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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
THE TYPOGRAPHY or style Of your advertisement very often makes It seen and remembered. THI ADVERTISER who say wn,t he doesn't believs wl'l find the pub lic do't bel e . what he says. TOLUMX XXXIX, NO. 2 5 CAIRO, ILL, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1907. ESTABLISHED IN lMt. MflGiLL CASE AIM LAW JACK THE BIPPEfl CUNNING M SENATOR BORAH THRILLS AUDIENCE DETROIT RACERS MAKE EAST TIE I . GENERAL TOPICi HAS PREFEBFNCE DOES BLOODY WORKi TAINTED BLOOD m TOWARD ELECTION TO BE HELD JULY 9fl WHEN CONGRESS WILL BE CHOSEN. PEOPLE OF CLINTON. ILL. AROUSED AND DIVIDED ON BOTH SIDES. STRENUOUS EFFORTS! CIRCUMSTANCES POINT Of Party Leac'rrs lo 3,iig Out a 819 Vote Less Than Ten Per C'nt of Popul.-.tion Have Registered. IN TRIAL OF SOLDIER WHO ACCI DENTALLY KILLED YOUNG WOMAN WHEN SHOOTING AT ESCAPING DESERTER. SERIES OF HORRIBLE CRIMES UPON YOUNG CHILDREN IN GERMAN CAPITAL. Strongly to Quilt of Prisoner -Daughter eBlieves Him Innocent Letters in Case Said to Be Fo-yed. Washing n July 20.-- Genera worth, ae lug Secretary jf War 1 a telegram from ( commanding the denartmenl elative 10 the accldent- .' Ill: today aeritl ONE DEAD; ONE DY NG SENSATIONAL CHARGES MADE BY COUNSEL FOR DEFENSE IN HAY PENSION COMMISSIONER WARNER AGAINST HIS STEP MOTHER AT CLINTON, ILL. Ss Clint hi WOOD CASE DRIVEN TO MUR MUR IN PROTEST. .Manila. July 20. The approach o' first Philippine general eiectio 1 on 1 July I'd when congress will he chosen ' la marked by c .: sidcrable apathy, ni spile 'of the stenuous efforts of the I 1 to bring in a big vote j u Ihe provinces Indicate 3,000, let; than ten p r Voting population. baVG Pour months ago t he in- re party leadi Reports ft than only tent of :h 1 1 gisterod dependent factor, tier the name 0 poared to contn the Progressives; party did not se. a following. The however, and tod be futile. The .sp'lt by factional nun in t,e 1 tin-1 "Nationalists" ap-1 1 the .situation an'l ! Secretary Taft's ol ' ! m to have much of ail nation is chang' d ly a prediction wiE j "Nationalists" hav fights. Clinton, 111., July 2C -With t tun of Frederick a Magi and hi 'oiing I. ride from San Diego, Cal A'kere they were ariestod to heir ol hone In this city, to answer th' ha ko of administering pohtoj to Ma fill's first wife. r to: est in the cs IBS greatly increase! and a Ur2 Ml!..:. Illinois is eagerly awn elopmenta, Opinion ii 1 of the former banlti I receh Carter, c ni the tak al killing, .Monday, at Kurt Brady, of EHIxabeth Clulenhead hv Pel vain nit. Ilytle, who had shoi at an escaping I deserter. Carter states that the civil .'authorities of gauli gte' Marie made j application for ihe delivery of Gil- i ,, lette. nit ne man vn olutu ..... , in DDI f , I the sheriff did not press J the victims w , . , 1 Wanner ch Third Danr.aroi.islv A, mutmil d,, f Of his Step 111 ol it uioc oiurrri roiice SIStion 1 1 Lynch Suspect Under Arrest Polic Draw Swords. III.. July 20 "tainted blood.'' which Penskn Commissioner ged courses In the vclm Mrs. Isabella Rob- FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE SEC BARON GRATTON WIN FROM ANGUS POINTER. rested end 'he was t:i military bt upon was being assured Berlin, July 20. -A scries of o!d Hided c:ime, singularly resembling g "Jack-thi-Ripper" murders but tor ttie lact that instead little g:i demand. women was to!