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NO 626 WASHINGTON WASHINGTON W SHINGTON D DO 0 WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1908 1908TWELVE TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS
IT r fT LENDS lE DS IETramps IE VUEAlUMNI
AlUMNI rA PARADE PARADEAbout D DTramps
Tramps TrampsTAFT About in Mud with withv withCheering
v Cheering Classmen ClassmenWITNESSES ClassmenI
I
WITNESSES I NESSES BALL GAME GAMEHas GAMEHns +
1
Has Picture Taken with Sur Surviviiiff SlUvhJl1g
viviiiff 0 Graduates of of7 78 78Presidential 8 8Jrcllhlcntlul
Presidential Candidate Puts in Busy BusyDay DUllYDn BusyDay
Day Dn After Attending UnniiiCHH Ses Session SCIIIou SCasions ¬
sions sion Iou of Yale Corporation of Which Whichlie VJtlchlie
lie Is a Member IcmbcrOther Other Reunions ReunionsTake ReuuloDIITake
Take Hundreds of 0 Enthusiastic EnthusiasticUniversity EnthUlclaJltlcCllherHlt EnthusiasticUniversity
University CllherHlt 3Ien to Xctv Haven HavenNew lInenN havenNew
New N w Haven Conn June K 8Seoret SecretaryTaft Secretary SeorottiryTaft ry ryTaft
Taft ltd the pared of Tale alumni around aroundthe aroundthe
the baseball field today and jolnod In the thecheering thecheering thecheering
cheering that helped to send tho Harvard Harvardteam Hnrvardteam Harvardteam
team down to detestAs defeat defeatAs dettAs
As a redhot college rooter root Mr Taft Tafthas Tafthaa Tafthas
has few equals and when it comes to totramping totramping totramping
tramping through mud On parade he healmost is isalmost Isalmo s
almost t in a class c by b himself When many manyof manyof manyof
of his classmates of IS is 7S dripping perspira perspiration pe perspfraLion plra plraUon ¬
Lion were crying for a halt he was plod plodding plodding plodding ¬
ding along cheerfully h ully on the heels of the theband theband th thi
band waving salutes to the right rgh rghMr i t and left leftMr leltIr
Mr Ir Taft heard early earl in the day da fro froGuy front frontGuv froofGO
Guy GO Herrlck of Ohio that It was prob probable poba p ob obable ¬
a able le James S Sherman his retaining mate matewould + Oatewould natewould
would have to undergo an operation out outin outin ou ouin t
tt
in Cleveland Mr TaCt Immediately sent sentthis lentthis sen senthis t
this message to Jlr Ir Sherman ShermanAm Sbar san san1m
Am m ipwUj u dutm4 dUtNI to byre af four pe pelfupe fltoo bIIMHIJIJ8 fltoolli
HIJIJ8 lli > I GOT Hrrrick will kMp M added ofreoretIVu of jtmr jtmrmtontfen JOWmltora 1
mtontfen mltora IIII tc fl t health which rbie 1 u M sU > lueybe BWJ 7 7nPeL s oar r rbe
be nPeL p L W 1VI VM IL U TilT TBTJ TilTJ TAl F FJ
J P Morgan arrived amy in a town this afterncm after afternoon atternoon ¬
noon when wh Mr Taft and hta h classmate classmatewere cJaMmatwere claeematwere
were cheering cheerl themselves hoarse out at atthe att althe
the t he ball AfId fleM bet be did not meet the theSecretary thoSlC18tal7 th thSecretary o
Secretary SlC18tal7nU
Dnny nU AH 111 11 tho Horning 3IornlnjrSecretary IornlnJSecretary
Secretary Tafts Taft run for or the day bega begaIn began beganin
in a pouring < rainstorm He had bee beebusy been beenbusy beenbusy n
busy all the morning attending a meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of the Yale Corporation of which he heis heis h his e
is a fellow and delivering one or two twolittle twolittle t tlittle wo
little speeches tpf He announced when hen he hejoined hejoined h hjulned e
joined his hi classmates on the steps of Ol OlCenter Old OldCenter OldCent d
Center Cent Church on the college green at a t
1 oclock that h be was through work for forthe torthe fo r
the day da and that he was wa gon gong c to light lightright lightright llgh llghright t rt
right out and have the very best bl t time hknew he heknew h hknew e
knew how As A a starter he discard dts d dthe dthe
the soberlooking Mberlookln fown awn WIt that onvtiopod onvtiopodhim G ftlOpcdh edvvefop edvvefophint ° d
h him m all the morning momtlalM1 and slapping ttoa ttoaRev thQRe tb a
I Rev Re Somebodyorothsr doru on the back backsang backsang backsang
sang out outSay outSay outSay
Say Charlie if I looked as a old as asyou asrou a ayou a
you do I wouldnt w + oatdnt show myself 11131 lt In th thparade this thisparade thlparade k
parade paradeBut paradeBut paradeBut
But the photographer pboto rapber was v ready to sna snathe snap snapthe anapthE p
the class picture and ad somebody hollered holleredFor holleredFor
For the love of Moses Bill sit down and andgive andgive
give the picture man a chance chanceYes cbaaeeYN chanceYe
Yes Ye chorused ed two or three others otherswe oUlerswe
we dont mhtd having you in too picture picturewith pkturwith e j jwith
with us u providing pr t you only on only give sf tve our faces faeMa facea i ia
a show
Tucked Into In to n Hole HoleAnd HoJeAnd HoleAnd
And so they tucked Mr Taft In a hole holea hole holegood hole holea
a good bis big II hole holeIn in the t e middle of the thegroup thegroUP tb tbgroup e
group just as they all had their pictures picturestaken plcturestakEn picturetaken e
taken as freshmen on tho same stops stopsthirtythree stopsthlrtythIM atop atopthirtythree e
thirtythree years 15 agoJust ago agoJust acoJut
Just then though the heavens opened openedall openedaU open openall
all their stopcocks and the rain In fell i In Inbucketfuls Inbucketful n
bucketfuls The big Secretary Seertv dkin dkinbudge didnt didntbudge dldntbudp t
tn
budge an Inch If anything tho smile on onhis onhis o ohls n
his face broadenedCut broadened broadenedCut broadenedCut
Cut it out cut It out lets wait until untilthe unUIthe un unthe ill
the rain r rain n stops yelled some of the bald baldheaded OOldheaded baldheaded
headed i8 78 men but their cries wore un unheeded unheeded tinheeded ¬
heeded When the photographing w wover was wasover wasofr
over the members of the class of TS beat beatit boatIt b bit °
it away to get on some dry clothes be before betore b bfore ¬
fore going SOl to the baseball fl td tdThe W WThe d dThe
The rain cooled the air a ami and as a the sun sunsoon sunlIoon su susoon n
soon blazed forth Secretary Taft and his hisclassmates hisda8smate hi hiclassmatea r
classmates started for tho Yale field from fromtheir fromtheir fro r rtheir m
their headquarters at the Old EdwardsHoulle Edwards EdwardsHouse EdwardHouse s
House on Elm street at about 3 oclock oclockThe ocfockThe oelocThe t
The Secretary had his little son Chart Chartwith Charlie Charliewith Charliewith ie
with him Headed lI ded by a brass band they theymarched theymarched the themarched y
marched across the college green greenChapel to toChapel toCha1J1
Chapel street and up for about t tblocks two twoblocks twoblocks w o
blocks where they the boarded special apect l cars carsEverybody carsEvtrbod3 car carEverybody s
Everybody was ready ree Y to give Yales mo most mostfamous mostamoWl it itfamous
famous amoWl alumnus a great reception reception when whenhe whenhe wh whhe en
he appeared on the field
15000 Persons There ThereAH ThcreAll ThereAll
All of the th reunion cktatses had assem assembled DMembl azee azeea m ¬
a bled bl at the gate to await his arrival and andInside andInskIe a ainside na
Inside the Inclosure about 16000 1Q perso persowore persons personswere porsonswere na
were banked up on three sides sld of the fle fleAs field fieldAs fieldAI nad d
As a standardbearer with the Stars and andStripes nndStrIpes an anStripes d
Stripes followed by another with the thewhite thewhite t twhite he
white numerals u 78 on a blue bad back background background C Cground ¬
ground appeared In the gateway a the thewent cheer cheerwent cheorwent or
went up from both the Yale and Harvard Harvardsupporters Hnnardsupportn Harva Harvasupporters rd
supporters supportersJust supportnJu supportersJust
Just Ju t behind the flags walked UBlg Big Bill BillTaft DIUTaCt BillTaft
Taft with Judge Howard C Holllstor Holllstorof Holilatoof r
of Cincinnati on one side and James JamesLamberton JamesLamberton Jam JamLamborton es
Lamberton of HarrIsburg secretary secretarythe of ofthe ofthe
the class of TS T8 on tho other Mr Ir Taft Taftacknowledged Taftacknowle1g8 Ta Taacknowlo ft
acknowlo acknowledged 1ge the greeting by waving his hishat hishat h hhat 1s
