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Alien Millions Would Prey on an
Unwarlike Posterity, He
MILITARY TRAINING URGED
Risinp; Generation Must Be
Taught to Die for Their
Country. Asserts Army
Hl ?, |i Va 1" I Brisadier General
Tasker H Bllaa commander of tbe Pe
. . Baat, lo a strlklng ad
A7m before tlv- National Guard Associa
<ion f'f the | t Ited States. in annual ineet
? >-.'-.. dc-lared to-day that tbe oreran
i/fd iBflueneea mealdlag public opinion
ai-irM a culiivatlr.il of the military spirit
in the i:s:np generation were havtag *
Hadettcy !?? make the Unlted States un
! foi its own prcservation.
??j would like to call attcntion to one
tdvan'.,-- of axcaadiag importanee that
would reeull lf ln every two years out
???-irnent of a lit* omanized
rrcilar army wero to co on< e
? carap of Inatrnctloa and
one- brto a oui laapondlng brlgaada eaaap."
t>ajd 11 geni ll "Thla ??? curring through
OUntl. WOUld have h great
\0toei ? In keoptag allva ihe military
ti'ir.t ol ibe nation.''
?topa to tiiink over a not
ars i,nd realiaea the
been, and are, at
4A0ii< . ? iheir effeet upon thia aplril ii
a . onclualon omiaoua of
\o1 lonp ago the oppollMltl i '
I ,. -,t military defence advocatcd
tii<- ? i tenaion of the military
they, or many of them. op
much as tbe other. Not
_n> profeaalonal educatora ad
' taary drlll >n all oarr schoois
and lea. Ini everj boy and young mai,
irkaman with tlu- military rifle.
ia an orajanised effori to pri -
tonlahlng and ateadlly In
? on to profltlng by auch
tion is thal it tenda lo fostcr and
. Iltary spirit.
. ntle and peace-lovlng English
philo.. whom tbe verj narna of
bhorrent, in one >>f hla eaaaya
I :, i he horrora of war
arhik arar araa a very traat
it ,i ai ti<>t the greatest
t u rrible, and thal that sut>
nd slupgish liadtfference on tbe
that made ,t think
! !>c nothlng arorth a "ar was
.: worse, eviL"
! of tl greateal pubLc influ
en. e college preaidenta, college profea
n ho are moulders Ot
the rlsing generation. men arboae su<
arked bj tbe accumulatton of
th, are In Inrraaaing numbers
. u systematlc effort to inoul
thia very doctrina, that under no
.ai'le circumstancea can there b
hlne, that is worth a war. There
bk greal numbera of intluential men
who . herish tti?- delusion and congratu
lat? thems* rea thal new horrora added
tr wi avi made it irnpossihle. and lhat
nd terror of it have a?-com
l what the si.irit of love and rea
? nei.- could not do.
Other Peoplea Eeger for War.
"Tlie evil of all this," said General
Bllaa, "is that. whiie it ls easy to so in
Ojct the rdind of the coming generation
ii. a!l Weatern nations to belieae that
Physical fear of death and mutilatioti
aill make it th..ik there can be nothlng
worth a war. there are still elpht lnin
(Jreri nr a thOUaand millions r.f r.eople to
ahOBI tbe idea of death and rnutilation
cry breath of their nostrils.
repreaant a dvUlaat-aa utteiiy
antagonlstlc to r.urs. and to which they
tili.i- ; . rhapa more tenaciously than we
00 to OUra They retaln their civillza
ador.t tbe material ad
of om own Thay bay our
dyna h.s to llght with electricity tbe
t?iij ea of tbejr gods and tbe best weap
?; u> fipbt their battbs."
Th' gem rai concludaed:
R. ? in long w- shall learn that the great
that are to come
e merely the "groajring pains."
h- ? arere, the atralna, tbe etraaaea by
, Ivlltzatlon fidai.ts itself to
? i lotei n.il rondltlona, but the
Ivilization veraaua civillzation.
