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ISO 20 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 2719O6aTWELV 1906 1906TWELV TWELVf PAGES ONE CENT
COURT THROWS OUT OIITLEAGUE I
LEAGUE MIEES1 MIEES1Tew NOMINEES NOMINEESfer
Few Independent Candidates CandidatesM pall CanlidatesWill lidates lidateswn <
M Be Je on the Ticket Ticketrl Tkket1AMANYis i iijority
rl 1AMANYis rn A TfIS THEGAINElt THEGAINElt11jnrit PItIcTAJNFll3I1jQrity
I1jQrity 11jnrit ijority of Those ThoscDlOlJlcd Dropped Arc AicLabor MCLnlJol ArcLaijoi
Labor Supporters SupportersOnly SUIl ortcls ortclsUnly >
Only iiIy Six Six X Names ames Il1 C Will ill Appear Under UnderIndependence lnderIndcpcndeu tnIcrIndcpcndcnc
Independence t Unihlcm mlJlent for Local LocalOtBces LocalOffices LocalOtUcesIlcnxie3t
Offices OtUcesIlcnxie3t Heaviest Day of Betting BettingSince UcitingSinccCamPain cHln cHlnSince
Since SinccCamPain Campnijrn Opened TTith Odds Oddsiof Odd Oddnf Oddsof
of r to RulinB UuUnJDoth Both Candidates CandidatesAddress Candldntcsehhc CandtdntcdI1rcsM
Address ehhc J Large Crowd ITpstate ITpstateNew UpPltnteNe 1JptnteNew
New Ne Yerk Oct 3SThe The appellate peIate dti dtisiMi dhiofJ kvIis
siMi is ofJ oCth oC the SupreMe Court handed down downa
a L dwIiiMi In the contested nonHnmtion nonHnmtioncasec ISIn4naUORca tl lt ltcas
casec ca Qilc after on that sweeps sweei out of oftWs orttdl Ofihi
tWs ihi eleettoii Rrl aarly rIy all 11 the Congressional Congressionalsenatorial Con Conatonal
senatorial me atodal and assembly bly candidates caaddst nom nominated IIOntI tOHInted ¬
inated I by the Independence League I in inthis In1JMI IntJs
this tJs county The Independence League Leaguenomination Lea1UcJMHIIlnaUeIl League4NgInatn
nomination of r Judge Rosatoky is upheld upheldThe id idrte
1 The e decMon of the election tlCC Oft beard beardthrowing hoa hoatlu beatknwIng
throwing tlu wJng out the Independence cknee League LeaguenonHnation LeasuoJ1CIIPInatioA LeaguenaUoa
nonHnation of Ot c ThomM Tho Rock Is upheld upheldRack lpheldRock uphe3dThk
Rack sttU sttUJtoIds hoWs the Republican nomlna nomlnathm DOmInathMt nomina1km
thm thMt 1km HgaimK K 1Mt Thomas P t Grady An ap appeal ap apQI appeal ¬
peal of efaJ nit the cases C3 passed upon wIlt be betah4p beta 1 1taXp
tah4p ta t at wUse t4 Court 4ourto of A Appeals at Albany AlbanyThe 4UbMYmc URYnc
The CtongreaofcHial oS Os EreeI4aI senate e and assem assembly m mbl7 ¬
bly 11 onndMates adMtes are removed from run running runn running ¬
ning n technically tedtwlJea I Positions authorIzed by bythe b bthe bthe
the Indf IIM Ipoadenee Penee ndencft League J were ctrcuMUed ctrcuMUedplacing rftuhttedpladueift cbuhU cbuhUplactn
placing pladueift plactn IM nomination iflation candidates for or three threeoUtees threeo threeoIbceu
oUtees o Kaeh of the petitions were 1I s III edby dedi ed edby
by i lCSf 1 voters votersSeparate telS telSScparatc voteraSeparate
Separate Iiidorseiucntx Aeedcd AeedcdThe tecleclThe eedcdThe
The fa kw ntw requires lint each candidate candidatenominated caaddatnomhiated Ddtdat DdtdatnomItIaWd
nominated by petition must t be indorsed indorsedby JndorBfdby Indorcdby
by UK 1001I vours The court holds that thatwhere thatWIMIft thatwbert
where more than one man wns nominated nominatedon
on o 01 a potldon each man ia held to receive receiveoflr IfCeivcINt rceIvcPIPU
oflr MB ppoportionate INt PIPU pertiORte ° IM share oC the 1099 1099stsanvtw 10INl 1UJPot
stsanvtw l n For Instance If there were weretw weret
t tw upaafntM eMl each Is credited teclwtlb with only onlySAl oatyEM onlyrpere
SAl v nrpers INI1 and if three each recetvoB recetvoBi reeftvoafdtt
i fVdff fdtt fsr f only J = 33 15 1 iodorsers iodorsersIn 11MIencnlJI
In rvcognhnng fft as legal the nominations nominationsof iuminatIonf
of f Matthew aU1Iew P Breen and Judge Jswe Jswesky Reeal Reealsk R I Ifk
sk fk th the appellate dll dhIMOn 1on km upholde the thecontentton theoeatea thecosteatlqn
contentton oeatea of the Independence Inde League Leaguethat Leaguet Leaguethat
that t bat m a it in Ii a corporation the executive executivettnnJUee e executivettamittme eevttvetvu
tvu ttamittme ttnnJUee has the right ri t to say who shall shallbe shaUbe ahallbe
be on He ticket ticketThere tiekPLTWre ticketmete
There will he only six names under the theIndependence tlMI theJudependosice
Independence I League emblem for local localofficers localeer
0 officers eer These I1Iftcre are Francis Burton HAm Harris HAmfIOII
s fIOII oI on for Congress Conffre hi the Sixteenth SixteenthJasM SlxtefttbJ SixteenthJaen
JasM J J 1 Prawley Pnawle in the t Twentieth T tieth een senit eentertat eenatedill
tertat it rfal Leo topokl oid A Prince P in the theTwontysfxth theTwtllttrstxtb theTwontyxh
Twontysfxth assembly p Jy James A Qanly Qanlyin Gemrin GanlyIn
in the Twentyfourth assembly u John JohnC JoII JoIICe1l JohnC
Ce1l C taa 4ah ltliii a in the Twentysecond TwtnQ noun senatorteU NIUIIUId nountIul
torteU tIul and A i OoMberg in the t Blgh BlghJ Ja Jatlftt L Llomth
tlftt lomth tit 1I anfMhiy anfMhiyIrtlcall ItIJ ItIJr
J Irtlcall raatlcttlly r SICBJb Sweeps Ticket Off OffThe OffThe
1 The ie jlecMoB 1ua prae hMDHy swaatti wae oC e the theticket utidlet t ttlut
ticket all the theJN1y purely Indepen4knce IptDlt Ce Leneue Leneuecamiwaics L Lea LPguecaI
ea caI camiwaics aLea for o oi ee to be voted for tOrII by bydhntfs bY4Istn
dhntfs II and leaving vI a clear Held for the theTammany theTam theTamnaay
Tammany Tam < 1IY candidates ealMlkiat including mchl Congress Congressmen C CmeJL CongreusThe ¬
men menTh
meJLtkket
Th The lud Judiciary clry tkket put together lh by byMurphy hyJohrphy byMurphy
Murphy and Hearst H rst will stand m all cams camswith caeswith canoewith
with the exception of John J 1 Brady who whowae whowu whowan
wan suggested by Murphy urpl but not in indorsed ind ind ¬
dorsed d ned by the Heart Hr t people and 1 Francis FrancisS
S MeAvor th Tammany T1uaJMn candidate for forjudge forj toeof
judge j of the Court of General Gmeralb Sessions SessionsHath SesslonuBath
Hath b MrAvoy JikA TOY and Brady will however howeverremain howeverrein howeverremain
remain on the regular 1C lar Democratic ticket ticketbut tlckEtbut tickoLbut
but they will 111 not be permitted to put their theirmunen theirr theirnaes
munen under r the emblem of the tbeA league leaguewhich leagueMclt
which A Mclt wW donbUes cost them thousands thousandsof
of vntes vntes9nt
of1JItttlw
9nt 1JItttlw Nt the ones who are hit hardest are arethese aret arethose
these t candidates who ho sonant t to run on onthe ORtlHt onthe
the Independence League ticket alone aloneand alonea aloneai4
and a they will rrry IT the matter matl te the theCourt tbeCaurt thesuet
Court suet of Appeals A II It is said that a sp ape special apec1 1 1rt4
rt4 session of that court urt will be held at atAlbany atJtMm atUhouy
Albany JtMm on Monday for the purpose e of de deriding M Md docidhig ¬
riding d these cases finally and that a affneetfy a1lflcody
ffneetfy decision will 111 be reached readiedoR reachedtft reached0ta
0ta tft oR t of the candidate thrown out are arelabor aNlalMJr arelahec
labor men and many of their followers followersare followersa followersarSlIgrY
a arSlIgrY are angry Faying ttayln that they have been bHIt be beyed betryed
t tryed < yed by b the Hearst people They de dere de detf decre
cre re that the Independence Ie nd6ftCe League had hadnever had111fti hadnver
never 111fti intended Jnt nded to deal squarely with withthem witht withtiusu
them t and this poems to b be borne out by bythe b bytlu
the 11 tlu statement of Daniel A A Cobaktn the theTynunany thormman7 thernmny
Tynunany lawyer who assured the execu executive e oxeculive < ecu ecu11ft ¬
live committee of that organization that thattNe Utat1Ce thatio
tNe 1Ce managers r of the league made no treu trouble treubit treubl ¬
bit bl for him at ail when the light gbt against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the petitions for Independence nomina nominations nomlnaU ¬
tions U sis came up upOf upOf upof
Of the seventythree cases that were weretested were1ft weretteil
tested tteil in the court tOUrt over M per cent of oftftjo oft oftbc
tftjo t straight t Independence League peti petitions petitt petitI ¬
tt tions were fte thrown throw out out leaving vllag the league leaguecHtttmn leasuetIc1ny leagueNIwlm
cHtttmn practically tIc1ny vacant except for the theS theS9te the9Ate
S S9te Ma and judicial nominees Some of ofthe oftile ofthe
the Tammany candidate profited greatly greatlyby rrtlyby greatlyby
by the decision decisionBIFect decisioni8ffect ft ftDlfect
BIFect on Labor Vote VoteThere VoteThere ote oteThere
There is some guessing as to what ef effect etI offe ¬
fect I fe the decision will have upon the labor laborvote laborvet laborvte
vote vet for r fo Hearst 1I nrat nrt Recently RtCe > nUy he has made madeemtrnwaa HldefIier madeeftsrmons
emtrnwaa fIier gains ga both here and up the theStale theS1I theSte
Stale m ha labor circles on the ground groundthat sroundthat groundthat
that h he was a a loyal friend of organfaed organfaedlabor orsaftbed11tor organinedlabor
labor aad aa l that he bad always stood by bythe byUte bythe
the unions in his h newspapers Since these thesepetitieiig thesepetitions epeUtIo
petitions peUtIo of the Independence League Leaguehave LegHhave Leaguehve
have been in the courts there baa been beenall bNnall beenafl
