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"HOW I SAVED THE NATION"-ROOSEVELT
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NEW YORK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1911.
10 PAGES
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1 EDITION
EDITION.
'ACTING FOR COUNTRY,'
LET STEEL GRAB I. C. I,
ROOSEVELT TESTIFIES
Frick and Gary Knew They Couldn't
Gobble Company if He Op
posed It, Former Pre i
dent Testifies.
AVED NATION ON BRINK
OF FINANCIAL DISASTER
o-Called Morgan Interests Alone
Claimed Confidence, So Ad
ministration Intervened.
Evo: v.hi ig I did. in 1907 I tay to-day. WM absolutely wise also
lnle'.y rlrrht X wat acting fo tits country. X acted for to bttt The
retpontlblllty wat mint alone.
This was the keynote of the testimony of Theodore Roosevelt to
day before the Congressional Committee investigating the .c:eel Trust,
upon whose session he burst at lo.3o o"clock this morning, witli his usual
unexpede.tne..
Chairman Stanley knew he was coming. Chairman Stanley had
:islc.i him to enrrw. Bui no ons utse knew exeent Serpeant-:ii-Arms
rrank McGuire, wh had c.i t ried tiie
lu Police Lieut, Kertnell. in the Mayor's oliice thai it was almost time to
.all out the reserves,
Kennell sent word to Capt. HcdgttU at Elizabeth Street and the re
serves were turned 01 i of the traffic Station i i the hasement of City Hall,
'then word got ab u1 that something extraordinar) was about to occur.
While ever h .: was wondering there was a flurry at the door like
.! whirlwind on a lc; fy sidewalk and in came Mr. R welt.
The former President Sas dressed III
light crash lultt an I .1 collar cut
low It was altnott Invlaible, He wen
Ht once to the . lad of the com m -. 1 lie
table and was launched Into tattlmony
by Chairman S.hnle:' without a: onii
. e.ng required "f hint,
fol. Itoosevep trvited the whole OOOa
ton once his formal prepared I I la"
ment iind been read In hit moat tonM
l nd dramatic m.innri as a great,
merry game, lie laUM '"'I and c iU I
and Joked, only tk MVd then p..
to aet hit Jaw hard, pound .: Ubli
and rub In his 1 0.1 1 in; l.e hove
.made a mistake in trying to relieve Hit
r:;i,J: i rrSS 5
'buy Tenneswe Coal nd Iron for I'.h
big rival, the Unltad Elates B'.aal Cor
poration. it was developed In the htarlng that
Mr. Kooseveit undaratood lUat not only
were a trust compdnj and I I I bank
Ina house names not known to him
In danjor of going to the wall, but t
the T. C. A I. It.-eir v.-aa 'n oanncr o.
failure.
Km soon aa he was seated Col
Roosevelt began reading a typewritten
statement which he had prepared.
It was aa follows:
WOW HE STOPPED PANIC WITH
NATION "ON 3RINK."
"In the fall of INT there were severe
litialnets dlsturhnn.es and financial
utiingency, culminating In a pan
which aroie In New York ajid spread
over the country. The (lamaiie aotllally
dona waa great, and damage threatened
t at Incalculahle.
"Thanks largaly to tha action of
the Oovarmmant, tha panic waa
atoppad bafora, tnsrtaad of balng
m.r.ly a serious business chars. It
became a frightful and nation-wide
calamity, a dlaattar fraught witb
untold misery and woo to all our
paopla. Por aavaral daya tns na
tion tramblad on tha brink of auco
a calamity, of auoh a dlaaatsr, a
70a cloubtl.ss i.m.mber
Tuning these days both the Secretary
of tho Treasury and I personally were
In hourly Mintnunuc.it .un w.th New
York, following every change In the
wltuatUm and tr fog l antl.'lpato evory
developtient.
