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Elaborate Dinner Given to toVisiting toVisiting toVisiting
Visiting Governors GovernorsSTATE GovernorsSTATf GovernorsSTATERIGHTS
Speakers Talk of Responsibility Responsibilityfor RespoQ Responsibi1itfor ibiIitJ ibiIitJforCo
for forCo Conserving serving Resources ResourcesFAIRBANKS Resour cs csFAIRBANKS s sFAIRBANKS
Cannon Urges that Individual Commonwealths Co Comonwealths Com Cornmonwealths ¬
monwealths Take Care of Theu TheuOwn ThciOwn TheiOwii
Own Hespurces Res urces and nd Not ot Oast Bur Burden Burden Burdeit ¬
den Upon Pederal FederalGovernment FederalGovernmentJohn Government GovernmentJohn
John 3 ohn Sharp Williams Consider ConsiderSpeakers ConsiderSpeakers ConsiderSpeakers
Speakers Views Unexpectedly UnexpectedlyDemocratic UnexpectedlDemooratioGovSwanson UnexpectedIDemooratioGov
Democratic DemooratioGovSwanson DemooratioGov GovSwanson Swanson Want WantState WantState WantState
State Spelled with Capital US USUSpelI tS tSSpell S SSpell
Spell Nation v1th yltli Itll A a biff bI I hut hutfJpell butpe11 t tspell
spell pe11 the t1i States irltli wIth a a big S SThis SThJe SThM
This epigrammatic epI t1c utterance utteran e by byClaude hyClaU byClaude
Claude ClaU e Swanson Swa of Virginia cmphas mphazT mpbaznthe n nthe f fthe
the point previously prevIou ly made Jt1 e by b Vfo > P 1 1dent it itdent ri rident
dent Fairbanks and nd Speaker Cannon w wthe WI WIthe svthe <
the keynote of the th speechmaking at a tn tnelaborate tllelaborate tiieisborate
elaborate banquet fhreit Jh at the New Wi Wilard W Wlard vi vilard
lard last night by the Washington B Hlf Hlfot Bk > r rof
k of Trade in honor of tUe governors att atting aftine attIng < >
ing the White Houe House > conference conferenceHon conferenceHon conferenceHon
Hon John John Sharp Williams in the thesubscrlb1n thesubcrtbtng < v vsubscribing
subscribing subscrlb1n to t tile sentiment added tii tiihe t the tt
t he would spell Individuality with a b br1bte I
1 1Tribute 1 I ITrt1Nt
Tribute r1bte wa waa paid to President RSost RSostvelt RIo Botvelt t I Ie1t
velt e1t for his hI lofty motive mo 9 in n bringing bringfn the thesoveracrs thegoerafJrs thegoverners
soveracrs and his speech h in the
conference was AS commended eloquently eloquentlyby oquont1y oquont1yby
by the Vice President for r Its broad pa patriotism patrioUiJ1t patrIot1m ¬
triotism and strength But both Mr MrFairbanks MrFairbanks Mrralrbanks
Fairbanks and Speaker Cannon plainly plainlydeprecated plainlyrleprecated plainlydeprecated
deprecated the ktoking J bktng to Washington for forthe fortM forthe
the solution of problems which the States Statesthemselves StatesthemHIYM StatecthemeMec
themselves should s oUld exercise the right to
deal with withAltogether withAUa withAltogether
Altogether AUa < < ether the State rights note was waspredominant waspredominantnot waspredominantnot
predominant predominantnot not antagonistic to the
i Presidents attitude tJt1ttiblltilt Ute but i ia mW pjeoteBt pjeoteBtagainst JtQtestgatust ratostpower
against n r
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t TfjgrCi ifgi r A Apower
power Ower In the I Iodra1 aderal government SpeakSr SpeakSrCannons SpeaklrCUnons peak peakS
S Cannons speech wa was vas full of homely phIl phlloflonhy phIlo philosophy
oflonhy o ophy Looking backward and contrast ¬
ing primitive prl tlve conditions with those of to today toJay tocay ¬
< day < he b saw no danger menacing the thecountry thecountry thecOuntry
country through exhausting resources resourcesbut resourcesbut resouroesbut
but optimistically predicted that human hum n
ingenuity and invention would enable the
States and nation to grew MW and prosper prosperand vrosperand prosperand
and carve out a future glorious
beyond beyondour biyonclour ond ondur
our ur dreams dreamsThree dreamThree dreamsThree i
S Three cheers and a tiger wore given given1n
In j turn for the Vice President P ent and the
Speaker on O motion of Maj R W
S The other otner speaker spaers > > bealdes Desices those those > se nam namwere named namedwere naineawere
were Secretary of the Treasury Cortel Cortelycu CortelyCU Cortelyou
ycu who incidentally eulogized the Presi ¬
dent and Representative Coshraan who whoclosed whoCJOHd whocIosed
closed with a a brief talk talkBoard talkDonrd talkBoard
Board Is Host HostThe HostThe HostThe
The dinner was wa served in the Iarge
banqueting banquet lg hair of the hotel When the theguests thegu theguests
guests gu ta sat down at the thirtytwo small
tables adorned with hothouse flowers ftowers1n
In a room tanked 1MtnkidwJth with palms n lms and bril I
liant with the display of ot American flags
5there there were present twentyseven tWofltyev
gover governors goverDora govertiers ¬
Dora the Vice President and the Speak Speaker Speaker ¬
er Senators and Representatives others othersprominent othersprominent othersprominent
prominent in public life and a 0 large largeI
I number umb of prominent Washington bust ¬
ness men menAlthough menAlthough menAithouh
Although the guests gu ts sat down to the
feast at ten minutes to 8 it was after
10 oclock before beor the menu had had jus ¬
tice done to It and no wonder consider ¬
ing that this UaI th was the list of goods to
eat and driak admirably served under toS S
the direction of Gus the maitre de
fib Ot Ffehe FJ e Gwktoil ektIl
Ceky 0 OUvM Radfahw Salted Nuts Nuts3se
Send Swp 3se Bceae B ee Fen
FOtt Pn of f ae OII p ak Bi Date Ocatiaee OcatiaeeOwWe Ora OratineePa We WePU
PUCoqdte PU se4
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6 amfthfi MftI tttfidd i l BaM JI Sffknofc Oevanwre Punch
