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NO 606 WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY JUNE JU E 4j 4 1908 1908TWELVE TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
I TE TECHNICAL HNI L HI HIGH HIGHJNSTHE H HWINS
WINS JNSTHE THE fL fLCompany FLAG FLAGCompany
Company D Victors in the theCompetitive theCompetitive theCompetitive
Competitive Drill DrillTWlGJB DrillTViOE
8
f I
TWlGJB IN SUCCESSION SUCCESSIONCarried SUCCESSIONVarricd SUCCESSIONCarried
Carried Off Same Honors in theContest the thoContest theContost
Contest Last Year YearCrowd YearCrowd
I i Ii ICrowd
Crowd of People Entlmntod to Have Haveuml havelnmbcrcd I II I
NumbcrcIl > uml > cre l Ten Thousand or More MoreWitnessed MoreWitncased Iorc I IVltncucd
Witnessed Drill Pennant Pre Presented Prescntcd ¬
sented to Victorious Company by bySecretary bySecretary I ISooretnry
Secretary of otVnr War Tuft TnftCommiaslon TnftCommiasloncr lnftConUll1 CommUnlon CommUnloncr lon lonor
cr Macfurland Pinned on Medal 3IcdnIOnoe MedalOnce
I Ii IOnoo i
Once mart more and for the second conseoui conseouitivo consecu consecutive ¬ I Itho
tive time the flag of victory waves over overthe oorthe ovorthe
the proud men of Company D of tho thoTechnical thoTechnical theTechnical
Technical High School Cadets CadetsThe CadetsThe CadetsThe
The Victory was won yesterday after afternoon utt6lnoon aftornoon ¬
noon on tho American League baseball baseballgrounds baseballgrounds baseballgrounds
grounds before a crowd of people who whonumbered whonumbored whonumbered
numbered 10100 or more An extra honor honorfell hOnorfell honorfell
fell upon the Ut young oung Washington soldiersfor soldiers soldiersfor soldiersfor
for it was tho first time since tho competitive com competitive competlUvo ¬
petitive drill was inaugurated twenty twentyone twentyono twentyone
one years years IMUS ago that a n single company had hadcarried hfldCarrl hadcarried
Carrl carried d away the flag of victory in two twoconsecutive twoconaecuUve twoeonseeutlve
consecutive years yearsTherefore yearsTherefore rs rsTbereCore
Therefore the Maroon and Gray the thecolors thecoJors thecolors
colors of Company D of tho TechnicalHigh Technical TechnicalHigh TochnlcalBl
High Bl h School boys were flaunted yester yesterday yostorday yesterday ¬
day and many a cheer and shout shoutreverberated shoutreverooratod shoutreverberated
1 reverberated in the Capital City yester yesterday eslor eslorday ¬
day afternoon and last night And Capt CaptE CaptE CaptE
E S Wise It was the greatest event eventJn oventIn avantin
In tho annals of his youthful career He Hewent Hewent Hewent
went home to proud parents last night nightwearing nightwearing nightwearing
wearing a diamond studded modal pinned pinnedon I Ion
on his hburflt breast by Henry B F Macfarland MacfarlandCommissioner MaatarlandComrmslonor MacfarlandComnil
Commissioner Comnil sionor of tho District of Columbia ColumbiaOfficers ColumbiaOfficer ColumbiaOfficers
Officers Given Ribbon RlbhonnThere RibbonThere RibbonsThere
There were also two lieutenants five Avasergeants 110sersnt fivesergeants
sergeants six corporal and fortysix fOl six pri privates pl1ates privates ¬
vates ates who were the proud poeaosoora rs of ofcoveted otroveted ofcoveted
coveted ribbon which told the story of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their victory victoryCompany victoryCompany Sctar SctarComp
Company Comp ay D won additional honors too tooR toon tooR
R Harris Har Co presented tho team teamwith teamwith teamwith
with a handsome hand ome silver lfer loving cup Thi Thiprize TbSprize Thiprize
prize Unlike nllke the meal mtMl l is the property propertyof properUoCCompany
of oCCompany Company D When some other com company comPll cornpa ¬
pany Pll pa u wins tho honors koo rs It will net wlnithe wlnithecup wlnhlaec wlnhlaefJi win the thecup
cup cupTIM c cupT TIM T trot fJi Secretary See iy ef War War William WlIHamH I I
H TalC rdt presented Jlll Hnte4 the company with the thepennant thepenaat I I1enDMt
pennant Capt James F Oyster the ribbon rib ribbons ribbons ¬
bons and Dr Erermann member m4Jlft r of the theboard th thtoard theboard
board of education gave the boys the theCp theCp thec
Cp c p
CpThe pThe
The immense crowd of people divided dividedInto dividedInto dividedinto
Into live vo big sections eUona representing repPO nttng that thatnumber thatnumber thatnumber
number el r high schools hoo1 packed the thestands thestaJM1l thestands
stands and overflowed into the field fieldUnderneath fieldUnderneath eJd eJdtn4erneath
Underneath the colors of the schools schoolsthere schoolsthere ehooJat
there t was w a sea of faces facesCentral Cac CacCeAtral face faceCentral
Central led in n the shouting sh uUng for com cornranles companies comranas ¬
panies A and I In the meantime the theTechnical theTe theTechnical
Technical Te bnl boys were quietly quiet and patiently patlontiyawaiting patientlyawaiting pathmtbaWAlttng
awaiting the announcement of o the judges judgesbefore judge1ONt judgesbefore
before they let forth their famous famousKazoo famo famoRazoo famousRazoo
Razoo Followers of Eastern Western Westernand Westernand re tern ternand
and Buetaom were not quiet by any anymeans anyme anymeans
means me na and whenever the occasion pre presented presented presented ¬
sented itself they exercised their lungs lungsin lungsIn lungsin
in shouts for the success of their team
Designated by I Adjt ClarkAdjt Clark CInrkAdjt ClarkAdJt
Adjt H W Clark marched marched toward the theregiment thereglmo1t theregiment
regiment drawn up dcrose thc eentor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Held and halted Then he wheeled to totho totho tothe
tho right and faced the four Technical TechnicalHigh TechnicalIIIKh TechnicalHigh
High companies That act designated tho thowinning thowlmllng thewinning
winning cadets CA and the Maroon and Gray Grayrooters Grayrooters Grayrooters
rooters rent tho air with their cries erl It Itwag Itwas Itwas
was soon learned that Company Companr D had hadwon hndwon hadwon
won the pennant and tho cheering be became became became ¬
came general generalThoso KIAralThoso generalThose
Thoso who saw the drill on Tuesday Tuesdaybelieved Tuesdaybelieved ru Nd a abelloved
believed the honors might be won by byCompanies b bCompanlu byCompanies
Companies D or K of tho Technical High HighThere HighThero HighThere
There were also many supporters of Com Companies CompanJ8 Companies ¬
panies I and A of Central High because becauseof becaueor becauser
of the excellent manner in which they theyconducted theyconduetecl theyconducted
r conducted themselves Therefore when whenCapt whonCapt whenCapt
Capt Bonine swung 8wun Company Comp nT I into ac action ACtion action ¬
tion yesterday a mighty cheer arose arosefrom arosefrom arosefrom
from the stands under the colors of the theBlue tbeDlut theBlue
Blue and White The company attracted attractedthe attractedthe attractedthe
the attention of others by its excellence excellenceIn
In drill and for a time the work ork of Com Company Company Company ¬
pany D was wa overlooked by the spectators spectatorsBut stJectatorsBut spectatorsBut
