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OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF THE WASHINGTON W AS H INGTO N HER HERALD HERALDo7 A LD LARGEST LARGESTMORNINGS CIRCULATION CIRCULATIQN MORNING Q QWASHINGTON DI S SCIRCULATION
NO 587 o7 I WASHINGTON D DO TL C SATURDAY MAY 16 1908 1908TWELVE TWELVE PAGES I TWO CENTS
A AGREE RE ON N TRACKS TRACKSTO TRACKSI
I TO U1ONSTATION U1ONSTATIONConferees ION 5TATWN 5TATWNConfaee
Conferees Compromise With Without Without Without ¬
out Sims Assistance AssistanceWILL 4ssistance7ILL AssistanceWILL
WILL 7ILL JRE8T fflGll IN HOUSE HOUSEApostle 110 hOUSEApostle USE USEI USEApostle
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Thinks 11 rkn Jnks Companies Are Too Favor Favorably Favornbl PavornbIy
ably nbl Treated but His flt Stand Is I Not AotExpected NotBxpected Not1xpcotcd
Expected to Avail all at This Late Day Dayin Dayin Dayin
in the he Session 3eulon31utunl Mutual Concessions ConcessionsBasis COl1cculonDnsllJ CoiioestonBasLi
Basis of the Compromise After AfterMany AtterMnnT Aftera
a Many Months of Deadlock
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years if report re U 1 itjeeted tM i taqNMrr hVs4T1fl tenta tentain tn4iIIin
in two aMMtta aid 14 POTMMB tacto tiu to a atian tan tanthan leathI
than thI a jetr eir tf report poct is Kttpt KttptWith 1CICIIUd 1CICIIUdWith seosptidWith
X With Thatus Thtu W Sims Slm Representative Repreeeatatlverom fteprsntLtiVefrom
from Tennessee Tenn and apostle of universal universaltransfer uahTerKItra uWveritraifer
transfer tra Cer for Washington whether er Wash Washington Wuk1gton Wuiifgton ¬
ington wants want them or not not dissenting d1senUn tl the theconferee theoonferees
I conferee on the Union Station trackage trackagei tritckagebill
i bill yesterday afternoon signed an agree agreement asreement agreeinent ¬
ment baaed 00 oi mutual concessions onCMliou oncoiia and andthe anctthe andthe
the long lon deadlock dead ck which threatened to toOttUast tooutlut toontlast
OttUast the first session of the Sixtieth SixtiethCongress SIxtiethCongres SJXtIIthQongresa
Congress was broken brokenUnless hrok brokenIJnIes n nUnJeas
Unless Mr Sims Sm the only Democrat Democratv rat ratwho
v who has been able to do much with the theOU3e
House OU3e at tote cession shocjd ODIcI saoceed M in f
deeti defeating the report port of r Me s t tOft tow t ea4aeeiu ea4aeeiuon nnjiaiuruee nnjiaiurueei
i on the conference committee co mJtlttH Bcprssenta hpnt
lives smith smithof p Pi UJchiftatt MJehtcaAHCaaIp aerf Campb CampbOf II
Of Kansas a a tmporary 111 u wilt 1rnt be con constructed COnstructed conatructed ¬
structed structed to the Lb
station piasa pla within three threemonths tIanIDlonths threemonths
months and the residents of the District DIatnctand Districtand
and their traveling friend
wilt no longer eesr eesrsave
have save to foot if U W for three long ong Mocks
from the station to the street cars cars or vice viceveraa vlcoveraa
veraa
lromlea romlses a Lively Llvel Fight FightMr
Mr Sims however is determined to
make the
liveliest sort of a fight
agalnat the report which will be b sub ¬
mUted to the House and nd he Is by no u
ntsans convinced that he
will fall
to drag
the Houae with him him as he has done soy ¬
eral era times lately on legislation att
the District DlltricteomeUmea Dlstr1ctewnetim affecting
sometimes
as in n the Ben
nfn ning gambling bill
case cue to the great
benefit of the District
and
to his own
honor but in the
trackage <
e matter thus Lb
far to the great injury of ths th District Di trtct
and its people and in
a measure
to the
inconvenience cf the
country countr
or that
large am part of tie people who find their
way to Washington Waahfn < ton by rafl
The gentleman gentle from
Tennessee Tennea
did
not
sign sIg the
report agreed
upon upo by the con
forces 1 raes and h he was outspoken ou ouispok
in hl his determination to yesterday yesterda
defeat the
report reportit
when It
reached the House
If he
Ca
can
it It He H
bases his hI
opposition oppoai
to the th re re ¬
port upon the claim that the agreement
reached yesterday is
too favorable to the
street railway companies and fl4 he is ready
to sacrifice the
people who are compelled
to use the new station in order to pre A ¬
vent toe generous treatment of the cor j
notations involved At least Jeut this is the
inference drawn from his hi continued
op OJ
position to the trackage measure meaaureUnlvr measureUnlvqrsal j
Unlvortml Unlvr al Transfers s Out OutThe OutThe OutThe
The too favorable YOrabJe treatment of the
railway companies COlllpaa involved in the agree agreement agreement agreeleant ¬
ment is the elimination of the universal
transfers provision Mr Sims insistence Insl Insistenceupon tence
upon which baa held up the trackage bill
for most of the
session which is
a now nowneerlng nownearing no
nearing its end end and a slight extension exten Jon of 01
time for the completion of the extensive extensivechanges
changes > 1 In trackage alTD
arrangements ements which whichare L Lare
are provided for In th the w bill
rne Houae iiouao louse conferees receded from
the theuniversal theunlverMI theaUon
universal transfers provision Provl ton in consider consideration considerrne ¬
ation Uon of the consent of th the Senate con
ferae tereea to retain the provision for super ¬
vision of the street car lines Iino this this super supervision supervision ¬
vision vi being placed In the hands of the
Interstate Commerce Commission CommtIBl n insteador instead lznteadot
or Ol v those of the District Commission CommissiontST Comml581ontS
tST tS as oriln originally lly Proposed in the House
bill The routes laid flown by the t House Hou
for the outlying
extensions were w re re r
tamed in place of the routes agreed Hd upon
by the Senate and an the arrangement arraa ement of
S6 the neLtTcks new tracks to be b ° e laid to and nd on the
1 Union Station plaza nza was made ma according ue rdbtg
to the Senate plan M a an olbet ° t to S the
recession of the Senate conferees con from
the more extended system of ol rolltea for
the eat X extestelons of exiatins lines
Goes oca to Senate First FirstThft Firsthe FirstThe
The he report r pert of the conferees which hlch Is Issigned
signed hy b Senators Gallinger Long and sj
Martin for the Senate and an by Repre Representatives RepresentJtlves ReproaentaUvee ¬
sentatives Smith and Campbell for the theHouae theHouo
Houae will be submitted first to the th Son Senate Seate Sonate ¬
ate and doubtless will be agreed upon in inthat Inthat Inthat
that body with little delay It will then thenbe thenbe thenbe
be laid before UN House when Mr Sims Simswill Sirnawill Sin Sinwill
will do his beet to have it thrown out outMuch outMuch outLuch
Much Luch of the course of the matter in the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House if not the result r 3u1t itself depends dependsupon dependsupon dependsUjOX1
upon the attitude of the Speaker and andvrhHe andwhUe andhiIe
vrhHe hiIe he has given no expression of his hisviews hisViews hI hIviews
views it is DO not nohpmbahle probable that he will ap apContinved apOontlnued apUott1nucd
Continved on Fuse 3 Column ColumnETe ColumnETcry 2 j jErcry
b Ercry ETe banking Safeguard Infcrest
On Q all accounts and the privilege ofj ot
checking against your account ar a ae ad
