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raeoxd rec and wogM see I bun the next it day dayI
I Sit UP until S oclock thaI nlcht readlni readlnitte radlutt resdtzxtt
tte tt aniwer and exhibit X bl hit so o that at mi minnt mrt myPzt
nnt t cooirrenr I wst w sdvlscd of the lb con content conlit conLIDU
tent lit of lb entire record and nd had made msdUp madeUp mad1W <
Up mr mind that there her wss w nothini In lh lhrbarte the Ihef thecbarg <
rbarte rbar upon which Mr Ir lUlllntrrr Uallln r or tb tbflUn lbntbr hi hiother
f other acruM aCCuOCi > d nuikl bn found tullty o oUher 01 01Ubw ofLthr
Uher tuconitxtencx InrfHclenry di diloraltr d14 d14I dt4Iott
I loraltr Iott to the h interest of the lovernBwn lovernBwnor
11 or dlhonfSl dhnneaLthe < tl > hon ir irIg Y
I Ig the i1Uiuwi dio i1uulona uulOB a of the second Rd svenlni svenlniilr nlne eaIngN nlnej
j ilr N iawkr awIr who ho was w wi pret prnt nt at t ray tut tutestkm IUCr ug ugxestlon
r estkm dl dIcu rtiMvd ls wd the II nvtd lntf < < > DC < > at MBX MBXoxtb AlJRU1arlb me meIojth
1arlb oxtb I Mid > tn t Mr Ir lj Iawlr > r that I Ipry wai wairr
I pry rr nxmi nlj > It write wrl a full utrment o otbe or orIhe oflb
tbe lb csw cs M and n ncl < l wt t out the rraion for m mdeebion mdltNoo my mydeM4on
deebion but thtt lb 11oo time for mr m d dpar dPA1Ule de depaxiute
par PA1Ule Ute us o a lone Wfwtrrn trip oeeuprlni oeeuprlnitwo oeupylnctvomontb prln prlntwomonb
two twomonb month w wit Ju Jut t ono 0 week w 1t from that thadin tbtdr thatmItTS
din that I lit Iiil I M OOI omne > ia all 11 or srrrn srrrntp rn n t tp
tp p ch 10 < n drllvrr at t the tirclnnlnc o othat 01 01IIIt ofthat
that Jpjnrr jrwvaid and that h I touM not 00 cite 1 Ihi Ihitlra Ih11m lbtime
time to 0 th thn h prrpjratKiu lr l of such a ilrtalln ilrtallntatemnt 1111tatemnt drtalledetsI
etsI tatemnt nnt and on l opinion as I would like t tnoder to tonadn toNod <
Nod In tin nullrr r I therefore rvqimtit rvqimtitMr rqllWlfr
Mr Law Lawlr IT in If n prepare au opinion s at It b bware bwete be bevEeIrtdrnt <
ware vEeIrtdrnt vEeIrtdrntDurIng Prealdrnt PrealdrntDurinj Prtld DI DIDurio
DurIng the b Mb 9th and nd lob I save suet suetcottiderstloa sucheotsdrstlon uehc06lo1dralloll
cottiderstloa In the Lb Uavt record a was waicoaiiiteot w wccuIItftlt wascCUattot
coaiiiteot with previout rn faacemfnll faacemfnllbat ntalmentbut a trafnli trafnlibat
bat paid no attention to lh the speech sHtecheaOa speecho Iarh
Oa o tbe lb Mb I telegraph th the Attorner AttornerCaoeral tttornyGsDtI lIornfrGeDttal
Caoeral In come tn Itomlr In order that thatI Ih Ihr
I mlaltt Ijt connult with him in respect to the thiease therate thecue
ease He arrived rrll there 8turdir llIrd afternoon afternoonSeptember afternoonsIembqr 11000leptembfr
September tl and aD pursuant to an appoint appointB ppolntIIIDt
B IIIDt ent made br telephone h be < i came In my myh m m1I0oa myuss
h 1I0oa c uss early on BumUr mornIng 8 ptembn 8plrnbfrU ptembnIX
U U then drllrrrrd In me m the Ih draft opinion oplnlorttrspared opinionftPrtd opinIontftpaTd
ttrspared by Mr Ir Utwlrr and nd said that hi hibad h hd hebd
bad hid an D opportunity on comlnc from fromKew rromW fromNow
Now W York ork to md the lb answers of Mr Ir IUI IUIUacer 11Uqtt ltIUgtrandotbr
Uacer Ugtrandotbr and other I then Ibensaid said to him that I Ibttf I Ihid
bid mad up mr m mind as to my conclu conclusion tOneluaad voncIusIo ¬
sion sIo and bad b drafted drall part of my opinion opinionbat orin opintonbus Ion Ionbat
bat that I wished him to eiamlne the full fullrecord lullrtoOrd fullroord
record and nd brine brln me m hi his oonf ooMluIIOM IUIIOIH before beforeI brorIltaled
V I stated mine II took the whole record rfCordIb recordnziU rccortth
nziU th the day da I eumlnel th the draft drafli draftot draftopInion
opInion i ef Mr Ir Uwler but It Its thirty Iblrt pa padid pages paltSdSc1not pagesdid
did dSc1not cot Stat tt tb the cue oa In lb the way In which whichT
T wished It stated < It contained reference referenceto reocdto
to tb tbe evidence which were tr useful but butIta butIta buttta
Ita criticism of Mr Ir Plnchot and nd Mr Ir OlavU OlavUT
T did not think It proper prop or wn wile to adopt adoptI doptt
I only used a few paragraph front It can cantataioi CliOtt4Ine cuntenIng
tataioi merely general ttatement ttatementTb statemnentaTh talemlIlIThe
Tb AttorneyGeneral returned In the thiJvjalnt IheYeuID thesvttng
Jvjalnt with notes not of the examination h hbad ba baba4 hebd <
bad pad and r reported to me the con conelation cood1ou conckIou
elation which be had retched which were wereIa er erto ere erethiiibstinttI <
to substantial accord with my own Withan We WeIben Wethen
than dferussed tb the matter at t some length lencttiPoltlcuUrlr leacthIllUkularlY lengthpagiheularly
PoltlcuUrlr some point of law which wen wenInvolved weretvolvid
Involved 1801 1 and look up the lb opinion which whichI
I bad Cubbed and mad a number of alters alteraUon altersand 1tIr 1tIruu
Uon uu and Dd a at the result of th the di diaiAIIloa diaiAIIloaI ciulot
I determined the final form which I em eraPloyed emtlr emDOyed
Ployed tlr 7ed and signed the Ih tame me on Monday MondaySeptember Monday8Dtember Iond Iond8t
September 8t 11 11Tb 11t 13Tb
t Tb Tbe concJiulon which I reached wen wenbated 11 11bte4 werebe
bated upon my readlnc of the record an anwer anti antioqftfortUed anTe1ISortied
wer oqftfortUed fortified by the lb oral analysis of Ihivtdeace the Ihejdiii thes1dece
vtdeace and the conclusion which th thAttontsvOoneral the thelttcnu theLttozzGnnernj <
AttontsvOoneral lttcnu OCtr1l cave me m using th the noire notnwhich noirewhich
I which btbadlnad h6 lild Md during his reading dln ol oltbo or ortbo ofho
tbo record I was aa very wr rorrr Porr not to ti b J able abltoambodyacd ableamboclr bl bltobodyiZd <
toambodyacd amboclr aJd aoalrze hyze them In my opinion opinionbut 0111100Ii
Ii V but Urn tf did nol permit I therefore thereforedirected Ibe thereforedirected tore
1 directed him to embody In a written state statemat statemint 11 11mnl
mat such oaalrils Ira and nd concliulon a as h hbid hfl hehad
j had hen me file It with 10 lh the record sod soddate acddate nd
1 date It prior rllr tn thn Ih datn dal nf my m opinion 110 lon c ca 0 0J oa
J a to bow that my decision wa fortified fortifiedby fort ifled ifledby
by bU summary ummsr of the evidence and od Iti Iticcnrjuilons It ItI ItronelJIo5
t ccnrjuilons Itn UllolII therefrom Mncerely yours yoursII sounftLLlul YourItILLItt
I ftLLlul II Tirr TirrStenographer TlrTI TrrStenogepher
I Stenographer Kwh did some me more moretaJklne moretalking I Itlldnc
talking todar Ho If bad thl tn say M In Inwferenco Inrel inference
wferenco rel to the statement Iwixl 1 at the thonlte Ih theVbt
lute nlte HOUM ve THtrda t rilay in rvganl to hi hirharjts hia hiarhuiea hirhargei
rharjts rharjtsI rhargeiba
I bare ba no nothing thine mom mo to add tn or orlAke orlAke ortake
lAke from rav original statement It Itwaa Itmy itwu
waa my expre ictonikm not to say III that
Lawler dictated the Pmidenf letter lettornf let I Inf
nf Septeraber 6ep ptmb m 13 Idid spociftAllr nay 11I 11Ilhat
that the draft wa trlUll preponxi for mwion mwionU
It was typowntien typw ttn triplo Hpwml It U UinJy 10IIIIIT I Iinjy
inJy just tn t myeeif my r to nay that tho th White WhiteHOUM WhitelIouae
HOUM 1101 statement latem < > nt dofiira th the thing thln which
T did not charge I < annot go over the thesubject tit titf thet
t subject f again in detail d taui oiropt before the theproper theprojff theproper
proper convn itt tteo tte or authontir authontirKetbr authorillKerby authoritiKetby
Ketbr said today that Attorn Attorney y
Urondet who 00 ha hu nrrntentnl nIOCi mule I ul H
Glavia Gin before th the fonerf on nngrereionaj ionaj Invmti InvmtiCatuig InvUI inveeticating
Catuig commit h hes known for several severalmoBths evcalmonth I Imoulhs
I month that AMMtant IAtanl AttnrwvOnrral Attomev6efleraLewler ttnrn nraI
Law I1Iler r prepared is memnrandtim in the thoform Ih IhI theI
I I form cf a Utter from Prwident Taft to to13eetzry
I Qetteuiy u Ballmprr aJlln r to I he M > tuml as the thebuia Iheuia thehuts
huts uia of Mr Ir Tft a letter ttl nf exnnoratlon exnnoratlonIt
It i ta apparent ap nt now th thAt t ftrand Rrat4e4ee raIfifM ws many manycails manycalls I
calla fcr all document do and papers pal in tho thoc th thf thiewere
f c aIe1Iere e were merely m lr part of a rl eIscrly JrrlyIld JrrlyIldsIanto irly laid laidplan laidrIa
plan sIanto rIa to mk < > st etrk wk < out of tho tb failure of ofUI ofthe
it UI Arfnnnjitration Jrlmu ltrallon to produce tbl l awler fitwiermuioanduni Awltrmemoranduln awlermemorandum
memorandum memorandumMr
Mr 1r Brandei bad the Ih Cnngreiwiorul
i Invettijaunil committee call upon At AttorneTOenerel AtmtTGfDltIIl AttorneyOcoerel
torneTOenerel Wirkernruira for forali all papers paporaod PI paperscd
aod cd documents in hi his prwuMninn jon or that thatbad thatbad
bad baen received ff by him in connoctinn connoctinnwith
I with 11 the case < and a similar l call hI w WK mast modoupon masup mastupon I
upon n Secretary tar Bllmger and th the IVpsrt IVpsrtzaent lopartmeDt Ihpartcent
cent of the Interior Inle or Th 111 r inlN faiM faiMto
to produce any ro result ult until y rrday1 yesterday yesterdaywhen st < > rday rdayrhen
when AttorneyOners S ickcrnharn say Kayntbe
Ute Lawler memorandum was w ducovered ducoveredaUBong dkoofrtdamong disveredVutocg
among par pars in tin I oofirtmt rwrtmi > nt of ofItiaUce ofJuUce i
ItiaUce Attorney Brandeis Brand ain 1100 n has had liadl hadIn hadh3fl3Ind
l In h3fl3Ind mind from theKtart Ihl tArt that ihwdiKiimont ihwdiKiimontwma this document documentws
wma not among tho Ib p tAP p > > r which Irr Vrei Vreident i ident I
dent Taft sent tn the II N lootAO > naU > in rnpoitM rnpoitMto rpo rpoto rreponetoe
to toe a request u t for tl the doonnenU and paper PAPTHthat pafto paftorbat papertMt
that had fifjired fi uffl ri tto hfore foro linn him in the tI Clavis Clavischarge H4ncbrle < la1echarge
charge Mr Ir HrandrtM Itranel intends to cm cmphasTx m mhaain mDhulze
phasTx haain before the lIl mvHHtigating com committee committee corndttee ¬
mittee this feature of DIM II CUM CUMKerby 0 0I cueIarby
