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DEAL IN MAINE
President-elect Not Party to
Scheme to Elect Progres
STANDS BY GARDNER
Governor Sends Second Menage to
New Jersey Legislature, Urging
Prompt State Legislation.
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H Jo. nail Chase.
"I NEED NINE HOUKS'
SLEEP," SAYS WILSON
Trenton. V J Jan 14 'I need
nine hours of uninterrupted sleep
ever) twcnt)-four hours." said
President-elect Wilson to a re
If I fail to get that much
sleep" the President-elect volun
teered -I don't feel half right.
Sometimes I think that mj men
tal machlner doesn t net with
that precision which it should
whenever I have failed to get ray
regular amount of sleep "
Do tou contemplate getting
nine hours of uninterrupted sleep
everv night while )ou are Presi
dent'" the reporter asked
The question seemed to site
the President-elect a shock
If I don t Bet as much sleep
in the W hlte House as I need,"
he replied 1 11 know the reason
wh) and put a stop to it "
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THE KAMERA MAN
W. J. KROySE, &&
DOS O st. 3V, . w.
We clre Ilcrald 835,000 contest Totea-
Princeton. X. J , Jan It. President
elect Wilson contrary to reports from
Washington, lias not pen his indorse
ment to an) plans for the election of a
Progressive Republican as United States
senator from Maine, the Democrats to
combine with the Bull Moose Legislature
with that end in view. Moreover, the
President-elect has not agreed to an
such plan in an) of the other doubtful
States like New Hampshire, Illinois, and
South Dakota Gov Wilson's desire
is to have Democrats elected to the
United Mates benate wherever that Is
He expressed himself cmphatlcall) on
this point to-da). when his attention was
called to the alleged deal in Maine,
where, according to rumor Senator Oba
diah Gardner was to have been sacrificed
by the Democrats in favor of somo pro
gressive who would agree to support
Gov Wilsonts policies Indeed, Sena
tor Gardner is coming here for a con
ference with the President-elect to
morrow, and he will then bo told that
the President-elect hopes the Democrats
In Maine will stand by him to the end,
win or lose.
"The only thing In which I am in
terested in any State lr a similar situa
tion," said the President-elect to-day, .s
the election of a Democrat. So far as I
have Interested myself In the situation
in Maine it has been In behalf of Oba
diah Gardner for Senator I hope that
progressive Democrats will be elected In
all tne Sta'es."
Confer nrlth Sanlsbnry.
The President-elect to-day held a con
ference with Willard It Saulsbur), who,
according to report, stands the best
chance of winning out in the tight for
United States Senator In Delaware. Mr
Saulsbur) said the Democrats In th
Delaware Legislature have six votes to
spare on joint ballot. The caucus will
be held next Monda, and the legislative
vote w'll be taken a week from next
ednc--daj Mr SauHburv sa the op
position seems to be centering its efforts
on keeping a sufficient number of votes
awav from the caucus to prevent hii
selection, but he has reason to believe
this scheme will not prove successful
The Prcident-elect was asked bv the
correspondents what he meant bv the
statement in Mis . liicaco speech that h
would surround hrmelf bj progressives
fena oni progressives when he assumed
the Pretidencj whether he meant Dem-
ccratlc progressives or Progressives of
"To tell the truth." he answered, "1
arr alwavs surprised at the parts of ra
tpeeches that attract attention, because
thtv are aluavs to mv mind, the obvious
rarts That was a perfectly obvious
position for me to take I had tiken It
throughout the campaign Therefore.
when I am asked for specifications. I
haven't anj I wasn t thinking in speci
fications at ail I was Just thinking in
tind5-nte of mind
The President-eleit war asitcd about
the report that Rhlnelandcr Waldo was
being urged upon him for governor gen
eral of the Philippines.