Tirzinta Viriaaa Sqtwb tu jvsb Qaesmte sroe Moufit Voraea Vocne Salad SWd0IMqJe
QMV9 New Wihrd Iud
CWwa ks ksten
Coffee CoffeeGen ee eeGen
Gen Harries Is Toastmaster TaastmasterEverybody ToastmasterEverybody Toastmasterverybod7
Everybody verybod7 repieted and happy and with withwreathed withWTOthOd
wreathed incense mQ8n e burning at the shrine shrineof shrineof
of my Lady Nicotine the formalities be began began began ¬
gan when the chairman Gen George H HHarries HHamel HHurries
Harries signalled to Mr rr Santelmann Santelmannleader Santelmannleader Santelmannleader
leader of the Marine Band which had hadjrtayed hadplaYed hadplayed
plaYed patriotic airs all through the dln dlnner dlnner dinnor
ner to stop st p the music and started off ot the theset theset the2et
set speeches S eeche with 1te address of welcome
He said saidCaretakers saidCaretakers sId sIdCaretakers
Caretakers of the one city owned by
the nation wo of Washington throw
open wide the gates and bid bk a a hoarty
welcome to you nonresident nonresld8 t proprietors
In whose behalf we w labor lab r incessantly IncessantJ
to the end that neither the continentally
scattered millions or the locally congre ¬
gated thousands shall be ashamed of the
place lace which is our common possession
Freely we give account of our stew ¬
nr ardship shlp and reasonably we W ask a con ¬
stantly accumulating national Interest in
the welfare of the nations Capital
Here is beauty and promise of beauty
The gloomy night of neglect Is now nowonly
only a memory and has been succeeded
by a day which while young gives great
proml8e nrnmI or IlL magnificent fntur
In whatever whateverhas has been beenot of forward
movement during the last seventeen years
the Washington Board of Trade has had
large if modest
part Really a a
non noncommercial noncommercial ¬ i icommercial
commercial organization it studies local localconditions localconditions localconditions
conditions and when a conclusion is
reached by Its membership membershlpcomprlslng comprising
nearly TOO business and professional men
4t It presents that conclusion to those whose
Continued on Page S Column Col11n 3 3Slaughter 3SIUlght 3Slaughter
Slaughter SIUlght r of Furniture
I The sale of new furniture at Sloans
yesterday terday resulted in quite a a slaughter of
prices The remainder of the collection
Wilt b be sold s Id teday At 4 t 10 IOn a m sharp
when many rare bargains may be had
sale Sal absolute absoluteSome a absolutet lute luteSome
t e Some lumber arms J say an times will V11I10 eooa seo
S > e better and andQre are holtllnjrwBp olgJpI P1Jr1ces prices
1 1Y 1f
< j 0 1 i
If Foraker FOllakei Agrees to Put ntOjf ntOjfmi Off 011ST
mi il IHli er 1 1SET t ti
i of L LSET
Bills Relating to Discharged DJ chargcd Negro NegroSoldiers egrro egrroSoldiera egroSoldiers
Soldiers Are Laid Over Till Sfeart SfeartWinter 1cxtVinterPolltlcal ext extWinterPolitical
Winter VinterPolltlcal Political Deals Denied but butDeciilon butDeclalon butDecision
Decision May Iny Affect Situation In InOhio InOhio
Ohio Between Taft and Foraber
The Senate yesterday sidetracked for forthte forthftJ forthis
this session and until after election d dy dySenator dRYSenator y ySenator
Senator Forakers bill to permit the re reenlistment reenlistment reenlistment
enlistment of the negro soldiers who whowere whowere whowere
were discharged from the army as a are aresuIt re result resuit ¬
suIt of the Brownsville affair affairSenator attalrSenator affairSenator
Senator Foraker made an effort to get geta geta j ja
a vote before this session came to an anend anend j jend
end but he soon saw that his cause was washopeless washopeless
hopeless He then asked that some Say Saynext ay aynext S
next session be set apart for voting on onhis onhis L i ihis
his measure and December 18 was agreed agreedupop I Iupol i iupon
upon upopJust upoluat I IJust
Just uat before the Senate adjourned a 1fourned for torthe totthe j jthe
the day however Senator Bulkeley Bulkel a ausually e eusually c cusually
usually quiet Senator announced announced that he hewould hewould
would make an effort to override this thisagreement tht thtagreement I I Iagreement
agreement Mr Bulkeley has been beel Mr MrForakers MrForakers S i iForakers
Forakers most valiant supporter in the theBrownsville theBrownsvI1Ie thcBrownsville
Brownsville case He gave notice that thaton thaton thaiOfl
on Monday he would move to to take up upe upSenator urSenator
Senator Warrans bill for the e relief of tb
negroes This Is the administration bill billwhich billwhich billwhich
which leaves it discretionary with the thePresident thePre thePresident
President Pre ldent whether any of the men shall shallbe shdlbEt shallbe
be reinstated and makes them produce produceproof produceproot produceproof
proof that they the were not concerned in inthe Inthe inthe
the riot Mr Bulkeley said that he In Intended Intended Intended ¬
tended to offer a a substitute for the theWarren theWarren theWarren
Warren bill meaning It was understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
i that he would offer Senator Forakers Forakersmeasure Forakersmeasure Forakorsmeasure
I measure again There is no likelihood likelihoodhowever lIkeUhoodhowever likelihoodhowever
however that Mr I Bulkeley will be any anymore anymore anymore ¬
more successful than Mr Foraker ForakerForaker ForakerFornk ForakerForaker
Foraker Fornk r Explains Action ActionMr AetloniIr ActionMr
Mr iIr Foraker after the Senate adjourn adjourned ¬
ed said saidThe saidTh2 saIdThe
The Th2 reason for or postponing action un until untU iratil ¬
til December Is that at this time it was wasimpossible wasImpossible wasimpossible
