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WASHINGTON, MONDAY EVENMG, OCTOBER 6, 1919.
ffWlMiWitrrti wa TWO CKWTBL
Capitol Heights Man Kills Brother-in-Law ; Mistook Him For a Burglar
& iti S $! ffc ffc ifc jjfc
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Say S c Jar K lv
f lit flashin nktii
oTiTnts
PRESIDENT
CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
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L a -- -S- -- -- -- 1ft.
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Carpenters and United Mine Workers Refuse to Attend the Round Table
WINK
PICK MEN FOR
COME AT
LAS! Mil IE
split
thai at the National TiiiastilnT Oeo-
waa partially sstHia today,
tha ionr railroad
eVeehled to Mad
t eflfcfls ta
of Labor.
WHDYdlY
. k. ij&f aam auaemaa-Bte
OYER THE SERIES.
WRITE TAD
it
will be:
W. G. Leo; of tits taeJa
President TbjasfJar Sboa, of
JravQaonaaaaativ aha JBpW
of tin
of
aw firesnen: PreoiooBt T. XL HEon set-tec
bum Witts, Isglslnslis aojOBt of vat. " aeUltoa atottoa art tmt mM
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B7 TAB.
CBJOAGO. Oct. . -Mrs. 0Learya
cow gave Chkaffo He first ktofc, bat
was osny a nvi cap to
Pat Muw dM to it
The joint la stmaly aa treat the
aeefc up today.
Vaa Wlady Cttr !
Attbte have
oat
three
awr
iHrM
Boa OoWar taalata Tiiiaan Jm't
aaaart. Ha aaya aaatjpa0at Ihmw
rao te taa anat aintlaaahn ftwall
ptarars do tka faaaaall tatac fm. ta
bo aaart aadotaUaa way
Ptayara. wttk alaaty f
brawa aad BtUo arala, eaa't yarfocat
om a oa ftaMU
Xofaio aroh
tec'Uttors la
aT ata4 bat
tin tha world
Wt
.a tar
JU1 or wMeh oaoa to rava tkat the
Doararoaa Oaa VoOrows at tho -
Charlia aajw la a world's
Honorary Degrees Among STATE
Inexpensive Tokens Given
mm
President, Says Ti
ty
Gift received by jthe Pretidwit tad Mrs. "Wilioai whik
they wire on their two trixp: in Europe are itemiied in a
statement given out today ty Jdeeph P. Tmnnlfy, aeoretary
to the President, in refotetloa of report and a)Mertioni of
Senators and Congremcoea. that the total ralne of the prei
eats approiimii ''several million.' '
It is abo wn that the gifts have' pratioolty no ukrinsic
ia2e.
Tnmalty Iiitt Gifts.
t y Mr. Taaratty fl
to
iPW tai
VMWmi
MWMa oa la Wastara trip, ih
Tnutkmtx attoatlam wm oatted
tk rWoMtfaa of OoagrMaaM
burs- of IUtaois aad the atatoawata
of Soaaton Poarooe aad Saaraoaa la
rasard to gift rooolrod by tba Froot-
daat aad Xca Wllaoa while tbay aero j
ta
ladieattd tba
of
1 tuu
Tha flrat bio toaaa bofora
tforaaoo wlU bo taat of opwt
oaait la tooorttd today tbat
wtll ladot upon apaa eovo-
ita. opoaly arrtrad at" If ater-
tons are laoMtod apoa.
aeeordlMC to roports. tha labor dalo
gavdoa my withdraw froa tb awt
Baa wlthoat further dolaa
Praaidant Bart M. JawaU, of tba
aaUway employM flimifaiiHt. of tbo
i.f. o(L, alao has dielOaSfa aaaoat
tba iarttattaa to be & dolegMO afala
Baberta said.
Msa. CaCt
Carrto Chapmaa
daat of tbo Wataaaal
Aoaatftioa. to amy
to ft tba oc
of "awovtaaa
Mia UUlaa Wald, Mow Tork aaatal
werkor aad writer, waa aanad ta
Mra. Catf a plaoa.