It waji th) obvious duty of tho Ad
ministration to take every atep possible
lu preent appalling disaster by check
ing line spread of the panic befo.e It
Krew so that nothing could chaok M;
and events moved With, such speed that
tt WM ne-essary to deride and to aot
on tha Instant, aa aa-.'h auocelve anttt
arose, If the decision and action wera
t accomplish ani'Uilng. The Saaiary
(Contlnuad on S.cond PagaJ
I
message, until McGuirc whispered ;
as
I HI
M
Mffltary Honors for Japanese
Hero, Who Is Rjjcive.i by
President in Blue Room
WA iff! KOTOW, An I. President
Tafl met Admiral Togo at I. II 0'olOOk
thlt afternoon In a brief reception at
the White House As the Admiral and
hi niftY entered the White House two
troops of the Fifteenth I'nlted States
Cavalry, which had escorted him from
hl hntel stood at attention with drawn
awords.
Major A. W, Blitl and LttSit.ConV I.,
r. ral: -t, military and naval aides, re-
h e. ; c, ly, led tiie JaoanOtt hern to the
Blu Room, where Chindlar Hale, Third
Aatitttnt BooratkFy of Stte, liitrodu.'ed
him to the President.
The United States : ivernment throngli
President Tift, Secretary of State Knox:
an.l Aotlhf Mai retary of the Navy Wln
throp officially honorad Admiral Toga,
An almost continuous round of en-
tortalnn tnl trai piann.Ni for the jap.i-
neo Admiral, who arose refrehtd
to-day from his fatiguing day in Sfetr
York. Ills prOaTaaiRM to-day In ltd lei
calls upon and return sails by Ra -retary
of State Knox and Acting Se r-
torv the .Navy Back ran
Wl:
and army and navy oflicers ganarslly
arart rootlvad until noon by Admiral
Togo tit his hotel.
In the afternoon the audience with
Pratldant Tift and n slghtMalng tour
Mere s -.leduled, the tit- rta'n:ii -ir of
the day being brought to a dim ix by
a dinner at the White House to-night
Paaoa TVOatlat Iteferred.
WABHINOTON, Aug. 8. The Sana'
I today referred t.-te r.eneral arWtrstlon
tre;1 tl0B wlLn Oreat llrltaln and Frincn
I to tha Foraign Ralatlona Committee.
'chairman n promiaad aarly oon-
aidaratton.
TAFT MEETS TOGO
TATE AT THE
WHITE HOUSE
IMJUItL UUUI1L Ull
BROOKLYN LINES
Three Sympathizers Are Jailed
and Woman Mob Leader
Is Arrested.
TO APPEAL TO MAYOR.
Smith Street, Hamilton and
Franklin Ave. Branches
Stopped, De Kalb Affected.
The Urooklyn nolle wop utterly un
able to cope with a srtrlko of employees
of the Con.'y Island and Brooklyn Ra-tl-roul
rom,mny which begun at 4 o'clock
to-dny nnd resulted during the day In
many violent attacks upon the crew.,
of cars sent out In a vain effort to break
the strike. On paJRtaflflPtf and more
tV.an a acora of strikebreaker were
serlouely hurt by the striker.
Three lines are tied up by the strike
and a portion of a fourth has had to
dlseontinue service. Three men and one
woman have been arrested for taking
part In the street attacks. In which
mobs of from IflO to 500 have defied the
police. ' The three men were (riven
Workhouse sentences of five days each,
hut the action of the Magistrate did
tiot deter their fellows from continuing:
scenes of violence.
The centre of the atrlke disorder Is
at Ninth street and Third avenue.
Brooklyn, where headquarters of the
strikers are In charge of Patrick A.
Shea, organizer for the Amalgamated
Association of Klertrlc Hallway Km
payees, to whteh the men of the coney
inland and Brooklyn Company belong.
The lines tied up by the strike are:
Smith street line, from Brooklyn
Bridge to I'oney Island.
Franklin street line, from Wllllama
burg Brldgt to Coney ltland.
He Kl 1 avanut line, insofar as the
, cars oper-ted over the Smith street
line to anil from Coney Island are
, concerned.
Hamilton ferry line, from Hamilton
j ferry to the Smith street line, of which
- the ferry line Is a part.
WILL ASK GAYNOR TO TAKE A
HAND.
I Organizer Shea will go to-morrow to
St. James, I.. I . to ask Mayor Oaynor
to a hand In settling t".e strike.
ShOO came to the City Hall to-day but
found thai the Mayor was tit his OOUH
' try place, President Mil. hel In ButOXM
ami thai the city had no official head
I on t ie Job.
