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IN AUTO CRASH
Hefts of Dry Leader Also Slain When Freight Hits " - Automobile. DENNISON. Ohio, Aug. 2.-Former Governor J. Frank Manly of Indiana, sad last candidate of the Prohibi tienists for President, was one of an auto party killed near here yesterday when their car was struck by a Penn sylvania freight engine. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker, of Kilgoe. Ohio, were the other occupnts of the ill fated machine. All three suffered fractured skulls and crushed bodies, and none recov ered consciousness after being brought to a local hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Baker had met Hanly In Dennison yesterday and were driv ing him to their home In Kilgore, twenty miles from here. The automobile drove across the Pennsylvania tracks back of one freight train and directly in front of another. The automobile was struck squarely. Hani ywas en route ti Carrollton, where he was to have delivered an ad dress today. He had intended upend ing the day with the Bakers at their home in Kilgore. The chief of police here has notified relatives of Mr. Hanly in Indianapolis and it is expected the body will be shipped there. NORN IN LOG CABIN. Former Governor Hanly was born April 4, 1863. in a log cabin in Cham paign county, 111. He secured his education by working his way through the EIstern Illinois Normal - School at Danville, 1ii. He taught school for several years following his graduation, and studied law dur.ng his spare time. In 1.99 he was admitted to the War ren county (Indiana) bar and began the practice of law at Williamsport. Ind. A year later he was noninated and elected to the Indiana State sen ate, where he at once tack a front rank as a debater and forceful legis lstor. In 1894 he was nominated by r the Republicans of the Ninth Indiana district for Congress and was 4 lected by a majority of more tha- 5,000. In the fall of IOd he moved to Lafay ette, Ind., where he formed a partner :,hip in the practice of law with State Senator Will It. Wood. A year later he was a candidate for United States Senator on the Republican ticket against Senator Albert Beveridge, but lost the nomination in the Repub lican caucus by a few votes. In August, 1903. Hanly decided to become a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for governor. When the convention met he was nominate] unanimously on the second ballot. He was elected in 1904 by al.nost 85.000 plurality, the largest cvrr given a gubernatorial candidate by either party in Indiana. FORMED PLrIN,'SQUADRON. When his term of governor expired in 1909, he became an active worker in the prohibition cause and for the following five years toured the coun try at ,he head of a body of prohibi tion lecturers known as the "flying squadron." In June. 1915. the "Fly ing Squadron Foundation" was in corporated with Hanly at its head and through it he has since directed the prohibition fight. In 1916 he was the unsuccessful candidate of the Prohibition party for President. He was active in the pro hibition fight in Ohio and in various parts of the country where attempts were made to have the present prohi bition law declared unconstitutional. He was the publisher of two papers In Indianapolis. the National Inquirer, a weekly paper, which he founded in 1915, and the Indianapolis Com mercial, a daily paper. He represented the drys before the United States Supreme Court in the Ohio cases in which the constitu tionality of the national prohibition amendment was sustained as well as the validity of the Volstead act for its enforcement. H. W. TOPHAM, 1339 F Street Trunks and Traveling Goods Three-Day Special All Silk Bags Below Cost: %/ Original Price Wardrobe Trunks Three-ply veneer, two-ply hard fiber, shoe pockets, laundry bag and cretonne lined. Full size. Was $ 77 $.0, at .... M/ size. Was $33.50 $37.56 at .... Steamer. Was $ 85 $33,0, at ..... 36-inch F ber Dress Trunk. ....0* $22.50 Fiber S te a mer. .M-Inch; five-ply full riveted .....$8.0 CowhIde Bag. $6.25 Special ..... Double stitched, sewed corners; e xc ell e nt trim. mings. 37.50 Suit Ca. Finest qualit. .. .13.73 SuIt Case. Orained cowhide' $12.25 short straps .. 