SWlspeople Swisspeople
people of New York today are raising raisingfua4s ral8tn ral8tnr
fua4s r to aid sufferers of the seeds In InSwitzerland In8wt InwttserhaOd
Switzerland of test June J The Swiss Swtefederal Swissfederal
federal cauactt issued M satsal H appeal p sal forsnorey for forjawey f fJDftrey
jawey for this vtrpese D vSwIae S aH aHovt ar
ovt over r the wend > ortd ar ats expected te re respond res reOurhelliatty ¬
spond s i iOer
Oer Ourhelliatty Sk iQQtaity j riaity Is IsEJooring IsEJooringIA1i flooring flooringBtoak coring coringiwk
Btoak Ubelev IA1i Jfe Ce nth New York YorkMe YorkA
Me A e h1
Zealot ealot Dreaming of a aNew aNewMerged New iSiewMerged NewMerged
Merged Religion Kills KillsThree KillsThree KillsThree
Three ThreeWOMAN ThreeWOiVIAN ThreeWOMAN
FOR INSPIRING ACT ACTCalifornians ACTCa1ifo ACTCalifornians
Ca1ifo Californians ians Indignant at Mixture Mixtureof M ture tureof
of Occident Occid nt aad Oldest O em emC2tSOO Which WhichCaused Whicht WhichCaused
Caused Tragedy TragedyDetails TragedyI
I Details o of Murder erb By b Mem MemBer MemJ Member Memher J
Ber o of f an Oriental Cult CultDevotee CultJ CultDevotee
Devotee J vCJte ef Oriental cult e lt stays Ja ays a en entire eatlr entire ¬
tire tlr California famllv amll IK order ts tsKct t8Jet toget
Jet tbelr ha heme e for place Jlta ef rrer rrerIn werablp worship
ship ablpTeu shipTenTearold
Teu TenTearold > ear ld trey sworn era la II as dep deputy ep epDb
Db fa chief dependence ef sheriff sheriffIn JtcrlKIn
In search fer murderer stilt ntlMlarge at atlarge a alarge
largeScorcs largescores large largeorcs
scores orcs of prominent Japanese JapaaethODht Japanesethought Japaaesethonjsbt
thought ta be members of the theIcr tk therend
rend new emIt being JllaeC1l 1111 under 1111dcr I
Icr < arrest by It authorities aatherltlenAnimosity BathedtlC15almolt authoritiesAnimosity
Animosity almolt Intense against JlPt owner arraerf eWBeror ownerof
or f home which slain famMr fa leaned leanedfrera lealledfrem leasedfreut
frera woman said te t be leader of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe religion which In I a mixture miactareof
of naddblsm blatelsa Skl < t lsm aa and aaftChri andChrlstianlty t tSAX
Chrlstianlty ChrlstianltySAN Chri t1aalty t1aaltySA
SAX SA FRA2WieCO P1tA Ans Aus > 711opian 7Utopiandreams 7 711opianI Utopian Utopiandroaaw
dreams of f merging the pod of Bhud Bhuddism Bhuddi Bhuddlm
dism Shtetotsm 9det I and Christianity C1 int inta inta inta >
a grand pr pntheteai todays tod7dev tavestiaatioTi tavestiaatioTidovclosed i vestigatioadeveloped
developed dev eaaocd the murder of father fathern fatbruter fathermetier
n uter oU er and sea af the Kendall fuiilaon faxiilx faxiilxon fan l1 l1OR
on U their efa lonely canyon ta1lY ranch at Cza Czadeo Caades t td
des d M
deo1fc MTM
The ranch was owned by Mrs Henry HenryF Henrynew H eDry eDryF
F seazb8ek of 0 Oakiaad leader oC the tho1IeW thenew
new CHIC SIte dotared K k as the hom hornfar homr homfor
far r r a New Thought catony The Ken KendEdte KendIiIII Kendetis
dEdte wile luslit the snot by ay their theirrefusal theirrel theirrsm
refusal rsm ash to lYe up thou lease stood stoodMt stoodue stoodis
Mt the way of ofaad lie prngeem fJIf die plan planaIIII planand
aad Henry TanMsachf Y eIaI whose w OrtentR Orientsmind OrtentRwItII OrtentRmind
