Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on July 3, 1921 · Page 2
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KOCni:STi:iU)EMOCKAT AND CJIKOXICLE. SUNDAY, .in,Y l!LM. 1 jthrl himself to(hr iria and although tb roiitid waa undoubtedly Far-p.ntier'e on agi-riii. and (If in Idow lndd, ihr wa nl tli lirhi-t awidencia I bat irniey had lwu knrt hj I'arpenlirr ninJira Jack Folio! Oooi . II Jm nut of nl minor It th Ml J for the third rniiad wiia ry ideni ( .f in Intern Ion l flinrh III l'lll. With : II menacing ),! on bia Haik lrMre, j h. Mlnw.d 'ipiiier about Id ring j th latter Mir eiopped nil diuked lh I )tm(M in en endeamr to -rr th. i fhalb'Mror. Omu Ling low tint with j body a n't Iku a-mgiug fmm aid. In aid hi- rrr.'.t after 'arprntler until h j c(Lt biro nn ih rope, near I ii'Miml ! . J I..... .t.. I.... l.l..k "rfirr pnni.f-fc.aninoi-.i.T.iff-ii'i presaged th. end. Thoi. lull o,utl)n In lli nilnda ! !' t i f ll . Idaho, July '.' ,lr. 4f th. Itior. eip.rl amen,- In ap. talora Kal Id hard, n il, m ih-t I"' la th iiltiin.t miteon.. i lurrr, if Motile'ln. Nevada, wbei inn larpi-ntier, wlih hia apee nf font i Hir turn who ,i.i-rtr.y ki.li.pi her ronfidenc ahtlre, blond rmiiiiti ,o. aie under airt. ''irri nir In a Socialist Woman Lecturer Rounds Up Her Captors Kate O'Hare Turning Tables on Alleged Kidnapers. CONGRESS SEEMS KIND O SUSPICIOUS OF IT rwiM I ? I : r T"l 'Tin-M Tmi I t from, hn am and nm.itli nl a gb mar hi hei lr on looked like a hunted aniaial j . An Avnglng Nmia. Timp-y without mwjr and lik an ai(iiif nenn-i waa puni-hlh: Hi JVip I itun, ami Ilia hell at th n'l of h third round found. I'arponiier In a iiii hrlple condition on th rnp, av'l fit in a son. I. mil by Ih (ni(. Th fourth and hnal raund waa on completed aad th pi. tin presorted by ( arintir, hlplaa no th floor, aad Ina tiinnd hndlor In hi rumor, la anaikod mt ra .t to Hi imrm a telegram. II. II. I rridlii im. apiinr ltr .Mra. O'llarf'a nipr'aian' ltre aaid br tr,in in day finm Mr". H ilar Mr ll llai liad aipaN'l In ih l.i.i iTiior f X'ad for prm imii, ''iillni In llm nii"it. lr. Hilar irlrad M Mnhl'-I!" iral linura aflrr tli a laUrn fmin 'l ii Kl. and al niio had hr nlli-d lildlinpri arrald hy a di-iniif liiifl, a'i iinltrif In nrd r''c'wd hrf. M'n Kidnap Woman, Mr. Illltrf n l,li-n fimn llii' ' ! Iinliii. nf II II l-'ttHitifiii u h, i I, .ill nl "nun in rrrnminan, tam-i-d for hi r li, ihliwr a l-lur at rnirrni in riiiji. rarptilir a (rat fn rotor th ;vli " l"t p'igllialic aiiiihlihair at p. m. II anr a gray ailk datli rd rr hit whit nlk trimka aad amill and wairliad an airplan filing mor In. hrad nith th iitmnat imKorii. At H . m. ahan Ih rhampinii fullnwril, woarini- a dark niarnnn i-nat moaior and vhil Irnnka. .Manasr iariiipa a fnaar almiii th lianilnvint on Jionni- r' haoda which aa twlra aa hoavr aa that whlik ( ar(irntir himarlf nnnd abnut bit a ita. Battl Karta 3.11, 'lhr ma litilo drlar In tho nanal rolimjiarira, and al .'( IS th t"i't railed tb inoit lo tli rntr ol Ih riua lor th rhainpinnhli taitl. ThlrtMB miniiiri la tor th groat lnlr-aali maj maiih. Iira l(J-d tbrnnghmit lh Tnrld, ovr, and Carpontirr laring lillf rarnod, llf Hraggnl In hia irMf ! th p4lut and hia annuila. Ilflploaa $ti grngxr and nitn a I.IixhI marij ar, bo did not roaonililo In tli lifhloat partn-ular Ih aiiprr mondi-nt hlletigr of a frir minuioa lrfir. Arroaa Hia ring Jark Iimpaoy aat in hia rorni-r, nitli not a mark n fai or loxlr. Ira ihiii, I loarampa ' aa nun-lalrritif lo ilia rruahod Idol aa lio nMw and rbaltrd iu uch. Wba finally a arponurr roam inn aa tKrod toward tho ronlT of tha ring and th pn-ll'-a and ring olhrial aooing hia rnndilion, atipportH him while liompaer aprang from bia rliHil and running to moot bia rlofoalod opmnont, graapod hia hand and -tgtatulatod biiu oti hia gamnna and t'oimg ability, A momont Jatr th prinHpala had lft Ih ring and th ' Hght of ih roninry" had boonm ring biamry. In th ah-irt (rind o( tli rontfat it waa ahnwa ron-duairrly (bat tarponticr in tin way eoltipirod to Jiomiiaoy aa a lighting ma. cbio. Actual Ilghtinit