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NO 586 WASHINGTON > D C Co FRIDAY MAY 15 1908TW 1908TWELZIE 1908 TWELVE IE PAGES TWO CENTS
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Oregon Delegates Will Vote Votefo Votefo Votee
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60 tp Chicago as S a Delegate DeleJnteIIi DeleJnteIIiColleague Delei ateIlia ateIliaColleague Hi HiColleague
Colleague Senator Senr or Fulton Wil WilHead Will WillHead WillHencI p
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popular vote 1 II Oregon I tfcfak ewty ewtyber air tnett tnettber
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is not oily ftteuni but butable bwhttdy inooaeerf inooaeerftbte rroeecdrable
able I wgB Us u Republic RepabI dd detal > grt Ib ri to toth totM tothe
tM th Onega 0 a State coawt oonft8 aw oe Uooto a intractthew iutnMt iutnMttheft iDItrwcttbC
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the election electk s Md a lUyabiton HOBM 11 of ofI lReptlMatatMI dRepr
ReptlMatatMI Repr u tadwa
1 have natbt to be e ttoettd eetad a oetegtta tothe to tothe tothe
the national DAt Oll contention aoteiy to cnahte cnahteto em ea s me meto meto
to better catty arty oat t mr pkdou to th the peed peeptoof peepIeof peeder
of Oragoa in MBbong ia ia1WDOII11Da Mcortoe RooMMttt RooMMtttnmoniaatioB a atenominattm
nmoniaatioB 1WDOII11Da aD ShouM th the 8ttt State coorcnUoo coorcnUooinstruct tODftIItIirurtlUet caanntionmdate
instruct dele aa for ur a attar candidate candidatethan cudkIaIethan a athan mdate e
than RooMrett I withdraw tar y caodtdacy candtdcyfa caudidacJfor caodtdacyfor
for if elected a delegate 10 the cocmiUon cocmiUonI
I ihfuM dtecstrd the State uo uoiJJIUuctloo emawenweigatwctioe onra > Uafti Uaftiiqttroction
iqttroction to vote Ole for any otter yam than thanItoowMett tIaaaI thanILoosaen
ItoowMett I e1t and wroM ar rote tar tarI or Raoeorett RaoeorettI Reoee ett ettI
I will loyally rjiport v peat the aces Bcctoe of the theRepublican ueIeplbIicaD theRepublican
Republican national cooTcnUoo cooTcnUooJONATHAN coovmtioeJO OD ODJOXATHAX
JONATHAN JO ATUAN BODRNK h JrPortland hPortland hPortland
Portland Ores May 11 14Tbe I The usual usualTaft usualTaft us usTaft
Taft claiirtf clahr are made here tonight ntsbt fol following following forIowing ¬
lowing the Oregon State convention of the theRepublican UteRpub thi thiRcpubUcap
Republican Rpub cNppartT party bat aWjofh alt b a avepttof Uie uW1itbi oa oavenUan
venUan W1itbi bMagqftr 1 1OJIF gb ft o Og Ogwins ° T Tver
wins OJIF ttitlsac M c rat i I t tever a we it s
e ever ver seen n to to State Stat poltQeai pt 1 Ii atliertne ptliet1IIC1ft atliertnein t tt
t in Oregon Oregon r8con where politics pol1ti is never of ofJftlIycoddle ofmollycoddle tb tbmollycoddle
mollycoddle variety vmrietyThe varietyThe riety rietyThe
The Congressional district convention conventionalso convenUoaa1 conven convenalso flea
also indorsed Taft but the right ft bt wa wae wraewarm a awarm aYarm
warm one in that meeting meeU alsoSenator also alsoSenator alsoSenator
Senator Bourne was vas not elected a agate dele delegate de1egate del ¬
gate but it is i the concensus of opinion opinionthat opiBlonthat optnfohis n
that theing his letter to the convention conft tlol1 stat stating stating ¬
ing in the most positive terms that he hevould heWOUld h hwould e
WOUld ignore instructions to vote te for any anyona anyone as asone Y
one but Roosevelt Rooaev t as the party > nominee nomineefor nomlBeefor nom nomfor Inee
for President and his expressed desire desirebe to tobe tobe
be left eft out of the delegation if the dele delegates delegates del delgates ¬
gates were not to be instructed for forpresent the thepresent thepresent
present occupant of the White Hone Honehad HCNH HCNHhad H Hhad oMBe
had much to do with this outcome outcomeAccents outcomeCCCIt outcomeAeccptt
Accents CCCIt Roosevelts Attitude AttitudeThe AttftucleThe AttitudeThe
The convention chose ch to accept Presi President Preaent Pr Prdent eat
dent ent Roosevelts statement that he would wouldnot wouklnot woe woenot M
not accept a renomination as a final wh whnecessarily which whichnecessarily whtebneeesaarily
necessarily entailed the acceptance also alsoof al80of ale aleof o
of Mr Bournes Bourne statement that he would wouldnot wouldnot wo wonot okt
not be a delegate unless instructed for forRMsevelt forROOsevelt fo foRoosevelt r
ROOsevelt RMseveltThe ROOseveltne RooseveltThe
The convention opened with wild disor disorder disorder dicerder ¬
der and the fight was on from the oouseThe outset outsetThe ontetThe t
The Taft men had uphill work to dotheJ do bat batthey buttbey
they were helped by Mr Bourne slim elimination elimlnaUon slimnation 1 ¬
nation of himself himselfSenator hlmJe1fSenator himselfSenator
Senator Fultons election as a delegate delegatewas delegatewu delegatwee e
was the climax of the fight his selection selectionbeing Hlectionbeing nelectiobeing n
being made unanimous After Mr MrBournes MrBoqrnes M MBotrnes r
Bournes telegram was read his follow followers followers folio folioere w ¬
ers realized that he could not be forced t tretrace to toretrace toretrace o
retrace his steps and his name was n npresented not notprwiented notprelented of
presented to the convention when Itcarte it be became be became ¬
came apparent that the convention COIl tat m e tlon was wasdetermined wudetcrmintd w wdetermined as
determined to take Mr Roosevelt at his hisword bl blwor hlword s
word worVas
Was Vas in Grants Grnnt Cabinet CabinetGeorge CabinetGeorge CabinetGeorge
George H Williams the only surviving survivingmember aunytnmember aunytn servlvinmember
member of President Grants Cabinet Cabinetamong is isamong 18among
among the delegates elected to the C Ccage Chi Chicago Ohicago M ¬
cago convention convi > ntton The others are are In add addition addLion I Itioll ¬
Lion to Senator Fulton Dr
Henry A ACoe ACoe I ICot
Coe Asa B Thompson R R T WHHaans WHHaansS W1 W1S
S S A A Sahlbred A tf l Gilbert G bert and andKuy W WKtiy WXuy
Ktiy KendallTAFTITES Kendall KotdalLTATTITES KeadalLrAFTlTES
TATTITES CLAIM + I Big MARGIN MAEDTSay MARGINSA MARL MARLSay
Say SA Thcy Tl1cn ll Hnve Ninetyfive In Instructed Iastructed Iiistructed ¬
structed Delegates Too Many ManyAt ManyAt lnnT lnnTAt
At the Taft headquarters in Washing WuhfDgton Washin Washinton g ¬
ton last night Mr Hitchcock issued l the thefollowing theoUowJng t tfollowing he
following statement statementStats statementStMa statementStar
Stats conventions in California Mon Montana MontAna Mo Motans n ¬
tana North Dakota Dakota Oregon and Was WasIngton Wash Washington Washington h ¬
ington and five district conventions oomentlonttCalifornia hn In InCalifornia inCaUforAia n
California two in Oregon and one each es ch
in North Carolina Ohio and Texas elscod eJect etectod t
od fiftytwo delegates today and In Instructed Instructed hi histrueted
structed tn them m for Taft Th The total num ¬
bar of delegates dele tes pledged
to Taft is e no not now w
t ilL
174Only
Only one State convention that thatTexas of afTexas ofTexas
Texas and seven district
conventions conventionsmain re remain re remain ¬
main to be held The
Texas Stale State con convention 00 00venUon cotventlon ¬
vention which occurs tomorrow toD1 tomorrowfour rrow and
four of the district conventions tohell to be
held tomorrow and the following day daywill dayw11l d dwill ay aytell
will Instruct for Taft increasing tn reutDr the total totalnumber totalnum to tonumber tell
number num r in the tbeTatt Taft column to 686 or 3 3more S Smore is ismore
