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XFW N E W YORK Sept N Ll1te The Reo eYeit eYeit3ders ev evaders
3ders here ue In a jsbibtat frame framerind o eC eC1ind f
mind > rind today over the te arufcoiisr H given givenmunty ltYeaVil gtve gtvet
t Vil ie Pre i
Preside seru III his i ew ewminty W Wrnunt
munty muntythere rnunt Oneida at tie tJIet psieaa I e tt I Ithere
there thereHe t thereHe h re reHe
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our asershbr a Iy ilstdc aad JcM ut utbis III IIIhis
his own war WII ward the seventh wartt want of ofrtua oftta
rtua rtuaVice ttaYice t tics ticsZice
Vice PreaMeac PIMI Sherman whom wba wbaold the theold tINold
old jaotf jaotfary is isary aPpsrthg for temps tempssty
ary cha ehairtrn o ctlle the 9atntgaeoeva 9Iuatea COIrHII
tion will go to the convention conventiondelegate mIn ate a adlegate adelegate
delegate ftutiaa f fInstead the ant aesegeldy q qInstead dtteariet dttearietInstead
Instead 0 C Ms own district which He Hehas Jtehas hehas
has lost lostIn lo3tIn lostIn
In the thecf opIIIIea of ofcf Chairasa Chairasacf Qrbaeeem
cf the t New Tor Toroilier York omety oomertndttos aIMI aIMIother adother
other Roosevelt lundeiii here the i ieffect moral moraleffect r refrE
effect efrE < t of Shermans defeat lit f t at home win winbe willbt will willbe
be > tremendous tremendousTir iley are cuavbcd h hYOm itwil
YOm go tar to swig the State Statetinn cosvv cosvvt
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As a matter of fact ever severe the UKTaft theTaft theTaft
Taft 1 1diating letter d about a tseooth age rep repdiaUng reps repsdiating
diating the tlletaC1k8 tactics by which t eJt Sherman Shermanvas D DVas
vas indorse jl indocs d by the b State tste committee ee for fartemporary fortemporary tOCtf
temporary tf > mporary chairman against Rooeevetthere Hoosevult Hoosevultthere It Itiere
there iere nag been growing gro feena l ltho agatar agatarth agaiuitthe
the th > Vice Pieghleut P ut to his own ow owThe hone honeThe hoaobThe
The importatnt phase of the tbewat matter is isthat isthat
that the fight fl lat against tnst Sherman Sbft was leilay lei ledby leiL
by L State Senator Frederick X iIL IlLDavau IlLDavauirt Daven DavenIrt Da
1 Irt rt a Bathes man Davenport Da to one onef
> r the th net m < eL looked ow with favor favorr favorR bp bpTions
Tions r > OSf wlt eIt lt < liar or the governorship and the thefact therad thetact
fact that he has led a successful JIAK 41 41ginst light lightiigainst ht htsgainst
iigainst rthnsMi 1 A win w t tettd d to strengthen strengthenhim stve dtea deathint dteahIm
him if the p praaresntrec i iesrhei ogo eoatroi coatn I the State Stateonventipa Statecnventk I Ilonventipa
onventipa lonventipaAt < onventipaAt n nAt
At the RepahMeaa R j j jfuarters Coegreasioal Coa resetonal headuarters head headquarters ¬
quarters uarters here trfnay there was w reaieuTul reaieuTuldiscussion J Jcii regriwfaldiscunoioe
cii discussion < cU88loa of the aateonif to agaemseiaahr Minnesota Minnesotawhere Ilil R In Inhere
where ahr here re RepraweiMattve Mjw Tawney wDey aes < itc < ms s to toCoaftteoed 10COIItbnIed to4Coertinued
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FORECAST pnR ST FO FOR THE DISTRICT DISIJUCTFair DISTRICTFair j
Fair and cooler t tonight and Thursday n i iTEMPERATUBS
lIght to moderate noethweterty uA uATlDlPER wads wadsTE
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45 l p m IIICONDITION thCONDITION
CONDITION OF W WATER WATERHARPERS ATER ATERHARPEItS
HARPERS FERRY W Va Sept Septotomac ± l
PotOllltliC clear and a acudY very Ter7Jldy
Jldy this moning moningiz
52250 2250 iz o Ts KashTille T a aad Re Bern Rern Rern
rn via Sonthern Railway ItaBwaySeItt Sent Sept 91 a4a1M tob to toi
i valM a1M 1 tI for retom Oct Oc 5 and can asE he hertended betfn b °
E rtended r tfn ended to Oct 21 1 Stoporen permit neimitt peor dt
t < > 4 < 1 Thrgwh Thl a sleephMj cars without withoutchange wit wittnange heel
change t artBoards dtBoards art
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IS VERDICT VEROICTOF VERDICTOFCORONER
OF CORONER OFCORONERCharles CORONERCharles
Charles PfSrowning P owninQ b bLife Ended EndedLife EndedLife
Life By Inhaling Gas Gasi GasSa GasSays
i Says Sa Y5 Official OfficialI 0 OfficialtIw1ee fficiaL
tIw1ee The wide w5 w5U wsroparted
roparted U Deparfroat N Nf 1elta7s
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hibg p8 ill tile LtiMtttbia 01 Au AuFeeatla apartmMs apartmMsFotrteesth
I Fourteenth and Ofrard OIN streets e4M north northThte asttitwiset rtll rtllweIIt
weIIt weIItTI wisetThis
This TI II formal statement was trade madg to today tecreer tada
day da hy Coroner Ca eer 2evttt mitt who mad Ie it i iaicanal a an apaasl
aicanal n l tanresdejatiOB after rer reoaivkuca reoaivkuc r reertMeate
a eertMeate of tfoath he ram Dr DrH William WINMtmH
H Heron HeronXr Berealr Them Theml4r
Xr lr Browning Bro > drownia who was well known uewdrdes to toIery isbuMe
buMe drdes hat was wa to the theerr a aery >
Iery err UuJlneim 1 A I He was AftyoaeHe nftyone yoaeff yoaefflu ysa ysaold
old lu He died Cuntamfcer CuntamfcerYesterday S SYesterday j jYater
Yesterday Yater y a eertWcate cIaIot of C his JII JIIwas South dttsthwas Southwas
was received by Coronor c Cm am RentL 9ovM < Theeerttlieate The TMIeertMeate I IeertMeate
eertMeate read that Xr Is Browning Bro BrofrOM Brows ing had haddiedfrom haddied
