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ISLAND A "R.frTTS. PB
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 214.
PRICE TWO CENTS,
SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1012. -FOURTEEN PAGES
CONVENTION RUSHES WORK
AND MAY NOMINATE LATE
TONIGHT: TAFT HAS SWAY
Theodore Roosevelt Bids
Farewell to His Old Party
Cnv nrion Hail. ('. ato. J
Finish today a the plan
leaders hud d i'ca:R at the
r'pualiean cor ver.tiM..
this It in jroposed in
h'.id t r-- "Ps-
ilons. concluding late tor:..-.','. Th'-re
1h a possiull.tj, Lowtvci. ;.at uiitxjfc't
ed developments tuny i:p.er 'h- I lan
to ui'.s::ru today. t'r i:v-ti,a
work of 'hr
must crowd tn'
Into ' :.-.
W:n ton I T HK.
r'-rnian'-ii. orgii'i.za'.en must be
effected, rules ad 'p'ed. plntforru de-
t cl l iij-on and i.omit.atiotis made,
all l!i & run!,, If trie rote, i-w .or. it 'o
close tonight, a:.d delegates were dr
l' mimed It w
With I. opf. (,. r,o r"ta.. .-. f r fin
hi adjournment hornet .im- l. .tore da--light
Sunda-.. th- r-'.ri '. nf.on was
railed to order a: i '.U b;. Cnairmau
I IIII.V OP -Ml ! II
Several den :-i'cs i ri. d ' a I a'marrt." ,
V. ! H.ii i; .: ! -.; j. layer.
The col.verr.on ;mni' d.a'.:;. tuok up'
U.o report ol the r ti'ials omtril' ,
tee seating u. e Tati !! u;..' .-! uf large
Tl; nuti"rs v r (" was ta (J
VlVB VOM- VO'i , Ill's of
The majority report seating
Taft delegates was adopt'-d.
w 4IIIM.MI III fl.
Tfi- Washington as.- was m xt rw
jorw!, the i;,ii jt .ri; ; I.'i'.itiii Taft
nnd the mir.oritv I. ooi-rv !' . W heu
Povcil rose in :ik for the major
It v. olj" t ion w a.-, made and the t hair
rilled that w Mir- IioVoll mil.-! not lou
on h.s i J, iw. !. a.- t;t : 1 to
prir-'l.t I'i- i am' to th" roln ml ion.
Hn.-.t. T. Il.i'.'.i-n (.: .M;:i'i h"'.i ' r.
lu KuM'or of in-- i;.,:.' rity. .Mi i:.e
Tii it di'ii Liri rf i b at-!.
T!.' irowd I'l tai. !i tn. ".Mi-rrily
Wi roil around ."
Im-I vi I till hi II I . v Mllu.
.itor lio ...w di, i , ii'';ii!;. ihan
li ii n of ilit- national oti in ltt'-, vrn
tut' d down loii; tt.' i'toiiirj U anjj.
i!i -Ifi'iit ion. Illf pribi Mr. l.kv tliat
of IiniMoi in a (Imi of- h' ris. ' Miisid
ii n--t,B.it ion. A IVihih.v H alii. i n pii k
u I'ini up iind ind'l aim l.'.ch whllo
tl.- itiiiiiI ('llt-U.
l II IIIIMt " I II I H 1
Tt.' 'a.i! 'i i, ii df!'at ion i-tarnd
flu- i rv "Ur want Tiddy, and f'-r
the litst Hii..- i' kI utii i.,.If.u. SMul
tin- in. ii K-i'-h-'ii 't t " '1 ' i-ai! -i hard
tliuc ilrowniUK r. nut l!i. otli-T!
mini in r i'imiihi:.
1'urinu an iiit- t nii.-st n a .m s.cn
nan hutiK mci t!i- ii, ,r irai.-,ry riu'.!
if: "ttli.it Kool v,.,d o! tli,- I.-nios''
liu.i I .lit' .in a . v ' --i ii'oii of
r i tu i mi I s ir.asuiur.inli: iimiir the
blll.l.l-r of r I'l.liil. ,. ;.-m ' " 'I !;.
of it s'.itti.d a v 'rat 'i; 't i i;i r. nc iai
lv niiioi'.i: ' l;o..: ri'it t.-ol-. The '
.oUrr onlirfl il.i n i.,l.,!i don, i
imiii-im. hi i ii i inn.
