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P POSTAL SUl8 BANK NK DilL DilLPA BILLPASSEDOIH0USE
PA PASSEDOIH0USE PASSEDOIH0USEAdministration 5tU BY HOU E EAdministration
Administration Measure MeasnreHas MeasnreHasa Has Hasa as ast
a t Big Majority MajorityPASTY lUajolityPARlY MajorityPARTY
PASTY LINES ARE SPLIT SPLITDemocrats SPLITDenlQCrats S1LITDenlQclats
Democrats and Insurgents Bolt Boltthe Boltthe Boltthe
the Leaders LeadersAfter LeadersAfter LeadersAftht
After Nine N1fl Honri Hour of Debate and andUnder AndUnder andUnder
Under a Gag Rule Shutting Off OffAmendments OtrAmendments OffAmendments
Amendments Leaders Master Ma Majority Majorlt 1a 1ajoz ¬
jorlt joz jority lty of 04 fiVill Will Establish Postal PostalSaving PostalSnVtnJ Pota1Saing
Saving SnVtnJ Banks Paying 2 Per Cent CentInterest CentIn CentInthrct
Interest In relt on Deposits D P051t1l Up to 800 800The OO OOThe OOTile
The postal savings bank bill ono of ofthe otthe ofthe
the administration ac nlnlstratlon measures was passed passedby passedby aseed aseedbi
by the House at 8 oclock last night by bya bya bYa
a vote > of 195 to 10L 10LTen 10LTen 101 101Ten
Ten hours sufficed for or Its enactment enactmentone enactmontone nactnU3fltOne
one being devoted todebftte to debate on Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesdaynnd Tuesdayand
and nine consecutive hours being devoted devotedto
to ft t yesterday It want through under a agag agag agag
gag rule brought in by b the Committee Committeeon Committeeor
or Rules shutting off amendments Far Farfrom Farfrom Farfrom
from being baln In danger at any time It re received r rceiv received ¬
ceived ceiv d generous Democratic support supportThe supportThe supportTho
The bill provides for the establishment establishmentof
of postal savings banks tor the receipt receiptof r elpt elptof
of sevlngs 1iM lngs accounts up to 5500 500 I for each eachaccount eachaccount eftehaccount
account As amended In Republican cau caucus caucus canctIs ¬
cus It provides that 65 per J r cent of de deposits deposits doposits ¬
posits shall remain In the local banks hi hithe 10heJocntitieg InheIoeaitIes
the heJocntitieg heIoeaitIes oenjities whore the accounts originate orl 1nate
5 per cent must mustbo be held In reserve and andP 88 88per 30pr
per P cent may ma bo b devoted to the purchase purchaseof
of bonds Interest Intere t at the rate of 2 per percent parcent percent
cent Is to be paid on deposits this low lowrate lowrate lowrate
rate being fixed to demonstrate that the thegovernment thogovernment thegovernment
government does not intend to compete competewith competewith competewith
with the banks The measure has been beenrecommended beenrecommended beenrecommended
recommended for years by Postmasters PostmastersGeneral PostmastersGeneral PostmastersGeneral
General and was declared for In the na national national no noUonal ¬
tional platform of both parties at the last lastconventions lastconventions lastconventions
conventions conventionsDemocrats conventionsDemocrat conventionsDemocratg
Democrats Contest Every Step StepThe StepThe StepThe
The House convened at 11 oclock clock yes yesterday yesteroa yesterday ¬
terday teroa and after Chairman Weeks of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Postoffice Committee who was in incharge tncharse incharge
charge of the bill had succeeded in get getting getting gettlng ¬
ting a quorum the debate went on onsteadily onstoodlly onsteadily
steadily until 6 p m All the familiar familiararguments tam1l1ararguments familiararguments
arguments for and against were used usedthe usedthe usedthe
the charge being made by some of the theDemocrats thoDemocrnts theDemocrats
Democrats that the bill was unconstt unconstitutional unconstttutJona1 unconstttutional ¬
tutional tutionalRepresentative tutJona1Representative tutionalBeprosentative
Representative Weeks spent a a busy day daynine daynine daynine
