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President resident and Cabinet Will WillDiscuss WillDiscuss VliIIDiscuss
Discuss Ways to Win WinDoubtful WinDoubtful WinDoubtful
Doubtful Campaign CampaignBAD CampaignBAD CampaignBAD
A Executive May Extend Speaking SpeakingTour SpeakingTourSenate SpeakingTourSenate
Tour TourSenate Senate Session S May WayBe MayBe
Be Carted CartedHouse CaHedHouseParty CatkdHouseParfy
HouseParty House Party Plans of Pres President President ¬
ident i ent Taft Taftaieetlnc Taft3IeetlnS Ta TaSleeting
Sleeting of Cabinet Cabl et last of Septem September September ScpteHaber ¬
ber Trill will include discussion fll CU8Sloll of ofcampaign ofcampaign ofcampaign
campaign problems problemsProponed Jr problemsF problemsProposed 1tlems 1tlemsPropolled
Proponed calling of Senate to eon eonfirm can canfirm con1inn
firm two o new appointments Bllot tments to toSupreme toSupreJle toSnprerae
Supreme Bench will be debated debatedPresident de1tatedPrCiSldent debatedPrealdent
President may Decide to do mere merecampaign merecampalgB merecampaign
campaign speaking than orlgri orlgrinally orlJDally originally
nally planned plannedMembers i iMcmbers j3lembers
Members of Cabinet able to take takethe
the stump may be commanded to toCo t togo
Co forth fortaParty fortkParty forthParty
Party leaderv In WashlngteB at attime attIme attime
time o of house party will vlll be In InTited I Ivlted invited
Tited to conferences coitferencesBy confcreDCC8By conferencesBy
BEVERLY Maes Sept 2 Atthreedey Atthreeday At the thethree4ay
three4ay house party which the Prent Prent6at PnI6dent Pr Prdent
dent will Pill s rive ve to all the member of ofCabinet kfc kfcCabinet hieCabkiot
Cabinet the latter part of this thlaIn month monthJa monthin
In WaabiasrtOK Wa there wW be thoroushly thoroushlydiscueeed thoeo dT dTdfscusM gbiy gbiydfscoeeed
discueeed two subjects of prime primeaD Importaace import importaaee
aaee te the AdminrsiiomThe Administration AdministrationThe AdminllltrattoaTAe
The test Is the political situation and andwhat aJIdw sadwhat
what w t part they should take in the fightthin fight fightthis
this faD the second J inwhetlit whetlMr t Mr MrTaJt
Tact sue Cnfl I an i < < j ulsn of tile hisSesaie tileSe lbe lbeSeaa I
Seaa Sesaie e te t asu6rm isniinuii his hi jKrim w aq aqmeoto amjsnU amjsnUae 1
meDM ae to T IR T Utdterif tntt UJdrCe d States Supreme SupremeCavnt SupremeCealirt
Cavnt Cavntthe Cealirtwhen
when tiM tJareeda7 m4edag Is heN heNthe heldthe
the results ef the dectfons in Maine and andvew aMew andcow
cow vew ew Hampshire will hare e become hecomekaowK beeomekDoWJ becomeknows
knows Postmaster General GeDeraIwJ1I Hitchcock Hitchcockwitt Ilttb ock ockwill
will bays 9 returaed retm red to tta t a Capital with withdetailed adetailed a adetailed
detailed report on conditions m In the West Westaad Westad Westand
ad Southwest we Attorney General DeraJ Widt Widtersfcam Yb VIckersilaa kk kkershsm
ersfcam and Secretary of Commerce and andlAbor andTabor I
lAbor Kagei N II win have got back fromi fromitheir from fromtheir fromtheir
their Investigations l of conditions m mAlaska hi hiand Inplash
Alaska plash a and the N Nmhwest NmhwestMoreover rtllweet rtllweetX0l rtbwetMoreover
Moreover X0l the campaign eam will have ad advanced MVaacM advanced ¬
vanced so far that the Administration Admifrtrsdoawill Administrationwttl
will be m ta a good position to jade what whatneeds w wnee whatneeds
needs to be done to save e the sao > r t tmake to tomke tomake
make victory tory more certain certainto eertai1LIfews certainNews
News Is UapkaasatFrom UpJeaauK I
From Maine there have roan reports reportsto
to Beverly eriy that that State may elect electa I
I Ia
a Democratic governor Similar stories storieshave storkshave i ihaye
have come from New Hampshire b Ire where wherethere wheretlIere wherethere
there to a bitter factional fight ftshtthe among amongthe amenstthe
the Republicans Only trouble ahead is isthe illpre isthe
the present pre diagnosis u ae nosis i of the coaoltiea coaoltieaof tdeB tdeBof lthotiof
of New York and the advance informa information b1t0lM8tioa tnformaties ¬
ties from OWo te hardly mor more enco eDCOWraJ enooaa enooaalag rax raxBy
lag Yewa eW5 at Hro ztronrr disaffection OR the thePachie tlte tltePMd6c
PMd6c Is COIIIbtg ia by letter and andBy wire wireBy
By Ute latter JaU part of o the month moDt there therewilt therewm thawwill
wilt be at hand more definite informa information DfOnDatleIl InformatIn ¬
tIn about all the threatening section sectkmsof sectIoDosof sectionof
of tn UtE country uL and if the news is co comore comore comore
more encouraging encouraging than it is at present presentthe presentthe t tUte
the PreeiJent Pree and his advisers will wHldeckle wmlediie willcledde
deckle on some MID policy which they bone boneIn bo bowBl bop bopwill
will turn the tide In favor of their party partJIn partyIn
In addition to the he Cabinet there will willbe winbe willbe
be in Was Washington at that time the theleaders theleaden theleaders
leaders of the Congressional campaign campaignwho canpaignwho campaignwho
who will be called into conferenceTt conference
It Is h well known her hers that the Presi President PresidDt President ¬
dent has desired to keep out of the thecampateJi 1becRIP thecataga
campateJi cRIP ga a ass far 4Uas as he could Advices Adviceshe Adiceabe Advisesbe
be hap received M however indicate that thatafter thuafter thatafter
after September M > lf he will have e to io 40more iomore j jmore >
more speaking than he had intended IIIteDded as asthe1 astit asthe
tit < efMmahm leaders leUeve no chance chancete
te main votes should ld be overlooked How Howmany Howmaav Howmany
many speeches be is to crake will be de determined de deten8Ined dcteraiined ¬
termined at the Cabinet house h party part It Itis ItIs t tIs
is likely that an the members of the theCaWnet theCabinet theCabhaet
Cabinet who have any aD stn st stmnpinr ability abilitywiM abilitywill abilityWIH
will be tent nt out > to hit the trail m Ia the thevarious theor theparlous
various sections V of the country countryBepurts COIIIItJYRe countryRevects
Bepurts rts in Beverly verty are that tha Taft has haspractically hftSpnieticAUy heniwactkfdly