all kind kt kinds of rumors to the effect that the thecandidates theMUHUte theedj4tes
candidates practically all of whom are areprominent areJHeml areprominent
prominent ellt in labor circle trcJe < were not notUJII get gettins getti
tins UJII ti a rqnare deal and that they were werepot WereMtt wereput
pot up Jest to be knocked down downMany downllaRY downMany
Many Aservtrs aeervars rfrs hare believe that UIa t the thewnste thew thewhale
whale w matter will hurt Hearst with the thelabor tbeJahr theIaPur
labor unions As a the matter stands now nowthey no notbe7 nowthey
they have no representatives on 0 tb the same sameticket sametiekft sameticket
ticket ticketMax tiekftax ticketax
Max ax F Ihmsen Ih Hearsts s campaign campaignmang campalpmanar campaignmangr
mang manar < r announce1 aaneun yesterday that he hehod behod hehod
hod evidence of a a pk plot t on the part of the theRepublicans theRrpubUeans theRpubllcans
Republicans to steal UIlI the election electionChairman electionhalrman olectionhalrman
halrman Woodruff denied this in toto totoTlie totoTIle toteThe
TIle betting tUng was 1 heavier in Wall street streetto streettoJay trce1 trce1toJa
to toJa toJay Jay than on any other day of the cam campaign campaign campsigu ¬
paign The Th real wagers in Wall street streetamount streett streetamount
amount t to 7i 7a06t The betting opened openedat openedat openedat
at i to 2 against Hearst but there was so somock sona sonueh
na mock Hughes H money in sight bitt that the theodde theOfl theodds
odds Ofl were again 2 to 1 when the th market marketckuwd marketclued marketciceed
clued One bet of 1I 2SO 2 GOd on Hughes to toS toon toon
S H on Hearst was w placed placed20OOO
20000 Give Hearst Ovation OvationAlbany OntlonAlbany OvationAlbany
Albany N Y Oct 2SThe me State capita capitatonight eapitaitunlght capitaitonight
tonight received W R R Hearst with open openarms openarms openarms
arms 3 D > 8 people Joining joInl in a street streetdemonstration streetdrmonatraU streetdemonetratlolt
demonstration surpassing any reception receptiontlr receptloftth
tlr candidate has ha yet t encountered up th thCONTINOBD thCO the thecOTIYUlD
CONTINOBD CO TtNtJKD OX o THIRD IAfffS IAfffSnnltluioru IAG IAG3lthnorc PAILfliItlmoru
nnltluioru and Return ReturnBaltimore i iBaltimore 1Baltimore
Baltimore t Ohio R n nvory RI Itvry
I vory Saturday twdfty and Sunday AU trains trainsoth t trinsbth jllS jllSlJot
lJot bth oth h ways wabDUt both days da except Royal Lisa LimLumber LlmLumber LisaItid
Itid
Lumber Trust Broken BrokenAVide Drolnt BrokenW1d
t AVide W1d dt Hoards 5Z S Per IcrIOO IOO ft ftLibbry ftlibbty ftLibbey
Libbry tt Co 8th aU l t and Jld N Y ave
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbiallarylanc1 ColumbiaIarylaIlcl
Maryland and Virginia increas increasing increasing increasing ¬
ing cloudiness today with rain rainbynight rainby raitibynight
bynight by night tomorrow clearing and andco1der andcolder i icolder
colder fresh freshsoutlicrly southerly winds windsTHE windsTHE j jTHE
THE HERALD SUMMARY SUMMARYj SUMMARYTlLgaRAPliIC
j TBIIfiGRArHIC TBIIfiGRArHICPage TlLgaRAPliICPage r IIIGnAPnIG IIIGnAPnIGPage
Page PagelisT Pagelew
lisT 1 lew w Alliance of JSwrepean P Pw Pw1TlllrtJ Pvrus PvrusIThirty vsn vsnlThlrty
lThlrty Duels te 1 Prospect in Havana HtvAALrt HavaaauuLrchist
9 auuLrchist AMurehlst rt Borkwnn Disappears DisappearsMa Disappears3Mnn
3Mnn Ma Sent Nlt by Kxprea Gets Lust Txwt1InOIeted l lJlII Lust3Jailleted
1InOIeted JlII tetod lee Men Ion Get Respite Re Respite4Woasais plte plte4WOIItAft
4 4WOIItAft Woman Saves vea Life of Hasers lIa Vietfan Vietfan5Ntl VictintSadei1
5 Sadei1 5Ntl au1 I W r C T U in Session SessionPOLITICAL SI SIlOLITIOAL SlenFOLITICL
POLITICAL lOLITIOALINew FOLITICLiNew
1 INew New York Y rk Court Decides Dedd Against A IiiIa = In Independence litdependence Jt Jtdep ¬
dependence dep n ettee League Candidates Candidates1TaXt ClutdtdateaITaft candidatesiTart
1TaXt Makes Standpat Speech in Bal Baltimore BaltJHIOIe BsJtimore ¬
timore
LOCAL LOCAL1Metcalf iOCtLiMetcalf 100 I I1leteaU
1Metcalf Goes to Investigate I te Japanese JapaneseTrouble JiJIUIeRTroublf JpeaeeeTmubic
Trouble TroubleSAetaa TroublfAe TmubicAetita
SAetaa Aetita Ae a Bank Officiate OJ clals Under Arrest Arre8tMnI Arrest2Mrs
3 2Mrs Mrs Corbet t and Daughter D aLer Declared DeelaredSM DeslaredSane i iSane
Sane SMHeavy SaneHsavy
3 Heavy Sentences Seut for Criminate Criminate9Washmgton Cr1ftItaabI CriminalssWashIngton
9Washmgton I WU mlton Life Policy Holders Alert Alert13More Alert13More Jer JerlSMore
13More Testimony T tJmony in Case of Dead Bn Bnsfseer Eft Eft1llIeer n ngineer
sfseer 1llIeerBELLAMY gineerBELLA2IIY sfseerBELLAMY
BELLAMY STORER RETURNS RETURNSFormer RETURNSIiormer RETURNSFormer
Former Amliansmlor to Austria o11 tlln Ar Arrives ArrheJil tr trrives ¬
rives in Aeiv en York YorkNew YorkNew 1or 1orNew
New York Ort 1AboanJ Aboard the t French Frenchliner l lItlttr Frenchlitter
liner La Provence in today from Havre Havrewere HavreWete llavrewere
were Bellamy Storer former Anthems Ambassador A Adot Anthemsdoe ¬
dot to AMtna Austria and Mrs Storer Mr MrStorer flStorer MrStorer
Storer refused ed to talk about his retire retirement Rtlnmente retiremeet ¬
meet mentOther menteOther meetOther
Other passengers pIts ngers by the La Provence Provencewere PIMewere Precencswere
were Mrs 1J8 Stanford White White widow of the themurdered tilemurdered themurdered
murdered architect and her son L 1 G GWhite Ghlte GWhite
White hlte who will resume his studies at atHarvard atHarvard atHarvard
Harvard and Mrs Olive Fremstad Freet the thestngw thewho theIngst
stngw Ingst who will appear at the t Metropoli Metropolitan XetJOPflltan Metropolltan ¬
tan Opera Ope House HouseEXPRESS HouseEXPRESS IlouseEXPRESS
EXPRESS PACKAGE WALKS OFF OFFJohann OFFJohann OFFTohann
Johann Is Properly Tagged but butRefuses butRefuses butRefuses
Refuses to Stay Put PutTrncejr PutIrncer PutTracer
Tracer Sent eut Out for 3Inn Who Was AVnsBilled WasBilled ral ralDIUeel
Billed from froj Ilnltimnre to Iltta IlttalitirK lIttsburgliie lCbl lCblImrJlIi
litirK ImrJlIi Ui Wife VIfc Ife AVnni ant Him HimPfttsburg 111111IJtt SlimPittabuig
Pfttsburg IJtt Pa Oct IU 2fc If the Adams AdamBxprew AdamsBx Adamslxpre
Bx lxpre Bxprew Company does not ted a U pack package psckage k ktllat ¬
age that has gone astray astra there tiHnto promises promisesto
to be trouble Mrs In John Schmidt te the theperson tbeMnIOft theperson
person who is g pm tog t to make all the thetrouble tllPtmahle thetrouble
trouble and she has explained exp ttnecl herself so soforcibly 80fordbly soforcibly
forcibly that the officials of the company companyhave e8lll UIJ UIJbavt paayhave
have > sent out a tracer for the tMp overdue overduepackage ovpnluiickage
package p cb nnd are making 1DI every tv J J1JIe pemi pemihi pegs pegshie
hie hi effort emtrtfe to I eaeM < uefc no lip wgi lc lcwife JtT Jtwife Itcome
T
wife lived c In SiSS Haf wanfWto wanfWtocome 0 0eewM
come tjo America AIiMrIea Nt bttt only had money moneyenough moneyenough
enough to nay for one e passage mse So o it itwas ItttfocWed itwas
was decided that Uta t M tn SchmhH snouMI snouMIcome shou shoucome 1IouIIIl
come get l work save money Y and send for forJohann f fTohann feeJohann
Johann perythhig th worked lovely k Two Twomonths Twomontba Twomonths
months sgii s enough money had been been4av 1tfoeftv beenyed
4av v yed < d and d Mrs Schmidt gave it to an anagent antgftlt anagent
agent m hi Allegheny AJ y who bo made all 11 the thearrangement tlMarraa thearrangements
arrangement arraa tJII for fo bringing Johann here hereHe hereHe N NH
He H arrived in Baltimore day before bff re retenia yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdayNow tenia teniaNow terdayNow
Now Johann cannot speak a word of ofEnglish ofE ofEnglish
English E h and so the agent t In Baltimore Da de decided decided decided ¬
cided that the beet thin tktw to do with him himwould himVtOUJeI himwould
would be to send 1dm on to Allegheny by byexpress 1express byexpress
express So a tag was placed on his coat coatand coatancl centand
and h he started Thats the last tteit ha habeen hc hcbeen 4 4bNn
been heard from Johann JohannHe JohamaHe JolsamiHe
He did not arrive on the train that he hewas MwaK hewa
was wa expected Xft to come on and when wit soy several R Rtral soyoral ¬
oral other trains came < in and uttl the thepackage t tupackaf thepsekage
package did not put in I an 11 appearance appearanceMrs RpptaraJKfclrs appearanceNrs
Mrs Schmidt became m alarmed and sought soughtthe t ttbf
I the agent Charles B Wetterhausen felterba Mr MrWeiterhaueen MrVeiterbal MrWetterhauseu
Weiterhaueen ell sent a telegram te to Bald Baltimore BaldaatI llttmore ¬
more and this t le afternoon received the fol following rol1o followlag ¬
lowing 1o reply replyForwarded repi repioolorwanted replyFOrWRYded
Forwarded him by express as per peragreement pMa peragreentetit
agreement a Mcnt Will yQt send a tracer t after him MmWhen himWh81 himWhen
When this information was contributed contributedto
to Mrs lrs Schmidt hmklt she wa was greatly lreaU reliev relieved reev reeved tv tvfd ¬
ed Mr Veiterhausen went personally to tothe tothe Inthe
the various offices of the express com company fOIIIPlIny cornpany ¬
pany and rummaged among llmon all the pack packages pckes mck mckages ¬