Counta. riirigon, a.oorlr of foot, and with a lightning ik rapior blow bo prnvod tn a clover hir with a modorai punrh. Againat th man killing amaahoa of lrnpy all hi (kill and apood fdo away iu t..g drrnr aim. It waa but annthor drmon.tration ,,f th fultiltitr of 'I in I alia 1'iiiUv iiiiibi. Id duo tint fur lh loi'ttio in a i, nn-n pi"'arod at tho r'rioilboini liniiio and i"ii'tly ro mo-oil Mr a. II llm n an anliiiiinl'ilo, 1 jtol ti'ixirla f i ..in I l.illitif, Mi ii.i, J j mum loiniy Inlloa annlll or I in rla, j nin mat oarrai aiili.iii..l, c paM . Ihrnii.'h Hi. Hi. tor rapiillr hra.l.d annlh, Mra. II Hnro aa p,ir.l..tiod l.r 'ronlnl i Vilann aflor alio liad i..tw. It mmiilia j of a aonlrn. fur ililncring a aproidi J "birh waa bold a li.ilalinn of tb Kaj'inna la.. , j IRELAND TO HONOR I AMERICAN FLAG ON ! INDEPENDENCE DAY liililin. .Inly 2. ir.y Th Aaawiaioil I Pra.i-Kamniin I' Valora, Ih Inali I Itopuliljran loador, in bobalf of tho Paily f Kiroann, or Irnh Kopuhljran pat liatnont, iaaunl a prnidainatlnn to day alating that on th Fourth of July tho (lag nf ; lb l nUo.1 fllaloa will ro.-oiio ollnial honor Ihrmighoiit Irolatid. j Tbia honor will ho gnon, tbo iirm-lamaiinn aaya, "in ai.ro.itnm of lb aympalhy and aid givon mtr pooplo hv thair fiiotiila in tho I n i I ! ,inli., and a. Iho roiogniaod a. ml.nl thrniitflimit th ,,.. i,,,,,,,,.,, , imrr., .nrt i-,,,,,,,,. world of tb. prin.iil. for wlij.h wo ar.j Wa.hington, July li Th 1 'flora I righting, namol.r, that g..orn!n. t( do- j j,,,,, (, ' rpl .r f ri.a thoirJu.l pii.rra from Ih. I'nnaont ; (,,., , , .irft,.,or of TVIT " ! h,",':'. 1" ' doti-rin, nation tn nil ilonn , 1 gnvotaniont otpondituroa dnra not pro- j i.o to ahinr any partiality, nut nun to i ilbo IVohiliiimn l.nfnrooiiipni Huioau SCHOOLS OUGHT TO AMERICANIZE . BY CLEANLINESS I Attractiveness Urged in Buildings to Impress Pupils. WOMAN EXPLAINS DOINGS DOWN AT GREAT BIG BATTLE wmimhi mm HAi.t oMr. j th. It.r. ' nmy tn Oiloagn, Ju'y J.-S.-h...l h'tlMlnga j ahould Aiuoriranlro by ai" i f h'for. . hildron atandarda of i Jo.-in'innaa, a'tra'-. jtivonoa., and aaiiiaiu.ii'. .Nn'hor A"'r- b an tir f ; il t) N..rn i-h,.lrn ahould bo . poa. In ;ho oilo. f of ,tin ilaly in j a. honk wiili grin,y wa!!a and ilirty I Monra. j TJioa w oro out' t ruling foatuira In roe. I ommoiidaliona nia.l h U'l'liam T. M ! I 'or, vioo prriii..it of t' Aitiom an I'd-j ratinn of Tia-hora, in rati'lormtf tn lb . f'hii-aj'i ll'sh S' hi. I'imIi rnfion bia ro- port of tho Ij-iith t 'onforon. of th oreaninl nn ho d roorniiy In Vabin- ton, 1 1. r. "l ir achool p'anta ahould ! mod'a ) f f mn,oiit. Jn! n H". h fltrattnn, awora ih ap..rt whi.h ho; la rti at. tontma nf th world tuoiny, II. a brow ha I. out, hia koon ifrar oi la boat::. fon j in lb t"t of hia tan a.uiilworn tlior aotu a hint f iliaapprotal. H la tn-jiioao-l at baling tn aoarrh f h.a aoat. Not long haa )i tn wait fnr tha tMt for b;a aonnon! I llarii'y haa h tikon h a p!o wilon ' llio tir-t atrotiuoiia fi.'ht.ng of th ?? i Ihril'a tlio f;ina and ili-- la'i tb It-lator. Slim Jor Oota K. 0. j Jooy Moirn, a aliui youth In win-I roloro.k tirnrnit, i b.ajt'ff kno.'lfo.l ! Ibroutli th Mpoa l.y Hab Hriin. Tlnxigh Jo ia put nut in th fi1"'ti round, ' h i g.aino an I J dooan'f llioa th I r.'roo whon io ia told that "h hta 1 takon onnoth pnnialiniont for th a fim I A abfht ilnr'l haa lurnod tn tam ;with th ap"'aran. of a burning" un. Sh!ditig of at aud ta ia th or-lor nf noatnoaa and aannation." h aaid. , "Th riiafing ltrinration of tbo a.'l.... I ayatoiti thronihout ih roiintrr in a to It. j iiiiporativ that tomhora ihomaon o a. jtabliali atatt'larda doairabl f..r afhonl i bni din.'a. W not with rz,ot that ! pupila and toai hora ar l.'oiiiing a j tonid to aitrrniiiidmga bolow Hi. aland j aula of Ihoir hniiio rnaironniont. Th ao. ial mon' w ao in lli i aituation la ! that tbo pablii- a. Imol will not mntiniio ( tn ). a i i I too, 1. 1 ,nt a ai uibol nf dot; ! radatmn. i S' undo i da for School. 'Tho following atandard for a.linol I Imildinga wor aiibniitio.1 fnr adoption by 'toaihora Ihmnirlinut ih I'ni'od M'ara: "lioai rooma fnr gitl and toaibora. j ' I.un' h rnnm for pupila and loa.