practically iecided J ciaed on the tw men he
C CDUaaed atmued on Second Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER e eVEATHER
TT Ten Tine e rains awnsr slee the Atlantic coast COILStG and andGuJ andGe
GuJ G Ge sartioa have bay almost 1DOIIt 1DOIItGeaerat17 endedGeaeralh ended endedGenerally
Generally fair weather win prevail prevailover prendloer l lover
over nearly all districts east of titsMielapIpi the theMil
ttet4srippi 3 Mil > I i river followed by ram ratRa in intbe IDthE inp
p thE Western efilterll lake Ja < rectoR and lower Jew Ohio Oalevalley 011I8VAlley Ohiovalley
valley Saturday Stiurdayo Saturdayia4lcAted SM1mIaYNo
No o material change ia temperature e Is Ister heindicated
indicated l her r any y section NCtJoGPOR sectionPe sectionPOTIIXJAST
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moderate temaeratm t r light north to toTtertbeaat toRATU1US toxiortbeaat
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c cleaay tms tIIIIIFloeringNear matnibsg matnibsgc matnibsgFIoeringNees morate moratefloering tl tltIIIII
floering FloeringNear Near Rift Rifto 550 per roe ft ftPrsak it ftFrank t tLbbey
Frank Ubbey Oe It th N Y Avedot Ave AveAdvt t
Advt Advt dot s
District Uproar Follows Report That Wild Beast Had Es Escaped Escaped EscapedBusiness
caped capedBusiness Business Men MenOVER Rush to Homes HomesKeeper HomesKeepersDeclare Keepers KeepersDeclare s sDeclare
Declare Every Cage Occupant Occ pant at Home
A rllltWt IIIit eIdNr a u a bear a a1I atiger
1I er M other jungle jqIIbJeluge bout was wasat
at large Ja tIIeYie1111t7 the vlc nMy ec ecaIIII Ceuecicat Ceuecicatand
aIIII cathedral avenues meshed eo Werallle eosasddoable
erabte excitement a ar Piraeus pitrauss Ihrmg Ihrmgafternoon 1IYbIlit IMngIn
lit that section oL the city astir tills tillsAfter thisaiterareevi
afternoon After aiterareeviThe afternoonTbe
The report spread < raplniy Mid R Rwasnt ttwasat Itwaast
wasnt long before everybody in the theneighborhood the1lodlood theneiglitorbood
neighborhood 1lodlood bad heard aard of tt It Woman WOIIKIItJnnrJedty Womenhsrriedly Womanhurriedly
hurriedly called their cMMrea t Moore Indoorsdoead Mooredosed 1IIdoorSclosed
dosed all the windows jaws of their theirtItea thak emessad homes homesa
sad then went upstairs and IooMd out outwiMow outa
a window to Me e K the rumor would weuMtee weuW1te wouldbe
tee aabstaatiated aabstaatiatedAt
At least a desea person saw w the tIN1IIaI eemal ani aniAtea
1IIaI mal or At AllY rate thoeaeiat they did didabout didAIn
AIn r about 1 oclock t telephone m 11Ift 11IftthteIt rn rnasea ° s sBM
asea BM 3 were eMaiat cafltmvc thick and fast at the theZootoairal tlteZooIoJdnL1 theZoological
Zoological ParkIa Park ParkI
18 I Ia there a lion loose from your Tourex parfcr parfcran ptsilF ptsilFan
an excited ex itd womans ns v TOke ce wOuM wOuMThe uk ukTIle askThe
The Urst It measae of this kind Ind led the theclerk 11Mi1erk theMerit
clerk in the office o to suspect that Ulattkhur some somean aomethintr
tkhur mdst be wrens and that ma maybe maybean
an animal had sot oat HA promptly promptlyaottDed JWOIftPtlYJIOtI6oec promptlyanted I
anted the head keeper M er and a census censuswas ceDINSwa censuswas
was take taken ta of all the animals Every Everyanimal EVerTaatmal Everyanimal
animal answered Here at the roll rollcall roDeatl rollcall
call callBefore
Before it had been definitely ascertaihed ascer ascertained aaeertaIDed ¬
tained that none of the animals aJdIIIaaJllad animalslbadcapad ad es escaped ell elleaped ¬
caped other women ttagan calling eaD up upSome uPSome upSome
Some of o them said tb they r had seen aeeaUK a atiger a atiger
tiger UK < running up Cathedral avenue avenuePOLITIC1S aVfluePOLITICIANS avenueSWARM
I Regulars Regularsbation Try T to Win Appro Approbation Approi
i bation While Insurgents InsurgentsProtest Insurge 1ts 1tsProtest
Protest ProtestBy ProtestBy ProtestBy f
I CJMAH CMCAHAr Neb Sept 2 2ben cIoIHiII cIoIHiIIYek Bo Bovelt
Yek reselaei Omaha today lit theld theldof the ndst ndstof
of Jkasrboa ben initiation festivities festivitiesdtetmg ltiIe ltiIeDe
De 111 i a u is EIvlo5 the theWte themeted
dtetmg meted Wte bed gnat a a husphsfcfc 1a hep IL tlife wel welh w + I ICIIIIIe d dcsme
CIIIIIe CIIIIIeDe csmesrlaigg h > b imutntey he and Ms hilitaJr panes par r were wereta rwto rwtotabs
ta tabs a cen te the OmajML Cab for forat as an idsjta idsjtaai mform 1 1was
at hreaJcta 11II after that lie was J s1 s1iowed aij aijlowed I Ito
lowed to rest untn tD noon Jiooa Ttoa field id dub dubgave eta dabgave i
gave him hi a luncheon at 12 nll and tail varioos tailone
one aeVeeatfcms 111 tVt waited en him tale tbIatttlDOOlL thisafternoon j jafternoon
afternoon afternoonat atttlDOOlLTbe afternoonThee
Thee dUel eve of the day was thespeech the thespelClI
speech 011 the Panama eaI t after afterneon
neon at the auditorium where a afterI large largecrowd Jr1ecrew4 largecrowd
crowd was gathered gatheredAfter ptbere4After gatheredAfter
After aimer at th tIN Onan Omaha club the thecolooel thecolonel
colonel will go to the Afc Afcprovided Akbea r rtiv1tIe fes festivities I
tiv1tIe where a special box has been iprovided I Iprov1ded
provided for him himuons h Theme be dli be ta Inthe I ItIte
the hands 0 Knight 0 AkarbeL A Aspecial
Ja JaiaI8 inhis I
special l procram has been arranged
his honor hoIIOrIt honorIt
It is not Intended u De a very strea strea1IOaS strenuous
uons day for 1 1given the colonel Wt the menus menusgives 118 118out
given out in advance for the various variousgastronomic YarioUsIc variousgutronamic
gastronomic Ic events ts were e a meet formi formidabte formidable femidable
dable dableI appearance appearanceAt
I At the field M due eI at mncbee they theybegnn theyi theybegan
i began on the colonel with a Canape CanapeXxrasworth CDapeI CanapeLongworth
I Xxrasworth Lo and then led him h through roahlbewlldering a abewildering abewildering
lbewlldering bewildering maze of courses describedm described e
m m the best of Omaha French No o Eng English EngI gagnek ¬
lish was permitted permittedPoliticians permittedI
Politicians Swarm About Him HimNebraska HimN Hamiebraska
Nebraska N politicians are swarming swarminground awannlngrouad swarminground