ages es but the th one he was looking Iooktn for forwas toenot forwas
was not among them It is believed Uev that thatsome tluusome tluttseine
some mistake was s made in Wiling bUltn Johann JonannHVE JohannFIVE JohannFIVE
FIVE BODIES ARE RE RECOVERED EECOVEREDEight RECOVEREDEhht RECOVEREDEight
Eight Xovr 0U Known to Be Dead in inKnn inKnnNn InKnzisas
Knn KnnNn nH City CIt Fire FireKansas PlreKansas FireKansas
Kansas City Mo > 0 Oct 38 1The The bodies bodiesof bodiesor bodiesUt
of four persona IJeT80 i supposed to be members membersof
of the Winslow family were recovered to today today totiny ¬
day from the rums of the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce Building in Kansas City Kan KanThe KanThe
The bodies all charred beyond recogni recognition recognition recognitiosi ¬
tion were found in the northwest corner cornerof corneror
of the ruins directly under the apart apartments spurtmesits ¬
ments Dlt lls occupied by the family f on the third thirdfloor thirdfloor thirdfloor
floor A piece JH lece of concrete weighing any several anyoral ¬
oral era 1 hundred pounds was lying on top topof topof topof
of the mans body bodyThe bodyThe
The body of An unidentified woman was wastaken 1IIStakfffl wastaken
taken from the basemen i or the rums ruins this thisafternoon Otisafternoon titleafternoon
afternoon afternoonAt afternoonAt afternoonAt
At least eight persons are known kOW to tobe tobe
be dead as a result of o the lire and it Itthoulbt te tethought isthought
thought at least half a dozen more bed bodies 1tOdlea bedfee ¬
lea will be found tomorrow tomorrowWOMAN tomorrowWOMAN tomorrowWOMAN
WOMAN BURNED BUR D TO DEATH DEATHMlHS DEATHUI DEATHMiss
Miss UI Peebles Was aJIII Member of Promi Prominent Prominent Protulneat ¬
nent PItnl PUfIC1urJ urff Family FamiljPittoburg FnmlJ FnmlJPlttaburg FamilyPlttsburg
Pittoburg Pa Oct XJean Jean Peebles Peeblesa
a a wellknown society woman was U burned burnedto
to death today at her home on Penn Pennsylvania Fe FeQhltDia Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue She was cleaning a pair pairof pairof pairof
of gloves Ioves with gasoline when the gaso gasoline tP8caught gasoflee ¬
line caught fire from a gas jet and set sether setIter sethet
her clothes on fire fireMiss AreU lireMiss
Miss U Peebles was a member RJember of one of ofthe erthe ofthe
the oldest and most prominent JIO l families famineain fa fa1ft
in the city She was twentyone years old oldUNION oldUNION oldUNION
UNION RAISES MILK PRICES PRICESSupply PRICESSupply
Supply GOCK oes Ij Up > One Centra Cent 1 Quart Quartlu QuartIn Quartin
In Chicago ChlcnproChicago ChicagoChicago
Chicago Oct 38 IAn An advance 8 vaACe of 1 cent centa oeata centa
a quart for milk delivered hi Chicago Chicagoafter Chicagoafter
after ft r November 1 was decided on yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day by 1 the Retail n an Milk Dealers Associa Association mudatine ¬
tine Consumers ComIum rs who have been paying payingcents payingcents
cents will have to pay 7 and those who irhohave whohave
have beau in a th t the 7ent t class wilt be com compelled cornpolled ¬
polled to give 8 8 the highest b t price ever ererasked everasked
asked in Chicago ChicagoThe CIIIca ChicagoThe
The de4 cftltOl rs MY the Milk Shippers ShippersUnion SIIppenlnfon ShippersUnion
Union will demand 3i l cents more or orfor L3B L3Bfor 1
for an rightgallon can after this tltl month monthHear lHJlatlLIIear monthhear
Hear Dr Kent on Prophet of Anzit Anzitreth nzn nznroth
roth Pythian Temple Sunday Sunclll 1115 1J 1 Free FreeJ Fr FrI
J J H noSmalI IL Small it t son tons Florists FloristsMth Florists14th
I
14th and G sts st bl Washington Wa hin on Waldorf WaldorfAstoria ivaldsrfAstoria
i Astoria Ast rla and 11J5 11 Rrcudway TIrcadw1 New N w York
ILEAVE LEAVE THE TARIFF TARIFFALONE TARIFFI TARIFFALONE TARJIFALONE
I
ALONE SAYS TAFT TAFTi TAFTSeaetary
i Secretary Sc lctal r in First Campaign CampaignSpeecli CaU1IJaignSDeecll CampaigiiS1eCC11
Speecli Defines De ines Issues IssuesEEPHES IssuesREPJlIES IssuesRLEPJJtIJS
EEPHES TO ME EAYffllE EAYffllEDeltoids RA IIAYNERDefiMlds ThTER ThTERDeflmc1s
Deltoids Corporate Wealth As AsNecessary AsNecessal AsNccessary
Necessary Necessal to Prosperity ProsperityAmericana ProRlJelityAmcrlcnn8 Piospeiitytincrlcuns
Americana Who ho Vnnt Work on onPnnntim 011Pnnntl1R onPnnania
Pnnntim Cnnnl Cnn Get K He II De Declnrcs D DlarC1l Beinrcs
clnrcs l hut nt They Cannot Stand the theClimate theClimatePoint theCliniatePoInts
Climate ClimatePoint Polntu to Henr Henrt t and Mar Mnrl Marpliv ur urIh
l Ih pliv Iiy 1reacliIiJK Purity l urlt from the theSniue theSnmc then1u
Sniue n1u IMrttform lrtUormUOnnIJRrtc llonnpnrlc Speaks SpcnkwBaJUinore SpcnklOct SpeaksBaltimore
Baltimore Oct 38 iDomocrath Democrats jostled jostledand jostleda1l4 jcotledand
and eJfeawed wotI Republicans in the crusts nJsh at atthe atUte atthe
the Lyric tonight te l to see and hear It Sec Secretary Secreta Seeretary
reta retary Taft who made his hi first appear appearance appearance ¬
ance in the campaign since his return returnfrom returntnNB returnteem
from Cuba The Democrats had their theircuriosity theirearlit theircuriosity
curiosity earlit saUsited and the Republicans Repwblicanshad
had an opportunity to give 11 vent to their theirenthusiasm theirenthusiasm
enthusiasm enthusiasmThe ent enthusiasmThe
entTIle
The meeting was the feature of the thecampaign thecampaign
campaign in Maryland Mr 1 Bonaparte Bonapartethe
the Secretary of the Navy who will willsoon Willwon
i soon become the Attorney General pre presided nrcsided ¬
I sided and when bea the Secretary of the theNavy theNavy hc
i Navy introduced the Secretary of War Warthe Wari Warthe
i the big cvowd nearly rty raised ed the roof and andboth andboth
both cabinet Oa t ofiieers looked 1eo d supremely supremelyhappy supremelyhappy
i
happy happyThe happyThe
I The ItewtoMcM 1t candidates ealNlltlal for or Congress Congressand COng COngaJICl Congressand
and RepuMtaan Re ofllcWa Including h Iln MayorTluaaus Mayor MayorTlrcaaus
Tlrcaaus got as etas close to 1 the War Seen Secretary SeentarT Snoretry ¬
tarT as they could and showed their ad admiration adwdration admiratlon ¬
miration for M him himItnyner himUnlIer himltnyner
Itnyner Define D finc Attitude AttitudeWhile At1li4eWhile
While the attempt to arrange arra a jcict jcictdebate Jctctbate jclctdebate
debate between betw Senator Raiser And Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Taft failed fat the Maryland Senator SenatorIn
Ii In his speech At the big Democratic moera1e meet meeting modig ¬
ing I mat night declared that on the issue issuewhich l Issuewhich ue ue1rhlcll
which he claimed was developing deveiop sg the II IIpubHcan Ito Itopubilcan
pubHcan party ty Secretary Taft was as asgood sognod
good a Democrat as he meaning that the theSc tJaeWar theSecrIry
Sc SecrIry < cmar > of War favored a radical nHIIealrl re revision revishrn ¬
vision of the tariff tariffThe tarUrThe tar tarIlie
The Democrats tnelndtes tile Mr Rayaer Rayaerbettered Rayaerbelltwftl Iaysserbelieved
bettered that Mr Taft would evade eva < e this thtaquestion tIIJIIuoft thisamotion
question uoft but instead Ja the Secretary ry rythat dented dentedthat defiledthat
that he was opposed to the protective protectivepolicy protettvpolicy ttv ttvOItey °
policy of the RepuMtcaa party part M He dte dtesected dbcte4 disereted
sected and replied to Raywrs Ita argument argumentand arglmotI argumentand
and declared there t were other ways oi oigetting oft otgetting
I
getting t at the t treats t sod regulating them themtlrfttt tJKmua thetaUmn
tlrfttt by changing e the tariff tariffSecretory tartr tariffSecretary <
Secretory r Taft in his bl speech SlK h went nt Into Intoa
a discussion ua of the question of o corporate corporatewealth corporatcWfaJth corporatewealth
wealth and the use us and Abuse of such suchcorporate oehMrpontte suchcorporate
corporate weatta lie Mid that for a anumber aI anumber
number of y yearn trs it had Ita lie been n evident t that thatmeasures tblltdeal thatmeasures
I
measures dealing deal with the proWnn probl were wereeeimaiT wereereasary 8 8l
l eeimaiT tT He lI w a4d the policy of l PIWIt PIWItt itiusdent rwri rwrisVnt
dent t RoosrrcU Il had been M to dories w ways wayssad 1MP y yd
r sad d And ud nea iaas t ito away lQ with IB IBroper dIfI dIfIw lbe lbeab
ab of cnnpoMte w WeP1th 54 d d1MIttM diebemi diebemiL
1MIttM L thme rn mtsa eapiiai eapiiaiproper tat
proper roper taWKment has wsj ssoimor scsjHitr scsjHitrour r fa faaIeD 1 1our
our Union He ft oeetfnd lat iffjen e are areused areto areused
used to dmouneing eornvmte oorpec atl atlWkhout wealth wsakhwHhout wealthwithout
without really knowing what they are a do dota cIo cIoS1URill doSinai
ta
Sinai SnvliiRn nIII Utlllxcd ttllhedor ttJiizcdOne
One of th the Secretarys early itetets 1I in inthis Satblll Inthis
this connection was that by the moans moansof masawof MM MMof
of corporate porate wealth the t saving of a agreat aman a agreat
great many man men ftMO are nuMbed u m In a fund rito fundto fundto
to carry on great enterprises eRt that fwatuii fwatuiitebor hlabor fui fuitahoe
labor reduce the co e t of oCthf production and andthe sadthe
the cost of the emnmodfty emnmodftyAny eti lIMMItty smodltyAny lIMMIttyUAny
UAny Any man naJd the t Secretary of o War AVarwho Warwho ar arwho
who does anything lnyUlt to rM reduce corporate corporatewealth e rporateweanb corporatewealth
