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UFTY-NINTII YEAR. NO. 14.
SENTENCE AGAINST THREE
THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1909. .-TEN PAGES. V .Vl V:
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1 IN THE SAME POSITION . , Pf W.
Gompers, Morrison and
Mitchell Lose in High
ONE JUDGE DISSENTS
Opinion Holds Question Merely
One of Upholding Majesty
of the Law.
Washington, Nov. 2. The district
court of appeals today affirmed the de
cree of the supreme court of the Dis
trict of Columbia adjudging President
Samuel Gompers, Secretary Frank
Morrison and Vice President John
Mitchell of the American Federation
of Labor guilty of contempt of court
in the Buck's Stove and Range case.
Chief Justice Sheppard dissented from
the opinion of the court on constitu
Labor Issue jXot Involved.
' The court held the fundamental Is
sue was whether the constitutional
agencies of the government should be
obeyed or defied. The mere fact the
defendants were ofileers of organized
labor la America, said the court, lent
importance to the cause and added
to the gravity of the situation, but it
Ehould not be permitted to iniiuence
Would Apply to Individual.
"If an organization of citizens, how
ever large," the court held, "may dis
obey the mandates of the courts, the
came -reasoning would render them
subject to individual defiance. Both
are subject to law and neithar is above
it. . If a citizen, though he may hon
estly believe his. rights have been in
vaded, may elect when and to what
extent he will obey the mandates of
the court and the requirements of the
law as Interpreted by the court, in
stead of pursuing an orderly course
,. of appeal, not only the court3 but th-s
government itself world become pow
erless and ociety be .reduced Mo a
state of Marcljy."
" ' ' Kept on Vufalr List.
The action of the supreme court cf
the District of Columbia sentencing
Gompcrs, Mitchell and Morrison to 12,
D and C months Imprisonment in Jail,
respectively, was the result of the
failure of these defendants to obey the
order of the court directing them to
desist from, placing the Bucks Stove &
Range company of St. Louis on their
"unfair list" in prosecution of their
boycott against the corporation.
Grew Out of 8-Hour Fight.
The boycott placed by the federation
against the Bucks Stove & Range
company grew out of a fight made by
the metal polishers' union and support
ed by the federation for an 8-hour In
stead of a 9-hour day. This wa3 re
nted by the company, and the Fed
eratlonist published ' the name of the
company under the caption "We Don't
Injunction Wi Secured.
Proceedings against officers of the
federation, were bogun Aug. 19, 1907,
by the company. An Injunction against
the boycott was Issued by the supreme
court of the District of Columbia, The
case went to the court of appealB of
the District of Columbia. References
to the company continuing in the Fed
eratlonlst In the speeches and writings
of the defendants, they were cited for
contempt. They were found guilty
and sentenced to Imprisonment In the
district Jail, but were released on ball.
Last March the court of appeals mod
ified the district supreme court's In
junction decree by adding to the In
junction thus words "In furtherance of
said boycott." This modification was
looked upon by attorneys for the de
fendants as materially affecting the
proceedings for contempt. They claim
ed taat had these words appeared la
the original t In junction tho contempt
proceedings never could have been de
cided against them.
The labor leaders will probably at
tempt to appeal the case to the United
States supreme court, but in some
quarters there Is some doubt as to tho
right of appeal,
Ilolda Anttaortty Lacking-.
Chief Justice Sheppard, In his dis
senting opinion, held the decree should
JURY TO TRY DR.
Chicago, Nov. 2. The Jury was com
pleted today for the trial of Dr. Clem
inson charged with the murder of his
wife at their home In this city last
May. Cleminson will contend his wife
took poison with suicidal intent.
MOTHER AND FOUR
Pittsburg, Nov. 2. Mrs, William
Marlow and four children were burned
to death today when fire' caused by
the upsetting of an oil lamp destroyed
jier home on the outskirts of the city.
bo reversed because he was convinced
the lower court was without authority
to make the only order which the de
fendants could be said to have dis
obeyed. The chief justice says he is
not clearly convinced "This proceed
ing must be regarded as criminal sole
ly, and In consequence that the evi
dence on which the conviction rests
can be considered because not present
ed in the bill of exceptions received
He also says he Is confirmed In his
previous opinion "that much of the
injunction order is null and void be
cause opposed to the constitutional
provision concerning freedom of speech
ana of the press. "I concede," says
Sheppard, "that the court had juris
diction of the subject matter of the
controversy and of the parties, but I
cannot agree that tho decree was ren
dered in accordance with the power of
the court, a power limited by express
provision of the constitution."
