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For Uccd Take Advantage or Our EASY Payment Plan! 515 Cash Then $1.75 Per Week We will put on sale several other high grade used and shop worn Player Pianos, lncludms: APOLLO Dnn't fail to investisrate New Player Piano, 88 note (mission case), shipped to us as factory sample; sens reguiariy bench, scarf and twelve rolls Terms $20 Cash, GUY fi 0 Indiana's Urjejt Masic Howe NEIGHBORS SAVE FOUR WOMAN'S CALL FOR HELP IS AN SWERED BY MEN. CONDITION OF ONE IS SERIOUS Tcompt action on the part of neighbors probably saved the lives of four persona early today la the iu filled, horns of L. Clyde Wolf. 116 Elm street. As a result of the experience Mr.
Wolf has bruises about his arras and shoulder, Mrs. Wolf Is Buffering from nerrous shock, and Clara Wolf, three years old. and Mrs. William JiarclL. of Columbus, are lit from Inhaling leas fumes.
Mrs. Ylarell. a vUltor at ths Wolf horns, waa awakened by the sound of some one cry Inf. Opening; the door to her room. re.
far ell smeiled iraa, and groping her way through the darkness tried to reach the room In which the Wolfs were asleep. 8 he Inhaled ao much of the gas. however, that she wu forced to return to her room, and opening a window, screamed for assistance. Her cries for help attracted' the attention of Hibbert Swift. K3 Kim street, and George Smock.
934 Klin street, who hurried to the Wolf Wife Drag Husband to Safety. in the meantime Wolf had been awakened, and hearing Ms daughter crying. Mrs. Wolf, who was gasping for breath. Wolf made his way to the stairway, where he fell and Injured tila arm anil shoulder.
Mrs. Wolf groped to the stairway, where ene found her husband, and dragged hint to a window at the rear of hx house. Mrs. Wolf fell vin tomclmu to the floor, and when Wo.f regained consciousness he carried tils wire to an window. Wolf then crawled through the window and lay on the roof In an unconscious condition Hwlft and Smock hurried to a rear where they broke In a pane of glass nci rumia into the Kitchen, Kuniung upstairs the men carried Mrs.
Wolf and the baby to the home of William Starr, SVi Klni street, where lr. Kenneth I. Jt rrrle. SU lreinla avenue, waa caned. Wolf end Mrs, liarell recovered later.
Fall to Turn Off Cat. i Swift and Smock discovered that the ruhbvr tubing lading from a gas pipe In the kitchen wall to a "hot plate" was detached and lying on the floor. Wolf said that his wife must have neglected to turn off the gss. and the pressure caused the rulbr tuning to become unfastertvd. The pan Jet was found turned od full.
When the little girl regained conecious noH. the first question she asked her father waa. la mv canary bird? iurint the excitement the bird had been forgotten, and It waa found dead in the kitchen, with ita head wedged tichtly between two bars of the cage. The. little girl waa in a serious condition for some time, but IV.
Jeffries said today that she would recover. TO TEACH TRACTIONEERING. Laporta Promoter to Incorporate New Kind of School. 'Articles of incorporation will soon be filed In the office of the secretary of state for the Indiana School of Tractloneering. at 1 aporte.
which will conducted under the ausplcej of the M. Kumely Com. patty, of that place. The school will be devoted chiefly to teaching engineering, particularly aa applied to power mi hinerv on farms. The capital stock will be 95.000.
and I. Ounneas, L. F.llls and H. O. Baker Will be the directors.
Jr. addition to these the Incorporator will John Wolf. A. J. Kumely, J.
A. Seeor. and K. V. Itumely.
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i MOORE AND ULLER THERE Special te The Indianapolis News. WASHINGTON, June 18. Wearing his usual smile, Thomas Taggart, Democratic national committeeman for Indiana, arrived here this afternoon and spent three hours with those members of the Indiana delegation that remain In Washington. On his arrival from Baltimore he had a consultation with Representative Dixon, dean of the delegation, and had a confidential talk with Representative Korbly. What Say.
MI merely ran over to Washington to the Indiana; boys and to assure them X. wilt look after them aa far as tickets to the convention are concerned when they ahow up at Baltimore next week." said Mr. Taggart. I want to right here. I too.
that I am for Marshall first, last and all the time, and that roes. i i Will Moore, of Indianapolis, secretary to Representative Korbly, and William Liner, or Indianapolis, make up the vanguard of Indiana lemocratlo politicians that stopped off In Washington today on their return to Baltimore to attend the Democratic national convention. Ben Shlveiy end son George have gone to Atlantic City to spend the remainder of the week. I Delegation Scattered. )Wtth Senator Kern in Indianapolis.
