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SEVENTY-tlFTH YEAR ' . -y; : ; , . - . , .. ' - ' ' ' ' '"' ' ' : ' -" j ' - ' ""' ' ' ' - " ' ' '
BOD S1BIBLE ARE
upheld ey LeiDEn
Bryan Spores! Evolution in
Address Completed irv Face
of Death Angel
GODLESSNESS IS FLAYED
Dead Statesman Devoted Self to
Crusade Against Substitu
tion of Science for I I
DAYTON, Tenn. July 28-(By
Associated Press.)- The anti-eyo-
lutlon siwech," in the delirary of
Which William Jennings Bryan
hoped to make his "supreme ef
lort," today was given the world,
despite the faet its author's Hps
had been; sealed by death. I
It Is Bryan's exposition of j re
ligious faith and indictment of the
evolutionary hypothesis,, set forth
u mi uim uruuani eloquence anq
philosophical phraseology. .
j ! i In it Christianity is held up as
the only means by which ! "the
problem that Tex the heart and
pcrpiex ido wona," may be solved
AToiquon i$ branded as J only
muaons or ; guesses strung to
gether," disputing the !truth of
Xae Blblf as the word of God."
The address was to have, been
dellrered in the trial of John T.
Scopes, f convicted of violating
Tennessee; law prohibiting the
teaching of evolutfonr In its
schools, but by agreement cdunsel
closing Arguments were dispensed
;with. i . iviV-'i; . H
When the great commoner pre
pared tot deliver his message at an
eriy aaie. when it would have
oeen released for publication!
throughout the country. Bui to4
night he lies silent within q
bronze casket. - fjp I -jih-llj
Following thejeathf Jher huU
band, Sunday, Mrs. Bryan, placed
the speech in the hands of Qeorge
P., Mil ton,-pre8ident and editor of
the Chatunooga News, a devoted
trfend of the commoner, who ad
mired his courage and sincerity in
his last great battle; Mr. Milton
decide to make the address pub-
"The (right of the state to con
trol the public schools is affirmed
In-the recent decision, in the1 Ore
gon case, which declares that the
iaiB i can airect what shall ; be
taught nd also forbid .the teach
ing of anything 'manifestly inimi
cal 10 the , public welfare', Mr
ryan asserted. "The above de-
cision goes even farther and de
clares that the parent not only has
the right to guard the religious
weuare of the child, but Is in duty
ound to guar.dif." :. ,
After adding that it was hardly
necessary to state that the anti
""'"Mon j law aid not have "its
origin In bigotry," Mr, . Bryan
asked "what right has a little ir
responsible m oligarchy of self
styled 'intellectuals' to : demand
control 6t the schools of the TJnlt,
ed States.! In which 25,000,000 of
childrenl are being educated at an
annual expense of nearly two bil
tif' Further.- discussion of .legal
phases ?f the case and the evi
dence Introduced by the state was
fifyen bjr Mr Bryan, who then de-
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TERMS ARE UNANSWERED
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FRKNCII RECEIVE NO REPLY
;r TO ADVANCES O PEACE
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PARIS, July 28 (By T Asso
ciated Press.) The French gov
ernment insisted tonight that it
had received no communication
either official or semi-official from
Abd-El-Krim, leader of the war
ring Moroccan,' in answer to
France's outline of peace tefmsv
Earlier" in the day Premier
Painleve had Informed the cabinet
that no peace proposals had been
received from AbdjEl-Krim : either
by France or plan These de
nials were considered; necessary
because of reports emanatingf rom
London.; that Tbd-El-Krim had in
formed the French government .of
the conditions he was prepared to
ubmit ;as ,a basis of negotiations.
.Marshal Lyautcy, in the reor
ganization of themUltary com
mand in Morocco, it js understood,
will retain ; supreme command,
while Generar Naulln will be in
command of -all. the forces in the
zone of operations. K
WHLT ESTIMATE LARGE
SPOKANE, Wash.. July 28.
panlel jKrehblel, field agent .or
the Seed Wheat corporation of
Washington, today estimated that
the 1925 wheat crop ef eastern
Washington will be 100 per cent
larger than the 1924 crop, file es
timated an average yield of 10.9
bushels an acre as compared with
4.45 bushejs an acre produced last
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GATE CLOSES OH BLOCH
MOOXSHIXER GETS ONK YEAR
z AND $1,000 USE
uu on ltomrrl - Iw.