more than a majority of the Republi Republinational Republican Republicannational Republteannational esn
national convention conventionIndorse conventionIndorse conventionIndorse
Indorse Taft and Fornker PornkerRichmond FornkerRichmond FornkerRlohmond
Richmond Va May lLThe li The disgruntled disgruntledfaction di disgruntl disgruntlfaction gruntled gruntledfacUen
faction of the th Republican party dlseat1pled dissatis dissatisfied dluaUsped a ¬
pled of the disherltanee of the negro negrothe of ofhe ofhe
the he recent r ent Lynchburg convention and andominatton the theomination theomtnatlon thethe
omination of o that convention by byfoeholding the the3foeholding thetftoehOldlng
3foeholding tftoehOldlng element elemeatof of that party partY held heldseparate holdseparate ho hoseparate pd
separate convention co ventto in Richmond to toly to toayt5 t tay o
ayt5 ly 85 per cent of the delegates dele tes Being Beingapubltcan hingepltWJcan lioi lioiegt ng
apubltcan egt WIcen negroes Resolutions were wereiopfed wereopted we weoptfdp a
opted indorsing Roosevelt Taft Taft For Forker FOrn Fe Feand
ker and Aldrich AktrtehI
I 135 1 to Baltimore DaItln1 eand and Returnturdgra Return n turn turnturda3
Vturdny turda3 and Sundays onda3r via vi Penna R flreturn R Rtod R Rret1trnJpg
tod returning return g until Sunday nightexcept night AH AUexcelltthe
excelltthe except a CQngresslonal Limited
FIGHTS BI JUG ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENTFormer ASSESSMENTFornlcr ASSESSMENTormer
Former F ormer Senator Se fttor Clark OInrk Snys 3Iansion 3IansionIs anlon anlonIII
Is hot N t Ready Rentl for Use UseNew UseNew UseNew
New York May li IfF1rmer F rmer SenatorClark SOhtAtolark
Clark C lark of Montana is fighting flshUn the 1W 1Wassessment 115as 11 11assessment
assessment as e sment of 8mOM l00 oo on his castle atSeventysetotlth at atSeventyseventh atSeentet1th
Seventyseventh street str el and Fifth avenue avenueand aven avenand avenueand
and his counsel appeared to today before beforoJustice beforeJUtlUee beforeJttatlce
Justice OGorman to oppose the confirma confirmation cen1lrmatlen tottflrntaflan ¬
flan of the report reporbmbmltted submitted by Abram R RLowreaco It ItLttwrenee itLawreaee
Lowreaco who was appointed referee retto rettoS8 topass to toBase
Base S8 on tho bo assessment Mr Lawrence Latvreisctnroparted LawrenceraportQd LWr ce ceroportod
raportQd that Ute sssesament fU15 ement appeared to tobe tobe tol
be reasonable reasonableTle w wTJie
I
TJie l to present aseeesrrtont against asalnltUte asalnltUteproperty the theproperty triteproperty
property is 1900000 and counsel for the theSenator thaSeqator theSenator
Senator Senator contended that that the assessment oftide of ofIWf
IWf 111 made while the house bou was building buildingwas bun bulidlnpflue ding dingIi
was flue Ii illegal The building is not no finished finishedyit ftnabedf finishedytt
yit f t ud d will not be completed for two twoyears twoHlraaccowlng twoyearn
years yearn Hlraaccowlng accooding to counsel con le1 and the con contention contentf contendon ¬
tendon tentf n Of the Senators lawyers lo ors is thief thiefno tmttno UUttno
no sssasvment Ul9lll entshould should be made until it is iscompleted Iscompleted Iscompleted
completed and habitable Justice OGor OGotman OGorman OGorman
man reserved decision decisionREVEALS decisionREVEALS decisionREVEALS
REVEALS ART FRAUD FRAUDOwner FRAUDOwner
Owner of PaintiiigAat Pailltillgs at t Cor Corcorau Corcorau
e corau tall Galleries Victim VictimINNESS Victinlr VictinlINNESS VictimINNESS
r
INNESS CANVAS IS Isnf W DOUBT DOUBTGifts DOUETUtt DOUBTGifts
Gifts Gifts Utt to Rational Gallery of Art Be Being DcInS Bcing ¬
ing Investigated by b William WUlln 1 T TKvnnBt Tan Tl
KvnnBt l sanu an oi of New York the DonorScnds Donor DonorScmla DonorScncT8
Scmla Others to Tale Place of ofThose otThosc ofThoae
Those Thosc Withdrawn front Bxhibit BxhibitNew DxhlbltII lttxhtbitNew
II IINew
New York May 14 WtttIant wnitem T Tchatrmaa Bvans Bvanschairman Baaaachatrmea
chairman of the art committee of the theLotos tbeLot theLoth
Lotos Lot Club Cu and knewn mev extensively as an ansWe Itau anable
able aoa d1eeriminathI dlrerlmtna JlInln ff eoiieetor of naittt naitttingg llatJaSlJ llaintInIyB
ingg stated tod today y that he will start staltdril a acirtt atu
cirtt sul tomorrow against WilliamClausen William Williamdan Williamcs
dan cs oen an art d deat deals at wto Is one of ofth otthe atthe
th the mo most prominent in JriV1M JriV1MMr late busluest buslnnsssMr busluestMr
Mr Kvans EY liver wilt 111 bring ftttt to recover the themoney themoney themoney
money which he paid Clausen Chrt a for twopictures two twopictures twepkturea
pictures alleged by tie tbdealer denier to be the thework thework thework
work of the later Hewer Martin the theAmerican theAmerlean theAmerican
American painter bet which Mr Brans Bransafter uIafter Smarrafter
after he had presented pre nted them with wIUtbet a aher muri muriber
her of other paintings ttnps to to the National NationalGallery NatIoDalGaU7 NationalGallery
Gallery of Art Art declares to be forgeries forgeriesThere tor rTbere forgeriesThere
There were We three pictures which Mr MrBvans MrEvan MrEvans
Evan was obliged to t yecall t from the theCorcoran tiltCorcora theCorcoran
Corcoran Gallery of Art at Washington W Wherethe Washtngtoqwhere Washingtonwhere
where herethe they were on exhibition exhIl lU awaiting awaitingthe awattJ awattJtile awaitingthe
the time that Congress Con would provide asuf4bk a asuitable aaitable
suitable building for the National Gal Gallery Gallery Galkry ¬
lery of of Art Art J slate = e was Yo entitled OW KIR KIRt IHearSt idi idiear
HearSt ear St ci aeo a iFear NiWt NiWt1M
1M 1 iiok fil i i1If
t 1If Clausen eta as ftt from n taM brush of George GeorgeIhness Oeolb1 tko rte
Ihness b1 the elder 1 The others were al alleged at at1ese4 ¬
leged by the iealer t1 sakc t to be the work of ofHomer ofHomer ofHomer
Homer Martin All the pictures wereoisned were weresigned we weeel
signed signedMr eel eelMr
Mr Evans Eva said today that investiga investigation Investt Investttion ¬
tion had convinced him that Inness can canvas canvu canvas ¬
vas was we no more authentic than the theothers theothen
others Before giving v1ng them to the na nation natIon nalion ¬
tion Mr Evans had the pictures in MB MBown hi hiown
own collection several years eau where they theywere theyere
were ere admired by 1 y many expert critics and andskilled andskilled
skilled judges of art Ifo o one suspected suspectedthat suspectedthat suspectedthat
that they were not genuine genuineArt genuine genuineArt
Art Circles AgitatedSome Agitated AgitatedSome AgltatetISome
Some days day ago however when wb n rumorsbegan rumors rumorsbegan rumorabegan
began to be circulated persistently that thatthe thatUe thatthe
the works of several seveN 1 famous American Americanpainters Amerleanpaiaten
painters were being imitated successfully successfullyand successfullyand successfullyand
and art circles ciref to here h here re were agitated tated by thediscovery the thediscovery thedtseovery
discovery that unfinished 1Dftnia works of the thesame theme
same me paintees were being completed c mpleted and andput andput
put on the market as the finished paintlegs paint paintings painttnp ¬
legs of recognised masters mute Mr Evans Evanstook EvalUitook
took alarm and started an investigation investigationHis inveatlptioRia
His own experience exp > Erience he made public today todayIn
In x a formal statement statementAmong statementAmong tement
Among A the first fifty paintings by byAmerican byAmerican byAmerican
