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WrJATllEn TOtl OUrO Sliour-n; tonight villi rnolcr fu nnrlli nnd went poillotis! Trldny partly cloudy nml cooler, THE MARION DAILY MIRR( )R W-'Y .. J7v "Pnl Money In Tliy Purflo" by Boiling through n "Vtir Snlo' ml--boiihj of tlio too-many things you own. )jJ "You may Ivum Jit! nlmt" you Avant to know about your qhiiiiiw to buy a homo by studying today' nu"B. .MiMtii VOLUME XIX NUMB ER 16. ti, ? ' MARION, OHIO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1910. PRICE TWO CENTS E HENRY HARTNER RAISES AN HIGH TRIBUTE PAID BY GRAVES NERVE BROKEN EOF I "V, Wl CRIPPEN'S EMRKB CHAN6 mm r - mTw lKB ' Mrfi i -rT thi Tt Wt Rx y' fcT By Startling Testimony of the Finding of Hyoscin Poison IN THE REMAINS OF His Wifo, Bollo Elmoro. x His Defense of Doath Prom Oporation -..Discredited by this Evi denceMiss Lenove Pre tended to Ho CrlpK:ii'rt Hoiive.KiM.-pcr When Questioned by In.sK?ctor Dew. Surprise Unit (lie Doctor Is Allowed to Talk l Miss Ijciioc By United Press Wire. London, Sept. 8 Dr. II .II. Crlp pnn has 'lost his Iron nerve. When tlio supposed wife-murderer nppcar ctl In tlio How street pollco court to day ut tlio resumption of IiIh hearing on a charge of murdering IiIh wife, Hello Klraorc, It wiih plainly seen tlmt Tue'sdny's dovclopinunt of tlio discovery of hyoscin poison In the body mippoKcd to bo that of his wffo, lmH worked u great change In liltu. Tuesday Crlpicn wns possessed of tlio utmost sniiRfrold. Today h0 wns agitated und ho was ovcrhcurd to converso anxiously with Miss. Ethel Claro Lencvc, his former typist, who Is charged with being an accssory af ter tho fact, regarding tlio testimony of Analyst Wilcox that ho found moro than half n gram of hyoscin In the body of tho murdered woman. Unless this evidence Is successfully combat ted, It Is generally believed that It will proyo a death blow, lo Crlp pcii's defense. Crlppcn Is understood to hnyo planned a defense In the event tho Identity of tlio body Is proved, that his wlfo died as Hid ro Bitlt of an operation that ho per formed upon her; but tho presence of tho polsonTrThcrho'dy It Is behoved .frill discredit fltic.li a statement Tlmrn wnii Miriirlnn on nit Hides that Crlppcn should hiivo been permitted to tulk with Miss Lc'iinve. Tho evi dent Interest of tho latter In tho futo of tho mnn with whom who fled to Canada tends to dlsprovn tho story that slio will bo used us a witness against Crlppcn, Tho prosecution Is still working upon tho girl In- an ef fort to get her to turn against Crip lien, but so far alio has shown no Indication of doing so. 'Ono of tho Important witnesses of tho day wan Harold Klrby, employ ed by Lowls and Uurrows, a linn of chemists. Ho testified that Crlppcn bought llvo grains of hyoscin of hlm on January 1U but udmlttcd that tho doctor frequently bought tho poison, using It. as ho said, us a so datlvo for his nerves. Crlppen uccmed greatly relieved when Klrby tcHtllled to (tho numerous purchases of th0 poison, this being considered proof that ho did not buy (ho drug for tho express purpose of murdering hlu wlfo. Tho court-room toduy was crowded tho big majority of tho spectators being fashlonublo , drcBsed women. This was In direct contrast to tho uccuo on Tuesday und marked u con cession that tho court olBclttlH have made to tho general Interest In i case. Several titled women wen, d- i i.. tiw, court-room, despite coven;" -- tliulr uttoiript nt incognito. Sir William Gilbert, tho dramatist, again sat by tho -Mo of Sir Albert p,, llutiQii. tho presiding Judge. V Mrs. BinyUiBon. or Brixton, testified f that sho miw Miss I-cnovo wearing a brooch tlmt Imil belonged lo Mrs. Crlppon. at tho Mulo hall ball. So also 'said that Crlppcn told her that his Wlfo lm.l ulcd " cnr0"l1S America U. visit her family nml "" he intended U lmvo the body cremat ed and tho uahca brought back to KMrs."narrlso. also