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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 27, 1913.
DURING AUGUST WE WILL CLOSE AT 6
Continuation of July
Month-End Sale of Ready-to-Wear
There are no reservations in
this sale. Every summer dress,
suit or coat is marked at a de
cidedly reduced price.
The offering consists only of depend
able and exclusive apparel at genuine
Street and House Dresses
at Clearaway Prices in Basement
Gingham, voile, linen
and lawn street drosses
kOADS OBEMJPOR LAW
Berye Hotioe "Will Tdllow it Strictly
Hereafter in Iowa.
STATE LAW IS NOW PABAMOUHT
Line Decide Thor Wawt No Compli
cation with Wrtb-Kenyon Xw
ana Will XnsUt on Fall
DKB MOINES, Irt, July .-8pecll
Telegrnm.)-Stato officials received word
today from representatives of the' rail
roads that after August 6 the railroads
doing business In this state will refuse
to accept any 1 shipment of Intoxicating
liquor Into dry territory except under
the strictest regulation pf the tnt law.
This decUr waareached in -order to
avoid complications growing out of the
Wepb-Kenyon law, which; make Use
state law paramount. ,
Attorney for Trail roade la Iowa gen
orally took the poeltion that, the -Iowa
laWi are such tthi shipments cannot foe
madfo without grave conloquenoe unlesa
the certificates .shOTtlnff that the con
signee (a legally entitled to eell liquor ao
company each, shipment The railroad
will Insist on, thl hereafter, which will
prevent all shipment into the dry ter
ritory. Tho express companies have
taken tho same position.
Want Iterenao Officer.
De liolne commercial organizations
nre planning a strong fight to secure
the location of the revenue ptflce for
the state In Dea Motne. For some time
the booster, organisation bf the city have
been preparing data to show why Dc
Moines should be favored with the office
rather than other cltle in the state
which are mentioned In connection with
It. It 1 probable that the De Motnas
booster will Journey to Washington In
the near future to see what can be done
toward securing the location, of the office
In T)s Moines; It Is believed that with
one office lh the state tmployment will
be given to betyoen 100 and ISO.
Will TW Antt-TrpWd Serum.
The State Board of Health Is arrang
ing for ecurlng 'a upply of antl-typhold
Betum to be kept on hand for immediate
use In tb atate when needed It ha not
been used officially. In tlm state except
at Fort Pe Mqlnea, where the war of
ficial made good use of It on the sol
diers. At present there Is practically no
typbpld In tha state, but .condition are
such that an oubreak 1 rtgarded pos
sible at almost, any place.
The governor today appointed Daniel
Morey to bo a state boat Inspector at Ot
tumwa. State Official Attacked.
Surprise waa expressed at the atate
house today over the foot that' the prin
cipal In the effort to head off the plans
of the legislature for enlargement ot tha
capltol ground have turned to personal
attack and misrepresentation, of the state
official. The plaintiff in the Injunction
suit make a bitter attack on the atate
official and Is declared to bo engaged IK
misrepresenting the whole situation, The
atate officials 'have no alternative but to
go on doing their duty a official and
could not. If they, would, prevent the
carrying out of the. will ot the people, as
indicated through, tha legislature.
Get Tofifethur Amunar Officials.
A plan is on. foot amona state official
for a gettjng.logethervprogram with ape
iaj regard to the inspectlpn, service! of,
the state. Iowa now has a large number
of special agent's and Inspectors who. go
itKiut the state for various purpose. In
"I wa taken with Bright'
disease of the kidney. X went
to a 3octcr He analyzed my
urine and aald I could not live.
I began taking Warner Bate
Kldnry and Liver Itemedy and
Warner's Sato Nervine. In four
month J. vua ur4,' Hil),
and Percale house
the state service. There are Inspector
attached to the labor bureau, educational
department, state flro marshal, pharmacy
board, food and dairy department and
other and representatives of other de
partment are traveling about the state
Tho Board of Health, tho veterinarian,
game warden, mine Inspector and rep
resentatives of the legal department ot
the state are active. It is proposed to got
these departments all together and to
working In harmony and for mutual help
fulness. It Is believed quite a saving can
b effected and better result achieved.
