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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1906, Janesville, Wisconsin                               I CIRCCLATlOiN OF TUB GAZETjTt. YESTERDAY JJ" -TV -r-r -tr 'ZTj'fTTr swsssgM jLE DAILY lu. POLITICS ARE MUCH WARMER i i Sentiment Is Being Moulded By All The Can- didates For The September Primaries. DAVIDSON IS HARD AT WORK NOW ___ V 11- I I Many Basing Features Of The A i TO Madison, WU July returned from a tilp to Can Campaign Against His Opponent Easily hae fn Saturday' political of The fact that two Sung V two thousand nier u them voteis were clllfr S3SSST" on the scene icst among t llPTVl 1OIIU k" I Ms the nomination boe in -bonnet and ho may compticoto yle fieid it lie Mcuons uiumees will go aglim his bonnet and Ho may complicate and vv.li be backed b> the leaders of the paity i Cochems' Plain In touching upon the the plain statement of Hen ot Milwaukee, who seel.5; congressman, rogaidin- in which the existing COL mm row "lc'c ----I "Vossinan "campaigns is interesting the whole deal I true nete true mjhe not tiv to bribe Host fl wleie Nolan ii inau thousand dol [Jo- a game fight against Coopei roi iund Mid if x out Host, still tne Houser i did not ti with the tale of the two lars for tho campaign THAW'S COUNCIL STOPS WHOLESALEEXPOSURBS Secures Temporary Writ Restraining District Attorney Jerome And ttew York Grand Jury. the jury from talcing any evl the lulling of [BY ASSOCIATED PMSB New Toilv, July 17-John D Glea son one of Barrv K Thaw s counsel, appealed before Justice Blancbard m straining tne- CWSIMUU HARGIS AND CALLAHAN ACaUITTEDOF MURDER Mfen Implicated By'Curtiss to The, Slay- ing Of J. B. Marcum In -Kentucky, Freed By Court.- ASSOCIAIED rnrss Beattwille, Kj July seventy two minutes' deliberation the jury in the Hargis Callabaa trial for the mmde. ot T B Marcum-returned a verdict-of not guilty, closing one of Inmost interesting criminal cases vei tried in a Kentucky court It ias also been one of the most bit erlv fought legal fights and the inter est of the entire Breadthitt Count} LATE cAmethmg to the storv entitled to the NOW GET BUSY From now SPECIAL TRAIN TO MONON A 'ABANDONED UL, the nomination rernment stand the lhca going .may; HIBERNIANS GATHER FOR BIENNjAL MEET v National Convention Of Ancient Order Will Be Opened At Saratoqa Sprmns Tomorrow. [SIHCIAT, 10 TUB 'aiatoga Springs N Y July 17 More than five Bundled who are to-attend the bicnnrn na- tional convention of the Ancient Or- cler ot Hibernians attended solemn on, jiass at St Petei s cliuicb this I gatisfactprv Yoik bemg the celebrant stood at Madison [srrrT.iL, TO THE UAZETTB e Julyt 17-It i tliat the school com airingcments the railroad teinoon -thaie parade of the QU11U.LB These arc sent out with to surplant I innnat on except of pol.tica' AX: "w Andrew LU I aiscii ,n Tin congressional by t feot at the last of congressional district Dy M T OB r-- teinoon tneie a, i" ,1 delegates, ioUowed bv the formal opcnmg of tbo gathcnng in Conver, t on, hall The national piesideri Tames S Dolor, of: Syracuse, proud cd Other national oWcei- and di ictcois ot the Older in attendance D T Holiness of Butto Mout OBiien ot Ritlimonfl company C Salshlp Now the, attorney genmal S'SrS'.fe there O A alul mudi ?ta to come fiom the gen of tbc soveinmcnt it ap 1 nip assume that it 'SeoS.on foi the benefaction re bv tncmselves vvheieas it is a I and constitutes tund.foi the I sav that to political oficor foi ._ oi Commons 0 seeds sent department of more the losei can affoid to Simla Davidson Busy Goveinor Davidson is I saw on Siturda> talk to timber in The and great, campaigner and when ne nms'loi so called thml term he TMH have learnt much moie The he jumps about from district to dlstiiot and smiles and talks in ins quaint vvaj to this man and to that man, whethoi tliev believe in Ins doe tunes 01 not, icminds one ol tho OKI davs ot tlie waul politics 'the 'bosses sniilcd on all the babies at election time and kissed all the voung girls The fctu ot the domociatic bugaboo does not scorn to afloct anv duct tne campaign ffitwSnT'aiS.naS candidate that ien au atiy oUiel ot the distuct to get a majority vote ind .T James (jaiion 0 Sullivan of Philadelphia G T But lei ot LouiSMllc P D Fairell of "and Rapids and John r Keitmgof Cb.ica-0 The business ot the convention will begin tomorrow moining and, continue until the end 01 the llie ladies auxiliaiy of tlie ordei'is also in session WISCONSIN DENTAL MEN INJJONVENTION Thirty Sixth Annual Meetmq Of The Badqei State Tooth Pullers Now On At Madison. [M1C1U 10 T11.B 1 