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NUMBER 6014 W WA ASHINGlON HZNG20 MONDAY ONDA DAY IpVE EVENING TINGt JUNE 1 15 1908 PRICE ONE 0 NE CENT
DROWNS HIMSELF HIMSELFMOURNING HIMSELFV HIMSELFMOURNINGBROTHER V
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MOURNING MOURNINGBROTHER MOURNINGBROTHERWilliam BROTHER BROTHERYill
Yill William am H Barnes Unable Unableto
to SI Sleep ep Since Easter EasterJumps EasterJumps
Jumps Into River RiverWATGHVlAN Riveru
u WATGHVlAN ATr G H1VIAl SEES SEESAN
MAN AN END HIS LIF LIFSuicide LIFE LIFESuicide
Suicide Carried Clipping Telling TellingHow TelliQgHow
How Brother Ha Had BeenKilled BeenKill BeenKilledin
edin ed in Bed br a aWitk Glis GlisWith
With a 1Mwpper eUpoInc ef kls 1118brothera klsbrot
brothera brot eca tragio death by upItxtaUon upItxtaUon1n
1n hill coat OILt pocket ket 1fUDam 1t11am H Burnes Burnessixtyrive BaI BaIsxtrM
sxtrM year of e waked ed from fromhis from fromhl
hl his h host E 11II J street nortbe lt to tA tAAnacotia the theAnaoeatia
Anacotia bridle took oil hw dothtnl dothtnlon
on the draw dr W IUd plu plunged ed Into the Eut Euttrn Eaatern
trn Branch at 210 iO o oclockthl8 clock thts morn raornleorae
1 1ueor leorae ueor Langley watotnn1 on the neW neWbndle newbridge
bridge Which ia being oontructed COn Tucted about abouttaty about1aty
taty Tania above oe old pne M aaw tb tbm tbq tbqman
m man t a b be leaped peeL IUKle hurried to toth6 tothe
the draw but Barnes Barnes had d1sp dtnppaod dtnppaodLefore 8ared 8aredetore
etore be reached bins At t bite lour lwurthi lourthin
thin thi afternoon his bod body b bad d DOt DOtdlecoyete been beendiecovete
dlecoyete dlecoyeteBaIM diecoveteIIarna
BaIM had been a auftMr front 1It 1Itaomaia iensomata
aomaia since his brothers death Eaatef EaatefSundaT BaaterSunday
Sunday ad for week he had not cloned cloMdha clonedhis
ha e eyta HI Hia inability to obtain obt in rdt rdtand rstitand
and his persistent Mt otueala ref to use any anyt y ydru I
t dru drug that would produce nicest Wd Wddrivell hdlddriven
driven HIm desperate aid 1t I is beI beIlie bSIMVOel bSIMVOelhe
lie was was temporarily deranged derancedllis derangedHis
His Libber 1t8Uai Dead DeaiCharles DeadCharles
Charles A Barn Barnes a brother o of the thedroY thedrowna3
droY drowna3 j nan WU found dead in bed 1MdEuter bedEaster
Easter sadly with the gas turned on onlie onlie
lie had been tm In the best o of spirits the tbenight thenight
night before and after an 1nvclsatioll 1nvclsatiollof
of L e Coroner Xevltt save p II eer eertlncate certsflcate
tlncate ot accidental death deathSince deathSince
Since t tat t tJJDe William Barnes had hadbeen hadbeen
been a Iuwtsr tromD from olaal Eight NIKhtafter
s
after night he would Walk the floor ftoorun flooruntil
un until l d7break d ybreak and ors Mreral oeoo oeooo ococsona
sona o be had walked the 5tieet an an1Jl alltight
tight 1Jl ht several friends spent Iaet t eVeR eVeRinK eveningntth
inK ingntth With JIIf and Mrs Barnea at their tbetihome theirhome
home Mil x Barnes retired about 11 11o 11o
o clock hut hy husband seId dr k kno was wasno
no UP for him to go to bed u be could couldnot couldnot
not alofM alofMQt seep seepQl
Qt lUU be all right ht blot wife told toldhlln toldhim
him Go to bed the way I do and dont dontthlDk dontthink
think anything aboutlt about it The first t trou thing thingyou
you Jmo know you will n be asleep lUIIpIIid asleepBarnes
Barnes said that he would alt It up upwhllt a awhll
whllt whll i0Osrd tsr9uk3elewldiest tsr9uk3elewldieste ki te ha hare
re e felt sleepy 9hortlyattM Shortly after mi8ugitt mi8ugittMra t tMrs
Mrs Bar Barnes heard tit the front door close elOfloeLihe closeshe
she auppoeed that her husband had hadgone had hadgnne
gone out to take a walk Del paid no noI nospecial
I special attention to the tact that he waa waaenot waanot
not home for bfealttat thlnklnc thlnkin that tbathe thathe
he had probably walked th the IJteeta alt altnight altnight
night and gone dlrecUy to workWadcbed work workWatc1Md
Watc1Md Barnes aI1lea Uai UailAny eas easlanky
lanky was tandtntt on the aew aewbridge ew ewbndae
bridge when he aw a man tart to toero 10crow
ero crow the old structure When M Mreaebed hereached
reached the draw the JDA a > an atarted tl taking C1nC
1nC 0 hta clothing lAD Langley Jealtz reaUzfng Jealtzlng
lng that t the man was acting arlLA atraagely atraagelywatched ly lywatclMd
watched him He took 0 off < his 00t 00tv coat coatv
v st 8t and hat hat anti throwing his cane canedOWJr cutedora
dora elmDecl climbed up h the railing ADa ADajump6d auuujumped
jumped In the water Barnes was wasidentllted as asIdentllMd
IdentllMd by a aote ook lit hi hie COt COtpoket coatpockett
poket which contained hUi name and andaddrM andaddreae
addrM addrMBarne addreaeBarnea
Barne had ben employed at the theWaslalngtoft theWashington
Washington offtce or the Ada Adams Ex ExprM Kxpree
prM Companyfor Company for U thirtyAve rtftve Jf JfHe year yearHe
He worked asa as a driver 1M a numb ret retyeara et etyears
years brit b t about four yearll KO h hmet he heV
V V met with an eeident fracturing bin hl8Itg binlF
Itg lF g When he wee able e to gnnet gnnetto go back backto
to work he wu detailed to go 0 wit with the themoney
money wagon wapnPol wagonPolice I
Pol Police of thE harbor precinct dragged draggedthe
the channel all the morning In th thvl the thevicinity I
vl vicinity lnlty oC the brid bridge but failed te torecover I
recover the bed The police wer werautated were wereaaniated
autated by JINlny persona IJ malt maltboats i
boats who dragged with grappling grapplingirons
irons 1rolMTO ironsTO
I
TO LASSO SPEEDERS SPEEDERST I IGOLDEN
GOLDEN GATE T PLAN PLANSAN I ISAN
SAN FRANCISCO June 1iChle of ofPollee ofPolice
Police 3t1hf Bt gy who wan C counsel for forAM forAbe
AM Rout while the political bona bodwas bonawas
was the center ot the grafters pro proeecutions ecu ecutlon
tlon here has evolved a anew new scheme t tch to tochtek
