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VOL xxvi ii NO au < PADUOAH KY SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 13 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
COUNTY CLERKS
WILL MEET HERE
DURING THE FAIR
Col Gus Singleton is Arrang
lug For Their Entertain
ment
Circuit Court Clerks Arc Also
Invited
1
1I I
VIM 1m CIVHV nivim TUII I
II II It t
The Kentucky County Court t
Clerk Miotfallon will hold Its aItj j
nuns HHMlteg In Iaduoah SepUmbor c
211 MM OK ber lwh1 h wW be dur
Ion tho fall fair Tho dates were I
hall agreed upon between Col Gus
IJ 1 fniMan eounly court olork win
extended lbe InvtUtlon for the aNO
elation ta rawt In 1adueoh and Pros
dmt K C eerilY or Hiluuathtown
end secretary Will T SllUf of Mnd 1
iHIVilr f
iftiuiiiB oKIfBfhlonwI Kentucky
hi rntait i wU be dtiK > n ed by Cott
nnaI k oft wlw I bat a reputnUo of l
IHIBH able to show the clerks a good d j
tmp i Tic etmH court otorks of the jj
it late bnv < > tHMW extended the In VitA I u
Im t to Join the county court clerk M
In the meeting And probably will ac
rciit DHrtttj the I os k > ni amOtiR theI
korin foatsir G wW be n boat rldo a
barbrrttr
barbrrttrK
K mrli K UM meotlns for Padueah
it a irdU U Colonel INegletoa an hoI I
ww able to fit > K the awoetatlon htt
wtU t Mr ponrI I f I In
meeting lest 1Mr by
iT
AFTER RECRUITS
IN THIS DISTRICT
JI
I
HUltOIUXT JOSHlll KltliSKV TO II
MAKK JOUIIMiV ili
aI
The Itinerary far gergeanl Joioph
IIItation I
station who U to travel through
ails of Kentucky Tonncssco Mis
noun and Illinois for tho remainder
of this year In search of good ma
t rlal for tile army has been com
pleted and ho will leave Monday on
onl
too first of his sorlM of Jaunta l M r
Ho will visit each town for three
days and will make weekly trips
bringing back recruits for enlist
ment here In this manner the
local oflleo will be able to enlist fine
mntorlM that could not bo obtained
otherwise following Is the coin ph
plcte Itinerary East Prairie Mo1 bo
August 15 1C I 17 Slkoston Moll Id
August 22 S5 24 Dawson Springs1
Ky August JD 3031 Marlon III tu
September 6 G 7 Charleston tri
Mo September 12 13 H Dox III
lor Mo September 19 20 21 tho
Anna 111 Soptombor 2G 27 28Ift I
Paris Tcnn October 4 C 6 May > 1
held Ky 1 October 11 12 13 Gol Ac
rondn 111 October 18 1920 Mar1 1r
fay Ky i Octob0r 25 20 27 Prince j1
ton Ky I November 3 4 C Hontonl11 l
btI 1
Ky I Novombor 14 16 16 Vienna c I
HI November 21 22 23 vlcnlllc =
November 28 29 30 Metropolis
111 Dorombor C C 7 Hopklnsvlllo
Ky Docombor 12 13 14 Fulton
FY December 19 20 21 Dox
ter Ky I December 28 29 30
Another Hermit
William A Boyd 20 years old
who recently enlisted hero for sorv
ice In the Infantry will bo sent to
Jefferson Ilarrncks St Louis tomor
row for assignment Boyd halls
from Shady Grovo Ky 1 Sergeant
lllako has his oyo out for three pros
pective recruits who will bo pro
seated before Captain George W
Klrkpatrlck of Evnnsvlllo next
Wednesday night to bo passed upon
uponlW4
Toklo Piirtly KulinicrKnl + fa
Toklo Japan Aug 13lIuII sp
tlreds of persons havo been drowned di
and 2000000 In Japan aro facing tri
starvation as tho result of floods was
Tho waters aro still rising with os
alarming rapidity throughout the nt
empire Onotlilrd of Toklo is sub la
merged tho gl
mergedThieves
tu
tuThieves
1
In a long dlptanco tolophono moo
tango from Marshal Joe Shelby at La
Center ths morning Chief of Police
Singer was notified to keep a look
out for thieves who visited Kevll last
night A horso and buggy belonging
to I0 Stone and a largo number of
hams belonging to Julian Reoves
aro missing There Is no clew ta the
robbers
Judge Dean of Owensboro Chosen
by Second District Republicans
For Judge of the Court of Appeals s
Wins Over George Jolly on I
First Ballot Will Oppose
Judge Settle Who is Candi i
date For ReElection
LoUchfleld Ky 1 Aug 13 Sjicclal j
Judge Dean of Owonsboro was
nominated for Judgo of the court of
appeals by the Republicans of the
Second appellate district In conven
