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YISITORSLAUDBRYAS YISITORSLAUDBRYASNebraskans VISITORSLAUD BRYAN BRYANN
Nebraskans N Callers Assure AssureEim SsureHim
Him of Success SuccessPROMISED SuccessPltOmSED
PROMISED STATE tiE d F KENTUCKY KENTUCKYOllle KENTUOKYOllie
Ollle James Declares fleclar Republicans in inIliH InDb influ
flu State Are Split Up Over Fair Fairbanks I nir nirbnuUs ¬
banks and Tnft TuftMichigan TuftMichiganneetIcnt Michigan Con Connecticut Connettfeut ¬
necticut anti nut Massachusetts lUn 8nebusctt Dele Delesates Delegates
sates Given to Peerless Leaderv LeadervNew Lender LenderNew
New York Y rc April if BW111tM WIlHam J 1 Bryan Bryanhad Br1Mhad Dr
q had four callers at the Hoffman House Howstoday Housetod
today tod todDanIel Dantel J Campau Democratic Democraticrational DemocraticrtUonal DtnocrstkrtIOni
rational rtIOni committftenutn commlttft1aft for Michigan Jo Joetah Josiah
etah Qulncy Qulnc of oC Boston State Senator SenatorMcNeil Se SonatoMcNeil ator atorMcNeill
McNeil of ofConnootlcut Connecticut and Representa Representative Representative ¬
tive Ollle James of Kentucky KentuckyCamtMUi KentvekrCampau IcontuekyCarnpau
CamtMUi reiterated his 1d oftrepeatad oftrepeatadstatement oftrepoA ted tedstatement I
statement as to the outcome of the th Den Denver Dener Donver ¬
ver er convention CIt It is to be Dry Bryan n on the thefirst thefirst th
first ballot ballotCamjmu blletCampau
Camjmu Michigan Democrats have ve s sd sdfor SOkor M Mfor I
for or several months 18 to I bI b retired a anational all allnational
national commltteaman commltteemaft for the th State StateQutacy StateQulRey StateQuhcyr
Qutacy said g he was out and out for forBryan forBryan
Bryan and that M rAaKeb1Mtta a chiwett wa waa alao alaobut alllObut
but he did not care to go o into details detailsMcNeill d taUs taUsMcNeill
McNeill said that the Connecticut dele delegation delegation delogatlon ¬
gation would be for Bryan and ante OllteJames anteJan16S OUhiJames
James who is looked upon as one of the thescores thoCorM C
scores of original Bryan men said saidIt aaldU saidIt
It is all Bryan in Kentucky Theres Therespractically Therespracticall There Therepractically
practically practicall no other candidate considered consideredthere aonslderec1there I Itber
there tber There U a Smell Johnson follow following following followleg ¬
ing but it will make very little showing showingWill showlnGWill showingwill
Will Kentucky be a doubtful State Statenext Statenext Statinext
next fall he was AS asked askedNot ukedNot askedNot
Not for a minute James replied repliedThe repUedTbe repliedThe
The Republican party Ia all broken up upover upover UI UIover
over Taft aad a d Fairbanks but even if it itwas Itwas Ii Iiwas
was not ftOt there would be no doubt of the theresult theresult tU tUresult
result Bryan will carry the State by b3 b3ocgl
80009 ocgl at least leastBrynn leastJiran
Brynn Is Not XotSo So Sure SureBryan SureBryan nre
Bryan himself is I not so o cocksure of the thenomination tMnomlDt1oIl Ui i
nomination as some of his II eathnstaette eathnstaettepersonal eatb1NladopersolMll onthusastIpersopa
personal persopa following follow This has been fete fetestate hllt h C CstAte
state t te of mind for nearly a month espe especially e8pecially eapedaily ¬
cially sines his hi tour of Virginia Hie fre frequent frequent frequest ¬
quent scoots through the States and andespecially ande aw awespecially
especially e peclany those the east of th tht Missouri MissouriRiver lII sourllUver MiasourRiver
River have been interpreted Interpreted to mean that thathe tkthe tl tlbe
he must keep eep the pot boiling if h he is to towin towin ti I Iwin
win at Denver The Tile defection of Hearst Hearsthas Beanthas t tbaa
has been a factor factcr it t is I said Id in hi disturbing dieturbh
Bryaas usual Bubbling ubblln cup of cheer cheerBryan elMerBryan cheerBryan
Bryan said he read the testimony of ofThomas ofThomas 0 f fThomas
Thomas Ryan in the Metropolitan inves investigation In88UgaUOft inveetigatlon ¬
tigation and said JcI concerning the cam campaign campaign campalgn ¬
paign contributions contributionsThat eoDtrlbutlftn8That eantrlbnuensThat
That is something somethln I always knew Mr
Ryans testimony Is chiefly valuable for fo r
details as to the subscription IiIUb crlptJon of the themoney themoney th a amoney
money The 9860460 0000 which Ryan men mentioned mentioned incationed ¬
tioned as having been contributed was wasmore wasmore a antore
more than we had in either campaign campaignand campaignand campaignand
and it shows what influence one corpora corporation corPOntUon corporathin ¬
thin in one eity can exert when 118ft it wants wantsto wntato wantto
to
But not all of the monay iiiena went t to the theRepublicans theRepublicans tie a aRepublicans
Republicans Mr Bryan was WItiYes told toldYes
Yes but the proportions JWQ JftrtJoM hav ave net been beenstated beenta besistated
stated statedIt statedIt ta ted tedIt
It is known from the books of the themocratlc th a
Democratic mocratlc National Committee that the thesilver thesliver tie C Csilver
silver mine owners trust contributed to ti I
Bryans Bryq fund in 18N 3 and 1MB 1 something IIOmethln IIOmethlnlike
like JJW 0 0Discuss
Discuss Vine Joe Presidency PresidencyBryste PresidencyBrnA PresidencyEry
Bryste Ery retteraied rettArrat fete iO statement ateM t that tJuitFrank thatFrank th t tFrank
Frank Katxeabaca bol ot o N ow w J Jersey would wouldmake W IJldmake I Imake
make a firstrate Vice Presidential candi candidate caaclldat candidate ¬
date dat Katsenbaeh la net a Bryan man manBryan mDBryan
Bryan saya to his friends that if he manS is Iabe to tobe tobe S
be the th candidate at Denver he can easily easilybeat eastlybeat eashI r rbeat
beat Taft Ohio Republicans are torn to toshreds toSLre t S SsIieds
shreds and Judson Harmon Democrat DemocratJs
J Js looked upon as the strongest person In Intha Inth8 hi a atho
tha State StateIt Staten StateIt
It was the very genera eraJ opinion today todayof tadayof toda I Iof
of some disinterested di8tDtere ted men that Bryan is isto isto I 5 5A
A to have the fight ft ht of his life Ut at Denver Denverand Denverand Denveiand
and that he and his friends are counting countingupon eountlntJpon eountln countinupon
upon political chickens which wilT not be behatched behatched b bbatched
hatched hatchedThat batchedThat i
That he is not as strong in JIll as a ft fteither 01lt I Ieither
either lt r of his two former campaigns eMpa1 te the theview thefew tb e eview
view few of many Democrats DemocratsBryan DelltocratBryan DeinoerataBryan
Bryan leaves town tomorrow morning morningfor J1IOID J1IOIDfor inorahitfor
for Nebraska He has not put a finger fingerinto ftQer1nto tingeInto
into the New York Democratic meas or orseen orseen o r rseen
seen Charles F Murphy or Wintara WJ tam R RHearst R RHeniit F L LHesrst
Hearst HearstBRYAN HeniitBRYAN HesrstBRYAN
BRYAN TALKS TO STUDENTS STUDENTSExpresses STUDENTSExpreSlell STUDENTSErpreses
Expresses Admiration for the New XeirOklahoma NewOklnbomo Ner NerOklahoma
Oklahoma State Stnt Convention ConventionNew Coneutfol1New ConventionNew
New York April a 1Mr Mr Bryan ad addressed ItddreSMd a t tdreseed ¬
dressed some hundreds of law students of ofNew ofNew o if ifew
New ew York University In the Washington WashingtonSquare Wil3hingtonSQuare It ItSquare
Square building of the university unlverstt at atoolock 6 6oclock Ioolock
oolock this evening eveningMr eveningMr ovenlugMr
Mr Bryan said that he h believed that thatthe thatthe this t tthe
the Oklahoma constitution written rltten as assome assome a S
some one had said by cornfield oor fteld lawyers lawyerswas lawyerswas 1awyerwas I SI
was the best constitution con Utution of ot any State in inthe III IIIthe I it
itt
the country today He said The great greatquestions gI8tqUIIti grea greaqueattone t
questions qUIIti ns that aff affect et this tht country are arethrashed anthrashed a C Cthrashed
thrashed out by the cornfield lawyers be before betore ¬
fore ore the lawyers awyers of the great cities know knowWhats knowWbats knoi knoiwhats r
Whats going on onWhen 00 00When onWhen
When it came time for the studeitfe to t 0
ask sk questions que tJo somebody 8Omebod asked what Mr MrBryan MrDry Mrllryait
Dry Bryan had done in InCoogre88 Congress and he said saidthat akthat saidthat
that that was a long question He enum enumerated enumerated enumerated ¬
erated among amon other things his advocacy advocacyof advoc cy cyof
of the election le tlon of Senators by direct vote voteof votet voteof
of t the people and his support of the in income income Income ¬
come tax measure measult of which he was wasproud wasroud wasproud
proud roud And I am In favor he said saidof 88ldot saidSot
of an amendment to the Constitution Constitutionproviding Constitutionproviding Constitutionproviding
providing for an income tax so that no noone noone noone
one judge and no nine judges can build buildbuhrk a abulwark a abulwark
bulwark around the fortunes of the rich richand richand richand
and put the t e burden of taxation on the thebacks thebacks thebacks
backs ot the poor poorHe poorHe poorHe
He added as among his Congressional Congressionalperformances Congreaslonalperformance Congressionalperformancea
performances the th introduction of a bill billTrial billP billPILE
P PILE PILEV IL E ECURE
V CURE CUREFREE COREFREE
FREE FREETrial
Trial Package of Wonderful Pyra Pyramid Pyramid Pyraini ¬
mid ini Cure Sent to All Who WhoSend WhoSend WhoSend
Send Name and Address AddressThere AddressThere AddressThere
There are hundreds of cases of piles pileswhich plieshleh pileswhich