hat and then the march around tho field fieldstarted fioldstartod fib fibstarted d
started As J the Secretary and his class classmates classmatos clas clasmates 6 ¬
mates passed eaoli ea emit t stand they were werecheered worocheered we wecheered re
cheered and then there was a lot monj monjcheering mor morcheerhg mo mocheerhlg r
cheering when hon Mr Taft took his place placewith plneewith pi piwlth ac e
with his classmates in the front row rowthe acof of ofthe ofthe
the west stand Mrs Irs Taft was waiting
for him there and she sat with him dur during durIng during ¬
ing the entire game sharing in the gen general genral goneral ¬
eral ral tribute that was paid to the classof class classof classot
of 7S 7SThe 78The S SThe
The other reunion classes waited until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the Secretary and and his fellows had com completed com1eted completed ¬
pleted 1eted their circuit cl ult of the field before they theymarched theymarched theymarched
marched in But they raised hob when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they got there First came the class of ofS3 oft3
S3 about 100 strong drossed in white whiteduck whit whitduck wbluduck
duck suits They halted In front of the theTaft theTaIt theTaft
Taft stand and sent up an earsplitting earsplittingcheer earsplittingcb earsplittingcheer
cheer cb r v vS3
S3 Men In Blue Gowns GownsThe GovrnnThe GownllThe
The class of 83 as wearing blue academic academicgowns academicgowns academicgowns
gowns with red hoods followed suit and andthen andthen andthen
then came the class of S3 All these thesewere thesewere thesewere
were perfectly dignified graduates Butentered But Butentered Butentered
entered then the class of 91 9 academic academicContinued ncadomlcContlnuccl academicContinued
Continued on Page 3 Column Columneu 5Vlaen 5 5When
When eu Arranging Arrnn lnr to Leave L ae Town
Consult Union Trust Co 16th and H sts
1 jn In regard to storing your silverware dur ¬
ing your absence ab Fire and burglar proof
vaults Very reasonable rates
WEATHER EA THER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland lvlarvlandFair Fair continued continuedwarm continucdwarn1 continuedwarns
warm today Tomorrow show showers showers showrs ¬
ers e rs and cooler light to fresh freshwinds freshwinds freshwinds
winds mostly southwesterly southwesterlyHERALD southwesterlyHERALD southwesterlyHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPagos SUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHIOITaft T1LIGItAPHIQTaft
1 ITaft Taft Leads ad8 Class at Yale Ball Game GameiShermans GumelSherman Game1fShermans
iShermans Condition NotvSo Good Goodnaps GoodBryan
1 Bryan Raps Republican Platform PlatformlRocltefellor Platform1Rockefeller
1Rockefeller 1 Rockefeller to Write ReminlroantierLouisiana Remlnlscenow Remfnt ceno cenoILou1alana
ILou1alana 1 Louisiana Kills Kill Racing3Hughes Racing Raclng3Hughee
3Hughee 3 Hughes to Run Again Again3President Asaln3Prestdent
3 3Prestdent President Aboard Yacht YachtS Yacht3Mra Tacit511n
S 3Mra Mrs Taft Discusses Divorce
4 41 Miss John Jean Jot n Reid Married l arried to John Joh Word Ward4En Vnrd4Englhe
4 4Englhe 4En Engine a Kills Three Three Men Ien4Cadots MenCadets
4 4Cadots Cadets in Sham Battle BattleLOCAL BattleJOClr BattleLOCAL
LOCAL1Savers LOCAL JOClrISevere
1 ISevere Severe Fighting In Persian Capital CapitalS CapitalRat13 capitalRatify
S Ratify Taft and Sherman Ticket TicketCollege TicketColleso TicketCollege
2 College Men len Seeing the Sights SightsSGonsacn SightsGonsaga
3 SGonsacn Gonsagn School Gives a PlayFreak Play Play3Freak Playloreak
3Freak Freak of the Wind AlarmsMrs Alarms AlarmIrs
5 Mrs Irs Loofllcr Entertains Children ChildrenDistrict Chll Chlltfren6District ren ren5Dl
5Dl 6District District lrlct Attorney Takes a nridLPaper Bride BridePaper
0 Paper Trust Finns Dlscuseed DlscuiiedllJohn Dfacuaeed11John
llJohn 11 John Loefller Commits Suicide SulcldellBankora SuicideIiBankers
11 llBankora Bankers Association in Session SeeslonUAdvlce Session1PAdvice
UAdvlce 12 Advice Is Given to Dog Owners1No Owners OwnerslNo
12 lNo No Danger of an Ice Famine harer here hereBRYAN horeBRYAN
BRYAN B RYAN ARRAIGNS r ARRAIGNSCHICAGO ARRAIGNSCHICAGO ARRAIGSCHICAGO
CHICAGO PLATFORM PLATFORMDeclares PLATFORMDeclares PLATFORIYIDeclares
Declares It Silent Eepudia Eepudiation ReludiatioIl Ire pudia pudiatioll
tion of Roosevelt RooseveltNO
NO REAL REFORM IS PROMISED PROMISEDPrcMidcitt PROMISEDPrchlcnt PROMISEPresldent
PrcMidcitt Hunt lust Resent He Says the thePact thcFn th e
Pact Fn t that No o Credit In Given Demo Democricts
9 9crhtM
crhtM cr ltH for Supporting S IJlJUrtJlg Hint Mac MacItepulLllenna When WhenIlepiiIiIfcanH hen henItcll1lbllcnnN °
IlepiiIiIfcanH Deserted Dc DesertedConsiders rtcctCoJJht Considers r It ItContract ItCoutract I t
Contract Signed and Scaled ScaledLincoln SealcelLincoln
Lincoln Nebr June DIn 21 In a 4909 4909word 4101word 4 4word
word statement Issued by b Mr MrWnight Ir Bryan Bryantonight DryaDtonlht yta
tonight he vigorously arraigns aml the Re Republican Re ReI R ¬
I publican party for its stand at Chicago Chicagotaking ChIcIlPtaktng Chtca Chtcataking go
taking up issues in data detail and replying replyinge to tothe totho
the th e attacks on the Democratic rasa rasamade record recordmade ItCOrdmade rd
made in the platform He declares dec that thattt thatit t
tt is sufllclent proof that the contest contestlessen t be between ¬
lessen the reformer and the standpatter standpatterIn r
In n the Republican party part to over with the thestandpatter thetandpatter tiu e
standpatter In the saddle The platform platformis phtf orrn orrncry
is a silent mlent repudiation of nearly nearl every everypromise everyprom ev cry
promise prom I of1reform oC o reform that the President and andhis andhl an I Ihis
his followers have hay given to the th country countryHe countryHe
He H e asks asksWhy allMWh
Why Wh is It that the Republican conven convention CORVIIItlon ¬
ton spent a H > much time Ul e in praising the thePresident UlePrMldMt t hi hiresident e
President P and gives gl v so little attention t to tospecific toc Ii
specific c indorsement of the things be had hadadvocated 1aadadOCaiGd lu
advocated a 1 I IRicha
Rich in Sarcasm SarcnsmWith SnrcnllmWith
With a wealth of sarcasm he contrasts contraststhe corattsthe neutral
the platform declarations with the Presi Presidents Pr Prdents Prdents ¬
dents known policies suggesting u gMtI that the thePresident tilePraldent iii
President must resent re the fact that the theplatform theplatform W S Splatform
platform expresses no gratitude to the theDemocratic the theDemocratic th themocratic e
Democratic D emocratic members of Congress Congr for sup supporting spporUng sa sarting p ¬
porting po rting him when the Republicans d deerted de deserted de deserted ¬
serted him but Actually tetuall condemns their theirfilibuster theirftUbu Wei Weilibuster r
filibuster ftUbu fi ter which was carried on to compel compelRepublicans compelRepublican coin eel
Republicans to carry out the Presidentrecommendations Presidents Presidentsrecommendations PrNldentIreeommendaUOIUI s
recommendations He declares the theplank trust trustplank truatplank
plank Is a disappointment and that the thenegro tbenegro t tnegro he
negro comes in for his hi quadrennial taffy taffyand tafl3And tact y
and quotes the platform to show that th the theRepublican thoRepublican e
Republican leaders are solicitous for ne negro negro n ° ¬
gro interests only when voting time timecomes UmecometJ U Ucomer m t
comes comerThe comesThe cometJThe
The tariff revision promise prom he says sayscloses aysclo say I Icloses
closes e the door of hope to a tariff re reformer re reformor r e ¬
former Tho plank J1a k starts out with withroposition a aproposition aproposition
proposition p that we must have a pros protec protective poteclive ¬
live tariff and to then ask the manufac manufacturers mftutacturers maaufaturers c ¬
turers how much they need fora for a rea reasonable r rsonable rsoaable eL eLtin ¬
sonable profit and as the manufacturer manufactureraccompanies manuCactueraccompanies eLr r
accompanies the answer with a campaign campaigncontribution enmpalncontribution eampa eampaconirlbuton tin
contribution the ordinary ordlnar taxpayer gets getslittle getaUtUe ge gelittle b