vantages offered by banking
dept < of
I tThi1t Union Vnfo mist Co 15th and H sts
I WEATHER WEATHERFORECAST WEATHERFORECASTPor FORECA FORECAST FORECASTFor rr rrFor
For the thci District trict of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland 1aryland7Fair Fair and warmer warmertoday warmertoday warmertoday
today tomorrow fair light lightvariable lightvariable lightvariable
variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHIC1Prof TELEGRAPIUOlPro TiLEGRAVilIO1Prof
1Prof W A A Wyckoff yckott Dead DeadlMlllon DeadIMUll Dead1MIIllon
lMlllon IMUll on Dollar Fire at Omaha OmahalTons Omaba1Texas
1 lTons i Texas Republicans R8pubUo ns in Bolt BoltI BoltITMwsVorslon Bolt1ThawVarsion
I ITMwsVorslon Thaws Version of Shooting Given GivenSSpurlous Giv n nSSpurious
8 SSpurlous Spurious Art Dealer Arrested Arrested9MuK Arrested9Methodist
9 9MuK 9Methodist Methodist > dlst Bishops Pass LIe LlaLOOAT LIeJ LieLOCAL
LOCAL J LOCAL1iUOnso QOAT QOATIHOUSl
1 IHOUSl House of Governors Organized OrganlzadI OrganlzidlQonferees OrganizediOOnter
I lQonferees iOOnter Conferees es Agree to Station Tracks Tracks1Cnrrency TrackslCarr8ftcy Tracks1Currency
1Cnrrency Bill Expected tpectad to Pass PassS PassJUnderwrJters PassUndecwrItera
S Underwriters at Shad Bake Outing O Outing3Y tJng tJng3Y
3 3Y Y M C A A Educators at Banquet BanquetSeDlte Banquet4Senate
4 SeDlte Senate Passe Pu District Bills Billsi BIlle6White BillsWbite
i 6White White House Ho Gay for Governors Governors1I GovernorsitBxplorer
38 1I itBxplorer Explorer lorer De Long Relies Found Found1Brennan Pound12Brennan
12 1Brennan Brennan Investigation Lively LivelyFOELKEE LivelyFOELKER LivelyFOLLXER
FOELKEE GETTING WELL WEELAntignmbllnf WELLAntigambling WEILAntigambling
Antigambling Senator Is Eager to toGo toGo toCo
Go to Albany AlbanyPoughkeantie AlbnnrPoughlteePlie Aiban AibanPoughkeepsfo
Poughkeantie N Y May liStai liStaiSenator 15SttiStN1 ILStateSenator
Senator Otto G Foelher B e1ker prevented from
beinG b eing in his seat at Albany Alban by his recent recentoperation r808RlQpo1lttIon rec at atportIon
operation o fur appendicitis is rallying rap rapIdly rapIdly rpdly
Idly I dly and now has reason to expect soon soonto soonto noono
to t o be able to do his part to support the thegovernors the6overnDrs theovernors
governors g overnors effort to suppress racetraek racetraekgamhttag racetraekHeritOtor racetracka2nblthg
gamhttag gamhttagHeretofore g a2nblthgHeretofore
Heretofore Senator Foelkers eagerness eagernessto g8rn g8rnto
to t o do his part in the antigambling light lighthas fighth lighthas
has h had an unfavorable effect M it ittonded Ittonded1o ItfldM
tonded tonded1o t 4o to keep up his temperature temperatureow but butnow bdt
now n n ow w that the fever has disappeared this thissame thlassma thisaine
same C aine motive has become a powerful tao factor tactor taoor ¬
tor t or in hastening s the swuO senaters rs rs recovery recoverySo reGOTeIYSo reeoverySo
So marked hue been the Improvement Improvementof
of the patient in the last twentyfour twentyfourHours twettt7fourhoora twentytourhours
Hours that there tber Is now eve eTery JROIII prospect
of his being able to go to Albany soon soonafter OGItalter soonafter
after the t e formalities formalt ti of seating Senator Senatorelect Senatorelect 3enatorelect
elect Wallace have been compiled with withFORAKER withPORAKER
FORAKEE GETS TWO IN OHIO OHIOSeventeenth OHIOSevcntocnth OKIOSevciitocnth
Seventeenth District Convention ConventionBreaks ConventionDreakll ConventionBreaks
Breaks Solid Taft Delegation DelegationCosiuxSbn DclegatlonCo8ho DelegationCoshodton
CosiuxSbn Co8ho fon Ohio May lBy indorsing indorsingSenator IndorsingSenator IndorsingSenator
Senator J B Foraker for the RepubH RepubHcwi RepubJlcaa Repubftean
cwi Presidential nomination and naming namingtwo nal namingtwo g gtwo
two Foraker F raker delegates to the national nationalconvention nationalconvention aI aIoonventlou
convention the Republicans RepubU of the Seven Seventeenth Seventeenth Seventeenth ¬
teenth Ohio district trtet her he here today in con convention CORtJon conventlos ¬
vention tJon broke the Tuft delegation from fromOhio frenaOhIo fromOh
Ohio OhioTne Oh
OhIoThe
The convention was made up of thirty thlrtyftve tbfrtyAve thirtyve
Ave ve delegate the district being strongly rtvougiyDemocratic troqIyDe
Democratic De Of thesa deJerat delegates twenty twentytwo twentytwo j jtwv
two voted for the Forafcfr 11 resolutions resolutionsand resolutioniand lUOU lUOUI
I and for C B B McCoy of Cosbocton Cosboctonrampant Co a at arapst
rampant t Foraker tPoraJt I leader and d Dr H HBertaeieue B BJJertMlette HBortheistte
Bertaeieue of Wayne County Cenut fer aatIoDaJ nationaideisgatas nation national ¬
aideisgatas aideisgatasTBAW1S al delegates de
tHAWJ8 OIH DWlfSTORY ST08Y SP6RYIS c ISJDLD ISJDLDMatteawan ISTOLDj ISTOLDMatteavan TOLD TOLDMatteawan
j
Matteawan Dootor Eaoites What Whati WhatPrisoner WlmtPthoner
i
Prisoner Has Said to Him HimSOVQlal EtimSeveral i iSorornl
Several IVitncRses Jtnerses Desolate De lare They iIu
Whites VII1t Js Sl Slovr SlnQr 15 IsXow
iow ovr Sane
I
Poughkeepsie N Y May JSHarry 1 Harry K
Thaws own story tory of the impulse that led
him to murder Stanford White and his
description of the sensations that crowdd crowddon crowddon
on him the minute that he looked down
the barrel of his h J revolver at the body bod bodof
of the architect were put before be1OI a court courtof courtof
of law for the first time today
Dr Amos T Baker assistant superin ¬
tendent of the Matteawan Matteawan State Esylum
j for the Criminal Insane called by b the
State to testify in
toe
habeas
corpus pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings brought by Thaw before Justice
j Morschauser in the the Supreme Court of
Dutchess County read this story this thismorning thismorning
morning < from a diary wherein whereinkept be had
kept records of weeks of conversation conversationwith conversationwith
with the man now seeking release from
the asylum asylumI
OO I felt like a man who had suddenly
found ouDd himself standing on the brink of ofa ofa ofa
a high predplce was the way Thaw Thawcharacterised Tbawcbaracterlzed Thawcharacterised
characterised the murder impulse that
came to him on the roof of Madison
Square Garden GardenIf GardenIt Gardenif
If I had ever been Insane in my Hfe Hfesaid 11fesaid
said Thaw in one of his confidential confidentialchats conMeDUalchats L Lchats
chats with Dr Baker It U was one minute
before the shooting oottng and it ended half a aminute aminute a aminute
minute afterward As I went out on the theroof theroot theroof
roof garden that fatal ta lI night there was wasmy wasmy weemy
my wife and nd there in the same building
was the room where Stanford Sta ford White W lte in ¬
jured her And there on the stage wa waa waa wu wua
a girl whom he was after and who was
likely to fall into his hands too tooDr
Dr Baker said that after Thaws Thaw re recountal reo reoeountal recounts
counts of the shooting ahootJ b he asked ked Thaw Thawwhat Thawwhat Thawwhat
what cause he had for shootingr White WhiteI
001 1 cannot account for my rash act aet
Thaw replied and I have been advised otIeed
y my counsel not to attempt to ex exit explain explainit explainit
it it
itThaw
