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1 JL r Skoivers ShmV Shoi Thursday Thursd ers Tonight Ton ry ht htOT or orThursday > < lhe 1 1NUMBER 4 riJ f i il 4 i tn i it r i e er rlASr j LAST E ENUMBER EDITI0NH EDITI0NHNUMBER
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NUMBER 6S14 Yesterdays Circulation 42046 42 046 W WASHING ASHlNGTt1X 1 T TvTC Y WT VE snA x li V lNG V G AUGUST 31 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE ONE O CENT
GREATEST IN WORLD WORLDIs I IIS
IS COL ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSAYS 1 I ISAYS
SAYS GOV STUBBS STUBBSKansas STUBBSKansas
Kansas Executive Lauds LaudsHim LaudsHim LaudsHim
Him as Biggest Man on onEarth onEarth onEarth
Earth Today TodaySUNFLOWER TodaySUNFLQVER TodaySUNFLOWER
SUNFLOWER STATE STATEROARS STATEOARS STATEROARS
ROARS OARS A WELCOME WELCOMEPeople WELCOMEPeople WELCOMEPeople
People Pat P Pi t Joah Brown Brownand and Visitor Visitorin
in i 1n tke th e Same Category ofFighters of ofFighters ofFightelS
Fighters FightersKansas FightelSKansas
4 Kansas Platform Best Ever EverWritten EverWritt EverWriften
Written Writt Says Pinchot PinchotGlfford PincnotG11rord PinchotGifford
Gifford Placket in a speech from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the rear end of the Rooseveltcar Roosevelt Rooseveltcar RooseTeIcar
car said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The Kansas platform III I the best bestpver be3tlCver
3 Ever written writtenAVbo vvr1ttenwWbo tteo tteoVho
AVbo wrote It asked some one oneI oneI
I dont knew kneyv1lo ivbo wrote ote It but butthe butthe butthe
the next n time the people willwrite will willvrrite 111 111vrlte
write It at the polls said Pin TMaJames Fl1chot Pinchot
chot chotJanIe1I chotJames
James R Garfield spoke of the theprogressive theprogresslTe theprogressive
progressive movement movementOne mOTemeDtOne
1
One local speaker spCaker declared Roose Roosevelt RooseTelt Roosevelt ¬
velt wax Jqhtlngfer 8ghting far the same samethins illUDethlop namethings
things thins for which John Brown Brownfought DrownI Brownfought
I fought
By JOHN SKURE SKUREOSAWATQMLB sifuID sifuIDOSAWATOMIE SSEOSAWATOIIE
OSAWATQMLB Kan xa Aug 21Tbe 21Tbe10rme Theformer The Tbelonaer
former home of Old John Brown fairly fairlyTreat 1aJrlyWeatWlkl fairlywent
Treat WeatWlkl wM ever Colonel Theodore IM dece decevelte Booveil Boo Ifcttoaewas
veil wileD he arrlYed MM MMmtroQaced tadelr 4 4was
was introduced by Governor Governorthe SUftM 9tb m mthe 3 3tbe
the greatest man te the worldNest world worldNext worNXext =
Next to the flMUMc i battle jttle AT C Cf Cthe i iwatomle > V Vwatomfe
watomfe when 5 Jigf B prn f fought foughtthe oCQ oCQthe
the invaders fro iromaking this U Ugre Is Istaial
gre taial aMt dr drs drmaking fI i ift
ft s
making prepare preparatioiH 2VOt ot only te all allthe aUthe allthe
the population of lwatomie iWtom1e tomie out in inspite inspite Inspite
spite of the drizzling drizzling rain to do de honor honorto honorto honorrto
to the colonel but a a a laxx large section of ofthe tCthe c cthe
the west of Kajws fi on hn hand handKansas h hXan n4 n4Kaneas
Kansas Xan as itas MAS made up its sated that tkatthe t thatthe at atthe
the colonel is Insurgent eat It has got gotstraight a astraigbt a astraight
straight tip that the colonel in the theEpeech thefiPeech thespeeds
speeds today dedicating the John JQ Brown Brownbattlefield Brownbattlo Brownbattlefield
battlefield battlo eJd vrtll enunciate principles principleswhich prtnd pcbnciw prtndwhich
w which will be eminently satisfactory MtI faetory orytO to tothe toe
the e progressives and pateCul C i1 tostandpatters to the thestandpatters t1Mstan
standpatters stan p tters hence It is exuberant exuberantStandpatter exuberaDtStaDdpatter emu emuStandpatter
Standpatter Has Ne ShewA Skew S SkewA ew ewA
A poor standpatter hardly has a achance achance adance
chance for his life In Oeawatomie Oawatoa e today todayWhat todayWhat todayWhat
What adds to the interest of the occaslon occa occasion ¬
sion lon is that the Republican party coon coondi council ¬
cil made up of the 1ead1R leading State and andCongreeeional aDdCo andCongreee4o0al
Congreeeional Co candidate and Senators Senatorshas SelMttonbas Senatorsbas
bas Just got through adopting a plat platform pltform platform ¬
form at Toeeka To eka that t t gives the barest barestsort 1Iareetsort barestsort
sort of indorjoment to President Presl dent eDt Taft Taftand Taftand Taftand
and takos a bard wallop M t the tariff tarifflaw tariffla
law lawIt 1 la w
laIt
It is s an in Insurgent enegent platform out and andout andout Bd Bdout
out Kaneae Kansas te looking Jook for forRoos The Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt ore oreRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roos ett to t 4 418 some hard hittine htttia = to today wM wV today ¬
day M
dayWe
We V like tke Hooeeveit hi Kanoms hut hutKansas 1MItKanMIJ batKansas
Kansas will be 4 disappointed K he does doesot doesot doesof
ot hit hard before Jteor he leaves the State Stateaid SUlteaaid Stateeaid
aaid aid a a leading insurgent i polttictaa poUtIeiaaday yes yesefal
