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REFUSES TO SIT WITH LORI?M
Roosevelt Throws Bomb Into Hamil
ton Club Camp-Invitation to
Chicago, September 8.-Col. Theo
dore Roosevelt, ex-president of th
United States, today barred Senato!
William Lorimer, junior senator fron
Illinois, from the Hamilton club ban
quet at the'Congress hotel by refus
ing to sit at the same table. The iii
cident came unheralded. The program
of the big event, under the guidance of
the Hamilton club, has for days an
nounced that Senator Lorimer and
others would sit at the speakers' tabl
with Col. Roosevelt.
The occurrence startled politicians
here and over the State. The unpre
cedented demand that the Hamilton
club deny to one of its own members
the privilege of attending the banquel
came with characteristic abrnptness
from Col. Roosevelt.
The Hamilton club delegation, head
ed by former Judge John T. Batten
joined Col. Roosevelt at the faif
grounds in Freeport, Ill., shortly after
noon. The colonel shook hands hear
tily with each member of the delega
ion and at once began questioning
them concerning the banquet.
Why Speaker Cannon?
"Is Speaker Cannon to be there?
"Yes," Mr. Batten replied; "he har
accepted the invitation."
"How about Senator Lorimer?" waE
"Senator Lorimer is a member o
the club," he was told, "and has ac
cepted an invitation to dinner."
"Then I must decline to go," sai<
Col. Roosevelt, adding that he wou<
feel the same about the presence o
Senator Lorimer as he would of sit
ting down with members of the Illi
nois legislature who are under indict
inent in the graft investigation.
The committee members looke<
their amazement, and finally, afte:
some hesitation, informed their gues
they would go back to Chicago an
tell Senator Lorimer his views.
"No," Col. Roosevelt said emphati
cally. "Send a telegram telling hin
that I will not attend the dinner to
night if he is there."
Lorimer's Invitation Withdrawn.
The Hamilton club men were per
plexed, but their embarrassment wai
apparently not noticed by Col. Roose
velt, who chatted with others stand
ing ner.: by- After some interval th4
following telegram was drafted an<
dispatched to Senator Lorimer:
"Col. Roosevelt positively decline:
to sit at the same table with you. Ouw
invitation to you for this evening i!
This telegram was signed by for
mier Judge John H. Batten. The dele
gation which waited on Col. Roose
velt to escort* him to Chicago and thi
banquet hall this evening was take:
completely by surprise and their dis
cussion of the event did not cease witi
the sending of the telegram to Senato:
MAY SEEK TO "COME BACK."
Col. Roosevelt Thinks It Is Improb
able, Nevertheless Admitted Pos
Freeport, Ill., Sept. 8.-Col. Roose
velt admitted today there is a possi
bilty of his returning to public life
In this connection he issued a warn
Ing to corrupt corporations that an'
aid they might extend him in obtain
ing any official place would be a
their own peril and not with the ide;
of getting official favors or pardon
The statement was in ti.4 adt.ess i:
connection with the fair of the va
-lrous national organizations of rail
* way employes for the benefit of th
home for aged and decrepit railroat
men of America at Highland Pars
P. J. Morrissey, past grand maste
of'.the Brotherhood of Railway Train
men, introduced him. He talked o
railway men and then turned to cor
-Always a Chance.
"IT don't suppose I ever shall be i3
public life again," he said, "but if
am there is always the chance tha
some time it may come up when
shall make my words good.
-"'No corporation, no politician. mus
ever support me for anything unde
+the idea that I will pardon that co~
poration or politician if he or it is cor
"If either corporation or politiciar
if either one or the other helps at an
time to put me in a position of irn
fluence let them remember -thati
they are corrupt, if they encourag
corruption in others or if they benef
by it themselves, they help me at thei
peril, for I will hurt them if I get tb
Col. Roosevelt especially warne
men of the five brotherhoods of rai
way employes that it should be the
duty to see that their organizatlol
were managed in obedience to law at
lence the result would be to i
then in the estimation of the A
ican, people. He advocated a N
ingman's compensation act as a r
ure of justice for railway emp
who are injured in the line of
Col. Roosevelt also read an
letter by Wm. R. Hearst in whicl
Hearst advised the colonel to r4
to New York and take up the fig]
the Republican organization, s,
if he did so Mr. Hearst would I
sympathy with him. The colonel
"I am going back to my Stat
mentioned by Mr. Hearst, to fight
!the bosses. I will welcome the
port of any man who wishes to a
Had Lively Time.
Col. Roosevelt's experiences o
way from Milwaukee here were li
At the various towns at which
train stopped, large crowds wer4
to greet him and he made a nu:
of speeches, reiterating his doct
of honesty and good citizenship.