ch chtek Gk auto eeorcbe Rope them themhe themhe
he slays Every mounted policeman policemanhertter policemanhereafter
hereafter wilt carry what the tenderfoot tender tendertoot =
toot tails a lasso on the horn of bin higsadd binsaddle
sadd saddle Yew words will be wanted on oncommand a acommand
command to knit aJt but the sling nose noott6dll noseva
va dll ilt settle about tJJe thesyeastsre peederii neck and andhe andhe
he will be hauled headlong out of his BlsCOLr hiscar
car caro
o COLrVho Vho 1 to rope the auto hu notbeen not notbeen
been Htt HttWEATHER nettled nettledWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTTbe
The Red river at Shreveport hu hure hasred
re S8d a IU stage or Ifl 1 feet only 11 foot footbelow footbelow
below the hl highest elt record recorded stage and andsome andsome
some further rice 18 expected The at attempt attempte
V tempt to clone e the crev crevasse eight mUM milesV milesbelow I
below Shreveport have been abandoned abandonedand abandonedand
and it In now poulble that more thn than than10ie
100 square mile of rich plantation land landwUl landwill
will be overflowed overflowedSho overflowedShower
Sho Shower ers have been general In the tbelower thelower
lower lAke region and the Atlantic AtlanticStat8ll AtlanticStaten
Staten and the they have again onmmeneed onmmeneedin
in Arkansas Oklahoma and the centnl centnl1J centratWant
Want 1J In the central valleys a11e8 the upper upoerLake upperLaker
V V Lake Laker region on and the Northweat the theweather
weather n been fair talrIt fairIt
It Is decidedly cooler In the Ohio val valley aI aI1ey
1ey and th the Lake region ft and o somewhat somewhatwarmer hat hatWUJIMl
warmer In the Northwest NorthetWith NorthwestWith
With the exception of showers tonight tonightin
in the Middle Atlantic States aDd aJo along alongthe g gthe
the aout south Atlantic coast the titer er erwilt i iwtlt
wilt De generally fair tonight and Tii Tiiday Disday
day In the Eaat and 5 South uth salt saltlocal OUdt I Ilocal
local shoWttni are probable TuN Tueedayr Tueedayrthe ay ft lit litaT1U I
the east Gulf 5t Staten n l win be conaiderably con 8IH1sldbly =
sldbly cooler tonight t the Middle MiddleAtlantic I
Atlantic flatus
I
SUN TABLESun TABLE I
Sun rles 4 4Bun
1 1Troia
Bun nets tt tta
a TIDE TAlSL TAlSLHip TABLZHigh
Hip water t0da7ro today 1100 p pLo p n nLop
Lo Lop w wt water lr today J12a 211 WI mK WIHItrtt
K HItrtt wat water toMOCroH Lm 111 i pm pmw
7 1 w water tomorrow a Stl Al aID 405 pm pmv
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KEEP DOGS TIED TIEDMACFARLAND i iMACFARLAND
MACFARLAND ASKS ASKSCommissioner I ICommi
Commi Commissioner sioner Wants Public Publicto
to Aid in Catch Catching g Un Unlicensed Unlicensed
licensed Animals AnimalsTWO AnimalsTWO
TWO MORE BITTEN BITTENByRABID BITTENBY
ByRABID BY RABID CANINES CANINESStory
Story of Fight on Rtlbics by This Thistrict is istrict
trict Authorities Told in inStatement inStatement
Statement StatementK
Ce lalenet K YadaBd tGd today r t tatv took tooka
a nt atv p toward wrd be aupprnaalon PIHk df t t1 t1nbi the therabies
nbi rabies 8 when be Ineued ued an appal 1 to dog dogowners dogowners
owners to keep their animalS on their tltelrown theirown
own prMn premises or kp them In leash leubwbelt leashwhen
when taken on the streets tr and to thepublic the thepublic
public aaklnS that the they aid In every everT1ft everyway
1ft way la tb the catehog cte 1 of unllceneed unU dogs dopNo dogsNo
No suggestion oC muzzU muzzUgg g dog dogeV V Ia Iabut Iimade
made but he asks JI tb eneatlona eneatlonaruiners tlon1 tlon1rumon
rumon be discouraged IM The Colltm Costmie Costmientoors
ntoors 10 t es a that most doge caU caUm called calledmeow
m meow re not mad at all and that tbtnervO1 thatnervols
nervO1 peop people may r work tbepwelves tbepwelvesInto
Into a simulated hydrophobia by dwell dwelltug well wellIn
In upon lu symptom ympto arid becoming becomingunduly
unduly exdt4Ml exdt4MlAt
At the acme moment ntlJ Mr 1laoCltan4 1laoCltan4prepar1tt MacCartutdwas
was preparing tfi this appeat Dr A V D Delv1n DMelvin
Melvin elv1n Chief of the lb Thzreau uru of Animal AnimalInduatrry 1rwJ
IndullUy ud Dr John Jt MQh MQMe Mh Mho palhologlat
o ologlat t for the bureau were declaring declaringthat Iu1 Iu1that
that the danger I Is not a fancied olle ollethat osnethat
that taablniton III tktftK a astern asternreality era erar
r reality allty that drastic mealeurel are net1d tteidad net1deel
eel Dd that It s neeeaW nece iry to muaJ muaJa munrieaU
a aU dogs aUow allowed d at Ja re J lieeataed or orunilcennd r
unilcennd blue rlb ribbon n Skye kY terrier or orytlo orys
ytlo ys lio pup
pupTwo
Two Bitten BY Dogs DOISTwo DogsTwo
Two more ore cases wtiere where supposedly mad macIdoss maddogs
doss bad bitten peraean pe and were sb shot shotwere t teN
were eN port81l to 1M bur bureau today In In1totb Inboth
both cased the dOCS treat a uperftclal siuperolalexamination uperftclalexamlna110n
examination haul sables and their ear earcaaeee ar arie
caaeee ie were sent nt to the Bbteau D u or Ant Anlmal Anteta
mal eta Industry laboratory to to determine determinewhether determinewhether
whether they were Infected Inf4etedIn
In both canoe also the CUlhHHI were werelicensed re reUren
licensed Uren ed aDd In one cant U the dog o bit bithi bitbin
hi owner Policeman R Jl Puebao of ofOle ofthe
Ole h rbor harbor precinct wan ca1 called upon to tohoot doshoot <
hoot > a black Scotch terrier owned b bJnReph by byJoseph
Joseph Toomes of li 118 > i Union street streetThe
The d dog had bitten Jlr TOOJM Ia tA tAband the thehand
band while he w waa 1ft hi b4 Molt Yfd YfdToornM yrrdToosna
ToornM Will take the Pr ter r n nJIIiMK Welts WeltsmfDt
JIIiMK mfDtA JIIiMKA
A y yellow nGW mtuc ltastt the property o ostal a
Mr stal Btalwer ot T Tolle ton xn was
kilted b by PoUc Poltcq OI cer Sp6necI kle Te
deg ha bitten at leant tour Other doge oJSs
before it was shot shotMuzzle hot hotI
