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Fair Tuesday, Wednesday showers and thunderstorms, light southeast winds. Yesterday's Temperature: Highest, 87; lowest, 76 decrees. WEST FLORIDA MUST FEED ITSELF! to li m k: ii.n. VOL. XX. NO. 242. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1917. PRICE 5 CENTS. r PRESIDENT TURNS DOWN rxAUt rnUrUdAL LAItLi MADE BY POPE BENEDICT Says Permanent Peace May Only Be Based on Faith of All Peoples. BE FOLLY, HE SAYS TO ACCEPT OFFER "Cannot Take Word of Pres ent Rulers of Germany as Guarntee of Anything." BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. y Washington, Aug. 28. The presi dent rejected the pope's peace pro posals, in a note despatched last night and made public tonight. The presi-1 ,i . -, . ... , , iSf"8?1'8 hile every heart notly " ":, I ' :L f. ",;;':;ment t0 tne Principles ot American appeal of his holiness, it would be!"u " of our b oo and our . .u.i wuuiu. '""""i : folly to take the path of peace" he i points, out, if it does not lead to the goal he proposes. To deal with such powers as the present rulers of Ger many upon the pope's plan would in volve a recuperation of strength and the renewal of the world domination policy of that power, said the presi dent. Germany may be balked but not defeated, after sweeping the continent with the blood of innocent women, children, and the helpless poor as well as of soldiers. Permanent peace must be based on the faith of all the peoples, of jus tice and fairness. "We cannot take the word of the present rulers of Germany as a guar- i antee of anything that is to endure I unless supported by the conclusive evidences of the will and purposes of the German people themselves," said the president. The President said it was manifest no part of the Pope's program could be successfully carried out unlets a restitution of the status ouo furnishes S basis ine ooject or tne war is to deliver the free peoples of the world mornine, unknown parties enjoyed a GERMANY APOLOGIZES from the menace f a vast military joy ride at the expense of John A- ; FOR SINKING "TORO establishment controlled bv an irre- Merritt, using the latter's 'Mne cn-, sponsible government, which having which was taken from a point in j Buenos Aires. Aug. 28. Germany's secretly planned to dominate the front of the Isis theatre where it had reply to Argentina's demand in con world, proceeded to carry out the been parked while the occupants en- nection with the submarine campaign pian wunout any regard to sacred ob- i ligations of treaties It stopped at o harrier ot e said either law or mercy, PRESIDENT REGARDED AS SPOKESMAN FOR ALLIES. Washineton, i C, Aug. 2S. The President's rejection of the peace proposals is regarded as tho high j water mark of the war. It is indica- i five of a virtual selection of the Pres ident by the allies as spokesman be- ' fore the world The general, tenor of the reply v." as anticipated- There was no inkling of forciful terms h would employ or say the world have 1 no faith in the autocratic government of Germany. URGES U. S.T0"ST0P LOANS TO MEXICO. Kansas City, Aug. 28. A resolu tion protesting against the "irreliK ous tyranny masquerading as democ racy," in Mexico was adopted by the convention of the American Federa tion of Catholic Societie.' . It urged the United States to withhold loans- COAL PRODUCERS MAY PROVIDE SELLING POOL V Washington, D. C , Au 28. The proposal from operators that the gov ernment change its plans of coal con trol and to provide for sellinir pools amontr producers, is sutrcested as a f possibility, after the conference of di rectors of the National Coal Associa tion. McADOO SATISFACTORILY EXPLAINS ALLIED LOANS Washington. D. C, Aug. 2S Lead ers of the ways and means committee of the House are satisfied with Mc Adoo's explanation of details of transfers of monevs authorized for the allied loans Threats of Republi cans to oppose further appropriation caused the conference COMMITTEE DID NOT NAME WHEAT TRICE committee named bv the President t recommend a price for the wheat crop failed to reach an agreement. They continue their deliberations to morrow. BOGUS KINSMEN OF SECRETARY BAKER BY APPOCIATEP PRK?S. Denver, Aug. 2S. Federal officials today arrested a man who they said represented himself as a brother of Secretary of War Baker. He gave his name