IIotv to (Jet Hid of the Ilee.
The office ot attorney general Is trying
to figure out whether bee are domestla
animal or not. In a certain western
Iowa city It I cald the wild bee ore be
coming a menace to the life and happi
ness of some people. Tha city officials
want to pass an ordinance requiring the
restraint of bee and to prevent them
running. at large. Hut lt'1 pselbIo the
statutes ot lowa do not cover mat Kind
Eire lossc In Iowa the first nix month
ot the year haw been slightly larger In
Iowa than last yean The total of fire
losses lnthe state for tho six months
ended July 1, according to the report to
Ole O. Itoe, state flro marshal, was
$2,111,171. The same period ot 1913 the
aggregate of losses was 11,0,803. Two
fire In April ot this year (n Dubuque
aggregated a loaa of H11.00, which more
than account for the Increase. The
loess by month this year were a fol
lows: January $C0S,8iSs February, $530,-
704! March, l(T.a; April, (8,706: May,
flHMC June. 2,317.
Train Tear Horse from nanny
IOWA FALLS, la., July 5.-(8poclaU-
Mrc Jacob Mlllor, who live northeast
of this city, wa face to face with death
yesterday when a fast Illinois Central
(rain tore tho horse ah was driving from
tho buggy, leaving Mrs. Millar sitting In
the buggy unharmed. As the horse
stepped on the track the Chicago-Omaha
limited flashed Into view from bohlnd
the coat chutes, the engine striking the
norm In the head, cutting a gash In Its
throat, stripping horse, harness and thills
from the buggy and hurling tho hors
o gainst the bank, titteeirtett away, dead.
In the meantime Mr. Miller waa dating
in the buggy unharmed. The train was
topped, Mrs. Miller taken aboard and
brought to town. Aside from the nerv
ous shock natural to such an exciting
experience, she suffered no Injury.
Bnarsrr fall Off Bridge,
SHENANDOAH, la., July 2&-Bpc!al)
Anna and Carl- Arvldson had a narrow
escape Wednesday evening when their
horse and buggy foil from an Unprotected
bridge Into the ditch fifteen feet below,
completely demolishing the buggy. Miss
Anna made a flying leap a the buggy
fell. Carl, a young lad, stayed in the
buggy, but narrowly' escaped Injured by
the hone, which toll on top ot the buggy.
Too often the soul kla breed
terms of alimony.
A young, man court danger when the
girl's father object.
The political band wagon ha need of
an, emergency brake.
Truo lovo never die, but It frequently
get stranded a long way from home.
Eiome people take themselves so sort
ously that other look upon them as a
People who think they are good look
ing havo a warm place In the heart of
A man seldom discovers the dansrerou
microbe In kisses until about a year after
If a woman keen hr faen closed when
Ue ha nothing to say, lt'a a aste bet
she ho reached the age of discretion.
l a disease, tho thought ot which holds ter
rors for xnost people, yet all cases are not
necessarily fatal. Wright's disease follows
neglect of the early stages ot klduoy' disease
and failure to take a good efficient remedy
and correct kidney trouble In lbs Incipleucy.
Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Remedy
has proved most effective In the condition
which makes possible the lnildlouB advances
ot disease of the kidneys when taken in time,
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy has
brought welcome relief and a roturn to health
to sufferers for oyer 36 years, as thousands
and f 1 sizes sold everywhere by drug-
for freo sample to Warner's Bale
P. M. SATURDAYS
Until September 1st,
we will make up, free
of charge, drapery
from our Drapery De
partment. AMD OIKTtKNTh STnCCT
AMERICANS ARE AHEAD HOW
United States Team Leads by Two
Match's af Winbleton.