Gompcrs' Issaes Statement.
New York, Nov. 2. President Gom-
pers of the American Federation of
Labor issued a statement today in re
gard to the decision upholding tho
decision of the lower court sentencing
the labor leaders for contempt of
court, In which he declares he "cannot
surrender constitutionally guaranteed
"gets because a judge will issue an
injunction invading and denying these
rights." Chief Justice Sheppard's dis
senting opinion is, he says, in line
with his position and he has faith the
minority opinion in this case will even
Others Have Similarly Suffered.
He says he will go to Washington
as soon as possible. "If I must tro to
jail,", he says, "iall have conscious
ness of the fact that other men have
in the past been compelled to suffer
In defence of justice and right, in the
cause of humanity, and for the main
tenance of human liberty."
ROBBERS SHOOT AN
IOWA CITY MARSHAL
Ofllcer Turned Back for an Instant
After Covering Desperate Pair
With a Gun.
Des Mcin6S,--Iaw3tFX(rv;"2. Pat
Hatton, city marshal of Carroll, Iowa,
was shot and killed by one of a pair
or robbers this morning near Glidden,
seven miles east of Carrcll. Hatton
had followed the robbers from Carroll,
where they had entered a house last
night. Hatton had captured the men
and while covering them with a gun
turned toward his team. Instantly one
of the men shot him In the back. A
poese of armed men captured the rob
bers an hour later In a corn field.
WRITER OF THREATENING
LETTER IS INSANE
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 2. Karl
Kranz, charged with writing a letter
to Governor Davidson threatening the
lives of District Attorney Backus and
assistants for not prosecuting his al
leged enemies, was today adjudged in
sane. FIVE FOOD FOR CANNIBALS
Two Englishmen and Three Chinese
Victims in Admiralty Islands.
Manila, Nov. 2. Rear Admiral
Seebre reports that when the United
States Pacific fleet touched at Ad
miralty Islands, it was learned that
recently cannibals from the islands
captured a boat containing three
Englishmen and three Chinese. One
of the Englishmen, who escaped
through the help of a friendly tribe,
said his companions had been killed
HAS SERVED FIFTY YEARS
Dean of Columbia College Will lie
tire Next Year.
New York, Nov. 2. Professor Jojin
Howard Van Amrlnge, dean of Colum
bia college, will retire from active
service June 30, 1910, after completlnf?
tls 5Cth year of service on the ' Co
lumbia faculty. His resignation was
presented 'at a meeting of the board
of trustees yesterday. Professor Van
Amringe, who will be 75 years when
he retiree, was graduated . from Co
lumbia in 1800.
NEGRO IS SCARED TO DEATH
Initiation Ceremonies of Colored Body
Too Much for Kansas City Black.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 2. Fright
from ""riding the goat" at the initiation
cf the 'Compact Masons, a negro or
ganization, caused the death today cf
Alchls Hunly, a negro. Hunly was
seized with a hemorrhage following
the initiation ceremonies.
Merely Struck by Train. '
La CrOBse, Wis., Nov. 2. Tfno cor
oner's jury In the inquest over the
dead body of Walter Jordan of Chi
cago, found on the edge of town Satur
day, decldsd today Jordan's death was
caused by his being struck by a train.
Four Die In Flooded Mine.
London, Nov. 2.-The TsrenI coal
Pit at Ystalyfera, Glamorganshire,
Wales, was flooded yesterday after
noon. Four men were drowned, while
about 450 others made their escape
or were rescued.
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V$&&&2?M?- t 'm:vi ' m.S-t 1 ."kosW; food-,.. cn.tMM. -a a
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The Czar to Alphonso: We are both on the bomb, Alphonso, but we would not quit "our
jobs of ruling for anything on earth.
VOT NG m M
Chicago, Nov. 2. Election weather
today varied in different sections. Tn
most eastern points there was rain or
threatening skies, while in the west
ern sections It was more favorable.
From the sensational point of view,
Breathitt county, Kentucky, easily oc
cupies the center of the stage. From
various points In that county come
reportpf. armed factions ready, for
serious trouble, stolen and burned bat
kts and state militia stationed at
threatened points to see that a fair
election is held.