nine hours continuously on the floor JioorChamp floorChamp floorChamp
Champ Clark minority leader led a aspirited asp1 asphited
spirited sp1 1ted opposition and after Mr dr Weeks Weekshad Weekshad Weeksbad
had made the concluding concludln argument the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats contested the passage pa age of the thebill theb11l thebill
bill at every parliamentary turn turnRepresentative turnRepresentative turnflepresentative
Representative PInley Flnle > a minority mem member member mernbet ¬
ber of the committee offered as ha was wasat wasat wasat
at liberty to do under the special rule rulethe ruletho rulethe
the minority bill as a substitute This Thisbill Thisbill Thisbill
bill differed from the Republican bill by byproviding byproviding byproviding
providing that 95 9 per cent of the e deposits depositsshould depositsshould depositsshould
should be retained in the local banks banksexcept banksexcept banksexcept
except in time of war warThe warThe warThe
The minority substitute was voted voteddown voteddownayes voteddownayes
down downayes ayes 113 noes 196 i1i NorrIs of Ne Nebraska Nebrasla Nebraska ¬
braska a Republican Insurgent alone aloneamong aloneamong aloneamong
among the Republicans voting oUng for it itSenate it itSennte itSenate
Senate May Accept House Bill BillThe DOlThe UlliThe
The committee bill was then th Il adopted adoptedby adoptedby adoptedby
by a a vote of 192 to 113 Six Republican RepublicanInsurgents Republlcaninsurgent RepublicanInsurgents
Insurgents from Western States StatesHubbard StatesHubbardL StatesHubbardLenroot Hubbard HubbardLenroot
Lenroot L nroot Nelson Norris Woods and andGronna andGronnavoted andGronnavoted
Gronna Gronnavoted voted against it It Twentyfour TwentyfourDemocrats TwentyfourDemocratsAIken TwentyfourDemocratsAlken
Democrats DemocratsAIken Aiken Ansborry Ashbrook AshbrookCox AshbrookCox AshbroolcCox
Cox Foss of Massachusetts Foster of ofIllinois ot otIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois Graham of Illinois Hammond HammondHavens HammondHavens HammondHavens
Havens Henry Hen Hitchcock Hughes of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Jersey Jerse r KInkead McGuire Moss MossOConnell MossOConnell MdzsOConnell
OConnell Pou Ransdell Rucker of Col Colorado Colorado Calorado ¬
orado Sabath Sa ath Sharp Sulzer Taylor of ofColorado ofColorado ofColoraio
Colorado and ndTou Tou Velle Velievoted voted for It ItThe it itThe ItThe
The Democrats were not willing to give giveup giveup giveup
up without a further struggle Mr Moon Moonof Moonof Moonof
of Tennessee Tennese of the Postoffice Commit Committee Committee Committee ¬
tee made a a motion to recommit the bill billto blllto billto
to the committee This motion was wasvoted wasvotcd wasvoted
voted down 118 to 1ST Still another roll rollcall rollcall
p call was demanded by Champ Clark on onthe onthe onthe
the final passage of the bill which was waspassed waspassed waspassed
passed by a vote of 195 to 10L 10LTho 10LTho 101Tho
Tho bill as passed is a substitute for a aradically nradIcally aradically
radically different bill which passed the theSenato theSenato theSenate
Senato some time ago Tho measure will willnow wUlnow willnow
now go to conference There was some eometalk sometnllc cometalk
talk at the Capitol yesterday that the theSenate the86nato theSenate
Senate would agree to the House bill billthus billt billtus
thus t us insuring Its final enactment at this thisoeaeion thisne thisnes
oeaeion oeaeionThe ne nes lon lonThe ionThe
The passage of the bill is another stop
toward an ancarly early adjournment adjournmentFISH atUournmentJilSH adjournmentFISH
FISH WEARS RING RINGPurchaser RINGPurchpser RINGPurchaser
Purchaser of Codfish Gets Returns Returnsa Returnsoston
v a Hundredfold HundredfoldBoston HundredfoldBoston
Boston oston June 9 9StanleY Stanley T Redder of ofWest ofWest ofWest
West Brewster while cleaning a cod codfish codfish codfish ¬
