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T?-da>. probahl.T rain and ararmer. To-morrow, fair; moderate eaet wind?. NEW-YORK. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. l911.*-POURTEEN PACKS. * * PHICE <)XK C EXT in ? it> of Bern Vf-arfc.ahraayjCttr eeat WaheB_? r.l'.HKIVHKRK TWO CBMTI IIIIIIIE? REJECTS ITALY'S DEMANDS Ultimatum Calling for Immediate Evacuation of Tripoli Pre? sented to Porte. MUST ANSWER IN 24 HOURS Tremendous Excitement in Con? stantinople and Rome?Ital? ian Squadrons Ready to Move. ntlnople, B?apt 28.?Italy har? h?CT ultimatum, demanding: an ?r within twenty-four hours. Ph.? ? Ijf the Imm?diat" ?vacua : Tripoli and Benghasl. : thai t'l Turkish pov ?1 t.? reject th.? Ita1 mands ?'in!.?..!:.'.1. In th? Ultimatum, ii explanatory com* t ? the ;?>??? Th?. Italian charg? ? r??s. t?t,?.? the ultl : ? the usual weekly reception to .-?: r..).r. r--. ? 11T : 11 i \ .-s at the For . Visier immedi i ? ? where the mil.? ! coun ..?rri.il waa still alttlng t midnight The chief of ? ''??ihassy in the , to com ult the smhassador. No . . ? ;. .1 to the ? ipe? lally military clr? I? s, r realst i 11 lt Italy at all ? ?' ? ? al news agency, the vei ? ? ? led 1 ? the loyalty and t:.I ? ? demand i?rx>klng ? ? ?:.??.: Tripoli. At th? ant will sddresa ? tlon. ??i.- known that Italy had pr uni ... ,n|y twenty four i; which t.. enable the Turkish ? the authorittea -? an Italian land Jr.g, 1 lernatio In public ancla* ? A ri? etlng ol ea to* isklng the . h tmber at 1 he i top* t?:.. feeling Inet ? 1 note ehargC at ! V The called VI ? r at 2 3fi O*cl0 prea led Italy's ultl It is Btat? d That if TUI :? s to before noon to-morrow It .- that ti f on may he mother tw< nty-foui leal. ? and will embark sin; l . LaSg : .M. ?? ? 1 it is 111 !.. pre*? i.t at the ment. Latlng of th? the 81 Ilia, th? Re Umberto 'arlo Alberto, will the landing of ? ? . the pi ipatlon. Two I of th.. Benedetto ? Ferruci ? ? ? rea I: ? ? the mining cruiser Ml? Botll - of torn? do .? :. t1 e M**dl? Isting of th?? Regina El? na the ar ? and two !' ? nd? I admiral na\ al demoi atratlon ipying rklsh purti I e foung Turks ? ?t Italy. Th* ?;? LTmberto will ? st of ? ' - Italian i**ai? r and .... ? . will ? ? Ottoman Itest, for? Ing It will ? . .-? I 28 : ' ? ? .m Rom? ? ? \ alia in the 11 tlmatum. the I m? limit : |y to-morrow, not - \|.. <-t Turl ? a ? th? demand?t. In . t Tarant ? Tripoll. t? h a r? ; d In ? . or? ? -' o'clock Friday ? ? ? from . . ..... , . ; ? ? athi ?? d in the ; ti ? *ht Ai I ?la. Wh< '? nd N.-'i'i'-? and I ? the transport - will start, thsrs wsra , ?.?nations f .r rture. ."1(1 cara* in..ny ?it i? - have bssta rsin !?? . irpoM "f putting down , y Lb? ?'? IT? Illlfcit.S. ? ? : t 29. it waa stat*?d hoto irkey lias nlraady m nt ? ily'i ultimatum, ?.x|.r?-.sH . a pranpt t?nsid* . ft ale M '-** * OB M i,?l with th?tn, but ( uutiuui-d va acconti unge. Jeffery Farnol Author of "The Broad Highway, " has written a serial story for our Sunday Magazine. See the open? ing chapter next Sunday of "The Money Moon" The illustrations will be by Arthur I. Keller. Be sure to gel NEXT SUNDAY'S New-York Tribune POWERS ACQUIESCING May Not Object to Seizure of Tripoli by Italy. [Bj fahle to The Tribunr ' London, Bspt 29. Italy Is seising Trip? oli with th.- ;i??iui?-s??.nr?? ?if the powers. Ii Is understood that she would not have Sent h?r ultimatum to Turkey if she ha.l not previously Informed the powers if her Intention end recetred an Intimation that t!iere would he no intervention. An all Rome messages arc? strictly ?sensored it is Impossible to say what has taken place since tiu- lapse of the time al : by the ultimatum, but still then? Is hope that war may be avoided; and in any ?as.?, in view ?if the ?