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CefuerratlTe ftepablfctn Gnenlng GnenlngWASHINGTON GUNllncW GiieuInp
p WASHINGTON W AIIHmaroNJ Nor ov 30 toThe The word which whichhas whichhae whichha6
has gone forth that Federal officeholder officeholderia I IIn
ia the Ib South anti elsewhere el must not accept acceptelection acceptlectlo acceptlectlon
I election lectlo an members or delegations to the theRepublican theflepub1cen I IRepublican
Republican national convention instructed instructedfor
for Roosevelt has IleL et tin third term bees beesto
to blitzing again and there was much muchtalk muchtAlk muchtalk
talk in Washington Wafhln ton today about this thllllnte latent latentphAf Iatetphe t tIlhllM
phAf of tlm th situation It was authorita authoritatively authoritatively ¬
tively admitted that such an edict had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been iwuexl < 1 from the White House Jlou but a afull afili afull
full and ndfrankexplallKtion frank explanution of the tt matter matterwith mattorhh matterwith
with hh unification wa w wis s lint lorlhcotnlng lorlhcotnlngFrilrrnl IorlhcorrilngFpllrRI torthconilngI
I Frilrrnl officer clone cJAI to the th President Presidentnlilj PrfI PreiIdentIqlLtsdlIy hIent hIentoIhUrll
oIhUrll nlilj > l y hat officeholder otrlCthflrJuII omc holdere In the ieoral ieoralState iwveraIStitei fIveralIiHPI
State uYid Territories who may ina accept acceptlection accepte accepttection
lection e tion nit n instructed IU ltorlfNltlt > ofie > ell delegates delegatesould
ould ilu n only OflI upon pain aln of r dismissal dismissalHit
Hit I ft ltfcurrlcM It iva rrhl1 thai thero wan no objection objectiont ohjeltlonpolilical
t political Htllvlty IHII lty on 0 the part of 0 th the thlenlpholdpll theS e ei
S i fltertiolder in the tt primary conventions conventionsrh O oonveiitonerntnirg > nvelltlonllrhl
rh rhl enibarg applied n Its nearly us ii could coudI couldrfld
I karrid > arri rfld d only onl lo iiotuul mpinlier mpl sninber4iIp helblp < hip
m n d f1tllfttl 1eI leji gkn ioni n instructed for the President Presidentlliere J IreidentItr > reidentTh
Th lliere r > If I no objection t tu < > he Ihl ilfttfjn etlqn uf ufifficeholders tlfmcf1VlderJ utc
c ifficeholders as delegate irmlnulei for forTTKS fflrrtllil 1rI
I TTKS candidate other than the President Presidentseveral rridtntWhll rrIthtWhh
Whll several eevra construction hi have r > fo bn bnr ii iit
r 13 hie = J t > t to thU thl fonriw rOllr of tli tllJ President Presidenth
4 h hi opinion worthr worthpof orthJlof of mo most credenrp 1 1hat Ihllt b bhqt
hat the tb embargo mbllr c on officeholder U I Ii u uir 1 1tirst iiIbret
tirst < ir t tfp rttpln in a game 1t3 1t i if f hip hi p > iti < w r Ir IrL crIcted r rnocted
L e nocted ctfd with th thtt Republican R PrtU rn PriintIaL PriintIaLtrminaton IJntlal IJntlalIIJmmton nfla nflatiommiton
tiommiton It i III IIIn n open c rrrt t that thatPrudent IhtitPrIdent ttlltIdnt
Prudent Idnt Rof Rocpelt velt > reticence in regard regardti ear1 ear1tJ
ti the third term moenrn mopmnl nt B atilr i r it part partt pant
t least from a d djrf lro > to kwp hi opponents opponentsithin bppotintiiltWiI PIJOII ntA
ithin the party guessing n to ivlnt tn II in ini lund4tocPo 1 1Inrl I
i Inrl nds nd4tocPo nd4tocPoA to tof < b bAfl >
Afl A f Ionic Ion It IIA uncertainty eii 111 IIO to hi hitittltuda hilI hilIIttllrl3 hittItud3
tittltuda those Republicans R who dx rIII w a ahengf 1 1111fl1gt ahug
hug from th hot RooMell Roo t policies will willhetitafe 1 III IIIheltale ll llefta
hetitafe efta to coucwntrate their effoit It is iseclared Iseolar heechare1
eclared eolar torIIQ11t on orQmt onif on > rnnn ouch at RIiJlughltll a Ilughei Ilugheirip J1ight
rip t 10 would givo gi o a < I conservative cvn Prt ve aimimitra aimimitratlon lmlniltrlion
t lion Apparently 4paN tly it I a part of the th Presi Presidents PrfIIIdents Preh1ents ¬
dents plan Dn to t compel comp the postponement postponementfor
1 for as long a period a u possible pos lb of any ron ronerted coner1ed eonT1
T1 < erted movement nlo ment looking U > the nomloa nomloaMon nmlnlttlon nominarhon
Mon for President of a conservative conservativeThrough oonlltnativeOuoulb conirvativeI
I Through that mean it li I contended tho thoRoosevelt thoRooeevelt theRooeevelt
Rooeevelt force f foiewouId would have th thot advantage advantageof dvantagf
of f preparation while the opposition oppo ltlon would wouldbe
1 be 14 all at t set until a short time before the theonventiob thenven theonvent1or
onventiob nven o assemble aemb1mThe mb1e mb1eThe 4 4The
The theory of thfo plan t supposes that thatAir thatIr thatt
t Air Ir Roosovelt will not be a candidate candidatefor
for a third term Whether the word h w wOOen s sboen
4 boen given Ii V to them is I not known knownbut ltit ltiti it itts Iti
i ts i p a ffcttbafc r fCt that tho tbOtfoth wh wtw ar a in a position p etfon etfonto4e eIthoMv
10 to4e h Mv vo kuow kodg kid d of ofhI his jMent tUntlanM tent IIII appear appearo iapp
o bo b confident eonfld e nt that tho ho willot iiI I t accept OOtlJ ice an another aoIf ii iitbft ¬
If other horahiatKft nondi tr 1t There T1i I Is I evidence evidenceit
it hand which hI h cannot be lightly thrown thrownldn thrown4eId
4eId lld ldn that the Preslderif Pr llfnt Intention U I to tot
> t the third term propaganda be beD carried carriednn
nn D until the < nomination Is I within hilt hi graspind graspmd grasp pIIpt
t ind then come forth in a clear and nd explleit ex explicit explicit ¬
plicit announcement to the country coul try that thatlie tbllth thathe
lie h never thought for or an instant of failing failingto
to tt adhere to his hi election night promlsa promlsaand promland promlend
and nd that he will III not accept a nomination nominationm
in any circumstances Such an announce announcement announoement announcement ¬
K IfK If < ment it is contended by the Presidents Presidentsfriends Pre PrealdeatsI ldeutli ldeutliI
I friends will III make him more than ever nverJ
1 p J It popular favorite avoritfland and will be bethe the culminat culminating ¬
ing TlIr g troke of his hi Presidential career careerIn careerIn
In the meantime however If what is isaid laaid iseijd
aid here is to be believed the President Presidenti
i i Is desirous of deferring the issuance of ofany oft ofu7
1 fc fcv any u7 statement IIta tement of the course cour e he intends intendstft Intandapurene
v tft t pursue with reference to the nomination nominationft
ft is claimed that his effort will be di directed dlre directect ¬
I rected re < ted to postponing tponing an announcement of ofhis ofhlI ofhis
his attitude until the very last possible possiblemoment potlIlbleoment poeibiemoment
moment before befo befoysthe the meeting of the Ih Repub
national convention in 1008 1008The 1108The 198I
I The directions dlrecti nll to Federal officeholders officeholdersnot
F not to t accept cept election to delegations to the thenational thenational thenational
L national convention instructed to vote for rortblrd forthird
4 third term nomination are ar said to be due dueto
10 a cesire on the part of the thePn thPreaident thPreaidentto President Presidentto > ldent ldentto
to forestall the intention of the Tennessee TennesseeRepublican Tenn TenneeseeRepublican Mee MeeRpubllcan
Republican convention to instruct ita na national naIional nar ¬
r y tional delegates delegll 8 for Roosevelt RooseveltRepresentative Roo Rooseveltf evelt eveltprfOentative
f Representative Nathan Hale of Ten Teniiesnee Tflni
II iiesnee i announced after a visit to the White WhiteVfpuse WhiteR9U8e Whitej
j Vfpuse that the Republican convention of ofhfo ofhl ofhi
hfo hi State would meet t as noon as II possible possiblenfter posableofter poasiblenfter
nfter the national committee issued its itsfall its31I
r fall al 31I for the election of nationaldelegates nationaldelegatestnd natonaldelegat nationai delegates delegatesid i
1J 1 tnd that it was wa the ambition of Tennessee TennesseeFUpnblicans Tennle TennesseeRipub1icans I
FUpnblicans Rplblcanll to be bl the first frst toinstruct ointruct a aState 1 atate
State StAe delegation to vote for the Presidents Presidentsnomination
It nomination The Te Tennessee Tee8 Republican Republicanlenders Rpublcan Rpublcanleaer Republicanleaders
I lenders leaer have V decided dflde that the national nationaldelegates naton nationalrielegutes l
> I delegates rleleglt ehall be b instructed Intructd to voto for forRoosevelt forItoosovell
0 Roosevelt RooseveltIn ROvelt ROveltIn
In this Ih lien JM the th understood undel stgnifleuijcc stgnifleuijccof Ignfclc
ii of the th Presidents Prldents direction dirion to Federal Federalofhohold Fler Fedendnfliohoklsrs
ofhohold ofOholdf1 rs not nt to go o to the tbE national nJona1 con convention cn cnfton conrntion ¬
vention fton under pledge Iledl to vote for torbis his I nomina nomination nomin nominathan ¬
l lIon Radical Radicl third term tnn boomers bnr like likenator
ti nator Jonathan Bourne Boure of Oregon Orgon main mainlain mainl
mn mnlaltlmt
t l lain laltlmt that if I th thI < i Provident P Ielt keeps kep silent lent for fora forweek
a week wtk or BO after eona eo Republican R ubUccm con convention convntiop ¬
t vention lnlon instructs Inetrctl IU IL national natonl delegates delejat to totupport toiop1ort
1 him for the
tupport Jprrt Presidential Prdemll nomination nominationit nomlntol
it will i be b b nil ni over except excpt the shouting shoutnJ For Forthru FortMt or orthat
thru reason lon they regard the forthcoming ror ompg
frtniAusoe rflnl ren convention onventlon as 11 presenting Jrntng the thecrucial te tecnldnl theriida1 I
crucial test tllt Mr Ir Roosevelt Ro velt probably Jrbhly1ewl views viewstt I
4 It in the same Ime light lgllt It I is II said Rid that hej hejrealizm ho hoIII hersslisre
realizm III that thlt if I the national ntlnl delegates d lepte from frm frmrflln fromfennei
rennewte rflln are instructed Inflrctec for hm It will wi b bnecessary h he henecpesary >
necessary OfCIr for fo him to nialte a declaration declarationrepudiating dlnlon dlnlonrpudlatnl declanitlonrepudiating
repudiating rpudlatnl the action of his Tenneuee TenneueenppnrtPr renNM renNMlpprtpn Fennesjeeiipporters
nppnrtPr lpprtpn or by sileico Ilelio assenting jli entl to their theircourse thelCtl theicourw
course courseMost Ctl courwUost
Most 310t of theTcnneeseoRepublicanieaders theTcnneeseoRepublicanieadersnil the theTeneessee TCDlNSM Republcan Republican INde leaders leadersnil
nil ni or nexrly all 81 of whom will wi be delegates delegatesto dleat
to 0 the national nationl convention IIvlnllon are ae Federal Federalofficeholders Fede Federalmceloldere
