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President Calls Coal Railroad Presidents Presidentsand Presidentsand Presidentsand
and Mitchell to Conference Conferencemil ConferenceWILL Conferencer ConferenceWILL
It Ills Is Understood Not to Be the Purpose of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Roosevelt In Making no Appeal for fora fora fora
a Settlement of the Strike to Announce AnnounceWhat AnnounceWhat AnnounceWhat
What Action He Holds In Reserve In Case CaseHis CaseIlls Caseills
Ills Appeal Is Not SuccessfulWashington Successful SuccessfulWashington SuccesslulWasbington
Washington D C Special SpecialPresi SpecialPresident Presi President ¬
dent Roosevelt in line with public < senti sentiment sentiment sentiment ¬
ment has taken an important step to toward toward toward ¬
ward bringing the coal strike to a asettle asettlement settle settlement settlement ¬
ment and relieving the rapidly increas increasing Increas Increasing Increasing ¬
ing coal famine throughput the country countryAs countryAs countryAs
As a result of the conference held Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day between the President and the themem themembers mem mcmbers members ¬
bers of his cabinet he Wednesday invited in invited Invited ¬
vited the presidents of the coal railroads railroadsand railroadsand railroadsand
and leading operators together with withPresident withPresident withPresident
President Mitchell MitcheUJ of the United Mine Mineworkers Mineworkers Iilinetvorkers
workers to a conference conterence at the tempor temporary temporary temporary ¬
ary White House to consider the vital vitalquestion vitalquestion ital italquestion
question of the failure of the coal sup supply supp suppiy ¬
ply p These telegrams were sent sentWhite sentWhite sentWhite
White House Washington October I II
1902 I 02
1902George 02Ge George Ge rge F Baer President Reading ReadingRailroad ReadingRailroad ReadingRailroad
Railroad System Philadelphia Pa PaW PaW PaV
W V H Truesdale President Delaware DelawareLackawanna DelawareLackawanna DelawareLackawanna
Lackawanna and Western Railroad RailroadCompany RailroadComoany RailroadComanyy
Company 26 Exchang Place New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York N Y YE YE Y
t E B Thomas Chairman of the Board BoardErie DoardErie BoardErie
Erie Railroad Company 21 Courtlandt Courtlandtstreet Courtlandtstreet Courtlandtstreet
street New York N Y YThos YThos YThos
Thos P Fowler President New York YorkOntario YorlOntario YorkOntario
Ontario and Western Railway Company Companyr
r I 56 Beaver street New York N Yj Y YR YR
j R M Olyphant President Delaware Delawareand Delawareand Delawareand
and Hudson Company ompanYr i 1ew cw York N Y YstreetNew YJohn YJohn
John MItchell Presiuent President United Mine Minestreet Minestreet
streetNew street New YorkN7YV YorkN7YVI Yo Yolr k N Y YI YI
I should shoul greatly like to see you on onto onIriday ongrida
Iriday grida next O O to er3 at at 11 oc10C oc10CI oclock oclockdal6arl
A M I h hero ro In innto il1t dal6arl i tltgOljl tltgOljlto cgp l
to the failure bf the coa coal supply which whichnas which1IS whichuas
nas become a matter Of f vital concern to tothe tothe tothe
the whole nation I have sent a similar similardispatch similardispatch similardispatch
dispatch to Mr John Mitchell president presidentof
of the United Mineworkers of America AmericaTHEODORE AmericaTHEODORE AmericaTHEODORE
John Mitchell President 1WilkesbarreMine United Mine Mineworkers Mineworkers Mineworkers
workers workersI clof of America 1Wilkesbarre Wilkesbarre Pa PaI PaI
I should greatly like to see you on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday next October 3 at II oclock A AM AM AM
M here in Washington in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the failure of the coal supply which has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
become a matter of vital concern to the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole nation I have sent a similar similardispatch similardispatch similardispatch
dispatch to the presidents of the anthra anthracite anthracite anthracite ¬
cite coal companies companiesTHEODORE companiesTHEODORE companiesTHEODORE
1 The President did not decide to call callthe cal1the callthe
the conference until the lawyers of the theCabinet theCabinet thei
i Cabinet informed the President that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was no way under the Constitution Constitutionand Constitutionand
and the form of government of the theUnited theUnited thet
t United States for federal intervention to toend toend toend
end the strike strikeA strikeA strikeA
A J Cassatt president of the thePemwlvanja thePemwlvania thePennsdvania
Pemwlvanja Pemwlvania Railroad Is among those thoseasked thoseasked thoseasked
asked to join in Fridays conference conferenceThe conferenceThe conferenceThe
The President has the greatest respect respectfor respectfor respectfor
for Mr Cassatts wellknown business businessability businessability businessability
ability and good goodjudgment judgment and fs is s anxious anxiousthat anK anxious anxiousthat ous ousthat
that he should give the conference the thebenefit thebenefit timebenefit
benefit of his opinion No reply has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been received from him though it is isnot Isnot isnot
not doubted he will attendJ attend attendJ
J Pierpont Pierront Morgan says President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt s plan for a conference on the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike situation is an admirable one onePresident onePresident oneI
I President Gee Ge F Baer of the Read ReadI Reading Reading
ing Company says I he considers J the thePresident thePresident 1 1President
President s request a command and will willattend wi1attend willattend
attend All the other coal railroad railroadpresidents railroadpresidents railroadpresidents
presidents and operators invited will willAttend willttend willattend
Attend ttend the theconferencc theconferenccA conference conferenceA
A Naval Stores Combine CombineSavannah CombineSavannah CombineSavannah
d Savannah Ga Special Specla1The The Con Consolidated Consoli ¬
solidated soli dated Naval Stores Company was waiincorporated wasIncorporated wasincorporated
incorporated in Jacksonville with a acapital IIcapital acapital
capital of 2000000 The concerns go going going going ¬