Madison W5s, Tuly 17-rbe tWitj sixth annual meeting ot the Wjscon sin State Dental societj began m, Aladison today and will continue im til Fiidav Membois ai_e present be a visit at the- home of J H ber departuie Saturday FIFTY THOUSAND IN COLORADO CAPITAL Such Is The Numb-r Of Elki On A Conservative Estimate Who Are Enioyinq Themselves. [M-FCTAI., TO TUB GAZBTTR Denver Colo, Julv at the streets or other public place of Denvei today would give the im pression that everv member of-, the order of Elksl throughout tne lana in the cit} with his family and h tends riflv thousand1 is con seivative estimate of the number ot vibitors and they lepiesent every nook and cornei ot the T he delegates got clown to business at the the convention in tne opeia house this after had been centered verdict j B Marcum, a lawyer, was shot down on the streets two j ears ago and Cuitiss Jett was .tried and'con vTcted of the crime He turned, state save plicated Hargis and Callahan The testimony has been very exciting and has shown the entire countv was dl v7ded into feudal parlies The ver- dict came as a surprise to the prose- cutors, who expected a conviction to an union An. op s noon But the great majority of the gtiidy and derailment visitorvwerc left free to enjoy a por ro 'excellent program, of and addiesses, in addi- isual reports and other loutinT business has been arranged tor the three davs the convention wi11 be in session Tlie piesiuent of the state organlration is Rev R G Ban npn D D of WilUamsport and .the secietarj, M D liathrop, of Carbon dale OriO" Conference Orion, Mich Julj li- joung people have for the institute meeting under of the Michigan Epw The-formal opening takes and the institute rrmtinufi _ will contmu confer ences W F Yoik, Di W A Quajle EIGHT WILL ATTEND LAWRENCE VARSITY Four WJIl Domiciled At'OrmEby Hall, The LadieV Dormitory. f [sucriL 10 SHE GAMTE] Appletoi. Wis JulyaT-JanesvIlle have at i the c dormitoiy ,Lawrence during? the 'coming; aie Miss r Miss Julian and r Blanche .Bennison Others-f.om Tanesv.llq will be regia-- teied at Lavvreuce during the coming but it is that they'.will ,Uier ba  of Denver 'B e of Ypsilanti Rev memDer of the antlered herd U gtewart of Detrort, Dr V nnd other ugenu T, W F Stewart of Detroit, Dr F flip i f and H jjienciL reception and among- the scheduled teitainmenl of the AH day eaKers enteitamment was piovided today at Clty Hprse.Show. Elltchs ,witli a wild west park band con automobile rides M.B r home in Hock spent a couplc of months Horse Sow J, July l' J-" show in tests at City pailc foi the ladips aud innumerable other attractions- thiown in And eveiy- thmg ,s f.ee to the visitoi weaung J u is the general ver folk and summer diet of the society pflrL who Inlet Park daughto Mrs who Douglas spent til jjiiuav ".v. Milwaukee Gicen Bai Marl nette Janewille La Ciosse Oshkosli and luinieioub cities Pxomincat den lists and insiuictois fiom Chicago Milvvaiakee and St Paul will conduct the clinics befote the association PEASANTS MAKE USE OF THE TORCH IS GIVEN TO VANAD1A SHORT Nine Boats Have Finished in the Lonq I ins Race; From IChicaqp. [Ill ASSOClfvTVJJ I Bl SS 1 Chicago July JT-The flrst nine boats flnishca as. follows In the Chi ca-oMackinac vacht lace Jlhe adia The ITavvthoine "The Juan.ta, Tbe Alice I he Hussar The Mistial, rhe Vencodoi, The Neva and The Vanadia vvas cloclaied the ner.on. tlie. tlmo allowance n minutes. as Dairy And Food Commissioners. Haitfoid Conn, Julv sociation of Dalrv and Food Commis sioneis began its annual meeting Jiere today a of tlie states I6piesented Di II W Wiiley of the department, of -agriculture, ex- plain-to the! association tlie new-pure and' meat 'inspecting laws. If In want, read the want ads. Examination Of Accounts Results In Disclosures Which Also Incnm- Hospital Clerk. v ss j Washington b C Julv IT-It stated at the tieasun department to dai that the lecentlv concluded in vestigilion ol the accounts of the ate Maaoi Gooige AL Duising oflicer of tfie treasuij depart mont, "shows a shoitage ot .eiv thutvtliiee thousand dollars it fouiteen of this, is said, to have been innocently paid out oii fraudulent vouchers' presented _rjy. Tames W Bojd, a cleik in the mai ne liosptal sen ice, now in jail pending- tnal lor ralsappiopiiatng government funds. Daily Budqet Larqer Than Usual and Show Revolutionists Ap ply Torch Wantonly. ri i ASSOLI 11 D rr as St Petersburg Ti lv 17 dairv bidget of levolutionaiy outiages ana agraiian disoulcvs w laigei than w ual tcdaj in man, places the.peas ints vvantonlv app ied tho torch to different ____ South Carolina EHitors