ANOTHER VICTORY NECESSARY
Play doe to the Fullest Extent of
Fire Bet, of Which British Take
Two to Their Opponents'
WIMBLEDON, England, July M. As
tho result of today' victory by Maurice
li MoLoughlln of Ban Francisco ana
Harold H. Hockett ot New York over
H. Iloper Barrett and C. P. Dixon, In
tha. doubles match, the United State
team lead) by two matches to one in
the struggle for the Dwight F. Davis
lawn tennis trophy and require only
one moro victory In the. two. remaining
Ingle match to carry oft the cup.
Tho match wont to It fullest extent
of tlvo sets, ot which the American took
three to their opponent two, the score
Hule Without Avail
The English defender, who began to
play tennis together when MoLoughlln
waa still In knickerbockers, tried all the
wlloa of which they are masters, but
without avail. McLoughlln hod- recovered
hla form and lost only one of hi serv
ice games. One Hackett played the
game which his opponents liked, by feed
ing them low volley at the net, where
the English veteran formed an absolute
atone wall. They made every possible
return to aHokett, recognizing In him the
weak link of the American defense.
Although often tempted, MoLouglln did
not poach on his partner1 preserves,
often heroically allowing him to take the
overhead ball, which ho himself loves
to smash. Toward the end of the match
Hackett became more sure In hi volleys
and lobs, whloh hod been falling short
Mclaughlin smashed hi racket In tho
fourth aet and the Briton were within a
point ot winning the aet and the match,
.. . , i , . . .
uui mo vumpmian never tauerea ana
pulled hi own service out of the flro.
If tho draw I adhered to for the single
to be played on Monday, McLougltn will
face Charles P. Dixon, who waa defeated
by William in Friday match, while tho
young Harvard player will be eent against
John C. Parke, who took tho Calif ornlan's
Seorea of Today Game.
-Tho scoring In tho match ot today.
showing sets, game, point, placement,
netted balls, out and double service
lUc&ett and McLoughlln (United
& O. FT. PL. N. O. D.
ffllrst set 0 S M IS It 10 0
Mecond set ......... I 0 17 8 9 0 1
Third et 0 I S3 U 14 11 0
Fourth set 17 41 17 fi 10 0
iFlfUx set ...k.. 1 - C 26 15 H S 0
Total S K 171 B4 S ST "l
Barrett and Dixon (England).
8. Q. PT.PL.N. O.
mm set l
8 11 IS 0
S 18 S O
Third set 1
Fourth set 0
Fifth set 0
It 14 S 0
Total 3 23 US ' 3 73 SS 3
TOTAL, BCOtUCt) TO DATE.
A recapitulation of the three matche
played to date In the challenge round
M. 8. O.PT. PUN, a D.
United State. 1 S 80 633 171 ITS 124 8
England 1 7 T3 513 201 ra 12J 14
Miss Josephine Shumaksr ot Fremont
and Charles Fletcher ot St. Paul, Minn,
were married at the Pox ton hotel Satur
day at U o'clock. Quite a company of
relative and mend witnessed the cere
mony. The service were performed by
Iter, Charts W. Bavtdge.
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
To Give Him a Good Tima,
"John." ah said, "I've decided to atay
uuHio an summer ana uo wnai x can
to mtu you cumiorxauia nere,
"That'a very noble of you. How do
you propose to oegin to mane m com
"WelL It you will please hanr the
hammock and get the sofa pillow from
tne ironi room upstair ana telephone
to the employment agency and teil them
they simply must send me a girl before
noon tomorrow even If I have to pay her
t a week, and then pull down the cur
tains In the I brary and see If the garbage
fan im nrn!urk pnl-rul I'll tail vs.1.
RAILROADS MAKE CONCESSION
Lines Withdraw Demands for Arbi
trating Their Grievances.
SETTLEMENT SEEMS PROBABLE
Articles of Arbitration Will Contain
Sixteen Original Demand of Em
ploye 'Award to Ilecotne
ISffectlve October 1.
NEW YOIIK, July 26. The eastern rail
roads today withdrew their demand that
their grievance against the employe
should be considered by the federal board
appointed to arbitrate the demand for
better wage and working condition
made by conductor and trainmen.