1 > f day afternoon as the Roeoveit Roe ovelt lip lipehtl ape apedal
efal crossed crO Cl over the border from roe Colo Colorado Colorado Colorado ¬
rado radoNot
Not Oeawatomfe alone but what whatKansas whuanses whatanees
Kansas anses and the spirit of Si te here boregreet to tosreet tosreet
to tofolks
sreet Theodore Roosevelt Roo evelt saM w the thefolks Utefolks
folks at OeawatonJe when Roosevelt Rooseveltreached Roo Rooseveltreached eYeit eYeitreached
reached here at atII atIIGreat 117 117Great JJ9 JJ9Great
Great crowds about the depot set up uproarious uproarkuo liproarlous ¬
roarious bowls of welcome Engines ia iathe iRthe inthe
the railroad yards blew a salute saluteThe sauteThe saluteThe
The crowds have been coming hi since
Continued on Eleventh Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The temperature has fallen decidedly decidedlyin
in the Plains States the upper pper Missis Mississippi Miisafssippi Missts51ppi ¬
sippi valley and the upper lake region regionand regionand regionand
and it has risen In New ew wand north northern 1IOrthern northern ¬
ern New York the lower Jo er lake region regionand regionand regionand
and the Rocky mountain region regionThe r regionThe ioft ioftThe
The indications are that ti tile e weather weatherwill wetbelwill weatberwill
will be unsettled with local showers to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night or Thursday in the Atlantic and andeast aa aaeast andeast
east Gulf States Tennessee Ten and ad the theOhio theOblo theOhio
Ohio valley It It111 will be fair tonight and aadThursday andThllrMJ andThursday
Thursday in the lake region regionThe regioaThe regimeThe
The winds along th the New England Englandand E EaIMI Englandand
and Middle lddle Atlantic coast will be mod moderate moderate moderate ¬
erate southerly becoming variable on ontbe OIlthe onk
k the south Atlantic coast C08 t moderate te ease easeto e eastto a ato
to southeast southeastFORECAST SOGthee8tFORECAST southeastFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFor DISTRICTFor DISTRICTFor
For tbe District of Cotumbta CaN and andlaryjand aad31ary1aa andf
laryjand f showers showerswed UMlgfct or Th TIaun TIaundeT r rdey
dey y morning followed wed hy b fair alr and IItl eooi easier eooier CI8OIer
er erIng er moderate meclelUeing southerly winds bees beeslug
Ing variable ri Ie
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Today TG Tedayugh yBSgIa High tide tide of51 is M 4 a m and andp s95 s95D J5
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CONDITioN Oil THE WTSR WTSRHARPE1tS
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THEORY OF SUICIDE I
IN N HARRIS S DEATH DEATHSURPRISES DEATHSURPRISES DEATHr DEATHSURPRISESEXPERTS
SURPRISES SURPRISESEXPERTS SURPRISESEXPERTSDeclare EXPERTS EXPERTSDeclare EXPERTSDeclare r
Declare Man Could Not NotHave NotHave I
Have Killed Himself as asDescribed asDescribed asDescribed
Described DescribedtURNS DescribedBURNS DescribedBURNS
BURNS OF POWDER POWDERWOULD POWDERXlOULD POWDERWOULD
WOULD BE FOUND FOUNDExperiments FOUNDExperiments FOUNDExperiments
Experiments Show Extreme Imj Imjprobability Im Improb Improbability
probability prob bi1ity of Idea on Which Offi Officials Offidials I Icials
cials Have Worked WorkedWho Workedw WorkedWho
i
w Who nmrdcrad Norval 1 T Harris HarrisI HarMt HarrisDespite
I Despite > it t u the th ceMtpteceiU t attitude of ofcertiftcaXe otthe ofthe
the IR their leth lethug lethargy
ug ItT a certiftcaXe of e C saieidein saieideinveetigattons suteMe s in inTimes lnv
v stJsat10as seie 8r TIM Wlng Wsabingten Wlngtee
tee Times reporters r8lH l rs are dally 117 produc producftgr productag produelag
tag ftgr additional reasons why tbe suicidetheory suicide suicideleery ldde lddetlte4Hy
theory leery should be scmited 8111 and that of ofuroor orurer ofjnurdar
jnurdar urer uroor take ttk Its lt8Two place placeTwo pi e ey
Two experts ill the use of c Are rearms rearmstoday nns nnstoday
today y declared dedar that t t It would have haveimpossible 11a havebeen VI VIDeeII
been impossible lor Harris to have hare1C haveshot haveshot
shot himself throw Ute back or the theJe thehead
head unless Je s there remained after afterward lter
i iwutl
ward e evidences of J powder OW er burns 1nanuITests burnsTeats
Tests of f Powder PeWfierTJMee PowderThese
These expert Lhat W 1C I Farrow FarrowJtalph ParrowaM Farrowand
aM Ralph Coleman declare the matter matterpowder matterof ter terleWder
of powderamokelees powder leWder amokelooo or black blackdoes blackdoessot does doest s sBOt
sot t eater into th the question If Har Haris HarrIs liarrla
rIs is killed himself he held a gun un with withi wtthla withla
la i two or three inches bac e of his head beadmoketosK headSmokele headSmokeieee
moketosK Smokele powder produces pro4lu a ilamethat flame flameat 1Iamethat
that at would scorch 5COIc at this distance distanceRepresentatives dlatDceRepl8 distanceRepresentatives
Representatives Repl8 eatatiTe8 of The T Times today todaytade todayJDde todaymade
made tade a series of tests with smokeless smokelessirtridges smokelesscartridges okeless okelesscartrldges