diedfrom died frOM trw heart Mart eatAIMI tai tattvre ure and pnota pnotamtla
monht Coroner Nevttt N investla hntigated hntigatedsad ted tedand
and oa the back of the eorthVaAe eert of el4ea ddeath j jThis
4ea death trade Ie tate bibwias reportThis report reportTtais
This case was loaortad J8I WMd to KM on Sep Soptamber Soatember Septher
tember 3 > d by Dr William WU H HeronThe Heron HeronThe Hoer HoerThe
The reswtt of my tavestigatioa tnv to I thatthe that thatthe tIIaLtile
the deceased dec coed died from inhalation of ofinvminatinjr fillgas dIlaainatinc
invminatinjr gas taken with suicidal istent ini iniPLOT ba bat
t tent tentPLOT L LPLOT
PLOT TO MURDER nineOOLER MURDERRULER MURDERRULER
RULER OF OFDiscovered JAPAN JAPANDiscovered JAPANDiscovered
Discovered In Time and Con Conspirators Conspirators Conspirators ¬
spirators Are Under Underi UnderArrest UnderArrest
i Arrest Arrestare ArrestTqUC
TqUC Ti Kr4 8 plot IIet IIetL IIetttt lss he hetie
tie L ttt > abmpersr abmpersr7iltttswhit
x1te of e Jslplasari e plottPrz IOt nr nry
are already y under uae numt v A ocovdine I to
a a amsetiosel Ben national pahiiraUon ps atlee ee ta an anerDe1lPlJp8per after ¬
noon s newspaper here today
The story appeared aPIMU in the Hochi H < < hl
Sbintbva which hlch stated that the men IDeItwould leeswould
would be given secret trials trialsThe trtaJaTJw trialsThe
The conspirators plotted to kill the thelIero
Emperor lIero wise hlle on a vfa4t to the Japan Japanese Japanmilttary JIIpaamifttary ¬
eo ese mirttary college jet ontsMe the city
ami ad the conspiracy idS di d dNeotered roered ered Just
to tm time to NVo av his life lifethe JlfeA lifeA
A numb C or f arrests have Itea IteatItt bee made madethe
the > prisoners 1Mi8vc r3 be helix = ostensibiv v charged chargedwkh cbarJedwtth chargedwith
with too rest activity te the > sedatistkmovement sodalhrtk sodalhrtkmovement MClaJiRk1IIOYemet
movement 1IIOYemet The light H I Shtobna Sb Sbmates rn mti mtiBBateg d
mates 8 that those t charred e4 with wtt eonspir eonspirn
j iag n to assaaBteate assIt mkiate te the Bmperor B Euep IO o are areamonc areaBIOIIIt
amonc the ttKante prisoners prisonersThe prisonerse
The e arrest arre t of 0 the rtotters hi this th Ia instance Iai8 ¬
stance te the Sm 3r t time ti ill i rn Japaaeee Japa Japat hte
t tan < rv that t thft f life of a 9Overa sorertgn Mtrn has hallDIott beenplotted been beenvtotter
plotted DIott aeaii aealmtt t bv b nix own si subtects bfects UI andfor and andth aDdtbr
th for fact f ct t zna made e known knownELKINS
ILL WEEKS i I
OF MALARIA LFEVERWashington LFEVER LFEVERWashington LFEVERjI I
Washington Friends Frie ds Hear Nothing Nothingof
of Senators DliagerwsCGRdirioo Dangerous Dangerousr I
r Condition Conditionla I Ito
I IT
la answer to a report which reached reachedWashington rosdedWashhestoa
Washington T t today that SenatorStephen Senator SenatorStephen I IStepitn
Stephen B BHcins of West Test Virginia Virginiais Ylr 1 1s
i is s dangerously erey ill at his home in El Elkins
kins W Va his friends in Wash Washinarton WashInpten asII asIIIDfrteR
inarton said kt this afternoon that the i
Senator has a been autfer suffering ing for r several severalwee4cs severalweeks
weeks we lI with malarial feverThey fever feverThey feverTIHry I
They have lIa = not heard however that
he is in a dangerous da roug conditionI condition conditionMIND coDdtUonIMIND
MIND I IS IMPAIRED IMPAIREDIN
I IN AERO ACCIDENT ACCIDENTPARIS
I
PARIS Sept a l1The 1 The mind of Aviator JTlatorDe rulerDe
I De Boeder is believed be today toda v to be e per pertsauerily fJI
1 tsauerily fly iMpaired as asta a rU ol the thek I
IJI rWs M > sustained several weelpr ago 0
ta the fan of t f his aeroplane at Cam j
lora brai braiDe
j De I > Baeder was wasrlltOved removed from the hoe ho hopltal hoepital
Ipttai today toda by by his motherHe mother 1IIOtMrA 1IIOtMrO
I He ne to O recognise his friends friendsATTEMPT J
A ATTEMPT TO AVERT ARINDUSTRIAL AVERTINDUSTRIAL i
INDUSTRIAL STRIFE STRIFEEDINBURGH STRIFEEDI
EDINBURGH EDI BURGH Sept Z1 1A A move to I Iavert
avert a t the great t industrial Indu trial war which Whichwill whichwill
will come to a crisis on October 1 1when L
when allied tradesmen throughout throughoutGreat tII r uiJlout
Great Britain will go upon a concerted concertedstrHre COIIeertedsUitre noscertedstrike
strike was mode today when repre representatives ret rtpe rtpeaestattves re retattYes ¬
sentatives tattYes of the better makers mettbdr met mettheir MettIHIr
their employers for a conference conferenceAlthough cenfereaceI conferenceAlthough
Although I the session SE 8IoA was evidently evidentlya tJy
a stormy Mor one no announcement aaDOU t was wasmade wasIt wasmade
made Ht It t its concl conclusion of a definite re result resalt result ¬
sult It was said that a formal an anW 811W4r apsw
sw W W4r < T i will be made in three days day set Mtforth setLing
ting forth what action will be taken takenHER takeaHER
HER HOUSE IS I ROBBED ROBBEDWHILE ROBBEDHIL
WHILE HIL E SHE IS AWAY AWAYMxs A W I
JIbs Sheeny hy living at 14 K35 First street streetnorthwest streetdaest
northwest daest reports to the t oolice e thatwthia that thatwtthtn thatwlthlft
wtthtn the last four months her iouse iouselias house househas househas
has been broken into and a R Waltham Walthamwatch aItJumI aItJumIwatdI
watch valued at Ztt 58 taken therefrom therefromMrs therefrolhXra