as E. A. Raker. He previ ously said his name was Dr. A. R. Baker, of Cleveland. Officials said he obtained money, on the representation but later admitted lie is a St. Louis decorator. Acclaim Proposal But Guarantee To Stick By President ET ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas City, Auk- 28 Resolutions t on "acclaiming the peace proposal j of Pope Benedict and pledging a" ,PTTCOTAMC OTTX7 Catholics of this country to the warjUbOlAIMb brlUW program of the United States, but nro ArcrrTTAM containing no clause urging accept-; DISAFFECTION ance by the American government of j the papal suggestions, were reported ; favorably here today by the resolu tions committee of the American Federation of Catholic Societies. They will be presented to the annual convention later with the belief of leaders that they will be adopted. The loyalty resolution declares that "in accordance with the unbro- ken tradition of loyalty of the foun ,i.,tirmi f niivi- woro snlomn- v.. .o . v... i'"'-- ----- affirmed our inalienable attach- government and we nieciee witnout treasures for the defense and per- petuation of our beloved country-" The Tope s proposal will be spoken of .as follows: "e reverently ana joyiuny ac- 1 J T .1 It It II claim the action of our most holy father Benedict XV in his proposal of a Dasis tor tne negotiation 01 peace uated without fighting between the warring nations and ln Bukowina Russian mark with pardonable pride the ac- cord between the articles ot agree- ment offered by the supreme pontiff and the tentative suggestions for- merly made by th President of the United States." The committee which drew up the document contained clerical and lay members from United States. all sections of the USES FINE CAR FOR TfiVDinw ETW MilllUC JUlUlUlj lljf! 11VU1U i For several hours Monday night, and until tne eany nours oi luesoay joyea tne pictures. It was reported that the car was nriven on Dy two men in sauor um-il0 forms, and at several points the num- ber of the car was reported as the one which was disregarding all speed laws, for from several points m the , city people telephoned the station , that it was being operated in a reck-, less manner- .... j iii'T auudifiiie trniuxiiiK mem- j selves as long as they cared, the or- cupants drove the fine auto to a point near Chicoway Inn, deserting it there, and at that point Jack Merritt. son of the owner, found it at a late hour. MINERS TO ASK FOR AN INCREASED RATE BY ASSOCIATEt PRESS. Indianapolis, Aug. 28. A substan tial increase in the toal mining scale ...ill V, n?lA4 T-v, Wa ltnlfA1 'Vfiv.A Workers of America. An invitation to operators of the central competi tive field is extended to meet miners and officials here on. September 6 to discuss the increase. This was an - nounced bv William Green, inters A- , - 77 tional secretary-treasurer of the miners. BULKHEAD TRESTLE ON BAYSHORE LINE Work will begin immediately on bulkheading the trestle on bay shore line of the Tensacola Electric com pany from the big bayou bridge to the mainland, a distance of about three-quarters of a mite- A four inch bulkhead will be constructed on each side of the track The work is being done to guard against possi bility of interruption of service over the line following severe storms such as visited this section last year. DENTIST'S RESERVE CORPS GETS RECRUIT Dr W. B. Williams was commis sioned as first lieutenant in the ien- I tists reserve corps vesterdav bv tne war department and will probably be I ordered to active duty in a short ;: hv.e. Dr. Yilr.ams has been a resi- I dent of Pensacola for some time, and recently went to Washington where he stood the examination for a commission- MILITARY CONSCRIPTION IN DOMINION CANADA Toronto. Aug. 28. The military conscription bill for the Dominion of Canada became a law when signed by the governor general. The bill was brought from Ottawa by a s pecial WEATHER HOLDS MHIES:H0T REPLY TO 4 FLAHD E R S Italians and Austrians, However, Reported En gaged in Fierce Fight. Germans Have Ceased At tacks on French in the Verdun Sector. ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY. Except in the Austro-Italian the xjaicui. in me Ausiro-ii.au ater and the Bukowina and Mok via. all fronts show all abatement in violent of fio xia nZZZ iKI -T L LtI bombardments onlv are c-ointr on In Verdun the Germans have ceased their counter attacks against the. French. North of Ooritza the Ttal- ,ans an(j Austrians are still - " ' " furious battle- m a I Vienna says Monte Santo was evac troops are again showing some (llSalteCtlOn. xear Novosolicia the Teutons have taken several positions. In Moldavia the Teutons have taken positions fr0m the Rumanians PILING VP BILLIONS AS AMERICAN WAR ri'ND. j Washington, D. C, Aug 28 The jtively drafted amendments to the war I tax bid designed to increase a gross I ..tin. iuiuihi; VOillllllLLV- ItlUa n -ar Proms Tro'1 tnirty-tliree ; pnu a tniru per cent, anfl this will increase the revenue to eight hun dred and fifty millians. This may be offered as a compromise is received. True rcplv is satisfactory The note said that Germany in order "maintain tncndly relations was willing to modify the blockade of on- emy coasts, and allow the freedom of , the seas to vessels under the Argen- tine flag carrying food." It promises payment of indemnity for sinking the steamer Toro bv a , submarine j N0 spy NEWS TRICKLES THROUGH MEXICO NOW. Mexico City, Aug 28 The effi ciency of any German bureau of in formation svstem in Mexico is de- pendent on the efficiency of censor- r-mp mipuseu uy me auien powers, This conclusion is representative of tnose powers who have been in touch with German activity since and be fore the war They declare informa tion from the United States to Ger many can hardly be transmitted by a longer or more inefficient route ; than throuh Mexico KORNILOFF HOPES FOR BETTER THINGS IN RUSSIA. 1 Ar . , 0e c i t.- vAIosco' 28General Korni- ion was not discouraged bv nis re- ception at the Moscow conference, ac j cording to an interview. He declared ; ho was confident the government af- ter the conference would sanction ! measures advocated by him He said the majority of the regimental com mittee was in sympathy toward ', needed reforms THRILLING DESTRUCTION OF GERMAN U-BOAT. An Atlantic Tort. Aug 28 A story of the destruction of a Gei--man submarine by a British cruiser after the U-boat had sunk a steamer is told by the captain on his arrival. The cruiser picked up the steamer's crew. It then dropped a bomb in the water, and the snhrrturine stuck the bomb. It was btown high in the water. The cruiser rescued only two survivors of the U-boat. takeWK smJ. Vilmnc Washington. D. C , Aug- 28. Am- erica s needs are the consideration that will guide the President in a decision for final disDosition of the foreign merchant vessels building in United States yards The question mav not be decided for som tim. trine of a divided allegiance or a conditional allegiance is as imprac- Some time aeo it was rumored probably be manufactured. ticable as it is unpartiotic," T. P. that unless opposition to the estab- ' Connor, the Irish leader, declared in lishment of the shops in West Tensa- WOULD BUILD JUNGLE a speech discussing the duty of Irish- cola ceased the receivers for the road j ROAD ON THE ISTHMUS men in America "You cannot hurt would place the shops at Atmore No j America without hurting England, verification could be obtained from ' Washington, Aug. 28. An appro and evervbodv who attack-, thp allies : officials of the road, and since that i nidation of one hundred thousand of America hurts not only the honor and security of America, .but does their best to prevent the liberation of Belgium, Poland and Alsace and Lor- raine," he said- GL ARK SElDSiRESPOiSE TO HOME 0FTE0. U.S. MSE! THE GOV Brands Catts as Unqualified Falsifier and Without Least Courage. NO MORE BRAINS THAN MUD-CAT, SAYS 'When You Get Hickory Stick, Sidney, You Can Locate Me," Says Clark. . Washington Bureau, 1 The Pensacola Journal Washington, 1 C. Aug. 28. In the third of the scries or' vitriolic open letters that have been t-xchan ic ed between Governor Sidney J Catts of Florida and Congressman Frank Clark, the congressman today again brands the governor as an unquali fied falsifier, with having no more courage than the cayote and no more j brains than the mud cat j The squabble began about a month ago over the efforts of Congressman ('l.'