I round the colonel c thick as bees Senator SenatorElmer Se SenatorElmer a10rElmer
Elmer J Burkett is much te evidence evidenceHe eDceI evidenceHe
I He introduced l the colonel at < the e audi aaditorinm auditorium auditorium
torium this afternoon afternoonThe afttIDOOILi
i The Senator has all kinds ot politi political politileal polttittal ¬
ttal cal trouble on his band He has the thefight tileiltJbt thet
leal fight t of Ws life ahead te be reetectsd reetectsdSenator reelaeteclseDater reelactedSenator
Senator Representative kepre eatatbe Hitchcock a astrong aIBtIOllf astrong
IBtIOllf strong Democrat has been picked eked by the theDemocrats tAeDemocrtS theDemocrats
Democrats to oppose him htmThe h himThe
J The insurgents do DOt lute Burkett Burkettbecause BurkettiDecuee BurkettI
because I bee u se they have been studying his hisrecort hisrecord i iI
I record in the Senate Del find that he hevoted helvoted heIvoted
lvoted voted half the time with Aldrich on the thetariff thei
i tariff aDd half the time against him himjThey dIlLThey himThey
jThey They 10 < o not like this balancing act of of ofBurk orBurkettS
Burk BurkettS ts and a lot of them wm 1 1mightily be bemigfcttty bej
j migfcttty m tH7 pleased if Hitchcock beats him himi
i i If Burkett can get a sign from Rooeeelt Roose Roosevelt eI ¬
velt elt that be approves approv him It will go far farto farto f fto
I to beta help him out But if th the colonel gives givesit f8 f8I
it the Nebraska insurgents iD ts will be sore stxeThe soreThe
I The only way the colonel can escape escapeI eseapeembarl88 escapeembarreamneat
I 1 embarrasemeat lDRt in Nebraska is to keep
silent as to candidacies candidaciesThe candde8The eardidacmThe
The situation here te badly badlyTbe badl badlyThe taDded taDdedTbe
Tbe regulars do not know Just which whichway whichWay w lab labway
way to turn in view of the colonels cokmeTsOeawatomie eoioDeJoatomle colonelsOsawetotale
Oeawatomie speech 8J aDd his alignment alignmentwith lipmleDtwith alignmentwith
with the progressives prggremrivesMier progressivesAfter oo Iee IeeAlter
After the tremenduous tI tremenduousof ncIuous dsnaoastrstion dsnaoastrstionof cJ9aIoR
of last night at Kansas as City It will be hehard befor behard
hard for Omaha or any of f the cities citiesalong cttiesthe citiesslang
mark = along the line to come up to Ugh water watermark waterScene watermark
Scene M Mst st Remarkable RemarkableThe RemarkaWeThe RemarkableThe
The scene at the t big convention halt
in Kansas City last > night 1Pt was remark remarkable remarkI remarkIaWe remarkable
able The great eat hail was Jammed to the thedoers theaors thedoses
doers Twenty thousand people were werepacked werepacked
packed to It It Maay were turned away awayHad awayHad awayHad j
Had Roosevelt been President be could couldnot coaidaot couldnot
I IThe
not have been given a greater great ovationThe ovation ovationTbe
The demonstration wa was marked by the theutmost the1ItIDo8t theutmost
utmost enthusiasm Colonel Roosevelt Rooseveltlwas RooIeveltdeeply Rooseveltwas
lwas was deeply moved by ft it He would DOt aothave DOt9ft nothave
have 9ft been If he had not felt the sinoerlty sin sincerity lneerity ¬
cerity of the tribute paid him by the thecheers thecbeers thecheers
cheers and applause of tae vast audiHe audi audience aKieJICe ¬
ence enceHe eJICeHe
He coke e last nteht with unusual Se Sequence eloquen ¬
quence quenceGovernor queaceOeverDCr quen quenCoverner I
Governor Siubos oa leaving Colonel CotoaetRoosevelts CoIoIeIROOMTelt ColonelRoosevelts
Roosevelts party rty et Kansas City aWl said saidthe raid raidthe
the people J were bent on maKlne Hoose Hooseveit RooseYdt Rouse Rousevolt
volt President anain and nothing 1IO could couldstoo couldmop I
mop it but Roosevelt himself himselfOne bhaaelLOne elf
One of the mterestine J t fnt facts that caoo caooto camel camelto < am amto
to light m fa Kansas City was that thatJar regu regular reular ¬ I
lar numbers m 1IS of th the House e who were wereseekhie weri weriHekim wereedekhac
seekhie return aDd 110 who ho are Ut bard bardstnits hrdstrItlts bardstraits
straits were werewrlt 3wrtttn wrttlmr to Representative RepresentativeVictor R RepresentativeVictor tative f fr
Victor r Murdock the redheaded ed Kansas Kaasasinsurgent KansasinsurgentV
insurgent insurgentVaskiir asktojr him to say sa a good jroodwon Joodw goodworn t
won w worn for them themMurdock themMurdock I IMurdock
Murdock was not In the th Roosevelt f fee feetivItles es estivKies
tivKies tiT bavin havias gone East to help hem Fow Fowler Fow1er Fowler resI ¬
ler in New Jersey But he has received receiveda hed
a scrllrod number ot letters eU of the kind tte de descrllrod j
Ottows had been scared by y a Hen dtop dtoppeaihig dllMtt diealipentlag
peaihig peat IIg m iin a damp du nip of woods m III IIItIeC Conaee Coimeedent Conaeetieot
dent avenue Some sec saf f ate ateell tb women had hadeven hadeven
even ell ateea een the jungle beast ia tJ their elr hack hackyardK beckIn
yardK yardKla
la the tb meantime everyone who wtIop bad badgotten aa aagotten +
gotten p hold of the rumor wanted wa some semedefinite SeIDed somedeSulte
definite d mf ill t amtieit ne Lien Some one called eallsdup calledup eaDedliP
up the newspaper offlcce o eCl and said sev several MYera several ¬
eral policemen were engaged in I a des desperate ae aebattle desperate ¬
perate battle with a wild animal of some somekmd 3IOIIMdIId somekind
kind ia Connecticut COIIDeC t avenue The the tlleO tlleOllee po police police ¬
lice station II were besieged for Informa JDfonaatioI1 Information Information ¬
tion tionThe tioI1Th tionThe
The Th report spread downtown and aadbusiness a abueu andbusiness
business men w who ho live Uy aloas Coa ConAAet ConAAetleant et eticut
leant avenue extended becfurc beeau1 anxious aJlXJoufor anajous anajousfor anxiousfor
for the safety of oCtb their lr fajlies fauliaseml Sev Several ¬
eral ral left their offices and hurried hurn 10 10their 10th totheir
their th ir homes only to find their th8rami wrves wrvesand wives wivesand
and children ch hiren safety witias at a sec secoadstory Meoa secendstory
oadstory oa tory window windowThe wiaclowTh windowThe
The Th fact that the intersection IntenMi OII of ConaecUcut Connecticut Con Connecticut ¬