Thaw also al o said to Dr Baker Insanity Insanitywas Inssnlbrwas MDIW MDIWwas
was the only possible pies on which I Icould Icould Icould
could have been released I think my
lawyers and doctors wer were very clever cleverThw
Thaw said he was pleased by his wifes wifesannulment wlfesannulment wifesannulment
annulment suit
Other nner witnesses were JJr r Chari unarieg Mac MacDonald MacDonald MacDonald
Donald who testified for Jerome Jero and de declared de deellU8d dcdared ¬
dared he considers Thaw a paranoic paranoicwhom paranoicwhom parano1cwhom
whom it would be dangerous to release releaseDr releueDr releaseDr
Dr Valdemir SlUes testimony te was un unimportant unJmportant Unimportant ¬
important and audhe he was followed by George GeorgeW
W Jacoby who said Thaw told him he hebelieved hebeUevod hebellevod
believed White drugged lila Js wife He Hethinks Hethinks Hethinks
thinks the prisoner sane and his deten detention detention deteation ¬
tion unlawful unlawfulDr j
Dr G H Hammond also believes Thaw Thawnow Thawnow
now sane saneThaw san sanThaw saneThaw
Thaw himself will probably take the tft
stand tomorrow tomorrowProf J1orrow J1orrowrrit
Prof rrit Wyckoff 00 < Dead DeadPrinceton DealPrnceton DeadPrinceton
Princeton Max Ma 15 15 ILWalter Walter Augustus AugustusWyckoff Augu AugustusWyckoff tus tusWyckoff
Wyckoff A A M assistant professor prof of ofpolitical ofpoIlUeaI ofpoiitleal
political economy in Princeton Universi University Unlnrait7 ¬
ty died at his home here tonight t nJght peer ProfWyckoff Pro ProWyckoff peerWyckoff
Wyckoff was Was vIs the author of The Work Workers Workers Workera ¬
ers ers pet nd other sociological works worksRt worksRthad H Hhad lie liehad
had been In ill health for some time timeBoutTrclI timeDoutwelllUcmorinl timeDoutweil
BoutTrclI DoutwelllUcmorinl Memorial Dedicated DedicatedGroton DedientedGroton
Groton Mass May 15The long life lifeand liCeand lifeand
and public service of the late Hon HonGeorge HonGeorgn HonGeorge
George Georgn S S Boutwell of this thi town Were vrererecalled Wererecalled wererecalled
recalled this afternoon aftern on when the monu monument lnonumet monumentln ¬
met mentln In his honor was dedicated in the
new D W cemetery cem tlj with appropriate exercises Xel
The monument was the gift of Andrew
Carnegje and others othersSpecial othersSpcdnl othersSperlal
Special Sale of Flowers
Every Saturday at Blacklstones 14th and
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IN ll BIG OMAHA FIRE FIREFiremen FIREFiremen
Firemen Hurt by Falling FallingWail FaliugWall FallingWaIl
Wail in Fighting Flames FlamesTOTAL FlamesTOTAL FlamesTOTAL
TOTAL LOS3 IS 1450000 1450000GohZlnsrjttion 1450000OonJlnratJon 143000CColiflagratlon
GohZlnsrjttion Start in I Smokehouse Smokehouseof
of National ranking Company CompanysPInntIs 00 CompanyPlantIs 111 1m nyts nytsJInntIs I
PInntIs Wall all Under Way Vay a Before BeforeIt DcoreIt BeforeIt
It I Dtaaovcrad > antI Hverythinff HverythinffCombustible ncrthinJCom1JUtible BverythinsConbustIbIc
Combustible Is IaIClJtroctJ Destroyed DestroyedGmeJ DestroyedOms
GmeJ 0 Oms ft 1fttIIIr Isk Haytt MIY 1fn IThPsekln Tna QmtfeR QmtfeRpacking
packing Psekln Companys > bLPack1 paeW s plant pIaatrMcc plant3otb it itsouth
south Omaha JMK rMcc tQUMy E2bi Ptryad Br BrOn
On tt tonight ioiqbt shortly abe after alt f oclock eltH ct the thetoes theloss p
toes being approximated ecl at 1 1Tbe l2SOtttQi l2SOtttQiThe
The Cudahy Packing Paek Computy suffered suffereda aufCre aufCrea r 4 4J I
a a loss of probably I 3BMO at the same sametjhn snm snmThe me mevme
vme tjhn tjhnThe
The fire originated orIcI in the smokehouse smokehouseof
of the plant and was well under way waywhen wayWbeR wa waben r
when ben first Ar t noticed For two hdurs the theflames eame8 tb
flames raged lit the big building bufldtn and when whenat whenat whirat t
at S oclock it was pronounced under con centro conIrol
tro Irol there was nothing notJ ag else to be hi j
Assistance in fighting the fire was ask asked asked ¬
ed of the Omaha are department and andhalf andhalf anihalf I
half a dosen companies were sent down downThey dewJIThey
They helped to prevent the spread of the theflames thekm thi a
flames flamesXational km kmXatloRal
National Packing Company Owner OwnerThe OwnerThe
The plant was owned by la the National NationalPacking NationalPackinC Nation 1
Packing Company which a alee owns l18 the theHammond t thHammond e eHammond C
Hammond plant at South Omaha OmahaSix OmahaSix tL tLSix
Six firemen were buried under a a awall falling faUtUCwaU j jwail
wail late tonight tonightAll tontchtAll tonightAU
All were w dug out by their camrades camradesThey CIImraduTbey cemradaThey
They were alive b but t badly InjuredBaeh injured injuredBach
Bach has a fighting Achtl chance of recovery recoveryFive rocoyeryFh rocover rocoverFive P
Five Fh c Firemen Hurt HurtNew HurtNew HurtNew
New York May ayiA Ifc ILA A stiff fire marked markedbr markedby markedbY
by bursting hose and mild explosions explosionsstarted 4XplotIom5atuted explosionsstarted
started this tb afternoon in the fourstory fourstorybrick tour fourstorybrick story storybrick
brick building at 7 Plait street street occupied occupiedby occuplodby occupiedby
by Reed Holliday Sons dealers in indrug Indnlll Indru
drug dru stuffs and chemicals Five firemen firemenreeeied firemenrecelled firemanreceiied
reeeied cuts from falling glass gas9 The Thelees Thelee Thelees
lees to Reed Hoiliday Sons was cst estimated cstI ostimated ¬
mated at about t MGOG MGOGMR lGOON1 0400 0400MB
I
MB N1 CLEVELAND IMPROVING IMPROVINGWaiting nr IMPROVINGfor ROVING ROVINGVnitlag
Waiting for Settled Settle Weather Before
to toLakewood innecton innectonLakewood rr1nee on onLakewood
Lakewood N J May 15Mrs Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land in a statement t ment tonight saidMr saidMr said saithMr
Mr Cleveland Js improving very nicely nicalyand nicelyazul nicelyand
and Is I much better today than hart he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been for a week He hi resting vey ve com comfortably oomtortably cornfortably ¬
fortably but we will make no plans to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to Princeton Pdncet until the weather weatherbecomes wORth wontherbecomes r rbeeome
becomes more settled settledDr eetUedDr setUedDr
Dr Bryant or Dr Lockwood is con constantly constantly constantI ¬
stantly stantI in n the hotel where the
are but the e presence is more ofj ofja ot otprecautienr7 ofa
a a precautionary nature ntur than anything an thlng else elseas elseas
as they remain r 1B to be on hand in case of ofchange ofcbtinge ofa
a change for the worse In Mr Clevelands Clevelandscondition Clevelandseonc1t1on Clevelandscondition
condition
GEORGIA DOES NOT NO N9T INSTRUCT INSTEITCTMajority INSTRUCTlunJorfty INSTRUCTMajority
Majority of Delegates to Chicago ChicagoSnia OMengoSnid ChicagoSaid
Said to Favor Taft TaftMacon TaftMacon TaftMacon
Macon Ga May JVThe regular Re Republican Re1uDlIcan Repubilcan ¬
publican convention dominated by the theadministration theadntlntraUon theadministration
administration wing of the party in inGeorgia inGeonda InGeorgia
Georgia which met bare iern 8r8 today pass p gstHl gstHlresolutIou psgsatlresolutions a aresolutions
resolutions Introduced bjf In Postmaster Sd Sdwarda Sdwarda l lwards