Thl concession apparently removed the
only remaining obstacle to arbitration
and the avoidance of a strike. With thl
Issue disposed of the railroad fnonoger
and the labor traders expected to reach
a speedy agreement on the text ot tho
question to be laid before the board of
In a statement explaining their position
the managers sold they have made these
concessions because they-felt It was their
duty to protect the public.
After a brief conference with the labor
leader the mediators announced that tho
articles of arbitration-would present the
sixteen original demand of the efn.
ploye without change. The only point
won by the railroad was an agreement
that tho decision of the arbitrators should
become effective October 1, Instead of
Men Announce Ileprescntntlve.
Tho conductor and trainmen announced
the names of their representative on tho
board ot arbitration this afternoon. They
are Lucius E. Bheppard of Cedar Rapid,
la., senior vlco president ot tho Order nf
Hallway Conductors, and Daniel L. Ceaca
of Cleveland, O., editor and manager nf
the Hallway Trainmen, official crgan of
the trainmen's organization.
Statement ot Itnllronrip.
The managers' decision wo announced
after they had spent the morning In con
sultation by tolophone and telegraph with
the presidents of their road. It wa an
nounced In the form ot a letter ad
dressed to the board of mediation and
conciliation. The letter said:
"To preclude the possibility of another
crisis such as this arising when the rail
roads should desire to have considered
Important questions relative to tho pay
and working conditions of conductors
and trainmen, the conference committee
of managers on July 16, announced that
In the Interest of the public as a whole
these matter which were given In de
tail should be passed on by the board
which would arbitrate tho demands ot
the conductors and trainmen tor In
creass in pay.
"The managoro' committee ha never
refused to arbitrate the demands of the
men under the provision of tho New
land act but they thought In all fairness
matter whloh the railroads desired
passed on should be considered at the
same time. They presented a list of in
equity and excessive wages that the rail
roads felt should be corrected.
Position of Employes Denounced.
"The right to Include these in the agree
ment to arbitrate wa denied by tho menr
they also declined to let tho United State
Board of Mediation and Conciliation de-
ciae wnotner uiese matters should be
arbitrated. They then refused the sug,
gostlon of the railroads to arbitrate the
question of 'these matter and nhnbunced
that Unless th railroads withdrew Ihelf
request & striko would bo called.
"It Is evident the conductors' and train
men'' organisations would go to the full
extant of subjecting the company to thu
calamity that a strike on the eastern
railroad would cause rather than have
all matters pertaining to the questions at
issue submitted to fair and comprehensive
'The railroad must protect the pub
lic Thereforo they waive their right to
Includo their requests in the articles of
the agreement to arbitrate at thl time
without prejudice to any other right of
Harold F. Henwood
Sentenced to Death
DENVER. Colo., July 24.-Judgo C. C.
Butler thl morning sentenced Harold F.
Henwood to death within the week of
October U, for the murder of George E.
Copeland for which he recently wa con
victed after his aeoond trial. Tho Judge
however, recommended that the governor
ot Colorado commute the sentence to lite
Imprisonment. The Jury which heard the
eoond trial returned a verdict of first
degrco murder and assessed the punish
ment at death.
DANIELS VIEWS WOMAN
SUFFRAGE WITHOUT ALARM
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2S.-Secretary
of the Navy Josephus Daniels told the
women of thevSan Francisco Clvlo league
tonight, that, whatever the opinion ot
Individuals about the 'wisdom of woman
surtrage, "we may a well get ready tor
the Inevitable, for women are going to
"Only last month," he continued,
"Illlnpls gave them the ballot for all ex
cept constitutional offices, and the
present generation will witness complete
woman suffrage In every state In the
American uhlon. And when it come, the
constitution will not be broken and the
home wilt not be dethroned."