Mrs Sheeny who 110 has been away front frontthe fTOalUte fmoahthe
the city for some months returnedhome returned returnedhome returfted1IOID
home and discovered that the watch watchwas watehwaa
was wasleft gone Detectives Pratt and How Howtett How1ett
left bis vie have been a assigned sisned to the case caseSebeel e8eSc
Sebeel Sc fil 1 Beeks Bee Sec Secondbase Bdsaaa a1K and New NewLAw NewIk
LAw Lvwderamilk ermtlk Ik I Co 1C 1m F St StMvtBo StMvt SLAdvtBoards Advt AdvtBoarfls
1
Boards Bo Iiis Heart Piae Wide 250 oPer Per 100 too IQot
ftvrrtak t ukUWtey Lsebey 10 Jw Rh s N Y AY AYdVt At
= Adri dVt
I WASHINGTON WOMAN IS KILLED KILLEDAS KILLEDAS KILLEDAS
AS TRAIN CRASHES INTO AUTO A UTOI
HURLED HURLEOFIFTYFEET HURLEOFIFTYFEETJ FIFTY FEET FEETMISS
MISS USSEOiBJOE USSEOiBJOEHer MISSMEETS EDNA B J DOE DOEMEETS
MEETS QUICK DEATH DEATHHer
Her Three Companions Bad Badly Badly Badly
ly Injured Tvo T vo of Them ThemMay ThemMay
May Die DieipARTY DiePARTY DiePARTY
ipARTY PARTY RETURNING RETURNINGFROM RETURNINGFROM RETURNINGFROM
FROM THE CAPITAL CAPITALVictim CAPITALVictim CAPITALVictim
Victim For Years Soprano Soloist At AtSt AtSt AtSt
St Margarets Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpscopalChurch Ep + scopal scopalChurch
Church ChurchPITTSBURG ChurchPlTTSBUKG ChurchPITTSRIJRG
PITTSBURG S Sec pC a LTItIfwn Thrown fifty fiftyfeet nrtyfeet fift y yfoM
feet Into the Qk ir when a fast fa t passeos JMUi patssengertrrdn fO r rtrain rtnda
train craohed into 0 an automobile ir irwhich irIte I r rwrlch
which she Ite w was s riding and falling JURI in u utrack acrushed 1 1er8
crushed er8 h Ilea heap at Ute stile eC the railroad railroal1udt railroadtrack
track atlas X B Rda oa B Doe of 1St JStt M streetnorthwest street atrettnorthwest Itr t tJIOCthwftlt
northwest WaetriRgtOR Wmdll5 W eHi sUH O5 was instants lnatanllyJdUed instantskilled InstanilyktUea
killed about 11 oclock test Ja t night at G GField GlfJokId Glf GleField >
Field JokId a snberb jnhui of Pifctsfcorgr PifctsfcorgrMr
Mr lr nd Mni > > n Walter J WUson whir whirMnw whrN whirMiss
Miss N I De > oe was vtotrhMr at Glen Osbornp OsbornpPa Oabor nP nPPa
Pa and with whom the Washington Washingtonmotor Wa WashingtongtN ngt n nJtr1
Jtr1 was returning Ie their borne on a amotor amotor
motor trip from the District DI5 1e of CohalDbaa Colum Columvtve Columbin
baa wen both tit aeriow V 1Rjund to jurn It Itaid Is Issaid
aid the flllRfer will tot M Mviv skis is ser servive
vive viv a 1 1orate had fracture at t Ute base e ebrabL f hois hoisheals
orate brabLIax healsMax
orateax
Max Iax < ax Feitweil maaafter ef of the Sowtok Sowtokley SewIIIkley Sewlshley
ley Auto Company who was wasthree dehtag dehtagLad < lil lne lneto
Lad three rise broke and Is thugiat thugiatto t tve
to 9 mve eve ve been Injured I httemally IIItenla y He dM dMnot tINJIM didtrot
not regain rt ain consciousness coil l t after behnrj behnrjHurled I ehIIr beiatthurled ehIIrkurled
Hurled from the completely shattered shatteredtouruur 8batterecIt shatteredtouring
touring t car until this morning morningWhen morningW mornln mornlnWhen
When W n the engineer of train Ne 966
PEHOlffFl FREE 1 M or FRANK FRANKIS FRANKIS
IS SOUGHT BY BRIDE BHIDENever BRIDENever
Never Insane But Mentally MentallyDepressed 1lentaUyDepressed MentallyDepressed
Depressed Says Affidavit AffidavitSensation AffidavitSensation AffidavitSensation
Sensation Recalled RecalledWealthy RecalledWealthy ecaIIedWslthy
Wealthy relatives and atI the young y brmeof IIrideer bride bridef
of f Edwin Frank the soWier Ifor whose searstiosal sea seat IeRMrrl818
t rstiosal nth > nal n marriage rrtepe and honeymoon 1IoJte sor MWera several
era eral weeks ago o terminated abruptly hi
his arrest at the American League L asve base basei baseball e epI1t
ball park on a charge of Aoatt Aoattebeck fioattmg boss bossei
i ei checks ecks and his stNieeouent conwrhanent conwrhanentits etMeatte comes tmeet tmeetto
its te the Government Hospital t4 ter r In Insane IBMAe Insane ¬
sane todav v took steps SEIN to obtain his hterelease hisrelease Is Isfrom
release from the asylum asyluminsane a87 a87AaertiD1 asylarAsering
AaertiD1 that Frank has serer beet beea1Jut beettease
insane but was mentally lItaUy depressed ep by byhte byis fy fyJd
hte Jd is extreme grief over the death de tk of both bothparents
parents II8IftIts in I New York last latsprtagaad latsprtagaadthat spring and anddenying anddneyiet
denying that the alleged bogus checks checkswould ebee1c8woaJd checkswould
would not have been be honored at the thebanks thebnski
banks Attorney Richard P Evans Wed Wedta 1 ecI
ta the Supreme Court of the District an aaapplication anappIIea anapplication
application appIIea Oll for a writ of c habeas habeasCbIeC corpus corpcMChief corpusChef
Chief Justice J1I tIce dabaush CI aoh made w the rule ralereturnable rnIer rulereturnable
returnable r September Septem er 27 when wit Frank FrankwM Frankwill Frankwill
will be brought 1 late court courtWifes courtWifes courtWifes
Wifes Affidavit AffidavitAttached AffidavitAttadtei AffidavitAttached
Attached to the petition to an afO afOdavH Atlivtt at ft ftdark
dark vtt of Mrs rs Virginia Yi 1a S Frank the theyoung theGaIIf theyomag
young GaIIf Philadelphia girt whom Prank Frankmarried Prankjnaiilml PradttR
married at tR Rackvttle kYllIoe and JMI in whose corn cornpolice comPSJW
paRY lie was when be was arr arrested by bypolice bypolice