warda of Macon indorsing Roosevelts Rooseveltspolicies RooEitveUspolicies Roosvoltspolicies
policies but refused to Instruct the dele delegates dolegates ¬ I Igates
gates named for Chicago In addition additiono
10 o indorsing Roosevelt the convention conventionalso conventfona1Iro conventionalso
also commended Senator Foraker for his
brave fight for human j rights I IThe
The delegtesatlarg are Walter WaltarJohnson
Johnson of Atlanta H I L Johnson col colored colored ccl0mW ¬
ored ored Columbus Clark Oder Dublin and
Judson W Lyons colored Augusta AugustaAlthough Augustatlthough AugustaAlthough
Although the delegates go uninstructed uninstructedIt
It I t is said a great majority favor ayor Taft TaftThe TllftThe TaftThe
The convention was harmonious and andfully andtul1y andfully
fully half of the delegates were negroes negroes12IJ ngro negroesl2
12IJ l2 to Baltimore and Return
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad t today day
and tomorrow tomorrowBaltimore tomorrowDnIthnorc tomorrowBaltimore
Baltimore and Ilctnrn flciniiiBaltimore 125 125Baltimore 12iDnUbnore
Baltimore 4 Ohio 011l0n R R REvery REvery It0
Every Saturday tnd nd ndS Siinday SUndu nd All trains
both ways wa s both days dft s except e oPt Royal oYal Lim ¬
ited City offices omc s 1417 G st st and 619 Pa 1 a
ave
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SOME SO E HOUSE AMENITIES AMENITIES3Ir
3Ir Fowler to Mr Durtoahnt Durtoahntou Ilurton What Whatyou
you ou snid the other day dn when hen ytfuJinld you yousaid OU OUIIDld
said that I was opposed to my bill billwas billtl billas
was tl false and you mud have Iiaveknown luncItnonn haveknoin
known It ItSin It3Ir ItMr
Sin Burton In effect c1fectYou You said aaldin aoldIn saidIn
in the presenue of the DnnklngCommittee BankingCommittee Banking UanklnprCommittee
Committee that yon ou were ere not noV nowIn noVIn novin
In favor of your bill You never nevermade ncermnde nevermade
made fin effort to get your our bill be before before before ¬
fore the House HouseMr I1ou2leIr HouseMr
Mr Ir Fowler IlonlerI I will state that that thatalso thntt150 Ihatniso
also Is imtrj imtrjMr tmtrolt iintrieMr 1
Mr Rm DuHonThere ton There arc some aouicmuniherK lomenllnlbcrJII
members of thin House who If they theynlioulil the thenbou1l1 theyalioulil
nlioulil make the iiccusatlon ramie mruleJthe runcleI ramieliy
liy Jthe I the gentleman from New Nc Jersey Jerseywould JttllcTToult1 Jrraeynoultl
would cnu cause c mp extreme aensltlve aensltlvenex IIIcnJIIUlveJuJIt sensitiveness
nex ness but in thiN particular JRrtllulnr cane It Itdoes itdoes
does 10 not in the leant 1 ut dUturb me me3Ir ne neMr
3Ir WcekK Vlel II In la effect ef1eltI I was waspresent wnllprellcnt waspresent
present when Iicn the gentleman from fromXcw fromXc fromNew
New Xc Jfre Jersey made the H ntcment Htntementhleh sintementwhich < ntcmentwhich
which hleh be has hR just denied mnkln mnkln5EISIS making mnklngRISIS makingatisis
5EISIS atisis AT HAND HANDJSAYS SAYS MILES MILESGenoRI MILESGeneral
General Declares De llrcJII Ttinclt inch Depends on onOutoomo onOutOOftlO onOutcome
Outcome of This Campaign OampaltrnMcza Oaml1 Campaignt fn fnI
I t Chicago Mcza May ay uThe SThe next President Presidentcan
can continue orT or Orbhsk + lJrk > feak the prosperity 0f 0ftlM ertM orthe
the nation In the opinion of Lieut LlfttGea LlfttGeaNeI80a Gee GeaNelson
Nelson A A Miles retired who is here for tora fort1ftntyfourhour tota
a a twentyfoorhour stay stayWhile JItqlVbUe stayWhile
While we as a a nation are so prosper prosperon pr prosperon 5P6r 5P6roua
on oua on we are re at this tbJ moment in one ol the themost thomoat themost
most vital epochs of our history we are arein areIn areIn
in that frame of mind when a a calm and andforceful andtOrdul andforcful
forceful tOrdul policy win strengthen us in our ourconfluence ourCOIIftc1ence ourconfidence
confluence and assure for us a period of ofeven ofeven 01even
even greater ter national prosperity and e n ntent n ntent
tent and peace or that lacking dtaeea dtaeeasfoas dl dlwW dissonsions
sfoas will arise and we will be plunged nnged nngednto
Io into I nto chaos We Ve must not frighten away awayoutside awayoutJJl4e ayutside
outside o wealth wealthNever wealthNever wealthNever
Never before in our history SeA Get
Kites JH e8 went on has there been a cam campaign eampaJgn cameign ¬
paign p upon which more depends than on onthe
the present praentWe We need a Judicious admlhtrattoR adminstratlon admin ¬
istration I trattoR and will need it for the next nexttweatytlve nextwentyfive j
twentyfive t years The supply of sense senseami Halleaftd senseand
and ability fllty may give out before bet that that but butthe bute
the e need wont wontCAPT WODtOAPT wontCAPT
CAPT C W BOOTHBY DEAD DEADProminent DEADProminent DEADProminent
Prominent in Reconstruction n COI1t1truotlon Days Dn3In Daysin j jin
in Louisiana Following the WarNew War VnrNew j jNew
New Orleans La slay ay MCapt liCaptW iLCaptCharles i iCharles
Charles W Boothby K Veteran of the theUnion theUnloa theUnion
Union army in the civil war and prom prominent promInetat prommeet ¬
meet hi reconstruction politics died here heretodav horetoda7 heretoday
today
He was seventynine years of age born bornat bornat bornat
at Bion N H graduated from Bowdoin BowdolnCollege BowdoinCoIIe BowdoinCollege
College CoIIe e came to New Orleans 9rleans with Gon GonBen GonDen GonBen
Ben Butler as captain captain in n the Tenth
Maine Regiment assisted in the organi organisation organization organnation ¬
nation of the three white Union regi regiments reglmenta rag ragmints ¬
mints In New Orleans which blch he com commanded commanded corninanded ¬
manded He was mustered out of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army in 1868 and went at once Into poli politics politiC polltics ¬
tics being one of the organizers of the
Louisiana Republican party partyHe partyHe
He was a delegate to the Republican Republicannational Republicannational Republicannational
national convention in 1116 which nom nominated nOmnated fernmated ¬
mated McKinley for President
I CAMPAU MEN WILL BOLT BOLTJohnson BOLTJohnson BOLTJohnson
Johnson Johnson Followers Will Control ControlConvention ControlConention ControlConvention
Convention in Michigan MichiganDetroit MichiganDetroit UcblgnnDefJolt
Detroit May 15As a result of the
Wayne County Democratic primaries to ¬
I day national committeeman D J Cam Campau Campau Campan
pau W V J Bryans Bryan choice for lieutenant
in Michigan will go Into the convention conventionwith comenUonwith conventionwith
with less than fifteen delegates of the 146 14Gelected 146elected 146elected
elected It is believed in political circles circleshere circleshere
here that the overwhelming defeat t means meansrmanent meaMbis meanshis
his permanent rmanent retirement froi from politics
leaders tiers 01 of the the toreee toreENr who who downed downedhim 4lownedhim owne
him today are Judge William F pon ponneliy Con I
neliy and Edwin H Henderson Both Botli are arestrong I Istrong
strong Johnson men men and while It cannot
be positively po ltiyel stated tonight that the thecounty theCOuilty theoouity
county convention tomprrow will 11l in instruct Instruct ¬
struct for Johnson the sentiment is that thatsuch thatueh
such ueh action will bo taken takenWhen hikenWhn takenWIwa