wealth Is an arch conspirator conapInt tor against againstth qaanttJwlJ sbmt sbmtthe
th the welfare er f hit fellowman feUowmanHe fellowmanHe IIenHe
He th then n went on to point t out that be between be betw it ittwcetn ¬
tween tw UGH and mi J9K the number of wage wageearnent waceNrM wagemrnera
earnent NrM had hieresmd Md K pw oust and andwages aAdW8 1d 1dwages
wages W8 H had tnereased M l per cent In lae laecUCla re reducing redining ¬
dining cUCla < this w wealth alth It the Secretary MId saidcare MIdn midcare
care n must m be taken tak not to harm 01 or lea lessen iN iNt leaSen ¬
sen the t products t of corporate wealth w wIt wealth1r vcaUhIf
If you hear Ma men denouncing denou trusts or orcorporations orcorporaU0D8 orcorporatlcna
corporations he said and they tell you youthat 3OUthat youthat
that the government entmfDt ha b nothing to do dobut do1tot dobut
but dump them into the ocean ask him himwhat himwhat hintwhat
what h he < means mea by a trust And ask him hhaiwhat himwbat hintwhat
what ft t i II Is I ask for a specification specificationAmerican 8peel spocltleationAmericans catloa catloamerIcnnll
American Cnn Get Vork WorkMr VorkMr VorkMr
Mr Taft then touched on the Panama PanamaCanal PnamaCanal PanamaCanal
Canal and in regard rega to the labor employ employed eUlpl employed f feel ¬
ed there he said saidAny MidAny saidAny
Any American who wants Ants to work on onthe ont onth
the t th isthmus can get it It i Is sakl that the theAmericans theA theAmericans
Americans A can work where AMerIcana Americanstight AMerIcanaft8bt Americanalight
tight It Is not so You have got to get geton geten geten
en the canal a class of men who can canstand cantattd canstand
stand the climate and what difference differencedoes dtfCercneedoe differencedoes
does it make whether they are lr Chinese Chineseor
or Japanese or what not notAs ootAs untAs
As to the t e eight t hours What kind of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people are on the canal They Are Ja Jamaican Jamaican Jamama ¬
maican negroes n They TbfI begin work on onWednesday unWedneaday onWednesday
Wednesday and Jet go o on Friday so o what whatuse wbatis whatuse
use is an eighthour Jaw a to them themIn themIn themIn
In concluding condudln the speech Secretary Taft Tafttouched Tafttoucl Tafttouched
touched toucl on several evffalbumon humors of the cam campaign atmpal camOan ¬
paign paignCan pal paluCan
uCan Can anything be more humorous than thanHerst thanHnst thanHeist
Heist and Murphy preaching purity from fromthe fromthe trotsthe
the same plat platform platformHe platformHe form formHe
He aid You should express in your yourvotes yourvote yourvotes
votes your you confidence eot klenee in Roosevelt RoSoveltnnd RoSoveltnndtbe and andthe antithe
the Congress Co gftM you are about to oioct ioct I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think the greatest humor r In the campaign
Is that the election of a Democratic Con Congross Congross
gross would be holding up of tho hands handsof handsof itendsof
of Roosevelt RooseveltBonaparte Roos RooiteveltBonaparte velt veltDOllnparte
Bonaparte Scores Democrats DemocratsIn
In Introducing Secretary Taft T t Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte after a scathing criticism of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic party p rty said saidi aJdAnd saidAnd
i And what ya it has ha been for two genora genoratione genoradons generatlons
dons It is today it has It nominated Hoarst Hoarstfor Boorstor Hoerstfor
for or governor 9f 1 New York just as thirty thlrtyfour thlrlfour thirtyfour
four years ago Rgn it nominated Greeley for forProuldont forPro forPresident
President Pro fdonl of the United States although althoughIt lthoUghIL
It must be noted that Grecley was per personally p personaliy r rsOJtall ¬
sonally sOJtall a respectable man it tried a asane ane
15118 sane ne and iid safe candidate ncUc1ate In 10 1M only be because boea because ¬
cause ea cause it had been boston with one not notcalled nottltUed notcalled
called sane ne or safe fe in Itoft and ntl nI four fouryears tourNnJ our ouryears
years previously l and as it WAR oaten ttetenOven oateneven tcm tcmDven
even worse when It tried sanfty sanf ana anaJKifoty antittoty U1tlrot3
JKifoty rot3 It i a apparently getting rosdy rosdyto 168 168to rdyto
to to try something yet more Insane haBtl le and andyet Rndyet andyet
yet more unsafe e in 1808 1808I 1at lttI
I ask you OU feilewclUzons if sfech ls1t a aparty ItptUL aparty
party ptUL ouch a political organization n nthis nthlt as asthhs
this shall haJl be given the control of our ourJlfmt ourJlfmtHoUN nextHouse next nextHouse
House and with Uh that thateonltftl control the power powerto Oweto powerto
to defeat obstruct and erabarrc embas s all allmeasures aUme allmeasurea
measures me urN which may be advised by Dy out outPresident our ourPresident ouiPresident
President In th tM last Ja t two years trs of Ills Illsterm 1116term Isleterm
term to cure evils Incident htcl eDt to our na national lIaU tintiOrsal ¬
tional U ftal prosperity without blighting that thmtprosperity thatprosperity thatprosperity
prosperity Itself ItselfI Jt elt eltI
I know that DemoomUc newspapers newspapersand JKWltJJ newispapersand pen penand
and orators now have the effrontery efrro tBTY to tosay to1Ia tonay
say 1Ia they want w ul the I he same sametlttllas things which the thePresident Utepretldent thePresident
President want waat6 only more of them themthey themthey themthey
they would administer ter the tit same remedies remediesonly fcntOdlesonly remediesonly
only in larger doses Well the sine of the thedose thedo thedose
dose e often makes all the difference be between be between betsveen ¬
tween a medicine and a poison it te one onething ORething onething
thing to take five grains of ealoatel and andanother nndanother andanother
another to take live huadred huadredyo huad huadSa hwtdrMn
yo n Constructive COI1NtruetlvcPoUcr COI1NtruetlvcPoUcrBnt Policy PolicyBut
But Democratic politician have hi fact factno factno factno
no purpose to cure ur anything on the con eontnlry contear
I trary tear they wish tMh to prolong the fJItI P1Ie fl they theypretend theypretftHI theypretend
pretend to denounce that they Har iQ make makepolitical makepollUeal makepolitical
political capital by talking ftlHW abs them themThey tJtenLTJwy themThey
They propose measures mear mearform Q f jmifl prod irnl re reform referns ¬
form visionary and so swtep1n awee that as asthey uthey s sthey
they well know Imo these > unisxmni mssss mr either eithercannot eIt1MrCIUtftOt eithercannot
cannot be adopted or if enaetsa will l1M l1Md be bedeclared bedeclared
declared d l1ed uneonstitutiomil and prove fvvowholly provewholiy 0 0wholly
wholly inenVotiv Iue Uvf and m hi all thIs they theyhave tMThave theyhave
have the th secret sometimes 44 optk 0 0pathy sym sjmpathy sympathy
pathy and support of th t very Yer7proat MMn ssa wlw wlwprofit wiwptolR
profit by the abuses they rave abOrt bct t twho men menwho mawho
who care nothing Jtftbl for or talk taIIc bat tined real nenlreformn realreOIImI tealreforms
reforms reOIImI who know and say y t they buy up upcrook uprooD upcrooks
crook however hof loudmouthed but know knownot aao aaonot knownot
not how to deal with such a aPrMildent man a as sac onrPresident sacPrednt
President It would be hunt built t to And a amore aIIIO amore
more IIIO impudent Im t appeal to stupid uIJWtIaan ertdnttty eVe4iUtythen ertdntttythan
than the claim of those Democmtfe 1 talk talkers taIkWho talkera ¬
ers who ask your votes that they may mayhelp mayhelp 1 1Hap
help a Republican R JNbUean President agttbwt a his hisown hisown
own Republican party partySecretaries pArtySetretarlea partySecretaries
Secretaries Taft and BonaMNt were wereentertained WtleC1tertAlbed woreentertained
entertained at t luncheon at the tileb Jrtvgn eke4re eke4reby > i iby
by b State Sca Chairman Haana After Pile htespeech bkJIfHdI Pilespeech
speech Mr M I Taft loft for Ctevefcuid Where WIterebe Wherehe Wherehe
he speaki tomorrow night nIa1ttTHIRTY nightTHIRTY
THIRTY DUELS IN INPROSPEGT INPROSPEGTCubans PROSPECT PROSPECTCubans PROSPECTCubans
Cubans Appealing to the Code to toSettle toSettle toSettle
Settle Politioal Feuds Feudsov
G ov V 3Ingoon Jln um Calls o on n I Jcpder ei > il r anti attilAjitvrJonil Rti RtiAjn antiAmerican
Ajn American rJcnJl OOlcerji to iston StonPocnd StonPocnd111J top Portend PorJemlInj PortendIii
Inj 111J Iii nnjoortalicl Un otlldlce on unilstnnfl unilstnnfli unilstnnflH onInnnd onInnndua < lanml lanmlHavana
i
H Havana OCt X An enteVtnir apl einie if of duels dnctete dt duelsis ea eaIII
te threatened as the the1t MntiH o e < political politicalgrudges poItdealg politicalgrisd
grudges g grisd es arising from c the rewastion rewastionIt r rIt
It to I believed that ever thirty haw ha hatar ao aomr sofill
mr tar been arranged and will take place placewitnta pIa pIawit placewitbil
I witnta wit the next two weeks weeksA weeuA weeksA
A few bajinhasn sword duels 11 have al already 1rBlldy 1 1ready ¬
ready been fought t between minor ofttctete ofttcteteof ofllealsof oUIctalsof
of the sorernment and former revolution revoiuttonary rnoluttoaarT revolutionary
ary omcera omceraThe oeemThe
arTTIM
The provisional tonal government has ordered orderedthe onJeredthe orderedthe