"The lirst mention of Mr Waldos
name that has been made to me came
to-daj from John Hanson Kennard," he
In ndditlon to Scnrtor Gardner, the
P-esldcnt-e'ect will have as visitors to
morrow benator-tlect Ollle M James of
Kentmkj and fcenator William J. Stone
The President-elect has accepted an In
vitation to attend a private dinner to be
given bj the New Jersev State senators
r Atlantic Citj. January Si. He gave
Ids promise to-daj to a committee con
tlstlng of senators Johnson, Reed, and
President-elect W oodrow W llson, in his
eapacltv as Governor of Xew Jersej,
sent his second annual message to the
Legislature, which convened to-dav. It
was his last formal appeal to the Legis
lature for the completion of the pro
gramme of progressive legislation for
which he declared himself when he too
Foremost among the laws advocated
are a ndical revision of the statutes
governing corporations and better laws
In the matter of drawing Juries. The
Governor recommends the commission
form of government for cities, and
speaks strongl In favor of economics
in the State administration In conclu
sion he expresses the hope that New
Jersey will ratify the constitutional
amendments providing for a tax on In
comes, and the election of .United States
senators Dy direct vote or the people.
GO TO AID OF DISABLED SHIP.
Xew York, Jan U Officials of the
pi imburg-American Steamship Companj
received a wireless late this afternoon
from the steamship Mlnnetonka. of the
Atlantic Transport Line, that their ship,
the Tlsa, was proceeding to the assist
ance of the steamship Abjsslnla and ex
Ptjkted to reach her before nightfall.
Tbe position of the Abyslnnla Is given as
about 300 miles southeast of Sable
Island. The Tlsa left New York, Jan
uary I and the Mlnnetonka is due here
Wireless messages received from the
agents of the White Star Line In Halifax
earner in tne aay said the steamship
Canada reported she had intercenteri tt
wireiess of tne steamship Armenian and
read that the Armenian had the Abjs-i
slnia in tow, but that she had lost her
Pgain in the fog later In the day. Ihe
Abyssinia is a freighter with a crew of I
torti. bhe carries no passengers. I
Congress in Brief. .
Senator Root Introdaced a bill to re
peal the toll clause of the Panama Canal
bill so as to prevent discrimination I
favor of American ships.
Senator Pomerene Introduced a reso
lution to amend the Constitution so as
to provide that Impeachment trials
other than those of the President. Vice
President, und members of the Supreme
Court of the United btate". to be held in
lommlttec? also enlarging the causes for
Senator Gore Introduced a bill to pro
vide for changing the membership of
the Supreme Court from nine to eleven
members and making seven constitute a
Senator Root introduced a resoluUon
authorizing the President to arrange for
a conference among representatives of
the United States. Mexico and the Do
minion of Canada for the protection of
Furthei hearing was held before the
Senate Committee on Commerce on the
seamen's labor bill. Victor A. Olander,
representing the Lake Seamen's Union-,
appeared' In support of the bill
The Commltteo on Indian Affairs
agreed to report the resolution directing
the Attorney General to investigate af
fairs on the Crow Indian Reservation.
W. W. Wlnflcld, colored, formerly em
Plojed In the office of the Standard Oil
Compan. told the Clapp committee of
the alleged theft of Standard Oil corre
spondence from John D Archbold's files.
V Infield said he received less than HA
as his share In the sales which wro
negotiated bv Charles Stumph. another
colored emplove. Gilchrist Stewart, a
colored detective, employed by former
Senator Forakcr, concluded his testi
mony. Senator Cummins made an unsuccess
ful effort to get consideration of the
Works resolution providing for a single
Presidential tenn of six vears. Senator
Bacon offered an amendment to tho res
olution, fixing the term at four vears
and making the President ineligible for
Senator McLean of Connecticut deliv
ered his maiden speech In the Senate.
lie spoke in support of his bill to pro
tect migratory birds bv the establish
ment of zones
The Senate snent mnr. than tnn hnnr
In executive session dl-cusslne armv ap
pointments by President Taft, chiefly the.
nomination of W w W otherspoon, to
be major gcnenl The opposition was
led by Senitor Bristow. because Wother-
spoon has been advanced over the heads
of Gen. Tred Funston. of Kansas, and
other officers The controvenv was end
Hi bj the confirmation of Gen Wother
Colored Messenger Corrobor
ates Story Concerning Oil
WORKING FOR F0RAKER
Witness Tells Senate Committee How
He Fooled Detectives in
William Winkfield. of Chicago, for
mer!) employed as a messenger In the
office of John D Archbold, of the Stan
dard Oil Company, vesterday told the
Sinate committee his version of the
theft of letters from the private flics In
tho oflice of Mr. Archbold It was the
llrst appearance of the negro as a wit
ness In the investigation Winktleld said
ho resided at SHI Wabash Avenue. Chi
cago, that he was formerly emploved on
i railroad train in the Pullman service,
but was now out of emplovment.