When the Campau men discovered to today today ¬
day that they were decisively dQ beaten beatenthey beatenthey
they hum nastily reorganized their forces and
held rump primaries and the delegates delegateselected delegatoselected delegateselected
elected at these meetings will hold a arump ar arump
rump r mp convention tomorrow and elect a acontesting acontesUftl
contesting delegation to the State con convention convention convantlon ¬
vention ventionCew ventionNcw vantlonNen
Ncw Cew Jersey Does Jot Instruct InstructNew InstructNew InstructNow
New York May 11 11Dlstrlot District delegates delegatesfrom delegatesfrom
from Hudson County to the Republican Republicannational Republicannatlontll Republicannational
national convention were wer elected tonight tonightat
at conventions held In Lincoln Hall Jer Jersey Jerso Jorsoy ¬
soy City From the Ninth Congressional
district dl tr1ct Joseph A Dear and P P Garven Garvenwere Garvenwere Garvenwore
were chosen The Tenth district chose choseJohn choseJohn chooJohn
John A A Blair and George Gonzales The
delegates were not instructed instructedFall InstruotedFall InstructedFall
Fall to Instruct Instruct for Bryan BryanBoston DrauBoston BryanBoston
Boston May 15 15At At the Ninth Congres Congressional CongresJlonal Congresioal ¬
sional ioal district Democratic convention to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night a resolution to instruct the dele delegates ddegates ¬
gates to vote for Bryan for or the Presi Presidential Frosldential rosl rosldentlal ¬
dential nomination was defeated At the th9Tenth theTenth theTenth
Tenth district convention resolutions resolutionswere resolutionswere resolutionswere
were adopted Instructing the delegates delegatesto
to vote for Bryan for the thePresidoptlal thePresidoptlalnomination Presidential Presidentialnomination Presidentialnomination
nomination The Eighth district conven convention ooOontlOJi convention ¬
tion at t Cambridge did not instruct the thedelegates thodeletetJ thedeIegatea
delegates deletetJs
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EXPECT TO PASSA PASS PASSA
A CURRENCY BILL BILLRepublican BILLRepublican BIL T Li
Republican Leaders Working Workingto Workiii Workiiito orldng orldngto 1 r
to that End EndALDEIOH EndALDRIOII
ALDEIOH A BILL 11 11 AS A BASIS BASISWith BASIaVJth BAS To ii °
With Senate Amendments 111 BUml BUmlnntel fun 1m ii i ixiuted
suited bT or Committee It Is Substi Substituted Substituted Snls ti i ¬
tuted for Vrcelanil ree1nnll Bill and andConference nndContc a ad d
Conference Contc rcncc Will 111 Settle Details DetailsTo DetnUTo Detal is i
To Investigate BankIng Problems ProblemsAeeactUng ProblemlleeedUDg ProblemAces1ng N
AeeactUng to the D BeIles HpaW cao leaden at atboth atof atoth
both oth stnte of the t Capitol the Ijthe tb tbhe ja j et Jor Jorthe
the t he enactoneat dJ t 02 ewrrar eurrSThis MegMftip Xt Xtthis attb
this tb t his session to faIn exceedtosty hopeful hopefulIn hiefU hiefUIn
In fact tact most of them regard it a as cer certain eartata cerbs ¬
tain t bs although they are not malting that thatclaim thatGlahn thaiclaim
claim out oud oudThursdays toad toadThursdays loudThursdays
Thursdays action of Ute House In InJAg pass passing passbig ¬
JAg th thli Vreeland d currency bttl started startedthe 8trtMthoblJlr startedthe
the thoblJlr ball roiling roilingA lUalr lUalrA
A further advance TaMe was made yester yesterday yMterdAY yeaterday ¬
day when UK Senate to which WIIcIt the Vree Vreeland VrM VrMland Vrs Vrsand ¬
land l trill was reported from the 8 House Houseudonted H Hopted Houseadotitod
udonted opted the AJdrtch currency rreacy bill as a I
substitute for It It and asked for a eon conference eonf eonfereoce ¬
ference f ce with the tb House The Aldrich Aldrtchbill AIdrtehWU Aldrichhill
bill so Sttbetituted M was W amended amendedsomg a80m a Inwino
wino 80m particulars partieul and contained a a new newfeature DeWtt newfeaturo
feature tt providing for the creation of a acurrency aeuneJ1e7 a acurrency
currency commission commissionThe eommlHtotaT eommiseionThe
The T ascend forward Indorsement n rHmnt was wasmade wumade wasmade
made late yesterday afternoon when the theHouse thelio thiHonii
House lio granted the Senates Se request U8It for fora fora fora
a conference C ftle The he Senate conferees are areSenators areSeaatora areSenators
Senators AMrteh Hale and Allison A1I1sOn Re Republicans Re Republleau Republlcans ¬
publicans and Daniel and Teller Demo Democrats DemoemU Democrate ¬
emU The House conferees are the thethree thethree i ithree
three sealer members of the Republican Republicancommittee Republicancommittee
committee which drafted d the Vreeland Vreelandbill Vr VreeisndbIll arHi arHibill I
bill Messrs Vreeiaad Burton and
Weeks and > Messrs Polo and a d Glass GlassDemocrats GlassDemocrats
Democrats Democrats3Iany DomoeratIUnn DemocratsNany
3Iany IUnn Retain House Feature FeatureWhile FentureWhile FeatureWhile
While there th re is a general gM tA1 understanding understandingaround uderstatwllngaround uderstsn4ingaround
around the e Capitol that the feature of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Vreeiand Yreelnet bill creating cr8IUD clearinghouse dearieshouseassociations cJearI clearinghouseassociations hOUH hOUH8SSOC
8SSOC associations of national l banks Mula with withauthority withauthorlly withauthority
authority to Issue emergency omer ency currency currencywill currencywill currencywill
will be pstafawd 1tt it is assumed that the theSenate theSenate theSonata
Senate conferees in making that conces concession conceeSIOIl coneessian ¬
sion will insist that the broad general generalscope It gaeraIscope leral leralSCOPe
scope of 0 the Vreeland bill bill provision in inregard Inregard inregard
regard to secnrttjes semtll that may ma be b accepted acceptedas accoptedcoltat4ral pted ptedas
as collateral cona ral for the th issue of the emer emergency Iler Ilergehcy niergency ¬
gency circulation shall be curtailed ma mate matareli
te tareli II
It tis is expected that the Senates repre representatives repre8entathCS reprosentathes ¬
sentatives will bold out for K revised revisedprovision TeJIoedprovl1lion revisedprvIiion
provision In substance that securities securitiesaccepted securftlesaccepted securitiesaccepted
accepted by a clearinghouse association associationas
as collateral for emergency mft y circulation circulationshall cl etrculaLtonshalt ulalton ulaltonshall
shall be made m de over to the government governmentof
of the United States although they iay iaybo laybl
bo held by the clearinghouse association associationas
as trustee for the governmentIncludes government GOverntentIncludcs
Includes Railroad Bonds BondsThe DondsThe BondsThe
The securities feature of the Vreeland Vreelandbill Vr hnd hndbUI
bill b ill is construed as taking tJdn in every classof class cissaf l ss ssof
of o f securities even evenraUroad railroad bonds There Therewas Therewas
was so much opposition oppo lUon In the Senate to tothe totho
the t he authorization in the bill of railroad railroadbonds raUnadbonds
bonds b onds as securities that Senator Aldrich Aldrtahwas Aldrichwas Aldrichwas
was compelled to eliminate that feature featureWhan featureWl1on featureWhen
When the revised Aldrich bill came be before be ¬