impossible to get a a vote even If I could couldget couldget couldget
get the bill before the Senate while whilenext whilenext whilenext
next December In accordance with the theunderstanding theunderstanding theunderstending
understanding arrived at every Republi Republican RepubUotm Bepublican ¬
can in the Senate will bo under obliga obligation obIlgation obligation ¬
tion to help me get the bill before the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and to get a vote on it It The dif difference difference di dibronco ¬
ference between tween Insisting upon action actionnow acUonnow actionnow
now and postponing action until then la latherefore Istherefore i itherefore
therefore that at thlstlme the th probabili probabilities probabl1ltlee probabiltties ¬
ties were that I would not get anything anythingwhile anythingwhile anythingwhIle
while at that time I IwIll
will at least st get a avote tI tIvote avote
vote and I have great gr at confidence that thatthe thatthA
the thA measure wlll ness
Most of the Republican Senate leaders leadersare leadersare eadersare
are elated over the outcome of the theBrownsville theBrownsvllle theBrownsville
Brownsville affair They were exceeding ¬
ly anxious to avoid a vote on o Senator
Forakers bill In this
waiters waiterspaign Presidential cam campaign
paign year So they went to work to tostifle tostifle tostIfle
stifle further discussion dlscus on of the Browns Brownsville BrownsvfUe Brownsyule
yule affair They told Mr Foraker how
the land lay and he h realized when he hemoved hemoved hemoved
moved to have a 0 date fixed for voting on onhis onhis onhis
his bill that his chance of success had
been reduced to a minimum minimumNearly minImumNearly minimumNearly
Nearly every Senator was in his seat seatwhen seatwhen seatwhen I
when Mr Ir Foraker arose at 2 oclock to tomake tomake tomake
make his motion He suggested that
Saturday would be a a good day for a vote voteTwoyenrold vote votel1TGyeroJd voteTwoyearold
Twoyenrold Rose Busheai BusbeR Best Vn
riety Specie Speolal35c 35c Blackistone J4th 4th H HI HFrztnk HPank
I Frank Llb Libbcy C7 d tt Co COflaT ar ttbclrettl1tc Ui settlas
worse and are cutting prices P Icu J
Mr Warren chairman of the
on O Military Affairs and one of the Pres Presidents Presidents ¬
idents strongest supporters in
Brownsville case explained e < plalned that SenatorLodge
Lodge a a member of the committee Jiad Jiadbeen 11adbeen Mdbeen
been called to the th bedside of his sister sisterwho slstorwho sIsterwho
who was dangerously ill and as Mr MrLodge MrLodge MrLodge
Lodge wanted to make a speech speachon on the theBrownsville theBrownsvnIe thsBrownsville
Brownsville affair it would not be right rightto rightto rightto
to set a day for voting YoUn before beto oMr Mr Lgdgj L4g q f fUkJ
OjUW UkJ l return 1Ira ta t WaWsg Wbtgfr Wahigton WahigtonMr > nv nvMr
r l il ID dJour ni tn i iMr
Mr Foraker eJd Jd that lie would not notobject notobject notobject
object to a a postponement until Mr Lodge Lodgecoutt Lodgeould
coutt return and suggested Tuesday of ofn ofnut ofzsext
n nut xt week for a a vote But Mr Warren Warrenprotested Warrenproteated Warrenpmteeted
protested and this brought a pertinent pertinentinquiry part1n perttntrntInquiry nt ntinquiry
inquiry from Mr Foraker ForakerWill ForakerWill
Will the Senator from rom Wyoming Indi Indicate indicate ladcats ¬ S
cate to me if he believes it is possible possibleto
to agree en any date before the adjourn adjournment adjournmeat adjournmast ¬ S
meat of the present session of Congress
Mr Warrens response was to the of
feet that he could not see how it was waspossible wasPGS8Ible wa
possible to agree to vote at this season L
if I f the plans plansfor for adjournment on Saturday Saturdayweek Saturdayweek Saturda3week r
week were adhered to Things began to toget toget t tget
get interesting then and there Mr Al Aldrich AII
I drich the Republican loader whispered whisperedwith whisperedwith whisperecwith AlI I
with Mr oIl Warren and other Senators
Mr Culberaon the leader of the Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats held hasty consultations with some someof someof zom zomof
of his party associates Vice President PresidenFaIrbanks
Fairbanks waited until the leaders got gotthrough gotthrough go gothrough
through whispering whisperingThen whIsperingThen whisperingThen
Then Mr Foraker moved that the vote voteon voteon votion
on his bill be postponed until the next nextsession nextsessIon nex nexsession
session of Congress CO gpeSB and an named Wednes Wednesday We Wednesay nes nes1ay ¬
< < day ay December IS 1 as the date In reply replyto repl repltO
to a n question he expressed his desire to tovote tovote t tvote
vote now but was unwilling to foreclose foreclosedebabt foreclosdebate
debate on his colleagues Mr Forakers Forakersmotion Forakersmotton
motion was to fix the date by unanimous unanimousconsent unnnlmotIsconsent unanlmoUconsent B
consent but Mr Culberson objected objectedCulbcrson opJectedCulberson oNectedCnlbcrson
Culbcrson Stands Firm FirmThen FirmThen FirmThen
Then Mr Aldrich came to his feet with withan withan witian
an appeal to the Democratic leader to towithdraw towlthdr ti
withdraw wlthdr w his objection Mr Culberson Culbersonwas Culbersonwas Culbersoiwas 1
was obdurate The Democrats he said saidwere Baldwere saidwere
were ready to vote now or at any UiTpio U Uie e eMr
Bacon of Georgia put In an Inno Inn Inncentappe
centappe rfng question at this Juncture
The arrangement nrrongement would postpone the thequestion thoquestion thequestion
question until after the next Presidential Presidentialelection PresldontIalelection Presidentialelection