But the adjutant did not go to the end endof endot endof
of the line where Company I stood in inexpectancy Inx inexpectancy
expectancy x tanc He halted before CaPt CnptWises CaPtW1 CaptVises
Wises W1 tlsurprlHd surprised aggregation ag resatton and an announced announced announced ¬
nounced the message from the judges judgesThereupon judgesThereupon judgesThereupon
Thereupon tho cheering was redoubled redoubledCapt redoubledCapt redoubledCapt
Capt Wise marched his red ribbon win winners wtnner winacre ¬
acre ner to the front and prevented pre entcd arms to totho totho tothe
tho Judges and distinguished citizens citizensstanding citizensstanding citizensstanding
standing at the home plate plateSecretary platoSecretary plateSecretary
Secretary Taft acknowledged tho salute saluteand salutoand saluteand
and presented pro ented the pennant when tho thocheering thocheering thecheering
cheering had subsided
Prcnentntioit of the Fluff FlagHo FluffHo FJagHo
Ho said saidCaptain saidCaptain
L Captain it gives me great pleasure to topresent toprelont topresent
present you with the flag as an evidenco evidencoof evidence evidenceof ttldcncof
of the excellence of your OUr drill it Is in indeed Indeed indeed ¬
deed a pleasure to award you ou the flll5 flll5whloh fla flawhich flag flagwhich
which I believe you have won for two twoconsecutive tuoconll6Cut1vo
consecutive years yearsCommissioner yoarsCommissioner yearsCommissioner
rJJ
Commissioner Macfarland then pinned pinnedtho plnnedthe pinnedthe
the diamondstudded modal presented pr onted by bytho bytho
L tho Jato Robinson Miller and designed by bya bya bya
a former Technical student Tom Ridgeway Ridge Ridgeway Rldgewa
way wa on the breast of Copt Wise Dr DrEvorman DrEvorman DrEvorman
Evorman member of the board of oduca education oducatIon oducation ¬
tion presented Capt Wise with tho silver silvercup sllorcup silverH
cup donated by R Harris Co aftor aftorwhich attorWblch aftorwhich
which President Oyster presented presen ed the theribbons theribbons theribbons
H ribbons ribbonsLong ribbonsLong ribbonsLong
Long before the scheduled time tor the thedrill thodr1l1 thedrill
drill to commence tho grandstand was waspacked waspacked waspacked
packed to Its capacity and Capt Boyle Boyleof Boylcof Boyleof
of the Eighth pollco precinct was In a aquandary aqUl1ndnr aquandary
quandary as to how the coming holders holdersof holdersor holdersof
of groan tickets could be handled The Theshady Thoshady Theshady
shady bleachers and the regular sunny sunnybleachers sunnybleachors sunnybleachers
bleachers wero Jammed before the flrst flrstcompany flrstcompany DPstcompany
company G of tho Business D slnoss High School Schoolstepped Schooltepped Schoolstepped
stepped from behind the stand to commence com commence commenco ¬
mence the drill of the day dayThe dnyTho dayThe
The Business High gave her Rah rah rahrah rnhrl1h rahrahi
rah rahi as Capt C E Gordon swung swungsquads swunGsquads swungsquads
squads right to the pitchers box and andpresented andprosented andpresented
presented arms to First Lieut Philip PhilipMathows PhUlpfathoVS PhilipMathews
Mathews of tho Coast Artillery presl presiConlinued preslContlnucd preslContinucll
Contlnucd on Page 2 = Column 4 4Oar 4Our 4Our
Our Special SpecialCommcacomcnt Commencement ommeneoment Ban Banquets DouQuots Donquots ¬
Quots t 1 Blackistone 14th and H sts stsAnother slsAnOther etsAnother
Another AnOther Big Drop In Lumber Prices
Frank Llbfcoy f Cft C a ftb 6t th > 3 ics r JN 1 Yt Y ayo nw
I
STABS WIP TO DEATH DEATHHunlmml DEATHlIullhuml DEATHlduabahasl
Hunlmml Turn on Wdnmn mun WhoTries Who WhoTrlcj VlloTricK
TricK to Save Life of SonA Son Sontfow SonNew
New A ow York Juno 3 3WnUom William Campbell Campbella
a bricklayer quarreled with his SOil souGoorge SOilGeorge sonGeorge
George a cleancut young follow at tho thosupper thosUpper thesupper
supper table in their Hat at 30G East BastNinetieth EnstNlnetioth EastNinetieth
Ninetieth street tonight picked < l up the thecarving thooft1lng thecarving
carving knife and after slashing tho thoyoung thoyoung theyoung
young man on tho arm stabbed his wife wifewho wltewho wife wifewho
who rushed in between the two men mon1i mon1ithe fa fatho n nthe
the nook and killed her herTho horTho herThe
Tho murderer would probably probob have es escaped 05I oscapod ¬
I caped but for tho arrival of Father Fnth r VIn Vlnoent VInI Vincent
I oent MoGohan an athletic priest who whohad whohRd whohad
had boon summoned to administer the thelast the11st thelast
last rites to tho woman Ho throw theold the theold theoJd
old man Into a chair and told him to tostay lostay tostay
stay there and then administered extreme extremeunction oxtromaunction extremeunction
unction to Mrs Campbell as sho was wasbreathing wosbroathlng wasbreathing
breathing her last laatThe lastThe lastThe
The police wore summoned and arrested arrestedCampbell arroatedCampbcll arrestedCampbell
Campbell CampbellFACE CampbcllFACE CampbellFACE
FACE OF DEATH HAS HASITS HASITS HASITS
ITS NATURAL COLOR COLORDoctors OOLORDoctors t3OLOIIDoctors
Doctors Study Strange Case Caseof Caseof Caseof
of Deceased Millionaire MillionaireBODY MillionaireBODY MillionaireBODY
BODY IS SECRETLY EMBALMED EMBAIMEDWidow EMBALMEDWidow EMEALMEDVlllow
Widow of X II Carpenter Believes BelievesLife DeUevcLlrc BelievesLife
Life Will Return and for Severn SevernDnyn SccrnlDa SeveralDays
Days Da Ilofuxcd to Permit Bodys BodysRemoval nodysn BodysItemovnlWidow
Removal n ItemovnlWidow moal Widow VIII ow Declares linn linn1m lIulIlJUud hasband
1m band nd IK About to Speak to Her llerAsheville HerAshevllle JlerAshev1Ue
Ashevllle N a c Juno S 3Wilth VHlth Uth tho nat natural natural natural ¬
ural color gradually gradual coming back to his hischeeks hllc hischeeks
cheeks c eoks and the fullness of his hS face tao being beingrestored 1lIngreatored beingrestored
restored the case of N H Carpenter cr ntr ntrmllllonalro a amillionaire amillionaire
millionaire who died three weeks ago agodoclared hi hideclared Isdeclared
declared to be the strangest known to tomedical tomedical tomedical
medical science scienceThe eelenoeTbe ecienasThe
The case remains even more strange strangefrom strallgetrom strangefrom
from the fact act that Carpenters C rpentra body was wasembalmed w wasembalmed s sombalmod
embalmed embalmedThe ombalmodTbe embalmedThe
The body bod however was A8 embalmed se secretly secreUy secretly ¬
cretly as Mrs Carpenter has declared all allalong allalong allalong
along that her husband was wa not dead and andrefused andretUM andrefused
refused to allow the body bod to bo buried buriedMr burledIr buriedMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Ira Carpenter who formerly formerlylived formerlyJived formerlylived
lived in Atlanta Ga cam came to t Ashevllle a anumber anumber anumber
number of months ago and occupied one oneof oneot errsof
of the Vanderbilt villas In Biltmore Bi It more They Theyware Thoywere Theywere
were devout Christian Scientists ScientistsCarpenter SelenUetaCarpenter ScientistsCarpenter
Carpenter o op May y 12 1 died from heart heartfailure htftrttalure heartfailure
failure His wife wU declared he h was not notdoad notdoed notdeed