flea hero today Ho wan nominated
on the first ballot securing enough
unlBptructed votes to carry him
through
Among the candidates beforo tho
convention wore George W Jolly
and Judge Dean of Owonebaro JOIII
Hoavorun Judge Noe and Judge Gal I I
lousy
lowayTho
Tho Second appellate + district In
elude tho following vlxtcon ooun I
lion Alton Broeklnrldgo Butler Da I
visas Kdmonson 1 Grayson Hancock
ItqndttTJMjn logan MoLoan Mnado
Moiiroo j Ohio a m pw ii Todd I and I
Warren
It to now represented by Judge Set
lie the Domooratle candidate A L
AI I
targe part of the Third congressional 1 1
district HOB within Ito borders and
the Republican hope to itrongthon
the coRgroMloaal vote by thte nom
nation
GallonIHILSTitIANS I
1iI
PHDKHTRIAXK AXD WAGON I
tXlUIOK THIS IUItXIXI J
I
Mrs Sarah WJHJams of 419 South I I
thlllf I
fiiornhiff while orotrtag Ninth etreet I
front of her homo wan run over B
a Star bakery wagon driven by H 1 t t
Kljmn Sho was struck by tho t i
left roar wheel l nt such an angle that t I
MP was knocked to the street l Uio i
whorl 1 pnMklng over her logs shore the I
kooo Neither Mrs Williams nor I
the driver caw the other In limo to I
prevent the accident although Flynn I
jurkd the horses hand around pre I
venting the frorifwhMlP fronr strik I
ing Mrs Williams She wan ae lst Hl I
bur home and Dr M M Cooloy c
was called No hones were broken I E
and her condition if not serious J
Jt Jt
HUNT VIOLATED P
HIS KY PAROLE
Ia II I
MAY HH IIIIOUaiiT HACK TO ED
DYVILLE AXD TIIEX TUIHD 1
IIEHE S
Sb Sa
John Hunt now In Jail nt Mur M
phyalioro Ill on Iho charge of rob
bery and olloged murderer of un
identified victim of the Pool road t4 t
rllno bo back to Ken
crimp may brought IonII
lucky for a violation of his pl1rol1I j
from Iho Eddjwllio penitentiary j I
Hunt by looting tho state violated tt
law and can be returned to tho
Eddyvlllo penitentiary for three of
years on the charge of robbery
According to Attornsy David p
llrownfng the refjulsltlon papers arcel
hotel V6nn < tod and when ho IIIJ
briiURht bnok to Kentucky It 1111
Ifan ease motor to try him on tho gi
charge of murder II 1
3
WHO KNOWS
eChioC of Police Henry Sin
Bert has asked tho aid of the
old residents In Paducah In as
certaining If Mrs Mary Craig
wHo of George Craig died In
Paducah In 1861 or 1862 Ho
has received a letter from the
Soldiers Homo Hospital at La
fayette Ind which is trying to
establish tho fact of tho worn m
ans death necessary to estab I
lish a pension claim for the
widow of George Craig She Is
said to bo an aged and deserv
a ing woman lit 1 I Car Chief Sin
gory has been unable to find a
record of tho death
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PADUCAH DAIRIES
BEST IN KENTUCKY
KTATH IOOI EXIEUTS ADVISE I
COXSTHUUriOX OK CEXT1UL
1ilh1PfUilt lImmI I
ACtor n thorough Inspection of tho
dairies slaughter houses and res t
taurants Elinor Roberts and J W t
McKarltn state pure food Inspect I
ors loft Paducah today They havo c
weeksh
and have collected a wholesale sup
Iply of samples of foods sold In Pal
dueah nnd forwarded them to the
state experiment station at Lexlng
ton where they will bo analyzed c
They devoted particular attention tos
tbo dairies and tho slaughter hou8ellI
They recommended that a central i I
abbatolr bo erected In tho city amI i I I
Interested a number of butchers Int I
tho Idea They say that It would I
be a great saving to tho butchers
and the sale of the byproducts + o w I
lost would almost maintain tho ah
balolr They Bald tho Paducah
dairies arc a llttlo above the aver J
ago of the cities In Kentucky They
recommended that more stringent t j
tests bo mado of the milk sold as I
tile teat now required Is only for
the percentage of butter fat and II
water <
aterSull n
Suit Filed In Circuit Court
W A II and Bottlo Dunaway n
tiled suit against A L and M Er
Harper for 100 alleged to be duo > I
on a note j
jA II I
Bussoll filed suit against John DII t
IISleolo t
lb
an ostato and the execution of ap
bondII
0
MISS HUZAIlimi CHAIIAM
UKTUUXS FHOM COLLEGE