the American oncers odleors and attaches of the thegovernment theSDftndMftt thegoierumont
government to t take every measure poe possible IIe poseshoe ¬
hoe to 9r PtIIfttt vent these t encounters eneouatersIt tel8 tel8It
It became known k ojllJ1 that a number nu of ofprominent ofMOInbIeftt ofpronilnent
prominent party leader lea have accepted acceptedchallenges acceptoctellaDellJftl acceptedchallenges
challenges for duels to take ULk place within withina
a few days cia including iad two former mesa members JDe8Ibe mesahers ¬
hers be of the a Palma cabinet and a lending lendinggeneral IeadIawnli leadinggeneral
general nli In t the revolutIonary n uUo ary army armyQ armyov arraycoy
Q ov v Manvon M this afternoon aft vtetted M MGovta MGovta MGerm
Govta Germ editor etl tor of El Mundo the teadin teadinCuban Jea JeaeMIper leading leadingubsn
Cuban eMIper ubsn P paper per whose reporter Mouse GWas GWastile was wasthe u uthe
the prntchjml in f one of the tit duels yesterday 7M riayTIle yesterdayThe yesteriiayThe
The governor urged the cooperation C of ofthe BCtbe ofthe
the press to Mop dueling d throughout the theisland thebdaad theInland
island islandGov InlandGOI
bdaadGov
Gov GOI Maxoon Ma n aIM conferred with a anumber anunber anumber
number of prominent leaders ders of o both bothparties bothPArties bothparties
parties asking their help to put down downthe dov11tbo downthe
the present custom of setOhuj tt1lu disputes disputeson
on the Held of honor honorDespite heIorDNpIte hoeor3 hoeor3Despite
Despite the efforts of the governor governorhowever gKemorhowever governorhowever
however it is feared that many ma of the theduete theduelB theduels
duels already reported to be arranged arrangedwill alT8 arrangedwill ecI ecIvill
will take place placeGov place0ev
takrapon
Gov Magoon apon has authorised the tile distribution dl8trihutJon tiletributlost ¬
tribution of 1009 IOi pounds of tobacco l seed seedthroughout HdUnoghout needthroughout
throughout the districts l of o Vueitabajo Vueitabajowhere VueUabajowhere Vueltabajowhere
where the plantations li were ere destroyed by bythe bythe bythe
the recent cyclone cycloneTwo cye1ooeTwo cycloneTwo
Two new cases of yellow w fever have haveben haverep havebeets
ben reported rep but the sanitary Itary condi conditions rondltlons coisditInes ¬
tInes employed have prevented the spread spreadof sprOlldor spreadof
of the disease diseaseA
A commission of planters J from G Guan Guantanamo Oventanamo an antanaino
tanamo have made mad a complaint relative relatleto relativeto
to the Illegal duties l Jf1ed xied on sugar sugarcane IRISIcane sugarcane
cane in Eastern Cuba No action on the thopetition thepetUiott thepetition
petition has ha yet been taken takenA takenA takenA
A large number of appointment ware waremade woremade oro oromade
made by the provisional government g rnment to today today today ¬
day but they were mostly clerkships or orInferior o oInterlOt oInferior
Inferior courts uts and notary publics publicsXo publ publXorbk publicsNo
Xo Xorbk No rIsk I 111 Involved when Ieu fund fundare funllare
are 1 deposited m Ie banking bankl dope of Union UnionTrust UnionTra UnionTrust
Trust t Co 1414 F st Interest on all ac accounts ac aceounts socounts ¬
counts deposits subject to check at will
GREAT POE POWEA IN INA
A NEW EW ALL ALLiEngland ALLEngland ALLEuiglaiid
England France FlanCeall1 and Italy ItalyLine ItalyLine ItalyIiiiie
Line Up Together TogetherPEMS TogetherPEACE Toge1ierPEkG
PEACE PEkG LEAGUE I FORMED FORMEDBeCOllH PORMEDBccoiiit ORMEDBecoiuu
Becoiuu Dominating onl 1Htting Factor in inEuropean inI iii1iiropcau
European I Situation SituationOutcome SituationOutcome SituationOutcome
Outcome of o the Destruction Dc tru tllJu of Bal Baltory nnlnnee Batnncc
nnee of Power Due to Japans Vie Vlctor Vietory
tory tor Over RuwMla RulnUnlteel United States tnte1i Be Bellcvcd Beilcvctl e
llcvcd in Sympathy with Move 3IoveTiicnt MoveiientGermauy Ioc1tlentGermnn
Tiicnt 1tlentGermnn Germany to Remain Aloof AloofSpain AloofSpain
Spain and Portupul Give Sum Support SupportLondon ort ortI
I London mdon Oct St 5The The dose secrecy secrecywhich ecr secrecywhich q qhIck
which hIck for a considerable time has our surrounded ourrounded ¬
rounded an event eve t of first flratInternatIonal magnitude to 1aIlItenlattonal tointernational
international politics will 111 b bjtdkon bfoken ftI by an anannouncement anannouncement
an announcement mft1t which your tour correspondent correspondentte
te permitted to make today A military militaryconvention JldIICfCOnveitlion mlfltncyconvention
convention whfcfc WeIl In effect fteet amounts to tofuU a afull afull
full defensive afteasi alliance has been made be bet between
tween t Great Britain France and Italy ItalyThfe ItalyThis
This T ts momentous instrument l has not notnominally notnoinhiafly
nominally come COIIMlato Into effect e ect as yet but m mreality m mlty litreality
reality lty it 1118 te already an almost dominating domhsattosfactor dominatingfactor IIIaUOC IIIaUOCfactor
factor m iu the tb European situation C It be beeomos beeo becomes
comes eo operative whenever tike tb triple sill alliance aDla sillasset ¬
asset a between Germany nnaay AustriaHun AustriaHungary A88tItaHUDIar AustriaHungary ¬
gary and Italy ItAI or rather the tit three threei tltreetreade threetreaties
i treaties usually groonfd teupt under ur that thatuattoa desig designation designation ¬
nation shall expire either ther by expiration expirationof xplratlooaf
of time or by b any other cause causei causeTlaM causeThis
i This regrouping of great powers 1 te a anatural at anatural
natural t outcome 0tIt of the destruction of the thebalance die1MIaaee thebalance
balance of o power in Europe consequent consequentupon consequentupon t t111MM
upon paralysis of Russia R m lit the Japanese Japanesewar Japaft8ewar Japanesewar
war It te an important step m the 1 form formation fenIIaUon formatlon ¬
ation of a league of peace peaeet pencethe the great greatct t tjet oV oVtort
jet tort ct which King Edward has labored to toachieve toaelalen toachieve
achieve ever since he came e to the throne throneof throeel throneof
of Great Britain It has behind it the thecordial econJIaI thecordial
cordial support of Spain and Portugal PortugalThere PortupLTJaeft PortugalThere
There te good reason for belIeln settevtog ell that it Hcommands iteo itcommands
eo commands alas the t sympathy II1 patQ of the theUnited tMVult theiTulted
United Vult States Stat government which wMcbHeft has hastoen hasbeen
Heft well aware of its Indention and pur purfSerinnny purJHI parposes
poses IGfrmnn posesGermany
fSerinnny Gfrmnn Itcsurdn It na n a Jleiincc JleiinccThe JIennccI1IP leiincvThe
The creation Cfta Oll of this new international internationallowed IatlrlladeDIbu Iatsraatlonalcomport
comport bu bees acensupealed and Iei Iei1owM tel teltowed
lowed by serious dUttcnitfaB sad even evendangers eftIIdaJI evendangers
dangers daJI First and ubttouslj 17 wns w the thefact thefact thefact
fact that Germany onan would rejpiol It not notonly notonly
only with natural tural resentment but as a adirect aIt adi
direct di menace menaceIt
diIt
It was negotiated tfCI on the eve of the theAhjecfams tileaDd thedrs
Ahjecfams drs conferencs and It can hardly be bedenied1 bethat bedenied
denied that it was designed to anihe apsa ex extent utieISt entalitteact ¬
tent talitteact to act a l m restraint of Qermany ay nt ntthat atthat t tllhat
that thne Its 1t purpose par however Is m meegijr Ia IaIMI Iney
eegijr nHaect rfltJect t ntsn iwaaggrve gxrcaslve and it it11111I1 was wasand wasgad
and te 1pisii tmpesbk 11111I1 < liln for fOlt the M MerkdR Germ Em Emn intBarsr
Barsr n nw ID crkcfae k except lSCepten ezuei by abandoning mbandonhMrtffe abandoningott
tffe oft pru1esd inof i nssd lore c ntAss C pence penceiVn JIIMILJa
Ass element of danger arose a during the themat tileJa8t thelust
mat summer A strong antiItattan tIl semi semiDtiit srnttntent t tIMtIt
ntent has been growing fat AustrteHnn AustrteHnnfMfT AuartriaH AustzlaHsagary
gary for 1 some years So long as Italy re remajned re rean totled
majned tled vhrtunRy an ally at thin feeling could roiddJcarceir JdneIT couldrcel
Jcarceir neIT rcel And oOlcial I or open expression expressionespecially e eIT expremienespecially
especially IT with Germany amny xrr14fnc xerris ng a con continual conJn continval ¬
tinual Influence Jn m In restraint of it itWhen ItWba ItWhets
When the Internal crisis m AustriaHun AustriaHungary Atatrtnl4ungary ¬
gary became aaw acute last summer the t Ann Austria A AU1aa Anntiles ¬
tria tiles government 1IUDntt was at one moment momentstrongly IDGIIIftttty momentstrongly
strongly ty tempted to heal domestic dimen dimension diaseniost awn awnft ¬
sion iost by an attack upon Italy Ita1ya a move movewhich movewhich
which 1 would have been popular In both bothcountries bothNaatrte bntitcountries
countries of the dual monarchy Addition Additional Additional ¬
al excuse for 0 such an expedient e t would wouldhave wo wouldhave ld ldan
have been found m ha a secret mdttary con convention amveattoa canyendon ¬
vention which Jatcb It was wanted IeIPIIedde had been beenmade beenmade
made de by Italy with Serrfe with withAKrtaa whom whomAttetritta whomAustrian
Austrian retailoM J were and stffl are fces fcestlte 1tMUSe be betue
USe
italy Averts A ert War WarItaly VnrItaly VarItaly