Ponrteoa railroad vatoas ooaafdor-
withdrawtaor from tho eoafaroaoo
so affOrt wm iaad to moot
Aolr prapaaal that tba ooBforaaca bo
aalarsrad to lneludo oa raproaoata
trrofroai aaeh aatloaal aad latoraa-
tlaaal aaiam.
Bgaata nr now bala- made to per
auada tm adaatafatratloa to have tbo
proooat aaaiaraaoo aoaroly a proUail
Laary to 'a aarlaao.1 ladaatrial eoa
STeaa, wttk faa air Inmdrod to oae
thousand aaaavaaos, n which every
labor ualoa 1a tbo eouatry can bo
roprasoatod, aad alao a largo aaatber
af iadividual asaaafauttti si s who bow
have ao voioa la tba aoaf oroaos.
Administration ofaelais aro stiU at
soa as to who shall bo dostauatod as
ponaaaoat cbatrasaa af tho ooafor
eaes. The aanMS af aBraaal Baraefc
aad SocrotaVy of tbo Interior IJaao
aro thoss most froauaatly atsatioaos.
It Is ausoosted ia sosso quarters that
tao oaialoyors' group wfll propose
tbat Mr. Ooaipers bo aua. oboanaaa,
(Cautlauod on Pago S, Colaia 1.)
Tha4jaaft a kaelc
loftlr u kM-h
watkoo; lbto a aoor ta tha darfc
If Cioorte
bo artght bar woa Baturdays
pttahor
His loft paw was tho
"errors tbat loot tho game.
of two
The bard-botoed
to CmrtaadU.
With throo
tbay are still
taaiiaunaua iiariss xoueanurifm
tbftTbMtei Jftat ba jsjaC JMfJhbbJkiOpaWaM
iBlUlii I aj Saall aas aaoji ipuiii
at paax aunoa oaaars . aaav
JP'SJBBPjSPB aPawsBySjBJOC avsVaa aVvPoPOa pBPB
that tbAPreoidoaaal party aVaaerat
tbo bolt;
paaavj aa baffclh
Wilyliiaa slali
akor says Clootte's arat was
oaublat was the baok of
Tat Otaaoaa. seat him ia
-Whore Qleasoa pets this issrldet
scac m a mystery to looal I aas.
Poor old Uncle Tom Pefeek is tho
goat- of the pastiaie. He'ku had to
sacriAoe Ave Mates already.
If Hap eoalda't break aa egg with
tbo old willow we might be able to
aaalyae the dope, but as a real old
seeker be eaa't get the sacrifice thing
and neither, can the fans.
A prominent New York broker
wired Joe Heiman, the Cincinnati ball
bound, telling him that there are still
twenty thousand berries loose to bet
that the Sox will boat the Reds.
girts1
ator
od
back o this eouatry presents from
aiawnad beads and foreiga govern-
bwats asaounting to several million I
dollars.'
"Hero aro tho foots:
"Outside of a consMeraWo number
of small gifts, such as books, walk
ing sticks, an old silver dish found
la the ruins of LouTafn, war souveairs
made by soldiers or out of war mate?
rial, aad numerous medals struck off
m bis, honor, the following are the
only Important gifts received, by the
President la Europe:
Ia Baglaaa.
'Photograph of the King and. Quaea
af Baglaad.
"A book relating to Windsor Castle.
"The freedom of the City of London,
presented in a gold casket, by the
Lord Mayor at Guild Hall.
"A broaaa Ogaro presented by a
oor oc aauaeata.
'The President also received numer
ous boaorasy d ogress from nearly all
of tbo countries of Barope, aad many
resolutions ot.raapcct aad gratltudo.
-Mowing taat there is a aoastttu
tioaal labibltiod aoaJnst the President
reoeivia- gifu frab foreiga raters
or Btataa. tbo Paaaaoat, Otter con
4ao:,bo aacratar&of Btate, was
priiilitOmai Jiaj of
sadodwa ask tho ormiaataa atn
to ratala. Jdbt jaaSHs bal jr.