bentenced to Prison for
Offense in County
"1-Sl man from Marinn
county to be sentenced to the state
Prison , for possession of liquor or
perauon of a still was rj
at that institution Tuesday after-
"uvawnen warry BJoch of Salem
:r"7.u-'" "a gan Irving
"wr lerm. ha wan 9 Ion
"ue" i.uuo hy Circuit Judge
Percy R. JKelly. The finA
Judge Kelly" denounend f ho
uuui as one of the most riar.
rant Tiolators3pf the law who had
come to. his attention. The one.
year sentence and the si ann
came as a disttact shock t!
defendant. Whe iVS''ii!
his hand ftvpf hn
1.1. " wrf'-""tt 8UOOJt
m uaze.t 1 m was taken
we penuentiary yesterday af
viuwa ana . aressert in
furnished by Paul Mund, on whose
was in - operation.
Muno at the same time entered
a plea of .guilty to a charge of
y0e83ion or a still, and was sen
tenrert Tin iiin. . . .
sideratlon of his havln.- t.no
iiHrn an in a m
state's" evidence. i
It Was brOUSht nt tn avMor,.
offered that Bloch furnished the
still which was, operated 6n the
Muno. farm. It Was n Ian M V - .
Bloch's presence on - the rX
caused domestic trouble nlment. succeeded bv Orrel Powell:
nhase of th c ,v..-Z:.;.r"
- "- wns iaKen
lBto cnniMentln. il.. ,
Of Muho's daughters, ajed 15 and
, jiieipea to operate the linnnr
GAS RAT WAR STARTED
SOUTH DAKOTA TO OPERATE
$i STATIONS THIS WEEK
MITCHELL, S. D.. Jnlv 9.X
ttesumjuon of . South Dakota'
wr against . gasoline Drice of
independent companies" wllf begin
the latter part of this week or the
mnantAi." nf -Ko.iI
nrs part of next; - wfth several
owtiw aiauons aisnennni mni.
fuel in;an attempt to force Jovr
prices, r w. A. Pratber, -superintendent
-of the local state highway
.v mowuu HUBBimny
supply depot, announced today
that a supply of gasoline has been
uruerea irom rerinerles- for each
oiae seven state stations estab-
Iished by Governor MacMaster and
thls supply is expeegted to arrive
w.ium iwe nays, i , s
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Besides these seven stations thol
"" "6w7 vuiuuiission, wnicniccu iiimen to ponce nere today
7 v,ee Ul me gasoline cam-
paign.has ordered equipment for
24 new stations forming a net
stations will be opened as sooa as
the equipment is installed.
Independent companies here to-
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23 to 26 cents a gallon. This
price is a bit higher than the state one of the taxtcab company's tele- The position of the ship was de
stattoqs, will establish, Mr. Prather Phones on a downtown street scribed as being five miles off Ab-
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BRYAN STORY RELATED
INTERVIEW OBTAINED WHEN
. SHERIFF HALTS AUTO
LONGVIEW, Wash.; July 28
Death of William Jennings Bryan
recalls an incident - In connection
with his . last i trip to - the Pacific
northwest. On September, 12, last
year, while en route by motorcar
from Portland to Seattle, the com
moner made a hurried visit to
Longview, but did not stay long
enough for newspapermen to in
terview him. Determined to get
a story, a c local reporter f called
Sheriff Clark Studebaker at
wasue jkock. The sheriff went
out on the Pacific highway and
stopped the Bryan1 automobile un
der 'pretense of searching R for
intoxicants. : Bryan . at once l
realized he, was the -victim of a
friendly hoax - and ottered the I
sheriff a drink of ice cold water I
which he had purchased in Kelso.
The reporter got his story.
rapists xose appeal
PORTLAND YOUTHS MUST
.SERVE TIME IN. PRISON
Three ."Portland ,r yoatha found
guilty pf rape in the Clackamas
circuit court in 1 92 S must serve
from two to five years in. the pen-
itentniary, according to an opinion
handed down In the supreme court
yesterday by Justice O. P Co3how,
with Chief Justice McBrlde , and
Justices Rand and Burnett con
curring. ; ! '.V-;-
The three young men are Allen
McLaren, son of W. G.: McLaren,
member of the state parole board
and rescue ,and aid work for prls
oners J tq'serve . f ou r years ; G lad-
wjn Lawspaugh, five years and
Archie Livingston, two years.