I Muzzle Dogs l401aJer Says SaysThere as asThere
There III only one wa way to eliMinate eliMinatethe eliminatethe
the dll dineaee lJe from the D ttrtct District aid ridDr aidD
D Dr Mohler today hand that It to order onleran orderan
an dogs op allowed 00 tb the street muuJed muuJedand musaled musaledand
and stray dogs lIcerwed or unlicensedshot unlicensed I Isoot
soot There Is no use of any ny haUWT halfwarmeasures
me measures aur8al for be e a tuat situation 18 too seri serious
008 Licensed d dogs g should be a allowed allowedto ofdto i
to run the streets no more than unit unUdogs unitconned
conned dogs The stray cur I is no more moreulICepUble moresusceptible
susceptible to the d disease than the be beetcared t tcared
cared for terrier terrierAJI terrierAs
AJI a matter ot tact when a licensed JlceR8dand licensedand
and d domestic mesUc dO Is Infected and thedisease the thedle8e
disease develops he generally mak makotto makes makesoff
otto no nowhere here In particular ju just t ruM ruMwild runswild
wild and If he h does not Inoculate half balta
a don or Ift more r dogs In hilt mad flight
It III very fortunate fortunateHerrible fortunateHorrible
Horrible Disease DiseaseThat DiseaseThat
That eH ot rabies In human humanIng be belegs
legs aNt not numeroUf5 here I is no ar arpment argument
pment Against tae most drastic me meun mean meanuroe
un uroe to prevent It it We Ve are contrasted contntatMby
by a ierrlble dander no dt disease eue ia more more morehorrible I
horrible In the agony It produces In inhuman I
human bel beings beingsI n gtI I
1 want to say y that It dogs Infected lofectedith Infectedwith
with ith rabies h have bitten per persons oftfl and the thedl thedisease
dl disease eue has not developed In them they
do not r ralize lze ho how kind Providence Is Isto Isto
to them There are cases where here an anaalmAI ananimal
animal btteos through the clothes and the theIrus thevirus
virus Irus remains in the cloth and thus the theJMrson theperson
person 88O escapee etJ but t the great eat majority majoritywho
who ho have been bitten owe their lives Itveato livesto
to prompt precautionary meJUJurfJl meJUJurfJlI
I expect that the cry ot cruelty to toanimals toanimals
animals would be ral raised I doss were weremu weremuaated
mu muaated 1ed Lt It bfl I know and others oUNJknow othersknow
know that It hi no more cruel to muz muzzle
zle maxle a dog than to rlace place a bit In the themouth themouth
mouth of a horse J If It t cruel to muz muzzle m z zzle
zle a dog why Int It Infinitely more RIOrecruel morecruel
cruel to expo expose human bet beings gs to at atI1ble ater aterrible
I1ble death deathMacfarland 1 1Macfarland
Macfarland Issues Statement StatementAecomptUtylng StatementAccompanying
Accompanying Comml88ioner Commiseionerdacfstr Commiseionerdacfstrlands Mactar Mactarlands
lands 8u suggestion n to dog owners to re restrain restrain
strain their almal 18 a statement atatenMntprep4ired statementprepared
prepared by y him showing what the theCommllil6lo theCommisselonera
Commisselonera Commllil6lo rli have done regarding the thernatt thematter
rnatt matter matterLast
rnattlA
lA Last t week week the Commissioners mealy reeived mealyad
ed from the the preeldent President transmitting tram fromthe tramthe
the Secretary of Acr Agriculture Jtur a report reporttrom reportfrom
from the chief of the Bureau at Animal AnllRRlIndu AnimalIndustry
Indu Industry try rt the number ot cases of ofrabies ofrabies
rabies among dogs reported to his bu burfoAu bureau
rfoAu since January 1 lent The Preal Prealdent President
dent following the ugKMtlon of the theSeereta1 theSecretary
Secretary ot Agriculture asked the Com Cornmisslonere i
mlSllioner8 for Information 8 to what whatthey whatthey
they had done respecting dogs running runningat
at large In the District of Columbia CohnnblaNothing ColumbiaNothing
Nothing was said 15 any of these communication com communications
munications aJlJ to muzzling dogs or any anyothers anyothers
others means ot dealing with them themThe themThe
The Commluloners replied hat when whenIn
In January last It was reported to them theintbt themthat
that the number of dogs at large wu wuIncreaslng wasincreasing
increasing and that there were report Teportad reported
ad cases of rubles they ordered an ad addltlonl additional
dltlonl pound wagon paying for It out outof i iof
of the emergency fund and directed directedthe directedthe
the poundm68ter to matte special effort effortto
to capture vagrant nt dogs and that as a are aresult
re result ult since January JO 227a 215 dog have haebeen havebean
been painlessly put to death at the thepound thepound
pound They Kid also that that In view of ofreports ofreports
coming to them In I Icroulng
reports May of increasing In
creasing number ot dogs oomln coming fromContinued from fromContinued
Continued Oft Eighth Page PageThrough PageThrough
Through Parlor Cars and Coaches to toPIttsburgh toPittsburgh
PIttsburgh Pittsburgh on Pennsylvania Railroad RdlroadPittsburgh RailroadPittsburgh
Pittsburgh DayBxJreiN Y lxpreeL J leaving ng
Washfn Wuhington daily at 1t10 a In and ar ar11vtn ar arrivin
11vtn Pittsburg ttsburg at t 800 p mAdt mAd
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LABOR L HARASSES HARASSESV HARASSESL V i iPLATFORM
PLATFORM MAKERS MAKERSI MAKERSPaul I
Paul Morton J Joins oins C Cannon Cannonin nnon nnonin
in Fight Against Anti AntiInj AntiInjunction
Inj Injunction InjunctionWAR nc ion ionWARdTOTHE
WARdTOTHE WAR > TO THE KNIFE KNIFEdOMPERS KNIFEGOMPERS
dOMPERS DECLARES DECLARESfariff
fariff Plank Not Propertly Drafted Draft DraftI Drafted
I
ed Will Be Ch Changed ged to Accord AccordWith AccordWith
With Tafts Vi Views ViewsBy ws wsBy
By J C WELLIVER WELLIVERomOAGO WELLIyEROHICAG0
omOAGO June lfiFrl6lld and en enemJ enerniSeitlike
emJ erniSeitlike e ILUke o of Prea President ent Roosevelt velt seem M8Intc seemti
tc be getU getting roads rood to kill the antiiittncUoi anti anti1rt