which hleh have lasted for twenty and thirty thirtyyears thirty8Brs thirtyyears
years 8Brs and have been cured in a few days daysor daysor daysor
or weeks with the marvelous PjTamldPile P PyramId PyramIdPile Tamld TamldPile
Pile Cure CurePiles CurePtle CurePiles
Piles sufferers in the past p st have looked lookedupon lookedtJpon lookedupon
upon an operation as the only relief reliefBut r reliefBut llef
But operations rarely cure cure and often
lead to fearful results resultsThe resultTbe resultsThe
The Pyramid Pile Cure cures It re ¬
lieves the swelling swellln stops stop the congestion congestionheals congestionheals congestionheals
heals the ulcers and assures fissures and the piles pilesdisappear PlJesdisappear piesdIsappear
disappear There is no form of piles pileswhich pileswhich plieswhich
which this remedy is not made to cure
The Pyramid Pile Cure can be used at at110me
home There is no loss of Ume or de detention de detention dotention ¬
tention from business There is j no case caseof caseot caseof
of piles so severe that the Pyramid Pile
Cure will not bring relief reliefWe reliefWe reliefWe
We make no charge for a trial package packageof
of Pyramid Pile Cure This sample will willrelieve wl11relieve willrelieve
relieve the itching soothe the inflamed inflamedmembrane inflamedmembrane Inflainedmembrane
membrane and start tart you on your way
to a cure After you have used the sam sample aampIe sampIe ¬
pIe go to the druggist for a 50aent box boxof boxot boxof
of the remedy Write today The sam sample sample sampie ¬
ple costs you nothing Pyramid Dru Drug Co
143 Pyramid Bids Marshall Mich Mlc Mlce
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putting p on the free list things which whichcame whichcame Whichame
came came c into competition with wIt articles hi the thecontrol thecontrol
control c of the trusts And I believe believehe believehe believee
ch cp he h e said Sd 4ftjlet tjbat It It would w ulq have saved so v81 the thepeopte thepeohvri4re theeopJ
peopte peohvri4re p eopJ hundreds of millions of dollars dollarswhi doisblht oUus oUusWh
whi w blht frhftye U hae been eth taken from them themH tbemIi thmH
H also said tdtbatth that th t1w bill l1IUh he bed fa favered favered
vered v oreil providing for changes cl1an in the keep keeping keepIII keepeg ¬
vl ing l eg vC C bank reserves would hav ba have spared sparedthe spanHitht siaredh
the t h public the tbepanlo panic through which the thecountry thecountry theuntry
tco
country co cot untry had hadMr passed passedMr passedMr
Mr Bryan told another interrogator interrogatorthat l Interrogatorhat terrogalor terrogalorthat
that t hat he had not come there to discuss a anomination 0nomlnaUonto fim1nat1on
nomination nomlnaUonto n m1nat1on to the Presidency and the thtmeeting themeeting theeeting
nm
meeting m eeting came cam to an end endBEYA2T ondBRYAN endBRYAN
BRYAN WANTS V ANTS ATs NO OFFICE OFFICEiTell OFFICEreUs
iTell reUs r elIs Audience Why TJIY He Cnnnot He HeCalled DcVnnetl lIeCalled
Called a Demagogue UemnjrojrnaNew DCl11nJtoguNew DemagogueNew
New York April April 21The The tariff trustgovernment trustgovernment trust trustsovernment
government g overnment ownership of railroads r tl ds and andwhy al1tlwhy anElhy
why w hy he shouldnt be called a demagogue demagoguewere demagoguewere demagogueore
were w ore matters briefly run over OVC by William WilliamJ WIlliamBryan
J Bryan in a speech he h made this thisevening tbls tblsev thisvening
evening ev e lng at the dinner of the Burtness BurtnessScience Bu Bealne lMBI lMBIScience
Science S cience Club at the Aldme Association AssociationSome A 4iOdatlonSome <
Some of 0 you 01 have heard me called a ademftgrogue adeg a
demftgrogue deg d emgogue gue he said That word wordcommonly is iscommonly
commonly used as a term of reproach but butits butIt
its It I ts a compliment The man who has hte htehand hlatband
hhI
hand in the other fellows pocket te teawfully 15awfully he I
heI
awfully a afraid of a demagogue If you youhave JOOUhave yetave I
have h ah ave ever called me a demagogue demagoguewant I Iwant Iwant
want you to take back what you have havesaid ba baMid haveaid
said s aid or never say it again againI <
I want nothing from the American Americanpeople AmerJeanpeople I
AmericasL
people The Tb fact that I have been a acandidate acandidate a L
candidate c twice for the Presidency gives givesme gh88me glveime aI I
me a position that I could use u e anywhere anywherein anywherer
in I n business bu I am as independent In my myliving myvtnS m miving r
la living l vtnS as any millionaire for I have an anasset an8aMt at atsset
asset a sset in the confidence of thtt people that thatIs that1a
Is I s more stable than money mon To me its itsworth 1laworth It
worth more than all the offices I dont dontwant dontlUlt dontwant L
want lUlt any offices but I want to leave leavesomething Jveomethlng
something s more than a reputation for forrunning forrunnln fou fourunning
running runnln for high office A good gov government gOYernmant goveminent ¬
eminent is the richest legacy a a father fathercan tathorcan r
can leave a a child childfr childr
fr r Bryan got some loud cheers when whenhe whenhe I
he finished finishedNEW finishedNEW
NEW JERSEY NOT NOPTO TO INSTRUCTDemooratio INSTRUCT INSTRUCTDemooratic INSTRUCIDemooratic I
Demooratic Primaries Forecast Ao Aotion Action
tion of Convention ConventionIrnte ConventionJ ConventionInte
J
Irnte b ate Return Indicate n Complete o0ll11JeteJctor CompleteVictory QompletVictory i
Victory Jctor for Regular RegularOrganization RegulnrOrganlzntlou RegularOrganization
Organization OrganizationTrenton OrganlzntlouTreBtoa OrganizationTrenton
Trenton N J April 31 tThe The results tUJ of ofthe ofthe o
the > Democratic primaries hetft in New NewJersey NewJeneyat Nei NeiT e
Jersey Jeneyat T last night and Ualshthave tonight have prac practically prAetle ¬
tle tically convinced COII wced the State Slat lenders pratI that thatthe tbattbe the thethe I
the New W Jersey delegates deitgat to the Demo Democratic DemoeratJc ¬
cratic convention COII Uoa will go unpledged Ullple led to toany toany ti tiany 0
any candidate candidateThe eaJKU ateTbe candidateTb
The Tb primaries in Ba K Soex x County last lastnight JutntPt isa t tnight
night were almost sufficient to demon demonstrate d dstrate demonstrata ¬
strate to the Bryan supporters that it itwas Itwa I IWa
was wa useless to make Rake any aB further effort effortto effortto effor efforto
to have ve bis candidacy candidae indorsed by the theState theStAte th thStAte
State convention conventionReturns conventionRotur conventionReturns
Returns Rotur tonight to bt Indicate a victory victorypractically vIotsr 1a I a aprtieii
practically every county for the ti regular regularorganization r rorganization
organization In Hudson Hu son the tlIelItDlu organiza organization erganisatIer ¬
tIer to virtually pledged to Bryan but butthe butthe ho t the
the t he support which his followers there theremay theremay thee C Cmay
may count upon from other sections is Ie8Cattertq so soscattering s 0 0scattering
scattering as a to make control for Bryan Bryanimprobable BryaqImprobable S Smprobable
improbable improbableIn I
In j the primaries in Mercer County to tonight to tonight tonight I ¬
night Bryan forces did not make a single singlecontest at ateontest sing S Scontest
contest and the organisation which op opposed op opposed opposed ¬
posed his hi nomination is in complete eon control eontroI k ktroL ¬
trol troLTb
trolThe
The Tb situation te saIl t tD 1 be similar sialdlarpraetJcaUy In Inpractically ii iipractically
practically every southern county This Thiswill Thiswill Thi Thiwill
will leave former United States Senator SenatorJames SeDtorJunes C CJames
James Smith Jr of Newark practically practicallymaster practleaJl1muter preodeaIImaster
master of the convention eo eovhittion Uon Mr Smith is isopposed IsoptlOed I Ioppo041
opposed to Bryan and incidentally he hemade hemade h e emade
made known to his friends Irk today that he hewould hewoulcJ ii 0 0WOUld
would accept a a position as detegateat detegateatlarge delegateatl delegateailarge
large l to the th national convention L Mr MrSmith MrSmith Mi MiSmith
Smith is isan an old oldhawl hand at the game me of poli politics polities pollties ¬
tics ties and his receptive candidacy Is 1 re regarded re regarded regardod ¬
garded as equivalent to a declaration that thathe thathe the i ibe
he will be able to control the State con convention convendon yesventlon ¬
vention ventionCOETELYOU vendonOORTELyqU ventlonCORTELYOU
COETELYOU OORTELyqU IN AUBURN ATIBTTRNSecretary AUBURNSecrefnr AUBURNSecretary
Secretary Secrefnr of the Treasury Talks to toBusiness toDnsInell1l hi a aUnsiness
Business Jlel1Auburn Men MenAuburn UenAuburn
Auburn N No Y Y April 21 2Hon Hon George GeorgeB a
B B Cortelyou Secretary of the Treasury Treasurywas Treasu TreasuWLI r ar
was the principal guest efM this evening e at atthe atthe a t ttM
the annual dinner of the Auburn Business BusinessMens Bwdneu1en a aMens
Mens 1en Association AI He arrived I in the thecity thecity th a acity
city early in the day accompanied by his hisson h1s80ft hi a
son and private > rlYllte secretary H O Weaver WeaverHe WeaveiHe VverHe r ar
He wag w entertained at luncheon at the theCity theCity th e eCity
City Club by H L I Romig Rom president of ofthe ofthe c f fthe
the association sodatlon and later atar went for an anautomobile anautomobl1e a a aautomobile
automobile ride about the city with Uk Gen GenC GeDC 1 1C
C D XacDougal United States marshal marshalof d dof