mind barged with the Are of a seaio seaiola ssktIn t ta
la a frenay af ruBgls rsl estash msnli stew thoe thoewho tboewile thotiewho
who uncoaactsairy 1M a 11 UId stood hi the way wayYaamgncht wayYacW wayYaaagacld
Yaamgncht Is stffl at tarts Arthur ArthurCentos ArthlirCeUI ArthcrCollins
Collins tea t years old is the chief cta f d dyeadence dIKe drwdence
yeadence IKe af ShernT Sited dasHh of Casadr Casadri Caaad Caaadfa CaaderSworn
i Sworn tat as a deputy the youngster youngstfwbo yoangstLwIio youngsterwho
who knew the tIIeJe Japanese fanatic w M Mwhen 11 11wItea I i iwhen
when he was employed te a candy CIIcI lac lactary iaetey ac
tary has started with the sheriff on a aStetewide aS4atewtcIe aSlatewide
Stetewide search of Japanese Ja settle settlexafcnts eetth1IMIIt settlemoats
moats The sheriff declares that the theneramie theittle
JIUJe fellow so well dacribed me manaerktnt man manJteIIIIme
neramie and appearance of o the fugttiethat fugitive fugitivela fustthhe
that he is ceeldent j at the bo boy win wfIlJehle reag reagaise
Jehle tM Jape Jape elle n ae Oft eight eightI pt
la the meantime meantimewere time acting under the b bversoas bP tythat
lief that 17 wen maD m macting any lnNDiDEI PetwaineiaIndirectly
versoas indirectly involved in th thseheaie tP tPaoar itsamong
seheaie among whom are declared t to < > IK IKGertrude IYGert 1 1Gertrude > <
Gertrude Gert Boyle the noted sculptress sculptressward scalptrewife sculptresswife
wife of IlL 1 Japaaoe baron I poet t anj aniward anjwan
ward of Joacuta J MIller but that roost roostof moeof t ter
of the Japanese In northern nort hern California Californiaare
Inthe thenort
are supaorters g of the plan the authori authority aathoTidw t tties ¬
dw are arretIDs ae little blown Jft me > a ab l leI
ty scores eI
1 Mrs Starback Blamed Bfcuaehuefc BIaJaeiFe BlamedFedig
Fe Fedig le intense against II Mrs St Stok Stbock
bock Tae wife of r a prominent pi osnlacat attoi attoiaey att atttIa att1sty
sty 7ith tIa laflllgin at her connaaad all azrlwith an1deat allwt6
with a IIdIIII social pu abe it it aesed itcaaeA
caaeA L bavhes tried to mix the Occi OccieIIt Occdest
deat with the Orient with wit the teeviUl inevitaltragedy teeviUltragedy l ltra
tragedy tra 7 as a result resultFrom reau1tFrom resultFrom
From her aanociation with wit tile Japan Japaneve Japane5e Japanme
eve e5e the woman te said to have e cnn cnncfted rneeived n norlved
orlved the Mea of uniting the goon v vBuddhism ui uiBoMhJsm vi viBa
Buddhism Ba Shhvtoiom 9111 and ChrfstUnitv ChrfstUnitvinto ClwkttaBilIIIto Ciictianitinto
into A cw acw cw thought t cult She chose choathe ch ch1Ie chosethe
the 1Ie caayott ranch of the e KeadaU KeadaUplanned a atlK athe
the > e 8C er projected colony a aplanned t tplaa
planned to spend hundreds of thou thousand tho thoIUMIa thusminis ¬
sand of dollars on temples and nome comeswhich iiomcswhich nomewt
which were to arise on tLj tL tt slopes slopesthe < > f fthe fthe
the SierrasHundreds Sierras SierrasHundreds SIerrasHDDCtre
Hundreds of educated Japanese we wentereated wentereeted wer werntereoted
ntereated te the scheme and the work workwas fllr fllrws wortwas
was underlain by zealots Recruit Recruitswere Recruitwere a awere
were daily beteg added until far down downin dvWIlIn downin