1rt iittncUoi ctiCN plank which he wants s In Inthe inthe
the platform The big convention light l1ghti8
i8 on this qu question stlon Speaker Cannon Cannoncame Cannoncame
came hurriedly to town Jut night to toCet toget
get into the light against the plank plankThe plankThe
The S Spwakera personal 1IOfta1 1 bitterness bitternessagainst ltterne13 ltterne13apiNn
against the Pl President ldent and the Pretll Pretllchlut President
dent policies ha has developed almost almostinto aJml t ttato
into fanaticism In the J lent t few we webke ks I IClvf IOiVe
Clvf WI tour mote moregcars f arai < of Theodor Theodoraad Theodorsad
sad well have r red J retrolutien voluU o In this th18country thiscountry
country I In an alleged quotation frontone front tromOft6
one Ol bill recent denunciations or thePresident the ther
President r 8n
8nWill
Will Sacrifice AU AUTb rillThe
Tb The Speaker accortlln according t to the story atorypropNee storyproposes
proposes to sacrifice orIfice everything elite to to11n towin
win OR this anUlnJuftctton business buslnMIIHe
He has nerved notice on n Senator Hop Hopklnll Hopkips
kips that Ho Hopkins ln8 cant be the lUs lUsnote 11111
no note member oC the r8ffutiolUl com commlttee cornmitt
I
mlttee mitt vnl i be wilt agree to oppose Opp08te opposethe
te ottJlnJunctlon plank HOPklns be belag
lag the Presidents selection l tIon for chair chairman hli r rman
man or the committee must support supportthts supportthis
this plank or lo the cbainnan chairmanship hiIJ j
So 0 Senator Hopkhtll h between l the devil devilancI deviland
and the deep sta a Is IR n a tine lick pickle Ie and anddoMnt anddoesnt
doMnt knew whether he will be elth r ra I Imember
a member or the chairman of 3 tile themitten com i imlttee
mitten mltteeN mittenNew
N New Y Turk rk Ukewl likewise bu developed a araw arow
raw on this question Sereno E J Payne Paynen an ana1
n a1 t Herbert Parns Partk 8 were aspiring ptrlnc for forthe forthe
the place on rotu reaohrttona tlon a Parsons was wasre wasregarded
re regarded as the A Aaiy tlnletlllllolt Im Imn imnidNlte
nidNlte n Uate r8ntsLe yet becauM he heIa heesnned
Ia esnned med that file Pre President would Insist budaton Insiston
on the anUIDJunCUutt plank PanlOba PanlObawtth Parsebawithdrew
wtth withdrew re He oMllt beIMVe In the tbeplaak theplank
plank and wouldnt tdUty hiIC by bypr bypretendlug
pr pretendlug g that he does dD8StTfJitedjn doesJ
tTfJitedjn J iced Fight Fighthyne FightPayne
Payne there there lore 1t of ofPayne of ofParne
Payne antiInjunction ILAtilnJu cUon btt m which aU aUa4ocate alladvocates
advocates of 1uch legislation denounce denounceau
au worse than no lgiMlat legislation n at all will willreprt wiltrepresent
reprt represent N New York State on the com comMlttH committee
MlttH The whole bole Eastern Inter InterMfJM Interest Interestseems
seems united In a A fight bt apJut this thiap1ank thisplank
plank and the outorne is 1 dubious dubtouaOne dubiousOne
One ot the men who ho will m be on the therel theresolutions
rel resolutions luUolUI committee aa and on whom wbomtlMt whomthe
the President 111 counting for loyal Ioalport sup support
port aU along the line line I qlaMtly knit kalfIn knitleg
In leg the antilnjunctlOR Jt prepoatti pct pctIng pointing
Ing out that It may prone utterly let IatpoMIbl letpossible
possible to get the plank fn fnThe inThe
The Republicans have k tM 1b laborvote r rvote
vote anyhow and couklnt win n It back backby 1MMkb
b by glrlng It even this S sop P while hlle It Itwould itwould
would gravel nrrehd the interests If Ifthe Ifthe
the antilnJunetion plank were inserted In Inrt
serted sertedThere rt
rtThur
There are a good maA nxiai agents ot otlntere ofinterests
interests ts now on the ground and andthey andthey
they are insistent that this platform platformbe t tbe
be denatutized and dehorned They TheydOnt Theydont
dOnt want too mush Roosevelt In It ItMo It ItMorton
Mo Morton on Ol on Seege SeegeUpccle elJl elJlU
Upccle U Joe Cannon 15 Ntenorced to today today
day in in hiM fight ght by PaulMot1 Paul Morton n who whoat whoat
at once set about working up sentiment Mftthnentnot
not only agl against n t th the plank but against aplnetan againstany
an any movernen movemenrn that woJlll commit eol unk UIt UItparty tlwparty
party to furth further r attacks taeks OK railroad railroadInt railroadInterests
Int Interests InterestsTae re tsTle
Tae propositions tl declare for Gov Governmental 0evernmental
ernmental sanction net Ion for future Issued or or8t04 ofatoc
8t04 and for Fetcral FeCerai license o of cor corpotAUons corporatlons
potAUons are JMlrU particularly ularl repugnant to toMorton toMorton
Morton and hl his friends It th those ee Items Uemand Itemsand
and the antiInjunction plank that 1 labor 1bor
bor demands are Inelsted upon b by theengineers the theengineers
engineers or the steam m roller there thereIIJ
IIJ IIkel likely to Qe an Interft interesting tlng scrap rap e efore before
fore th resolutions committee and poe poesdbty po poltbly
ltbly bcr be of the convention Itself i Mor Morton or orten
ton ai a t Ids friends will do their beet beetto beetto
to to bring about n understanding that thatwill thatwill
will retllt In a compromise on what whatthey whatthey
they theyVbolieve Vbolieve boUee to be the dangerous dangerousptnks dangerousVpianks
ptnks suggested HUggeBtedLabor suggestedLabor
Labor Is Determined DeterminedThey DeterminedThey
They ar are telling the delegates that ju just justas t tu
u much stretIgthcan streigth can be gained bi Ua Uavoters the thevoters
voters Ignoring those su subjects j8Ct8 alt altogeth altogether geth gether
er And riding tht4 Omission to In extrlw extrlwpnt extravagant
pnt praises Of the brilliant achieve achievemente hJev hJevnt8
mente nt8 of th lei lt HOSltlt osevelt regime rtF1meLaber regimeLabor
Labor d cause must b be given a sop sopto SO SOto
to keep It t I line but it Js nr argued ed by bythe bythe