American artists artt which formed a part of ofmy ofmy
my gift to the National Gallery Gall ry of Art Artand Artand
and which pending Congressional na1 action actionfor ScUoufor
for the establishment est of a suitable build building bulldlag building ¬
ing are now on exhibition in the Corco Corcoran Corearan ¬
ran Gallery Ganeryat Gatlerylat at Washington were were two twopictures twopletures
pictures one called Old Mill Near St StCloud StCloud
Cloud the other Near Newport both bothbearing bothbearing
bearing the name asne of the late Homer DMartin D DMartin Dl
Martin l rtln and a third picture called Late LateAfternoon LateAfternoon
Afternoon at MedneW bearing the name nameof JI8IMof
of the late George A Inness Inne They The had hadbeen hadbHn
been in my possession u1on several severalyeara years and andhad adbad
had been repeatedly exhibited In m recent recentyears reeentIfarlJ
years They had received the praises penisesthe of ofthe flthe
the moat accomplished critics and there therewas therewu therewas
was no reason to doubt that they theythe were werethe e ethe
the works o od the artists named namedRumors namedRumo namedRumors
Rumors Rumo however ho s ver obtained circulation
a few months ago which oast such doubt doubton doubton
on the authenticity of these pictures that thatI
I instituted an investigation to learn their theirhistory theirhistory thei r
history As a result of that Investigation InvestigationI lon lonI
I felt it incumbent upon me to recall the thethree thethree
three pictures referred to to Fortunately FortunatelyI
I had attached to tc my gift the condition conditionthat colidlUonthat conditionthat
that I might withdraw withdraw any of the pIe pictures pIetUre pietatres ¬
tures which might not stand the test of oftime o otime f
time and substitute others in thetr places placesThe pJaeeaThe placesThe
The three pictures referred to I have VB ac accordingly accordlng1y accordfngly ¬
cordingly withdrawn from the tb National NationalGallery NaUonalGallery NationalGallery 1
Gallery of Art and they are now in my mypossession JD7posseuton mypossetsoion
possession I have already purchased puro a and andsent udMnt andsent
sent to Washington In place of those thosewithdrawn tho thowtthdrawn
withdrawn two excellent examples un unquestionably unqUe8t1anably usquestionably ¬
questionably genuine of the work of the thelater thelater th thstar e
later Homer D Martin and the matter matterof matterot r
of a substitution of an authentic example exampleof examplor amp > f
of the work of the late George Innese for forthe fent f ° r
the t e picture attributed to him and w whas which whichhas wbJchhas
has bean withdrawn will have my myattea myatteatfon my atten attention ¬
don m In due season Several examples eUJ1tpl of ofhie ofbl o ohis g
his work are among my gift to the UIeun na nation nil ¬
flea which now amounts to sixtyntnptetur9s sixtynine sixtyninepictures slxtyntnepleturts e
pictures In all and to which I am adding addf ss8
from time t to time timePurchased tiMePure1tasecl
Purchased Four Tens Year Ago AgoThe AgoThe AgoThe
The three pictures which have been beenwithdrawn beenwttbdrawn be en
withdrawn wore purchased by me zn about about1KB about1JOi
1KB from trm Mr hire William Cfeuson an ar art artdealer artdealer t
dealer lately at SO Fifth avenue but butnow butnow bu bunow t
now of o Beet Thirtyfifth street The Thesubject Thesubject Th e
subject subject is In the hands h lands ndS of my counsel ooutleelMr counselMr COUnselMr
Mr Frank R R Lawrence LWJ Lawrence Dce for lJr advice a aaction and andaction andactJon nd
action Any steps twiioh Whloh I may taly ta will willbe wmbe wil 1
be purely foe the purpose of elicitingtruth eliciting wilthe the thetruth thetruth
truth truthMr truth1I1r
Mr Mracted r iivans said today tod ttl day that he had hadacted hadacted
acted after thorough investigation which whichhad which1Iad whle whlehad h
had convinced C ItVlnccd him that ho h was wa made a avictim avictim ha
victim of fraud and that it was no rio sacra secret secretamong secretamortg t
among collectors of otpictures pictures and men in interested interes ¬
forested teres d in art generally that exceedingly exceedinglyclever eaeoedla
clever counterfeits of American maatars maatarshad mutenhad meat era
had bean marketed successfully in n recent recentyears recentyean voce voceyeug
years yeanQulcJcst
Quickest Time Ime to Baltimore BaltimoreI BnUlmoreJlnJthttle Battimoreltnltitnr
I Baltimore JlnJthttle elie and Ohio ahtb Railroad RailroadEvery nnlJrondE1VQry
Every haur her on the hourVwaakdays hour huurt weekdays from fromI frn m
7 I a a m to 8 p m 45 4iiand0 and 50 5m minute trains
Same schedule returning
PRESIDENTS PRESIDENTPromise S FIAT FIATDEBATED
DEBATED IN SENATE SENATEPromise SENATEPIOlllisc SENATEto
Promise PromiseDEBATED to Governors Brings BringsOut BringsOnt b bOut
Out Protests ProtestsJUST ProtestsJUST ProtestsJUST
JUST WHAT DID HE 1 HE HEDneon MEANBacon MEAN 1 1Dnon
Bacon Thinks He Threatened to toHaiti toRaid toRaid
Raid the TraK Treasury ruiJInr s ry lent ut Bevcriilffc BevcriilffcJIius Decrltl IJevcrldgehas e eJIn
JIn has Anfttlier Opinlon QpinIgnXewwlnndS QpinIgnXewwlnndSJlnl Xeivilanda XeivilandaIts ltU dl dlpm
pm Jlnl 9 cot1 1 R I J tllt But t Pziil PziilaDt rttst rttstdirt =
dirt Fitt > y Alj + thlientty JetnfWt4il btCon nifjnle nifjnleIt fiittae fiittaeIts
Its It a dull day da in the Senate now whenno when whenno wtMDDO
no reference Is made to the Presidents Praaldwifstendency Presidentsleniency lftts lfttswnhnc7
tendency to fly in the face of the legis legislative leglalative S Slative ¬
lative branch of the government and aDd1erday yw ywterday yesterday
terday was not pne of that kindMr kind kIadMr
Mr Bacon of Georgia began Ute die dlscUfilon diecuaston
cusston and it hinged upon the remark rwmarkwhich rIntarkwhich
which Mr Roosevelt Roo t made to the tillnon thenoes gover governors ¬
non and other delegates de who wlloat gathered gatheredat
at the White House Wednesday morning morningwhen JaOrRIIIgwhen morningwhen
when he said that if Gaa ccre ress did notprovide not notprovide notprovide
provide for the perpetuation pe taat101t of the In Inland 1 1land Inland ¬
land Waterways Commission he WORld wevhihimself WORldh1meelf wouldhimself
himself find ftnda A way of doing 4 so without withoutlegislative withoutleielaUe withoutlegislative t
legislative assistance assistanceThe aasllltanceThe assistanceThe
The sundry civil bill was under dtacuasion dtIcUlllion die diecuaslon
cuasion Mr Bacon BaconarOlle arose with a news newspaper MU MUpaper nwspaper ¬
paper clipping in his hand He read front fresnthe frontthe 1tIftthe
the clipping what the Pr President Pr ldent had ba4and rind rindand Jd Jdand
and Inquired of Mr Hale who wag waBI as assisting si ¬
sisting Senator Allison llt8oa who was In Incharge fitchare incharge
I
charge of tm the > bilC btll bill if any appropriation appropriationwere
were made in the measure for themir themirpose t1eJtHpo the per perpose
pose po e to t which the Executive Ex utlve referred reflnedHale 2r 2rHale 3ttr 3ttrHale
Hale replied that he thought the Senator Senatorfrom Senatortrom Sena Senafrom tor
from Georgia would find an appropriation appropriationfor JOlt JOlttor
for that purpose PurPose on page pa e 143 After road roading readIng roadlug
ing the section referred to to Mr Mri Bacon Baconpersisted Baconper Baconpersisted
persisted persistedWas per persistedWas 8ted 8tedWas
Was that all that wan askedrCondemns asked askedr askedrContIemt r rCondemns
