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Outlines OutlinesHUGHESV1ES His is Position osition on ony onNational on onNational n nNational
National Issues IssuesTARIFF IssuesTARIFF IssuesPraises
Praises PraisesTARIFF Hie J1e Administration Administrationof
of MrRoo Mr Hoo cvolt cvoltSOCfflLLTSM eveltSOflPlLISM evo1tE0
Governor GII6rn H Iii AiltlreMM Allt1re Before eCoreillc time TIc JRcjtiililitmii TIcJHllIllunn Repnbllmtnn
jtiililitmii Gluh of Xew York Yo k Take Tnkealrtt TakeFirm 1lnkeaFJrm
Firm lrtt Sinful on ftneHttonM Now ow Be Beforo Before c cfuro
fore the American People PeoIlIeDecIares PeoIlIeDecIaresJllmMelf PeopleDeclaresIlimself Declare DeclareHiniHeie
HiniHeie Strongly Stron Iy In Favor of Party PartyHarmony PartyHnrmon Partyharmony
Harmony Hnrmon and Will 111 Not ot Make akc AB ABgrf AgJr A AgieMnlwc
grf gieMnlwc Wifilvo Ihc Fight for the Xomlnntion NptnnntionNe XomlnntionNew l
+ 1 1o 1N
New N Ne r i1 york J1L1a Jaa 1a µ tl 3L 1a In a aeh speech which whichbe whichbe whichhe
be d delivered ffcered at the Republican Rep ibUean Club to tonlgtit tonldlt tonight
night imR It which aeemed Me to be received receivedwjth receivedith receivedith
wjth ith unstinted applause appIa Gov Chores E EHughes EH EHugpa
Hughes H en enunciated µ ndte1 for tb the first time some someof aorneof someof
of the view he holds on national UOaal issues issuesof sueof Iwuesof
of the tb day and laid down the platform platformupon Iattarmupon platfermupon
upon which his friend will urge his hisnomination hisnomlnatlGR hisnomluatioa
nomination for the thePr thePrA PreeMency PreeMencyA
A crowd that tilled the parlor of the thedub tbedub theclub
dub and overflowed oftllo into the hall and 1Id up upthe UPth upthe
the th stairs hoard the governors pverDOili speech speechwhich apeechwhlelt speechwhich
which he read from a platform piatfo < rn that had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been erected between Nt the two two windowsopposite windows windowsopposite windoWsoppoR1ie
opposite the entrance eII to the room Many Manytimes ManYtime Manytimes
times time the applause eu waa ee generous that thatthe Uaatthf thatthe
the governor mRCM had to stop Exclamation Exclamationof
of Tats right t and Hit em again againwere againwere In Inwere
were board frequently frequentlyHaving freftueotlynaYl freituentlyHaving
naYl Having fat mind the utterance from fromWaabJagton fromW fromWsatdaMtea
WaabJagton W today to It was apparent aJlllflefttthat aJlllflefttthatt1IOH thattiros that thatthose
those who thronged Uaro the clubhouse to tonight tonj tonight ¬
nj night ht to hoar the governor 8Of speech h were wereawaiting wer werawaltin wereawaithtg
awaiting tt ttte announcement of his views viewson vlewaon viewson
on certain quptlonwith questions o with keenest antici anticipation anticltJ anticipatba ¬
pation tJ
Outburst of Applause AnplaiiHCBy Allpln11luB ApplauseBy
By B far the th greatest tet outburst of ap applause ap applauM applause ¬
plause came when bea the governor vemor after afterreviewing herrevlewl afterreviewing
reviewing revlewl some ne of the evils Us of the pres present proMrnt present ¬
ent time said with a voice vale that rang mngthroughout rancthlO rangthmupoat
throughout thlO the crowded room and with withemphatic withlm withemphl4le
emphatic lm emphl4le b gesture e Swe Sweeping > g cond ce cet cendemnar cendemnarflans nma nmado >
t flans do ROt bt aW aWThe aUt1ftJt ais31Nt
1ftJt 1Nttl 1ftJttI
1 kt1l kt1lTh
The Th governor vernor at the th beginning of his hisspeech h hpHh hisspeech
speech < left no doubt as a to its object objectHe ebject1Jp
He said that it had become his h duty te tespeak teptaJI tospeak
speak ptaJI and that he did not desire to re remain I I1I181n remain ¬
main silent silentI
I dont want to preserve rve any avail availability availability 11 11hutt1 ¬
ability hutt1 at the expense of candor he said saidand akIami saidawl
and there were loud cheers and cries c of ofThats ofThat ofThats
Thats That all right Going Coin on then the thegovernor tMXovemor thegovernor
governor paid a tribute to Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltwho 1ooMTcJtwho Rooseveltwho
who he said Id had won the confidence confidenceof COI
of the people The country he declared declaredwas deelarfCIva declaredwas
was va under a lasting < obligation to th thPresident tM tMPrHkJent thePresident
President This was received tved with cheers cheersbut CbH CbHbut cheersbut
but the th next ne t minute when the governor governorsaid pvemortld governorsaid
said tld that he deprecated all U unnecessary unnecessarygovernmental uryovelfttal unnecessarygovernmental
governmental action actio there came ring ringing rinjng ringing < ¬
ing applause a and cries of Good OoodThero GoodThere GoodThere
There was 1 laughter too when he said saidthat saidthat lei leit
that t hat h he did not profess prnt to be aWe to toBpeak tospeak tospeak
speak the last word on alt the ques questions q qtloM questions ¬
tions that confronted the American peo people peol people ¬
ple pler l
Gov 0 ov Hughes 1u heM Speech SpeechThe SllcccllThe SpecclmThe
The governor spoke as follows followsFHIowmemben foiloWllF followsFellowmembers
FHIowmemben F J of the Republican Club ClubIn ctabIn Clubin
In the adoption of the resolutions resolutionswhich reIOIuttcNulWhicb resolutionswhich
which preceded the call of this th meeting meetingyou m mou meetingyou
you ou have conferred upon me an honor of ofwhich ofwhleb ofwhich
which I cannot express adequately my m appreclatlon ap appreciation appreclaUoft ¬
preciation It is enhanced by the tact tactthat tactt tactthat
that t ha t it comes from old friends and asso associates aIIOdatestlae asrtoelatesthe ¬
datestlae ciates the fellowmembers of an organi organizatkm orpnlsatlon organtsatlon
satlon with which < it has been my myprivilege myprlvll myprivllege
prlvll privilege to be identified kle IdentII tUft for twenty years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and from a body of loyal and earnest Re Republicans Re RepubilGaM Repubiiatsa
publicans < whose seal for the welfare of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican RftMI n party and unselfish devo devotion devotion devotion ¬
tion to its k4tereats interests tereat are known throughout throughouttire th out outthe
the country I cherish your friendship friendshipI
I esteem your I confidence enee And lndn Jn recogni recognition r recognition I It ¬
tion t Ion of both and andof j pt > f the obligation im imposed Impoeed imposed ¬
posed upon Hsa by your action action I shall shalldefine shalldefine shalldefine
define my position positionSince tORtionSluee positionSince
Since I took office I have sought sou ht to tomake t8make tomake
make It dear that I would ould not become becomeinvolved bec9memvolved becameinvolved
involved In factional strife or u use e the thepower tbepower thepower
power of office to further any personal personalinterest penIOnalInter personalinterest
interest Inter I am and JKt have been constantlysoltcitoua constantly constantlysolicitous eonatantl7IIOlicltOUJl
solicitous that the administration of the theaffairs theattairs theaffairs
affairs of this State shall aha not be em embarrassed emba embarrassed ¬
barrassed ba by collateral considerations considerationsand
and that every question snail 11 be presented presentedand presenteclomd presentedand
and decided upon its merits unaffected by bysuggestion hysuggftlUon bysuggestion
suggestion of ulterior ufieriormoUns motives For this thisreason thislt thisreaeoa
reason lt > a8Oft I have avoided gratuitous discus discussion dlleWtifn diseussson ¬
sion ifn of questions foreign to my official officialduty olftclaltlut officialduty
duty tlut But when in justice Ju tlce to those who whoave whoare
ave 1 e honored me with their confidence confidenceuid confidencetad
tad to the party which bleb as we alt desire desireshould desireswuld ire
1 should IlIuld act freely and with full informa informat Informatn
tn t < tn > n it becomes a duty to speak I have haveii
m ii i + desire to remain silent Nor should shouldI
I t in i 11 any event care to preserve ene avail availability avaUl availauiitty ¬
ability l Jility at the expense of candor candorRoosevelt caJMlorUooHeeltH candorRonxcwclts
Roosevelt Administration AdministrationWe
We are contemplating a new nf adminis administration adlnfnbtration adminlatration ¬
tration at the dose of one which to a alUgree adgree agree
lUgree gree almost unparalleled has impressed impressedthf ImJlellHdthf impressedthe