Each of the young men took
part ; In -the commission -of the
crime charged against all three.
according to the opinion, :
Only Eleven Resignations
Are received,: superin
tendent Jells board i
hiUnC hlUHtl UAL Li ONE
Majority. Resign or transfer; New
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Instructors Are Selected by
' School Board ' Last 1
- Last Night
During the past year the; Salem
7k v V , c' 'i "curs
thrU!? re8l8nation dnrlng
or year eince his adminis-
yauo? nere' superintendent pt
01:110018 '- w- S told mem
tho school board at" their
Session last night. Eleven res'g-
nations Uave been received from
teachers employed last year, he de
clared, -:r-r , -: j
Only one teacher has been lostltn argumentative statement of a
to the. Portland schools. where in -
creases In salary bave attracted
teachers from many parts 'of the!
Teachers haye resigned or been
transferred and new teachers
placed foFthe coming year as fol -
lows: I !
Senior high scnool R. U.
Moore- assistant principal, resign-
led. succeeded hv R. WL Tn)nn -
Bee DeGood. commercial denartl
j. Cr,u..v; : - 'Z'PSi0l r the act of two
I " v.i.tuUci6ci , ujw leacn-i
I . In k v, ,
Partment; Lewis A. Woodworth.
new teacher of Latin and Fmnch?
urreu Powell, "new teacher of
English. . . l - ,
Junior high school - Joanna
Olyan, resigned, succeeded "by
Hazel I. Brewer;. Virgil McKinney,
resigned, succeeded by Felix A.
subject; Delia T. Keeney, resign
ed, succeeded by Alma Pohl,
. . , 7 a J"ari 'v-
leave of absence for a year; F. E.
mjrue fetaer, succeea-
ed by Edith Bragg: additional
teachers, T. 04 Davis, assistant
principal and teacher; Grace Sul
(Cntinnd oi pa( 8)
fniciiiAKi i 4
orlTtWORK IS CHARGED
xkl.kimioxk AvIRE IS 8AID CUT
HEN ARGU3IENT IS LOST r
. SEATTLE. July 28.1 j. R Phil.
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nps, iormer president of the Seat-
tie central labor council, snrrenrf.
response 10 a warrant Issued in
which he was charged by H. J.
Erickson. vice-president -of the
v"""' UtU UUUU1DT. WimifllCht frnm v j.-.-tli
cutting a telephone wire on July
24 during an argument with ren!
resentaUves of the taxi eaK
'J"l""uu tiaims mat ne
saw Phillips cut a wire leading in
W MVa .
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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY-MORNING. JULY 93 iQ9s
DARR0W GIVES ANSWER
TO ADDRESS 'BY BRYAN
RKFBREXCB 'to LEOPOLD AKD
' LOKB IS CX)XTR.DICTEI
Chicago Attorney; Relies to Poet
.. niorter Speech of Dead
v LEXINGTON, Ky Jnly 28.
Darrow, Chicago lawyer, who up
held the theory of evolution at
the John ,T. Scopes trial at Day-
ton. Tenn 1 tonliht .Vr
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nam ,J. .Bryan, fundamenUlist
champion and his. chief opponent
at-tie Dayton trial. Mr. Darrow
came here today for a brief vaca
tion and. probably will remain two
me message of Mr. Bryan,
given out through the press today
by Mrs. Bryan on account of the
Like the message of Mr. Bryan
commoner's death. Mr. Darrow al
so Issued bis answer through the
press and not In an address
i nave read what Mr. Bryan
intended for his speech at Day
ion only Hurriedly," Mr. Darrow
said, 'but it" impresses me as only
j'awyer. He referred again to the
Loeb and Leopold case, and the
Philosophy of Nietxche. He indl
hated that, in his belief, inch nhll.
osopny may hare been responsible
I ror leir act. a
l "Loeb knew nothing of erolu
I won or NIetzche. It is probable
he never heard of either. " Leo-
che' nfZ' - r
1 ' . . tH11 oecanse Leopold
reaa -letzch- does tDat
I ? y- or education w,
1 J a
"isn't u peculiar thai of the
millions of young men and women
who . have attended universities
and' colleges of ho country and
studied evolution and . perhaps
xsieticne, that only one of them
(CoDtLDDcd !( PC 6)
DIRIGIBLE IN STORMS
hhjkaaDOAH DOIKJKS ELEC.