WILL TRY TO RECALL
SIOUX FALLS OFFICER
BIOU7C FALLS, a D., July 26. (Spe
cial.) The local Taxpayers' league, which
was responsible for the tiling of a re
call petition against IL K. dates, a mem
ber ot tho board pf city commissioners ot
Sioux Falls, ha secured a candidate to
run against Mr. Catea at the recall elec
tion, which will be held August 12. Tha
candidate of the league I George P, Har
rls, who, like Mr. Qatcs, wa a pioneer
resident of the city. The forces ot the
two opposing candidate now are being
marshaled for what promise to be one
ofthe hottest campaigns ever waged in
.Section 3fnn Inlnred.
PJEnRE. S. D., July (Special Tele
gram.) Ed Pederson, a section man, was
brought to the hospital here today from
Powell suffering from a broken back and
entirely paralyxed in his leg and lower
part ot hla body. He wa knocked from
a handcar and run over by a speeder,
which crashed Into the car.
Uurarlar Worlj at Beatrice,
BEATRICE. Neb.. July 26. (SDeclal
TelegratV) Burglars entered Marlowe'
cafe at the Burlington station last night,
but secured little for their trouble. En
trance wo gained through a rear window.
UNITED STATES WILL
NOT MAKE CHANGE IN
ITS MEXICAN POLICY
(Continued from Page One.)
but I don't think much ot that sugges
tion." Sntlre Directed nt Ilrynn,
The ambassador met Mrs. Henry Lane
Wilson and hi two sons, who had pre
ceded him here. Asked Just hdw soon he
would finish his conferences, he said:
"I'll certainly hurry them," and then
added with a laugh: "I understand from
the newspapers thnt my presence in
Washington Is costing Mr. Bryan 12,000 a
day by losing him lecture engagement.
Well, I must be an expensive visitor."
After he hod breakfasted Ambassador
Wilson hurried to the State department,
where Secretary Bryan wa waiting.
President Wilson had left to play golf. It
had not been determined If he was to see
the ambassador today or tomorrow.
At the end of a halt hour's conference
with the ambassador, Secretary Bryan,
saying the talk would be continued at 3
o'clock this afternoon, hurried to tho
capltol to meet tho foreign relations com
mittee. He said he would only discuss
the Nlcaragunn treaty there.
Secretary Bryan would. make no an
nouncement of his conference with the
nmbossodor further than to say that Mr.
Wilson had made a preliminary report.
Mr. Bryan wo asked about the state
ment that DeValle has been furnished
with a copy ot tho State department
code, but beyond saying he never hod
announced that DeValle was an agent
of the State department, he refused to
discuss the question.
Stenographer Ileport Interview.
Ambassador Wilson, however, received
the correspondent In Mr. Bryan' office.
While he was questioned. Secretary
Bryan's private secretary mado a eteno
graphic record of the Interview, which
turned out to be not at all Illuminating
on the situation further than bringing
from tha ambassador a dental of the
statement that he hod been asked to
prepare a report on tho mediation propo
sition. The ambassador spent the first
part ot the day going over copies of his
previous report to the State department.
Later It wa defenltely determined that
Ambassador Wllaon will not confer with
the president until Monday. He spent
the remainder of the day conferring with
De Valle See Drron.
De Valle 1b a former California state
senator from Los Angeles. President
Wilson recently stated he had received
letters directly from him on conditions.
In Mexico. He Is . supposed to be Sec
tary Bryan's personal representative, but
Mr. Bryan ha not disclosed De Valle'
connection with the department.
State department advices confirmed
earlier reports of the capture of Torrcon
by the constitutionalists and said the
federals otlll occupy Monclova.
De Valla also hod a conference with
Secretary Bryan, at which It vyas under
stood be submitted something In the na
ture of a report or recommendations
based on hi observation in Mexico.
Whether it related to Ambassador W.I1
on waa not established. Both he and
JJr. Bryan declined to discuss It, It be
came known today that Do Valle cam
to Washington from Mexico on the same
train and the some ship with Ambassa
A a result ot its conference with Sec
retary Bryan tha foreign relation com'
mlttee will call In Ambassador Wilson
probably early next week' for on ex
planation ot Mexican condition. The
ambassador's appearance will be nr
ranged to occur after he has concluded
his conferences with the president and
tho secretary, The committee will en
dorse no line ot action and reach no
conclusion as to policies until after the
conference with Ambassador Wilson and
Intimations were given by Secretary
Bryan to the committee today that the
administration was prepared for any de
velopments In Mexican affairs, but the
nature of the policy being shaped at the
Whlto House and State department was
not disclosed. The proposals for media
tion wero not brought up at the aenato
conference and no suggestions on that
point were volunteered by the secretary
American In Madera Safe.