-irlf in lln'f tin invnrt,tnt- . ilprmrtmciit imrcvl i .. ,f ,-. tK I and temperamental fitness of tho son of Governor Catts to -u t is captain , of one of the companies, of the Florida National Guard, when a son j of Governor Catts was appointed as ; captain of one of the companies, a mutiny occurred among the rank and tile who declared they would not serve under him. They were finally suotiued with a threat u court mar tial, but the matter did not end there. Clark had an inspector s nt to inves- tigate young Catt Clark followed this up bv issuin;: an open letter in which he charged Governor Catts with treason. Ho challenged the governor to r joint debate at any point the latter should . moose, ne sain ne would taKc an hour to make the charge, give Gaits one hour and a half to answer it and then himself take half an hour in rebuttal. Catts issued an opn letter in re ply in which he called Clark every harsh name inia-inable and he said he would not irive Glavk tho nnnort,, nity he sought to make his'campattcn for governor He warned Clark th it if he ever meddled any more in the affairs of his family he would thrash hjm with a hickorv stick, as he said Governor Jennings had done some years airo. He would thrash him. he .o:,l K,,t ,.!, 1 t- ,U.K ...ifi, and considered the matter closed Clark'g Latest- In his k'tter to the governor today, ChCrk says: "Yours of the 2"th in.-t , evidently rnnitinpd Viv roiiip nnp rd.- li.,--m:i the spelling is good, and tue gram- mar fair received 1 "Y'oii have done just what I ex- pected you to do. viz: use the meth ods of the cuttielish and attempt to discolor the water, while you endea vor to escape from your malodorous official record. You have shown by , this latest performance that you I have no more courage than she cay j ote, and no more brains than a mud ! cat. I "But I shall not bandy words with J you further than to say that -veVy I essential statement made about me j : in the letter to which your name is ' appended, is a base, unqualified false- ! hood. Cut out of whole cloth". j "Your silly twaddle about 'hickory I sticks' and your boasted bravery j would be extremely ludicrous if it ' vii not for the fact that the publi- cation of it advertises to ail the j world the composite mass of bragea- ' docio and imbecility now occupying! . the chair of chief executive of Flor- : : ida. i "But what is the use, when you get 1 the stick. Sidney, you can easily lo cate me This ends the letter wnt . ing "FRANK CI. AUK." TRY TO KEEP SHOPS OF G. & F. A. HERE Every effort is being made by Chamber of Commerce to keen the the G- F A. shops in Pensacola, and it is believed that the work will bring fe.p desired results. It is felt thur the ritv car, ill afford to Iosp ar, m- dustrial plar.t of the size of the shop which would place a large amount 0 ot monev in circulation each ute- bv pav roll. j time no announcement has been giv- en out. It is stated, however, that ! the Chamber of Commerce can pos- sibly move the difficulty and succeed I in keeping the shops here. El BOOK APPEAL RflDCLIFF ilPSlDED FOR IS GRATIFYING GHIPLEY , FU.DUIT II - : j I P?nsacoiians Came Forward During Day With Plentiful Supply. FOREIGN LANGUAGE VOLUMES DESIRED Jacksonville Mav Send 1,000 Magazines and Over 300 Books to Pensacola. Pensaeohans again responded to the appeal for books for the army and navy meli stationed here during the second day of the campaign yes terday, and a large number of ex cellent volumes, as well as maga zines, were sent in The campaign will be continued for several days yet, in an effort to accumulate enough to divide with camps abroad and at home. Books of all descriptions are wanted. Iiction, history, drama, de tective stories, short stories, tcchnt ' cal works, jtarticularly texts on aeronautics, wireless, automobiles, submarines, signalling and fir;L aid Magazines of all kinds are in "great ftemyncl, though none older than Jan- ; uary 1, 1017, should be sent in- j ' Foroicn lansruacrc books are needed i in large numbers, particularly French j nouncing the death of the outh. an! grammars. olumes of easy stories 'Captain Anderson a.