deed and refused to allow his hi body to be beburled beburled beburled
burled She kept the body > > odv for four days daysand dRYsnd claysand
and nd smiled In Christian sclaatlsta 1IAtI6 tor the thepurpose Utepurpo thepurpose
purpose purpo e of trying 1ing to resurrect her hue husband hueband buttband
band
Friend Was nJl Brought to Life LifeMrs Ilters LifeMrs
Mrs rs Carpenter declared that Abc had a avery 8very avery
very dear friend who was brought to tolife tome tolife
life by Christian Chrl Uan Scientists after doctors doctorshad doctorshad doctorshad
had pronounced her dead Mrs Carpen Carpenter Carpenter Caaponter ¬
ter remained by her husbands corpse corpseafter corpseafter corpseafter
after efforts of Christian Scientists had hadfailed hadtailed hadfailed
failed determined that nothing could couldpart couldput couldpart
part her from her husband husbandA
A trained nurse intervened while Mrs MrsCarpenter llrsCarpenter MrsCarpenter
Carpenter slept and had the body se secretly lieCrttl so socretly ¬
cretly Crttl embalmed Mrs rIl Carpenter con consented conented consented ¬
sented to having the body buried at her herformer herformer herformer
former home though after it was wasshipped waashIpped wasshipped
shipped away she changed chRn ed her mind and andagain andagain andagain
again refused to allow it to bo Interred Interredho Interredho interredSho
Sho ho had it placed in a a vault and staid staidby staIdb staidby
by b It almost constantly ever since tnee When Whensho Whenshe Whenshe
she obiorvod tho natural color coming cominginto comingInto comingInto
into the cheeks she summoned a doctor doctorOn doclorOn doctorOn
On beholding this he summoned other otherdoctors otherdocfors otherdoctors
doctors who are closely studying stu lng and andwatching andwatching andwatching
watching developments developmentsMrs
Mrs Carpenter declares that her hus husband husband husband ¬
band is about to speak to her
DRYS SUFFER DEFEAT DEFEATMobile DEFEATJlobtJe DEFEATllobiletiVets
Mobile llobiletiVets HtetA Wet Oppose Voting Money Moneyto Uonc Uoncto
to Replace Liquor Tax TaxMobile TaxMobllo TaxMobile
Mobile Ala June 3 tJudgIng Judging from re returns returns returns ¬
turns from the special specl l school tax election electionheld olectlonheld electionheld
held In Mobile County yesterday oelerdfl tho prohibltionists pro prohibUIonlets prohlblt1onl
hibUIonlets hlblt1onl ts have suffered defeat losing losingthe losingthe losingthe
the city by a n majority of fiftyseven fiftysevenvotes tUtsovonvotes fiftysevenvotes
votes and tho county by a n smaller num number number number ¬
ber berThe
The passage of o a State prohibition bill billby bU1by billby
by the recent Alabama Al bnmo legislature do deprived doprlved doprlved ¬
prlved the public schools of this county countyof countyot countyof
of 50000 a year Otlr received from the liquor liquortax liquortax liquortax
tax and left them with almost almo t no support sup support support ¬
port portThe portTho portThe
The election yesterday was for tho pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of imposing a 1mill tax to maintain maintainthe maintainthe maintainthe
the schools Antiprohibitionists fought foughtthe taughtt11e foughtthe
the proposal and won Teachers salaries salariesand salariesand salariesand
and school terms will be reduced to meet meetthc meotthe meetthe
the conditions
BISHOP OCONNELL FAVORED FAVOREDPrlcatn FAVOREDPrlC FAVOREDPriests
Priests PrlC in Ohio Diocese Seek Sue Saccessor Suocewior SueeCHsor
cewior to Horntman iforntmnnCleveland HorntmanCleveland 1I0rHtmnnCleveland
Cleveland June 3 3Thc The first step In the thechoice theohoice thechoice
choice of a 0 successor to the lato Bishop BishopHorstman BishopHorstman BishopHoratman
Horstman of the Catholic Dloceso of ofCleveland orClevelnnd ofCleveland
Cleveland was taken today when the thepriest thepriest thepriest
priest electors of the diocese balloted on onflvo onfivo onfive
five names namesThey namosThoy namesThey
They wero Mgr George F Houck HouckCleveland HouckClevoland HouckCleveland
Cleveland Right Rev Re Joseph M Koudol Koudolka Koudolko Koudelka
ka Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland Dr DrT DrT DrT
T F Mahar Akron Bishop D J 1 O OCon OConnoU OConnell Con Connoil
nell rector of tho Catholic University in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington and Bishop Kennedy rector rectorof rectorot rectorof
of the American College in Rome RomeThree RomeThroe RomeThree
Three of the five will be recommended recommendedto
to the bishops of the ho province and thence thenceto thollceto thenceto
to tho Pope Thoso three will To 1 > 0 dosig dosignated doslgnated dosignated
nated most worthy more worthy worthy and andworthy andworthY andworthy
worthy and the Pope may name one of oftho ortho ofthe
tho three or go outside the recommenda recommendations recommendations rocommondations ¬
tions as he did in naming Bishop Horst HorstAdjournmcnt Horstmnn Horstman
man
Adjournment In Cooper Trial TrialHavana TrInlHaann TrialHavana
Havana Juno 3 3The The prosecution of ofCorporal otorporal oft
t orporal Cooper who who rho Is accused of mur murder murder murder ¬
der rested this afternoon The defense defensemoved defensemoed defensemoved
moved the dismissal of tho charges but butthe butthe butthe
the court refused An adjournment adj urnment was wastaken wastoken wastaken
taken until Friday Frida when the case of ofGwlnnell otGwlnnell ofGwinnell
Gwlnnell accused of complicity in the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime will bo taken up upIU25
8125 1 5 Sunday Sunt1nnluem JUuemont nt nnd Return
Leave Washington 9 and 915 am So Ry RyVirginia RyrJrglnln RyVirginia
Virginia Pine Flooring SlGOPcr 1JjO Per 100 Ft F
Prank Llbbe Lib Llbbey 4 Co Ctti 6w N y av9air ave lV nw
T TALK lK ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTAS E ElT ElTAS
i6 i6Republicans
AS DARK HORSE HORSERepublicans
Republicans in in Chicago Dis Discuss Discuss Discuss ¬
cuss Outcome OutcomeAMIVAL Outcon1eARRIVAL OutcomeARJtIV
ARRIVAL ARJtIV dG Off 01 TAJFTJBOOM TAJFTJBOOMHitchcock TAFT BOOM BOOMHitchcock OOM OOMHitchcocl
Hitchcock in the Windy City CityClaims CityCla CityClaims
Claims Cla uls 517 Now NowAllied NovAlllcs NowAllies
Allied Seem to De Confident Oonl1dentCom Oonl1dentComD1Utcemcn ConfidentComnhtttecmen Com Comjiilttecnien
jiilttecnien from Nortliivcat Sny SnyThere SnyThcro SayThere
There will Ho n Stampede to La LaFollcttc Laiollettr LaFollette
Follcttc After First Ballot DullotUlIcft DullotUlIcftPut Ballot111iesPut Alllc AlllcPut
Put Out Stories that Ticket Will WillLOBO VIlI VIlILOBo VillLose
LOBO If Secretary IB dominated dominatedSprohl 1tomlnutcdSproW NominatedSpecial
Special to The WMfctogtoB lfersMChicago Herald HeraldChicago UeraWChloago
Chicago June 3 3The The Taft boom arrived arrivedIn arrlvttdIn arrivedin
In Chicago today and the national cam campaign campnlsn eampaign ¬
paign sprang Into real life lifeIt liteIt lifeIt
It was a day devoted to longrange loal rans ar artillery arUnary artillery ¬
tillery practice the leaders of the various variousPresidential variousPresidential variousPresidential