of the Northern district of New York YorkAn YorkAn Yor L
An Informal reception was tendered Sec Secretary Secretary Secrotary 1 ¬
retary Cortelyou previous to the h dinner dinnerand dlnneiand lnner lnnerand
and he met personally all Il of the 2 18 mem members memben monhers ¬
ben of the association and their guests guestsFormer gueetsFormer guestiFormer
Former Mayor E L C Aiken presided at atthe atthe s t tthe
the dinner dinnerSecretary cUnnerSecretary dinnerSecretary
Secretary Corteiyeu spoke on Some Someaspects Some8SJ6Ct Sord e easpects
aspects of public service He was given givencordial givenII give n nO
II cordial greeting when h he arose a to tospeak tospeak t 0 0speak
speak and his address add was given the theclosest tilec10Hait th e eclosest
closest attention attentionCOWLES attentionCOWLES attentionCOWLES
COWLES RUES POR CONGRESS
EltfMU lgath District North Carolina Hc Hcpnlillcnnx RcImllIcnl1li RelUhlieUhIO
pnlillcnnx Select a Cnmlldntc CnmlldntcSpecial CnnJlIlnteSpecIal CnndldnteScdal
Special io The Wa W Wiakisgtae bk > gtai Herald HeraldSalisbury UertldSell8bu lierildSalisbury
Salisbury Sell8bu N C April 22 22In In the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican Congressional Congres lonal convention for th thEighth the theEighth theEighth
Eighth district held at Taylorsville to today today today ¬
day Charles M Cowlea of Wilkes was wasnominated WIlSnominated wasnominated
nominated for Congress winning over L LC LC LC
C Wagner of Iredelt IredeltThe IredeJLThe IredelLThe
The convention elected C H H Cowles Cowlesand Cowlesand Cowiesand
and L L C C Wagner delegates delegat s to the Re Republican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican national convention at Chicago Chicagoin Chlca o oIn
in June JuneWILL JuneWILL
JuneWILL
WILL OPPOSE C B LANDIS LANDISDcmocrnta LANDISDcmocrntll LANDISDemocrats
Democrats of Ninth Indiana District DistrictIVominntc DIAtrlctNominate DintrietNominate
Nominate Candidate for Congress ConffreswKokomo ContresKokomo CongressKokomo
Kokomo Ind April S tMartln Martin A Mor Morrison lIorrison Morrisen ¬
rison of Frankfort was wa today nominat nominated nommatad nominated ¬
ed for Congress by the Democrats of the theNinth theNinth theNInth
Ninth District DistrictResolutions DistrictResolutfons DistrictResolutions
Resolutions favoring the nomination of ofBryan oiBryan
Bryan for President and John W Kern Kernfor Kernfor I Ifor
for Vice Presiaent were adopted adoptedSIMMONS adoptedSThIMONS adoptedSIMMONS
SIMMONS FOR CHAIRMAN CHAIRMANSenator OHAIRMANSenator CHAIRMANSenator
Senator Boomed for Head of t Demo Democratic DemoeraUc Democrahlo ¬
cratic National Committee CommitteeSenator CommitteeSenator CommitteeSenator
Senator Furnlfold M Simmons of North NorthCarolina NorthCarollna NorthCarolina
Carolina reckoned as one of the most mostastute mostastute mostastute
astute political managers In Democratic Democraticnational Democraticnational Democraticnational
national politics is being groomed for the thejob tbejob thejob
job of chairman of the Democratic Na National NIltiona National ¬
tional Committee to succeed Thomas Thom s Tag Taggart Taggart Taggart
gart of Indiana IndianaIt IndianaIt IndianaIt
It appears that the friends of the Presi Presidential Presidential Presidentlal ¬
dential boom of Senator Charles A A A Cul Culbarson Culberson Cu Cuberson
berson of Texas are behind the move movement movcment movemont ¬
ment to secure Senator Simmons election electionto electionto
to the chairmanship of the th big Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic committee committeeSanator committeeSenator committeeSenator
Senator Simmons attracted particular particularattention pnrUbntarattention pnrtjci1arattention
attention as a shrewd political managei manageiwhen managerwhen manageiwhen
when he assumed the leadership leaders ll of the theDemocrats theDemoclts theDemocrats
Democrats in North Carolina several ceveralyears veral veralyears I Iyears
years ago and wrested the State from the thecontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of the RepublicanPopulists which whlqhwere whichwere whi ii iiwere
were led In IDfcoolltlon coalition by exSenator Jeter JeterC Jeter JeterC JoteeC
C Prltchard now a Federal Circuit Court
judge In the South SouthOnly SouthOnly
Only Onl 10 1 cent a neek Trcelt delivered o at atyour atyour atyour I
your door doorthe the dally Issues of The Wash ash ¬
ington Herald Phone Main 3300
pPSTAT lIPSTATE 1 JPSTAPE E IN REVOLT REVOLTNew REYOLTNev
New N ew York Democrats After AfterMurphy AftelMurphy
Murphy and Conuers COl1nersWILta CouiiersWILL
WILL ISSUE A GAIL TO ARMS ARMS3Ias ARMSJhUfH
3Ias JhUfH M uss Meeting 3ieetln Denounces Del1 UIlCeH Gag GagRules GngRIIIC
Rules nt Carnegie hull Convention Conventionnnd COJlcnHonand Cojiventloziand I
and Demands Resignation of Pnt Pntten Pntten
ten Seated as Committeeman I IBosaesTaziiuinny
Bosses DOll8eHnul1unny Tammany Lenders Scored ScoredUt1ea
Utica N Y April 22Tho Onddft OnddftCounty OnfridnCounty Oueld
G County ounty Democratic general committee at ata ata at
a mass meeting In this city this afternoon afternoonformally afternoontormaU1 I
formally f launched the revolt of the up upState upState uptate
State S tate Democracy against the control of ofthe otthe ol olhe
the t he State organization by Murphy and andConnors anaConnors an anonnors
Connors ConnorsThe ConnorsThe C onnors
The committee adopted a set of vigorous vigorousresolutions vIgorousreeoJuUons I
resolutions which will form the ground groundwork groundwork ¬
work for the call to arms to bo Issued IssuedSaturday Is issuaaturday
Saturday Saturda S following the conference in this thiscity thiselt 3 3ity
city c ity on that day of leaders in the move movement movoment novomast ¬
ment to qppose Murphy and Conner ConnerThe Conner ConnerThe ConnergThe
The resolutions demand the resignation resignationof I If
of o f Harry S Patten as is s State comnUtee comnUteeman coJn comIttooman ltle9 ltle9maD
man for this Senatorial district and the thereinstatement thorelnetatement th theinstatement
reinstatement r of John W r Potter the thechoice Utecbol tie t
choice cbol c hoice of the delegates from OneIda OnddaCounty OneIdaCOUftt7 OnchiuiCounty 1
County t t the Democratic State conven convention conyentlon convenion ¬
tion t ion
tionThe
The resolutions were adopted by an anoverwhelming anoverwhelmln ai aiverwhelming
overwhelming overwhelmln o majority though Patten Pattenmade Pattenmade I Imade
made IL strenuous attempt to stem1 teir the thetide thetJ tb e eide
tide tJ t ide against a lMt him Subsequently he an announced anMuaeM announeed ¬
nounced he would wuJd ignore the demand d for forhis fotbls to tohis
his resignation re as State commltteenwn commltteenwnand coenmitteamaiand
and stand pat t as the champion of Mur Murphy 1furphy Murphy ¬
phy and Conner ConnerHot COnneHot Coimeeshot
Hot Political Gathering GatheringThis Gntheril1JrThis GatheringThis
This afternoons afternoon meeting was the thewarmest tbewarmelt tie tieWarmest
warmest political gathering held In InOneida InOneida L LOneida
Oneida County Count in a generation neraUon Fifty Fiftyspeeches FUt7peeebti Pitt Pittapeorhes
speeches rent the air many utterances utterancesbeing utterancMbei C Cbeing
being bei couched m In terms more forceful forcefulthan forcefulthan foreef II IIthan
than elegant when the orators of the theoccasion theoceuton tie tieoceaslon
occasion got down to a description de rtptJon of the thealleged Uteall th thalleged
alleged all ecl gag rule tactics which prevailed prevailedat preM td tdat d dat
at the recent Carnegie Cam Hall convention eoflventtenMurphy CO conventionMurphy etttl8n etttl8nlurphy
Murphy and Conners were wer treated to toone toone t 0 0one
one of the most scholarly tongue lack lackIngs lulllags
lags 1 beard in this neighborhood In many manya ma maa man mana
a day when City Magistrate OConnar OConnarone OColmerone OCosneie
one e of the delegates de t opened his batteries batterieson C Con
on these gentlemen O OConner Conner was pun pwmmeled pmmeled C Cmeleti
meled by policemen in the Carnegie Hall Hallconvention HaUconvenUon Ha Haconvention
convention and recollection UecUon of his ex experience 0 0perlence esenco ¬
perience enco there undoubtedly gave him himInspiration a avivid avlvtd t
vivid inspiration for his rabid attack on onMurphy onMurphy o a aliturphy t
Murphy and Conners whom he charac characterised charaeterlRd t tterized ¬
terised as that disreputable speck on onthe oathe a a athe i
the western horizon of the State StateD StateD StateD
D B HILL VISITS SENATE SENATEFormer SENAlEFormer SENATEFormer
Former Governor Call CnlJiC on Xevr York YorkState YorkStnte or II IIState c
State AKfcnthly AJi1icmhhAdJourllx Adjourns Today TodayAlbany roda rodaAlbany rodayAibany
Albany April a 2Former Former Gov D B BHOI nH I I IHill
HOI H l teinight paid a visit to the senate it itbeing Itelq Itbeing 1
being his first visit to the senate nate chamber chamberwhile ehamberwlille er erwhile r
while a session has been In progress iu iumany Inmany I a amany 1
many years yea year He was invited to bike a aseat aseat aseat 1
seat by the lieutenant governor and busi business 1m 1mnea I Ifloss ¬
ness was suspended while be made a brief briefaddress brletaddnS8 brie Cf Cfaddress f
address addressThe i IThe
The former governor was given a most mosthearty mostI moe it itherty 1
I hearty ty reception He had business with withthe wit 1th 1ththe a atite i
the nnanee Itnee committee of the senate senateTemorrow HIUltemorrow senateTOmorrow
TOmorrow morrow one of toe most m uneventful uneventfulsessions un ntf1l ntf1l1JePt0ft8 ii iieasIons