<reat disparity in strength between ?the navies ??f Italy an.. Turkey, the r?suit of ? conflict is a foregone conclusion. Apprehensions pre? vail in some quarters that Italian ag? gression may have the effect of over throwing the Toung Turk regime in Con? stantinople and provoking a genera] Mahometan uprising, the ronsequi?nces <;.' whirli to the British Empire it is !m possible to exaggerate. England's po? rtion in th.- event ol Turkey desii ?gypt as a naval l?as.? is v? r\ ?l?-li cate, but it is believed that the British government would welcome tin? <ipp?>r tunlty ?>f demonstrating that Egypt, to all intents and purposes, is a part ?>f the British Empire. st Petersburg, Bept. 28.?Turkey has made an appeal to Russia, in which she sets forth the action taken by Italy and ask?- what Russia's attitude is in the ? t situation. The Forelsri Offlce to? il Russia had nothing to m tin- subject, as Tripoli solely con? Turkey and Italy. BOXING DEAD IN ENGLAND Stopping Johnson-Wells Fight Puts Quietus on the Sport. (By ?-a?. Is 10 T!'. . ? . London, s?pt. 29 a /-.re.it victory has been won by th>- antl-priseflghting :n stopping the Jackson-Wells bout There can bo little doubt, after all that has happened this week, that the last has n"t only been heard of tilg boxing competitions In thin country, b?it that tuiXJUK M o.n English B'wrt !b as ?le.el ..-k fighting or bull baiting. If the police court proceedings ? day against Johnson an.! Wells had failed, it is understood that ?Mr. Church Ill had resolved t?? prohibit the light on th?- (round that it might have exag? gerated th?- ???lor feeling in South Africa ami other ?arts of the empire. After the fight, flx?-?l f.?r October 2. :." sbandoned by the proi yesterday, Johnson Is quoted as saying: 'After llnlshlng my t*ontracts in Kngiand I will never put <ui the gloves in public anain. I shall r.-tir?- as h?-a vywelght .?f tl:?- world, -a hi? h t..? ma:? ? ? i?:o" Th? light'-rs and win?.?, the promoter, their lawyers appeared In the Bow street police courl yesterday afternoon and gave a formal undertaking to can<*el it, whereupon th?- magistrate adjourned th.- pi.?dings which had brought against them on the grounds t.'..?t they contemplated commit? i breach of the p? ?' ? * 14 -a lelon "a.- ?i i? ? tly due t" tie t. m ISSU? ?! ?again.-! the 1? BS* ? s of Karl's Court at tin- Instan?? ?if the Dis? trict Railway Company, th?- freeholders, who alleged that their license would tie endangered if tin- light were permitted ,.. th? .;? building. WOMAN OF 113 DIES ALONE Cultivated Two Acres of Veg? etables All Summer. Tribun? I Sergeant, Ky , Sept. 28.?Aunt Sarah li.uk lest s/oman in Kentucky, <?r perhaps in the United States, horn near AI ar . N. V . who l""r many vears has been living alone in a log cabin on Puncheon Fork, <>f Reaver Creek, died there yesterday. She was 113 years old i..-t June. ,-i.? enjoyed remarkably line health un? til a few months ago. l>uring the sum? mer season th?? "id recluse cultivated two acres of garden vegetables, r.ilse.i chickens, kept a cow .uni sold th?- prod? uct Her only companion vas g dog. ii. i husband died thirty y?-ars ago, he refused t" live "'th any i ? bet ? hlldren. COURTS BAN ON BROADWAY Prisoner on Probation Must Stay Mile from 42d Street. .1 ?:.-. Bu n.?i. o ' '??.? ? re? Beeali . gat et ?sn\ took "Judicial <?? gnlsance" ?