- m itrl he ting the SCORES FOR YESTERDAY lowed by one of then this Del in the center of (hi tsed Intense excitement nn successively enticed three I, babies, the oldesl oily live, into I on tn 1 1 ri d has not be 'ti creditable 1 ti ii 1 1 1 ii ni .1! utaion. villanterte an I Hev itned hv prome court today. The action fase of Salcay is thought to ihe political death of Do.nlnai Saba )gp fi iti'l bis for: ion that hi due wholly to his dl opinion in marrying wa.- of anv r friend p: esenl never ! 1 serious 1 a i ii predica greg&r : his for National Lergue. Chicago, July 20 Boston won in a ard hitting and poor filedlng game. R ) I B 7 11 2 012 1 IToqf Lundgren, Pfehrter, Dnr- four IV ' and si a bbe vv. v 10 mum is aeau, aminer dying, tl:e hirl dangerously wounded. Th.- first knowledge of the crime; comma reu came when an occupant of o hniieo nt 1J..1-., ...,A n,.i Pal'O ...... ... u, ii., ivr cum I. Irtl 1 SIIOI'IS me ooi.y 01 ma: garaiie rrawuz; I eai.s old. in a doorway, bathed j od. the bowels protruding aid wcr part of the body horribly This was repotted to ih who were about to investigate 111 1 ;n CI ill in t!u sigeift r Go inez. the Nationalist leader. (Juim- induce. I Sukay and his followers to surrender and promised that Ihey biiould never be convicted. The assemble consists of si mem- r stenographer f a li of bis wife. ( ire a;e matiy per iitato to declare t th of the grave llnsi Magill, and i soon aft' Chicago Bostop Batter! ! ai cars, ap lor each rain red on and c; of the 1 ne letters purportl a nasis 01 one I 1 " " me aeai responds to thafWatures of the case American con- night d-eas was plnni the oilier h ind I ns who do not I lit belief in the harges brought is not to be de- hat there is strong clrcum-j I evidence against him. Letters Arouse Suspicion. o nave ni Moran; Lindaman, Doraerftod tans. Pittsburg irounds, no and i;ime. Philadelphia s Cincinnati. July 20. Cincinnati and New York game postponed by agreement. 11 a lie . n : ullar ro Mr. St. I n out in j game. July 20 errorles -Tltel ocais won ami Interesting rhi ippi will act a1' th1! ni to speak, read at Spanish and the 1 an among the r delegates. Secre the Philippines w My tipens. Me s. September l. com mi s on ier branch. Ability I write Efagllsh or operty qualification fiuirements for the iry Taft will visit en the first assem ls from Seattle on mm FOfl E COAL FAMINE ON ACCOUNT OF GOVERNMENT'S WITHDRAWAL OF COAL LANDS GREAT AREAS OF SUCH LANDS AVAILABLE. and giving u There we.e ions found. Itefsed to I daughter, 17 Miss Kay C. Mag: II. Tin. t nret Onr elf w ith is as to 1 other c of thes e Mineral nmnnlca was acl- P. II E 8 0 6 t 2 lis 1 1I1 it her t and a third to i second Mrs lei I 18 St. lul.s 3 Brockiyn 2 er and Uitter. Batteries Karger and Noonan; Ruckar and Uitter. Washing: on, July 20. Thai the cnal famine was neither necessary nor Im minent, is the opinion of Acting Sec retary Wood t uff of the Interior de partment. In a statement today he discussed the coal area, saying: "Not including great areas of lignite, which can be mined only af er more valuable coal deposits are exhausted, the geological survey has d lermined that there are townships west of South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas, aggregating over sixty mil lion acres, each township of which contains workable deposits of coal. Muring the present year the town ships containing more than twenty eight million acres, in which work able coal exists has been examined. When one remembers that these areas are conveniently situated with reference to transportation, and that VWry acre is subject to purchase un der coal land laws, that many thou sand acres have already passed Into private holding, it is not easy to see any