, i. f Pa apaafiBPflJ"'pBBBJ
"la ililSBm Imt tmaaaats Peaatvad
by Ok Ptea4eaaa tboTaHawJn take as 1
were praSaatod to MrtfCTllsoa while
she was la Buropo:
Ia Italy.
. "A water color picture, on broaxe
easel, presented by the Queen of Italy.
"A bronse figure presented at the
Capitol ia Rome (a gift from the
people).
"A figure of 'Italia Victoria.' sent to
the train at Genoa, either by, a school
or by the citizens of Genoa.'
"A. sot of books from the citizens
of Genoa.
"A mosaic, presented by the Pope.
In F.
"A pin af Parisian oaamel
diamond chips, presented ia
V11U av taa Oitv of Paris.
"Linen baad-embraldorod lunok sat
(small ateth aad doses aapkinsr ta a
case, praoonted tnrouga M&oame
Poincare aad Madame Pkhoa by the
working women of Prance. :
Ia Belgium
"A small medal by Cardinal Mer-oier.
"A Belgian lace table cover, pre
sented by the Queen.
"A complete file of the wLtbre Bel
giue" (the paper published during
the German occupation), pros sated,
by the King, in leather folder.
Ia Italy. '
"A reproduction of the "Wolf and
Romulus and Remus," la gold, pre
sented by the people through private
subscription.
"A piece of lace in leather ease, pre
sented by Signer Orlando in behalf of
his 'colleagues.'
"A small reproduction in silver of
a plteber fsund ia the ruins of
Pompeii.
"Ia making this statement I am
aetinr uaoB the express direction of
I the President and Mrs. Wilson."
QUELL SMI
GARY RIOTS IN
SHORT ORCER
G.0.P.CUUMS
ONEMY
FOR JOHNSON
AMENDMENT
aai i aoaa n
Joe
yet.
basa't got the thing covered
Those Red rooters are sure a bunch
of spendthrifts.
You tell them they are.
Keeping TJp WUh
The Tiroes
A FACT A DAY
A prechctiam:
Ta noxt asitwaitay d
vatoameat ia aawapapoc ad
Yrtiaiac will be that of the
cMtPcn.
Maotfsc the spirit af tae
the New York
n of tie Proaay-
is aaad-
Jac to tta aasaaaar dmrekas
a saoklet am tba oobjaet
way , sad toBloc aW
nsathoda aasr
aiviwip v tv
"aBaB uSBBsaaaajsjaBBB JBj5
Tba daorek aaaoia a-
Jlmmy Ring, the new1 hero, got the
gate from C. Bbbets, ef Brooklyn, and
bad the skids under him here a few
Weeks ago.
He gat the gate ia Brooklyn
will grab the gate receipts here.
aad
Uncle Tom Felseh got his .first hit
of the series Saturday.
He reminds
Be only bits
whoa he hits be hits.
one of Frank Moras,
once ia a while, but
ALBERT'S MUSTACHE
IS PULLED BY BABY
King of the Belgians Kisses
First American Infant
at Niagara Falls.
fcaaaaVa
tW world
aaWtt-
ia fa Hm aaat way to raaea
afl
YOtrm NEAR DEATH
mm to school
Takes. Air Rote to College,
aad Plane Jnst Misses
Tree in Fog.
BQHJHAMTOK, X. T., Oct. S. Mrs.
Seymour B. J. Co, bar son Seymour,
Jr., aad Pilot Black, who are journey
ing by sirptaae from Houston, Tex.,
to Hlghlaad aa the-Husssn, where the
ted la to eater sahoal, narrowly es
caped death Saturday whoa the piano
waa test for a time ia the dense fog
near Tuxedo. Orange county.