The Americans In Madera, for whose
safety much fear has been felt, have been
unmolested, and all Is quiet there, ac
cording to a report by messenger from
Madera to Chihuahua, which American
Consul Letcher today wired the State
Consul Letcher at Chihuahua ha been
Instructed to demand the release of
Charles Blssel and Bernard McDonald,
reported held there by the Mexican fed
erals In a prison pen under sentence ot
The State department has taken a more
aggressive attitude than in most similar
case and ha made representations to
the Mexican government through the em
bassy in Mexico City and the consul at
Blssell and McDonald are mining en
gineer. McDonald 1 aald to be an
Englishman. They were captured while
attempting to take American refugees
Store In Danngo Destroyed.
EL PASO. Tex., July 26. Practically all
of the larger stores In tho city of
Durango and between forty and fifty
smaller one were destroyed by rebels
When they took that city a few days
Ben Agulrre, who I In El Paso after
walking more than 160 miles to escape
from Durango, brought with him a list
of the larger store that were destroyed.
The list Includes:
Le Sulre, German, general hardware;
Francis Martltlma, French, dry goods;
La Pcrla, Greek-Turkish. Jewelry: La
Elgancla, Servian. dryjgobds.;Puerta Da
Vera Crux, SpaniohTfKTWsry : Durango
Clothing company-,47 Amrfian:' Durango
Mercantile company, Ajnertpan. general
merchandise; American Orotery company.
American, groceries; Cafe De Launlon;
El Laflro, Turkish, hats"; aiorteela,' Bel
gian. Train leaving Juarea yesterday for
Chihuahua ran Into a band ot rebels at
Samalayuca, about seventy-five mt!e
south of Juarez, and a flht ensued be
tween the rebel and the escorting fed
eral troop train. The rebels, who were
from Oretaga'a command at Guadalupe,
forty mile east of Juarez, ore said by
the federals to have been repulsed. Gen
eral Inez Salazar Is arranging to pursue
the rebels with his cavalry from Juarez.
Sharp Flarht In Monclovn.
EAGLE PASS. Tex., July Si-Five hun
dred federal who made a sortie from
Monclova yesterday were driven back by
constitutionalists, according to reports to
Picdra Negras today. Considerable
losses on both sides were reported.
Federals were said to have executed
two well-known Mexican business men
Shop Saturday Before
6 P. M.
Beginning Saturday, August 2, tho Associated
Retailors of Omaha havo agreed to close their places
of business at 6 p. m. instead of 9 p. ni. as has been,
If' this move proves to bo popular and in lino
with publio sentiment tho Associated Retailers of
Omaha will make this a permanent, all-the-year-round
i This step is in line with other progressive cities
and will bo of undoubted benefit to both the buying
public and the great army of employes. By buying
early the public gets tho benefit of hotter assort
ments aaud more courteous, treatment from the sales
people for tho reason that they are not played out,
as they sometimes bocomo by 6 o'clock.
The Buying Public Will Decide
whether or not the retail stores in Omaha will con
tinue this early closing throughout the year, by
its attitude during the month pf AuguBt. If thia
move proves popular with the publio, tho member
ship in the Associated Retailers of Omaha will
gladly stand whatever loss there may be, believing
that it will be only temporary.
Help make this movement a success. Will you
take enough, interest to let us know by mail what
you think of this move?
Address lotters to tho Secretary's office, Room
508 City National Bank Building.
ASSOCIATED RETAILERS OP OMAHA,
By H. A. Thompson, President.
of Monclova, Francisco Delgado and
Francisco Garza, because they sympa
thized with the constitutionalists. Itofu
gees assert there have been many other
executions In Monclova.