coal famine next winter except as res-It of failure to mine the coal. "Of coal land still held by the gov ernment over 25,000,000 acres are held at the minimum prices of ten and twenty dollars per acre, over 221.000 at fifty, and over ,'0,000 at seventy-five." M'KEOWN IS TRE RIGHT MAN CAUGHT IN BAKERSFIELD. CAL.. IS WANTED IN WEBSTER CITY. IOWA. FOR ARSON AND EMBEZZLEMENT. Rakersfleld. Cab. July M . Oa tk M Keown. who was arrested here last n'ght on advices from Vbster City Iowa, in the charge of arfn and em hezzleme.it, admitted in the county jail todav that he is the man 'he Iowa authorities name In WtMsaff City h v an manaeer of the TV irlhweatert! Felt Shoe company. He deniea that he embe'lel any of t ie eompn funds t 'hat he is tesoonsibke tor th Are which deetrnyed the factory He wys that he is anxious to return to Iowa. nam, tenor of thes were the same. They exonerated Ma gill and Miss (i.aham from all blame. Miss Graham was mentioned as the best Mend Aii,i. Magi II hud. The ramer. mniRuier afffi xuxx rrriinafn were advised to slick to each other, and the daughter wa- told to approve everything her father did. Magill read these letters to many friends, but. no one outside of the coroner's jury has see;- them. The coiouer's inquest, at the behest of Magill. was conducted with Secrecy, the coroner refusing to make any details public, It is the theory of the states attorney that Magill. aided by Miss Graham, oncocted the letter scheme and that the woman wrote them al his dicta tion. Raiss His Last Cent. After the death of his wife and his decision lo marry Fay Graham, Magill who had already squandered a fortune made a final stand in the direction of a Money matif rs. Me sold his house '.ml lot. it is saitl. diew his last dollar from his father's e.-ta'e and got to gether .", (ion. With this money hf ind Miss Graham and his daughter. Miss Marguerite, left Clinton secretly on June 10 last. No one knew the lestination of the trio. Miss Graham, who is the daughter of respected residents of Clinton, led them to bo lieve that she was going to Chicago to secure work as a stenographer. Magill and Miss Graham were ma' led In Denver on July 5. They then proceeded to make a leisurely tour of the west. On July IS the pair were arrested ai San Diego, Cal. Roth de "lared that their trouble was the re sult of a conspiracy on the part of the family of ihe first Mis. Macili Circumstances of Woman's Death. The first Mis. Magill was Miss Pet Uandy of Dayton, Ohio. The couple were ma tired In 189. Mr-. Magill was a woman of happy disposition an 1 1 none of her friends had ever heard her say anything that would lead to he lellof that she contemplated tak-j ng her own life. On the eve line t May .10 Inst she and her husband m fa nt riding, antl they apparently wer n good humor and enjoying the oili ng The following mnrnir.g Mrs Ma ill was found dead In tied. The lm it- was found by MagiP. With his wife he had retired at the usual hour th oieeodinc night. He testified at the nqiiesi that- his wife had left the bed luring the night and eone to an ad 'lining room. After the body wa nurd the family physiean pronounc d Ame-ican League. R II E Philadelphia 4 11 I Chicago y 8 I Batteries- Plank and Pownrs; Ait when Uensl pel. live year similarly outt A man was somewhat wili tion given by taken 10 the j outside of the o be th lynch him inson Warner, was made the subjec of liual arguments in. the Doled War ner-wrj ca,' ibeire Clrcuil judgi Cochran today, Thd white haired w idow who i making a fgbt to gel a dower share :f the weal h of .1 hti Warner, ag?ri (gating 11,500,000, wits ,u court with her two daughters Mrs. Miujile Har ritton Hetiler, id' Chicago, and Mrs. j Arabella Warner Bell, of Clinton. 