Presidential booms string preliminarybroadsides preliminary preliminarybroadsides preltmln r rbrOdstdes
broadsides at intervals in an effort ett rt to tofeel toteel tofeel
feel out tho strength of opposing opposingcamps oppostagcamps opposlagcamps
camps campsA campsAs campsAs
A As a matter of acteJuacmSk fact although there aremany are aremany re remany
many rivals rivalsthoro there are only two political politicalcamps poIltlc81camps polltiexicamps
camps in Chicago tonight tonightthe the Taft camp oarapand campand campand
and that of the alllea allte The Hughes Can Cannon CaDnon Cannon ¬
non Fairbanks Knox and La FolleUe FolleUefollowers Folletterollowers Follettofollowers
followers are by tacit consent fighting fightingunder nptlngunder fightingunder
under a 8 common banner bannerthat that of oppoel oppoeltion oppoltltlon opposition
tion to Taft L With Ith Taft out of the way wmythe wayI waythe
the tacit alliance would crumble like Ilk a ahottee nhou ahouse
I house hou of sand and chaos would follow followwith fDllo fDlloI followwith
with all the uncertain probabilities wrap wrapped wraJI wrapped ¬
I
ped up in a dark horse hor candidateWhen candidate candidateWhen candUlateI
I
When hen Frank H Hitchcock seneralla senerallasinto geosralissimo eneral18 eneral18I
I
sinto of the Taft forces arrived today he hefound hefound hefound
I found five formidablelooking boom booms lined linedup linedII linedup
II up for a cordial but none the law sinister sinisterwelcome sinisterwelcome nlter nlterwelcome
welcome Hitchcock at once sent f t a shot shothurling sboti shothurling
i hurling into the the camp of the allies alliecTaft alU alUI alliesTaft
I fTaCt Taft wilt be nominated on the first rat bal ballot bAIllot ballot ¬
llot lot Wo only onl claim 517 1 delegate in our ourformal ourI ourformal
formal statement A As a matter of fact factwe tactwe factwe
I
we shall have RaelJaRC TOO N0Rases TOOIlnncM
IlnncM Hope In FlRnrcii FlRnrciiMr FJ FlguresMr urcR
Mr Hitchcock It is well known bug baceshie bughis baseshis
I his confidence In Tafts Taft nomination on a acompilation a acompUdlon acompilation
compilation of delegates dele te made up at Taft Taftheadquarters TaftI Taftheadquarters
I headquarters in Washington some time timeago UmeI threego
I lK ago go He claims there are ms ttbeuiutdyht ttbeuiutdyhtatuneidt8 abwtately la laErected I Istrweted
Erected strweted delegates d for f r Taft more I te than thanenough thanenough thanenough
enough to nominate as a only m are required re required required ¬
quired He aim al o claim M pledges In writ writing writing l1t l1tIng ¬
ing from rom delegates not instructed Fur Further Further Further ¬
ther he declares that about 10G of the theunpledged Ml Mlunpledged 1Nunpsdged
unpledged delegate are for Taft Adding Addingup Addingup
up all these Hitchcock arrives IUl1v at his confident con confident conMtmt ¬
fident assertion that TaCt will have at atleast atIAst atleast
least 7M 7 delegates on the first ballot ballotMr bAllotMr ballotMr
Mr Hitchcock und hs party part occupy occupyrooms OCCVP7rooms occupyrooms
rooms M 1 10 10 12 1 and 14 of the new addletlon adell adelltlon
tlon tlon to the Auditorium Annex AnnexFirst JnnexFirst AnnexFirst
First I wish to be strictly understood understoodthat underatoodtha understoodthat
that tha t I am not here at present to open up upany upany upany
any campaign camp l n headquarters for Mr Taft Taftsaid TttId Taftsaid
said Id Mr r Hitchcock HitchcockThe HitchcockThe HitchcockThe
The only onl object in my being hero Is Isto 18to Isto
to watch Mr TaXts Talt interests In reete in the con contests conteats eonteeth ¬
tests and that will 111 take up about all my mytlma mytime y ytime
time I have no corps corp of assistants assistantsmerely attSlfiantJImerely assistantsmerely
merely being accompanied by an attor attorney attorno attorney ¬
ney no who has been at work upon the thecontest thocontest thecontest
contest matters and a n stenographer stenographerTho stenographerTho
Tho story that Speaker Spe ker Cannon had hadleft hadlert hadleft
left his automobile at Pittaburg Pltt burg and was wasrushing wasrushing wasrushing
rushing to Chicago by b train only brought broughtforth broughtrorth broughtforth
forth a smile smileOnly amneOnly smileOnly
Only Content Sny Sn Says Frank II IIAH IIAll IIAll
All my m time at present will be taken takenup takenup takenup
up in tho contest matter I have seen seennone S80nnon seennone
none non a of the national nation l committeemen or ordelegates Ord81ogntos ordelegates
delegates thus far with tho exception exceptionof
of Alvah Martin of Virginia I passed passedhim psllcdhim passedhim
him as I came into tho hotel and only onlyhad onbhad onlyhad
had a word with him said Id Mr Hitch Hitchcock Hitchcock Hitchcock ¬
cock cockHitchcocks cockHltchcocks cockHitehcocks
Hitchcocks opening volley was answer answered answercd answered ¬
ed by b scattering shots from various parts partsof partsot partsof
of tho allies camps campsThe campsThe campsThe
The allies are wondering how h w Hitch Hitchcock Hltohcock Hitchcock ¬
cock can figure 700 delegates for Taft out outof outor outof
of a 8 total of 980 when there are 229 2 con contests contosts contests ¬
tests and Z1 27 7 pledged to other candidates candidatesaccording CtU1dld candidatesaccording tes tesaccording
according to their own figures figuresA
A B Humphrey who Is In charge of ofthe ottho ofthe
the the Gov Go Hughes headquarters headqu rters declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he looks for 126 1 to 13G votes for forHughes forHughes forHughes
Hughes on the first ballot and then some somemore somemore somemore
more on the thether other ballots Backers of ofLa otLa ofLa
La Follette are declaring that in tho thoNorthwest thoNorthwost theNorthwest
Northwest there will be a 8 bolt from Taft Taftto Tartto Taftto
to their man No more than twontyflve twontyflveare twentthenro
are looked for La Follotto on the first firstballot fir firstballot t tballot
ballot Then the allies put forth a few fewtrial fewtrllJ fewtrial
trial volleys of musketry in the shape of ofstories ofstories ofstories
stories all going to show the danger dangerof
of nominating Taft TaftStories TattStories TaftStories
Stories wore told In n the lobby at the theAnnex theAnnex theAnnex
Annex that the nomination of Taft would wouldmoan wouldmenn wouldmean
moan that the Republican campaign will willbe willbe willbe
be an uphill fight In the fall fallFrom falLFrom fallFrom
From Southern States come stories of oftho oftho ofthe
tho strong feeling ft > ellng against Mr Taft Taftamong Tntnmong Taftamong
among the Republicans who cast the thebulk thebulk thebulk
bulk of the party vote there thereTrouble thoroTroublc thereTrouble
Trouble In the North NorthFrom NorthFrom NorthFrom
From the Northern States which in instructed Instructed instructed ¬
structed for favorite sons come tales talesabout talesabout talesabout
about districts that cannot be carriedfor carried carriedfor carriedfor
for Taft if he Is nominated because of oflabor orlabor oflabor
labor union influence influenceTho InfiuencoThe influenceThe
The nogro nogr nogrd vote according to one story storywas storyW89 storywar