little consideration considerationGood conelderallonGoocl considerationGoad
Good Word for One Plank PlankThe PlnnlTbe IInnkThe
The only plank Bryan commandothat commends is isthat Isthat
that promising a postal savings vlngs bank bankand bankand hart hartand k
and intimates that the Democratic ben 1onventlon con convention ¬
vention will favor a law guranteclng guranteel g the thesafety thoatet
safety of deposits dfpoeI In State and nation national nationalbanks nationalbAnkz al
banks based b sOd on the system stem in Oklahoma OklahomaHe OklahomaHe Oklaha rtn
He declares that socialism has had its itsgreatest Usgreatf08t Ii s
greatest growth during Republican ad administration administration a d ¬
ministration and that thi t the Republicans Republicansare Republica ne
are responsible therefor thereforHe therdorHe
He summarizes the platform as indubi indubitable Indulltable I ¬
table proof that the country need expect expectno expoctno expo t
no real reform and that it Js a contract contractsigned contractsigned contra contrasigned et
signed and sealed between tho Republican Republicanparty Republeanpart etn n
party part and the exploiting Interests Interestssurety the thesurety thesuret
surety suret demanded by b those interests Lefo Lefournishing before 1ef re
furnishing f the money to finance the cam campaign campaign can canpalgn ¬
paign paignNEW
paignNEW
NEW YORK STILL IN DOUBT DOUBTDelegate DOUBTDelc
Delc Delegate lltclJ May In Suit Support port DranDe Ilrynn DranDelunhl Dc DcIiendH e
lends on Tammany TammanyNew Tnnnnnn TnnnnnnNew
New York June 2J 23Vhethor Whether or not notdelegates the thedelegates thedelegates
delegates from this State to tho Demo Democratic DemocrUc Do ¬
erotic crUc national convention will support supportWilliam supportWlllinm suppe rt
William J Bryan Is absolutely uncorta uncortaat uncertain uncertainat In
at tho present momentPhD moment momentThe momentrhe
The likelihood is s that no positive do dotermination dotonnlnatlon d o
termination will 111 be reached until tho thodelegation thodelegation th e
delegation meets at Denver DenverWilliam DenverVl1l1am
William J Connors the chairman of the theDemocratic thoDemocntlc ti o
Democratic State committee and Charles CharlesF Churl Os
F Murphy leader of Tammany Hall hnd hnda hi d j ja
a talk today but said afterward that it itwas Itwas
was about arranging for tho trip to Do Den Denver Denvcr n ¬
vcr It depends on Connors and Murphy Murphywhether 1Iurphywhother Burp by
whether tho Now ew York delegation comas comasout comosout corn Os
out for Bryan
FIVE BABIES ARE BORN IN INAN INAN INAN
AN HOUR TO TWO MOTHERS S
SpeciAl to The Washington Herald IferakdRichmond HeraldRichmond HeraldRIchmond <
Richmond Va June 23 23John John and andJames andJames andJames
James Mowberry brothers who reside In InAlbemarlo l lAlbemarlo inAlbemarle
Albemarlo County near the Virginia Virginiahome Virginiahome Virginiahome
home of President Roosevelt are strongadvocates strong strongadvocates strongadvocatcs
advocates of the sentiment of the Presi President PresIdent President ¬
dent against race suicide suicideThe suIcideThe suicideThe
The young oung wives of the two men agree agreewith agreewith 1grcewith
with thorn that tho strength strensti of the race raceshould meeshould raceshould
should bo preserved The homes of tho thotwo thotwo thetwo
two brothers were visited Illtod simultaneously simultaneouslylast
last night by the stork a pair of bounc bouncing bouncIng bouncing ¬
ing twins being presented presented to John John while whilethree whilethree whilethree
three healthy youngsters youngsters were ere bestowed bestowedupon bestowedupon bestowedupon
upon James
S HERMAN NOW NO NOSERIOUSLY I I5ERID
5ERID SERIOUSLY lY ILL ILLHis IIIHisRising ILLraturePor
His HisRising H sltisin Eising g Temperature Tern Tamhe Tamhetends pprature raturePor Por Portends Portends ¬
tends Troublei TroubleOPEHAlION Trouble TroubleQPEHATIQN
I
QPEHATIQN U PIIt i iI01 l z IS I EXPECTED EXPECTEDi EXPECTEDWile D i r P i CTI D I II
I
i I > rTife i iYife
Wile Tife Prostrated When She Ar Arrives Arrives Arrives ¬
rives in Cleveland ClevelandRepublican ClevelandRepubllcnn ClevelandRepublican
Republican Vice Presidential Nomi Nominee Xomfnee onti ¬
nee Afflicted with nitlt Gall Stones StoncaI StoncaIIn Is IsIn
In Hospital JIo pltnl Where bere Noted otel Physlem Phyiii Phyiiidun Phy l lclun
em dun m a Attend Him HimArrangement HimArrangementUndc Arrangements ArrangementsItladc Lrrangenaenta11ade
Itladc to Have Minnesota Surgeon SurgeonCome SurcollComc SurgeonCome
Come on Special Train on CallCleveland Call CallCleveland CallClevGland
Cleveland June Jun 23 aHi His temperature rts rtsing 118Ing n a afng
ing slowly 8Iowl a condition admittedly admlt ly un unpromising unpromising tinromising ¬
promising p and with an operation the only onlyalternative onl onlyalternative I IalternaUe
alternative should his fever rise sharply sharplyJames abarplyJame sharplyJames
James Schooloraft Sherman Republican RepublicanVice RepublicanVice RepublicanVice
Vice Presidential nominee lies 11 in Lakeside Lakeside Lake Lakoride ¬
side Hospital here seriously sertou ty ill with gall gallstoned ptlslonMt gallBtOne6
stoned stonedAt slonMtAt BtOne6At
At If oclock tonight to t Dr B P Carter Cartertho Cacterthe Carterthe
the physician who was w called to the home homeof homeor honeof
of former onuer Gov Go HerrtcX of Ohio whose whoseguest WhOMBUNt whoseguest
guest lit Sherman wa war left his patient patientbedside paUentbed8tde patientsedside
bedside b edside in the hospital hoepltalMr saying sayingMr sayingfir
Mr Shermans fever fv r and general con condition eondldon ¬
dition are a whaf vvbaCoould could have have been expected expectedI expect expectI
I see BO Immediate need for an operalion opera operation operatJon ¬
i lion If his fever rise tiger sharply an opera operation 01Uon operatloa ¬
tion Is a the only alternative He to as well wellas wencould wmtas
as could be expected however His temperature t8IIperature tem ¬
perature is I 113 1 E his pulse pu 18 I and his hisrespiration dsIeIIptraUonS hisaspiration
respiration IeIIptraUonS + 21 He la restless and wants wantsnourishment wantsnour1aJuneat snuffsnourifhtnerat
nourishment nourishmentTelcKrnnliN nour1aJuneatrdcgrnlJh nourifhtneratTelegraphs
Telegraphs to Tawney TawneyThat TnneyThat TnvvneyThat
That the nominees condition was con considered oonlIdereci ¬
sidered critical was U indicated by b the tele telegram telegram talet ¬
gram t sent 0At to Representative n aue + re Tawney Ta in inWlnona 1ftPiaona
Wlnona Piaona Minn asking that the fellow fellowCoftgressman fellowConJr88lil fellowCoagrewtasn
Coftgressman an get In communication with withOr wltbDr
Dr William Mayo the noted notedoC specialist specialistof
of Rochester < Minn and induce Dr Mayo Mayoto Mayocome
to come here hereThis hereTh
This Th telegram tel m was a sent by H E Dev Devendorf Devendolf
endorf Mr Sherman private secretary secretarywho IleCfttalYwho secretarywho
who has guarded rcSed the room Dorn occupied by byMr byMr
Mr Sherman since lace he was w taken from fromGov fromGov fromGov
Gov Herricks home early earl this morning morningDr monaIngDr morningDr
Dr Carter 1 when beD be left the hospital hospitalwas hOttPlLAlwas
was succeeded in a the sick room by b Dr DrDudley DrDucUq DrDudley
Dudley P Allen a noted specialist epeeI on onthe onthe
the hospital u1t + tafr and Dr Charles W WStoat WreeWen
Stoat resident physician of the hospital hespltatSherman hospital3Ir bMpItaLJlrtt
3Ir Jlrtt Sherman SI rmRu CollnitNOx CollnlJP1oHTbeT ColIapNosThey v vThey
They had cared for Alia At A s Sherman 8 wto wtoeoKatwed wtoeoIta1MI whocoliaprat
eoKatwed on her arriisl arn arm al here at atoclock 4M 4Moclock
oclock from Utica wfctnce ItDC8 she had hurried hurrted hur buywith ¬
ried with her son Kerry tIer ry Updyke Sher Sherman Sherman Shermoo ¬
man professor in Hamilton University UniversityTonight Unlventt7TORight UniversityTonight
Tonight she was much Improved hay having hayIng hav ¬
ing rallied at S oclock oclockJust oc1OekJuet
Just after S oclock she be talked with withhusband her herhusband IMrhubaDd
husband for a time Both Bothn Mrs Sherman Shermanand Sbermanand Shermanand
