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ture will be the result of o f the th e Investiga Imvestigalion Investigation InvMtagaUon ¬
lion Into the charges filed with the Dis District District Dlstriet ¬
trict Commissioners against the engineer ensmeereputm engineerdepartment engineerdepartment
department eputm nt by the P J Brennan Con Construction ConstMiotion Construction ¬
struction Company alleging discrimina discrimination dl dlscrlminatign ertmlna ertmlnaUQn ¬
tion against the company comp ny was Wa shownyesterday shown shownyesterday shownelte
yesterday elte T afternoon just before the ftrst firstEesskm ftrstsesaton ftrstsession
session of the hearing was adjourned adjournedThe li adjournedThe journed journedThe
The hearing had dragged drg ed along in a arather Iltather arather
rather tiresome manner with ith nothing of ofapparent ofapparent ofapparent
apparent importance to come when Com Commissioner Comml8stoner Commissioner ¬
missioner Morrow began to crowsexamine crowsexamineP eION amln amlnP
P J Brennan president of the Brennan Brennancompany Brennaflcompany Brennancompany
company regarding a statement made bythe by bythe bythe
the latter as to the honesty hone ty of Charles CharlesFarnald CharlesFernald CharlesFernald
Fernald former assistant engineer of ofhighways ofhlebwa ofhighways
highways hlebwa of the District and who Ve Vebigflod irefllptid re reslgnnd
bigflod a 8 few weeks ago agoMr agoMr agoMr
Mr Brennan had informed the Commis Commissioners CommIssioners Commisshiners ¬
sioners that on several occasions when hehad he hehad hehad
had questioned Fernald a as e to why work worktor worktor rk rktor
tor which htch the Brennan company company had furhished fur furnished furlabed ¬
nished labed the lowest bid was being awarded
to 0 another company the latter had replied re replied faUId ¬
pliedYour plied UId companYl
Your company is f s too chlnchy youont you youlont youlont
lont ont give up anything and you wont wontjet wontvet
f jet any of the work workWould workVoultl workWould
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Commissioner Morrow in an effort to toihake toIbake toshake
shake this statement asked asked Brennan ifhe If Ifhe Itbe
he had not informed him on a certain certaindeeaston certain certainDOelIon certainttoeaitan
deeaston that he thought Fernald wasaeneet was wasHonest wasItOnNt
Honest and aim on another occasion oecaIonlt oecaIonltho Ifho If Ifhe
ho had not said that Fernald had not notapproached notapprOAched notapproached
approached him In the manner in which whichhe whichlie whichbe
he had Just described on the stand Bren Brenaan Brenaan Brennan
aan recollected the first statement but butlaid butlaid butsaid
laid he had modified it by saying yi that thatFernald thtLiernad thatEernaid
Fernald was honest according a nltng to Fer Feraalds Fer1aJds FeraNla
aalds conception eptlOn of honesty Of but deniedtnowhedge denied deniedtnowledge deniedtJtowlec114t
tnowledge of the other statement attri attributed attrtbute attltbated ¬
bated bute to him by Maj Morrow MorrowIn MorrowIn MorrowIn
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the witness Maj Morrow referred to tozonversatlons toon toonversatlons
zonversatlons on Uons which he said occurred occurred at atthat atlhat atthat
that time with Brennan and which he re repeated Iepe repeated ¬
peated pe ted Still Brennan could couMnot not recollect recollectthe eeoiiectthe lIect lIectthe
the statement statementDo statementDo statementDo
Do you remember on one 0 on occasion occasionpaid oetUlonld oceaalonsaid
paid ld Maj Morrow of telling me of a arather Itftther arather
rather mysterious visit which w icIt was paid paidn DAIdnEo paidne
> n nEo evening eoimin either at your house by Far FeraaJd Jer3a1d Farsaid
said or at his hi house by you ou I dont reContinued re reContinued Noo Nooontlnued
Continued on Page 4 Column ColumnIftTfie 5 5At 5Y 5Lnrle
Y IftTfie s nle le or New ew PumUure
At Atloaa tonor Sloans Sloan s lift 1 G at It today and tomor tomorrow tomorerow ¬ I
row at 10 a m No reserve reservepr1ees prices
WESTPOINT WEST POINT YO INT MEN WORRYCadets WORRY WORRYGadetH WORRYadetll
Cadets adetll Anxious to Know Ino Where WhereSupt VlcrcSupt icro icroSupt