sessions of the legislature will 111 end 00 Plnnl Plnnladjournment Finn1adjoununent Fine Li Liadjournment 1
adjournment has ba been fixed e4 for tomor tomorrow tomorntW tomoirow ¬
row and It is likely both houses will fin finish fintheir I Itab ¬
tab their buslnes promptly on time timeBut timeBut timeBt
But the legislators will l return It Is Islikely Islikely I islIkely s
likely that Gov Hughes H will call an extrk exuIon extr extrksession i t tsceelon
session Ion for May tay 12 12 the date of the special specialelection specialflection spech Li Lielection I
election in the Fortyseventh senatorial senatorialdistrict seDtOrialdiatrlet ii iiINSTRUCTIONS 1
district districtHTSTETTCTIONS
diatrletINSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR TAFT TAPTRepublican TAFTn4puhllcnn TAFTHepubitcan
Republican of ISigliih Alabama and andTwelfth nntlIwelCth an ii iiPvcith I
Twelfth Michigan Ilcltf 1I1 Districts for Him IliniBirmingham nlmBIrmingham HimBirmingham
Birmingham April 22 The Republicans Republicansof Is Isof 5
of the Eighth Alabama district held their theirconvention theircolIYeatioa thel Ir Irconvention r
convention at Decatur today and elected electedJudge electedJudp elects d dJudge i
Judge J A Steel Steele of Colbert County Countyand Count Countand t tand
and G O Cbenault Chenault of Lawrence County Countyas Count r rdelegates
as delegates to the th Chicago convention conventionThe convenUonThe conventionThe
The delegates ckl tea were instructed to ite itefor Itafor 1 h
for Secretary Taft for the Presidential Presidentialnomination Preak1entlt1nomlnatlon t tnomination 1 t
nomination Jere J re Murphy urphy jr of Hunts Huntsville Huntsville HuntiyuLe
ville was 1 nominated for Congress to run runagainst run runa ru H Hagainst i
against a t Judge Richardson on Democrat D8 1ocrnr thepresent the thepresent t In Inpresent
present Incumbent IncumbentPresident lacumtientPresident incumbentPresident
President Roosevelts administration administrationwas In Inwas
was Indorsed and J O Thompson pros present prosent C Cent ¬
ent State chairman was U Indorsed and andrecommended andreconmaenclecl an 41 41for 1
recommended for reelection The meet meeting meetIn met I Ilag ¬
lag In was harmoniousIantuette harmoniousMarquett harmonious harmoniousMarquette
Marquette Mich Uch April 21 The Twelfth Twelfthdistrict TweIrthd Tweift hi hidistrict i
district d trict convention conentlon held today enthusi enthusiastically enthuqluUcally I Iastlcaliy ¬
astically declared for the nomination of ofSecretary ofSecretary Cf CfSecretary f
Secretary Taft No other name was Was men mentioned montloned 1 1tioned ¬
tioned tionedDelegates tlonedDelegartw tionedDelegaths
Delegates are Charles rles H Osborne of ofSault otSault fSault f
Sault Ste Marie and W H Johnson Johnson of ofIshpeming otIihpemlng ef efIshpeming f
Ishpeming They are instructed In tMlCted for Taft Taftand Taftand Tat t tand
and the resolutions resolution
unequivocally and un unreservedly unreservedly ur L Lreservedly ¬
reservedly indorse the administration of f f
Roosevelt
MISSING NG WITNESSES LOCATED LOCATEDMore LOCATEDltlnre LOCATEDMore
More Testimony Testlll1on to lie Taken AgnlulltSltlll Against AcnlnntShli AgainstShlpp
Shli Sltlll i > for PenuKilnK I 111chlng < < nchlng
The Department of Justice yesterday yesterdayfiled
filed with th the Supreme Court of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States a motion for the
reap reappointment reappolntment reappointment
pointment of James D Maher deputy deputyclerk d1putyclerk deputyclerk
clerk of the court to take tak additional tes testimony testimony tostimony ¬
timony in the proceedings proe cdfng5 against Sheriff SheriffShipp ShoriftShipp SheriffShipp
Shipp of Chattanooga Chattanoo his deputies and andeighteen andeighteen andeighteen
eighteen citizens clt1z ns of o that town for con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt of court In permitting the lynching lynchingsome hnchlngsome lynchingsome
some two yeans < ago of Ed Johnson Johnson a anegro anegro anegro
negro rapist rapist whose appeal from the thedeath thed thedeath
death d lltb sentence was under consideration considerationby
by the court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The complaint was filed originally by
the then Attorney General Moody and andvoluminous Rndvoluminous andvoluminous
voluminous testimony was takon takr last lastspring lastspring lastspring
spring Some of the witnesses summon summoned summonccl ¬
ed by the government however were not
heard the officers being unable to serve servethem servethem servethem
them themTheir themTheir themTheir
Their disappearance according to the themotion themotion themotion
motion was due to the fear of the conse consequences consequences consequenccs ¬
quences of their testimony testlmon Two of these thesewitnesses thesewitnesses thesewitnesses
witnesses have now now been located It is
for the purpose of taking their testimony
that the motion has been filed filedStursriNs filed5tur filedSturgisa
5tur StursriNs 18S IH Renominated RenominatedSpecial RenomlnntedSpeeiI RenominatedSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldCumberland HeraldCumberlAnd HnaldCumberland
Cumberland Md April 22 22George George C CSturglss CSturgl CSturgies
Sturglss Sturgl of Morgantown Morgan town was wasrated renoml renomlnated rcnomlnlLted
rated for Congress by the Republican Republicanconvention Republicanconvention Republicanconvention
convention of the Second West Virginia
district dl trlct atElklns at Elkins today todayvf todaYtlTwo todayTwo vf vfTvro
Two ICings Will Meet MeetRome 3IectRome MeetRome
Rome April 22 22It It is reported that King
Edward will meet King Emmanual next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month in Syrian waters watersPHONE watersOmKALON
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e DUBONNET COCKTAIL COCKTAILHave COCKTAILHave COCKTAILisa
isa Have you tried It Quite Quitethe Quitethe i ithe
the rage in New York De ¬
3 licious and most appetizing
Made from Dubonnet
100 Bottle BottI BottIt ott1e
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RECOUNT SUIT DRAGS DRAGSJnror DRAGSJuror DRAGSuror
Juror J uror Spectator anil Copy Boy Do Go Goto Goto Goto
to Sleep in Courtroom CourtroomNew CourtroomNew CourtroomNew
New York April fi J2A A Juror a spec spectator specrotor specutor
rotor t and a newspaper copy boy all went wentfast wentfast wentnst
Io fast I nst asleep at todays session of the trial trialof trialof trialf
of o f the JacksonMeClellAnHaftrat JackaonM C1t11itnElea t
j
suit S UIt The examination of otekctlon Detection bureau bureauclerks bureauclerks bureaulerks
clerks c and pollc policemen m n took up the whofj whofjday wtuJbday whoI whoIa
day day d a and may take several ereraldays days mpre mpreThe mpreTlte
The gilt of f the day daYs evidence VJden was wasome tt t tsome at atsome
some s ome of the ballot box bOna seemed to have havebeen bttveboen haveeen
been b een pretty well shaken up after election electionight
night n ight but the grant bulk of them were wereintact wereIntaet
intact I The trial continues eo Uftues tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomarrOwmorning tomorrowmorning
morning morningDEMOCRATS morningDEldOCRATS morningEMOORATSSWEEP
DEMOCRATS D EMOORATSSWEEP SWEEP LOUISIANA LOUISIANAJarctl LOUISIANAJurel LOUISIANAared
j Jarctl J ared Y Snnilerit Elected Governor Governorby Gocrl1orby Governorby
by I Large arjre Majority MajorityNew lfnJorlt lfnJorltNew MajorityNew
New Orleans April 22 2Reurno Returns received receivedbore r rec h he heere d db0l8
bore h ere up to It 1 oclock odo k this morning from fromyesterdays fromyeste
yesterdays yeste y llTs State election show bow that Jared JaredY JaredY JarecY I
Y Senders the Democratic nominee for forgovernor torgovernor
governor g and utl all ether candidates on the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic I
Democratic ticket wQre wre elected by b large largemajorities lare laremajorities C >
majorities majoritiesOf majoritiesOt
Of the four parishes la l which prohibi prohibition prohbltlon ¬
tion t ion elections were held Incomplete re returns re returns reurns ¬
turns t urns Indicate that the victories will be beevenly bleenly bi C Cvenly 1
evenly e divided dividedNEW dividedNEW dividedNEW
NEW WOULD CALL MEETING MEETINGRepublican ME TING TINGRepnbUcan
Republican Chairman Sends Send Letters Lettersto Lettento Letterito I
to National Committee CommitteeIndianapolis CommlttecIndlanapoltliJ CommitteeIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind April a Harry S SNew S SNew SNew
New chairman of the Republican Na National NaUonal National ¬
tional Committee today tod sent t letters to tothe totlJe te tetue
the members of the committee commltteeadv1stng commltteeadv1stngthem advising advisingthorn gdvtsInpthorn
thorn that a s call for the meeting meettui of the thecommittee thecommittee tie tiecommittee
committee In Chicago to dterites d cam campaign campalgn campaign ¬
paign matters would be issued peon peonSometime n nSometIme nSometime
Sometime about June 1 wHPbe wIll 111 Ite fixed fixedas I I
as the date of meeting Chairman New Newwill Newwill Weewill er Ier r
will go to Chicago CbIClfCllo to occupy headquarters headquartersshortly heaII1quarterashortly I Ishortly i
shortly after May ay 1 1RAIN 1RAIN
RAIN GIVES THE CITY A REST RESTLos RESTLos RFIS I I
Los Angeles and Sailors Get Time to toOatoh toOaioh ti tiOatoh 0 >
Oatoh Breath BreathJack BreathJnek BreathJeeck
Jack Deserts Openair Park l urk for forthe forthe to r rthe r