police detectives Mrs rs Frank states statesthat 8 autosthat tes I Ithat
that she knew Frank for two y 7s cr rs 1 be 1 before e
I
fore their marriage ma jind uit1 is positive peet peettJaat pemhtlyrthat
that lie was not insane when be ac e was wassent wassent I
sent Miat to the asylum asylumSoon asylumSoon
Soon after her husbands arrest arre t and andhis ant anthis I
his commitment to the Government Hos Ho Hospital I Ipitat
nital for the Insane Mrs rs Frank Is rE rEporte reported
ported to declared that she intended jnt ed to tobasin i jnulled iaeUoR
basin action to have the marria marriage a anulled
nulled but her change cha e of xrind is l ledi lediGated dtj dtjeated
Gated in her affidavit t tCause
I
Cause of Depression DepressionOn
On 0 this score she saysAMM says ys ysAtaaRt I IAfasjtt I
Afasjtt further says that the art artKdwia saN saidEdwin I IE41wIa
Edwin Frank F lost both 1to t of his parents parentswithin reats j jwtthta Iwith
within with three weeks of each other and andwas andwads i I t
was not permitted to attend their fu funeral fu1Ier1 funeral ¬
neral and being beI sick at the time it itcaused Itca itcaused
caused ca him to become mentally de depressed dere depressed ¬
pressed re oed and lid nervously prostrated sot 1MItlhat betthat sotthat
that be has fully recovered reeovHe from that thatcondition tlltoddIdoIIT thatcoeditlen
condition and is now in good t > od mental meetaland mentaland wteIItaland
and physical health and Jtd affiant desire desirehhr lobeshis I
his 11 discharge from saM hospital e pitJ and andrestoration andreatoratien IICI IICIre
restoration re toratioe to his liberty s se that they theymay the they theytsar
may y make their home together tegetllerthat and andthat andthat
that she may look after his health be kh comfort com comfort CMRfort
fort and ad happiness happinessVisiting happlnessVisiting applne s sVisiting
Visiting Brother Brothezairs BrotherMrs BrotherXrs
Mrs Frank was 88 Virginia Strouse an aneighteenyearold aseigiteeeyearodd Uteighteeaearold
eighteenyearold Philadelphia girl be before before e efore ¬
fore her marriage to the soldier at atRockvilte atRockYllle atRockville
Rockvilte M Md Id L on August Augu t M She wasvieidag was wasvisiting wasvi
visiting vi itiag at the home of her brother at aLtS atFirst
23 S First street northeast when Frank Frankcalled FrawdteaJted Fradkcoiled
called on her and JMI persaadt pers P lS4uld ad l her B I to t tto go goto guto
to Rockville and marry t mini i1imCtlftued 9 She to isCoetinned
Continued oa Fourth Fo irik PageBoards Page PageBoards PleBoardS
Boards Dressed Wide S 250 5o Per zoo Ft1 Ft1Frank Ft FtFrank
Frank Llhbey LUbe Co CO6tb 6tlmS e N K Y oFLI Afe1 Ae AeAdrt AveAdvt
Adrt
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MISS EDNA B DO DOE
j I rtopped 2 1M yards ardtJ beyond where whe the ac accideat a acldeat
cideat occurred the crew rushed rUIJ back backto backI
I to give aid It was wa immediately seen seenthai seenthat eenI
that Miss Doe could not have lived KH KHinstant ah1n
I
instant 1n CaDt after the terrific crashThe crash crashThe craahThe
The injured were re rushed to Sewicktey SewidtleyHospital SewickteyHospital ewtdcIeJHlJ
Hospital HlJ pftaL when for a ate tit U e the physi physicians pby1claDtt phyaclans ¬
clans despaired d of saving OlDg the lives 1 1either liveseither of ofeither
either R WH see oa er FettweU Toward Towardmorning TowardJnOml Towardmorning
morning JnOml the former re rnamined aincd oansclous oansclousneco COD eaosctousnag lIou lIouoe
nag oe for a few moment I O MDtll but later relapm re relapsed rebato ¬
lapsed 1 Ito a ieHrlun t Itrt and it hr feared tearedI
I I >
that thalltilS his death from hemorrba hemorrhage hemorrhageresult tsar I
result resultMUs I IllfTs
MUs Nis llfTs s Doe who ta well known ta Wash X atiltt r rtngton
tngton agton musical mu 1 circles by virtue of dlong her herlong herIon S
long Ion service en as soprano no soloist at StNisigareta St Sti StlI
i Margarcfn lI > trprctlI E Eowcopal I Church had badvisiting b brioting I bete beteteraec Mlai Mlainttln >
rioting nttln the t WRaons at their summer summervilla au auvista 1DIIIft
villa Ua at Glen Osbome Mr and andWilson Mrs MrsWH Kr
WH Wilson on Miss 1 Doe De and Mr Fettweil Fettweilmotored FeIt1IVlI8OtOnd Felttrelmaotored i
motored to Waahlnaton w test Ia t week i iCoetinued in inContinued
Continued on Fourth Pane 1
of
FEW W 0 BAD EGGSARK EGGS E i S ARE A ZE SOLD SOLDIN SO SOLDIN LD LDIN
IN CAPITAL CAPIT AJJ SAY SA Y EXPERTS
Fining b bGlared of Armour Agent De Declared Dei Deidared ¬
dared Isolated ISQ1a ted Case By ByOfficials B Y YOfficials I II
Officials OfficialsIHARD OfficialsHARD I
I IHARP
IHARD HARP FIGHT FIGHTBEGUN BEGUNON BEGUN BEGUNj l lON >
j ON MALT MAL TJ LIQUORS LIQUORSAgriculture LIQUORSA LIQUORSAgricltkure
Agriculture A 1 tQle Department Depa Depart ieat Ht CReiRtstsH Chemists ChemistsHve Chein sts stsHive
Hive H ve Evidence vi eAGe Against AgainstManufacturers AgtlmstMaH AgainstMawtfactvrers
Manufacturers ManufacturersThe MaH facturers facturersTIM
The ease of c unities W Cerawett C4NJWIIIIoC
a oC tile W Wii N g ton bmench el elAnDour ofArmour
Armour Jb t C Co of CtttoffSi who wasabed was wasflned W8Mtor
abed 3M 1 for seRtny preserved e4 eggs thatwere that thatwted Uaatt
were t 6ayed < < 1 aye d tile DMrtd Is aD aDJated iso isolated