of nrlxton. l tined that sho recognized a dressing Jacket found anions Miss L-cnevo a. effects ns slmllur to ono worn by Mrs. Crlppcn. Mrs. Harrison, who was closoly associated with tho Crlppci.H admitted on cross-examination by Arthur Newton, Crlppon u counsel, that Crlppen had ulwuyu appeared niodt devoted to Ills wlfo. Miss Usnevo hv-,d the greatest In- . tcrcst In the testimony regarding her possession of tho effects of Mrs. Crip pen. It was not. however. ""HI 1 iipcctor Dew or Scotland Yard, tho man who' arreted Iho prisoners nboiird the steamer Montrose, took tho stand that MU I.oncvo showed any agitations Dow tcstltlod that ho saw Miss Lotiovo at, Crlppon'a Htlldrop Crescent homo, on Juno 30 and that Bbo tnlil him that, sho was tho doc tor's housekeeper. "When I questioned her closely," VlJow said, 'sho adinllted her Identity" JlfSho wns greatly agitated nt my dl- 'covcry of her relations with tho doc tor. "I accompanied Mlas I.cnovo to Dr. Crlppon's offlco," Dow coutlnudo. "When 1 began questioning the two in tlio doctor's office, Crlppon finally said: 'I ""! betted tell tho truth.' Tho portrait of MHo Dutrleu, tho French nvlatoiess who recently made n spectacular flight In n monoplane from Oslcud to Holgltim to Hruges und return, u dlstaneo of llfty-slx miles. Sho attained u height of 1,300 feet at ono stago of tho Journey when sho circled about the fano of tho historic I.ea llalles. XTpon her return sho was balled with great ueclalm, thousands scrambling over ono another for tho opportunity to kiss her hand. Sho Is tho first of her sex lo accomplish bo much In tho Held of aviation. He then made a long statement. Miss Lcnevo also made a statement to me at" this time. Later I returned to tho Crlppen house and found a revolver and forty-llvo cartridges." In an attempt to disprove the testi mony of Analyst Wllcnx that ho found hyoscin poison In the body of the murdered woman. Solicitor Newton and two expert medical men will to morrow make an examination of the remains. Mrs. Harrison gave damaging testi mony against Crlppen by her declara tion that strands of hair found on tho body of the murdered woninn were similar to Mrs. Crlppen's hair. Mrs. Harrison also said that a pleco of an undergarment found with tlio body was of tlm same quality, color and tex ture as underwear that she know Mrs. Crlppen to have worn. After hearing tho -description of a scar found on tho victim, Mrs. Harrison said It tal lied with a sear on Mrs. Crlppen. 'I'hlM inMliinonv. it is believed, will go a long way toward Identifying the remains ns thoso of Mrs. i-rippon. Crlppen winced frequently .while Mm Harrison was on tho stand. In the statement made to Dow by Crlppen in tlio hitter's olllce, Crlppen told of his mooting Hello Klmoro for tho llrst time, when sho was living under the protection of a New York man named C C. Inwood. "Crlppon told me," Dow continued, "that ho had 'frequent quarrels with his wlfo owing to nor ungovernable temper. On the night of January 111, after tho Martlnettls had lolt tho Crlppcn home, Crlppen said ho and his wlfo quarreled and that sho told hlm that she would Icavo hlm the fol lowing day and that ho would never hear fro inher again. "AceonlliiR to Crlppen his wlfo told him that sho was going lo a man who was better able to keep her than Crlppcn. Crlppon confessed to inn thnt he told mo Iho story of his wife's vupnoscd death to hldo tlio scandal or Ills wife leaving hlm. Ho said that so far as ho knew his wlfo was still living and expressed his belief that sho had gone to Chicago to Join llrueo Miller." When the hearing was resumed aft er lunch, Dew again took tho stand and read Horn the statement mado to hlm by MIsh I.eneve. It was duo to tho effect that Crlppen told her that his wire hail gone to America and that ho wanted her to live at tho llllldrop Crescent home during his wife's ub- WOUCC. When Miss l.euevo wuiu iv