Condemns Condemns t Those Who Yh Cheered OlicercdMr Oheer CheeredMr d dMr
<
Mr Hale replied that an that had b bean beanlaetuded boo booIncluded m mincluded n
included in that th departmental cI tmentt estimates estimatesbad estimat estimathad Umates UmateshcI
bad been allowed allowedWe allowedWe
We are to be congratulated thenMr then thanMr thenMr
Mr Bacon said with irony ropy that th this thiswork thiswork h s
work is to be done by authority of law lawand 1awand 1 1not
and not in violation of law lawSenator JawSenator lawSenator
Senator EK ew > ew called attention a U n to thq thqreport th thnport threport e
report that the governor and delegate delegatewho dol ta8 ta8who tits
who had heard the Presidents Pre ldents remark remarkbad remarkhad remar remarhad k
had loudly applauded the sentiment ho hoexpressed heexpreseed h hexpressed
expressed The Georgia delegates Mr MrDepew MrDepew MrDepew
Depew said had been among those ap tipproving approving approving ¬
proving his deelaration declarationIf
If any representative re mesentative of Georgia applauded ap applauded applauded ¬
plauded the th l Idea that the President could couldi couldVIe
VIe i money not appropriated by Con Congress Conaresi Congross ¬
gress aresi gross retorted Mr Bacon I r would not nothesitate nothesitate no t
hesitate to condemn him as having done donea don dona I
a very improper thing thingNot thlDgNut
Not the Same Commission CommissionMr CommhJslonMr
Mr Hale said he Had Ii not read the pa papers papers paporn ¬
pers containing ccmtall Bg the account of tha Presi Presidents PresideDts ¬
dents statement but he would repeat repeatthat repeatthat repealthat
that all that bad been hee1 ked for any anywaterways anywaterways
waterways commission had been put in inthe 1nthe i ithe n
the Dill DillWhat
bPIWhat
What was in the mind of the Frost President Prestdtht ¬
dent debt I do not know added Mr Hale HaleI lfialeI HaleI
I only know that the committee COI milt11 has put putin putIR pu puin t
in the bill bill whatever has been submitted submittedto d
to it m In the tb estimates for any any watorway watorwaycommission waterways waterwayscommission w torWaY8 torWaY8eommll8lon s
commission commissionThe eommll8lonThe
The commission referred to here heresaid horosaid hereBald
said Mr Bacon who had again examined examinedthe examInedthe d
the bill ui is referred to as e the Interna International Intornatlonal ¬
tional tlonaWaterways Waterways Wa ys Commission The ThePresident ThePresident Th e
President I think referred to the Inland InlandWaterways Inl Iq IqWaterwaa d
Waterways Commission I do not Intend Intenato Intendto inten intento
to condemn the improvement I of waterways water waterways waterways ¬
ways but if I understand our our theory of ofgovernment ofg9Vernment o f
government there Is no authority given giventhe gIventhe give givethe n
the the President by law to use funds not notappropriated notppr4 no t
appropriated ppr4 rltttod by Congress ConsresaThe CoIt Te HH HHThe
The President said Senator Bever BeverContinucd BeverContinued BeretContinued
Continued on Page 4 Column 7 7Popular TPopul
Popular Popul r Excursion rfa In Bait nItinor imbre 1 Fan and andOhio nndhro I IOhio
Ohio Ohio hro it R RTo RI RTo
To I Harpers H Ferry P 1T y MartInsburg Berkelcy Ber
keley aifler Antis and Cumberland from fro m
Union S tloa S15 a a m Hay 17 Roun Round d
trip 1 to Harpers Ferry F rry and Martina
burg USS 13a to Berkeley S Sltring > r11gs an
2 to Cumberland
MONTANA FALLS F LL IN LINE LINEDcloftntag LINEDcloKntoli TINEDelofrntcs
Dcloftntag Instrnotcd In trnotel to Vote for forSecretary torSoorotary forSoorotary
Soorotary Taft at ChicagoButte Chicago ChicagoButte OhloagoButte
Butte Mont May 14 14Tbe The MontanaState Montana MontanaState JIoatanlState
State convention was heM to Butte today to today toaD4 ¬
day and ate delegates were chosen to go goto GVto goto
to Chicago They were Instructed to vote voteir wle1er rotetor
ir Taft A resolution re to that effect was waspresented wasprl8ebted waspresented
presented to the convention and someEutern someEastern some someEastern
Eastern Montana delegates aa tried to oppose opposeit 0 0it
it motions being < made to table them thembut t tbut thembut
but Chairman Miller ignored the motion modemsand modou modouand motionand
and the resolutions went ent through with witha witha
a yell and whoop whoopThe WbcopThe whoopThe
The delegates de1e tes are Charles R R Leonard Leonardof LeoaaJdof Leonardof
of Butte Tbojaa A A Marlete of f Helena HelenaJ
J G Blair of Teton Tet A A J Bennett OfVirginia of ofVirginia CVIqinja
Virginia City CSt Charles M K Bates BatetI OC Bfl BflItats DSI1IIa 311lingo
lingo and F F M MalaM Maleee et Cutler Cutlerr CuNrPrt CostarPresident
r President Prt Ifint Boeeevett tU and his adminls adminlstraUon ac1mlaJtaUaa ade btie btietaadaum
traUon welts w IndoneaV Indotalldhis slid We policies polldasPOLE JtOUdIftU policiest
ftU t a ti i 4Y
r rPOLL s sK
POLE K > OF GOERDuS GOERDuSState
State Executives Name Pref Preferences Pileferences Preferences ¬
j erences for PresidentLOYALTY President PresidentLOYALTY PresidentLOYALTY
1
j
LOYALTY TO FAVORITE SONS SONSMany SONSUan SONSMany
Many Uan Bxprexs Bxpr Approval of Indorse Indorsemonts Indorsenion1a Indorsenionts
monts of oeState State Conventions ConventlonsJlanl ConventlonsJlanlof ConventionsHanly ConventionsHanlyelf Hanly Hanlyof
of Indiana Wants ants Fairbanks FairbanksStnrvrt FnlrbnnbStul
Stuart Stul > rtot of Pennsylvania Talks of ofKnox ofJ ofKnoxViews
KnoxViews Knox J noxTlo1J1 VIoTjss of Other Bxccatives BxccativeslYhile BxccuthcshUe HxecntivesWhile
hUe the visiting governor were in intown Intows intown
town some of them were we asked totheir to totMtr name namethetr
their personal preferences prefm ca in the Presi Presidential Frestileetial ¬
dential 1 campaign about to begin beginSome hectLSollIe bugleSome
Some would kl not declare themselves far farther furtlM r rthet ¬
ther than to ge on record as sfttisfitd t wit witannounced WI1a WI1aaatICMHICec1 wtthaanouneed
announced preferences of their States StatesOthers StatOu SatesOthei
Others were outspoken in behalf of fit fe fevorUe fa faYOItte
vorUe sons sonsOf DB DBO
Of O this tbia latter sort was GOT OM Haniy 0 0Indiana of ofIndiana ofImIIaa 1
Indiana He said My > 7 personal p prefer preterenos preCer8IIoe preferonce
once is that of the Republican party part of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the State of Indiana We are for Vice VicePresident VloePrealdent ia iaPresident e
President Fairbanks who will have th thunttedeupport the theunlted theunlted8Uppolt e
unlted unlted8Uppolt ipj > ort of the e Indiana delegation delegationand deIgatlonaDd deiGgatlonand
and for whom whom I am willing willln to work toot tootand tooth toothand toothaa h
and nail nailj nailG01
j Gov Swanson of Virginia Vll1f 1 am for forV fo foi r
JW i V J Bryan who who I am confident will willload wUlloed willIced
load the Democratic party part to victory victoryGov viCWryGov 1Ct I IGov
Gov Comer of Alabama My personal personalpreference perCna1pretereace
preference and I am sure I am with ray rayState myState m mState y
State In this thla Is Jatar for the Hon W J JBryan JBr3n JBryan
Bryan BryanGOT Br3nGOV
GOV Hoed Hoe1 of Kansas There need be beno beno b
e
no doubt < about whom I am tm tor1Ir for Mr W JBryan J JBryan JBrnn
Bryan ail the time timeGov umeGov
Gov Deneett of Illinois My personal personalpreference personalpreferonce person personpreference al
preference is for that son of Illinois th thHon the theHon theHon e
Hon Joseph G CannonGov Cannon CannonGov nDOn nDOnGO