the Pavilion anti Goes CaenLot Coe CoenJaJ GoesWnItzin
nJaJ WnItzin WnItzinLos tdn tdnLot
Lot Angelas A IM April 4 tit SL aDJvt Divine provi providence JWOVidence I Ideuce ¬
dence came to the rescue of Los Angeles Angelestoday JI JItodq a atoday
today in the shape of a rainstorm rainstormThe raIutormTIM rainstormme
The rain rai unusual for this time of ofgay year r rgave
gave gay the residents ntIId time to catch up p with WithUtelr wit 1 1their li
their sleep and the boosters an oppor opportunity opportunity r rtunlty
tunity to get their second wind The TIlestorm Tb I ISCOtrn
storm interfered with the th usual outdoor outdoorboxing outdoorboxlag a aboxing r
boxing at Chutes Cbut Park but it made med the therush tberuab tt ie ierush e
rush for the dancing pavilion all the thestronger the8UOft th a aer a
stronger 8UOft r and there wa was waltzing for forhours torhoun ft fthours er r
hours and hours hoursThe
The openair barbecue went on just the thesame thesame tI tIsame to
same TbsAars ate hot Spanish SpJI h and Mex Mexlean Xetl Mm C Cicon
lean l a dishes dlabeaIt
It j was sloppy under foot foot but it was all aUUM a U II
tbe more fun twa and Jack said he never DOftrIMId aevi aevihaila r
hacla IMId better betterAJlboual meal
Although most of the morning momle > sports sportswere sportawere sport La
were abandoned the Hon James Ja J JtfT Jei Jeitrlea Jo JoIt t
i fries said It was a good thing UlIn < on the thewhole tbewbole tt It
whole because the town was w getting getUui getUuigroggy tin ting tinA ttig ig
groggy g
A mass of thanksgiving < for the return returnof retQnlC rotor u B
rotorb
of C the fleet to American waters was eeto eetobnUed eelebnied celibrated b r
bnUed this morning mornl at St Ylabana Oath tl tlodral
edral Bishop Conaty C tyJtft8tMd preached the Hr HrIOD so > er ermon
sot
mon and nil gave theett the tG Muejackats who at attended attended a atended t
tended a a lot of patriotic triotJc advice adviceAfterward adYieeAfterward
Afterward the bishop b bop atte attended cS l a lunch luncbeon luneteon I
eon given ven by the Knights of Columbus to I 0 B
the bluejackets The The bishop Joseph Scott Seott Scota 1
a Log Angetai orator and Father Glee Gleeson Oboeson
son of the Connecticut Coane Connecticut < llcut nude speeches speechesThere 8PCbeThve speechoThere
There was the usual run of visitors to the theships tbeships tb tbships g
ships It was school childrens child rea day wits witsmost WlUmost wit b i
most of the divisions The youngsters youngstersclambered youn youngsterclambered ters tersc1ambeRd 5 5
clambered all over everything evuytb1ft8The everythingThe
The Womens VolDen Press Club gave a a recep reception rece ¬
lion to the correspondents with the fleet fleetthte AeetUtls her herthis it t
this afternoon at ruoon at the residence of D DMcCann O OlcCann i
McCann McCannr lcCannA
A A grand ball in honor of the fleet t and aDdAdmiral an 4 4ig I
Admiral Thomas was given this ItfI evening eveningat evenin eveninat ig I
at the Shrine Auditorium It was WL attend attended aUeftCIeel I Iby
ed ° by the society of all the surrounding surroundingcountry lurroun4l1lcooontl1 sunoundln g gcountry r
country and was the most brilliant affair affairof ata1rOC atfa Ir Irhi P
of its kind ever known in Southern CaH CaHfornla CaHforala Cs I Ifornia
fornla The wind has blown down all the tit 0 s
Chinese lanterns arching a hbag the streets but butthe butthe be et etthe t
the lights lI lIls remain and tonight the city is I Ione Isone g
one Great White Way WayTHOMAS WayTHOMAS VayTHOMAS
THOMAS PLACED IN COMMAND COMMANDSncceeclM COldMANDSuceeeclJl COM1rANISucceeds 1
SncceeclM Admiral Bvnns nns UK Com Commander Contnineider
momler of Pacific Fleet on May Un 0 0Orders DOrders 9Orders
Orders were issued at the be Navy De Department Department D Dpsrtment ¬
partment yesterday ye terday afternoon detaching
Rear Admiral Charles M Thomas from fromduty fromduty fromduty
duty as commander of u th Second gquad Sql SqlOn dqusdron
ron on o board qor losr the battle ship Minnesota Minnesotato ota otato
to duty in command of the United States StatesAtlantic Stat StatAtltmUc Stato StatoAtlantic
Atlantic fleet on board the Connecticut ConnecUcutThis ConnecticutThiS
This change takes place on May 9 when wheaAdmlnl whenAdmiral
Admiral Evans is relieved relievedRear relievedRear relIevedRoar
Rear Admiral W H Emory mory is da datached da daached dotached
tached from duty in command of the
Second division First squadron and i will willcommand Willcommand willcommand
command the Fourth division Second Secondeouadron S Secondseundron COJad COJadsquadron
squadron
Rear Admiral C S S Sperry Sperr Is relieved
from command of the Fourth division
Second squadron and will III command the
Second squadron Capt Seaton Se ton Schroeder
is detached from command of the bat ¬
tle ship Virginia to command the Sec Second Second ¬
ond division First squadron Capt Alex Alexander Alexandor ¬
andor Sharp is relieved from duty dut at
the Washington Navy Yard and will take takecommand takecommand
command of the battle ship Virginia VirginiaBIBLE VirginiaBIBLE
BIBLE WORKERS CELEBRATE CELEBBATEMetropolitan CELEBRATEJletropoJltnn CELEBRATE3letropojlinn
Metropolitan Chnrch Class Closes ClosesMembership CIOSCRIembcrshlp
Membership Contest with Banquet DtmqnetMore lItenquetMore BanquetMore
More than 800 iO members of the Bible Bibleclass Bibleclass Bibleclass
class of the Metropolitan Methodist
Epis Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
copal Church gathered about the banquet banquetboard banquetboard banquetboard
board in the Sunday school rooms last lastnight IllStnIght lastnight
night and celebrated the finale of the themembership themembersldp themembership
membership contest in progress for the
last few months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The two divisions of the class class the white whiteside whiteside whiteside
side and the red side side wore badges b dges em emblematic emblematlc emblematlc ¬
blematlc of their division while red and andwhite andwhlto andwhite
white streamers stre mern were festooned about the thewalls thewillis thewalls
walls and ceiling cellingHarry ceilingHarry ceilingHarry
Harry C Oberholser leader of the class classwho classwho classwho
who acted as toastmaster ttHt tmastar complimented
the contestants upon gathering Into the theclass theclnss theclass
class more than 160 new members membersMiss membersMIss membersMiss
Miss Alta Z Coblentz leader of the thewhite thewhite thewhIte
white side sl eJ told how her side won Then Thenshe Thenshe Thenshe
she was presented with a class pin pfnairs pinMrs pinMrs
Mrs F C Brinloy on behalf of the thered therttl thered
red side made an address thanking the theworkers theworkers theworkers
workers of the contingent for energetic energeticefforts energatlcefforts energeticefforts
efforts effortsThp effortsTilt effortsTIip
Tilt principal address was wa made by
Prof C W Tenny Te n He spoke ot the
Bible class as the strongest pert of the thechurch tbeU tirechurch
church churchRecitations churchRecitations U L
Recitations ne ltatlons by Miss Maude MutI Bell Rice Ricewore Ricewore Ricewere
wore enthusiastically applauded applaudedThe applaudedThe applaudedThe 1
The evening closed with all singing
the class song songMnlby songlIalb songMally
Mnlby lIalb Is Renomliinteil RenominntedMaland RenominatedMalond RenomliinteilMalone
Malone Maland N Y April 22 2For For the sec second second cccond ¬
ond Ime Hon George R Malby of ofOgdensburg ofOgdensburg ofOgdensburg
Ogdensburg was unanimously renom renominated renomInated renommated
inated at the Congressional convention conventionheld conventionhald conventionheld
held here today for the Twentysixth Twentysixthdistrict TwentysIxthdistrict Tweitysixthdistrict
district Malby and Walter Foote were wereelected werealeted wereelected
elected delegates to the national con convention convention convention ¬
vention and uninstructod The alter alternates alternates alternates ¬
nates selected are Hon E A A Merritt Merritt
Jr and Charles E Brush
AKEFORLAFOLLETT AKEFORLAFOLLETTWisconsinEepublicansin ARE ARE FOR LA FOLLETTE FOLLETTEVisconsinRepublicansin FOLLETTEYisconsinRepublieansiu
WisconsinEepublicansin the theCapital theJ theCapital
J Capital Indorse Him HimFAVORITE HiInF ThinAVOItITE
FAVORITE F VOJUTE SON FOR OR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTResolution PRESIDENTn PEESIDENTtCKQjitjoiiit4dOptCil
n l Resolution tCKQjitjoiiit4dOptCil H lt1tJQI1HAloltec Adop < cl VI Yhn vn Vooc ooe anti nndTFitli antiw1tILqrent andevilk
TFitli w1tILqrent Qreat Hntlnisinsm at 41lectfuJot leetiiiK leetiiiKof leetIngof
of State 5 tnte Club CI uh Last JfiKht NIJthtRclre NIJthtRclree Z1ghtRepresenintives Repre Representatives ¬
sentatives e ltthc Exult Morse Kustcr Kustcrmnnn Iiu Kustermaul ter terntau
ntau maul mnnn and Others Make Addresses AddressesSenator Adlre AddreseaSntor es est
t
Senator S Robert M 1tL ei La FoUette of WIs WIsconein Wlsconshl Wiaonsin
conein c was unanimously unanimOl ly indorsed ind raed for the thePresjdenc theProttde thePresjdeuq
Presjdenc Prottde hut t night at an Jnforznal Jnforznalsmoker Jnfonnal9mo Jnformalmoker
smoker 9mo s of the Wisconsin Republican Ciub CiubIn Ciulhi
In Pythian Temple The nomination noml tlon was wasreceived w setv waseceived
received r etv d with cheering and other demon demonstraUone demo demontratlous It ItstraUoD8
straUone s of approval approvalRepresentative pprovlR pjirovdlRepresentative
R Representative preaentatlve John J bn Jacob Seek 1 sel of the theSev6fl theSevanh