Miss Elizabeth Graham who IsI i I l >
toaolier of English In tho High school °
expected to return tonight from tl
loulsvlllo after h Visit to friends
Iwr Graham spent several e kllIt
this summer at tho Ashland College
Exprofculon Ashland 0 studying
Engllih and elocution under Dr By h
ron W King Last month she trot n
sled tome tlmo with n class of Pr fl
Kings and appeared at Chnutauquas c
lilts Graham filled a number of en tl
Igagotnonla herself and
gagomonU won favorable p
prow notices by her excellent work Ir j
Irh
Aulu t Trade V f
Better This year
PI
Bank clearings week 612980
Same week last year 677306
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Retail trade has continued this
week nt n rate that Is entirely satis
factory to the local merchants In
splto of tho fact that August Is tho
dullest month of tho year retail
trade Is bettor this month than It
last August Tho most Inter
InterIIostng
osting announcements In the busi
ness world woro tho erection ot two
largo tobacco factories which will
give Paducah tho prestige of being
tobacco center of western Ken
tuckyRailroads
Railroads report nn excellent roe
viva In freight business and both
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
turn for the past twentyfour
hours will bo found at the top
of the seventh column on page
pageM
r
linen entering Paducah aro taxed to
caro for tho freight business Natu
rally passenger trnfllo at this sea I
son of tho year Is nt Its height
liON J K HENDRICK
URGED TO BE CANDIDATE
0
Col John K Hendrlck Is still
noncommittal upon his candidacy
for the Democratic nomination for
governor of Kentucky Strong
pressure Is being brought to boar
upon Mr Hondrlck to enter the
race and assurances havo como L
from all over tho slate that his tl
strength Is Increasing Letters are g
greceived n
spreads Col Hondrlck has
stump V
ved n
l nl M
ter known over tho stalecl
I
1Mr L
tropolls neighborhood is in the city tl
on business I
a
H
11Jr < < r
Jr aro the parents of a fine dough b
ter born last nighta
Q
MILLION DOLLAR
SUIT VS ESTATE
OF I I Ge RAWN
Will be Filed by Illinois Gen
f
trot According fo Chic
ago Story
This it is Said Will Tie Up
Insurance
STATES ATTORNEY IS AOTIVK
Chicago hug 3Sult for ap
proxImately 10 0000 will be start t
ed against the Ira G Rawn estate by
the Illinois Central Railroad comI I
pang as a remit ot tho disclosures
made that the former president of I
the Monon held sock in the repair
companies which mulcted the rail I
road company out of 5000000 In
the senaatonal car repair graft
I
Tills announcement was made to j I
day by one of the high odlclals of tho I
Illinois Central following tho enter t
Ing of the court decree In Memphis I
awarding to the Illinois Central over 1
JSOOOOO which wag fraudulently col 1 I
looted by the Memphis Car company
It wan mown in the decree that I aIthe
G Raw who met a sudden deal h
rtiortJy after testifying that he held 1
no stock In tho repair company held
100 shares of stock In the Memphis
concernIt expected by Illinois Cenlr LIlied 1 I
officials that it will be shown In CuE I
lure car repair graft Inquiries that °
Mr Rawn bold Block In the majority
ot the five companies against whom
civil suite have been started While
settlements have been made with thoE
g
Bluo Island Rolling Mill nnd Car com J
pony and the Memphis Car company > t
Illinois Central attorneys maintain y t
that these settlements with the cor 1
oration do not relieve stockholders I
of liability t t
Ties lip HBWII Insurance <
At the conclusion of tho civil cult
jgalnut the repair company It is aaI I
farted thQ salt agaInst former preslI I I
lent Rawtt estate will bo filed alI
isj 1h
the Illinois statutes provide that each
tonsplrator Is liable In ouch ro j tt
uses for too full amount secure d t
from a corporation by fraudulent c
meanlIt j I
meansTho I11I1 I I
Tho threatened action by the llllj 1
nols Central officials It I0sald l alw 11J1re
result In tho tlelng UQ of the Rawn J
Muranco of 1160OOfl as well as the t
dlnxHfltlon of the Rawn estate The