cartridges HeM He at t a distance of six sixeight sixto sixto
to > eight inches i dt8 from a board a pistol pistoloaded plfioloded pistolloaded
loaded with smokeless cartridgesemitted cartridges cartridgesemitted cartr es esemitted
emitted a a name flame that thtFl ringed ged and Bel pow powerspecked powderspecked W Wderspecked ¬
derspecked a piece of l paper tacked taekftto tackedto j jo
to o a board Held at t a a distance oC c two twoo twoto twoto
to o four inches a black burned spot spotppeared spotappeared8D4i spotappearedand
appeared8D4i ppeared and this with the t e socalled socalledsingeing soelledsingetng socalledsingeing
singeing smokeless powder powderit powderhowever JH W er erI
it t however howev er is Iwt t one 011 e of the thets theovedooked theoverlooked
ts overlooked bjt1N har the = police ee ia iahaaUly ia1t inhastily
I hastily 1t IY fonnd foun foundgoedti namcfctciiarip that thwtHaartc th6tHRaW thatI3aat1
Haartc HRaWiNwas WINS IsMJi fit t e eiowrts i iIr
iNwas m mr isr
Ir r he of neeeasity killed kUI him himrelf hims hitttseK
seK seKIt s relf relfIt < eltIt
It is now Jt1 known the detectives Uv had hadn ha haIn hadin
In n their possession po e86i the letter from tromW8ID8II a aan awoman
woman an demanding demandnagtbat that Harris should shouldy shouldmarry
I marry y her But Bpt the woman has ha not notquestioned notbeIeI1 notbeat
beat questioned nor h Istd there ben benany bveRy PeR
any y investigation loe tigatloa of thre 8 possible t08SIWetive mo move motive ¬
tive ve for a murder by a Jealous rival rnatsome or orjme rsome
some jme defender of nn aggrieved wofoaa WOIDIUIb WOIDIUINo womaa womaahood wofoaaiOOd
b hood iOOd
Ke Inquest Reid HeidThe ReidThe HeldThe
The police completed their investl investlvtioa Ine inrestigatioa tl tlsatioa
satioa vtioa of Harris death within a few fewours fewhours fewhours
hours ours A certificate of suicide was wasssued wasissued 8S 8Siaued
issued by the Coroner without the theormality theformality tbeformality
formality of an a inouest iJlqOe inquest t The Th relatives relativesof
of rf Harris who however oweYer were not notk BOte10 notclosely
e10 closely k > seiy ely related agreed greed to the verdict verdictifter Ver4 verdictafter et etafter
after conferring with the police and andifter aJMlatter andafter
after haviD having been told by It the t e author authorHere aut1MKlUes authorIties
lUes that It was 8 a cIe clear r ca case e or sttl sttleWe suicide
eWe eWeHer Here Her Is a statement stattr ellt of fact and a aMochism acatecbl acatechism
catechism catecbl m applicable to the Harris Harrisurdor Hanismurder Harrismurder
murder urdor mystery that tat tells its own owntory ownstory ownstory
story tory of how the fate of the young youngitreet Yilagstreet roanstreet
street inspector bi peetor was solved how alleffort all allifiort U Uelrort
effort to probe the affair fair deeper ceased ceasedvilhtn ce ceasedwUhtn ed edwlt
vilhtn wlt tn a few hours after iter Harris dead deadiiSv deaclwas deadiAy
iiSv iAy was found early Sunday morning morningsouthwest monaID monaID1te mornlnbeside °
1te beside W a an old boiler at Ninth and andscreets andstreets
streets southwest southwestGHB south southwestGun est estGan
Gun Is Located LocatedThe LecatedThe LocatedThe
The victim x m was found dod d msd an D empty eeptypistol emptypistol 9IDPtYpitstol
pistol holster on his side The T e gun was wasmsiac wasMi wasniMn
msiac Mi niMn IIi A short time afterward It Itturned iturftd Ittarried
turned up vI in a pawnshop a a negro negropawned DetTOpawD8l negropawned
pawned it it The negro Jte rO has DOt been ap apprehended dJ dJpreiteDded apprebended ¬
prehended At most hes only a a rob robr robber remDcr
Dcr r say the police poHcethe poMceThere policeThere
There aaa aII no effort made to probe for torUte forthe
the bullet imbedded Iift ecIded ia Harriss brain brainIt lMalBIt brainIt
It entered behind and Just just below the tbeContinued tlteCOftUmted theContinued
Continued on Seventh Page Pg
CAPITAL OF OHIO 00Dynamite OHIOIN
IN HANDS OF F MOB MOBDynamite MOBDynamite
Dynamite D naml Damages o Build Buildings Buildings Buildings ¬
ings and Injures Citizens Citizensin
in Streets of Columbus ColumbusCOLJJMBUS ColumbusCOLUMBUS ColumbusCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS Ohio O i9 Aug a ATroops ATroopsad 3LTroopsaaci Troops Troopsand
and ad poHce were here re ia readiness today todayin tedayin todayin
in expectation of farther violence fel following felJewmg fellowing ¬
lowing one of the t e wiNes nights ofnoting of ofrioting 0 0EIotiRS
rioting that has occurred In the t e e street streetear 2treetr
ear r strike here hereCars hereCars ere ereCars
EIotiRS Cars were dyaamKed in Main Long Longaad LoDgaM Longand
and Sasdusk streets five persons are areknown areIkBoWR areknows
IkBoWR known to Aye been een injured by the thedyaamite tHed7Damtte
dyaamite and probably scores es of others otherswere otherswere
were hurt in conflicts eon lcts between the t e mob moband In Inthe moband
and the militia aad poltceSo poltce polleeSo pcrtlceSo
So great was the force of the Main Mainstreet ain ainfstreet