the Mortm sinned hat this cant Cft be ao aocompUshed aocompUshed
compUshed by paying the toilers a com compliment cornt
pliment Or two by IIlodgtng the pa party partyto ty tyto
to undying loyalty to the eI eightlrour eightlrourday bthQur bthQurday
day and by Iledurlnt that the bars barswhS41h barswhkh
whS41h now keep out the Mongolian Mongoliancoolies U1 U1coo1les
coolies shall never be lowered loweredTe loweredTe
Te executive counoll ot the Amerl Amertc AmerlCJlJ
CJlJ c in FeQtratJon IJ Labor Is still In sesnOit Ses Sesion
nOit ion at the Hotel Ka1serh Kalserhof net an It kltke1P lEI lEIltteJ
ltke1P ltteJ that H arson WIll make an an annpl snnpueement
npl npueement emeftt on the antilnjunctSQn and andanUuust andantttrust
anUuust planks This wIll tIel demand demandthat nand nandthat
that the b party declare squarely for t the theenactment e eenactment
enactment 4Jf n IW whit will ann annthe allow allowthe
the workingmen to organize and ft light lighttheir ht htth
th their r battles against capital without be beIng being
Ing liable to punlshmcmt for contempt conteJDptor
or proselton prose tton as ft trust trutMay trustMay
May Dec Declare lre War WarIt WarI1
It the convention refuses to DOt these thMep1 theseplanks
p1 planks nks In the 1 platform the FederatIOn FederatIOnlMiCers Federationlent
lMiCers lent ers will declare war to the knife knifeand knifeand
and moors vote may go o to the Demo DemoClfLUC Democrate
crate tcketPessident ticket ticketl
l Pessident ddent Gompers says he Is not at ataU atall
aU r1tJturbed over the fact that Spe Speaker SpeakerCann ker kerCannlft
Cannlft Cann n has come posthaste to Chicago Chlcgofor
for t1e express purpose ot removing removingContinU removingContinual
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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MOMENT AT AT THE CONVENTION I Ir
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1NGVflTHSARR1VE 1NGVflTHSARR1VECONVENTION THSARRIVE THSARRIVEFOR
FOR CONVENTION CONVENTIONDr
Dr r Robert Reyburn Grows GrowsEeacable GrowsPeacable
Eeacable Toward Sid Siqney SidneY
ney Bieber BieberCIDCAOO BieberCHICAGO
CHICAGO June UiPitllJbucTadele UiPitllJbucTadeleKlIon 16Pittsburgs dele delegation
KlIon rent repeeaentng DC 1014 i54tIi0 and aadIs what whatis
Is left of the Knox booM arrived this tblsmomlDJr thismorning
morning with th a b beam band and every overyknown everyknown
known deIce for k keeping pt Knoxs name nameso
so prominent before the public that the theonventlon theconvention
convention will not forget to ballot on onh onhis
h his nAme ore In the delegation are are8UCh aresuch
such men as H C Iduwney dOWM president prHidefttof
of the trust OmpJt which bleh handles handeathe handlesthe
the wealth of the Thaws the Frick Frickand Frickeand
and the Painter George B Oliver of ofthe ofthe
the old Olivia Iron bd Steel Company Comptand Companyand
and D F Jones anther 1M btu iiOIt J UXrL else elseMrs
Mrs Nldtolaa Longworih Lo h arrived inChicago In InChicago
Chicago this mon morning ng and Is the guest KUOfItot
ot the ledl1l Qrmicka Site came came1Q camejrs
jrs t 1Q O watch the olnU onveation do what whather what whatber
her tatb fMber WD wants S It to do Mlai 1 bet belB betBoardman
B Ardman also arrlY6d t today Dr 1tob 1tobt ob obact
t Reyburn prevent rtlo national l commit committeeman committeeman
teeman from the District t of Columbia Columbiabo ColumbiaRico
Rico bo hu been quarreling about S6d sidstey sidsteyBieber te teBMber
BMber for V severiti i days gbt peaceable peAeeb1etoday peaceabletoday
today and 1111 he Ku guessed ed Bieber would woulddo woulddo
do very ery well II the next national commlueetnan com commttteenUiD
mttteenUiD from the District letneGen DistrictGen
Gen Warren Keif8r of Ohio smashed smashfdhili smashedhis
his daily habit of the peat tor forty years YeArlitoday yearstoday
today and appolred appe1 In an ordinary sack sackault sacksuit
suit Instead of a drone suit which he hew hewear
w wear a constantly at breakfast dinnerand dinner dtnlleand
and supper When 11811 he WB asked where wherehis hent henthlll
hlll dress suit was h he beoani beo rne indignant jndlgnaatIvIETCALF indignantIVIETCALF
IvIETCALF DENIES DENIESPOLITicAL S SPOLITICAL
POLITicAL AMBITION AMBITIONSays
Says Goodby to President and andDeparts andDeparts
Departs for Long Rest in inMountains inMountains
Mountains MountainsSM MountainsSWejary
SM SWejary arY wetcal who 10 aJJtd on tAft tAftPre thePresident
Pre President tdent today to say goodb before belqrelevin beforeleaving
levin leaving for California empbaUc emphauexilldenied ny nydenied
denied that he baa any political alnbl alnbltlcn argbltkme
tkme tlcn to gratifY gratifyI
1 I am not a candidate for tbEt tJi United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate or for any other office officemaid f fk
maid k or Metcalt 1 made that state statement statement
ment two years aars ago and I mean It now nowas nowas
as much as I meant it then As soon soonas soonas
as I attend attend to some a or mT personal parsonalaffairs
affairs I mil ai i go o Into i the he mountalnl fo foa toa toaa
a long restSecretary rest restsecretdry
Secretary Metcall w the first member memberor
or the Presidents Cblne to desert desertVuhlrig
Washington Vuhlrig on for the summer Hfl wm wm1eAye willleave
leave her here at a 5 oclock this afternoon aftrnoonand afternoonand
and although he N1II pass through throughChicago throughChicago
Chicago he will stooD there only long longeno longenough
eno enough h to change trains trainsSENATOR trainsSENATOR
SENATOR BAILEY BAILEYHAS BAILEYHAS
HAS GOOD NIGHT NIGHTNEV
NEW YORK June 1iA bulletin bulletinpost8d bulletinposted
posted at the WaldoefAstoria V1l1dorAatGr1flOftrly early to today today
day an announced OJnced that Senator Joseph W WDalley WSalley
Dalley passed a comfortable night and andthl andthis
thl this morning was resting May MayPhy easyPhysicians