Crliipon'H home, the doctor told nor his wlfo had died on tho voyage, lie told her, the statement said, that It was too far to go to tho runeral. "I finally told Crlppen that ho would havo to ilnd his wife," Dow said, "and ho offered lo advertise- In iiowspapers In tho United States." Dow said that when ho visited tho doctor's Hilltop Crescent homo, Crlp pon was inost courteous anil com posed. When crnsu-ijxainlned by Newton, Dqw a'duiltlod that tho pleco of under garment and tho pajamas round with tlio body of tho woman might havo been purchased by any ono nun wuiu of ordinary quality. Dow wub forced to admit that ho had not taken tho pains to verify Crlppon's statements regarding Hruco Miller, even though ho believed Miller was In Knglund ut tho timo mentioned by Cilppeu- Newton attempted to show by Dow that tin-cellar whoro tho human rem nants woro found had not been dis turbed for years and that It was pos slhlo that tl o reuialiiu might havr been thorn long before Mrs. Crlpp pen's nbsonco was uotluad. Dow said tho cellar did look nu though It had not been vlHlted tor a long time, but lio said tho fair stato of preservation in which the remains wero found pre cluded tho Idea or their having been there Tor a long tlnio. "Only portions of tho body woro decomposed," he said, lliileellvn Hei'ueaut Mitchell Corrob orated Dow regarding tho discovery of the remains. At tho conclusion of Continued on l'ago Four. Front of William Randolph Hearst Who Hopes to Back ROOSEVELT IN A MOVEMENT To Drive tho "Black Horso Cavalry" Leaders Out of tho Republican Party of New York Construed "a Play For Position" Hearst May ICnii a third Ticket ir His Apih.miI Is Ignored by Colonel llM)!,oeli A Peculiar Situation ltcsulta. lty United Press Who. New York, Sept. 8 New York ma chlno politicians of both parties aro UBhnst today over tho suggestion of nn nlllanco between Colonel Theodore Itoosovclt and his ono-tlmo bltti eiiciuy, Wllbuili it. Iieuisl. iKuisi nus extended tlio olivo biiuicn uuu in un uiiiuzlug 1 1 lilt pugu euuuriui i,, his Now Yoik newspaper louto promises the uuppuu uf his "judein.ii unlit lolloweru" lo Jtouuciclt u in. will come back to New Xork aiet lc . U llb'Mt UgUlllSt tllu bUSbCS, lot Uil people. "Thero Is no Jealousy In our i milts says liearsi. "Wo do not c.uv n leads, It' only he leads right. Drhu the Republican bosses out ot the lie publican party and If uny ono ot them deserts thu Democratic party, Cj.OOu Independents will tuko his place. It Kmi'iicm. AVuoilrunT. Aldrlduc. all three tof them desert to tho Democracj , one hundred and fifty thousand indepen dents will tuko their places. v eaBt that many votes at tho last elec tion, Mr. Itoosevelt. Wo- can cast them again nnd moro." That this wua construed as Indicat ing that tho Hearst followers would buck Itoosevelt In tho coming light In Now York state, provided h0 would becotno nn netlvo candldnto for the llepubllcan gubernatorial nomination, und If defeated at tho convention as now seems likely, ho would run Indc iwi,.ntiv. wan iihowu by hurried conferences between tho leaders of both parties. Ti,., in nn. limn 100 leading Demo crats, who aro In this city to attend btato Chairman DIx'a "Harmony uiu .,...." i,,,,i-M. accented thu Hearst statement uh a declaration of war on tho party. They said it wioweu i eluslvoly that Hearst htm become con vinced that his friend, Congressman William Sulzor, Is to bo "turned down" by tho Democratic stato con- ,.i tiiu mihnriiutorlnl boom squelched, and tlmt Hearst chose tho .. 