The Taft d-ii . atr mi ar;ous !i.-s-lxmi'l'l
distil. : M-rv ali-o s-ratrd.
Nortii I iirolu.i. i k ia t.oinH and
Ten l.i bM'e i i! ".-s i r,i rilshed
through it t .. L.i.Ni i.f h'n mi ts of
'f t her rl . ' i v . . li nt: tli.. i-i 1
llU It." " hi re '.!- the tt..t! .' l'i p
f mm; will n t dm i ri i k..
The nir fur a fnrthi r r- port from
the i lYili'i u.,' i ..in mil t,.,. in,.,!cj
an hour ai d a half.
l.i H.iri'i. r ii;,..':s ns r 1m i-air.e
Iti" n as'lik: I:krl adjoin i n. i lit unn.d
not i'mii i. Lcforr s Sni.il .iy iiiortun.
'! he i nnii'iit inn ,is ra '- d 'o order
at 1..'.:'. at'ti r of i.e.iri to hours.
I IIMOIl MUMIIIM II
Ivioi ai lii.iu.i i ! ,. i - di rtialji .'tii-
ITlirtre l ad t.l.l.t.td .tP vverk. eer
ta' .v (I'ii .immi rt a ! a bta'emrr.t from
Ihe eh.i'.riiiHii o' t!.o ronimltr.r to
the effect that a'l ren air.it io:i-r.'i
had vul.-ntly h.-u ai.au.'.oi.- 1 ity
iir.Ktdmous eoi t-riit. ail tetna'.n'.i.i;
iaes. ixupt tiiose in Tras, weie
I'laiid upon tin p. rmai.ent re'.'..
TWt MIMUlin Kll'llllll .
A report n the T x.n Ue!i ca'i'B at
lar as ptv.e:i;. d Tl. .. us a Taft
iiMit. bt. The ioti.ir.'.:'i . favored the
Tuft iieuati i
To iiiii.onty retHirts were pn- nt
rd. one by S.ili.v.m of :.;. gjid the
Other b I'ai'.y of Wisiaiir.
The Taft &. sat. b a; las i;.' fri'tu
Tixas were ated l y I h--con vt ;.l .on.
(iovernor Jo:.! n of i'a,.t. r: :a ; ft
rorecatt Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
".enerally fair tonight and Sunday,
not much fhant-e in terr.perature;
i:i;;.t moderate easterly to southerly!
T nipera'ure a. 7 a m., Hich
i st yesterday, f ; !ov.e.-t last nipht, ;
ioclty of ir.d at 7 a. in.. Z mile6
F'recipitatlon, none. '
Relative humidity at 7 r. ni., 4B,
nt 7 a. m , 7o. i
Hiai." of atf7, 4., a fail of .2 in
la.tf 24 hours. .
J. M. SHEKIER, Loca! Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow l
Sun nets 7.24. rises 4 lit. Even'ng
mam: Man. .Jup'fer. Mercury Morn
ing Hturn: Vemm. Saturn.
Ir;- that he rjoes r,ot T-f i a-f arjv d' le
uates in favor of nt ;i:k for him if he
vo'es at all. but hopes h will not
vot !oo;-evelt ijeelar' ! 'he fonvet.
ti'.n has r.o rlalm fi ri rer-- nt the vot
ers of the republican party.
rii4ir: rtiM. ru.iiT.
Trenu ti'": ms !"( nr.e preit- d the
m r.Mon of Unosevt-lt's name, his del-
tji.'s paradint; the ba'.I.
As the head of th.- I iifade reached
ihp point uh- re Mo hiuan was seated,
a tVht broke out. I'oiien j.mneed on
Hi" t'.uhti rs and the parade swung in
the opp'u-ite (Iirec'ion.
Naminating Speech of
Prendergast is Thrown
Into the Discard.
ATTACKS ON CREDENTIALS
COMMITTEE ARE RESENTED;
WILFUL LIARS, IS RETORT
A PRIMARY PLANK
They Say, to Force Taft as
Head of Ticket.