At a o'clock this afternoon the com-
I pany decided to run tht Malledc ar
i bnc': to the barns andni ake im further
attempt to operate tn-nlghi
.Ml t:ie cars on the Franklin avenue
line were nut of commission hy 11
O'clock, Toe strikers on 'he Smith
street line began working upon Ihelr
fellow -workers on the Frinklln avenue
line a soon aa tliej had their own
Una suffloiontly Involved to stagnate
It operation. Fourteen cars had g ne
' on the Franklin avenue line and w.-rs
I running at 10 o'clock. Then the per
1 suasivc eloquence of the strikers pre
I vailed. As the cars came to the har"s
1 at Frank In avenue and Carroll street,
tha motormen ran them In and left
them.
After 11 o'clock no cars left the Wlll
UlMburi Bridge on the Franklin ave
nue line. The officials of the company
sail they would rush man over from
.the Smith street line's h. i ns and have
them taiie out the Pranklln cars. They
promised service during the day, and.
on the other hand, the strikers prom:s 1
trouble If the service was attempted.
The three men who acre arreted after
tha aeries of wild atreat rlota with
whl''h tha police had not ben able t0
cope I iccaaafully were:
Josepii ;:an fif N'o. 42x I'nlon street.
John Manning of No. Klghth street,
Urooklyn.
CarntllUl Carter of No. 2oC Tenh
street, Broktytt
Whe;i they were arraigned baffayg
Magistrate Naumer In the Fifth Avenue
Poltet Court thoy iri p.omptly sen
tenced to s rve five days In the Work-
'
and thu ItagUtfatg announced
i .-in. nation to ItOJD .,lreet violence.
CARS INTO BARRICADE
PAN
t-UILT BV STRIKE.
Th company prtotpltatad a hoi ngnt
with st.-.Kers i,nd a tptOtaVOttlgf WTeok
when It Ittamptfd to move four care
tnat had paan atallcd In N'ln-.a street
and fourth avanut Mhen thetr crews
datarttd thorn enrs n'os. 3S?. 5-j,
and fiuO were In the line, and strike
brotktri were ten: to man them. Un
der a alnwer of br!-:.s and stones the
inotortnen aent the cars ahead at a
(Continued on fourth
Airship Leaving Governors Island,
Showing New York Skyscraper Line
(Specially Photographed by Evtning World start Photographer) ,
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r TaKF' ly'rtajVi
Harry Schultz, Given to Siran
K;er as Child, Gets Title Inn
Will Lose Sweetheart.
llptatai to T grsalst Vtrtlt
I'P.I.., I'a. Aug i. Prom New
York Orphan Home to tht head of tie
Prussian principality of Llotitanbarg
With the title of I'rliee von Hillitlier. la
tht. strange mil faa n.ulng story of
t:o life of u boy re a res I by foster par-
ntg at Vort'i Kast, tntt county.
Ptftoon years ago the , ,n, av in
Baptlti Church of New Tork tout Uttia
Harry Schultz. aa ib wm k iiwn than,
to the home of In-, a id dra. M 1.. Ad
ams at North Kast rill mother had
d lad In poverty. Kchu'. x is now a
ant manager of the w.-stern Kle t..e
'o:npaiiy. on West Ten n street, op. mi.
til the Ouagfd I-lne dOOJk, New m
He Is engagad to Mlse Klmlna lllnter
of PiittOurg and mutt brsak tha tn-
' ... ) j ja
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V . f 4 I
!' ' ' .f
NEW YORK WAIF
' a primp nr no 1
1 n 1 iiiiiui. '.'I mum
V&i 7 alsWPem?J HoteaKTflsl
Taaa' sfl IhAtigLaMiT'sjL SmM.VSRmHAW
gagement If he goctptt his title and
fori una,
Tht ttory of ho Harry Sennit came
I uhaeoi er thai he ' - really i 'i net von
Ounthar is told by Mrs pr, Adatw -
d' Han had ne i.'i- JJai-l much a ' n
loi. to his ancewtry unit ' tin p,i.-iila
o' Miss Hint- r, hit fianc e, mads objec
tions to his lack of pedigree, lie knew
that his father and mother hod come
from QernuMiy, thai hit fath had died
when he WM Very small and hit neither
had late: married a man named gohuitt,
by whose n.itie- he had en known, but
aa his mother had died in e:iernn pov
erty when he was ten yaart old ho
knew little more nf ...s family history.