-hora. j "I'lnthing r'naota with a.-ilitioa for! Irving and roiitilation. i I 'Iiiinking fnitntaina an duatd that; i info, tinn from this anur.- w ill b itn- i poa!h. j "Hot wfr, liquid or pnarlorod aoapj I ' Ahanlmoiy aanitary conditinna In ' foiVta. i ! "Thoroiiffh r!oning f olaaa ronnn at iont ono a tiionui. t,.n,nnta .a onnuoniiipni or ll or r;aaa room . pliitf irui "DRY" COMMISSIONER RENAISSANCE IN TO "INFORM DAWES WHERE MONEY GOES Th Prohibition Hun-nit, it waa loarnodl innt in Ih mark ot by tli Italy's Condition Limist Its Earthquake Repairs Homo, .inly, '. In tn laat im'i. today, innt to Ih mark not by yrara, during whlrli poiiod I tit tr j Proidoiit for 11 govi-rniin-iit fiiu.liona bon atrii kmi by ailh'Uiiko tliirtoon i ,! rmn, -hronfh w ith an oatinmto for timoa, tho Italian gnvornmoiit haa I""lt tho Innlgot diiootor of ovpondiluroa for :"J.",,IMK),IKI liro In ropaira in th tnl-i , llrkt Tr (hl, ,r, o..-nlial and an hio prorinooa, ini liiding mor than l.iaa) j n,,r otiiuito nf aavinra ihnt ran b Innna and villa-!, whioh hav aOfTorcl f,,,,,, ,o apprniuiaiioiia. from tho diaaator. Thia aitin I Aliu- j hiroclnr liowo. thinka that T . T. fW ) iv nf tho ninounta apout for th rix on- ; i,,,h tn), f v,, h i h 1 1 ion EDUCATION FOR UNITED STATES Educational Leaders Forcing Public to Wake Up. apprnprlalod for onforroiiionf for fiaial yoar whi'h bogan yatrdr tho ia atruotinn of publio builduiifa ip'atruri rt Moaaina and Hoggin Calabria. In rlw or Ih grav i oinlilioua nt mo , ,(t of ,10n --0 pottnittod fn pond piiblir- nnamea nu of Iho proont blfVtt mnvh manoy t ,omniiaaionr Ilarnoa ooat of tiiatoriaia, in Rovornmoin .on- ; .,, ,M ,,u , ,),. ,. airlora il tlio i.flrt of rtrll.lf.ll'0 In hunt tilt' ,t. 1....1...., 1. t....:,;.i 1.. -I... . . - , lor ii.oi t'i 111a 1 11 ia ;io)Niiiiii', rlrnfa whon nppoaod to a t.i.l fight- bualgot r.juo-)la for Iho roiillnuation if , RAILWAY EMPLOYEES DISCOUNTING TALK OF RIKE ACTION I'liiraso, July 2.-- l.omlor of'th aU nrgatiixatiiina of railway rniployroa whii'h aro In rotiforoiu lioro to di-oido nn a jilnn of a.-lion nn th wacn i'ut w hii'h liooamo h'tir yotordny did not roaoh ilofinit ronoluaiona l day. Th trrnd, lion over, npprai i'd lo b atrongly low ard iiiodiation and lo ln ard talk of a atriko, , 1 without natural lizht and pur air, I 'inaiatoni' upon ayatin of Tnli!a-llion. hoating, and awoopiug whbh dn not ' dry up or oonfanrgaio tho air. I "Maintonano nf no.ld ropaira with-I in bui'iline an i of a noat appoaran- jotltaid. I Striot conformity (n rogulatinna atih-i Iiaiio.1 by tho n- dopartmont. j "Only aa Atnri'-an lo.ii-hora aot tho .atandard that ai'hnol hnildinv ahall bo ! aaf and i-io.in ran thov bo aaid to por-i form thoir duty in ta-hinff rivira. Tho j buildiiik w ill apoak lomlor than tho ' torn hor. H.ta fly ihi. k and faaf: T- an-l or h. f tn on tliat 'aTutior lo rnt g. tho limit; twrn-y to fifty that h wilt la -r only 1 1 ro in.la. too to on that h wi I b kno. kl out in tb firat - and ao on. , Al Iinaaioo of aioral hundrol worn-on oa'iaoa a at'r until If ia dia-or.rod that thov bat not rum tn wifnoaa th Hcht but t-' mN-'U f'liula for St. Kran.-ia lloa;.!a!. Piitat tafb-uffi indvlgo.1 In br tag fna wlu.ao pinion ditTor on ra-rio'i aiibjo, ta proroa a aid iaau whii t'ii ht-a v w oiiiiir who roaotublo goril-laa. ar tryiiv fn prnr whi-h ia tho bottor inao. i'olio ipiiokly and quitl prauad th obatroporona indiri'lua a out!.l tb r.ng tn an'':.lo. Tho g'at ui'niont arrina. Iiil'j tlio lirg an imnionao horaoht of flow ota ia hroit.-hr. Annnunooa Jl inipbroi a, !m jm,,r man. narrnwl oacaprd a atrok of pnp:.r, ahon'a tin? w ord. Tho w aited for champion aio apprnarhitig. Sn-.lMnj 0or(fs Arrlv. t'arpentior. I'raniVa miling brn, girbod in 11 ciny batiirnb. with bin i-ulT. ia giiardod by a rtinn of af- 1a ho mako h' way tn tbo which 1 tn . th -oti of II ilulu. T. 11 July 2. Thor baa I'niiin o'tlvoa adtniltoil that tlioy j I oon an unuaunl add aomowhat myator-nr-ro lonfioiitod with a prnhlom and . loua oxndua f Japanoao from Hawaii that Ita aolntmn might bo a alow prn.