fr officeholders omcloldef and tld if I the tt intention to have havheir haveheir haveheii
heir Mate Statl contention cntltion instruct Inltruc for RoosV RoosVvolt Rcc Rccvolt
volt Ilt U II earned crred out they t fY will I be b obliged oblgd R to toesigri t torcatgn I
esigri iln their h1lr Government Go rment offices ofl or decline declineto delne I Ito
to serve on the delegation
aMe dlegaton That they theywill tby theyWill
will i Jo o neither may be b accepted as a a fore foregone for forezone ¬
conclusion and the
gone one CDcluaon Presidents Plldentl new newdictum newIIcml new4hjCttflfl
dictum IIcml will wi have he the he effect f1c of producing producingactive prducng prducngative producingctive
active ative efforts tliors on 01 their thtir purt prt to have the con convention cn cnwnlla conL ¬
L 1 vention wnlla Mnd send t nd an iminstriicted Inllllrucel delegation delegationto
I to tho tlo tbonitlonal national nltolal convention conventionV convpntli conventkiiL
iL V 1 rh PrMidents <
PldentA embargo o result rsult In a
I decision r o by b those thole Republican Republcan State conven convention 1 ¬
convn convnluCuLI
1 tion luCuLI controlled by Federal officeholders omCholderl to
hnve h e unlnetructed ulntruct d deleRatlon dellllol wmt It to the thenational thenallonal thenotional
national convention convent Inn Mr M h Roosevelt RNvelL will be beenabled beelublt
l enabled elublt to I defer until unti a short time tafore taforetho heror
1 Ibo national convention
111tonu oaveltlon atwemblea almble any an l
nouooement DOOett of his h attitude atttuc toward t1 the third thirdterm trd trdt thirdterm
term t movement mOYtt > When that tt time arrived arrivedit arve
it nay be b apparent app t that tt the t nomination Doiation will willbe wi wIllbe
be b nil hllf if lfft he ey saysti saystwordo wordor wororf If ho says noth nothing DothIns nothlog ¬
Ins He Uem U will be b tiapoalUonlt lb 11 a poltoDlt poltionlt is i I argued to tocontrol tocnul tocontrbl
control cnul a maJort majority of f the delegates elsat and andthrow anllrw andthrow
throw rw their tr votes toTaft toTa or somebody Imebdy else elsewho olaowh elsewho
who wh can cn be b deende depended on to t carry cary out the theRoosevelt theRevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt Revelt pollclei potole potolend polioieiAnd V VAnd
And nd furthermore fureor it U I pointed pointd out u ustatement I astatement
statement etatent by the to President Prsient to the te country countryat cuntr
at that moment of hja Ia
roet ofls supreme fupro political politicalpower poltical polticalpower politicalpower
power that he stands tand by hU hi announcement announcementof anoucent anoucentor
of election eletion Hay IYin hlayin in ibl 11 will u make mo him the themoat te temoat themost
moat conspicuousfigure cnsplouousfKre In the world and andcauxe andcule andcauNe
cauxe cule him to be hailed as a man ma who place placenhis plc placehi
his hl hi word above abve ambition ambitionSecretary abiton abitonScrtry ambitionSecretary
Secretary Taf Taft ts action in
Scrtry aon curtailing curlnc the thelength thelength thelength
length of his hil stay ty in Europe Eurp la I now gener generally ceneraly genorally ¬
ally aly ascribed alrb here her to the exigencies oxlenolO of the theRepublican theRpublican theRepublican
Republican Rpublican political pltical situation fltuatlon It It is said sld that thatPresident thatPlident thatPresident
President Plident Roosevelt Rvelt and Mr Taft Tat agreed agreedbefore agrt agreedbefore
before bfor Tafts departure deprur from frm the United UnitedStates Unitd UnitdSttf UnitedStates
States Sttf that the President Prident should not discuss discusspolitics dillcu diecuanpolitics
politics poltlc in a public way until unti Mr Taft got gotback gotbck gotback
back bck to Washington and among those thosewfao thOe thOewho thosewho
who credit crdit this report repor there ther is a disposition dispositionto dlpOltlon dlpOltlont
to t believe beleve that the th President Prldent is anxious to tooonnult t toconsult
consult OMuit Mr Taft with a as a little ltl delay dlay dlayplble aa aapossible anpoesiblo
possible plble in order orer orderthat that thvPresidents th Preldenta course coursewith coule couleIth coureewith
with Ith especial epclal reference rrerno to the thirdterm thirdtermmovement thlrter thIrdterinmovement
movement and Mr Ir Tafts Tat candidacy may
be b determined detrlned early elyROOSlaEIT earlyIrOoSEELT
fomentlon of Alama Alabama Offlrrboldrrs Ollrholdrn In InKn I I ISeidon
Kn Seidon lon at ntrmlnKham ntrmlnKhamBIRMINGHAM D fltrmlnghmBJRUZWcIRAM Irmlnlam IrmlnlammINoRAU
BIRMINGHAM Ala Nov 3d 2A1bama 2A1bamaPrllld Alabama AlabamaPresidential AlabaznaPresidential
Presidential Prllld ntial postmasters pstmetr are ar holding a ameeting anloti afleeting
meeting nloti in Birmingham and while whie it is II given givenout givenout givenout
out that the purpose is to t form n State or organization orlanlMton oranization ¬
ganization lanlMton there ther is I evidence that tht it is I a alineup alnup alineup
lineup lnup in I behalf behal of President PNAidnt Roosevelt Rlvelt for foru
u Ihird him term termThe tennhe terniThe
The he Republican Rpuhlh State Stte ZLIe executive executve commit committee committe committeals ¬
tee te teals 11 is largely I ely mode mae up uPofofcholdel upotoftIcehoIders of officeholders and andit
it is said that ht there is a plan to capture calltur the thedlgaton
delegation dlgaton to the not national natonal convention conventlon conventlonIn conventionin
in behalf bha If of President Prsident Roosevelt Rvelt RveltN RoosaveltJ
J N l Li KJeele of the thetat
scretary 8 crttr fJtata tat com committee cm cmmit cornmittre ¬
mittee mit and Ild a 1 referee rrere in bankruptcy hnkrupt re returned reIr returned ¬
turned Ir today lody from frm Washington Wulnlton where whr he hewont hewent hewent
went to renew tnaw acquaintance auaintnC n he says sayswith lyawib sayswith
with wib the Department Dprmlnt of Justlc He Je did didnot didnot didnot
not deny d ny that he had I formed fore the impression impressionfrom Imprliof
from fm what he had heard bear in Washington Wahlngtn that thatPresident tht thtPrlident thatPresident
President Prlident Roosavelt Rvplt would b bi be a candidate candldatafor cndldt9 cndldt9ror
for a third thir term termThe tr termThe
The State executive eet committee commtt will wi be berailed boalt becalled
railed alt together immediately Immtdiately after aftr the thenational thenatonl thenational
national natonl committed cmmltt meets met and this plan planin pln plnht
in to be b followed followe all al through trough the South SouthAlabama 8uth 8uthAlabama SouthAlabama
Alabama being the tlo first State Stte in the theColon theUnion thetnion
Colon alphabetically alphllbetcaly holds holdl a place plac of im importance Imprtrno beporlanoe ¬
portance prtrno in national conventions conveton out oir of ofproportion ofproortlonto
proportion pr rtlonto to Its Ih it voting votng strength atrengt Alabama AlabamaAlways Alabamaalways
Always alwa has ha flr fut first t say 111 in presenting prentng candi candidates candidates ¬
dates dat and ad on the theory that the first flrsttjlow frt frttow firstlow
tjlow tow low counts cupt there Is a desire de lre on the te Jrt Jrtor psrtof part partof
of aspirants apranl to stand well with the te Alabama Alabamadelegation Alaama Alaamadeleation Alabamadelegation
delegation deleation It is If on this theory ter that tat the thepolitical thepltcalactvtyhere thepolitical
political pltcalactvtyhere activity here is I explained explainedtrVIOV explne explneU explainedUNION
tUrrhnaji 1l RarrlmanEat Enterprlxs J1rrlu rprlss AHrBtfi AHrs tn II Have Cem Cemfetted Cssbleed
bleed b A At Aakut abMt a aCoaIeaIsrSAIT CoaIJtealer C B v vSALT
SALT ALT I IJ1j u KJ cxu rrr r Utah UtNe VtsbN Ifeir 2ne 2neGMlurt OTh OThaL The ThejPederal
jPederal aL GMMdvaurytodayj GMlurt tur ed it itdlotmenta It 1tdlctrnenta
dlotmenta dWmet against aant the to Union Undn Pacific af Rail Railroad Ri RailToad ¬
ro Toad road Company Cmpyth the Qrc Qrgetihrt rt nIn nInteUna Line Linettie UnethdVn1on >
ttie teUna thdVn1on Union Pacific Palfo Coal col Company em J M MMoore Mtoore
Moore tr general Ce agent aet of the Union UnlaPfo UnlaPfoCl n1 Pnciflo PncifloCoal PacifloCoal
Coal Cl Company Cmpny and Everett Enret Buckingham Buckinghamassistant Bknghm Bknghmilltt Backlnghamaeeistant
assistant illtt len8 general l superintendent luplnlnoent of the theOregon theOrgon theOregon
Oregon Short Line for violations vloltO of the theinterstate theIntntte theinterstate
interstate Intntte commerce omm t law lawTh lw lawTt
Th 1 technical thnicl charge chr is II a combination cmbination in inrestraint Inrttlnt inrestraint
restraint of trade those indicted
rttlnt thO Indic having havingcombined havingcomblnNlt havingcombined
combined comblnNlt it ia Isoharged harged hrg to force for D J Sharp Sharpa Shr
a coal cl deahsr dehr out ot of business because bl he hehad hehad hehad
had lowered lower the price prc of coal 01 from fm that thatalleged tbatallgd thatalleged
alleged allgd to have been bn fixed fJe by the socalled socalledcombination locle socalledcombination
combination combinationIndictments emblrlton emblrltonIndlcmnt combinationIndictments
Indictments Indlcmnt were Wf returned rtur against th thsjame the theam thesame
same am corporations corrtlonll and persons pNon some 8m months monthsago montbalO monthsago
ago on the sttme Ime grounds gundl but these thel indict indictments Indlctmnt indictrnenta ¬
ments mnt are ar now quashed quahe and an those tlo returned returnedtoday rtured rtureday returnedtoday
today ay take tko their place placeHARD plc placeHARD
Heat Ita It rattier uUIfr lies 111 Cot Cuts Her IrrPalp Pace Down Downmie D01 D01le DownIe
mie le Wont ot Be B In TonlBht TonlBhtThe Tlllt TllltThe TnIhitThe
The new Cunarder CUlrder Mauritania Iuttnla which whichon whichon
on tho third thn 300 miles mies of herbuitdera herultel tnato tnatoaveraged tra trialaaveraged
averaged averg 2730 273 knots an hour is i having havinga
a bard han battle btte on 01 her maiden trip to this thisport thi thinport
port pr with wlb tall tl seas a combed ombd up by fierce fiercehead fiercehead
head bed gales g The 1he latest latt wireleiM lrll bulletin bulletinfrom buletn buletnfrm bulletinfrom
from frm her er received rr1ulved last lt evening by Vernon VsrnonII Varon Varonn
II Brown Brwn general gnerl agent agnt of the line ia iathis Inhla
this hl city ald Id that tht she se was wa 320 3 miles ml cant cantof et etof eastof
of Sable Island 3 oclock