thf > popular imagination oatton and won the con conlidence conUdenee eonfldence
lidence of the people peop The country is isunder Iaunder isunder
under lasting obligation to to President PresidentHoosevelt PresidentUoosevelt Presidentloosevelt
Hoosevelt for his vigorous opposition toContinued to toContinued toContlnnell
Continued on Page S Coin Column inn 0 0Illncninut nUIIImout 1 1llluetiront
Illncninut llrnnoli Schedule ScheduleSouthern SchcllulcHouthen SchedulesSuuthern
Southern Railway announces following followingChanges followlntrhlU1 followingchanges
Changes rhlU1 effective February 2 No 18 for forUluemont forlut forBiuemont
Uluemont lut > moat leaving aTh1 < Washington Wa bJngton 445 p m mweekdays mWftltdalI mweekdays
weekdays will ill run daily flail No 127 dally dailyfor dallyfor dAtlyfor
for Bluemont leaving Washington 506 506p 5CIp 606p
p m will leave here Ss28 28 p m weekdllJsNo weekdays weekdaysNo
No 117 weekdays for f9r Leesburg Lee8bu leaving leavingWashington leavingWuhin leaving1Cashin
Washington Wuhin on f s1S t8 p nr m if awill will leave here 505 505p 50p 5Oip
p m No 12 ut 1 from Leesburg lAt bur 515 15 a m mweekdays mw mweekdas
weekdays w kday will leave 615 a a m arrive arriveWashington atrrtveWashington salveWashington
Washington 825 a a m No 128 from Blue Bluenwmt Bluel Bluemont
mont l nt 5 515 15 a m weekdays will be discon discontinued dllicontmued dlscontinued ¬
tinued No 134 daily front Biuemont 6lfl 6lflM
M m will leave It > n > 617 a m arrive Wash Washington Washington VIiSh10lltlll1 ¬
ington 1 m new train No 122 I 12 will willleave willleave ill ill1M
leave 1M Rluiiiiont Hlu 1lont 1215 11 p m weekdays weekdaysrive weekdar weekdarriv ar arrive
rive riv Washington 24 2jr 5 p m No 1W 1Wtram aJ aJt altram I
tram t rom Biuemoct 2M W h1 p p m will leave 481 481p 4Mp 4 M Mp
p m arrive Washington Wa htnbton 735 7 p m
I believe in a prutcctrc tariff I believe the tariff should be revised revisedI
I I favor the be appointment of an expert conimlgHlon that Congress Courc K may inti din dispose t1111IlOse din10x0 ¬
pose of the matter in the fairest liusnlblc l OIfHllJle iminurr iminurrlth mnnuerIth nuuaucra
a Ith lth re regard rard to the < l e Filipino l we no iniiNt omit no effort lfort to prepare them themfor themfor Itemfor
for selfKOvernment When hlU they the are able to govern themselves thlmKt > hcK and in inposition In10MUHm inposition
position to mnlntnlu n < ainnia their t1C lr independence the Amcriean people pco rle will 111 not deny denyiboni dcn dcn1hm denyihotn
ihotn iboni 1hm the boon which 1 + hieh we ourselves have MO highly priced pricedThe prhed1he prisedThe
The Sherman antitrust law In should be made more explicit I m rin n not notIn notIn notIn
In favor of punishment in the shape of flues upon corporations except for forminor forlIluor forminor
minor ofleuvcii ofleuvciiThere oflluse1hlre offeuxcsThere
There must be the freest opportunity for lime he honest expression of ofpopular of10111I111 ofpopular
popular will Political contribution from corporations have been Jeen wisely wiselyprohibited wheel wheelIIrohlhUtl wiselytirothihitel
prohibited The most stringent KtrlD nt measures JIt nHlIreH should be adopted to o prevent preventcorrupt llreentcornlpt preventcorrupt
corrupt practices practicesAVe IJrUltleCMmaud practtccamust
AVe must recognize th the he division of power between Federal and Stale Stalegovernments ShlleJoeruJlltmfN Similegovernments
governments governmentsI
I do not believe In governmental ownership of rnllronilK but regulation regulationf
If f Interstate ranwportatlon is essential to 0 protect the people from unjust iiujuitdiscrimination uuJUlltdbll unjustdiserinrhrntlon
discrimination dbll rlJUluntJon and to secure Iu ure safe adequate and Impartial service upon uponreasonable UllonnUlllionnble uponreasonable
reasonable terms termsThe termrhe termsIlse
The country ollnCr Is under lasting InNJn obligation to President Ilonaevclt for forhis forhis or orhll
his vigorous fgorou opposition to abuses and for the strong Impulse he has given givento gln givento u uto
to movements for their correction
CYCLONE KILLS FIVE FIVEMississippi FIVEMississippi FIVE1hssissilIhi
Mississippi Town Visited by byFierce bJlriercc b 3 3Fierce r
Fierce Storm StormDKAWS StormDRAWS torl11 torl11DRAWS
Suction Suattou of Wind Unusually UnUNUltn Strong Strongfhsent Stron Stronrtltent Strongtreat
treat Damage to Lumber Interest InterestNumber JntercfltllN IntcrentsNumber
Number N mher of Lives Thought to 0 Have HaveBeoii lIaeDeon haveBeon
Beoii Lost In Lumber Cnmpx Call11 CampsRelief CampsRelieffrom < Iteliuf Iteliuffrom UelIetfrom
from the City Cft of New ew Orleans OrleansWesson 9rIenlUl 9rIenlUlWeIIII8n OrleansWessn
Wesson Miss in Jan 31 31Ftve Five deaths deat d atbs and andmfcta amir andnfa3persena
mfcta nfa3persena r persons injured are reported re Ofted ss a the theresult theof thersn
result rsn dt of a lleyoe fierce windstorm which 1aIeh oc occurred oe oeeurrecl oeeurreil ¬
curred six miles north of fish place to today tocII ¬
day cII 7 Ten houses 110 were compioteiy wrack wracked WI1ICkmany wrecked ¬
ed and xnd many damaged damagedThe damagedThe ed edThe
The The dead are Mrs B J Martin 1ICarttwtour and andfour amidfour
four children childrenAmong ehildftnAmoltg childrenAmomig
Among the injured Sa are Da aft t iarttlt iarttltaJHl hfartbiand Tartte Tartteand
and Ben Maddox a dox and wife wifeThe wlteThe wifeThe
The storm while it lasted was eyctoak eyctoakhi
hi force fore The auction was Vo so great that thatwater dIIItwater thatwater
water was w drawn from several wens wensThe weDLItIID wellThe
The lumber interest hlt which hick are thick in inthe inthe dothe
the country ntl swrmmdtor ha haW been beengreatly been5IOIU1 beengreatly
greatly damaged but at this hour no noestimate notmate noestimate
estimate tmate can be made Ijlvea are e be beHev be believed beloved
Hev loved d to have been lost m III 1 the forests forestsJut fOle5Qthe forestsas
Jut the lambermeft wen Doty cutting cuttingtimber eulUIIIUMber cuttingtimber
timber when the cyclone cC1oReAt ci tusnniuuccd tusnniuuccdAt imeneed imeneedAt
At MHtaapa YB a nearby rby station it itRiel ui uisaid lmsaid
said that the cyclone caused west dam damage tIaJnatte damage ¬
age although Alth no details have been received re received ftcetved ¬
ceived here yet Special parties have havobeen haVGbeen havebean
been sent to U tH Uoaae BOSII to reader reader 1 1NOW aw awbelieved aidyew
NOW Orlettw Orlettwm m tenorNd III Mvs WI WIi iMt iMtto
i te t mi 1MIt1t 1MIt1tbelieved It Ithollered
believed believed he b hewn R that no outside 011 011J8 asrfstance asrfstanceis
is needed needed
It 1In1 ad Storm In Texas TexasOaineevllle TexasOainevilie Faxn FaxnGatI1U
Oaineevllle Tex Jan ILA ILAUTe A destine dectmoUvc destinetive
UTe wind and hall storm visited ted Barlowin DarIovIn Barlow eiariowin
in the Red Klver Valley in the Northwest Northwestsection Noithweetsection t tUon
section Uon of this county early this morn mornins momin morntag
ins insHailstone in inH
Hailstone H of an unusual sine fell and andU
41 11 < U great damage to business bUst houses bousesbrfckJng hoUHS1da1 housesbretrkldmig
brfckJng 1da1 windows and damaging daJ1 prop property property property ¬
erty The wind fnd blew down many houses bousesand boueeand housesand
and unroofed others but no fatalities are arareported arereported arereported
reported Several persons were injured injuredFLEET JajuredFLEET InjuredFLEET
Battle Ships at Anchor in Possession PossessionHay IOHleHSlol1IIny Possessionhay
Hay Over On r Night MgbtCape XI NightCape ht htCape
Cape Virgins Argentina Ar enUna Jan 3d stThe stThet 3IThefleet The Thefleet
fleet t anchored at 2 oclock in the after afternoon afterJIOOQ afternoon ¬
noon in Possession Bay which is inside insidePoint tnflklePoint insidePoint
Point Dungeneae The battle sltipe will willstart willstart m mtart
start tart again pln early tomorrow morning morningand mornlftand morningand
and will 111 reach Punta Arenas about bout noon noonPossession noonPO noonPossession
Possession Bay about tOot Jive miles from fromthe fromthe rom romthe
the entrance to the lust narrows of the theStraits theStraiu theStraits
Straits of Magellan agellaJt was M chosen as a aplace attace aplace
place of rendezvous ren It affords alI excellent aeelJentanehorqe eaeellentanchorage excellentanchorage
anchorage anchoragePunt anehorqePunta anchoragePunta
Punt Punta Arenas Ar naa Ja JaR ISOne One of the thetransports thetran thetransports
transports tran ports of the u American fleet steamed steamedinto aMIIMdInto steamedinto