1 l..ln..1 IMIllltnitl present as tlio psycuun.Ki"" -,. ik It Dlaln that ho will have a third ticket in tho Hold Tho Republican icaucru ci- tho Hearst appeal to bo a "play for position", in the coming fight. Ilowo volt will have nothing to do w Hearst they say, but ho (Hearst) will havo Placed himself Ju such a Po tion whoro ho will lTo able to sw iir tho balance of power In tho coming stato election. These leaders point to tho fact thai in a second edltorhil In tho Hearst iiowspapers today, Itoosevelt Is de nounced for sending the Hay-Paiin-carotb treaty to tho senato Tor confir mation when It contained a provision which would havo prevented the United States form fortirylng lh 1'anama canal. This Indicates, tho Itopubllcnu lenders claim, that Hearst rcalUca full well tlmt Itoosovclt will turn- ti deaf ear lo this nppeal. If he does, Hearst will take advantage r tlm Independent sentiment In this Hlulo and run n third ticket In the coming rnmpulgn with fnlr prospects or winning out, thoy say. IF THE AWARD Was an English Victory. Afternoon Press Less . Enthusiastic. By United Prss Wire. London, Sept. 8. Tho longer hng land considers tho award In the llsh orles dispute, tho less enthusiasm W manifested for tho decision, which was at llrst balled as a great Urltish vic tory. This was mado manifest by tho tone ot tho nfternoon press today, whloh Is fur )ebs cnthuslaBllo than thu'. ot tho morning papers. It Is agreed Hint tho decision Is u diplomatic victory for Kngland, but that It lias disarmed Now Foundland In her economic nuarrol with America. It Is, expected Hint tho decision will lead to now negotiations between America und Now Fnundhiud. Tho Morning Post, which wns alio only mornliiK P'M'er to tnko n pcRsl mlBtlo view of tlio award, says: "It would bo difficult to find a snore humiliating chapter In KnTslUli his tory than thia miurrol." NOW DOUBTFUL IflSWHir' iS&izfymwmw mBBa ik JlijttGmmBl t3BM j" jzMmfc&P m&M Mig 'irrntlMiiminn i u,Mmmmm 01,1,1 1 Vlr.no Vanutelll, top, Cardinal CiI.Iioiih, center and Arch bislmp I urit , tiinv famous prelates who in.' in attendance at the Kuch arlstlc CuiigiexH or llio.Koluun Catho lic chuich at Moutinil. Tlio' llrst mim ed is the special repreitclitlitlvo of Tope Plus X. In addition thero are some sun Archbishops und bshos frnni nil over the world. t6gether with 2II.0H0 iiilcsls nnd uuiiicroiiH lay visi tors Th,. Catholiis or tho city liave opened ulil,. thru' limit's to entertain the illHtluguMii'il clergy. Tho Cardlu als aro being cared Tor -by the Arch bishop of Mtiutieal personally. REPORT WILL Likely Vindicate Ballingcr. Such aro the Present Indications. ny United Tresa "Wlro. Minneapolis, Minn , Sept. S. The staudpat Kepiiblli an members of the Ilallltiger-l'luchiit congressional In vestigating committee iirn duteriiiliied to make tlie m.ijoritv report to con gress . v . That tho Denim ratio und. insurgent members or Hip committee, consti tuting a temporary majority, stole a man h on them by making public their views or It. A Hnllliigur yester day afternoon, they admit.' "So far as their real, effect Is con cerned, they niljcht as well -havo for mulated their reo!utrons on tho stri'M corner and told tin in to tho nearest polleeninn," said Seimtor" Sutherland of Utah, today. ScnntortSuthorlnnd and Itepresentative feOllll. of Mnssa chusttts. who leit the room Intending to stop further .i tni by breaking the (luoi'iim. both i -ud written state mentu following the meeting. ThebO slnteinriils wo-ntjonly to the frrm nt nroeedure and hielther con tained Intimation that thSj; verdict It self was imjint Yet there la ovory renson to bellevi thntbpth Senator Sutherland and Heprosontatlvo Mc Call will JoJit in Indicating Halllnser In tho iluul inajorit' report. Senator Knute Nelson saiit today that both nepienentatlvo plmatead of Pounsylvanla nnd l)enbypf Michigan will bo here when the (mniniltteo re oonvenes Frldio Sonaltdr. Fletcher and nopiesentalivo drabum, both nomocralH, ate iday fflrinlilatlng a report upholdhii: Urn Olaujind Pin chot chargo '"id which ;$!! probably be tho eoiiHiiiiieo's minority report The Hailing''!' fr,ea urn counting on a tlo vote on Friday Styiutor Hoot will not be here but Mu tlnal report to congress is expected: to lio favor able to llallliiger, for