I Kerby said Id that h he lad intended IIIId to toppear toptlNr toappear
appear a witness 14 wiln Iwfnrotborongros IwfnrotborongrosMoeal before for Ih the ConlCJN CongyreV
V Moeal Investigating committee hut th thnomtnittee thnommiU4f the theommittee
nomtnittee s dociMoos had pn 11 Prentd > cntml led him himfrom btmfrom himfrnm
from doing this thisThu tbuIbua thisThu
Thu it cam m to the point Mid he heof bef
f Of of f whether or not I should make a state stnterotnt 1I11ItI statemint
I mint about it For or a long time that thatquestion thatr thatquestion
r question baa lain heavily on tn me For a aw aweek
1 w week ek I have h h trdlr < slop thinking about aboutIt
It I fully tull appreciated the qtiiMtinn of ofethic if ifethics I IothlcalnUhd
I ethic othlcalnUhd involved in 11I1I1Y W inlking IDol kine pulilio facts factsnigardioe lactllnprdlD factsregarding
regarding the th offiotrwork onlotll ofc WOrk At tin Minn Minntime lIuntlm sam samtim
time I could not help feeling my S acne OM of ofduty 01dutY ofduty
duty regarding Important facts which whichmrioently whichI whichrvidentiy
mrioently I ntly could liecotno public only onlythrough onlyI onlythrcigh
I through a voluntary urt un on my part pirtWy 11rtI partNy
Ny final deci decision ion that it was my duty dutyro
I ro tell I know will ho micon misconstrued tnied and andrny andTfly nd ndy
rny y motive questioned but I feel 1 have havedone he hedone
done right rightKtrby rightI
1 Ktrby said id that Matof Iu the other olhertenogriipber olhlrRleaogJllphu otherstenographer
I stenographer who wh wn wns engaged n in taking takingdictation taklacdlctUoo takingdictation
dictation of the lh Lawler letter had come cometo cometo
I to see e < him about noon yesterday yettordajrAt Iobr
At 11 11Y1 1 JO the Ih Department of 0 the In Interior laterior Intr1or ¬
terior said Id Korby h hd d hewn Informed Informedby
by telegraph of the Ih prospect of publica publication fIlIICtion ¬
tion of my affidavit and nd the tit Department Departmentwi Drnmtnt Drnmtntrumhd
wi wee forn rumhd hed with llh n roumA or 0 my am amdavit efidavit ffl ffldavit
davit M 1 s ty had haII1I lemi tUrected IU ctd to tome se seme see seeme
me and ask me if It t was true and he hebrought hItbrouCtt PiehrougIt
brought along Ioo not notft a to hi he direction directionI
1 told him it wn true and he went lit away
rhl statement by Kerby I III Intending
Inaimuch a Itl It Indicate Indlaa that the Ih De Department DepQrtmltlt Defrtrnfnt ¬
partment of the Interior had information informationabout InCorrnUtonbout InformaUnoabout
about his hi forthcoming statement earlier earlierthan earlierthan i ithan
than wa wu expected expectedIf eXJ <
It Kerbys statement i II true rut th the De Department DefIjIrtmnt fl flpsflmenl ¬ I
partment knew ko of the chargf chr that he hewaa heow hewe
waa ow ROlng to make about three hour hourrefer hourtcri I Itfrcr
refer tcri o the III Lawler brief wa wee produced
before the It e Congressional Investigating InvestigatingfTimmittoe InYNtlptinlCIOfIImU Investigatingcommittee I
committee a sq coming from UM Attorney Attom Attomf
ren f f1ral ral offlo and d which the Attorney Attorneyenerai
General explaiand had I been men overlooked
by bun in replying 1iDe to earlier call by the tbororatmttre Ih Ihrommllft thecommittee
committee roratmttren rommllft1t111SEIL committeeRIMMELI
n MSltELl LOST ItJH M Mteamboal t MnFR MnFRIteenibeat
I ItfaRlbeal
teamboal ln > Vrrrtleil for llatlnc No NoMretiMi 0 01lrffltfl oIIrevse
MretiMi Tag on III Automobile AutomobileHorn tatomtpltcHome ulomblloUom
Horn Powell rUinndoll who w wtuA gave gavobi gavehis
bi his addriMi ddrt a ih lit t tniOft nion Lraguo Club Cluband Clubend I IIIDd
and Mid tlut be wan wa a aIer > er raaaufuc raaaufucjurtr manuae manuaeturu maoufscturgr
jurtr turu lewd tott having an interest in Iho IhoHaxsv Ih i
Haxsv HmPjJ > il lin II rf I steamers me was arreslml arreslmlat rrI1at
at Ifftth 1 itet < fteet nml rHir IthrMid l + erstcI d Drive Drl Itt Ittt stocio i iocfrn
ocfrn t ocio df U lout tnizl nzlI > for huxing no been hernnumb 1MfoIIUIllbr beennumb
numb on h hIs a IIEofMhtJoo > ii m > > lito litoIn i
In t1 CPe nl nigh hi roiirr oiu 111 h I otpUjnrd that thatthl tbatt thattiq
thl t fI eimbr was w5 u on n 4 iIl II right n h wh whee h n ho left leftwr Ipltmay leftwt
> wr j gh Te r may Igmrale > ltIfllrl heir Horrman heirnan rr rrBall
man r rIO neaded ih I < t ho ar rfr f V a aitg k ng c
a seMwlrjver r MIl xt 1111I im and h he cane ue
tUot the ifllhPr tYM III 11 ud
1IiIIeIr diiiujed h hC II
n 1
1i 14kND n1MSAND 51ATHil0lMS 51ATHil0lMSto 5 IATHR1 IATHR1o
TROIDLE l n V4IT 4F1 DCHKAl DCHKAlAddltleaal ntRrUAddlttoul DtR4UAdditional
Additional Friction Uetween Secretary HecrelaryMfr RrelarIter Secretary3leyer
Mfr and nd ParniMttrCeaeral neger negerWisHtNOTOX aeftWUUfNOTOt fl gers gersWASIIflIOTOX II
WisHtNOTOX May IS ISThe The dlpute dlputebetween dlputebolwn disputbetween
between Secretary S of the Navy alY Meyer Mvyerand 3111rand Meyerand
and PaymaJterOeneral Kuataco BRoger BRogerchi BRaIrahlt URogerschief
chi chief f of th the bureau of supplies and ao aocounts 10ouo soiunta
counts ouo of the Savy ny Department which whichha wblchhae whichhas
ha been dormant for several eral month monthbaa montuha
baa ha broken out again with renewed renewedatrength renewedstrength newedtncth
strength The first difficulty wa an anaccount aDaccollnt enaccount
account of Mr Ir Hoger Rogerss testimony be before before before ¬
fore the House Committee on Naval NavalAffair NavalAtfahr aTIAaain
Affair In which he criticised Mr 1r Meyeri Meyeriplan 31er 31erplan Meyerspin
plan for the reorganization of the navalentablUhraent naval nnaltabUlbmenl navalestablishment
establishment More recently additional additionalfriction addltfonattrictton edditkaialfriction
friction ha haa developed between Secretary SecretaryMeyer IWcreta IWcretaItft SecretaryMeyer
Meyer Itft and nd the PaymasterGeneral over overthe OTerthe overthe
the administration of th the naval upply supplyfund upplyfund upplyfund
fund Thl fund I a general 1 Dral stock of olupplle ofauppliN ofsupplies
supplies from which each bureau drawsa draws
a u much a u it need for Ita it immediate immediateuses
uses Congress baa limited its amount amountto mountto
to 7700000 2TOO In the Jut few year eall how however ho hoeffr howererthefundha ¬
ever ererthefundha the fund ha haI grown growntosbout to about 11000 11000Sorn
000 000Some
Some time ago eo Secretary 8eaeta Meyer began beganto
to devise mean for diminishing the tbeamount theamount theamount
amount of the fund so a as to come within withintbe withinthe withinthe
the law The PaymasterGeneral PaymllerOneral recom recommended rm rmmodl reoommended ¬
mended modl that Congress Conl be asked aekl to legalize legalizethe Itplle Itpllethe
the fund aa Is I It I at present prat administered sdmlnUteredby Idmlnler
by the th bureau of supplies upplM and od account accountMr accouot accountsMr
Mr Meyer eer declined otlnt to act ac upon upn thiuggeition this th thissugetton
uggeition lclon tie te took tk the ground Id that lht it itwould I Itwould
would wlid he b far better ltt to comply with the theexUtlng th theexisting
existing IIIIUO law before beror asking for additional additionallegislation addiionl additionallegislation
legislation 1 ltOD on the subject lnf Mr 1r Rogers Kogercontended Hltra Hltraonttodtd Rogerscontended
contended onttodtd < that the limit lmt of 1700 7700000 7700000Imposed 270oooolmpoed
Imposed upon the thl fund tUld by tongrra tongrrawa Conl
wa Imf not no sufficient uJn ulcat for the present navy navyand navyand navyand
and the maximum limit lmit should be b In InMr lacfw increid
creid a aMr
cfw Mr 1r Meyer Ier however declined dflnt to bring bringthe brio brioIhe bringthe <
the matter Dtr to the th attention attnllon of Congresuntil Congres Cng Congresauntil
until Intl the Iht administrative amnlrllvt method mto of the thebureau Ihebf1 thebureau
bureau bf1 bad b l Iln been > e n brought within wllhn exist existing ni niInlt existing ¬
ing law Mr I Meyer gave Instruction Instructionregarding lntrurlon instructionsregarding
regarding f rdlnt the tb nuttter lter which he contend contendwero onltnt
were tf not promptly pnptlr obeyed obll by the tb Pay PayinaderOeneral Py PyInlrOntrai PaymnaslerGentral
inaderOeneral InlrOntrai In testifying before beforethn beroretho beforethe
the house 10U Committee Cmmltt tNtifrnc on Naval al Art AIdra AIdranntr Atlahrs AtlahrsrectntJy air airrecently
recently Mr Ir Meyer f r criticiswl ctlc1 the tht con conduct condu conduvt ¬
duct du nntr of 0 his hi bureau bunll chief clt as almost ltt In Insubordination Inllbrntlon ineubordintion ¬
subordination llbrntlon After tr a delay dl tot I of ° f about alioutsix aboutsix houtax
six ax weeks wel Mr rr Mover Itr had to issue per peremptory p peremptory ¬
emptory mplo order to the th PaymasterGeneral PaymasterGeneralto ymtlrOlrl
to accomplish lplh hi his purpose purposefiliations purposeRelations
Relations 1t1llon between tWM pl pl1t1llon HocreUry Ita Meyer Meyerand Meyerand Meraod
and hi PaymasterGeneral lytreral have been n so sostrained e sostrained
strained in the last lt few month mth that tt It ttIs ItI Itis
I Is practically pracaI certain that tht Mr I Koger Kogerwill lojra lojrawi Itogertswill
will wi not bo heresppolntedchiefoftheburesu heresppolntedchiefoftheburesuof reappointed crn chief of tho bureau bureaunf
nf supplies and Ir ppnlecbletotlhtburu ppnlecbletotlhtburuor account ta bn h n hi four fouryear tor torMr fouryear
year Mr detail dttl expire npf on November I next nextDIVIDED outIOr nextIowA
IOr IowA A nFPtnLICA iurtnuc4ss 5 DIVIDED DIVIDEDKxrensreuman DnWEDtoelumn Dflt PEP PEPF4sogreuman
Kxrensreuman toelumn Iarry ll Ban the tlto Senators KenalerHate Senatorshia
I hia Hate tpset All Al Possibility Polbll of llarmn llarmnA lara laraILMOS flarmsnaailItON >
A llIMtoN ILMOS May IJ l The visit vlIt tn tnIowa 10low inIowa
Iowa list week k br Son benators ntn a torn Dolliver Uoller and andCummin ad adCumi andCunimins
Cummin Cumi and d their effort flr tn dictate dictateliepubllcan dlctaleItpublc dictateRepuhiican