and her son son are staying at the hospital hospitalin
in easy call to Mr Shermans room roomDrs roomDrs room
Drs Alton and Stone will remain rem with withtheir ith ithtbelr
their patient throughout thr bout the night t guard guarding svardIng ¬
ing against a t a rise of temperature sufficient n1IIdent suffi ¬
dent to compel an operation and sa pre prepared prepared ¬
pared should such rise occur to operate operateat
at once It is said saidUTICA aJdUTIOA
UTICA AGAIN WAITS WAITSCclehrutlon I ICelebration
Celebration Postponed Because of ofSlicrmuits ofSliernuuas
Slicrmuits Illncnn IllnellllCUca IllncnnUtlca
Utica N Y June 21 IThe The hwahecomic hwahecomiccelebration homecoming homecomingcelebration homeeomlngcelebration g
celebration arranged arraD5 for Representativ RepresentativSherman RepreHntaUvSherman e
Sherman by citiaens was declared oft a aa at ata ata t
a meeting of the chairmen of the dif different dltmnt ¬
ferent committees held in the mayortf mayortfoflko I mayor lYorog
og oflko this afternoon The demonstration demonstrationwas demdoaatratlawag t
was scheduled for tonight ton ht and thousands thousandsof thou thousanof andtloC dg
of persons had arrived here to participate participateIn e
In the celebration before the announce announcement announcement ¬
ment was made that on account of Mr MrShermans MrSherman 31rSherman
Shermans Sherman s illness In Cleveland the de demonstration demonstration demonstratfon ¬
monstration had been postponed postponedThe poetponedThe
The affair will be held when Mr Sher Sherman Sherman ¬
man is able to return to his home here hereand bft bftand
and the elaborate arrangements made for forthis torthIs fo r
this evening will hold good goodCOMMITTEE JOOdCOMMITTEE
COMMITTEE COULD ACT ACTFull ACTFuU ACTroll
Full Power Iow cr to Supply Candidate CandidateShould CllndhlnteShould e
Should Mr Sherman Die DieChicago DieChlcap
Chicago Jun June 2 aHarry Harry S New chair chairman ch1rman ¬
man of the national committee expressed expressedgreat ecpreMedgreat e cpr egged
great regret when told of the serioulllnessof serious seriousillness seriousIllness s
lllnessof illness of Congressman Sherman ShermanWhile ShermanWhile ShermanWhile
While the friends of Mr Sherman are aretaking aretIlklng antaking e
taking a hopeful view of his case tli tliquestion the thequestion thequosUon
question naturally arose regarding th thcourse the thecourse thecourse e
course of procedure in case of his death deathMr athMr
Mr New was clearly claarl of the opinion that thatthe thattho tha thathe t
the national committee would have fur full fullpower tullpower 1
power to name a Vice Presidential can candidate candtdnto candtdato ¬
didate didateThe dtdntoThe
The committee was vested he said with withsimilar wit Ith Ithsimilar h
similar power with regard to the Presi Presidential PresdenUal Prealdonttal ¬
dential candidates but ho said that thatwhere thatwhere tha t
where there was suiQciont time before beforeelection beforeelection e
election to do so the committee wool would wouldreassemble wouldreasaemblo d
reassemble the convention and havenomination have a anomination nnomlnntfon
nomination made in the regular way wayWhile wajhlle
While hlle there is no precedent to gtrld gtrldthe guide guidethe llde lldethe e
the national committee In filling a v va vacancy a aC4nc3 ¬
cancy there seems to be no doubt that thatthe thatthe tits at
the committee has authority to name a acandidate nCIlndldnte
candidate for Vice President m the theevent theeent th e
event of the death of Mr Sherman This ThisContinued ThisContlnucd Thf S SContinued
Continued on Page Pa e 3 Column 3
All of the babies are nr healthy and will willlive wUJlive wl wllive Il
live liveTho
liveThe
The two mothers are reported to todoing be bedoing bedotng
doing quite nicely nicelyHundreds nloolyHundreds nicelyHundreds
Hundreds of people have visited the thehouse thehouse t thouse he
house of the Mowberrys today to con congratulate COngratulato co cogratulate n ¬
gratulate tho proud fathers fathersAll fnthorsAn fathersAll
All five of the children were born at atapproximately atapproxImately Lt Ltapproximately
approximately the same hour hourOn hourOn hourOn
On tho some night that the Mowbor Mowborchildren Mowborry Mowborrychildren IowborrychUdren ry
children were born a colored woman womansiding re residing r rsiding ¬
siding In the same neighborhood gave gavebirth gat ga gabirth
birth to a fine pair of o twins twinsThis twIns twInsThis thinsThis I I
This makes seven healthy children born be beto rn rnrd j
to three women in one night nighta a record recordwhich reoordwhich reco recowhich rd I
which cannot be
equaled probably by an another am amother 1 1other
other community In the world I
HONEST ELECTION IN PANAMA
a
PERSIAN CAPITAL CAPITALSCENE CAPITALSCENE CAPITALSCENE
SCENE OF BATTLE BATTLESevere BATTLEI BATTLESevere
I
Severe S evere Fighting Reported e ported in inthe inthe inthe
the City of TeheranFOREIGNERS Teheran TeheranFOREIGNERS TeheranFOREIGNERS
FOREIGNERS NOT IN DANGER DANGERDisorders DANGERDlNorcters DANGERDlsordcrs
Disorders Are the Outgrowth of Old OldDispute OldDblulte OldDispute
Dispute Which hleh Have Been Recur Recurrent Ilecnrrcnt Recurrent ¬
rent Since ISatabliiihmcnt of Con ConNtltutlonnl ConNtJtutlonnl Constitutional
Ntltutlonnl Government in Persia IcraluConsul PersiaCoimul IeraluConllul
Consul Reports to Government GovernmentThe GocrumentThe GovernnacntThe
The State Department D rtmtmt received dis dispatches tIIIpatCbM digpatches ¬
patches yesterday from John Job B Do JacksonAmerican Jackson JacksonAmerican JacksonAmerlean
American Minister 1II1nJ 7fiutlatar ter at Teheran which whichstate wkIcatate
state that severs fighting bad taken place placein placeIn placen
in n the Persian capital between political politicalsocieties politicalIIOdetle poi poisot >
societies sot tettes and troops of the Persian goy government fOyerJUMDt goyerattteat ¬
ernment and that the trtlllery rtiilery had been beennptoyed Henemploe beermployed
emploeJacbota e nptoyed mployediytr nptoyedMr
Mr Jackson added that foreigner foreigners wer wern were werein wereI e
in I n no special danger He s relit id the city citywas citynnmr
was In a state of < siege file present pmMeai t dis 4isorder disorders MeonIere ¬
order orders it t to said are tho outgrowth of ofan ofu 01 01a
an a old dispute which wl 1eh ha Ja Isea been recnrren recurrent recurrentsince recurrentnee t
since nee the establishment e tablt bmeRt of constitutional constitutionalgovernment conatltuUoaalsove coastltaUonaovernment
government sove g nt in Persia p several years ago agoThey aOThe a aThey
They The are due mainly mAlnl to a large elemenof element elementof elementor t
of the population which to opposed to the theShah theShah th thShah e
Shah and there have been several at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts upon his life in addition ad to revo revolutionary revolutionary revolutfonary ¬
lutionary outbreaks outbreaksThirty outbrNksThlrt outbreaksThirty
Thirty Thlrt Thousand Killed KilledGen 1tl1IedGen KillcdCan
Gen Morteza orteza Khan Persian Pe minister mIa mintaterth < t to tothe tothe o
the th e United States S ea said he had received recaivednformation no noInformation DOIntormaUon
Information I concerning the newest ne outbreak out outbreak outbreak ¬
break in Teheran In the last few years yearshe y yhe ears earshe
he estimated e 30009 8GO persons had been killed killedIn killedIn kill e ea
In a political riots riotsOutlaws rloU1OuUaw riotsOutlaws
Outlaws OuUaw in the vicinity of Urumiah UrumiahPersia UmumiakPersia
Persia have been unusually unusuaJt active in the thelast thelut t tlast he
last few months and American misniouaries mis missionaries mtadonarlee ¬
sionaries there have appealed appealedIto Ito to the theUnited theUnited t tUnited
United States government for aselotance aselotanceha aMtilta aMtiltaID aseletan aseletanIn
ha obtaining protection from the Turkish Turkishand Turkishami Turkishand
and Persian authorities WilliamDoty William F FDoty FDoty
Doty American onpul conml at Tabriz Persia Persiasent Persiaeent
sent a dispatch to the State Department Departmentyesterday DepartmentyeeterdaT i
yesterday saying that American mis mlsllonrles
tonaries had requested hhn to visit 181t Uru Urumiah trumlab irumlah ¬