Senator Shlveiy In Atlantic City, Representative Cox at home In Jasper county. Representative' Barnhart In Rochester, Kepreeentatlve iAdalr at ITttea. N. Representative Morrlaon, in Indianapolis, Kepreeentatlve Uray In Connersvtlle and Representative Crumpacker attending the Republican national convention at Chicago, only aeven members of the. Indiana delegation remain ta Washington.
Those who are here are Representatives Korbly, Mors, Dixon, Cullop, Boehne, Rauch and Cllne. 1 i SHERMAN SAYS HE'S SATISFIED. Put Politic Aside While Attending Baseball Game in Capital. WASHINGTON. June IS.
Sunny Jim Sherman, Vice President, reached Washington today after an all night ride from Clinton. N. in a sweltering Pullman car. In order to attend the baseball game today. Thought you were making the centennial speech today at Hamilton colleger aid a reporter.
"Ah," repllett Sherman. "I made that speech yeateraay. buWtodav la the day Washington ball club plava at home, and I couldn't miss It. I think looks light at i Chicago," Mll Sherman. "I'm perfectly satisfied with the way things are going." Platform Committee Announced at Chicago CHICAGO.
June llMembers of tho committee on platform and resolutions were elected Iby the ditferent state delegations as follows: Alabama. James J. Curtis: Arisona, Jamea T. Williams, Arksnxa. California.
Chester H. Rowell: Colorado, A. Newton Parrish; Connecticut. Chsrle H. Clark; Delaware.
Henry A. IluPont; Florida. Joseph E. Lee; Oeorgla J. W.
MsrUn; Idaho, J. F. Hagenbarth: 1 Illinois. W. R.
Bundy: In 1ana. Charles W. Fairbanks; Iowa, G. D. Perkins: Kansas Kentucky, Louisiana.
H. C. Warmoth: Maine, K. Steam; Maryland. William W'arburton; Massachusettis A.
B. Hart; Maine. A. Kj Pterrts; Maryland. William Warburton: Massachusetts.
A. K. Hart; M'cMtan, Judon; Minnesota. J. F.
JaCobson; Mississippi. L. At wood: Missouri. Herbert H. Hadlev; Montana, Uerge T.
Baggs; ehraica. E. King; Nevada, il. V. Morehouse; New Hampshire.
Fernando W. Hartford; New Jersey. George L. Record: New Mexico. Ii.
O. Btirson; New York, William Barnes. North Carolina, Oyrus rhompson: North Dakota. V. O.
Thbrfon; Ohio, Karl T. Weber; Oklahoma, Jl. R. I Kokies; Oregon, Pennsylvania, William Draper Lewis; Rhode Island. outh Carolina.
Soui.i Dakota. Allan Boeue; Tennessee, Kvans; Texas, WilLam McDonald: Utah, George Sutherland; Vermont. John South wick; Virginia. D. Lawrence Groner; Washington.
C. Ge: West Virginia. S. i B. Montgomery; Wisconsin, Walter C.
Oiwens Wyoming. William H. Huntley; Louis IV Shackleford; IMstrtct of Columbia. Hawaii. George F.
Renton: Philippines. Porto Rico, M. FUaieo, Discusses Chicago Newspaper Strike. R.ODGERSVIIXE, Tenn June 11 The ChKago newspaper strike is one of the most important questions to com before the convention of International Pressmen and Vnion. which is tn session today st lisle Springs.
This question wilt probable be. taken up tomorrow. 1h legates from ail parts of the country AND LAS SAYSTAGAR BALTIMORE PIATO SECOND FIDDLE HOW But Next Week Promises to Become Whole Show in Political Activities. 7 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Dark Horse Arm Looming Up at Every Turn Loaders Wish Platform to Bo BALTIMORE. June 18.
Overshadowed politically by the sensational goings on In Chicago. Baltimore welcomes the prospective end of. the battle there, so the fall limelight may be turned on this city next week. Final plans are rapidly being completed, and before the week ends Maryland's metropolis will be ready to care for the Democratic bosta. Strong rivals with the candidate in discussion and conferences are the questions whether the unit rule and the requirements of two thirds of the delegates to make a nomination should be eliminated.