wted kietanect neaaa nnjaidhiB 0 V to the Homlth HomlthDepartment HalthDepartsaeat b botkiaa
Department officials officialsIt
It fe not bettered that there are any anythe aaylartW anylards
lards number of thens decayed eggs la laJe inthe
the Je city cityThis
I
This isntement tent was mane nude today at the theDepartment theDepartment
Department of ofA Agriculture f fOf fOltowbtg fOltowbtgssures
jefauirps of 1 nreserwd 14 eroaa w s broaaht lWo t into intothe tatothe JatotM
the District which proved ved to be In 10041 gdodrortdlti04 j 10041u ood oodcotMthJun
cotMthJun u rortdlti04R ItIua ItIuaWe
MWe R a hav have H9 objection to preferred preferredeaw lJI preservedesg etT
eaw paM M 111 I I lr > r H W WIleY at thefir the theDepartment I
Department fir rbnent of Axrieadture A IeIdtule 90 tIC lone 1o as asthe dtM 5 5v
r aif I
the pi Prme Prmekey esei vaUv v i ax are harmless bar a and
they are used when they are ta good goodeondftfoH l goodcsaiiitlott < < > >
eondftfoH csaiiitlottMakers <
Makers of several veJ1l wid viidejy y a advertised a3vertlsedbrands 1verU
brands of o malt whiskies and tome pop popular
ular brands of t cheese eb must t stand in investi mYe Wveat
vesti Ye t ajuons of their prodnfft tldt follow foiwwIng followIng followleg
Ing charge aIM at the t ofilce C llCe of the theUnited
United States District Attorney AttorneyThe AttorneyThe
The Department of Agriculture Agrl icsltLre attre has hasmale
made seizures of goods in this city cityand cityaDd I
and as a result Salt of an n examination ac ex exp4r
p4r will t < ld1 1 testify te ur when the cases CIL come comenot comeup
up for a nearing that the whiskies areetitttled are I
not eiiiUled I itle to the term malt and tt4I
FACES FACESNEW
NEW NEINDICTMENT NEINDICTMENTCHICAGO INmGT fNT fNTCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 21 1A A new indictment indictmentagainst indlctmeRtGeooe indictmentapainet
against George W Fitzgerald II eraJd accused accusedof
of robbing rebbl the Chicago CII subtreasury of ofratM orftd ofsm11M
sm11M ratM and ftd Indictments t elCtme ts against at least leasttwo Jeesttwo leasttwo
two others ae promised as a result of ofa 0 0JteW da
a new iaqutiv by the Federal grand grandtory grandjury grandjury
jury which was started today tetd tetdFItseraJcI todayFitsperaid
FUsseraM formerly was associate tel teller t tter tatter ¬
ter of the subtreasury The alleged allegedrobbery allegedtOOk alleged allegedrobbery
robbery took place three years JiMini ago butFitzgerald but butFitzgerald butFJtzgendd
Fitzgerald was not arrested until last lastweek 1stweek lastweek
week weekBusiness weekBu weekBnetmess
Business Bu IItea aaeockuee amoci tes and otfteiate hi hibanks inbanks htbanks
banks where w1tere7lbtg8l8la KKsgemlfl to mid to havet havekept have havekept
kept t pt it large amount of money MOn were weresubpoenas weresubpotlul4l weresubpolnd
subpoenas subpoenasThey subpotlul4lThe subpolndThey
They The will be asked eel concsminr aCerd1Mkdesk e e edeals lame hvreedeals
deals he IIeJau has been voonected yo IteC 4 with withBoards withBoards a + itL itLBoar
Boards Boar Dre Dressed ed Narrow 185 185Per Per 100 lCOtFraJIk rrofLFrank
11 tFraJIk Fr ik Ubbcy IAb < < y fi Ce lath 2f i Y Ar ArAdvt AtAdvt A0Att
Att Advt
Results of o Experts Pure PureFoo PureFooTests PureFoodjests Food FoodTests
Tests TestsConviction Testsckdoft jests jestsCVo
CVo Conviction iedos of denim a eater te decayed eI pre preaorved prosewed Ire IretIIIIII
sewed ojE tIIIIII a thsnpht tbs ht to be listed teotatodease listedcame t r reIIH
ease by nrpnrfnmntr of site AnVulture AnVultureWMery Ast1emletrodk 8I 8InIcIaIL
nIcIaIL nIcIaILWIiIeIy rodkWidely
Widely advertised 1 IIeIII han orsunfc orsunfcwhfadty t IlL molt molty If IfwfdIIk
whfadty y and Uthte water naMto sal11 all t h M MlI betafedse
htferior lI lerlolprOducts lerlolprOductsId products productsCheese BrodoctaChaeoe
Cheese saM Id f ffood tie eaai tae 1Mbm J a
aspitly 17 ec ban 4 eogpb 1IIIdt1eI withtoad with pure purewidr
food and drag or arc a aell actMaads
Maads ers ell hoaiehe fll I IIeWiIers pttiersidiittlmll IIeWiIersWIda
idiittlmll wits fafllmj to Mad their theirthat tIIeIracc theirpools
pools s acc aeordttnoe tll with law 1ftwtIaat lawthat
that the choose < < It et contites omattlnsan an vncue aaaveportion 1Ie pre preliortlon preu
portion u of borax horaxStanton MnxStaaton boraxStanton
Stanton FeeHe l the tIt Amnotaut a tlJ tt District IMstrictAttorney DI DistrictAttorney tr1et tr1etAtt
Attorney Att to charge of 01oC the prosecution prosecutionof
of these cases ca said 141 toda todar he Intended Intendedto iIIteIMJdt
to t make ake every entJ8Iort effort to tt ootata a hear
his on them this falL 11 11Department
The Department of Agriculture has hasalso hasaJ hasalso
aJ also o preferred prE peters erifd ed charges against mann
facturers of headache powders po1l ders and
Hthht lit waters ten The he headache powders powdersare powderaare
are said to contain acetphonetidtae a pltenetjdhte a
derivative of acetaailhle which to III un unIf 1IDthe
der the baD of the pure food and andact drut8 drut8aet
act actIf
If the headache powder contain this thtecompound thl8pouad thisa
compound a pouad m poua d the t department claims 1aIRt t the thefact
fact 5 t should be marked on the u cover coverj
the j ttthta waters are cruder fire on the theground thepoUlld theground
ground that they t y contain a such a acr mi microseoplc