Phy Physicians lctans attending the Texas Sen Sena Senator
a ator or have announced oupeed that Bailey hat hrubeen hatbeen
been severely ill WlUt brdnchltt with withNo
No moderate but continuous fever but butthat butthat
that the reports of serious throat at atecU affection
fection ecU n are not true
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CRUISER C MARYLAND MARYLANDFASTEST MARYLANDFASTESTOF
FASTEST FASTESTOF OF NAVY NAVYMakes NAVYMakes
Makes Record of 2225 2225Knots 2225Knots
Knots B Beskte HoI ing ingTargotTrophy
Hiding
TargotTrophy TargotTrophyThe Y YThe
The armored cruiser Maryland which wbIcIareeenUy whichrecently
reeenUy won tb t battJlp trophy on ona
a record trIt + t praetl practice e meanl moanleft that thather thather
her four 12lach pita are the moat nr nrliable re reliable
liable In aU the navY has further d dtlngulahed dn dntinguisiaed
tlngulahed herself by making the speed IIpeeCrecord speedrecord
record for armored cnd cruiser en and de demonstrated d
monrated that she Is the fastest war warship
ship hip previous to the advent oC the new newscout ne neBCOut
scout cruiser cruiserRear
Re ar < Admiral Dayton comllllUldlaf comllllUldlafI
the Inc fleet Ir a telegram to lb lbV thb thbavy
avy V HpartJltenl partmeet today aJUI aJUItbat announced announcedthat
that the Maryhmd Maryht id m a tourhour tull tulled fuUspeed
speed ed forced forced draft trial averaged lAl 1331rbvolutlonn
r voluUon per minute making AD av averag average
erag of 2S knot knotsrho
fbe 6t Vlrpma her sister ship shipwhich
which Ideh was aa tried out ut at the same me time timeunder
undEr similar condition averaged 11 L1revolUUera 11rvolu8
rvolu8 with her engine aDd aver averaged
aged a s eM ot ls1 1 knots The NYO NYOIvtlons revolutlota
Ivtlons made h by both cruisers exceeded exceede4tlto exceededthose
those 1pOde on the contractor tria triaThe trials trialsThe
The ships were handicapped nt1 the thetask
task by their bearings btar1 being with a a8IJghUy aslightly
slightly adverse current currentRAILROAD
RAILROAD OFFICIALS OFFICIALS1lEET OFFICIALSMEET
MEET PRESIDENT PRESIDENTFreight I IFreight
Freight officials from several ot th theai the thegreat
great eai railrOAds In the Feet t were pre prbsented presented
sented to the President today by Aa AasSatanl Assdstant
sSatanl Secretary Wheeler of the Depattment De DePatment
Patment pattment of Commerce and LaborAmong lAbor lAborAm8ng
Among those who met the President Presidentwere Pre ldent ldentwere
were W P Kenney of the Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern C G Blnham of the Bur BurUnb Burlington
Unb lington on Bdward Chambers ot the thelilutta theto
lilutta to J Fe Et George SV V Luu oC theUiern the theSouthern
Southern Uiern PAcifIc and R H Counting CounUsalottbe Countingof
ottbe of the TransContinental Freight Bu Bureau Buroan
roan reauSTRETCH roanSTRETCH
STRETCH CABLES CABLESOF CABLESOF
OF NEW BRIDGE BRIDGENSW
1 NSW htSw YORK June 15Wlth elAberate elAberateeeremon1es elaberateceremonies
eeremon1es ceremonies the first fir t cables ot the new newanhUan newManhattan
Manhattan bridge between N New York Yorkand Yorkand
and Br Brooklyn okl were ele stretched today Of Oflclals OflidsIs
lclals or both Kings and Queen Queenboroughs Queensboroughs
boroughs delivered addresses ea Del rivertraffic river rivertraftlc
traffic was suspended suspendedTugs suspendedTugs
Tugs steamers and small craft sa saluted saluted
luted the completion ot the cable Iayin Iayinby laYlnI laYlnIby
by volleys of whistles and dipping ot otcolors of ofcolors
colors colorsCYCLONE colorsCYCLONE
CYCLONE BLOWSHOUSES BLOWS BLOWSHOUSES
HOUSES TOGETHER TOGETHERROCHESTER TOGETHERROCHESTER
ROCHESTER No Y June 15A 15AIImsll 1LAsmall
small cyclone struck the northwestern northWNternsection northwesternsection
section of the city yesterday YMt rday afternoon afternoonuprooting afternoonu
uprooting u rooting trees carrying down tele telephone telephone
phone and telegraph t wires and causing caua1nlprop causingproperty
prop property rty loan estimated at SlUOO SlUOOA
A threestory factory b8jn being built wu wublown waablown
blown down and glass glasstimbers a41 Umber from fromthe fromthe
the shattered buUdlnll of ere hurled hurledthrough
through the side o a hJ1ldlnlr t g near by byBest byBest
Best Place to Store Your YourHrniture YourHrnitureI Furniture FurnitureIs
Ie In our fireprOof storage ldepar ldeparfIs I departmeo departmeoIns t
Ins I fIs wilnlgl1t1MIwell wdBill htbdWef v teitttlatid 1tUIlttidYaiti 1tUIlttidYaitiInton Wa WaIngt
Inton Ingt on Storage Co Inc 4OJ S Cap Cap4T Cap CapAQT
4T
lo loY
Y
CASE COMPLETED COMPLETEDAGAINST COMPLETEDAGAINSTBUILDERS
AGAINST AGAINSTBUILDERS AGAINSTBUILDERSWill BUILDERS BUILDERSWill
Will Be Some Time Before BeforeEvidence BeforeEvidence
Evidence Can Be Submit Submitd
V tied d tq to Grand Jury Jurybersot JuryDtembere
Dtembere > bersot of the District Attorneys Attorneysa Attorneysstaff
a have haY completed their th o oUtllne tUn of ofcue ofcite
cite cue ap agaigat t Building < In Inspector Inspectoraaowden t 4 48ftowden
8ftowden AahtcaI Foremast I J Blake Dlakept Blakept
pt Dasherk Roe JohRPrtwI John Frank D8 Bayne Bayneasst n naitct
aitct I1aomaa H PicktGnl the tour men menheld menheld
held by the Cronrers Corone jury In n conheet conheetUots oonh ct ctth
Uots with th tte co eollapae of o t the e apArtment apArtmenthouM spartrnenthouse
house owned by by the latter which whichclouded wllichwiecl
clouded wiecl ft tits death of tWo to workmen workmenAtllt workmenAselataat
Atllt Dllltriet Attorney Charles II IITuriter HTurner
Turner who whowltb with Asfrtsnt t Difllnct At Attor Atteensy
tor teensy Harvey SI Given < was aBed te tethe tothe
the raise caMt declared today that although althoughthtfr althoughthalre
thtfr was a poe possdWbty t that the pre prentll preseutatkin
seutatkin ntll CD of ue caM to the e grand jurymight jury jurymlKiti
might be deIa delayed the work ef invests investsgiOD tl tlgat