There Is strong sentiment among Democratic leaders who have arrived here in favor of changing the two thirds rule to a majority. All are agreed, however, that no change will be made to apply to the present convention. The moft thst will be done, if any action is taken, will be a submission of the question to the Democrats in the states, their verdict to be reported to the 'convention of 131. Delegate Pledged tor Seven. As to candidates there are seven with delegates pledged in favor, and there Is much gossip regarding a few possible dark horses.
There will be Lube delegates in the convention and the winner of the presidential nomination must muster 1 i of them. Unpledged delegates number 2u7 and such ss have arrived in town are receiving distinguished consideration from the representatives of the Trading of delegates by party leaders, an Important feature of national conventions for more than halt a century, will be missing at next week's function. As a result of the primary election system the great bulk of the delegates bave instructions direct from the people and are immune to the erstwhile induence of party bosses. "Fen Dubs," Say Gaynor. "Fen dubs, wsa the comment of Mayor Gaynor, of New York, when he was aaked about a report that his name would be presented at the dark horse stages of the convention.
Despite the merry quip with which Mayor Gaynor dismissed the subject, suggestion that he may enter the race has caused a lively stir among Democrats now on the stamping ground. If Gaynor should throw his hat In the ring, with the backing of Tammany Leader Murphy's ninety New York delegates. It would be an Impressive feature of the contest. Uovemor Foss. of Massachusetts, is also regarded as a possibility In the dark horse class, lialf a dozen of the party leaders are being considered for selection as temporary chairman of the convention.
The number includes Judge Alton B. Parker, who Is favored by Murphy, the hemd of Tammany; Senator O'Gorman. of New who has many supporters; Ollie Jsmes. senator elect from Kentucky, and Representatives Dor emu of Detroit, and Suiter, of New York. No Friction In Sight.
No friction in reaching an agreement is in sight snd all that the representatives of the candidate ask is that a fair man be chosen for the position. Leaders are urging that the platform should be brief, and to the point. buffragettee are on the ground, with demands for their rights. Several women will have seats as delegates in the convention. One other Democratic national convention was held In Baltimore In 1832.
The candidates selected were Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. They won. The arrangement committee meets here on Thursday to name the. temporary officers of the convention. Several members of the committee have not reached the city.
Democratic leaders and national committeemen laid aside their reconvention labors todsy and looked toward the west for news from Chicago. "Much depends upon what done at the Republican convention as to the course we will take In naming our ticket and building the Democratic platform." said National Committeeman Wade, of Iowa, today. WM. BANKHEAD IS CHOSEN. Other Alabaman Said to Have De aired to Nominate Underwood.
Special to The Indianapolis News.) WASHINGTON, June 18. At a. luncheon given by floor leader Oscar W. Underwood yesterday evening to Senator Bank head, his campaign manager and William Bankhead, prosecuting, attorney of Jasper. son of Senator Bankhead.
the latter was selected to present the name of Mr. I'nderwood to' tne Baltimore Mr. ITnderm ood today said that Bsnkhead's selection ass most satisfactory to him and that he i'elt the young attorney would present his nan.e to the convention in a way that would be a credit to himself as well as to the state of Alabama. The selection Is a disappointment to Representative Thomas Hef lin, of Alabama, who has not hesitated to say that he wished the honor of delivering the nominating speech. Other Alabamans, among them Governor Em melt O'Neal, are said to be chagrined SCENE OF XI I 1 Ik i 3 THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, TUESDAY, UNE 18, 1912.
HIS MANAGER i Mil if DDCON, OP MONTANA, AND THE ROOSEVELT CAMPAIGN. DECLARES HARRY K. THAW IS CONSTITUTIONALLY INFERIOR Prisoner's Own Alienist Assists State In Effort to Keep Thaw In Asylum. WHITE PLAINS. N.
June 18. Dr. Royal Leak, alienist for Harry K. Thaw, subpenaed by Thaw's lawyer to aid In his legal fight for freedom, assisted the state yesterday In Its effort to keep the slayer of Stanford White In the Mattea wan asylum. Dr.
Leak, who is second rthvsirian at the asvlum. tetmwi Justice Keogh in the supreme court that nis opinion xnaw was constitutionally inferior." "Can he recover from that? asked William Jerome, former rli.tW J1C7 New York, who is attorney for. the taie. "Vn "Are such persons apt to do strange things when under stress or under the influence of llouor? "They may." "Do they have delusions of persecution?" "Thv dn "And when they drink they resort to ttcif cfi viuirniT, ug iney not? "In rrMl a Dr. H.