Sevang Sev6fl Sevanh district of oftvl8co tVtoconato m In intro introducing introducing Introducing ¬
ducing the resolution said saidThis wdTI saidThis
This seems to be a campaign for fa favorite faWIte Iaozlte ¬
vorite son ions New York delight in honor honoring honorIng hosora
ing l a its present pr eat able gpvernor Pennsyl Pennsylvania PelUUJylvanta Penasylvaflia ¬
vania wishes to exalt its able Senator SenatorOhio SenatorOhio SenatorOhio
Ohio is proud pro d of its illustrious Secretary SecretaryThe SecretaryThe SecretaryThe
The Boosters throw their th lr caps ps in tee air airfor airtOP airfor
for the present Vice President Pre lcleDt The Suck Suckere Sucker Sockera
ere er cheer for Uncle Joe Cannon CannonIViKcoiiflinK CannonfNconllinN cannonWiseionslees
IViKcoiiflinK Able Son SonWe SonWe SonWe
We of Wisconsin are able to present presentas
as capable a man as any of these theae and one onewho onewho
who will UI make ia as great a a President in 1ftthe inanior
the senior Senator from from Wisconsin Bob Robert Boblii
en U K La FoBette FoBetteThis FoUetteThJs FolletteThis
This was put as A resolution re was wasseconded waseeqnded wasseconded
seconded and unanimously carried arrtecI by a arIatDtr arising
rising vote After the tie cheering ac subsided subsidedthe subsidedthe b8tded b8tdedthe
the college yell of the University of Wis Wisconsin WIaconaln Wisconain ¬
consin was given The meeting m ettn < closed closedwith clOMdwith closedWith
with America AIDe rang by all while stand standing atancIg atancI1lepre standlog ¬
log g
ingRepresentative
Representative 1lepre eatat1Ve Bach was waS called upon to tomake tolMJre tomelee
make the first Nt address of th the evening
He H said he would confine his remarks to toBN toiiIt tosyorde
BN words showing Why Wh th the Republi Republican Republle1I Republican ¬
can jarty trty would be victorious in 1MB 1J88He l9LHe
He saW Id in inpart inpartThe part partTito partTItIJ
The RtpobUcan party will be vtetori vtetorioat v1etorioa vietorlem
oat Ja the campaign of IH 110K because of oftta ofIts ofIts
Its past t reeortf aad the confidence e it Itu has hasbesUtcn hasbeigtien
besUtcn u tt an m In the th hearts of the American Americanpeople AmerIeaapeopte Americasp0
people p0 This T confidence has not been been1Nttrata beenhetrayeti
1Nttrata betrayed la the past and it will not be bein bebt bein
in the future fUtureVh futureWhy
Why Vh Party Port Will 111 Be Victor VictorThe VictorTIM Victorrie
The rie party partj part will be victorious because becauseof becaueof
of its resumption n of specie payments and andthe andthe
the gold standard and because it has hasnot hasnot baanot
not been carried away with financial financialheresies ftnanclalhere8IeL tinancialheresies
heresies It is a party of o protection to toJDeIICaa toAmerI
American AmerI labor and not a a party of free treetrade frettrade
trade or for revenue only onlyIt onlyit
It is iaapartyotprospertty a party of prosperity Out of its Itstncomea itsIflCO1
incomes it has given the people free freerural treerural freerural
rural delivery a splendid navy c c reor reorganised reargaahled reorguiaed ¬
ganised army and militia enhIltiaand and a surplus surplusof aurphlliJof surplusof
of more than 360000090 360000090It 080 080It
It has a President dent who has done more morethan morethan morethan
than any other to obtain aDd maintain maintaintM maintainthe
the worlds peace as shown bownby by the he treaty treatyr treatyoC
of O Portsmouth and the tbea agreement t be between be betweea between ¬
tween the Central Ce tral American States the thePresident tIMPre thePresident
President leftt who obtained the abrogation of ofthe oCtIae o othe
the ClaytonBalwer C1aytOl1 Bulwer treaty tr paving the theway tbeway theway
way for the eoa construction rueUoa of the Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCaul Panamaceta
Canal an undertaking now in 1ftaDd progress progressand I Iassured
and assured of speedy completion completionOn oomplettonOD
j On the record of the Republican party
it should be given further lease of power OwerRrnroJientnUu powerItepresentativu
Representative 3Iorjie Speaks SpenUaReurescmattve SpcnkJIIlepllIIeIlathe Speaksim
Reurescmattve lamer im r Addtaon Ati Morse of ofthe etthe ffi ffithe
the Tenth district of Wisconsin i made J1I8 an anaddress anad4reM I Iaddress
address ad4reM dealing principally with the his htetory hJ hJtory history
tory of the State of which he is a Repre ReproJentUVe I
tentative He concluded his address with withThe w1thYb i iThe
The Yb farther rate > the timber one goes goesthe pestbe goesthe
the bigger men he finds Wisconsin Wiscou in has baaJM04ueec1 I Iproduced
produced some of the greatest men of ortIIJ5 ol olthis
this generation And each seems to have hanbome I Iborne
borne that mark of sturdy independence independencewhich ladepen hence ieDeewhlcb I Iwhich
which she abe as a a State has impressed on onall onall I Iall
all her inhabitants inhabltantOther InhabitantsOther
Other addresses in which the glories of oC1faconidn 01
Wisconsin were relatea were given by b bRepresentative 01r r
Representative Gustav Kustermann of ofthe ol r rthe
the Ninth district Representative William rUUam rUUamJo I
Joseph Cary of the Fourth district Henry r Ir
M Camp president of the League of He Be BepubUcan Bepublicize
publican State Clubs and B B J Price Pricedeputy Priceauditor
deputy auditor of the Navy Department DepartmentThe DepartmentThe DepartmentThe
The smoker am ker was given ven under the direc direction direrof
Uon of a committee composed of the offl oW oWMIS oil oilems
ears of the club as follows folio A E E Cowles CowiepresIceIat CowlepraUdent
president S s W McEidery first vice pros president Pl proskient 8 8klent ¬
ident A H Frear second vice president presidentand p paiid
and W J L Thomas Tbo treasurer tre treasurerBAIL urer urerUNIFYING
UNIFYING RAIL STANDARDS STA DARDS
Railway Association Does Much DInohItnslncsM JluohBusiness MuchBusiness
Business at New e York Meeting MeetingNew JeetingNew MeetingNew
New York York April 22 2Tbe The bulk of the thebusiness thebUlDe116 thebuslne
business buslne transacted by the American Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way Association at its l iI semiannual meet meeting meetIng meetlag ¬
ing held today at the Hotel Belmont Beimoatrelated BellftOfttrlated Belmontrelated
related to the unification of standards In Inthe Intho Inthe
the various branches brancb of railroading the themultiplicity themuIUpUclt3 themultiplicity
multiplicity of which is I now causing causingmuch Cll1MIIagmuch Causingmuch
much confusion conC sioa In the Industry IndustryA
A long lon step toward the harmonizing of ofrail of11II1 ofml
rail ml and wheel standards wft ws 4i taken takenwhen takenwh8ft takenwhen
when the committee on standard rail and andwheel andwheel andwheel
wheel sections submitted its report reportThe reportTbe reportThe
The committee presented a a series of ofrail ofran ofail
rail r ail sections of two types and specifica specifications apeelftcatlons apecilicaions ¬
ions t for fo Bessemer sod open haarth steel steelrails Iteelrails steelails
rails r ails which were w < e adopted adoed by the associa association ajJ asooclaon OOlatlon ¬
tion d on as recommended practical The two twotypes twotypes twoypes
types t ypes of standard rails have been referred referredto
to t o the American Railway Engineering Engineeringand Sngineeringnd
and a nd Malntalnence of Way ray Association Assoc1aUonWlUl Associationwith Associationith
with w ith the request that they submit to the theRailway theRailway theailway
Railway R Ra ailway Association a single < standard for foradoption toradoption fordoption
adoption adoptionOf adoptionor a doptionOf
Of the 33S members cf the association associationwhich usociIltionwhich associationwhich
which numbers every very important railroad railroadin raj railroadn roAd
in I n the United States Canada and Mexi Mexico Me Meco 3IexIcc ¬
co 160 members sent delegates delegatesThe deJesatesThe delegatesThe
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alwaY3 welcome to view our ex exhibit exhibit cxhibit ¬
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mode the regular lac lacGloves 75eGloves 49
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buy them at atTWOCLASP atTWOCLASP atTWOCLASP
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black white tan and gray
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YELLOW MEN ARE FEAREDAtJitralias FEAREDAustralias
i
Australias Premier Warns Britain Britainof Britainof Britainof
of Struggle to Come ComeDeclare ComeDcchHex
Declare DcchHex England Cannot Keep KeepTerritory IieepTerl KeepTerritory I
Territory Terl tor lijr Only OnlyPlying QnlFIlng OnlyFlying
Plying Fins FinsLondon Flngmdoa FlagLeaden
London April 21 31In In addressing aptbertag a
gathering in the tie Liverpool Produce Ex Exchange Exell Sxchange ¬
change ell nge the Hon T Price premier ofSOuth 01
South Australia said that Great Britain Britaincould BritaincoaI hiritairconla I
i could not keep the th8 country countrY going by fiylngtile flyhr flyhrthe
the flag over it It The TheAustralJ8DS Australians he said saidsaw saidaw saidsaw
j saw aw the yellow lperll peril ahead and were weregetting weresettla wer wergetting
getting ready l to face It ItHe ItHe it
He hoped that every man inan under thirtywould
thirtuI
would learn how to use a a rifle rUle so thathe thaihe I
he would WouJcI be ante to assist in resisting resistingthe r Slst1 Slst1the I Ithe
the advance of the yellow men tIeDAt menAt
At London on April I Mr Price said saidpractically asldpraetlea1ly sakpractically I