Chicago, June 22. The rd&t-rO' m
committee voted down by a bare ma
jority of one a proposition by Gov
ernor Hadley to incorporate a nlanli
IS MERELY SPECTATOR jf!?rt. direct prar
BUUUum.CU UKI 111 i IK . I 1 1 N 1 t"
port would be piesented by the Koose
elt members of the platform com-
. : Pm,ni;n Imittee. It Is possible the Ia Follette
Supporters Stay in Convention, lfacUon wiU presont a report
The platform committee completed
the deliberations and adjourned at
12:30. Its principal discussion was on
the question as to whether the tariff
I resolution should include FDecified rec
ognition of the fact that certain duties
Chicago, June 22. "Roosevelt's 1 were too hish, with a pledge for thei-.-name
will not be presented by his ruction. Action making such recog-
nltinn ufl lLun
friends to this convention as now con-
stituted," was the declaration ofl '
Oruisby Mcilarg of the Roosevelt
forces early today. "The nominating
I speech of William A. Prendergast,
i which was to have been delivered in
I presenting Roosevelt, will not be
made. The Roosevelt forces will re-
the first step toward forming the new
party. He will go to the democratic
national convention at Baltimore and
make overtures to the progressive ele
ment of the democratic party.
The plan is to attempt to induce the
Chicago, June 22. After delegates to refrain from voting main in the convention, but as long j democratic progressives to cooperate
as tainted delegates remain and there
seems every prospect they will re
main, we will not participate in the
Til KOHI K T FT MIMIM ATIOV.
Governor .Johnson of California af-
frmed the intention of the Roosevelt
followers not to present the colonel's
excluded name to conversion. Other
... , , , , . . . . , . . uooseveu leauers tins oiorning sam
setting forth his position m this from the convention met Roose-j their only reason in staving throueh
making preliminary arrange
ments for the organization of a
new party, Roosevelt today def
initely severed his relations
with the republican national
convention. In a statement
in the convention, although
stating that in case they did
vote he could not free them'
from the obligation to cast their
ballots for him.
Roosevelt delegates and al
ternates who were
-r .- v . . , .TlirnrvnpTiir
icahim 13 hii ncHUur inc regard he said that, since the vclt in a body. The colonel
TRAVELERS FOR THE YEAR1 convention declined to remove urffed them to stand firm.
delegates who, he contends, arc A meeting favoring a new
fraudulent, he corld not recog- party probably will be held to
nize its authority. Ke urged his night.
witn tne ttooseveit tnird partv pro
gressives in the holding of a conven
tion for the nomination of a candidate
Instructions have been Issued to
the Oklahoma delegates by the pro
gressive republicans in that state to
lend all possible assistance in organ
izing the new party.
When Colonel Roosevelt was ad
vised from time to time of the de-
I'eoria. I'l . June 22 The following
officers were eliited vo-terday a' Ihe
r.htioi.al convention ot the Travelers'
'Tresldefct 1 laniel V. Micheaux,
First Vice President Walter Saund
ers. Richmond. Va.
Second Vice President William
f.'Neill. iK tiver Col.
Third Vic- President A. J. Cray.
Hiif!alo. N. Y.
Fourth Vice President John J.
Miiu.s. Jacksonville. I'la
Fifth Vice Prt K1 nt - John A. Cuice,
Secre'ary T. P. Iignn. St. lyiuis.
Mo., holds over.
PROMINENT I0WAN DIES
SUDDENLY IN GERMANY
Council Bluffs. Iowa. June 22. A
cahleiTiini from Berlin announces the
sudden death there yes'eri'.av of J. (I.
I tied ti h. Sr.. i.T. of Ave. a. I om a. one of
'he most proinii.eiit Cenna u-A ne r.'atis
it. Iowa. He was touring (( nn.iny
NYE, HUMORIST'S SON, IS
SUED FOR ALIENATION
New York. June i'2. Nid Ne, s-on
of 'he la'o Bill Nye. the nihious hu
morist, has been mad" the i i e- ndant
in a suit for damages for tie aliena
tion of the affections of his wife by
proprietor of th-j Hot, 1 York, who at
the tarn-' time instituted uit for di
vorce. Wilhi i ham claims 'hat de
tectives in his employ found his wile
and Mr. Nye together in a room at the
Hot,i Bryant after a trip to a Broad
way restaura::'. Mrs. Wilherham, for
merly of Pe'roit. is tweiitv-siN years
old. She has been married twice.
To Hear Charges Againat Judge.
Washington, Ju-ie Repn senta
fives Craham of Illinois and McCiv
of New Jersey f farted for Si alt'.-.