1 They listened attentively to Attorney Fuller who made argument in behalf I of Commissionei Warner, who is I seeking (0 prevent the step-mother fKM breaking ihe father's will. A' terney Fuller painted Mrs. Warner as lining siieu. a nsugnier or poor nts, who had drawn into h n meshes John Warui-i, the banker the evidence. Fuller insisted owed that Isabella Robinson had 111 nod a hasty marriatre. that, she did no! allow him to St'e her fnmllv for more than an hour on t he (It her marriage, May 2s, isti. Mrs. Warner emphatically savt CHAMPION OF CULTURE JONE OF CEER'S DRIVES Christianity, Law and Order, State j Responsible for Fastest Race Mile cf and People Haywood Flushed When Denounced as Crim inal Force Behind Fed eratton. Year, Winning By a Head Shaugran Wins Chamber of Commerce Consolation. Bolsi ii J. th iften daho. July 20. Th dance and arguments are ur a and tomorrow morning the jury willlme of tht be left to decide what penalty, if any William D. Hay wo d shall pay for al leged pari let pa I ion in a criminal con spitacy. resulting in the assassinnl ior of former Governor Frank Steunen terg. l"-e mil. Mich.. Jul v 20, Five evi-sniii pe iple at ihe (Jrosse Poirw noon saw the fastest i'iii t he free i'l.t.tc.n, ifttr Hi 1 pace one of rack race first heat of when Bar a the famous ' tonu Ml United Stales Senator Wliliam K Borah, engaged by Idaho as special counsel for the prosecution, spoko the lasi words tonight, Tomorr w morning Judge Fremont Wood will in ninu st'nct Ihe Jury, which Is expected I ' retire about 11 o'clock. The ct wd seeking aduilssi court room tonight broke nl in a murder trial in Idal hundred remained in the a head. The first quarter was n :29, Ihe half In l;fMj wfih t Pointer leading. Gratian t rail 1 ue Ki.eicn w lu re ueera set hi reports came that Bertha three rears old ami rciiv ifnl. irs old. had been found I n,,m r " ' r,m rn ttt' 1 , , 1 pi e-nilpl 1111 du :l 1 irresied who tallied the Indefinite de . r;p he children, at d w s 1 lice station. A crowd Station, believing him murderer, atempteti to I ml the police drew s words, j di .1 greemeni. waning h liter Ihe aged banker d about , the value of h statt The people then attempted the f tat ion. when ihe pris removed to central station, THIRD CAN FIENDS IN NEW YORK. It 1 1 K Boston 7 2 Detroit 1 C 4 Batteries Young. Shaw and Criger; Mullin and Schmidt. R II Washington 4 7 2 St. Louis 5 9 2 Batteries (iiraham, Falkenberg. Smith. Warner and Hayden. Howell. Dint'en and Spencer. R II B New York 5 10 I Cleveland 7 12 2 Batteries --Newton. Hogg and Tboin Rhiiades and Hemis. Second Game. New York Cleveland Batteries Moorti Thielman and Clark. and R H I . n T I ,. 8 10 2 Klelnow : Seventeen Litt'e Girls Assaulted Within Thirty Diys Palxe Are Powerless to Stop It. Ny Vork. J4y 20. -To the seniles girls which have happened daily of late and have exasperated the police and put the paren s in the outlying districts in an ugly mo id, were adtled today the cases of Virginia Baris'i, age 7 years, anil Annie Kalkowel; . age T ears. Police Commissioner Bingham has been driven to explain that his army of policemen is Insuffi cient to cope wilh Ihe particular species of degeneracy. He has warned parents not to allow the lit : lo (dies lo warder in Hie streets. the third ease today. Dennis O'Shea. Of Harlem, heard the sen aitis of his infant daughter and promptly 1. 