ing ing into the combination are the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Naval Stores Company at atSavannah atSavannah atSavannah
Savannah the Ellis Young Company Companyat
at Savannah the Downing Company Companyat
t at Brunswick Ga the Mutual Naval NavalStores NavalStores NavalStores
Stores Company at Jacksonville Jacksoi acksol1ille villet theGulf the theGulf theGulf
Gulf Naval Stores Company at Tam Tampa Tampa Tampa ¬
pa the Florida Naval Stores Company Companyat Companyat
i at Jacksonville acksonville Fla and the West WestCoast West WestCoast VestCoast
Coast Naval Nav l Stores Company at Pensacola Pen Pensacola Pensacola
sacola The combine will will handle the theoutput theoutput theoutput
output of Sao 00 producers in Georgia GeorgiaFlorida GeorgiaFlorida GeorgiaFlorida
Florida Alabama and Mississippi and andis andis andis
is expected to do an annual business businessof businessof
of Si Sizoooooo SizooooooGave uoooooo uooooooJnve i oooooo ooooooGave
Gave Life 10rlIer for Her Niece NieceMobile NieceMobile NieceMobile
Mobile Ala Special Specla1Whlle While de defending defending defending ¬
fending her 15yearold z5 year old niece Helen HelenRobertson HelenRobertson HelenRobertson
Robertson from an attempted attempted assault assaultMr assaultMrs assaultMrs
Mr Mrs Helen Dickson who lives in ina Ina ina
a suburb south of of this city was mur murMiss
dered dered in her room by an unknown man
Miss Robertson Miss Dicksons niece nieceand nieceand nieceand
and a 3 3yearold year olcl son of Mrs Dickson Dicksonwere Dicksonwere Dicksonwere
were in I the room when the murder was wascommitted wascommItted wascommitted
committed The girl was aroused by
some unknown person who had enter entered entered entered ¬
ed the room and who attempted to as asj assault assault
sault j h her 7 r Her cries for w uciu help uiuuacu aroused
Mrs Dickson who was sleeping beside
her and in the struggle that followed
Mrs Dickson was choked to death deathI
Domestic DomesticAn DomesticAn DomesticAn
An international conference of dele delegates delegates dalegates ¬
gates from the coffeeproducing coun countries countries countries ¬
tries met at the Coffee Exchange New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York President Percy B OSullivan OSullivanof
of the exchange is a delegate to the therongrcss theongress theongress
ongress and Thomas R DawreyJr DawreyJrlias Dawrey Jr Jrhas Jrhas
has been designated by the State De Department Department Dcpartment ¬
partment at Washington to act as a adelegate adelegate adelegate
delegate on behalf of the United UnitedStates1 UnitedStates UnitedStatcs
States States1Judge StatesJudge StatcsJudge
Judge Amidon of the United States StatesCourt StatesCourt StatesCourt
Court at St Paul in dismissing the thesuit thesuit thesuit
suit of Camille Wcidenfcld to enjoin enjointhe enjointhe enjointhe
the Northern NorthernPaific Pacific Railway Company CompanyNorthern Companyfrom Companyfrom
from transferrln transferring its stock to the theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Securities Company ar arraigned arraigned arraigned ¬
raigned the plaintiff severely severelyJennie severelye severelyJennic
Jennie e nie Larsen a young Danish Danishwoman Danishwoman Danjshwoman
woman was found strangled to death deathin deathin deathin
in the apartment of Louis Appleord in ina ina ina
a tenement in Harlem New York The Theroom Theroom Timeroom
room was filled with gas and the man manlaid manlaid mansaid
laid he had turned the gas on with the theintention theIntention theintention
intention of committing suicide suicideFrank suicideFrank suicideFrank
Frank Lorgowski of Detroit who whoclaims whoclaims whoclaims
claims to be an exiled Russian nobleman noble nobleman nobleman ¬
man has received notice that the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian courts have awarded him 45000 45000His 45000His 4goooHis
His estates were confiscated in 1863 1863The 1863The 5863The
The ship combjne was incorporated incorporatedat
at Trenton N J The capital stock is
120000000 of which onehalf is to be bepreferred bepreferred bepreferred I
preferred preferred clock with 6 per cent cumu cumulative cumulative cuniulative ¬
lative dividend dividendThe dividendThe dividendTime
The Labor and Populist parties and andthe andthe andthe
the amalgamated Republicans in Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana have combined forces to defeat defeatthe defeatthe defeatthe
the reelection of Senator VV A Clark ClarkWalter ClarkWalter ClarkWalter
Walter S Sullivan colored was waslynched waslynched waslynched
lynched at Portland Ark He was ac accused accused accused ¬
cused of shooting a white man in the theback theback theback
back backSecretary backSecretary backSecretary
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw Shawspent Shawspent Shawspent
spent the day on Wall street discussing discussingthe
the financial situation with bankers bankersthere bankersthere bankersthere
there He issued a statement more moreof morelllly moreLilly
lllly explaining his pro ed method methodof
of putting more money prrled if iirculation iirculationJudge arculationJudge irculationJudge
Judge Summerville Q Illinois has hasdecided has1ecided hasdecided
decided that a mamvhp man why ivh sells his wife wifemust wife11luSt wifeUrust
must iqsure il1S insure C delivery or of he is guilty guiJtytilfobUflt u ty
4fobta1nirig tilfobUflt Urustobtdittu f obtdittu obtdittuiqsure m i dlcinayi l lt ncJy < unilH UnA MWHire MWHiretenses e etenses etenses
tenses tensesMiss tensesMiss tensesMiss
Miss Alice Hay daughter of the Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary of State was quietly married at atNcwbury atNewbury atNewbury
Newbury N II to James W Wads Wadsworth Wadsworth Wadsworth
worth of Gencjisec N Y YHenry YHenry YHenry
Henry C Scheel a coal merchant of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York despondent on account of offlic ofhe ofthe
the he miners strike shot himself and is isikely isikely isikely
ikely to die dieThe dieThe dieThe
The Rock Island fast mail was waswrecked wasvrecked waswrecked
wrecked at Newton Ia 12 can of ofmerchandise of11erchandise ofmerchandise
merchandise being thrown into the thestream thestream theStream
stream streamAn streamAn StreamAn
An attempt was made to wreck a aReading aReading aReading
Reading Railroad express train near nearPottstown nearPotts nearPottstown