was said to be rapidly bolting Taft TaftCharges TaftCharges TaftCharges
Charges that he Is for the disfranchise dlsfranchisemont dlsfranchlsoment disfranchisemont
mont of tho Southern negroes and his re recent recent recent ¬
cent speech In which he referred to tho thoalleged thoallegod thoalleged
alleged resignation of Gen Grant from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the army to sao courtmartialing has dotracted do detracted dotracted ¬
tracted from his strength with the ne negroes negroes negroes ¬
groes groesThe groesThe groesThe
The story stor was that tho failure of an anexpected anexpected anexpected
expected 2000 negro delegation to attend attenda
a a Taft demonstration in Chicago a few fewevenings fewevenings fewevenings
evenings ago was declared to have fright frightened frlghtened frightened ¬
ened the theTaft Taft boomers and that the ro result rosuIt rosult ¬
sult was to be the Importation of 3000 3000Continued 3000I 3000Contlnucd 3000Continned
I r
Continued on Page 3 Column 4Baltimore 4 4Baltimore 1 1Dnltlmore
Baltimore Ohio R R Excursion
Jl 1 to Harpers Ferry ForI Halltown Charles Charlestown Charlestown Charlestown
town Summit Point Wadesvllle Va eslUe and andWinchester andVinchester andWinchester
Winchester and return Sunday Juno 7 7Special 7SpecIal 7Special
Special train loaves Union Station S a m mIVorth mNorth mNorth
North Carolina Flooring 82 g 2 Per 100 Ft FtJrrankLlbR Ftrank
JrrankLlbR rank Iibloy 1e c Ct 6th NX1 N Xt lye nw
MONTANA FLOODS FLOODSBLOCK FLOODSBLOCK FLOODSALL
BLOCK ALL TRAINS TRAINSThousands TRAINSThousands TRAINShousands
Thousands of Passengers Are AreStranded AreStranded Areng
Stranded AlQbGOVERNOR Alpng AI png ng Lines LinesGOVERNOR LinesGOYERNOR
i
GOVERNOR POROED FOROEDTO TO WAIF WAIFGoes WALK WAEEGOCN WALKGOCJI
Goes Fifteen Miles Afoot to Attend AttendImportant AttendImportant AttendImportant
Important Meeting nt State Cap Capital CU CnfilinlNo J JItnl ¬
linlNo ital Xo o Trains Have Reached ReachedHelena ItcncbctlHclcnn Itenulredhiclena
I Helena from the East for Five FiveDaysBurma FleDay lrhcDJIIDlllmn
Day DJIIDlllmn ISiunia Goldman IN I Stranded StrandedHelena StrandedHeleM StrandedHelena
Helena Mont June S llIODtana Montana is ex experiencing e epetlencbag oxperleacing ¬
periencing the t e heaviest rainfall te the thehistory 1Mhl thehistory
hl history toQ of the State and as a recall It rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road traffic is more or taw Ie8 demoranaed demoranaedSo
So far as known only one life he has beensacrificed been beensacrificed HeRsaert
saert sacrificed eed a ao a remit that of Frank FrankMyers IrruakMyers FrankMyers
Myers bridge superintendent of tho thoNorthern thoNortbwn theNorthern
Northern Pacific P clle Ho was va M la charge OC a atrain atrain atrain
train which ran into a washedout bridge bridgenear brldtenear bridgenear
near Banks BonltaTraffic DtJnltaTraffic BanksTraldic
Traffic is t completely sus suspended s ended ed on the theNorthern theNfrthorn theNorthern
Northern Pacific Pacl c and there are upward upwardof Uj twardof ward wardor
of 1100 passengers passong floodbound at Billings BillingsLivingston DtlltnpLiingston BillingLIIngston
Liingston and Missoula on that line linePassengers nnePagsengel8 linePa
Passengers Pa sengers for the th East and West are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being routed over the Great Northern Northernfrom Nortbernfrom Northernfrom
from both Helena and Butte ButteThat ButteThlLt ButteThat
That he might reach Helena for im important Important important ¬
portant board meetings Gov Norris re returning returnl returning ¬
turning turnl from the conference conBr8nce at Washing Washington Washington ¬ I Iton
ton walked fifteen miles last night to get getaround getarounel getaround
around washouts between Livingston and andBozoman andBozeman andBozoman
Bozoman from which place a special specialtrain specfaltrain specialtrain
train brought him to the capital city cityIt elt eltIt cityIt
It rained heavily hlMl11 throughout the State Statetoday StatetoM Statetoday
toM today and the outlook is anything but butencouraging butencouroglng butencouraging
encouraging for sunshine Theatrical Theatricalcompanies Thoatrlenlcompanies Theatricalcompanies
companies baseball clubs and Emma EmmaGoldman Emm8Goldman EmmaGoldman
Goldman are among those stranded No Notrains NotIfllns Notritins
trains have reached Helena from the theEast theEa5t theEast
East for five days daysFlood dnysFJoollK daysFloods
Flood and Tornadoes in Texan TexanDallas TexaDanns TexasDallas
Dallas Tox Juno 3 3Floods Floods and torna tornadoes tornaaoes tornadoes ¬
does wrought havoc in Texas last night nightand nightand nightand
and today tod y Tho worst was In the Pan Panhandle PRnhondlo Panhandle ¬
handle whore unprecedented unpr ccdentod floods swept swepttho swopttho sweptthe
tho Pease tho Wichita and the Red Redrivers Redrlers Redrivers
rivers The Fort Worth and Denver Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road has miles of track washed away awayTwo awn awnTwo awayTwo
Two boys were killed by b lightning near nearWhitosboro nearhltesboro nearWhitosboro
Whitosboro WhitosboroENRAGED hltesboroENRAGED
I
ENRAGED LION ESCAPES ESCAPESFollows ESCAPESFolloJI ESCAPESFollows
Follows Keeper Through Door and nndCauses nnllCnu8cS andCauses
Causes Panic in Crowd CrovdGreenwich CrowllGrcenwlch CrowdGreenwich
Greenwich Conn Juno 3 3Groat Groat excite excitement oxcltement excitemont ¬
ment occurred in this summer resort thisafternoon this thisafternoon thl5nttcmoon
afternoon when a large lion named namedNero namedNero namedNero
Nero made angry by repeated Jabbings Jabbingswith Jabblngswith jabbingswith
with a stick nnd tho firing of blank blankcartridges blankcartridges blankcartridges
cartridges by tho keeper leaped at the thokeeper thekceper thekeeper
keeper and followed him out of the Iron Irondoor Irondoor irondoor
door of the cage whore he was being beingexhibited beingexhibited beingexhibited
exhibited exhibitedTho exhibitedTho exhibitedThe
Tho circus was exhibiting across acrs the thestreet thostreot thestreet
street from the high school and hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of school children wore in the thecrowd thearowd thecrowd
crowd The lion was performing in inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection with a side show In a small smalltent smalltont smalltent
tent and around the cage stood a group groupof groupot groupof
of society people Among them were Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Hastings Mrs Clifford Harmon Harmontho Harmonthe Harmonthe
the daughters dnughtersot of E C Benedict Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George Nichols Mrs irs Frank Gould and andthe andthe andthe
the children of Percy Rockefeller and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Rockefeller Tho lion was finally finallyrecaptured finallyrecaptured finallyrecaptured
recaptured recapturedLocomotive recapturedLocornfiUvc recapturedLocomrtive
Locomotive Sparks Start Fire FirePlttsburg FirePlttsburgPa FirePittsburg