Ilnd at oclok yesterday yesterdayafternoon Yhtonay Yhtonayafroon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afroon A previous message ms from Capt CaptPritchord Cpt CptPrtchd CaptPritchard
Pritchord Prtchd said fd that on Tuesday TUday at 0 A M Mnh 1 i iah
ah wait W 1530 1 miles mlls east et of Sandy Hook Hookand HookI Hookand
and that her hourly average averKe up UI to that time timehad timehld timehad
I had hld bee b 2300 23enot 23M0knote 23M0knoteAll knots knotsAH
AH 1 the big westbound w tbund ships hlp according accordingto
to wireless wlrleAf reports npra are a storm str belated belatedSome blatP belatedSome
Some Sr are ar more mor than a day behind bhind their theirschedule theiracheule theIrschedule
schedule acheule All Al report repor bucking boisterous boisterousseas blateuf
seas leu That Tbatthe the Maiiretania Malretali bun hlK been bn up upagainst upaaainlt UPagainst
against aaainlt it In li illustrated luftrat by the log of h her herdaily r rdaily
daily daly rum Mnl up to noon yesterday yestenay On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the nautical nautcl day ending en lnl on 01 Monday site sitehad aIlehad shehad
had covered rovfr 571 67 miles mil She could couldnegotiate couldnlRotato couldnegotiate
negotiate nlRotato only 181 milan mlef the next ltxt day dayno layso
no 0 the th wireless wrlellf message t ge said It I did tid not notsay notIY notsay
say IY why but blt left I ft the impression ImpJHRlon to t men menashore menashore
ashore aahor trying tring to fathom her performance performancethat
that abe he must mllt have run Into phenomenally phenomnaly
bard har sea t luck luckThe luckTe luckThe
The Te next day dy that in II the to nautical one onewinding onewlndlpg onewindipg
winding up at noon non yesterday yetenuy she logged loggedM3
503 513 miles mle Of course ourM the wireless wrelel figures figuresmay liguresmay
may my be out of plumb which whcb may account accountfor acunt acuntfor accountfor
for the big bllcaveralecel average averagecredfted credited d to the ship
by Capt Cpt Pntchardu despatch
A message mellago from the captain cPtain to Mr Broa Brqn Brqnad Brcnsaid n naid
ad aid that tt at It t 10 A M 1 yesterday yeteray the te Maure Mauretania Mauretantawas
tania tala tantawas was 1152 miles mi east ealt of Sandy Bndy Hook Hooklightship Hok Hoklbthlp Hooklightship
lightship lbthlp Thin Til means that tht she Ibe may m y not notget notKet notget
get Into Sandy Sdy Hook Jok even if I she the averages averagestwentyfour aVPragel averagestwentyfour
twentyfour knots knOl an hour until lnt I 10 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorw oclocktomormw
tomorrow tomorw morning moring It I It I likely that nh nhTV she shewill he
TV wi will III not break bra tho LUltnlaH Lualtanlaw record rlrd The Theelements Theleenenta he heolnt
elements olnt have bq1V6 i been against altMt her heri hernisne herntSliE hernLssF
CMeages Ce Ma > er r riayt la1 Citys Clta Mentlment Setmet 1 1Agl8 1 is isgsIut
Agl8 gsIut t the Sunday SImdaCaco l lCHICAGO lAw lAwCliIcGO
CHICAGO Caco Nov NO2folowinK 30Following th tho < receipt receiptof reiptof
of a letter let from f the Chicago Cicgo Law Lw and a Order OrderLeague Orde OrderLeague
League Lae Mayor Buase Du Bua today tedy again agin de declared doclued ¬
clued car bin opposition oppOILon to tho closing of ofsaloons oflon ofsaloons
saloons lon OB Sunday SundayMy Sundy SundyM SundayMy
My M position ptlon on Sunday SUndy closing ia II i too toowell to toowell
well known to need further furber comment commenthe
wel ne omnt omnthe
he said H The T he Council Cuci years year ago ao sent a acommunication acmmunicton acommunication
communication cmmunicton to the Mayor requesting ruttng
him to pay no attention attDton to the State Stte law lawfor Iaw IawCor lawor
for or Sunday Sudy py closing clolg and a I wjll I not close cloe the thesaloons theulon thesaloons
saloons ulon unless uie ordered o to t do so fO by the thewxirta theoour thecourts
courts or o unless he t people pple by hya a majority majorityvote majorityvo
oour U
Sunday SundayTlpo Bund Bundp vote vo Sundayrip ask asltht that the te saloons 8lons be t cloned clOe on onSunday onBund n nSunday
Tlpo rip Chtuntl CIIIS en ml or wbltc blt wine 1nol wlnorappeais ippet to thoM thoMnotliocuilomul tho thomOM ttoetro
notliocuilomul mOM tro p aCII ucugomtd to 1 I Ufti luxuilet IUlruA IUlruAI IulvttesAd Ait
He Had ad Hold Hol ef e etHer Her He One le 8a Sal > f and aal Hlie HlieHeard MheHerd lIheHeard
Heard Herd a Shot Gt but Bhkft B Knew IDow He HeWas Je JeWa lieWas
Was Wa Hit Hi Until 1tl He Called Cale rorHrlp fet fOP Jrlpe JrlpeKII Iietphe Iietpheileati < nie nieReail
Reail KII Mrs tr Atfamrs tt Letter Leter tn I BrownWtsBncctON Hr01 Hr01KICTN Brown lirownW4sU1NcTOf
WtsBncctON KICTN Nov 20 2Ir oMr Mrs Anna nna M MBradley Madley 1 1Brdley
Bradley adley on tri trial for the murder of r former formerSenator Cormernaor formerSenator
Senator naor Arthur Brown of Utah ufl U h today todaycompleted toycmpleted todaycompleted
completed Tier er tragic trdc story culminating culminatingin cuimlntil
in the details detals of th t tIs shooting hotlg of Prawn Prownin Frwn FrwnIn
in hi hil his room rm at tho Ra KilIch R > ilgh lgh Hotel Inut 1 1t De December Decmbr December ¬
cember cmbr In the half hl hour that th tmalnt remained remainedbefore mainedbefore
before bro adjournment adourlnt adouri mnt she ab hi was subjected subjectedtj Ubjet e eb
tj t rr rr crossexamination < is oxamlnation ox mlnaton by b District Dltrlc Attorney AttorneyBak Atorney AtorneyBlr AttorneyBaker
Bak Blr Baker r and ald compelled cmp11 to identify Identy many manyletters many manyletters
letters leter she Ibe had written wrtln to Brwn Brown begging begginghim begnghim
him to five Jve up his home and nd come cme to t her herIt hlr hlrI herIt
It I was Wa a day of letter lter For Fo two hour hourthis bnurtbiR hoursthis
this morning mornng the th attorneys attry for the defence defencekept derlIo defetcokept
kept ket the prisoner occupied ocupIe Identifying Idenlylnl let letters let Ittore ¬
tore ter and telegrams telegam thathad thtad parsed Pn between betweenher betw n nher
her and Brown Brwn Incidentally Incdentsy the letter letterof leter leteror
of Mm 11 Ire Anna Ania Adams mother of Maude MaudeAdams MaudeAdams laudeAdami
Adams the actress act which was found in
Browns Brnwnl room rm and read rat by Mrs l1 Bndley Bndleyjuat BAdleyjllt BridleyjLnt
juat before bfor the shooting Ibotnc was offered oltrer in inevidence Innldenc inevidence
evidence nldenc by the defence defenceMrs rerenc rerencn defenceMrs
Mrs n Adams Adma letter letl to Senator Snator Brown Brownfollows Browntolow Brownfollows
follows tolow
SATURDAY P M 1 December I IIMM IIMMPhiladelphia If tto5Philadelphia
Philadelphia Piaelphia Pa PaBroadway PatroathI PaHroadway
Broadway troathI tl tlI UIUE LlIxnir
I UE Ixnir > ERII I Mr 11 DEARIE DaARIE The world seems seerll to tohave 10havl tohave
have havl taken tkfn on a now hue because bcauae perchance perchanceI
I have heard h ar from you which means mlaao so much muchI
I was as all I told you very fY fearful of 0 the contre contreI contrIt contretflpat
i I tflpat em np pat at the house boule and sorry lory sorryk U could not have havebeen havebeel havebeau
j It I been beel avoided avoidedI aclde
I think your Idea of Living lvlna here must be begiven bealnn begiven
given up I wondered wOldere at a Bates rates being b lnl open openaa op n nu
aa I Ithlnk that bolts bty and bars bal would acra aethe aetheproper emthe emtheproprthlng the theproper
proper proprthlng proprthlngPoor thine thinePoor tblnr
Poor misguided rltuldt soul Bul who to cannot see e better betterremits bter bterrpeuU betterresult
remits from a more dignified dlrnle procedure proeureand procedureand procedureandyou and andyou I Iou
you ou What courage and strength It requires requiresfor I
for continued onslaughts onslaughtsI onslauahtl onslauahtlI
I wish Ish the winter was 1 over 1 hope you youcan youcal youcan
can cal arrange arraae the thl chance chaae of date for cute men mentioned mrntonl mentioned ¬
tioned tonl but do not worry WOr more mor than thal Is neces necessary necel necessary ¬
sary Ir What Is li l will wlb wllibesnd be and right must prove proveIt
It In the end 80 o the they tell tel us usI ust usI
I shall hal not be In Inthl the bill bi next week r l after afterthe afterthe ntr ntrIhe
the IMh and they Ihe say ay for four or five nVI week wtekior weekor eehor
or until Uiti Boston and may atiiy Itay In New York Yorkand Ycrkand Yorkand
and trust Irus the lime lme can ca be b aranae arranged I fear feurthat lur lurtbat fearthat
that this thll will wil hardly reach you youbor before leaving leavingSalt IlaTlnl leavingsalt
Salt Sal Lake Lk and may send it to Washington WashingtonInstead Vsshingtonlntrad uhlnRlonInltud
Instead Inltud If I address addres comes omI and It should be beMonday b beMonday
Monday llonday YOI you any anyI l
I murthate muthate with wit your hate love with your yourlove yourlove our ourIon
love To the th latter part prt I can pledge pleae myself myselfbut mysl myselfbut
but hate has h never neyr neverseemsd seemed a component compnent part partof prt prtof partof
of my n makeup mleup somehow Perhaps Perhp dearie dearieyou d deaneyou I IOU
you OU can discover discver It somewhere and nd then thel de devise deTtll devise ¬
vise the beat bt use us for It after Cl It has been beenaround ben benarou beenarouied
around arou d but love ever seemed ltemed to be b the beet bntand bi biand beetand
and hope hop ever net will wi 111 tx b for I am overflow overoa overoawtb ovrrflowlni ovrrflowlniwith Ina Inawith
with wtb that tht sweetest aetat and dearest dfarlt or human humanthought humantb humanthoughts
thought tb O uahtl and feeling for you and nd so o you U see seethere seethere ee eethet
there thet Is no room rom for aught urht else ell This Is my myreligion myIllonand myrrhlgionand
religion Illonand rrhlgionand and you rol youcnd end Mi I are ar to t become bcome true be believers belner belIvr ¬
lievers lner s lo i the th divine dlTt command cmmand MIA Love ye one onenotder oe oeanotlr onenotkex
anotlr notder BetlevfrKt Itevtthou thou til thii tbist I answer autwerI answeryewrealiy
yewrealiy yewrealiyI 1
I Sfett t t piy J ThanJttttvtajr T luta Mwog t D Umnk LlaOkf LlaOkfyou fo foyou f fyu
you yu and ad my Iy every ft1 hope bO apoke apk ul fIiII fIiIIwhich fWIWsfs fWIWsfswhich 11
which wbcb one year ago 0 t nxver n neverdreamd r dreamed drllmd could culd b bponsilble b be bepossible
possible plbl It seem Im too to Mw IWlt sweet t I am not notoln notollr notjoInt
joInt ollr oln to t send nd this until ant I art It et an n address stdml MI MIpouters f sopossess