Italy learned I of this danprr r and itodanx1 was wasmost wasmost
most anxious to avert It It She was en enthwly eat enthely
thwly t l unprepared PftPaIed in a military way 7 for forwar feron feevbI
war on her Austrian frontier She knew knewthat kaewthat knewthat
that she be could not succesfully ty defend defendVenice defendVenice d dy
Venice y and the neighboring net boc1na province It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was in this stttiatkm that the interview Jnten1ewbetween interviewbetween interviewbetween
between King KI Edward and the German GermanSmperor GerIDaJlICmperer Germaninperor
Smperor inperor wan wa arranged arran f It is understood understoodIn
In inner diplomatic circles that one of the theobjects tHobjects theobjects
objects of that conference was to enlist enttstthe enlistthe t tthe
the Kaisers influence InAu nce In restraint of And Austrias AUI AUItrias Andtrias ¬
trias possible > aggression 1L It is now be believed be believed beileved ¬
lieved that thte danger has disappeared disappearedThe dt appearedfbe
The political situation m ht Europe as a awhole awhole awhole
whole is more mo satisfactory today to than It Hhas Ithas
has been for several years Pessimists Pessimistspoint P Pessimistspoint lms lmspoint
point to the fact f t that the death of the theSultan theSullaft theSuItsn
Sultan must be expected within a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months and that the demise e of Emperor EmperorFrancis EmperorFrancis EmperorFrancis
Francis Joseph may create a crisis at attllIIe any anytime anytime
time But the safeguards of peace grow growstronger FQ FQstrooger growstronger
stronger day by day KingLeague King Edwards EdwardsLoagnc EclwanlLc
League gaa of Peace P ce should be able We very soon soonto JOnto azjouto
to bear any strain that may be put putupon putupon putupon
upon It ItObjects It ItOlleet itObjects
Objects to JYamin Xnmlng T Trccw for People PeopleCapt PeopleCapt leuplcCapt
Capt Walker all6 superintendent p Jldent of Sequoia Sequoiaand SequoiaARCl Sequoiaand
and General G nenal Grant national parks in his hteannual hisumual hisananal
annual report criticises 8 the nftntin naming of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hi big trees after individuate With Withdue Withclue Vithdue
due regard for opinions of others he hedeclares hedeclares bedeclares
declares I hope I may be permitted pennlt d to toquestion toquesUoa toquestion
question the taste of o propriety pro riet7 employed employedlit
lit attaching the names of men and women womencither WORMAclt womeneither
cither clt er living or dead dead to imfivUroal se sequoia tie tieqlu soquota ¬
quota tree tree
A F Few ew Words to Advertisers AdvertisersHE AdvertisersT
HE WASHINGTON HERALD te today the best morning medium Washington merchants me1 me1naCh wer ev bad J Jranch In Inreach
T ranch the t Washington public This te not a mere assertion R rtlon It Is the absolute truth TM dId etocsjlattna etocsjlattnaof ll llCJ
1 of this paper Is almost wholly local The T outside flekl has barely been touched There ha 15 town ho hoforeIng 110forel it itforcing
forcing forel of Its circulation It Itgoea goes to people who want it who read r d it It and who approve IPOR of K It and it to togoing IIIlOIDt isgoing
going to more of these regular subscriber nb crlbens every day The subscription sub books show it It They net sr open ip for the theadvertiser tMadweuPr tli tliadvertiser
advertiser to see The Washington Herald is especially proud of its It home circulation It te tIM home ho Circu Circulation eIreuJatoa ChcUlatou ¬
lation that counts Even advertiser knows it It It Is the home b me circulation that brings results resultsThe resultaThe resultsThe
The Washington Vn lnston Herald has both a quantity and a quality circulation Of the daily distribution now nowaveraging no noaveralng nowaveraging
averaging 3MM 00 over 16 16MS t is housetohouse delivery circulation It is this part J rt of its circulation of which The TheHerald TheHerald TheHerald
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as it is going to be The Herald te less than three week old and han only begun to grow growHere grewHere w wHere
Here is another word oro to advertisers This newspapers rates are uniform Considering the quantity ttt7 and andquality aa4quality antiquality
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discredited in 1 the end A newspaper that Has good value lue to offer in the way of publicity publleftya a newspaper such as asThe asThe asThe
The Washington Wa hlngfon Herald Hern1dcan can afford to do business on buainera b ner15 principles and that is the way this paper is isdoing I IdoIn Isdoing
doing doIn it and will continue to do It It is the only policy poll < y that will win In newspaper newsp3 r business or in any aD other otherbusinefs othtrbUSIIffS otherbwttners
businefs businefsA
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1nclean advertising adY rU5tnrr Is rejected by this paper P paperhas J frhas > lias been rejected r j td from the th < tart A clean rI an newspaper must mu t be bedean beckan beclean
dean all the th wiry ssit wlti through Washington Wa hlJlgtOil merchants who bo advertise in these e columns therefore will never neyer be bebad III IIIbed Inbad
bad company This is almost next 1I tt In Importance to publicity Itelf ItRltt ItiCift
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COW FLIES A AKITE AKITEollIe KITE KITEovine KITEovine
ovine Did Hot Mean to Spin n Yhrn YhrnWhen ThrnVhen nrn
When hen She Bcj Begun BegunNew BegunNew nn nnNew
r
New Albany Ind Oct 2t fA A cow fly flying 0 0Ing flYleg ¬
ing a kite was a the unusual spectacle wit witnessed wit witne8llcd witnoised ¬
noised here today Lee Haselwood had hadheen hatbeen itaabeen
been flying the kite and had laid It Itthe o othe on onthe
the turf where < e the cow was grazing The Theantonal TheaDImtIl Theanisnul
antonal in browsing about swallowed the theball theVJ
VJ 11 of twine which w eh was lying some somethirty HIHtJdrt7 somethirty
thirty feet from the kite kiteAt kll kllAs kiteAs
As the cow moved off the kite moved movedKteo movedThe movedale
ale Kteo The cow eyeing It curiously curt start started lJtarted startSd ¬
ed again and the kite followed Then Thenthe TbentJIe Thenthe
the cow quickened her gait and broke brokeinto brokeInto
bite into a lope lopeThe opeTJIe lopeThe
The kite gracefully rose in the air strand strandremained and andremained
1 remained suspended P4Htded until UI the thoroughly thoroughlyfrightened thoroSJalyfrfslttened thoroughlyfrightened
frightened animal was caught after afterbreaking aCLerbreaking afterbreaking
breaking through Uro gb a fence and 8Ddt10wn racing racingdown raringdown
down the tit street treet to her owner home homeWANTS homeWANTS homePENNYPACKER
WANTS PENNYPACSES SUED SUEDState SUEDState SUEDState
State Treasurer Troasu rer Demiind Criminal CriminalProceeding CrImlnulIroceetUng CriminalIroceesllngss
Proceeding lie Brought BroughtHrrtsburg BroughtHarrIsburg roufJttI
HarrIsburg I rrlBbul1 Pa Oct 2 5State State Teens Treasurer Tftasarer Teensaver ¬
aver William H Berry today prepared a aletter aJet aletter
letter Jet ter to Attorney General Carson asking askingthat asJdagthat askingthat
that criminal suits be entered against the themembers tbeIIIftDtHors themembers
members of the State board of public publicgrounds pubUc5IOuD4 publicgrounds
grounds and buildings who contracted contnlct l for forthe twtbe forthe
the 9 fI88 5OMO MMO furnishing and equipment of oftlta oftfifIJ ofthe
the new IfW State capitol capitoiThe eapitoLcontraet capitolml
The contracts were let by the board boardcomposed bonedcomposed nt ntof
composed of Gee Pennypacker Auditor AuditorGeneral Au AuditorGeneral ttor ttor1Ieft1
General 1Ieft1 William won P Snyder and State StateTreasurer StaleT StateTreasurer
Treasurer T r William L 1 Mathues Math Mr Ber Berrys BerrT Beerys ¬
rys rT predecessor predecessorKILLED predecessorKILLED o oKILLED
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT ACCIDENTTrain ACCIDENTIraln ACCIDENTFeaSts
Train Crashes Into Machine and andItuilroad nntlUuUroael andRailroad
Railroad Man I he Victim VictimSpringfield YlcthnSprbtc VictimSpringAcid
Springfield > Id Ohio Oct XJaee4 > M MStood iStoudt MSleuth
Stood t supervisor of intertockera tatel1odr was wasinstantly WUI8ta1Uy waslastantly
instantly killed and M F Potter spper apperlateDdeDt spperIntendeist spperinteadent
inteadent of bridges for the Big Four FourRailway FourRaJhra FourRailwaY
Railway RaJhra was fatally injured as a result resultof resultof It Itof
of a Big Four tram cra crashing htng into their theirautomobile theiraut theirant
automobile automobileThe ant mobtlfo mrobtleThe mobtlfoThe
The men left Springfield prbsg ehI Id this morning nmrniagto
to inspect some bridgesL Both men were w woretossed e eed j
tossed fully thirty feet and the machine JDIIehfDeWIwo machinewas machinewas
was mined When nicked up Mr Stoodt Stoodtwas StoadtdftuI Stoudtwan
was dead Potters l skull ull was crushed crushedand crusbedaM crushedaad
and he sustained internal injuries He Hewas Het Hewas
was taken to totlae the hospital in this city cityIAf8
Th The men were veteran et nua railway men menRICH JOftRIGH airsRICH
RICH YET LIVE IN SQUALOR SQUALORPamily SQUALORPamily SQUALORFamily i