.?-. ii da v for the one
ive hoped wonid domfnate the
f we succeed In teachlng Its ad
h?*-. ? ii nol arorth fighting tor
? ?. are many alien millions that
-il' .. rfully die f(.r their8.
were ele. ted b\ the aS
President, lan.ial Thomaa J, Stewart.
rVnrisvlvanla; secretary, General Klliott
C Dill, Malne; treaaurer, General Jeaepk
A Btorch, Nebraaka; vice-presldents,
rai I*. B. Wood, Minnesota: t'olonel
v Q !. tes. Nea Tork; <ieneral J. C.
J-'ost*!, Klorlda; General Charles l Mar
tir. Kanaaa; General .lames Macklln.
Mary land; General W. E linzer, < ?re
g'o; General K M. F'nmbold, Mlssomi;
Oene-? ,.] <' ?' Vaughn, jr., Yirginia: Gen
a-irti s. I'ixon. liiinois; Colonel Harry
Inrllana: (leneral P I.. Abl.ey,
,,inl Colonel Austin Colgate,
PJCHARD A. SAALFIELD DEAD
We!l Known Music Publisher Ex
pires in Hospital.
Ifchard Albert Saalfleld. a music pub
llvh. i <ii.-d yeaaarday in 8t. Dukes Hospl?
tal, wh-re he had been since Monday.
* I | from heart disease. Slnce his
arrlTa! fr"iu I.ondon, s, vt rai months ago,
Mf. Paaltleld bad been living at the Van
otel. <>n Monday he waa taken
a___en!y 111, and was hurried to the bos
Plttl. arhera he lapsed into unconaclous
gr. Saalfield was born ln Ijeeda. Eng
*?*|i ln 1*C7, and at an early age took a
?all interest ln riiuslc. He soon became
Maitiried with musical productlons in
^aadoi:, and then became Interested ln
(,'<*rd and guided the destlnles of Adeliua
1'attl an 1 other operatlc stars. He came
*?" thU <ity many years ago Twenty
>?-rs a.o Mr. Saalfleld entered Ihe music
P-Wishing business. selling all the popu
c at 10 cents a copy. He rap
a_| acqujrud a fortune in thla venture
"*- r, tin d ten years ago, returnlng to
-Mr Saalfleld leavee a wlfe, two daugh
Hat oi,e son and one brother, a Laondon
? . . ._.. ,_
JPrtl CABINET JM FIFTH AVENUE
E-^ibition of Italian Engravings
of the 15th Century
aso da Finiguerra
A N T E?(_"n A
OKRini Wednesday, December 4th
FRANCE RIVALS U. S.
IN NAVAL STRENGTH
This Country Still in Third Place Among
Powers, but the French Are Becoming
Washlngton. Dec 8.?Tbe Unlted
States remains in third placfl Hinoni;
the naval powers of the world, and as
a result of the cuitailment pf 'he naval
construction progrunme nt thfl last
session of Congress. Fraiuc bflCOBII a
more formidalde, rlval foy tbfl poaltlon
which this country now bolda
A (hart just laaued by the ofllcfl of
j naval IntelHgenofl of thfl Navy Depart*
i ment names thfl naval powi rs of 'he
I world in thr- following order, tlie pOOi*
tion of each t>ejng baaad on tonnagfl of
! warships I'liilt and Imtlding: Qreal
I Britain, Oermany, Unlted Btatea,
France, fapan, Rttae__, Italy and Aus?
Whllfl the L'nitrd Btatflfl has live bat
tleships of the DroednoUghl type
I bulldteg or authorteed, France ha?
seven. These flgures are signiflcant as
I Inriicating tho paupu? 1 to devctop the
I strength of the French na\y. ?* at
SUFFRAGETTES AT IT AGAIN
Raids on Letter Boxes Resumed
Over Large Area.