liepubllcan Itpublc nomination nominaton and nd policies plm ha haaddod h hadod hasadded
added adod to the thf cnmpllcatlonejof clplctloot the th situation situationtn Ituatloni
tn i that lbt State tAle and ad mode mae party py harmony harmonymrwiMihle harmonyimpismeible
mrwiMihle Imlcllle according lnc to former fo Con ConKremman Co CoIma Congireamnan
Kremman Ima John K t Lacer L of Iowa who whonow whois bo boaow
is now In Washington WMIto Mr r Lacey Lcy wa waor 1IUror wasfor
for or many may year ara a Republican plblc0 leader Iaer In InThe laCorl inCongrrsa
Corl Congrrsa Congrrsame l
The Te J rumminaDolliver ummiDIlr meeting melnc at atV atlies
lies V 1 i Moitws fol laid ld Mr Ir tansy ha I op upot upotal upact upactall et etill
ill al Iliblty joibility K ibility of harmony except escp upon upontho lr uponthe
the th ruwiX II of absolute nllll fubmUvon lulmllon of the tholUiMiblicxn tb tb1IliblOM theItapublicana
lUiMiblicxn 1IliblOM to the dictation rictou nf the th ona onator na nato natori
to tori tor < 1 Ihe he old cry c against the Washing Washington Wuinlt WuinltIo ¬
Io ton crowd cowd baa b been n of great IA use W to the theinaurgent Iheinurjnt theinsurgent
insurgent inurjnt element ftmlnt in the past pl but the tbeSenator thenrl theSenators
Senator nrl never before went nut to Iowa Iowauid Iowaad Iowaand
and ad instructed Intrut11 the tht people ppe M to what whatindividual whtIriliut whatimlivduals
individual Iriliut they tlflT were 1fre expected sped by their theirSenator tbtl theirSenatort
Senator Snatol to vote o for forlt forIt
lt in hard to ell lel what 1hal the outcome outcomewill oulcmt oulcmtwi outcomewill
wi will be h In I Iowa Iowa Carrrll arr1 defeated rrAtt Mr Mriarst 3JrOa Mrtarst
iarst Oa hi hiq present III oppnrcnt OPIICI two year yearago yearago ear earo
ago o lIT nearly narl JOWW 3 I v In the Ih primary prm prmto Aa Aato itsto
to thm Ihi part of the campaign It < t looked lookedto loktd
to me when whP I left krt home hot that thA there Ihtrp would woukibe wol wolb <
b Ut be no I 0 question Quetio aa to the h rraultthat rraultthatiov rNultthatCo
Co iov Carl stroll will wi r IA Pm rennmtnatrd nmi1 by a amu amuh amuh
mu muh < h larger Irrr majority blJorty than liaa he bad two tworears twoyears I
rears 71 ago agotnder lo lorndflr noirmder
tnder his hi predecessor P r the Ih Slate Sil ex expenses ezprose s sn ¬ I
prose n nad ba increased InclM more mo than Iha tl l 000000 000000a 0000 0000a
a year and all ant Gov ov ftroll roli ol ha hI Ix laen n en enloavo P endevo I
loavo dfllo ring to 0 seduce ItdU the Ib experts elpl to tosomething toImtlhinl tosomething I
something like Ik their old od time amount amounttinder aolnt aolntunder asnoantunder I
under Goy Go Hhtw TIm Th Ktato tate ha hl not notincreased no nottncreaacd I
increased Irreuo in population Jul lln mcn 110 Gov Shaws lbaw lbawIrm bhawiterm Shawst
term t > rm and a an increase Ince of moors IO than tha 70 70per il 70per
per cent ont in th the State tale expenditure tJldlllr ho holed h hItd haItti
Itd pr led to t considerable rnldrLI Irritation Irritationlov Irrltlln
nov ov Carroll CArrol i ti a good 100 clean dea man manHo ma manII
1f II Ho has hA never been factional and nl will willzet wi willget
get ft n heavy hfA vote 10e In all al the th clement elernt of ofino orIhe ofthe
the PartY the fhf journey jorney of the thl Inlll Senator Senatorlo
lo Iowa for the Ih purpose of urging ur nl the thefenplo theppl thepeofie
fenplo ppl not no to reelect Ir flrl this Ib most tol < excellent excellentDtrieial uolent uolentoteia eecvlIentotflcial
Dtrieial oteia has hi created ct a great cfat s natiou eatneationthere natioullierv nttlo
there tb Sohlnr Nothing like Ik It ever ocoirred ocoirredin lolrf1 lolrf1In
in the Ihl Htato before bro I trust Irult the results riultwill resultswill 11 11will
again will i Ia < o such that tha tt will wi never ntnr happen hlp happenagain
Tnlt TflIIE iririi IfTI THE TiE PHI PI iirn liirii liiriiPracitctiiy vo voPraetlcally
Praetlcally 111 Deulled I nder the Ih Free Fl TradPreiblen Trade Tre TrePoble TradeProlalons
Preiblen Poble I of 1 the Ih Yew et ew Tariff Tarlr I InINaOS law lawWinioio aw awWASRINOTOX
WASRINOTOX nINaOS May U I The Th trade of oftbe ortbe ofthe
tbe United Unll State St1 with wih the Philippine Philippineduring PlpplnH PlpplnHdurC Pidhippinesduring
during durC the first tnt eight month month of the new newtariff newtit newtarilt
tariff tit law which whch permit prmll interchange inlerhnle of ofpractically ofpralcly ofpractically
practically pralcly all I articles IM free ff of duty dUI show showa lh1 lh1a
a marked rkl improvement Imptlmfnl The Te total tt value valueof lu luof
of export ep to the lb Philippine Plipplnl during durlC th thperiod the Iheprod theotl
period prod otl from frm August A ct 1 1309 to March Marh 11 S
1110 110 of which wbeh period pro all I but the first ft five fiveday 6 6dYloAulutudtbnwtvllaw1 fly flyday
day dYloAulutudtbnwtvllaw1 dYloAulutudtbnwtvllaw1mountd of Auguatwa under the nw newtszj tarjff law lawamounted lawamounted
amounted to 11100000 II UOO agaInst apnt agaInstin 17000000 17000000In 10000
In the corresponding cndng period pio of o the pieced preceding pr piecedlog ¬ I
log year yea and a the li Import Imp from frm the Philip Philippine PlJP1 PhIlippine ¬
pine piea in I the lh same ae period amounted amoultd to
177WCOO SI2I against pt MMOOOO Sro Sct00 in the th cor correspon corrlrn correepon
respon ding diK month of o last I year Mr the Im Imports 1mfr Itoport ¬
ports from rr 01 those IhO island 1land having prac practically practically C C1ly ¬
tically fr 1ly doubled d oubl and d the export thereto theretoIncreased thfo thfolDc theretoincreased
Increased lDc about hot AI per cent nr p when com compared comrut cornpared ¬
pared rut with Ith lira Ih corresponding tOrpdlnl period pro of o oflast
la Io last t year yearThe yer
The growth grwlb In Import imJ occurs On chIefly clitly
in sugar u r cigars tltal fruits rnll And nuts manila manilahemp mnla mnlaAP manilahemp
hemp AP and ld other fibres IIr hats I of straw or ormmilar orIlmilr orsimilar
similar Ilmilr IU lb ititre > ro houwhold Ilh riled lft manu manufnvlurm mau maurtlun menufeotwes
fnvlurm rtlun of silk Ilk manufacture Ilanufctuf of o wood woodand woodand
and an manufacture lnletuf of flbro Ah On the tb Pi ex export e oxport ¬
port ort aide ae the tb inoreaM 1 occur o chiefly thiP in inntaiuifactur InnAu inmanufactures
manufactures nAu of r cotton tto e espeeiaIly > e < > ially ly cotton cottonrlotb coto cottonclotto
rlotb < olhl tnaaufaduroN Ifoufcut of fr inm I and ad steel steelmernifastiurca te l lmanufacture Ifr
manufacture nf fr leather 1I1r fret her mairifscturm mairifscturmnf rnllldu rnllldufr
nf fr wool wol inanufadiireH Ilallra 1f of wood automat autominInles automohi automattlternKah
Inles hi I rnemlralM tlternKah hml 4JI < vrnige wooe el elecftjal llral llrallolC < trkal trkaljittanee aft aftf4tences >
jittanee lolC elertriral Ilflrk1 m namhinvry dune < hinery steel rails railsrirr railsftresrm
rirr frrm ftresrm < irra Iron Ir sheets t and plat 111 plata bnnt bnntand IWt Itootand
and I shoe barneMi hm and saddles 1C paint paintpaper paintJP paintspaper
paper JP and A aw Manufacture Iatlalt I hereof Iht op soepwise opwiaee PI
wise w dtetiHed tll spirit 18 flour f meat tt snd amldairy snddairy n
dairy dl product raaaed satoon l kr krk leaftnbsee f ftobaeea
tobaeea k 5r i fu phg rte i tvbaevo M > aec raf > 1iaber Ib M Md H Y fur furi fu I tw tw5r
XO PROGRAMMEMAPPEIt 0 PRoonvv F 11 PPFJJ 0T 11 11irwiri 1 ITiruii T TInun
irwiri IIQVSK IIQVSKliuurinili 10rS 10rSInlrtII llOtSEinuurgrnis
liuurinili InlrtII Belleie fI the Ceefereae CelreaH Was WaiCalled Was4alied a aalfd
Called alfd leReadTtwm tllnd 1 Oat eft SI be Tarty TartyUelber Pet PetaMr rartyteether
Uelber Cearrreaee ce te lie llclU llclUte leld leldIe
te I H t ip 11 Ieiltlsthe 1Ilthe rregramme rregrammeMay Plllle PlllleWOIXOTOI PrsgranmeVtinixoiox
WOIXOTOI Vtinixoiox May ay Ji USme 313ome Some of th thinsurgent te teiurret the theinsurgent
insurgent iurret HepubHcau Senator Sator were ee In Inclined Indlntl inclineul ¬
clined dlntl today tooAY to believe llne that another at attempt attempt t tItlpl
tempt to read them out of the tb Republican Republicanorganization Reulcan Reulcanorculzaton Republicanorganization
organization orculzaton was w made me in i the calling elnl ol olthe ottb ofthe
the tb conference onrerc of Republican Republcan 8 Baalo Baaloat Senator Senatorat naton natonat
at the White Whie hite House 10111 teat night to consider oonaldnthe Cnld Cnldtbe
the legislative ICiltlll situation llutlu aa It relate to tothe tothe tothe
the railway rUa bill bi The Te President POIDt called calledoonaenratlre calledconservative le
conservative OaU Senators fnator and near nM Insur Insurgent lu lulet insurgents
gent let together but carefully earuly omitted omittedending omltt omittedsending
ending adla Invitation ITitatoa to any ay of the theUtl littLe lltthgroup littLegroup
group of radicals ralol such aa Pollute LaFolUtteCummiM t La Folet PolluteCummins
Cummins Cmln Dolllver Dlnr BrUto Bt01 Clapp and andBeveridg andBeveridge d dlne
Beveridg BeveridgA lne lneA
A few f of the Senator natr who ho attended attendedthe aU dt
the te conference Ofreo declared do1e today tooAY that tt a awrong awae awrong
wrong wae oonatruetlon Orclon had h been b put upon uponthe up uponthe
the te meeting mMe and they tey were Inclined Inoled to tothink tothink tothink
think that tht some ae of o the te iS iSatr Senatora aat r who whoparticipated wo woprcptl whoparticipated
participated prcptl had h girea anout glvesout out the thlp Impreesloa Impreesloato
to the newspapers that tt a legislatIve leatT pro programme o ogramme
gramme nmm nepp had ba been mapped out in I which whichthe whichthe hc
the te1Ut insurgent Senator 8atr10uJ mpp would not DO be b aaked aakedto uke
to give any aty assistance 1t There Te wa walively a a alively
lively 11 interchange Iwchac of view e today ty amoniaome among aoa aoa8m amongsome
some 8m of the Senators Bnllor who bo ware e at the theconference thecrfc theconference
conference crfc and regret neet was uprated on onall O onall