Gov GO Brooks of Wyoming The des deVjgates del delsates desgates
gates from Wyoming have hlve already alroad been beeninstructed bMn bMnInstructed bee beeInstructed n
instructed to toca = cast t the vote of the State Statefor Statefor Stat Statfor ne e
for Hon W WH H Taft I am In hearty ac nocord accord fICcord ¬
cord with the Wyoming delegation delegationGov delegationGov
Gov Warner of Michigan I am in infavor hi hifavor ii iifavor
favor of the nomination of otHon Hon W H HTaft HTaCt HTaft
Taft It was reported yesterday that t
Gov Warner had said If f Mr Taft was not notnominated notnominated no nonominated t
nominated on on the first ballot he was In n
favor t vor of voting voUn for Theodore Roosavalt RoosavaltOn
On this subject he declined to speak speakGov SpeakGov speakGev
Gov Burke of North Dakota North Northako Nort h
Dakota ako Republicans will give their voice voiceto voiceto voic he e
to Hot Hot W H H Taft
Taft and the cholao of my m y
State la my choice choiceGov choiceGot II IIGO
Got GO = Edwin Norris of Montana My Mychoice Ili Ilichoice y
choice Is W H Taft He Is the chofaj of ofrny ofmY o f
mY State and I think of the West pret pretty pretty ¬
ty generally generaIl7Gov 4 4Gov
Gov Albert E Mead of Washington WashingtonI
I believe Mr W V V H Taft will be nomiHated nominated nomi nominated ¬
nated and iMt that he will prove a afro afroleader strong strong1ender
leader In the campaign campaignGov camp Ign II IIGov
Gov Stuart Stuart of Pennsylvania lOr I favor favorPhilander favorPhtlander favoPhilander r
Philander C Knox present Senator from fromPennsylvania fromPenmylvanla fro m
Pennsylvania aa a tho next President PresidentGov PresldontGov
Gov Folk of Missouri The coneton conven convention convention n ¬
tion to nominate delegate delega to the Demo Democratic Democrftth Demostatic ¬
static national convention has not bee been beenheld eenheld n
held in Missouri ns ourl but the delegates deJegat S chosen chosenwill h chosewill sen senwill n
will undoubtedly be instructed InstruotQdfor for Bryan BryanGov BrYllnGov
Gov Curry of New Mexico Next to toPresident toPresident t o
President Roosevelt Roos velt I Iconalder consider Taft the thegreatest tit titgreatest e
greatest cTaatost American and regard hlsnqmi hispomnation hlsnqminatlon hiSjpQmlnation i
nation and election as a foregone c cojiclu cojiclu8lon IQlu IQlusIon tptri tptrision u
sIon The entire West shares shar this view viewGov v I ewe eweGov w wGQv
Gov Hogatt of Alaske Taft Is m mpandidate my mycandidate mycandidMe y
candidate for President PresidentGov FreeldentGov PresidentGov
Gov Post of Porto Rico Mr Taft Taftwill faftwIU Pal Palwill t
will be named and chosen chosenWhen ChOleRten
When ten You Open n Dank Account AccountWith AccountWith
With Union Trust Trust Co 16th and H sts stsvour stayour stsyour
your deposits dopy ifs will earn OB l you an income incomenterest IncomInterestpflid IneomInterest e
Interest Interestpflid paid ktd on all accounts subject 8 ect to tocheck t tcheck o
check Under nder U S ov vt t aupervwoD
WRIGHT AEROPLANE AEROPLANEWRECKED AEROPLANEWRECKED
WRECKED B BY ERROR ERRORMachine ERRORlachille ERRORMachine
Machine Comes to Grief GriefAftel GriefAftelMalvelollS GriefAfterMarvelons After AfterMarvelous
Marvelous FlightNAVIGATOR Flight FlightNAVIGATOR FligUtNAVIGATOR
NAVIGATOR MADE A MISTAKE b ISTAmE ISTAmEco ICISTA ICISTACorers
Covers co rJ Bight It + ight titles In Perfoot Conn Conntrol Con Control Cntrol ¬
trol When Wrong rong Manipulation Jlanlpulatlonottvcr o oL of ofLever f
Lever L tvcr vcr Dashes Dn hes Airslilp to Ground OronndWhetrealf GroundWhere roJlnlWneeIt i
WneeIt Where J Is 1 IbSmssbedLllce Smartied Sm l1ied I Jko fo all n Tort Tortshalt Bgjf Bgjfshelf D Ef Ef8helI
shelf 8helI shalt X14 VV Wright Hsonpoa sgnpos Injury InjuryManteo Injur InjurMaateo Injurylfaeteo
Manteo a 3 C O c May 714 iij 14Atter Aftar ter the great greateat sreate greatest
eat of airship flights Itcbwaa this afternoon the themachine tbemaehtae th thmachine e
machine of Wilbur and OrvIlle Wright Wrightwas WriPtkilO Wri Wrinag gift
was smashed kilO an unrecognisable 1UINCOp able mass massThe meaThe massThe
The navigator vtptor of the machine Wilbur WilburWright WilburWrlgllt WilbuWright r
Wright escaped from the accident prac practically pnetlcaU7 prattidally ¬
tidally unhurt having received n nmore nothing nothingmore no noJDOre
more than a scratch on his faceThe face faceThe faceThe
The machine had already flown eight eightmiles eiPtmn sighimites
miles fn seven Yell minutes ll and forty fortyneed seconds secondsand eo eoaac1
and wafer beautiful controlThe control controlThe eoatrotTIle
The wrecking of it was due to an error erroron errorOft orre I Ion
on the part rt of the navigator In 4Irec dlreeAiglit directing directingflight 4IrecAgtat
flight M a downward course It was wassigned de designed tie tiesigned ¬
signed by brtIM the navigator r to elevate its itsorarae u uonta i icourse
course Instead of working the lever leveranompilsi0 to toaoeompUsli toCGOtIIIJII
aoeompUsli that result he worked it Itas itas so soas
as to direct the course cou of the machine machinestill maehIaestili
still farther downward downwardAirship dowawarctAlrllhlp downwardAirship
Airship Is Smashed SmashedResponding SmnellolIttepOlldtn SmaehodResponding
Responding instantly to the influence influenceof Inf Infof fleece
of te til lever Inertiae the machine ehln6 shot town townslid downward downwardand downwardto wrartl
and to the ground with great rapidity rapidityAc ra1dlt7A rapidityAs
Ac A strongly stron 7 as it was put together together WIer it itjwac Itwas f fwas t
jwac was crashed like an egg shall shallWilbur 8heUWilbur shellWilbur
Wilbur Wrights luck lur which has stood stoodby stoodb3 geO I Iby
by Mm ever since be ha ham commenced commencedbis OOM lnced lncedhis
his ascents in the air was still with him himThe himThe
The machine was wrecked behind a ahill asad asadbill sn snhill dd
hill two miles from rom the point from which whichIt wh
It was started startedRising startedRl
Rising Rl tng from a point near tin house housewhich in inwhich Inwhich
which It is stored the machine flew flewaway ewWIQ 1st
away WIQ with twice the speed of a bird birdIts birdIta bi biIts rd
Its course was directed north along t the theboach thebucll he
bestir for a mile lie and a half when it itwas itwas I Iwas
was turned to the westward flying < high highover highover big U Uover
over a small sand hill and passing passingttteen be between be between ¬
tween two largo ones onesIt OIleSIt
It was than made to circle still an another another asother ¬
other sand s nd hill the farthest point in intheir tntheir i itheir n
their circling movement movement befog two miles milesfrom mUeafrom
from where the machine tta sre started on oatmagnificent its itsmagnificent It Itmagnlt1cont
magnificent flight The coarse eou of th the themachine themachine e
machine was then directed back toward towardthe towardthe t tthe owar d
the starting point pointRetraces pointRctrnQes
Retraces II1 Ilia CourseTraveling Course CourseTraveling CourseTraveIhC
Traveling under a speed which whichthe caused causedthe C8uaedthe
the few wltnoeeea M8 of the flight to marvel marvelbut marvelbut
but under perfect control Wilbur YJllmr Wri Wrileapt Wright Wrightkopt Wrightkopt ii t
kopt the machine up and continued the theflight theflight t tflight
flight following the Identical course amnse itoursedid he bedid hedid
did when the machine first got under underway underay and andway er
way ay All continued to go wei well until the thefatal thefatal Hi e