TRIC STORMS ON TRIP
LAKEHDRST, N. J., July 28.
XBy.Assoclated Press.) After 30
I honrs In, the air, during which
munaersnowers ana log were en
countered, the navy dirigible
wuluc'tu -ww. navy airiginie
Shenandoah returned early today
from maneuvers off the Virginia
Commander Zachary Lansdowne
reported a successful cruise, de-
soit for tt h viint,
Tuesday moraine nA -.r..
aoualla n x
. LAKEHDRST N J Jnlv sr
(By Associated Press I 11
Shenandoah reoorted tht th bm
, , 7 u
vers off the Virginia coast arlv
i! D. 8i.7
jam AAA K
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW!
15 LOADS OF UNWANTED
DIRT IS FOUND ON LAWN
1111 SCHOOL UNWIL-
LIXG RECIPIENT OF SOIL
GuUty Penon rnldentlfled; L. J.l
Simeral Asks Who, Why
.cv luaas ot airt on
me jawn at the Richmond school?
This is the query to which L. J.
Simeral. chairman of the school
board . building, vainly seeks the
answer. He - asked th
- - vra
ooard members at their meetlne1" Ucve Notes
aigni, out round no explan
atlon. r "
Who put it there, whv. hn
and where can the guilty party be
uu. are additional nuesii..
asked. When tha rnrnw. .
of the dirt is found h. m vJ
asked to take it away, shovelful
oj snoveirull. -Simeral deelr-
as far a he can learn the ioh .
done without authority and cer-
talnly. without a desiro'on SImer-
al's part that it be done In ft
strco -assurance tnat hl h.
manas wiii be quite Insistent.
ouucrai in tne course of hla
rcn ror loformatlon has
ions of.what shonld h h. " 17.11
the dirt, and nin rlnni-
10, he reports, surges t that u tu
oonaiea to the Division street
vroneny owners to help fill -the
division street mUlrace ditch
PAPER COMPANY ACTS
wrrRits xii I'AV TnniTrw
Wxsinv ViVVvA"" w
1IV tSIOX FILUXO
a rvMoiii -.
ONeill, .one of the nro -
mrttora r-r . v .lr . "
rnoters of the Western Paper Con-
, " v vvu -
Verting company which Dlans tn
Pttn ln,:ormed 1Ial
a - .
.." : yesteraay
lisno V i i,roTiae
",i""cu ivuu ne -
PMM .v ..... .
th n,.i:Tr:.Jr ... v nlncr
j crl ull-u- i ne es -
l""lB.ul vu was given by Ross
Miles, who nndrtnAir't VC:
.ui.es, wno undertoAk tn iin v. I
IW mm SUm.
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oKilcV . - ... . . . "
- " ucnaicu luitL inn pa -
uo-iiicui ui me iaciory nere is
assured. The plant wULbe cani-
.nit J - A n -
TAX CUT URGED
WASHINGTON. July 28.- CBv
Associated Press.) Tax reduction
to the amount of at least 1500.-
f t rv rv w
vuu.uuu wun exemption of all
taxes on all incomes of $5,000 or
less and elimination of the mls
cellaneous and inheritance taxes.
was urged here today by Senator
Coneiand da" "V' x7J T!!"1
r,Y "ZZZ'Tr.. Ior'
He advocated reduction
taxes to 10 per cent.
&UiORS ARE ATTACKED
SYDNEY. July 28. Attacks on
oii . l
. ."L ua owies neet.
which is visIUng here seemed to
be on the increase . today. The
authorities are giving severe sen
fences to those responsible for the
wnru fnp '"""""wrauon or me tneory that
New Information Is Gatfiered
in bensational Brawley
LETTERS SAID' FORGED
Traden's Pocket Were
Written by Third Perl I
on Who Killed
CENTRO. Cal.. July! 28-
(By A880cIated Press.) A hlther-
. lo nupeciea motive for1 the
8laTln of Henry Kirk and the
parportGd uicide of John Truden
about 10 dayi go wa" u jested
,n the 'n'ormation transmitted by
ieaerai secret service agents to
the sheriff's office today; that
Kirk left Honolulu, where be had
been a photographer, rather sud-
denly during the invesUgatlon of"
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counterieltlng conspiracy. which
culminated in the conviction and
imprisonment of two of his for
Kirk came to the little town of
imperial about three months ago
and although he Is said to have
been plentifully supplied I with!
money, accepted humble employ
ment as a truck driver.