-a, tbia yoaa. If thoy i-nntinit tn loav tbi but tan ill llioy aaw nn roaaon to worry j ti rrilnry for Japan at tho prt-ai-nl rat about tho nutoomi-, , aiiKi;ration na to! Hi liiotlm.l that tbo luiimia unt-lit fol- : low in doaling ilji tho rna-la ia ovporl-j (d l bo ofTirod anon by Iho coinniittoo nf hv oioi-iitivoa appoint)! yol)-rdny.,j Thia riuiuiiit'i'o will attoinpt to pro-: nianagm- of tho b.T1 oflir-o of tho Tom Kiacn Kaiab Stoaniahip Conipanr, i Iho lush rvasoa and bouusoa jiiil to ing. Kiimml up In a fow worila, ('arpon-tior w aa outflaa,f hrn liompary por- iald In lighting Inanlo th Krpnihman'a flying arm. Had bo oloito.1 to try and hoi with Carpoaitlor iho nd might havo bn (Moroni. Hut !ompoy 1, a light) and fought th only way ho know, how, Againat that atlark. Tarpontior. Km and akillful aa h uniluubirdly ia, waa a bain man from the atari, AJtot tha main bout waa ovor th barjweighta Hilly Mi. to and Jark Itonault furoiahod tli rrniaining apo t a tori with an oichtj round contoat in which lb honora wr oron. WEALTHYMATTS SON GETS NEW TRIAL FOR ALLEGED INSANITY III ror-natru turn work to aum ati-1 ninloil tin 1 a. ai r for th liiiibling In lie f'riiiiiilihod in on yoar, j Alx.ul 0110 fifth lit lb. a aum will ho uaod for tho building of ligrjaika and) rnltaBon In rahunao Iho population tiurb' . hnmoloa by oarlhipiakoa, T only-four million Jiro la ronaiilorod noooohary fm ; lb lonairiiflion of tbrao dvvollinga, and. Ih au,n of vs lumiaKl ,r th ralnna-lion for tho rontinliRlion of uthor worka nf ri'inliatruollon. Condond Callrg;t'aiiii. Th t'roh Slovnkian gnvrnniont hn Th anl opiortunily nmr romaining fnr taki-n atopa to incrona Ilia prodnrtinn H atuli-ror i that lini otnor Sinnll w ill of radium from Iho min at .larhvnmv. ntotw on but thia l an troioolv ri-mot Carl Wanderer Held to Be Sane by Jury I'libaxu. July 'J. - I'iiiI Wandoror, tilldo miinloror, o.xhaualod hia lnf lrii, ill hia i-fforta to ilodtrx tho gnllowa indii;, ban Ih jury that hn boon hearing hia do of inannily, di-ridod in Ir-aa than oni-hour that h mi anno and iiiiki banic. T o niiinil)' flor Iho ilonsion had loin liniiilod fn, JudtTo I 'hi id. aot Hi d;iv of ovoiiitinn for Kriilay, July 'Jinh. MiHiigaa City, Jnd., July 2.--harlo Biford, mrnibi-r of a prominent Hrnok-iyn family, who a ariitonri-d m frnm inr to liv yrara in th Indiana lie ! inrmatory following hia pbn o guilty to tba rhargo of noiiliiisr an nutomolnlr waa tn-dny granted uev trial and held t th Oi-lnbor (Jrand Jury. Voting Hedfnt-d'a father ia Ih aon of I-.dward T, Hodfnrd. Krooklvn i-ipnaliat and eliibman and eoiuin nf A. I'. Hod fnrd, hirmn of th boar-d of direc for of th Standard nil eompunr of w Jmy, Atlnriioy ronrontiur llodfnr,! .0. por liafnr .tiidg Cnimpaekar to-day and tiled an affidavit sotting forth Hint young Bwiford ia not montally enmpeient t ntr a pli-a of guilty or othorwla ',!"''ourt a new trial and held Jlodlord under too thnuaaud dollar nnd for hi appearsne,, hera (iitoboi J2th. l'lrdy In Belleport, V. V,, Hod ford mother te,l that th vouth had lioeom niftntally nnbalaneH ftor a so-rlou ilJna and bad apent almoat a -rear at. Bloomingdal Aa.vlnm end had" ... ePi from hi pliysirian, in Chi, a,,,, . i The proai-ut prodiDtion la plaiod at two grama yearly. A "ahoppera' aervLo" baa been in-atltiilod by an airplane rnmpnny enabling women to li-nv London in lh miirnlng, hav tine or four hour In Pari, and rejurn hum in lime or dinner. It ia reported that (he Kuaalan anvlet railronda aro threafonod with afoppas be.aiio of a ahnrlaue of pena, pen-ila and paper, A negro woman nl Jnhaiineaburg, South Afrba, baa boon rbargod with ranging Iho deiith nf a it fincereil (hlld. Aei-nrdinff lo her own at.iienient. ahe nil the otra finsota off both band. I'ilireiia nf f'hiiatinnia have handed tn Iho l-'renoli miniator In Sweden iKl.-'aa-l fmnea enllo, ted fnr Ih reatnrntinn rf Raima eathliiil. All Aittrian dniiora reeently railed ) a four hour atrik In preleat afrairnt hoio a Iho liovernor haa made, it vrvy i lear aevoral tiinea that h h.