1 at Jacob Neuman, age 52 years, into unconsciousnes-. Neuman was removed o Bellevue hospital. Within ::o days 17 cases of atsawll have been reported to the poRoe. DATE eor mm JOHN J. BROWN, OF VANDALIA, WILL CONTEST REPUBLICAN NOMINATION WjTH JAS. Special to The Bulletin. Springfield. III., July 20. Hon. John 1. Brown, of Vandalla. was a caller n Governor Deneen today and made the following statement to members Ua American Association. Columbus Uniisville AT WRECK INDUES T lot the press "I am a candidate for the Republi can nominal Ion for secretary of state and will make a formal unouncemenl next Monday." This makes three avowed candidal as for tliis office, the others being See ivtary of State Rose, of Pope county, a nil U . Srolt Cowan, of Carroll conn ;y. chief grain Inspector at Chicago. John j. Brown is past grand master of the Illinois Odd Fellows, and past fraad chancellor of the Knights of Pythias' of lllint Is. He was formerly a member of the house of representa tives of the Illinois legislature. to the 'ecords Two round1' f 1 when the doors closed after the morning seelon, and hours before the i' 1 doors opened again all approaches ' ! were bl eked. When ilnall eve'v i' jst .it. and Inch of space within the court room v as filled, several hun ' I'red s nod on the lawn under open windows (hat they might catch sen tences from the Impassioned plead ling of the y ng senator. Borah laid the foundation for his I argument lasl ninlit, This morning ; he began the analysis of the evidence tit c nflni' l himself to he murder ol iveriuir btcuneuherg and the con racy. He linked Orchard to Hay wood. Havwood to Slmpkins, Simo kins to Mover, Mover to Petti bone j (Then, selecting only the evidence of I witneses tor the defense, leaving! Orchard's confession out, be wove Ihe lives and moments of tliesw five met records. Incidentally clearing Up eV- ernl situations, be brought thes-1 members of the Western rederatlon ot Miners together. I hen he took Orchard away from Denver and brought him back again to Denver, headquarters of the Western a splendid manner at a tw gait, overhauled Angra The second heai wa? a rope- ia slower time and In ihe thirl Pointer tried to win front sec position but Baron Gratta-j tepped away. Angus Pointer hid von money over the field. The 2:08 trot showed Lillian R ihe en-atb n at Ihe close of the 19i)0 sei- The choice I Pointer jtitlon i ngus ir, Hi it first heat M1 tt that she made winning handili-. Chamber of Com bed- Da'n stlsnsap lis St. Paul . . . IndianaioliB Toledo Ten innings. Kansas City . , Milwaukee AMERICAN POLICY AT THE HAGUE CLASH BETWEEN GEN. PORTER AND BRITISH REPRESENTA TIVE IN WHICH FORMER STANDS UP FOR ROOSEVELT. Incpector Smith of Interstate Com merce Commission makes Criti cism Objects to Presence of Genera! Officers. GUNNERS DOALIFi NorthfRld. Mich., July 20 F. Smi h. inspector for the interstate Commerce Commission, was an inter ested witness today in the Pere Mrr que:te Salem wreck inqust. In I lb made a semiofficial trip to Northfield. and is expected to be present again when th inquest i. ri"iinnd Wednes day. the inspei or crltlclser the in quest, insisting that the general (fi eers of the I'ere Marque' le should not b present while the sutordinat"s are giving testimony. t PIES The Hague. July 26. The dlscu ; sioin of contratand iif war toiay oc- . ... . , . , , . i-asiiined a bre7e lietwe'n Ird Reav .aih du lo cnbitoform a bowl of the ... . , , . . . . -- - k; , . . , . (Bntish and General Porter, which ii.i a nun, Mill- 1 . . ..,,,, . . , atd with it. was found upon he.