croseoplc cr amount of lithia chat tIa the theprodttcte tileJII t tproducts
products JII 4tat 4o DOt 1 4esorye oJaerve the name nameconducted JDe
The pure food elUnpaip 01 which whlehthese whichthese
these caMS lire the outgrow a is belUC belUCeeuduetfd bee beeconducted
conducted by Walter G Campben cblet cblff1DBIMdor ch
inspector of the tb department departmentare t tare Mefatmes Mefatmesare
are being made daily da of pro prod protsets nets which whichmenCs wtalcbare whichare
are being put Ie the tftlt at the depart departmeat departmeats
meats meat laboratory laboratoryIt
It was intimated today that other otberfood otherrved pre preserved ¬
served se sefsgtos rved food products shtjmed tn t Wash ¬
ington from many II parts ri s the country eountrywould
would be Inreetegated rayestfeated IDve tbte4 An attempt etpt will
be made to have all the c cas cas s s tried this
falL
GHBRHR SREPORTED REPORTED REFOfiTEDAS
AS r U AGAIN UNITED UNITEDZANESVIILE I
I
ZANESVIILE Ohio Sewt 2L How Howard H HAnI Howand ¬
and Chandler Chaa i < r 1 fhristys Chri ts home is bee beebesioped being beingeologcd n g 1 1b 1
eologcd by b messages me Jes front friends of ofhis ofhis I
his W and his h wife today followingvisit following f a avisit aSI I
visit SI from Mrs Christy yesterday yesterdayMrs y yesterdayMrs enlay
Mrs 1 Mrs 8 Christy spent the day withartist with the theartist theartst II
artist and her daughter dau hter Natalie and andthe a andthe
the r report rt gained netl currency curreIIC that the thepair th thpair e I
pair pa i r rEIGHTEEN WDutd wt > old end their separation separationEIGHTEEN sepe sepeEIGHTEE
I
EIGHTEEN ARE HURT HURTRUSHING j I
RUSHING TO WRECK WRECKiLEXINGTON WREC WRECLEXINGTON K j jI jLEXINGTON I
LEXINGTON Ky Sept tL IEIghteen tLEighteestet Eighteen Eighteenmen n i I IMeR I
men were hurt two fatally when whenengine an anengine j
engine and a car on the Illinois Central CentralR CentraRailroad l i I
Railroad R IIroIwI carrytap Nrrryn a crew M a freight treihtwreck freightwreck i iwreck j
wreck crashed into the wreckage in a I
fog 191 today todayBoards todayBriard6 todayBeards
Boards Dressed Very Common C n u5 u5per tz tzper 5 5Iter
per 1 ftFrank ftP lUlk TJW LMey4i Libbey r o 6th 6thJC 6thA 8 8y
JC y Ave AveAdvt Advt
T 1
HARRIS WITNESS FOUND FOUNDo FOUNDWILL
o WILL DISPROVE DISPROVShatters POLICE POLICEShatters
Shatters the Theory of Suicide But Cannot Jeopardize JeopardizeHis
His Personal Interests By Making Statement StatementPublic Stateme StaternerttPublic t tPublic
Public Unless Called Officially OfficiallyCONFLICTING OfficiallyCONFLICTING OfficiallyCONFLICTING
CONFLICTING STATEMENTS BY DETECTIVES BYDETECTITESCoroner DETECTIVESCoroner
Coroner Nevitt Having Announced Case As Closed the theCamp theCamp theCamp
Camp of Woodmen Carry Ca Their Demands for fo An AnInquest AnInquest AnP
Inquest Up to the P District Commissioners CommissionersConflicting C CommissionersConflicting mmissioners mmissionersf
f Conflicting Conf d ng Statements C Contained Containedin nta ned nedtn
tn in Report of Detectives DetectivesCoroner s I
I ICoroner
Coroner Says He Is Convinced ConvincedCoroner ConvinceCoroner ConvincedCoroner
Coroner Wevitt NevittThe Nevitt The papers submitted to me in the Nerval Nervalcase N rris rriscase s scase
case have been very carefully gone over I am 1ma HBaMe te tewherebyXhis 9 appreciate apprMiatewherebythis appreciatexhereby
xhereby wherebyXhis his case could be e more thoroughly investigated investigatedHow inv I gated gatoHocw gatedHow
How Police Convinced Coroner CoronerPage CoronerPage CoronerPage
Page 3 C 0 ORockwell Rockwell states Harris showed him h a a rev revolver lver ailed fee beknew e et
knew he was in i the habit of carrying same He caaa cannot 4 ideatify ideatifysame i idea ideasame eatify eatifyPage
same samePage samePage
t Page 18 l8C C 0 Rockwell states that he knew Harris carried a abttt gas gnabat gasbut
bat he never saw saWit saWitI it itPage itPage
I Page 19 19ciRobert Robert P Bailey states that Robert Harris came te him uricspring uric tkisspring tJ s sspring
spring and said Merval was upon the tl e hill at lay sisters and spoke spokeef tlke tlkeaf e eof I
ef being in trouble Korval said S lid he intended ending en nr it aM bat feet
his nerve nervePage nervePage nervePage
Page zi xJMr Mr Harris states that a few weeks age a his sister tW hkm L q ef f
Nervals suicide s icide threat threatPagefao threatPage threatPage
Pagefao Page JzoMrs Mrs Colvin states that Harris reporled relH rted attempt at unease paiciacwas RieiieWas uneasewas
was OH Thursday August lIgust 18 18Yet x8Yet
Yet Bailey says he was told this spring by Rebect Harm Harr of f this SlUM
happening of August iS iSPage z8Page 8 8Page
Page 16 16TIIe i Tlie revolver in question has been ti
pesitiveiy p ps itively y identified ay y ser sereral 3eTral norera
eral era ral persons personsSix personsSix
Six persons are mentioned menti ned in the report as having seen the gun Of Oft tikheee tikheeeonly tbeoe tbeoeonly Me Meonly
only two say it is the t e gun gunthree three that they cannot t say slid eat eee a mQJI mQJIpositively aa aapositively
positively says it is not Norval Harris gas
MILK PRICES STAND STANOFOR STANDLNTER
FOR WINTER LNTERProposed 1ONTHS 1ONTHSProposed
Proposed Advance Aban Abandoned Abandone Abandoned ¬
doned and Meeting of ofDealers 0 ofDealers f fDealers
Dealers Called OffMost Off OffI OffiIIeft