necticut and Cathedral avenues te not notfar nottar notfar
far from the Zoological Park had a atendency atea atendency
tendency to credit the report at firstThe first firstThe lintThe
The rumor also caused the see ZOOaIM official officialsad oMehleand
sad keepers k ao little anxiety for a time trmeThe timeThe timeThe
The cages and animal houses cover r con considerable eoa8ide1abIe eansiderabie ¬
siderable ground and it was fully d ftf ftftenn ftftflall
tenn te en miaut minutes bef before they could say T TJIIt d een eennltely
nltely teuitely JIIt y that every beset Dee < was wa ia bin It right rightJtpecallar ItIIbtcar rightcar
car Jtpecallar peeuIIar feature of the report te the thefact Utefaet thefact
fact that several of the worsen who whotglepttnand whotelephoned ho hoUllp
telephoned Ullp a1l the Zs ZOO said they had seen seenthe Melttile seenthe
the aBteaaL pt beat One of them ev eves taateted taatetedshe ttsdstedshe
she be had wftneseed wftn w eased the battle with the thepoUczmaa tIMMiSKELL thean I
poUczmaa poUczmaaPUCATQ an
PUCATQ untrtlolPliuljuuni untrtlolPliuljuuniDealers CHEATS IMTfi INTO PfMIDT COURT COURTDealers COURTDealers
Dealers Using False Scales ScalesNot Scalesif ScalesNot
ifNot Not to Escape by Forfeit ForfeitEl Forfeting Forfeltlrig
if El
ing Collateral CollateralYmmtors CollateralYIiIIaon CollateralYidatiwa
Ymmtors eC the weights W IUIII aa aalaw IUIIIlaW meesiinra meesiinralaw
law m t the Dwrriet of CDI Coinsrdiih fnlaialiti fnlaialitilonger wrl sa salsuper
longer escape aa appearaaee m lB the Po Police P0 P0ne Police ¬
lice Court by the forfeit forfe forfeiture tare of coOafceral coOafceralCoL conaaLCo coat sal salCoL
CoL W C Haskell superlnteadeiK of oilwelsh dweights ofweight
weight and d measures has aroos announced announcedy UII ee eethat ed eddIat
that Ia o eorerr y instance of an arrest fer ferhe ferlie forsuch
such mee he wfil af apply ly y for a bendy bendyto henckHaakett I
to brag the soused ipso cat rt rtI3askod j
Haakett Ha ell tflat Uamy Uamytag r s sied
ied te the CQimiOOI the n ec ecI et etan 1 I
an arrest c a gvoet o ue rbsttye e oC ofselling I
selling abort weight sugar ana anawttJa taper taperlog
tag with the scales TIM man was taken takento takento i ito
to the Fifth precinct station aad later laterreleased laterreleased i iJOel
released JOel upon a deposit of M 0 Failing <
to appear m 1a the Police Court the f tolI tolIday fol following ol oltowinig
lowing day hta collateral was wad declared declared1orfettes2 I Iforfeit
forfeited forfeitedTbe forfeit 1orfettes2The I
Tbe case was of such a serkrcs erio s na ¬
ture that It was deemed best aot to per permit permit ¬
mit t it to be disposed of in this manner mannersays manersays
says Superintendent HaekelL HaekelLupon
BeI Believing that the court aild vld hl pea passlinen
upon its is merits the dealer was brought
into court on an attachment attaehmentr Issued Issueddealer Issuedrecommendation
r recommendation mendatlon of this oC TIle
dealer dea r entered ent red a plea of guilty hy aixx aJNi an the thecourt U Ucourt thecourt
court imposed a fine of m 3 5 ia each eaie eaiea ea eaJe eaJea je jea
a total of i6 i6Colonel WIColonel 90 90Colonel
Colonel Haskell said today that simi ¬
lar action will follow in all such suchnpinnni caMS caMSCRIPPEN casesGRIPPEN
Financial Power Pow r of Defense DefenseAttested DefenseAttested DefenseAttested
Attested by Employment Employmentof
of Edward M Hall HallIX HallSep HallLONDoal
IX LONDoal nXKC Sepn Sep fThe 2 Tbe pewer of f the tbeVs theWg thebig
Vs defense fund t provided foe Dr H R H HCripaea HCdIIIIea ILCrisen
Cripaea accused of murdering his wife wifewas wttewas wifewas
was strikingly y illu illustrated today when whentt wbeftIt whenft
tt was made known that Cripeeng Crippe eRS ns coon ecRIDwtn cooneel counsel ¬
eel will probably be Edward E wanl Marshall Xar8ballBa IriarshaiiHall MarshallHall
Hall K K C c one of the most prominent prominentcounselors PIOIRIDeDteoull8elors prominentcounselors
counselors IB England EnglandMr ED EnglandMr IaDd IaDdMr
Mr Hall has figured in as many big biscases Wgcaee bigcases
cases as S counselor as bas Arthur New Newton Newton Newton ¬
ton as solicitor It was reported that
Mr Hall bad badt badbeen been retained after much muckes
deliberation deII t on his part by the mysteri Jl7Ster1CNS mysteions mysterious ¬
ous women who have furnished funl1 ed the fund
for Crippens defense defenseWbn MeneeWbr defenseWho
Who will be counsel rou 1 for Ethel Ieaeve IeaeveI
I Criop ns codefendant has ha not been aa aanonacei aRnowx announc
nowx nonacei nonaceiI nowxT eel eelfir
I Mr Hall whose father Dr Alfred AlfredI
I Halt sA s one of the foremost oremot physicians
in i h r o dav is forty two years old H Hw He Hewe BeW
w we 4 a member mber of of f parliament NI tarnent in Inn 3MM 3MMrepresenting 1911 sAt sAtre
representing n rfl1 re m esenting Southport SouthportCHcoen SouthPGrtCrh soutbportC
CHcoen Crh C open Den who w O fe in the Jail JeI1showed hospital hospitalshowed hestalshowed
showed improvement vem mt today and it fe be De ¬
lieved he re e will be able to appear In Incourt Incourt Incourt
court Tuesday T ay
NEW 10 YORK Sept S t 2Tiie Repvb RepvbManJiban Reptl1Of Repubiloeadsm >
ManJiban of CoL Theodore The dore Hoesevelt R Roseve3 e lt wlH wlHbe wIHee 111 111be
be questioned Qae at the New York ork State StateRepublican StueR StateRepublkin
Republican R n cOi convention entlon should w biR is fe4 fe4tewcrs foI foIJeWllS to tolowers
lowers insist on forcing forcing an Issue Is over ovwrthe overthe overthe
the temporary chairmanship chairmanshipTale ehalnnanshtpa1JII chairmanshipThis
Tale was indicated today tOO byMeaders byI IA4Iers of o
the old guard who said that t it was wasentirety waseaUreoly wasentirely
entirety possible that the State rtro rtroventkm roo rooYfDtioa rbnveodon
ventkm would be a naked ked to pass upon upoawhat 1IpOttwhat uponwhat
what constituted a Republican Repubilemn so far faras faras faras
as a delegat was concerned concernedWhen concernedtold
When told of tile s suggestio suggostioif sgostios of 4 his btefollowers hlafollowers hisfollowers
followers VTHllam Barnes jr who has hassucceeded baatucceeQed usesucceeded