Supt Scott In InWest I IWest IsWest
West Point N Yt Y May llWhere 1Wh L Where isCol Is IsCol 18Col
Col Hugh I L Scott superintendent of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United State Statflll Military Academy is what whattha whatthe whatthe
the rank and file at West Point wouldlike would wouldlike wouldUke
like to know knowAbout knowAbout knowAbout
About two months ago Col Scott WM WMselect wuselectld wasselected
select selected by President Roosevelt to pro proceed pr0ceed proceed ¬
ceed at once from West Point to the thewilds tileWilds thelids
wilds of New Mexico to suppress S1JP leH mining mlntectroubles mbdqtroubJes miningtroubles
troubles The President Pre klent regarded the thecolonel tilecolonel thecolonel
colonel as a complete master of all the theIndian theIndian theIndian
Indian dialect and the most sutt suitabiearmy suitable suitablearmy le learmy
army oflfcer o lcer for the situation attull on In obed obedience obedIence obedlenee ¬
ience of orders Col Scott promptly put putoat putout putout
out for the We Meet t He has not been heard heardfrom heanIfrom heardfrom
from for weeK and his command at ntWest atest atWest
West est Point is becoming omtag very anxious aoxIo as asto uto asto
to his whereabouts whereaboutsDuring wnerMboutaDurlnt whersaboutsDuring
During Col Scotts absence anee Lieut Rob Robert R0bert Robert ¬
ert Howze commandant of cadets has hasbeen baabeen hasbeen
been the acting superintendent superintendentNEGRO EuperlntendntNEGRO superintend nt ntNEGRO
NEGRO STEMS DIOGENES DIOGENESThief DIOGENESThief DIOGENESThief
Thief Takes Lantern and All and andLearn nnt nntIearll unitLearns
Learn Learns Its a Hoodoo HoodooNew lloodooNew
New York May 12 lGeorge 1 ± George Jackson Jacksonnegro a anegro anegrowho
negrowho negro who says he lives in Newark modsaway made madeaway ma e eaway
away with a bronze east of oDtogetfte 01 DIoS Dlo enba and andhis alHlI8 andhis
his I8 lantern from a Sixth avenue avenu depart department department department ¬
ment store early todayHe today todayHe tod y yHe
He was held in W i9 ball b JI for trial by byMagistrate byIaptnlte byMagistrate
Magistrate Stelnert in the Jefferson JeffersonMarket Jeft JeftMarket JeffersonMarket
Market Court Magistrate Stelwert was wasamazed wasamased W Wamazed
amazed when he learned what the stolen stolenobject Molenobject stolenobject
object was was as Turning to the prisoner he hesaid besaid liesold
said saidYou
You ought to know you would get getcaught getcauSbt getcaught
caught Didnt you know the old man manwas mauwas Dianwas
was a regular hoodoo for thieves thievesJackson tltley tltleyJaekliOn thievesJackson
Jackson admitted that he didnt and andadded anc1added andadded
added that It he had known he wouldnt wouldnthave Wouldnt Wouldnthave wouldnthave
have touched touch DiogenesNEGRO Diogenes DiogenesNEGRO DIo nes nesNEGRO
NEGRO ATTACKS WOMANIndian WOMAN WOMANIndian WOMANInt1lnn
Indian Head Officer Telephone to toWashington tonslaington to1Vasliington
Washington for for liloodhouml liloodhomkdsTelephone liloodhoumlTelephone UIOOtlhou1UIsTe1ephone
Telephone messages were received at atpolice atpolice atpolice
police headquarters last night t from fromofficer t1 m U aso4licer UoDcer
officer at Indian Head Md who wanted wantedtrained WMtec1 WMtec1trained wantedtrained
trained bloodhounds bloodhoundsThe bloodhoundLThe bloodhoundsThe
The officer told Lieut II ut
Peek Pee who an answered answered answered ¬
swered the telephone call that a white whitewoman wbltewoman whitwoman
woman had bOen attacked by a 8 negro negroand negroalld negroand
and left in a critical condition He said aaidthe saidthe laidtbe
the negro n had escaped e caped V and that blood bloodhounds blOOdbounds bloodhounds ¬
hounds were wanted to assist at in the captune cap capture capture ¬
ture of the tb fugitive fugitiveLieut custttveLltut fugitiveLieut
Lieut Peek was wa unable to get further furtherinformation furtherInformation furtherInformation
information from the Indian Head Be d oflkwr oflkwrHe o ollicerHe cer cerHe
He was unable also to comply with the tharequest therequest therequest
request to furnish bloodhou bloodhounds s an none noneare nonean nonere