in the rank and file of the army of the tlupropagandists th thpr theIrv
pr propagandists fists appeared a Henry Tama TamaThen Yamattehi YarnapThen
pThen ttehi Then it was that the shadow dew of ueiLih ueiLihfell tle4thleU tieahtell
fell upon the Kendalls Father mothe motheand DlOlheawcI motheand
and son they were Eying < on the slopts sloptsof
of the mountains earning erII their liveli livelihood Unliby llvelihrod ¬
hood by ranching and Dd they refused u ugive tu tutlye togive >
give ove their tbdrThe lease leaseTbe leaseThe
The TbeMrs ana of the law was iDV invoked ed b bMrs hy hyKIIti
Mrs Starbuck It Itto was DOt long enolS rnotgto I
to tear the lease from the KendallYamagaehi Kendall KendallYaamgaehl KendallYamesacbl
Yaamgaehl knew kite this Tb The Iiendalishad Kendalls Kendallshad KtfldaJlsba4J
had become DecentetJae the stumbling < block in Hit tiirpath tri tripath Hitpath
path of his hisBenes rengion rengionBases rehgionBones
Bases Feand la Stave StaveAs SteMM SteveAs
As a ranch ach hand the Japanese had hadaccess hadacce s saccess
access to the Kendall JCe household hev III And Anithen AndtJtea Andthen
then Yamaffacht Y I disappeared Days Dayslater DaYateto Dayslater
later when searching nItt parties went t tthe tthe tthe
the apparently deserted raatit raa < rh they theyfound the thefoGJMi theyfound
found tn the stove a few f w charred bones bonesOutside boneQut bonesOutside
Outside lde in the chapparal a heap p of ofashes orashes ofashes
ashes toM that another Ore had been beenbuilt beenbuilt n nbuUt
built la the rates of the tb fire n wen wenI werpfoultd werefound
I found ether relics of the Kendall KendallPersteteat Ken4aUop KendalkPersistent
Persistent p investigation tton has finally finallywrung finallywruftg flash flashwrung
wrung from the wealthy woman wh whconceived whI whconceived >
conceived the Idea of the new eilgionsay religion religioni ftl1g1onsaT
I i gay the ponce an admission d8 Without Withoutber Withouther Withouther
her knowledge knew edge ber words had Sired Siredfanatic the thefanatk tilfftie
fanatic br brain ia of the little Japanew Japan > and amibe andbe andhe
be bad gone forth to aid her cause an anti ancle antian < l lhte
hte anIle He e returned to her after aft r the crime crimewas crimewas rimewaI
was committed and cefeesed etMN IIl > md She prac practically Pnlftleal1y practicafy ¬
tically admits that she shielded sh lded kin and andallowed andallowed aniallowed
allowed him to escape escapeThat escapeThat e eTtlat
That when w the rolls of the new cult cultare culle cultacre
are e made known there tf will N t o fonn formthereon fonnthereon fonntboreoll
thereon the names IIKS of many rulturc eulturiexlifornnlans rulturcCalifornianx UltutealtforalaRK
Californianx who sought to mix wits wititheir witstheir I Itheir >
their own the weird eInIlmportft Imported notions of oftbf ort ofus
tbf t Japanese te declared today toda The TheIMUMOS Thelta Thew Thewnssa
IMUMOS lta k te said will include men an1 an1womea an anWOIINR anIwomen
women of note in the literary liter worll worllleaders worltileader oTM oTMleaden
leaders Jn society and the th pror professions TTOrionJ09 sslon
300 Durant D rent Kiads of Flooring FloonagFrank Foo FooFrank FlooringFrank
Frank IJbbv it Co 6th th 4b New York YorkAve YorkAvo YorkAye
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