fish which he bought from a fish dealer dealeryesterday dealeryesterday dealeryesterday
yesterday found In the fish a diamond diamondring dIamondTing diamondring
ring which he estimates to be worth 350 350ICedder 50 50Kodder 50Kcdder
Kodder declares the ring must have havebeen hovebeen havebeen
been inside the fish for two or three threejyears three4Iicara threecam
jyears cam because it had turned partly partlyblack partlyblack partlyblack
black The original color of pure 14 14karat 14karat 14karat
karat gold however was restored when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he used polish The ring had engraved engravedIn
In fancy lettering on the Inside uK K D DO
0 1001 1001Mr 1001Mr 1004Mr
Mr Kedder paid 45 cents for the cod codfish codfish codfish ¬
fish and considers ho got a good bargain bargainBEDE bargaInBEDE bargainBEDE
BEDE AS STATE SENATOR SENATORFormer SENATORFormer SENATORFormer
Former Representative Sfalcc nr Makes lcca Hu Humorous Humorous Rnrnorou ¬
morous Announcement AnnouncementMinneapolis AnnonnccmentMlimeapoUs AnnouncementMinneapolis
Minneapolis June 9 9Former Former Repre Representative Represontatio Reprosentatlvo ¬
sentative J Adam Bede noted during duringhis durnghis duringhis
his stay In Congress as a humorist has hasdecided hasdcldod hasdecided
decided to become a candidate for the thegtato th6tato thestate
state tato legislature In a letter addressed addressedto nddr ed edto
to the voters oters of his district he announces announceshis announceshis announceshis
his candidacy cal1dldac and states his platform platformHe platformII platformHe
He II concludes concludesIf C naludH naludHIt
If these sentiments win approval and andmy andmy andmy
my candidacy Is not In conflict with that thatof thatot thatof
of any nn one who could render better serv service servIce seryIce ¬
ice It would be a pleasure to me to take takethe takethe takethe
the humblest part In the upbuilding of ofour ofour atour
our State Otherwise I have cattle on onmy onmy onmy
my farm that always welcome me m home homeand homQand homeand
and the social sacrifice would not be begreat begreat begreat
great greatjLlghinlns greatLightning It ItLIghtnIng
LIghtnIng StruCk Russian RuulnnoSoldlcr Soldiers oSoldlcrSt SoldiersSt SoldieraSt
St St Petersburg PotoraburgJune June 9 9Llghtning Lightning struck struckthe struckthe struckthe
the bayonets in a patrol that was inn roaneuvring mllJ1euvrlng innneuvring
neuvring at KrosnoyeSelo today kllllnr kllllnrpnfl klUlcr klUlcrpe kiIilnsoldJai
pnfl pe soldier ana au fgtally t lly injuring f urlnlr another
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbia1rIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaShow VirginiaShowe Show Showers ¬
ers e and warmer warm i r today tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row partly cloudy preceded by byshowers byshowers byshowers
showers moderate easterly easterlywinds easterlywinds easterlywinds I
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD I
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HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPngrca SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPages
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Pages PngrcaI PageslPostal Pages1Postal
I lPostal Postal Bank Bill Passed PassedToft PassedTaft PassedTaft
Taft Bars Harrison HarrisonVeterans HarrIsonVeterans HarrisonVeterans
Veterans to Aid Clerks ClerksEventful ClerksEventful ClerksEventful
Eventful Day for Aeros AerosRoosevelt AerosRoosevelt AerosRoosevelt
Roosevelt to Sail for Home HomeG HomeG
G W U Debt Heavy Heay26ulzer Heavy2Sulzer
2 26ulzer Sulzer Assails 53alla Socialists SocialistsContributory SoclaUstsContributory SocialistsContributory
Contributory Retirement Plan PlanS Plan3TaCt PlanSTaft
S 3TaCt Taft Men Rule Wisconsin WisconsinMexican WisconsinMexlcan WisconsinMexican
Mexican Revolt Grows Grows4Sundry Grows4Sundry