13% 06 All Brief Cases. We carry a full line of Mlartman and Indestructo Wardrobe and General Utlitv Troiks. J FRANK HANLY. forier ' eraer of ladiana and aaI aL for Presidst on Lhe Prekibites ticket is 1916, who was killed no a Dean . ObI, esterday, when the automOehle Inwhich he was riding was struck by a Pennsylvaal freight. CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW PLANNED BY FLORISTS Waushington is to be host this fall to olne of the largest floral organiza tions in the country when the Chrys anthemum Society of Americ comes here for its annual convention No vember 10 to 14. District florists have chosen this time for their yearly "Say It With F'lowers' week, which this season is to t'ike t1., form of a Chrysanthemum show t-, be known as the National Capital Clhrysanthe mum Show. Organization of the latter WAs com pleted last week, and Fred 11. Kramer has been designated general chairman in charge of entertaining the Chrys anthemum Society. as well as promot Ing the show. Exhibits in the show will he from all sections of the United States. One of the particular local appeals will be a fern-growing contest for Washing ton school children, the plants to be petted and started by local florists. The committees appointed by ('hair man Cramer are: Lloyd Jenkins. finance; W. F. Gude hospitality; 0. A. C. Oehmiler. supervisor of e xhibitions: .1. Harper Ketherington. program and tickets; A. Gide. judges and awards; George C. Schaffer. entertainment; G. E. Anderson, private gardener's ex hibits. and Z. P. Blackistane. pub licity. A. E. Gitde is treasurer fir the chrysanthemum show, and George V. Schultz is secretary.. Mr. Blackistone is vice chairman. Other members of the executive committee are Jare V. Janek and Geor;P: N. Prokas. Details of S The earned beef, corned and reast beef are packed one and two pound cans-es pound eaws. The bacon is I twelve ponnd ran*. Prices f. o. b. store pet lows, sub etto the mre for quan ty perchase CORNED BEEF N.. 2 cans........00.1%4 No. S cans......... .40 1 lb. emne..........35 * lb. sass.........1.40 BACON '3 lb. eans.......2.815 Crates (appres. 100 lbs.) la slabs ..........00.1, ROAST BEEF Ne. 1 cas..........0.13 No. 3 cas...... 1 tb. cas.......... . I 2 lb. eass............ .3 0 lb. ease.............00 ICORNED BEEF MA 1 lb. ens...........0.22 3 lb. cas............03 l'ABE 0F D)I8COUNTS F01 TITY PLRCIIASFN Mi AT ONE TiME? 5250 te 51.000-ea 1.001 to 2.500-- 39 2,801 to 8.000-- 49 8.001 to 10.000- fl 10.001 to 25.000-109 31.001 to 5e.000--1 0 0.001 to 1oe.o00-189 200.001 asd ever-209 T3W M5: Ten per- coat WIl Remalader upon receipt of ni that shipment is ready te se No special order bleak istoes order for lees thea 050 soeast The tievernmlent reervs the deliver mes appreaimatimg Shb erdered if far ar rease. it eo liver the order oompiete. All goeds oefered mubJeot te p Prices are ebjoet to bhasgo WI tite. Order at ems.. "Bugs" Baer King of "Nat" Writers. About Mr. Bryan By "BUGS" DAEa. "N.dst" of the "NtU Writur., BILL BRYAN has turned down the Prohibition nomination flatter than the stuff as wants us to drink. WM. gave us the party and now he refuses to go to it. A PLEBISCITE of birthday, sur pris and block parties Indi cates that this is the first time that the guest of honor didn't go to his own party. B ILL is A. W. . L Bill claims as precedent the Book of Genesis. and states that Adam bolted the Eden convention on the fifty-seventh ballot. But Adam wasn't absent without -leave. History says he wore at least one. BRYAN, is the stepfather of Pro hibition, and it seems strange that he should refuse a plt'h Just when he has the persimmon in his grasp. BUT what is a nomination to a ian who hops from nomina tion to nomination like an egg shaped cue ball on a country bil liard table? BILL has his trophy room (logged with antlers of nominations which he gunned during the good old days when Dlemocrats roamed the office prairies in countless herds and nominations were passed from mitt to mitt like rain checks after the fifth inning. WHY should a man who has been voted against by the best peo ple in the restricted suburbs ac cept a nomination which phonett cally spells sure defeat? That would be no novelty to Jennings. BILL is acclimated to defeat. But he likes it with a slow fuse. HE doesn't mind being in the old sack, provided they only sew up the top and leave the bottom open. The old frontier blockhouses had loopholes in 'em for shooting. but political blockhouses use the loopholes for exits. A LTHOUGH he can spot a rain bow In a glass of pump juice. where another guy can only pipe a germ, although he uses grape where another yam demands can ister. although he gets bright and shiny on the stuff that