Plttsburg PlttsburgPa Pa Juno 3 3Tho Tho roof of the theImmense theImmenso theimmense
Immense pipe pl o mill of the Best Manufac Manufacturing Manufacturing ManutacturIng ¬
turing Company was fired by a spark sparkfrom sparkfrom sparkfrom
from a 0 locomotive today and the build building buildIng building ¬
ing and stock was damaged to the ex extent extent extent ¬
tent of tGOOOO tGOOOOtO 60000
105 tO Round Trip to California CaliforniaVia CnllrornlaVIa CaliforniaVia
Via WashingtonSunset Route Return Returndifferent Returndlrrerent Returndifferent
different route Stopovers Standard Standardberth Standardborth Standardberth
berth US 18 tourist 550 A J Poston PostonGeneral PostonGeneml PostonGeneral
General Agent 905 F st st 70515th 705 15th st st nw nwAlabama nwAlnbnmn nwAlabama
Alabama Flooring 225 Per 100 Ft FtFrank FtFrank FtFrank
Frank Llbboy Lipbo Co C 6th N Y ave nw
GIRL SHOT FROM AMBUSH AMBxTSHMinn AIrIBUSHMiss
Miss 1111 Wctcnprel of Plttaliurjr IIt hll urgt Is IsWounded hVoundc IsWounded
Wounded Voundc While bile Sitting on Lawn LawnPlttsburg LnwnPftt8burg LawnPlttaburg
Plttsburg June I IJu Miss Amanda Wet Wettengel Wettengel YettenpJ
tengel daughter of Harry G Wettengel Wettangela Wettengelretired
a retired coal operator was shot last lastevening lAstverda lastevening
evening verda w white tle she w v wieg seated on the theIawa the1wlt thelawn
lawn In front roltt af f the home aome of ber brother brotherinlaw DrotherlA1tLW brothertnlaw
inlaw J T Gorraley in IACllart Csmrtlers rs township town township townhip ¬
ship shipA hip hipA
A shot was fired by some person Seereted se seoretsd Hreted
oretsd reted in a clump of boshes near J ellr the theGormiej theGwzaley theGormley
Gormiej hone 80 the bullet entering oaarJA 1t1 1t1leaPts hiss hissWettsnpds < M MWeiUttiers
WeiUttiers leaPts loft kg above the knee kD T Tyoung Th Thyoung Th ThTGUag
young womans 8 oeodttton is not serious seriousThere Jl8riolt5There noticesThere
There Is no apparent reason r fi fOr r the theattack theattack
attack attackHOKE attackHOKE
SMITH THE FAVORITE FAVORITEGeorgia FAVORITE FAVORITEGeorgia AYORITEGeorgia
Georgia Democratic Primaries To Today Today Today ¬
day Will Be Hotly Contested ContestedJinny ContestedInn ContestedMany
Many Inn Unusual Elements Enter Into IntoRace Info In10Rnce InfoRace
Race for the Governorship GovernorshipThin GovernorshipThill GovernorshipThis
Thin Year YearAtlanta YearAtlanta YearAtlanta
I
Atlanta Ga June X IThe The Georgia Geor l Dem Democratic DemocratIe Dennocratie ¬
ocratIe State primary prtma will be held to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow the principal contest being that thatfor thatfor thatfor
for the nomination for the governorship governorshipIn
In which Go Gov Hoke Smith is opposed tor forreelection torreelection torreelection
reelection by Joseph M r Brown of Cobb CobbCounty CobbCount CobbCounty
County Count once railroad commissioner commf comrn 8loner and anddeposed andd anddeposed
deposed d ed by Hoke Smith Managers MDa ers for forSmith forSmtlh forSmith
Smith and Brown both claim the State by bymajority b bJe
41010 Je majority The surface Indications Indicationsstrongly IncUeatiOIMIstrongly indicationsstrongly
strongly point to Gov GO Smiths renomina renomination renomination renomination
tion tionThe
The nomination of Brown would not notcause notcause notcause
cause surprise because so many maD elements elementshave etamentshavC elementshave
have entred entered en red into this campaign camp1 t1 which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been OO n absent In others Brown has hasthe basthe hasthe
the support of the whisky hllky forces angered angeredbecause angeredbecause
because Gov Go Smith signed t ed the prohibition prohibitionbill prohlbttionbill prohibitionbill
bill the railroads and the politicians politicianswhom politicianswhom politicianswhom
whom Smith overthrew two years ago agoWatson agoWatson agoWatson
Watson the Populist leader who sup supported supported supported ¬
ported Gov Smith two years ago Is now nowlighting nowft nowfighting
lighting ft hUng him and officials of ot tho Farmers FarmersUnion FrmersUnion FarmersUnion
Union also are antagonistic to the gov governor go goerner governor ¬ I
ernor ernorOn ernerOn ernorOn
On the other hand Gov GO Smith will get getthe getthe getthe
the great majority of the prohibition prohibitionvotes prohibitionYotes prohibitionvotes
votes the traveling men the merchants merchantsof
of the cities Six of the Georgia Congress Congressmen Congressmen Congressmen ¬
men have opposition but probably will be bereturned boreturned bereturned
returned returnedGIRL returnedGmL returnedGIRL
GIRL RACES WITH TRAIN TRAINDarlnK TRAINDnrlng TRAINDaring
Daring Antoixt Takes Long Chances Clmnccnnnd CbnncclInnd Chancesand
nnd Escapes Unhurt UnhurtSayville UnhurtSay1l1c UnhurtSayville
Sayville Conn June 3 3Mrs Miss lss Marjorie MarjorleBourne MarjorloBourn MarjorieBourne
Bourne daughter of Frederick G Bourne Bournecommodore Boumacommodore Bournecommodore
commodore of the New York Yacht Club Clubraced Clubraced Clubraced
raced the G oclock express train tn 1 this thisevening thisovenlnG thisevening
evening in her automobile for five miles milesfrom mU66from milesfrom
from Isllp to Oakdale Owing Owln to a sharp sharpturn sharpturn sharpturn
turn in the road at the end of the course courseMiss courseMiss courseMiss
Miss Bourno lost out by a train length lengthAt lengthAt lengthAt
At tho Bayard Cutting crossing a dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous bit between Great River and Oak Oakdale Oakdale Oakdale
dale Miss tlss Bourne had to cross the rail railroad rallroad railroad ¬
road track directly in front of the train trainShe trainShe trainShe
She cleared it by only a few yards yardsWHY yardsWHY yardsWHY
WHY GRANT LEFT ARMY ARMYChandler ARMYCbamller ARMYChandler
Chandler Calls Upon G A R to toForce toForce toForce
Force Withdrawal of Charge ChargeNow OborgeNow ChargeNow
Now York June 3 3Former Former Senator SenatorChandler ScmntorChandler SenatorChandler
Chandler telegraphs tho following from fromWashington mmWashington fromWashington
Washington WashingtonTo
To the New w York World WorldOn Wor1dOn WorldOn
On Sunday I telegraphed tc1m ed to the World W ld that I was wasnot wssnot ITUnot
not aware that Gen Grant resigned from the army armyin armyIn armyin
in ISM 1 under an impending courttautial on account accountof accountof accountof
of his weakness for strong ItrOni drink I hare tinea rnee mado madoInquiry madeInqulrr madoinquiry
Inquiry and now deny tho charge Ho resigned be beojiso J beamo > I Iomo
ojiso he saw MI no chance of supporting his hisramllr grortna grortnafamily gmxiagfamily
family on army rmJ pay Tho authors of tho cfaargo cfaargoshould chUishould dhargoshould
should Withdraw othdnw it and It Is tho duty of tho Grand GrandArmy GrandAnnr GrandArmy
Army of tho Republic to demand such withdrawal withdrawalWILLIAil wlthdnun1WILLIA31 withdrawalWILLIAM
WILLIAM E Eo OIIAXDLER OIIAXDLERJ
J II Smnll Sons Sou Florists Florists14th Florillb14th Florists14th
14th G Washn Wash n WaldorfAstoria 1153 1153MlaHliiNlnpl 1153Bdwny 1153Bawdy