Pottstown Potts town Pa PaThomas PaThomas PaThomas
Thomas J Sharkey who it is al alleged aie alc ¬
leged e ed caused the death of Banker BankerNicholas DankerNIcholas BankerNicholas
Nicholas Fish in New York was in indicted inJicted inJicted ¬
Jicted for manslaughter in the first de degree degree de3ree ¬
gree greeThe
The United Mineworkers claim that thatnonunion thatlOl11mlon thataonunion
nonunion men are deserting the mines minesbecause minesbecause minesbecause
because because they do not like to work under underhc underhe underhe
he guard of militiamen militiamenGust militiamenGustZ militiamenGust
Gust GustZ Z Siefcld a farmer living near nearPcshtlgo nearPcshtlAo nearPeshtigo
Pcshtlgo while beating his wife was waskilled waslIIed wastilled
killed < lIIed by his sonEthel son sonEthel sonEthel
Ethel Belle McChesncy aged 19 59years 19years 19years
years committed suicide at Syracuse SyracuseN
R Bannister Mitchell a young man manof manof manof
of Stony Creek Va eloped with Miss MissMabel 1I11ssMabel MissMabel
Mabel Lee of the same place ostensibl osten ostcnsibl ostensibl
sibl s to be married When about 25 25mile 25milCl 25mule
mile from her homo hom Mitchell shot shothis shothis shothis
his sweetheart to death and then kill killed killed killed ¬
ed himself with the same weapon weaponTheir weaponI weaponTheir
I Their bodies were found lying together togetheron
on a buggy robe robeBishop robeBishop robeBishop
Bishop Fallows of Chicago has ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived in New York after a careful in inspection inspection inspection ¬
spection of the strike conditions in inthe inthe inthe
the anthracite region and he expresses expressesthe expressesthe expressesthe
the opinion that the solution of such suchlabor suchlabor suchlabor
labor problems lies in the establish establishment establishment establishment ¬
ment of state courts of labor laborA laborA laborA
A negro shot and wounded J H HBaber HDaber HBabers
Baber Babers a motorman in Richmond Va Vaand Vaand Vaand
and when a lot of carmen started to tolynch tolynch tolynch
lynch the negro a crowd of his friends friendscame friendscame friendscame
came to his rescue and a riot fol followed followed ¬
lowed A number of men were hurt hurtand hurtand hurt2nd
and a policeman injured injuredForeign InjuredForeign injuredForeign
Foreign ForeignThe ForeignTh ForeignThe
The Th Greek Legation at Constantinople Constanti Constantinople Constantinople ¬
nople has informed the Porte that 150 150Greek 150Greek 55oGreek
Greek notables were murdered by
Bulgarians during the past two months monthsTurkish monthsTurkish monthsTurkish
Turkish troops have driven the Albanians Al Albanians AImilI1s ¬
banians > milI1s into the mountains and pil pillaged pillaged pHaaged ¬
laged and burned two Albanian towns townsThe townsThe townsThe
The Venture Corporation of Lon London London London ¬
don promoters of the Independence IndependenceMine IndependenceMine
Mine at Cripple Creek Col is pre preparing preparing preparing ¬ I
paring to bring brin suit for 5000000 dam damages damages damages ¬
ages against the t e estate of W S Strat Stratton Stratton Stratton
Prince Chun brother of the Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror of China was married to a adaughter alaughter
daughter of Yung Lu grand secretary secretaryto
to the throne throneThe throneThe throneThe
The Irish League has demanded the theresignation theresignation theresignation
resignation of William ODoherty from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the House of Commons because he at attended attended attended ¬
tended the coronation of King Edward EdwardThe EdwardThe EdwardThe
The postmortem examination show showed showed showd ¬
ed that M Zolas death was due to toasphyxiation toasphxiatlon toasphyxiation
asphyxiation His wife was prostrated prostratedon
on learning of his death deathSolicitor deathSolicitor deathSolicitor
Solicitor Penfield concluded the ar arguments arguments ar arguments ¬
guments for the United States before beforeThe beforeThe before1he
The Hague International Tribunal in inthe inthe inthe
the Pious Fund case
Big Ship Combine Now a Fact With
OneHalf One lalf of the Cnpltal Stock Is to Be Pre Preferred Prelerred Proferred ¬
ferred Stock With Six Per Cent Cumula Cumulative Cumulalive Cumulafive ¬
live Dividend DIvidendThe The Company Authorized Authorizedto
to Issue 75000009 4 M Per Cent BondsOfficers Bonds BondsOfficers DocdsOfficers
OfficersNew Officers OfficersNew OfficersNew
New York SpcclaJThe Special The ship com combine combine combine ¬
bine was incorporated at Trenton N NJ NJ NJ
J by the filing of papers amending amendingthe amendingthe amendingthe
the certificate of incorporation of the theInternational theInternational theInternational
International Navigation Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywhich
which was filed in June 1903 with an anauthorized aaauthorized anauthorized
authorized capital of 15000000 The Tluamended Thfamendcd Theamended
amended certificate filed changes the thtname thelame theaame
name to thai tlmak of International MercantHe Mercant Mercantile Mercantile
ile Marine Company with an authoriz authorized ¬
ed capital of 120000000 120000000 of which one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half is to be preferred stock with ith 6 per peicent percent percent
cent cumulative dividend The com company company company ¬
pany is also authorized to issue issue 75 75DOOOOO 75aoo0o0
DOOOOO > of 4 12 per cent bonds bondsThese bondsThese bondsThese
These directors and committees have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been named namedDirectors namedDirectorsC namedDirectorsC
Directors DirectorsC C A Griscom P A BWidener B BWidcncr nWidener
Widener B H Baker John I Water Waterbury Vatcrbury ater I Ibury
bury George W Perkins E J > Berg Bergwind Ber Berwind Berwind
wind James H Hyde Charles Steele SteeleRight StecleRight j jRight
Right Hon W V J Pirrie J J1 Bruce Is Isay l lnay 1 1ay
nay ay Sir Clinton E Dawkins Henry HenryWilding HenryWilding HcnryWilding
Wilding and Charles F Torrey TorreyExecutive TorreyExecutive TorreyExecutive
Executive and Finance Committee CommitteeC Committees CommitteesC i iC
C A Griscom P A B1Videncr B Widener Geo GcoW GeoW Geo1V
W Perkins Edward J Bcrwind and andDharles al1l al1lharles andmaries
Dharles harles Steele StcelcBritish SteeleBritish SteeleBritish
British Committee CommitteeSir Sir Clinton E EDawkins Eii BDawkins