succeeded State Chairman Timothy Tiri1 L LVoo4ru LWoo LWoedru
Voo4ru Woo n > r la n charge of the orgaalzetien oTgaatzdcma
heed beadovartars carters a declined to meat CG on onit OftIt onIt
it It He considered it a question for the heconrentloa theconvention theeoaentioR
convention to pass upon when It meets meetsnext mootsIlext meetsnext
next month
Order to Disconnect Cars CarsAnswered CarsAnsw CarsAnswered
Answered Answ red by Volley From FromRevolvers FromRevolvers FromRevolvers
Revolvers RevolversENGINEER RevolversENGINEER RevolversENGINEER
Posse in Colorado Is Hunting H unting for forTwo forTwo
Two Companions of ofDead ofDead ofDead I
Dead 11 Man ManDetails ManDetails an anDetails
Details of o Bold Bol Attempt to toRob toRob
Rob Train in Colorado ColoradoWounded Colora o I II Ionaded a I IWounded
Ii I I
Wounded onaded by shot engineer e glneer Icnoek knoeksout Icnoekout
out bandit with rock rock rock and beets beetslilm beet beethlB1 beatshiaa I
lilm ever head With butt uttut of re reTrain re revoJvcr j johcr
voJvcr voJvcrTrain ohcr I ITnsln I
Train carrying valuable consign consignment consignmeat ¬
meat TThioh robbers fail to toreach toreack toreach
reach reachYoung i iYOUD
YOUD Young brothers brotke = srrsxted arrt illtcd ted on sus susoarapnnlons suspielen I IplQloD
plotea of bdagOJUnpanIOn being bel belthe oarapnnlons of ofthe J Jtlie
the dead man manRobbers manRobbers I IRe1tbel5
Robbers fire Hpt 1Ipa n passengers passengers who ivbopeke rho It ItJMJke I IV
V peke bend oat at C windows lnduwlI to toT tolearn f
learn oau cause of fryeuble fryeublelIighwayvica bIe
lIigkRBrHIcB evenr T eRr ar crude disguises disguisesever dl disguisesever gul5ell gul5ell8CJ
ever bead and JlIouldersCOLORADO fhauldern ihoulderaCOLORADO fhauldernCOLORADO
COLORADO SPRDlQf SPRING Ca4e col Sept 2 2A 2 2At 3As
As A At a desperate bandit snot bbs down downFrank doW1lnau downFrank
Frank Stewart engineer a iae r of the Colorado ColoradoMatmia oIorMoIdJaia ColoradoMidlla
Matmia Tram No I I early today kilted kiltedthe kIIMIltile loadthe
the robber with a reck reckStewart IOCkStewart rsclStewart
Stewart was abet la the leer but t was wasnotoriously wasnot
notoriously not serenely bttureThe mjured
TIM holdup er created a panic on the thatraia thetnWL thetrain
train Two youths feted in the vicinity vicin vicinity ¬
ity were arrested ae mph suepidon on They Theywest Theyan
an rt toad qir ir yPaot yPaothoM
hoM p sesrrid J tour ti lar west of IMids XH XHvida
vida ids A As ta me trajH Resound Dd entered a afb ae amat
mat the e highwaymen wIIels wIIelsfe who Is boded bodedfti
fb hav bInWMeD ban been keen rMms rl4tW the Mted baggaga baggagacrept be sstg sstgceverad
crept over the tender aIIIIl coasted 811 tM thesne tX tXStop tMeftW
sne er eftW w wttk a revea reveaStop revolver revolverStop
Stop her or 10 snoot JIboot he cried criedStewart criedStewart
Stewart and nta ftMman Pawl Bach Bachmail Haohmss
mail obeyed obeyedFire 4 4Fire
Fire At Passengers Passengerswere Pa PassengersAt engers
At the point oC the r revolver er tile two twoWIIJe twotone
I were marched to the express loctr hoe eel Site tfcerobber SiterMber therobber
robber meanwMie ftr firing s at tiM pas passengmia pasa passenders
senders a as they stw IIUIek their heads out ewtthe t tthe of ofthe
the windowsoo windows wtMowStelt windowsGo
Go tell the expressman ecpr I want tin tinand tile300IIJ tinegoods
goods and want It quick and be ojuWk ojuWkabout quWkabou quie c cabout
about it ho he commanded kj the fireman SreiaanIn ftremanIn firemanIn
In the Hospital here Hr the eagin engineer eagineertold engineertold sr srtold
told the rest restAs restAa restAs
As the fireman slipped under he hesaid 1MoO hesaid
said oO the e bandit dropped and tried triedto triedto
to cover htm In my had ad I had hadrock a arock arock
rock which I picked HP when we s got gotoar getof t toff
off the engine As the robber steeped steepedI
I let him have it It Aa instant before beforeI
I let Oy he turned Del shot s ot me in tothe inthe Inthe
the leg I saw him 11 topple but when I Icame Ica Icame
came ca to the crew was beading over overme overme overShots
Shots Bang B g Crew CrewThe CrewTIle CrewThe
The drug oC shot sbor bad brought bnMtghtad broughtbrakemtn broughtbrakemtn
brakemtn ad the conductor and andsignalman andslgDha1Dl andslgnaimzit
signalman They arrived with drawn drawnguns drawnmomeBt drawnguns
guns a moment after the bandit banditdropped bandlt4rqpped banditdrQpped
dropped droppedSheriff drQppedShertE
Sheriff Von Plod was unlined notl efl ADd aadtook ADdtook andtook
took wp p the cue with a posse while whilethe wllUetile whilethe
the engineer I whose condition een ndition lttlon was wasdeclared was6ocIrecl wasdeclared
declared DOt ttetous d aloiou tot + ws hurried hurriedhere fturrle4re hurriedbore
here hereThe boreThe re reThe
The Martin brothers vere found foundnear foundDear foundsear
near by but dedarad d ed they had been beenbea been1tfItiag beenbealtiiag
1tfItiag bea a their war oa the train Ster Sterling SterliDa Starling ¬
ling Martins head 4 was grated by a aVullet alulJet a1ra11et
Vullet which hart stunned himThe him himThe htmTIM
The bandit 14 whose e skull was frao fraotwred racred lraatttred
twred red wore a cloth mask and aJl about abouthis abouthis eut
his neck was tied a sunny gunB sack He HeI Hehad Hehad
had two pistols The engineer says sayshe s sayshe ys yshe
he spoke with a Scandinavian accent aecaatGOVERNORS a accentGOVERNORS 9Dt 9DtGOVERNORS
Executives of Many States Are Ex Expected Expected Expected ¬
pected at Conservation ConservationCongress ConservationCong ConservationCongress
Congress CongressST Cong ess essST
ST PAUL PAUL Miaa Sept 2 2The The The jot fellewiag jotlowing t tIowiltS
lowing State governors will attend attendtbe att attendthe d dthe
the coaaarvtion tleft congress according
to Secretary Saipp ShippDonate j jDeneea
Donate IlUaola D Noel Mississippi MississippiStubbs MississippiStubbs 1
Stubbs s Kansas Hadley Missouri MissouriVessey MissouriVessey
Vessey South Dakota Burke North NorthDakota NorthDakota NOi th thDakota i
Dakota Norris Montana Brady BradyIdaho Brad BradIdabq BradyIdahQ
Idaho Spry Utah Hay Washington WashingtonBroofta WasblngtenBrook WashingtonBrooks