Krnst Schmidt, an alienist of WThite Plains, and William. Vanamee. lawyer of Newburgh, the other witnesses naminen, lePiineu inai iney thought Thaw rational. TWO DOGS HAD RABIES. One Victim Begins Treatment With State Board of Health.
I The pathological laboratory of the state board of health today discovered indi cations of rabies in 'the brain of a dog which bit six' persons In 'North Lansing street yesterday. The icUms of dog were Fred Mclntyre. the dog's owner, who lives at 114 North Lansing street, a brother to Mr. Mclntyre, who lives at the Fame number, three children of Mr. Mclntyre.
and Earl Bradley. Elmer Vahle, seventeen years old. and his sister. Kifie Vahle. nine years old, living at 45CO West Thirtieth street.
who were bitten by a pet dog less than a week ago, began treatment with the state board today. The dog's brain was found ty the state laboratory to contain lndi cations of rabies. Thinks Well of Mayor Shank An admirer of, Mayor Shank, living at Valparaiso, has sent the mayor a picture pot card of the kind packed with cakes of a certain brand of chocolate. On the card is the following message: Val peraiso. Luis Long live the mair of Indiana ppleis and our neat guvener of the The card is addressed to "Malr Shank.
Town Hail. Indianappleis, care Mair's offic." CHICAGO ajsff sjsvwisi if. HI 111 1 a THE COLISEUM. WHERE THE A MANAGER AN 5 cT 1 r. UNITED STATES SENATOR' JOSEPH WIFE.
DIXON HAS BEEN DIRECTING that this honor did not go out of the Bankbead family. Inasmuch as Senator Bankhead has been Mr. Underwood's manager they felt that the honors should be xnore equitably divided. 1,400 QUARTS OF WINE. California Democratic Delegate Start for Convention With Grape Juice.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 18. The California Democratic delegates left here yesterday for Baltimore on a special train. The train carried t. 400 quarts of the same amount Of grape Juice, half a carload of fruit to stock state headquarters, and two Champ Clark mascot, a houn' dog and a bear cub.
T. Rs Son in Law i Copyright. International News Service. Vork. NICHOLAS LONG WORTH, Republican Congressman from Cincinnati.
THE "BIG SHOW" AT rV' it a it tl it 1 in of NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION IS IN, SESSION. ELEVATION ON XIE LEFT IS THE CHAIRMAN'S STAND. Choose and Makeup of the New National Committee CHICAGO, June 18. Member of the new Republican national committee selected at caucuses of the various stats delegations thus far held are: Alabama, P. D.
Barker; "Arizona, Ralph Cam eron; Arkansas, California, Meyer Lissner; Colorado, Elmon Guggenheim; Connecticut, Charles F. Brooker; Delaware. T. Coleman DuPont; Florida, Henry 8. Chubb; Georgia, Henry S.
Jackson; Idaho, John W. Hart; Illinois. Roy O. West; Indiana. James P.
Goodrich; Iowa, J. T. Adams; Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana.
Maine. Frederick Hale; Maryland. P. Massachusetts, Michigan. Charles B.
Warren; Minnesota. I. A. Caswell; Mississippi. L.
B. Mosely; Missouri, Thomas J. Nle dringhaus; Montana. T. A.
Mario Nebraska. R. B. Howell: Nevada. H.
B. Max son; New Hampshire, "Fred W. Ksta brook: New Jersey, Borden D. Whiting; New Mexico. Solomon Luna; New York, will be selected later; North Carolina.
Richmond Pearson; North Dakota. Thomas Ohio. Walter F. Brown; Oklahoma. George C.
Priestly; Oregon. Pennsylvania. William Fllnn; Rhode Island. South Carolina, South Dakota. Thomas Thorson; Tennessee, will be chosen after adoption of credentials committee report: Texas, H.
K. McGregor: Utah. C. E. Loose; Vermont.
Jchn L. Lewis; Virginia, Alvah H. Martin; Washington, 8. A. Perkins; West Virginia, i William Seymour Ed warda; Wisconsin, "Alfred T.
Rodgers; Wyoming, Oeorfc E. Pexton; Alaska, Louis P. Shackelford; District of Columbia, Hawaii. Charles A. IN JAIL FOR BOARD BILL WHILE BRIDE AWAITS HIM Leon Champion, of Molina, Send No Word, and Indlanapoll Girl' Romance I Shattered.