4 4Sundry Sundry Civil Bill Covers Inquiry InquiryDay Inquiryi InquiryDay
i Day In Congress CongressEncyclical CongrossI CongressEncyclical
Encyclical Stirs Germany GermanyIc Gennany6In Germany5In
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6In Ic the World of Society Socfety7Femlnlne Society6Editrlfl1
6 6Editrlfl1 6Editrlfl17Feminine EdiccrJnl
7 7Femlnlne Feminine Notes and Fashions Fashions8Nationals FashionsSNationals
8 8Nationals Nationals at Last Down Tigers TigersAmateur TigersI Tigers9Amateur
9Amateur Amateur Baseball Notes NotesU NotesUCommercfal Notes11Commercial
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U UCommercfal Commercial and Financial Financiall1GmduatIon FinanciaL12Graduation
12 l1GmduatIon Graduation Exercises ExercisesPRESIDENT ExercisesPRESIDENT ExercisesPRES1DET
PRESIDENT REFUSES REFUSESTO REFUSESI REFUSESTO
I TO SEE HARRISONRepres llARRISORepresntative HARRISON HARRISONRepresentative
Representative Repres ntative Is in Dis Disfavor Distavor Distavor ¬
tavor at White House HouseSEQUEL HouseSEQUEL HouseSEQUEL
SEQUEL TO GLAYIS GLAYISWas GLA VIS INOIDENT INOIDENTas
Was as Invited to Leave Line of Per Persona Peraona Pereons ¬
eons Waiting to Enter Mr Tafta TaftaPrivate Tatt TattPrhate TaftsPrivate
Private Office and to Come Into Intothe IntotIle Intothe
the Private Secretarys Quarters QuartersStatement QuartcrStntement QuartersStatement
Statement from rom Executive Office OfficeRepresentative OfficeI OfficeRepresentative
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Representative Francis Burton Harri Harrison Harrlson Harrison ¬
son a a Democrat from the Sixteenth Sixtee th dis district dlstnct district ¬
trict of New York is persona non grata grataat grataat grataat
at the White House HousePresident HousePrealdent HousePresident
President Taft no longer wants WlU 3 to meet meetMr meetMr meetMr
Mr Harrison HarI1 IT and yesterday esterdaY refused to topermit topermit topermit
permit him to enter the Executive sanc sanctum cancturn ¬
turn even though the New York Repro Representative Reprosentotlve Reprosontativo ¬
sentative had made an appointment appolntmentthrough appoIntmentthrough
through Mr Carpenter the Presidents Presidentsformer Presidentsformor Presidentsformer
former secretary Mr Harrison had hadcalled hadcalled hadcalled
called with Representatives Goldfogle Goldfogteof
of New York and iKellher dilher of Massachu Massachusetts Ml1lisachusotts 4assachucotta ¬
cotta to present some prominent He Hebrews Hebrows Hobrews ¬
brews Instead of being admitted to the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents inner office as Representa Representatives Representnthes Representatives ¬
tives usually are be was requested to toenter toonter toeater
enter the office of C D Norton Mr SirTafts MrTafts MrTafts
Tafts private secretar secretary Hero he pomained e emalned re remained ¬
mained while Mr Golflfogl6ahd Goljltogle nd ltt lttI 1 1IColiher fr frKeliher
Keliher went In with t lth their guests to tomeet t tJDeet tomeet
I meet the President PresidentLater PreJideutLater PresidentLater
Later at the Capitol the New Yorker Yorkertold Yorkertold Yorkertold
told the story and declared that he knew knewno kneWno knewno
no reason for such action except that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the President Pr05l ent perhaps had been angered angeredby angeredby angeredby
by Mr Harrisons comments on the pre predating predating prodating ¬
dating of Attorney General Wickershams Wickershamsexonerating Wickershamsexonerating WiekershamsexoneraUng
exonerating report on Secretary Ballln Balllnger Balllnser Baum Baumger
ger gerTho
The White House last night gave a aclear aclear aclear
clear explanation of Its side of the case caseMr caseMr caseMr
Mr Harrison with Mr Ir Goldfogle and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Keliher called c < 111ed to see Mr Taft Taftthrough Tartthrough Taftthrough