pouters J my m soul 811 jn patience patlsnroMb ptenr
Mb rh Ho lo BiiniriHcd 81friNf to learn Iar you OU am arl en 1 route routeI
I wilt I tI write you 01 tomorrow at length ellth of inr inrmoemntK mymovements nymowmmh
movements I think that Ihl we leave lefve hero hert as itsearly asearly asearl
early earl nn on Sunday Ilnl the thp nth th for New Sr York YorkMy YorkMy YorkMy
My cousin 10181n too 0 ha ha baa written wrlUt1 ahn ahl Is 11 eomlnu Itlnl to toNew 10Sew toNew
New York ork from rm Canada Write Wrle fully ful how hownoon hO howsoon
noon 801 mu mlt muet t you g ket t back bck home hor l It et mn tI know knoweither knoelhlr knoweither
either elhlr hire hTt or wire wlrl me nl In New Nf York Yorkget orl IUMt dttget IUMtCt
get Ct to work worlclthNneiletirfiit workVIthi orl orlWith
With lthNneiletirfiit 10Ifr1 love ilrortsL lira hrrtae bp3rt rt a as ever eerAfter everAlter xxn xxnArter
After the Ull recent rrC M Ir Brown Bron testified testifiedan tltlfed tltlfedto
an to her arrival ariyal In Washington WblnRon and tho thoevents thoprcding theevents
events preceding prcding tho tragedy She had hadgone hadon hadlone
gone on to t the Raleigh Hotel rlt l taken a room roomand roomand
and learning ln the number nu ber of Browne room m
open opn gone in While Whilethere vhtIetiters
there tber sh ahe had discovered a letter ter written writtento
to Brown by Mrs 1lr Anna Adams in II which whichshe whichshe hlch hlchaho
she addressed addrfel him ait aDerl Dearie my dearie dearieThe dre dreTe deanieThe
The Te letter loter THIS aa read td to t the jury jur It wan wal a along along along
long letter lettr in affectionate lelonato language Inggpllntnl hinting hintingat
at approaching marriage marale and planning to tomeet tomt tomeet
meet mt Brown Bromln In New York YorkMrs YorlcMr YonlcMrs
Mr Mrs Bradley raid that that after reading reding the tlioletter tlloletter theletter
letter Ihe Mht hi had hii I gone out and Inr wandered wanderedabout wnd wanderedabout nI nIabut
about abut the Htreetx KtrlM somewhere 10mewher but did not notremember notrembr notremember
remember rembr where whpral whereas BH her mind mlniwas wait wal a blank blankBhe blankShe blankIhe
She had returned rture to her own OWI room nXm when whenshe whenshe tn I Ihe
she he heard her Brown enter entr hta li She lh knocked knockedat
at went his hI In InHe II inHe door dor and in response fM nf to his hL invitation invitationwent Invitaton Invitatonwent invitationwent
He looked scared nhe Ihe he continued continuedand contnued contnuedand
and nuked me ml what I ww Wa doing titers theroI thlrl
I replied rpled I want to know If I you inteuj Intnd to todo todo todo
do the right rilht t ting by mo and my children childrenHere childrenler childrenhere
Here ler the prisoner paused PUft and burled burlfd her herfact herfac herfacts
fact fac in her hands bandf Judge Powers Powel bluntly bluntlyaroused blUty blUtyaroUd bluttIyamused
aroused aroUd her with a question questionWell qUBtlonWel questionWell
Well Wel what did Senator Senator Brown do then thenOh IhenOh thenOh
Oh I dont know All Al I know knw is hi hiruhhad h hrbed harushed
rushed rbed toward tar roe I beard head a 1 shot tht which whicharoused whicharu whicharoused
aroused aru me meYou m meYou
You ou say sayhe he rushed toward you yoi Did Didhe Didhe Didhe
he have he hold of you when the th plHtol was wasdischarged w wdl wasdischarged
discharged dischargedYes dl
hrKe I IYee
Yes Yee he ie had hold of me but I do to not nlt nltknow > j I I
know on which side sideMrs sideAIrs Ide
Mrs 31 Bradley said 8d she he remembered very ery
little after that her mind seemed
lite afer omed dazed dazedShe dazedShe dazedShe
She remembered remembrd Brown cursed ourd her and andcalled amicsll andcalled
called csll for help helpDid helpDid helpDId
Did you come omo to Washington to kill killexSenator ki killoxSenator
exSenator eSmator Brown or do him 11m bodily bdiy Injury InjuryI Injur
I did not notDid notDld notDid
Did you mean to do him injury when whenyou whenyot whenyou I
you yot went to his hi room roomI rcm1
1 did no noWhy DOWhy noWhy
Why did you ou shoot him himI I
I dont know why I shot him himShe himShe himShe
She said ld Brown Brwn had hd hold of her when she shefired shefired he hefrd
fired frd She didnf dldn know he was Wa shot fhot until untilhe unt untilhe
he called clled for help she 8h said saidDistrict fald faldDistric saidDistrict
District Distric Attorney Baker Baer proceeded proceeded at atonce atonce atonce
once to the croeaexamliution croeaexamliutionYou clxmlntol
You say IIY Mrs lra Bradley Braley you did not notcome notcome notcome
come to Washington Wahlngtn to do S Snatr Rnator nator Brown Brownbodily Brownbly Brownbodily
bodily bly harm hr Why did you bring brin a 1 cat cato ct cto
nine tails with
o lall you youWhy youWhy youWhy
Why and her eyes eye opened opend wide with withapparent withappnt withapparent
apparent appnt wonder wondr I didnt didntThe dldntTho didntThe
The Government Ovemnt produced pruced the exhibit exhibitand exhibitaDd exhibitand
and Mrs lra Bradley Brly slid it had h been bn packed packedia pk
ia there thereBlany thr thereJany her trunk trun and ad she be had hd forgotten foroten itwas itwasthere Itwa Itwasthere
Blany y questions qtonl relating rltig to hqr he he early el
infatuation infatuton for Brown Brwn were asked aled aid aidletters ald ald1ttra aiyiletters
letters 1ttra produced prucd In one of these ths written writtento
to t her h victim victm ahe signed herself hrl L 1 M wrtten wrttent J
Baker BakerThe Bkr BakerThe What Wt did dd that lht a6 mean mrn inquiredMr iquir inquired Mr
The Senator Sntor addressed adMed me that way
and ad I asked him what wlt It meant mnt He replied repliedthat rep repliajthat
that tht I was Wa his hl Little Ltte Mint Mit Julep and an it
became a joke between btweD us
The women omel spectators many may of whom I
Court Cur bad ba beencry hD been reproved rprve cing crying Ing ptton them th thetai littered Uttre tltte ed at this tb until IntU the t J JI
i wc r1
Menaler Indorsed lone for the Oe Presidency le18o by bynepubUeaa byfeubUen byftepubIlean
nepubUeaa feubUen Club Committee CommitteeOOLUWim CommitteeCOLUHtUs oIDIUee oIDIUeeOLt18tI
OOLUWim OLt18tI Ohio Nov 20 2Hntr 2HntrJOtph 20Senator 20SenatorJoseph Senator SenatorJoseph
Joseph JOtph Benson Benaol Foraker Foraer waa w formally formallylaunched forlly forllylaunched formallylaunched
launched ait a Presidential Pldetal candidate candidatetoday cndidat cndidattoday candidatetoday
today when eightyfive eightyfv members member of the theexecutive theeXcutlve theexecutive
executive eXcutlve and advisory advLor committee ommltee of the theOhio th thOhio theOhio
Ohio League Lae of Republican Rpublican Clubs united unitedIn unltt
In an indorsement of him for rot that tbt office officeThe offioeTe offtoeThe
The Te resolution tluton also alo pedges the active activesupport aoUveupprt activesupport
support upprt of the leagued members nomber in the thebattle tb thebattle
battle batto for control cntrol of the Congressional Congressionaldistrict CnKreslon1 CnKreslon1ditrlot Congressionaldistrict
district ditrlot delegates delelte throughout Ohio OhioA OhioA
A majority of the th Congressmen Congramen have havedeclared havederlard haveceelared
declared derlard themselves thmllvea ID favor or Secretary SecretaryTaft Hretr HretrTar
Taft Tar and andoor nnd4or < for a time the peaceful prul acquisition acquisitionof aoullton aoulltonor
of the he Ohio deleg dellton delegation tlon by bythe < tho War Wa Secretary Secretaryseemed Sretry Sretryme Secretaryseemed
seemed me assured lur but the t adoption adopton today to lay ay of ofthe oftho ofthe
the resolution rslution presented preant by former foner Lieu LieutenantGovernor LieutenantGoveror LieutenantGovernor ¬
tenantGovernor tenantGoveror Warren Wan G Harding HardingForaker Haring HaringForakr HardingForaker
Foraker Forakr lieutenant leutnat put an end fnd to all allthought 11 allthought
thought of peace pfao In the Ohio O lo Republican Republicanparty Rpublicn Rpublicnprty Republicanparty
party partyTho prty prtyTo Tho To resolutions laolUIlona launohing the Foraker Forakerboom Forker Forakerlom
boom lm and pledging pledKng active live support uppr of o the theSenators theSenators
Senators claims included also a strong
indorsement Indoroment of his hil position palton in those tho matters mattersIn
In which he has hs differed dferd from frm President PresidentRoosevelt Prident PridentRooselhs lresidentRoosavelthis
Roosevelt Rooselhs Roosavelthis his stand on joint statehood statehoodon Ilatho
on the dismissal dml I of the negro soldiers sldiel of ofthn orthl ofthe
the thl Twentyfifth Twentyfllh Infantry Inantr and ant on o the rail railway ril rilway railway ¬
way rate r legislation legislationThat legslallon legslallonrhat legislationThat
That the te launching launchin of jhe oraker candi candidacy candldc oanaidacy ¬
dc dacy was wa received reive seriously leioully by the Taft Taftmanagers Tat Tatmerl Taftmanagers
managers merl was wa indicated Indicate when tonight tonightArthur tonght tonghtArthur tonightArthur
Arthur I Vorys ora State tt tate commander of the theTaft theTat theTaft
Taft Tat forces forte put forth fort a proposal prpl that a adirect ndirect adirect
direct vote primary pimar be called cale to declare declareOhiqa delare delareOhlQa declareObigs
Ohiqa Presidential Pldpntal favorite favoriteThU favort favoriteThis
This proposition proptlon was w mode m e by Senator SenatorForaker Snator SnatorForke SenatorForaker
Foraker Forke six months monlh or mare mIr ago a and ad at that thattime thatlimo thattime
time received rhe little ltlo encouragement encrementbelng encoursgementbelng being
hidden hdden Under a counter cunter proposition prpelto 1 that thattho tbattho thatthe
tho direct diret vote proposed prpe determine detrine also alsowhether alo alowhelheor alsowhether
whether onntor Foraker should
jfcmuor again againgo IKain IKaing gainIC
go g to the Senate nate With Wlh Senator > atr Foraker Forakercommitted Forakerommlted Forakercommitted
committed ommlted to t tho primary prima plan pla however howeverhot
hot politico pltc may be expected in Ohio OhioState OhioStat OhioState
State leaders leader declared dolar tonight tonightIt tnlght tnlghtIt exp
It is 1 known that the resolution rolton of indorse indorsement indone indonement indorsemont ¬
ment was WW submitted to t Senator Snator Foraker Forakerin
in advance advanc of the meeting and ad that tht it Had Hadhis lad ladhis hadhis
his authorization authorizationNO authorizton authoriztonNO o
Governors COlmo Appointees Will Wi Not SoSI Be A tiI tiIijitted l lmlttnl i