j Most dealers in Washington sta will sellmsakbfar sell sellmBkVfaf IellJIIIIk
I mBkVfaf JIIIIk 1 cents ce s a oMut n this t l winter winterThe wiaterTIts whiterThe
The wholesale w I l880k price they mast pay J > Y wilt wiltmnh6 n
j I range I boHeve IIeye from 3 91 t to S3 2 cents eatsgalieu a auton
I galieu uton and I dont think much milk milkj tail k
j I Will be bought Mug t above the Ut teat figure figureThte JIi1tC JIi1tCI figureThk
I TWIll was file prediction pre iedoR made mademorning this thismorning
I morning MerJlJ g by b IV A Bartranft president presideatof
of 0 the Milk IIkDe Dee Dealers lers Association AssociationThe AseodatloRTJte AscedatioThe
The project to set let a price for waste1511k winter winternrittc wintermilk r
I
milk it was v learned today tO Y has Free practically tnlc tnlctIcaIb ¬
deafly been abondonedand abondoDed aitd each dealer dealerwfll dealerwill d dwill
will have to fight fi his own battle The Theactivity Tbeaedrtty Th Thactivity e
activity of the office of the District At Attorney Attoraec Attontes ¬
torney k Is believed 1 is responsible for foraa forpti foras
aa apparent pti 8reDt decrease of Interest et ta the thescheme thedte teso
scheme so dte meee te to sell milk for 10 6 cents a ouart ouartS qw guar guarduring t ti
S i during S the winter monthsMeeting months monthsMeeting moeat
Meeting Called Off OffThat
That the milkmen contemplated no
present move m ve toward t wanI arranging the Wolf Wolfprices milk k
prices was made apparent when k kaanoaced was wasannounced
announced today that the meeting of c the thefXecvUve theexecutive
executive committee tMy scheduled for feeome some sometine
time between the session of 0 the dealers dealerslast eaters
j last Friday and October 1 has been in indefinitely I II Inely
I definitely ely postponed postponedXo p poned
Xo Nmeeting b meeting of the committee COIIIa ttee will willcalled be
called so far as I can at present Ke eJtt fore foresee foreMW foresaid
see saM A S Trundle TrwwI chairman of o f r I ItM
the executive board today until ustitle erne semelegislation s me metlon
legislation le gis lation tlon demand its attention There Theret e
is no present KMent need for a meeting JIIttn
President Hartranft said that inde independent iY1GerelHfeJrt indepeadettt
pendent Investigations had been 1t n made madeof madeof
of conditions among farmers by SEW several SEWeral revoral
eral dealers but that some 80 or these the thebad
bad been undertaken uD ertakEn under I cosrni cosrnixance co connisauce = ni nisance
sauce of the tb association as90 laUon Their tend tfndtnrs tendings
Iners he it said id indicated that the far farmers farmars ¬
mers might in most eases be justified justifiedin
in askln asking 22 cents a gallon hm for milk milkbut milkhut milkbut
but that the price prl of e 24 4 eents set by
their association was toe great an anadvance anadvance a aadvance n
advance Denies Den e Milk Is Impure ImpureTne ImpureTide I
Tile statement of a producer trOd r through throughthe throuethe h
the columns of a a Washington paper paperthat pperthat popethat r
that most of the milk Uk sold in I Wash Washaiul WashIwgton YashI
I Iwgton 1tOIl was ettbar elth impure or water watersmall watered waterednd
small nd sometimes SOMeU S bath fe4th 1t tb was denied today todayin odayIn
in a statement given out by Mr r Trun Trundle Trundle ¬
dle dleSuch
Such sue a perversion pere on of facts as WStlned wascontained was wascontained
contained tlned in this article Mr r Trundle TrundleMaid
Maid id I Ia calculated to 1 be wholly rate mfel mi mile
l le leading Hdin and the public stwultl be b set setT se
T r r3tht ttt ht abHUt nhoilf it it X Xo o des da1f dNJers er i is going ffintr t tm1 ti to toaccept o
accept acceptccording tnilU that has Been eat watered r rand red redand
and andaccept according aeeordln to the writer arlter ooh the thete thewatering
watering Is done by Ute producers producers I It ItIs i
Is an easy matter to tell if even a asmall
small u quantity ua t1ty of waterhas water has been put pa zt t
in milk The most common of these thesemade e j
made with a steel instrument wIllshow will willshow
show pretty Jr tty conclusively
The stories storl about the tremendorroflts tremendous tremendousrroftts us
rroftts accruing ccuin to the dealers under underpresent lInderpr undepre usr r I
present pr pre errt t conditions are ar also alsomlslead mislead
iiMsr tn Mr Trundle said saidMtere saidThere
There Is a dealer who has an es
tablisned business worth 550000 anu an anwho anwho si j
who sells more than 3809 900 gallons jl IfmUk f
milk a day da who Is willing to hand hanrtever
ever c r bis business husln for a period of live fiveyekrs tiv j
yettrs 3 stars to any man who will 111 guarantee e
hina hlo ht o 2 cents on every gallon j aUon non of milk milksold sit
sold Most M > t < 1 cf us would jump jam at atSimilar a asimilar asimtlarene
similar simtlarene simtlareneThese offe offed
d These iese Prices Are For Small LotsFrank Lots LotsFrank LotsFrank
Frank Liobej Libbey Cor Co 6th N NY T Ave AveAdvt I IAdvt i iAd
Advt Ad t
A dssaorf et o 1 f ilUurfO ilUurfOthat U TT TTthat
that it pi pat promsog mien to render worthl worthlpraetteaHy woihleea woihleeaPhiy thl thlall
praetteaHy all of the evident collected
by DtntHlit DIMeU TcisoaHte l oedoa and and6orHnjpimf
6orHnjpimf Bor Dur11a me ta their teve JII lsvesi ftat adon adonth tIon > n of ofthe