fatal mistake behind the last sand lull lullThe hUIrJte
The total distance flown Is computed computedby comput mput6d mput6dby
by adding together the two miles mU mUtwe mfleatweeu be between ¬
tween twe n farthest points traveled three threetimes threeUmes th thtimes
times and an allowance of two ratios mttas a aconservative 8consenntlvo
conservative estimate for the many long longcurves 1 Qftg Qftgcurves On g
curves and angles made madeWhile madeWhileadoubtlesr d dWhllctdoubt1056
While Whllctdoubt1056 doubtless happy In the knowledge knowledgethat knowJe Ige Igethat ge
that they have accomplished accom hld marvel marvelous marvelousthings marvelthings
things 1n the science of oCaerJal aerial navigation navigationthe R8V1gaUoathe tsavt tsavtthe la n
the wrecking of their machine which whichthey ivhl ivhlthey hICh hIChthoy
they prized over all wealth ealth was a great greatdisappointment grutIsappot Er Ersappolhtment eat
disappointment Isappot l sap polhtm tment ent entthey to the Wright rtcht brothers brothers1bey s
they state however that they will f fmedlately im immediately Imme m ¬
mediately me fate1y pack up the wreckage wrcek e of tfi tfimachine their theirmachine theirmachine
machine and ship sbi It back to their home homeIn homeInj ho me
In Inj Dayton 1yton < Ohio OhioOrville OhioOrville
Orville Orville Wright had intended leaving leavinghere leavinehere leant leanthere g gEu
here Monday to prepare for a trip trlpto to Su Surope Burop
rope rop having h ing engagements there with rep representatives reprcsentatlv re reresentatlves p ¬
resentatives S of foreign governments who whohave wbohave wl w
have been attracted by the possibiHtie possibiHtieof
of their Qlr machine machineDnc mg h1ne h1neDue
Due to Inexperience InexperienceNot InecperuncoNot
Not since the Wrlghte Irlghbihttve have e been here heredid heredid he re
did their machine appear ap so comple complete completean
an instrument as as It did today todayThe t todayThe d dTbe
The fatal mistake was the result of of6Xperlonco a aoxporlonco r
oxporlonco with the operation of 9r f the new newsteering newsleerlng no nosteering h
steering gear which the brothers had hadperfeptgdV badperf hi d
perfeptgdV perf erf at t t + und nd installed In the machine machineIts mac ine ineIt in inIts e
Its It working wprkjpg Vl rkpg was satisfactory but butrequtr butrequtred requir required requ requed h ¬
ed practice for or instantaneous manipultton manipula manipulation 1l1anlpulaUon a ¬
tion UonAnothor
tionAnother
Another extraordinary flight fllgbtcOJnl compara comparatively conpiertively if iftlvely a ¬
tively a a short one was made by ythe the ma tnaJ m a ¬
J
I r
chine to today tod d r It was the complete complete cir circling cjrcJtng circling ¬
cling of a sand mountain for a distance distanceof
of two tiles both Orville Wright and andFuraasg andFurn andFurnace
Furnace Furn a machinist occupying seats in inthe inthe
the machineTly machine machineTlit machinerenfrtabll
Tlit remarkable part about this flight flightwaf flightWRI flightwalttlte
waf walttlte the fact actthat that tho machine was was on onoonstant a aconstant aootpetant
constant ootpetant oorvo It sailed the distance dIetancohi distanceIn dl tAanc tAancIn
In two minutes and a half hal It returned returnedte r returnedto turnad turnadIts
te Its starting atarti g point and continued itsHiatt its itsftlfcltt ItJsfitl
ftlfcltt tt for a quarter quar Jr of a mile beyondBOTH beyond beyondBOTH beyond110m
BOTH INSTRUCT FOR TAFT TAFTTyro TAFTrwo
Tyro Conventions In Same District at atiVlilcli titJIICJl atWhielt
iVlilcli JIICJl Wnr Secretary Is Favored FavoredColumbus F PwvoredColumbus vored voredColuam
Columbus Ohio May 14 HAt At At the two twoRepublican two twoRepublican twoRbben
Republican conventions in the Third Con CongrMefonal Congrllll Congree
grMefonal grllll gree lolHl1 lonai district today Secretary Taft Taftwas Tattwas Taftwas
was indorsed 8NId and delegates favorable toOtis to toItis to1ds
Otis candidacy eaadtc1 cy ware elected as follows followsBieser followsnieMI followsBieer
Bieser convention conventiOnCo C W T Yo Bieeer and D D DW DW
W Aliaman both of oi ° Montgomery County CountyAntlBlessr County CountyntJBtt CountyAntBtetter
AntlBlessr ntJBtt r eonvanHen conventionNo N P Ramsey Ramseyof
of Montgomery XOftt < lllOry and A A O Qale Oal of t Pre PreM Preble Prehie
M ble Coimty CoimtyAt Cour CotmtyAt ty tyAt
At the Bterser er coiivanUon H IL C Cattow Catrowof Cattowof
of Montgomery rr County Count was nominated nominatedior nmtn nominatedforCongreu ted tedfor
for forCongreu Congress and at the other J B Hard HardIng Hard1M
Ing the th present incumbent was renoral renoralcted renoutlBoth renominated
cted Both conventions oon entlons were held at atEaton atJiat atEaton
Eaton Jiat n Preble County CountySenator Cotnl CotnlKNOX CountyK1TOX
KNOX GIVES DINNER DINNERSenator DiERSenator
Senator Entertains the Goy Goyernor Governor ov overnor
ernor of Pennsylvania ofPenllsylvaniaR PennsylvaniaREPRESENT PennsylvaniaREPRBSENTATIVE
REPRESENT R REPRBSENTATIVE PRESBNTATlVEMEN ATIVE MEN N ATTENDFunction ATTEND ATTENDFunction A TEND TENDPnncUon
Function Takes Place in the Aerr AerrHome XcwIfom NcwIlomq
Ifom Home of the Metropolitan ClubWhich Club ClubWhicli OlubVhicl1
Which Wn Was Va Decorated for the Oc Oconai Oeoa Occaelon
onai oa caelon tlon on and an Elaborate Menu Icnu Pro ProVldeu Proidccl ProttidcdMany
Vldeu ttidcdMany idccl aiany Ian Speeches Made 3IndeGOT JladeGov
GOT rt Stuart tu rt of Pennsylvania was the tognat theglvta theet
gnat et hoer 1 Jut M night at a daB dinner dinnergWen r rIeM10t
gWen fry y SemUa lit Knox also of the tit Key XtareuD4 i iatene
atene Kate end around the board bo r4 werepthraed were weregathered wereaabeft4
gathered reptseaiftttve ru sntatlve men in Washington Washing Washington vrngton ¬
ton public and offlctel of c41 life lifeThe 11 11The lifeThe
The dinner was given In the large din diningroom dlntqroom dinugroom ¬
ingroom l ugroom of the handsome new home of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Metr Metropolitan + ptelitan Clnh The room was wasdecorated wasdeeorated
decorated with pains and eat flowersand flowers flowersand fl wers wersand
and the menu was elatltmateInvttatk4is elaborate elaborateInvitation eWJorateInvttatlqRl
Invitation InvttatlqRl were extended nded to the mem members membeta mainhers ¬
beta of the United State Senate SiestaPresident Vies ViesPresident VJeaPrul4Jent
President Fairbanks Fat Speaker Joseph Can Canaoa CanDOl
aoa the Pennsylvania Penney delegation to A the theHouse theHOUM
House of Representatives Represents tatlva and members membersof
of the prcs prcsThe pr prThe proseThe
The guests were greeted greetedRepresents In the hallway hallwayby hallwayby
by by the host Senator Knox Later Gov GovStuart GovSUJen
i Stuart held an informal reception in I the thehall theat t tpresented he
hall at which he guests M3tc were present presentto presented presentedto
to him After the ° reception the host and andinto andbIa andhis
into his guests repaired to the Oaing dl > d hag 1 roomGov room roomGov roomGo
Gov Go Stuart Onllcd Upon UponGOT UpunGov
GOT rove Stuart wa matt tile t first called upon upone uP n nt
t e a speech He 0 esiUMMtf JJt JJttJ hie awweciatk awwecia iVi1l6lalion
tk tJ otifcft ths hooor r c pshtted rr tWd < l tpilaM htm and andspofce aeat andspoke
spoke at length JK a Uteasant and humor humorOOB bmnornIa humorcn
OOB vein veinHe nIaae rttaHe
He was followed by Sfenator tor Depew of ofM ofNe o oN1w f
Ne M r York The Empire State Senator Senatorw Senatorwu Senatoway r