He eueoeeded In local ng an old .,ii-
erwoiiiHn In Neu VorM tfbo had been a
friend of his mother, and from hi r lie
learned that ha had an uncle living in
the city To tht unclt he ivi'iii for fur-tb'-r
Information and learned that his
mother was tha daughter of the prim e
vo Ounthar of I. Iitenberg in Rhenlth
Prussia, an l that having married a poor
army officer agalnti the wishes of her
rather, she had been dlaogfntd a'd e
hutband dltmltttd in dlagrtot from 'he
artnyv
Tiny had come to America, wheiB
both died. When usNurml of his Id. n
tlty the young man cabltd ' his grati I-
f.. t wr, who Is ttlll tivtnig, Sever. il
meaaggoa were exchanged, and u mat-r-erer
from the old Print fount von
n inther came over to New fork and
snent a week with tiie young HI an, who
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SC0REST0-DAY
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
r .h, t,i
AT PITTSBURG.
t il ANTS
ooooio (j
I'lfTjBUr'Q
II 10 0 1
Batteries atarquard and Meyerti Lal
Raid and oiison.
AT CrllCACiO.
ui'iHjki.yN
0 2 2
CHICAQI '
12 0
Batttrlti Rui ker ami Bergen; lluel-
liach and Ar, her.
AT iT LOUI9.
l;i iSTON
(I 0 I)
ST. LOUIs
Oil)
t . let Iti and Kllng, Ilarmon
j gad llresnshati.
americaTleague.
AT NEW YORK.
, r.LF.VtLAND
(10 0 2
IIIOIII.ANDEHS
4 0 1 r
Ptntteries siregg and rieher. Ford
and S aer.ey
AEROPLANES DROP
IN JERSEY AFTER HOT
RACE OVER THE CITY
Three Pilots Awe Great Crowd Here
in Flight From Governor s
Island Over the Sky
scraper Tops.
ONE MACHINE FALLS
INTO RUNYONS WOODS.
Another Birdman Alights at Trenton
for Gasoline, Then Continues
Third Airship Comes Down.
VSmVaVBnniA, Vat, Aug. a. Tho n rat aoroplana la
alphte raaa paaaad ova Olty Ball towar at a.ad
After a beautiful start trom Governor's Island, in which Eugene Ely,
Lincoln Beachey and HiiRh Robinson left at 2.4o o'clock for the first
American intercity aeroplane raa with Philadelphia as the goal, all three
of the machines came down at points in New Jersey less than sixty
miles from the sttarting point. The three men were racing for a prize of
$5,000 ortered by (iinibel Hros. for the tirst of the racers who reaches
Pairmount Park, Philadelphia.
Brief telegraphic reports from Trenton say that one of the machines
fell in Runyon Wood!, MMstOOl Junction, a point aNut three miles east
of New Hrunswick. Another alighteJ tive miles south of New Hruns-wk-k.
One of the ihree, supposed to be Heachey, reached Whitehead
MilLs, the regular stopping point, at VSS o'clock, filled his gasoline tank
and resumed his flight at 4.13 to Philadelphia, ihirt-tour mile distant.
He came down fifly-eight miles from New York.
STILWELLS AUTO
HELD UP BECAUSE
OF NUMBER "579"
Harlem Policeman Thought
He Had Jewel Clerk's
Slayer in Senator's Car.
That the police are aet til after the I Ills pine,
tftggglnt of Adolph Stern, the cirk in Iteacney got away first. Ills aero
Jacoby s Jewelry store, at Thirteenth Plane left the parade ground at Oov
etreet and Slath avenue, who was shut i trnoi 's Island at 1.41 0'ctOOk. Then Kly
and killed afterth store was robbeiL '
w shown to-day when Policeman Cof.