practically the foregoing f otng emphasizing the thenecessity thenecelllltty tin C
CC
necessity of Great Britain rttalll giving more moretangible JIIOIItaWe mon montangible C
tangible proof of her interest in the 01 01old p01oriles ol olouies
ouies old Said he be OY You ou cannot keep a eel colony coI0D7 ¬
ony by merely flying yIRg a flag over it It even evenif evenIt everif
if the flag is the tyiton Jack There must mustbe JRU8tbe inns
innsI
be sympathy and understanding behind behindthe behindthe beblniC I
the flag With the awakening of the theEase theEast tie C
East It you are going to retain Australia Australiaa n
AustrsliiC
U a a jewel of the British BrtU h Crown some som one onehas onehas on onhas C
has to stand up and tight to keep it itFOOTBALL it itFOOTBALL
FOOTBALL BETTER SAYS ELIOT EIIOTPresident ELIOTIJrelc1ent I
President of Hnrvorcl Thinks Rule RulesImprove RuleImlroc RuleImprove C
Improve Game GomeCincinnati GnnteClDciAnatt GameCincinnati
Cincinnati April S 2Prealdeut President C W WBttot WJWot W WUot
Bttot Uot arrived arrinclbere here today toda with Mrs BHot BHotand DUotad 4
and the head of Harvard I University has hasbean baslIMa ha haboss S 4S
bean feted on every hand handjtfrs bandiiIS hamiaim
aim Eliot was the guest part of 0 the theday thedaJ tie S Sday
day of Mrs X LongwTrth mother mottaClot of Rep Representative Repr ¬
RepI
resentative r taUve Nicholas NJeb lu Lonffwortli L ncwortt To Tonight Tonigtt I ¬
night 1 t President l w wt Eliot mate an address at atthe atthe a t tthe
the Scottish Rite Cathedral CathedralIn
In an fA interview today that Vas drawn drawnout drawnout drawout it
out through Prestdeut Pre icteit Roosevelts Uoo vtlts recent recentutterances recentutteraDCa recen t tutterances
utterances on Harvards HAr rda aLhktk policy policyPresident policyPresident policyPresident
President Eliot Uot said saidMy saidMy saidM
My M position po has been greatly misunder misunderstood m1suftdrstood mIsundprstood ¬
stood I would make certain changes in inthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the system of college sports so that all allcould allcould al alcould
could share in them instead of a few fewwho fewwho for r rwho
who chance to be exceptional athletes My Myidea 31 Iy IyIdea I II
idea would be to limit the number of in intercoltogiate IntercolJeslate intercobeglate I
tercoltogiate contests so that each college collegeand col1egea1MI e eand
and university indulges In two contests contestsof contestof ta taof
of each sport for every year er For in instance inanee ¬
Isit
stance anee two baseball games two football footballgames footbtLUpmes it
foothaIt
games two basketball baaI etball games two track trackteams trackteim tra trateams It
teams and two of each other ot r sport Then Thenlet Thenlet Tb a
let vine the e rest of the athletics be confined confinedto eonftnethe d ad
to the college col e itself itselfWhat ItselfWhat
What do you think ot football under underthe underthe unds undsthe if
the new rules ruIe he was asked askedI
I think they the have greatly Improved the thesport thepert th 5 5sport
sport It is far t r more open and honest h nest
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
U S So Dept of AgrktriWe Al Agdesiure lia jart Weather Bweaa BweaaWaihtottoo BweanWub BoreaaWiistcse
Waihtottoo IIIItOIL Wednesday April 22 1SG8S CS P M MPuitmu 1 31Inate
Puitmu 1 te low thnntctaont the eawrtry 8BkJcneept 8BkJcneeptba except exceptta exee it itin
ta XoHk ik QuoliMi and SeuUuxa 5wt tn Virsiak H It is isetpettaur i9eIpIt Isesiretlally
etpettaur low era on the wwtem halt e of the cwotry cwotrywhew JwbmI ceenti
whew mettled vrauhtr continues continuesThere COD ResIh cendsezesThere
There wen howers in the Lower ArkMsas and andLotrar aDdLoww at Id
Lotrar Mtomwri raltojrs and quite rite Merallr enU west ot otth oftIae at attao
th tao Itasky R tr Mooutotes Tbtr rn w were ate aI dwrera rhw wm ia iathft iatU 1 1the
the But all and UM SMtbeni portion etho of the ttwSouth 9 S Sstb i
South Atlantic State StateIt SiaMIt SIat SIatIt
It fa I > deddeAr colder west w of the Kocky Moaa Moaatataa M Mtabla Metalus
talus except eu pt aVoeg zIos the coast sad a warmer ta New XewE e
England the Middle Atlantic Status tJ tM Ohio Val Valtey Yalley Yr I Imy
tey and tbe greater eM pertta ef the Upper Lake Lakengfam lAkeftIIoa tal 10 10rgloe e
ngfam Abaoninlly u Ugh teaperatorea eeeUme eeeUmeis eastho IC ICIn e
is the Northwest NorthwestOwing Xorthw Xorthw0w NerthwodOwhe
Owing Owhe to the lb prevatttez low wes taeOOe re irawttled irawttleddxnrar lneaettleowr1 IUed
dxnrar owr1 weather wth will continue Thursday is the ex exIrene exlre8te a aIrene
Irene West W and will gtadwattr 117 extend eastward eastwardprotaUr flUlwardJlhblr eastwarbl
protaUr bl reaching the Atlantic Cooat ty Friday FridayBight Frldl Frldl1IiIht Fiideaiht
Bight or Saturday West of the Itar Mountains Mountainshowever 3loustaiahowever IOUBtahuhoweftl
however th Ute weather shook should be clearing by Riday Ridaywith Frida Fridawith Ftidiwith
with rising tewpemUire teMX > rawe awl by that time it will willhe winIer vi vibe
he cooler in the Plains States Ore Over the eastern easternIf seater seaterhalf 1
half If of the oonclnr temperatures will not change cleani
dwAkdijr daring flee next two days leaalalng rnaiainlnga aa aaa Ua I
a sale Nie above bon the eeasonal NA9O 1 arerage arerageThe aTeragTbe nieragoTb
The Tb wind along i the New England and Middle MiddleAtlantic MiddlAtJaaUc 3iiftd In InAtlantic
Atlantic waste ala will be fresh frt and mostly south southweetcrly th thWIII4erl1 II IIwsterly
I weetcrly on the South B Uth Atlantic Coast light to tofraih tofrelll I tofraik j
fraih and variable ftria on the Gwlf Os Coast < light JI t to tofrssh tofr I 10fred t
fred Motherly on o the Lower I Lakes fresh rr and andaoetly aDdsouthwtlllterls ci ciusitly
aoetly southwesterly and OR the Upper Lakes Lakesvariable LakOariable Lek Lekvariable I
variable aDd mostly southerly t erlr probably bI1 inereasiBg IBCea iaceaeii IBg Is f
by tridey trideySteamers l rider riderStlllMn
Steamers departing Thursday for Earopean EtI n ports portswill JlKtsmn per ts s
will bane freth vials moMly southwestexly perh with withgenerally with1MIlI7 wit witgenemlly h i
generally 1MIlI7 fair weather to the Grand Banks BanksLocal allksIocnl l1ankLocal
Local Temperature TemperntureIiIl TemperatureMidnight
Midnight IiIl lght 46 t a m H 1 a m 41 6 a m tn 33 3 3S 3
8 a a m n 51 10 a a m 61 12 BOOB 67 2 p Po m In 72 I I II
4 4p n p a K 6 p ra DL 74 8 p p m tn IS 8 10 p m m 6L 6LMaxteraBt 6LlIexltRuM 6 63laxiauns I
MaxteraBt 76 Minimum 31 31RebUlTe 31atiTe TIIItIaUe
RebUlTe humidity hamldttr8 S a ra in 63 6 2 p p m m 27 8 p pin IJ IJm p L
in 36 3G L Rainfall 8 8 p Po m m to 8 p Po nb 0 HOurs lf ura of ofTOMMne ofvaeIdM I Iusildea pf f
TOMMne 138 13 par cent ef ptMeTbk suMMae INMW 100 100Ttaperature 100Tperatare 100Tsseperatere
Ttaperature same date teat year J8tr yeeriiaxlinsm Mnxtaiua 66 66miarmam rtmllllal1 6 5 5ininliin
miarmam n 31 31Temperatures TITeniperaturesin
I
Temperatures in Other Cities CitiesTemperature CitiesTemperatvrelo Cit ice iceTnnpsataree
Temperature in ether cities tegeflier with the theamount thetmOUIIt U Uamount
amount of rainfall for or the twelre hours ended at
8 p IJ m In yesterday re are a u follows
Rain RainMAX RainMu Rat a aliar
MAX Min 8pm 8 p m fall fallAaherille falLlberille ci 1 1AshtiUeNC
Aaherille AshtiUeNC < lberille N 0 W 43 fit fitAtlanta 6tUauta
Atlanta GB G Si t 55 i S3 040 040Atlantic O4AtluUc 0 0Auast1cchzJ 4 B
Atlantic Auast1cchzJ dtt X J 89 iiinrck 41 K KBhraarok pzBimercek
Bhraarok X Dak i 80 Ii J6 J6Bo 16Bo 6 6Beeton
Bo Bo Beeton t ton n Maw w 62 33 3 65 65Bwffate SBaJe 6 6BgaIeNY
Bwffate BgaIeNY N Y 50 X 42 42Chicago 4 T TCl 1 1ChIcgoill
Chicago Cl ChIcgoill IH 16 43 f2 f2Cindimati RLadaDati 13Uhedenati
Cindimati Ohio Ohl S S 6 < 6 r rCheyenne 6 5Cheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Syo IO J2 36 6Duport 66 66Darrnport
Darrnport Iowa 78 56 66 65Denier T TDeaTer 1 1DesT5f I
Denier Goto 78 EO 072 072Des n nDa 72Dee
Des Moire Iowa U H 70 70GclreatOD T TGdre6ton l lGalveston
Galveston Tax 83 6 74 76 76Hekna 16IIdena 75Ikiena
Hekna Mont 66 44 UIndianapolll 62Indianapolis 62 52Indisnapolls
Indianapolis lad 76 43 72 72Jacksourflle nJarksomUIe 72Jacksonville
Jacksonville Flit 78 70 72 03 0
Kansas City Mo 74 S3 74 003 003Little 000IJttle 0 OS OSLittle
Little Rock Ark 80 M 75 75Marqoette i6Marquette iSMarqntte
Marquette Mich 60 46 43 43Memphis 431IempblS 43Memphk
Memphis Tnn 78 6t 76 76New 16New 76New
New Orleans rai Ta 89 M 78 78ew
New ew York N Y 66 42 42North 4North 62 62worth
North Platte Ncbr ebr 83 5 41 72 jf jfOmaha 72Omaha
Omaha Nebr X e1ic u 6t 5 71 71ritteburg if ifPittfOOrg 74Plttiburg
ritteburg Pa 76 4 it uloetland 70
Portland loetlandSalt Me 53 32 50 50Salt 50Salt
Salt Lake City Utah 66 60 54 001 0 01
St Loots Mo 73 53 74 1t
St t Paul PILol Minn 78 55 74 74Springfield 14Springfield 74Springfleld
Springfield Dl Dt 75 r i 52 73 1 T I
Vicisburg V1ckebur MIaM Mhi w fl 61 14
WOMENS FINE SIXTEENrBUT
tonIength ton length Silk Lisle Gloves Glovesin Glovesin
in black white tan and amigray andgray 9
gray Value l JlJfl 1id Our price pricefor C
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for today todayWOMENS todayWOMENS
WOMENS WO IErS TWELVE BUTTON
length black white and andtan andtan
tan Lisle Gloves that usu usually usually ¬ 49 If1
ally sell at 75c For today todayour todayour todayour
our price will be beWOMENS beWOMENS beWOMENS
WOMENS TWELVE BUTTON BtTTO BtTTOlengtb