mlttnl liltl tutU tnt They Tey Are re Elected ElectedWASHINGTON EI ElectedWAsn1Ncmro t
WASHINGTON WASIINGTN Nov Yo 20 2When 20When When Congress Congressmeets Cong Congresameets
meets mt a week 1ek eek from frm next Monday londy there tber will willbe willb I
be b b ono State Stt of the Union which will wi be beentirely b beentirely
entirely enttly without witout representation rpranttlon In the theSenate theSnte theSenate
Senate Snte That Tt State Stt will wi be b Oklahoma Oklahomajust Oklbom Oklahomajust
just jut admitted admlt to the te Union The Te new nw State Statewill ftt statewill
will 1 be b without t representation ip ntton in the Senate Senatefor Sna Snaror Senatefor
for a month or or more mr In I fact fa until uti her first firstLegislature frt frtgllture firstLegislature
Legislature gllture assembled amblo and formally elects electstwo elet electstwo
two Senators SenatorsThe 8nator SenatorsThe
The To first frt official oMcalact act of r Gov Charles NIlaskehh N NHa YU
Ha U Ilaskehh kell after ater assuming uumllK C chIco jJfl < j wan ai to appoint appointP aJIDt aJIDt1ot appointThot
Thot P Goretbebandorator Goretbebandoratoruntil blnd orto abd Robert Robertht05
OItb ar Rbrt
11 1ot all ft
ht05 t0 until nti the Laltur Legislature should houl elect ele electit
it t those th two men present plnt their tfllr credentials credentialson centa1
on th th the opening opnlnj day dy they will lnot not be ac accepted ae nocwpted ¬
cepted Optd This Tl ia II the th opinion opnion of Senators Senatorswh Snatr SenatorswM
wh wM < < f have hVI expressed xplI themselves theDlvl on the case casean C caneas
an they hold hole that under the Federal Jlerl Con Constitution Consttution Constitution ¬
stitution sttution as applied nlplt11 to t the Ih Oklahoma Oklahom cane casnthe canethi
the tut thi Governor OOfror lion h no power pwer to appoint appointTim appint appintTe appointThe
Tim Te Constitution Conttuton provides provldfR that Ihat each eachState tch tchStt eachState
State Stt shall haJ bo b entitled fntlltl to two t 0 Scnatora Snltl who whosliall whDahal whoshah J
shah ahal be b elected II0tpd by the Logislaturn Iflifltur thereof thereofand therot therotand thereofand
and repeatedly rptty theSemite Ihl the Hrlte Senate has ha refused Iflll to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit men mtn who hay Iat been lJtn appointed nppolnod by byGovernor byOovernol byGovernors
Governor Oovernol wbO whose State Legislature 1tgisltIIK had hadfilled hd hdf hadtiied I
filled f led to t1tc elect lp < t Senators Snalon It in I raid flllht that the thocoso IheC thecase I
case C of Oklahoma Oklhola in I the thE first flt Instance Inllnr where whereu whtt
u Governor of a State newly admitted him
sought lgbt to appoint appint Senators l atorl before the Ih meet meeting met metIn meeting ¬
ing In of the Legislature LegislatureTttAXSFKRI LeiRL1tul LeiRL1tulIITCIUOi Legislatureiireiuoe
IITCIUOi iireiuoe TttAXSFKRI lISIIn HO 10 10Indhtl IlOlII IlOlIITmIIi Mi MiInillrlMl
InillrlMl Indhtl TmIIi te4i Aellir cti < Ir > r l Itl Ierde > er < t Proprrt to II IIHatlKr I W WSevICo
HatlKr SevICo urcr > o Consideration l nMllrUmi Nuninl NuninlMIVUOLA amdINC uniNIlinoit
MIVUOLA INC L J I Nov o 20 iA A quit claim cliimdeed claimdt claimdeetl
deed dt to 1 property at Great GJ at Neck el given by byRaymond byJtymond byRaymond
Raymond Jtymond Hitchcock Ithcok tho indicted actor actorand actorant actorand
and ant bin bi wifi will Flora Jlom V Hitthcoc Jtchql iiitchqock to Henry HenryW Uelr
W v Savage Snago the theheatri theatrical < 1 manager rnaJlr was wasfiled wallftl wasfiled
filed ftl today tda in II the County Cunty Clerks C rkI office officeNo ofc officeNo
No consideration onsiderlLiol U il named namedTho namedTho namedThin
Tho devd dol shows that tht on Oi October 29 9 List Uatthe lt lttbt Listthis
the Hitohcookn Hitl1cookR deeded rlede two plots of ground groundat
at lien O n Cove e tr toJr Mr Savage SIVIII This Thil property prpry
has hal a I frontage frnlago of al ahqut > ut 200 feet fPt on Long LongIsland ln lnI LongIsland
Island I lao Sound Sund and is i the place pl to which whichHitchcock whichIthC whichhitchcock
Hitchcock IthC is alleged alege to t have baetkfln taken certain certainyoung crtin crtinyong certainyoung
young yong girls irll The deed d wan Wa executed and andsigned andsignl andsigned
signed signl onNovember onovlmbr 7 7F 7t
t F r VOXTA UTT YK I IIIWnl IIIWnlf iviiitrtii llltr Kit KitTogether
Together f lflhfr With Uh a Woman emn Set l Cjiiiflil Cu11 iiltl un unSniUEKItnc In Inmulumne
SniUEKItnc Charge riiarxrAiiHtin clarcf ChargeAui4in
AiiHtin F J Monfanye preIdnt preldft of the theA
A F Montanyo Montany Company Compny Importer Imprttro of ofIS orI
IS I West Twentieth T ntloth street ftret who was W arrested arroHtedseveral arOter arrestedseveral
several days ago on tho charge ohlrQe of imug imuggling smug mul
gling lnl 115010 15000 worth of Parisian Par lan KOWIM and andothtr andother
other othtr wearing apparel apprl was a to have hn Ve been bee beenbrought
brought before United tnitu States Sttef Commissioner CommiMtlonerShiuItU CommissionerShtiulcls mmullonr mmullonr811eh1
ShiuItU 811eh1 for examination yesterday ttrd3 but in inthe Inthl inthe
the thl meantime mlntmo United Unit States Stltl District Attor Attorney Ator Atorney Attorney ¬
ney Sttmson Stll0n bad carried carie tho matter matttr directly directlyto direcly direclyto
to the Federal Fnlernl Ornd Grand Jury Jur and seuired seuiredindictments leClued leCluedIndictmtnt escuredindictments
indictments Indictmtnt against alalnt both Montanyo llnntlye and andtho andthe I Ithe
the woman in the COMA cl who Is still Itli at large largeThe lageTbe largeThe
The trial will ill 1 come up on Deembor December December11ilIOtrIGt 11 11SHORTAGE
The Tl First Cla Class at atliestPoInI Itetl tlt Point to toMe Be Grad Uradqated Graduate Gradsated
sated uate Earlier rlrr Than filial filialWABIUKOTOV t11 t11WA8RINOTO tin tinWAeJIIsoto
WABIUKOTOV Nov 30 30The The War Deport Deportment Deparlment Departmeet ¬
ment has decided decide that the present preent first firstclartn firstclass ft ftcll
class cll at West Wet est Point shall Khal be graduated graduatednext gaduated gaduatednet
next net February five fve months earlier than the theuaual tbeulual theusual
usual ulual time Tho Tim rea reason aaon on U I a great grat shortage shortageof hortge hortgeor
of o dicers olUcerln in the army ay There Tere are severalInstances seyeralIntnC several seysralinstances
Instances IntnC where there Is only one offlcar offlcarto officoreto
to two companies companiesThere compnlell compnlellTbero companiesThere
There is i a demand in the army InlY for five fiveor fve fveor fiveor
or six Ilx hundred additional officers officr and it itis ItIs itis
is the purpose prpo of the Department to ask askCongress ukConcl askCongress
Congress Concl to provide at the thocmlc coming session sessionfor slonror
for a substantial lubetatial increase increaseThe Increae IncreaeTe IncreaseThe
The Te graduation KuatoD of the present pr ent fIrst frt class classin I
in February Febuar will I provide prvid jiomething Jom iom thing liko lke lik likitm
100 10 new ne Second 8nd Lieutenant Leutenab aa there are ar
100 lO members member of the class olu but there ther are arealready ae aealry arealready
already alry in the neighborhood nelKhbho of 75 7 vacancies vacanciesin vacnct
in that tht grade White Whle the authorized authorzd ent entrolment en enrlment enroimertt
rolment rlment of cadets cdet at West Wlt Point la I 523 523only 3 3only 3only
only 4 45 451 > 1 are registered rjitere showing that as asGen uGn anGen
Gen Gn Bell 1 WM Wa quoted quot several fever months ago agoan agol agoas
an saying u there ia something the
l thr i matter matterwith mtr mtrwith matterwith
with the
Champarn WiSes wi or Grajw GTa Jule Jul
H 4 T Dawer ampp CtoaCo 3 ° Co CIIIDILNYor IM 1 rullon CL t N New w York
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One Ueelupnieot uenlupray Yeiterday Was That Tat It Itn I itl
n l a Net Ne Cashier Cller Campbell Cllbf1 Who ho Has HasNptctUattnK its itspecnistlng al I IDlt
NptctUattnK Dlt In I Htooks MtOb but bih t Another AnotherOfficial tnotberUlUelal I
Official Oel of the Bank Bal Tfthft 11 Used Ultl Ills 4 4Indictments ante anteIndictment I
Indictment Indctmentid idthe Id the bane Cae or the Borough BoroughBank BurougbBai1c ruab ruabB
Bank B Brooklyn 1rkl probably prbbly will wi dot be e banded bandeddown handf bandeddown
down until util tomorrow tomorw which ia I the regular regularcalendar rclr rclrcndar regularcalendar
calendar cndar day dy for the filing flng of the Grand GrandJury Grd GrdJul GrandJury
Jury Jul finding findingIt fndlDp fndlDpJt
It I ii expected eptd now that tht five lve men will wl be beindicted beIndioted beindicted
indicted four for officials officals of the bank bnk and ad one oneof oneof oneof
of its Is customers cutmer Home Nme of them ore arkept nrekeptunder kept keptunder
under surveillance ufvelan The outsiders outlder name namehasnt nare nai4rehasnt
hasnt hnt appeared appnd yet eI et in the bank bnk scandal scandalbut scandalsbut cndal cndalbut
but it is I undeft understood that tJat he transacted trll con considerable considerable ¬
siderable Iderble business buaneat for officers ofor of the com company om ompny cornpany ¬
pany pny The le charge chrg against aflt him concerns concernsit conCms conCmsIt
it is I said Id an alleged aleged forgery forgr on paper ppr that thatwaa thntWI thatwas
was loan WI put pL up with wlb the bankas bnlaM collateral collterl for a aloan aloan
Six witnesses wlD were ere examined e amlned before belor the theGrand theOrnrl theOranrl
Grand Ornrl Jury Jur yesterday yesterdayLflobert PlltnyRber Robert J J Cuddihy Cuddihyand Cdtib Cdtibad
and ad David Dvid Hutton Huton directors dirtor F W Doo Doolittle Do Dcclittle
little lte Illiara llam Gows 0 private pratfl secretary secretaryHenry s se rtary rtaryHenrv retsryHenry
Henry J lies JI the assistant receiving teller tellerGeorge tler tlerGerg tellerGeorge
George Gerg Adams Acm cashier chier of the Oriental OrientalBank OrientalBnk OrientalBank
Bank Bnk and a representative rprentatve of the State StateBanking Stle StleBnking StateBanking
Banking Bnking Department DepartmentMr Dprment DprmentI
Mr Cuddihy Cddhy besides bldelt l being > a Director DirectorU lrctor lrctorI Iirector Iirectoris
I U I an executor exettr of the Carrie Crrie McGuire Mcuir estate estatewhich fltate fltatewhich estatewhich
which deposited deplit 1145000 SI O in the Borough BoroughBajtk Brugh Brughnk BoroughBtnk
Bajtk nk According Acring to the confession conn80n of ofCashier orChler ofCashier