Tha Ourtte Oriole was brought
close to tha earth, so that the occu
pants oouid got their bearings, and
test graced a tree oa a hilltop. It
waa necessary to shoot up rtx thou-
feot to got above the fog.
rAdVt,
EKSaXS
lyeufeeL
NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y.. Oct. 8. An
airplane flight over Buffalo by King
Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Bel
gium was abandoned today because
of rainy and threatening weather.
The royal visitors arrived here at
1:30 a. m. from Boston.
At the station King Albert kissed
his first American baby. It was H. A.
Stone. Jr., twelve weeks old son of
a New York Central freight agent
aere. Tae aaoy pulled the King's
mustache.
It is -expected the royal party will
get a view af the falls from the Can
adian side.
King Albert got his first view of
Niagara's cataracts from Luna point.
The King and Queen scarcely waited
for the automobile to stop before they
alighted and rushed to the railing
along the river bank.
The Queen was excited. "It's won
derful," the King exclaimed, as he
gazed at the tumbling water.
Ia talking with the Belgian ambas
sador, King Albert said:
"Never say anything to me about
Boston aloofness. We Belgians kaew
better."
"GINGER ALE," SAYS
PASTOR; GETS RUM
Harder Than Ever to Bny
Soft Drinks in Saloon,
He Finds.
2,000 MINERS IN
JOHNSTOWN STRIKE
JOHNSTOWN, Pi, Oct Two
thousand miners employed by twenty
six independent companies in this
district west oa strike today because
the operators refused to slga the aew
wag
NEW YORK, Oct . Adventures of
a clergyman on a tour of the saloons
of the city, disguised by a pink neck
tie, were related yesterday by the
Rev. Dr. James Bmnringham. He is
an- Episcopal clergyman seeking a
substitute for the bar room, which
he says has been made worthless by
prohibition. He said that one result
of prohibition is increased difficulty
in getting a soft drink in a saloon.
He added:
"Under the protection of a pink
tie, I saunter through the double
swinging doors of Sixth avenue or
Hester street and ask for a ginger
ale or birch, as a preliminary mixing
la with the boys. But now I so lon
ger get the innocuous beverage for
which I calL
"The white aproned artist invar
iably construes my innocent request
for ginger ale as a euphonious cam
ouflage for something more puotent.
"Moreover, prohibition also has
changed the conversational atmos
phere of the saloon. In place of
baseball, the latest prize fight or
'the ponies,' the conversation now
generally takes a theological turn.
That is, the saloon frequenters spend
their time denouncing the church
and religion for having brought about
the condition or state of being of
prohibition.
"A clerical cellar can drive a 'tin
Lizzie forty miles aa hour aad grin
ning cops thiak It a Joke. But a
plak tie teaches humility."
GAinr, lad Oot
early today saoesadod ia
iag -faae aad jrtrike -riots waJan. kroke
out at mtorrala doris m loot
tkirhj-six BOtt-rs. Poor coaaBOoriof
of IndSoaa militia rardad atseots
leading to too stool plants. 4Vtt
tioaal raerd troops wore hold ht xe-
serre at Boat uwea-go, wuere jobj.
Gn. Harry B. Sadom levfe eoanaasaj.
Ajnttorxy Frost Baaior.
Adsutsjht Ocaafal Smith aOaoaaeeS
he iaMthatx ? J-j treaty.
BaietewaaMAr tasM eamyf ?
aipr guard TO mteblr
aaad rasmlar uns aahtbrfa of
fPburth. Striate are bald hi re
at Port Sharidaa far strike duty.
The first troops arrived in Oary
shortly after midalcht. They war
sent by General Smith oa reoueat of
Mayor Hodges. The Mayor reported
that looal avthoritlee could ao longer
weattel tb4 situation, whea great
crowds ef-atrlko sympatSlaars gath
ered befaaa the gates of tha American
Sheet antHTla Plate Company aad tba
Oarv works of the IlliaOM Stool Co
Polioe kent mobs from storm,
the rates until arrival of the
Shortly after the troops arri
crowds dispersed.