through an engagement made by Fred FredW FredW Fredw
W Carpenter former private secretary secretaryto
to Mr Taft some time ago Secretary SecretaryNorton SecretaryNorton SecretaryNorton
Norton was Informed that these Repre Representatives RepresentaUes Reprosentatives ¬
sentatives were in line with their con conContinued conContinued conContinued
Continued on o PaGe 4 1 Column 4 4SfORMS 4STORMS 4STORMS
STORMS SWEEP SWEEPMIDDLE SWEEPMIDDLE SEEPMIDDLE
MIDDLE STATES STATESTrain STATESTrain STATESTrain
Train in Arkansas Goes GoesThrough GoesThrough GoesThrough
Through a Bridge BridgeMemphis BridgeMemphis BridgeMemphis
Memphis June 9 9Reports Reports front Arkan Arkansas Arlmnsas Arkanass ¬
sas Mississippi and west Tennessee in indicate Indlcate indicate ¬
dicate the worst rain wind and hall hallstorms halttonns hailstorms
storms throughout this territory that thathave thothan thathave
have been known In years Rains Rains of a atorrential a atorrential atorrential
torrential nature fell over western Arkan Arkaneas Arkaneas Arkaneat
eas and a cyclone hit the towns of Pine PineBluff PineBlutr PineBluff
Bluff and Hot Springs SpringsA S llngs llngsA
A Frisco train trnln went through a bridge bridgenoar bridgenoor bridgenear
near Fort Smith Ark the engine get getting getting getting ¬
ting across in safety but fourteen cars carsof carsot carsof
of merchandise went down to destruction destructionA
A college building at Nettleton Miss Misswas Misswas Misswas
was completely destroyed Wire service serviceall serviceall
all over Arkansas was out of commission commissionfor commissIonfor commissionfor
for several hours hoursIn hoursIn hoursIn
In every city and town In Arkansas Arkansaswest Arkan51l3west Arkansaswest
west and south of Little Rock stores and andhouses andhoues andhouses
houses were flooded and the streets were wererunning1 wererunning
running streams of water waterSt waterSt waterSt
St St Louis June 9 9Terrlflc Terrific rain and andwind andwind andwind
wind storms swept St Louis last night nightand nightnnd nightand
and this afternoon Many buildings were wereunroofed wereunroofed wereunrooted
unroofed and lightning set fire to many manydwellings manydwellings manydwellings
dwellings The storm has not yet spent spentItself spontItself spentItself
Itself according to the forecast of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government Weather Bureau Damage Damagecaused Damagecaused Damagecaused
caused by last nights storm was the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest of the year Sevqral houses houseswere houseswere houseswere
were destroyed by lightning Many citi citizens citizens citiinns ¬
zens were terror stricken as they re recalled recalled recalled ¬
called the cyclone of May Ma 27 i 1896 when
400 00 St St Loulsans Louis ns were killed killedJoplln k1lledJopUn killedJoplin
Joplin Mo o June 9 9Cloudb 9Cloudbursta Cloudbursts rsts to today today today ¬
day following those of yesterday have haveflooded haveflooded haveflooded
flooded every stream in Southwest Mis Missouri Missour Missouri ¬
souri sour Serious damage to crops Is re reported reported reported ¬
ported portedIn portedIn portedIn
In Joplin the cellars in the business businessdistricts businessstrIcts businessdistricts
districts strIcts which wore flooded early yes yesterday yesterday es estlrday ¬
terday morning were inundated today todayand todayand todayand
and considerable additional loss suffered sufferedInterurban sutIereInterurban sufferedInterurban
Interurban railway traffic is suspended suspendedVICTIM suspendedVICTIM suspendedVICTtM
VICTIM PROBABLY DR SIMON SBIONSan SIMONSan SThIONSan
San Francisco June 9 9It It Is probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that J T S Silon Silonof of this city who was wasyesterday wasyesterday wasyesterday
yesterday reported killed on Mount Ve Vesuvius VesuvIus yesuvius ¬
suvius Is s Dr Jules A Simon former formerpresident formerpresident formerpresident