Miss Marie Nadin. living with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Nadin, of 3 West New Tork street, refused today to b4 further by her engagement to Leon Champion, of Mollne, 111., when she learned through a Mollne newspaper that the young man was being held in Jail there for an attempt to beat a board bllL Champion and Miss Nadin were to have been married at the girl's home at noon last Saturday. His bride to be went to the station to meet him. When he failed to arrive on the train by which he was to come, the girl returned home, expecting to receive some word from him. But no word came. The officials of ji automobile company in Moline where Champion was employed, reported be had disappeared on Friday evening, and they thought he had started for Indianapolis via Chicago.
An effort was made to find him in that city, but without success. Miss Nadin then thought to buy a Mollne newspaper and in the notes of the doings in Justice courts she saw her romance wither up and fade away. "If he was arrested on the eve of his weddlns; because he attempted to best a board btSL" she said. I couldn't tell what he might do to me after we were married. If he had sent me some word when he was arrested, it might have been different, i orobablv would have believed him Hnnocrnt and would have stood by him.
but to go to Jail and not send nis waiting bride any word at all Is too rauch." Champion formerly lived In Greensburg. He and Miss Nadin became acquainted when he was employed in Indianapolis in an automobile factory. PERMITS BUNCH TO LIVE. Court Decides Fuzzy Poodle I Not a Vicious Dog. .1 Bunch, a fuszy white poodle dog.
was In police court today and was not a humble prUcner as he cuddled in the arms of his master. A. C. Hkelton. who was charged with harboring a vicious dog.
l. ii. obelton. a deaf mute was the complainant. He alleged Bunch attempted to collect a bunch of his trousers leg and nipped the flesh underneath.
"I'll be satisfied if the dog is killed, wrote Shelton after he had been informed that his written statement of the encounter with Bunch would not convict Skeltoo. Judge Collins looked st Bunch, who measures about eight inches and a fraction in lensrth and is half as kigh. Bunch's eyes twinkled and he wajrged a tail that looked like a pipe cleaner In answer to the attention of the Judge, who wrote and underscored on a bit of paper' a single word. The paper was banded to Shelton. The word waa "No." Aim quickly save $7.50 Nows when promptness will net you a very handsome profit.
We are closing out, at $17.50 each, a large col able grays, blues, tans, smart shades and mixtures, and all sizes.Every garment is a part of our regular stock, hence you are assured of the finest i ble rvrt eo.w vaiue at a clean cut sav ing of $7.50. Sale price. Broken lines of our $18 suits are now nr selling at r.tblZl I i 1 3 CWLOSS State Life Bldg. BROTHER AND TWO SISTERS REUNITED AFTER 50 YEARS Woman Find Relative Living In 8am City After Happy Reunion at Bedford. (Special to The Indianapolis Nsws.
BEDFORD. 3 June 11 After a separation of fifty years, during which neither knew the whereabouts of the other, Mrs. Mary BIrney, of WIlkes Barre, and Mrs. Taylor Johnson, of Bed. ford, have been reunited here through an investigation started by Mayor Gaynor, of New York, and they have learned that their brother, John Darrell, is also a real, dent of Bedford.
The three are now together for the first ttme since they parted as babies In New York city. Mrs. Johnson was one of the dependent children brought toLawrenc county fifty years ago by a New York charitable society. She was placed In the family of John 8herrlll, and later taken Into the home of Anthony W. Thomas, where she grew to womanhood and wan married.
Through Mayor Gaynor, Mrs. Blrney traced her sister to Bedford, and an old resident recalled tho coming of the children and furnished the Information necessary to reunite the sisters. After, the sisters met in Bedford It was found that John Darrell, of this city, Is a brother of the two. Although he and Mrs. Johnson have lived In the city tor many years they never knew they were related.
DRUGGISTS OPEN MEETING. Professors on Program of Thirty first State Convention. 'Special to The Indianapolis Nswa TERRE HAUTE, June IS. The thirty first annual convention of the Indiana Pharmaceutical Association was called to order today in the assembly hall of the Elks' Home by President T. Basye.
Four hundred delegates wlU be present. There are 1,900 members of the latter and the association's membership Is 900. Mayor Louis Gerhsrdt delivered an address of welcome and J. M. Ball, vice president of the local association, spoke.
K. W. Meissner, of La port e. responded for the delegates. Reports were received on trsde interests, on adulterations and hy delegates to the national sssoclatlon.