Pamily Brought Into Court Because BecauseChildren BeoauseChildren BeoanseChildrOn
Children Lack Care OarercCl CaretPeii i iPen
Pen IeraoiiM Hmlille iluilil ie In I n Abandoned AbandonedButcher AIRllcloJlcdIJufckC1 Aba n dosed dosedHsiftker
Butcher Shed While Wealth WealthAccumulate tnnlthAceuissulnlcs nnlCb nnlCbAcculUulnfcoa
Accumulate AcculUulnfcoaNew AceuissulnlcsMew
2 New ew York Oct 3t Sla In ls the arnUensnent arnUensnentfat arraientIn 1tt 1tttie
fat the Long L Island ltIIa City at Ponce Court to today te teeI today ¬
day of John Job Tehrke and his wife Fnnnle Fnnnleon Fa8bIeII Fannieon
on a charge of improperly earing for then thenchildren tbeIr1Jdrrn theirchildren
children 1Jdrrn was brought to light t one of those thosepeculiar epecuJIa thosepecaflar
peculiar eases of persons well able to lye Mvecomfortably lyet livecomfertebly
comfortably t ftr r even luxuriously who whoprefer Aboto whofor
prefer for to Jive m abject poverty while whilethen wtlUetheir whiletheir
their savings accumulate into a aAmiadisg f fedlmr fedlmrA rtmr rtmrAccnvMnr
AccnvMnr A to an aasnt t ttItf nt the thewhose tWrInt tWrIntthe
the F Psomndimt Psomndimtwhose 1 L 11III 11IIIwholle
whose complaint the dI couple eou was arraigned arraignedtM arraignedthe rra rrat
tM t Vehrfcea V are a worth SHMGft IdN 48 or orfft raore raoreyet eaos eaosyet
yet they th were found f living in circvm circvmitanrrs d dDf1I ireuaJstances
stances which it is I claimed < wd warrant tak taking takI Inklag ¬
lag I their children away awa from their CUB custody CUBtody runtedy ¬
tody todyAn todyAn tedyAn
An abandoned a dofted butcher IMt shed was their tnetrhome tIIetrboInfo theirhome
home and a its furnishings Jap are meager to tothe totile toibe
the extreme ext The ancient food box x form formed formed formed ¬
ed the bed for the children Vehrk and andhte andhJ111rif andhiti
hte hJ111rif wife their six children and the mans mansnged JINIft JINIfted unionaged
aged ed parents JJA occupied the old butcher butchershop butcherbop butchershop
shop bop in common The children range rangefrom rD rDt1 rangefrom
from ln Antonio aged a ten down to Marywho Mary Marywho 1J
who is two The TiIelanfttJt parent and the older olderchildren oWerchIIdrna olderchildren
children worked at time U and ecery cent centwas rentIM centas
was IM hoarded up The case was wasDladl remanded remandeduntil tttimiideduntil
until Monday onday to see if the parents can be bepersuaded beIKnLchd bepersuaded
persuaded to give their children d drca such care careas carptMT careas
as they needed and as the parents means meanaGEEMAN JII2D8PfflDit meanspmft
PfflDit PfflDitGERMAN pmftGERMAN
GERMAN PRINCE AS GUEST GUESTTitled GUESTTltleel GUESTTIlted
Titled Foreigner to Visit at Xe Xcw XcwYork ew ewurJi v vYork
York urJi Society Soclet Women Votiietis Home HomePhiladelphia HomePhl homesPtliadIphI
Philadelphia Phl phia Oct 2fcPrince Prinee Henry of ofReuas ofReaM ofReam
Ream ReaM a German prince in line of sue suesion sur810ft sueton
sion ton to the Dutch throne Is expected e ted here heretomorrow heretomorrow boretomorrow
tomorrow afternoon He will go direct directto kectto directtoBdnor
to toBdnor Hadnor where he will be the guest of ofMrs orMrs ofMrs
Mrs Oscar Livhuprton of New Ne York York and andher RIIdher andher
her mother Mrs x W B Nichols 1ehoIa at the thecountry tIHlOUfttry thecountry
country seat t of James Jante Sullivan who 110 is tenow isaow Isnow
now in Italy The princes sister aIet is I due in inNew litNew haNew
New York tomorrow morning morningThe morningThe mornIngThe
The prince Is thirtyfour years old and andunmarried adutllMnied andunmarried
unmarried He is said d to 1i be handsome handsomeand baDdeomeand handsomeand
and of o fascinating < manners maUln rs On Monday Mondaythe Mondaythe ODday ODdaythe
the prince will go to Newport N wport where he hewin hewin hewIfl
win visit Mrs M Ogden en Goelet Prince PrinceHenry PrInceHm PrinceHenry
Henry Hm is making makJn a tour of the world worldMABiBOEOTJGHS worldMARLBOROUGHS worldMARLBOROUGHS
MARLBOROUGHS HAVE HA VB PASTED PASTEDDuchess P PARTEDDuclscs
Duchess Duclle s Settles 5l0OOOO 100000 n Year on onDuke onDuke onDuke
Duke and Takes the Children ChildrenNew ChildrenNew ChildrenNew
New York Oct 27 4A A special cable die dispatch di dipnteh diepatch ¬
patch from London says the Duke and andDuchess andDucbess andThichena
Duchess of Marlborough have formally formallyparted formallyparted formallyparted
parted A separation agreement has been beensigned btenstpecI beensigned
signed under which bleh the duchess 1uch settled settledSMtt sttIedsimon ttled ttleda
simon a year on the duke and retains retainscustody retainseualod retainscustody
custody of her I children The Tb matter will willnot willROt willnot
not get into the courts King Edward Edwardaccording Edwan1AceortUIII lidwardaccording
according to the story tried tl1t to effect e eet a areconciliation arecoadltationDut arecoacllltlon
reconciliation recoadltationDut bat was unsuccessful unsuccessfulPEAR unsu unsuccessfulPEAR uL uLFEAR
PEAR USE OF DYNAMITE DYNAMITEMill
Mill Owner Guard Barracks Where WhereNonunion WhereNonunion Vlereonttnlon
Nonunion IUeii Icn Sleep SleepNewcastle SleepNewcastw SlecpNewcastle
Newcastle Pa Oct 28 aOWing Owing to fears fearsthmt fearstJIat fearsthat
that the striking furnace men will resort resortto retIOItto resortto
to the use of dynamite in the use of ofwhich orwldch ofwhich
which they are well versed to blow up upthe upLIte upthe
the barracks of the th imported men strict strictprecautions trtctpneautioD strictprecautions
precautions are being taken to keep the thedisaffected me4Itafteete thedisaffected
disaffected l men away W7 from the works worksThe worksThe worksThe
The police poI are having ba much trouble as asthe astlte asthe
the work are constantly picketed kelft by bystrikers byatrfft bystrikers
strikers strikersEEGORD atrfft atrfftRECORD strikersRECORD
RECORD ALIMONY AillIO Y AWARD AWARDIf
If Judgment IM Sustained Henry HenrySnnforil lIenrySanor hleisrySanford
Sanford Must Pay Pa SOOOO SOOOOBridgeport SOOOuBridgeport oooo ooooDrtcIcePGrt
Bridgeport Costa Oct 28 SoIf If the Su Superior Supedor Snpeilor ¬
perior Court of Connecticut confirms the thejudgment t theI e eJudIJme1t
I judgment of its referee Henry Sanford Sanfordi Sanfordlite Sanfordthe
i the twotimes millionaire son of Samuel SamuelSanford samuel5a SamuelSanford
Sanford 5a Cord dean of the tit Yale School of ofI otXII
I I Music Ie and grandson lf 480n of Henry I7 Sanford Sanfordfhtte Santonipreelclent Snfordlate
fhtte late president of C th the Adams Express ExpressQompany preu
Company must pay S3Ka 4 outright to tobeavtlfal the tit titbeautiful
beautiful wife who te suing him for di divorce dlTorte
Torte vo e This te toe largest t sum in ali alimony alltnony I Imony
mony ever awarded by y an American Americancourt Americancourt
j court
Two Postmasters Named NamedThe Xnll1CJTh NamedTne
The Th President Pr id nt has appointed James S F FGaJbrPttth FGalbrCllth FOalbrenth
GaJbrPttth postmaster r at Canonsburg Pa Paand PRand Paand
and Frank Wcoley postmaster at Say Saybrooke Saybrook Sayhiooke
brooke II IINo 11 IllNo
No 0 coal onl Iuf < or trouble Sanitary Saniiaryl Sunitur SuniturhAt Sanitarybeaters
l hAt beaters > atAr Oft Oftp Radiator Radbt 1Mt < Demonstration Dmlt1 Deninnetrattonsa trlt m mh9 <
h9 09 a 9th 9t h st t nw
PRESIDENT SENDS SENDSIETCALF SENDSMETCALF SENDSIIETOALF
IETCALF AS ENVOY ENYOYJapanese ENVOYJ ENVOYJapaiiese
Japanese J apaucS Situation in San SanPrancisco SauFrancisco SaiiFiaimiseo
Francisco Is Tense TenseTEEATYTO TeliseTRE TenseTJUATY
TEEATYTO TRE TJUATY rYTOBEE TO BE ENFOECED ENFOECEDWill ENFOIWETWill ORCED ORCEDrill
Will rill Ask Reinstatement Iteinstut nu llt of Ex Excluded J Exc1tided x xcInderl ¬
cluded Japanese Japanc Students StudentsAdministration ShuloutsAclmlllbtratloI1 StutIeidsAustin
Administration Austin istratlon Views Ic Matter illal tcr with withConcern withConcernSecretary Uh UhConccrnSccrotnr
Concern ConccrnSccrotnr Secretary 1 lit a Native athc of ofCalifornia ofCallrornlaPolltlc ofCall
CallrornlaPolltlc Call California forumPolitics Politic Believed to Be BeHe DeUtllonsl1Jle BeItesponaible
Utllonsl1Jle He i onsIJjle for Present Crisis CrlslOriental CrbhlOrIental CrisisOriental
Oriental Business Budpc Interest Jeop Jeopardized JeopnrdhetI Jeopardized ¬
ardized by IJ Action etlon of School Board BoardBy DoardBy BoardBy
By President Roosevelts ltoo direction dlr tlon Vic Victor Vfctoe k ktor
tor H H Metcalf Secretary of Commerc Commercand f Comrserand mnwnt mnwntaDd
and Labor will leave Washington Ws blagton today todaytor tda todayfor
for San Francisco to make a thorough thoroughinquiry tho thoroughInquiry h htnca1IIrJ
inquiry into the antiJapanese filing f ltng
there and 14 nartfcvJarlr pu into the cause e iv ivspemrfttie Nwe ccsporndbl
spemrfttie we for the tb exrtnskm of Japanese Japanesechildren JapaD JapaDehlldnm Japanesechildren
children from the tb public schools schoolsThe ItChoolBTIM schoolsThe
The action of th the President P t indicate indicatehow JndJeat JndJeathow indicateshow
how thoroughly y aroused the administra administration admlntHrdUolt adailnistraUsa ¬
Usa te over Japans Japan resentment tment of dJs discrimination dJseJ1nIIadon dineilusfeadoit ¬
crimination against its subjects in Call Callfornta Califor Coilfends
fends for and how seriously it views I the thesituation thealtuadoa thesituation