Dawkins chairman Right Rh ht Hon W WPirrie W Ji JiPirrie J JPirrie
Pirrie J Bruce Ismay smay Henry Wilding Wildingand Wildingand 1Vildingand ±
and Charles F TorreyMr Torrey forreyUr 4 4Mr
Mr Griscom head of the Internar Internartional International Interna International
tional Navigation Company is is toj to tobc tobe
be president of the combination The Thenew Th Thnew j jnew
new combination will embrace thAmer1ran thcj th thAmericanIin
AmericanIin Amerlcan LInc s the theRoti Red Star Sf 1i Llnethj LlnethjLcyland Line Ult th thLeyland
Leyland Line the White Star Lineand Lineand Line Lineand
and the Atlantic Transport Line Liner as aswell aswell aswell
well as one or two other companies companiesCharles compal1lesCharles companiesCharles
Charles Steele who spoke spol < e for Mor Morgan Morgan Morgait ¬
gan Co in the foregoing details was wasasked wasasked wasasked
asked about certain statements attrib attributed attril1I1ted attribsited ¬
sited to Gerald Balfour president of the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Trade of Great Britain that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the new combination would be domin dominated dominoated dominated ¬
ated by British interests Mr Steele Steelesaid Steelesaid Steelesaid
said that he thought President Pre ident Balfour Balfourintended Balfourintended Balfourintended
intended to say that the the subsidiary subsidiaryBritish
British lines would be so controlled controlledwhich controlledwhich controlledwhich
which he Mr Steele said would be bethe I1ethe betime
the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The statement that there would be beno beno beno
no public vending or sale of the stock stockof stocki stockof
of i > f the new company companythose those directly in interested interested incrested ¬
terested having subscribed for the entire en enire endre
tire ire amount amountwas was also made by Mr MrSteele MrSteele MrSteele
Thurston Almost Dead DeadSt De8llSt DeadSt
St Louis Special Specia1Clarence SpecialClarcnceThurs SpecialClarcnceThurston ClarcnceThurs ClarcnceThurston Thurs Thurston
ton a son of former United States StatesSenator Stat StatSenator StatesSenator
Senator Thurston of Nebraska and andin andan
in attache of the Worlds Fair offices officesin
in St Louis was found unconscious unconsciousfrom unconsciousfrom unconsciousfrom
from asphyxiation in his apartments at ati athotel atI
i hotel The door of his room was wastightly wasightly wastightly
tightly closed the keyhole plugged the thewindows thewindows thewindows
windows bolted and the gas jets open openindicating openndicatlng openindicating
indicating that an attempt had been beennadc beennade beennade
nade at suicide Thurston is 22 years yearsold yearslId yearsold
old and has been b en in St Louis about aboutJirce abouthree aboutthree
three months He was taken to the theCity theity theity
City ity Hospital where the physicians say saythere saythere saythere
there is is a possibility that he may not notMay notecover notecover
May Lose Steel Mill MillLebanon AU MillLebanon II IILebanon
Lebanon Pa Special SpecialFoUowlng SpecialFoUowlngIhe Following Followingdie Followingtime
die departure of the 300 negro iron ironworkers ironvorkers ironworkers
workers from the American Iron and andSteel andSteet andSteel
Steel Companys plant here during the theMight thellght thetight
Might a rumor spread that the com company company commany ¬
pany will move its mills to Pittsburg Pittsburgind Pittsburgand Pittsburgmad
and that no n further effort is to be made madeo
o settle the strike in the puddling dcmartmcnt de department deartment ¬
partment The company however will willrontiimc willontinue willontinue
ontinue to operate its factory depart department departllent departtent ¬
tent here manufacturing nuts and andjolts andolts andBolts
jolts olts chiefly An official stated that thatunless thatJnless thatsinless
unless the strikers return at once the thepuddle theuddle timemuddle
puddle uddle mill will be closed for the win winer winer winer
er and the company company will buy its iron ironn
n the open market marketMonument marketMonument marketMonument
Monument to Nancy Hawk HawkLincoln HawkLincoln HawksLincoln
Lincoln City Ind Special SpeclalA SpeclalAmonument SpecialAmonument A Amonument
monument to t Nancy Hanks Lincoln Lincolnwas Lincolnwas Lincolnwas
was dedicated here and notwith notwithstanding notwithItanding notwithstanding ¬
standing the disagreeable weather th thargest the thtargest theargest
argest crowd that ever gathered inhe ir irhe 111he
he county witnessed the ceremonies ceremoniesIhe ceremoniesfhe ceremoniesrho
Ihe grove in which the monument it itocated itocated iiorated
ocated was cleared of underbrush ant anti
i number of stands one capable of scat scating scatmg seatmg
mg 1000 people were erected The Thestone Thtstone Th Thatone
stone for the monument was taker takerfrom takerfrom
from the old base of the Abraham Lin Linoln Linoln Lincoin
coin oln monument at Springfield 111
Gen John C Black of Chicago deliv delivsrcd delivred
the oration and Governor Durbit Durbiticccptcd Durbirccepted
the monument monumentPlenty monumentPlenty monumentPlenty
Plenty ot Coal Says Doer BaerNew DoerNew BarrNew
New York Special SpeciatPresident President Baer Baerwas Baerwas Baerwas
was asked if there would be enough coalin coal coalin c0011il
il in this city to supply the demand before beforethe beforethc beforethe
the winter sets in Oh certainly he hesaid he5ald hesaid
said This idea that there is going to tobe toLe tobe
be a scarcity Of coal this winter is simply simplya
a scare There will be plenty of coal in inNew inNew
New York before the cold weather weatherN
N i
Promo rromoloa re mnolon Ion All Along the Line LineThe LIneThe LineThe
The following important diplomatic diplomaticappointments diplomaticappointments diplomaticappointments
appointments have been announced from fromthc fromthe fromthe
the State Departments DepartmentsCharlemagne DepartmentsCharlemagne DepartmentsCharlemagne
Charlemagne Tower of Pcnnsylvaniaj Pcnnsylvaniajplenipotentiary Pennsylvania Pennsylvanianow I
now ambassador extraordinary anll anllrMnlpotentiary and andplenipotentiary
plenipotentiary to Russia to be ambassad0t ambas ambasjsador ambassadt
jsador sad0t sadt > t extraordinary and plenipotentiary plenipotentiarytto
Ito tto Germany Germanyi
i Robert S McCormick of Illinois now nowambassador nowambassador