latter was placed at 200S > 00 when
taken before tho probate court but I
the general belief Is that the former I
president of the Monon railroad loft
personal property exceeding J 1000
000
If Attorney Way man wishes to
prosecute wo will give him all tho
0t
assistance In our power said one of
the railroad attorneys but the rail X
road does not care to make tho fin t I
move
move115tynuut
Vnyiwm Makes Statement
States Attorney Wayraan said I
have turned over the Investigation 0
my assistant John A Barnes If he jf
finds that too evidence warrants pros n
ccutlon wo will ask Indictments by ti
tho September grand Jury If theh
provocation Is started In the raunlc tl
Ipal court some railroad officials who n
have personal knowledge of the hl
grafting must swear to tho informa l d
lionsI I ii
I do not know what tho railroad I bi
contemplates doing In the matter n I
but If a crime has been committed > ai
tho states attorneys office will do Ita I
8t
part In securing tho conviction of
those gullt >
LYON SAYS THAT
d
MURPHY IS LYING Ms
ItW ItI
Oil mst HE HAS STOKEN UNAD A
VISEDLY ABOUT INDIAN u
GRAFT CASE st
of
01al
Sulphur Okla Aug 13Cecll 1 v
Lyon of Texas on the stand before IJng I
tfia congressional committee Invcstl th
gating tho sale of Indian lands dog I
nles being interested In any indi tH <
vfdual contract held by McMurray
and said that when Congressman bo
Murphy of Missouri made thoI I I
charges in Washington ho wasI i I
cither Ignorant or dellboratoly lIedI I
Lyon said ho became Interested 1 In
the matter as a business man with gl
withj
Itho j
the I
law firm Ho told of Investlgat
Ing Indictments against the McMur a
1ay law Arm and of their dlamiseale i
not Interested in gl
but said ho was j
any present contract lla
y
Riot in Columbus in Which 11 omen
Are Shot Police Refuse to Man
Cars oi Columbus Traction Co
SfrikeBreakerl
Looking For StrikeBreaker
Supposed to be Quilly
Miners Agree to Support
Contention of Illinois Men
Columbus 0 Aug 13John 8
Drady a strike breaker Is being
sought as the man who shot and
rerolusly l woundded two women and
a girl during tho rioting last night
following a fight with a force of
oa I
onp on
thot
ouby rteIlly is the htQ
breaks and It la predicted the state
troops will bo recaled
Thlrtyflvo out of 140 members of
the night Columubs police force ofre
Irbelled tonight when called upon by
1Jlayor Marshall to board the street
Incars In an effort to catch persons
who have been attacking the cars
nightly with stones bricks and b rlII
ah lets Tho mutineers n
oCr
tho oldest and test known on the t I
force < were among the mutineers f I
When It was announced that tho po j
poI I
Hco would bo put on tho cars there
was widespread dissatisfaction Ina 1
Ithe department This reached lbe t
culmination at roll call as this even Ietho I I
Ing k
Illinois Miners Siip > ortc < l I
Indianapolis Aug 13 Unquallf j
lied support from Ohio miners ast
t t
wsthat
assured tho Illinois strikers by dolt I
atogale by Wra Green at today g 1
seselon of too miners convention I i
YGreen declared It is certain the th o I
Ohio miners will accept a generous s
assessment providing they were as I i I
surod their money would so to 1111 1 I I
thatr c
the Illinois situation bo taken up Ltex
Clio conventions clopo today met
with exception from President Low
Is The session probably will ex I
tend < into next ask Lewis do I
dared the strike situation In to bo > I
colitdered thoroughly The re I
ports of conditions In varloue sec I
fleas occupied todays session I
T
On Their Vacations
Misses Geta and Minnie nurses at
the Rlverptdo hospital have return a
cd from Kevll where they spent 0
Ithelr J vacations with relative ° t
Miss Angle Harrison a nurso has
iigono Jo Kevll to visit friends and
iMrs Stella McKlnnoy of the been i
npltal has gono to Ogdens Landing
to visit to rolatlves e
h
GAYNOR GROWING
STRONGER DAILY r
XO INDICATIONS OK INFECTION
OK WOUND OK NEW YORKS f
MAYOR
Hobokcn N J Aug l3A bul f
letin Issued at the hospital1 this I t