Nntro Question at Louisville.
In Louisville, Ky., the negro ques
tion is the dominant issue. The Ohio
municipal elections are on purely
local issues with tho liquor question
standing out prominently here and
there. Torn Johnson Is confident of
reelection as mayor of Cleveland,
while his opponents seem sure of his
Plenty of Issue In Indiana.
The liquor question, law .enforce
ment, control of party machinery and
political complexion of the next legis
lature are paramount issues in Indiana
San Francisco's fight is on Issues
growing out of the alleged . graft
among republican officials which have
been before the courts and attracted
The chief issue in Maryland is a pro
posed amendment to the state consti
tution designed to disfranchise tho
Prohibition Up In Illinois.
Elections In which the prohibition
question Is involved are being held in
33 Illinois cities and villages today.
Of the sections affected nine are at
present in the "wet" column and 21
are classed as "dry."
Vote Is Ilenvy.
New York, Nov. 2. Tho vote in the
city was very heavy, and up to noon
the ipolice reported no trouble. A
score were arrested for alleged illegal
voting, but nfany of them were dis
charged by the courts. ,
Quietest In City's History.
At 2 this afternoon campaign man
agers declared so far this had been
UNITED STATES DEVISING MEANS OF
REPELLING ATTACKS BY AIR CRAFT
Washington, Nov. 2. To devise some
means of defense against aerial inva
sion, the bureau of ordnance of the
war department is about to begin a
series of experiments of shooting at
air craft with cannon. .
The experiments will be carried on
at the Sandy Hook proving grounds in
New Jersey. Captain Charles de F.
Chandler of the signal corps is mak
ing arrangements for the balloons to
be used In tho tests.
At the beginning of the work only
gas bags will be used, but as informa
tion is obtained the field of operation
may be expanded..
The only experiments of this charac
ter have been carried on by gun man
ufacturers in Germany. The knowledge
gained thereby has resulted In the man
ufacture of balloon cannon. - .. "
Slake No N Guns Kow.
' The tests at Sandy Hook, will be
made with.' cannon now In uso, and
such new designs will be drafted as
the experiments show may be wise. -
K 1 . , : ' . ' - .y,
the quietest election ever held In New
tin nor Favorite at St York.
New York, Nov. 2. New Yorkers
went to the. polls early today to cast
their votes in the mayoralty election.
The polls opened at 6 o'clock and a
large vote was cast early. Managers
are all confidently predicting victory
for their candidates. t Gaynor, demo
crat, was the. favorite fci the earjy bet-
vl Role it' Taft son of -President Taft,
earned down from New Haven last
night, with several classmates of Yale
to do duty as republican watcher
at a voting place in a:I"ttle store on
Third avenue. '
News that young Taft .would be at
the rolling place brought out such at,,. u ., u. ,
crowd there it was decided Taft should
not act as a watcher. Police were
called to disperse the crowd.
Returns Coming ln
Boston, Nov. 2. The first Massa
chusetts town to report the. completed
vote is Norwell, where Draper, repub
lican, for governor, received 122 and
Vahey, democrat, C4.
Qalet at Onry, Ind.
Gary, Ind., Nov. 2. The "provoca
tion"' law, operative here, furnished
the feature of the election today. Un
der this law a person pasting asper'
isons on another may be arrested.
Four arrests were made on this charge
after the polls opened. About half the
total votes were cast before 9 o'clock.
Only one minor disorder has been re
ported. Hauled Xejjroes Awny; Arrested.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 2. Joseph
Stout was arrested today after driv
ing into the country with eight ne
groes. He said, according to the po
lice, $10 was paid him to haul the ne
groes so far out of town they could
not got back home before the polls
closed this evening.
Dlpr Vote at Phllnlelphla. .
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 2. A tre
mendous vote was cast early today.
Both parties seem confident of vic
tory. No Interest In Philippines.
Manila, j'ov. 2. A general election
was held throughout the Philippines
today for members of the assembly
The signal corps will engage In tho
problem of navigating air against suc
cessful attack from the land. Exper
iments will bo cenductod In muffling
the motors of the Wright aeroplane
owned by 'the government, so flights
may be made comparatively noiseless.
Attempts to communicate by wire
less telegraphy from an aeroplane will
also be made. '
Aeronaattc IMlots Organise.