ambassador ambassador extraordinary and plenipo plcnipojftentiarjr plenipojtentiary
jftentiarjr to AustriaHungary to be am amiibassador amtbassador amvbassador
iibassador extraordinary and plenipoten plenipotentiary plenipotenttiary plenipotentiary ¬
tiary ttiary to Russia RussiaIICI RussiaDellamy RussiaBellamy
Dellamy Storer IICI Ul of Wllll Ohio IlUW now WIVi WIVimininster envoy envoyectraordlnary envoyextraordinary
extraordinary and mininster plenipot plenipotordinary plenipoten plenipotenthary plcnipotentiary
tiary to Spain to be ambassador extra extraordmary extraordinary
thary ordinary and plenipotentiary to Austria AustriajfHuncrary AustriaHunllary AustriaHunrary
jfHuncrary Hunllary
i > Arthur S Hardy of New Hampshirenow Hampshire Hampshirenow HamJshirenow
now envoy extraordinary and minister ministerplenipotentiary mmisterplenipotentiary I
plenipotentiary plenipotentiary to Switzerland to be en enrAoy enoy enoy
rAoy oy extraordinary and minister plcni plcnipotentiary plenito plcnipotentiary
potentiary to Spain SpainCharles SpainCharles
Charles Page Bryan of Illinois now nowenvoy nowenvoy
envoy envo extraordinary and minister pleni pleatpotentiary plenipotentiary plenipotentlary ¬
potentiary to Brazil to be envoy extra extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary plenipotentiarytcSwitzerland to toSwitzerland tcSwitzer1and
Switzerland SwitzerlandDavid Switzer1andDwld SwitzerlandDavid
David E Thompson of Nebraska to toipe tobe tobe
ipe be uivtjy extraordinary extraordlna ry and minister ministerplenipotentiary minist ministerplenipotentiary r rphmipotentlarf
plenipotentiary to Brazil BrazilThese DrazilThese BrazilThese
These appointments are to take effect effectwhen efftctwhen effectwhen
when Ambassador White leaves Berlin BerlinMn Derlinf BerlinHn
Mn f n November NovemberMeets NovemberI NovemberMeets
Meets I ts hays Complaint ComplaintThe ComplaintThe ComplaintThe
The report that the government of ofRoumania ofRoumania ofRoumania
Roumania has discontinued the issuance issuanceof
of passports to Jews intending to emi emigrate emigrate emigrate ¬
grate to America though not officially officiallyonfirmed o officiallyconfirmed icially iciallyonfirmed
onfirmed is regarded by the Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton authorities as an immediate and anddirect andfirect anddirect
direct recognition recognlt on by Roumania of f the theaccuracy theaCcuracy theaccuracy
accuracy of the statements made by bySecretary bySecretary bySecretary
Secretary Hav Hay in the note respecting the theivils the1lIs thesvils
ivils of this Jewish ewish immigration and and the theunderlying theunderlyln theunderlying
underlying causes The reported sus susspension suspension suspension ¬
pension of emigration would be regard regarded regarded regarded ¬
ed as 15 removing the only direct issue issue be between bet e etx ¬
tween tx t Leen en the United States and Roumania Roumania3n Roumal1lajotU Roumaniai
i jotU 3n while we maycantinuelQjHiy maycon1hiuetoJwVldeep may coutimnio tobayaa tobayaadeep va vacep
deep cep concern in the tM betterment of the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of the Roumanian Jews ews the theUnited theUnited timeUnited
United States St tcs government must for the thetime thetime thetime
time rest content with what it has done donein donein donefn
in the issue erf C1 the identic note to the theDowers theDOwers theDowers
Dowers DowersAs DOwersAs DowersAs
As to the effect upon the Jews them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves of the suspension of the right to toemigrate toemigrate toemigrate
emigrate to America the opinion ex expressed expressed ex expressed ¬
pressed here is I that the order will accen accentuate accentuate accentuate ¬
tuate the evils from which the Jews Jewsare Jewsare Jewsare
are suffering at present and tht fact factin factIn factin
in the end by attracting attr ctlng the attention attentionof attentionIf
of If the powers and exciting the huma humasentiments hum humsentiments humsentiments
sentiments of civilization will force an anamelioration anamelioration Inmelioration
amelioration of the condition of the thelews theJews thelows
137504268 For Pensions PensionsThe PensionsThe PensionsThe
The annual report of the Commissioner Commis Commissioner Commissioner ¬
sioner of Pensions Eugene S Ware Wareiust Warelust Warelust
lust made public shows that the num number numxr number ¬
ber xr of names on the pension rolls was wastinder wasLinder wasunder
tinder the million mark July uly i despite despitea
a net gain of 5732 pensioners since 1898 198The 1898The 1898The
The total enrollment July uly i last was wasm446 wasp99446
599446 against 997735 997 3S last year Thetotal The Thetotal Thetotal
total comprises 73809 738809 soldiers and andUUU7 and26o637
260637 < UUU7 widows W1UUW3 illlU and UCfCIIUKIIta UCfCIIUKIItaaggregate dependents The Theaggregate Theaggregate
aggregate includes 4695 pensioners pensionersoutside pensionersoutside pensioners pensionersoutside
outside the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The number of death notices of old oldsoldiers oldsoldiers oldsoldiers
soldiers not now in the service service re received received received ¬
ceived by the bureau during the year yearwas year yearwas yearwas
was 50128 but only o ly 27043 of them themwere themwere themwere
were pensioners pensionersThe
The report says that the death rate rateamong rateanlong rateamong
among the pensioners for the coming comingyear comingyear coming comingyear
year will be about 40000 4oO and the losses lossesto lossesto lossesto
to the rolls from other causes will be beabout beabout beabout
about 6000 6000The 6000The 6ooothe
The total amount paid for pensions pensionsduring pensionsdurinR pensions pensionsduring
during the fiscal year was 137504268 137504268and 137504268and 137504268and
and the yearly cost of operating and andmaintaining andmaintaining andmaintaining
maintaining the bureau and the agen agensions agencies agendies
dies outside of the payment of pen pensions penSions
sions proper aggregates 3590529 3590529The 3590529Th 3spo529rhq
The Th rhq pension pensiont pensionsystem system says the report reportsinew reportsinCli reportsine
sine sinew the beginning t of the Government Governmenthas Governmenthas Governmenthas
has cost 2992509019 < exclusive of the theestablishment theelitablishmel1t theestablishment