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i ne reveiaiinn Mtnen Tapani
investigators that Kirk's depart-
u frnm tt" ..; P.," l. .
m " " " uuuui was
nnli I. .A..tU. ni. iv.
i u tuuuccitvu witu me coun
l tarrAitin. .
. ....n ylUip appai ciillj ex-1
plains why the man w.. imi J
ijiiog wny me man l
vuiviu aia I MD 11LL1K
the Mexican border, but officials
believe it also may lead to th
Iinain of a motive for his slaying
imat nu-nnth nr wha.na... .
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ao WIth h,s llee1 with
I It is
- " :i " "u " yuoioie
a If. ...
I tha ".nflMa 'tata. Tt.
I ici vi wuuii i r u-
1 npn inrinv th.t v j itti . j
7.-' "a v auicu
Kirk in a
lnai aTWi .,.,..lDni an rn.nn
to kill 11 ,r ."7
cleverly designed to throw sus-
piclon from the person'or persons
who killed both Kirk and Truden.
JAPANESE LEGATE -DEAD
E. A. RANCROFT PASSES APT-
ER LONG ILLNESS I ..
WASHINGTON. July ZglL-fBy
Associated Press.) Death of Am-
bassador Edgar A. Bancroft at
Karulxawa. Janan. as renort tn
tha h ' . J . "
the state department today by the
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ru.: .v. fe.Dr,ercaD,egr.am:a,de1
Ir "mlI,eace.r,!Uy: .. .
immedbxt,L Jl 7ai v V v
immediately was telerranhed bv
. , . ""M'W
the deceased In the" United States
and steps were taken to ascertain
.uscmcBis me aepart-
ucui, , uugm mate to brliie the
body from Japan. Mr. Kellorr
also expressed regrets that the! rT Is almost within hailing dls
goverament. through thV untimely rnce 'od us. Tonight we en-
death, had lost the services of a
nigniy efficient and capable of
flclal. - s
iae aeatn of the ambassador
came at a time when he was In
the midst of vnriin, n u v.
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lnrormal conversations In Tokyo
"'""u iiujioriani aspects "or the
Chinese situation, at nra.a.
most difficult of the International
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m-wus Deiore tne Washington
LUMBER TOWN IS BURHED
FIRE CAUSES Tsuis. hp .i,
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40O ARE HOMELESS
OLYMPIA. July 28. f n- A.v.
viiea n-essi. Fire originating in
me mm or the J. L. Jacksoh Lum
ber company of Mayton In Mtn
!.-. . -
uuiBiun county at 5:43 this
the mill with
875.000 and spread to th rai.
aences surrounding the milL burn
ing snout 20 of them with m in..
estimated arnnn ?n nA i . . " I
and . Kal
A rail ro-,--. .i .
at,l.k V v. - ' 1
.. naa nub iu uiTmn i.
- "-' uruugai response I rom the I
Red Cross. th innt. v i.v. 1 !
night are doing.wbat they! can to
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care lor the homeless. Rev. Rob
ert Bryemcr. pastor of the local
cnurcn, opened the church build-
mg to those whose . homes Had
been destroyed and they, are being
4 no AitK Tir,x.t";' 'icny as sacrilege or plain petty
sheltered there and in hastUyp0111 Billy Fisher. 14
erected tents. I Tr old firebug, committed to the I
Officials of the lumber cOmDanTli:0rrectIon home at Glen Elten atU
estimated that the loss to the jnill r he caused destruction of prop- Blood-stained pillow case near
was 875,000 and that theilos- to lued at more than 81.000 by was solved today when it was
houses and household furalhlnr 000. today was returned t tt.. learned that he had he tf
and automobiles would amount to
SZ5.080 ttr more.
Five hundred and fifty thousand
eci w inmoer jn tne yards was
also destroyed. The 'plant was
appraised a year ago at $58,000.
About 55 men were employed and
the daily cut was 60,000 feet-
m i nuuu rivu ucti
ELINSKI TO PROVIDE
FOR BABY'S SUPPORT
HAZEL GRKEN FARMER PRO
NOUNCED GCILTY BY JURY
Responsibility for Illegitimate
Child PUeed; to Hearken,
fWith conviction hinging on a
letter written by the defendant.