wu w in one of hte happteat bat + plest veins and his hisutterances hisutteraMea
utterances were replete with jests and andwitticisms alldwitUdllmf an d
witticisms witticismsSenator witUdllmf witUdllmfSenator f
Senator Daniel DaaW of Virginia foAow foAowwith followed followedwith 1 1with
with one of his characteristic characterl tic speeches speecheswhich speecbeswb1cb
which added to the enjoyment of the thegathering theptllel1 th thgathering g
gathering ptllel1 Senator Bailey of Texas TexasSenator TexasSenator
Senator Carter of Montana and Senator SenatorJohnston SenatorJoImatoD SenateJohnston r
Johnston also contributed to the flow o owk of ofwit ofwtt f
wit and humor Speaker Cannon and andVice andVa anc
Vice President Fairbanks made short in informal Intonnal Informal ¬
formal talks talksIn talksIII talksIn
In nearly all of the speeches there was wassome wasome wa wadonne s
some witticisms with a political a1 tinge tingeList ttfttLLIst tingeList
List of the Guests GuestsThe GucSt5The GncataThe
The guests included includedof laelueledtIItt
tIItt eio ptIDOr of Pew SMttgr rmeSenator me meClay Clay CUoAlb rtaIBoo
Boo lIebcn 8 > 9 es Da WC
C CJartes ria a aj RaM Seutor SeutorKr
Kr j A1baA lJba Alb A JDhawa SnMtor Tutor TutorCsL T TMr Tutee Tuteefit
Mr B lJar Mtor Camaueire c cJIr
JIr ire t Bthfud I fltgiy ft er er1Ir etfir
fir ch M1tebe1l u Ha n or Moore Moore1Jrltat 8Ott 8OttiOL
1Jrltat es BB 1sriy as asiee waiy
iee treeidEa as Joel JeepG
1M c G ltesaetf iOL iOLJoel l P Pwaiy
CsL 1 D 1 M t KaatdeH aocu OL e Jotuasa Jogs pre preSreas ifgli
sa Sreas u AIclrtd1 IL ILJtgunIe
tlemor JtgunIe x F
SeuMer SeuMer9e 011 LrtluIr LrtluIrge9I
ge9I 9e JIaI ao J DMte Daeaot BwSSKid BwSSKidJotepk
eaot > trp trpnhi tt liesJ Jotepk k kBola J ° em O 9 BMfe BMfeBoa
nhi lies eIem wihele wiheleamer amer
= h > RS Bola W wm ar arReMt
ReMt 0u1er Hon Jab Jabstaentor
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Purls May li ItTl1at That rare incident incident incidentseCiOot a aMrloes aMlious
Mrloes Preach duel occurred ccurr today todaywhen todaywhen
when a youthful lefthanded swordsman swordsmanby atdordsntae n
by the th e name of Ravaaez Rln aez pinked his hl his op opponent oppOnent o p ¬
ponent named Vlllette dangerously In the thelung thelung th e
lung lungThey
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They quarreled some SOn1 time ago but Vil Villette VtlleU VI VIlotto
lotto leU who ia I one of the most experienced experiencedswordsmen etptrl nced nced8Wor d
swordsmen 8Wor IImeq in Paris and who has fought foughtfifteen foughtftfteeu t
fifteen duels d refused to fight until Rava Ravanez Ravane
ne attained his majority This hap happened hapIIMd ha haI p ¬
I pened a few days age and tire duel MBS MBSrraa wa vas vasarranged s
arranged arrangedThe rraa ed edThe
The novice who was the favorite pupil pupilof pupilof pup pupof i 1
of the famous Sabrpur sbr mr Kvlkhoffar even proved provedto d dto il
to be markedly separtor to his Ia opponent opponentHis oppottenttHilt h
His blade pierced Vlllettes lung several severalinches severalInches severs seversInches p
inches The latter lat was taken to a hos hospital hllapltal ho hoptitsl ¬
pital vomiting Wood File recovery reoovryf reoovryfdoultttul recoverydoubtful is isdoubtful I3
doubtful The fcombsfeints ana highly highlyconnected bighl bighlconnected Y
connected connectedDowacccr connectedDownJer connectedBowngcr
Dowacccr Empress Receives ReceivesPekin ReechesPpkln ReceivesPekin
Pekin May y 14 The nu members of C the thadiplomatic UtGd1
diplomatic d1 lomati corps were W81 received in audi audience tl1dftnee I ¬
ence today todaYbf by T y the 8 Dowager Empress EM at atthe atthe
the summer palace palacenlthllo palaceBnlilmoEe
BnlilmoEe nlthllo e ana Return 91 1 1nn1Uinore 5 5Every
nn1Uinore > Ohio U n nEv8l1 Ile IleIvory
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains trainsbotli UIllu5both
both ways both day dan except Row LIm LImited Limited Li Liited
ited City offices 1H7 G st st t and 61S Pa Paavo P a
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GUVt G OVERNORS NU T TAKE TAKETANffLEACTION KE KET
T TANffLEACTION TANffLEACTIONheoretical N GlBtE GTIUN GTIUNTlle
Tlle T Theoretical retical Stage Passed by byPresidents byPresidents byPr
Presidents Pr Conference ConferenceGO ConferenceGOV
GO GOV tf FOLKS 01115Alinonnoes tJ tJt t STATEMENT STATEMENTAiinounces STATEMENTAtlllonnGeS
Aiinounces Ho Will ViUName Earne ame State StateCommission StateComnliss StateCommission
Commission Comnliss on on Forestry ForestryDeclaration ForestryDeclaration Forestryeclaration
D Declaration of Mlnaotirijj If 3onrl Executive ExecutiveGreeted SxecuthGr lizccutlyeGreeted
Gr Greeted et d with Cheering and Nearly KcnrlyEvery NearlyEvery earl earlEvery
Every Delcffute Announces Ho Will WillTake WillTake WillTake
Take the Same Step StepScQond Second DaySession Day DaySession DaySession
Session of Conference Replete wIth wituMan wIthJIanImportant withManyImportant
JIanImportant Man > Importnnt Features FeaturesWhile PonturcsWhU FeaturesWfdle
WhU While a great deal of the impressive impressiveelaborateness Impressivea1aborat impressiveelabarattineee
elaborateness a1aborat n186 whloh whI hJMrked marked the openingeeting opening openingmeatlaff openingmeatJng
meatlaff m eeting of tiio govornors governors conference was waseliminated Wasoltminalad wasollminated
eliminated yesterday the session ton was wasnevertheless wasnevertheless gasnevertheless
nevertheless highly interesting and the theconservation theoonservat1on theaonservatton
conservation of natural resources took a atangible atangible atangible
tangible form and seems now to be past pastthe putthe pastthe
the the theoretical stage stageThe stageThe stageThe
The first tangible thing toward prac practical pr prtlc prartltxtt ¬
tlc l action came cam late in the afternoonwhen afternoon afternoonwhan afternoonwhen
when Gov Folk of o Missouri In the de delivery de deJIvorr tievery ¬
livery li very of an address replete with interest interestlug interestmatter
lug 11 ± g matter announced that in an effort effortto effortto effortto
to conform with thejdeas the Ideas of the confer conference confernJe conferebae ¬
he had determined detBm determined
ence nJe ned immediately oa oahis OIlhlsraturn onhis
his hlsraturn return home to appoint a forestryommission forestry forestrycommission tOrlstrycomm
commission comm c which would have for its aimthe aim aimthe aimthe1JreServaUon
the the1JreServaUon preservation of the forests in the theCommonwealth theCemPlcmwtalth theCommonwealth
Commonwealth of Missouri MissouriTho KlaouriThe MissouriTho
Tho announcement announ ement was greeted with withthe wIthth withkite
the th wildest cheering cllee and nearly nearl every everygovernor ever evergoQrftor everovernor
governor g who b followed follow Mr Folk an announced annneed anneanced ¬
nounced his intention of acting actJn In a asimilar ailmllBr ashmliar
similar manner mannerJust mannerJUlit
Just after Gov Folk had left the ros rostrum rostrum roerim ¬
trum t rim Hon Chase S Osborne of Sault SaultSte Sau Saultt t tSte
Ste S t Marie was given the floor and ar arnouncod arRCMIDCed atttouuced
nouncod that the bill making the Inlanl InlanlWaterways Inlan1terways Inla i iltrpterwsys
Waterways terways Commission a body bOlllyappointfl bOlllyappointflabout appointed appointedabout appointedbout
about a a year ago by President Roosevelt Roosereitand RooseveltaJId Rooseveltnd
and a nd since preserved pr without authority of ofktw ofIw
ktw air a permanent organization and ap appropriating appropriating appropriating ¬