-ked that the h. . in foreign languages should also bo j formation be printed in The Journal, sent in, a many of the men are pre- ( with the idea of heating relatives 1 paring themselves to go abroad and who w ere thought to reside here Th I for service "somewhere in France." ' item, therefore, had the effect of lo ' According to information received atin3 iu' family, by Miss L- G. Flynn, librarian of the I Yesterday afternoon, upon the ar--Penccola library, from L. W. Josse-I rival of the bay shore cars and trr.il- lyn.1ibrarian of the public library of i Jacksonville, and state ilirector. one thousand magazines and ""i7 boeks have been collected and will be sent here. Under th.? direction of Mr Jossehn collections have been placed in camps at Key West, Black Point and the Duval county armory. The shipment which is intended for Pensacola is now at Tallahassee ac cording to the letter from Mr Jnsse lyn. and is divided into the following classes: 10" fiction. 42 literature, G? history, 2:5 French books, 21 miscellaneous- With this support from Jackson ville and other parts of the state, it is hoped that Pensacola will at least give as many as has been given by ; outsiders. Books may be left at the headquarters in the Chamber of Com merce or a telephone call to 128 will brir.'' a car for the books. FACTORY COMPANY WHICH MAKING USE OF MENHADEN FOUND HERE IN LARGE QUAN TITIES. START OPERATIONS. That the Pensacola Fertilizer nnl I Oil Company would begin operations j on its site aero.- the bay about Nov i ember 1. was the information received j in a letter yesterday by the Chamber ! of Commerce, from C. H. Munger, '. president of the company. The letter ! states that the plan lans fo opening the wei e broken up when I plant last spring the I mted Mate; entered the war, ! but that now ;ho necessary capital i has been se ure and the work wil. commence. Extensive plans are ready for the development of the company, and as soon as it begins operation it is be lieved that its bu-iness will increase immensely. In connection with the factory, hou.-es and commissary de partment." a fleet of boats will be used bv the companyiin the catching of menhaden, a small fish which is found in great nu mbofs in tne gulf. 1 ert:hr.er and 011 wiil both be manu- : facture 1. and the industry is expected j to be a large one for this section. I During the off season when the fish i .-un-nor Vip ctiir-ht. other products will dollars for building a military road; I from the Panama canal back into the jungles as a possible am in repelling invaders i3 requested of the house by 1 the war departK&it. OIL CERTAIN Journal News. Story Con- j : veyed First Intelligence I to Boy's Relatives. WAS BORN AT THE NAVY YARD Also Has Relatives on Res ervation, Who Also Read of His Death in Journal. Ted RadcliiT. tho young man v v. as killed at Ogdon. Utah. Mom in a railway accident, was a uv resident 'of Chipkn , 1 la., and inf mation from tlial piit est en t-tated that the remains wocld s nt for, and would be brouu'ut Florida for int rnicii; . Soon after yeterda 's copies The Pensacola Journal reached. O r ia . lv, Thos J. Watts road the article I conveying the information t hut the i youth had met his d'-ath. ICelat ivrs resided at Chinlev. an-l Mr W'.-i'r-; 'knew the lmv He i.,t - tin... m calling up Police "" iv Frank l. Sanders, not ifyi::ir the jountr man had n i.iuvi : ly, and that t'n- telephone was for tho purpose of ii the body, with Ji viev t 1 iss-or, nin: th ; at Ch: ir.t ientif; havin ir.-C r it shinned to Chinlov for intorment. Tlie police department Tue mominsr it Obivc 1 a t'dei-am iv. era from the "naval station, a m was nrouznt to police neauquarx vs ! from Wan'hman Purkhardt. at. the ! navy yard, who stated for the bene fit of the police that the youth wa.; born at the navy ard and that Mr. Van Horn, w-ho now resides on the ; reservation, is his grandmother. T )-,e note from Capt Hurkhardt ah-o an nounced that the youth's hone- v as : in Chipley. and that a letter to a cer tain address would, reach them m due time. ('apt . Burkhardt also an nounced that his first information as ! to the fate of youivf Radcliff was b tain'd from The Pensacola Journal, which he read early yesterdav. and he sent the information to the city just as early as possible The body is beincr held of undertakers in Oeden, I REV. WM. E. McII.WAIN EXPECT - ED TO A.-SUME NEW DUTIES AT THE KNOX PRESRY I! K1V II 1 R( H. IIcv accept Pre-d, Win. 1 th " r i r : E, Mcllwain, who hn? p. ).-' rate of th" Kr,-- rch, is r-vpeeted 'to t'tda" or tor. .or row-, and the tirst sermon m l'is next Sunday mortung at arrive e.' will preac new cbarg 11 o'clock He has been spending thp papt frw v- ks in North Caro" Iina c0!iintz p a lot of busine ss and romr- to this pl.