miah to make an inspection of the skua situation alineflea
flea with a view to obtaining protection protoctionI n
I from the nomadic Kurds who infest th the theneighborhood e
I neighborhood neighborhoodUrtnniah neighborhoodCrumlah
Urtnniah is in the heart of a strip of ofterritory ofterritor o oterritory f
territory territor the sovereignty of which is dis disputed dl dlputed d dpolar IB ¬
puted It Is claimed by b both Turkey and andPerHa anelPerf an anPerna d
PerHa Perf and neither country has been beenaW beenabl b bobi
aW to to control the nomadic tribes o oKurds of ofKurds ofKurds f
Kurds who Inhabit the region Tfjase Tfjasebands Tlebanda Th Thbends
bands of outlaws terrorize and rob the thenatives thenatives th S Snatives
natives nativesThe nativesTbe
The bandits are are re safe from pursuit be because bcause because ¬
cause of the tbe fact that Turkish tr trare troops troopsare J8 J8are
are not authorized to cross s the border borderInto bofderInto bo bointo
Into Persia In pursuing thorn and con co coquetttl e eqUfntl
1 quently they are able to make marauding maraudingexpeditions maraudlncexpedItions maraud ng ngoas
expeditions Into Turkey Turks and escape across acrossthe acrosthe acr acrthe oas
the border with ImpunityQuestion impunity impunityQuestion Impun1t3Quctlon
Question of Protection ProtectionThe ProtcetlonThe
The question of protecting mission missionaries missionaries n ¬
aries in this part of the world has been beenreceiving boenreeelving hoe hoereceiving n
receiving he the attention of the State De Department DePArtment ¬
partment for the last three years yearsIt yearsI yearsIt
I It is believed here that an undorstandin understanding understandingwill g
will have been reached between Persiaand Persia Persiaand Persiaand
and Turkey Turlto by which troops of either eithercountry eithercountr situ er
country countr can enter the other to pursue pursuethese ursue ursuethese ere e
these outlaws Such an agreement is isdifficult isdlm I IdltHOUlt
dlm difficult ult to arrange it is saID bacon bacona because becausea se
a delicate international situation exists In InPersia InPersln I n
Persia and Turkey In order that such suchan suchRn sac sacan h
an understanding may be effected the theconsent tbeconsent t he
consent of Great Britain Russia Russ and andGermany andGermany an d
Germany will be necessary because each eachof oochoC one h
of these nations has extensive Interests Interestsin s
in the disputed territory territorySHAH territor territorSHAH
SHAH WINS IN CLASH CLASHDlnny OLASHJlnn CLASHMany
Many Jlnn Killed in Bombardment of ofParliament ofPnrllamcnt
Parliament Buildings BnildlupmTeheran Dullclhl DullclhlToheran
Teheran June 23 23The i The expected clash clashbetween clashbetween cl clbotweonthe as h
between botweonthe the forces of the Shah and of ashe the theassembly theassombly t tassembly he
assembly occurred this morning Early EarlyIn EarljIn Earl Earl1n y
In the day a force of Cossacks surrounded surroundedtho surroundedtho surround surroundthe ed
tho parliament buildings and the mosque mosqueadjoining mosqueadjoining mosq mosqadjoining ue
adjoining and demanded that the assem assembly assombly asso assobly m ¬
bly at once give up certain persons whose whosearrest who whoarrest hose hosearrest se
arrest had been ordered by the ShahThe Shah ShahThe ShahThe
The assembly refused to comply with withthe withthe wi withe t h
the demands and the guards opened flro flrokilling firoldlllng fir o
killing a number of the Cossacks CossacksReonforcements CossacksReenforcements CossacksReonfercements
Reonforcements and artillery entered enteredthe entoredthe enter enterthe ed
the city later in the morning and tho firing firingonboth firingon firm ng
onboth on both sides continued continuedBerlin continuedBerJln
Berlin June 23 23A A dispatch to the Lokal LokalAnzoiger LokalAnzelger Lek LekAnzeiger at
Anzoiger today says that hat during tho af afternoon arternoon a f ¬
ternoon the troops of the Shah assisted assistedby assistedby assist assistby e d
by artillery stormed and captured the theparliament thepar11nment
parliament buildings The artillery bom bombarded bombarded bo a abanded ¬
barded the town and the palace palaceAt palaceAt palaceAt
At the conclusion of the engagement engagementtho engageme nt
the dispatch adds tho space In front of ofthe ofthe I
the parliament buildings was heaped with withcorpses withcorpsos wit lt
corpses
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14th G Washn WaldorfAstoria 1153 11 b
Bdway B dway N ALY Y Steamer orders a specialty specialtyUnlqup speclalt speclaltUnique Y3
Unique and Standard Stnn nrd Floral De Designs DesignsZ JffB >
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OIL KING TO TELL TELLHIS TELLHIS
HIS LIFE STORY STORYRockefeller STORYRocliefeller
Rockefeller to Write Ran Bandom Random Random
dom Reminiscences KeminiscencesPROMISES ReminiscencesPROMISES
PROMISES TO SPEAK FRANKLY FRANKLYAnnouncement FRANKLYAnnouncement FRANKLYAnnouncement
Announcement Made by b Magazine Mnrakineof
of Series of Articles Magnate Be Bellevcs DeUecs lieIleves
llevcs it his Duty Dut to Publish in inJuntice InJutlce inJustice
Justice to himself and Family FamilySaid IamU IamUSilld FamilySaid
Said to Abound In Humor HumorNew HumorNe humorNew
New Ne York Jane 3John Jolm D Rockefeller RockefellerIs
Is writing a series Mrl of antobiographlcalketches antoMograpMcal antoMograpMcalsketches totJ6osrap lcol lcolaketeh
sketches aketeh s of his own oym life and business fnwhkh in interests Inteneta ¬
terests which as be win in state hi n his introdacttoa In Introduction IntrochactJon ¬
troduction to the published work Is de designed deIIMd desgtted ¬
signed to shed light on matters tter that thathave thatbave
have been somewhat discussed The TheWorlds TheVorlds TheWorlds
Worlds Work which is to publish thte thteseries tht8wtu
series will make editorial edit announcement announcementof
of the scope ad character of Mr Rock Rockefellers RocktIJecs Reeksfetters ¬
fetters contribution to contemporaneous contemporaneousbiography con tputemmmporarteowi epor1AeO epor1AeOJa
biography m Ja its July Jttl lumber out tomor tomorrow UHnorrow ¬
row r ow
rowSome
Some Random Reminiscence of Men Menand llenand lienand
and Events is the title of Mr Rockefel Rockefellers Rockefellera ¬
lets forthcoming torthCOlDI Autobiography It will willbegin willbes1n 1
begin in the October number of the maga magazine magasIDe maststns ¬
sIDe and run for six st Issues IssuesIn aueaIA issuerIn
In his opening article Mr Rockefeller Rockefellerwill Iockefeller Iockefellerwill eCketelle eCketellewill r
will state ta frankly the motives DOttv fohfch bIeh led ledhim ledhim ledhim
him to give to the public his own 0 views viewsupon viewsupon
upon much of his business life HCe which whichhad whldtba4 w whad bleb
had heretofore been the subject ofment of com comment comID9ftt ¬
ment by others othersBelieve othersDelh
Believe Delh cN it Ills IU Duty DutyI
I have ba Vi come to see 90 his first article articlewilt art artwilt
wilt 111 say y in n introduction that It my m fam family f1ur1II ¬
icy II and friends want a record of things thingswhich Utlngswbleb thingswhich
which may 3 shed light wi matters that thathave ttaatba tha thahave t
have ba ve been somewhat discussed meue it is right rightthat rlhtthat righthat t
that I should yield to their advice and andthis in inthis litth
this th informal way wa 90 over again some of ofthe orthe o othe f
the events vents which have made life Interest Interesting interestIng ¬
in ing to me meMr meIr
i of Mr Ir r Rockefellers articles will 111 not fol follow follow follow ¬
low the close line of autobiographical se sequence Be Bequence ¬
i quence Of his boyhood and ctrl early life lifebe Ufelie lff e
i be will have little lItU to write nor does his hisseries hiss
series s rl adhere strictly to a consecutive consecutivenarration consecutivenarration coneecat coneecatnarration ve
narration of events eventsWill eventsPilI
Will PilI Discuss Oil and Golf GolfHe GolfHe
He will discuss his knowledge and ap appreciation appreciatJon ¬
predation of golf and of travel t ve1 as well wellas wellas wetof l
as what t he thinks of the Standard 01 OH OHCompany 011Company i