propriating foods for its maintenanuhad maintenance maintenancehad malntenanctJMid >
had Just been reported re ortA rtul favorably in the tioSenate t theSenate e eSepte
Senate Septenrowned
Downed T by y Cheers ChoersHe CboerJit CheersIdes
He hailed tbt uit this as a direct result of the thework theWork thettorh
work of the gathering and at this June junctarjs JunetIIre unc
tarjs tnr his voice was drowned by cheers and andapplause andappJaua and
applause from every part of the room roomMr roonMr roomOft
Mr Osfcorne otne said the committee accorl accorlIng aOr aOrtag aruriso
tag to toth8 the bill would be composed of o nine ninemembers nin ninHe ninemembers
members He became enthusiastic in his hismnarks hi hirtarka
mnarks remarks and after eulogizing Gov Folk Foikfor Folkfor Foktor
for his determination to appoint a fores forestry fOfStr forestry ¬
try commission comml loo he said saidWhen aa1dWhe
When we go home lets all determine determineto
to do something sometht > g toward this wonderful wonderfulundertaking woooerfundertaking wonderfulundertaking
undertaking undertakingThe undertakingThe undertakingThe
The closing cl ing of his remarks was followed followedwith tolloedwIth
with applauseTh applause applauseThe applauseThe
The Th e second days session was as called to toorder toorder toolder >
order at 1111 oclock yesterday morning morningby morningby morningby
by President P ldent Roosevelt B who was warmy warmygreeted warmygreete
greeted greeted l when he entered th the East Room Roomfrom Rocmfrom Rohmfrom
from the main corridor of the White WhiteHouse WhiteIOUS6 WhiteHouse
House House After rapping for r order the Presi President President President ¬
dent in accordance with his announce announcement announcenttmt announcement ¬
ment of the first day called Gov John JohnA JohnA JohnA
A A Johnson of Mtnneeota to the chair chairPrior cbairPrior chairPrior
Prior to the entrance of the President Presidentthe Preg Presidentthe dent dentthe
the scene was a lively one and there was wnsa wasa as asa
a general hunt of conversation Despitethe Despite Despitethe Despedin
the heat of the room which was intersevery inters intensevery
every 8 seat S was occupied and ad the doors doorswere drorswere drswere
were thronged with listeners and spt speitors spec spectators spttators ¬
tators itorsAfter tatorsAfter tatorsACter
After summoning Gov Johnson to the thechair thechair thechair
chair the President called on James > 5 JHill J JHill JRtU
Hill railroad magnate and one of the thefour thftour thefour >
four especial guests of the conference conferenceto confere1to
to speak sp k Mr Hill chose for his h then thenThe thmThe thcmc thcmcThe
The natural wealth of the l e land and an its itsconservation 1 itseonservatlon s sconservation
conservation He spoke in part as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows
Mr Hills Address AddressIn AdlrCJiIn addre m mIn
In some respects t3 the occasion that thntealls thatCl thatoahis
ealls Cl Is together this assemblage is tmprf tmprfCBdonUd unprdented unpreebdented >
dented The dignity and public influence influenceof Inftuenc Inftuencof
of those present pre nt as guests gues and advisers advisersmark advisermark advisersmark
mark its importance It is to effect a di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors meeting of the great political an ant anleconomic anteconomic I Ieconomic
economic corporation known k cwn as the Unit Unfted Un United t ted
ed States of ofAmarieA America The stockholders stockholdersare
are the 87WW iiroJ people of this country countrythe countrrthe countrythe
the directors are the State and Ffid F nil nilofficers ra rapofficers t totJkers
officers whose position brings them In Intouch Intoueh Intouch
touch with the operation of the tb whole wholecountry whieccnmtry whosecountry
country We should not fail to recognize recognizethe re ngnli ngn za >
the the high hl note that ha hUt been bN a struck at ruck and andthe andtbe andthe
the Immensity of the interests involvj involvjnpon Inoh Involvdupon j jpon
upon pon the lives of millions yet to t be beTwo beTwo beTwo
Two years ago in an address delivered deliveredbefore deliverdbec deltveredbef
bef before bec rs the meeting mepttn tin of the Minnesota MinnesotaState MinnesotaStata MinnesotaStare
State Agricultural loclety society i ty at St Paul PaulI
I reviewed l Vl8Wed the practical itr acdcal consequenceoant consequenceoantthe consequence and andthe n nJ nJthestatil
the the thestatil statistical tJcaI proof of that national nationaltvastofulnoss nAti nstinalwastefulness nal nal5totulnus
wastefulness 5totulnus which competent scientific scientificauthority scientlMauthQrtty
authority had already set down as du duttngulshing dlt4 dlt4t1nguishlng dirttngu4shin
ttngulshing the American people From Fromdata Fmildaf1 Fromdata
data of the highest hl heBt certainty t rtainty no one of ofWhich ofWhfcJI o °
Which has ever ver been a n called c Ue4 in question questionI quest jot
I than forecast some Of f the conditions conditionscertain conditionscrtafnto
certain crtafnto certain to arise arls within the next half cen century centUry century ¬
tury when the population of this coun country Ct11JOtry ikuntry ¬
try will have e grown to more than m mWifiOa nlroG 3ttd0tk0
WifiOa roG td0tk0 JOO Tho facts were pointed out o t not in intba Intbe
the spirit of the alarmist but in order orderthat Tdpr Tdprthat
that attention R might be directed to t the thamy th thway theway
way by b which th the nation may escape esoapefuture escapefuture sapefuture
future disaster So rapidly do events eventsmovo Wenhm
move m votnDur In our time so swiftly do ideas ideasspread Ideasspread
spread and a1dgr ffita5p gr 9p p the public mind thatsotse that thatsome thatSOllie
some policy poli directed to the ends then setfor set setforth settortJ
forth for has already a1rd become 1 ecome me a national car carfor eery aT aTorlhe
for orlhe the he Sfs l time t1metbere there is 181 ji formal na national natioDitl ¬ F FBanat
tional protest protl u tinder seal of the highest highestauthority h1ghestnuthorlLv
authority against economic waste wasteThe wutThe
The method by which this end Is s ta tabe t tbe tobe
be reached rcac ed is scarcely scr ly less l interesting interestingor interestingorsigttltitsnt
or orsigttltitsnt significant This Th body has no legal legalstatus legallitalus
status litalus and its concisions OOftcI aions lons will not he hebinding t tl < < 4 4btn4ng
binding affect ect upon the nation the State Stateore Stilt Stiltori Stateortlte
ore ori ortlte e individual Yet they will carry a aweight a1e1g aiMght
weight 1e1g t greater than legislatures can im impart impl1rt ltnpart ¬
part a h force t rce that that even even yen tiourls could not notstreagtfeoiu ntslrengtlioo notstrengthoii
streagtfeoiu because b they win n not be sub subject tubj1cttotepoaJ ¬
ject j1cttotepoaJ to thropoal repeal Thywmjesre They wDht wixl reiprent ent a truly trulyitatiojiml trulyUiUont1
itatiojiml opinion expressed epr with fidelity to toour toour
our national coastituttonat constitutional form onn ThepoopleHJf The Ileapooplewaf i ipoopleOt
poopleHJf the thoUnttadStat United State are are repre pr r rod rt rtad J
od here through the several paver ventI Settee t S 51 l lnthlUed hy hyContinued y yContinued
Continued nthlUed on Pogp 1 + PSV Z Column Ooln nn 1 1Twoycnrold 1Twocnrold
Twoycnrold Rose Boahcsi ushell Best neatr1ety feat Vo Voety Variet
riet r1ety ety Special 35c Siackistone SlacklswnelUb 14th ctt H B

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