establishment of the soldiers homes homesDr homesUr lmomesUr
Ur tlarcourt on Coal Uarons UaronsPhiladelphia UaronsPhiladelphia BaronsPhiladelphia
Philadelphia SpeclalA Special A dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
from Reading to the North American Americansays Americansays Americansays
says The Rev Dr Richard Harcourt Harcourtpastor Harcourtpastor Harcourtpastor
pastor of the Peoples Methodist
Church of this city city and formerly of
Grace Church Baltimore declared in inan inan himan
an interview on the coal strike Some Something Sometiming ¬
thing desperate will have to be done
Why not hang a few coal barons
That Tha would wOLll settle things When I liv lived lived liv lived ¬
ed in In California and we had similar similartrouble similartrouble similartrouble
trouble a vigilance committee was or organized organized organized ¬
ganized and those who made trouble troublewere troublewere I Iwere
were strung up to lampposts Sonsmembers Some Somemembers Somememb
members memb rs of my church were on the thecommittee1
sirens Ulti to Princeton PrincetonPrinceton PrIncetonPrinceton PrincetonPrinceton
Princeton N J Special SpecialIt It wa war
learned here on good authority that thatthe thaIthe thatthe
the bequest b Cjuest to Princeton of Miss Marj Mar
l J Wiiithrop of New York which was waformerly
formerly ormeriy reported to be about 500000 5oo000will 500000will 500000wIll
will amount to 1400000 1400 000 A member mcmbeithat memJel
the theological seminary facult Faculty sale
that the money in all probability wili wiliie
ie used for the further f rther development ol
he intellectual side of the seminary
t is also probable that a large gymna
torn will be erected on the south side sidesf
the campus within the next twc twcrears
Victim of a Horror L Lc c Those He So SoVividly SoVIvidly SoVividly
Vividly DescribedWAS Described DescribedWAS DescribedWAS
Ills Wife WIf Nearly Shares Ills FateReported FateReportedEvidence FateReportedEvIdence FateReportedEvidence
Evidence of Suicide Not Substantiated by byHer bylIer bylist
Her Statement to the Magistrate MagistrateCarbonic MagistrateCarbonicJIIS Carbonic CarbonicGas
Gas JIIS From the be Pipes of a Stove StoveAnalysis StoveAnalysisShows StoveAnalysisShows Analysis AnalysisShows
Shows Presence of Carbonic Acid In Blood BloodParis DloodParis BloodParis
Paris By DyCableEmlle Cable CableEmile Emile Zola the thefamous thefamolls timefamous
famous novelist who gained additional additionalprominence additionalprominence additionalprominence
prominence in recent years because of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his defense of Captain Dreyfus was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found dead in n his Paris home Monday Mondaymorning Mondaymorning Mondaynmorning
morning morningAsphyxiation nmorningAsphyxiation
Asphyxiation resulting from the thefumes thefumes thefumes
fumes from a stove in his bedroom is isgiven bgiven Isgiven
given given as the cause of death deathM deathM deathM
M Zola and his wife had retired at atso
10 P M Mme Zola was found foundseriously foundserlo foundseriously
seriously serlo sly ill when the room was broken brokeninto brokeninto brokeninto
into in the morning About noon she shewas shewas shewas
was removed to a private hospital where whereshe whereshe whereshe
she recovered consciousness for a short shorttime shortLIllie shortduce
time and was abe briefly to explain to a amagistrate amagistrate amagistrate
magistrate what had happened happenedThe happenedThe happenedThe
The couple had returned to Paris Parisfrom Parifrom Parisfrom
from their country house at Medan the theday theday theday
day day before bc ore Owing to a sudden spell of ofold ofold ofcold
cold old weather the heating stt stove > ve in their theiroedroom theiredrool11 theirBedroom
Bedroom was ordered to be lighted The Thestove TheItove Thestove
stove burned badly and the pipes are aresaid nresaid arcraid
said to have been out of order orderTo orderTo orderTo
To the th magistrate Mme MmeZola Zola said that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she awoke early in the morning with a asplitting asplitting asplitting
splitting headache She awakened her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband and asked him to open a win window winlow win winIow ¬
dow He rose and attempted to move movetoward movetoward movetoward
toward a window but staggered and andfell andfeU andfell
fell to the floor unconscious Mme MmcZola MmeZ MmeZola
Zola Z la fainted at this same moment and andwas andwas andwas
was therefore unable to give the alarm alarmThe alarmThe alarmThe
The servants of the Zola household householdnot householdnot householdnot
not hearing any movement in their theirmasters theirmasters theirmasters
masters apartment entered the bedroom bedroomat
at 930 oclock and found the novelist novelistM novelistlyinK novelist1yipg
M lyinK with hjs hihead headland f aced and ald shQulders 911 911We 911Ute qtiJfcdobr
thislrerfl thislrerflDoctors
iJfcdobr We ttobr and his legs gs oil i1 W MWt1 MWt1Doctors Wd WdDoctors >
Doctors were summoned but they fail failed failed failed ¬
ed to resuscitate him himA himA himA
A slight odor of carbonic gas was wasnoticed wasnoticed wasnoticed
noticed when the servants broke into intothe intothe into intothe
the bedroom From the position of M MZolas MZolas MZolas
Zolas body it was evident that he had hadtried hadtried hadtried
tried to rise but had been overcome overcomeby overcomeby overcomeby
by the fumes from the stove The ser servants servants servants ¬
vants opened the bedroom windows and andsent andsent andsent
sent for physicians A commissary of ofpolice ofpolice ofpolice
police was also summoned summonedIt
It was reported later that there wereevidences were wereevidences
evidences of i suicide in the death of M MZola MZola r rZola
Zola Nothing has so far developed to tosubstantiate tosubstantiate tosubstantiate
substantiate this theory and the state statement statement statement ¬
ment made by Mme Zola to the mag magistrate magistrate magistrate ¬
istrate seems to disprove it M Zola Zoladjned Zoladined Zoladined
djned dined with a good appetite the pre previous preious previous ¬
vious vious ious evening and servants of the thehousehold thehousehold thehousehold
household ate of the same dishes dishesBOSTON1ANS dishes80STONIANS dishesBOSTONIANS
Ipplrln ripply pply fn Court for Receivers eee1vers For the Coal CoalCorporations CoafCorporations CoalCorporations