are re available in Washington so far as asknown asknown asknown
known for that th t purpose purposeConnections purposeConnctlons purposeConnections
Connections for Annnpoliii
On and after Wednesday Wednesd Y May MayD 11 Penn Pennsylvania PennsYh8nl Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania R R trains tntlneNea1ng Nea1ng leaving un union on n Sta ¬
tion Washington a bIngt I at 740 40 a m 12J8 34fc I Ia 140an
and a an > > d 545 pm weekdays and 645 pm Sun ¬
days will connect at Odenton for An Annapolis Artnapolls AJ1ne ¬
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Large Sale of New e1T Furniture
Sloans Sloan s 1407 G GaL et sL today todayand and tomor tomorrow ¬ I
at 10 108 a a m No reserve prices i
WALLACE ELECTEDRepublicans ELECTED ELECTEDHUGHES ELECTEDHUGHES
HUGHES GAINS VOTE VOTERepublicans VOTERepubHcans VOTEWin
Republicans RepublicansHUGHES Win Senator illTiagara ill inNiagara illNiagara
Niagara Tiagara District DistrictIS
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IS PLEDGED TO ANTIBETTINGi ANTIBETTINGSnaeensor ANTIBETTING ANTIBETTINGSuccessor ANTIBETTINGI ANTIBETTINGS110CCIIIIIOr i
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Successor to Late Senator Frnncliot FrnnchotWill FrnncliotWill
Will 111 Go to Albany 11tnn to Fight Gambung Gam Gn1l1ltlln
1 ltlln bung > I hi j at the Race TrneklnrJln TrneklnrJlnIn Trnckn Mnrciii MnrciiiIs
Is 248 248lhan 24SAlbany Albany Surprised at the Re Result RcuJJtGlnoernor RennltGovernor
sult uJJtGlnoernor Governor CongratulatedBuffalo Congratulated CongratulatedButfftlo I IDattalo
Buffalo N Y May 12WHllam C CWallace CW CWa1Mee
Wallace W of Niagara Falls pledged to tosupport toApport tosupport
support the governor D1M1tOr in his fight to do doaway doawq doaway
away with racetrack gambling in this thisState thisState
I State was elected today to succeed the theIsle thelate thelate 1
late Senator Franehot by SiS votes votesTo votesTo votesTo
To Orleans County belongs all the thecredit th thoredtt thecredit
credit Disrupted by the war betweenthe between betweenthe betweenthe
the Merritt and Porter factions th the Ni Niagara NIape NIagara
agara ape County Republicans failed Mc McMahon Mea1ao MoMahon
Mahon a1ao the Democratic candidate car carried OIirlied oarvied ¬
lied the county by a plurality of 6 liD votes votesbut votesbut Ol9S Ol9Sbut
but the ten towns of Orleans rolled up aplurality a aplurality 8plura1ttJ
plurality qf f W7 for Wallace On a good goodj goodday gooddtiy
j day day for farmers f farmers rmers to catch up with their theirdelayed theirdela7ed theirdelayed
delayed spring work they helped give the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican candidate a plurality greater greaterthan gr greaterthan ftter ftterthan
than they pee Senator Franehot at a aregular nregt1ar aregular
regular election and the Niagara Re Republicans Republlcans 1 1publicans
publicans who gave Franehot a plurality pluralityof p1ulftlltor
of 744 allowed the Democrats to come out outof outor outof
of the conflict 3V votes to the good areversal a areversal 8ftvena1
reversal of LI2McMahon lL lLaicZHnhoix 1S4I11ciUnhon
McMahon Strong in CitiesMcMahons Cities CitiesMcMahons CltlcsMcahon
McMahons great t strength was In the thecities UU UUcltIn thecities
cities although in North Tonawanda TOl18w nd the theRepublicans theRepubUcans theRepublicans
Republicans made a very good showing showingIn a o1ng o1ngIn
In Niagara Falls Fall McMahon e hon get a 8 plurality plural plurality plumllty ¬
ity of TJ8 and in Lockport he got 5GLast 5G 58Last 5GLut
Last year Lockport elected a Femocratlcmay Femocratlc Femocratlcmay Femoeratlcmayor
may mayor or by thirteen votes Wallace YalJnce tills tillsyear tliisyear thisyear
year carrier only onl one ward of tha city cityIn cibIn cityIn
In the Second Assembly district out outside outaide outside ¬
side of Niagara Falls Wallace tIlnQ8 cat cto casthis casthisopponents his liteopponents hisopponent
opponents lead down i from 47S to 21 21but 2t 2tbut 2but
but in the First District outside of Lock Lockport Lockport Lockport
port McMahon actually actual gained nine nl e efOtes evotes i ivotes
votes votesA votesA fOtesA