giOD gat Ia being pushed puNedH
H ho O oa one he Mid wb whether < her h he was wasnamed Va Vanamed
named by the Coroners jury er not Botwill notwill
will 1e allowed to escape reOII responablit1 responablit1Experts lbmt lbmtExpenI
Experts Writ WrltiBg g ReportThe Report ReportThe
The experts retained b by District At Attrn Attaruse
trn taruse Baker to make a thorough inspection In Inon
spection on ot the structtwe tTu IrfI have pcaoU practically i
callT completed the pcellmlllAry part or orUuttr oftheir
their work ADd are BOW engaged In the thepreparation thepreparation
preparation of a repor report which will hQ
laid betQ betore the th and jury with the theevidence
evidence alread already In the possession ot ottheDbttrlct ofthe
theDbttrlct the Dtstr ct AU Attorneys mey office These rewill re reJta
Jta will cover QOV not only the OORdl ceadllons
lons nJ In the nOI northeast 8A8t corner wh where r the th thbreakdown
brk breakdown owu occurred but will give In IndetU in indetail
detail t method of construetl n or orthe ofthe
the building the ClaM of materials used usedand usedand
and the kind ot worJtman workmanship workmanshipIt qlp qlpIt
It Is said that these experts ha have havei
i Wo iosgM ght to light some > startling fasts fetswhich fastswhich
which were not brought out at the thecoroners
coroners Inquest things that were wereoVflrlookecl wereoverlooked
overlooked In the hurry with which the theinquest
jaQue inquest t was 8 held and the consequent consequentlack
Jack of PMt Rl1Atlon Rl1Atloni
I cannot at state ate now just when the theease
aM will be pre anted to the grand graJldjUr grandjury
jury but I hope we can submit It with withIn within
In a few weeks 0 said Mr Turner to todRr today
day There are many cases ahead o otlll6 othis
this ORe and none that require sue a ateehnl atechnical
teehnl technical al or extensive Inve lnveetlgation lnveetlgationIA tigAUon tigAUon1n
1n Ju justice tlee to every everyone one the Inspec inspecdon
ot o the building and the Investlg Investlgtion Investigation
tion of other evidence will be careful carefulaad
and complete completeAwait OQ 1IIj1e tee teeAwait
Await Grand Jury Report ReportNo
No action will 1 taken by the D18 District D18tti
trict tti t Commissioners with reSa regard t t9 Rn RnIneeUgatlon aninvestigation
investigation of the building depart department departmgnt
ment until after the finding Of the gran granjury grand grandjury
jury Is made public In the shape of 1 oS oSelble pos posaible
elble indictment indictmentEnslnee indictmentsengineer
engineer Commissioner Morrow paid PfILIdtoday paidtoday
today that he considered It Improper Improperfor
for the Comml Commissioners ioners to begin an In Inw InvesttiettIOn
w lgiLtlon bef r ae aeltthe ltthe thit grand I jury had hadarrhed hadarrived
arrived at t It its decl ec km as to who are arethe arethe
the re8 responut responutsaid OMilt > parley Sould Jt be be1IhDwn beshown
shown he said sa d that any oficl oftichsjdp or orWe ofthe
We building department were at t fault ftnltIU faultair
IU InvttgtJeB wiilbe jU held or oour81 oour81PJIOper oournePaoper
PJIOper tlme will be allowed an any o Ot OtJklal f fIal
Jklal Ial Ie said fd to prepare a d defepse CeJje It Itto asto
to deprive a man o of n opp opperttfnitl rtlfnit t tdet to todud
det dud od hl himself would 00 manifestly un unr unCOl unfal
fal r
falThe The COl Corn misegon mlseioners s held a meetlnK meetlnKthis m < 6tlng 6tlngt
this t l arttto after oon on and lscu lied d plans for CortJil forbrrllding
tJil bl1lldln < department While n no or orta ofi
if ifade i btatonrett ta m of f thtdeUberatl na was waso1de
o1de It Is understood d they determined detormlnedContlnuedOnJ1nth
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THIRDTERM GHOST GHOSTALARMS GHOSTALARMS
ALARMS ALARMSUncle TAFT MEN MENUncle
Uncle J Joe oe Defi Defies Prece Precedent Precedent
dent to Fight En AntiIn AntiInJunctio i ijunction
junction n Pl Plank PlankNEGROES n nNEGROES
NEGROES THREATEN THREATENTO
TO KILL TRAITORS TRAITORSBitter
Bitter in Condemnation of Taft and andRooseveltBooker sandRooseveltBooker
RooseveltBooker Wasltinpon WasltinpontllledEnemy Washington WashingtonCalledEncmY
tllledEnemy to R RCHJCAtOQ Raco RacoCHYCAlO
CHJCAtOQ JUDe ISTtq are the themost themost
most rierv nervous lot ot IMrudag surething 1 6R I Iever Iever
ever HW HWThS saw sawThin
Thin Oft apreles of Ute Taft Taftmanagenr Taftmanagers
managers made to today y 1 It Ally Allyleader AUyleader
leader possesses e elements fJtt truthNotwithstanding truth truthNotw1th
Notwithstanding Notw1th tandlng their eWat to more morethan morethan
than 1M votes ot for for t candidate Wate 011 011the onthe
the first bAllot the TanttN today are areridIng areriding
ridIng as careful I race as tho1icJl theyexpected they theyexpected
expected a neck and neck aI aIEveryhere finishEverywhere
Everywhere it Is conceded that themuch the themuh
much mooted question of u Vk VkPretldency VicPresidency
Presidency probably will be settled by bya b ba
a ftvemlnvte long distance telephone teiephoneconytMUon telephoneconversaUon
conytMUon with Washington How itwill it itwill
will be settled Is the matter o of least leastohcctrn leastroheern
ohcctrn < to the Taft people today Let Lets Letssettle 3 38ett
8ett settle the Matter fJtt the Pre deny denyfirst
first is the tock Answer te all qUM qUMtSon quastions
tSon
ThfrdTenn Ghost SlIrvI1 Survives SurvivesAll s sAll
All e efforts < or1AI to lay the ghost of the thethird thethird
third term pr up to this boer boerhave hourhave
have fatted This parUouIar sPook sPookseems spook spookseems
seems to survive with feline perslttencThe peNl8tencl peNl8tenclThe
The TaCt men laugh at it it but thelaughs the thelaughs
laughs are ata stagey mirthless efforts etfortsThe effortsThe
The cartO eartoonlstn D are maJd making the bo bogey bogeytheir y ytheir
their Ohio stAndby and the MIJ8IfPO1d MIJ8IfPO1dants