street explosion that not only was the theear thedalla88et1
ear damaged but windows in store storefronts storDeal storefronts
fronts fronts near by were shattered One of ofthe oftile ofI
I the men en hurt In this II6 explosion was waspulled W3tipu waspulled
pu pulled fd from beneajii the car He had hadfallen ha haf hadfaller
fallen through a hole in the floor of ofthe ortlte ofI
f the ear made by the explosion explosionThere exJI explosionThere IolL IolLThere
I There wcr were e ten passengers on the theMain Uter tireMain
r Main street car and a similar number numberOR
OR the Lone street car Four were OR ORtbe 011tbe onthe
tbe car which ran over 0Ie explosives expIo explosivesStreet IyOli In InSaadfusky kSiUI
Sandy SiUI SandyNo 1I8kY street streetOur streetarrNta
No arrests were made e of dynamiting dynamitIBgsaeects dynamitingsuspects
suspects suspectsOrr saeectsf
f Our Florida Cypress Shingles S1 ngles All No x xFrank II rFrank
I Frank Wb Libbey r Co 6ih N Y T Ave AveAdV AeAc1n
AdV Ac1n
r
Prominent Factors in Successful Munsey Tour II
HARRY C C WALLS WALLSDriver 3 1 M C RTKVEo RTKVEoCeatttt RE EYEi E L FERGUSON FERGUSONDr FERGIJ8ONDriver
Driver Dr er of Winning Wbmia C Car t Ceatttt Maaager QIU a of ICTsited iTJ tei Motors C Ce Referee Refer
HOlGDM ARHESIED ARHESIEDAFTER
AFTER LONG CHASE CHASEI CHASEDefrauding
Defrauding I ffluding Mail lail Is Charge ChargeAgainst ChargeAgainst ChargeAgainst
Against Cooperative Unit United United United ¬
ed Exchange HeadAfter Head HeadAft Headlite
Aft After r z sptrf94 splr 4 chase cha chaJter e4Hroun aroaad llad t this thwcity tJIJacttr thiscity
city and to oi other er points in the thetI1et 1strict Dis District ¬
trict from roIR here to Atlantic Ctty and andback andback JId JIdMek
back and finally ball from 4 here to Chi Chieao ChlWlUtain Chteage
eao William WlUtain H Holoemb vice vie presi president prestdeBt prosident ¬
dent and general ge en counsel of the Co Cooperative C0operative Cooperative ¬
operative United Exchange a au Art Artsona ArtSOD Arizona
sona SOD coacera has been arrested arre wcl In the theWindy dieWlncly theWindy
Windy City on a a warrant warnnrthim ehan lbar lnct lncthim atc atchim
him with using the mails for forlI a frauduent fraud fraudulent ¬
ulent lI entpurpot entpurpotThe purpose purposeThe purposeThe
The arrest was made by postoffloe postoffloeinspectors po poetvtlioeInspectors to < < lC8 lC8iU8peCtors
inspectors who had bee been eII on the tileJINI themans themans
mans JINI trail for months ous Xumerotfa Xumerotfaother Numerodsother
other arrests aar era expoe e expecfiM d to follow followin followla followIn I
in various vars parts of f the West 8t to which whichsection whichsection I
2 section CtlOJI the companys com1NL s work appears appearsto
to tc have been conffned conffnedOnly e conbnedOnly netI netIi
i Only the constant con tan t vigilance of the thelocal thelocal I
local 1 poetofice poetof fice e sleuths preventedwholeeale prevented preventedwholesale Kfteat i iwlMlee1e
wholesale frauds in this city so 0 it to tobelieved I Ibelieved isbelieved
believed A branch was was estabIl estabIlMle establishedhere established establishedhere
here a few months mont s ago with Frank Franklin FraakIIn FrankIto ¬
Ito B Bennett gas as S manager Themanager The Themanager ThemaBger
manager said toVay today that absolutely absolutelyno
no n business had been done here by byhim byh byhis
him h or any other otb representative of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the concern so far ar as be knew knewHolcomb knewHeicomb knewHolcomb
Holcomb was decoyed here last lastweek la lastweek t tweek
week by the authorities and on his hisarrival harIval hisa3rlval
arrival rIval stopped IR I one of the leading leadinghotels lea leadinghotels ln lnhotels
hotels He had been her bu a short shorttime Slorttime shorttime
time when he became aware th the i he hewas hewas hewas
was being followed He went fram frsmhere framhere MJft MJfthere
here to Atlantic City to avoid his > rar narsuers rarsuers Jr Jrsuers
suers but when he arrived there he befound hefound hefound
found them still on the trail With Wltbout Without Without ¬
out delay he started b back back k to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city with with them close on his heels heelsOa heelsOa heelsOn
Oa the t train en route he came faceto face faceto racet
to t t fa e Ywlth wlth his pursuers UISuers and an < < they theyremhrK tMYremf1r theyrernltr
remhrK Mg gr his ombarassment and not notbeing notbelngT8ady notbeln
belngT8ady beln being gToady Teady to take him into custody custodytold custcHl7told custodytold
told him a little story They palmed palmedthemselves plJlle4themselves palmedthemselves
themselves off of as newspaper n wspapr re reporters reporters reporters ¬
porters portersHolcomb portersHolcomb portersHolcomb
Holcomb accepted accgpted this explanation explanationContinued explanationContlnued explanationContinued
Continued on Sixth Page
VICTORY OEJl OEJlCONCEDED OERMEBCONCEDED
CONCEDED BY BLIDefeat BLAIR BLAIRD BLAIRDefeat
Defeat D feat Due to Vote in Fred Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