- ' R" 8 , , ., 71 . " routh. Killed Armenian Rug Merchant. Says Former Treasurer of Hunchakiit Socety B.amw Turkish Government Public Suspicion Aroused. The sudden death of Mrs Macili. re departnrp of Magill and Mits Gri 'iSin from Clinton and the news re 'eived of thejr early marriage caused ". ent of eoHsip in -heir horo town. The pressure of public opjrion ke came so strong that the .tstp a'to ey fe't force.) to take radical aeti m. le ordered an invest icition 1 1 li ma le into ihe c.reumstances of Mrs mented upon as an indicati n that thej Ango-Aineriean relations are beeo.Ti-! ing B rained. Ray exprewed aor-1 prise at the attitude of the I'niiell States, quoted various documents m j tably a note addressed by gecrtsrv of State Marcy. July 2S. 1S57. to :hel Russian mlnistT at Washington, em-1 ploying practically the same arg-i- I meats that Great Britain employs tvj day in fsvor of the abtdition ' f e 1 j traband. Per t r somewhat excite Py 1 New York. Jnlyt 2. -Rev. Isrcn Mar ogetsian. once ti-rasurer tt Hnchakist th Armenian ftocietv. which has fallen from th1 hish tae rf patriotism tei blackmail 'olay '1d the di"-icr attorney thr 'ho prc-rnl ins mas in fact inpii e1 t.j Armenians again?' a la At Sharpshooters Union Tournament G. Hefner Makes High Gun With 66 Scores in Second Day's Events. Milwaukee. July 20. In the second day's events of the Central Sharp shooters Union tournament the r Mow ing were qualifiers in the IM point shoot : A. C. Bargill of Highland, ill.: Wm. Fiinger. of Milwaukee; Davis 8troe. of Milw-aukee. J. F. Babsteds. of Da venport, Iowa; A. J. Wesli. of Mil waukee, lonisville Koch, of Highland III., and J. E. Schcrbony. of Itonti cello. In the union target shoot C. Hof ni r made the high gun. with 00 core". R. I'sslcker was second, with SI poin's. In the stitch target ahot C. W. Bauer hsd the beat score of thre hits out of three chances. The team contest, the pr.nripal event in tue tournament today was won by the Milwaukee squad, with a sc te of 1.225 points. New (Jlarii.s was second with 1.21" poin's. The shoot el. . t -mor:ow. JACOBS WINS SEMI FINALS. . f infi was in fact inspire.' ' ' Mr: lis --. W' . July 2C C,.- ge Hewitt, the Oshkosh state golf fham ptoa. was defeated this afternoon in the semi finals by Frank A. Ja o' S, -on. A! bl!"r of Janesville Magill a dea'h and in the meer.tire ' rT'"' ''"' h PUrrfA R'-?ev-.C , I more modern policy to Marcy's arm (Concluded om I lag.) latent. j Tt itral r 1 mer.t. whre tiitt I r socght to d:-Arrm-aiaus in thi- Big Metropcl'tan Psrk. irk, Nt Tela, are 4 allee jwh" defeated U T. Boyd of Milwa , Iff, will b tN other finalist. KnewtecOf ird Religion. 4 little pMlosophv tnr'tneth mass srfd to ath-!sm. but depth In pbilo orky hilTcth taeu s n.iod about to wlit.a L.- Federa; ion. This was done carefully almost monotonously, Than Borah'i voice and manner changed. His volet quUering, hand upraised, flngtrs out stretched, he shouted: "Watch them now ! Watch the fiv conspirators! Steuneiiberg is to die in thirty days ami they are moving on the scene!" The dramatic intirances and the tense figure sent thrill throagl the court n 0111. Fur ten seconds there was sileiice. Then, relaxing, Borah continued with merciless logic. He brought Davis. Copley, Adams. East erly, all mwnsbefl of the Western Fed eraiion into touch wi'h Orchard Without a pause, lie drew picture after picture of ihe men, associating at various points. Fresh from everv Crime he brought. Orchard back "Home " Denver," then leaned to ward Ho' jrry to ask: "Why always back '11 Denver, unless to find there the protection and pay of his em