length Silk Taffeta Gloves in black blackonly blackonly b1aiconly
only the standard standardprice y
price everywhere Js JsllBO 16t1fiO i isiio 1 09
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D A R DISCUSS HALL HALLContinued HALLOontinued HALLContinued
Continued from Pngre l ge Two Twoafter Tnoafilctl1e Twochar
after afilctl1e tie WWBM WVtML es Bitter lth imjr aj yrn j lilt it tc UM ob objstt oblet ohjs
let js ef tit 1M teetotf aotht te a moek xoei rs sad worthy worthyone wortlrWheR worthyset
one oneVbtR
When we ass QI to baser the manner el those thosewhe tholewile thesewho
wile adji achieted dti foo ed far MS tto t Mrthiigbt Wrth Jt Oht of freedom we wedtall weimIt
dtall imIt 11 deserve te tee its itAAJIJ blminff blminffAoy blndeiiaty
Aoy orgMtettai wfcieb wIt tea taisdt to k keep p aD alive Hre the theSuliit theNSpWt theSiMak
Suliit ef 76 i6 r rtMtu wiffs aa hMporuafc tcrno trrri to the tiwBUon theII theAt
BUon BUonAt cIbAt
At the close of Representative Otatstedn Otatstednaddress OImstedsaddress OI3ntedOaddress
address the audience rose and sang My MyCountry MyCountry MyCountry
Country Tic of Thee TheeMorning TbeelorJlIng TheeMorning
Morning Session Business BusinessThe Du BusinessThe lnelUl lnelUlThe
The entire norning session was taken takenup takenup takerup
up with the hearing bearln of the reports l ports of the thestanding thestanding thestanding
standing committees committeesSirs commltteealIrs commltteeeMrs
Sirs Matthew T Scoy chairman of the thecommittee th theommlttee thcommittee
committee on preservation pre rvatJon of historic historicgpots historicspots historicspots
spots made a full report of her work workShe workSbe workShe
She referred to thf u meager response re to tothe tothe toth0
the appeal appe l for or information f ltormaUon as to work workfor workor workfor
for or preservation of historic hl torie spots and andagreed andAgreed andagreed
agreed with the State historian of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania that the only solution was to toform toform toform
form chapters in unoccupied territory territorywhen territorywhon territorywhen
when every historical place plac will be made madeknown madeknowft madeknown
known
A 4 School In Georgia GeorgiaIn
In th the absence of Mias Elton Mecum of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Jersey chairman on the committee committeeon ommJtt ommJtton
on patriotic teaching Miss Martha Berry Berryof Berryof Berryof
of Rome Ga G by request eet of Miss Mecum Mecumgave Mecumaye Macurnhave
have gave aye a a little ltt1e talk on the work for the theboys thebos theboys
boys and girls of the mountain region of ofher orher ofher
her State StateDescribing StateDescribing StateDescribing
Describing the origin of her work work Miss MissBerry MissBerr MissBerry
Berry Berr said she got a few children to together together togather
gether and taught them t Finally Finall the half halfdozen haltdozen halfdozen
dozen grew to many man and the den she shehad 8h 8hhad shehad
had fixed up became a a schoolhouse of ofWhich ofwhleh ofwhich
Which she was mistress mistressMiss mJatrIllilIIS5 mistrsas3IIss
Miss Berry s said M th tM project grew and andgrew andsew andgrew
grew Her father gave her a a piece of ofland ofIsred f fIud
land and upon this at her own expense expenseMiss eocptn escpenaeMiss e elUss
Miss Berry put up a building to ac accommodato accommodato ancommodato
commodato her pupils She also a io took to tovisiting toyJlt1n tovisiting
visiting yJlt1n the parents of the children childrenMiss chtl childrenMIsS rt rtMiss
Miss Berry finally built up a school schoolwhich lehoolwhlcb schoolwhich
which she stated cares for 150 l boys It Itis ItIs Itis
is an industrial Indu trla1 school She said she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been recently told by a high govern government governmoot governmoat ¬
moot official she has the best agricultural agriculturaldepartment agriculturaldep agriculturaldepartment
department dep rtment in her school to be found foundin foundIn foundin
in the entire South SouthShe SouthShe SouthShe
She said in I conclusion she had traced tracedthe tracedthe tracedthe
the ancestry of many or her boys back backto backto backto
to distinguished Revolutionary stock stockAid stockAht stockAid
Aid Is Given Miss Berry BerryUnprecedented DcrrTUnprecedented BerryUnprecedented
Unprecedented for the D A R It many manymotions manymotions manymotions
motions were made to take up a collection collectionto
to help Miss 11911 Berrys school Mrs William WilliamPike WilliamPike WilliamPike
Pike Roome wanted wan MI Miss Berrys self selfsacrifice aelfsaertfice selfrifico
sacrifice rifico to be recognized especially by bythe bythe bythe
the D A R RSome RSome HSome
Some one asked suddenly suddenlyWhat suddenlyWhat n1 n1What
What is a scholarship of a year yearworth yearworth yearworth
worth worthMiss worthMIs5 1 1U15
Miss U15 Barry rry replied that JSO l took t < k care In of ofa o oa ofa
a boy 00 for a year yearImmediately yearImmediately yearImmedIately
Immediately there were tenders of 0 0seh 30 30scholarships O Oscholarships
scholarships seh ohush Ips When T the day closed 1501J 1501Jhad lJthad L50u L50uhad
had been contributed contributedOther contributedOther contilbutedOther
Other committees to report were the theChildren theChildr theChildren
Children Childr n of the Republic Mrs John JohnMurphy JohnMurphy i iMurphy
Murphy chairman national universities universitiesMrs unieraltlesIrs universitiesMrs
Mrs Irs Alexander Ale er Ennis Patton chairman chairmanprevention chairmanprevention chairmanprevention
prevention of desecration dose ratkm of the flag Mrs MrsWalter M MWaller MrsWalter
Walter Kempster chairman real daugh daughtars 4aughtors 4aug11ern
tars t ern Mrs William L Peel chairman chairmanJamestown ehalnnanJAmestown chairmanJamestown
Jamestown Exposition EXJ Sttloll Mrs rs Lydia Pur Purcell Purcell Furell
cell c ell chairman child labor J bar Mrs J Ellen EllenPoster EUenPoster EllenFoster
PosterTlt Poster FosterTli
i The Tlt Largest Jnrge t Morning Circulation CirculationAH
AH advertising contracts made by The TheWashington Th ThVashlngton TheWashington
Washington Herald are bused upon its itsbona Itsbona Itsbonn
bona fide circulation circulationa circulation Jn inWashington lieWashington
Washington larger by b thousands S than was wasever Wasever
ever before attained by any morning morningnewspaper morningnewspaper morningnewspaper
newspaper at the Capital Its books ar aropen are areopen 1 1open
open
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTheres NOTICES1Theres
Theres No Necessity Necessityof
of of you patronizing a jobber jobberbecause jobberbecause jobberbecause
because your printing needs are arelimited arelimited arelimited
limited We gif give erery ftf sUentMH to job work workand workIaboreesaomtzisg
nod our labor Iaboreesaomtzisg DBOmi < eoaoraiiiiig Dl > equlpaeut e enables Mes us Ilto osto
to meet m 6t jobbers prices pricesGeo
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PRINTER ENGRAVER EXGRA YBn AND BOOKDlNDBPTHERE BOOKBINDER BOOKII1NDgRTHERE
THERE WILL BE A MEETING lEETL G OF
the stockholders Bto kh01der5 of TYLER RUTH ¬
ERFORD INC at the efflce fflce of tha com company oompan cornpany ¬
pany pan 730 Fifteenth street northwest nortbwestashlngton
Washington D C at 2 oclock p Po m on
SATURDAY May 9 1908 100s ioo for the purpose purposeof
of effecting a reduction of the capital capitastock capitalstock capitalstock
stock of said company and for the trans transaction transaction
action of such other business as may mayproperly mayproperly
properly come before bf > fore the meeting
RICHARD W TYLER
CHARLES G WARDEN WARDENapl62g36my7 WARDNapl62Z30my7 V ARDEN ARDENap1623m
apl62g36my7 Directors DirectorsNOTICE DlreetorsNOTICE DirectorsOTlCE
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS STOCKHOLDERSThe
The sixtythird regular regularQUlLrterlydlvldend regularQUlLrterlydlvldendof reguiarquarterly quarterly dividend dividendof dividendof
of 1 li per cent has been declared on the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital stock of The Washington Loan Loanand Loanand Loanand
and Trust Company payable MAY IAY 1 1908 1908when 100swhen l9 l9when
when checks for dividends will be mailed mailedB manedto
to t o all stockholders of registered address addrenThe addressTice
The books for the transfer of stock will
be closed from April 24 4 to May I 1908 1908both 1908both
both dates inclusive inclusiveStockholders InclusiveStockholders inclusiveStockholders
Stockholders who have changed their theirn theiraddresses theiraddresses
n addresses JJ v > A sin since rl n co 4h the date 1n of nt the U last i i dIY JI JIdend
dend will please notify the company
HARRY G MBEiL MBEiLaplo2023 AIEEMapl52023 EEr EErap152023
aplo2023 Treasurer Treasureroo TreB8u Treaeuz4r Treaeuz4rGO r rGO
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watches clocks clocks jewelry jew lr1 cut glass 3ha e e RatMirieg RatMiriegat Rep rl iat
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all kinds Slip CCIPHL uerL SC9 iU1 th b nw JL i Bit BitSpecialist uDR naDR
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Stomach and Intestinal Trouble Chronic Append Apptodltitis Appenddli
titis dli Heart Lung Throat Catarrh Lifer Kidney
Bladder Blood Skin RbeurruuiHa Goiter Enlarged
Jleods ndJ rumors Tumors Stiff blair Astfecu Nerreoj NerT U2 and
Private Ailments cured qukfelr ulckly CoBulUti CcMm Ccesultiition lAUon n free tre treHaurs
Hours 3 to 4 t Tuesdu aDd Saturday nights t to 8 8Sundays a SSundays
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