erick County CountyPromises CountyPromisesSupport CountyPromisesSupport Promises PromisesSupport
Support Supportt SupportCandid Supportand
Candidates Candid and antes fes for Congress Congr ss in inMaryland inlan
t
Maryland Marylandt MarylandREPCBLICAN lan lanRBPCDLICA
RBPCDLICA REPCBLICANFirstA
F1t FirstA t eo A Lincoln Dryden Drydennd DrdenSroood DrydenSecondWilliam I
Sroood SecondWilliam nd William Ii II am B Baker Bakerd BakerThird
Third d Charles AV V Main 3Iainh MainFourth 3ll1luPourl1l I
Fourth h Addison dfU on B MullikinFifthThomass Mulllkln Mulllklnh I
FJCHI FifthThomass h Ibonuix Parran Parranh ParranSlxthB
SlxtllB h JJ II Vnruer Vnrner jri jriDK3IOCRATIC jr jrDBJIOCRATIC I I
DK3IOCRATIC DK3IOCRATICFirst i iFirst I IPlrstJ
First PlrstJ J 1 Harry Harr Covlnprton CovlnprtonSecond Q CovingtonSecondl <
II IISccood
Second Secondl J I F C Talbott TalbottThlru TalbottTklr TalbottTk1rd3
Thlru Tklr eo George KonlR Konl KonigFourth KonlRFourth i iPoilrtll
Fourth Poilrtll J T Charles Linthlcum LinthlcumFifth LinthicnmFifth I
Fifth FfCt1lJ3mcs James Bno Snoe Ray Rnyjr RnyjrSlxthnn Jr JrSixth jrSixth
Sixth Slxthnn David J LenIs LewisGlsf LeirlsQ LenIsI
I Q GIst s Blab who o carried every county countym couatyin countyin
m in the SIxth district dl t11et except Frederick Frederickfor FredeIIckI Frederickfor
for the B Ibpui pufcllcn Mcaa nonrinatioa for for Con Congress COfttoday Conreo ¬
I gress reo today concedes the nomination nominationto
to B H Warner arner Jr jr and announces announcesthat an announcesthat ounces ouncesthat
that he will actively support Mr War WarDer Warner VYarnr
nr in the Xovemb November r election electionFrom 8lectiolLPrAm electionPretn
From the returns xeeeived at atmy atn ray head headauarters lIeadMr headlnnrters
auarters said Mr Blair today It it Ieapoareat is isapparent Isareot
apparent that Xr r Warner has as carried carriedtbe carrlec1tbe carriedthe
tbe district cII tI1ct bv b a plurality 1JIu 11ty rangiaj rar DJ from fromJM f1OI f1OIto fromAll
JM to 3ML The result in InIe Frederick Frederickcounty Frederickcounty
county m made d Ie this out tcOrne Oche otr > e of the ConreedenM Con Congressional Conc88lol ¬
gressional c88lol contest eeRte t possible possibleI
oI I shall actively support senor Itr Want WantI WantconUnue WarnerContinued Warner WarnerContinued
Continued oa Sixth Page Pagel
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flulnLoo ACTRESS ACTRESSTONIGHT ACTRESSTONIGHTPlans APinroo TfllHir TONIGHT TONIGHTPlans lUPIlam lUPIlamPlans
Plans Completed for Wed Wedding W Wedding d ¬
ding Despite Protest of ofMrs ofr ofMrs
r Mrs French FrenchXBW F FrenchN rench
1 1NJnr
N XBW W TO YORK JC Aug Atgi US ZF XL ZFtI F AvsuetMt AgustusWit AvsuetMttlte
Wit the tI e mfilionaire 1Pe copper COpperWM mart vehs vehswee wo wowac
wee recently r fI1Iy acquitted of vioiattefc the theUnited Utealte4 theUnited
United alte4 States banking laws and who te cisnow tenow 115aow
now being bdD < < sued s by y Mrs Ira LUtian Hobart HobartFrench Betlrteach Hobartrach
French each will be e married this evening in inthe 1 1t inthe
the t e apartments of the Rev Dr Hambet Hambeta
a Protestant Ep Episcopal pal minister at 34 34Jefferson 34Jefferson
avenue Brooklyn BrooklynIt
It was first ftl8t reported that the copper copperman copperJIIUI copperman
man and Del his fiance Mtes X Bernice Hen Henderson Heatler IlenBerson ¬
derson tler on an II actress living Ihi thin at the Hotel HotelAlgonqum HotelAJ HotelAlgonquin
Algonquin AJ < < onqutft would be married at 4 4 oclock oclockthis oelocktills o C oek oekthis
this afternoon but the Rev 1r > r Hamt Hamtthat Hamt4 Hamt4said < 4 4ald
said ald that his understanding was that thathe thathe thathe
he would perform the ceremony Ct1 eIDOIIY S s stime OKJ OKJtime wetime
time this evening He said aid h he was xatt aR aRtog It I Itftlt Iing
tog more definite information from thegroomelect the thegroomelect theme
groomelect me Mrs Lillian Hobart French Frenchtions Fr Frenchwho DCh DChwho
who claims a prior bold 011 t1I4 the a atfee atfeetioua < < ee eetiOIIS
tions of Hetnze was ill l in her apartment apartmenttoday apartmenttOday apartmenttoday
today and sent t word to reporters that thatshe thatwould thatshe
she would have nothing further to say sayAt sayAt y yAt
At the apartments of Heinae it i ihe was wassaid wassaid
said he had not been there last night nightor ni nightor ht htor
or today He could not be located locatedXlse locatedK1aq locatedMias
Xlse K1aq Henderson sent ent word won to report reporters reporters reportera ¬
ers at the Algonquin today toda that she shecould shecould shecould
could nor be seen and that thathe h t he would wouldhave wouldhave
have nothing to say 8 The be bethose name DJDt5 of ofthose oltINNIe
those who wfil w will l make up the bridal party partyare part7are partyare
are being carefully carefu y guarded guardedIt nJed nJedIt
It was said today that Henae e and Del his hisbride hisbride hisbride
bride would leave eave immediately after tbe theceremony tbeceremony tbeceremouy
ceremony for their honeymoon and that thatnext thatnext thatneat
next Tuesday Tve day they would start for Mon Mbatana Montana YOIttaD ¬