into the harbor here at C oclock this thisevening thlaevening thisevening
evening eveningLima eveningLima eveningLima
Lima Peru Jan SI StThis This afternoon afternoonCommander afternoonCommander afternoonCommander
Commander Robert M Doyle command commanding eommandIn commandlag ¬
lag < the cruiser crut er Chicago visited President PresidentPardo PrMklentPardo PresidentPardo
Pardo at a t the palace here On Tuesday Tuesdaynext lue Tue day daynext ay aynext
next the tb Chicago will sail for Punta PuntaArenas PuntaArenu PuntaArenas
Arenas carrying Htt mail bags for Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Evans fleetSEEK fleet fleetSEEK fftSEEK
Sew Yorlc Itepublicnns Coming to toWashington toasblngfon toWashington
Washington asblngfon for Conference ConferenceNew ConferenceNew ConferenceNew
New York Jan 31 31Obalrman Chairman Woodruff Woodruffof Yoodrutrof
of the Republican State committee and andWilliam andWilliam andWilliam
William Barnes jr and possibly William WilliamL
L Ward national committeeman for the theState theState theState
State will 1U journey to Washington on onMonday onlIond onMonday
Monday lIond y to lay before President Roosevelt Rooseveltthe Roo Rooseveltthe evelt evelttbe
the tentative te tUt programme for the State Stateconvention StateconvPHtIon Stateconvention
convention as outlined by them at their theirmeeting th theirmeeting lr lrmeeting
meeting in the Union 1 ton League Club on onThursday onThuradQ onThursdsy
Thursday ThuradQWhile ThursdsyWhile ThursdayWhile
While the names of several notable Re RepubMcans ReJJUbHealUl Repuwleans
pubMcans have bean mentioned for tem temporary temporary temporary ¬
porary and u permanent chairman of the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention no definite decision will be bereached beruehe bereached
reached < l until President Roosevelt goes goesover goesover goesover
over the names nam The same information informationwag InformatJonwas Informationwas
was handed out today as to the selection selectionof
of the chairmen for the Important mvortant com committees eommAtte committees ¬
mittees mAtte of the convention and Mr f r the theelection tbeelection theelection
election of the four deleatesatterge and andalternatesatlarge andlternatNatJarge andalternatesatlarge
alternatesatlarge to the national con convention eonventlon conventlon ¬
ventlon ventionEXPLOSION ventlonEXPLOSION ventlonEXPLOSION
Philadelphia Jan SI 11A A lot of loaded loadedprimers lOlld lOlldJJrllIMnI loadedprimers
primers on the second ond floor of the shrap shrapnel shrap shrapnel shrapnel ¬
nel shop at the Prankford Arsenal In InBridesbitr InDrtdNburg inlirideeburg
Bridesbitr a suburb of Philadelphia Philadelphiablew Philadelphiablew Philadelphiablew
blew up shortly before 9 oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning Five men were so badly In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured that they bad to be rushed to a ahospital aIIo8ptta1 sthospital
hospital hospitalHalf IIo8ptta1Half hospitalHalf
Half a dozen others au sustained talned lesser lesserhurts lees leeshurts lesserhurts
hurts and went t to their home hem The forceof force forceof forceor
of the explosion shattered every 17 window windowIn
In the building buildingIf
If You Have Idle Money MoneyWhy MoneyWli UoneyW11y
Why Wli not begin be ln to realize leall an Income Incomethereon httomeUleretJn Incomethereon
thereon Banking de dept pt of Union Trust TrustCo TrustCo TrustCo
Co IStii and II sis pays Interest on all allaccounts Alli allaccounts
i accounts subject sub ect t to check Govt control
Engaged Couple Drown 111 111Sight in inSight IIISight
Sight of limidmls limidmlsPELLOWSTUDENTS llu Ruud drlds drldsFELLOWSTUDENTS I eds edsFELLOWSTUDENTS
Three Rescuers Xcarly enrJ Perish In InVain in1nln InVain
Vain IlfTort to Aid Miss Wylie Wyii lIc and andR nndR amid amidR
R C Patterson PatterMonJ Who ho Break IlrenkThrough JJl BreakThrough nk nkThrouXh
Through Ice on Denver River Near XciirPlttsbnrg NearIittsbnrgFell cnr cnrP1ttltbnrJFcll
P1ttltbnrJFcll Plttsbnrg Fell Into Airhole AirholePlttsburg AirholePltt AirholePittsburg
Plttsburg UIW Jan JlCJupM JL Claapad in each oth others othanu others ¬
ers arms anu in full sight ght of 29 lloalH felloww fellowwdeftt fellowstadents l > lloalHdents
dents deftt Miss M Zeila eUa Wylie and R n C IhKarson Pmttr Pmttrson P P8OD
son of Oeneva f College were drowned In Inthe IIItile Inthe
the Beaver liver at 410 4 this 0 after afterThey attenIIIM attenIIIMTbey at torpaa torpaaThey
They brake through the ice while skating skatingThrew nUDgThree skatingThree
Three teilow fellowstudents udeDtaArlbur Arthur George Georgeson GM88tIO Georgeson
tIO son of President George of the college collegeH
H B Jioren JI D and Livingston MaUftewr MaUftewraonost MaUwa7IR08t Matheny Mathenyalmost
almost lost 1 their lives trying to save sarethem savethem ye yethem
them Miss MM Wylie was nineteen years yearsold JMrSold yearsold
old and the daughter dau ler of Rev Ra It C CWylie CW7Ue Cwill
will pastor of the Ffit JIf 1t ItferaMd ItferaMdPresbyterian TtlenDedPre i ttarmedPresbyterian
Pre Presbyterian yt8llu Church of Wiiktns a I Iand IaDd Pa Paand
and for yean moderator mo erator of 0 Ut k Jolted 4Ynltedlttates JoltedSlates Jdte4 Jdte4i
i Slates Synod yNed of that deaotntaatisn tu 9tw 9twas 1MU 3b 3bwas
was as enraged e to young l latteNoa atter osj w4 who WIMwu whowas o owas
was the leading athlete ath of his hiIThis eoMe oeIl eThis e eThis
This evening hi skating arm na In arm 181 the thecouple thecouple thecouple
couple started ted down sown MIle MIleOn leWl leWlOn leWlOn
On the Beaver River Miss Wyllo 1 wentbite went TOttteto WeRtlato
bite an air alrhohv hol over which the thin till ice icehad leehad Icehad
had formed and drained her sweetheart sweuiUpartnlth sweetheartwith
with her herOeows Mro
o Oeows lfor rr and d Matho jf Mat mcsd C14 UP1n up upWbsBi P PL
1n fete ns here hereLi
Li WbsBi L W fNt deep Oeorpe Oeoa fell m t grey greyaoa karen karenaaA n natben
aaA Mathenj atben tumbyog t after In their eh ehfWts ef effotU t tfotta
fotU to save bun bunThe b bThe himThe
The three were flnally 11 pulled out out al almost Itlmoet almost ¬
most drowned The bodies of Patterson Pattersonand PattenH PattenHand Pattersonand
and his intended Inte bride were found l1i l1iyards If Ifyards I Iyards
yards belowTHREE below belowTHREE belowTHREE
Lads Break Thronirh Ice While WhileWalking whileWalling hne hnealllng
Walking Walling alllng on the tIl Hudson HudsonNyaek lInt1HlnN lIn1snNymick
Nyaek N N Y Jan J 8 StTtlree 1 Three boys were weredrowned WendtoWlMd weredrowned
drowned to the Hudson 11 off Nyack 1ack this thisafternoon thiaatterROOa thisafternoon
afternoon while walking wa1Ida on a stretch of ofice ofiee ofice
ice iceWhen
When the boys 110 broke in they were seen seenby eenby seenby >
by T S S Dutrher and WHHam Clem Clemmenson CIemwho Clemtaetison
menson taetison who were ere skating aJcUng near by b These Thesetwo IheietllO Thesetwo
two hastened out to attempt a rescue rescuebut f8llCUebut rescuebut
but on the way Clemmeneon broke broketb brokethlOUlrh brokethrough
through tb tough the ice He would have gone gonedown coneclOwn gonedown
down but for Air r Dutcher who rescued rescuedhim reacuedhim rescuedhim
him The Tate bodies of the three boys were wererecovered werereoiered re rertOH
recovered recoveredMERCHANTS rtOH reoieredMERCHANTS red redMERCHANTS
Dullness Men of Muncie Patronize PatronizeStreet PatronizeStreet PatronizeStreet
Street Car Cars Despite Threatsilluncie Threats ThreatsXuncfe ThrentJluncte
Xuncfe Ind Jan SL 3lFlfty Fifty business businessmen bualnaemen businessmen
men of this th city all members of the theMuncie theWuncle theMuscle
Muncie Merchants enhants Association started startedout ltartedout startedout
out this morning to break the labor boy boycott boycott boycott ¬
cott that Is injuring business here hereThe he heThe hereThe
The b business men got on street ears earsand earsaDd carsand
and rode about bout the city for several hoursgoing hours hoursgoing hoursKohlK
going on all the lines and nd penjettmttet penjettmttetinto penptllUlatInto Pen tratta trattaInto
into the factory districts where WMr they theycould tlMycould theycould
could be a HeR en by the union employeswho employes employeswho employ employvho
who threatened their business if they theypatronised tlMypatronized theypatronized
patronized the can of the Union Traction TractionCompany TractionCompany TractionCompany
Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The merchants ta complain that fear of ofunion ofunion ofunion
union labor has h s caused ea their business bum ess to tosuffer tosuffer tosuffer
suffer and nd is keeping hundreds of per persons persons persons ¬
sons in their homes who cannot reachthe reach reachthe re oo oothe
the business district dl trict of the city con conveniently convenlenUy convenienUy ¬
veniently without using the cars carsBRYAN carsBRYAN carsBRYAN
Declares Roosevelt ROO ccH Is Vindicating VindicatingPrinciples YludicatJugPrinciple VindicatingPrinciples
Principles of Democratic Party PartyL Part PartVilmlngton IartyWilmington
L Wilmington Del Jan 31 31WJlllam William J JBryan JBryan jBryan
Bryan reached here this afternoon and andwas llndas andwas
was as met by a committee and taken to thehotel the thehotel iliahote1
hotel whore he was wa welcomod by the theWoodmen theYoodmen theWoodmen
Woodmen of America Mr Bryan made madea
a brief speech at the opera o ra house houseIn bouseIn houseIn
In his speech Mr Ir Bryan BlJa asked his hishearers hIshearers lutehearers
hearers if they had read the Presidents Presidentsspecial Presldentsspecial Presidentsspecial
special message mMage and added that if they theyhad the thebaci theyhad
had not read r it they should do so He Hecalled HecaJled liecalled
called on the Democrats to stand loyal IO ftl to tothe tothe tothe
the President in big fight against the tlicsystem they thesystem
system y tem and said that if Wall 811 street streetdid streetdid streetdid
did not know it before they must know knowit knowIt knowIt
it today that the President 1 re fdent is not to tostand tostatuI tostand
stand In defense of the system s stcm He Hedeclared Hededared Hedeclared
declared that the administration of Roose Roosevelt Rooscvelt Roosevelt ¬
velt had been a vindication of the prin principles principles principles ¬
ciples of the Democratic party partyAfter part partArtfr painAfter
After saying that Wall street bas learn learned lcarned learned ¬
ed that it cannot place any dependcnco dependcncoon depel enCb enCbon
on Roosevelt lie said that in his former formermessage formermeeeage formermassage
message the President bad approved specifically spe specifically speclftcally ¬
cifically some Democratic doctrines and andin andIn andfn
in his message today toc1a he had approved approvedabout approvedOut approvedabout
about everything else that liabad not notadvocated notadvocated notadvocated
advocated advocated on previous occasions occasionsi2n oCCIlslonsJ2
i2n 1 to Baltimore and Return ReturnEvery ReturnEvery ReturnEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday via Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penn Ponnsylwanla l l8nht ¬
vania Railroad Tickets good returning returningundl returninguntillSUndA returninguntil
until untillSUndA Sunday night All regular trains ex exept except
cept < ept the Congressional LImited Limitedt
Presidents Ircs PresidelltsDoe cll ts Document DocUlnentAugers DocUlnentAugersthe ulnentAll Angers Angersthe gets getsthe
the Republicans RepublicansSEE Reln IIe II blic b1ica1IS lls llsSEE
SEE ICE ICECull + 1 NO i1 i 0 EXCUSE t i FOE OII I IT ITCall ITCnll r t
Call Ifc Thl Threatening eatcnin as to llu Busi Business iIloss i iuess ¬
ness at Tins Time TimeIntimate li Mineintinaule nc ncIntlmutc
Intimate It May In Vc Political Move MovePrompied MovePrompted 10 10PrompCfII
Prompted by 11 Pear of the Growing GronInlPOllularlt j jPopularity k kPopularity
Popularity of Mr 11r Bryan rnn and Dc Dcitlre JtIre Dcsire
sire Ire to Make ttkc Another Anoth r Impression ImpreMMlonnw
nw to Radical Views YlcwSelll1tor Senator Davis DarihCnllM DnllCnllH DavisCulls
Culls It Good Democratic Doctrine Doctrinei DoctrineCongress DoctrlulCongr DoctrineCongress
I Itopsytu7
Congress Congr yetef etItenI y was ° thrown into a atopsyturvy t tttopsyturvy
topsyturvy state by a a apedal l message messagefrom me messagefrom gf gffrom
from the White VIti IT ITIt HIt House Houseit
It was an unusual unu ual manage 1 all agree agreea agree agreea
a radical message m that tbatr sttrflctsed even eventhose eventbose eventhose
those who thought tI they had liMa fore forewarned t twarned forewarned ¬
warned of its contests ccntantaRepublicans eoataIMiLRepubllcan contestsRepublicans
Republicans are still UU groping as to its itspurport Itspurport itspurport
purport and sfgaUBMMce sfgaUBMMceUnless 8ig signuldalceUnless t tUn
Un Unless It be drover Cleveland CIe prob probably probably probably ¬
ably no President of modern times baa so soenraged eoenragtM seenraged
enraged his party in Congress by any anysuch a7neh anysuch
such special coromtmicatlun The Repubiicaass Repub nepubIlea Republicans ¬
licans Ilea denounce nouIICe it as threatening heel bwstneas buIstjuK heelfloss
floss just when whe tl the country was picking pickingup pkktqup
up Some see no enemies for Of it at this thletime tIdBtime thistime
time except it be political politicalTotiuheN tlcaIIouchcll psitcaiPouches
Pouches on Several 1 Subjects SubjectsThe SubJuctNThe SuhJecbTh
The Th document reiterates the Presidents Presidentsview lre Presidentsviews ldent ldentvie
view vie about corporations and predatory predatorywealth predatorrWMlth predatorywealth
wealth It appeals for the reenactment reenactmentof
of the employers liability Hal law along lines 11neslaid lineslaid 110ftJaicI
laid down by the recent Supreme Court Courtdecision CourtdedIdoft Courtdecision
decision Stitch uch b a reeonunaodaUon was wasthe wuthe wastime
the nucleus on which he bait the tItee mea meaaffe mesasge
e affe But bc dwells at length with Ju indkMl Judicial Jv JvcIIclaI ¬
dicial decisions upon labor topics renews renewsbis r rbw renewshis
his request UHt for restrictions la granting grantinginjunctions KJ1UIttDJinJunetlona grantinginjunctions
injunctions and advocates cu that the government gov government gMPenament ¬
ernment assume trade risks and guar guarantee guaraaLee gearanise ¬
anise damages to itt employes elft N Ha Hawarns Uawarns liewarns
warns Congress conpeate of f te t ti need for legisla legislation legisiation Ia IaUoIa ¬
tion to prevenr PftVef1Q4taek prevemi stock gambling nmbii IItWIn < He Hewaais HellBU Hewants
wants llBU the iredjti4geversment Ped ecJJI gwrernroeat IIIDftat authorized authorizedto autb rl rlto
to aastttne m a a certain measure of control controlover toatrotover controlover
over the physical operation of the rail railways raftL railways ¬
ways L He urges u more rate teginlaUon a amodification am amotgncation
modification m of the Sharmaa it msa aaaa antitrust antitrustlaw aatitnMtlaw antitrustlaw
law aM the totalisation 1 of pooling poolingThe peoUaoThe peUngThe
The latter part s Of f his message is a vig v1goroW vtg vtgo vigorous ¬
orous o defense W of his administration H Htilt HtU He Hetitte
tilt tU titte at corrupt business and corrupt poll pollties polllac polithea
ties takes up the Santa Sant Fe case ca offers offerscommunication oerencotatmicati offersegpaualcatiems
communication cotatmicati to rapport tb tIM the Iapartmtnt Depart Department Departnt ¬
ment nt of Justice and def defends ods the judges judgesn judsjMon JU4IptM
on the Standard 0 c aa aaall 8 Saaia 8 at P JItt JIttt dew CBMSfrom dewfroth
from t their cHU ClttJDIp caul s Ieetlaptay Ir Jd taUy lie lieIIW1IeIna hohws h h4hwac
4hwac IIW1IeIna hws ks Chwwellor Day Dpv aJKthvr t twr of the theOft the Khelaid theJUId
laid on Swollen Swot Fortunes Fortunesmany Fsrtmte Thsfie TaM and andmany Andmany
many more topics are treated ia terse and andaggressive andaggressive 1Id 1Idannat
aggressive annat sentences ntenM that made Republi Republicans RePlbUeant Republicans ¬
cans gasp p According to unotilciaJ re reports re reports ¬
ports reaching the Capitol they theylIIucla wins waramuch winsmuch
much more terse and 4 aggressive a tin the thePresident thePlMlclelat thePresident
President decided to UtOIle tone them down downA downA downa
A a Noteworthy utcorth Reception ReceptionIts
Its reception reception tJon in Senate and House I ouse was wasnoteworthy wasnoteworthy wasnoteworthy
noteworthy Sana Senator tor Jeff Davis of Ar Arkansas Arkansaa T Tka ¬
kansas ka said it was great Democratic doe doetrine doetrine doetrine
trine lie naked to have MOC9 000 copies copiesprinted COpI COpIprinted copiesprinted
printed When the Senate adjourn adJoqmed ka karemarked Iteremaltrtcl lieremarked
remarked that it went further than he hehad behad hehad
had ever gone In the House Democrats Democratsgreeted Democratscreeted Democratsgreeted