Cashier Chler Campbell ampbll it I was against alainllttbat alainllttbataclnt that thataccount thataccount
account aclnt that a check chek or IHSOOO 1150 145000 was wascliarged wascharg wascharged
charged charg the thl check having been bn used tl to tocomplete tocomplete tocompute
complete the 31000000 SIIO of capital captl and sub subscribed aubscnibed ¬
scribed arlb yrplus Irplua of the International Intrtionl Trust TrustCompany Trt TrtCom TrustCompany
Company Com pny which had hd to be paid pd In before beforetho bfor beforethe
the State Banking Bnking Department Dprment would wouldallow wouldalow wouldallow
allow alow it to open opn its it doors dor for business bUlllnr Mr MrCuddihy 11 MrCuddihy
Cuddihy Cuddhy knew nothing nthlnc aboutthe manipula manipulation mpul ¬
tion ton of this account accountAccording aunt auntAcornj accountAccordinjt
According Acornj to Cashier Ch r Campbells Cmpbl con confession on onrlonwh confesslon ¬
fession rlonwh when D the McGuire lJculre account aount had hd to tobe tob tobe
be b made md Ro good S7AOOO 10 of the amount aount put putup putup putup
up by the bank bk was covered cv r by a note notegiven noteKvon notegivon
given Kvon by byrDoltle Mr MrDoohitihe Doolittle This note remains remainsamong rrl remainsarsong 1
among arong the banks bkl assets atsMr assetsMr assetsMr
Mr Huttonis HuLtnl secretary rtary ofthe Borough BoroughBanks BoroughBnks BoroughRanks
Banks Bnks board brd of directors dillor and he took tookdown tk tkdowl tookdown
down dowl moat mOt of the confessions cnfeon and ad ad admissions adnllon admissions ¬
missions nllon made mdo by certain crin of the bank ban banksofficials s sofficials
o officials caI soon ln after lt I its suspension He Hewas le lewaclleM Hewas
was waclleM called No as a witness witnes to suepnon identify Idetiy these theseconfessions tht theseconfessions
confessions confessionsCashier cnrCslona cnrCslonaCasher confessionsCashier
Cashier Casher Adams Adms of the Oriental Orrntl Bank Bankwas Bnk Bnkwll Bankwas
was wll undoubtedly undOsbtly called clle in connection cnnection with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the 750000 150 loan lon which officers officr of the theBorough theBorugh theBorough
Borough Borugh Bank Bak got from frm the te Oriental Orientl in intho Inthe Inthe
the latter lttr part pr of September Sptember The Bor Borough Br Brough Borought ¬
ough directors dlrctor declare delr now that tht they theynever theynever theynever
never heard hfr of this loan lon until unt the Oriental Orientalpeople Orientl Orientlpplo Orientalpeople
people pplo demanded demnded more mor collateralon colltorlon it iton Iton iton
on the day dy before bfore the Boroueh Brg BoroughBank Bank I sus suspeaded uepended
peaded pDde The note ot covering Oernr the te lean n wag w wa6nt wassigned wagsigned
signed a6nt Borough Brugh Bank Bnk per pr H Maxwell MaxwellA1 MreU MreUI Maxwellcontessloas
A1 r A QrtHBg tg to t conTewiOM on110 mate mateBoroUgH madeL
t L il1drbugh I BoroUgH Dr l Bank Bnk directors dlrcr the te morioy morioyobtained mone modeyobtaIned mc
obtained obt ne in this thI way a7 also al went ent toward towardcompleting tOWr towardcompleting
completing the t International Inmtol Trust Trt Com Companys Compny Coinpanym ¬
surplus surplunIt panys pny 11000XX 1100 of capital cpitl and subscribed subscribedsurplun lubeo subscribedsurplus d dBurpluR
It In I expected upcrd that lht todays todys session lion will willwind wl willwind
wind up the Grand Ornd Jury Inquiry into the thebonk th thbnk thabank
bonk bnk Then the Jenkins Trust Trst Company Companyand Compny
and 011 the Wllliamsburg Vlamfburg Trust Company Companywill
will wi be b looked loked into intoIt IntoI ompny ompnywi
It I wan WI learned warne yesterday that the books booksof bok bokor
of the BruKh Borough Bank show an apparent apparentoverdraft apparentoverdraft
overdraft overraft by William Wllilm H Hurley 1urley one of the thedirector thodlrlor thindirectors
director and a member of the old
dlrlor aml mebr ol Rapid RapidTransit Rpid RapidTranMtConunissicin
Transit TranMtConunissicin Commission It WOK said
TrsnlltComrnl8lol WI lid yesterday yesterdaythat YPltery YPlterythat
that liobodv was more Mirnriitnrl thin
Mr Hurley lurlt to find fnd that tht the books bk show showIhis bowed bowedthis howodthis
this rand later Iter Cashier C hlfr Campbell Campbl no 1 Mr MrHurleys llr llrlurley Mrhoneys
honeys lurley friends frltndl declared dflrd admitted admltt1 that it itwan ItRI itwas
wan RI a mistake mletke Mr HurleyH friends say saythat layIhat saythat
that he needed n eo at one timwalxmt tmeahout 14000 tOmore tOmorethlm 4000 more morethan morethan
than he b had on deposit dllit in the bank no isojin isojinhanded lie JIBhnndl liehanded
handed hnndl over to to Cashier Clhler Campbell Campbl fortytwo fortytwobondn rortytwohOII fortytwobOnuS
bOnuS hOII of the tll LurelonCompany Laurelt on Company which had hadcost hat hadcost
cost COt him hm IZIO 21000 and asked Ike for fo a loan loa suffi sufficient suffici sufficleat ¬
cleat ci nt to to mnkoup rnkt make up the amount mOllt that tht he needed neededMr ntet neededMr
Mr Ir Campbell Campbel had h the bonds in il the banks banksvault bks bksvault banksvault
vault and Mr r Hurley lurley supposed the money moneywan moneyWI moneywas
wan WI charged to him as a 1 loan Whoa Mr MrHurley Mrhliirley Ir IrIlrleybardoftheay
Hurley Ilrleybardoftheay heard of the w way ay the transaction tnsaction Was Wasentered w wentr was wasentered
entered entr he went after aftei CampbeJI Campbl and the thelatter tholattorlt thelatter
latter lattorlt it wa Raid Rid admitted alblttt that the money moneywax moneyWaK moneywas
wax obtained at a a loan and not an a over overdraft over overdraft ¬
draft draf Mr Ir IIurieyhoH Durley b has been bn one of orte oftho the lead leaders led ledpr leadera ¬
ers pr In n the investigation 1mNtgaton that has h8 been bn made madeHinre madeHlne madesince
since time tl bank sunprnded sunprndedCashier elRpendeClhltr smispandedCashier
Cashier Clhltr Campbell Campbel has ha retained rtained Stephen StephenC
C Baldwin of 190 11 Montague Montgue street Itrot Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
llyn I lyn a a1 counsel cunsel Mr Baldwin declared dlard dlardI declaredthat
I that t his hisollent client had been bn made mnades a scapegoat scapegoatin aapot I
in tho Borough Brougb Bank Bnk affair aralr and had lad en engaged
I llaged gaged in absolutely no speculation Ipeulation The Theaccount Theacotmnt i
account ount in his hl name with the Manhattan Manhattanhouse 1lanatan Manhattanhouse I Ihoul
house houl of Marshall llhal Spader A Co C was opened openedit opne
it wan said ld by another anotbtr official offila of o the bank bankwho bankhn bankwho
who hn iwii Campbells Cllmpblf name The he same samething Ime ImehlnK sametiming
thing was Wi true tre of an a account aCouDt which stood stoodin sto stoodin
I in Campbells name with ith another
Cnmphel nlme brokerage brokeragehouse brklr brklrhous brokeragehouse
house houseMy hous houseMy
My Iy client clent sold Rd 31r Baldwin simply simplyobeyed simpyo simplyobeyotl
obeyed o y6 the orders vrer of the men on whom he hewas hewu hewas
was dependent depend n for his hi hi position pldon He 10 did didnot didnot didnot
not suppose IUppM that tht he had ha any right rht to question questiontho qUMtio
tho orlel orders of those thO who were wen his bl superiors superiorsin supror
in the bonk blnk If I any of his acts c were wer tech technically tch tchnicaly technically ¬
nically nicaly illegal Iega he did not get ge onfoent out outof outof outof
of what he did When the th directors arrtol 0nfont began beganto beal
to Inquire Into II to the affairs aalra of o the bonk b Mr MrCampbell Ar ArCampbl MyCampbell
Campbell Campbl frankly told tld all a he knew Besides Besidesthat Bidea Bideathat Besidesthat
that he h put up every ever cent cnt ho had ba in the theworld tbeworld theworld
world to secure aeer the bank This included includedhis In lude
his house bOII his hllbrU library and ad his hlautomobie hlautomobieJtUR automobile automobileWITER automobileFtT1R
WITER JtUR ILL 11 RIGHT l IV SAUSUIK SAUSUIKManufacturer SAIU SAIUIanufaltur sAttt sAtttManufactures
Manufacturer Ianufaltur Sa la1 Sai > Moisture and Id Cereals CercaliAre Cfel Cfelre Cerealstre
Are re Not ot Adulterant AdulterantLINSINO duterntl duterntlLI daitersnhiLINIINO
LINSINO LI INO Mich 11h Nor So 30 0The The Armour ArmourBeef onnour onnourBer nnour nnourBeef
Beef Ber Company Cmplny of Chicago today toJ got et an aninjunction aDInjuncton aninjunction
injunction Injuncton restraining the Michigan Uchgn Pure PureFood PureFood PityFood
Food Department Departent from frm interfering Interering with withtho wlh wlhto withtio
tho to company cmrnyt H aKent agent or others for forslDg selling
Armour Arour sausage sausageTho eul sausageThe
Tho company mpany alleges alese that through throughthreats thoulh throughthreats
months monthsThe nlonthf monthsThe threats treat it ha b has suffered sut suffered3100000 rr 1100000 tO 0 loss 10 tn I ten tenmonths tn tnnlonthf tenmonths
The Th company cmpary recently got an injunction injunctionin Injuncton InjunctonIn
in Berrien Bren county restnlniig the food fooddepartment fo
department dtaont from frm publishing publhlug statement statementthat atatmontttht statementsthat
that tht the Armour Arou sausage IWgH were wer adulterated adulteratedbut adultted adulttedbut
but the th injunction ILjlncLon wan Wa dssolvcd dssolvcdTho dllv4d dllv4dTl dsso1vdThe
The Tl company cpay says ya the United Untd States StatesPure 8tt StitePwe
Pure Pu Food Fo Bureau Buru tecoguize t il water watr aad aadcereals ad adnals j jcereal
cereals nals M d proper propr ingredient InUdleDt of o sausage sausageKALIU SaUijeLKALU
bear D1 City Hull IU Irlln Brooklyn llridf Ild L I UUon IUona > ud ad
rerrlm rere hM IUI tk onr Ina Snesi i and n Urfitit lr Moorlto Aorl rcoma
Venetian Vmet garden lm RtnUurint Rurn Ritbditllcr RUleler Oifo C
downtown dn MtUnr Wnr 1O8O Io toeopsron prnont pnn Music Uu noon and
nraiai vntB nI Of Of JW 1A lanA A M I until um mldnlrht ml midalgtM midalgtMV < lrll <
ItoP hope top Work at Baldwins Id1 sldwWea en W 12 s Locotno Locotnolive Leom LeomU toenmoMaking
live U Making ks 0000 oee Men Idle IdlePHILADKLFHIA IdlePauanxLpnxi dle dlePBILDKLPBU
PHILADKLFHIA PBILDKLPBU Nov 20 20tb 20The Yh Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pnll Pnllan PsensylvanEs ¬
vanEs an Railroad Rird baa bucnct canoetted an n order oner for for43S
43S 4 42 locomotives locmotlv at t the th Baldwin Locomotive LocomotiveWorjwl Lmotive LmotiveWor LocomotiveWorjcs