-i no avm-patby with innnlrr or other i-riuiiimla. Ite, Moinea, la., July 2 Preeminent among th many faetnr that ahould be montinl in Ih dueational program of lb year ia I lie ai nuaml Inli-i eat in edu-)iilioii itaelf, Mra. Kannio lem Andrew a, of Koaton, told Ih National Kilucatioii AaaiD-ialion her to '-day, "W might alinoat apeak nf an eduea-tlonal renniaaaiire," Mra, Andrew aaid, ' Kilinntion leaiiera have heroine leaden in i-'luoational progroaa; they have diroetor nf j "'rren " pui.in- tn loi-ogmritH the itn - porta id-. ).r that filmaii hi 111 a new and different light: Ihey have e-labliahed the belief that iuition haa aoi-ial, i-i)inouiii-and pulilirnl I ulna- that lb atabilily of Iho country rea u eduiation." Mra Andrew addid. -In Hie tuidar nf o- ! lh iioniii- iloproasiiiii 11 ud ni.ibl unbeaval. i Ihey ha 1I1-111H 11.1 01 1 inure iiioiu-v for the 1 a, bonla, mid liny bnv iiuivim-eil Ih publiir that Hie gri-Mtoat fiiiaiieial aaaef uf a eniiiitiy, ri-gardleaa if th moral avet, la an edumted jieoplo. More Money Required. "A rview of tb pilueational )egi!a-lion during the paat year ia a atriking i-,ior. - ,- 1 11 is noi i- . 1 no rf-onnrrv -...i- o ... . . . . ennnot afford not m apend money for the Hnffaln, July 2,-Trappo,l hy ,vral j ' ' A ne,enmnt or i -Bdeqiiate orluatinn of all ita .hildreii. j men in n botiae nhieh he had been fry-, i'-an Marine have been iandd at Iatmd. "Th lieiorniinatlon to give every boy ' Ing In rob. an iinidentiHi-d man tn-day, (mm about fifty iiiilra aoutheaat of anl girl a riianre. to a.-e that th eleven i bot hiniaeif. He may die. At lb hoa-. Onmantinopl in Aain Minor, for the million rural hool .bildr.'ii have om.or- ! pitr.1 where he waa taken be refnaed tn ' . nr,,. .,.-.,. ll, Ulllloillg. lip (in-re he i-laap hia alond'- lianda hig'i aibove bia golden, ahorn bead, which naiiall.v la lio nn tied by li;g aiiky In.-ka. and aon la tn hi admiron an imaginary hand rlaap. Iiempaoy n.mo next, au!!en and grim. Cnliko the ofh)-r figliterv he dnea not wear a b;tthrob. Ilia ennrmnna kiimibler ate mrorl with a dark roil awe.-iti-r. whi'h partly bidoa In whit ( ailk trunka. Dentpaay Rugged Bulldog;. j peiiipai-y ia like a fugged bulldog. I "arpi-ntier like a lithe gra.vhoiind. ! While the tan fighter poao for tlio pio-' lure men, Ciirpentior I00V atraig'it at the ehamp, hia never-failing amile rur.T-! ing hia bpa, hut Jlenipaey glower at the I'limeia, never glanring into the eyea ' n!' the i-lmlienger. I Ii'm Iihiii p, th' I'Venoh l'u;bter'a train-; or, reaotnb!eM a riiitie. doll. He apiii- : like a toy Inn with rii'iteinent. II tb eioeaa of ).u.nrtnrea over arrival ' i.ai.ea i,vr 1 1,1.10. oi- hilo 1 ho cliani nion will be 4.112 by the end f IfllM, i- ' inlifK'a the tflpi' )in the band whi' h ar i-ording tn an estimate by T. Okl. aotini , t,, bri-ik the lienrt of K ranee' sporting Mystery in Exodus of Japanese from Hawaii vine mini appeiii 10 ,1, ni.nnr. 1 , ,.,. p,, t rion Inborera during the war Hi moat f. aaibl plan and yet ennaoli- yrl ,m ,,,, ,, ,,(on hpn dale in ita re.-nniiiii-ndati..ii th "lit-, f ,,,,. H,li(,h eovwn, ,h amount ol atdt.ding anggeation. Hint ar ..,1 tte , ,h. ,,, w rrm,rf.,)r(,,kinf hi)lh ,0 1110 roio,,,,,,.-.- ,., .-., I level, hav enabled ea'it nrgain'Hiioii, uioi-iuig nnre. 1 i,rw ; latter aro the Hig I'our Hnitherbooda, I hop I'tnfl. I'b'ik. lolegr phera nmiuleiiaip of way men and aniii-tp innasne I 'annlior'a 1 hi hair w itli ivnry BURGLAR, CAUGHT IN BUFFALO, ENDS OWN LIFE BY REVOLVER many Japan tn return to the homo land with what will be I'Oinfortable fortune there. It haa a!"n been augaevted that many , iiniiiu ' d. of the Japanese, in returning home, are; aey o'i h Hi'ttiiitod by an Rppri-henaion of more ; I ini;ly, worbi. An attemlHiit fa.- and IiiihIi miiifary biuin. Tli.- gong sound. A mini niMrby i ao evifed thr bo tear th tinner from the luif of hia wiuiibii I'ompanion and loea them into Iho air. While the gn-.il bout ia bping an- Manager K.-ain pan I'enip-1 tnnno.l I.h, k, ti. kle hia Mde 1001 into bia largo ear and aorioit ilifforeiin- b.