MM bus fi't'onnell ordered the chauffeur
of a touring car bearing the license
nun: tf 87,81 to drive over to ttie Kast
ine Hundred ami Twentv-slith street
station
O'ConnaM saw the ,-ar standing In
front of the New York Central ttatlon
1 im line Hundred and T . nt -, -rift h street,
an.l the Humbert "1-7-a" which were
part of th license number of th tall-
can which tiguted in tha robbery Md
murder attract.! hi attention.
At the station house the chauffeur
laid the .ar bainngtd to Slate Senator
ktU Vail and that e was Fiank H
gar ague of No, n,i utlnvlllt avanut,
Kings ridgt A detective waa s. nt out
to Investigate th' aoouro y of the cliauf
ItUr'l statement.
KLEINOW BUYS HIS RELEASE.
BOtrTON, Mass, Aug. .'.-Jack
K.e.uow, the Vgttrag lied Sox citcher.
nht.se htinie Is in ..New jork. t.t-da.v
I .- - .i ,-etl Ii. release from
I I. in
guhn i- Tgylor and becamt a 'free
agent" In has. ball. KltlnOw can now
play Ph ei ever he 'an make a contract,
ift laid to-l' that he hhd not yet
rloaad a deal, but It Is likely Kb- now
will land with one of the big league
. l ib
aitriu (ssrrvaliuus an
1 lltH.tK 11. It..
It . toutsMri bias, on Usui lllttr lti ami Ntj it
i ... t .. sttrsuiii I. uts Jul faaa utd
isaulitittu att.t 11 CttulwlM. Hrrtuthls and Man
fa i a Una - m -.4-.' u I
psrosli list. u. Tssltslt tatkiB. Muatj
Htr. sml ir,,lise' :ie Tht WtuM Trsicl
luw Arcxtt Pulllasr W' -t Bui.lmg. SJ aa
pars rnj ttMsaua tUUO.
iha aTaw Tork-VbUa-
No detjills are reporlesl to i!ie aup-'-I
fill of ope of the machine or
the reason fir th- Of ent of the ot3er
T 'e aerond two ai lators hav not been
i . . i ted -is ng strain lirfo the air
flea obey juitd that he had ne Informa
tion as to the car uhlcrfi came down
at New itrunswh-k. Ills own machine
was all right, he added, and he had
only descended for more gtiaolene. He
lo-- bit buoy after leaving KlUaheth
and Qvered more distance than was
nt i c getting on tha right track
ag i in.
HAMILTON DECLINED TO THY
ONE OF NEW SHIPS
The machines used are the new trp"
CurtiM aeroplaoea, which differ In some
material rea pacts from th older types.
Charlei K Hamilton was slated to
operate one of them. At the last
minute he Vclned to make the run be
cause nf his lack of familiarity with
the new pattern, and F.ugene Ely took
went into t:ie air a minute later. Rob-
IngOg ttae tie last of tue three to take
wing .i ;l e jj, headed for New York
at IMt o'clock.
Th.- t !,, .ntii il. w rapidly north over
the Hi ,i- nn River and up to lh lllmbel
.store, near the .nteraectlon or Kriaad
Way, sixth avenut and Thirty-fourth
Ireeti T ity circled over tiie ahopping
' and thi n twung back over th
Hudaon at l. as th,- Ptmnaylvanla
Tt- t ny tucked up the line
ol i ii-. ul truck ttti.l hesided for
Pbiladt in iiu.
T ...i' . er oondttlona were Ideal.
T - lnd waa blowing from the aoudW
v. est and making Dftaan iiu1ti an hour,
with kidioatlon of a dc-rtNtae in ve
locity STREETS CHOKED WIT'i CROWD
WAITING TO SEE ACE.
Iti the sane onler In which they
!, ft Oovernor'l ltland the aeroplanes
clrcli I m. i passed tie starting mark
I it lllmbel -tore Heachey rrotaed
nt at 1.47 o'clock, Kly ut 8.411 and
It i-i .on it J ,sl o'clock.
B dvt i-.. itVtnth avenue and croea
the neighborhood of the etore
net. l.i with people, cheerfully
treadn - in one another'! toes a they
I skloa, Kvary window of
Ii3te and office building which
open I toward the route .f the My ere
v - full of faces.
Tht Thirty-third street "L" elation
platform waa crowded with people ...io
had paid dVt cents in the hopa (kf gi
ting a bettei look if courat the
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