Sonators Flint nnd Hoot both have tha'prlvlegu or concurring In the report o'von If thoy don't attend Hie sesslotla hqro and both aro practically committed to Oallliiger. MAJORITY Objection And Starts a Kick in the Conservation CONGRESS WHICH PROMISES Trouble in the Near Future. Ho Says "the President was Humiliated .While Roosevelt Was Hon ored Beyond Measure. Now they Are TiMlng to Closo tho Congics this KvpiiIiir It Is Not Conservation, It Lm Politics." Uy llnlt-il PreH WIrn. Conservation hall, St. Paul, Minn., "rpt S"Th,. proilil-nt of the T'nlt I ttr-H wis humiliated nt thii con gress. His reception wns cool and not even his olllce wns honored, while Theodore Itoosevelt, n pilvate cltlz.-n was honored beyond measure," declnr id Henry llartner, urn oi tn. e.giu members of tho executive committee of the National Conservation congress nt a, specially called meeting of statf conservation commissions, befon. t!i opening of todav's session. "Now they're trying to closo tllu congress tills evening, twentv-four lours before the time sot for il.M.i., It In tho program. It wns not consor tia. c i bat tiiev ennit- here to talk wns politics. President Bnkcr of th conservation congress, has ben scheduled tn take the iilnco of nichiird A. Unlllnger. nnd I can prove It. It's tlnio tlinl we delegates 'took mutters In our hands nnd talk conservation In stead of politics." Ono result of Unrtncr's remnrkp was tb.it J. W. Whipple of New York City; Amos. I.,. Poudo, of Louis iana nnd Slate Forester Allen, of California, wero given fifteen minutes each at tho oiianlug of- today's ses sion to .talk against-politics In con servation. Hnrtner's charges In regard to linker havo caused sonic of tho dele gates to start a movement In favor of Captain .1. . White, of Kansas City, fur the presidency or (he as Hoelallon The supporters of White fctiy that the elforts of the congress oIUcIiiIm to end tho conference today Is part or tho politics to honor Baker and scorn President Taft. llartner presented a resolution which was adopted changing tho time for Iho election of olllcers and the presentation of the congress' resolu tions fi'iim this afternoon until S o'clock this evening. Judge Frank II. Short or Frnsno. tho governor'!! delegnto from Califor nia, spoko on tho conservation of capital. Judgo Short said hP spoko for "real money" and that h0 was employed by u considerable number of large water companies and electric companies. "As a man accumulates property." said Judge Short, "h(. heroines Just that much moro Interested In the houcbtv and Integrity of the govern ment '" Henry S. Graves, national forester delivered an address on "Tho Care of the National Forests." Major Edward James Mon roe Who at 88 Will Marry a Fourth time. By United l'res. Wire. Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. S Claiming to bo the son of James Monroe, fifth president el' tho United tales, Major Monroo, of this city, announced to dny that ho will marry soon, lie Is nln. ty-four and has outlived three wives, twelvo children and has sur vived three wars. 'A MOTHER'S LOVE" NOW ON BROADWAY flatten Press Wire Now York, Sept. S A play on the thenio of a mother's lovo has dropped In among tlio lurid theatrical concoc tions on Hroadwny and, If for no othor reason than Its novelty, critics bellevo It will hnvo n run. Tho piny, "Mother," by Jules Kckcrt Goodman bad Its Now York premier last night. Whether such ft tender title will ap peal to tho groat wbllo way strongly remains to bo cen. DEMOCRATS OPPOSE PAYNE-ALDRICH LAW Now Haven, Conn., Sept. 8. De claring that tho Democratic party Is needed, If only as a curb to tho Ito publicans nnd denouncing the Payur Aldrlch larllf, the Uomoer.itlo stato convention today adopted a platform advocating an extension of tho froo list and ii reduction In the tariff pn tho necessities of life Tho conven tion declared also In favor of direct primaries, popular election of sona tors und tho lucomo tax amendment DISCOURAGES .ft T 1 4 K " ...U.tfK ,j5. LYif- ' ' r.;. jtm VMJ&m.