St,! co"A ,S
day of being the father of an ille-l
gitlmate child born to Helen Can-1
iardr a young Salem girl. . Zielln
ski wilt be sentenced this morniig
if 'some stipulation is not reiched
between the principals in the case.
According to a 1917 statute. ZioLI
liiBki must give his name to the
cmia. and support it until it reach
es an age of 14 years. The Jury
reached a verdict on the first bsl- Associated Press). The moun
Iot. and was out only 20 minutes. tH,n,v , L... .
On the stand. Zlelinski denied
all allegations made by the nialn-
tiff. Several polnti tim nn how.
ever, which were said by the girl's
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io Dear mvesugation.
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ui luese wa leiier writ
ten uy Z.ieilnski to tha srirl In
lkich he mdo Utemeht..' accord-
i .w . . .
inai were said
uumiw w acknowledgement
of responsibility for the affair.
This letter was the crux of the cr-
ure trial and was made much oil
by attorneys for the plaintiff.
The law governing such eases
.l Bd7 th Terdlct
.leunskl may be forced to pay
from $100 to $350 a year for the
support of the. child durlnr the
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thai, and until the chiM tMrt
I me age Of 1 4. n ma ha ,ninnsll
i 4 . . w "-""f"'-1 a tormai paean
ed to Day from ilKn irnn .ln .. ...
" " t m v u mi
e-r. The child Is also riven hi,
name' The chlId has equal inheri-
ri8nts with legitimate chil-
iinB 'aw requires that a bond
i must oe nosted nr .nm.i..4
I . , " ""CUl
mount l guarantee the payment
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un auDDon . mnimv an 11. .
I in 1 na Awavi h .V. .
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I y."' lu aeienaant may be sentl"118 Arlington cemetery th
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"OWDOIN AXD PEARY LEAVE
GREENLAND FOR NORTH
WASHINGTON. Jnl 2Rrn,
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wm, "uu rLaiT of the Mae -
. ArcVc "Pedltlon. left
1 1 V ern,". Greenland, yes-
wru morning and nrArf
?!lh0 Me,TlIle ay. This in-
conveyed in a radio
r i . . . . . "
niJL .:icr. received
1 "L'a" V001 J Geographic
YV7 Tia eattie. if reads:
The Bowdoln led the Peary
uu. ui.i.iu a. m. toaay. It was
clear d cold by noon, but to-
rards 4 'ck la the afternoon
f tMck bclt ot ice
I at TnrtoknrtnV a rt u ,
.r. ""V ,n"
" " c wcie lurougn in tne blue
haters to the north. At a .vLv
this evening we are off, Wilcox
me miamous Devil's I
"unio. ane of exnlnrer-
I "We are in a llaht fop .m th.
ier. tne notorious Melville boyi
which may be crossed in &.!
sail and In which many a -hln
oouna north has spent weeks or
months fighting the Ice
We now have a variation f n
degrees and the compass points
west Instead of north. AH well
nUUbtAU IS STOLEN
POLICE UNABLE TO CLASfinrr
1 . " mm
THIEF RESPONSIBLI2 I
HOLLYWOOD. Cal.' Jnlv a I
By Associated Press). Police to-l
f a . I m
'ncwre uncertain whether to
larceny two thefu reported to
them today.. One was the case of
Miss Lorrie Larson, pretty bride-
to-be, who tearfully told how a
burglar entered her home last
night and stole most of her trous-
Mn Ini1ni1liii.'i VU. I
na lam m tHmm. i. -
and valued at more than week',
wages. . .
j line otner sad story was-related
ut wno compilIBM 1
r. Everhard who complained I
"i.u. iie aaspacis a
' UU"B5 mw OB-
BUJ t IREBUG RELEASED
OVER l,0O0,000 LOSS CAUSED
i BY 14-YE.1R-OLD LAD
OAKLAND. July 28. (By As-
potne of his parents here to die.
JPhysiclans said the bo- In nff.r.lln
De from an incurable disease.
ueu -lked to see tha
fire engines go." Billy set fir to j
more than 50 residences, 2 school I
buildings, two lumber mills, a I
warehouse and other s(rnrti.