morning fays Mayor Gaynors condi In
tion Is l gratifying Ho slept eight c
hours last night His temperature h
this morning was 100 1 5 The tl
mayor Joked with tho doctors while
his bandages were being changed to
day The wound was found to bo I T
healing with no signs of Infection A I
big breakfast was eaten by Gaynor
His private secretary was admitted
and they discussed city affairs
STOP TELEGRAPH FRANKS
Companies Will Transport Free Mcs C
MIKCS Only to Employes
Washington D C Aug l3Tho
day ot tho telegraph and cable frank
over Under the D1ana Elkl nor
amendment to tho Interstate com
merce laws 1 which was signed by M
President Taft on Juno 18 last and
dt
which becomes effective at midnight
August 17 next Wednesday it is un Bl
lawful for telegraph companies to Is 1 °
sue franks except to certain officials Cl
the company and employes specific w
ally authorized to accept them Acpi
cordlngly the Postal and Western
Union Telegraph companies are serv j
nollco upon all persons holdln 5
these franks that they will not bo le I
gaily authorized to use them after
I
next WInesday that tbe Iran k
of
books will be taken up and will notCI
CI
honored after that date The noIt
Imposed upon tho companies for ad Yactor
violation of tho law Is from 100 to I hi j
ril2000 and any person using tot ° u
graph or cable franks In violation o twde
law Is subject to tho same pen j
alty This is the penalty which also I E
imposed upon any interstate railway w
granting tree transportation la vlo > Jr
Jatioaol tho ate IP
IIU I
t
erWIXD CHECKS ISSUED
Mczlers France Aug 13
A high wind Interfered today f ln >
the start of the fourth day flight L
in the cross country run from
a Meziers to Doual LBlanch and i
Aubrun the only contestants a
standing any chance now of
winning refused to risk their a
machines
ONLY ONE BOOTH
NOT YET CLAIMED
KXIIIHITOHS AT TIn MCRACKEX
COUNTY I AlIt ARE SELECT
IXG THEIR SPACE
Only one of the sixteen booths
DCtobo opened at the fall fair In Padu
fcah during September and October
remains to bo claimed Secrets ry
eRodneji Davis of the Paducah Fair
association received a letter from
trQ or
company of Nashville today ask
ing for a tpace p 12 by 14 1C f set
In dimensions for the purposo of
having an exhibit Tho other firms
that have been announced as having
been granted spaces ore National
Biscuit company Home Telephone
company M Michael Brotwo
spaces Golden < 3ato Coffee com
Banki
Davis Homo Laundry company Pa
ducah Light d Power company Al I
ex Kulp Duggy company two spaces
The Homo Telephone company
will have a switchboard in opera
flea during tho four days of the fair
mahe ny
excellent attractions among theo ex
hlb It s Several other Booths ha veoC
been t taken but the firms have not
been announced
announcedarty
Tarty on the Jfcntucky
Mrs E J Morgan Misses Maggie I
and Katie iMorgan wife and daughter
of Captain E J Morgan steward of I
tho Kentucky are making the round
trip on the Ohio 05 guests of Captain
McKenen
McKenonsThe
The Kentucky Is duo to leave this I n
evening for Waterloo Ala with a
big trip of freight and a long passcn I t
ger list On her last trip she had
about 80 passcngeri nearly a 11 c
round tripper H
If 1
PROFESSOR HAMLESL
LOOKING AFTER FENCES d
In tho interest of his candidacy t
for tho Democratic nomination Cord
state school superintendent Prod
teaser Barksdale Hamlett supers l e
tendent ot tho Hopklnsvlllo public a
schools was In the city today Pro I 1
fessor Hamlett is an energetic youngt
t
man and made a number of trlea datars
the city He has started an active p
campaign for tho nomination and e
has received favorable mention Inb 1
the state press
KEFT MARRIAGE
a
QUIET OVER YEAR J
11
tt
COLLEGE STUDENTS DOXT TELL o
NUPTIALS UNTIL FOURTEEN
MONTHS ARE PAST b
II
For fourteen months Miss Ella
May Klmbrell of Metropolis II1W
r W
and Mr Oeorge II 1Iosoley oCtl
iBrookport kept their marriage 1tbe
secret and tho news has Just leaked
out They were married In Padu
cah Juno II ID09 but tbo records II
wore carefully concealed from news a