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who doesnt care if FrItz Setose sins sinswed does doesloan doe8wed
wed mother allMber it he pays her that 3ss 3ssIoan VN VNn
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Continued on Sixth Sht Page
Read Readthe the First Installment of PLUNDER ISLAND ISLANDIt ISLA1 ISLANDToday D DIt
It Appears P PPlunder ears Today in in The a Washington Times TimesPlunder TimesPlunder
Plunder Island is is one of the most romantic adventurous mysterious tales that thatLouis thatLouis thatLouis
Louis Joseph Vance has ever written and Mr Vance has scores of them to his hiscredit hiscJedit hiscredit
credit The vigorous virulent action of the story is in marked contrast to its peace peaceful peaceful peacenil ¬
ful tropical setting and stands out more strikingly and appealingly in consetpieneeLouis consequenceLouis consequence consequenceLouis
Louis Joseph Vance knows kI ows how to thrill his readers in in every chapter and this thishe thishe thishe
he does with his customary skill in Plunder Island absorbing their attention and andinterest andinterest andinterest
interest throughout every line of this rollicking romance of the tropical sea seaRead seaI seaRead
I Read ead It t Today oday in The e Washington TimesI Times TimesThe Imes ImesD
The First Installment of o PLUNDER N D ER ISLAND IS LAND
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OF OFTHE261FL80S OFTHE261FL80SBody THE 26TH FLOOR FLOORBody FLOORBody
Body of B H Holbrook
Crashes Thr Through q Roof of ofBuilding ofBuilding
Building Eu ildingB Belowi Below Belowstasir IoW IoWYORK
stasir i YORK A Au A 31 3L LTD The 7eiice 7eiiceas48vesigadng ponce poncerevtHvosttgvtftne 8IIce 8IIcee
revtHvosttgvtftne e tlsMtDg the death of Swgar SwgarH 341garH BdgarH
H pNbrook am insurance I seiieltorwhose soiteftor soiteftorwhose seltdtM1H
whose body 1H d fen from the top of o the thetwenty thetweDt7 thetwentyy
twenty fe story p Park rk Rew MINing bufldiagtoday MINingtoday buildingtoday
today and craAed cra through the elevator elevatorhaft Meva1Oadlatt elevatorshaft
shaft haft of the sixstory six iIx story ory bvfMtn building adjoin adjoining adjotnrag BdjOlnhag
rag hag
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Whether he ten felL Jumped iatrped6r or r was wasthrown W W5Sthrows 8 8tIuoWA
thrown over could not be learned learnedThe learnedThe learnedThe
The coroner belteves Hc4brook HoIb Ok was
dead before befor xis lJs is body struck the elevator ele elevator eMVator ¬
vator shaft shaftA sbaftA shaftA
A pecuHfa phase paa e of the case is that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the same sameme me amn on January S 1S9 1S9jumped lass lassumJHcl 1SSjumped
jumped or or fell Ightythrae ghtythr feet down downa
a stairway weft in the New York Life 14feInsurance LUeInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance building buiI as sustaining injuries injuriesthat InJurle5tbat injuriesthat
that almost proved fatalSUICIDE fatal fatalmm
SUICIDE SOICIOEJealousy SUICIDEJealousy
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SHOOTS TWO WOMEN 0MEN 0MENCause I II IJealousy I
JealousySHOOTS Jealousy Cause of Triple TripleTragedy TripleTragedyr I
Tragedy TragedyUnfrocked Tragedyr Unfrocked Min Minister Minister ¬
ister Fires F Fatal tal Shots ShotsKAXSAS ShotsANSAS
KAXSAS VSAS CITY Mo j jBrown Aug aIc s L LBrown LBrown
Brown an unfrocked uafroek Hllal minister ter today todayshot todayshot
shot and Dd killed Mrs Yl Edith Ward Tanl and
fatally tataJl wounded Mrs 111 Anne Laowbere Laowberethe Lampberewllo8e Lampherewhose
whose jealousy is said to have caused causedThen CILJIS
the tragedy tnLge y
Then Then Brown kiHcd kiN td Lbnself LlmselfThe
The shooting occurred in a rooming rooming
houseBrown house houseBrown boueeBrown °
Brown who was a veteran of the the
Boer war was formerly pastor of the th
Christian Church at Lees Summit but
lately = had been b lr working a as a car con conHe ¬
Dln
ductor and a railroad nreraan liremanHe nreraanHe
He was dismissed from his church churchwhen churchwhen churchwhen
when he lost S 6l 0 of church funds in a apoker aOker apoker
poker Oker game having previously been al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to retain his pulpit on making makinggood makinggood maltinggood
good 300 church funds lost in gambling gamblingaway gamblingAMERICAN gamblingAMERICAN
AMERICAN GIRL DIES DIESIN DIESIN
IN MUNICH ACCIDENT ACCIDENTCH
MUNICH CH Aug AU 31 StTUcvk by a run run3way runaway
away automobile Miss Rose RoS Bucking Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham ¬
ham of San Francisco Fl8D o lies dead today todayand todayaDd todayand
and Mtes Mss Agnes Roos of t the same city cityis cityIs cityis
is in a hospital suffering from f18ll severe severeinjuries severeluJurles severeInjuries
injuries injuriesThe luJurlesTbe Injuries
The women were wet leaving the Prinz PrinzRegenten PrinzRegentcn PrinzRegenten
Regenten Theater last Ja t night when an anautomobile gnutomobDe asautomobile
automobile of which the driver had h oletcontrol otet otetcontrol oIstcontr