T.ondor.. Per. a. -Tha Bulfragett*
raids on the iett?M boxea ?*rf reaumed
to*nighi over .< larg* area, extendln*
throughoul London Citj t.. Rtchmond,
A l;irp? number of lettera ln .i Hanv
rneramltb i>ox a ere coupletel* de*
?tmyed, the acidfl penetratinc thr ?n
velopes. The bosflfl in the Bnanctel
district a*er* .igam attacked.
PLAN NEW FRENCH LIMERS
Postal Subsidy Pact Covers 25
Years?Four Boats Called For.
I'ans. I >e< ?. - A new postnl aubflMy
agreemenf between tb* irreneli gevera*
ment and the French TiaWflatlantlC Line
from Eiavte to New York w.is signed to
day. it eovera lb* neal tarenty-flve reeia,
and ttfl conditions provtde for thr con*
struction of four new steamships destmed
to enter the service in 15? 1K. 1921, 1911
and 1911, rflflpaetlvely. They ar* to have
ii speed nf twenty knots an hour in sutn
mer and eishteen knots a:i hour in win?
The flubwntkm to the company ic flaed
at $1,200,000 for flacb of th< first f"iir
year*. after which it wlll bc ?ubject tO
so lonp as thr i-rpmii Tranaatlnntlc
(oinpany nialntains i lln* bitwecn II. '?
and <'anadH the Prenea lovernnenl agreei
not to subsidlz.e anv compotlng line
MEXICO MAY GET LOAN
Reported London Will Be Asked
for 20,000,000 Pesos.
MaaJe* Clty, Dee. 1.?II la reported that
giaeoto Mad*ro, Htnleter of Plnance, eon*
templat** goins to Laon-on te Boal a loan
of ifl.eOfl.OOfl poooa Tbe Betatlea author
izf-i; by CoBgieai by meana "f agenta has
This report is pubUflbfld in nn afternoon
paper, whieh ndd.* fh.tt Madero probaMy
will teslpn from blfl plac* ln Ih* Cfll
onVial denial ?rai made te*nlgh1 Ol '!<??
report that Krnesto Mad.ro. tl.. MiniMi r
of I'inance, waa aolng i" London
The Mentcan ? orelgii Mlnlater, Bcflor
Laacuraln, erUI ?nall tba I alti I Btate*
"ooicljr for th< purpoea of attendlng to
prlvati buetaeea." iv lb* annouoc*m*nt
ni.id* to-day. Accompenled b) bl* wife
and daughter, he will leOVfl on Wodaflfl*
de.y. sailiiiK 'rom VflTfl CTUfl b| tbfl steam
Tb? Mlnlater wlll proceed fiom New
Vork t-i w'aablngton, bul h<- .ienie i to-day
this his \u-it lo the capital wouM ba <>f an
ofii? iai tberacter, flayfan aierelj that the
bul Ida* acaaoti offered aa aaeellflnl oppor*
tunlty for btaa to absent himself from
.Mt flleo lor a month.
The g'-neral bell'f among tlie public and
th* u*a*pap*r* is tnut tefior i.as<urain
prebabty will attempt to arrange at Wash
Ingtoa a Nttlemeol of th* dMferaoefli be*
tarflea the Unlted States and Mexlco arls
ing from the revolutlon
JAPAN'S PREMIER T0 QUIT
Resigns Because Cabinet Op
poses Increased Army.
Tokio, Dec. ..--Marquis Haionji. the
Japanese Preinler. has, It is understood,
decided to tender his resignatlon to the
r_nprror to-tnorrow owlng to tlie dlfll
culty of flnding a successiar to UeUteOJUIt
Gejjeral Uyehera as Mhiister of War.
General t'yehera resigned on account
of the refusal of the other BM mbers of
the Cabinet to support his demand for
an increast of the Japan?fl army.
Prcmler Haionji made an appeal to-day
to Fleld Marsh.-il Prince Arltoino Vania
gata. president of the Privy rouncll and
a former Mlnlater of War. but without
8uccens, as the mllltarlst.s are boyc-otting
the portfollo of Mmister of War
The Japaneae press beverely < ritieisea
the aetiaO flf Prince faiflgata, the
?'Asahl" declailig thai ll la now a
?tralght fight liarlweeii mlllturv BUtl flflfll*
?tilutlonallsrn and the eoiiatttutlon.