fore f ore the Senate yesterday for reapprovnl reapprovnlas lfJapprctYal
as a s an amendment to the Vreeland measure mess meuure ¬
ure a few Democrats voted ote for It It and andsome andfiome andome
some s ome Republicans voted against iL That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was what happened ha1P8 ed when the Aldrich bill billwas billwas billwas
was passed originally Daniel of Virginia VirginiaJohnston VlrtataJohnston VirginiaJohnston
Johnston of Alabama Owen of Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Okiahoma ¬
homa and Teller of Colorado werfe eh the theDemocrats tileDdmocrats theDumocrats
Democrats who were so recorded yester yesterday y yestrdty r rdoy ¬
day Borah and Heyburn of IdahoBourne 1 1Bourne Idaho IdhoBourne
Bourne of Oregon and Brown of Ne Nebraska Ne Ne1rnska Nobraska ¬
braska wore the Republicans who voted votedagainst votedagainst votedagainst
against reapprevlng the Aldrich billMr bill bUtMr billMr
Mr Gore ot Oklahoma was the only
Senator to express a preference for the theVreeland theVreeland theYreeland
Vreeland bill although he said he die dieHkod dllS1i1 diehiked
hiked 1i1 d both measures Senators Bailey Bailey1onoy
Money and Bacon Mid they much pre preferred pre preferred protarred ¬
ferred the Aldrich bill to the Vreeland Vreelandmeasure Vreelandmeasure Vreelandmeasure
measure but would not vote ote for either eitherSenator eitherSenator eitherSonator
Senator Aldrich explained that the ac action action action ¬
tion of o the Finance Committee In iJ report reporting reportIng reportIng ¬
ing the Aldrich bill was unanimous and andContinued andContinued L LContinued
Continued on Page 4 Column Columnll2 2 2ll25 2l
ll2 ll25 l to Baltimore and IlcinrnSaturdays n Return tnrn tnrnS
Saturdays S and Sundays via Penna R RR R
Good Goo returning until Sunday Sunda > night AH i 1
iralna raIna except the Congressional Limited I
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DAYTON OUTRANKS SPERRY SPEBEYFleet SPERRYFleet SPERRYFleet
Fleet Programme Upset When Ad Admiral lidn1lrnl ¬
mimi Thomas TJionia Leaves Command CommandSan CommandSan CommandSan
San Francisco May ty 15 1 1GRear Rear Admiral AdmiralSperry AdmiralSPtrry AdmiralSperry
Sperry this morning took command of ofthe atu ofthe
the battleship fleet fleet but Ire > w w0s s forced forcedto forcedto forcedto
to hoist t a red flag with white St stars biars rs In It ItInstead ItrnatMd Ittnstssd
Instead of a bite tug 118 because Admiral AdmiralDayton AdmiralDuton AdmiralDayton
Dayton outranks him himAdmltal blm1111ra1 himAdmiral
Admiral Dayton was expected to take takehkr takeJdIJ
his Pacific Pacl fleet today to Southern SouthernTvatora South Southernwajors rn rnWttters
Tvatora but orders were received late last lastnight lasti lastinl lastnight
night nl kt countermanding this move The Thepresence J1heI J1hepres Theprosenee I
presence pres ce of Admiral Dayton which was waswholly waswholly waswholly
wholly unexpected unexp oted upset all programme programmearTosemcnts programmearrusemonbl programmearrlgementt
arTosemcnts as ho Is the ranking rankingofficer rankIngomcer
omcer Ha H ran up his blue flag on the theWest theWeat thewilt
West Virginia VirginiaThe Vlrtnlane Virginia11l1i
The fleet t exercises today consisted of ofobservationcar ofolalerYt1oncar ofobservationcar
observationcar rides for 1000 sailors a acbanptottsitip aplouldp
cbanptottsitip plouldp baseball game between the theArmy theAn theArmy
Army An 7 and ad Navy a dinner by the Loyal LoyalLegion LoyalLecton LoyalLegjon
Legion to the Veterans ef the Spanish SpaniehAmertean SpanlhIaua SpanishAmerican
American Iaua war and boxing boxlll championship championshipmatches championshipJMtMes championshipmtes
matches In the evening eveningINSANITY evenmgINSANITY
INSANITY GEBSTJoiIND GEBSTJoiINDTonne GERM FOUND FOUNDYoung POUMIYoung
Young Alienist Says He Has Cured CaredPatients CuredPntlcntn CuredPatients
Patients in Asylum AnylnmCincinnati AIIlumClnelnnatl AsylumCincinnati
Cincinnati May 18Dr J D OBrienthe OBrienthe OBrien OBrlgnthe
the youngest t alienist attending tho na national natiel n ntloUat ¬
tional convention CO T8fttlon of the American Mad MedfeoPsyebologieal MadPsyeboJogiGld MadleoPsychologIcal
feoPsyebologieal PsyeboJogiGld Association A here reed reedpaper r8 r8paper roada
a paper today in which he said he has hasdiscovered hasdl hatdiscovered
discovered dl ov fed the germ of insanity insanityDr InsnltyDr insanityDr
Dr OBrien Is of the staff of the State StateHosttttal StateIINltltal I
Hosttttal at MasslHon Ohio OhioThe OhioTha
The doctor octor says 3 that through tb ugh his work workmany worklDIL C
many patients were able to leave the In Institution Insd ¬
stitution sd lttoa cured and are now engaged in inclerical InoIuleal ii I
clerical work workSTRIKE workNEAR workNBAR
NEAR STRIKE ON CITY LINES LINESMayor LINESMnor LINESZllayor
Mayor Johnsons Municipal Railway RailwayAffnin RanwayJnln r I
Again Jnln in Danger Dan gar of Suspension SnxpcnslonCleveland SU lenslon lenslonCJne1lU1d
Cleveland May J y 1iPallure Failure of the Mu Municipal MuaIclpal ¬
Mutl
nicipal Traction Company to qualify an anarbitrator anarbitrator ai aiarbitrator tl
arbitrator in an effort to sett soUl lUe the dif differences dlCfereDCM ¬
ferences between the company and It ItLM J a
LM i conductors COD and motormen threatens threatensthe tbreatensthe S I
the calling of a strike strikeThe strikeIh rlke rlkeTIle
The Ih men are voting tonight the bal balloting ballotlDc ¬
loting to continue through the night nightand nlgltlct t
j
and ct prediction Is made that the they will quit quitSaturday quttSatanlay qul qulSaturday It
Saturday morning at i oclock o oclockALL k kALL
I
I ALL SMASHED BUT ENGINE ENGINEWright ENGINEVrJgbt ENGINEWright I
Wright Brothers Brot hers Machine Plying PlyingClone FITfngClose Flyin F FClose
Close to Ground When VII en Broken BrokenManure Drokcnx
Manure x nteo N C May JfiWhen JS When wrecked wreckedyesterday wrecked1e1terdQ wrecks d
yesterday the Jlyiag 71ng machine of Wright WrightBrothers W Wrigi ht htBIOtJaers t
Brothers had been launched for an en endurance enaee or ordutince 1 ¬ I
durance aee flight test of one hour and twenty twentyminutes twentymtnuttw tweni y yminutes I
minutes minutesIt mtnuttwIt I
It is a test something like that which whldtthe wide it j
the government requires shall be sustain sustained I ¬ I
ed 4 by the machines which have been con CORdltionaUI I I
dttfcmally purchased purdusedfr from m the Wrights rights rightsfer coiLa La
for 0 the purpose of war warThe warThe warThe j
The machine went to the ground with witha witha wil h ha
a crash CTIUIb from an elevation ef ftf fifteea teen faet teet8ftr7 fee
Almost every part ef the machine w was Is
broken except th the engine gillS I
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PRAISE PRAI ROOSEVELT ROOSEVLPkND ANn TAFT TAFTTexas TAFiTexas In
Texas Resolutions Laudatory but ImtI butDelegation butDelegation
I Delegation Is Not Instructed
Dolt of AntiTaft Men Icn Follows FollowsGlmrRe FoUowsabn FollowsCharge
abn Charge ge that Chairman lyon lyonIs L LyonTa on onIs
Is Tyrannical
Dallas Tex May lfcSti Chairman ChairmanCecil ClMitrmanCedI Chairmancecil
Cecil A Lieu had full control of affairs afdrshi aftatrsIn affairsID