Company as a model mod l of executive elOtl tlve perf perftics perfec perfection J tfectloft ec ¬
tloftMUch tics ticsMuch
tionMuch
Much of what hat he writes has to do wit witan with withan 1tb 1tba h
an a appreciation of the men who bo joined joinedwith joined1th jolnotwith
with 1th him in building Up the company and andhe andhe an anhe d
he will not overlook an appraisement of ofmany ofmany o t
many others in public life ure who have in inone IntM i n
nr
one way wa or another come into business or orpersonal orpersonal o opersonal r
personal relations with him himIn himIn himIn
In the opening chapters of his contribu contribution contribution ¬
tion Mr Rockefeller will review his earl early earlystruggles oarJ3StrugglM y
struggles to get a start in life tell of the thefirst thefirst t hi hifirst s
first hazards that surrounded ventures venturesinto vonturesInlo veatur veaturinto r
into the oil trade and recount the histo history historyof hlstotJof ry I
of the first amalgamations amJg tnntlons of the oil re refiners reflMrs nliners ¬ I
liners into what has become the Standard StandardCompany StandardCompan I ICompany
Company CompanyProiniscn CompanIromlelJ
Promises to Speak Frankly FranlclyIn lirankl liranklIn
In writing of the later phases of o th the theStandards thoStandards 0
Standards business and the long struggle strugglebetween strugglebetwoen e
between the company and the counts the theretired thereUred th B
retired head of the trust will m discuss discussfrankly disco leculS leculSCrankly es
frankly so It Is said by b the editors o of oftho oftho f
tho Worlds rorJds Work ork the whole question questionof n
of rebating the ethics of forcing smaller smallercompetitors smallercompetitors nr r j
competitors out of business and the prin principles prInciples prliciples ¬
ciples of railroad control and economy of ofenergy ofenorg o I Ienergy
energy and materials materialsSeveral materialsSeveral materialsSeveral
Several abstract discussions dlscua lons will be beincluded beIncluded b e
included in Mr Ir Rockefellers series of ofarticles ofarl1cles o oarticles f
articles He will 111 have something to sa say sayon sayon
on the philosophy and conduct of buss business bUISIn085 ¬
ness In general and will give high praise praiseto praiseto
to the integrity and earnestness of the theAmerican UteAmerican alt altAmerican e
American business man On the subject subjectof subjectof subj ac t
of of philanthropy he will expound his hisideas hisIdeas ht S
ideas about giving effectively and set setforth setforth se t
forth his standards for efficient charity charitySome charlt charltSome
Some Fan in it t Too TooThe TooThe TooThe
The author of the reminiscences will willnot w1l1not wit t
not omit some omo of his personal foibles He Hewill Hewill
will tell why he takes pleasure In n roe roebuilding road roadbuilding roadbuilding d
building surveying tree planting and andgolf andgolC an d
golf The latter sport he believes to be bea bea b e
a great training In the moral law lawIt JawIt lawIt
It Is said by b the publishers of the theseries theseries th e
series that Mr Rockefeller exhibits exhibitsthroughout chlbttsthrouchout s
throughout a quality with which wh whi = ir he h has hasnever hasnever ha hanever s
never been credited by his several severalbiographers 5eera1blogrnphorsre severe l
biographers blogrnphorsre real l humor humorA humorA
A Special Auction of Furniture Furnitureused FurnitureThe FurnitureThe
The entire stock of n dealer hi new and andused an d
used furniture will bo b sold at Sloans 1467 1 IT
G St tomorrow at 1030 a a m The sale salewill saJewill sal e
will Include a lot of fine mahogany pieces piecesmatting plecoSmatting plec plecmatting
matting c c offering a good chance for f ur
housekeepers housekeepers9KITO housekeepers1fJto
9KITO 1fJto 0 0 to Cleveland Ohio and Rctu RctuVia netuVia +
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad accoi a 1fnt n It
National Educational Association Conven Conve Convetion ¬
tion June 27 to 30 Valid for return until tint l
July Jul 7 and may be extended to August Augu it
31 I Consult agents
CANADA MAKES M PROTEST PROTESTOfficial PROTESTOfficials
Official Incensed Incen atAction at Action etion of otAmer Amerlean Amer American ¬
lean Immigration Imml rntJon Inspector InspectorOttawa InspectorsOttawa
Ottawa June 3S idIn In the House of c t Com Commons Commons Commons
mons today tod Edmund Bristol l M I P Po drew drewtho drewthe
tho governments attention to th the in indignities n ndignities ¬
dignities several Toronto Hebrew Hebr Hcrew w cxcur cxcurElontsts excttrsionlsts
Elontsts suffered at the hands of Ameri American American American ¬
can officers at Niagara Falls N Y Yo on onSaturday onSaturday n
Saturday SaturdayThey SaturdayThi3 SaturdayThey
They had crossed cro Hd the border for an anhour anhour
hour or two and upon attempting a 8mpt1ng to re return return return
turn were stopped by United Steles hamigration im immigration immigration ¬
migration officials They showed sb wed their theirreturn tbetrreturn theirreturn
return tickets tIckets but this was ws > not enough enoughand enoughand
and they the were herded together and drivenamid driven drivenamid drlYensmld
amid Jeers through the the Niagara streets streetsto suNtsI suNtsto streetsto
to the th inspector who finally finat allowed them themto themtop themto
I
to top proceedThey proceed proceedThey
They The had already alrOlld explained plalned to the th immi immigration IIftmlgrallon Immigration ¬
gration officials that they bad Canadian Canadiannaturalization Canadtannaturalization Canadiannaturalizatlon
naturalization papers papersSir pape1lSir papersSir
Sir Wilfred Laurier replying to air airBristol llrBdatol AirBristol
Bristol said he could co could k1 not see what the themotive themoUve themotive
motive of the outrage outrage could be be as a ourrelations our ourrelations ourrelations
relations with 1th the United States were werecordial wreII werecordial
II cordial and friendly It was possible po that thatsome t thatsome at atsome
some parties bad been overzealousI overzealous overzealousHe
I He would ask the British Ambassador Ambassadorat
at Washington to draw the attention attenUon of ofthe orlhe ofthe
the authorities to the Incident IncidentNEGROES incidentI incidentNEGROES
I
1 NEGROES DRIVEN FROM STATE STATEWhites STATEForcc STATEWhites
Whites Force lOOO Colored Men Icn to toj toGo
j I Go to Loniiilann LoniiilannGalveston LoubfannII LouisianaGalveston
Galveston Calve ton Tex June 3 lThe The first trou trouble trouble trouhis ¬
II
ble between the whites and the blacks in inSabine InI f fSabine a
I Sabine County the earliest t settled county
in Texasf Tex has resulted in a determination determinationon
I
on tho part of the U whites that the large largepopulation lar larg largpulation e epopulation
population po poIm pulation of negroes must immediately immediatelyImmigrate laamedtatelyImmigrate fmmedbatel Y eY
Immigrate ImmigrateFollowing ImmigrateFollowIng Im Imno migrate migrateFollowing
Following the Ut lynching AChbIg of o tea negroes negroesand negroand Aegr Aegrand
and the boating b of fifty mote yesterday yesterdaynotiees yeeerdqnoUe yetiterdatytices
notiees noUe no tices were wert1CI Issued that every nogro mast mastleave moos t tIva
leave the county under penalty of death deathA deathA deathA
A dozen or more white men charged with withhaving withha1Dg wk th l
having instigated the negro depredations depredationsand depr deprd edailoas
and a an d murders mu were included in the edict Cld1etNewton edictNewton dtet dtetNewton t
Newton and San Augustine Agu tne cotta counties countiesJoined eouattejoIMd flee
Joined Sabine in its crusade sgatast tbe theMacks tbeblack tbecrossed
black bl blth acks More than IK lrot negroes negroere roea crossed crossedthe croecltIN
the th e lines today most of them going to toLouisiana toLouIaSaAa U
Louisiana The militia and State rangers rangersattempted ranenattempted nag nagattempted ers
attempted to persuade the white men menfrom DIMtrom t tfrom
from this action but were overwhelmed overwhelmedand overw1aeJme4Bd over oversad ebelme d
and had to confine their work to prevent preventing prevttng preventg ¬
ing la g open fights fightsArms ftsbt8Arms