-twe)-ii .Inpati Ibe I'niled Stale. ml : aiiioot he hi heavy e.vi-brow. American Marines to Curb Turk in Ismid hat Iher enn.iil.rod unfavnrable ogi- j ,'i(Kl.tMI,i,271 ,fil In ho hanged by Ih neck until di-.id." I Wanderer yawned and rubbnl hi l.nud a.ioa hia fa.-e. I . , , Public Debt Nears 24-Billions Mark ."i.lt:.'l,!'.'!',',!MUt. an enoet of ordinary reonipt mr-r nrilinnrj iliihuraennuit a of 111 Neir tin- n an ben m tried Her I'oinlition is aeri- Wanderer dianlaveil little emotion tunitiea rniiinoiii.raio ill, ih .,l,.n rereal hi Identify. the rleili read the venli.-t. He .-i a;, hod ; )hildren, 'i a leading part of the pro-! "'' burglar and ihnt myaelf b-iiN ear and a wan amire lit up hi fa.oigram in thU rdui-atinnal revival and It lean I didn't want to be tnketi alive. for n aiiond aa Iho Judge Hied tbo .laio ; i th. .,iii,..in.. ,. 1,.. .i. .1.:. I b. a'ul. "Here a 111 gun; leave for the rxft'iition. Aa th Judg urn- nrnbl.m on th ,.,.i. --.1 a ji alone. I mil 1n'' noniii el th wonl "and ho ia aenten. e.l j the neeeaajir fund for tho i-o.llr.tion i York." of .hear plana. Thov have made their Th burglar waa eaugbf in own program. ,H, ,.ver, overv ph.iaelof Mr,. ISn Heiiih !' ' ..r ,,. , ,, . ... l-iii'u avenue. Mr. Il.mnoli J beaten kindergarten tl,.oi,il, iho i,nive,itv, and 1 ,,v"r ,,,y .1 - , . .. .. ' In Mimnion help won,. ,0 ,,y ,, .., pva,,, 1 :;-,;t;,';;;,p11:;;: ttiJ:r lw nve vrar ago. , , ,. t . . , , . , hilliaelf ill I hi' temple. Sperlal liUpol'h to Honiorrai nn.l I'lirnnlela I 1 utr "lni men and women have! - , Wellington. Jury 2.- Ordinary !i- lonniorl the bv.,,,,, f the war. New I TJ r. r-i 1 . c t buraemnnta nf tbo government fnr the luo.ie.'ta and new- method vnioe the , iJkJll UO lJ liaeal .venr enilod Juno d'hh total l.'i.llo. ( ie.-ila of (he pen time. tv eniiraea in 27 : t I while rw.ipla amounted toibiMury an. about to be pubjiflied. S, -bonla are vying with es'-b other for the !! ritixeiivhiii r-nui o. There hn ! Vhin-.-lon. July 2.- A upon th retirement nf (.reek troop, aaya a iliapnteh tn th Frpm h for gn of-tii-. A mall Kreneh dejaehment i at I-niwl and it report, that a number of bodies (if Moslems, who w-ero aaaaa.i-nated before the departure of the llree!., havo been found. The Freeh, bow-1 ever, sflvel f,-.i!r thousand Turks in the towti, it is a nl. Flly fur Fienrhninn, The lirt 111 in ti t of the light aliowa that I 'a rpi'i.tier i no inati h f".' th lin-lioiiulitu! I'enipe,v, a wave of anmo-thing nkin to pity ia felt for the Kreneh-lunn. l'em"ey ia ton atmng too bull-like. The grareful Fronchnian ia net )us kind. Tii inequality of the t-o eh.iiiipi.ma hurts; it robe the bout of :l glory. I 'iirpt utirr'a nnae bleed; hi y ynolien, he fn!'aj ngainat tho rnpea; h i tre'iieiicbnialy punished, but in th aecond lnund be romea baek with the ganienea of a Mexiean eoek. Again, in th third round he aecepta fearful blows, and thru atill hoping, g-e to hia doom iu the fnurlii. Get Harding's Aid fa t ion. Only patient w-rr attended. 5,824 Bodies of Hero Dead Returned ITHACA BEQUEATHED $500,000 IN WILL OF EDWIN STEWART P. Y-, July 2. arly half a rillinn ijoflara ia i.uthed lo loral cbaritabl. bfi.vu)ent and religiou ia-tinei0B under th wlll of the late l.dia C, 8u-iy, former mayor of thia eity, wbieh waa Olwi fur lirnhaio tmlay. sfiut are alto mad t ,iuuinriM employee of the whole, I grocery firm of Fhidj th Uie mayor waa Preaident. . . Two Killed in Ambuab. DnfcHn, July An oft1 Ial oie,ig alaio that a aetgeant and a rnnatablo Hr kilied and fnur ranatable wore woHnded, two of ihein .orinnaty, when hy wr anihiighed at Oo)a, County Ldmerlea, to-du . Jliilmki-n, N. J., July 2.- The t'nited Klale grtiiy iranaport Wln-at.ui arined o day with the .i.v.'l bmlie of Aineni'iin o.lii-i- dead. 'I'll bndi)-a nf two of the first A mirii-an tn fall 111 the war, I'ri-vat Thon.aa F, IJnright of I'ltt, burgh, ami Merle l, 1 1 y of I Hidden, Ohio, were aid In bo on boatd. Tb bodies will not b taken from tho ro until Tuesday tnnrniiiii. because the nltieial identification list were not lul nn board, The lists are nn the Nioii Amiiierdom due In arrive to -morrow. In rntieal eao The ttl ordinary iliaburaenii'nta for (fb tical year I!2(l were it,4ll3,:iia.