all hand hand that anything arlnl had h up occurred or to tomar t tomar
mar mr the te general eneral tendency teadl0 to t harmony harmonywhich harDY harDYwhich harmonywhich
which followed toloe the Tote en the long and andabort ao aoaor sacshort
abort aor haul amendment edmlnt on Friday FridayIt Fd
It I was w maid Id tonight tnht by Senator 8otr who whotook whotook ho hot
took t part In II the conference cfrDo that nothing nothiniwaa nl nldlntel
Milled by the gathering gatheringof
was definitely dlntel tte t cthere cthereor
of Senators Snton at the Whit t house HO last Jt night nightIt nct nctI IIIgbIt
It I wa w denied denIe hat tt any plan wa a agreed agreedupon agreedupon
upon upn for Toting down the pa amendment amendmentthat amedmet
that tt are ar now no pending pendingIn pndDe pndDeIn
In spite of the little Itl flurry du growing c1D out outof Ot Otof outof
of the pte White Whie Rouse Hu conference colro there te It ItdUpoaition I Ia isa
a disposition dlpiloa manifest mnr oven among aone th thnurg the theluuCnt theinsurgent
luuCnt insurgent nurg nt Senator Bnlof to t expedite npl the rail railway rl rlwy railway
way bill bl One Qe of the inaurget at Senators Benatenaid Bnt Senatorssaid
aid tonlgat toat that tht he bettered boloTd the th wbol wbolaubject wholsubject hle hleIbje
subject Ibje would be dlapoaed diap of in the t Sinai SenaUwithin St Sinaiwithin
within Uhn ten day d He II declared de that tt then thenwaa thr thrw tbsrwas
was w no Intention Inlenton on the part of the in inurgent laIreea inurgenta
Ireea urgent to delay the rote p and that tt all allthey al allthey
they would old Insist lnt upon up waa w a fair tlr chance chancefor c0 chancefor
for diecumion dllon and conaideration tOndrtou of pend pending pnd pndIna pndlug ¬
lug amendment amenmnu nta The Insurgent Itlsat admil admilthat admt admtUat udmitthat
that Uat there tber are many good a thing in II th thbill thbl the thebill
bill bl which wbcb they are anxIous anlloU to see N enacted enactedinto eoc enactedinto
into law Many ny of them are ar Interested Interestedin Intf
in the fall t1 campaign and are eager to toconclude toeondld toconclude
conclude eondld their mpe labor Ibr In n Washington and andget ad adlIt endget
get into the fight flghtSeoate flht flhtHale fightSenate
Senate Hale and d House UOI leader IMer believe blin that thatCongrca tat tatConl thatCongress
Congress Conl will 1 adjourn ajouf on or about ablt July I Itinlee Iunl 1imlees
tinlee unl difltcultie dlfcullM now no unforeseen utor preeenl preeenlthemaelrea pt ptlhemeln presentthemselves
themselves lhemeln With Wih a view e to expediting expeditingbusine npitne npitnebule expeditingbusiness
business bule It i I the th purpose purp of the te leaden leadeneoon INe leaderssoon
soon 81 to hold bo1 night alet sessions IOD They Tey TeyhOllnl art arthoping arehoping
hOllnl hoping that the mercury mercr in the Washing Washington Wulr Wulrt ¬
ton t thermometer thtromeera will begin bel to climb climbwithin cimb cimbwihin climbwithin
within wihin a few day What with wih night nightaescioni Dlat Dlathot nIghtsession
session hot weather wNthe and ad a desire de on ontho onth onthe
the th part f of member mebra to get back bk with withthe withthe Ith Ithtbe
the home folk folk no doubt ia expreeeed expreeeedthat I
that lht the tl lawmaker Iwakr will wD be b ready ry to quit quitcertainly qut qutcrily quitcertainly
certainly crily by July 1 and d possibly plbl the last Uatweek Jt Jtw lastweek
week w k in June JuneAfter JuneAtff JuneAfter
After Atff the railroad railo bill bI ha b has been b paated paatedby pH
by the Senate Sa that body by will wl get down downto dow
to the consideration onllderaUoD of appropriation appropriationbill apopat
bil bill On 01 business bUlo of this tl character cer the theSenate th theSenate
Ste Senate work work at double quick quck time tie Only Onlytwo 0 Onlytwo
two more appropriation prprlaUon bill bUI remain rfmai to tobe tobe
b be disposed dl of by the tb House HOU They T are arethe a ar arthe
tbl the sundry lundr civil and ad the tb general el defi deficiency de de6cieccy ¬
ciency cltt bill billla IUI billIn
la 11 U th > coming rmlnc week w a date dte will I be b fixed fixedfor findfor be
for a Republican Rpllblt Houae Hou cauou cuo on the theiotal te teplal thepostal
postal plal savings bank bnk bill bUI A oomprombe oomprombeabout compml
I Is about abut to be l reached ree on this tt measure meaaurabat meu measurethmit
bat tba tt I i expected llptf will w1 prove satisfactory atlafctoryn tlar
the of the thelloure tbel thelieu
11 in n the main to great eeat majority
l lieu lloure Ue Republican RepublicanUp RepublC
Up to t date not a tingle lll Administration Administrationjiil AdmllaaUoD AdmllaaUoDbil
jiil bil of Pr Ilt frat t importance imprtanc baa b been b passed paatediv e
hY iv the t to o houses IOUN of Congress Coc The TheHouie ThelIouae a a10ue
Houie 10ue ba b panaed two conservation calo bill billgca bil billscue
cue OCI authorizing aUlborz r the President rHld t to with withdraw wt withdraw ¬
draw land ldl in hi his discretion dllo and ad the theather to toolhtr theother
other authorizing autorbic agricultural acotural entrle etrl on onthe o onthe
th the surface of lands lt bearing ba coaL cL T Te Te10U TnHouse e eHouse
10U House also al ha b has passed the railroad rail bill billit bi bIllIt
it t ha b taken take no p action ctlo on 01 Ih be costal costallavine ptal ptalaTlnp postalsaving
saving aTlnp banS bn bill bi which whih will 1 however howeverloon honer honerln
loon ln bo I reported rlfre It I ha al also out through throughhe tbrouchIe
he Ie Statehood < talfo bill bi All I of th the Admlnitra AdmlnitraIon Admliat Administrition
Ion measure mlUrH that have not an been h pawed pawedhive paudhue passedheve
hive lo hero reported rprld by corarrlttte comrltM in the tbere tl therrepetireI
rrepetireI re pe > tiro r iw iwThe IJ us usThe
rr The > I nntlinlunction antinjllnctlon bill hi will m follow the thewetal theptal thepostal
postal saving alnl bank bnb bill bi In the house HouaTbU lO houseThie
TbU Tl bill appear to have few friend rr a in inpitherhnuM I ineither
either pitherhnuM ihr hnl house npPra If I it li I pawed lil It wilonlyba wilonlybaft 1nlyl
alr altar ft r constant tOntant urging urrla of the President PresidentAlthough rlet PreekientAlthough
Although the hill 111 wt waa fashioned fhlonl after atr a aplunk aplok aplank
plok plunk in the Ihl Republican Ipllhlc national plat platform p1stform ¬
ror form of IMM I It in bitterly bltrl opposed by b the thelabor te teIbr thelabor
Ibr labor organization orpnlrton and d opp M condemned conderanecby coadene
h by organization orlniztoo of l manufacturer Thlhill This Tl ThisPull
hill hi also al may my be b considered ronler at a caucus caucuof cucus cucusor caucusof
of the lIeu leu Republican RepublicanA lpullnl
A conference onfffo of house fout and an Senate Sah lead leadrn
Pr rn 1 will wi rx b he held hfll this Ihl week k in I an etfort tor to tollx totie
tie 11 up a comprehensive CmpfhprIY programme programmeunder prle prleundor programmeunder
under which the various nr AdministrationI Administration dlnletrlon
hUI hilt I > U1 ahall wl be Hastened ht to conference conferenl A Athing AthlnC As Asthings I
thing now 00 stand end the Administration Adlattraton in inilata inllla inimta
thlnC ilata llla on the Ih passage Ie of only five OT bill billlumelr bilt billnamely
namely na ly that t railroad raird bill bl the postal pl aav aaving savlog 1
log In bank bak bill bi the th antiinjunction ntiInjuclon mesa roeosire m mesalire
ire lre the th withdrawal ltdraw1 bill bu and an the th State Statelood Att Statehoed
hoed ho bill bl The T belief Ilif la I general Inl that thatlomproml thaicomprml thatcompromises
compromises comprml will come NI out of conference or olcontrenoott conferencen CttD CttDon
on > n the railroad rair wi and ad postal JI savings nlp bank banklll hk hkbil banksbill
bil bill > lll and Ind that tbe antltnjtmtkm measure meaaureill muure muurew1 measurewill
w1 will ill peas substantially elbuntiall a u It I baa b been b re reDorlexi f reported
ported pled pp by the tb Houae IOI Committee rmlt on O the th
Judiciary JIJlel No effort tort will I be b made me to pass paageneral p passgeneral
general coeral conservation tOtlo legislation lecltl at t thl thltime thlUme thistime
time The Te Administration Admlletrtl ba b lot Iot hope hopeof bo
of otUI getting any enactment n nt along this thiaJin line lineaside lIneaside
aside ul from a aT bill bl authorizing authorilI tbe President Presidentto POt POtto
to withdraw Uhdrw for the tbf purpose pur of conserva conservation eof conserestlomi ¬
tion to water watr power sites coal oil 01 and forest fomtland fort fortla forestlands
land la embraced tbno pwr in I the public C domain domainThe domla domlaTe domainThe
The Te present political pltcl situation augur augurIII aU augursiii
III 1 for the Ihl Statehood 8tauho bill bil Republican Republicanbelieve RepublIcansbelieve pbllo
believe blill that If Arizona Arzn and New N w Mexico Mexicoare Mni
are re admitted dmlt to the Union Unl a fouiDemocrata fouiDemocratawill 10ufDot fcufflesnocratswillbeaddedtothenaterollcahl
will w willbeaddedtothenaterollcahl be added adrl to the t Senate Hnt roll rol call c A Athe A Au Authe
the Republican publcl insurgents lnrnt nlw nl come comepretty CI cornpretty I
prety pretty near nr holding boll the balance blc of power powerIn
pr prIn
In that tt body by the regular rs1 leader Jd do not notlook notlol notlook
lol look kindly kll on the te bill bl that would wou in II all allirobablllty al allprobability
prbblt irobablllty augment the te Democratic Democratictrength Dmoti DemocratIcstrength
strength mct I In n the t Serrate Hn President Plt Taft Taftstrongly TnI Taftstrongly
strongly trnaly favor raOf the 1 Statehood 8tatfho bill bi but bt be beIn h
I In II i more mor concerned about abut the te passage of ofmeaaure ofI ofmeasure
eooorl pp
I measure general mfUlr crneral1I welfare that tht more mor directly dlrl concern tor the thegeneral te tecrneral1I thegeneral
S97J PEn CENT lE T PERFECT rtnrtcrRlUelwer PERFECTfmc PERFZCTlil1eIenc7