the th e causes ea that led up to the death of
Xorval T Harris has bees Me made by b
The ThawWith Thaw ThnirWKh nesWith
With the reports POrtS of the two detective detectivesergoants dftertlTesergM
sergM sergoants sergeam completed etI and uubniHted ed to tl tlCorODel
Coroner J Rameay y Xevitu and with withmmv
the C Corser aueietlg tbe these
e reports as asCOIdInu asConsrmstio
Consrmstio COIdInu fJC hl ant declaim that mmv
Harris had conMnttted suicide The
I Times today toda has located aa Important
witness whoe whose e ctatententa s t Ht corroborated 4vted
i by 8 another wttneos wtt couipltttt temrpie > shatter
the theory along Jea which the th poHre work worked worked ork orkeel ¬
ed ia then destination elftitatloa of tae death
TIlts witneac WitDe I make a the paaWve JIOIIId dec ¬
laration that he body of Korrat T Tetween
Harris was not JI t
lying dead t Os I Street 8trPftetw
between etween etw Eighth h and Xhrth Xhrthof hrth streets fft fftsoutlnv9t
southwest at DJI eeIock On tile night ht
of Awswet A Augusta 21 the t e t nfeht ht on which Ha H HMce Har Harris r rtes
ris aecarding to the thee
theory rT of tM p0
lice stretched himself Jd tsetl on the t ground nrt
and shot hhnseif ta the bade of tb the tbto1te
head headThis 1te
1teTills
This why makes the addition
po positive k1e declaration that Korva T liar Ha liarcis r ¬
ris was not lying dead tn I street one OMI
hour inlet Ja or ds at OM JJIc l2a ocJodc on The Themorning h hJIIOnJIag
I morning of c Ao August ADgwetBasis tSBasis 2f 2fv
v Basis ef Police Probe Preoerte Pre ProbeTh e eThe
Th The e poises have based hale
Ihd1 entire In Inv invedttisattes
v vedttisattes t ea on tjue f e omdmmlea C8Dd tat Hz Hzria N Ncis
rte was abet at atont 11J II a1 ociotk od ek an a m
the major porter JIOC of their resort lenoituood NI resortw Ort Ortto
seed w ed to show tie that nose BO one eovU hays bavrtap h < i n nurdered
murdered him al 110 o one e was as sew eftI run runntftb
rtap about t t tide e scene of e oeathnine death or ru t ifling tJtI
nine JtI front the place at that hour hourAnd iIourAnd hourAnd
And the strange the reowtrkabK
declaration mot be made that the im important important importent ¬
portant information THipBiiaiiJ I A by this thiswitness the thiwttJIeR thewither =
witness has been 1 efta known to the of ofncers
Peers and detective of the M J letrop < tropoIiih lilh
Police P e Department De llrtJDft1t since the very HT b bf bfsIaT8oftlMo l > < r ra <
ginnlas sIaT8oftlMo a of the special invc inv < tl ttta tSateen ation f iO11 thai t ha t
was ordered by Major Sylvester S TY ler the tl
Police Chief after r The Times h halt l pro pro ¬
tested the snap su IDaI n up Judgment nt then hU n by h th thpolice the lhopolice thepolice ° >
police and ad the Coroner C < < ouer r in declaring de < larin ttathe t Ula > iav
Harris Harrtdesplte despite the many ny circumstanrp cin tman N Nat =
that th at permitted itted the suspicion don of a pos posd < d
ble murder munierbad nad committed C l1litt sue uidrl + i id < 1 >
Coroner Nevitt yesterday emphaOoalv emphaOoalvrefused flnphatkallretusecl emphaticaltrefused
refused to consider a formal d dPm3n naiv1 naiv1made < i imade i imade
made bv an anthorixed reDresenta repr reDresentathof ntath ntatho i
of o the brother and sister of Korral X Qrral T THarris THarris
Harris for n inquest btque t that might mi ht pws DOoI = l
biy remOte remo x te e sti stigma nna of suicide 8uid fO from
the name of the dead boy bo who Wb whose > f body bnrivwith boohwith bodywith
with a pistol wound ra the bead bf4 il ws w =
found lying in I street between Sfaenth Sfaenthand Elcn h hJMl hand
and JMl Ninth streets southwest 8OtIt on the themorning t ht htmor
morning mor of August 3R 3RWoodmen
Woodmen Are Detezalaod DetezalaodOn DeteDil JMM1
On September M the special commit committee eornmtt eornmtttee ¬
tee appointed by the Washington W Camp Campof Campof
of the Woodmen Wood ten of o America ABterI a sent tothe to tothe
the Coroner COIo er a formal request that an aninquest anInquest aninquest
inquest be bold hektThe boldThe
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liable H le to pay pa a SMnf tanwraaee b uraaee benefit benetitto t t tte
to the te sister of Harris should the cer certificate certiAeate ¬
tificate of suicide De b set aside IdE bat in inspHe inspite
spite ef r this tit tae ie Wnohlnston W Camp notsatisfied not notsatisaed notsatisfted
satisfied that HarrIs ant an ma end to his hislife hisure
life te k determined to have th tile mystery mysterysolved mysterysolved
solved solvedUp solvedUp solvedUp
Up to yesterday the Woodmen WoodRl 1I had ha4received ba4received hadreceived
received no answer from the Coroner CoronerThe CororKTThe
The action of that 1 official > in returning returningthe
the report of Detective W WHdOD edon and andBurlingame andBurilD andBurlingame
Burlingame BurilD me to the head cf t the Police PoliceDepartment P lice liceDepartmeDt
Department wit with the announcement el1lt that thatbe thathe
he had closed the case and lid would not notchange notchange notchange
change his decision has ha aroused arou the theWoodmen theoodmen
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District CemwteBiooers opera for recognitionCOmairitel recognition recognitionCommission rEognitlonR
Commission COmairitel Rnaotph R jrap 1 eP f to to The
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