Arms were found m III every negro negrosad cabin cabinand ca1Ibaand
and these were ere confiscated ted by the Stats Statsrangers StateraDgers Slat S Srangers
rangers About twenty t or more youns younsnegroes 70UDCnegroea
negroes who resisted being beba driven drl across acrossthe acrouthe aC aCthe To
the Jlne fat were cowhided oowitidedAIRSHIP cowfcidedAmSHLP cowhidedAIRSHIP
AIRSHIP CARRIES SIXTEEN SIXTEENConnt SIXTEENCount
Count Zeppelin Craft Maneuver ManeuverSuccessfully Jlane ners nersSucccHfuIl S SSuccessfully
Successfully SucccHfuIl for Two HoursBerlin Hours HoursBerlin HuursBerUn
Berlin June 21Count Zeppelins ZeppellnsUc new newgigantic ae aegigantic w
gigantic Uc airship ar btp with ith sixteenaboard sixteen Ae persons personsaboard penoMan +
aboard including Count Zeppelin made madevery a avery awr
very successful trip this ails ailsmasarlerittg afternoon afternoonmsjwovertiig afteI1lOOftmua rte
msjwovertiig mua masarlerittg Htthoot yitb oat a hitch for forboars
hours h sad tWcIee eea minutes teL The Thesteering new newside ewskle at a t w wfed
side s ide steering tee gear IIU which was fitted fittedprovisionally AttedprovIsIonaUY flu fed
sp ideovldonallY
provisionally p answered its I purpose ad admirably admirably a amirablY d ¬
mirably It has been decided to rig r1 rigsimilar a asimilar asimUar
similar but larger gear for the next trial trialLOUISIANA trialLOUISIANA
LOUISIANA STOPS BETTING BETTINGSenate BETTINGSenate
Senate Passes the Bill Prohibiting ProhibitingGambling ProhibitingGambling Prohibitin g
Gambling at Traoks TracksI TraoksOpponcntll
I Opponent of the Measure Jlea ure Want WantCotton War WarCotton nnt nntCotton t
Cotton Futures Speculating Speculatingi SpcculatlngEnaed SpeeulatIiigPnded
i Ended Now XovcNew 0 0w
New w Orleans Or June n IThe The Letttoiaaa Letttoiaaasenate IAuIeIaaaanate
senate today passed the Locke antt anttracetrack aatiracetrack ant antracetrack i
racetrack gambling g hilt by a vat vote ofto of 31 31to lto 1
to 19 19The lThe li liThe
The Wn n has already been passed passes lay bythe laythe
the t he house and there ther Is a no doubt of the thegovernor thegovernor i
governor signing gigot g It ItThe It ItThilpusq t tThe
The Thilpusq passage of the u bill was attend attended attendedI atteadedwith ed l
I with much excitement and oratory The Theopponents Tbeopponents TI TIopponents e s
opponents of the bill denounced it as aspreventing not notpreventing DOtpreVtatlng t
preventing gambling gam and insisted insistedcotton that thatj tbatcotton th at t
j cotton future speculations should be pro prohibited prohibited pr 0 ¬
hibited as a well as racetrack bets betsMAX betsMAX
MAX KAUFFMANN HELD HELDExSecretnry HELDExSecretnr
ExSecretnry ExSecretnr to Mayor Inor of Philadel Philadelphia Ihlladelphln 1 ¬
phia Out on 1000 Ball BallPhiladelphia DallPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 21 23Max Max KauiTmann KauiTmannthe ICauftmanntho Kauffmanhe n
the t he former secretary to Mayor lIa or Reyburn Reyburnwas Reybulnwas n
was held In S10CO ball for court upon the theCharge thebarS8 t tcharge he heb
Charge of perjury and Dr Clarence Gib Gibboney Gtbbone 01 01bogey b
bogey bone secretary of the Law and Order OrderSociety OrderSodety Ord or
Society was held in the same amount amounton mOUntOft
on the charge of libel at a hearing be before be beforo ¬
fore Magistrate Gallagher today todayOne
One wa WU accused of having perje perjehimself perjured perjuredhimself perjuredI
himself in testifying te ttryiDg against Jim Mc McNlchol Melobol tit titNichol Cia
Nichol lobol the political boss 0096 of Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Philadelphiaand PhUadeiphand
and the other with 1th having libeled Mc McNlchol Me MeNtcltol 3 3Nichol Io
Nichol by b saying Jng that he was the to friend friendof frkmdor sail
of crooks speakeasy keepers and ga gam gamblers gamblers m ¬
blers blersThe blersThe biersThe
The whole dispute started started when Mc McNlchol 1 Ic IcN1
Nichol N1 hol said that he paid 10000 to Xautr Xautrmann You Kauff Kauffmann
mann believing him to be the agent agentGlbboney of ofGlbboney ofGibboney
Glbboney who it t was represented could couJdbe d
be induced to make raids raid on the eve of ofelection an anelection anelecUon
election to show up up former Mayor Weav WeavPROMOTER Weaver WeaverPROMOTER aver averPRO er
PROMOTER PRO OTER LANDS IN JAIL JAILThermal
1 1TJacrmnl
Thermal Company Man Held In InAshcville InASheillc
Ashcville X CAsheville C CAshovllle CAsheme
Ashovllle N C June 33 aC C Ftourney Ftourneypromoter Flourn8Ypromoter Fiou Fioupromoter rosy
promoter of the Thermal Company of ofNew Ofow
New ow York which Flourney declared was wascapitalized wascapltallzod w +
capitalized at > 5090009 and was backed backedby b ckedby back jest
by tho United States R tes Steel Company is isin s
in jail at Greenville Gree 1Ue S C charged with withbeing w tit titbeing
being a forger and a swindlerWith swindler swindlerWith swindlerWith
With the arrest of Flourney it has hasbeen basboen
been established C8tab1t hed that the New York Ther Thermal Tp er ¬
mal Company was a bogus one Accord AccordIng A Axe
Ing to Flourney the th company proposed to tobuild
build a line of gravity railroad from fromMarlon f rem
Marlon N C to Spartanburg Spartan urg S S Cfrom C and andfrom ndfrom
from there to Landrum and Greenville GreenvllleThe Greenv Ile Ileh
The company was recently formed wit with h a acapital acaPltftJ
capital stock of i5O 790000 790000PATTERSON OO OOPATTERSON
PATTERSON GOES TO RUSSIA RUSSIAFather RUSSIAFaUacr RUSS RUSSFather
Father of Cot Cotto Countess Gizyckl Izeld Trylnt Tryi ng
to End Her hcrDlnrltnl Marital Troubles TroublesVienna Trou1JleaVienna TroublesVienna
Vienna June 21 IRobert Robert W V Patterson Pattersonof Patter
of Chicago after passing several days in inthis Inthis
this city In connection with the marl marltroubles marital maritaltroubles maritaltroubloo Gil
troubles of his daughter the Count Countess CountessGizyckl CountessGIZ Ins InsGlzycki
Gizyckl GIZ cki left today for SL St Petersburgconsult Petersburg to toconsult toconsult
consult Russian lawyers lawyersWhile JawyorsWhile
While here he had a number of cent confer conferences conferences er ¬
ences with the count c unt and the lawyers lawyersboth far
both sides but the negotiations were werebroken w wbroken ere
broken off without result
RH RELATIONS TmNS END ENDWITH ENDITK
WITH ITK VNEl YEN EZUEL EZUELUnited l lUnited
United States ChargeDeparts ChargeDepartsfrom Char eDeparts eDepartsfrom eDe arts artsfrom
from Porto Cabello CabelloON CabelloOrf CabelloI
ON I BOARD OUR GUNBOAT GMBOATEesult GUNBOATResult GU i B O T TResult
Result of ofUastros Castros Attitude Over OverUnited OverUnited OverUnited
United States Claims ClaimsAmerican Claims ClaimsAmcrlcnn ClaimsAmerican
American Interests at Caracas Hereafter Here Hereafter Hcrcnfter ¬
after Likely Llkel to Be in Hands of the theBritish thoDrlUah theBritish
British Minister at Caracas CaracasMove CaracasMoveNot Move MoveAot 3IoveXot
Not In Nature of a Threat but Will WillProbably WillProbably VIU VIUProbably
Probably End In n Tariff Warfare WarfareAgainst WarfareAgainst VarfaroAgainst
Against South American Republic RepublicDiplomatic RepublicDiplomattc RepublicDiplomatic
Diplomatic rotations rtlatlo with Venezuelahave Venezuela Venezuelahave Venezuelahave
have been practically broken oft and theaffairs the theaffairs theaftaJrs
affairs of the United States Stat Legation at atCaracas atCaracas
Caracas will ill be placed in the hands of ofsome ofIOme ofme
some so me European power probably Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreatBritain
BritainTIM Britain BritainThe
The State Department was advised d yes yesterday yesterclay yesrday ¬
terday te rday that the gunboat Marietta had hadsailed hadIed hadsailed
sailed Ied from Porto ebello abelk > with th Jacob JacobSleeper JBCObSleeper JacobSleeps
Sleeper secretary of the legation and andcharge andcharle
charge daffaires on board W V W Rus Russell RusHII Runll ¬
sell se ll American marlcan merteas Minister h to Venezuela has hasbeen hasJeen
been tat the United lIIled States for several severalmonths HYeralmoatba severalonths
months m onths on leave of absence DceTboaaq absenceThomas