--& m !K.yr.r '- sm Mrs. Frances Juno Hradenburg, of New York, a former Kentucky belle, nnd n muilclnn of considerable note, who has applied to the state authori ties at Albany, N. Y. for n clinuf reur! llcenop, because rIio claims she hI'Iim t flenimi-trnli t4i.it imtld "killed in plin ilox .i il inn should h.' ilile ti run an nutunioldle In a d" tr.us manner. I run my own automo bile, nnd I hove foun.l thnt tii irt of gldlng nn nuto through the crowd ed streets or nvenues, Is nothing com pared to piano playing. "Did you" Mrs. Brnndenburg asks "ever hear of an automobile running over a i.rnn .when It ivi operated by a woman ' Xo wo aro moro careful than men Tho application ior a ;rone bv a wonnn, Is an lnnova tlnn To Roosevelt in the "Jun gle" Tonight in Chicago WHEN Wi Will SEE HIMSELF Pictured in Carfly a Big Sugar on tt& Elephant. With two Attendants Shoot ing a Tiger Noted Crowd to be In Attendance Including "Undo Joo"' And Scaly Hill I.orlincr or Hoodie Memory. Chicago. Sept. 8. Colonel Itoose velt will In- Hie guest of the Hamil ton club tonight and every moment of tho seven hours ho will be In the city will be busy. Tho former president will arrlvo at 4:C5 at tho Northwestern depot. He was met at Freeport at noon by a del egation or the Hamilton club headed by George W. DInoii. At the station automobiles will ho in waiting to carry tho party to the Congress hotel, where tho $7.51) a plate banquet will be given A record-breaking crowd is expected iat tho station and Assistant Chief of Pollco Scbuettlcr has planned tho po llco end of the affair so that It will bo Impossible for cranks to approach tho former president. There will he a rush for the hotel, ""! thero Is but a hair hour between tho arrival and tho banquet and tin is to be a dress affair. Thero will b. two banquets, In fact, as no banqu-1 hall in tho city Is large enough t- hold all thoso who desire seats. Ii Is expected that 597 guests will sit in tho gold room, where the guest of honor will bo seated, nnd 'J2 others will have to bo satlslled with seats In tho Pompellan room. Thero will In-forty-tlvo seated at the speakers' ta ole, among whom will be Secretary Norton, faffs prlvato tec-rotary; Fair banks, Senator Heverldge, Congress man Mckinley, Senators Lorlmer and umtnlns, nlso Speaker Cannon. r.illnw mn itii- 1 i ii. i'.. t in -i u il i I'lieptniu in ihv "Jungle ' ii. n Hiiohevolt enters the English room. ii will see hlmm-if pictured in enmU a huge sugar nnd glucose creation on an elophnnt on tho back of which will bo Roosevelt nnd two attondnm In Iho act of shooting n tiger. Tho elo iinnt will be mi a husi bank of ii.ilinx i, .it cinssi's iin.i irin this spot Itouhiitit will di ilv i' a second ad- Tie recoptl -n will last until nfler nn inuii. iii,n . l -i.el just tlmo . u.Mieii iii . iii i, i- m at X2:30 for III! In nn ti SOME CLlNKERS FOR A WEDDING DRESS By United Press Wire. Newport, It. I. Sept. S A mere tri fle of $00,000 for a wedding dress is by no means nn extraordinary ex penditure, according lo Miss Irono Sherman who will become tho bride of Lawrence, U. Glllesplo, tomorrow afternoon. She la th0 daughter of Mr. und Mrs. W. AVatta Sherman of Oihro Point, loading members or tho millionaire set and hor wedding wll bo ono of lio "events of tho season" hero. Tho rowii Is mndo In princess stylo, of Ivory satin aurora with n profusion of almost priceless uloncon Inco. Sbn has received presents valued at a million dollars, LC-rVtr -M.W7V.V - V 4i 33fr. & frigs VAf:i' AV a 4tmw.