CorporationsBoston Corporations CorporationsBoston CorporationsDoston
Boston Special SpeciaDA A committee of ofBostonians ofBostonians ofBostonians
Bostonians sought relief in the courts courtsfrom courtsfrom courtsfrom
from the present coal shortage and high highprices highprices highprices
prices by asking for a receiver for the thecoal thecoal timecoal
coal companies and coalcarrying coalcarryin coal carrying rail railroads railroads rail railroads ¬
roads A bill in ineqUity equity was filed in the theState theState theState
State Supreme Court against the follow following follownit following ¬
ing nit corporations corporationsPhiladelphi1
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad RailroadCompany RailroadCompany RailroadCompany
Philadelphia and Reading Iron and andCoal andCoal andCoal
Coal Company
Central Railroad of New Jersey
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company
Delaware Lackawanna and Western WesternRailroad WesternRailroad WesternRailroad
Railroad Company
Delaware and Hudson Company
New York Ontario and Western Rail Railroad Rallrosd Railroad ¬
road Company Col11l > any
Erie Railroad Company I IPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Coal Company
The petitioners ask that a receiver b bappointed be beappointed beappointed
appointed for the benefit of all 11 concernedupon concerned concernedupon concernedupon
upon such terms terms in such manner witb witbsuch witbsuch tvitbsuch
such agents and servants with such rate rate3f ratef ratesof
3f f wages and other conditions conditions of employ employment employment employsent ¬
ment and at such prices for goods pro produced produced produced ¬
duced and sold as the court shall froit froittime frontime froictime
time to time adjudge proper properFavors properFavors I IFavors
Favors OovemmentOwnership OovemmentOwnershipBoston Government Ownership OwnershipBoston OwnersblpBoston
Boston Special SpeclalRev Rev Edward Edward Eve Everctt Everett Everett
rett Hale of Boston noted for hit nilconservatism hitonservatism hitonservatism
onservatism as well as for his ability abilityin
in response to an invitation to act as asmember i imember rmember
member of a committee to brine brin aboul aboula
a settlement of the coal strike his writ written written written ¬
ten a letter in which he says Th Thstrike The Thestrike Thestrike
strike is bringing brin ing nearer the inevitable inevitablesolution inevItablesolution inevitablesolution
solution This is the control or practical prac practical pmctical ¬
tical ownership of the mines by the theState th thState theState
State of Pennsylvania or ultimately ultimat ly bj bjthe b bthe b3the
the nation In a republican govern government government government ¬
ment it is not possible as it is not notright notright notright
right that 20 men or 50000 shall con control control control ¬
trol a supply which the good God has hasgiven hasn hasgiven
given n for forinankind forinankindAvenged mankind mankindAvenged mtJ1kindAvenged
Avenged Ills Daughter DaughterColumbus DaugbterColumbus DaugliterColumbus
Columbus Ga Special SpecialInform3 SpecialInform3ion Informs Informsion
ion has reached here of a double mur murler murJer murder
ler at Upatoie Ga 18 miles from this thisity thisit thisity
ity it In a quarrel Arthur Comer in instantly inItantly instantly ¬
stantly killed his wife Louise with a apistol apistol apistol
pistol Shortly Shortl afterward J W Mur Murphy Murphy Murphy ¬
phy Mrs Comers father hearing of ofbis ofbls ofhis
his daughters tragic death went to his hissoninlaws hissoninIaws hissoninlaws
soninlaws residence and shot him hintdead himdead hImdead
dead with the same weapon Comer had hadused hadusecl
Jnderjoes A Second Operation Opera lion On the Ab Abtcess AbJ AbJleess Abpscess <
tcess ol His Left Leg LegWashington LerWashington LegWashington
Washington D C Special SpeclalAnol SpeclalAnolother Any Anyother Antother
other operation was performed Sun Sunday Sunday sunday ¬
day on the abscess of the left leg o othe of ofthe ofthe
the President PresidentIn PresidentIn
In the former operation a simple simpleneedle simpleneedle simpleneedle
needle was used to relieve the trouble troublebut troublebut troublebut
but this time the surgeons with a knife knifemade knifemade knifemade
made an incision into the small cavity cavityexposing cavityxposlng cavityexposing
exposing the bone one which was found IoumJto foundto
to be slightly affected affectedThe affectedThe affectedThe
The Presidents case has been pro progrossing pro progrossing progressing
grossing satisfactorily but it is believ believed believed believed ¬
ed by the physicians that the further furtheroperation furtheroperation furtheroperation
operation made will hasten his corn cornpletc complete comep
pletc p etc recovery While none of the doc doctors doctors doetors ¬
tors is willing willin to be quoted they give givathe givethe givethe
the most positive assurances that there therais thereisnot
is isnot not the least cause for alarm and andsay andsay andray
say that on the contrary there is eVery eVeryindication everyindication very verylndication
indication of a speedy recovery thaI thaIthe thatthe hat hatthe
the area of bone affected is very slightand slight slightand slightand
and will not result in any impairment impairmentof il11pair ent entof
of the Presidents limb and that there therais thereis thereis
is no evidence whatever of any matte matteithat mattehat matterthat
that hat would produce blood poisoning
They confidently expect that the Presi President Presldent Prestdent ¬
dent will be on his feet within a reasonable rea reasonable realonable <
sonable time and with his robust con constitution eonstitution ConItitution ¬
stitution to assist recovery soon will willbe wiIJbe willbe
be himself again againDr againDr againDr
Dr Newton M Shaffer of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York who long has been acquaintedwith acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedwith
with the Roosevelt family and has at attended atended attended ¬
tended the Presidents children at various vari various various ¬
ous times and who also is a well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known bone specialist joined the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents physicians in their morning morningonsultation moningonsultation morningonsultation