Worjwl Wor K KAa 4Au
Aa A a result rult it is i said the force r ro at Bald Baldwins Bld Bldwil Baldwimts ¬
wins wil wil wil be b reduced duod more mor than onethird onethirdorscoomen onethirdorNCOO
orscoomen orscoomenThe or orNCOO 8CO men menThe menThe
The Pennsylvania will wi reduce rduce all ex expenses e expennes ¬
penses pl to the minimum minimu Orders Oner to prepare preparestatements prpar preparestatements
statements tt ment of ofthe the cost COI of runnlngthe rnnlnthevarloul various varioushops variousshop
ahop hops and offices offiO have ha been bn Issued lue to totha tothadeprment the thodepartment thedepartment
department deprment heads headf to be readyby Deoenv Deoenvber Doi Deosmher
her hr IS ISH 1 1W 15H
Of Uie te Sew Theatre Thftrl In I Plat piN of the Late LateITmrle Itrl1rlrl LateCharirs
ITmrle l1rlrl T Barne BarneIt Baml
It was announced announc last Jt night that at a ameeting I ameeting
meeting mtingorhldllct of the directors lor of the theNewrbetr New Theatre Theatreat
at the home of W K Vanderbllt Vanderbltllr Mr Van Vanderbilt Vandrblt Vanderbilt
derbilt drblt had ha been bn elected electf president prldent to CUe succeed BUe CUeceed ¬
ceed thelate the Charles T
oed lt Chalel Barney BarneyThn BareyTh BarneyThn
Thn Th only onl other business bulne transacted tranlcl was wasthe WI weethe
the tb receiving Jl lng of architect archltt bids Id for tho I Xew XewTheatre XewThetr NewTheatre
Theatre Thetr The date dte dat on which whoh the thebldll bids will willbe wi willbe
be acted was not announced
b lcf upon Wil annolnod I
Inrle Joe oe lUcapp Ilpt Injur > After Alrr llelnc llelncIn rln rlnIn
In Grave < rae Danger DangerI BaCff BaCffDluu lanieDivuis
Dluu I m Nov 20 20Speaker Speaker Speaer Joseph JosephG J0p J0pn
G Cannon wan WI in a railroad ralro wreck at t Bis Bismarck Bll Bllmarck Bismarek ¬
marck III I a thort abort distance diltanc from frm Danville Danvilletoday Danvl Danvilletoday
today Ho Io escaped Injury although jielife his hislifo hil
lifo lfo for a time was in grave cve danger dangerA
A Chicago Chc and Eastern Eur Illinois Ilnoill train trainrun trin trinrm traimirin
run into Int on op Oln open n switch derailing derUng two tworam twoa twoears
ram a in one of which whch Speaker r Cannon Canlon was waariding wardilg wasrdlnig
riding ridingThe rdlnigThe
The Speakers car cr turned squarely across icrowtho acrossthotrack cro crotbolrack
tho tbolrack track but did not nD overturn overturnSAlINGS overLur overLurUIGS overturnt
A Mmemrnt lnUmrnt to t Follow 10101 the Example or ofTrust orTnt orTrust
Trust Tnt Companies Cempanle In That Tat Respect RespectA BfPt BfPtA
A meeting metng attended attnde by about twelve twelvesavings twele twelelvlnls twelvesavings
savings lvlnls bank presidents pridPt mostly moty of this thisborough thlllbruKb thisborough
borough bruKb was held at the Aldine Club ClubHI ClubIll
Ill Fifth Firh avenue yesterday yetray afternoon afternoonSecretary altemon altemon8rtry afternoonSecretary
Secretary 8rtry filler Mier Miller of Utica Utic of the State Stt Say Savings Sv SvInl Saylags ¬
lags Inl Bank Bnl Association Alocation presided presidedThe prsido
The object of the meeting motng was to pro promote prD promoe ¬
moe cooperation copmton among the banks bnklin in case casethe ca casethe
the pressure prlur of withdrawals withdrwals should at any anytime anytmo anytime
time tmo bear bar severely on any aY one of them themJAPANS themJUAS themJ4l4VS
14000 4OOO 0 Ten Te Crulsrr Crulieribuki Ibukl Imld to Be BeToda 1IRthtl 1IRthtlToRult launched launchedTodayHulls
Toda ToRult TodayHulls > Hntlt In a Harry Harryflptclal lur lurpull hurryperai
flptclal pull Cable el DIIalr Diipattlt to TVS SUN SUNTonio UN UNTo utcToamo
Tonio To to Nov M 2The 20The The armored armord cruissr cruissrIbuki cuia1 cruiagrIbuki
Ibuki will wi be b launched luncbed from thexiavy th V yard yardat yart
at Kura Rur tomorrow tomorw She Is a ship of 14920 14920ton U1 142Otons
ton Is expected exped tq have a speed pe of 22 22knots 2 22knots
knots and will wi carry er four guns of 12 inch inchcalibre Inh Inhcbre inchcalibre
calibre cbre and nd eight of 10 inch inchAU IncbAU inchAU
AU the material mterl used In the ship ahp Is II of ofJapanese orJIpne ofJapanese
Japanese JIpne make She 81 is the sister MiLer ship fhp of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Kurama Kurhlch which was launched I che at Voko Vokosuka Yokoauka oko okosuka
suka on October Ocober OctoberTb 21 21Tb I In <
Tb keel keelof of the Ibukl uk waa 4a laid lad on April Apl Apland 22 22and 2 2and
and it was the avowej vowe intention innt no of the theJapanese theJ theJap
Japanese J Jap M te Navy NaY Department Jet t to hKV0her hKV0herlaunched hlJr hlJrluncht haeabrLaunched
launched luncht within wlthlnalx six months month and ready ad for forsea forabyneztApril i
sea Iy abyneztApril abyneztAprilcurs J > y next April AprilCVTS pr I ICrjrfll
curs Crjrfll nvTr IUT ox O N BRITISH ART ARTNew tlr tlrStW 4111New
New StW Agreement Asrflft Nlcned Hised gfltfl by b Mr Ir Held Beltl Reidti U N MHample NHampM NSamples
HampM Samples Free Fr In I FJitlWi t Ih Port PortSpecial PortecQI PerlepecIa1
Special ecQI Val Dttpatclt llaplt to tl TaB SUN SUNLONDON SU trxLoNDoN
LONDON LNDN Nov 30 0Acommercial A Acommerial commercial treaty treatyunder tratyunder treatyunder
under the terms terll t rma of wjnioh loh British object objeh of ofart ofar ofart
art ar will wi be b admitted amitte to t the United Unite States Sttos at ata ata ata
a reduction ructon of 25 2 per pr cent On on the th present presentduty prnt presentduty
duty was wnlllle signed yesterday yray by b Ambassador AmbassadorReid Ambudor
Reid and Sir Edward Grey the Foreign
Secretary SecretaryIn Sctar
In n return American Amricn travelling travelng salesmen salesmenwill slesmn slesmnwl
will wl have hv their samples admitted dmlte free fr at atBritish atBritlb atBritish
British Britlb port portIn prt prtIn portsIn
In future futnr the duty dut on British works WOrf of ofart ofart ofart
art entering entrl American Americn port will wi be 15 I per percent pr proDt perient
cent oDt ad valorem valoremJAPAN valorm valomemJtIAV
Offer 01r to Bald Build Nome for Spain Cheaper CheaperThtn CheaperThan heaprn
Than n Any nr Other Othfr Country ont Can VanSpecial CanSpeCJ CanSptr
Special Sptr SpeCJ it CatAt Ca Dapaltl Dtipatch la II Tan TB Sex SDKLONDON 51 SexLoNDON
LONDON IOJON Nov ov 21 21111 21What What is I apparently apprntly the thefirst thefrt timefirst
first frt Japanese Jape competitive compttive bid for thebuild thebuilding tebuid tebuidIng the build buildlug ¬
ing of foreign warships warp is reported reprt d by the theMadrid tbeMarid theMadrid
Madrid Marid correspondent corpondent of the tb Morning Foal PottIn porIn Foalin
In connection connooton with Spains Splnl proponed prop new newfleet newfleet
fleet fleetIt fet fleetit
fetI It I is ISltted stated that an offer ofer han bl been bn received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from frm Japan Japn to construct contruc the vessels ri at a alower aloer alower
lower cost Ct than any tender submitted submitt from fromother frm frmother fromother
other countries countriesTHIRTY countre countreTIIRTI countriesThIRTY
More Fatal It Aeeldrnt Aeldml Than Tu In I Any n Previous PretlouSeason PreviousSeason
Season Selon In Northern ortem flood floodMILWAUKFB WoodsMILWAUKES ool
MILWAUKFB MIL AUIoB Nov 20 2Thlrty 20Thirty Thirty hunters hunterswho huntrf hunterswho
who have hle gone ene into int the northern norther woods woodssince woo woodasince
since elc November ovembr 11 to hunt deer der have havI been beenbrought bn bnbrougt beenbrought
brought brougt back bck In n their tlelr coffins coffinsIn cffinll cffinllIn
In nearly every every case CUI the accident aoident oc occurred oC ccourred ¬
curred cuI because bcu the gun wasnt loaded loded or orbecause orbcu orbecause
because bcu the hunter huntr ws wa taken tken for a deer deerby der derby deerby
by another hunter hunterThe hutor hutorThe hunterThe
The largest lrgetnumbr number of killings kllngl recorded recordedheretofore rordld rordldhertorore recordedheretofore
heretofore hertorore fora fol a season lun was wa twentyfive twentyfiveMM tWlntyfe tWlntyfeINllfiRIES twentyfIve1NIUSTRES
More ore KniBlomrnt JlplomfRt for or Iren and II steel HteelWorker Iteel IteelQkn steelWQniets
Worker Qkn at t Plttibursj PlttibursjPITTSBUBO Pthbur PthburPITBUaa IlttsburgPrrreauno
PITTSBUBO PITBUaa Nov 201 20Evidence Evidence Jvldenc of re renewed ro roneed reneived ¬
newed need Industrial Indutral activity acivity was Wi manifest manifestthis Immit mxdfotthIs t ttMa
this morning mornlwben moMinwhari when the Zug Iron and Steel SteelCompany 8tel SteelCompany
Company Cmpny resumed rumd op operations rtons ratfonn after a amonths amonth amonths
months shutdown due to the financial financialstringency tnaDclal financIalstringency
stringency The Th company ompny employs 1000 1000men 10 1000men
The Oliver Olver Iron lrD and Steel Stl Company is isemploying II isemploying
employing more nlor men daily daly and soon will willput willput 1
put on three ti shifts hlfh of workmen workmenThe workmenTe workmenThe
The Te Plttburg Plttsburg Steel Stl Company is II also alsopreparing alsoprrg alsopreparing
preparing prrg to resume rume in full fullNECK ful fulXECKBRO fullNECK
Vlellm letR Sprak SPr and a Beaton pa a ai Well el a e > Kvrr Kvrrbut Rfr Rfrbu Eerbut
but bu I II Numb Below the Neck NeckPJULADRLPHIA fk fkPmUDRLPHIA eck eckPJULIDnLFHA
PJULADRLPHIA Nov YOV 30 3Whle 20While While playing playingfootball plyin plyinrotal playingfootball
football rotal with wit two chums W at his hi home bom in inWalllngford inWaingord inWalllngford
Walllngford Waingord on Sunday Sundyrerc Frederick E Platt Platta Pltt Pltta
a student at the of
a tdent te University Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennylvnia Penneylvania ¬
vania vnia fell fel and an fractured rrcr his hi spinal pina column columnnear clumn clumnner columnnear
near ner the he neck neckPlatt nek nekPiat neckPlatt
Platt Piat retains retins his hi mental mentl powers pwen hilt biitExperiences b hiltpzperiences t txpreo
Experiences xpreo no sensation antlon below his hl neck neckHe nek nekHe neckHe
He can cn speak lpk and reason rn as well wel as ever everPhysicians eer eerPblcl everPhysicians
Physicians life Pblcl lif have little ltte hope of saving SaID his hislife h hislife
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and Sd from frm ttto Cf Yale YleHuvud tUrvird tu tuAfUT Ilme IlmeArm imrtd imrtdAtlas
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Applauds Attack Atack on onthe onth t tthe