RlUelwer fmc Trill TfI en Peetujlranla PtlBnlaUrM Batlread Batlreadrentlnne flaUreadCentlntie
rentlnne CeU ne le t Knew Improvement ImprovementA Dprnt DprntA
A decreasing deain percentage prontc of failure failureU talu
U II shown aown ia a report repr of the te efficiency efficiencyt otcWtO
t tests t t made mae last year by the Ie Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PalTaala PalTaalaRird PennsylvaniaRallroai
Railroad Rird The Te total tol number lhr of then thentest t theetests
test tlltl wa about but 900000 30 or about abut no t 30 each eachday eh ehdy eachlay
day dy and nd of the te total tal for the t year e W7i W7iper S97per n npr
per pr cent t were ere perfect pre Tbe Te Tb failure failureincluded falura faluraint11 failuresincluded
included int11 case c where hr engine enli men m passed puoodilcnaU p passedsignaLs
signaLs Ir by only a few feet fet not aufflcient aufflcientto IUtclt IUtcltto
to cause cW an a accident accidentOf aiot aiotor
or that th twmtyelc tWtylt division dlTJln of the thePenniylvaula t thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania rrtlnol accord according Ing to t this report reporteight reporteight
eight division dllll showed Mlwe perfect record recordon rp
on all 1 test If and s d twelve division d 11 prt had h rr over overM
M f per wet Oot aD It I staled RII that tt since ec the tbePemurylvaate theIlnll th thhlenuayiysgila
Pemurylvaate Ilnll J been MJ these tte tart r la I ll IKS IKSthe K Kthe
the lh percentage of faH ta1 failures re tea been b icradu grsdually icraduaHy
ally aM pla decreasing dr while 1 th t the wimber of ofiee4dent ofseeldeetta
iee4dent on m the Ut yctttai boa hsaewa Mowa t a far farimtrT lr lrn fargituterpersealgaQfIteIs
imtrT gituterpersealgaQfIteIs gituterpersealgaQfIteIses rtreeMr n of dftrnea i
es 4r i iLr
Lr iJw
rc rcStorage c I IStorage
Storage of Rugs RugsDuring
During Durin the lb Summer Month i II III a aSpecialty aSpecialty
I Specialty Specally of the theKcntCdstikyan theIcntostiYI theKcntCosflkyan
KcntCdstikyan IcntostiYI Warehouses WarehousesPerfect Wareouses WareousesPtrfeCI
Perfect Insurance Against Fire Burglary BurglaryMotht BurelyMOlhs BurglaryMoths
Moths and Misuse MisuseOMT MIue Misuseotty I IOLT
I 8 West Wes 38th 38t Street StreetMurray StreetMum StreetMurray
Murray Hill Hi Building BuildingTtUsUs Bud BuilngYsiephass I
TtUsUs TI til 11 Msrrar rT Hill HillT DI DITtl U1Ur4FT
T Ttl r4FT IT A IDS 4lD TWO lO CHlRCaES CHlRCaESProve ClnC8ES ClnC8ESPolel CllfRCZIJVSProves
Prove Polel Bath aa AttractlM AUrcU at On 0 That ThatIOOOO Tt
IOOOO 80 I Ii 1 Ratted Blad far a New ew Edlflce EdlflceWAgnwciTOH Fll EdlOesWaanzxnroti
WAgnwciTOH WAUlltN May ly llPreaidant ISPdnt Taft Taftlent Taftlnt TaftLent
lent lnt hi bl his aid d to two Washington Whon churches churchetoday ebuht churchestoday
today t < ay and a at on oe one of them thn proved prTe such An Anattraction A anattraction
attraction atrct D that the th congregation cpton raised raitedmore Je raisedmore
more nor than Ih 19000 110 to pay py for a new newedifice newedUI newedifice
edifice edUI At both bth th the All AI8ul AliSouha Soul Unitarian UnitarianChurch Unitia UnitarianChurch
Church Cur where her he h worship or regularly and andat a andat
at the Ingram In Memorial emorl Church Cub where wherebe whr
be helped hlp swell 1 the te box bl office ome receipts receiptsto rlpta rlptato
to SUOOO 000 the th President Pdnt made mae brief brr ad addresse addr addresses
dresses dr To the th congregation Clsalon at the In Ingram Inchuh Ingras ¬
gram thai church chuh tbe th President Pldeot was confiden confidential cnfen cnfentI ¬
tialI tI
Cr I auppo be h said that there are arenone a arenon
upp Rd tt
none no of us u free fr from frm a desire dr to have Ile at atleast att atLeast
least t enough of this Ih world good to be becomfortable b becomfortable II IIcforl
comfortable cforl but I think thnk that tht I if I we 4 look lookfurther lok lokte lookturtbr
further te there ter la I one oe great cat advantage advula of ofbeing o ofbeing
being bD a wealthy tb man m and that i is the theopportunity th theopportunity
opportunity to us u use one onea wealth to increase increasetbe Inre Inreth increasethe
opputy t O
the th happiness happn of the th world at Urge 1rl to toreecue tor torescue
rescue r the lh unfortunate ufoute and to add ad to tho thocomfort thocror thecomfort
comfort cror of the te needy needyI n
I have han never ner thought of Unitarian Unitarianaa Unltaran
aa the wealthy 1 alhy people ppt of any community communityI cmmuity cmmuityI
I do not think tak they th are a I had M very verynovel n nnonl verynoctl
novel experience uprnc at Beverly Bnrly last Jt eumlr eumlrID summer summerIn
In being blDI asked ake to t take tae part p in I ja a movement movementfor monmenlfo
for fo a charitable chtl organiution orpUob In the lh neigh neighborhood nelchbrho neighborbood ¬
borhood brho on o the ground that tht if I did I Imight Imleht Imight
might arouse aU the c interest Inlfrt of some rich richUnitarian richUnt richUnitarian
Unitarian Unt In the neighborhood nellhrho and r it itwa Ita itwas
wa a novel sensation 8on to me to bit b put In Inthat Intltatllue inthatsttitude
that tltatllue thatsttitude attitude toward towa my m fellow felow UnitarianBut Unitarian Unlaa UnitariansHut
But Ot whether we of this congregation cone aton are arepoor ar arpr arepoor
poor pr or rich rch I do think it is Iot I of the tb utmost utmostimportance ulmot ulmotImpc utmtimportance
importance Impc for all al of us who believe bl t in inthe Intb inthe
the tb Unitarian Unila Church lu that the tb capital c plt1 of oltbe ofthe ofthe
the country cunt Mould have a suitable eutahl Uni Unitarian Unlt Unitartan ¬
tartan t edifice ef In which hlch It t can ca be b made mlde mldeUf aa aauseful asuseful
useful Uf a u possible pble There Tre I Is no time tm In the thehiatory th thehistory
history hto of the th church churh and a in thn tn history historyof hlelo hleloof
of our OI country count when ha such lh a movement monmntI
1 Is likely Ukly to be b M successful uCtul a as today todayWo lOy lOyWe
We have han prosperity prosperityMRS ptpril ptpril1RS properityVRS
MRS 1RS DQROTiir DnaT 130110T11iAlrsox Mirxov rlo nun rofvoYeong F1lUPYsung nunTI
Yeong Woman 1OD Who 0 Escaped P Krera 01 Mr MrGeBgen MrsGegsn n
GeBgen G1 I Is Bettered IfIrd te Her HerA 1fT 1fTA
A telephonemeesage telephone messsgs waa received receivedat Ilvf1 Ilvf1at
at the Third Tird Precinct Plnct elation elati in Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCIty
City last Jt night nlet front fr a man m who gave gavehis pyehia gavehis
his name ne aa McCallum lclum saying that he hohad heh hehad
had h found fOd Mr Ira Dorothy Drolh lawson IAwr the theyoung lI theyoung
young I Nashville NhlI N C woman wonan who wa wastranded w wIde wasstranded
stranded Ide in the Pennsjrlvaia Pnla Rirr Railroadstation Railroad Railroadstation
station a o Jersey Jey City ell on o Friday ridy and a wh whescaped who whoeec ho hoN
escaped N eec on Halurday try from trm Mrs 11 Mar MarOofflgon Mary Marylofilgon IarrOID
Oofflgon OID of SI 3 Canton Carlo avenue In whose whosecustody wh whty whocustody
custody ty she wa w placed pl by the Ih police policeMcCallum plO policeMecallum
McCallum klu explained tlp1lnf the th police plO said saidthat ad adtt saidthat
that tt he h reotgnlzvd fClz Mr Ir lAwson r1Iln last Uatevening wtImlnl lastevening
evening Imlnl aa abe a wa Wa was passing i hi his house hou by bythe byIhe bylb
the lb description dHpton of the missing nllna woman wnmaiwhich woan woanwblch womanwhich
which ho h had road in veotenlay tnly morning morningpaper morina morinapapr mornIngspaper
paper He also al r said that he had taken takenthe tak takt takenwoman
ti h
borne borneUeut papr h the t young 0 woman wo back bck to t Mr Ir GofUgons GofUgonsborne Omco OomgonsV OomgonsLiout
Ueut UPt Frank Fr Mba Ifh of the Third Tird Pro Procinct r rciDe Precinet
cinct ciDe V reported r to Capt Cody Cy that th he h wa watokt w wtol waInkS
InkS tol by Mr M Ootagon Omc that tt Mr Lawson Lawsonwaa Lwe
was at the t house bu and a that tt bar ba brother brotherJohn bter bterJo trotherJohn
John Jo Roberta Rte of AbflUe Asheville wa in II New NewYork NewYo NewYork
York tar te Yo and a would old take tocrlofhdulb tocrlofhdulbte takechargeothisdaugh takechargeothisdaughtar charge of bladaugb bladaugbter
terMr Mr Ira Oofflgoa Onlc refused refueecflast fuN but Lt night nllth to talk talkabout tal talkabout
about abt Mr Ira lwl Iawscn dlsappearanea dlpfrM am amrecovery an and andrecovery
recovery rnr Th Te The young one woman woan ia believed bellevetto belee
to be b demented dementedJohn dePII dementedJohn
John Roberts a lawyer lwe of Asheville AhvilloX ahnl
X C called cle at the Third Tr Precinct rfnr station stationlate stationlate taton tatonlate
late last It night nltht and nd told Ueut Uf1 Mohan Iobant a astory astory
story of the wandering of hla hi slater slaterMr sisterMrs
t 111tr
te wandrnj
Mr 11 Lawson lwln He said ad that tt her mint mintliad min mindbad
bad been deranged aa the result tllt of too toodose to tooclose
dose dO application ppllctlon to the I t study tdy of music musicShe mue mue8hf musicShe
8hf She was w taken Ika to St Augustine u UD by I her hermother hrmothtr hermother
mother for a ret It on th the advice dvc < of a pity phylidan ph phld pityiclan
lidan ld and while whllt there Ihtre she disappeared ditappeamwith diPJ d dwllh
with SIr 1W lt belonging belonnl to her hr mother motherShe mOlhrSbe motherShe
She went to Chicago Chlc and d later ll upon upona spenta
apnt apnta
a week at t Atlantic Atato City CIt where wh the H left 11 a asuit aul asuit
suit ul wH case c in a hotel She Sh then stopped stnppeifor flOr1 flOr1to stoppedfor
for to a while whie In a New J York Yo hotel anti anc lefa 11 left lefta
a diamond bracelet Ircltt with wit the hotel hlfll clerk clerkaa IrkIuiy
aa security Iuiy for on unpaid unpad board brd bill bi Mr MrHoberta MrRoberta Ir IrHbrtad
Roberta Hbrtad sold that tt he h received f1ed a telegram telesjroinfrom tlcran tlcrantrm telegramfrom
from trm bi his sister If asking klnR him to semi n her herISO hfr hfrI herso
ISO to the Pennsylvania RaIlroad Jtlroad station stationn taton tatonIn