rusts and corrodes. Bill sees no nutrition in the Prohibaition nomination. A GUY can give away something he hasn't got, but the bird who receives it won't get it. That's tough to figure out, but it means that Bill knew any Prohibi tion nomination was like a plus check drawn on a minus balance. THE old boy doesn't believe in putting all his bad eggs in, one basket. UNLIKE his Illustrious predecessor. Bill knows better than to fish for whales in a bucket. ae~ reef hash] slsI FOOl mainly in me Is six kedI MILLIO tt as fol - ---"e The s.. Roast Beef .. eec ,.. How the Public Has The American Pablic has I e- at this epportunity to save per ma of theusands of dollars. TI per c Director of Sales has rec e." .f telegrams and letters fr of many cities, the preside, SH detrial sorsorations, the 53C3 wholesale distributing esta partment stores, grocers, ev*A?- liens, and other fields of bu D3 for definite information reg of these meats. The sale ef those meats--tl Wle, the most autritious and fully packed canned meats i net only placed them upon of American tables, f lunceon, dinner, or suppe aided the Covernment in ii -h reduce the cost of living. t~md You will find at hotels and.e er.x ears, on housewives' orders . era, in the dining rooms el .ight Is homes, in picnic lunches, s meect paila, these Government< set de- You will find them a parn ers- Co to year deler -Go To4 Dealers can New York City, 401 8th Aie - oston, Army hupply Base Cheo 1819 W. 89th St. WARI SCANNE MNI look at Miss Polly Thayer's pretty face shows she thoroughly enjoys this new-fangled contraption. Miss Thayer is a Philadelphian. The picture shows her on the beach at Southampton. w p THREAT TO EMBROILAott anH ak MEXICO WITH CHINA, 0MntsAantRm Governor of Lower California Issues Cgrte n itl Warning to Provisional N IT Aa, ug-'.Bfr President.gon tohsdaho th glow MEXICO CITY. Aug. 2.-4 Eteha e o o h udr o Cantu, of Lower California, has tele- sre a odco w er graphed Provisional President De L&a gE arC Cld elan ro er ie arm sr an , iv re Huerta that he will not he retsponsi- -mnt tak oacr dof :M ble for any occurrences which result pesn. lewr d agi t th If troops are Pent against him. He efcso hsecgrte n ays International difficulties will 1m Pend if such action I taken. because a of the many foreigners In that piart a lecto vrcrfr.Aln of Mexico. Issue Catte ad Pis to If Governor Cantu ha sftummoned ,. tt t gallows 'hines to fght against the govern- sr o r tre aud e tf a nent, he will be considered a traitor. the cutionu t oye ar aecording to a statement issued at ine' Ivsiaii yteAtre ;n affice of Provisional President D~e La l of th Culdwel atno Huerta. The f trm e Seree d' cr ed Wu Yu-kan, President of tM Chi- thedt h vigrte and nese Fraternal Union, has writtla to car i wa r a nt e. . K. Fong. Chinese Charge d'Affaires (i Co wih r the o t a here, urging him to ask the Mexican ilt r idtio n. rfe A ng oreign offre and the hinese legi affr ts on in Washington. for protection for esiot. glw P resident Weu - sower California Chinese. who. h e noe ceainte d an a deelared, are menaced by tant o's re bellious plans." DAHTKSMRUS PROBING TEN STRIKES. OFQ U BRA Lahor adjustment officials at the oepartment of i-or have under con- L O N Arg. 2f the Marques te sideration ten strikes and fofty-eight a r 'ontroversies which have not reached eath r di t o nd th ent The strike stage, according to rs- tr le Cour t ch rld that it was forignoficean th Cinee egsSttegauremtut affmdtiss tion in Wash ~ ~ ~gingto.frpoetinfr d o. hi T nthe gallowt' rqus Lowr CliornA hinse.wh ,, eer for ted upnudr f a deflredr mrmarea by hge tt delav d r bloupln.DEATHTASMARQS PRBNG TECN STRIKE T AT BELOBW ARO-A l20-hnrnutjustmkntooafcrowd of the sidratontenstike~ ad lft-eghtQpens.ur i wed in aihnnshr contrverses wich ve ot rac an aluteAriaion over saiare Celn the tris stge, accrdin to so- the sexecu pt h f s tay a en ity to. r~ouncinvnstmgdeibn bhethe Attorney.Gdny _____________________________________________ra____ of_____ t____________'nit________d ___Stat _________._ O CNSOFMETeS upem BEOWr affrmEd-thA Va Dpatmntisofelin Tohe Amsientsricans - CornedeBeef- Cored Beef] prics een owe thnpe-wr qoton e.s'Te Marqes fa ~esoned:meu hndedsoftunds dwhd knJnew THE g.' itslf unded ANCANEDROSuTh BAFc, onl unasai a hesecn iounfcementhmae nyame unid hs a epartment Ca-ay.e or VadhrDedspaimnt was st ferigo heAmerican -mh Coyrsned eeof s-l Cond tBpieef at ries lreen gewertal wilhprewardqustandione