situation which threatens tbreat the oonttnuanre oonttnuanreof QO Uauaoc Uauaocof
of cordial good feeling llng between wee the two twonations twodeaF twonations
nations nationsMr nationsMr deaF deaFMr
Mr Metcalf Is a CaHforniau CaIIforn Ul His home homek homeiii houseIs
k iii al t Oakland Just across the hay from fromSan fromSa fromSan
San Sa Francisco His selection as thi thiPresidents th thPdeat thjsPresidents
Presidents Pdeat envoy was due m Ja part to the thegeographical thflg thegeographical
geographical g proximity of his residence residenceto re8ldeocto
to the seat t of antiJapanese agitation agitationbut akatlonbut agitationbut
but the President P t whines mainly te em emphasize empIuuJIze emze ¬
phasize ze that his interest m ba the situation situationte 11I11great
te great enough to Justify sending lag one oneof onEsi oneof
of his owg ou 11 Cabinet t officers to the scene sceneof ceneof sceneof
of agitation agitationFall a ttu agitationFull
Fall Inquiry Ordered OrderedThe OrdcredPnllld4ltt OrderedTh
Th The President also has neat r directions dlreetlonse directionste
3 te e United State district attorney at atS atSaJrtran ittSairFrane4o
irFranci4e SaJrtran S D through the Department tmeDt of ofJustice ofJI8tIce ofJustice
Justice to make a full Inquiry inquiry sate ill th thdiscriminations the tbflldlllerimlaatloD8 thedlnerlmlnatloea
discriminations against Japanese Ja school schoolchildren IICbooldtfIdren schoolchildren
children The district attorneys report reportwill reportAI reportwill
will AI he it presented tecI to Secretary See tary Mrtralf on onhis on1Ii onhis
his arrival at San Se Fraccfoco FraccfocoMr FraIIctttCoMr FranciscoMr
Mr Metralf had a long 1 > 118 conference with withthe withtlte withthe
the President late yesterday afternoon afternoonHis at afternoonIlls 1JaOn 1JaOnHis
His instructions tIoas were wer generally to con confer ff1fer eonfor ¬
fer with the governor the acting mayor mayorof JUoro mayerof
of o San Francisco Frnnc the Japanese Japan rinmiK rinmiKthe eonsislthe t ftflT11tbf
the school hooI authorities authortt iftl and all others who whomight wiseaught
might 111 he ante to throw light on the anti antiJApanese antiJa antiJapanese
Ja JApanese situation and rport to th thPresident titPwt thPrusidout
President the exact PX tt conditions ditions and tlij tlijbasis th thot thba
basis ba of the sentinvnt nUmn which served > 00 t tbring to tobrtn tbring >
brtn bring about the dhKrhninit d dIsrfmiratlnn rtmira1lnn ion rpain qalnt qalntJaPllneR gaIntJapanese t tJapanese
Japanese subject subjectWolfe subJ subjectsWhulv < tc tcWbJlt
Wolfe there is no official Authority for forsaying f1Is forflung
saying it f Is supposed that Mr MrteK JiI JiIf Me MeIc >
teK f wilt 1t endeaaror deavor eo l to rash mab tht < hr antiJap antiJapve antiJaJeIt antiJaranenc
anenc ve eienMsttamonK eIt among amori those in ia authority authoritySMI althori authminaiIie y ySdIF
SdIF SMI tPTJfiflHafO rennae JPaJbp the aang dang danger r t tth tthe tthe
th the commercial ooa n interest of thr Knitr 1 n1 I 1 1State 1Sw IStates
State Sw in China and d8ewbfT < hew hero in l the t h ftr ftrEast f 1rEast r rEwll
East which lies in giving 81m offense otffn < p t tJapan loj lojJa1Mtn lJapan
Japan and also th the moral obMgatii obligatlilnwhich obigathnhlch n nwhich
which hlch rests U UOn UlO on th > Federal Jl frlLlJOrnmt frlLlJOrnmtand gov govrnmevsl govrnmevsland > rnine it itand
and Itr It citizens to respect t the tern lut v vrights v vrights
rights t of Japanc Japanese c who are ar a re assured IIr IIrftom > f ffreedom ffreedom
freedom front disrim dl dLcrimtiaatI < rimTnaUon atk > n whi whllt rcni rNlil rNlilIng reniIIns 1 1ing
ing within the borders of the th country countryWill CmmtryiJl countryWill
Will iJl Notify otlfy otlf Japan JapanIn JnpanIn JnpauIn
In th meantim the Washington n s Ev Evoru9aent U U1i1 v veraTnent
eraTnent 1i1 t will notify notlf the government gwermarrttJ governmentJapan nlu > ut > r rJ
J Japan imn of the object of Secretary Mt Mtcalfs JcI Mtcults I IeaJrs
cults mission m and give assurance of H Hdesire I It isdssdie
desire to observe orve rvt thr t obttgatioiis Imposil Imposilupon trnpotiiupon mpo1apDII
upon it by the treaty tre tinatyf ty Jr If amity amlt notwoi hf htW4flthe notwoithe > twn twnbe
the be two countries countriesNobody oountrlfoANobody countriesNobody
Nobody hi I a position sosition ition to know Preside PrsIdet PrsIdet1tOf PrsI4etBotiscv4t t tRwscvolt5
Rwscvolt5 1tOf views on the situation woul woulgive WQulc wuubgive
give c any intimation hitima Ion of the policy ho howould 1 lewould f fwo
would l4 be inclined lnel ed to pursue pu should th thSan tllSan thSn °
San Francisco authorities decline d ltnf to rr rrmove rfIDUve remove
move their discrimination U l1minatiob against Jan Jananese Jar JartIIW Jaranem
anese subjects subjectsIt ubject ubjectIt ultjectilIt
It is L doubtful even e n bat the President Presidenthas PrPS1denthas Prsetdenthas
has defined any aft policy even ev in his own ownmiiid ownmind ownnaiad
miiid A straw that may be taken tak n as an anindication anIndkatloA anindication
indication of which way the administra administration admialstratJon administradon ¬
don wind blows bIo hi found however In th thknowledge the thlk1tcwleQe theknowledge
knowledge that the President and his ad advisers advisers advisors ¬
visers in then consideration of the pres present pr prel1t present ¬
ent embarrassing emb81la881 situation have not been beenunmindful be beenunmindful n nunmindful
unmindful of the fact that Japan through throughthe tbroughthe throughthe
the Red Cross sent more than a hundred hundredthousand hundredthcusaiI d dtbcuand
thousand dollars for the relief of San SanFranciscos SanFI1Inclscos SanFrancIscos
Franciscos earthquake and lire sufferers sufferersAdministration s sAdnsltitstration
If IfdmlnllltrnUon
Administration Concerned Concernedft I ITt
ft is expected that secretary Secn > tary Metcalf Metcalfwill Metql1r Metql1rwill Metcalfwill
will lay emphasis on this proof of offriendliness Japans Japansfriendliness JI fB fBfrteodUnees
friendliness toward the tit United Stated in inhis Inhis Inhis
his dealings with 1tb those who have ve favored favoreddiscrimination favoreddlscrlmtnatten favoreddiscrimination
discrimination against 1Mt Japanese JapaneseThe Ta TaThe JapaneseThe
The administration te greatly Uy concerned concernedover COIICernedotr concernedOvdr
over the antiAmerican feeling f eJtag produced producedin
in Japan Uy the action of the San Fran Franeteeo Franel Franclaris
eteeo el to school authorities and nd indiscreet reet ut utterances utterances uttersuscos ¬
terances of prominent people in thta court country CCJuntry courttry ¬
try against the Japanese JapaneseIt
It is no secret that it will do its utmost utmostto utmostto utmostto
to prevent pre nt conditions which will in any anyway an anway anyway ¬
way interfere with the special relation relationor relationsof relationof
of friendship which exist between this thisgovernment thislOoernment thisgovernment
government and its far Eastern sister sisterNo ai8tprNo sisterNo
No doubt need be felt felt therefore that thatSecretary thatSecretary thatSecretary
Secretary Metcalfs mission hi in the in interest Interest Intereat ¬
terest of securing al for Japanese subjects subjectstull r rfull efitil
full observance of the treaty rights to towhich towl towhich
which wl eh they the are entitled entitledGovernment enttUedGoVerumeut entitledGovernment
Government Might Act ActBut ActBut ActBut
But there Is no escaping e capl apIng the conviction convictionthat cenvlcttO1that omyIctiosthat
that should Secretary > MetcaIf fall to tobring tobrtag tobring
bring to San Francisco authorities a arealization areaUzation a arealization
realization of the serious reflection whk which whkhtbelr whichtheir h htheir
their attitude has cast upon the good goodfaith goodthitit I Ifaith
faith of the United States in its it observ observance obMrvDee observance ¬
ance of treaty obligations the President Presidentand PrelddenIUId PresIdcniitI
and iitI his ht advisers atl will give gi consideration considerationte consldc > raUoll raUollt8
te the Question of the powers of the Fed Federal Fe Feeral Fedcyst ¬
eral government JOVenI leflt to enforce these same sametreaty sametreaty me metreat
treaty treat guarantees guaranteesPrevious cuaraotePre1oWi guaranteesPrevious
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the same question but none has gone t tthe tthe tthe >
the extent of holding that a treaty agree agreemeat a ame agreemeat
meat me t save the Federal government th thright thrllbt thc thcright
right to take from the hands v uf > f State Stateauthorities Statauthorities Stairauthorities
authorities the disposition III pos1tJoR of cases ca in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which foreign forel subjects subjC < t were denied th thprivileges th thprtvflcgea thprivileges <
privileges guaranteed uarant them by interna internaWhether 1nternatlts
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the government to insist that the Stat Statof StahCalifornia State Stateof
of California recognize the treaty privi privileges privilc privilogos ¬
logos lc of Japanese in that State Statein nJbod nobody nobodyin J JI
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