greeted the reading with cheers ch fL These Thesewere TheMW Thesewere
were W le more or less derisive Representative Representa Representative ata atatlve ¬
tive Morris Sheppard of Texas who led ledtha ledtb ledthe
the tb Democratic demonstration demonatra on said after afterward Arterward afterward ¬
ward that the cheering chrI was aimed aimecllar largely largelyat largelyat ely elyat
at the platitudes In the message JItfMae but that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many of the principles enunciated were wereIn wereIn werein
In the Democratic I creed and the party partystood part partstood partystool
stood tor them The Democrats forced forcedthe Coreedthe foroedthe
the Republicans to join in the cheering cheeringand cbeerht cbeerhtand cheeringand
and by the time tt the reading readin had boon baenconcluded boonooneluded beenconcluded
concluded there was a fine oldfashioned oldfashionedscene oldfubJoMdteene oldfashionedscene
scene of enthusiastic pandemonium pandemoniumThe l8ndemonlumThe pandemoniumThe
The President was w certain of getting a areenactment areenactment areenactment
reenactment of the employers liability
law That was In the cards almost as assoon as800ft assoon
soon a as the Supreme Sup Court nullified nulll the therecent tJaerecent therecent
recent statute Last night nl < ht RMniuHssii RMniuHssiileaders R R1ea RepebIMsnnleaden
leaders 1ea en said he will get nothing more thanthat than thanthat thanthat
that Whether the President is willing minI
to nourish the lash la h over er th the legislative legislativebranch JegtelatlvebraDeb legislativebranch
branch and make it enact the laws law he beasks heuu heasks
asks Is doubtful btulo Opinion is that he will willrefrain wtllretrain willrefrain
refrain because be would not succeed succeed if ifbe ifhe ifhe
he tried tried although lthou h there are unsubstan unsubstantiated uMUbetalltJated unsubstantiated ¬
tiated reports that he will III follow this thiswith thiswith thiswith
with still other messages IJeaaS should Congress Congressnot Con ConDOt Congressnot
not bestir itself itselfA ftaelrA itselfA
A Political Document DocumentThe DocunmentThe DocumentThe
The general lIem ral interpretation seems to be bethat bet1at bethat
that the message is chiefly ebteft a political politicaldocument politicaldocu politicaldocument
document docu nt A considerable number of ofCongressmen ofCon ofCongressmen
Congressmen Con eumen insist t it is a bid for re renomination reQ8ftIlnaUon renomination
nomination That is hardly to be cred credited credIted credited ¬
ited although aJtho It put Senator Sena tor Jonathan JonathanBourne J JonathanBourne ona than thanBourne
Bourne the second elective term man manInto manIItto manInto
Into ecstasies The third term cry has hasbeen hastIMn hasileen
been revived of o late by certain of the thePresidents thoPn thePresidents
Presidents Pn ldpnt friends but this appears to tobe tobe tobe
be for the same me purpose that it was re revived re revlvt revived ¬
vived vigorously two months ago Acting Actin ActinIn
in Tafts Tart name some of the Presidents Presidentsfoes PresidentsfON Presidentsfoes
foes in Congress M are getting the t upper upperhand upperhand upperhand
hand in the factional politics of three or orfour orrour orfour
four Western Wef tem States The losing factions factionsare factionsare factionsare
are trying to save themselves by taking takingup takingup takingup
up the th Roosevelt third term cry cryThe Cf CfThe cryThe
The President Is known to sympathize sympathtIzecordially sympathizecordially sympathizeeordlaJly
cordially with most of Mr Bryans views viewson vIewson viewson
on popular questions qo tl ns He is said to have havefear baverear havefeared
feared fear > d that Bryan is gaining greatly eat1y with withthe wtththe withthe
the country and that the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty Republicanparty
party has been losing because it is effect effecting errectIn effecting ¬
ing In no further reforms He wanted alike aliketo aliketo aliketo
to strike at the conservative donothing donothingleaders donothingleRdelll donothingleaders
leaders and to make it apparent that he lieis heIs heis
is ag e radical dlcal as ever for the President Presidentmakes Presidentmake Presidentstakes
makes no concealment that ho classes classeshimself classeshimself classeshimself
himself as a decidedly radical man manHis manHis manHis
His tactics in bringing brin ing his message out outjust outjust outjust
just before Gov Hughes outlines his atti attitude a attitude tI tItude ¬
tude as a Presidential Pre ldtt1t1al candidate was wasmuch WllSmuch wasmuch
much noted not at the Capitol He mak makes thegovernor the thegovernor thegovernor
governor take a second part on the public publicstage pubJlestqe publicstage
stage just at the moment when it wasSUPpoied wassupposed was wassupposed
supposed he would 1Quld have the > leading role roleThe roleThe roleThe
The Presidential candidates Cll dld8t In the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate and the House are wary of the mes message rnessagf mestsage ¬
t tsage sage for they the know the President Is gen generally generally ¬
erally erAll shrewd in politics Congress is vir virtually virtually virtually ¬
tually committed to a donothing policy policySome poUC poUCSome policySome
Some of the Presidents sentences ap applied appIlI applied ¬
plied directly to persons who have figured figuredof
of late in the public eye The cowboy cowboymayor cowbo cowbomaor cowboymayor
mayor maor of Omaha Mr Dahhnan has been beendenounced beendenounced beendenounced
denounced by the th administrations friends friendsfor friendsfor friendsfor
for saying the President told him that if ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he the President was the cause of the thepanic thopanic thepanic
panic he h was glad of it The mes message message message ¬
sage declares that if it were true that to tocut tocut tocut
cut out rottenness from from the body bocl politic politicmeant pOliticmeant politicmeant
meant a momentary check to an unhealthy un unhealthy unlumlth ¬
healthy lumlth seeming min prosperity I should not notfor notfor notfor
for one moment hesitate to t put the knife knifeto knifeto knifeto
to corruption corruptionThe corruptionThe corruptionThe
The Presidents jniesnaBe Dletl nIC iu fall fallwill ruuwill fallwill
will be found round 6Jn ott Page 10 10 J
Author ff r fl f fl d i t to l ear f a p x li 11AHJ u uAuim it itAl
Many Difle Different ent Opinions Ex Expressed ExIHessed Ex1ressed ¬
pressed in CongressPLACED Congress CongressPLACED CongressPLACED
ItenuhlhmiiK RCIHlhlh nil Call President Good GoodDemocrat GoodUcmocntle GoodIenaocratie
Ucmocntle Democrat h3Interinl Material Some Demo Democrats Demoernt Democrats ¬
ernt crats Denominate HI his Deft IopultxtieTliird Iop PopuliNtic IopuUxtlelhlrd
uliNtic uUxtlelhlrd Third Term AHMiired If Taft TaftIK Tnft1M TaftIs
IK Defeated Others Declare DeclareThe DculRroThe DeclareThe
The Presidents Plftdc1entsnqaIoyer1f apodal massage oa the theemployers theemployers
employers llahfttty JIaII act and Injunction ia inlabor ialabor litlabor
labor cases eMII which was road in both bothHouses OUaItOUllea bothlioness
Houses of Congress Con > irese yesterday amid upon uponwhich u uwbleb uponwhich
which was hung b a somewhat startling startlinglecture atartWlecture startlinglecture
lecture OH criminal aaaacterias and theRoosevelt the theRoosevelt theItOORvelt
Roosevelt policies was received with withvarying withYMTinc withvarying
varying sentiments timeat by Republican BepubllcualTIM andDemocsafm and andDemocrats
Democrats alikeThe alike alikeThe
The CORIIRl comma wa wu1ftIeiaI was amoat general that it itwas ItVoee Itwoe
was primarily a Taft tIN aoinuunt I n t tto tatapded tatapdedto
to further the plan Ita plopw of the administra administration adIDIDtIuUoa admintstration ¬
tion regarding the next national conven convention ecnVMtUoa ennvention ¬
tion Uoa and by some among them be being be beI being ¬
ing I warm friends of Mr Roosevelt BeoIeettrei as aswail aswaft
wail rei as th hos ee not so friendly tllelldl to the Pr Prfti Presi President ai aitfcnt
dent 1 it was W a halted hailed a as a sign that if If8ft gecre gecrena e rsa rsatact
tact 8ftehIw 8ft Ott sbadd ML MLsea
na sea atfl ehIw jMtrty at the dieUon Vtd Cbfea a o o amvat amvattion corarpation
tion Uon Theodore Roosevelt t was WMto ara0aMi pepwedto ara0aMito
to step into the place which W be desired desiredMr deIIIe4Mr desiredMr
Mr Taft to occupy occupyOther oeeupfOther ooanpyOther