Bawdy N Y Steamer orders 0 specialty specialtylUlIIINtppl specialtyMississtppl
MlaHliiNlnpl Flooring FloorlnlrJ 3223 = s Per 100 Ft l FtFrank t tFrank
Frank Libbey Co oth oth N Y aye ow Dire
SUIT TO LAY BARE BAREPITTSBURG BAREPITTSBURG BAREPITTSBIIRQ
PITTSBURG SCANDAL SCANDALHalf
Half Million Kakeoffin Pub Public Public Publie ¬
lic Building Site SitePKOMIENT SitePROMPiE SitePROMINENT
PROMINENT PROMPiE MEN ME INVOLVEDFormer INVOLVED INVOLVEDFormer mvp VBD VBDFormer
Former Secretary Secretar of the Treasury TreasuryShaw TrcflliUr TrcflliUrShnw TreasuryShaw
Shaw Accepts Location nt OOOOOO fO00000Suit OOOOOOSnlt OOOOOSuit
Suit liy b Lnw Ln Firm Against Rcnl BH BHtnte BHtate Entate
tate Dealers Will 111 Produce Stnrtllnj StnrtllnjRcvelatlonx StnrtllnJRcveJntlonK StartlingRevelations
Revelations Union WithdrawnPittsburg Withdrawn WithdrawnPittsburg lthdrnwnPitt
Pittsburg Pitt Wg Pa June J S IA A tremendous tremendousscandal treIDeadO treIDeadOsoandat tremendousscandal
scandal is threatened over ftI the sate to the theFederal tbeFederal theFederal
Federal government of Ute Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet SlxteeRtAstreet Sixteenthattest
street site for the new posiotifoe poetot ice which whichber whichv whichwas
v was M tglKOll8l7 oppo opposed e4 tI7 the eba cham chamber a aber
ber of commerce and almost t the combined combmedbusiness com combuIaese combinedbusiness
business interests of Pittsburs PIt bat which whichwas wlatchS whichs
was s S accepted by Leslie ML M Shaw then thenSecretary tbenSecretary thenSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury in 1 spite SjIIi spit of the theprotest tINProt theproteet1
protest protestSuit Prot ProtSutt proteet1 proteet1Suit
Suit has been entered by Wise sir Minor Minorfirm MInora
a a firm of attorneys against Lennox LeanoxArmstrong LennoxArmstrong i iArmstrong
Armstrong real estate brokers for their theirshare theirshart theirshare
share of the commission and if this case caseconies caHcomes casecomes
comes to trial the entire scandal will It HIs ItIs itis
Is said be exposed exposedThc et exposedThe OMCI OMCIThe
The Sixteenth street sU site te S in no mea manner meaner BI6Aner ¬
ner suitable for tike te postoffice o ke being nt nta In Inn Ina
a remote part oC the city bet Mr Ir Shaw Shawcould Sbwcould Shawcould
could not be convinced of this U a fact by b the thebusiness t thebusiness e ebusln086
business men of the city After much delay de dolay delay
lay he accepted the site for JMO F0000N F0000NWant OOQ OOQnnt 0 0AVnnt
Want nnt Suit TV Withdrawn WithdrawnDesperate Vlt1ulrnwnDesperate th drawn drawnDesperate
Desperate efforts are being made to tohave Whave tohave
have the suit of Wise Minor with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn and It is I possible that it will never nevercome De Decome nevercome
come to trial There is said to be in ex existence exa exIstenee ¬
istence a list of names of persons who whowere wbIDwere whbwere
were to receive a a rakeoff from the r rof sale saleof Ie Ieof
of this property propertyTho propertyI propertyThe
Tho list starts oft with ith the name of a amost 8 8I amost
most prominent man and opposite oppo tte him himare himarG himare
I are the figures 15698 This is I the largest largestsum larpstI largestsum
I sum named and the list goes on down un unUt un until UftI ¬
I til it roaches 61 which was to paid to a apress apress I II
I press agent for fo booming the site Real Realestate RMle Realestate
estate e tnto agents declare that the government governmentwas V8lmneot V8lmneotns
was ns trimmed to the tun tune of SQMM on thc thetransaction thctransaction tbctrnnSRcUon
transaction transactionWRIGHTS trnnSRcUonWRIGHTS transactionWRIGHTS
WRIGHTS PLAN FLIGHT FUGHTAeroplane FLIGHTAeroplane
I
Aeroplane Taken to Resilience of ofMurciui ofJlnrllaI ofMarquis
Marquis tie Herschel at Blain IHainParis DlalnParIs BlainParis
Paris June 3 3A A dispatch from Nantes Nantesto Nanteto
to tho Echo do Paris reports the arrival arrivalof arrhlof arrivalof
of the Wright brothers at Blaln near nearNantes nearNantes nearNantes
Nantes An aeroplane has been taken to tothe tothe tothe
the residence of Marquis de Horachel Horacheland Horxhe1and Horscheiand
and in this the Wright brothers will give givean givean givean
an exhibition of their Invention It isbelieved is isbelieved IsbeHoved
believed that tho first flight lght will 111 take takeplace takoplaco takeplace
place in a fortnight fortnightSEEKS fortnightSEEKS fortnightSEEKS
SEEKS ARREST OF EDITOR EDITORDetective EDITORDctcethe EDITORDetective
Detective in Graft Prosecution Says SnynHe 501IIc SaysHe
He Wan Libeled by DC Young YounprSan Youn YounSan YoungSan
San Francisco June 3 3W W J Burns Burnsohlof Durnsohlot Burnschief
chief detective for the graft prosecution prosecutiontoday prosecutIontoday prosecutiontoday
today got out a warrant for the arrest arrestof arrestot arrestof
of M H De Young proprietor of theSan the theSan UteSnn
San Francisco Chronicle for criminal criminallibel criminallIbol criminallibel
libel libelBurns lIbolBurns libelBurns
Burns alleges that last Saturday the theChronicle thoChronlolo theChronicle
Chronicle printed an article on an n am affidavit amdnylt amdavit ¬
davit made by b Snoll a witness in the theDr theDr theDr
Dr Porrm land fraud case in which it itwas ItWQs itwas
was Intimated that Burns had suborned subornedBnoll suborned8no11 subornedSnell
Bnoll to commit perjury perjuryThis perJuryThis perjuryThis
This publication Burns says is false falseHo falseHe falseHe
He says ho will prosecute the case It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is not thought Burns will carry tho suit suitthrough suitthrough suitthrough
through throughtZ throughl2
9121 tZ l2 Sunday Sl1ntlnDlulmont Blucmont nnd Return ItetnrnLoave ReturnLoon ReturnLeave
Loon Washington 9 and and9 9sl6 16 am So Ry RyGcorcm RyG RyGeorgia
Georgia G ortf a Flooring 8250 s O Per 100 Ft FtFl3nk FtPrank
Prank Libboy Llbboy Co 6th N NY Y ave nw nwC nwt
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GERGIA IA CALLS ll llmR
1 1FORROOSEVELT mR FORROOSEVELT FORROOSEVELTState RO 5E ElT ElTState
State Ready to Give Him Her EerElectoral HerElectoral TierElectoral
Electoral Vote VoteWOULD VoteI
I
WOULD W0 LD > M MAEE A SWEEP SWEEPBoswoll SW EP EPRlsll E P PRaS1all
Boswoll Movement t Is Gather Gathering Gathering Gathering ¬
ing Great Proportions ProportionsPetition ProportionsPctitlon r rPetition
Petition Started nt Home of Presi Presidents Prealdcnta Presidcnta ¬
dcnta Mother Accumulates Signa Signature Signnture8 Signature ¬
ture from Every Quarter QuarterExCon QuarterExContellcrntcs QuarterExConfederates ExCon ExConfederates ¬
federates Champion It Enthusias Enthulllnstlcull Enthusiastically Enthusiastically ¬
tlcull tically and Insist that Roosevelt Is Isthc I Ithc Isthe
thc Man to Break thc Solid South SouthBy SouthD
f By D JAMES US XEVIS XEVISAtlanta SBINAtlaata NEVINAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Ga fane lGQOIs 1 Georgia will vote votefor votefer votefor
for Theodore Theodore Roosevelt in November If Ifby Itby ifby
by any chance he be the nominee of the theChicago theCblcap theChicago