This convention will elect four delegates to the next national convention, which will be held at Minneapolis in August. Dr. Coombs, of Terre Haute, will read a psper on "Relation of Physicians to Pharmacists." and physicians are invited to be present and Join In the discussion. Professor Stumer, of the phar. maceutical department of Purdue, will speak on the subject of practical pharmacy, and it is expected thst other professors wilt be present to take part in the discussions JEWELERS AT SOUTH BEND.
Inspection of Watch Factory and Ad dress form the Program. especial to The Indiana polls Nsws.J SOUTH BEND, June 18.The Indiana Retail Jewelers Association is meeting here in fifth annual convention. Election of officers and the selection of a city for the next convention were the principal matters to come up today. The attendance approaches five hundred, and includes many women. The flrst sesnion was opened with Invocation by the Rev.
Dr. William Forney Hovis. Judge ii. A. Farabaugh made the address of welcome.
1L H. Bishop, of Indianapolis, a member of the stale executive committee, made the response. An inspection of the South Bend Watch Company's plant followed. Ttt following addresses were given: "Employer and Employes," F. 8.
Crebs. Frankfort; "Association ork." George 1L Tucker, Chicago, second vice president American National He tall Jewelers' Association: "Modem Merchandising," 'jeorge Hammer, Philadelphia; "The New Distribution of Standard Time by Wireless." H. E. Duri' an. laboratory department.
Walthara i Watch Company, Wal Mass. 1 HARD COAL. RATE QUiZ. Interstate Commerce Commission to Investigate Railroad Transportation WASHINGTON, June IS. The Interstate commerce commission today, on its own Initiative, ordered an Investigation into the rates, practi' es and regulations whi.
i apply to railroad transportation of hard coal. Allthe anthracite roads ernnraced in the so called "hard coal trust" will be rejoadenu in the proceedings. lection of men's fmex suits, consisting of broken lines of our excellent $25 qualifies in the most fashion JL 17 25 E. Washington St Credentials Committee of the' Republican Convention CHICAGO. June 18.
The members of the credentials committee of the Republican national convention chosen by the state delegations are. as far asselected: Alabama Alex C. Birch. Arizona Robert E. Morrison.
California Krancts j. Heney. Colorado Thomas H. Devln. Connecticut Hehrv Bora beck.
I eia ware Edmund Mitchell. Florida M. B. McKarlsne. Georgia Henry Blun, Jr.
Idaho C. St. Clair. Illinois R. R.
McCormlck. Indians J. A. Hemenway. Iowa J.
A. 'Devitt. Ijouislana L. Cohen. Maine Jesse M.
Llbby. Maryland Edward tl: Carrington. Massachusetts Charles S. Baxter. Michigan T.
W. Atwood. Minnesota Hugh T. Halbert. Mississippi L.
B. Moseley. Missouri Jesse Tollerton. Montana Ir. O.
M. Instrum. Nebraska H. E. Pn kett.
Nevada W. W. New Hampshire Fred V. Est brook. New Jersey J.
Boyd Avis. New Mexico Hugo Kahrg. New York Georae R. Maiby. North Carolina II.
Cowles. North lakota W. K. Lauder. Ohio John J.
Sullivan. Oklahoma Daniel Norton. Pennsylvania Lex N. lthode Island South Carolina South Dakota S. X.
Ray. Tennessee John II. Early. Texas C. A.
Warnlcen. .1 Utah William Spry. Vermont J. Gray Estev. Virginia I.
Summers. Washington W. T. Dove. West Virginia Harry Shaw, Wisconsin Samuel if.
Cody. Wyoming F. W. MondHl. Alaska Louis P.
Shackleford. District of Columbia Hawaii Charles A. Rice. MABEL HITE CRITICALLY ILL Peritonitis Follow Operation for Ap pendicitisPhysicians Lose Hope. NEW YORK.
June IS. Mabel Hite, the actress who was operated on for a p. pendlcltis" a week ago, Is not likely to recover, accofMlng to a statement from her physicians today. Peritonitis developed during the night. Miss Hits is Mr Mike Donlln, wife of the rail player, In private life.
Her attack of appendicitis was very sudden, ss she sppeared on the stsge In a vaudeville set on Monday of last week. Foryner Policeman Dead. John T. Green, sixty years old. a former" member of the Indianapolis police depart merit, died today at his home at 2114 Barth avenue.
Green became 111 suddenly last night and died after being unconscious sll night. Coroner Durham will hold an Inquiry. Green fell while on the police force and suffered an Injury whfih troubled hlra after he left the force snd may have had something to do with his death. He resigned from the force about six years ago. A widow survives.
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