Wash, to inv cbhgate charge.- prt
f erred against Federal Jud.e Mai.-ford.
the ha'.l. ia'i'Unn, !e w.
the convert:. -n during
of a .resuii i-t. i. r le
Kooseveft i'.. I, ki.Ves
r.d Flfteel.t h T. i
teased. All other laf:
V'.aied on the r. ii.
ani ar.d .-.
the noib,' to s .! Sid
Henry J A'uen of
upei-i h wns a r.eo
Rooevelt e. p'.e r
ventlon and .t. w,
phynira! bo!', .-in; - .
hhii'Hiii i hi iii m
Allen alf.v ri ;.i! a s'a'. r.
! t.ot fit iu
:.d by lis
' r., tb w ere
11 H M KT.
oriU..ai .on was
K..t car. e for-
i r.-l n.trutes for
i- i.'.tr.-vi-.K ed
K ,:i.it. Alien's
-."; . :. that tl e
, '...'.i.i'rd this con
rk ;:nd. wit). our a
'. to the l.i'i le.
Roosevelt r-ri s rt :
teat::- tj U-t Tall
a ill t r.o
MAY PUT HADLEY
IN SECOND PLACE
Chicago. June 2 2. The v i. e pres
idential nomination is today hi n.g
given a great deal more lonsideratiuii
by the rank and file of delegates than
by the Party leaders in the Taft fac
tion and as a result there weie half
a do.t ii booms started without any
of them making much headway. There
Mas talk of Senator Ker.yon of Iowa,
a rer.oniTiiat ion of Sherman. gos.-;p
alHiut the strength of Hovernor Had
ley of Missouri, John Wanamaker of
Pennsylvania. Senator Borah of
Idaho and Pr. Nicholas Murray But
ler of New York The more promi
nent of the leaders discouraged ai!
cossip, counciUng avoidance of the
subject until the re noiii'nation of
President Taft had been effected.
President Taft is taij l ot to have
asked for the nomination of any oi..
of the men mentioned ar.d is said to
!e following the advice of thosr look
ing after his mteres's in the cotiven
t on in cot committirg him.-eif or. 'he
s ihject at all. It is known that he
would prefer to see r.omir.a--i torr.e
man known as a progressive, t it if
himself r.omir.a'ed. as he feels cer
tain he will be. he will not insist upon
picking his r.innlng mate.
Probably the nam.' of Governor
Had'ey is on the lips c? more ri- e
tates than 'hat of any o'h- r rr.an. dje
to the magnificent demonstration frr
hint when he opened the fight on
Ti.- sdav for the Ren sevelt cause, bu
Hsdley himse'J said he would not he
i nT.n.i'il w:;h h.s (or.ser.t.
What :f r.cmir.ated over your rn
tst." he was asked
1 "i .aXjl wdtl V tm '
MRS. GROVER CLEVELAND
RETURNS FROM ABROAD
N vv YorK, Juno 22. Mrs. (irover
("lev land has broti-ht her children
lack to the l oud Slates to be elucat-
d. Al'i.oiiiih they have been anoad
for some time, it w;s ci.ly that they
might barn the languages-. When th-ohie-t
hoy is ready, he wiil u.) tj
I'rince'on. in whiih university h;s
faih.ir took a great inieres'. In cor
Kcting the impression that the Cleve
land children would tu- wholly edu
cated abroad. Hie former first lady of
the land said today that personality
and individuality were just as neces
sary and important in the training of
children as they were to the success
of the adult.
"People have only begun to realize
'ho importance of discovering the par
ticular trend of the child's mind at a
very early age." said Mrs. Cleveland,
"and in msequtnoe a revolution has
taken place in modern educational
methods, especially those that have
to lo with the training of the young."
Mrs. Cleveland contends that child
im should be taught from the begin
ning that life has. at every stage, a
poignant meaning and that children
themselves have a responsibility.
the convention was to force their f.p- cisions of the committee on creden
ponents to nominate Taft. They be-'tials in the republican convention he
lieved that should a definite rupture ! practically gave up all hope that the
occur before the conclusion of the convention would agree to purge its
convention a coa- inise candidate . ranks of the delegates whom tho Roose
might be named1 effort to win 1 vclt forces charge were fraudulently
over the Roosevel 'owers. It is: elected. ; .
eald to be the interf.v the Roose-1 mupobsi AfTiM Am.