Chicago convention conventionThJ CORftlttJonTIdIr conventionTills
ThJ Tills may seem a a startling statement statementto
to make ke but it is fully warranted by byconditions byncilt bystSreditl0m
conditions conditionsReosoveft stSreditl0mReoeevett ncilt nciltR
Reosoveft R Mt te the only Republican who whocsWM whocteI4 whoceeld
csWM com COIDe within many maR thousands thett ttDd8 of ofvotes ott ofti
votes ti t ts of carrying the tit Stale With Bryan Bryanthe BlTanUte Bryanthe
the candidate against anybody bUt bu but Roe Roosevelt RHHvt Roevelit ¬
velt Georgia a will 1n be as safely 1 Temoercilc Dome Domeetatfc > emo emoTexu
ercilc as Texas TexasThe TexuThe TexasThe
The movement IDOftIDO t recently started in Roswell Ros RoswM Roswell
well the Presidents mothers oM home hometown IN bornetown IM IMtv
town tv looking to a renominatton renondaat1 t of ofBooeeveit otRoeIneIt ofRoseyolt
Booeeveit has developed the most re remarkable r rarkable remarkable
markable arkable situation ever kDo known in inGeorgias inGIiIIKPa inGeorgias
Georgias political history historyHOTV hlstorY1I0w hstoryHow
How Roiwell Movement Spread SpreadThe SprcadTIM SpreadThe
The original petition d demanding R Reoc e
volts velt reootalnaUon Itton was started by an anexMayor anex anexMsyor
exMayor ex of Rosweli a Mr R G GBroadwell GBroadweU GBaoadweu
Broadwell hi a very modest may rat It Itis Itis
is doubtful that the stBttam seautaa tttoaght tttoaghthe ftbt ftbthe
he would attract any aD particular atten attention attenUoD attention ¬
tion outside outal e his own immediate t baili bailiwick bal1l1clc bauiwIck ¬
wick 1clc When he did go out among the theL theecl therevered
revered ecl voters of L JIll home me town townhowever townhoWev townhowever
however hoWev he was astounded to ftnd that thatli4 thatlit
14 of them readily signed his petition petitionwhile petition0DI7 petitionwhile
while only two absolutely ute17 declined to to t do doso doso dono
so Th Phil so gratilted the exmayor exma or that thatho thatbe thathe
ho went out into Ida home county with withhnt withIeftIoL withhis
his petition Soon more than 500 names namesThis naMawere nameswere
were added This got ot into the nws nwsbeen nEWItaDd newepatlere
patlere aDd It baa been necessary ne < sa to tocarry toc1T7 tocarry
carry Mr Broadwells mail to him In Inextra Inextra inextra
extra sacks ewer since sinceFrom alaeIFrom threeFrom
From every part of Georgia Geor ia have come comeletters comeletter 4 me meto
letters to the Rosw Rwen H man They repre rrpreseat represent rtPfttile ¬
sent = the beat class ctu ot citizens in the theEmpire theEnIpIreStam theUmpire
Empire EnIpIreStam State of tile South I know be because because because ¬
cause I have rand J dozens of them 1 1was I IWU Iwas
was born and ad reared m In Georgia and I Iam IAm Iam
am personally acquainted with hundreds hundredsof
of the writers I never encountered any anything mythm wything ¬
thm thing in the way of a political situation situationthat situationthat situationthat
that compares even en remotely with it itThere Itner itThere
There ner is no Taft enthusiasm tIa here hcr liven Kventhe liventhe en enthe
the postmasters and Federal omoobold omoobolders oCfJboldare o cehold ceholdern
ers are listless uue and privately tell you it itIs ItIII itis
Is the President the people want at for the thenext theDGt thenext
next four years yeanaot not Taft or anybody anybodyelse aQDocbelse anybodyelse
else that the Republicans have to offer offerIt oafIIt o0ferIt
It is Roosevelt ROCMIfteItDObod7 nobody but Roosevelt RooseveltNot Roo RooseveltNot wlt wltNot
Not Confined to Any 4ny ClassThle Class ClassThis ClassThill
This Roosevelt enthusiasm is not confined con confined conftDecl ¬
fined to any 7 clan c of dtisens ettl1le L Bankers Bankersstand Bukersstaad Bankersstand
stand shoulder to shoulder oulder with farmers farmerslawyers farmersYen farmerslawyers
lawyers Yen crowd crowe in the band wagon war D along alongside alongside alongside ¬
side of workingmen in overalls In At Atlanta AtJaata Atlanta ¬
lanta the greatest tt city eft in this section sectionof RCtionthe sectionof
of the South and a business btMtDe II stronghold stroagholdof
of national importance more than 2000 2000names t000names 000 000DAmM
names have been added to the original originalRosweli ortpnnlI originalRoswell
I R Roswell list The lists are growing in inSavannah inSaVaDIU inSavannah
SaVaDIU Savannah a Macon and Augusta AugustaA Am AmA
A financier f who is known all over overtho oyerUta overthe
the South said I to me in Atlanta today todayIt todayIt todayIt
It ta Roosevelt the people want lit not a asubstitute aS1I asubstitute
S1I substitute tImte We people of the South South nave naveten have havethe ve vethe
the vtmo ubuost t eonAdeDee ba his 5OOdlaten 5OOdlatentioM good baton batonhone ten tenuous ¬
hone He would carry ctt Georgia unquestloriably unques unquestionably WlliflUestIoaabIY ¬
tionably tionablyA
A farmer from Catoosa County remark remarked remarked remarked ¬
ed My father was a a Confederate vet veteran veteran veteran ¬
eran I have never voted anything but buta buta buta
a a straight Democratic ticket in my life lifeBut UfeBat lifeBut
But if Roosevelt Is nominated I will ofl1 vote votefor votefor VOtefor
for him and my four sons win 11t do like likewise lIkeHe likewise ¬
wise He Is half Georgian anyhow anbO He Hei Hecould Hecould
i could just naturally leave this tl country countryreunited countf countfreunttect countryreunited
reunited and contented coateliledIn in a condition conditionthat CDndItionth conditionthat
that th t we would all delight to too see I love loveMr keMr loveMr
Mr Bryan and Mr Taft is a good man manbut manbut manbut
but Roosevelt ROORV Jt who is the President Pre ldeat of ofall otan ofall
all the people should complete the work workhe work1M workhe
he ha baa commenced He could not disre disregard dtsrethe disregard ¬
gard the voice voICe of the people people pIe and he hewould hewould hewould
would not notThese notTheM notThese
These are not occasional ocea IoDlll statements statementsnot atateentsDOt statementsnot
not hot air They are statements that thatyon thatrou thatyou
yon hear on every hand Any man who whocares whocar whocarees
cares car may verify them There is a pro profound profOUDd profound ¬
found impression abroad in n Georgia that thatRoosevelt thatRooee thatRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rooee t would sweep HP the State If re renominated renominated renominated
nominated that be would smash the thosolid theulOIJcl thesolid
ulOIJcl solid South into smithereens anltbereeMJeave leave It Itmerely ItmereJT itmerely
merely a political memorr mmo7 and a song songThe songrllc songTire
The Famous o n 10UH Petition PetitionHere PetltlonHere PetitionHere
Here is a copy of the now famous Ros Rosweil Roswell Boawell
well petition petJtlona A petition mind you OU that thatnow thatnow thatnow
now has more than th n NCOO 100 Georgia names namesattached namesattacll namesattached
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standard of honor JIM ate to glee III equal 1 rights risbUto ridlbto rightsto
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