president of the board of health of San SanFrancisco SanFranclsco SanFrancisco
Francisco He was traveling In Italy Italyand Ita1yand Italyand
and letters to friends here written from fromRome iromRome fromRome
Rome on May 21 indicated that he would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make an ascent of o Vesuvius about this thisdate thisdate thisdate
date Dr Simon was married He was wasappointed wasappointed wasappointed
appointed by Mayor Schmitz in 1905 1 and andserved andS andtrved
served S ryed on the board of othealth health until after aftertho aftertho afterthe
tho election olea on of Mayor Taylor
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REVOlT IN G SIDIPI SIDIPISEEN O P PSEEN
SEEN O YEH EH CLRK CLRKI CLERKS CLERKSPrivate
Private Dalzell Da1zeI1T1ireaens Threatens to tot toLead toLead
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Lead Deserters DesertersCLAIM De DesertersCLAIM ters tersCLAIM
f f
CLAIM 2500090 VOTES VOTESWould VOTESWould 1c TE TEVould
Would Swing Veterans V etera Sons So Sonsand Si Siand j jand
and Grandsons GrandsonsI >
I Helped to Rock the Cradle in inWhich InWhich tnWhich
Which tlie Republican Party Wo WoBorn WuBern Yna YnaDorn
Born Says Say Famous Soldier and andExClcrlr andExOlcrk andEnClerk
ExClcrlr but < When It Turn Tnrnson Turnon TurnsOn
on my Grayhaired Comrades I IShall IShall 1 1Shall
Shall Turn Upon It ItThrough ItThrough ItThrough
Through the government crusade crusadeagainst crusapagainst crusadeagainst
against aged clerks the Republican party partywill partyw1ll partywill
will lose 2600000 votes of G A J B Pv vet veterans vetcrass t tcrans
crass and their sons and grandsons grandsonstttroughout grandsonsturoughout grandsonsthroughout
tttroughout the United States this fall fallaccording tallaccording fallaccording
according to Private John Dalzell who whoplans whoplans whoplans
plans to lead the revolt unless relief is ispromised ispromised Ispromised
promised promisedAt
At the meeting of the past department departmentand departmentand departmentand
and post commanders at G A R Hall Hallsome BalIsome Hallsome
some one intimated that the loyal and andpatriotic andpatrlotlo andpatriotic
patriotic people of this country are tak taking takIng taktag ¬
ing a deep intense interest In tho propo proposition proposition proposition ¬
sition to throw out on tho streets as asworthless asworthless asworthless
worthless beggars the men who saved savedthe savedthe savedthe
the Capital of the nation sold Private PrivateDalzoll PrhateDaboJl PrivateDalseli
Dalzoll last night nightStirs nightStirs nightStirs
Stirs Old Indignation IndignationThis IndJgnntlonThis IndignationThis
This remark brought back ok vividly to tomemory tomomory tomemory
memory the universal indignation ex expressed oxpress8d cxpressed ¬
pressed by overy Republican paper when whenHoke whenHoko whenHoko
Hoko Smith dismissed summarily many manyold manyold manyold
old soldiers It was the paramount issue issueof Issueof Issueof
of 188S and resulted in Harrisons elec election eloetlonarevolutlon eloctiona ¬
tion tlonarevolutlon tiona a revolution repeated for the same samereason samereuon samereason
reason in 1805 1300by by the election of McKin McKinley McKinlay MeKinIcy
lay Though Grover Cleveland did noth nothing nothing nothIng ¬
ing but acquiesce aequlO5C Republicans charge chargetho chargetha chargethe
the crime to him and him we punished punishedThe punishedI punishedThe
I The American people do yet care for fortho fortho forthe
tho men who saved the nation and who whonow whonow whoI
I now command more soldier votes otcs than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the soldiers of 18M cast for Lincoln Llncolnour Llncolnoursons Lincolnoureons our oursons
sons and and grandsons now count 2500000 fiOOCO of ofvotes otvot ofvotes
votes vot s in the Northern States today toda The TheDemocrats The1omecrats I Iomocrats