I velt men to hold a mass meeting to; The failure of the committee to un
i form a preliminary organization of a seat the Taft delegates from Califor
' progressive party. i "ia. which the colonel charges was
ni-' vi i koii vkw pihtv. i the most flagrant instance of actual
All doubt ns to the colonel s inten-I t,ltft. lightened the chances for an
tion of heading a third party was ' imniediate formation of the pr oposed
swept awav yesterdav, when he con-jl,,'ri' I''fty.
ferred with his nolifical nartv in the As 140011 as ,h,? California decision
shortest time possible. i
Colonel Roosevelt ignored
Chicago. June 22. Charges that
the Roosevelt members of the creden
tials committee who signed a state
ment attacking the work of the com
mittee were "wilful liars" and "gutter
workers" were made by Chairman De
vine, Judge Robert Morrison &Bd
other Taft members of that commit
tee at the beginning of today's ses
sion. IVvine declared "it was as dastard
ly a piece of falsification as was ever
published or tUtered" and that "no
man with any regard for truth would
sign or authorize such a statement."
The Roosevelt statement was cir
culated last night by R. R. McC-or-mick
and given out by him after the
signatures of 15 men had been se
cured. It charges there has been a
coalition between national committee
men and contested delegates and that
reports from the committee were
prepared in advance in line with a
I'IKIIIF 11 MI.K.M.Kl.
Petine and McCormick engaged in
a heated argument in the committee
room over the statement. Pevine de
clared Roosevelt members of the com
mittee were "wilfull liars," and chal
lenged them to prove the statement.
The storm r-uieted when Halbert of
i Minnesota, one of the signers of the
statement, expressed "highest respect
for the other members of the coin
Piscusslon of the statement con
! tinued some time, much bitterness be
; ing displayed.
j CAIIV ClltlU.F-S AR IIY.
Cady of Wisconsin, who had been
, charged by Roosevelt men with mis
: representing his state, said this
J charge was made because he refused
' to vote for the Roosevelt delegates
front the Thirteenth Indiana district.
"In my judgment there was nothing
but nnarchy there," declared Cady,
A committee of Taft memfTerB was
authorized to draw up a statement in
answer to the charges in the state
ment. TF.XAH 4M(i V.T.
The Taft delegates-at-large from
Texas were placed on the permanent
roll of the convention by credentials
committee 27 to 15.
Twenty two delegates from contest
ed Texas districts were seated in a
single decision without argument by
the credentials committee.
Father and Son Drown.
Cairo. III., June 22. While crossing
the Mississippi river near Cairo yes
terday Thomas Berrie and son, Ir
vine, w- re dro.vned. Their boat turned
over in a swift eddy.
Auto Kills Illinois Woman.
Ki.nkaee, 111., June 22. Mrs.
Corpe Hulbert of Reddiok, 111., was
; warning of certain financial interests,
i whose representatives were skeptical
j as to the ultimate success of the
move and told his followers tnat re
gardless of who the republican con
vention nominated as president there
was a demand for the new party and
that he intended to be in it.
Early in the day there was propos
ed a plan to hold a "rump" conven-
t tion ;'t the (lose of the republican
i convention. Rather than sacrifice the
chances for success of the proposed
'third party, however. Colonel Roose
! velt announced to his followers that
I it first would be necessary to do con-
siderable "missionary" work and rte
' clared against the scheme and against
I a "bolt" from the regular mnven
w as reported to Mr. Roosevelt it was ; SCHU M AN N-H El N K'S SON
eviiiem uiai ue nan lost ii is last nope
that the convention would carry out
Churchman Kills Himself.
Bloomington, Ind., June 22. Pe
spondent over his slow recovery from
a surgical operation, Robert Baker,
"i, trustee of Perry township, lodge
mi mber and a churchman, committed
suicide here by shooting himself
through the heart.
George F. Stone Dead.
Chicago, June 22. Ceorge Fred
ciick Stone, for 2S years secretary
of the Chicago loard of trade, died
yesterday at his residence, 1703
Ridge avenue, Evanston. He had
bein ill for six weeks from a stroke
of apoplexy. He was 78 years old.
IIVF.HTfRE TO PI--.MOC R T.
run over and killed here yesterday' "Dynamite" Edward Perry, chair
by an automobile driven by Miss man of the Oklahoma delegation, was
j authorized during the day to take'
SIDELIGHTS ON THE G. O. P. CONVENTION
was no' 1;
i S.. . 1
ii t i T!.-- .n
Hall. Chi. ago
e this in the ot
. June 2:
:n any lonv
s'ate of S jji
s than one. A rituonius
i.ot re;,i ii. d 'he h- icht
h,it ! as Heel. m.iMtV.-t h' .r
r.t. n of a;:y i arty in
,tor before. Their ha.