Kramer, Wanted in Rosenthal
Oase, Caught in Chlcago.
Thlcago, Dec. 8? Samuel Kramer,
wanted ln New York a* a wltness In the
Rosenthal murder case, was arrested here
to-day by Chlcago detectivee after a dea
perate resistance. In which Kramer was
bea ten unconscloua.
Kramer is twenty-three years ol.l ar.d
Is known und? r a number of other nanns.
Bfl was charged wlth havlnK flbelterod
"Gyp" the Blood and two companions m
his Brooklyn home after tlie Honenthal
The police doubt whether they want
Kramer now that the gunmen have been
convicteiJ. District Attorney Whitman
said laat night that he had not asked for
Kramer was held only ?s a material
wltness in the House of hetention, In
Mulberry atreet. On Sunday evening, Oc?
tober 13. shortly before the gunmen's trial,
Kramer nnd two other witnesses flacap >1
One flf tb- tn-ii w;is caught the next day
and the second about a month later.
present that rapublic has no Dread
Tlu- sea sticngtti of the I'nited
States. in. luding both vesaels built and
autborized. consists of 18 Dread
noughta, ?_'.". bnttlesblps; 11 armored
? rui.sei", IS crulsers, .**>'! destroyers. _0
torpadO boats. -17 submarincs and -1
COBSl defem .- vessels. That of France
is 7 praadno-Chta, 30 b.itiieships. *_'l
anmarad cnitoara, 1<> crulaara, M de?
stroyers. 157 torpedo boats, S.? sub
maHnaa and 2 coast defence vessels.
In the relatlva -.rder of warshlp ton
nagc ..f veaaela bulldlng and complated
the United Btataa has B0M4B. against
s<H',.7_t> for Fran. e. Great Prita^n.
whi.h laada the world, hai -' 178,188,
while Oarmany, wMct eomaa aacoad.
Th* warship tonnage Ot the other
world powers in relativo order ls:
japan. 813.724; Ruaata, VaV2/fi', Italy,
116,310, and Austria. 280.751.
Levies on Burial Plot in Mount
Zion to Satisfy Judgment.
OeraOO Tmihe, former president of
the Independent Huskei Kranktn
rnterstiiezungs Vor.-in, \esterriav
cauaad sh* rifr Quina ot Queen? County
to Mlaa tha burial pl<>t of th. \rrein -n
Mount Zton Camatary, Queens Bor
oiigh. tO aatiati - judgment for f250
which he Obtalnad against the associa?
Taube \aas president of the \ erein.
but at a re< ent r-lection was defeated.
Me then dis.overed the society ow "d
him abOQl |S50, and prrssed for j.ay
m^nt. WhOB tho 'ash was not forth
comiiiK he obtained a Judgment. The
burial plot is the onl) property the
The Sheriff has taken possession of
the plot. and it is probabk that no
hurials will be permltted in the In
ilosurc until the exaeutlOfl is released
FIREMEN MODIFY DEMANDS
Yield to Railroads on Two Im?
The adiustment committee of the f|re
men on tha fifty-two Kastmi railroad*
went befora tha fotnt conference in the
Rngtaaaring Bocietiaa Ruilding vesterdny
with moditlcati(.ns of two of their orlrl
T.ai dernanda Tbaaa were consid*red tha
most radlcal, be__g the demand for tlme
and a half for all overtime. ani ? de
rnand for two (ir.m.n on all coal burn
ing locomotives. Huth sldes seemed to
be ln a conclllatorv mood
In the modlfled ternis straight time for
overtime ls asked. and ln.-tesd of tW
Rrernan belng a^k.d for ln freight servi |
on coal purnlag loeoaaotraraa two are
roqueatad aaily ea tbe larger ermines.