I In n Jersey City Cltyanl and went then on Saturday Saturdayexpecting Rturllay Rturllayflplnc Saturdayexpecting
expecting to find her herwhen when she he called altd for fortho fortb forthe
the tb money
He spent Saturday afternoon at Bel Belmoot 111moot i imont
le Rtuny 1
moot Park pt thinking that lht she might mlrhttoun he hefound befound
found toun there tbe Her In husband hUlband U II a hook Imokmaker hok hokrnkt hookmaker
maker rnkt lAter rt be learned that hi h sister sisteihad aifrb sisterhid
had b been h picked piekl up en in Jersey trr City Uy and sndhad andhad nd ndha
had Dubaenuentlv ubuntl disappeared from the thehome thehome thehome
home ha of Mr r Oofflgon Omloo Mn I > Robert Hotjertsaid ltlrt ltlrtdd Robertsaid
said dd that Mr 11 I IAWn Lawson < awnn told him she fh spent spentSaturday spentSaturday nt nttur
Saturday night at the te home he of a Mr MrUtore MrsItore 1 1ltre
Utore ltre tur a friend trld at 008 e St Nicholas Ichol ate atenue avemm u unu
nue nu Manhattan aahlta and ad returned rtr to Jersey JerneyCity JerseyCity
City Cty last Jt evening to t find Mr Oofflgon Oofflgonwhose iofflgonwhcee offtaonwhl
whose whl address addl had h sllpned lpfl her mind mindShe mind8b mindShe
She 8b was looking for Mr Ira GoOlgon OmCo home homewhen hom homewhen
when h n McCallum lcllum reoognlred rllr her herPOL1CKVAX hrPOLCllt herPOLICEVtV
nife le Aeeose Ae urn Di of relsoleo Fflellu Assault Atunllli bual bualII
li a Medal ral Man ManBOoorge ManGeorge I IC
C George r R Little Uttt a patrolman patlma attached attachedto attachedt
t to the Kldrldge Idrlda street trt police plO station stationwo alon alonw
w was wo arrested te yesterday t afternoon afenon on a awarrant aarrat awarrant
warrant arrat sworn to by hi hl wife Margaret Margaretalleging Margaretalleging
alcne alleging felonious assault ul Mr Ir Little Littlelaid Ltle Ltleld Utiletold
laid ld Magistrate OReilly Only on olRturday Saturday that thaton
on the day dy ctrto preceding prlal her he husband hubad name to toil
19 il Devoe Dlo Itt street tr et Brooklyn Brly and at first flnitlaid 1m 1mad firstsaid
laid ad ba b would wold choke ck her hr and a later laterthreatened 1I 1Itb laterthreatened
tb threatened d her with lll bi bill revolver rloll Mttle Mttle0aa IUI littlwaiockdupforathmq
waiockdupforathmq 0aa u locked l up for to a tin til in inthe tbe Herbert Herbertitreet Jlt Jlttt HerbertStreet
Street tt police plc station but bt got a bondtman bondtmanIn bondma
In Matty MattyMeagbers lt1 Meagber 1e e a a sodawatey soda water wat maker makerTb me makerThe
Tb Te The Little Ut lived IT at < Clinton Cintoa place placepreM pInesCypress
Cp Cypress > preM Hill Ult but bt hut ha a disagreement disagreementibout dlmt dlmtaut disagreementabout p
about ten te days dya ago Mr f Little 1lll went et to tol toher
he her l r molhr mth horn at the te Deco Do street itreetiddree streetaddress tr
address a taking taklrltherbeelcbt tsklngwithberhereljht with her her eight month monthM mot monthsqkl
qkl M child dlk Little Litl visit on o Friday Fray was with withhe wt withthe
he Intention Itlln of eeeins Ie tb the child cid but Mrs MrsLlttl Mrsutti r
Llttl Ut wouldnt ou1t let Jt him 11 In InLittle InUtUe inUttle
Little baa b been b on the th polio pl < force for for foribout forabut forabout
about abut eight bt yean and I t ii a medal man manfour aaaou manFour
four ou year ago J when hm a he h was ml u attached attacheda atce
t to a tbe Jr Clymer street It station 01 ho rescued rescuedtoman r a awom awoman
woman wom and two t0 children dlnn from frm a burning burningwilding bumie
building bllle in I EUrriaxm rn avenue afue
poniard apl UU I Htmtetr nilf by Ca Calonlo G G10DIo GeeIonio
lonlo del Oludiee Oudk a Spaniard Spr U t s year yearold yearsold er
old ended ede his h life lfe 10 a his hi room rm at a n O Fort FortIreene For FortOrne
Ireene Ore place Brooklyn Bkly lat la night t by bynbollng b
Inhaling 1nla p Illuminating lumnUal gmJBMr plra gas ire nid Mary I Ilclck
McOormlck lclck tb t4 the landlady lnld said Md d that tht Del Deludlo OI OIGludlo DelOiudice
Gludlo Oiudice udlo had h taken te the room rm about abut four fourmonth fo fourmonths
month ago and that tt be b had b always alwa alwael been beenwell beenwail
well el supplied uJIt ac with wit money mo There Tere wen wensome wer weresome
some Ime letter III written wrtl in Spanish HpDlih In the theroom Iberm theroom
room rm but bt nothing ntq that tt enabled loblo the police policeto
to give n a reason I for fo suicide auiddeFell suicideFell udde uddeFel rc
Fell Fel Two T Cterlf awN te i an Atnbtft AtnbtftJama Ar I IJam
Jam J Wel Whelan I U S yean ra old found foU him himself hi himself ¬
self I locked Ib out ot when b h M rtu returned to t hi hiroots bt his hisroot
roots f co 0 the tf fourth fo floor fr of M Mont MonttoreeiT HonEtt Montgoiasry
toreeiT ctreet Jersey Jmy City It early orlmmllC yee yeeUrdoy yr yrtmrdny
Urdoy morning mmllC and ad tried t lo II get In hay hayelimbleg ry rycKtnhteg
cKtnhteg aernes era alrssaft to window windowRe
db a an 81 8lrt tl a wlf
Ett Re H shI m the dark and
H Hpped I a d a dropped drftwo drftwoa two twottaviM twostories
stories a He H Itewufhedoutbsdiy > waa fobed tl out o hadly hs battered Kitteredad fter
ad bra tie H H wa was KHt to the CIty CItyw
KecpMtl 1
TIIBV Tlr TRIES TnlE5 TO 7 KILL 111 RIM 11M It ItTin I InOiTO1 1TIlL
Tin aosTocK aosTocKrelerTlr nOiTO1 siioir siioirPeter fr frPflpr
relerTlr Peter Tle TalerTralner Trainer Tlr Interfere loltleln In a Fight FlhUrlneen Fcht FchtUtHn Fightlirtecen
Urlneen Unebru J bl and a Polar UeaiIn fleer UM UMI fleerinantetIlucbeseTrar
In I inantetIlucbeseTrar an rt ttUth turbe 4 Tear III ll lilsitrmand lilsitrmandSprings rraani rraaniNprmn rm aDd aDdIplDl
Springs IplDl en u Him la 1 Prempt Pmpt Retcne RetcneDucLea Rf RfDut MeeueDuchess
Duchess Dut a lionesa lioo whose wbO temper tmpr has lunnot ba hasnot
not yet become berme dulled dullf with wih much exhibit exhibitIng uhlbl uhlblInc exhiistnj
Inc nj felled rle Peter rftr Taylor her lr trainer trainerduring trlnr trainerduring
during durn one of the performance pronnc before bfor i ilarge a alrl alarge
large lrl Sunday Sund afternoon aflemon crowd crwd at Bo Botocka D Roe Roelocks
locks Ikl animal animl show alO in Dreamland Cone Conelaland Coney ConeyUnd ConeyIsland
Island Und yesterday ry and had hd her he muzzle muzzligroping muwecpnr muzzlegroping
groping for hi hil his throat thrt when hn emergency emergency4nn emranc
non cpnr 0 with wih steel lll spear pe pl r prodded prded her he away awajand awayad awayand
and ad saved Ted the trainer tpne Taylor had hli hlileft hllIn hileft
left arm ar ripped rp yI open pn from fm elbow elb to t wri wriby wrt wrtlJy wrist wristby
by the one vicious Tdou swipe wlp he h received rTe from fronthe frm frmthe fromthe
the Hone HoneThe 10D 10DTe lionessThe
The Te accident acdot took tok place plo at one of th thlate the Ihelte thelate <
late lte afternoon afteron performance prforrnaO when hen the thicircular Ihedrulr thecircular
circular drulr arena arD was w packed pce with apocta apoctator apoctatore
tore tr Taylor came nme on with wih his hi four p lions lloniand 101 101and lionsand
and two bear bn all al new nw to Coney Island lalandand land landand Islandand
and at a It developed delop not well w1 enough enouglacquainted 10uc enoughacquainted
acquainted aculate with Ith one another The lions lloaare 101 101al lionsIre
are all al nearly ney full fl crown the bear b on onof ODe ODeot oneof <
of the cinnamon damoo persuasion pnuon and ad one J Jwhite a awhie awhitepolar
white whie whitepolar plr jwUr are both bt ingenue ingenueAfter In ingnueeAfter ul
After Atte the lb six I animal aml had h ambled ambtathrough amble ambledthrough
through tc the door dor into Int the t1 barred perform performIn pror
In platform pltor and Taylor dressed dr in i icoaturye a attue acostuie
of brilliant had given giveihla givenhis
coaturye brilant newness newoe h cnn cnnhi
his hi whip whp a few preliminary prlmln crackr cc th thlion lh thelions
lion Ion were made to go through their te flr flract tnt tntact first firstact
act It wa Wi not difficult dimcul but Duchess Duchoahowed Dcb Duchessshowed
showed aowe at 1 the beginning bennlnl her teeth teth am amtemper and andmpr andtemper
temper It t occurred or to some ame that th thtioneaa the the10n thelioness <
lioness 10n mpr even overdid oJrdld J Jter > er part par Taylor Tayloiwaa Talorw Taylorwas
was w careful cful not to get It too t does do to her herand herad herand
and ad when the ae sulked ulke at her trick tk th thtrainer Ihtrnr the thetraIner <
trainer trnr did not urge ur her beyond Ime Imehar some somesharp om omaharp <
sharp har stinging tnenp with wih the lash laihTaylor lalhTaylor lashTaylors
Taylor act finishes fnllh with th the formation tormatioiof
of a pyramid by the animals 1rnI ranging ranginiaround rcnc rcncun rangingaround
around un with wih their tber forepaw ro pwa on high hlgbtool hlth hlthIol highstools
stools tool Iol and D Duchess straddling Irdlne the lot loifrom lotrrom lotfrom
from the top lop of two higher hlcbrk hlgbercasks calk our oveitheir ourIheir overtheir
their head hN Yesterday the trainer hat hatdifficulty ha haddiffleulty
difficulty In getting fttlna time tle three th lion Ion be betide b beside
tide id Ducheen lch to keep k p their tPr positions ponltlonWhen plton positionsWhuen
When he had them standing atlnt mlemnl mlemnlwith solemnly IItmnlywih solemnlywith
with wih their Ihfr lwi > w folded rolt atop atof the Ihl painted palntetbarrel palnlll palnlllhal1 paintedbarrels
barrel hal1 Taylor went after ler the big polar polaib pla polarbear
b bear ar arThe
ar arTe The Te whip snapped and the big hl while whilitioar whi whileIwsar
tioar I went w nt lumbering nrp to his hi place plaC Hut Rulaa Hutas ut utu
aa hn h pawed the two elevated elnale casks or orwhich 01 onwhich
which J Duchess stood 101 snarling llnrlt the thilionew thf thelioness
lioness 10n reached rbf down with wih a lightning lightnlnidrop Ilhtlne Ilhtlnedrp lightningdrop
drop drp of her b IW w and raked rakpl the hear boaiaero br brI hearnero