ployers?" All things sneered nt by the conn sal for the defense were strongly up held. Counsel for the defense were driven Into a murmur of protest un der the sarcasm of the senator In whom culture. Christianity law and order. r linemen, kome and country fund a ready champion. The state of Idaho iu peaple and i s chief ex tea tlVe i;iven brilliant eulogy. I'nder it all. Haywood showed per haps the least emotion. At ttasM h' face flushed, more than once paled as Borah ointed an accusing flng-r ai the man who, he said, "was th" criminal force behind ihe Wesern Federation of Miners." Mis. Steunen erg. widow of th dead governor, attended the mornina sessien. but left, early almost pros trated by emotion. Haywood's mo'h er also lef' the ro rt room in tear-, but soon returned to her accustomed place beside the invalid wife. Borah's proration delivered in quiet, almost pleading tones, was in strona contra t to the harsher voice in which he spoke of Darrow's argu men' of jiistifica'ion. "If." ha said, "ihe state has pointej it to you men who were concerned in the execution of this awful crime. hen. in the name of manhood and wo manhood of Idaho, do your duty without fear f any man or any favor 'o any man. Lt n be brave in this -iipreme moment If 'he defendant is innocent, let him go free, b-.it Ifi art. then let him take the punishment Jin. 10 be I s fine was even an 1 in linn R noted so ; hose (n frocl brea Shaie inn a m ih nerce ecnso.atlon in straight i thou 1 a great ileal of trouhl v. die favorite was unable lo measure strides with him. The free for all pace for 1,500 ha I four starters, Baron Orattan, 1. i. 1. Angus Pointer 2. 2, 2. Argo Boy. .'!. 3, 3. Ihe 8:16 trol for $1,000 had starters. Lolta (formerly Lady ThM'o I I. ruiiiiiity mEA ... . .. Time. 3:05, The 2:13 pace for Ihe Chamber of Ymimerce Consolation of fl.ftt) lad ix star ers. Shaugran. 1, 1, I. Dan S , 1 B, 2. Billy Seal I, 2, 3. Time. 2:0SU. The 2:08 trot fci arters. Lillian R . 1, I. 1. Turley. 2. 2, 3. Charley Hidden. (I Time 2:0814. 12 I. $1,500 had MART ARE HEALED OF INFIRMITIES T NINTH DAYS' SESSION OF NOVENA. AT SHRINE OF ST. ANNE THOUSANDS OF SPEC TATORS SEE CHANGES. Kankakee. III.. July 2G. Thousands if spectators of the ninth d iys' ses tion of Novena at the Shrine of St. Anne today saw several persons ari n the St. Joseph's church, announce 'ha' they had h en healed ,,f their in- Irmities. Mar Pierce, age 18 yearn. f Delphi, Indiana, said that she hJ ieen afflicted with paralysis f r four vears. and was unahle to walk She left the ch rch without support Dai.- l.amond ef Kankakee who has lieen almost id I ad foi :!? years, said hat she was able to read wltho'it -ihlSSI :'. (ieorge Neary. of ls Va'lon. la . SWi Michael McCormlck of Kinsman. III., who both said that they ha been cripples from childhood, walk ed from the church today and said hat It was 'he first time that they hail walked since infancy SWIMMIHGHECORD Made at the J m -tow-i Expos t on Aquatic Events in Fifty Vara Contest Record Broken. Nrfold. Va.. July 2.- The featirret f the aquatic events todxy et h' famesfown exptwition were the reeking of the world's record Is nftv yards by C it. Faale'a. of iw York, and the dead beet letweear C. C. Meneel of Yale, and Ge hat the law prescribes. You have h Chicaaxi Atneletle as a higher dnt.. to perform than was ever aked of anv J-ry in Idaho. Sora- f you meti stood the test In (Concluded oa Second Page.) the 8 SO yards junior coatosC swam fifty yards In ;; 3:. Handy, of Cwtcago easily mile race, also the 210 rardi hseaa stroke rare. IV Blew H J.