A general lack J ck of in trest in the alee election aleetJon alection ¬
tion cost Wallace many man votes In in Niagara NiagaraCounty NIagaraCount NiagaraCounty
County Count Some of the farmers could not notget notget notget
get away from their work others de deceived deceived deceived ¬
ceived by report that the special elec election election election ¬
tion would cost fSMW 381 Which the tax taxpayers taxIlycrs taxpayers ¬
payers Ilycrs would hahve to settle setu stayed stA ed away awayon awayyon ltlyon
on purpose purposeDown purpoMDown purposeDown
Down In Medina former Senator Irving IrvingLHommedieu IrlngLHommedi IrvingLHommedieu
LHommedieu u still weak from his J fs long longLarge JongInr longlar
Inr Large c Sale of New New c Furniture
At Sloan s 1407 G st oday and tomor tomarow to nlor nloryow
row ow at 10 a m No reserve prices
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ittnesfi nt got t out of a sick bod to lead thefriends the thefrl thefrllRd
frl friends d of the governor OftnIOr AH day d long he hewas hewu hewas
was lit I command commandMuch oommatldJluch ooaamandMuch
Much Money Used UsedTJgi UsedTIlt UsedThe
TIlt race track representatives repre eatattves got ridof rid ridof ridof
of a good deal of money right in M 1t ediva e edina ediD
diva diD it is charged chargedThe ebarP8dlha chargedThe
The rote 8te by counties COUJ1u is NeagaraWalitte0 NoagararWal NoagararWallac NeagaraalRep
itte0 lac Rep 4JC u MeMahon Denu D USU USUOrleansWallace Lilt UStOrlWl LiltOrleansWallace
OrlWl OrleansWallace till 2 l McMfthan r on l 1to 1T 1Ttutanailac tt tttotftteWaltece
totftteWaltece to Vance 7M 7 MeMahon 73S 17NtlVaIMacee 73SWallaces 1 1WaIMee
Wallaces plurality 241 241Albany 1t 1tAlbnny 41 41l1mn
Albany l1mn In SurprisedAlbany Surprised SurprisedAlbany SurprhledAlbaIlJ
Albany N T May ITThe election of ofWallace orWalJa OfPalace
Wallace WalJa in the Fortyseventh Fort Fortyse eenth th senatorial senatorialdistrict lenaUlnaldlstriet senatorialdistrict
district caused some surprise here and vndthmt andthat 00 00tJtat
that the result will have a most Im Important hRpoItant important ¬
portant bearing on the future of the ex extraordinary 8 8traonJlaaJT extaaordhaary ¬
traordinary session loa of the legislature tllr isthe Is Isthe IsU
the U opinion of the most conservative conservativemembers couervatJmens conservativemembers
members membersThat mens mensThftt membersThat
That the fate of the antiracetrack antiracetrackgambling uUracetrackpmblJn antiracetrackgambling
gambling bill swings m the balance now nowIs nowadmitted nowIs
Is admitted admlttedby by all for Senatorelect Wal Wallace Wallace Val ValIaee ¬
lace was elected squarely on the sue of ofsupporting ofsuppofUng of ofsupporting
supporting the governor in his fight torepeal to torepeal toreJi1
repeal the PercyGray betting law Even BvenIf Evenif EvenIf
if Senator Foelker who is ill does not re return return return ¬
turn to attend the session there are somewho some somewho somawho
who believe that the result of the betting battingbills bettingbills bettingbIDs
bills may be against the track interests interestsGov InterestsGqv interestsGov
Gov Hughes was a8 kept Informed of the theresults theresults
results le results ultJI Many telegrams t lesram of congrntnla congmtnlnUOtt congratulation congrntnlatlOR I
tlOR were sent from the district Gov GovHughes 00 00HUhea Govhushes
Hughes on Sunday expressed the utmostconfidence utmost utmostconfidence utmostcon
confidence con dence in the victory of WallaceSOHOONER Wallace WallaceSCHOONER WallaceSOHOONER
SOHOONER MAY BE LOST IOSTi LOSTChlcngo LOSTChicago
i Chicago Broker unit Friend l1 rJentl Thought Thoughtto
to Have Perished PerishedNew PerishedNew
New London Conn May MR 11The ItTheschooner It The TheI
I schooner yacht Valmore recently pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased by William Hale Thompson a 0 real realestate realestate realestate
estate broker and clubman of Chicago Chicagowhich Chicagowhich Chicagowhich
which started for the latter city on Mon Monday lon londay tonday ¬
day evening of last week is believed to toha tohave
have ha been lest In I a It gale of last Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day and Thursday ThursdayThe ThuredayThe ThursdayThe