>f the ? ?-.?-? it wiiil? Wey" when placing on pro* Btephen Bedel meler, ??f Arlington v .) , a nlnetees yeai oM eterk, who had ?toi? n v.-". i ?? ni.-an?? "f forged i hot ks from ployer, Charlea Morand, ?>f No. U9 Suma i ' ?'"? i' r bad m ida i??* ;, ,,f nearly sll ??f the money ai,d ? ' h i1.? Toml s In :i ?et?, i i the courl pl?sadlng t"? i?>? n y the young ? wlte, tu whom be iras man led a tew daj s befon I si n tlmated that hs had i? >-n unable to restai ittractlons of the "White Ughl tu? t "I will | ace," said .' idgs the clerk, "bul keep away fr?ur .-. bits \v?>.? ' v" '" '"'i equal t<> It i iranl ><>u to describe ?? circle ?th ? ra?lus of oas mils and ??i streel sad h.".a?Hvay for the eeBttO Tin n .??. ?ut Blds "f it I will order that >??u I?.- take.i up by the polies if you get Inside that circle, and then I win give you the limit of trt i sai s in prison, ' GREAT BEAR SPRING WATER. I Its iHirlty has made It famous.?Advt. FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF THE OLYMPIC'S ACCIDENT. THE ORBAT GASH IN THE BIDE OF THE OIANT L.NER MADE BT THE BOT?? OF THE BRITISH ?"FUTSKK HAWKE. DlVERi ARE AT WORE IX THE BMALL BOAT EXAMINING THE HOLE IN THE LINER UNDER THE WATER MADE BY THE CRUIBER'8 KAM ONI DIVER IS BENEATH THE BURF?CE, Ai IS iHOWN BT THE AIR PIPI QOHfQ UNDER Tin: WATER. THIS PHOTOORAPH ARRIVED LATH LAST NIGHT ON THE MAURETANIA. (Cojiji-lghl. 1H11. by Ait.ciIi m l'r??-s A?t*?K-latl..n.i CLERGYMAN ANGERED BY JUSTICES DECISION Acquittal of Alleged Disorderly House Keeper Arouses Monsignor Murphy. TALKS OF NEED OF RECALL Detectives Had Testified That Within Twenty Minutes They Had Registered at Hotel with Same Woman. The acquittal y? .?-t.-nlay in Bp?**cial Ses? sion* ? ai lea i Ireen, a bo bad hoon ?m triil fur l?verai day. on^the charge ducting a .?i?, rdei I; bouae at No. 1 ii1 Third a*< ? nu?, n? ar 15th atreet, known a* Hi- Union Hotel, caused a del? egation <'f ' lergymen who are active in a movement t" ill that district "f objec? tionable |.?T.?-..ns and |.|;i? ?-s t.? protest t.. Dlatricl AtT'.rrr.-.v Whitman nt what they considered a miscarriage of lustlce. 'l'!;..;. commended the vigorous pf*os(** cutlon ?f the ? ase by James El Smith. Assistant District Attorney, In ttiat court They declared the evidence had liasen conclusive In support of the charge against Green, and a.?-??..'?) for Um "?-op? eration <?f the District Attorney In ob? taining a review of the piweedinga by ? hi| her tilt.una!. When Informed bj Mr. Whitman that he had n?> authority to Interfere with the ruling ol the Justices ol Bpecial s?s sions, but that he would continue t?i pi ose? ute ? ? -'? In the district brought t?> hla notice despite Ute sur prising outcome of the Oreen case, the clergymen departe?!, declaring that they intended t" discuss with the residents ?>f the district what future action would be taken. ?*H the de? i.?i"ii of I'n?- ? ..art is th?> only relief we may expect from th.- con? ditlons existing in our neighborhood,'', ?aid Monsignor William G. Murphy, <?f th,. church of Th. Immaculate Concep? tion, at \>> ?"?"?"' last i:.th street, "then i think it is \. i? ?:.i ??'. Id? n. ? that we I:,,,i n,,. i... all for Judges." p. F. McGowan Surprised. Accompanying Monsignor Murphy was Father Joseph a. !"? Mait*o, ?>* that parish, and the Rev. Robert Bachroan, n., of Grace Church. Patrick P. Mc? Gowan, former president of the Board ,,i Aldermen, ?? member ?.i the Onuastry Neighborhood Association, ^^ h?