election election would it not he asked askedIs askedIs askedIs
Is that the reason the Senators on onthat onthat onthat
that side are opposing it to a man mansmilingly mansmIlingly 1 1smUlngly
smilingly inquired Mr Aldrich to which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Bacon retorted that if J action were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken now there would be a divided vote voteon voteon voteon
on the Republican side but next session sessiontbere sessionthere
there would woulp be no such division divisionThere divisionThere divisionThere
There was more whispering whisp rlng between betweenMr
Mr Foraker Mr Aldrich and Mr Hale Haleand Haleand Haleand
and the outcome was W S a a change in the theform theform theform
form of Mr Forakers proposal He first firsthad flrsthad firsthad
had asked for unanimous consent to fix a avoting avoting avoting
voting day next session and objection
having been made he moved that the vote
be taken on December 16 16Who 16Who 16Who
Who made m d that motion asked Sena Senator Senator Seastor ¬
tor Overman of North Carolina evi evidently evIdently cvidently ¬
dently to emphasize that Mr Foraker Forakerwho ForakerI Forakerwho
I who had been insisting on a a vote at the thepresent thepresent
I present session was willing to postpone postponeaction voat postponeaction one oneaction
action until after the Presidential cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign The motion was put and Imme Immediately immedlately ¬
diately Mr Culberson moved to amenw amen It
by fixing next Saturday as the voting
day After another brief consultation consultationwith consultationwith consultationwith
with Mr Aldrich the Foraker came back backat backat backat
at him himI himIII
III I mow to lay that motion on the thetable thetable
table tableThat tableThat tableThat
That settled it Everybody knew that thatths thatthe thatthe
the fight to got action on tho Foraker
bill was over for this session sesal n Nearly Nearlyall NearlyaU Nearlyall
all the Republicans voted ot d with Mr Fora Foraker Foraker Pornker ¬
ker and all the Democrats voted with withMr withMr
Mr Culberson Result Mr Il Culbersons Culbersonsmotion Culbersonsmotion Culbersonsmotion
motion was laid on the table by 42 to 27
Four Republicans voted with the Dem Demcrats DemO DemOcrats Dembcysts
crats against tabling They were BrIggs Brlggsof BrIggst Briggsof
of t New Jersey Jcr y who ho served In the regu
lar army HUlkeley unceiey of Or Connccticut LOflflCCUCUt a acivil
civil war veteran who had been a con consistent consistent ¬ i islatont I
sistent advocate of the cause CaU5 of the dis dismissed di dimlssed di3missed ¬
missed negro soldiers Gallinger of New
Hampshire and Smith of Michigan Bur Burrows Burrows Burrows ¬
rows of Michigan and Scott of West
Virginia regained silent when their theirnames theirnomes theirnames
names were called They were opposed P < cd
to the administrations attitude attitude but did didPopular dIdI didPopular
Popular Excursion Tin Baltimore
RBU natj
Ohio R H HTo nTo
To Harpers Ferry Martinstourgr Ber ¬
keley Springs and Cumberland from
Union Station 8il5 a m May 17 Round Rou t
trip II I to Harpers Ferry and Martins sfartIn
bun burg 185 to Berkeley Springs and
2 to Cumberland CumberlandNo CumberlandNo
No 1 cypren 7Jre galngles IDgl s 35 lie peri per perrank 2066
Frank rank Libbey Co COOth a Oth at at andY ct y av aio t
f I
not t want to t put themselves on record as asgoing asgoing asgoing
going against the party So they steered steereda
a n middle course courseThen courseThen courseThen
Then came Mr Ir Forakers motion that tliata thata
a vote ote be taken on December D ember If It was wascarried wascarrlid wasearned
carried by an overwhelming majority
Briggg Bulkeiey and ad Smith voted votedagaliwt votedagalnet votedagaina
agaliwt it and Senator feott oatt urtIned urtInedtro refrained refrainedfront
front tro voting QUug while whll two iW DmocrattMora DmocrattMoraof ratsSora ratsSoraot
of Oklahoma and McLaiftin M ill 8 all allsippivaleet MJfeSfssjpplvetwd MJfeSfs MM13SlPIPI
sjpplvetwd SlPIPI ted with them All AI the rest t of offor ornapu
t it4RapebUcaa napu UcuS aM the D Demoerp vol
for the tMJIIOt1ea tMJIIOt1eaUny motleo motleoi 5 51ny
i May 1ny Have Political Bearing BearingIt
It is predicted freely that as a result resultof resultof resultof
of Mr Foraker s agreement to let bit htebill bitbill h hbill
bill go over until next winter win the differ differences dltrerencos differences ¬
ences between bei eft the Taft and tbe Fortkor Fortkorfactions Forakerfactfons Foralcurfactions
factions in Ohio will be adjusted and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Foraker will be returned to the Sen Senate Senate Sanate ¬
ate Republican leaders say that they theytrust theytrust theytrust
trust fervently that this will prove true truebut truebut truebut
but they assert that there was no po ¬
litical deal in Mr Forakers behalf and andthat andthat
that his action was entirely free from fromany tromany fromany
any suggestion of an understanding understandingwhereby understandingwhereby understandingwhereby
whereby Mr Foraker or Mr Taft was to
benefit benefitNo benontNo bOflOfitNo
No overtures have been made by either
Ohio faction to the other and it Is said
by Mr Forakers friends that ho has no no1JtenUon
intention 1JtenUon of making msJdr any anyBRYAFS anyBRYANS
Mrs Leavitt io Seek Womens Votes Voteafor Vot Votesfor s sfor
for Father if He la Nominated NominatedOmaha 1 NominatedOmaha omfnnt d dI
I Omaha May 13 iRuth Ruth Bryan Laavltt Laavlttdaughter Laadttdaughter Leavlttdaughter
daughter of William J Bryan will take takethe takethe tak takthe