The yachts yaeht owner and a guest George GeorgeR
R Peara P ar another prominent business businessman businessman businessman
man and member of the Chicago Yacht YachtClub YachtClub YachtChub
Club were ware on board besides a 0 crew of ofNew ofseven ofseven
seven sevenNcw sevenNew
New Furniture at Your Own Price PriceToday PriceTodaT PriceToday
Today at Sloans Sloan 1407 G st at at 10 a m mthere mthere mthere
there will ill be sold thousands of dollarsworth dollars dollarsworth dollarsworth
worth of new furniture just from themanufacturorsahio the themanufacturers themantlfl1eturon
manufacturorsahio manufacturers I l fO o a great variety Yarlet of lace lacecurtains lac laccurtains lacecurtains
curtains brass b and enamel bedsteads bedsteadsroll bedsteadsroil
roll flattop and typewriter desks office officechairs officechafrs atlicochairs
chairs tables c Housekeepers Ho llousekeep kecpers ers ersmen hotel hotelmen hotolmen
men and nd office fftce folk will save save from 50 to toi5
75 per cent by attending this importantauction important importantauction Importantauction
auction event Every piece J1 8 to the they high hiBbeat highest highest ¬
est bidder without reserve Sale againtomorrow again againtomorrow agnlntomorrow
tomorrow at same e me hour
HARPY PERISHED PERISHEDIN
IN II BURNED HOUSE HOUSERings HOIISEoI
RingsIIARPY Rings b bBody on oI i Hand Idanti Identify the theBody tIleBody
Body of the Murderess MurderessGOLD M MurderessGOLD ulderessGOLD
GOLD TEETH ARE ALSO FOUND FOUNDDentiKt FOUNDDenthlt FOUNDDentist
Dentist Identifies Crown on HollowMolar Hollow HollowMolar 110110 110110Iolnr
Molar Iolnr as Work Vorl Done l lT > y Him for forMrs forJlr forMrs
Mrs Jlr Belle cUe Gnnne Gnnnesn sMyntery Myntery Yet in inMeaning i11Jleunlnt inMeaning
Meaning of Inscription in Circlets CircletsWorn Clrclet8orll CircletsWorn
Worn orll l by 1 y the Monster MonntcrLaporte JlonterIporte MonsterLaporte
Laporte Ind May Ma1 MajltMrs liMrs rr Bttte Ova Ovaness Gunflees vlt vltn
ness n the multlmarderoas died in the theftre Uteftre thefirs
ftre that destroyed de troyll her h benit ni on two twomorning UemornlA themorning
morning mornlA of April AprfS AprfSTht 93 93Tnat 2Tat
Tat faet was apparently settled beyond be beyond beYODd ¬
yond cavil today today when when one of the work workmen workm workmen ¬
men m n in the debehi debri In the cellar brought broughtto
to light a goldcrowned lderowDed ed tooth which adentist a adentist aden
dentist den Ulit Identified a aM l his workmanship workmanshipand
and said that he did it for Mrs Gunnese GunneseThe GulUles6lhe GunaessThe
The tooth is a hollow molar and the thecrown theerown thecrown
crown is to some extent indented I ented and andpartially andpartlaJly andpartially
partially Incrustdd with cinders It bears bearsevery bearsevery bearsevery
every evidence evk1 nce of having come from theincinerated the theincinerated thehiclnentt
incinerated hiclnentt skull of Mrs Mi Ganness and andthe andthe andthe
the find has been accepted aceepr by b the au authorities authorfU authorltie ¬
thorities thorfU as conclusive of the death dHt of ofthe oftho ofthe
the woman in the Ut incendiary lire re that thatdestroyed thatdestroyed thatdestroyed
destroyed her b r home homeClose hom homCIOIIO home homeChose
Close to the torso on the slab in themorgue the themorgue themorgue
morgue was a 8 chunk of what was taken takento takento takento
to be charcoal It was so badly burned burnedthat burnedtbat burnedthat
that it did not se Hem m to resemble flesh fleshTho fleshThe e8h e8hTho
Tho cinder was broken open and was wasfound wufound wasfound
found to 4J be what hat was left of a human humanhand bumanhand humanhand
hand the fleshlees fingers tightly clutch elutehed clutched clutched ¬
ed On the skeleton fingers nser were threerings three threerings threrings
rings that had withstood the heat of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the flames flamesTwo Two of them were wreDlaln plain goldbands gold goldbands goldbands
bands and a n microscopic examination examinationshowed examInationshowed examinationshowed