> was in court, ais?? expressed hla surprise at the decision, -ii?. .?. i.i. ? Or? en was ob? tained bj i" tectlve ?'harltas i:. Patton and Patrolman G?*torge a. Burnell, both ,,i whom swore that they had registered ;,. the hotel ? Ithin twentj minutes nt ,,.,. i, uthei ..n the night of June l"?, 1011, accompanl? 'I ? a? h um?, bj th?. same woman, and din t ? - > i each time bj lbs eh rk t" r? giater as "John i ?"<? and v. Ito." ???I defen? a n as a gmeral oantaL Im tice 1 leuel, who i 11 aid? d, and Jug? ti,-.- CVKeefe \?.t.?i in favor >.t a.-.initial. justice Mayo ?yottsd foi convteUon. J<ih n,,. na] o i"' fuasd '" dli ' tua the justice G'Keefe, when t?.i?t ??f the Integ lions "i ""? ' '' W '"'"? "i'11"'1. ' This la \,.ry distressing." Justice Deuel under* took t" explain, in '? ply lo question ?tilt ide ?f . d 'ii ?i't h. n. \i 1 t i.iiiiiiufii ou touxUi uufi??. POUCE GET MIN LONG WflNIED AS KIDNAPPER Believe Arrest Will Solve Not a Few of Recent Disappear? ance Mysteries. FIND A REVOLVER ON HIM Valuable Jewelry and $100 in His Pockets Supposed to Have Been Received in Ransoms. in the i rrest list nlghl of Vita Mir.-in, whom the police knot* by the nanties <>f Pletro E*allassolo and Pletro Mallei, In Bpector Hughes of the Detective Bureau, believes he has captured the man arho kidnapped Mich?le Sclmeca, the three? year-old von of Dr Mariano Bcime?ca, of No 2 Prince street, In JuAe of last yesr, and als?? was ?concerned In the kidnap? ping of Vlncenso Babella, who dlsap ;? ? from his home, No 181 Brooms street, in July ?if this year, and ?>f Pletro Quatron-*, ??f No. in? Elisabeth str.???t, who disappeared last month. According to ?the story told al the D?s t?Bctlve Bureau, after the kidnapping of ih>- ?Sclmeca boy suspicion was directed toward .MU.-Hi as having had something to do with th.? affair. Detectives fJarrao, Casta?o and Dondero were assigned to . se. Mlcelll, it is said, ?soon found the trail th?? officers were pursuing t??" hot for l.'.m and set sail for Italy just as he was alioiit to h? apprehended. In the mean titne, however, the police say, a ransom <?f 11,760 had b??-n paid by young Bcimeca's parents, and the i??.-. h_?i been picked up In West Sfth street by his grandmother. The greater part of ?the ransom mon? y is supposed to found Its way Into Mlcelli'S pu? k? ts. lu January vf this year Miielll re turned t" this country and, still under th? eye of the police, was traced to Buf? falo and th.-n tu Mamaron et k, where the trail eras i"st After the disappearance of the Bet? Pella boy lns|.?-? tor Hughes told the de? t? Uves mi the came that they must land their man at ??n? ?-. Last night the flgll of th.? detectives was rewarded when th.y saw mi?-,-iii standing at Delancey and Norf.'ik streets They Immediately pounced upon hlro and l?ed i>!m t?? E_?sad ??uart? rs Mlcelll was retkenl si llrst, saying th.it h.? did not understand English. Then th?- oAcen i?.igan t" seaich him an hauled a revolver from one of his pockets This aroueed the prisoner, who, it would s??-m, had beard ??f the Sullivan law-, aii?i h?- shouted in perfect English: Thai gun was not In my ?ocket! I am being made the goat!" Several diamond rings and oUmv JeWa sir) and ii?*"? In ?cash also w* r. found on m ? alii. a. ?..niing t?. the poll??-. They gave it as tii.-ir opinion that the money and j.weiry were part <?f the payment Mt.-eiii had !??' elved In ransoms Ait.-r his esamlnatlon at Headquarters Mlcelll was taken to the Elisabeth street police station, erherc he was locked up ??ii charges >it kidnapping ami carrying ?i concealed weapon. The warrant f.?r ins erreel iras issued In October, 1010, bj Magistrate Barlow on the same day that the prisoner sail.?! for II ily, 'l h,, i.Ii .it n.M.'