The trooDS. ab at tali on of the
and regiment of Indiana reserve mH
itla aad a company of the first rsgi
ment. detrained near the Gary works.
Led by Major Lauden Harriman, pas
tor of the Second Presbyterian Church
of Indianapolis, the sajdicrs marched
Harriman reported tt OhW Porbls.
A large crowd foltewed the troops
to the station, but these was no dem
onstration or disorder
Feared Plot To Storm Want.
The soldiers were distributed at
strategic points to guard against re
ported plots to storm the steel plants
and drag out strikebreakers at work
within.
Bleven arrests were made during
the fight following outbreaks In four
sections of the city. One man, Clem
Dimlff, said to be a boss In the Gary
mills, was probably fatally shot. Sev
eral others were Injured. Autos, car
rying sixteen police, were fired at
from the sidewalks. Troops were
also on guard along streets leading
in the Inland Steel Company's plant
at Indiana Harbor.
Adjutant General Smith stated that
If there are any further outbreaks he
will declare martial law in the en
tire Calumet steel district. He said
he had a proclamation signed by Gov
ernor Goodrich and the Secretary of
State proclaiming martial law so
that he could make it effective at any
tie he thought It necessary.
GARY ATTACKED BY
RABBI IN SERMON
Rev. Mr. Wise Sajs Steel
Magnate and Associates Are
Bolshevism Breeders.
When the
had a attjoatayau' os for the
tea. a&tesjeaaosjg -st xbb?poooo
aad toe Umfced aBhses acta
of 'NatJom.
IV
BBBSy
with floa
stent He daBatns Be certant that
a lusjrwJU of 0 Seogosts wit
take ay actio -that woojd aft! tho
PaTV'lIaCI
rtlVBaJTJ
RETIR,
SAYSmLETTN
After a
at too
ha W
Cary T. Ctajaaav Do. Ssaf-
Sktfceft
ttva to the Aaoaaoat.
illliililliiiitJaBBaarav.
ktHw
M yes
Bo had a
XrTrTDf,
EXECUTIVE
m
REM
M, SAYS
DR.QWYSON
' liJMatalafaaWoW
naLs!afflrfrftt iw,t """ i-.;
mmm
OFISIFEi
tsaoaa to improve, ooooeaaBC to Br.
Gary T. Orayaoo a emlteta iaooad at
11 : o'clock this aaoraiac
The-text of tho statjeaoBt loalewo:
"After a eonsaltacloa this
at the Watt Hoaaa. vh
in by Rear Aoaatral Cary
Ormyaoa. Dr Tin Baa, of
and Admiral sjtftt. tho foUowie
to tie
V r a 1 w - ,
n do abt baitevo she fflaibs oP-eha
fbaswent wiU have aab aarflttaa afreet
ha the Antgofa for rattaaatsap of tha
treaty, since wa ahMrfVOr hava
straight fightiav ahead far the aaat
two or three weeks."
He felt confident tha Bxecathra
would be able, by tha time tha roaar-
vatleaf were reached, to give bis ad
vtea, pt least
I r-inr. tPiiuafii kSStJS!!
m. Jamrsrav a09a0aaY!BisaaaEaVaBasa0sfea ' fBP
f " inssai, Bang.
Mlataattjr Soa a. 1miIi Tfaihai I I
um 1 1 l mr - 1 1 1 1 viv AVOTwaeBiaBs aaaaam
Praahtaat awoke
fipr m.
twaaty-oaa, was shot
kllte lata hut aaght by bis
la-tew. Bbjrhort Dfaooa. at tbetr
la Qreatar Capitol
oaroaer's teJry
after bearteer STideaai la tha
this msrtitag. Tha tejry returns
verdict of -death by aeeMeatal
Baaahte, Ma. A
retumad to the home f hie
r at 11 ccmck tasa ntgac ww-
Lodge ameadmeat.
nsmle privileges
peafaaala to CMaat.
arrisuc than to Jaaaa. aa
aroirfsa. wilt a nuv4 far eamfafaBmaBPAtt deora. locked, ha called to hm
ttoa today,, with the MaaaachasetfamamBBf who was aateea to oae Of the
Oaaator Inadlu- ta daaata. l.CTrrBBBJ the seeoad near. She threw
t Is expeated to be reached to down a key aad be eaparaa tae
e to a vote by Thursday at the wmb- "wi.
latest.