Wife Offers to Give Them Up to
Austrian Vice Consul.
proceedlngs lnonghl bv Frltr. Klseher
auer. A'iMiria'B vke-consul and admlnis
tratoff of tha estate of Rusena Menachlk
BaabO, to locate the property of the de
, edent which came Into the 0000000900
nf Bartaa ff. (Mbaon. former aaaentar of
tbe estate, revealed yesterday that flve
trunkfi belonglng lo Rusena H_abo had
been recelved ln the (libson house, ln
Hutherford, N. J.. and were stlll there
Robert H. Klder, of cmmsel for < libson.
said Mrs. 'libson was anxlous to give up
ln th* examination of rharlen r.oldzler.
after his asso,-late counsel had left the
room, Mr. OoM-tef said he bad handed
either Mr Klder or Mrs. Glhsoti a larjre
eii\elop>, w ht'h 'ontalned papers appear
ing like. can.elled checks, and two Uttle
cbeck books. one day 1_H Septemlaer, on
the day tha flrst motion was made In
the gurroaato'a Court by Vlre-consul
Kts'herauer to oust QthaOO as exreutor.
Mr. Klder durlng his examination had
denied that be had ever recelved any
check, bankbook. or other property of
Rusena Bzabo, except an empty handbag
Mrs. (.Ibson also declared Mr. Cioldzler
In rej.ly to a question if ?he had re?
celved any large sums of money from
b. r husband slnce last July, Mrs. Olbson
"Oh. no; he only gave me $30 or 136 a
week to pay household expenses. fltnee
he has been at Goshen," ahe added,
"there has boaa nothlng at all."
ASKS DIVORCE, NOT ALIM0NY|
Mrs. Helen A. Eames Accuses Hus?
band, Prominent in Bridgeport.
Bridgeport, Conn.. Dec. 3.-Bridgeport
?OOfaty was surprised to-day when it be?
came known that papers had been re?
turned to the .Superior Court In a sult
brought by Mrs. Helen A. Kames for
divorce from George M. Eanies, general
manager of the Singer Manufacturing
(ompany's plant ln this clty. The deeree
Is sought upon statutory grounds, and
ihe charge ls made that the offence waa
committed on November 2. 1912, In a New
Y..rk hotel with a woman not known to
MM, Kames was Helen A. Hlgbie,
daughter A Willlam A Hlgbie, a banker
of this city. Tlie weddlng. on Oetober 14.
IKiO, was a society event They have two
married daughtrrs. Mra. Joel Kllla. of
Palmer, Mass.. who was Charlotte Kames,
and Mrs. N'ol.l.- I' Vlncent, formerly
Helen 11 Kames. of this city. No all
mony is asked. Kames is promlnent ln
politics and is president of the P_rk Com
HUNTERS OET S.600 LICENSES
November Receipts Enrich the 8tate
by $10,000 Over Last Year.
Albany. Dec. 3- More than 3.iO0 hunter's
licenaea were issued in this state durlng
Novemler. according to the State Con
servatlon Comnilaalon. The llcenae re?
ceipts for tne month from resldent
hunters were $3a>.8Tl. and from non-reai
dents they arara l_4*L "n increase of
about llO.UKt ,\er the receipts for No?
Tho flnet- and penaltlea lnucased about
IN STAMP HISTORY
Junk Dealer Discovers Starnps
Valued at Above $100,000
in Waste Paper.
1 By T*legr_pli t* Tiie Tribeaa ]
Philadelphia. Dec. 3.?Out of a 150
purchase of waste paper. Ldward D.
Heriipgway. a junk dealer, has already
sorted out rare postage stamps arhOWfl
i ommercial value is slightly more than
UOO.OOO ond whose tatalogue value H
perhapfl half again as inuc-h.
| The value of tbo great flnd is almost
concentrated In one kind of stamp, the
I famous "hear" iesue of St. Louis. whose
[ value ranges from as little as 1400 or
1 l.r>oo each up to ten Cmes that *O0*
A collector is spceding three thou?
sand miles aeroflfl tbo country merelv
to look at the collectioa, but .Mr. Hem
ingway thitiks bfl will accept a smkIi
I Cfltfl offer for th'- Collection of rarest
itampa at aometbing like $1 al.OOO.