..?o irtei- shoe thai Mit'dll ' '?? 'i< Elmlrs H.'i.ii ma ? toi i m I00II i? i ?? burgl irj committed ,ii an East -V!,|>' ";'t. His ptotun la in j the RogUM' 'lullcry, ?ffl ?AMS CHARTER THROUGH ASMEY Forces Ashton Parker to Change Vote Needed to Assure Its Passage. ROLLCALL LONG HELD UP Friends of Charter Hopeful of Passage by Senate To-day? Apportionment Likely to Go Through. [By Trlngfm ?, t? Tha Trillin??] Albany, Sept. 28, As at every critical period this year. Tammany smashed the Insurgent D?mocratie opposition to i,i? ? es to-night and Jammed the Mur phy-Oaynor charter f??r New York ?Olty through the Assembly by a vote of 7?! to r>7. For several hours it was an open question whether even all ?the resources the "?>r;:ani/.ation" had brought in to play during the day WOUld win. The leaders who w?sre lighting for the char ter held up the ?nal rolkmll for more than half an hour while the town was iCOUned fur one missing Assemblyman. The winning ?>f the rote which passed the chart? r was :i triumph of organlza Uon t?ctica Asht'.n Parker, Democrat, who represents the 15th District of New V?,rk County, ordinarily strongly R.-pub li'-an, ha?l \?>t.-?l against the charter. When it was seen ?that without one more rote the charter must fail Assemblyman A. E. Smith, the Tammany fl??or leader, and half :i dosen others gathered around Parker's desk, Imploring him to switch. Finally, he consented to do so. and his nani?- was ?Called B sec.'iid time, at the end of the absentee list. ??I'm In an extremely embarrassing ?position." the young Assemblyman de? clared, and his nervous manner bore him <?ut. "I have placed my opinion of this >charter against that of my organization and m?-n who have given months of Study t?i It. 1? the vote were not so ? [??s?- -I understand my vote is necessary to pass it I'd H"t Changa I do Dot ap? prove of the haste and confusion which I ,-..- ?harai terlz? d the ? -?.nsid??r.itlon of th.? ? barter. Hut even If this hOUSS adopts it, It will have to pass UM Sen? ate; so as my vote will not pass It finally I will ?hang?- and vote for it." He sat down, his fact? very red. while l!... Tammany legislators clapped their hanils loudly. Speaker Frlsbie cast th? decisive seventy-sixth ballot. Frienda of Charter Hopeful. The charter's advocates to-night are declaring that It will have ?iimp.iratlvely saay sailing in tha Senate to-morrow. Its passa?,'.? by the Assembly, they say. win make it rerj easy to get the n??<?es eary votes t?> pass it in th?- upper bouse, although various anU-organlsatlon men ar? still Baying that th..? Senate will d? ' at the bill. Tammany also is g.-ttmg th.? *'<>n gress district reapportUmiilent muddle straightened outa eo that that bin ?-an probably be BBaem? by both nouses be? morrow, it in th?' Phui et th? i?-a?l.?rs to pass the appropriation bills to-nmrrow, If passible; If not. then <m Saturday, and 'win?! up th.- Legislature hastily. It Is unMkely thai the ?'.ittins racetrack Ml] i win be tow bed, ?"?'i ?there is no certainty ( uUli_u.