After that cesses the Moses amead
meat, to provide that Great Britain,
with Its dominions and colonies, shall
(Continued oa Page 14, Column 3.)
COUNTY OPHON FOR
ULSTERLSRUMORED
Captain Guest, Liberal, Who
Wed an American, May
Be Governor,
to
LONDON, Oct . In circles close
the cabinet It Is expected a aew
government qualified by county op
tica will soon be inaugurated la
Ulster.
Rumor has it that Capt Pred Guest
the chief Liberal whip in the House of
Commons and a brother of Lord Wlm
borne, may be the first governor
general.
Captain Guest in 1005 married Amy.
daughter of Henry Phipps, of New
Tork.
Some time later Beaaeoc weat dowa-
stairs again aad ladteatioaa ate that
be prepared himself somethteg to eat
aad read for a time. Meanwhile, his
sister, who had' doeed eat te
waa awakeaed by aolae
from the .kitchen.
at
MORS YAWKS BACK PBOX SIBERIA
SAN "FRANCISCO, Oct 6. Another
contingent of American troops from
the Siberian battlefields landed here,
whea frt soldiers left the transport
Thomas,
NEW YORK, Oct 6. Rabbi Stephen
S. Wise, of the free synagogue, who
bitterly attacked Elbert H. Gary and
other associates In the United States
Steel Corporation as "among the most
prolific breeders of bolshevlsm" dur
ing the course of two sermons on the
steel strike on Sunday, declared to
day that if necessary, he is ready to
go to Pittsburgh and deliver the same
address.
After condemning the "industrial
serfdom of the steel and iron work
ers," Rabbi Wise declared that the
situation has developed Into a con
flict between the eighteenth aad
twentieth centuries.
"The eighteenth century is going to
lose," said the clergyman. . ,
Dr. Wise charged that the officials
of the Steel Corporation had "cot
aacklzed and terrorized the workers
through coercion and vlolenoe."
He wound up by saying: "If I am
libeling they have redress and know
where to find me,
MAYBOOSTPRICEOF
MEATTO CUT COST
OFFERTILIZER
Optometrist, 3X Cetorade BMgvs-AdrU
II
Increased prices of moats to
the consumer may follow a moot
ing today between representa
tives of the packing and fertiliser
Industries with members of the
price fixing committee of the De
partment of Agriculture.
Wide reductions in the prices
of fertiliser, in some oases of
nearly 100 per cent, were pro
posed by the price fixing commit
tee to the representatives of the
industries. The Department of
Agriculture has authority to put
sack reductions, into effect under
war legislation, and it was evi
dent today that the reductions
would be carried out
Since fertilizers are byproducts
of the packing industry, it was
considered possible that prices of
moats might be boosted to ab
sorb the price reductions in fertiliser.
She awakeaed her husband aad be
started downstairs armed with a shot
gua. At that momeat the suppose
Intruder waa heard coming up the
stair. His shadow, silhouetted
against the scant light was barely
distinguishable.
"Halt! Stop right where yea aref
Who are you V Dixea cried.
Whea he received ae answer aad
saw the maa move to one sMe, he
fired. The charge from the shetgaa
eaaght Beanex full la the face aad. be
fell dowa the stairs.
Waiting tor some time aad after
lighting the lights, Dixon descended
the stolrs. He feuad the body lytag
face downward. Due to the mangled
condition ef the face, it waa net for
several minutes that he discovered
the identity of his victim. Mrs.
Dixon, learning of the tragedy, be
came hysterical and is in a serious
condition today.
Watched the Bargain.