ants are ftndllllir 1n It their beat friend friendNext fTiendNext
Next In interest t tocIa today is the fight fightover ht htoVtT
over 1M AstiIn antiInjunction junction plank Speaker Srkerannen SpeakerCunncn
Cunncn annen 15 oonferring oon n1ng with a bunch ul ul8l11W8r ofstalwarts
stalwarts up to whom he has put the thatask thetask
task of preventing the insertion of any anyIILlch anynuch
IILlch plank In the platform platformCn platformtncle
tncle Cn JoeS precedentdefytag t ety1nc stunt ant ot otdaahlng ofdashing
dashing into a convention city when whenhe whenhe
he hl tIJM8lr eelf IS a o for the ProM Preaidentlat ProMdentisl
dentlat nomination waa the subject of ofmuch ofmuch
much comment Early t It wa re reportftd reported
ported that 50 determined ill he tha that thatthe t tthe
the pl plank nk being fought for b y his ol o1I
enemy Samuel Gompe shall DOt W beplacaJ
plae3oi in the platform that ft he will go goJt gojer
Jt onally before tM committee OQ retlo retloIutlon resolution
Iutlon Jr f necessary ia order to heal hea1It
It t of
ofNegrees Negroes Are Aroused nHIMiThe ArousedThe
The situation arising from tH dIe dlPalbtaction dIesatttdaction
albtaction ot th the cOloNel voC voters is isb isbecoming
b becoming Jn more re portentous It is doubt doubtltd cIoubtI
ltd I If the reg1O vetS everhas been 6 6rebellious v vNbeHlou8
rebellious a8 at the present lime Fer FerveQt Fervent
vent amen are being sounded toda todaby todaby >
by hundreds of Chicago negroes to th thHftUmen tie tiesentiments
HftUmen sentiments l preached on Sunday at the theBethel theBethel
Bethel African K E Church when ne negro negre
gro political craters 40maAded blood bloodbed bloodshed
bed 1U a revenge in event of the nOI1l nortinatlon nOI1llnatltn
lnatltn or Taft tbrou through h the acthlt acthltIe activity activityof
Ie the r raoe c1eJepUOnL c1eJepUOnLWhat delegation delegationWhat
What W8 nl tenet t MV have le a Xu Klux KluxKlaJI KluxIlan
KlaJI declared H C C Cr Cram a rabld rabldauUThft rabklantiTaft
auUThft negro and every bleak manin man manIn
In the nation who is loyal to hi his race racemUM racemust
mUM be a member TraItors aed race racebetrayers racebetrayers
betrayers must 1M punished with death deathlhe deathThe
The tate ef the negme race for the next nextbundred nexthundred
hundred generations 1a at stake stakeThese ke keThae
These negro Talt boosters a are earn earntb8lt earnirg
irg tb8lt bred IUi by boo boosting U for Taftcontinued Taft TafteonUhued
continued Cress TheY ha have been sent sentfrom sentfrom
from from all over the C country to Mil out outtheir outtheir
their brothers But well show these thuetr1t4trJl thesetraitors
traitors tr1t4trJl that It were re sold ld out it will willwith winbe
be with our lives livesThe ye yeTba
The white friends oC the negro race raceare raceare
are dead W We must fight for ourselves ounelveaROW ourselvesnow
ROW
R Roosevelt I I4 Scered SceredThe rad radThe
The Rev J ll Waldon of Washing Washington
ton president t of the National Negro NfgCPolltlcel NegroPolIUol
Polltlcel Le League t IIr urged 0 women WOnlenaU womenall
aU over the and 10 pray for t defeat defeatof
of Fvootovut RAio t and Taft Taften TaftWell
Well en pray and well rush the steam ateamroller steamroller
roller nig Argoeens t tiers mto hell he said r rhBt6 Ihate
hate iooeeveits ii v6lt del ptIoa his spirit aplritot
ot revenge pd his la lawlessness Reese Boosevelt Reesevelt
velt hatl haute lath his black aDd his white whiterother whitebrother
brother Booker J V Waahiagtoe is the thegre8 thegreatest
gre8 greatest tMt enemy the raM ever had His Hishobnobbing Hishobnobbing
hobnobbing with the President didnt didntdo didntdo
do 111D any good aoodWe goodWe
We are not going to he sold back backl backinto
l into tG slavery by a little haadfui cltu or ormOReymaking ormoneymaking
moneymaking Talc n nggroe RoOHelt RoOHelthas
has made tb thO face t the e Jac hushing iDc stock atackot stockof
ot the world simply because some poor poornegro poornegro
negro stole 01 a pig when he was hungry hungryet hungryyet
yet et Roosevelt sues s nothing when the theraUroads therailroads
railroads steal the QOuotry gountrySoutk QOuotrySoutlt
Soutlt Still Jt Sla Slavery SlaveryThe ery eryThe
The Rev X L OUliaII praetor of the thebiggest thebiggest
biggest negro ch church rch I la CUtve pic picturEMI pictured
turEMI conditions In X 1LWnlsseipp4 ppC and de deolared e eored
ored that the HgrO aegroof of the South was wassUK wasstilt
stilt in JlI JlIThis sIRvY sIRvYThis
This steamroller he Mid 1s 1smanned ismanned
manned by men whole hcHte hands arestained are arestained
stained bY the blood of our countrymen countrymenIn
In 8l88ippf 3finsiselppiNegro lIli 8l88ippfNegro
Negro deltt delegates ates unseated 1w Ute com committee consmittee
mittee on credent4sis creden16 are tO set setously 6tl 6tlously
ously agitating a bolt lid the ferma fermatlQJl fermat1Qn
tlQJl of ft new party with J s Praker PrakerI
fUI Its candidate for th the Presidency PresidencyThe
1 The b8 wrath or the ne negroese oee was tn increased tncreased
creased wh whoa the report wall cilCulatea circulateattixt cilCulateatmit
tmit or ordsts iJ16 tad pafi4I donut the line Uneto lineto
to the national OOIItmltot8 tct remove removetIt 18IftCVthe
the tIt only IHtgnto RMlftMr J1Id8 Judaea W WLyons WLyons
Lyons the representative fro rota O Georgla orgls
gls
Hosts Are Arriving ArrivingCN
t CN slgago ge ta c1t city a t thousand oueandg8tes thousandgates
gates nude g g55 I its name n today todaywhen todaywhen
when the real fuveding Ift lng atnry 1My 0 o Re Republican Republican
publican hosts marched In Tfaaa load loadafter loadafter
after train load poured lets the city cityFirst cityFirst
First oJ the arrivals wan the ta tam fainous
m inous Us old Blame Cht 0mb ot Cincinnati Cincinnatipout
pout four hundred Strong attired In Inao inAQckpcats
AQckpcats ao ats and sray waiteIZt wnltQ U1Jl ig batt
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