control contr I bit them thornSeveral themSeYft1 themSeveral
Several other persons were slightly
injuredBest InjuredBest Injured InjuredBest
Best Florida Shingles 450 450 7 5o Per MIFra3I M MFr MF
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OFFICIALS AWARD AWARDr AWARDMUNSEY
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TO MAXWELL CAR CAREasts CARasts
Easts E iasts asts Greatest Auto EventCompleted Event EventCompleted EventCompleted
Completed Without a aSingle aSingle aSingle
Single Protest ProtestCOMMITTEES ProtestCOMMITTEES ProtestCOMIJHTTEE
COMMITTEES S WORK WORKSETS V VORKSETS ORK ORKSETS
SETS A NEW RECORD RECORDObjection RECORDObjection RECORDObjection
Objection to Rungs Common toOther to toOther toOther
Other Tours Notably N tably Absent Absentin AbseGtin Absentin
in Historic Trip Tripyo TripXo flipNo
yo pCTteett pint having willi b IteM on sere Ie against againstthe againstthe ptnstthe
the > n > 4fcM3B or the tafhateal l ennmitteeof aommittee aommitteesusoa mmlttte mmlttteCf
Cf toM 8litasey Hliade > > ac Tear within the thetilDe thetime
tilDe JM bed 1 by J u the aIIIrIINm Auto AutoI1K1b Automobile
I1K1b mobile e Asssdstioe Ao c1atloB 1el Referee X L Per FergU80ft Persuson
susoa this dB afternoon oUdaMy e ciBJIy prociaimod pro proclaimed prodalmed ¬
claimed the whmers whmersUnder wiIIIterruder winnersUnder
Under the rules protests arast t be belodged belads belodged
lodged lads within twentyfour hours Ji Ls afterthe after afterthe 2terthe
the tsck toeJMtfeal el remnilttoe t It Aka me its report reportThe reportbefacttlbattMtcNrwasGOBducted reportThe
The befacttlbattMtcNrwasGOBducted befacttlbattMtcNrwasGOBductedithallat fact thai the tour was conducted oeaductedwithout conductedwithout
without a single protest bete be being tg lodged lodgedwith Jodgedtu lodgedwith
with tu the referee te a striking tribute tributto trlbutto tributeto
to the proOefeaey of the u technical tutu kd com committee committee coomittee ¬
mitteeIt mitteeIt mittee mitteeIt
It te seldom an automobile t4iIllD1116 contest ce test Is Isagainst Isheld Isheld
held wIIIIoc any y protests II01e U bang made madeagainst I11a4e I11a4eagaIast
against the official e IdaI rulings and the of ofrciato oftdaIIJ oftciais
rciato and promoters of tile tee are be beiny bein being
iny in heartily oon congratulated atidated 1IItetl on the sple spledid spiedid ple pledid
did shooing aha ing made madeDriven
Driven By WailsThe Wails WalJsThe WaHsThe
The grand sweepstakes sweep ta1 < < 8 prize in thtour tv tvtour th thtour
tour was won by the Maxwell No Nodrn Nodriven V Vdrlvea
driven drn by Harry E EWa E Wails s of Philade Philadepbia PitlladcphiL Pbiadcphis
phiL pbiaroad phiLTIt phisThis
This TIt mcMro cIdDe 8DIIIIaed wtt with a perfe perfeToad perferoad
road road score and In the Ana f ati technicaesutritatisr technlca technlcatfc technlcafXBQIIaatJe
fXBQIIaatJe tfc wa was penalised only thrro thrrobeeauoe thrrprotDt thrrorointa
rotDt ODe eC these potato was awardt1 awardt1ue awardebecatae
beeauoe ue the fan belt was off and ad the theother th thother thother
other two for a pin plug cap being our ourto ou ouThe ouThe
The car was found to be perfect otherwise other otherJtmrt otheI
I wise and ready to Mart ant agate gala on a slong along J JIoDg
long trip tripa tripBarry tripHarry
Barry E Walk file driver Ier ol the car carwi airwhich
wi which e wart tIM awegarixkes MN I J 1 prize a a aveteran t tTetel8a
veteran fl < many reliability evenis ant an1a anta
a driver whale whos relainlfa ems al altile alerr r rC
tile a aea
ea err C Titiw 1i usnte III ey y run last year hr hrthis ar arthte r rear
this year ear drove drove e one e of the famous rat ratt Maxd Max Maswel
t wel eI teams teams eats tenMtor for fte the Glidden GIId en tro trophy trttph trophy
phy ph Hw js driving over the route of Th Thole T TeUIIRJ iunsey ¬
unsey Historic T Tour our was a remarks r8lD8rkahie remarkshis
eUIIRJ ole piece of work He brought his ma machine machine machtDe ¬
chine into every noon and lid night stop stopahead stonbead to toaItea4 >
ahead bead of his schedule and Del at the t e sam samUrn samkept same
i Urn e kept the car in perfect Jerfect condition conditionStrictly CIODdltfoTStrictly comdltoiStrictly
Strictly St Stock fc Car
The winning machine is a touring capfd car carlv ca caprieM
pfd at tIiII il < and lid was entered In DI DICIS Dlri Dlripen lv lvn
pen n 34 A inctadlnt cars costing eo tkIg from fromSl fro froa froitlJbl
Sl tlJbl > W > 1 to 2UM It was entered by the the3cw theeUBI18coe thelaxwellBrfacoe
laxwellBrfacoe 3cw eUBI18coe BrhKoe Motor X Car Company of ofx ofTarrytown orTerytowa
Terytowa x N y It is XricUy rlctly a a stock stockcontest stockeAr stockcar
eAr as 8 coped for under the roles and andX and3i
X C Reeves the contest manager of ofS
the tailed StatesVotor State totor Company ttat ttated t tell
S ell this morning that th t the maaiine maa ci we ne would
be left with the local agents eats in this thiscll thscity th ss sscity
city cll city TWs is is Use e custom of the MaxweTi MaxweTirs laxwe 11 i iwhich
Cemplly wide which entering only sick sickcars s scars