Boston, Nov. 2. The first associa
tion of international aeronautic pilots
was organized here yesterday. It mark
ed the 119th anniversary of the first
ascension of a man la a balloon. The
membership will comprise persons who
have qualified and hold balloon pilots'
licenses, and' it is to be devoted to tho
encouragement of members of aero
clubs to becomp navigators of air
craft. Throughout the world there are
but 250 persons entitled to member
ship, France leading with . 114 aero
nautical pilots, The United States and
Great Britain have 25 each.
CUTS HEADS OFF
Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 2. One of the
worst tragedies that ever shocked this
county occurred at Pine Grove near
here last night when Daniel Schoka,
a butcher of that nlace. cut off th
heads of his wife and 12-year-old
daughter and committed suicide-by
shooting.. The ghastly discovery was
made today. When neighbors broke
open the door they found Schoke
lying on the first floor and the bodies
of his wife and girl in bed cn the sec
The daughter's head was entirely
by the vertebrae. A butcher knife on
the floor showed how the murders had
been committed. Schoke left a note
telling what he had done. It is be
lieved he was insane.
and provincial and municipal officials.
Little interest was shown and it is
doubtful if the total vote wilbe found
to have equaled that of two years ago
when only about one In thirty of the
JAPS RETAIN P0SSESS0N
' OF THE SLAYER OF IT0
Harbin, Manchuria, Nov. 2. Inchan
Angan, the Korean who assassinated
Ito of Japan, and his alleged accom
plices were today removed to Seoul,
Korea, for trial. The prisoners are In
the hands of the Japanese authorities.
SHERIFF TO RE SENTENCED
Shipp, Tennessee Official, Ijoscb Fight
in L. r. Supreme Court.
Washington, Nov. 2. The . unusu.il
proceeding of an arraignment for sen
tence at the bar of the supreme "court
of the United States will be witnessed
two weeks from yesterday, in accord
ance with an announcement made yes
terday in the cases of Joseph H. Shipp
of Chattanooga.? Teun., and five co
defendants, charged with contempt.
Tho court, yesterday denied motions
for a rehearing of the cases. The
cases originated in the court deciding
in March, 190C, to consider the appeal
of a negro named Ed Johnson from a
verdict of the Tennessee courts, hold
ing him guilty and sentenced to be
hanged on a charge of assault. The
night after the . determination of the
euprenje court to review the proceed
ings was wired to Chattanooga where
Johnson .was. in jail, a mob torm;l
the Jail and lynched Johnson.
MUST GET BOMB THROWER
Head of Chicago Detective Bureau
I ships an Ultimatum.
Chicago, Nov. 2. Captain Wood,
bead of tho police detective bureau,
told his men last night if they failed
to get definite results In the bomb in
vestigations they should quit-the bu
reau .end added if his department
failed to run down the perpetrators
of the prolonged series. of explosions,
he would resign."' ''". -
NO KOSHERTOOD; STARVES
Orthodox Hel.rew,' Girl Scorns .Ship's
- lrovision and Dies. .
. New; York, Nov.. 2. '-Orthodoxy so
uncompromising' .that ; it prevailed,
even over the instincts of self-preservation,
caused, the deai.li yesterday in
the ' Ellis -Island hospital of Ciaolla
Breiner. a young Hebrew immigrant. !
ON J BENCH GOODS
JI4!,OoyerameDt Shows Resent-
Waai3ogton, Nov.'v 2. The lYeiafc
Soyernin put fhto . effect yeBterjyt
the maximum" tariff , .against ,'gooda.
coming from the .United States, JTais j
fiction , did not surprise treasury' qffl-?
f Ewr since nnf re.
t!iatSUnder the terms nf tho tnrtCt.JonAi
tfnsk&A in' ithfl flnulner tiniiisi tst I
J5A , t- congress the reciprocity
"s ,ow rates oa botiI
4.kc jjjvjjw a nap up so Tar, as the two
f j5ernn"eiSrp. concerned would ex-
i .. j "T - '. i L-i.'C . .
Kirtyai. tne en-VX' October the United
gtjitef haa beeftfntlctpating the'steD
talun. : at. -Part'' v. .-' - .