-tiV5rst-ai ty cgw - &3 RECEPTION to ps fifiny 10 UL dIVlN To Grifford Pinchot as "The Real Founder of this Great National Move- w ment." CONSERVATION THREATENED By Lack of Money And Op position of Antagonistic Interests. Warning Given of Vanish ing Timber Supply Yet Plenty of Land for Growth. Chief Forester Held Different Vlow From AVenthor Forester Monro of Influence of T'nrtq on Flow of Wnfee Caurfa. H.v United Preod IVJre. si l'fiul. .finn., feit. fc. "The n.i tiiiii.il tones ntnn.1 todn ax the grrni- -t il"iuririHtratioii of practical crm--r-i. 'i I Inn iinl .11 tin- monument lo thu ! 'I founder f,t4 this 'im-nt nnlloni' in itm.-nt. nifr.in! Pincboi " Willi .lip, trilnite, JlWJV flru v. npp. loud li PreMWfl'l 'J'amit. ,o ce ii I'lii'lnit ai chi fhirr, . l his n.Ui-.-ss before tile nailonnl '"Ji "r.itloii eonxrvs hrre toduy. ' ihi nuiion In thenfMned fy .i,'i; of in -nee anil hv opjiosltlftn tsrohi (bo-o iir Hint yioir IrrjUiVrtlille line.' ni.n be aP'reyiJfCCfeil, I- rs! - "fl 'li- "-sturn TOeoMft&'fJj'h- year i-iin luxlely thiiKSVifK pr-iprr " iii'tin ni nnd men, lorents t t- i..- i" i. ii-' tpoin tlr-- iindor the in- i ".'! vllmntle eiiiiilitlout', (lrJ"- - I-.. I I tn v mind," he eoi.itlnuf-d. ' rho 'nni .un-e and value of tho iieimt n-LVH- methorti vt folbifervtWion u-.i;. h 'liMeviecd JUld'i' eqhiitry .!! Hi. r ili-i Ide whcHlur i-wilHei-Vntl.'ii , ill n.ili In put into.. pnwHlce -jiiubiwojn 1 in- ri1 nam." . ' - r-i-' , 'irinii, irne tvarntn t the v.inhli '.K limbi-r Hiipply. Tln imuual n .i t!i In - ii.l ik only one. third l.'ie rin.iutii' i-. d iii.! il.-stroipil. Vol there I In the country onough land. Id tt,r silli ed to forest growth, than omthiiu, else, to produce, If rightly handled. all the timber needed by the iiuth n Without mentioning un.iug, Orav-.'s ' imbntted the statement- of Cn-.-r Willis U. Moore, of the' weAt'ifr h.m vice, who asserts that foreiif luv- i . c tfeet on the Mow er vtit , i..m ., ' lv i . inn .(,! itisinted iliftt He- m- i'i' ii'- 1 1'- t- -it i-irest -hitmen 'i p I.- I'li-itoii ,ir, io 'HlSfJIrii-iitK .ill- d. I elicit Hint the line tt r pr i i-i i lies on public hunt ,Vjn ) i" under i nl-llc control rtiift f Jii-Ih-m-that lhL can bo ncconipfelffi'l no . nn 'n ,--'(ent the uil.-i- I '-l i.f i ii Itnl t.- their dolnvopnieu',' tr '. O.'iii's 'AVhat Is most r -.1 :.i.. U cccpc.ralion with the p.ililie In UN nii'i-r by the wnter piiivr inlfr-n It .h.'y luid foreseen tn-u 'ii o m' 11: regulation is inevitable mil h:-.l cone loi.iard In the d'.'m- fplrit of i ouper-it on and aw.-ii." as ti ir b i ii fl oi.n by the lulllbr in mi m d it -ek ii i frosts, this pii.i.'ii w nld hnvi 1 1 en ge-ived far soo .v.'." S'.ii..i-imtion or nauoi.-'1 f vt n--sain luu already entered h M.c oi I'r.i- t'f ii application. AN ATHLETIC YOUNG WOIVEAN With two Strings to her Bow and One of them a Vanderbilt. Uv IMted Pr Wire. Newport, It. I . Sept. 8 It Is h. K- to l. r-i'.-oi- ,,ii, i , . rii... lm in. i. ii ,iv tlldt I ill' .1 l nn. the Cli li-lin ! millionaire. W Inn 1 ii.,iu uir iiunt in tile Ai-iM- eu-ili- l.'.itiiei lias been a coiisislenr n-lmlie. .1 athletic Miss Eleanorn R. Seins, advocate of uti.n uoslty for women, and hurried b.tv on his arrival from lhr frozen north to learn thnt Harold s. Vnndoitillt son of Mrs O U. P rjwliuont. turn been assiduously courting tho young woninn Voting Vanderbilt hns played tennis In a boiling sun. g-olf with ac tual sin ii and Jumped a few hurdle on a Iiiil-Iihk broncho Jusf to nhow Mlbs Scurf, tlmt lm wns "Sll there.'" Ilut when Rnim-v hurried here I in brouglit with him mnny pelts of Arc tic beasts thnt bad fallen before bis gun at least he told Miss Sears thoy bud, nnd now In. and Vanderbilt do not speak, whllo each tries to "out stay" tho other at the Sears mansion Tho announcement of tho engage ment of tho young athlete tq Hi moro strenuous of the two young men Is expected soon. HEAVY DEATH ROLL PROM THE FLOODS Dy United Press Wire. Oriinii, Austria, Sept. 8. Iteporta today trom various towns In tho Hood ed districts of Moravia Indicate that a heavy doath roll will result from the recent torrential rains. 31 1 i ..'vn '-jr.. t-'