the stump In Colorado Wyoming and andother andother I Iother
other Western States and will make poli 13011Ucal political politics ¬
tical tics speeches in favor of her father tather if ifhe Ithe ii iihe
he is nominated for tho Presidency PresidencyThis PresldencyThis
This information was brought to Omaha Omahatoday Omahatodny Omahetoday L
today by Mayor J C Dahlman Bryans Bryansgreat Bryansgreat Bryansgreat
great political and personal friend who whohas whohas whchas
has been In Denver arranging for the theDemocratic thoDemocratic thcDemocratic
Democratic national convention conventionMrs conventionMrs conventionMrs <
Mrs Leavitt has made a a study of poll political polltical polltical ¬
tical economy and inherits the oratorical
ability of her father She Is a 0 ready and andforceful andtorceful andforceful
forceful speaker speakerShe speakerShe speakerShe
She will stump these States where wherewoman wherewoman wherewoman
woman suffrage exists and will confine confineher confineher confineher
her efforts to her own sex among whom whomshe whomshe whomshe
she Is expected to secure many votes for forher forher forher
her father fatherCLEVELAND fatherCLEVELAND fatherCLLVELAJID
Right Rev Horntxnann Stricken with rrlthHeart withHenrt withHeart
Heart Disease at Canton CantonCanton CantonCanton CantonCanton
Canton Ohio May 13 13Blshop BIshop Horst Horstmann Horstmann Horstmann
mann of the Catholic diocese of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cloveland ¬
land was etrickon with heart failure failurehere failurehere failurehare
here today after having celebrated mass massat massat massat
at St St Johns Church ChurchHe ChurchHe f
He remained unconscious for some time timebut timebut i
but finally responded to stimulants stimulantsLater stimulantsLater stimulantsLater
Later however he suffered another at attack at atI attack ¬
I tack and died at 903 tonight tonightBishop tonightBishop tonightBishop
Bishop Horstmann was born In Phila Philadelphia PhiladelphIa Plusdeiphia ¬
delphia December D ember 16 1S40 Sro and was or ordained ord ordalned ¬
dained d Ined with the degree degree of D D In Rome RomeJune RomeJune RomeJuna
June 10 1885 From 1S66 to 1ST 1877 he was waspresident waspresident waspresident
president in St St Charles Seminary Phil Philadelphia Phila Philadelphia ¬
adelphia a elpbia and was pastor pa tor of St St Marys MarysChurch MarysChurch MarysChurch
Church In that city from 1ST7 liT to 1SS5
In Which year he became chancellor of
the Philadelphia diocese wiring rv1ng until
February 25 1633 when he bewas was consecrat consecrated Qons consecrated crat cratcd ¬
ed bishop of Cleveland ClevelandThe ClevelandThe Ciov lan lanThe
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missing mlss g relatives rGl t1ves oonUnue to tor toreach reach Sher Sheriff Sher1ft Sherff ¬
iff 1 ff Smutzer SmutzerMrs SmutzerMrs
Mrs J 3 H McJenkfne Box SK Cora Coraopolls COraopolls Cornopolls S
opolls Pa P wishes to know about her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband a member of the A AO O U W WMrs WMrs WMrs
Mrs J T Tonal of Bingbamton Btngb ri1ton N NT NY NV
T asks about a young woman with withlight wIthIfght withltght
light hair and large feat feat on whlah there therewere tberewere therecsoie
were were several bunion who disappeared disappearedEaster disappearedEaster I IEaster
Easter Sunday and A H Howard HowardKansas of ofKansas otKans8S
Kansas City Mo asks about Emil Tell Tella TeUa TellSwede
a Swede who left for Laporte a rear ago agowith agowith C Cwith
with f2000 f2000C 2m 2mC 200IlC
C W 1 ShuttSj ShUtts of Chicago says Wiley WiIe
Bunki f of Clymers ClymersaInd IwL In may be able to tothrow C
et sme > me light on the murders as 8 he heknew C
Mrs Gunnoss
The ha attorneys for Lamphore still stilldoubht stilldoubht stilidoubht
doubht that Mrs Gunness Is dead and andthe andthe andthe
the doubts of others have been increased increasedby increasedby increasedby
by the assertion that the dentist who at atfirst at11r8t S Sfirst
first supposed the thing found yesterday yesterdaywas yesterdaywas Sterday Sterdaywas
was a gold crown tooth now says It is isnot Isnot Isnot
not a tooth Tse supposed gold is isthought Isthought Isthought
thought to be a a chip of gilding from a apicture apicture apicture
picture frame frarnethatescaped that escaped the blaze blazeRinga blazeRings blazeRings
Rings Are Identical IdenticalBut IdenticalBut IdentIc1But
But the physicians ae aie certain the body
is that of ofUr the murderess murder ss Other tests testswere testswere I
were made last night zhghl The picture pctltr of
Mrs Gunness was placed under a power p wer ¬
ful microscope mlcr scope by Dr Meyer Sheriff
Smutzer and Charles Michaels Under
the glass the rings on the womans
fingers In the picture were Identical With
the rings found foundSheriff foundSherltr foundSheriff
Sheriff Smutzer has received from the thewarden thewarden thewarden
warden of t
Stillwater penitentiary the theI S
I description and Bertillon
measurements measurementsof t tof
of Andrew Helgelreln The record shows t
that Helgelrelh served ten years for bur burglary burglary burglary ¬
glary and andarsqn andarsqnPinkerton arson arsonPinkerton arsonPinkerton
Pinkerton detectives detecUvestrom from two Chicago Chicagoand
and Denver offices have been sent to
Oklahoma City at the request reQu t of the theauthorities theauthorftles theauthorlUes
authorities here to look up Emil C
Gronlngr and get him to Laporte It pos possible possible peasible ¬
sible Gronlng Is the carpenter who told toldof toldot 1 1of
of the criminal history of Mrs Gunnes
Estate state Not ot Large LargeThe LargeThe LargeThe