- "11.21. aa against reeeipta amnunling in $t$,m..Vri.3S.,, an eveeaa of roooipta oree disbursement of I2t'l,221, 517.117, Tb groa pnblii- ilebl on June .'dith totaled HC'.'l,t77. 1511,552.54 whi.-li n n)l lnrrea of -4,7S,!MJII. 1 1 in er the txlnl on May ,'Ut. It waa n ilii-roas of $;i2l7ll.til3 from Ih l"lal a year ago. nerer been sm h .,,1-;.,..- ooiikideraiinn i r...... I'i-o. blent Harding regarding the of the in.-niiiiiL- of I'itirenahin. and our I orono-ed .oldiers' bonus legislation Is n "hnnl peoii!). are takiiic the lead in fnr-: ooi-ted soon by imitating Hie definition, Thev are tiling j wa ex nei-il lo-dny eduoation in help solve the problems of would itdvii.'iile passage the nation. n. the riou . iiiiiinit tees nf , lion, wiin ii lie the Vaiioiml Ciiiin-il Indb'iile-wiliieis SiMiiitor i In. t 'oiooiiii,.., ti. ..!.- i.',lo,ition. tb I'akot.i, in (' nil Him- on Uncial Well ll.'lnjf. the riuiti h-B'Jers. Erie Orinted Eeheaiintr. Albany, July 2. The Fiiblie Serviee I'oiitniiaion vfer.biy granted mi appli-ealinn by the Krie railroad for a rehearing at ItofTiiln on Friday, Ju'y Sfh, at 2 1. M.. on nn nr-ler of the i-omnii-ion dated April 5lh diiwfiiij the i-nmpnny to ni'i-piii'o plan nn-l siu-'-ifii-niion nin.' tajtomciil i '"rt iiiriieii..ii of new pasMenget- and Weather Fortcat. Waahlngton. July . Foroeaai: Woaieru w York l.euerallr fair. un day; Mon. tar. partly i-lou.l). iiroliably loeal lliiindor .hour..; mile (bang III temperature. Loial Observations. The l.ijfboat le.uperat.tl- yealelUav Waa a ............. min.. to: tha ...n. i ,i.t i,. i.o. and HI In IshS; the lowoai. il. ntainsi T ! Aii ..hViiil reix'1't "ll Iho alTiay a Ambush Near Dromore Costs Many Lives Ihiblln. July 2 my Tli Ani-iid j Preasl - Many men ar believed n have i been killed in fiehliiiit following th am-: bufh of a polio patrol by i-iviliana on' J the Kaliiiia-Slijta highway near Iirn-J ;mnr yenerday. Seven ronUb were! j ambushed twiee in qilii-k uci-esiii'nn by! ji'ivilian partiea operating rlose together. i One of the i-.uitabiea nnuiide.1 and two raptured, 'I'll reiiiHlning .-.MiHtable. so. nre. I military reiiifoiremeiila w ho pur-ailed the ainliiislieri lowanl th m-.ilii- i (nin. Cnmniiiiee on fhtiraeler 111"! I'iliienliii liilihiilioii, 0 ti il the ( 'ommiitti'i' "" l'"- tnoerin y Applied Kdm ali "The la-it I'omiiiitiee is enlislini! 1le en operation of every natiimnl organtzft-t!ou whu'h i aiiuing tii promote a letter Ameriran ( '!ti,en,!iip anil a truer demne-raey. To nn part .f our national life ran we look njih greater Hsfefinn or with grefiier hope than t" nur education and to the nun and women " hn aro devotedly appljins tlii-nuelves tn its progrMs." B. Y. P. U. Chooses Atwater, President .0- v i'lu.iniiTi, Ohio., July 2.The Iter, V. W. Atw.ii.-r, -iu.iiinli, ' -levt pieM.bnl -if the Hrtplist YoimT I'enplea I ui hi holding its Ibirti.-lh animal cn- ini-li niilil H''-.'2. it "ih tu-lieved proluibln that notion might b ilelerred lor u few weeks, in view of iiegotiHtions for temporary nsinsion of Minnie bnlni-s while .'.iiiiniitter work on the tariff bill proceed. 'Hie rove plnn probably will ,o preenled nel week. Villages to Appeal. Albany, July 2 - The Tublie Service i'ommtinu y'.r'ay rb'-!'.! a enmplaintj by Warsaw, A'tn-a and other place agaim-f. proivnsed changes in the operation of passenger trains on the Buffalo division of th Krie railroad. The rail-ioad t'oii.puii.i, aller Ibe inmplaiut was made announced ll..it the trains would imt be i' It u ti n ed. Farms for Poor. II. P. Watson, millionaire farmer anj pbiliin!hropit of Kearney, Neh., who ia perhaps doing more than any other on man in the l'nlted State to mk the "baek-lo-the land'' movement, a irality, is in Alnninii im eafigaling Ih adran-t.iges of the nn Ijlis vn'iey a a place tn locnie one rf hia community farm pro jecls. o. K. Meyar writes in the Uneky Moiinta ti New.a, Mr. Walsnn already 'bai noMiirel a tract of "tin acre t Carbonda-e, Colo., ami is now- making arrnnsemen's for starting one of Miia farm eommunltloa there. However, the Carbonilata dia-tri.