-.i ?.u ttftll p?s<\ ? TAFT CALLS HALT IN WAR ON PROSPERITY TAFT S REASSURING WORDS. We have reached a point where we can call a halt, not ?n the progressive movement .to keep buainess free from abuses, but where we can call a halt against appeals to a spirit of pure hostility to prosperity on the theory that no one can be prosperous with out being dishonest or a violator of law in securing the profits of his business. Let us put our shoulders together in a movement to promote the busi? ness prosperity of the country by frowning down those attacks that are engendered not by a real desire to eliminate abuses, but by a wish o arouse in the people an unjust preju? dice. We must have investments from which to secure a large wages fund, which is needed to support the wage earner*. We must inspire in the busi? ness men who control those invest? ments the confidence that they will not be driven out of business. Let us do team work in the com? munity. Let us have legislation that helps, or an absence of legislation if it be unnecessary. And let us approve and praise the great business enter? prise and genius that honestly and by proper methods accumulates property and puts it into productive industries, supports the thousands of workmen and furnishes profit to those whose savings have gone into the shares and bonds of the enterprise. This is the hope I have for the i future. Business is halting now. There is doubt and distrust among investors, due to a fear of blind en? mity toward successful enterprise. What ?3 the remedy? It is the res? toration of confidence between the classes of people who have been op? posing each other in times past, who now, after the reforms are initiated and are in process of being effected, ought to come together in amity and make the best use of the enormous resources we have in this country for the promotion of general prosperity and the securing and encouragement of individual happiness. From Presl dent Tafts apeecb at Waterloo. Iowa. RECKLESS AUTOIST SUED Father of Girl Killed in Wreck Asks $5,000 Damages. (l'y T*lPf?raih fo Th?" Tribun??. 1 Eaaton. Penn.. Sept. 28.?The coroner's Jury in the cas?? of Miss Catherine War? ner, of this city, who was killed on the North Delaware River road on Septem? ber 20 when the automobile of D. Leelie Piehl. a member of a large contracting firm at Harrlsburg was badly wrecked, returned a verdict this afternoon that the accident was caused by fast, reckless running. Dlehl, who hail Miss Warner and her sister. Miss Helen Warner, out for a ride, was running the car. The surviv? ing sifter testified that she had repeat? edly remonstrated with Dlehl, asking him to quit running at such a high rate. Suit has been brought against Dlehl by the father of the dead woman to recover $r?,Oi>?> damages for the death of l'Usa Warner. ? MAINE WOULD BE DRY BY 7581 Governor Meets Town Clerks Who Sent Returns Incorrectly. Augusta. Me., Sept. 2??.--ApplI'-atlons for corrections In Cre returns <>f the state alec* tl^n of September 11 from Limestone, \V??st flei.i, Athena and Matlnleos r.antation, which. If finally allow?-1. \v??ul<1 change the "yes" plurality Of 2?'>. as ??fTlcially tatmlat?. 1. to a plurality ?if 7.".?. against the rep.-al of constitution il prohibition, were ma?lo to? day at a meeting of the ??.ivcrnor and Council. The clerks of the first three towns named were present with the records of their town meetings. The Governor and Council Insisted on having the r?"-or?l ptrOdUeed which was made In open town meeting. In each cane this proved to be only a apedmea ballot, upon which the town clerk had note,, th result <'f the baUotlng, ami from whl.-U ] he wrote the result Into his record book after having the town meeting. All the records were ?xamlne.l, but mi actiun was taken, It was voted to receive applications for corrections from "t? ST tnwn? up to an?l in? cluding Octoher 9, when the Council will h? In s.