Charleston S C, Tul> CaioHna Pi ess association con venoa todav at the Isle of Palms foi a session of seveial davs Prominent editors tins morning at tne foimal opening of. the gathering Mayor Rnett and otheis deliveied cordial greetings to for whom response was piesident of the Z H Anil of Newbeiry the conclusion of these formalities M T business m and soutliein Mmnebota Bim W To'lcs wile and little son WCok vMth local ONE MAN BURNED IN HOTEUMRE TODAY PrttebumtheSceneof aSenousCon flaqration Early This [Bl ASSOCIATED SS Pa, Jtilv a MowivPiik at Second avenue Gant sticct earn todaj one Sat Lined to cleith and another ttiiiicd Scvea ofchei persons and were re-cued, from asphyxiation -.ay firemen._______ APPROVES BILL FOR RELIEF OF FAMINE Give Seven Millions order. AMERICAN CAPITAL FOR IRISH LANDS? Sixty Prominent Irish Americans Chicaqo Sail For Old Sod To In vcstiqate Propositions TO TUB GAZETTE 1 roe f Lawrence university have" the corns of Oirnsb- hall been assigned so far in1 advance Despite the fact that an addition affording accomoda- "onlo. nearb 'rao.e ing made to Oimsov. hall there will not he room for all this year, many of the rooms having1 been engaged aa as four weeks, ago1 'The new ad- is now under construbtto. i Contractor Gmeiner announces that It be read> foi occupancy at the opeiung of the schooU ear-about toe girls, Janes lr T 4 v o? the''shows that have gone In.the classes aie the_ rvr Svber.ift. e exhibition closes next Sat 1Ilauv of dollars wiU be distributed in prizes Tennesse Drdqqista. mg school veai The largest number, kt from Janesville during anv previous vear was seven and the authorities are now, assure d that tbis number will be surpassed President lei Plantz announced1 Saturday that the general enrollment at Law- ence this vear will be the largest in Many of the choice rooms the citv have by tte ,n fte in tlie the conditions facts education depopulation and othei vital questions ST. LOUIS ICE DEALERS' SUITS Circuit Attorney Files Suits Aqamst Two Corporations, Charqmq llleqal combination. [BY ASSOCIATLD PUFSS t Louis Mo, Julv_17-Circuit At- whlle ampie -inie enteitainment will for the ladieb accompanying tember '1 __ NEGRO ASSAULTER WILLjyE BY LAW Govan Beard, Who Given Sentence After Be.nq Saved From Mob, To Be Executed Tomorrow. _ s tSPBCIAI, TO OOMOalt. Helena -'Ark July 17 meHnetfhave fm tbe tion beie tomorrow of Govan Beard the diuggists Golfy And Tcnms At two branches of outdoor ill be much, in evidence in The- day, sport, annual tournament also the Central Illinois TJIQJL for an assault on Mrs i white, last December After -the crime taken to Little'Rock to pi event, mob violence vvas convicted special session of court heie and speedilvr given the death-sentence The case was ap- l to the supreme court, whicn the decision of the lower gentry Czar Wll, NOW Ice and fuel old Upno Pain a an Italian 25 veais old wk killed bv a Northwestern passengei uain neai the Racine coun hue He sent back to flag a 4t the conclusion UL the convention took iip the regular order of business The editors wHl O1UU1 "J. -nrlfh hllftl pilatmg seven ness ca o JL .veiuuvucu. themselves with busiy however, as the gathering is i. mil in the nature oF an outing Fndav afternoon matij of the mem- bers of the association and their fam "vlll leave bj boat foi a weeks jaunt to New England Buy It in to the Famine Sufferers of Russia. [BY ASSOCIAT1 D PRESS jiarliament for appro for tne THis is the first en and represents the net legal resul of the montcs W.IJV. rhants Ice Coal company on tlie alleSiou that tho companies were n an alleged combination to leatialn uadc aid fix and maintain the price of'ice. State Militia In Camp Gulfport Miss, Julv tional colors shores of TV ere run na- on-, the Bernard today and trie. couit i_ SPARKS FROM THE WIRES The federal authorities have arrest ed C E Smith Neill at Cleveland O on the charge of usjng the 'mails to Qt of the state became a icalitv Camp The troops will re a icaiv canp ten dm ing which in Rockford world. The hearing of the suit Brought by tne btate of Minnesota against the Duluth board of trade to seouie a dis solution of that coiporation and sell its propei ty has been begun In-the S? Louis county district court The action was biought against the board a the instance of the Minnesota Farmers Exchange, on information tlia the Duluth trade is a monopoly and is operating in viola lion of the trust law cI'MInnesota many other cities McCoy, secretary of the C A buildings, jvir iitio- ed 000 in addition to tne feller offer   

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