Other members of Coagicus declared declaredthat deelarecltbat declaredthat
that if if Mr Roosevelt Roe Yelt wave really reaD out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the race for the Republican nomination nominationthe aOM1aatIe8the nominationthe
the message 18 should Qualify him for the tooDemocratic theDemocraUc theDemocratic
Democratic vanguard v and among the theDemocrat theDemocrau theDemocrats
Democrat this thi war rrP rs ISd ed to with tile thastatement tiletatement thestatement
statement that those molting such wehIQrb re remarks re remarks ¬
marks seemed to have llavepopuI confoundedpopulism confounded confoundedpopulism
populism popuI m with withDill Democracy DemocracyBhl
Dill for Third Term TermWhen rerlnWheu reamWhen
When the reading of the measure had hadbeen bactbeen hadbeen
been concluded in both Houses Senators 3estatorsand Senatorsand 8e11at ra raaDd
and Representatives R pre asked one anotherWhat another anotherWhat aeotbetWhat
What doe does it mean IB the course of tw twor tw twor twior
or three hours bou several opinions opt had been beenoffered beenotIer beenoffered
otIer offered m In answer te this question but butthe batthe butthe
the view moat generally expressed was waathis wuthla wasthis
this thisIt
It means that Roosevelt wants to be benominated benomID benominated
nomID nominated for a third term termTo LenDTit termTq
To say a that tiHj view JllNft prevails II only onlyamong onlyamons onlyamong
among those w wsj f Deposed to be becritical 1Mcritical becritical
critical of JbCr HfcdKntk 1 ht evieIt It would be far farfrom tarfrom farfrom
from from the trUth Loyal friends rn friendsRof Rof of oCtJM oCtJMPreSIdent the thePresident thePresident
President Joined In it It One of them them a aRepublican aRf1MJWIean aRepublican
Republican Senator who has been fore foremost toremost foremost ¬
most in his advocacy of Tafts nomina nomination nomIDaUOD nsnahnaties ¬
ties and nd throughout the period of doubt doubtprior 4Iou1ttprior doubtprior
prior to the reteeue of the Presidents Presidentsthirdtferm Pn ldenttblrd Presidentsthirdterm
thirdtferm tblrd renunciation insisted I that Mr MrRoosevelt MrRootIeftIt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt would not be a candidate to tosucceed toliiuceeed tosucceed
succeed himself declared that it meant meantthe meantthe meantthe
the elimination of Taft and the renomInA renomtnaUon renomInAtion renomination
tion of Roosevelt Everywhere in the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol this opinion waa expressed lled Senator Sen Senator Senator ¬
ator Ttttman of South Carolina put it itthis Ittilts itthis
this way wayIt wayIt wayIt
It appears to be the last appeal to tothe tothe tothe
the populace to rise awl force the crown crownon crownon crownon
on the modest and rtCirins head of the theonly tlMonly timeonly
only honest patriot left hi the countryThe country countryThe C8UII y yThe
The happiest 1 man in the Senate sate was wasSenator waSenator wasSenator
Senator Bourne of Oregon confessed confessedoriginator confMledoritlnator confessedoriginator
originator of the second elective term termmovement termmoveme termmovement
movement moveme t He said saidIt aidIt saidIt
It is one of the greatest Presidential Presidentialmessages Presidentialme Presidentialmesasges
messages me gn and will l insure the nomination nominationof
of Roosevelt Roo for a section elective term termMore termore termMore
More ore conservative members of Con Congress Coegre Congress ¬
gress s expressed the opinion that the mea messge meae meialage
sge e did not mean necessarily neceuarll that Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoo wrRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo intended l to bring brtn about his hisown hisown hisown
own renonttnation 18DO in any circumstances circumstancesbut clrcUm tancN tancNbut
but that It was designed d lgned to C9nvey the thewarning thowltmln thewarning
warning wltmln If you dont take Taft you youwill YOUwill youwill
will have ba e to take me meMore meHnc meMove
More Hnc to 0 Cloud Hughen HughenIn JlusIlesIn
In spite of the tone ton of nMftmlndedness hkhmindednesswhich nMftmlndednesswhich hmlndedneas hmlndedneaswhich
which pervades the message there is J8general ageneral a ageneral
general disposition among amon Congressmen Congressmento
to believe that Its primary purpose e was waspolitical waspolitical waspolitical
political The fact was w not lost upon uponSenators uponS uponSenators
Senators S nators and Representatives that the thepromised thepromlSd thepromised
promised address of Gov Hughes Hugh on onquestions onquestions onquestions
questions of the day da wag to be delivered deliveredlast delhercdlast deliveredlast
last night and that the Presidents Pre Jdent docu document doeument documeat ¬
ment appealing app trsG in this mornings mornln news newspapers newlpapers newspapers ¬
papers might crowd newspaper space U ttsuch Usuch ksuch
such an extent e Umt as s to minimize mtnlmi the importance im importance Importance ¬
portance of o the governors go rnorl speech an anas and andas ui i ias
as more than one statesman > expressed expre fd it ittake It Ittake ittake
take the edge oft what Hughes has to tosay tosay tosay
say This view of th the matter Is not notbased notbased notbased
based on mere conjecture There is I some someevidence BOnteeyfdfnce someevidence
evidence to support it to wit witWhen witWhen witWhen
When the advance copies of the mea mesage message measage ¬
sage were furnished it was w known that thatGov thatGov that0ev
Gov Hughes Hu he5 would deliver his address addresslast addreaslast addresslast
last night Yesterday was decided d tded on as asthe axthe s sthe
the date for the transmission of the mas massage JneIsage meesage ¬
sage to Congress an unusual date date as asthe asthe asthe
the Senate nte at least has been adjourning adjourningover adjourningOf adjourningover
over from 1001 Thursday to Monday On OnTuesday OnTuesday OnTuesday
Tuesday when Wlfn the usual arrangement for forun forun foran
un adjournment from Thursday Thur day until untilMonday uAtUMonday untilMonday
Monday was to be made tn1ido Senator Lodge LodgePresident LocJpProsldent LodgePresident
President Roosevelts closest friend in inContinncd inContinuel inContinued
Continued on Page 2 Column 5 5A uA
A In Carte Lunch Served Daily DailyAt DnllyAt DailyAt
At Ecksteins from 12 to 3 3 1 14JZ 2 N Y ave
Nisi mtrI u Lt1 Lrion r tkoa or themcaa the theIDea
mcaa IDea IDeaHARPER t
I Not the Least Differences on onthe 011the oiithe
the School Question Questioni QuestionOOM1tITTTEES QuestionCOMMITTEES
Provident I m lldent < of Chamber at Commerce CommerceDid CommerceIid
Did Not Make JInl e the Statement Br BrroiieouKly HlrrOllflOIlISI Erroneously
roiieouKly rOllflOIlISI Credited to Him UhnImt UhnImtlilt lint mYhmtt mYhmtthiis AVliat AVliatII
II lilt Rosily Houll Said In Answer to toSome toSome toSome
Some Reportorial Ilt lOrtorlal Questions QuestionsAm
Am D effort to verify a statement t tby made madeby madeby
by a wellknown attorney ted to a very verymisleading verymisleading
misleading publication in this paper yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday This TIdaatatemellt Thli statement was in effect effectt that thatCapt thatCapt
Capt James F Oyster president of the theboard theboard theboard
board of education was entirely ntJreJ respon responsible rftlpJl1Ide reappesihile ¬
sible Ide for the investigation into the prev prevent pftteat pre preeat ¬
eat animal J system = conducted CODIIuc d by a committee com committee c0mmittee ¬
mittee of the Chamber of Commerce that thatthis tba tbath thatthis
this th committee waa really chosen by Capt CaptOyster Cut0Jwter CaptOyster
Oyster with the primary object of orportiaa asp aspporting n nporting >
porting the school authorities a8 that it itbegan Itbqu itbegan
began giving vi articles to the press before beforeactually beforetuallY beforelctualiy
actually tuallY bavins 111 made Dade aa investigation investigationand lDve tlptlon
and that President Harper of the Chum Chamber Chumher ¬ =
her of Commerce was now convinced convincedthat oonYincedthat convincedthat
that a wrong WOD course b had d been pursued by bytha bsrthe bythe
the chamber chamberA e eA
A reporter who interrogate Hr arJtr arJtrpep Jiar Jiarler
pep p am jt tt pr gj Jfr wbnmaarpet plMsa jrtJIII tJIII tJIIIJhrpfr at atHarper
Harper talked In hto h hisebsrscterietkafy hisebsrscterietkafytira baractertetjcally baractertetjcallyfrank harac tk8Uy tk8UytNak