The negro corroborated In the general
details the story given to the commit
tee by Gilchrist Stewart, the negro law
vir employed b ex-Senator Toraker.
Briefly, the story was that Winkfield
was emploved by the Standard Oil
Companv us messenger at the time One
day he read In the New York American
the stor about a telegram that had
passed between the Standard Oil Com-
I anj and some one In Washington
"I spoke to mj chum, Charles .Stump,
about It.' said the witness, "while we
talked an office bov named Frank Mer-
ull spoke up and said he could show
us the telegram He got the letter book
and showed it to us I took a cop) of
the telegram and gave it to Stump, who
t''sposed of it "
Discovered In Ihcft.
The witness explained that Stump was
an emplove of the Standard al"o The
cop of the telegram, tho witness ex
p'alned. was published one afternoon on
holida) In a Hearst newspaper. "I
never knew an) thing more about the tak
ing of letters and telegrams from Mr.
rchbold s office until about four
months later when one evening as I was
on m) wa) home I remembered I had
left m) ke)s. I went back after them
and found stump going through Mr
Archbold's desk, which watt unlocked.
tump was very much scjred and said
that there would bo something in it
for me '
The witness said that Stump explained
to him that he and his brothcr-ln-Utw, a
man named "Zlirnu " or "Clmmer,' who
worked In Vese) Street, were doing bus
iness together, in marKcting Mr Arch
bold s correspondence Stump agreed to
lako the witness In on a basis of one
third of what was received
lie ioia me inai ilia nesjaier men
wanted him to git all th letters he
could obtain from Mr Archbold s tiles.
esng-ofnllc lffr nHMrn in S. njlim nnrl
others In Washington " I
itiu jou Kit e uie iiaiiit" ut an) vi
thec newspaper men" asked Mr Clapo
Winkfield named a "Mr. Kdd" as one
whose name lie had he-ird Stump men
tion On thq da mentioned the wit
ness said two letters written to Mr.
rchboId and two letter-eop)lng Iiooks
were taken The boks were taken at
' SO in the afternoon, and Stump told
him thev were returned the following
momirg at V o clock. The witness trs.
titled thit Stump told him he received
!l,OX for the telegram, of which witness
"How much was paiJ In all for the let
ters and telegrams '
I can onl) saj how much I received.
It was less than tt.Yi0" replied Wink
field He said he never had knowledge
of an) other thefts of letters, telegrams,
or letter-book flies except those he had
testified to He never saw afterward
what purported to be copies of them
He had heard from Stump that only
S.O0 was paid b) 'the newspaper men"
for the use of the letter-file book over
night. Stump told him that J1.CO0 s?aeh
was paid for the letters
Stump, he explained, left Standard Oil
emplo) earl) In 1903, soon after the theft.
th witness quit In June following
Winkfield testified that he never knew
of but two letters being taken, and when
he saw more than that number pub
lished, he asked Stump, who claimed that
he dldn t know, where the) came from
Passing from the details of the raid
on Mr. Archbold s letter file. Chilrman
Clapp cirricd fie witness to Chicago.
who gathered him In. Thejr came in
"You meun all thirty were In taxi
cabs V . v
"No," replied the witness, but on re
flection he reconsidered and said, "Yes."
'How many went with )ou Into the,
.Hearst newspaper offlceT"
Eight or ten." was the reply. Stewart
Raid that ho hoped to be able soon to
give the committee the name of the man II
wno pnotograpned tne Archbold letters.
Mewart denied that he had ever been
employed by the Standard Oil Company
or Paul Cravath.
"I have never talked with anybody
connected with tho Standard Oil about
tne case, said the witness.
"Who empio)ed your
Lx-senator Forakcr," was the reply.