Brook Wyo Wyoming ins Wilson Kentucky KentuckyPatteroa KentuckyP8otterMn KentuckyPatterson
Patterson Tennessee and Eberhart EberhartMinnesota EberhartMinnesota
Minnesota MinnesotaEXPECTS ota otaEXPECTS 1 1EXPECTS
CHICAGO Sept YThe 2 The next ses session sesaioa seessloe ¬
sloe of Congress s will pass laws which whichwill whichwU1 whichwill
will make ake the th conservation eo rVtJn of o natural naturalresources nat1Jralre naturalresources
resources re lewrees a fact and not a a fancy fancydeclared fancydeelred fancydeclared
declared Beraatrtl N Baker president presidentof
of the National tloII l Conservation Con Congress CongNrN Congre ¬
gress gre s Which wi wizi < convene ln ne In St Paul PaulMonday PaulMoDClt PaulMondat
Monday MondatMr MoDCltJo x xMr
Mr Baker B is In Chicago on hIs way waythere wa watltore waythere
there thereTbe tltoreTIteme thereThe
The TIteme one big result of the St PaulmeeUb Paul Paulmeeting Paulmeettng
meeting meeUb be said said would be the out outlining outIhllng outlining ¬
lining atltnaalCon of a legislative esisJ Uv e program progt am amtbe fbr fbrthe ft r rthe
the Nattoael l Coa Ceagr8S6 arass t ass It also Is Isplanned Isto 1splanned
planned to organkse orga l e the youths ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the nation into tree planting p1antln squads
i Formerly Mist Mis Katherine Corti Harris HarrisBut HursI HursIBARRYMORE
But Few Persons Are Invited Invitedto Invitedj j
to Ceremony in New NewYrak NewYoclc NewYork
York YorkYEWtIGRK3ept YrakXEWSOO YoclcE
YEWtIGRK3ept XEWSOO E K Sept T Tile The f lnela Hesms ofJoha of ofJofea o oJoIm
Jofea 3 Barrymore better kaowa to tothes toJack totheereas
theereas thes tersoera as Jack Jack Barryarore Barryarorewere Brr7aiorewere Barryeorewere
were surprised today to learn that be hawas bewas bewas
was qtttartiy Juai JiDlllrI < i ied yesterday to toMies toXI toleis
Mies XI leis Katherine Xathert Corri Harris HarrisThe HarrtaThe HarrisThe
The actors engagement eDca < to the thetiful beau beautiful i itif
tif tiful ul heiress became knowa some tiai tiaiage time tta1lag timeage
age when Miss Harris raurr returned ed from fromEurope trOlllEurope fromEurope
Europe EuropeOa EuropeOR EuropeOn
Oa August t 12 1 a marriage JDrI1geWUI Meease Meeasewas ileose ileosewas
was secured but he plans fer thewedding the thewedding tIteeQ4IIBg
wedding eQ4IIBg were kept secretThe secret secretThe t tThe
The ceremony eeremon was performed before beforea
a few friends at the Roman Catholic CatholicChurch IoIkCharctl CatholicChurch
Church r rf f St St Francis Xavier Father TtaerThontsj IllttlMrThomac FatherThomas
Thomas S S Harlin formerly of o oofficlat Boson Bosonofficiates Bostonoffictat
officlat officiates officiatesMr ng ngI ngMr
Mr Barrymore appeared last JaatIBi ai night nightIn iti itiin
I in the piece in which he is starriap atarriti r rBANDIT j jIffllTlllfl
IBi BANDIT IffllTlllfl IffllTlllflBattle i MA MAI MANOANO V VV VVMAKES
Battle With Filipino Outlaw OutlawTi Outl V VI
Ts Ti I Believed B fieved to Be Matter Matterof Matterof
I of Few Hours HoursMAlsTLA Hoursf Hoursi1AXILA I
f I
I i1AXILA MAlsTLA II Sept 3HanI 3 Hard pressed by byconetabuiary byronetabdktory
conetabuiary R6 Slalom Maaanas taej taejbandit the tItebandft thebandit t
bandit leader Is aaakiag a mat stand 1ft m mthe I Ithe Ithe
the hate of Ytteva 2 1te eva Vtecaya atxeiOlugJ atxeiOlugJto ac aeessdlns aeessdlnsto i ite
to dissatcbes received reeeiYeI today todayIt todayIt
It I t Is believed Delle that that a battle te a matter mattorof matterof 1III tel 1
of o x few hours hoursThe hoursThe
The troops are e aided by natives who whowisfc wbowJst whowhet I
whet to throw oUthc off the yoke of the law lawless JaWless lawless ¬
less leaders leadersFa1r J I
Four Belgian and one 0IIehave onei oneAglypien Agryphut priest priesthave lithave
have been freed by M Manas MD4a i ao ae dose doseare doseare II IIare
are his pursuers S
CHICAGO Sept 2Gov 2 GoY Gov Leonardo LeonardoOsorki rdoOsorio LeonardoOsorlo
Osorki Reyes of Cavfte special com commissioner COIRmls eoanmissionerr ¬
missioner mls oner of the Philippine government governmentnow sovemmentnow geuneJ4ItOW
now on a tour of the world declared to today to today today ¬
day that the uprising beaded bea ed by SimeonMonedao Simeon SimeonMonadao SImeonMonadao
Monadao Monedao In the province of Itocos ItocosNorte IJocoaN IlocoaNorte
Norte N orte was untoporiUit untoporiUitHe unbRpor Ult UltHe
He predicts that the Insurrection lll will willbe willbe willbe
be quelled qu lled and Monadoa captured la less leasthan lessthan JeSthan
than a week weekH w weekHe k kHedeparle
He H Hedeparle departed later for Ute Pacific Pacificcoast PaeIftceoaat Pacificcoast
coast from where he h will take tak paseage amgefor paseageif ap1M
if 1M or Manila MaafleHAWAII ManfteHAWAII ManilaHAWAII
Arthur WeJ W postmaster at LabinaHawalt Lahaina LahainaHawaii LahaIDaHawaii
Hawaii in ate application to the Post Postmaster Postmaster Pontmaster ¬
master General asking that his office otteebe otaeebe officebe
be designated to receive postal postall savings savingsdeposits smgstepoelts
deposits states that Japanese JICpa pane laborers laborersInLahamtaa IaItortrSIaLehamhta l borers rers rersInLehamhia
InLahamtaa dtui during S the mat four years yearshave yearshave yearshave
have sent to ttJJapan Japan SttK91 for or deposits depositsin
in the postal banks In that country
Actor Who Is Married to New York YorkHeiress YorkHeiress
Heiress HeiressES HeiressTHRONGS
Streets of f Quebec Lined Linedby by
Thousands When WhenC Cardinal CardinalVannutelli CardinalVannutelli rdinal rdinalVannutelli
Vannutelli Passes PasseslQUEBEC PassesQUEBEC PassesQUEBEC
QUEBEC Sept 2 2Caa Cacdteel nol Viaeeazo ViaeeazoVannutelli VilMeftUVJant
VJant 1H Papal Legite Legs to to the EudJa oha ohartetic I
rtetic Congress c which oaeas opens > at atK atKtreal Mon Montreal Mootreat ¬
treal totborre touo tmornoyr r celebrated e bratM low aiasc at atthe atthe
the tbctJa historic Basilica Quebecs cath cathsdraJ eat
edral today The most proortaeat 1
Catholics of Ute city = = ti ended dded ddedFroM endedFront ndedFrom
From the Basilica Ba the Cardinal rdlMI ac accompamed a aCarc a