frank tira ik manner it sleeps misinterpreted misinterpretedadd DJl nterpre dmla1Jn
add mtsnaO mla1Jn mtsuntipwntoothis ntoatf l1 Bis lancaafe and the theresult th thINUIt theresult
result wa was a misleading < report which put patMr putMr put11ir
Mr Harprr Harper1n in a wholly different Dt attitude attitudefrom attitUdeftom attitmieRom
from that which he really holds Having Havingappointed Ha Havingappointed vi viappotntfld <
appointed the tb committee e llUDlttfe even if the pertaoanel per personnel per1W1 ¬
sonnel 1W1 of 0 it was left In Pst j rt r to Capt CaptOyster CaptYl CaptOyster
Oyster Yl er to select aeleet it should ahoyld go 0 without the thesavins thesainK thesaying
savins saying that he would not for a moment momentseek moment8eek momentseek
seek to disavow responsibility 11111II tbiJity for the thecommittee theCOIIUDlttee thecommittee
committee Having approved JIPI this com committees eommltteea committees ¬
mittees action personally and officially officiallyit
it should he further taken take for granted grantedthat grantedthat te4 te4tbat
that he would not now question the su suoerity ohm ohmoerity >
oerity and thoroughness of its work But Buthe Buthe
he was wu unfortunately through tbroupvertellet reportorial reportorialInadvertence reportorisjinadvertence
Inadvertence vertellet put In the position of ofcriticistar ofcrt ofcriticising
criticistar crt both the committee eommitiee and its itswork ItaWOrk Itswork
work and in a role of hostility boatllit toward towardCapt towarclCap towardCapt
Capt Oyster OysterIr OysterUr
> Ur Ir Harper h arpers Position PositionWhat rOFitionWhat PoyitionWhat
What Mr Harper really said is set setfaith aftfwtb setforth
faith hi i hit b statement which follows aad aadwhich aadwhich andwhich
which r represents HU cements Hit his attitude correctly correctlyI
I ha harp hav beerl unjustly misquoted mWquotejft1Uelalllt as ascriticifclar aseritidsi
criticifclar eritidsi the way wa hi which the school schoolcommittee eehoolcommlU schoolcormito
committee of the Chamber of Commerce Commercewas Commercewas Commercewas
was formed of the maaaer la which it itha ItcloD ithas
ha has done cloD te work and as throwing asperaions asper aspersions uperupoa ¬
sions upoa Capt Oyster OysterA OrwteruA
uA A reporter er called me out from a ban banquet baaqaet bangust ¬
gust and > asked me a number num of Ques Questions qgeetIona guetlwns ¬
tions relating to the formation of the thepresent theJIeItCat timepresent
present school committee and I gave v him himthe htIRthe himthe
the fact facts as nearly as as I could recall them themThe themThe themThe
The report of the interview does doesthe doecItbe doesthe
the committee the Chamber of Com Commerce Commeroe Commeree ¬
merce Capt Oyster and myself m Hlf a serious seriousinjustice seriousht seriousinjustice
injustice ht At no time have I ever so much muchas muchu muchas
as thought of impugning the motives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men who suggested Mted the appointment appointmentof
of a school committee of the members of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that committee < or of Capt Oyster and andto andto andto
to be put in the position of criticising criticisingthem criticisingthem <
them even by implication or suggestion suggestionte 8U
te unwarranted and does me a grave in injustice InstJee Injustice ¬
justice stJee
Suggested Sugg tell by II Capt Oyster OyslerWhat O OysterWhat ter terWhat
What I told the reporter was that tha t the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a school committee was wasBuggMted wasfOfIted wassuggested
suggested fOfIted at a meeting of the chamber chamberin
in the early fall by Capt Oyster Oy ter At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that time the Chancellor trouble had ha < not notstarted notstarted notstarted
started Capt Oyster Oy ter In suggesting esl the theappointment theappolntmeat theappointment
appointment of a school committee said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the board of education had a large largetask 1arpeteak largetask
task upon Its hands that it did not know knowwhether kIIowwhether knowwhether
whether Us It acts cts were meeting meeUn with public publicfavor publiefavor publicfavor
favor or not not and that it desired that a arepresentative arepre arepresentative
representative repre entatlve committee be appointed in inorder inorder Inorder
order impartially to criticise crltk Its work work andmake and andmake andmake
make any suggestions 1iu gestlons that seemed to it itproper Itproper itproper
proper In other other words he desired theassistance the theassistance thetallQt
assistance tallQt of the chamber in order to tofind toftlld tofled
find out what was for the beat interest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools There had been such a at coinmittee com committee committee ¬
mittee of the old Business Mens Asso Association AMoelation Assroelation ¬
elation and it had hadproved proved very valuable valuableI
I myself suggested when it was pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed to appoint the committee then and andthere andthere andthere
there there that it t was w only proper courtesy courtesyto
to coaevlt Capt C8I > t Oyster in the selection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of th the committee This is isthe Isthe Isthe
the geaeraf ral rule in making up u all committees com committees committees ¬
mittees of the chamber and I saw no noreason norM80M noreason
reason for deviating in this case caseCapt easeCap caseCapt
Capt Oyster was Accordingly consult consulted COIUIUIted consulted ¬
ed as a s were others and I named who I Iconsidered Icolered Iconsidered
considered from all my Information those thosebast thoseat thosebest
best fttted to deal with school matters mattersCommend mattersCOllunendR mattersContrnends
Commend the Committee CommitteeI
I have nothing but admiration for the theway theQ theway
way Q in which these men mtl1 have given their tnetrtime tAetrtftM theirtitre
time and efforts efforts to an impartial investiga investigation JRveatl JRveatltioll iavestigatid ¬
tid tion a of school conditions eondltie Their whole wholedesire wholedesfre wholedesire
desire was always to find facts and nd do dojustice dojblltAce dojustice
justice impartially to all concerned andI and andr andI
r I consider that they have done more of ofContinued otContlnuell ofContinued
Continued on Pnjje 5 Column CohnnnI CohnnnBnIthnoreuDlI Col urn 5 5Baltimore 5Bnltimorennd
BnIthnoreuDlI Baltimore nnd Return Returnlinitiniore 125 125Daltimorc IiUnlthnorc
Daltimorc Ohio It It ItBvery RBnq IIIlvery
Bvery Saturday and Sunday All trains trainsbath trallUibfttJa tialasboth
bath ways both days except Royal Um ¬
ited City offices 1417 G st it an and 919 pa paave 1a 1a1e lsave
ave i
Thaw Jury I I Seems in zII Hope Hopeless Hopeless Hopeless ¬
less Disagreement DisagreementLOCKED lJisagreem DisagreementLOCKED en t tILOCKED
Will ill Report to Justice Jllstd cc Do Dowling Dowlingat hllg hllgat
at 1030 1 0 o This 1 Morning MorningHalf MorninglIul rornillehalf o
Half of the Jurors Would oulll Free Stan Stanford Stuntorll Stanford
ford Whites Slayer on the Groundof Ground Groundof Groulllof
of In hIHltIlH Insanity niiity While Others Would IVonldFind WouldFind VonldFhHI
Find Him Guilty nullt of IiomicidcChurgeDintrjet Homicide HomicideCharse JIomltIIIpJlurKtDItriot
JlurKtDItriot Charse District Attorney Attorno Already AlreadyContemplating AlrRllyCOlltemplntlnt AlreadyCoutemplnting
Contemplating a Third Trial TrialNew rial rialNew rialNew
New York Jan JL ILTbe The Thaw jury was waslocked haslocked s slocked
locked up tonight at Htf oclock having havingfailed havi1gCalled havingfailed
failed to agree upon a verdict At thai thaitime t thattime rId L Ltime
time it was w said that the Jury stood stoodfor stofdtor a afor
for acquittal on the ground of Jnsauif tnsanitand insanity insanityand Jnsauifand
and 6 for conviction COIn of homicide though thoughthis thugttJ thuuglthis
this information was not official officialAt omdalAt officialAt
At one time it was said that the jurois juroisstood jUTJstooct jute s sstood
stood S for acquittal on the ground groun u uinsanity uInaa1t uInsanity
insanity Inaa1t and 4 for conviction of murd murder murderhi murdHIn + r rin
In the first degree de The jury IT was lork lorh lorhup tusked tuskedup < l lup
up until 1930 oclock tomorrow morning morningNo ttlornngNo morn ± ng ngNo
No definite dedl te information came from ti tiJury tj tjJ1IIJ tijury <