aero I the Ih back Ik He le Ii an immediately lmmlllely lifteiiup lifted lfed lfedup liftedup
up hi bias snout out and an baird ht hi his tn tlh > th In chat challence cballen chattene
lence lenceIliat len teneilust
lenI Iliat I ht was a nnouffh for Duchess DIh 8h 8hdropptil Rhl She Shedropped
dropped drlJ1 down do from rrm her perch prb and rl went wentright wentrlthl wentright
right rlthl after the bear hPr who whl settled Nttll hack on onhi onhi onhue
hi hue hunch with paw poised pci for the theilnfenc thedttnl theut4sanca
ilnfenc dttnl Th Trt There r was wa a restless 11 stir tlr among amongtha amoncIh amongthe
the Ih other Ilhtr animals anln1 in their place plao ai aiDiiclinM asIuichioas
DiiclinM 111 K IU gave a sharp hr catlike tlk yell tl and andclnmi andclosed nd ndcM
closed with the aristocrat rlot from trm the north northTaylor northTlor northTaylor
cM Taylor who wlo wait w on that other side al ol ollh orIb111ramld ofthe
lh Ib111ramld the pyramid when whl the light heRanjumpedaround heRanjumped began4umpedaround
around rolnd am ar Into th Ibt the fdt middle middll 1lltjurnp of it I lie 11 lieIaooted Ilnlioolrd
lioolrd hooll thn Ih bear In the Ib snout and an then thenbngan thenbegan
began to lay about the Ihl flank nnk of the thelion IhehOI theIto
lion hOI Ito 11 with Hh hi ii hIs whip Several tyrl times 11m the thel Ih Ihla thelash
l la lash > l 1 < irM nl and nd bit bt into the tb sleek alfk hid of oftho ofthat
that th irritable lady l from rrm Bechuanalaiul BechuanalaiulSho unalll unalllI I
She Ml I the th third tblnf sting aU ni and a broke away awayfrom awayfrom wyfrom
from the II boar ln Instantly InstantlyThere tantly tantlyThere lant
There Th was w a yellow streak tr of thoruclly thorucllyma thoroughly thoroughlymad
mad ma IIOIICM 101 lions a harking haklo roar rr and II Taylor Taylorwent TayJr TayJrwnt Taylorwent
went ten feet rft and moreacalnst moant the lb railing railingDuchoM rnaUuht rattlingDuchess
Duchess Uuht had ha an nuen nln on her hInd Ilnel < l legs for forjust rorllt forJust
just a fraction tracton of a second and anl had hadlaunched hadauncr hadlaunched
launched llt her ht right rw W at lt the I trainer trainerwith trnr trainerwith I
with wh auncr all Al th the form Ion behind Ilhlnd her tensed termodmuiclrt lt tensedmuscles
muscles mll The 111f claws dWI rakfd rk away wy the thewhole tbflwholt thewhole
whole arm ar of o the tf candy IId1 uniform unronn and an those thosewtio Iho thoseirho
wtio wo were Wlr sitting down In the front rrnt seats seatscould seatscould 1 1tul
could tul eeo the Ibe1 red gouts KoUI that jumped from fromtbe trm trmthe fromthe
the white whl of the Ib uncovered unNre skin ekinTbe Ikln skinThe jllmp
The Te instant tnt o that tt Taylor 1alor fell tel his hi whip whipflying whipnmC whipflying
flying far la from lr him and aa his hi head nodding noddingfrom ndinc ndinclr noddingfrom
from lr Ilrtl partial rtlal insensibility IDnlblty the th lion lionewss llonw lionws
wss w on o him hi her front trnt f ttet < et pinning hi hicbnst hiet his hischest
chest down a u a cat pin pins a mouse mouseThere moU mouseThere
et There Tfr were Wft shrieks alflk and a clamor clr from fromthe tr fromthe
the th spectators IJltor Those 11 directly dlfU in front frontof
of the Ih ted arena na jumped to their tir feet feettheir rlttlr feettheir
their ttlr hands han tle over their eyes f and rushed rushedon rultd I Ion
on the heels h t of those thO behind hlnd them thCm already alreadynuking alreadymaking Ifay Ifaynkinc
nuking nkinc for the th exits One O man m ran down downto downtothe
to tothe the tle Me Ie of the Ib crating itn and a jabbed jabbedthe bl
the lioneM 10n time and again ain with wih his hi um umbrella u urnbrail ¬
brail 1ffII yelling 1elli and a cursing clliD at t her herHardly htrlaly herhIsrdiy
Hardly laly hail Duchess Dr pushed puAId Taylor Taylorto
to the lh floor nor when wln the getaway ltw1 door dor at t the thebock theb thebck
bock b of the te cage opened opnl and d ralkendorph ralkendorphone falkeorh falkeorhone
one of Hostocka Ilo Ct trainer talnf and d Jack Jacklionavlta JA Jadilionavita
lionavlta llllt who lost Jt his right rllht arm a in the Iholion tl thelion
lion ho Baltimore tlnore mouth soveral laral y year YMraal yearago ars arsago
ago rushed mhf in with wit revolvers relolnf cocked cocknilalkendorph cd cdhlkmdorh cockedaikendorph
al lalkendorph hlkmdorh carried tlLrrll a sharp steel Itll trident tridentin tmt tmtI
in I his hi left hand hd and a1 this ho h ha drove dle into intothe Inl intothe
the flank fk of the th lioness lo until uni the th blood bloodMowed blo bloodflowed
Mowed nowf It I took tok just ust two prods pr then thenDuchesa t thenDuchesa
Duchesa Dc leapni 11 Off o the te trainer triner body bodyand bdy bdyn Ixxiyand
and over Olflr to the thO opposite side i of the te cage cagewhere cagewhere
where wh n she bt crouched lcl opJIe hinting and ad spitting spittingThe Ipltnc IpltncTe I
The Te trainer lralnt carried Cm Taylor out 011 of the thecaceandl theAI thecage
cage caceandl and Ir IrEJ > r K t J Nanh Nashwholivcs h who livwi lv nearby nearbywas nr by byw
was w AI hurried nrrild to his h hi bedside Ilide in the th llostock llostockquarter lltok lltokquartff Hostockquarters
quarter quartff Tbo 1 Tb physician pbicn caut tlLuteril cauterized ri < d the therip I therip
rip in Taylors Talor arm nn that thI the tb liones lionesciaw IID lionesss lionesssIaws
cw rip ciaw had mode and Inel then tll sowed IM them Ih up upHe UIIlt upIfta
He lt said Md thatunle thatunl blood blod poisoning pllng follow followTaylor rolow rolowTylor followsTaylor
Taylor will walflr suffer no serious iou consequence consequenceafithe rneum rneumorehe consequencesofithe
afithe orehe experience experiencenorKnrrnorEMRSic nprlmc nprlmc4lmr experiencesnolrinErIIOPEVARSSCtXAis
norKnrrnorEMRSic 4lmr snolrinErIIOPEVARSSCtXAisProf In rr nopr J tRSCI1 tRSCI1Io iv IM IMrrof
rrof Io l lAwsiIs < well Phots PDtM reaitneed COin II Monte ffemeKkeptlrslle MonteSkepticslie e eNkftlUe
Kkeptlrslle NkftlUe I Ii After Afff the Comet New NewIrof NewProf w wPrITA
Irof Percival PrITA Ix llI Lowell > well who ha I an a ob oborvatory ob obserratory
orvatory 4tO at Flagstaff nAit Arizona Arzn anSI anl who whoUncovered whodr whodiscovered
Uncovered dr not Dt long ago more mof canal < I and andlino ad adIJ andalso
also IJ vapor Tp on Mars 1 returned rtured yesterday yesterdayiboard yesterdayaboard teny tenyab
aboard ab the American AmercllfT liner Sew eor York from fromEurope frm frmEurp frontEuropawhere
Eurp Europawhere Europe where wht he h hahn has l spent pnt the tbelt lost several severalmonth severalmonths vr
month lecturing ftDa about ut the red r planet plnet plnetalle and andgiTMentlng andpresenting
presenting alle hU hl theories trlfthern thereon Ho 10 wu wuiccompanied wuIpIPI wasaccompanied
hi wife who Mis MisConstance MisConstance
accompanied IpIPI by hi wie wh was II
Cla Constance Savage 8Aa1 Keith of Boston Btoa He Heis H Ht HIs
t Is is a Bostonian tonla and ad nonresident nnorlent professor professorf prfeur prfeurot
ot > f astronomy utnomy in the Massachusetts 4chut In Inititute InaUlute InstAtute
stAtute of Technology TechnologyIn Teholol
In his ht lecture leturl before hro scientific eleallo societies societiesmd altt
md ad Institution lntltuton In a Berlin Bln Paris Pai London Londonmd Lndon Lndonad Londonand
md other cities the other side the
ad othe cltl o te pro professor pr professor ¬
ff fessor wa received Iyl with llh enthusiasm enthusiasmScientific entul enthusiasmScientIfic
8latt Scientific men of distinction dltlton who ho had hadwen hd hdbn hadbeen
bn been wen skeptical fett about the te existence oltnc of ofanal ofcaDon ofcanals
caDon canals anal on Mar Ma told tl bun hi they th were r con conYI conSvinoed conrinced
rinced YI otherwise other after afle they ty bad h looked lookedit loke
at it po photographs taken tD at FUgtaT Fptal The Thenufetsora T Theprofessors
professors prtr impression fprlon seemed Imed to t be b that thati tt tth thathe
h he i bad banished ble doubt from fr the European Europeancitntifto Eupaa EupaaIttUlo Europeanscientific
scientific IttUlo mind mlel In regard p to t the reality ralty of ofbe oft ofthe I
be canal canalTh canalThe
t C
Th e professor pftr wa reluctant nlutt to t talk talkbout tk tkaut talkabout
bout aut the t comet cet Although athoU be admitted admittedhat admit admittedthatafterpaturningtohhbote
tt thatafterpaturningtohhbote hat after ae returning rrlnl to t hi hl home h In I Boston Bostonie
h be ie would oul go out ot to Flagstaff and study
he th visitor until Wtt it got out ot of sight euy lie
lid di say that tht there th would old be b no terrestrial terrestrialesulta tert terrestjajresult Idt le
result rt from fr the t earths nr contact ct with li the theometary th tho thecometary
ometary o cases Cabin Cin passenger by
the be New Ne ew York Yor so said ae the U professor pf pnp r nve nveome GyeI ye yesome
some I open air talk tb about abt the ti comet cometa c
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position where where he could systematize s stemalze methods mrthos and ac accounts account accounts ¬
counts count keep k ep the wheels wheel running rnnng properly or look lok after the thework theork thework
work ork of some me busy manager managerwho who is away much of tho tholime th thlime thilime
lime Fifteen years managr of experience backedlby backed by a technical technicaleducation technicalrduc3tion technicaleducation
education can produce results rsuls expnenc worth considering Let me metake meIke nt nttake
take Ike the matter mater prouce up in person prsn if you are interested interestedAddress inlerestet t tAddress m
I Address Addr H ju R 20 Broad Brd St St Room Rom 2014 101 New York Cltj CII
Talk Tl la t the te American ADel title Alliance laN Wit WitN With WithN It
N Lefaettefavy tratUeln and a Henry le dews ClewiBeth CI CItb dewsDstb
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Senator Rnatr Robert Rbr M 1 Owen Oen of Oklahoma OkUbomtold Oklom Oklahomatold
told tld an audience audec gathered yesterday yesterdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon tery teryatternon