Thomas P Moffatt XOtfatt former American Americanconsul JM11CancoMUI Americanonsul
consul c at La Guatra was recently grant granted tant tanteel ¬
ed a d leave of absence from Ms post because becauseof beeauMof
of the prevalence of bubonic piaoe there thereand therebe titersnd
and a nd be has since been tra transferred > tsferred to toBlaenekls toBluefteIcIa
Blaenekls Nicaragua NicaraguaCannes Nlcarag NlcaragCauNell NicaraguaOnuses
Cannes for Withdrawal WithdrawalThe VlthdrnnlThe
The action of the United States Statella m in withdrawing with withdrawing wlthdra ¬
drawing dra its I principal diplomatic ADd con consular connJar conake ¬
sular s omoars C In Venezuela to s due to the thefact thetaet therut
fact that ahere is no reason for or maintain maintaining malDtalnlDg maintainIng ¬
ing further diplomatic negotiations nea with withPresident withPrfJlllclent withresident
President P Castro Last winter Secretary SecretaryRoot SecretaryRoot
Root used every possible Ie diplomatic means meansto mes meansto ns nsto
to fore force President P t Castro to submit t the thefive thoaYe thefive
five pending claims between Venezuela Venezuelasad Venezueland eDeEUelaad
sad a nd the United States to arbitration butCentro but butCastro butCutro
Castro declined declinedAt declinedAt declinedAt
At the request of the administration administrationSenator admln1lltrlltlonSenator administrationSenator
Senator Lodge Introduced batr04u a resolution resolutionasking resolutionukmg
asking for all the Information and corre correspondence correIPOIIdeDce c rre ¬
spondence with Venezuela in regard r g rcl to tothe totbe
the pendlngvciatms Ae I This resolution was waspassed waspu
passed and President Roosevelt Boo cent l todta to tothe toSeate
dta the Senate a large mass of o papers docu documents docu1IIeRU ¬
ments and totters te the controversy controversyXot controversyNot
Not Intended an Threat ThreatAfter Jlreatttft
After Mr Root had submitted a props proposition JIOpOIttlon ¬
sition to President Pre Castro for the arbitra arbitration ariIItratlon ¬
lion of o all the claims and failed to getaction get getaction et etactkm
action he submitted each claim separate separately ¬
ly This plan also met with refusal retueaJ and andsince andsIDce andsines
since then there has been no diplomatic diplomaticcorrespondence diplomaticaoueIpOo4eace diplomaticoorrespondence
correspondence between the two nations nationsIt nationsIt
It was w said here that the action aet Ion of the theUnited theUmtecJ theUnited
United States Stat In n severing seTert diplomatic re relations Tt TtIatJou > ¬
lations with Venezuela is not intended intendedas InteDdedtbreat
as a threat but under the existing con condtUonc eondltIoas condttions
dtUonc of affairs the State Department Departmentdoes Depirtmentdoes nt ntdoea
does not care to risk the lives UN of its itsdiplomatic Usdiplomatic
diplomatic officers o fas Venezuela where wherethey wberepe whereplague
pe fa prevalent ud white It Is feltthey felt teltt
they t can serve no useful purposeMay purpose purposeMay NpCNIeIny
May Iny hInd in Tariff War WarThe WarThe nr nrTIN
The withdrawal Wltb nwal of the last Americanotnehl American AmericanoOdal Americanometal
oOdal to believed beIIe however to be a fore forerunner torertIIII1er forerunner ¬
runner of an intention in to induce Congress Congressat
at Its I next session M to authorize authOrz coercive coercivetariff cOhe cOhetU
mtMloe tariff tU measures mr to t force fo Castro Ctro to sub subAt sb sbm submtMloe
m
At 1i the t hut J session on of Congress Congee there tber
was wa some sentiment eD among ag members m oJ oJthe 0 0t othe
the t Senate S Committee Cf on Foreign Fop Rela Rel
final U In favor 1T of o forcing to Castro to terms tes tesb
by b placing pcg a prohibitive pbd duty upon upn Vene Ven Vens
melon s articles aUd imported Iprt into the United r te
States St No N action at was w taken te because ba use the theparty thepty
party pty leaders le were wer unwilling uawllnl to force the theVenezuelan theYe theVenezuelan
Ye Venezuelan ln question q upon upn the eve of a aPresidential a aPresidential
Presidential Prtdl campaign D and also becausethere because becausethere bcu
there th e appeared pr to be b no public publc sentiment sentimentIn sntment sntmentIn
In this country to such radical radicalcourse
course courseToe c ti cut t support spt M a raicl raiclc radicalcourse
Toe T people p exhibited ebte little lttl interest lt afterpublication after afterpublication afer aferpbktn
publication pbktn of the t questions qul ht J dispute disputeand dtt
and a unless un there tM is a public pb awakening awakeningthere et
there flea tkmJEALOUS thre tt is 1 little ltl likelihood lleUh of any A drastic II IItt ac actkm acflea
ttJAOUS JEALOUS JAOUS MAE M KILLS KS WIDOW WIDOWRailroad WOW WOWRnlroad
Railroad Rnlroad Fireman Shoots Woman WomanThen WomanTlicii VomanThei
Then Thei Slays Himself HimselfNew IUmscl himselfNew
New York June Jun 28 Victor Ylt Henry He arailroad a arailroad araird
railroad raird fireman flema out of a job J went wet to t the thehome theho
home ho of Mrs Ms Mary Mar Cassidy Cay a widow widowand wIdowan
and an the t mother mt r of one daughter daUgte who lived livedat lve
at a the t corner c of Wa Wat Wager er and a Ferry Fi streets streetsWoodhaven stet streetsWoodhaven
Woodhaven Wohann in the te Borough Dogb of Queens Queensthis QUMn5thi
this thi morning ming and a shot sht her dead as she shewas shewas
was bending benlns over ove a I washtub waahtubThen wastub wastubThe washtubThen
Then The he emptied epte three tree chambers cbrs of the therevolver thervolver
revolver rvolver Into his hi left breast 1e and diedinstantly died diedInstantly die
Instantly InstantlyHenry Intnty IntntyHer
Henry Her was s a married mri man mn but had been beenseparated beensepte
separated septe from rom his wife wf He recentlyboarded recently recentlyboarded reety reetybrde
boarded brde at the t home hmo of Mrs Mr CassidyNeighbors Cassidy CassidyNeighbors Cd3 Cd3Neighbrs
Neighbors Neighbrs ascribed urb Henrys Hers double dobo crime crimeto cime cimet crimeto
to t jealousy jealousyMOTHER jlous jlousMOTHR
MOTHER MOTHR OlfiE n SEES GIRLS DROWN DROWNThree DROW DROWTareo
Three Tareo Children CbUclrcl Perish PcrJh When bcn Riok Riokety Rloket
et sty Boat IH Swamped SwampedOttawa SWnmlcdOttwa SwampedOttawa
Ottawa Ottwa June Jun a DTe tiThree Three daughters of ofJohn otJon
John Jon Jeffreys Jerey Klllaloe JOI1J aged age seventeen seventeennine sovtMn sovtMnni
nine ni and al seven sye were wer drowned drwne in Bonne Bonnechere Bone Boneclre Bonnethere
there clre River Rver near ner the t head of Golden GoldenLake GoldenLk GoldenLake
Lake Lk Sunday Sn evening eveningThey eveningThe
They The were visiting vsiing Mrs Ir John on Thomas Thomasand Ths ThsaD
and aD with wit her hr were crossing crsing the te river rver in ina Inret ina
a rickety ret punt pnt It I collapsed colp In n midstream midstreamMrs midsre
Mrs were Thomas Tb drowned drownedTheir drown was rescued fee but bt the girlswere girls girlswere girlS
Their Tber mother mther saw SW them tem from the shore shorebut shorebut shorebut
but was WW helpless b8lplf to save sVe them themANNUAL the theANA
ANNUAL ANA SEA SEAThis SERPENT SERPENTTills SEENT SEENTTII
Tills TII is One However loccr Is Captured Ac According According 0 0eordn ¬
eordn cording to Correspondent CorrenpondeutPortland Correlpondeut CorrelpondeutPorla
Portland Porla Me pe June 28 2A 28A A sea se monster monsterweighing monsterweighng monsterweighing
weighing weighng 15000 10 pounds puns fortyftve fortfve feet In Inlength InJengt inlength
length Jengt and R hi h appearance apprn much muh like tho thofabled thotabled
tabled seaa sea serpent rpent was caught by 1J two twofishermen toftshermen
fishermen His head was a sharks with without Without without ¬
out teeth teeth his body bod serpentine with 1th spiny spinyback 3 1n3 1n3bKk
back fin his tail like a whales four fourfeet Courfeet fourfast
feet long IOft and six feet broad
I 5GOO 000 Weekend ck nct Excursion ExcursionTo Dxcur lon lonTo
To Atlantic seaside resorts via fa Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad every Friday FrId nn and S Surday Sat Saturday ¬
urday Consult agents a ena
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