;.'VV cannot' directly
mum until noTf
-.IT n po'inAioa-iTi t y y "jUnaximuia. .were
vV- I Z&iti&tob ;ihe'r 4 sde'-Tias - been
i " f ra rnni i rtK't a t rit-vV-i nr-n ,'
4 poTi'iatba .3m t v iS"jnaxinum- .were
M E R C U RY'LAM R!QtDL A R E D
What Is to be ttf HtfM the tuFurer?
A good light ought , fovf5ve not kAv
strong illuminating, f.-powv.-V ut-alaaO
- t . t. W . r
eyes. and a proper alanicr 32g!jt
and shadow. The Candle wiasfcoft
but weak light; tno--gasfryM
stronger but it radiated Hch Seat
The incandescent - mantle ' lights for
gas or gasoline are intense hit, aciffjird-
effect that under it all people have fl '
ghastly appearance. But its radiation
T-l!atarsso nkoObaf1T3s. ssible
to hold the hand on a tube emitting
as much light as a large size are
lamp. Owing to its small heat loss
the light is the most economical lamp
known. Its efficiency being about thrje
times that of the arc light and six rr
seven1 times higher than incandescent
. Tho United States government has
found the lamp of special service 'n
the large city poetoffices as the green
light brings out sharply the contrast
between the black ink of addresses
and the white of envelopes.
SUPPLIES FOR BETHANY
List of Needs at the Home During the
Month of November.
The following Is a list of provisions
needed at Bethany home for the
month of November. Bids are to be
sent to Mrs. J. W. Crandall, 835 Fif
teenth street, br noon Friday, Nov. 3:
Flour, eight sacks; graham flour,, two
sacks; corn meal (white), two sacks;
Cream of Wheat, IS packages; Quaker
oats, IS packages; sugar (granulated)
100 pounds; coffee (Bell's), 10 pounds;
rice (head),. 20 pounds; canned corn
(K. and C.,), one case; eggs, one case;
crackers, one box; lard, 25. pounds?
hominy (white grain). '10 pounds; raK
sing- (blue ribbon)," tlx pounds; ginger,
two pounds; nutmegs, one pound; pep
per (ground), two pounds; bans
(navy), one-half bushel; sal soda. 25
pounds; blueing, one dozen bottles.
CAPTURE A ROBBER
Richards, Mo., Nov. 2. A number
of citizens surrounded the postofllc
here early today and captured a rob
ber who gave his name as Elmer Nich
ols, aged 17, of Eedalia, Mo. He was
taken to jp.il at Nevada, Mo.
Byrne's Body B'jried.
West Pclnt, N. Y., Nov. 2. Cadl
Eugene A. Byrne, who died Sunday as
a result of Injuries received in the foot
ball game Saturday, was given a mili
tary burial in tha academy cemetery
Washington, Nov. 2. The football
contest cf West Point and Annapolis,
scheduled for Nov. 27, was today de
Fire at Poor Farm.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 2. Fire In
the laundry ct the county poor fur'
building at Wauwatosa this morning
caused a panic' a:nong the patients,
but all were safely r?moved. The fire
was controlled after causing dimats
Smallpox on the Decrease.
Washington, Nov. 2. Smallpox
cases numbering 21.C30 in the Unit? J
Stales during the fif-eal year er.dlai
July 1 last were reported by the pub
lic health servico yesterday. This U
8 decrease of 7.G00 from the preceding
Customs Weigher Arrscted. .
New York, Nov. 2 Joseph Donel
len, customs ..weigher, was arrestad
yesterday charged with defrauding thi
government, by underweighlng sugar.
nff m ma nn icro htrrh . 4n4..;.rj. I
the eyes; the electric light is bvt pro! conveutlpn as marked by enthsla
ducing. The new Engineering clui? 't'? 'presf3on or faith la the' attain-. ;
Northwestern university heard an -ad- &hipVli ct' through the Valley." 1
dress Thursday, Oct. 21. by GeorgC- ritri&t &eHsc' of ! feuppqrt pt -the";
Keech on the Cooper-Hewitt mercurV v- a am i J'
f -'- " r tuv-u .uciitiL
Fil&jfnj in New Orleans ;
i,fiits rin"- Formidable V.
IV'.5 ..V - .
PROVIDE Bife LO HBY r0
'Great Enthusiasm; Attends ifie.; ; ; -1
; AdoptloiTVteptrt si v.-A-
5v; Day y QuietJ.