onsultation at 10 oclockIt oclock oclockIt
It was noticed that there had been t tslight t5light aslight
slight rise in the Presidents tempera temperaure temoeraure tenmperasure
sure ure and an increase in local symptoms symptomshe symptomsand
and the conclusion was reached tha tlmathe thahe
the he patients recovery would be hasten hastened hastend hastened ¬
ed d by making an incision of the wound woundfor woundfor woundfor
for the purpose of relieving the slight slighttension Slighttension lighltension
tension or swelling which was present presentind presentand presentand
and also to drain the wound woundThe woundThe woundThe
The operatl operat operation fpn lll ivas vas s performed be beJlYften beJi be1Ygen
JlYften Ji m 2 tspd tmd3 tltl j Jt Ojgkjp a o1D k1F Jp jjic afterslor afternoon afternoonln n nAn
ln An application oTcocame of cocaume was used to toillay toilllaythe toallay
allay illlaythe the pain The President stood stoodhe stoodthe stoodthe
the he operation very ery well and subse subsequently subsequently subsetquintly >
quently expressed his satisfaction a ahe al alhe atthe
the he successful result Dr Rixey the thelurgeon th thurgeon timesurgeon
surgeon general of the navy navyperformed navyperformedthe performed performedthe
the operation assisted by Dr Dr Lung Lungthe
the he Presidents regular physician physicianDr
Dr OReilley who also was pres present presnt prosent ¬
ent nt with the other physicians is th thsurgeon the thesurgeon theSurgeon <
surgeon general of the army and here heretofore herelofore hereafore
afore has been consulted regarding
he case Dr Edward R Stitt anOthet anOthetof
of those present is in charge of the theNaval theNaval theNaval
Naval Museum of Hygiene and Medi Medical Medial Mediccal ¬
cal al School SchoolThe SchoolThe SchoolThe
The physicians took a roseate view viewof viewIf view0f
of If the Presidents prospects for get getting getting getSing ¬
ting out again again He has become some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what restive because of his close confine cohfinewent confinement confinement ¬
ment and the physicians phrsiclansare are consid considring considring considring
ring the advisability of permitting him himto himto himto
to take a ride in a few days The phy phyiicians phylicians phyLicians
iicians Licians say the question now is simply simplyone simplyne simplyane
one > ne of the healing of the wound and andreiterate andeiterate andreiterate
reiterate that this will toe hastened h3 tel1cd by bythe bythe bythe
the operation performed performedJustice performrJJustice perforniriJustice
Justice Brewer Burned BurnedBurlington BurnedDurlington BurnedBurlington
Burlington Vt Speclalustice SpecialJusticeDavid Specials SpeclalusticeDavid Justice JusticeDavid
David J Brewer of the United States StateiSupreme StatesSupreme StatesSupreme
Supreme Court was quite barfly burnedabout burned burnedabout urned urnedabout
about the face and hands at his sum summer summer summen
mer home h me at Thompsons ThompsonkPoint Point Lakehamplaln Lake LakeChamplaln Lakehamplain
Champlaln Judge Brewer Brcw rhas has remain remained remained remained
ed longer at the Point oln than hijye th thother the theother theother
other cottagers and was cleaning up upsome uplome upsome
some brush about his hlnottage cottage Liberty
Hall He used a small sl11allamouQ amount of gas gasoline gasoline gasaline ¬
oline to make the brush burn and and a d was
in the act of lighting Iigl1tingthe the pile when wn h the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident occurred His buHiH1 burilsrwere burilsrwerepromptly were werepromptly werepromptly
promptly attended to tomd and with withrgood withrgoodmrsinl withlgoodnursing good goodnursing
nursing mrsinl he hopes to be put p In in 3 few fewtlays
days without scars scarsCotton scarsCotton
d 0 0ollon
Cotton ollon Crop Croplnlurdd Injured InjuredA
A number of special agents of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Department of Agriculture Agricul Agriculture Agriculture ¬
ture have left Washington for the South Southfor Southfor Southfor
for the purpose purpose of investigating cer certain certsin certain ¬
tain features of the cotton movement movementStatistician movementStatistician movementStatistician
Statistician Hydes estimate estimate of pf Q the theamount theamount theamount
amount of cotton actually grown during dur during during ¬
ing the year 19011902 190 902 and the report reportof reportof reportof
of the Census Office as to the amount amountginned amountginned amountginned
ginned during the year both differ con considerably considerably considerably ¬
siderably from the amount marketed marketedaccording marketedaccording marketedaccording
according to commercial reports The Thedepartment Thedepartment Thedepartment
department believes the difference is ismade ismade ismade
made up largely of cotton carried over overfrom overfrom overfrom
from preceding years years and of linters and andrepacks andrepacks andrepacks
repacks No expense will be spared sparedit
it is said in an investigation as to to what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the commercial crop really amounted amountedto amoJlntedto
to and an what it consisted of and a full fullstatement fullstatement fullstatement
statement of the result will be irnad irnadpublic Imadpul1Iic made madepublic
public by the Statistician StatisticianAiger StatisHcilllAlger Statisticianamger
Aiger Accepts Snatorsblp SnatorsblpDetroit SnalorsflmpDetroit nlllorsblp nlllorsblpDetroit
Detroit Special SpecialGen Gen Russell A AAlger AAlger AAlger
Alger former Secretary of War for formally formally formally ¬
mally accepted Governor So vernor Bliss tender tenderof tenderof tenderof
of the ad interim appointment as asUnited asUnited
United States StatesSenator Senator He sent a tel telegram teleltral11 telicgram ¬
egram to Governor Bliss in which he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said I duly received your telegram telegramof
of the 27th inst tendering me me the ap appointment appointment appointment
pointment of United States Senator tc tcsucceed tes1 tcsucceed
succeed s1 ceed the late Senator McMillan Mct hllan
With a deep sense of the responsibility responsibilityand respons responsibilityand bility bilityand
and the honor I Iaccept accept ac ept the appoint appointment appointment appointment
ment with many thanks

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