The Inventory ot the property other
than real estate of Mrs Gunnes was
fil filed d in the Circuit Court today by
Wesley W sley Fogel who was named In her herwill herwllJ herwill
will as executor It shows 750 in cash cashand cashand cashand
and 820 In other personal per onaI property Fogel
has given bond for 2500 As far as
known k 1 own Mrs
Gunness had no debts ex except except cxcept ¬
cept a 8 small amount duo Joseph Max Maxson Maxson
son 9 the hired man
Among the tn s letters letters received received today today was wasone wasone wasone
one one that seems to Indicate that thatMrs Mrs Gun Guiijiess Gunne8s Gunemployed
jiess employed solicitors as well as re resorted resorted resorted ¬
sorted to matrimonial advertisement to tosecure to80cura tosscura
secure victims The letter came to Po ¬
lice Chief Chle Cochrane and
was wasfrorn from a a man
in Cleveland Ohio Cochrane refuses ratus s to
divulge the name of the Cleveland man
The letter says that last August while
the writer wr1 er was va cc standing In the Cleveland ClevelandClear Clevelandct ClevelandCier
Clear ct tr Alabama flooring 92 2 per e1 100 l00t fee te et
Frank Libbey Co fa 6th at stand and N Nr7 Y ave ve
0 i I D 44t T4VU 1 Q QpubU
public p ublic square a a welldressed man en engaged engaged enaged ¬
gaged g aged him In conversation He asked the thewriter thewrIter theriter
writer w riter casually ca maUy if he was married and the thewriter thewriter
writer w riter replied that he was not Immedi Immediately Immediately lmmedltely ¬
ately a tely the stranger told him him about a rich richwidow dchwidow
widow w idow living In Laporte who desired desiredman a aman
man The stranger asked the writer wrtterft wrtterftbe if ifhe ife
he h e was willingfto go to Laporte to see the tbewoman theWOman thewoman
woman and when the writer declined the thestranger thestranger thetranger
stranger s said the woman would come to to1veland
Cleveland Cy f tand if Ilt tfJier her > r faje was wa = paid paidAgent pll piAgent
S 7 Ag Agent nt Sliprrs S1101VsH Sliow 3H rPict Pjc t re reThe reThe
S The The granger also iio turned turn d over a a pTc pTclure picture Ic S
lure t UrC of the Laporte widow It Is a a pic piclure picture plcure S
lure t ure of Mrs Gunness of the th penny va variety variety ¬
riety V IGIl The letter to Cochrane described describedtfce describedUs describedhe I
to tfce Us t he stranger as about thirtyfive years yearsold yearsoW
old o tl ld five feet three inches fnch stall tall and weigh weighing weIghIng welghug ¬ S
ing l ug about TM l pounds poundsImmediately pGundsImmediately poundsImmediately
Immediately after the receipt of this thisletter thislettr thl thletter
letter l etter the authorities got evidence to toshow
show s that an agent for torMrs Mrs Gunness Gunnesshad Gunnesihad I
had collected mall addressed to her un under under ¬
der her own name and two aliases at the thepostoffice thepostofllce thepostoffice C
postoffice in Chicago Peru Ind Cham Champaign Champ Champaign ¬
paign p Jgn Iii IJ and Warsaw Ind IndThe IndThe
The aliases used by Mrs Gunness were wereMrs wereMrs wereMrs C
Mrs Jennie Hinckley and Mrs Jennie JennieSorenson Je mie mieSorensolt
Sorenson This agent would gather all allths eUthe all I
the mail sent to Mrs Gunness at the thevarious theulous C
various towns t wns mentioned m i th response theC to toher toher tc tcher C
her matrimonial advertisements and andbring andbring am I Ibring
bring the theletters letters to the Gunness house houseMotorman houseMotormanCarlsonotthe houseMotorman
Motorman MotormanCarlsonotthe Carlson of the Murdock In Interurban Interurb Interurban
terurban terurb n line today declared that a a man manexactly manexactly t
exactly fitting fittingthe the description of the agent agentfrequently agenttrequ agent agentfrequently L tL
frequently trequ ntJy rode on his hi car Invariably he hegot hegot he hegot
got off at the stop nearest Mrs Gunness
Boy Identifies Lamphere LamphereJohn LnmphereJohn LamphereJohn
John Sallaln a newsboy was taken to tothe totbe t tthe
the county Jail this afternoon where he heOsIUeJy he heposlUvoly
Identified Ray Lamphere as the them the
m n he saw sew running out of the theGunness theGunnessyard Gunness Gunnessyard Gunnesyard a
yard before the fire broke out The boy boyRS bo boras
ras RS in the neighborhood and is positive positiveIn 3
his Identification of the prisoner This
I the t first fi st positive ltIe Identification the au
U10rtles 3 nave been oeen able aoie to to get or ot tne the man mantwo mantwo
two or three people have said they saw sawrunning sawrunning sawrunning
running from the yard yardThe yardThe yardThe
The authorities are now more nioreconfident confident
than ever that they will be able to show showthat
that Lamphere burned the Gunness house housewith hoUsewith housewith
with the widow and her three children childrenEVANS chUdrenEVANS childrenEVANS
No > o Special PlanK PI nll for Reception Receptlonrof ReceptlonrofAdmlrnl ReceptionjofAdmiral rot rotAdmiral
Admiral Are Made 3IadeAdmiral 3I MadeAdmiral de deAdmiral
Admiral Robley D Evans Evans former com commanderInchlef commanderlnchlet cornmanderinchief
manderInchlef of th the Atlantic Squadroft Squadroftaccompanied SQUadro SQUadroaccompanied Suadrofiaccompanied
accompanied by Mrs Evans his Daugh Daughter augh aughtsr ugh ughter ¬
ter Mrs Marsh wife of Commander CommanderMarsh CommtnderMarsh CommhnderMarsh
Marsh his son Lieut Ll t Frank Fr nc Evans EvansLieut EvansLleut EvansLieut
Lieut Commander L H Chandler his hisaid hisaId hisaid
aid and Lieut C R Train Tralnhis his flag lieu lieutenant Ueutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant tenant will arrive In the city clt this morn