-sMon "for the purpose ot hoMlng a l.??arlng upon such applications." After the t<>wn < lerks had been examined at eoMtdsrahle l?wigth Bboasf the making of their rtCOlda as t.. whether swinging ?OOTS were used on tie voting hooths, a? required hy a r??<-e!it law, and wheth'-r the ballots were sealed, Attorney General William H. 1'attaiiKaii, r-hargad that the Mofas ballot hont h law was "vlolarttd openly, grossly and Wilfully." John K McM'-nnamln. Town S'lerk <.f Limestone, toM the Covernor and Coun??l that no on?? hut himself wha reataonalhlo tot the mistake made In the official returrs from that town hv which the figures of "Ves" and "No" vote were revers?,?l as cia paie'l with his own record. . a DIX WILL PARDON HAINS? Governor Said to Have Decided to Grant Application. Albany? sept :??. fJovrarnov Dti is eg? pSCted vxlthln a few days to pardon ?'?[? tain l'eter C, Mains, Jr., now sei'fing n. sentence In Hing Sing Prison for the mauler of William K. Annls, at the Hay si.I.? (Lang Island) Yacht ciub float, ig Auguat, is?1*.. A petition for his pardon, signed by eleven ?>f the twelve mm comprising the Jury which convicted Captain Hams has basa presentad t" ?the <?overn??r, and to*. .lav Colooel Asa ?.iiii (Jardiner, in t.ehair ?if Pater Hains, yr died oonaldarable nom evidence in the case with th?. (?meiner. it was aaM to-night that the fjk>?*?w*aor had decided to grant the application for clctneni-y. Governor Hugh??* and ?White eai'h denied similar applications. J. P. MORGAN IN WASHINGTON. Purpose of His Visit Not Known He Refuses To Be Seen. u ?shlngtog, lepi H .1 i-iei-pmn Mar? ina arrived m Washington ihi.. to-night He oooM not !??? asen at in? hotel, and Um 4>ur,'0?e of bis visit la not known. Denounces Those Who Seek to Arouse Prejudice Against Great Business Enterprises. THEY ARE'BLINDEST OF MEN' Investment of Capital at Reason? able Profits Should Be En? couraged by All Good Citizens, the Presi? dent Declares. BUT LAW WILL BE ENFORCED He Believes There Will Be Little Need of Further Trust Prosecutions, as Great Corporations Are Rapid? ly Conforming to Supreme Court Decisions. fFrom a ^f.iff d-irrospon l?nt of Th? TttteBS 1 Waterloo, Iowa, SJept }| |, :.4rtr.g that It Is the sworn duty of the RSSCSJ ttVS to enforce th- law, and therefore that the managers of big enterpMs?-* can expect no cessation of proseen? lions of violations Of the anti-trust law, but affirming his confidence that busi? ness men will malt?- their affairs onform to the law and urging a tru? e in that warfare on business which consists of "appeals to a spirit of pure hostility to prosperity, on th?? theory that no ore car. be prosperous without being dis hi nest," President Taft delivered to-day, to an audience of nearly ten thou I persons, the most important speech he has mads on this trip "It is not a progressive poli? y in any true sense to be hostile to th?? j r"s?>? ri'y of any par! of th.? country." th.- Presi? dent declared, and he appealed to all the people t?? put th?-lr shoulders to th?> whe?l "in a movement t<? promote the business prosp.-rttv of the c??untry by frowning down those attacks that aft ergen?bred not by a r?*?l desire to elim? inate ii buses but by a wish t.? arouse hi the peopl.? an unjust prejudice and tr.ke away from them their clear percep?tou as to their real interest in en? - umging th.? Investment <?r" capital, in commend? ing its thrifty, wise ar.il lawful use to Secure gOOd and reasonable profit." Th?? Presldenl reviewed whst has been accomplish??], expressing the riew that effective control of railroads I achieved; that the Sherman law hol been so construed by the courts as t?