DEAD LEADER HUD
Hundreds of Mountain Folk
Gaze on Face of Their
SIMPLE HONORS GIVEN
- 1 Body Will be Taken to.Waahlns-
ton Tomorrow; Advocate of
TtMe WW Rert With
- . Military Heroes
I DAYTON, Tenn.. July 28. fBr
T "uniMW' mpT
pian0Jng "PecUtors . of his last
I great battle, paid their final trU
bte today to "Bmn - fri0.
i - - -
cbamnlon of their fhvun.n t.u.
- .Wl W4.
Tasslng in line, hundreds of
men womett "Wrea who
i w.t.i..j .v ...
oi me great
commoner. looked for the last
Itima l.t. .v. -i... '
of their leader . i.. 7- .!
hnrahi- nt ,
ed throuVh tL.ZZ V" T El
I casket the tim ti. v
! Io,nence often nowsd 10
hearU of men
Later, as the hartw. i-v.
enedon th itr .
i.. - -
iney stood, again in a patient mul-
litnrfa " , .
i uo iwa m near a
I mlnlst.. v. . .
uwj tor me ilia and
works of Willi. j
i was uryan. the clear-voiced
herald of religious fundamental
ism who received 'the last rites
here today. Thursday and Friday
in Washington, his countrymen
will pay hirh hnnnr tr. K.
1 - - VVIUU
i rnrii rnf.rt.in i . . .
- o..k.iU. yrcBiuenuai can-
.1 1 a . . .
lormer ecretary of
iMtlAM.I a "
w.vui oi volunteers In the -war
with Spain will b- i3m -
I.., .v- J w
r "" awoM " the
the. widow embodi
ment of fortitude in time of sor."
row fron her rouing chair was
Preparing her hon.eh nM tnm V.
I .- .
:"re tomorrow, toward the
I, i no special car
tJ inneral party arrived la
. . " loaay- lQ the morn-
I " o:0 o'clock tt m
?f Lhtno0. whence after an
,n..wn,cn the public there
1 . . . -
"" - ooay. tne dead lead
escort will g0 to Wash,
I ,ul" oy way of Knoxvllle.
I to1' Roanoke and Lynchbure Tha
I u" ooumern railway . I nn.
"cheduied train which .hTr
"oss.the Potomac shorUy beforl
o'clock Thursday morning. '
I l th. t,..i. i...' ... lr
" jae. airs. Bryan
I itum owen, the common,
er'i daurhter Va-.v"""
K0ff Reginald Owea of the BrlC
,Bn army; s. Bryan
Jacksonville, cousin of the com
moner; Colonel P. s. Callahan.
Louisville; William E. Thompson,
secretary to Mr. Bryan; Wallace
Haggard. Dayton lawyer . and
friend of the Bryan family; Mrs.
C. CV Stevens, b
William H. McCartney, chauffeur
tor tne Bryan family,
Funeral arrangements at -With.
Ington had not been definitely
fixed tonight. Early 'today the
grief-stricken woman announced
that her husband's funeral serv
ices at Washington would be held
!? York Avenue Presbyterian
M n Tl mj fa . a. " aa
I t P8810 wryan
d, the Rev. WalUce Radcliffe.
has been a rreat friend of tha
former secreUry of sUte and his
When Mrs." Bryan.il earned that
Dr. Ratcllffe was absent in Eur-
0P. "he told Mr. Thompson that
fnrther deUIls of the Washington
rltes would be worked out on ar-
rlTal t the national caniUL
William Bryan, the son, will
Inln Via nnv . f . .
panled by Mrs. Grace irarPar--
(another daughter of the ,da.i
"witesman. Funeral and burial
hours will then be determined
after Iheir long journeys.
MURDER THEORY FALSE
ALASKAN FOUND TO ntvrr
DIED IN UHIR-FIGUT
. CORDOVA. Alaska. July 2S.
(By Associated Press.) A mnr-
der raystery whlch was n.tc
br the finding of the body of John
Newman. Dan rreek DrosTxvtrtr
Pa a gravel bar in the Rtrar-i
jD3r khe washlc? dishrs
e creek. Badly lnlure.l in vQ
"sai mat fonawed.-after rti--for
a while la his cabin bd v-
man started for clrl! . ( o-i t ,
seek aid and diel of r, xr',
and exhaustion while on th? trai;
He had been missing fr a'n '