Ana ne paia our
i suppose he will pay me." was the
PLANS FOR FUTURE
After defeating the Cullop amendment
to nulllf) the executive order placing
fourth-class postmasters under the civil
service, the House passed the post-offlce
appropriation bill, which carries approxi
niatel) SITS 000 000
Representative Murdock again brought
up the prohibition Isue which was
thrashed out Momla) He moved to re
commit the bill, with instructions that
It be reported back containing an amend
ment prohibiting tho transmission
through the malls of letters, circulars.
icwspapers and magazines, publishing
wnisKj aavcrtlsements. Representative
Sherley of Kentuck) raised a point of
order against the motion and after
parllamentar) skirmish It was ruled out
of order on the ground that It was not
germane to the bill under a rule that
amendments seeking to reduce expendi
tures ma) be considered as germane
Speaker Clark held there wan no wav
to determine that the amendment would
reduce expenditures, and that therefore
It could not be entertained This re
lieves tho House of a vote on tho pro
The Glass subcommittee of the Banklnir
ana currency committee continued
Hearings Festus Wade, of the Amer
ican Rankers' Association, defended the
.vldrlch currene) plan
The Wajs and Means Committee con
tinued Its tariff hearings
The Committee on the Llbrari report
ed the Senate resolution approving the
plan of the Fine Arts Commission for
the erection of the memorial to Abra
ham Lincoln on the banks of the Poto
mac River In Washington The commit
tee did not recommend the substitute
plan of a memorial hlghwav between
Washington and Gettysburg
URGES PROGRESSIVE LAWS.
Cov. James M. Cox "end. rirnt Mc-
aar to Ohio I.CRalattfre.
Columbus. Ohio. Jan II A long an J
comprehensive list of recommendations,
ranging In importance from a request
that moving picture shows bo censured
to a demand for the Initiative and refer
endum. Is contained in the first mes
sage of Gov James M Cox to the
Ohio Legislature to-da).
The message recalls man) of the
Present Chief Executive to Make His
Permanent Home at New
President Taft practically lias com
pleted his plans for tho next )ear, after
leaving the White House. These plans
Include a visit to Augusta, Ga . to which
point He will proceed directly from
the White House on March 4. the ful
fillment of his duties as Kent professor
oi jaie university during the spring
terrn. and a vacation spent at his old
summer homo at Mnrmv rt. r
The President will not return to
Beverly, where he has established his
ummer capital' sinre v,.fnn. t- t
dent, and will expatriate himself from
his native state, Ohio, and become a
citizen of Connecticut '
becretar) Hllles. It U .i, ....
and a personal stenographer, will re
main with the President for a short
time after March 4 The President will
not return to the White House after
me- inauguration or Gov Wilson but
will probabl) leave the clt) at once
for Augusta In respone to an invi
tation received some time ago he and
his rami!) and Secretary and Mrs
Hllles will be the guests of the muni
clpalit) of Augusta until March 7
Mls Helen Taft will accompany her
parents on this trip, but Robert and
Charles Taft will probabl) remain in
The President will arrive In New
Haven In time to take up his new
duties at the beginning of the spring
term at "ia amI wjj Mop at the
Hotel Taft At the cloe of the te-m
In June he will proceed with Ms family
to Murra) Ba)
He will return to New Haven in the
fall, where he will occup) a home
which will be purchased in the meantime
The Oldeat Remedy Knoira
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liver, and bone's. You can now buy a
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New Management. Improved Service.
carr) out their pledge to the people
Among the demunds and recommenda
tions arc the following
Short ballot, separate ballots for State
and .National officers, home rule for
cities, tu revision to Include tanglblu
and intangible properties ror public ser
vice corporations. Initiative and refer
endum, reduction In hours of labor for
women and restriction of right to em
jlov children In fictorlcs, rc-ifflrmation
of constitutional amendment for direct
election of United States Senator,
legulatlon of liquor traffic so the ques
tion ' slnil cease to be a football of
politics." laws to safeguard investors
and law providing for censorship over
movies Many others, some originally
proposed by Gov. Harmon, are made.
Christ Stewart. emplo)ed b) former Sen
ator Forakcr was in Chicago trjing to
get the witness to make a statement,
VMnkliell told or nn experience with
' detectives almost ns thrilling as that
related b) Stewart, who was a witness,
Mevinrt on stnml.
The hearing was Interrupted at this j
point by the meeting of the Senate It
will be continued this morning Before
Winkfield took tho stand )esterJay
morning, Gilchrist Stewart, the negro
law)cr, was cross-examined by Senator
Pomerene Stewart said the "detectives"
who carried him away in Chicago last
December presented two "warrants."
Stewart told Senator Pomerene that there
were about thirty of the "detectives"
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