! 1 1 n t h t- :..-i n. th
Htiiim or if a:.t; ija'ion
in his debt. He
party to w i.om h
iioia.rs B cause
him has heed
ti rm in the
m' .-t i: tabu- of all
been whin th'
a.-::i. or c-mv
k. In 'hose
Pier, of '!.- par'y
er.icn.i the hail.
. v 1 1 y -sion.
stand tin- del- gai
re was so
her tin:. -s. t
were ready to er."l. :s
th-- s.::hust sic: ai.
sign.!,, ant t has- s of
is iipparer.t here.
w,ar a ilokg. d x;.r.
:. so to
were i r.v . r. a as tn. y
at the rp. u.rii of
It took very l;:;i- fo
es . ii th. ir f. . t. Th- y
e and blow off ;-.t
None of these
ssion. TL- y ere
has disrupted the j unable to give it to Roosevelt. Wall
owes all ids great street represented by VanderblU and
the party that made fiould failed in its purpose to four
d not his call for a third (irant back on the republican party 3b
White house he has a third term standard bearer and a
liouizh' ruin upon it. He has de-:setion of Wall street represented by
nominated it a eotiv-rJion of "theives" Perkins failed to force Roosevtlt back
and has said that r.o'h r.g ian rome ! upon the republican jarty for a third
fn i i it as ii ti.-t'.tu'i d that w ill not be i term. The stronger wing of Wall
from dishonest hai.ds. He has made 'street, represented by Rcot,
r impossible for the party to elect a'i'ime.
presi'l. tit this year No matter upon
wii(,s- I.eiid the nomination fails, de-j After all. the fraudulency
f-at is in store, it means, doom. jlban president making
siun a new thing. It
And the Roosevelt ian unreliability f worked to perfection whm Simuel
has again hi en shown. Late yi sterday ; J. Tilden was counted out of of-
L, Y. SHERMAN IS
ILL; IN HOSPITAL
Convention Hall, Chicago, June 22.
Lawrence Y. Sherman, a member of
the Illinois delegation, mentioned for
the vice presidency, became ill with
stomach disorder today and wa3 taken
ti the mergency hospital.
net h.apt y. Thiy are n.r-d ii.tir.st
is lacking. The men who n-sk. up i.-.e
convention do not seem to care what
happics so their si !e w.r.s What
eventually develops as a res :k i f -he
convention's action seems e-i ..ady to ut
a matter of li'tle concern. Trim sorae-
Kdy here and now . let the future
take care -f itself that seem f he
the pi cf action. Th-1 r.purl:csrs
are l.a'ir.g each o'her more than the
cppesit.cn i arty. Iaterteclse itrif-j
has swallowed up a-1 e!?e.
The dis'u.-h -r c :t- d- th-- r-.cr.'i'-n
hah. the strenuous c from Oyt. r
Fay has done one th.rz for ;-.:. .1 the
,ii;(!v.'i;. uu'U' vLi Xbui e-' rvlj
:hr t.vcitaiile one declared that he is
::na)t rahly oppo.-ed to a bolt. This
ec:n- s from the man vho has been
talking holt ail the week, who has Or
ihcs'ra hail engaged throughout the
Ac - k for a rump on. er.ticn. and who
at or.e time hal the wireg iail to bolt
and h la another couvebtion und-r his
jersonal direction riht in the Co!i
tt .rr. No he is uca.terably opposed
to bol'ir.g. Th- ruan w ho follows Roose
velt tar n.u.-t adjust himself to whims,
and be f re; are.i for anything.
it of the t-irmo'll corr.es this cne
:rr.al bu: ail important fact. The
has not tome or will it ever come
u the American people will consent
. resident. Washing
d advised against it.
to a third term
ten n f ;s d it a'
c the ron-Camc-ton
ar.i ( i r.klir.g ard th' ir fcliowers were
unable fo give j- to Grant and Haiiey
' iii L-;,iii ii li-uj f jllofcrs
fiie by the stealing of the eriiire state
of Louisiana after he bad fairly d test
ed Rutherford B. Hayes in IST'1. and
the whole republican party throughout
the nation applauded. It was almost
iaiise for a war. b it the nation, stili
sick from the bloodiest civil strife .n
all history, paj.-ed. and Samuel J Til
d' n, gra'c-r than the sc-lf-s- ekir.g
Roosevelt, naid, let it be. He was
too great to permit the defeat of his
own ambition to irnper.l his country.