WIJAT WATERWAYS rtSOJ-J-'''.
V: '' TIOKS. TtD
'-Cheated a new natlonallseue. ,
k Pledged waterway. upp, only
i,to these candidates f or . office wh
' favor the waterway. . ,
'Condemned, the declaration 'of
h Piysident Taft that exlatef.cetrr
S i ... . fc-
waterway. , , r;)..
Condemned that. , 'part - of- the
United States engineers' report
iKlch declares acainst the' lakes-
to-the-gulf propotltlorv ascpenfmer
cjaliy desirable. . v j .
Demanded thar th federal gov-1
ernment .enter on a vigorous and
, definite policy regarding tht water-
ways. - ,( "" ,
v Demanded Immediate starting of
vthe 14-foot waterway, '-r;:
" hatjonal Investment and not'sfji
fp'scemeal experiment." r 'uJjjtr
New. 'Orleans, Not. ,i, The closing' '
PsW.a9.Beu,lc w jusuij xram.ine
??yN.y ruzoiiyiu-nemtn ,
iO1! w5 rentaUie-, . , ;
wniIbedficcUy affected by the.,
con.e;'?iictlon of .tti deepened chahn-I - -
thrquKhiti:gvMiasissipprvalIe.y to J.U '. v'
lafcesmv .' . .. ;-4V'v'
t i.-Tea 50i I.blyi"jt
NeV"0teao. -LaV" No. ;2. Adopt
ing. Rrolfejdbnt- Taf CsUmgg'tdca that, '
ben? Jort .oratory .Vis past, the
Lakviflo-thpulf Deep werwys con- ; ' .
tf;ntSvn, Kpt"hG accdiapan iment of
cnrstati last evening decided to
Eend'iia lob!) ylsts in Wash intoh' ttt 1
demand that congress ;deejK.n."tho Mia-
sissippl river.' .''" -T: ' - .' ,
The action of the convention follow- "
ed a day of oratory. '
Charles Scott of Mississippi, .chair-. , .
man of the committeo on jposolutlons, ,
had Just completed bis feport 1 when
Governor Francis of MJsb'oprI, Secured, ' ,'
recognition from the chairi1 : , is
"In one thing at leasf iagree with
President Taft, and thaVr the time
for speeches has pasFed,"'said be, ' '
" "The . way to dig this channel Is tbj . ,
dig . It." and the people wJof bAist;lI ' ' '
it are the federal off. cfrs.' The Missis- V -sippl.rivlet
'ja.-trador'th control if.the J', '
federal governraent.' We of the .state .
cannot 'improve It if we would-
'1 want to say to you that I am sick
and . tired of delays and excuses. On '
the trip down tho river I listened to
questions innumerable S3 to the feasl
billty and practicability of the 14 foot ,
plan. The plan has been declared "! .
practicable and feasible by a board
composed largely cf army engineers.
All we need is the money. The fed-
eral government must provide that and ' ,
tho federal government will. If we '
make them. Therefore, sir, I move
the adoption of the following resolu
"Resolve.!, That the president of the ,
Lalrps-to-the-Gu!f Deep Waterway as-.'
fociation be requested to appoint lotr ''
deJogates from our organization to
visit Washington and to pescnt to the :
proper committee of congress and to
Contlnu-d on I'uRe Five)
TAFT AT HOriE OF
Columbus, ftlss.. Nov. 2. Prealdo.Jt .
Taft tcday rcctivrd a Joyous welcoms '
here at the biithplaco of Secretary ct .
War Dickinson. Ho brought the eecre- ;
tary with him. After a reception at .
the old home of General Stephen Ti. .
Lee as guest of Blewett H. Iee, the
general's son, the president adJrcjsd 1
a bin crowd on the main street. He i
paid high tribute to Dickinson. Tho :
party departed for Birmingham at
Durent. Miss., Nov. 2. President :
Taft's train arrived here at 3:55 thf.i
ntorning and was sidetracked until
C:35, when it 1-ft for Wct Point and !
Columbus. Mlas. ,
West Point, M139.. Nov. 2 Tho
president's train arrived here at 11:05 j
thlc morulp.g. rrmaliicd A few ui- ;
jnenls, and icft for Columbus.
Columbus. Miss., Nov. 2. PieaMent j
Taft arrived here at II: 0 o'clock. ,
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