Preparations to resist & threatened at
tack on the constitutionalists' capital,
Plcdras Negras, were mode today. Fed
erals were reported advancing along the
Rio Grande from Nuevo Laredo. A con
stitutionalist column wo sent out to meet
Asks Three Autos
WASHINGTON, July 26. Secretary
Wilson ot the Department ot Labor, who
has informed congress that one touring
car automobile, ah electric runabout and'
an automobile truck are necessary to the
good 'conduct of the new department, ap
parently ha launched his request on 'a
rocky legislative road. Members of the
house- who were friendly ' to the cabinet
officer's demand, admitted today that
the minority membership probably would
have "fun" with the Item, which likely
will bo included in the urgent deficiency
bill that the appropriation committee
now Is preparing.
"I am afraid Secretary Wilson's
requisition will develop tiro trouble, bad
cylinder and bent axles," said one ot
tha democratic leaders, "before it gets
past the minority obpectlon. Other de
partment head have their motor and
Mr. Wilson should have his. but thl Is
the day of reprisals."
Secretary Wilson had estimated that
the three car would cost not to exceed
13.500. This amount, however, may be
cut down by the appropriations committee
through the substitution of cheaper car.
Takes Another Turn
BINGHAMTON,' N. T July 28.-A new
trend may be given the Inquiry into the
cause of the fatal fire In the factory of
tha Blnghamton Clothing company by the
evidence offered by Mrs. William Whit
ney, one of tho employes, who declares
she called attention to the unusual heat
In the building at 1 o'clock and smelted
smoke at X o'clock and called the atten
tion ot the girl to It The flames were
discovered at 2:30. This would sustain
the theory that fire started In a large
number of rags stored In the basement.
The search for the bodies has ended,
the last being found outside the ruins
beneath a fallen wall, crushed and burned
so as to bo.unrecoznlzab!e.
The Insurance companies have agreed
to pay lite policies without demanding
identification of victim and the Blng
hamton Clothing company announce it
will resume work at once.
The publio funeral and interment of the
unidentified will be held tomorrow. All
ot the injured are expected to live.
Is Writing Novel
NEW YORK, July K.-Torter Charlton,
who was recently sold to be HI In the jail
ot Hudson county, New Jersey, where he
is awaiting extradition to Italy for trial
on a charge of wife murder, Is In good
health. Charlton Is denying tho report ot
hi Illness by moiling to hi friend photo
graphs which he has had taken of him
self In the Jill during the last week. He
appears from them to be almost robust
It la learned that dui!n three year'
confinement he has engaged In Interview
ing many other prisoner with whom no
came In contact and has attempted a
novel ot underworld life.
The prisoner declares such confidence
that he will bo acquitted In Italy that
he (old a friend In Jail yesterday that he
would surely be back In this country for
a dinner with him on Christmas day.
Judge Paul Charlton, his father, and
his stepmother have been staying for the
lost ten day at a little hotel opposite
the jail, and they spend several hours
daily with' the prisoner.
Skinned front Head to Heel
wa Ben Pool, Threet, Ala., when drag
ged over a rough road, but lluckln'a
Amir. Ralve healed all hi tnjurU. 23c
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise- j
Key to the Situation Be Advertising. J
Mason & Hamlin Oo,
I thank tho Mason & Ham
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uso of their beautiful piano
lias given me during my
American tour; such Instru
ments add luster to tho famo
of tho Mason & Hamlin Pi
ano; no other Instrument
has appealed to mo so much,
owing to the wonderful com
bination of qualities, round
ness of touch and perfect
mechanism, and lovely sing
ing tone. fc
Metropolitan Opera Co.
The above letter from an
other one of the -world's great
est artists is but one of thous
ands of a similar nature that
have been received by the Ma
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WORLD'S BEST PIANO.
Come in and eee these Pianos
If you Intend purchasing
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is but another word for closer
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seller, for mutual benefit,
Remedies Co., Dept. 3oz, uocuesier, is. x
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