hi the Stale convention OORYe ttoa of the Regular RegularRepublican R RogsarRepublicaus gvhlr gvhlrRepabUeaaa
Republican at Fort Worth today < His Hisslate HJ8lI Hiselite
slate lI te for delegates to the national con convention conftnUOD eonventlon ¬
vention at Chicago went through t nagh with without without without ¬
out the changing of a name The tel following rIlowing tellowing ¬
lowing are te the delegatesatlarge delegatesatlargeDelegates delQatta delegatesatlargeDelegatesCecil e eDelegat
Delegates Delegat DelegatesCecil Cecil A Lyon of Sherman ShermanCharles ShennnCharles ShermanCharles
Charles W Ogden O ea of San Antonio C A AGray AGray AGray
Gray of Bonham and Harris Mastersen Mastersenof MaatenHHIof
of Houston HoustonThe HoustonThe HoustonThe
The convention of 869 delegates was al almost 1moat simost ¬
most a Lay White affair a < Jr there being beingonly bel beingonly g gonly
only fifteen negroes accredited to the con convention eonVfflUOn convenhion ¬
vention The black race got t no recogni recognition roeognlUon recogniLion ¬
Lion on the delegations delegationsThe deJepUonsTtle delegationsThe
The resolutions are laudatory J ory of Presi President Premdent Prestdent ¬
dent Roosevelt and W Hi fl H Taft Taft but the thedelegation thedelecattoa thedelegation
delegation goes to Chicago uninstructed uninstructedThe uninstructedThe I
The delegates delel t are all Taft men menThe menThe
The unexpected unexpected happened Just when whanharmony whoaharmony
harmony seemed most assured a bolt of ofthe ofthe o othe
the delegates t from thirtytwo counties counUettook
took place and contesting delegates were wereelected woroeleetecL
elected Moses Harris Rarr of San Antonio a anewspaper ane a anewepeper L
newspaper ne per man and deputy collector of ofInternal ofInternal ol olInternal
Internal revenue led the bolt He claim claimed c1alaneel ¬
ed State Chairman Lyon was tyrannical tyrannicaland tyrannlealanel tyrannicaland I
and unfair unfairThe uralTbe upfa1The
The delegates are uninstructed but arc areknown arcknown arcknown
known to favor Fairbanks Foraker or orany oranyone oi oiany
any anyone one else than Taft TaftWaco TaftWaco TaftWaco
Waco Tex May JSReoT6anhfcd JiRiOSi d Re Republicans Repubtieam Repubileana ¬
publicans met here today te ar to the number numberof JlumiJerof numbeiof
of several hundred and selected Iele t thirty thirtysix thIrtysix
six delegates instructed for Foraker Forak The Tit
was shout about equally equallyI cquaU dhfded be betWeeR DO
I twee tWeeR t ween the whites and blacks blacksTAPT bla blacksTAFT ks ksTAFT
TAFT GETS THE STATE STATECalifornia STATECnUfornJn
California C Will VIU Cam O m Solid S lhl Vote ote for forHim for111m I
Him at Chicago ChicagoSan Chto go goSan
San Francisco Jiran lIc May 16The triumph of ofthe ofthe ofhrogular
the t hrogular regular Republican organization over overthe oYorthe overthe
the LincolnBoosevelt t League in the theState theState
State S tate convention last night was decisive decisiveThey ecl tve tveThey
They not notonl only elected George A Knight Knightchairman I 1Jghtchirman
chairman c of the th convention but Duty se secured sacured sethree ¬
cured three out of four delegatesat delegatesatlarge delegatesatlar
large lar l lr arge < e to the national convention Har Harrison Harrlaon ¬
rison r isen Gray Otis editor of the Los An Angeles Ansel ¬
geles sel g elee Times was as beaten by one on vote ote by
Jacob J Scob A A Neff a popular pioneer pioneerIn pioneerIn
In the district d trict conventions all dele delegates dalagates ¬
gates selected are regular Republicans Republicansexcept RepubUcanaexcet
except excet e > t two in the Fourth district Two Twoattlct3
districts the Sixth Sl th and and anc Bighth 1gbth pledged pledgedtheir pledgedUter pledgedheir
their t heir delegates d egatos to vote for Taft but the theState thoState th
State vote will nl be cast solidly for Taft TaftM TaftM Taftas
M the th platfotm instructs for him himSOHIFF himSOHIFF him50111FF
SOHIFF IS FOR TAPT TAPTNCTF TAFTNctT
New York Banker Praises Attitude Attitudeof
of Secretary S < uretar of War WarNew Ynr YnrNew VurNew
New York May 15 15Jaoo Jacob H Schlff Schlffof SchI Schlffof f fof
of Kuhn LOab L eb Go ha ha accepted k9pte offlco offlcoas offill8as
as one of tltt th vice presidents of the Tuft Tuftorganization mttorganimUon
organization of this city Ho says in a aletter aletter a
letter h otter to the chairman cll rtnall Louis C Hay HayI
I have every conviction that with Mr MrTaft MrTaIt
Taft in the Presidential chair naught but butIntelligent but1teUicent
Intelligent consideration wil wm be given gtve to toevery toevery toevery
every problem which calls c US fer treatment treatmentat
at the hands hand of the administration thatwith thatwith that thatwith
with a a rigid insistence for due du and proper properregard properr properregard
regard r grd of the law all classea c1Jtiii elnss1f of our citi citizens e1t12ien citizone ¬
zone 2ien wilt will with Mr Taftaji President irssident r aldent b bcome blt bltc become
come c > me readily re convinced con < 1ncedthat that every legiti legitimate legItimate ¬ I Imate
mate interest will 111 be stcto Vo In the hands handsof handsor handsof
of their thdrCblet CWof Executive BxacutlvfiT EXlicutlyefeT1voenrold ExecutiveIvoyearold
T T1voenrold TOyearold Hose Bushes Best Va Variety Tbrlety n ¬
riety riet Special 35c Blacklstone 14th H Ii Iii Iii
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T TO MEET YEARLY YEARLYouse Y YHonse
House R ouse of Governors XsiYame XsiYameof Is Name Nameof Nameofthe
of ofthe the Organization OrganizationFOLK OrganizationFOLK OrganizationOljK
FOLK P OljK IS MASTER MASTJMtMIND MASTJMtMINDreedom IIIND IIINDFreedom MINDFreedom
Freedom F reedom from Federal Domina Domination Domination Doiniuation ¬
tion Is Prime Frim Thaoiy ThaoiyICever ThcOlY2cer Thooryever
ICever X ever to 3Icct in National Capital Capital5cope O CapitaLScope pttaI pttaIS
Scope S ope of Interests Iucre
ts to Cover All AllPolitical AllPolUIcal A APolitical
Political Problems Affecting States StatesGovs Stnte StnteGOVIJ StatesGoys
Govs Swanson and Wlllson VI Ion Xnmedecntive Xamcd XamcdExecutive uned unedExecuthe
Executive ecntive Committee with vlth Power Powerto POtTerto POwerto
to Elect Their Associates AssociatesA AJl ocLnte ocLnteA
A bond which will cement cementtho the Union of orthe
the t he States
mere firmly than over was wasormed
formed f ormed yesterday when the governors in inattendance Inattendance Inttendftnee
attendance a at the White House
confer conference conleronce confernce ¬
once o nce
decided
on a permanent organiza organization OIpJliZatlon organizaion ¬
tion t ion of the chief eble executives of the States StatesTo
To Joseph W V Folk of Missouri Is due
the credit rodlt of forming ormlltg the organization Of nluUon
His name will thereby be
perpetuated in ina Inmanner
a mannar that no other act of his career careercould careeraould careercould
could effect ftect The work of this organisa ¬
ion l will be of
a scope and a magnitude magnitudeso magnitudefarxuasiUag
so far farreaching ac lng ac
Jo o vitally aJCect aect
the t he paramount p ramount political
problems of
to today toay ¬
day d ay and those that will arise in the fu future fuore
ture t ore
Polk la Master Mind MindGov lUndGov MindGov