cars rs left them for disposition cIiapo ien at the
town where the contest tly ttloy tt y nUeht might b bentered be beentend beend
entered end in would be finished finishedBruflb flniskedtrophy
The trophy tropia in DIYt Division Ion 1A was won by
Brush No 1 M This machine had a total totalof totalof
of tWJrt twelltr twentynix I tx x points J0 a awarded d against it
in the anal examination but finished
the t e tour with a perfect road score The ThAeecood Th ThftCODd Therecord
record car In this class is also als a Brash Brashjjo BrwJh1NIar
being jjo N H whichs whichJI1l1 whtchpnlsho nlshed Jaed with a a total totalcation totalpe totaltioa
pe a1 cation tioa of thertythree points three threeand threeof threeof
of which wbic were awarded for road workand work workaDd
and thirty for final t technical mIcl examina examination exammtJon ¬
tion
Fwced Fs d Oat By Accident AccidentThfe AecidentThia AccidentThis
This division included DeIude j cars costing costing9M costingad
9M and ad under 111III < < and the machines JR en entered enwen entaed ¬
tered wen the two Brush runabouts runaboutsand nmboJtsrADcl runaboutsand
rADcl and Ute Krit the feetnamed car carwheel carbehsg carbebIt
behsg bebIt wltbdra withdrawn WD became or a broken brokenI
I wheel which wlde collapsed eoIJap ed as a result re ult of ofI j jstreet a astreet
I street ear accident in Portland MA MAThe 31eThe I II
The Brush BnI a No 14 the wtD winning 1n car earin carIn carin
I in this dtvteloi dtvls oi was driven drh by D DMcCoy E EMcCoy
McCoy one of the most skillful driversin drivers driversin dr1 e3 e3n
in n ten tour Brush Xo io 33 was driven drivenwas drivenby
81 P R H cKeDHY and lid the XrIt car carby carwas
was driven by Kenneth Crittenden CrittendenIn
In Envision 2A A which incluoded cars carscosting carseoetIDg carscosting
costing from 8iaa 801 to S3M Sl 1 the Ford car carentered
No M entered by Louis C Bkx Block ot ofPhiiaelphi otPhiladelphia orP
Philadelphia P Phiiaelphi IIadflphla and Nt driven by James JamesCherry JamesCberrY Jamescherry
Cherry won the t e trophy trop y The machine machineis machlDI machlnIs
Is is I a stock roadster coating itS and andwent andwent andset
went set through the entire distance with without wi without h hout ¬
out a penalty in read work being assessed as assessed 2SI ¬
sessed against it it Seven points only onlywere onicwere n1 n1were
I were found against this car on the tin In1l In1lI ii iitechnical il iltechnical
technical t < < hakal examination thus making K Ksecond kMCDD4
I second in the race for tbe grand sweep sweepstakes sweepI ¬
stakes stakesJames prise aJames priseJames
James James Cherry the driver of the car cartest carwas carwas
I was one ef tha thabeet the beet pilots m the co cotM coxtest
test tM and drove 1Ove with great eat skill He is isa 1sI s sI
I a PhIladelphian Philadelphian and Dd connected coaDe ted with the theestablishment theeetablliIIrIDeut thet
t establishment of Irate Lo C Block the themanager thaI themanager
manager of the Ford Motor Motor Company Companybranch Companysbranch 6 6braBch
I branch In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaFord PbtladelphlaI
I Ford No S driven by Charles rles E Mil Miller MI1ler Miller ¬
ler of Washington was second nd and andFord
I Ford Vo o I M driven by F H Peabody Peabodyof
of 0 BooM BoMeR n was a third thirdWarrenDetroit thirdWarrenDetroit thkdWarrenDetroit
WarrenDetroit Second SecondIn SecondIn
In division 4II IIoR No 3A for cars costing costingfrom costlngfrom costingfrom
from St BJIi to 10 the Maxwell No 25with 25 Swith 25Wit
with Wit seven competitors won W < JIl the t e trophy trophyin trophyIn
in that division tvt IoB and 8d also the sweep sweepstakes sweepstakes sweepstakes ¬
stakes prize TIM Th WarrenDetroit No
10 Tom Berger Be er driving finished A l6bed second secondin secondin
in 1 this das with only nineteen BiDet pointsregistered points pointsreslsiered pointsreslstered
registered a against ainst mt It No 3S J the Moon Moondriven JoonddTea Moondriven
driven by 0 Roy Upton finished bf lted with a atotal atotal a atotal
total of 3M II points tOIata against It The Staver StaverChicKO StverI
I Chicano was penalized heavily on therand the theroad thef
road for being late at the controls andfor and andfor 4Ddfor
f for having worked on injuries to the cartheir car cartheir cartheir
their total adverse verse potato beingfi S SThe fThu J JThe
The Crawford Craw No w driven by A AMiller A AMiller AMIller
Miller met with wtt a mishap ml llp Just jU t outside outsideof outsideor outsideof
of gt Johnsbnry J Vt and th the car was waspenaMsed waspeIIIM waspenalsed
penaMsed for befog some hours late atthe at atthe atwe
the noon > > OOII control The or total penalizationsgttiest penalization penalizationagainst t8IIUzatlonaglde
against aglde t die car was SM The Regal Regaldrivea Regalariea Regaldrives
drives hy A W La Re Rothe B ehe te was wM w s with withFlorida wlthFlorida withFlorida
Florida Cypsoss Cyp Shingles God for a aKf a aJ alissimeFregk
Kf HedmeFraak drae Fwuflc Libby QK ee 6th N NAve Y YAve L LATeAocht
J Ave ATeAocht Aodvt

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