This Philadelphia Und of 1912 o\er
shadows the nexi greateat dlacoverjr,
that of 1896, in th.- baaemeal of the
LotttOVllle CourtbOUOe. The I.ouisville
find, when jt was hrially dlflPOfled of by
an e\|.(rt fltamji dealer, aggregatad a
trlfle less than |10O,U00.
VETERAN F0RGER IN T0ILS
George Lockwood, Arrested
Here, Wanted in Jersey.
Oaerg* Loebweod, atxty rear* oid. "<??
| cording to the record* iii the Ideatldca
j tion Bureeu one of th* oide.-t forgera
knowu io tha poin >. waa loehod np ai
Hcad^uartera reetetdaj on ?> ciianie of
forgery. The vetecan aaa arreeted at
_if<t stieet and Etghtta iveaue.
He an* inl. t*d on iiif eomptaatt of
Rudelpti llfrnis. i f.irm.-i. ..f MorrtotOWa,
n. .1 . whe etl*g<1 tbal Laoehureod paaaed
h Dumber ?>f rbacba for smaii ameunta
forg'-i in Ma same, throughoul New .ler
**\ flnd*Nea Tork Thfl prlaooet wOl be
held ben flwaltJna th* action of th >rw
FIRST NFaW FIREHOUaeE DONE
And a Score of Others Will Be Ready
Early Next Year.
ii... k and i-oi.i. r Company N'o
aoertera, al MMh atie t and Lexlhgton]
avonufl, " ? i ? -? ? ? fort i *flvt new nra
Departmeni '.? >:c<i"? ks ?tarted thia year..
vi, opened rceterdai II I* ?* tbre* atory \
..T'? "ire of brteh ?nd itone, deaignfld te
houre a double . ... j au
rtrt Conmtoflloner Johneon annem I
Uurl ni?ri:t ;' at Baoel ol i ? '?' *i .? i
,?_ ,.ere wi :i ? nd< r ? i , and elahteen j
,,r iwentv would be read) for necupan ,
BM PLOTS IN LETTERS
Aid for Union Men, Labor
Chief's Translation of "Take
Care of Those Jobs."
DYNAMITER WAS HELPED
Organization Sent $1,000 to
Worker Who Blew Up Bridge
Because It Thought He
Ii.ili.inap..lis Dec. 3 -T.ettets written bv
Frank M. Ryan, president of the Interna?
tlonal Association of Bridge and Struct
ural Iron Worker*, were read In conjune
tion wlth date* of e.plosions in the r-ross
examination of Ryan by the -*o**flrnm*Bt
at the "dynanilte UiHfl|diaij" trial to
Ryan testified that his knowledge of
DUnteroafl *xpt0*l0O* which occurred after
he had wrltten a Jetter from New- York
was galaod entlrely through newapapcr
flCOOUnta He said that newspaper ac
OOUflftfl of explosions on non-union Jobs
often w*r* Incleeed in leu.-rs as neflfi.
Extraflt* fn>m tlie Ni-w York letter
whlch Ft*ari tCfltlBfld h* wrote on April
P, 1910. as head of the union io BflflfBtary
John .). McNamara, aad th* exploslon*
which tia povcrnmenl dtcd as havlng
i.nrred later were:
"i.et Legl*ftn*r take car* of tb* Joba
ia his fiistriei." Henry W Leajteltn-r,
now of D*nver, wa* then a member of tlM
executlve board statloiv-d at Plttfl*
h'uith An exploslon occurred at Mi K*C*
Recha, aear Ptttaburgh, la July, IMfl
?|,et llockln arrange for ClflV?land, Cto?
cinnati and DetTOtt Jobs Herbert S
llo.-kln 1" charged with bemg laadflT of
tbfl dynnniitlng crew. An exploslon oc
CUrred at Cleveland, June tt, that year
"Davenport, Iowa, and Peoria can be
hnndlerj I.v llnekln." Kxploslons OOflUI red
Ht Devoapert and I'cnrla on June 4.