compamed r uded by Caroinul ncl ncltile l Leggy med under nadertbe underguidance
tile guidance of f Archasaoa Archb op Besjia visit vtelted visited
ed the historic points at tae city cityongy eit
Throngs ongy lined the streets and as the theate thestood
ate e passed stood WIt with bared baredand baraland
and bowed heads hea C1s At At many ne ny point pointchildren potatochildren
children gathered t throwing powers wers In IRhis Inhis Inhis
his pathThe path pathThe pathThe
The cardinal first visited vt the shrine shrineof shrh e eof
of St St Anne oe de Beaupre ote there by byinapcctiea bymotor y
motor ear from the The at atter1tOOll stterneon
ter1tOOll program was pea over to an aniapeetlon
inapcctiea iD if OJ the thethe cIty dtyIn
V In the party part were e many notables 1es m mVerament In IneWIDg ineluding
eluding ArclI Archbishop ArchbishopV BnIeIte of Xor Xortteal Marem
rem remThe
The gcersment g Verament steamer Lady Grey Greyat Greywas
was pv at the disposal of the prelates prelatesand preIat preIataDd prelatesand
and debate etea to the congress s arrange arrangements ana anaJDeJlts artsfomeats ¬
meats 3etQI 3eins eing made for her departure for forMontr r forMontr r rKoau
Lork Kilmarnock Ki Kilmarnock marnock Continues oni oniChase on onChase onChase
Chase Despite His HisWounds HisW HisWounds
ABKRDEBN Sept SeptNone None one the worse worsefor worser worsefx
for r his being peppered p at the shooting shootingparty sllQotlngP8rtY shgothtgporky
party of King George at Dee nearBalmoral shots shotsBatmorsi near nearBalmoral
Balmoral yesterday y y Lord Kilmarnock Kilmarnocktoday Kllmarnocktoday Kilmarnocktoday
today continued continu his sport sportCaptain sportCaptain sportCaptain
Captain HoYxi H md one of Ute party was wasinduced waslnduee4 wasInduced
induced with great difficulty to remain remainwith remainwith remainwith
with the party partyTbe partyTIle partyThe
TIle report that Kin KIm here George bad shot shotKJlroarnock shotK
KJlroarnock I > ittnarrnoc reached here via America Americaaad AmericaI Americaand
ad was branded as ridiculous ridiculousGROCERS 11dIeutouII ridiculoutsGROCERS
BIRMINGHAM A Aia a Sept 2The 2Theanswer 2 The Theaaswer Ther
answer r of the Southern Wholesale e Gro Greens Groeers Groees1f
eers ees1f Association As latiOft and of r its officers sad aadmembers 3MMeDlbers sadi050iVbers
members to the singe made by the theFederal teiderl dieederal
Federal eiderl Government that it is In vwnx vwnxtton viola violaUnit oJo1ktiORot
Unit tiORot jof of the Sherman ananUtru antitrust t law and andthat amithat 11IIIit
that It has boea eperatin operating < as a com coroMae comWDo combitue
Mae etc has been tiled led in the United UnitedStates Unlt UnltSra UnitedStares
States Sra es court here A denial of the ac accusation ae aecuset1on aecsisation ¬
cusation is made
SYLVESTER ACTS ACTSWashington ACTSWashington ACTSashington
W Washington ashington Girl Refuses to toAccept toAccept toAccept
Accept Police Theory Theoryof T Tof
Chief Puts Personal Representa Representative ¬
tive at Work to Attempt Clear Clearing eJearing Clearing ¬
ing Up Mystery MysteryDays MysteryI MysteryDays
Days Da s Development live opment in In n the ibeHarris theHarris theHarris
I Harris Case CaseFiancee CaseFiancee CaseFiancee
Fiancee does not believe Harris Harriskilled Barr111k Harriskilled
killed k Ied i < elf elfv cUIrI eILGirl
v Girl IrI wax U v at f Ignorant orant of Harris affair affairiTitb a1faIrJITUh affairswith
with other women womento womenDeclares om n nDeclares
Declares he made frequent vlal visits visitsto l lto
to Baltimore pleading pleadingllajor IJleadJn HbusJ HbusJness bus busfleas
ness nessMajor fleasMajor
Major Sylvester details 1 ta1JiJ Detective DetectiveWeedon DeteetJveYeedonln DetectiveWeedon
Weedon Yeedonln ln charge cJtare of o reopened reopenedpolice reopenedpollee reopenedpolice
police investigation investigation3Inny ia investigationShay tfcatlon tfcatlon3InnT
Shay strange I5traD e features of casehIeb casewhich case casewnlch
which hIeb may denote murder murderun still to tobe tobe tobe
be cleared up upwhich upA upf r
f A alight rift JD be dead o of m mys err errwhich I Ivl1ic1t
which has enveloped the death d Uh rZ r rlorTal rNorval
Korval T Harris at first pronounced pronouncedwhen pronoInceia
a suicide bf Ute police was sn toda todawhaa torLwhen
when his fiancee added her testimony tthe t tthe tthe
the growing belief that the kesum resumptoi weumptnnof resumptoiof tl tlof
of Harris adfdestrucrioa JICIt i J not who whos whost y ytenable ytenable
tenableFurther tenable tenableFurther t nab nabFurther
Further hope was incurred for al asearly a aearly ale
early e rIY solution ution of the entire tragel irageljnben tragelhenMaJor tragelrhea
rhea henMaJor Major Richard Sylvester Sylve tfr wh f r y yxerday YE YEierday
xerday Eerday assumed w personal ehar chance e e of ofrecpened tOi tOietpeDed te terpened
recpened hav investigation iave tJiiptioD ion detailed detailedstive etat detaired Dl Tnive Dle
stive ive e Weedon W of the Centra OfJ OfJgo Ollie Olliego Officgn
go thoroughly into the case ea as the theree thetatitw
ree ata tatbu J tatitw elUte C the Saperint ct modest t tt ttotice i ioliee
Police PoliceThe oliee olieeThe oticeThe
The report which Detective WPeIkr Wf Wfbrac rl rlwill i iwilt
will make ta JIaJoJ Sylvester will errbracE err errbrscE
bracE brac the disposition of the varlo varloclues saris sarisclues aIcosclues
clues that cropped out after Harris eras as
found dead Sunday last which a clues clueshowever Cilf5 u Q Qhowever
however were hurriedly dropped by the tepniice thepolice tteo
police o ice formerly engaged in the intent investigation inestiatlon intentgat ¬
gation gationThe gat atlon atlonThe ion ionThe
The renewed investigation iDY tion w rill i1 1 be bethorough bethoroug e ee ethorough
thorough and aDd regardless reprclJ of whether whethertne whetherhe
tne ht e finding of o suicide is appro approyel ved or orwhether r rwhether
he lerdtrrrnvfri rdtrrrnvfri rdtrrrnvfriabether
whether the t suspicion u uo of murder is mnre e ejustified
fully fully justified the department throtis throtisits thros h
its head head will clear up th the things that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were left unexplained during the prelim preliminary p prelinioasry Um UmiAry ¬