> eliminate doubt an?! make evident the unlawfulness of attempting t?? supi com.petlti.in; that the fou te nal and Intelligent isvtaton ol tariff had be?-n laid by the creation and work of the Tat:ft Board and I way to sound and trlSB tinan? . . tlon had been point.?! by tha ti??ns of the National Monetary Com? sion. In effect, the President said that tic r? was now abundant legislation en the statute books t?? enable the | ?vernm?-nt to supervise business, that the time bad come for a cessation of th?- propaganda against business ?nterprise, and that all good and patriotic <ui_.-iis, a?ctuated by motives of kindness and charity, should stand r?^ady to give due ereilt and ?? ? D lend encouragement to the business enterprise which is essential t?> th? | perity of the nation, and t?? D0SM than tl.e wag.? ear: ? Cummins Refuses to Join Taft. President Taft entered Iowa .?f ?00?_ cil H'.uffs early this morning? lb- Sl| Joined by Governor <'arr"!? and Ml staff. Lieutenant Qovernoc ?"ark. s?-:iit??r Kenyon, Hen? ral ?Irenville If. DodgS, i:. D, Hart, lu-pubii.an national com mltteeman, and Repn ? Towaer. K?ml.til, Prouty and Kennedy, Senator CummlOS refused to Join Mr. Taft, and his course is severely critleleed m Iowa, irbsre It is fSlt that with the President of th?- United States as th?' state's guest th. seniorfionatorshould bave forgotten factional differences an?! done bis part In extending to the Chief Kxe?-utivo of th?? tuition th.? h??spltality of th?? state, just as Senator Prlstow did In Kansas. Because of the strong factional divi? sion in this state and the lar?? following of Senator Cummins the PresJdsnt did not look for an enthusiastic welcome here, and he has been pleasantly disap? pointed by the size of the crowds whu-h have turned out to bear bin ?? n?l the cordiality of their giveting. A more or less 8tea?ly rain which has fallen the greater part of the day has not pre? vented people comtng many miles t?> SOI an h??ar the Prt-sl'letit, nor has it ?1? tracted in the slightest from the close attention with which his WOTdl have been r????lved. t Denlson closs to six thousand per? sons gathered in the rain to listen to the Presltlt-nt, who explained h:s reasons for VStoIng th?? tariff bills of the last ses? sion, ami the demonstration at th?? close of bis remarks was even mace ?nthusi iistic than that which gr.???t.?d him when bl left the train. At Fort Podge, th?? basas <>f IWtnator Kenyon and the former horn?? of th.? late Senator DolUvOT, fully BSVOO thousand persons list.?n??.l to th? President with rapt attention and ??heered him us be t"'i<? through the streets, despite the ioWUPOUT. At b.w.i Falls, a town of ISM than thr ??? thousand lnhabit.mts, fully ten thousand w.?r?i gathered about ?the stand as the ptvsi .leiit spoke, and th?? CVOWd was as en thustasilc as any in Michigan or Kan bas. At Wat.'iioo. a imii'ii larger city, t*?-, thousand p?rs?>iis li.nl gathered In a pouring rain, which fortunately ?vas.??! as Mr. Taft began to sp.-ak. It was n??t a demonstrative cr?>w?l. however, ami w'..".e the quiet preserved as ho r??a?l his a?blress was remarkable f?>r so large ui\ audience the applause at Its close was little moro than perfunctory. Mr. Taft Shows His Courage. It required more than ordinary cour? age on the part of the President to de? liver such a speech In the heart of Iowa, where a Progressive of the Cummins type has so stfimg a following; but, con? vinced ui th? abaolutQ truth, of every