Meant Help for Union Men.
'What did you mean Whefl you said let
Leglettner and Hockin take care of those
lOba' aahed I nitci stat-s Attorney
I meant that thev were |o une every
legttlmete tneana to bav* union bmb put
to ?ork," _aflW*aT*d Hy;m.
Befor* an explo*lon on .1 brMg* at ha\
tun. <iiii.>. a hidi Bdward '".aik. union of*
nciai at Cfneinnetl eonfc*eed to havlng1
TlFFANY & Q).
caused. Ryan said that he sent Hoekin to
t'inclntiati. Clark in his confession said
that Hockln fumlshed him with dynamite
for the exploslon. Ryan asserted that he
gave no Instructlons to Hockln about
"How *oon after an exploslon on a 1
bridge in (.'incinnati in May, 1909. dld
Clark call you up?" Ryan was asked.
"Posslbly a few- days. but he gave me
no detalls about an exploslon."
Dlsclalming any intention that violenee
should be used. Ryan said that through a
requflflt from W, Purt Brown, a union
business agent, he sent Hockln to Kanaaa
Clty, Mo, prlor to an exploslon on a
bridge there in August, 1910.
In explalntng a letter to Miehael J
Cunnaae, buaineaa agent at Philadelphia.
glving instructions to handle a non-unlon
job "In any way that wlll delay or add
to the cost of lt," Ryan sald that hts only
purpose via* to have union men taken
from other Jobs in constructlon by the
The government read a letter written
from Dallas. T>x., In 1310 to NTeNamara
by Phillp A rooley. IfflW Orleans, who Is
ciiarger* with having urged that ?xposions
take place ln thfl South. The letter said:
"I agree wlth you to postpone the proposl
tion so I can get some potnters from you
and there will be no after effecta."
Deniea Plot in Lettera.
"Dld vou receive lettera from f'ooley
about arrangementa to blow up Joba?"
asked Mr. Mlller.
I DflVflr recelved a letter from f'ooley
about blowlng up anythlng," anawered
Ask^d what was meant when Frank C.
Wehb, New York, wrote to him, "your
OOnlMmCA in m* you may never fear, for
I never dld believe ln talking too mueh ln
cA?ae?. of this kind." Ryan said it referred
only to arrangementa for unlonizing jobs
In New York
Ryan admitted he had acknowiedged the
recelpt of a newspaper cllpplng from John
Golden, president of the I'nlted 'fextlle
Workers of Amerlea, about an cxplosion
on a bridge at Fall River, Mass., ln 1908,
and had replled that he "read the cllpplng
with interest." He said the Iron workers'
union furnlshed BO)MB) bond for George
O'Donnell, who was ac.uscd of th?a
dynaniitlng. and that the union also pai.l
O'Donnell money after he hac! been con?
victed. "We sent him about $1,000 becauae
we consldered he was being persccutcd,"
"Did you ever make an lnvemigatton of
The Los Angeles Times' cxplosion. la
whloh twenty-one persons were mui
dered?" asked Mr. Miller.
"Yes; I tned to flnd out how lt hap
"Anrf yet you re-elected J. J. McNamaia
as secretary of the union after he waa M
"And you had Hockin as secretary until
Mr. Ryan's eross-examination will he
MRS. LONGSTREET TO STAr
President Never Thought of Re
moving Her from Offlce.
Washington, Dec. 3.? President Taft
never has thought of removing Mrs.
Helen Longstreet aa postn.istress at
Galnesville, Oa., said Postmaster <;<n
eral Hitclicock to-day.
It wns reported recently that tba
w idow of the Confederate general wa-t
to be removed for aiding tlie Pruglea
slve njrtv Ir. ftenr~a_
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