the th President
frowil t ruwiI at First Irel Merlin Meeting ltfUn of Ole title Farnni Farnnioelferou Foml Fomloelftrotl Femni4eIferousi
oelferou oelftrotl l Approves AprouNUe AprouNUeHfu Assertion That ThatMeten ThatNemen
Meten Hfu learn ral eaN of Cr Rooietrlt a as usher Holrrla RII
la I KnouRli EnoughGor noulhCO > o hughes 11518 Ilrlher liflhpf ail ailAililreiM al anAddress JI JIAttre I
Address Attre In Ithlrli H 1t lie Helmet U nne the TrePubllo T True TruePublic
Public Pble oairrr OBlrr ii one Who 10 tlerk ork far forIh farthe feethe
the Ih People Onl Only > anti ali Net ot to Mat MUe Matlefy MatlefyPerionsl Iffy IffyPeraonil
Peraonil Ambltloni mblon but Bett Retires x Be Before Bex ¬
fore rort f ri Justice Iustle Hrrwer ComrtHII ComrtHIInUh Compare Hint Httunilh Hint511th
nilh the th President Prfldrnt to the Prertdrnf PrertdrnfDUuhantsce rf tI tImudnntalpSotahle t4 t4l1sad
DUuhantsce mudnntalpSotahle l1sad anti Ic Volatile Men 1f1 Prrifnl PrrifnlJiiHtice PrrspetJiistice rrlII
JiiHtice Jlltlc David J Brewer of the United UnitedStates Unlt1 UnteIStates I
I States SItf Supreme Court Cour surprised furprlse a large largeaudience la largeaudience 1 1audilnc
audience audilnc last Ilt night in Carnegie Carnrgo Hall Hal by b7levere bysevere li lisevere
severe levere criticism crhlcam and arraignment arlglment of PresU PresUdent President I Ident
dent Roosevelt ROevtI It I wan WI thq first flt public publicmeeting Pltbliometnl rubhieniceting
meeting metnl of the Civic Forum Form an outcome out a of ofthe ofthe f fthe <
the peace pc conference of ofl88t last year yewhloh yewhlohwas whloh whlohwas whiohiwas
was formed fored to provide rrovlle a lycoum m for fo Ut the thediscussion M Mdiscusnion
discussion of national natonal and International Internationaltopic Interaton1 Interaton1topln Internationaltopics
topic Gov Hughes JlghN made an address addresmost ad adI addressmost
most mnt of which he devoted devote to amplifying amPIfltl th thidea tho the theidea
I idea that tht the public puhJcomcr officer mutt mUltwok work for forthe forthe forthe
the people pople only and ad not to satisfy Itdy bin hi bwri bwriambitions 1 j jambitions
Ii IiJUlllc
ambitions ambitionsJustice amblton ambitionsJustice
Justice JUlllc Brewer Br r not only reflected rfef upon uponthe ipR importthe l
the President Prldent 1 1openly openly but blt by b3 Innuendo InnuendoHe lnedoi innuendoHe
He openly contrasted cntrast Roosevelt Rovelt and andHughea andHughes d dHughe
Hughes Hughe He 11 e charged c rlthl the President Pre ldent with withplaying wJthpbyinl withilaying
playing pbyinl hide and ani seek k with Iththe the American Americanpeople Am Arninleanpeople rn J Jppl
people ppl The Governor Goveor escaped embar embarrassment ebr ebrralment etnbrraisment ¬
rassment ralment by leaving early e rly He was wa 1q nob nobthere n nthere
there when Justice JUltc Brewer BrefrIRtlae intimated intimatedbroadly intimatedbroadly
broadly bol that hathe he wan WO a safer la r and ad whet ws wie man l lLh Ithan t tthan
than Lh the th President It was asMd said that th hnhad hn hishad 1 1hno
had hno no knowledge nowlege of orh what Justice J tlce Brewiec BrewiecIntended Bnh e wc wchptended i ihltende
Intended hltende to nay nayJrmloa 11 stayI1MioeBreer
Jrmloa oDfdoBrealdJ I1MioeBreer Brewer said that Cariylsjaelwupon Cyl Cylupn Cariylsjaelw CaniyhsJQgtksIgupon
upon upn Democracy Demol as an a imevil eviland ei end nd bad ha antici anticipated at antiolpated ¬
pated patedfrensio frenzied finance lnance frenzied frnzed politic politicfrcnaied ohltics ohlticsfnensied ltca ltcafrled
frcnaied frled law and frenzied rrnle justice jutcetf If J h he hewere < t twere
were wer alive alve today tecly he would wOlld probably proball say sayI layIt
I It fold toldyou ldyoulo ldyouloJUtc you so soJustice soJustice
Justice JUtc Bra BrwBr Brewor war spoke spk8 of mob rule re de denounced d dnounCd denounOed ¬ >
nounced nounCd lynching IYQhing and declared relad that tbt th thcountry thcountr thcountry
country countr just now was full rul of constitutional constitutionallawyers cnetlttlonal constitutionallawyers
lawyers He spoke of the sacred sacredness new of
the Constitution Consttuton and pasted pl to the subject subjectof ebJe
of rulers Mlere Ho pdded pddedNo mddedNo dded i iNo
No ono doubts that it in li a base bubtyal bubtyalof betrayal betrayalof
of trust for an officer elected upon one oneplatform Ollt Olltplatfor oneplatform
platform platfor to turn tlrn around aound after ater securing securingoffice 1II 1IIofc securingoffice
office ofc and support the opposite side He Hethen Hethensald i
then thensald thensaldThe said sd t tThe i iThe
The President President is the Chief Cler1IaZIt Magistrate Magistrateof
of this thll nation naton We sometimes Imetime speak of ofpublic ofpublo ofpublic
public publo official orcll as being servants aat and ad sp when whenwe whi
we have In mind the vast vl number nuber of matn1J matn1Jterial inhlj inhljterial inJ inJteril
terial teril officials oflalf doing purely clerical clericl work workcalling workcalling Ok Okclng
calling clng them public servants erantl is not Improper Improperbut ImPp
but putting puting these thee ministerial minsteril officials officil to to088 to088Ilde on onaide oss ossside 1
aide and cDldnlnl considering only on I those tOe who whotbe are aretho arethe
the different dlernt legislative legielatve and executive exeutv offi officials 01 oflIdali ¬
cials cla there thee is II ever evr present the idea Ide of ruling rulingand rUl i iandruler
and ad andruler ruler rulerI rle I
1 do not mean me to any that tbt there the is t not notalso Dotao notalso
also ao the thought thougbt of service Nrlc nor n that tha per person person r rln
son ln occupying any executive oxeotvo or IeK legisla legislative ¬ t ttIve
tive tve office omo is absolutely abutlytr free from limitations limitationsand Umftc limitationand
and ad can c do just jut aa he plduies pe the th llmlta lmit of ofhis orhi ofhis
his hi actions atons are a prescribed prlb and ad his h ezeroisn ezeroisnof eX exern exernof
of discretion d rtlon must mut be b within witin those th limits limitsand 1m limitsand
and in the exercise eerl of r that th discretion dlscretO tin tinought h hought heought
ought ever to have hve the tle public pubJo welfare welar in inmind i inmind
mind and thus thu in a qualified qulfd sense Nnlh be is isa l Isa
a servant Irvant of the public but acting atng within withinthese wihn wihnthe withinthese
these the limits ImL bin hi judgment judKnent of what wht is I I the thepublic a thepublic o oPllblo
public Pllblo welfare i is and should fhould be the judg judgment jdK judgment ¬ I Iment
ment of a ruler rulerBut mlerBut rulerBut
But notwithstanding notwltheLndig this ts lmltLon limitation If Iflimitation I Iflimitation 3 3limitaton
limitation limitaton it may be b called cled our executive executiveand eJethe eJethead
and ad legislative Itgsltve officials olcilll are rulers ruler while whilecertain wh whilecertain f r rcerin
certain cerin limitations Imltllons are ar placed plae upon uponLbe them themto theqito
to prevent plvent any uy injurious Injur ul results rllult from frm th thexercise tf ths thsexercise
exercise exerc and unwise ulwle exercise execf8 of ruling rulingpower MliK MliKpowe rulingpower
Certain constitutional limitations limitationsore
power powe Cerain cnstiutional lrtaton i
ore ae imposed impO The Te ntrr ruler is subject subjf to t re removal yemnoval ¬
moval by impeachment mpeahfnt or otherwise otherwiseBut Otflri
But these thN are only provisions which whch th thpeople t the thepeople P Ppeple < J
people peple In n framing fr nl g the Constitution Consttuton deemed deemednecesaary d ed ednecMY g gnecessary
necessary necMY to limit the extent of his authority authorityas autor f fanaruler
as 8 anaruler anarulerTake a ruler rulerTake Mer MerTake
Take the office of Preaident Prlld Prciid nt the hlcheN highest highestexecutive highestexecutive
executive office 0110 In the t e nation naton JIII His term termis rm rmi rnI
i is four years en subject to reflection rlecton The Theidea Ti Thaidea J JIdea
idea that fixed fnd a short llhrt term h r is that tht of pre preventing pmVntng preventing ¬
Vntng venting permanent peraent injurious result from fromthe fm i i ithe
the arbitrary and Ind unauthorized unauthozed action acton of ofsome ofsome i
some Ime ambitious anbltol8 and unprincipled Presi President Pr President l ¬
dent if ever ver there should Ihould be b one such in inoffice 10omce inoffice I
office officeIt
It may not 10t be b generally generaly known that t1t the theconvention thl i iconvention
convention conventon that framed frmed the Constitution Conatltuliol at atflrst atfirst t tOft
first Oft prescribed plorib a Presidential term rfrm of ofeeven ofeevenyears seven sevenyears feven fevenye
years ye with ih a prohibition prhibition upon upn reelection reelectionand rletin
and only aa a the convention cnventon was WI nearing it itend I its itsendand
end endand and so far as al the thercrd therecord record shows IbWllwltb IbWllwltbout ahowswith ahowswithout with without ¬
out any discussion dlslon or suggestion sugglltion of reason reasontherefor reall reaenttiterefor
therefor tberfor thin th was W8 changed ehnled Into a four fouryears fou fouryear i iyel
years yel term tr and without the ineligibility InelcbUt ineligibilityIn I III
In II the judgment llt of men among aong whom whomI whor whomZamone
I Zamone am one there thlr therewaaamistakeinthatchmange therewaaamistakeinthatchmangeIn was a mistake m te in I that tht change changeIn clang
In the th light llht of history hitory I think it would have havebeen hv hvbn havebeen
been bn better bttr to have hve left the Presidential Presidentialterm Preldentl Predentieiterm
term tr of saven ven years yera with an accompanying ao accompanyingIneligibility la
ineligibility Inelgibity fAplu Applause If I that were wer tho thoprovision j jprovision
provision we w should Ihould not now have hY tha thaspectacle ih ihapetl j jspectacle
spectacle apetl of our strenuous atrnuouA President PnldCnt payin playlnra playina > r ra
a game of hide and seek with the ArasrWu ArasrWupeople At Atppl i ipeople
people ppl Laughter I ILaughterlEr40vrn1 LaughterKNOUOM Lughtr LughtrINOUOH
When Whfn Justice Justic Brewer Brwr Intimated ntimate tbai tbaiseven I hImaseven
seven Men yearn yeai of Roosevelt nvelt Roo evelt was enough enoughthe tl0lb tl0lbthfl m J
the audience audienc fairly gasped ppd The Justice Jiutlopaused Jutlo Justicepaused
paused paul a moment and a d jhen hen the thet t e appusi appusifv pr prt
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