inary cursory < stamina wwamiaatbm rntJoJL tton ttonI
I I Grounds Gr 1m fer Sus Suspicion SuspicionThe Suspiciont ion iont
t t The Times has given wide publicity publicityjto publlciVj pubicityIto
Ito j to tbeee unexplained circumstances circumstancessince ctrcurnstancesslice
since the police ponce and the coroners office officeafter oiC oiCatt officeafter
after att an investigation blTe of but a few fewhours fewhours fewhour
hours stigmatized ad Harris as the de destroyer de de3tro7ft destroyer ¬
stroyer of his own life Of its own ac accord ac1COrd accord ¬
cord Use TImes has developed the case casein casein casehi
in an effort to show that there were ere a anumber aJDumber anumber
JDumber number of grounds nds justifying Justifying at least leasta leas leasa
a suspicion su of n nqurder nqurderIt urder urderIt urderIt
It is learned today that Harris was wasinvolved wasInvoed wasinvolved
1 involved In two love affairs a < airs at the time timeof tirneof i me meof
of his dea deat5 One was an affair of The
heart pare pore and simple and was to Ijave Ijaveculminated hare hareculminated a
culminated in marriage e during the thepresent thepreeDt thepresent
IcnlmlDated present month The other affair evi evidently elIdeaU er4dently ¬
IdeaU dently was not of this character for fotIt fork
jit It concerned at cesned a woman presumably in inBaltimore n
I eBnltkngre Baltimore Balt of whom Harris fiancee fianceeknew fianceknew fianceeknew
knew fiothinr
This fiancee whose name Jl e is tcng tcngndthbeld tt tengvttRhbeld > in inWiIIIthbelcl
ndthbeld for the present is now firaily firailyconvinced f rm rmconvinced rm rmthat
convinced that Harris was interested ii iiat in inat inss
at least one other woman and possibly possiblymere possJ1 ss biv > y ymore
more She is Just as firmly convinced convincedthat cCnnncl cCnnnclthat 3 3that
that Harris did not take his own ownnor lif lifnor 11rnor
nor does she credit the statement of o f Le LepeUce thepence e epolice
police that the various letters 511rws supposed supposedto < > i ito 1to
to be from a woman which were e too d damong lamong 3amtrg
among Harris effects were written ty tyHarris L LHarrts tyHarris
Harris to himself hbII lf Harris was not so tc tceentric eccentric < c ceentric
eentric as this she declares and thelettexa the theletters t 8 8Iten
letters rhuc true as indicative of another anotherlove anoth anotherlove r rJove
love affair of which be had kept his hisfiancee h1aftaDeee hisfiancee
fiancee m ill ignorance ignoranceCbifed taoranceC
Cbifed C for Neglect NeglectThe NeglectThe NeglectThe
The Washington girt to < whom hom Harris Harriswas Harrlswas Harriswas
was engaged t wrote to bun last week remoietratbsg re remonetrattea re reJRODStratiDS
monetrattea against bin tli recent nt Inatten Inattention inatte inattetIo inattetioa µ ¬
tion It appears that he had begun 5Un f fmake o omake omake
make regular visits to Baltimore sousetines some sorncttmes someUmes
tines as often as three times a weck weFitBusiness weckBusfaese weoitBu8hIetI8
Business was the excuse e given hIS hssfence hISkacee is isileac
ileac kacee fence who was obliged to frequently frequentlychide rreqUfnnd fcequentiyhide
chide Harris for his broken engage engagements fnga fnga1JI8DCS engagmeats ¬
meats here herebTe 1M 1MaTe herelaTe
aTe letters uers found in Harris room ih ihday hday h hday
day his body was found shot in the h ha m a ad adfrom < i ifrom lfrom
from the rear at Xlntk and I streets streetssouthwest streptssouthwest streetssouthwest
southwest referred referred to gay times ia iaBaltimore nBltimore n nBaltimore
Baltimore and one of them them signed by byan 11 han 11uDknowu
an unknown womaa asked Harris to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet her m In that city Tuesday Tu ay last lastThey iastThey a aThey
They also spoke of an alleged recent reenteletween recentmarriage
marriage between Harris 1 aDd j this w wom woman w ona onaftttowtng orsa
an anTile safollowing Tile ftttowtng wID features connected COft fd witn wittthe witnof it ittAe
tAe death of Harris are among the more moreLyet mo moImpqrtaDt moreimp
ImpqrtaDt imp tantVyet Lyet yet to be cleared up up before beforesuicide bffor6StlicWe beforesuicide
suicide can be definitely accept accephd d as the thesolution thesolution
solution of the mystery mysteryHew mysteryHew pt ry ryHew
Hew Harris could have shot nimself nimselfwith 11JSf nlmsefwith t twith
with a gealiber gun in t tine > te rear of ofthe oftke ofthe
the bead without burning his flesh a i n i ihair 1 1hfdr their
hair Experts say it could not have havebeen ha harebeen e ebeeft
been done doneIdentity doneIdentity
beeftIcIentIt7 Identity of several men and womenIn women womnIn worn n nin
in a summer garden with itk Harris a few fewi f fewhours w whours
i hours before his death and identity of ofi ofthe ofthe
i the man of the party with whom Harris Harrisquarreled H Harrisquarreled rri3 rri3quarreled
quarreled quarreledMade
Made Easiness B1t 1ess Excuse ExcuseNot ExcuseNot ExcuseNot
Not Ionic ago Norval was insisting insistingupon insistingUJOn insistingupon
upon our 0 Immediate marriage she said saidtoday 9al1tcMIa7 satltoday
today More recently however 1owe t he b baa bf bfIi begas
Ii aa te break his b regular r 1ar engagements engagementswith engagementswltk engagementsfrith
with me and would always declare that thatbe thathe thathe
he had been called to Baltimore on busi business buslLast business ¬
ness nessLast Last Monday be wrote rote me from Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitimore ¬
more He returned ret1 med that nighx JI R and came cameto cametQ cameto
to see me He made another engagement engage engagement engagem8Jtt ¬
ment for Sfunreday J 4 undy might I waited for foraba forhim forhim
him until It oclock but he heflled ailed fled to toshow tosHW toshow
show vp vpA tIPoA upA
oA A few fIW days before be was murdered raurderedI
I do set before that be sommitted 8OGUDltt su5 su5eWe su suleMeI
leIt1e1 eWe eMeI 1 wrote aim a letter asking hint to toexplain hexplain t texplain
explain ins cis strange > e conduct and remand

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