-t la limited in evtent and land 1 higher priced, and be found it Inexpedient to.acntiiro aa large a tract a he wanted. He will settle a family on I each twenty-two acres of the ("arhonda! tract, ami the only condition which Mr. i Wiitum places upon mi applicant for I one of his cuiiiinutiitv traci ia that the applicant be tile other property. The tennttiit is located on the tract with all necessary tools, stock and eed furnished. In addition he is furnished with a sum of money during the first year. After that the land is epct! to produce enough to make a living for the fnml'r and TiroTid a sinking fund tei-est on M.yfeo'a foreign debt was duo ; fnr na,!ns fr t!,o land. In fix or irht yesterday but there was ailene in official j ,. the'farmor, if he la the right sort, irciea regsrumg tn governmeni a mien-; v, i.j tre;lit buildings nl Hamburg. . I., by J September !!. The conipnny allege li SeiiBt leader-. Holier : ' inn- e.oo io-.- nm pi-peineu on in oni,- that the Fresident "ial nennng stmnni t.e nnnignt tieiore of the leglsla-! the eriinmissiou. I'etnlmg tbo rehearing. ilis)-used i-ecenlly with 1 the commission ha sus-peniled opera- Mot 'umber, llepuhlioiiii, .North ti".i or its prior onler. i luirge of the bill, and other i 1 Bucliess Will Beiiuiri'V. As the Mct'uiubcr bill would not uu-j j ,,) -j. .. Tl, , ,.!,., f .Mm! tUm-uo any iui.une.it In ori.-.r sei'M. e t , , formerlv r.,,.l Varulci-bill who rcceiilly na ilivorce-l', w !il be mar j tdutely wlthiiiit money or ried tn Jacipie Kiilsnu, a pruiiiiiient Fren-.'li sportsmnn. at the London registry iilti.p in a few days, it. la declared by the I'oiiiineiital edition of the 1 tally Mail. Mexico Quiet on Interest. Slexien City, Julr 2.--raymetit of in- iu fail and In Hie mem is. nntm-t i ilmt tho civilian.- Iln-reupi.il mur.lei ... . i. uiiou in 1 in, inii.il i to day, of -5 tnl'v"! m K'' "'"'" ,u,n"' the two piion,.r. The military for, ,., j Oil,,.,- ,,,1,,,, .-lei i.-d were: of .ii iii j.ai . j . , , , aM ( ibe i-oiinliy and (.nigln io-.-ii.eiii. I: .1 Itadger. Tui'i. Iirr bull Vi l o. Inilli S ' s iiriiiitio im urn i iv :a ii th hlgnoat wind . inltoa ir li.-nr frenj lb oorUtMM lh eathr, moatly eleaiv Yi.o-I Un.. Ibe .iinbii-l.eis. a number nl whom were Thoina li'irt.e. Hainilfoti, 'nr.. 't-e-n in fn I in' Ihe ling, and it ia believed nda. and Misa Vera Kb'- Miunealmlia; mailt of them wm kulriL The ieiidu-isigeiipr.il wvrrtary, i'r. Jam' A. YAhite. fiuaUf abandoned tha piiranit, ,L'bi 'ago, ' , , , , - Newtun Names Deputy. Albany. July 2. - A i.p.iinlineiit of .l.viui-v .1. M.I nil ol Aibanv n- d'-put lll(orlie gi-it.-ial Wii iiiitioiiui e, ve-ler-day by Attori.ei gem nil rtiai lea I . enl.ui. Mr. M'-IVI auc.-o.-l .lainn S. V. Iriiis, whn n day booame head nf those ra th state inoma tax iureau. I Jion to meet this obligation. Character from Life. X-Ray Shoe Fitting'. j Tnpsy, of pl-taila and ebon face, who A novel X-ray apparatus, by whici j goat-pern obio,nitoualy through the rages) one ran actually see whether new boots of Harriet I'.ee. her Slow-e'a "Unci or ahot-s lit, haa beeu installed in a Keu-liiiirliiii buutmaker' abup, ay The I.oudou 1 tally .VlaiL The purchaser of ibe shoe art a ml 4 no the platform of the apliarittis and ihe X ray rb-w of the font and shoe U Jii!avel to (lie pur .l.a-r and ai-,tiiuf. The amount ,,f rai used in the untchinc is an verv I Heaeh. professor of Kngliali in Marietta small thai it would re-jinn- esin.snre i-i I college, wnoae eatafe w as situated on r .r -err lengtuy P'Tioda to I what 1 nowr Known as . iv a-ntii nuia, Totn'a Cabin," lived, outaule or those pae and the liiiajiuatiun ut ber crator, lllack ,aui, anulher well known character in the book, also had a lUing pruto-l p... Itoth Sam nu.l Top-y lived on-r half a century an in the hum of I. Howe Allen, arandfather of Arthur !. j produce any ill-effect. Eichanj . ,11 jn incdnnatl. Erchange.

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