: He knf w he had be-n outrageously de
prived of the honor that was his by
vcte cf 'he pc-o; but h- put asid-.- all
that was iigh'fully his in the interests
of peace. He fc it that at that crucial
moment in the affairs of his country i;
, could b'-fer star.d a crime than to un
dergo fresh ir.terna! disturbance. Aad
he s'ihm.tted. But the republican par
ty that per.-etra'ed the outrage tag
found its chickens comir.g Lone j
roost It U peristiag by i'.s oZ
SECRETARY MEYER HAS
AN ATTACK OF TYPHOID
Washington. June 22. Se"rc-:.i:y
of the Navy Meyer, who left Wash
ington a week ago for tits home in
Hamilton, Mass, has developed ty
phoid fever, according to a message
rece ived today.
Grain Worth $500,C00 Burns.
Kansas City, June 2ii. Fire yes
terday afternoon destroyed the I'nioii
Pacific elevator in Armourdale. Kan.,
with $.".ouifii worth of grain. Thirty
houses were burned Swift and Mor
ris lacking plan's were endangered.
Brandt Loses His Appeal.
Albany. N. Y., Jure 22. The court
o' appeals affirmed the decision ot
the appellate division first department.
cjrd-ring the return to Clinton prison.
Dar.nemora. of Folke E. Brandt, the
former vaie-t of Mortimer L. Sehiff
of New York.
T enty-Th.-ce Are Drowned.
Budapest. June 22. A Hunga.ian
ri ' r f atr.1 1 has b-i n huiri'-d off Car
r.a.oda on the lc'T Han He- Twenty
three of th'- crew (-,-" burned to death,
LOSES IN $25,000 SUIT
After a short deliberation a Jury In
the I'niied States court here awarded
$2r.ti0n damages to Miss Johanna Alice
Forner of Dresden, Germany, in her
suit against Hans Schumann He-Ink, son
of the noted singer. child was born
to the young woman in February of
Schumann Helnk. who has not evinc
ed any interest in the proceedings
since the suit was begun, was not In
court, nor was he represented by
counsel. Miss Forner was the only
woman in the room, and her testimony
had to be given through an Interpreter.
She told of Ihn young man's love
making, of his promise to marry h r
and of bis desertion. Since then Mian
Forner has not seen Schumann Heink
but a letter written to her by hltn
after the birth of the child was ad
mitted In evidence.
It. was translated to the court as fol
lows: April 21, 1910.
My beloved good little mother:
Pleaso don't worry about anything.
I will try to make everything good
and right, for what I did wrong. I will
return to you and th'-n we will g-i
hand in hand toge.ther through life and
make the best of It. for our child shall
be our live. shed tears when I sa
;the picture of you and the child. For
give me- and hold your h-ad high.
Your mother b'ti,-s me now; I will
do my best, that she will again lov.j
me. Best wishfS to your sisters. D'i
not think bad of m". The expenses
and other thing" I j' ni'-e-t when 1
see my bcion-d neither again. Have
you sold He dace? Hold It hacp If
ye-u can arrange. If ton late, then we
v. Ill have r, i.oinething new Iive
to you inv beloved, true girl and child;
you will forgive me. or have ycni fou:iJ
i-oine thing better than I am?
Pb-ai-e let me Know ev ei , I hlng. I
an1 kisses Have lota 'if that.ks f'-r
vour love and honor You don't know
bow I I onor ani love. you. Yours fer
now an i alwa.-s, your true and loy.il
In a pos'-cript to the letter, "Thous
ands of h ihs-is " wir- sent.
The vouri plaintiff did not hve her
baby in court, nut i'a pr'.-eine was not
needed to convince the jjrv that sh
waz entitled t't all the money she
sought. Miss Fotner was I.i t'-ars all
the time when she wis on th"
.tan1. bu. her eeB bri'hiened. and a
her pret'v mouth
er.--oi.s were rest i:
uni'ie played about
when the foreman
Michael Kerwin Dies.
New Ycif.. .lur'- 22 Michael K'-r-t.
7f yais 'id. civ il war hero, ard
f enter in the ta-it- of. IrUL lihfer'y,
Four Firemen Hurt.
Minneapolis, Minn.. June 22. Four
firerne-n were injured here, two ser
iously, when a street car and a hook and
lacder t tacit coliidcd.