dea-spited hefa coast f foodgtufra whapireaed isarlyoe 3w0o il she lietsde- armelling hdee mets th"ey are pe froE Te essy inuirip educeND CostE oS living onhy Arian hsecn tonmos p naam ooertil th the Gorveprtment inathi load or ct ted mostncre- movenwataed picous a i the Mo rld ha fe fts halM on foo cost I isd posi te ouags n enrlwl e rmnoandstheate est dala ersh mrabreaflast, Te whoarcate hois ae tohis oorwh shaven' theG rshmet, di . hars tuningwh tesfl adanThyae pror- he m h oes, capinto gne ra publicvic an cooeaeg totheihoe nessvenqusring rhdcc the o vrnmT splbhe Amcicn toin the deal- thoe armrin over romuity wihrepesv nde strei thousandsof othse sales, rhut to ec theion elr ips of a odlh hi Sins dinneawi- tof utoldraluthte andoternqetinethd ad or cat tannedoats. Whatenc Ti themang tof other eale: asto qalt of theailyst, herouhou t h s-o hi ppr singlecan. lay As fo Gverti anihe MernmStat Nowppoiedu, byou theca toter d-thee at frmany fepot icer mas pner fotri Itned m a., rnflnc ind thMainUfote alsaltIoNul Atlanta, Ga. Tanromdg MUNIIN! Ian Francisco, Calif. fo AHN DEPARTMENT D MEAT SALE '*~ 1*1 arid iab~jr a the dt~us&6 tuna s !r+ toi tr l Ny e NW)O f utoIda," enys Babson. "The real which were once, held In the bhemeS RELIGIN r of o~ur faither.. To a very large extent RELIIONNF9 F cedit fur Imost or thec thingd ws this customi haw gone by. The omtemtt have to dui to somte human NOWi of famcily prnayer should be revivd." HOR; W ltt a bsolutely impss~ible Corm ally AUfD MIW I ldempr to develp the fu ndaORN ON TH U M ONNEDOF aihInusr. n.O f*rseiy fit nuty iegrit) and brotherly kindness-- with. Capital and Labor Troubles being succssfum BERLIN Aug 2.-No more chll. Subordinate, Says Boston etymwn of tipastor being the head furt. according to a decision of the techurch, soid a few good4 people Statistician. ulci voluntary work, there will be Midwives Association of Erfurt. BUTx. Aug. rItoger W Bab- ' ur or five churches of one denoani which pledges its members set t. Monl. Wellesley Hills statisticiac. ati on united und. cil, general raa- answer Sunday calls. would like to see a revival of the agcr. The churches will then be self- *It may be asumed that the a custorn of family prayers. upporting The days of beggig i socuio made previous arrange ihabson Is the first eauconmit to be over. ionce forward wkth the statement The uerd of the hour is not more meats with tht stork te proet that human scul constitute Arneri- legislation. 'rho need of the hour Is strike-breaking work on Sunday. cas greatest undeveloped resources. cure religion. sarcastically comments the B. %. a "Too much rdedit if m given both to tMuchh of theh prpgperity of iis nah- Mittag. Where Thrifty Hourewive fm ve Twenty Meat and Grocery Items at Low Prices for Tuesday and Wenesdy Selling Fine American Pure Cane Granulated SUGAR, lb.... 234 OLD DUTCH SPECIAL 35c CHOICE LEMONS, FEl ....... oe .. .. .....2 OUR SPECIAL MIXED D Lo m BUTTER, ibne 5 TEA, lb.f prop........5 y fath Ct in- l CHUM SALMON, 1C WILSON'S NUT BUTTER, 31 C Pe ca1.5c....... lb. ..................1 PINK SALMON, f FANCY SMOKED 8 TO 10 Prcan....................20c lb. HAMS, b ...............38c SARDINES,- - Oil or mustard, 1/4's .- Home Dred Native Steer "HOLLAND BELLE" 48c BEEF FLOUR, 6's and a f g "HOLLAND BELLE" la- BOILING F 16C urlour, e churc be ofon.dno . lo r 12 s. . .9 5lb. . . . . . . . . . . ..WH ITE HO USE CID ER CH UCK STEAK, VINEGAR,rn gal. glTe jug uC ilb .... . .................. DAVIS CIDER VINEGAR, CHUCK ROAST,30 .............................19c lb... .....".....3 I CRISCOIP HAMBURG STE.AK, 28c Per pound 27C lb.......................G dozen................. 51 Ioe-rse Fancy MilkFe PURE LARD, VA TA.,T Per pound .....EAL.........f' FANCY ESTeN SHORE .70Oc -xOLD DUTCH RAS "The.Loaf ...eed tn..... mPrubligon "To muh'tehtatvnboht BONHNEHDSBB1 drdnmeatl beebnotonbeundayffered Peop.lectrdingnefaitecystnhetloh hwhihhthledgeoodtswillbbe wholet tiers innewery cutyaytownlan ta"ld saylbehassumedtthatfthheas iniation manegetvithemaeither Gonterwment theectrkorothrough "icmophepooprsyeftisns of te Goernm ntg. ieWhereatsrpreferoblywinetraine lodlTseny Mpecal antGicy esa o rcsfrTedyadWdedyeln rinegranrecannPuarganepurcnases. SUGA Rver, or evn.thesmall UR RC SPEILMIE.5 Pverwl cc orders . . . . P.Te ere c d by the ..... . Govenetl orsurdion'o..... FLOURso me s .............. H n ondiio 1s .............. iNgdEGAings.gaes:g.. OERDIVISCIEOVNGR TONtD . . .. . . . . . . . .