afternoon atternon at the Columbia Columba Theatre under undetbe undrrte underthe
the te auspice of the American Amercn Civic Clro Alll Alllance Al Alllsacs
sacs anc auapO that tht the aim am of fhe f insurgent InuCat a aWashington at atWUhlDcon atWashington
Washington WUhlDcon was w to bring brtc about abut hone honegovernment hontt honttcnrtnt honest honestgovernment
government cnrtnt within witn their party pary alone I Ithey It Itthey ifthey
they could cld but bt in conjunction oJuoclon with lh th thDemocrat te teDmt the theDemocrat
Democrat Dmt if they had to toIt ton toIt
It wa not a large IrC audience aueao that tht gtth gtthered pthr gsthcrud
crud r to t hear the te Oklahoman Oklom TheAmeri TheAmerican Te The A Amen Amencan r
can c Civio Cro Alliance Alic I is a body br over ole which whldX whichN
N LafayetteSavay WaJtesY used U to preside prde am amwhich and andwhich D
which hch at a recent nt convention undertook undertooklo undro
lo t corral eorl under ter its It organization oration all of th thdvio the thedTo thecivIc
civIc dTo aodetiee aeUO of the country cnt henry HenrjClaw len lenCew henryClew
Claw Cew presided prded at t yesterday try meeting meetingAfter meetng meetngAtr meetingAfter
had delia dellvered deliaered
After Atr Mr LafayetteSavay WaJtey h delyo delyor
ered r a lengthy address ad upon upn The Te Spirit Bplriof Sprt Sprtof Spiritof
of the Time TmO ilr 1r Clew Introduced IntuO ttt tttSenator lh the theSenator <
Senator SDto from frm Oklahoma Oklhorn aa one who could ooulitell couldlel couldtell
tell lel a New e York or audience audlno something Imfthlna net netand ntaa newand
and aa informing Ilorn about abt that mysterious mytteriouibody IDtoa IDtoaby mysteriousbody
body by In Congress Cni which whle was doing doag thingunder thing tlDI thingsunder
under unde the te name ome of Insurgents InsurgentsThe lnrfnt
The insurgent luurat In the te lit Senate Snate and d ih ihHouse the theUO thelions <
House UO of Representative pfntatnl represent t tprotest a aprtt aprotest
protest prtt of Intelligent In Urnt patriotism ptoUr again againa apMt apMta againsta
a leadership ledlrp inspired 11pr1 by special epl privi privitege prYI prYIlep privileg
leg mid Senator Stor Owen by b way of in inInduction Inlruco introduction
Induction lruco The Tl greatest Cltl evil eT of th thGovernment the IheUonrnmrot theGovernm <
Government nt of the United tnt State 8tI na national nation onUonal
tional tion State 8ta1 and municipal mlndpl I is the th t tc tcptnt too toopotent < x xpotent
ptnt potent influence InfuenOl of commercial commtmll intereebover Interests IntI IntIor Interestsover
over the party prty organization party man managemcnt m mfmmt manegernent
agemcnt fmmt and consequent oo uent control contrl of boa Ooveminent 00 00Pflnt boaernrnent
eminent Pflnt It i II just jut this Influence Innlnc which whiclthe whic whichha
the tt ha Insurgent IMllrl combat combatWhw tOmbt combatThen
Then Wh n Robert br M I La L Follette YolIlle began pn pnan ai aian asan
an Insurgent Inlllrjnt in Wisconsin 18nln he did 8 en n on orthe onth onthe
the th theory that the thl great It body hy of th thRepublican thItphltr the theRepublicans
Republican of Wisconsin were Wfl honest honestthat honHttt honestthat
Itphltr Mn
that tt the tb4lHdtip leadership was WI not honest but was waiworking WIwondue wasworking
working corruptly and In partnership partnershipwith parl eb
with special ppal privilege prile exploiting tsplotnlt the thepeople tht thtP thepeople
people l nf tbe State ta He determined dfllrnl not nota nott notto
t to a abandon andon the te party py but to drive dv the cur corrupt or orrupt currupt ¬
rupt leadership out of It I It wa w was a hard hardmttle hardtle hardbattle
battle tle and aliit it has ha not yet tt fully fIIYIIce succeeded succeededhut ucceededmt
hut mt many tUlY victories for the doctrine of ofngtiteotuneM ofrighlfOlUlnfM ofrighteousness
righteousness and the Ih peoples right righthave rightehaVl rightshave
have l been wn won wonWhen 1IIonho wonWhen
When ho Senators Dolliver and nd Cum Cummin Cummin Cummint ¬
min of r low Hri IInlow Uiw of Kansas Kan and andCtapp endClapp andClspp
Ctapp and Velson nf Minnesota faced t the thecaptain lit litClIotall11t thecaptains
captain of the Senate on the Ih latu III tariff tariffbill larlllbill tariffbill
bill it wan a conflict between h the th r repre representatives pr prsontative 1 1ntAUI
sontative ntAUI of the iieople ItIO ovle le of th the Repub Republican RepublIan Republican ¬
lican ranks raa of Iowa 10 Kansas and Minne Minnesota Minnenta lInnota ¬
sota ta and nd the th repre relntall entative of I thai lhttinschinn Ih Ihtochin thaimachine
machine of lUiodo Island Majwachuont Majwachuontand
and other machine State engaged in inpromoting Inpromolinc Inpromoting
promoting special interN at t the et etpeno elIn expanic >
panic In of the people When Victor Mur Murdock JdurlOtk kiurdock
dock Norris orr and Cooper and the insur insurgent naurpnto insurgenii ¬
gent of the House faced Speaker alrer Cannon Cannonand CaDnonand Cannonand
and his hi Commute on Rule they th repre represented reprosented pre prenttd ¬
sented nttd the protest of the people behind behindthem heMndthm behindthem
them against the Ironclad rule of the themnrhln IherMrhl themachine
machine which had placed the judgment judgmentand judKmDtInd
Ind I and th t the conscience of the party In power powerIn
In the HOIIM 1101 in th the keeping of 0 one man manwho mnwho manwho
who wo regarded by them a as safe and andane 1111 1111NII andsane
sane aneThat That man U safer and saner now nowHi nowHis
Hi His commercial and political allies have haverapidly bnpldly haverapidly I
rapidly become safer tr and nd saner nr also sUoSenator aroHtonator alsoHenttor
Senator Owen then put t before hi his au audience sodienee u urll
dience rll categorically t rnriCall just what in hi hiconception his hiliootKtfIIlon hisconception
conception the insurgent stood for fcrHf rern forS
Hf n recited their platform tersely thus thusThe tbUIIThP thusThe
The Insurgent in Congress Coo represent representa
a protest of the people against the rule ruleof ruleot ruleof
of the th few r they represent a protest of ofrighteoufnem otrllthlNlUfn ofrighteounee4i
righteoufnem and fair dealing against againstth
th the > craft and sordid meanneM meann nf special specialprivilege aptCialprlllIep specialprivilege
privilege intrenched by possession Ion of the tbemachinery themachln themachinery
machinery machln of a great party They Tb repre represent reprosent pre preat ¬
sent at lower prier for the people against againsthigher acalnstblKhr againsthIgher
higher price for monopoly
The insurgent stand for reform and andan tIdtI andan
an improved condition within the rank rankof ranklor
of the Republican party if that be pos possible poaplhle pospihle ¬
sible They Tht1 are marching < steadily in the thndirection thfldrfctlon thedirection
direction of 0 the rule of the people against ogalnnthe
the ruin of the Ih few The chief Insurgent Insurgentbelieve InwrcrnbobeUeve Insurgentbelieve
believe cordially in thi tb election of Sena Senatort ffonalor Senatori
tort by direct TOt of the people they they111ev
Iwllevo In the tit Initiative and referendum referendumthn
the mandatory primary honesty registra registration rettratlon
tion the th Australian AutrallanbrLllot ballot and a fair faircount talrrounl faircount
count in tl timi corrupt practice practlfOlAd net In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the right of recall The distinctive badge badgeof bad bador
of Insurgency IlUIur 1IC is integrity and courage courageunder COUf1lElunder courageunder
under difficulties difficultiesTbe dlll1ultlI
The speaker lI kfT said Id that the regular regularof eularlor
of the Republican party in Congress Longreasupport ConptWaaupport Congresssupport
support special lal privilege high tariff tarifftha tarilrth tariffthe
the th cutting off of foreign competition competitionTbey
They are opposed he said to election of ofSenator ofStnatora ofSenators
Senator by direct vote the mandatory mandatoryprimary manda mandaprimarr mandatoryprimary
primary and in abort everything that thattbo thAtthe thatthe
the insurgent sponsor naor They are too toocrafty toocrofty
crafty said tbe Senator from Oklahoma Oklahomato
to ezpree exp this opposition by word ord of ofmouth ormouth ofmouth
mouth eicept when heD driven to it to They
let I their sentiment be known by the way
they vote and by crafty craft opposition oppositionSenator oppouloa8flnator opposltiontteuator
Senator Owen referred to the speech speechmade speechtoad h
made on May S by Senator Jonathan
Bourne on the Oregon law Ia a u the best bestspeech beatapeoch bestspeech
speech on good government ever made madein
in Congress The State government of
Oregon said he h represented all that thatthe
lilt th the Insurgent stood for forBoth torBoth forBoth
Both parties are affected d by machine machinepolitic mchinepolilica machinepolitics
politic laid Senator Owen and the theparty thepart theparty
part party in power infinitely more because becausethe
the party In 0 powergmn deliver the reward rewardof
of corrupt bargaining and the minority minorityparty mlnoritpart minorityparty
part party cannot Corruption In publIc life lit lifesnows e
know noauch DO auch thing a as party It i ID a aqueatioo aqUMtloo aopportunity
queatioo of opportunity opport ty sad of of o oppor opportunity opporSAIl ¬
tunity alone aloneAll
SAIl All I honor to the tjt lnaurx Insurgents nta who ho are aremaking IUIof aremaking
making 1 a pllanthiflaht gallant fight for the purging purginof
of the party to which b they thu belong All A
honor to the Democrat who refute to torecognise t4noopbo torecognize
recognize or connive canal at organized ras rassality taeaRly
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reported uprising inl of the Pueblo Indiana Indianalie
lie telegraphed telegraphedReached tlcra teIegranihn1Rrschotl hed hed1Nohorf
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quiet No trouble among amon the Indians Indianso
to o cause alarm The militia only got gotart ROtfIjIr mt mtflart
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