Gov Polk who since his arrival In this
city baa been working toward the forma
tion of an association of the governors gonrJlOT8WBS governorswas
was ably assisted by GoY Glenn Glenn of
North Carolina sad Wilson of Ken ¬
tucky and had the
aid of every gover governor governor
nor in attendance on the conference conferenceAs conferenceAs
As As told yesterday
morning in The
Washington Herald the first step toward
the formation of a a permanent organisa ¬
tion which would be absolutely free from
domination d of Federal powers came after
the adjournment adJou of the session of the theregular theregular
regular conference Thursday when Gov
Folk and Gov Glenn called a meeting
of f the t e governors and the project was
launched launchedAt launchedAt
At this meeting a committee was ap ¬
pointed to talk over the situation with withother withother withother
other governors and make a report at atoclock lu luoclock I Iecloek
oclock yesterday morning mOrJ D The commit
tee ascertained ta1ned that the other governors governorsivere oveJrDOrS oveJrDOrSWQIe
were heartily aaI1 y te acarn with the move movend
and nd 80 reported
Immediately after the adjournment adjournm nt of
the regular session of the conference yes yesarday
may a meeting of the governors was wascalled
lied About twothirds cf thOM in the
responded The meeting was w held
the East Room of the White House
the conference had been in session
Folk Outlines Outline Plan PlanGov PlanGov Plan0ev
Gov Polk called the meeting meetI to order orderand orderand
and outlined the Intentions and reasons
far assembling it It Gov WIlson of Ken ¬
tucky was then called to the chair chairThe chairThe chairThe
The motion to effect
a permanent or organisation or orftl organiratton ¬
ganisation ftl Uoft carried unanimously A rico ¬
lotion to appoint an executive committee
to arrange the plan of organization also alsopassed alIoIMIIIed alsopassed
passed Gov Wilison appointed Gov Go GoSVIiJJ
Swaneon Ol1 of Virginia chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee Later Gov Go Wilison was also alsomade alaode ateomade
made de is a member of the executive
com committee oomJRlttee cornjnittee ¬
mittee JRltteeOa jnitteeOn mitteeOn
On motion it was agreed that the com committee eammtttee cornmitten ¬
mittee consist of five members including
the chairman an It was also decided d idtd to let letGov letGo letOcr
Ocr Go Swanson and Gov Go Willson meet in inseciates ina ina
a week or two and s select lect the three aa aasocfates associates
seciates seciatesThese socfatesThese sociatesThese
These members will be notified as FOOB FOOBas ioonas oou oouas
as chosen Organization will then be beeffected beeffected
effected The Th aggregation will be km krwn krwnas kflWflas > wn wnss
as the House of Governors and will be becomposed becomP becomposed
composed led of the chief executives of f the thevarious thevrtous
various rlous States StatesOwing StatesOwing StatesOwing
Owing to the method of electing gov governors governors guyenters ¬
I ernors the personnel of the organization organizationwill organiz1 Lion Lionwill
will be constantly changing A A number numberof Dumberer numberof
of those who join otn the organization now nowwill
win probably not attend I more than the
first meeting as their tenure of office will willexpire willexpire
expire expireTheir expIllTheir expireTheir
Their successors however wl wm take
their places The body will at all times
have representation from every ever State Stateand Stateand Stateand
and Territory in the Union Union3Iec4infr t tnlonIectijzg nioa nioallIectiug
3Iec4infr Is F Enthusiastic EnthusiasticAH
AH Al the Governors present yesterday yegterdaywere yesterdaywtro yesterdaywere
were enthusiastic over the project and andwhile andwbne andwhile
while it tvas ms not divulged It is pretty certain rtaln cot cotlain ¬
lain the executives who were not in at
ance at the conference conf rence advised the thepromoters thepromoters theromoters
promoters promoters p of their hearty cooperation cooperationby COo ratJOn ratJOnby
by b y telegraph telegraphThe telegrahThe telegraphrho
The idea of the organization is to tobring toring
bring b ba ring about a condition of harmony harmonyamong harmD harmDamong harmonymong
among a mong the different States on all issues issuesIn issuesIn issuesn
In I n which the State are collectively oH < tt ly In Interested Inter Inrited ¬
terested ter te rited Svery
possible subject that may mayartt maylirtft mayila
artt lirtft ila er has ba arisen will b hi taken tak n up upng upAmong
Among ng the main themes will be State Staterights Statetlghti Stateghts
rights ri ghts State State
regulations Iatlo of State re resources re resourc toources ¬
sources sourc s State regulation of railways railwayswithin ral raliwaysitida ays ayswithin
within w itida Its borders uniform laws p prison rrtsonreforms prisoneforms son sonreforms
reforms r extradition injunction of State Stateofficer 3ttelitoora tte tteomcer
o officer power of Federal courts in States Statesand Statesand Statesnd
and a nd in fact any question o as Mr MrFolk MrFolk Mrolk
Folk P olk put It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The scope li opa Is sufficiently sumCInt wide wtd to allow allowthe anowthe allowe
the th e body to take up any and every s ash ashest ab ¬
j ject est It will handle everything e rythtng in which
the t he States an a Interested InterestedAfter InterestedA interestedAfter
After A fer the selection of Gore Swansea Swanseaand Swensonnd
and and a nd Wiilson the meeting adjourned adjournedFinns adjournedPlnn1l adjournsdPlans
Finns Of Orgmiieatiott Op 0 rgitsihaf tnfAfi Ion ta Considered ConsideredLater ConlclercdLttor ConsideredLater
Later in th afternoon Govs Swanson SwansonWilison SwanSDWillson SwansonWilson
Wilson Folk a nd d Sheldon Shlld ft held h d a meet meetIns lnettJng meetag
Ins l ag at the WHlard Howl lIot l Plans for or organization orsunlzatJon oranizatlea ¬
ganization g anizatlea were generally gent > raliy discussed discussedIt d discussedIt ICusaedIt
It was decided deekl d that meetings of the or ornnizatlon organlzaubn Organlzatin
ganlzaubn nnizatlon shoW shoii4 b I held each year In Indifferent IndUreront inifferent
different d ifferent cities eIUOUI the place of the succeed succeedIng S succeedig 1CCeIng <
Ing b ig mealing mGtl to be decided on at the theslon sea Sttsslon sealan
slon e lan preceding pr ng it itWhile itWhile It ItWhile
While the e exact date 4at of the fleet ftret rr mett mettIng rrcotag et etIng
Ing l ag was apt r t decided it will be held b 1d some sometime Bornetlme sour sourime
time t ime in in the early tall The meeting place placewUl platwUl placowUL >
wUl bo either Chicago or St Louis LouisWashington L LouisWashington uis uisWa
Washington Wa hlnbtoft will wUIJ1 iww be considered on8id red as asContinued asContlnuod asContinued
Continued on Page 2 Column ColuJU1Populnr 5 5Popular gPopular
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Ohio II R RTo RTo RTo
To Harper Ferry Martinsbnrt Ber Bt Tc Tckeley I ¬
keley Springs S and Cumberland f frft1 r m
Utff n Station i > l 15a 5a m May M y 17 RnUBd
trip trin Jl 1 to Harpers Ha1 Ers Fcrr Ferry and Martina Lntn LntnintiS
big J185 to Berkeley Springs an4
2 2 to to Cumberland

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