When the train arrived at Wes
gin the largest crowd at any st
except Freeport had assembled.
crush on the track which at the
tion is laid on the edge of a |
bank, almost led to a serious acci
The crowd stretched far down
tracks and behind the special cai
to the side away from the del
Col. Roosevelt began to speak
only a small part of the crowd i
hear him. Those to the rear ar
the side pressed in so closely tha
fence at the edge of the track
7 way and several men and boys
hurled down the bank.
Col. Roosevelt stopped his s]
l and shouted to the people to
I back. It was hard work but ch
r lice, directed by the colonel, at
managed to get a safe margin bet
the crowd and the bank. Several
were cut and bruised but non,
Car Ferry Goes to Bottom in
Ludington, Mich., Sept. 9.-Tw
nine lives were lost near here t
when Pere Marquette car ferry N
bound from Ludington to Milwa
went to the bottom of Lake Mic]
half way across the lake. The
include Capt. Peter Colty, of Lu
ton; S. F. Sezepanek, of Chicago,
ser and wireless operator, whose
nals of distress brought assistan
the sinking steamer, and two
bers of the crew of car ferry N'
who lost their lives in an effo
rescue the crew of No. 18. Eli
bean, of Saginaw, Mich., a memb
the crew of No. 18, would ma
31st victim but it is believed he
not on board when No. 18 sei
from Ludington on its fatal trip.
The steamship company issu
list of 35 names of survivors c
wreck, all members of the crew,
of whom were brought here ox
ferry No. 17.
Eight bodies were recovered,
being brought here on car ferr:
17 and two being taken to Milwa
on car ferry No. 20.
Cause a Mystery.
IThe cause of the disaster is sh
ed in mystery. F. F. Pevin,
watch, said the boat was very It
the stern when The first alarm
given. HW said they pushed 29
road cars into the lake tO eas
vessel, but without avail. Se)
Cochrane, of Chicago, another
vivor, said he was reading a
zine in his berth when a cabir
rapped at the door about 4:30
and shouted that the bow was six
Cochrane floated on a cabin
until picked up by No. 17. The p
had given him $1,000 which wa:
Cochrane's employers after the;
delivered the boat to the Pere
Iquette company, they having I
her all summer. But Cochrane
not load himself down with the
and tied the money to the stairl
as the boat went down.
Life Boats Wrecked.
Many of the life boats were
in by wreckage, tumbling in eve
rection on the tossing sea, the
pants of the small boats being ti
tin the water and many drowned
The sum total of the catastro]
told in the fatal figures, 29 live
tand the financial loss amouni
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A gentleman was strolling ac:
large estate when he came ul
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f"Mostly trout," replied the m
e"How many have you caught?
t"About ten or twelve, sir."
rl "What is about the heaviest
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TICE OF APPLICATION FOR
CHARTER FOR RAILROAD
Notice is hereby given that the un
ersigned will make application to the
ecretary of State at his office at Co
umbia, South Carolina, on the 8th day
f October, 1910, for, a charter for
Georgia and Carolina Railway;" that
.he proposed railway is to begin at
he town of Hamburg, in Aiken coign
y, S. C., and to extend thence to the
own of Edgefield, and to go through
1eriwethei-, Wise, -Pickens and Elm
vood townships, in the county of
ldgefield, thence to Saluda, S. C., and
o go through townships Numbers Six,
our, Seven, Five and Three in Saluda
~ounty, thence to the town of Newber
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romer Number Four, Floyd Number
ix, and Moon townships in Newberry
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hence to the city of Spartanburg, in
ipartanburg county in State of South
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Jross Keys, Union and Bogansville
ownships in Union county, and
brough Glenn Springs, Pacolet, Fair
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ownships in .Spartanburg county..
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Chas. 0. Howard.
A. E. Padgett.
G. R. Coffin.
Dated: September 5, 1910.
OTICE SECOND PRIMARY ELEC
state of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
In. accordance with the constitution
nd rules of the Democratic party, and
:he action of the County Democratic
8xecutive Committee, a second pri
nary election is hereby called to be
eld in the County of Newbery on
[uesday, September 13th, 1910. The
:olls will be opened from 8 o'clock In
he forenoon until 4 o'clock in the at
Said election is called for the pur
pose of voting for governor, adjutant
nd inspector general, railroad corn
nissioner and one member of the
~iouse of representatives from Newber
The same managers will serve, as in
the first primary election, and they
may obtain ballot boxes, etc., at the
ffice of the secretary in the old court
bouse on and after Saturday, Septem
ber 10th., 1910.
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Frank R. Hunter,
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