Jury room Justice Dowttag spent t u uevening ttf ttfevfI r > < tevening
evening evfI at the Manhattan Club and resteed r reetved p peewe4l =
eetved reports from the courtroom a athough < > i ithoagh
though it was said he did not inquire inquireto a ato is isto >
to bow the jury stood stoodWhen iItoodWhen stoodWhen
When he was told by b
Capt William WilliamRicketta Wil WsliattRiekette fl flRlekett
Ricketta at II oclock eIoeIr that there was T Tpossibility no nobWty n npossibility > <
possibility bWty of the Jury agreeing at thni thnihour t tI tIhour I t thour
hour Justice DowUng OWU gave the order to tolock tolock tolock
lock the jury up for the night nightLittle mptLittle nightLittle =
Little Interest Shown ShovrnOutside ShownOutside
Outside 00 of the oAciato dkI and the news newspaper neW neWmen newspaper ¬
paper men there was w no great interest interestshown jnterfstIhowJI interestshown
shown in the result about the Criminal CriminalCourts Cr1mitJ rimital rimitalCourta 1 1CotJrta
I Courts Building The policemen stool stoolaround stOHIaround stoolaround
1 around but I they had little to do A fw fwwomen f fwomea ft a awomen
I women who had been looking 1ooJ ftA over China Chinatown Cll1n1C Cisinitown ¬
town C dropped in and were shooed awl awaThe awlThe aweThe
The district attorneys office was as keltopen kept keptopen kCJtpfta
open all the evening Mr Littleton and andMr allllMr atttMr
Mr OReilly were near by Evelyn Nos NosJrft tiect tr trt
Jrft t Thaw waited In the room upstairs upstairsnett upetairsnext upfttthDe
next De to the pen where Harry Thaw i ri4 ri4been loIbeen mt mtbeen
been sitting ttI while III the Jury was dhi dhieraitng dll1iBefOft deimierating
eraitng Before the defendant dant was taku takuback takaback tak n nback
back to the Tombs Tom she kissed him good goodlatent go goiinight d dt dFrom
i latent latentFrom night nightFrom t
From the meager reports of the th juy jurv jurvroom juyroom r rroom
room it seams almost a certainty certalnt that thatthe tlatthe tiatthe
the jury will disagree ee Any application applicationmad applkatiiIDCJe appliQatl appliQatlmade
mad made by the defense for the release releaseThaw Ttle rdeasThaw t tTbaw
Thaw ftI will < ha vigorously v irogttilr opposed by h t tdartrtci tU td
d dartrtci st OKorner li la the understat understating understalI1ao1F understaniIs ¬
ing Is now that if Qceeeoary Thaw will i t ttried I ItI1ed itried >
tried a third time aMtta Into tonignt the th dis district d d1et di diDiet ¬
Diet attorney was w contemplating co templatlng a third thirdtrial thiltrial t h i r 1 1trisf
trial trialIt trialIt trisfIt
It is expected iLit ti it Thaws Tb relative relativesthe relativethe Iflat t > < 1 1the
the event of a disagreement t will atttm athmjlt athmjltto > t tto tto
to get him out on ball but there seems seemsno seemsnodoubt
no ftOJdouht doubt that this win w Ill be fought by t tdistrict tdlatrlct the thedistrict > >
district attorney attorneyImmediately alt attorneyImmediately rBey rBeyImmediately
Immediately after the jury retired t iday tday
day 4 y young Mrs Thaw wont up to tin iiodetention TLIdf tindetention >
detention df OD pen Pen where she stayed Yed with itl1 1 1husband i ihusband
husband until he was removed to t
Tomb To
Await News Xc at Hotel HotelThaws HotelThaw lintelThaws =
i Thaws Thaw mother and sister went to th thHotel t tHotel tHotel <
I Hotel Lorraine where they have bet Twistaying hleitever betstaying
staying ever since they arrived in town tourMrs townMrs townno
Mrs Thaw nIawarraJllled arranged with Thaws counsel counselto
to telephone telepIw ae her the news De from time ttime to totine t ttime
time and sne tie did not visit v the Criminal CrimirnlCourts Crimin1tCourta CriminalCourts
Courts Bufldina RuiLling or see her son again againdnrins againtM againduring
dnrins during the course of 0 the afternoon and andevening antIeveal andevening
evening eveningRumors eveal eveningRumors 5 5Rumon
Rumors of all kinds began to circular circularshortly cir1j1atprUT ciretmlatshortly
shortly rUT after the jury retired Mr Jerome Jeromwas J Jeromewas erom eromwu
was asked what action he would takx takxshould tHk tHkshould taktshould
should the jury acquit Thaw on t tground tpou te teground
ground of insanity insanityI
I shouldnt do anything aD7tbl g be answer aniPIII aniPIIIIt L 1 1it
It would be up to the court The Th > lOUr lOUrcould sonrscould oun ouncould
could could if it believed Thaw a junatidangerous liniHti liniHtidangerous lul1litjdanSelOUl
I dangerous to the public safety aIfl romn mm t
him to an asylum for the criminal insan insanthere jnsantbere insanthere
there to be held for observation atlon and re report TPport report ¬
Fellowprisoner ThereOne There ThereOne TherOne
One of 0 the persons who visited isitd the theCrinthial th thCriminal thlCrlD
Criminal QaI Courts Building in the after afternoon art artnoon aftnoon ¬
noon waa Rata te Cascoul th the Italian Itthanwho Italianwho ltalhmwho
who was for a aJong long while a fellowprison fellowprisoner ¬
er of Thaw in the Tombs Cascont wa waonce Vaonc was wasonce
once onc convicted of murder but got a stew itentrial 11f 11ftra1 stewtrial
trial and was then acquitted He and
Thaw got to be very chummy in th thTombs thTombs thTombs
Tombs and were allowed at one time texercise t texercise texerellle
exercise together tber He told everybody everybodywho pvt everyhodswho > nbod nbodwllo
who would listen how Interested ho wan wanin n a H Hin s sIn
in Thaws case and how much he hoped hopedthat hopedtba oped opedthat
that tba be would be acquitted acquittedAt
At I oclock the jury went up to the theHotel thpRotel theHotel
Hotel Knickerbocker for two purpose purposeThe purpolPThe purposesThe
The first was to get t dinner The second secumlwas sconlwas secondwas
was to pack up p their belongings that thathave thathave thathave
have been accumulating < there in th t tiici tiicirooms 1Pj 1Pjrooms > i irooms
rooms in the course of toe last l t few fctvweeks kwweeks fewweeks
weeks and take them down to the JUT Junroom JUTroom juryroom
room where they were to spend the th rest restof rp retof t tof
of their time until they were discharged dischargedOBITTJAHY discharg dOBITUARY d dOBITUARY
Man Inn Who Worked Sympathy Dodge DodgeGoes Dotl DodgeGoes e eGoc
Goes Goc to Jail an Result ItCMUltUttca UeJlultUtica ResultUtica
Utica N Y Jan SlCharlee J Aokaly Aokalythe Aekelythe < kflly kfllythe
the man who whogained gained wide fame a few fewdays r fewdays ew ewclan
days ago by publishing his wifes obituarywhile obituary obituarywhile obltuaT obltuaTwhUe
while the bitter at was visiting in Troy Tro 0 and andwho anIpbo andwho
who pbo worked ked the
sympathy pat1l7 dodge on onseventeen onlIeentee onseventeen
seventeen different tt Uticans for varying varyingamounts varyingamounts varyingamounts
amounts of cash was today t sentence Bfntcnc1to sentenceto
to four months imprisonment He lays layshis layshis layshis
his trouble to drink and Dd told the court courtthat courtthat courtthat
that when be Is intoxicated he imagines imagineshis imagineshis > s sha
his near relatives and friends are dead deadand deadand deadand
and he gets no mental relief until he hespreads hIspreads hespreads
spreads their virtues In the public prints printsANCIENT printsANCIENT printsANCIENT
IliKxiiiMon Textbook Te tooIL Sot tp to toDate toDntc toDate
Date in Boston BostonBoston 1I0lltollBtMIton BostonBoston
Boston Jan SI 11CoL CoL Thomas Went Wentworth Wintworth Wentworth
worth I3gginaons on Young You Folks His History HiRtory Illstory ¬
tory of the United States a textbook textbooktin textbooktli
tin tli the Boston public schools for a generathott genera generation genratton ¬
tion has bean barred out from such use usewMl U useand f f1UM1
and is now put in the list for supple supplementary supplementary Supplementary ¬
mentary reading readihgTha rea4tbhs readingThe
The reason given by Superintendent of ofSchools orSehoola ofSchools
Schools Brooks is that the supervisors supervisorswho supervi50fsw1l0 supervisorswho
who make up the list of textbooks each eachyoar eachyear acJl acJl1OOr
year have decided dc ded the history is not notfully nothili notfully
fully hili up to date date and is i not adapted a for forreading forrllU1h1t forreading
reading by children in the grade where whereit
it Has been proscribed proscribedSweet prcllCl1bedSweet prescribedStreet
Sweet AIoIe Violets loIe f < M tOe Per Bunch BunchBlackistone DuucbBlaeklstone BunchBiaekistone
Blackistone 14th and H HIts its nw

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