showed one om to be the wedding ring given givenContinued GinnContlnthcl givenContinued
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Mr Andrew Carnegie CarnegieS
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Mr Justice Harlan MIS MISMr fl ti tiMr t tIr
Mr Ir Justice Brewer BrewerMr itMII itMIIXrJusUee HJt HJtMr
Mr XrJusUee Justice White WhiteMi WVJfr WVJfrMr T TMr
Mr Justice McKenna t tl 1n t 1 H HMr t tMr IMr
Mr Justice Holmes i iMr iMr jMr
Mr Jwtiee JUceXI Day DayMr DayMr
Mr Justice JnstiseMosdy JnstiseMosdyThe Moody MoodyThe roed roedThe +
The Secretary of the u mfawsttif Dl rAr a r
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of o Countrys Resources ResourcesPoliticnl Besour fiesoithesPolitical es esPoUtlcn
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dent Roosevelt Roo eTeU Delivers Initial Ad Address Addre Address ¬
dress dre In Bast Room at 11 oclock oclockPerhaps oCloJPerhaps oClockPerhaps
Perhaps the most important meeting meetingever meetingeer meetingever
ever held In 11 the Capital of the United UnitedStates rrJitedStates LritedStates
States will be the conference of governors governorsof
of States and men distinguished in po political polIUeal pobtieal ¬
litical life of 0 the nation at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHoose WhiteHouse
House today toda tomorow and the day fol follevfn follewmg following
levfn lowing In behalf of the preservation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the countrys natural resources resourcesThe reSOtrreesTha resourcesThe
The personnel personne of the delegates alone alonewill alone11t alonewilt
will 11t make the convention an event of ofworldwide otorldwlde ofworldwide
worldwide interest Among those In Invited InJtod invited ¬
vited Jtod to attend by President Roosevelt Rooseveltare Rooseveltare > lt ltare
are members of the Cabinet judges ju ges of the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court of the United States gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors of all the States in the Union Unionincluding rnlonIncI LnlonInoldding
including IncI dlng the executives of Alaska and andHawaii andHawall andHawaii
Hawaii Hawall and Andrew Carnegie William WilliamJennings WelHamJnntngs W lliam lliamJennings
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road road magnate John Mitchell the labor laborlander laborleader
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ness men from all over the country countryAt countryAt countryAt
At S oclock tonight the Washington WashingtonBoard WashingtonBDllrd WashingtonBoard
Board of Trade will give a banquet to the thedaelffatea thedeelgates thedeeegates
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Lay Aside DifferencesPolitlcal Differences DifferencesPolitical DlfferencellPpUUcal
Political differences opposing issues of ofrnttlonal of1Wt ofitional
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wHI be laid aside asldeto to discuss the ways and andmotns andmns andmoans
moans af f conserving the natural re resources res resources ¬
sources s Urces of the country countryItor covntry1ur countryIbr
Itor three ree days this question will be bethrasbad bethMlsbl betisrasbed
thrasbad tisrasbed out by the greatest political and andteonomle anI anInonlic andiconomle
teonomle nonlic Intellects Intelleclsof of the country Preai Preai1ftnt Pr Preai1pat i il
1ftnt l nt Roosevelt will dpen the convention conventionIlln conventiontth conventionelthan
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ere of o the convention and and nd an outline of ofis otIs ofis
is views of the matter matterWhile matterVhlh matterWhile
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Bland Waterways Association he is said saldTme saidlsare
Imve obtamod the nucleus of the Idea ideeWWl ideahieli
bleb has since resulted in the present presentnfaroneo presenterone9 presentnferenep
nfaroneo erone9 The President on o that trip trippressed trippressed trippressed
pressed the opinion that the question questionthe quesUonme questionthe
the conservation COnS fBtion of tho natural re remfles relUGeS rettiQgs
mfles of the eountry was of more 1m 1mlattce imstarigo
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