The shooting was indirectly the
outcome of the activity of burglars
who oa two occasions within the last
two weeks have attempted to break
lato the store operated by Dixea aad
adjoining the residence.
Dixon had been en watch "fof sev
eral nights, aad thsi accounts for hU
ready use of the shot gun, he 'told
the jury.
The
after .a atsjht af
Or. Oiassua stated informally
sJbxht teprovaaaeat waa
me aaao tee PseaMeot
be reattve and la eager to get
$. Pstsalislisa for this Ja
to he grrea by the doctors, it
eafet wfll
to aa
the ssOstos of
ats three
Wtlsoa. Mta. WlBttasa O
sua, yisnals B. aeane. ohee with
ac a usee, at latei !
'"as that tae
cvnMe. aaa mot aeem saute! in is
there extresne nsasei isllsm i
ioae o steiesnaals ad fia , i
m . m " " T
uraysea. tae prssSiaars
to the belief that tha
waa act great.
Oraysea rsa dated
as was sot yet ready ta
the PresMeat's tura far aha
aeciatve, aitacugh his cesM
caldered better thaa as
aw iiiansi
Ittoa aaas
a restful
waittoraidsull
WHEN HYMN IS SUNG
Enoxriiie Polioe Wouldn't
Disturb Serrioe ia
Nearby Church.
. A
KNOXYILLB. Teaa., Oct
twentyflve-galloa still with
plete outfit was located this moralag
by Sheriff W. T. Cate and Deputy J.
H. Remine almost under the eavea of
the Broadway Baptist Church. It waa
found in a small buttdtag formerly
used as a grocery store by its owner.
W. R. Carter, but bow the pluaebmg
establish meat ef George Deariag. tor
whom warrants were secured.
Services were inprogrese at the
ehureh, and because they found the
noise of breaking into the buiMtag
wauM disturb thmn. tha atiuM mlt.
.. - ... -- .v., w..-w mmmrmm TVWHr
lied until the eaagregattea began
fi
lac befors thejr tesaa tax raid
Last night's etttetel
"The PreaMaat had
fairly cemtectebte day."
Heat of the past three daya
teg all records for tweaty-twa1
ror tais seasoa of the year a
lagtoa waa not a good thenar ta tha
jToswsat it waa Menu
day afternoon stisasd to
bat taat night be showed e Bt jaV
feete from It. aad showers dawtear 4a
night proved refreafcfag. " --The
PreeMaat doaed durtear tbo ahoy.
was cheerful aad evinced a Ueery ia
torsat la GoveraaMat metis is. 1
waa with dttficalty that has
ante were able to guide hat
late other eJtaaaels la
wica tae piaa of nomplele rest
Svpptemeatteg the
K waa said laforasaBy teat Bight that
tae resioeat was aaoat tha anas
as la the moralag.
It became iacreaateghr assaaaaat to
day from the irtntimiato adr thsss
about the Preaideat that Ida imsaun
meat will be a alow lrosSss aadj that
tae reautiaiag of bis aerves
caa onty ae accompiiaaea ay a
traetea rest. Dr. Orayaea
ciiaes to aaaard a gex
tae fTssweat wlH be ruasiil te stay
away from his desk aad p stated oat
taat ia masse sa af this aatare
resa is necessarily stow.
Posm a
Dr. Graysca, It waa
that his patient baa
roes toward reeMMrerv
wa as) v awa aa a ws"u ana j
eaa be meiatataed. At
be is act williag to
etaae a resaaee uae taar '
eurred whea It waa
deat la a very sick
la obviously n
careful watch agates
eaaage for the worse.
Under a
sea ghre his
Preeidwat to take a aaant tat
rouaa taaw ladaatrtei
which opeas
much la the Prssideatfa
it as la eoaaecttea with tt
wished yesterday to call as
peers for alctettea.
tteaa about the
asattors la
of his
IsaraauL feeas
aad haateaaaK
s'vnt
ooafereatoa haa aaas
taeaaTBteaa
ICaadiajias ssujneBpsVJaBaaaaaaaL ;

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