Ing after a 0 Journey across the continent
marked by enthusiastic and patriotic patrIQUcdemonstrations patriQticdemonstrations
demonstrations at nearly every city and
town along the route routeNo routeNo routeNo
No especial reception has been prepared
for him hero at the Capital other than
that of a a number of officials otncIalsIncludlDg Including
his soninlaw Commander Marsh MarshThe MarshThe
The admirals health healthIs Is slightly Improved Improved Im lipproved ¬
proved His homecoming is much sad ¬
dened by the recent death of t his little littlegrandson littlegrandson littlegrandson
grandson Robley Evans Sewall to whom
he was much attached attachedAnnual attachedDRAINAGE attachedDRAINAGE
Annual Sleeting of Association Holds HoldFinal HoldsFinnl HoldsFinal
Final Session SessionThe Scaalonrhe
The annual meeting meeting of the National NationalAssociation NationalDrainane
Drainage Association whic which has
in session in this city Was brought to a aclose aclose
close yesterday yesterday afternoon with an ad address address addross ¬
dress by Representative Steenerson of
Wisconsin who told to d the members of otthe the
Congress what had been done In Wis Wisconsin WisconSIn Wisconan ¬
consin In the draining of lowlands and andswamps andswamps andswamps
swamps swampsHe swampsHe swampsHe
He also explained the various features featuresol featureof featuresat
ol the Flint bill bU which whl h is now before
Congress and which calls for an ai appro appropriation approprlation appropriatlon ¬
priation for drainage drainageHow drainageJlo drainageUiw
How Jlo Much of Your YourI Income 1come
Are you banking Start an account with
banking dept or o Union Trust Co 15th
H ste Interest paid on all nIJa accounts count3 sub ¬
ject to to check Government supervision supervisionWhile supenlslohWhile supervisiobWhile
While you think of it telephone your
Want Ad to The Washington Herald and j
bill will be sent you at I cent a word wordDressed wordrellccJ wordDressed
Dressed rellccJ pickets vlck an and palteflp palbap1 2 per 100
Fraril Frank I4bbeyv Llb r 8 A Co CQa 6tht b lU ana N T Yy wn avs avsp
I HISTORY MAUf MAUfConference MADE MADEConference
Conference of Governors GovernorsOpens GovernorsOpens GovernorsOpi
Opens Opi at White WhiteH houseHELD House Housei HouseHELD u e eHELD
Galled to t Order by President Presidenbof Presidenbofthe ofI of ofthe
I the United States StatesSPEECHES StatesSPEECHESBY f fI fSPEECHES
j Important Epoch in the Affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Nation Signalized by bythe the Pres Presence Presence Presence ¬
ence of Many State Executives Executivesand Executivesand Executivesalid
and Addressed by y Hr Roosevelt RooseveltMr RooseveltMr RooseveltMr
Mr Carnegie Mr John Mitchell JfitchellSecretary MitohellSecretary MitchellSecretary
Secretary Hoot Mr John Hay HayHammond HayHammond KayKammond
Hammond and Others OthersWilliam OthersWilliamI William WilliamJ
J 3 Bryan Congratulates President PresidentNever PresidentNever PresidentNever
Never before In the the history of the theUnited thetriited
United States Stat s has ha there
I been b een such such a agathering 8 8gathering agathering
gathering of notable men as was assem assembled 8SeJftI
I I bled In the historic old East E8 tRoorn Boom of ofthe ofthe
i the White House when
President Theo Theodore Theodore Thosdore ¬
dore Roosevelt called the conference of ofgovernors otgoernors ofgovernors
governors to order yesterday morning morw morwThe niorntn niorntnThe
The brain brawn and wealth w a1th at Use tfeeentire ue ueentire Useentire
I entire country was there and for for oe oetie OJ e ete
I tie tlt three were In J n accord having mat for forthe
I the purpose of conserving cons rvlng that which whichj whichGod
j l God has ba so liberally endowed and which whichman
I man is so ruthlessly destroying destroyingj destrO1ngAside
j Aside from the governors of th the van various vanI van vanous ¬
I ous States together with their advisers advisersevery adVkeneery advisgevery
every national body ody of any Import Importj fmpo Importcc Importccwith AC
j with interest In the preservation oC o the thenatural thentiiin1
natural ntiiin1 resources pcri eh e
n nrepresented
represented representedThe representedTho r epresentedThe
ra The East Room ono of the handsomest handsomestand handsomestand handsomestnd
and a nd the most commodious Jn the White
House had been transformed for the
oc occasion occasion ccaslon ¬
casion c Its wide
expanse of floor
was wascovered wascovered wascovered
covered with row after row of gilt chairs
On the mantelpieces were hug huge bouquets bouquetsof
of o f American Amerlc n Beauty Roses
whose fra fraj frafilnce fm fmrnce
j rance floated even to the th corridors and andpermeated andIJ andpermeated
permeated IJ rmeated every corner of the big room roomProvide momProTide teemProvide
Provide liaised Platform PlatformAt Plntfo PlatformAt m mAt
At the western side ido
of thereoro iwls a araised araJse
riijscg raJse raised pjaifornv pattonmflftytwoifeetrin lattorm1it3 flftylywo o tfeetria 1feet in length en1
This was carpeted with a heavy plush plashof plushot plushof
of an olivegreen color In the center of
this platform was a a large square cabinet cabinetwhich cabln cabinetwhich t twhl
which whl h wlllbe wllr be used to Illustrate with the theaid theaid theaid
aid of calciums sections s ctlons of the country countrygiving countrYgllng
giving different views of the natural re resources resources resources ¬
sources sourcesOn sourcesOn sourcesOn
On either side of this cabinet on the thewall 616wall thewall