paper reporters while tho witnesses
aa a
inkling of it got out until tho couple
had finished college Tho ceremony
was performed In the parlors of a
local hotel on Juno 11 1909 by the
pantor 0r
tho First Christian church Th 0 M
couple arrived In Paducah ono morn
ing at 9 oclock and immediately Is j
tlI after tho returned to heir
tlhomes
college last year and tho bridegroom
was also in his senior year at col
lege and they feared that If tho I
i
secret leaked out It might Interfere j I
II
with their college days Both are
members of prominent families ot
southern JJllnols I C
Isouthern 1C 1
BALLINGER WILL
RETIRE SEPT 16
FROM CABINET
Aldrich Announces His Sea
atorial Career is at End +
TooL
This Will Clear Up National
Situation
MEETING HELD AT BEVERLY
Beverly Aug 13Certaln events
of today following incidents of the
past week or po lead Inevitably to
the conclusion teat a complete polite
cal readjustment in circles closo to
President Taft Is la progress
Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island
called to see the president Although
hols not to retire until May 4 1911
Aldrich confirmed to President Taft
readJultrbl
men t plans which plainly are in pro
grass apparently treat whatever in
flucnoo Aldrich may have had with
f1lho president as a thing of the past
IrThe elimination of Aldrich accord
Ing to closo political observers
retireor
orment of Secretary Balllcger front tho
cabinet Tho Republican party 10
facing one of the most critical cam
palgns of Its history this fall and the
leaders who have been coming into
nglnfiuenco with tbo president are ar
AIrivIng dally to do all they cam to
bring about a readuatment of the
differences within the party Ballin
Her practically has lost all of his per
sonal fortune in defending himself
from attacks that have bees made
atteraeyAl
Ifcos alone in the congressional Invert
s19atlon cost him 40000 If the sec
1er
IlrsaId be must soon resume the prac
aylice of law which he left in nls own
state to take up She s duties as head
of the Interior department
The retirement of Bellinger It
fixed for September 15
The congressional committee will l
have reported by that time and the
date Is sufficiently early to take the
socalled Ballfnger Issue l out of tee
campaign
Cannon Also
The third move in contemplation
s saId to be directed against Can
non It Js not admitted here that
Cannon will even bo a candidate for
the speakership Representative Mc
Klnley of Illinois a close friend of
Republican
Ican congressional compaign com
mittee was asked here tho other day
ho thought Cannon could be elect
ed to the chair again
Ive not heard that hell bo a can
dldato was the reply
aty
banr
die Onco it le I l known that the presl
dent would like to see a change how
ever it is believed that all doubt
as to the result would be removed
That Beverly is being the headquar
tars of the movement to set the Re
publican house In order is now gen
derail admitted Various moves are
being made quietly but effectively
Reports have reached Beverly that
the recent results in Kansas and
Iowa were duo largely to the activity
of Camion In Kansas to the charges
against Aldrich and doubt In the west
as to whether ho actually intended
to retire Tho situation developed la
these states evidently has made an
Impression upon the party leaders
that has stirred them to action
Aldrich would not discuss his call
on tho president Tho senator talked
with the president regarding the rub
bar statement and Taft listened with
Interest
Washington Believes
Washington Aug 13offlclal
Washington has accepted as gospel
the news from Beverly The ad
dvleors of the administration In addi
tion to Secretary Hitchcock are be
slaved here to bo Secretary Norton
and Senator Crano
MRS JAMES IMPROVES
rWILL LEAVE HOSPITAL
Washington Aug 13 Special
Mrs Olllo James who has been 111
timer
s Improved and ablo to be removed
ther cottage near Washington
Chicago Market
ISept High Low Close
Wheat 10331 102 J 103
Corn 65 U 64ft
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