-e e ready to on 2 as in church activity- work with .Id Special service? wil' held to welcome him probably no next Sunday Whether this special serv'.c-- tah-es norning or the evening has not vet. be' n an plae at the ! service hour nouncen. In;; of special t-or.g comes from otu'' men f-f the city. Dr- Mcllwain il! probabl; progra, ;r prom hurch- stranger m ars he as Pensacola. For some y ars 1 paster of the First Pr--sbytrian church, and resigned to take up spe cial work for the southern synod. Ho is recognized as a sound expounder of the scriptures, and his engage ment at the little East Hill church is a fortunate acquisition. VARDAMAN PRESENTS DRAFT LAW PROTEST Washington, Aug. 2s. A protest ! against the draft lavy signed by netA- ly one tnousana residents or .missis- i sippi was presented to the senate to day by Senator Vardaman. he a !:nrv "t-di. awl , it. is understood was ye.-,ter : r- i .11-.1 thinned to Florida. I II PASTOR POI TYHERE SUHDAY GAS Assistant. - JDistrict - . Attorney Hoffman to Be Present at Preliminary Trial. iSERGT. -JOHNSON t ARRAIGNED TODAY State Authorities Charge Recruiting Officer With Enticing Minor Join. re received Pis f mm t: mticv John F. Neelev v.u-- a!to::-,' general csUrday morn i.'iL' u, dcund Sorueant Johnson of t'i- a nv. v a: V. -iV will ne : i.t ii i.'i'- i.i til, prelimina ry hearing' today, when the officer ran' nod on the charge of hoy under sixteen years ,io, n the army was turned over t) A- .l!it At : n; y Hoffman v. h... :. f: .'o:' enion to he present this im.rning. Th a' icral a it hoi'i.eii the local 'io out a w nt of habeu.i .( ;,;-y aud remove the '"ederul court As Judgrt not in the city, it is not .at it w iii be taken to the : the tornev iorpu ca.- t' Shop; proha., i.i-hv r As : ('ai.t;:; r.eer, . 1"! vo - '::e trouble orcurre.'., -tat.- recruiting of - ice. in J;n k ionvillc-, .V it; ney ;'".!, a 1 to p;o fense of Seric. ant h the i;-tlict attor- Vile 1 1 Johr.sf. i tnrou ney. When the trouble o'vutrcd, :n:'o'--mation tent out from Cliquey, wi-.ern Sergeant J.-.hr.so.i uas h, ,,, u; stated that the son uf a reside i t Chipley joined the army, o- n.tii r. made application for en!,stni nt, a:; I signed th" -required papers, giving .".is age and other information. . It is clairtKd that in this i-tate:.iei:t the , youth : .iid that, he v. a--: toore than ' eighteen years f age, hut that al'tT he was rent to hea-i.jua rers at Jack sonville for fnrt her examination, his father ti legrapheil the recruiting of ficer there that his son was le.-s than it i f n ear:- of ;i -jo. It is fui'ther stated tiiat wboti thoi oung luan arrived in Jacksonville and wa.-- told of th" information re- 3 ce;vi?d froni his father, he said that it wa- untrue work in that home l Y:d r enlistment. , i f ! false sta'.;: ae is g'Vf n. count re(.."!Vfl and that lie would it y before ret u ruing tiie niles governing admission is secured lent., nc return milo Ad'dnling to the ac f com Chijiley, t( oung in'Ul walke, home JotlViH.e. from Jack- SOI G11D E BE HEAR i HARGED DEFENDANT TRIED TO (iET RIVAL OUT OF THE WY K A MOST DI ABOLIC A L PLAN. HOUNDED TWO YEARS. P.i o ktoe. Ma.-? ,' Aug. "j. On th". 'harge of attempting to murder his .-ycrcsfii! rival in love bv sf tiding him a box of po!opel chocolates, Sarki-? 'hi!ingiri-n. a resided of Midd'e horo, was arraigned in the Prorkton police court toda;. for a preliminary hearing. It. i- charged that nn Juiv 28 fhil- ir.girian mailed to Harry (.bickering, proprietor of a market- in this city, the box of poisoned candy. - Accord ing to Chickering's statements he has been con tantly hounded by his rival for the last two years. He has re ceived several letters of a threaten ing nature, he declares. All of the parties concerns i in the case are Armenians. Mrs. Cki'-kr-ing, who is but V.) years of age, U exeeptior.-illy pretty. The roujde wti married aivout a year ago. An c.b orate w-tdding had been' planned, but ion amount of the threatening letters I which ("bickering received the plans were altered, and they were quietly married. WOMEN SUFFRAGIST DISTURBERS AGAIN Washington, Aug. 287. Ten women carrying suffrage banners and ex tracts of the president's speeches wen arrested in front of the white housi j today. Six of them were cut on bond j pending tne appeals granten yester - j day from the police court sentence of a twenty-tive dollar fine.