I wall were maps In colors the various variouscolors VtLdouscolors variouscolors
colors representing the thedltterent different resources resourcesof rSQUr rosomrosof ea eaor
of different sections while an eagle of
huge dimensions surmounted sunnoHntoothe the cabinet cabinetAt OIlbtn cabineLAt L LAt
At either end of the platform were stands standsbearing staJtdsbearing standsbearing
bearing the coat of arms of the United
States and near the center a 8 stand containing QOnlalnlng con eontaming ¬
taming the flag of the country and the thaPresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents flag flagThe flagThe flagThe
The seating arrangements could nsld net nethave nothave netbare
have been improved upon To Fo the rtgtet rtgtetof rfgtttof rtgmtof
of the cabinetwas President Roosevelts Rooseveltschair Roosaltschair Rooseveltschair
chair and to the left the chair was occu occupied occupled occujled ¬
pied by Vice President Fairbanks To
the right of the President and a little to
his rear were the chairs occupied oceupiedhy by the themembers tJiemembers themembers
members of the Cabinet and to tile left leftof Jettot Iftof
of the VieD ico President on a line with the thechairs t8echairs thechairs
chairs of the members of the Cabinet Cabinetwere Cabinetwere Cabinetwere
were the seats eats for the Justices of tie Su Supreme Supremo Scpromo ¬
promo Court CourtIn CourtIn CourtIn
In a 8 block directly In front of the plat ¬
form were arranged the th seats for the gov governors governors gotcmncira ¬
ernors and the four especially invited invitedguests Invltodguests Invitedguests
guests William Jennings Bryan the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Commoner and twice the choice choiceof of ofparty
his party party for or President cslde1t of the United
oune3 Anarew tuuiew Carnegie ainega steel eteei magnate magnateand inauste inausteand
and philanthropist James J Hill the therailroad Uterailroad therailroad
railroad magnate and John Mitchell for former former formet ¬
mer president of the United Mine Work Workers Workens Workera ¬
ers Association AssociationFor AssociationFor AssociationFor
For Invited Guests GnesttrTo Guea GueaTo GuestsTo
To the right of thte block and wIthln a afew afew afew
few feet of the platform were the chairs ohalrafor ohafrstor chairsfor
for the members or the Inland Water Waterways Wat Watsrways r ¬
I ways Commission also specially Invited Invitedguests ino1t ino1tguests Invltdguests
guests guestsThe guestsThe guestsThe
The other chairs were arranged In a asemicircle a asemicircle asemicircle
semicircle around the room aside from
the chairs for the press representatives representativeswhich represontativswhich representativeswhich
which were to the left of the stand standother The Theother he heother
other guests occupied chairs as they de desired desired tiesired ¬
sired siredThe siredThe siredThe
The hour for convening was set at II IIoqlook 11oQlook 11 11oclock
oqlook but long before that hour the thegovernors tbegovernors 110 110governors
governors and others who war W wore r to at t ¬
tend the conference started for the White
House They came singly In pairs and andgroups andgroups andgroups
groups and to see the laughing and good
fellowship which prevailed was surprising
to many but for the once all differences
had been laid aside Politics was for forgotten torgotten forgotten ¬
gotten and those thoi who a a few days ago agowere agowere agowere
were fighting for supremacy on the po ¬
litical field mingled together as har harmoniously harJUonloushr barpiniouly ¬
moniously as though such thl things s as po ¬
litical honors and glory wore unknown
In accordance with the instructions the theguests theguests theguests
guests entered the east gate of the White
House and were escorted escor ed to a a register registerprovided eglstet eglstetprovided
for the occasion where each
inscribed lnscnlb d his name They were then th n nIhownlnto
Ihownlnto into the East Room though the tbemAjority
of them spent the time id J the thecorrJ
corrJ or3 or3A
A few minutes before 11 oclock the thePresident
took up ups a a position In the main mainorfldor mainnril1
orfldor nril1 and nn1 the flit guests iiitq werE prA nregMnf4i
to him individually the ceremony ceremony OCGU OCGUpYIng ocaupying
i pYIng something more than fifteen min minutes minutes misute ¬
utes ute After this the guests were ushered
to their seats eats and the members of the
Supreme Court bench and the Cabinet
took their places on the platform latGrm A Asecond Asecond Asecond
second later Vice President Fairbanks Fatrb Fairbankstered nks en entered n ntered ¬
tered and when the hands of thej th cloak
lacked but a a second or two ot Tsaehtng r althlng
the hour a a bugler sounded the Presidentscall Presldft Presidents Presidentacall ts tscall
call and the Chief Executive entered fhft be
East Room and walked toward towardthe the th PMt J t
form The applause which greeted hf bfwaif hint hintwas in inwas
was tumultuous and the President b bcijd ed d
his acknowledgment acknowledgmentApplaud acknowledgmentAlpJlutl acknowledgnientApplaud
Applaud the PreldcntThere PresidentThere President PresidentThere
There were men there who wh dlffefied dlffefiedwith dlffe dIffeedwith ed edwJth
with him politically pOlltl ally men of his iottt sn t ll JKJ 3 3liticat
litlcai complexion who differed wfth wftbsoe wftbsoeContinued some someContinued e er eContJnue4
Continued on Pago 2 Column COIQmuStlaftGOper CoIumn1 CoIumn1SMiag 1 1SfdfEgr
SfdfEgr StlaftGOper 9150 150 per 100 feet A bIg cut t
Frank Libbey bcy a Co fith at and N y ave vs

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