Democrats omocrats are laughing in their sleeves sleevesto slee I
to see the attitude of some Republicans Republicanstoday Republicanstoday I Itod8
today tod8 toward the men and their sons sonswho sonswho sonswho
who elected them all allI allI
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I am a Republican R pubUCfln helped rock the thecradle thecradlo thecradle
cradle In which the party was born bornI borp borpI
I have always boHevtd that tho party partydepending pnrb partydcpending i idependIng
depending solely for its majority on us usand u uat usarijj
and at 1 bfcr brsons 1rsonsWoud sons wfcuM stand by us till tilldeath tilldoath tilldoeth
death do p is s part ir and also believed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Democratic party was our enemy enemyHumiliation enemyI1umlllnUon enemyHumiliation
Humiliation in Old Age AffeTwo AgeTwo AgeTwo
Two millions and a half and our sons sonsand sonsand sonsand
and sons of our dead are amazed that thatany thatanyone thatany
any anyone one high or low would permit our ourhumiliation ourhumiliation ourhumiliation
humiliation and degradation and so put putin putIn putin
in the hands of Democracy a weapon weaponfatal weaponfatal weaponfatal
fatal to all who persecute us in n our old oldagQ oldage oldage
age It cant be true trueAfter trucAfter trueAfter
After the professions and promises promiseswe
we as a party have have made to hold the themillions themUlions themillions
millions of votes cast at every election electionsince electionstnce electionsince
since 1S85 lS by soldiers and their eons eonsand Bon Bonand consand
and our sons vote as we do and are aredouble aredouble aredouble
double the th number of the survivors of ofsay orsa ofsay
say sa 1S88 1S1now now it turns on tho gray grayhaired grayhaired grayhaired
haired veterans and drives them from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the Capital of the Republic saved at the thecost thecost thecost
cost of their young oung lives livesNo j
No no it cannot be I care nothing nothingfor nothingtOr nothingfor
for myself or the consequences to me mefor metor incfor
for defending my comrades I would to today today today ¬
day sacrifice place money power even evenmy evenm evenmy
my m life In their defense defenseIn defenseIn defenseIn
In the name of God and my country countryI countr countrI
I demand that all this degradation of ofmy ofmy ofmy
my comrades must cease and cease at atonce atonce atonce
once If it does not my country will willtake w111take willtake
take up our cause and make a fearful fearfulreckoning tearfulreckOning fearfulreckoning
reckoning for our persecutors and de defamers dcfnmers defamers
famers at the polls in November NovemberTARIFF NovemberTARIFF NovemberTARIFF
TARIFF TALK TODAY TODAYSenator TODAYSenator TODAYSenator
Senator Clay Will Criticise Criti ise Payne PayueAldricli PayneAldrich PayneAldrich
Aldrich Act ActJust ActJust ActJust
Just before adjournment of the Senate Senateyesterday SenateYciterday Senateyesterday
yesterday Senator Clay gave notice that thattoday thattoday thattoday
today he will move to strike from tho thosundry thosundry thesundry
sundry civil bill the provision appro appropriating appropriating approprinting ¬
priating 5250000 00L OOO for the appointment of a acommission a acommission acommission
commission to investigato the tariff tariffThis tnrlfrThIs tariffThis
This means that tho Senate will indulge indulgein
in an oldtime ol Ume tariff tarI debate debateSenator debateSenator debateSenator
Senator Clay will lead oft with a speech speechIn
In criticism of the PayneAldrlch P ncAldrfch act actTwo actTwo actTwo
Two of tho Insurgents InsurgentSSenators Senators La Fol Follette Follette Pollette
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lette and Beverldge Beveridgehave have announced their theirintention theirIntention theirintention
intention of speaking In support of a fur further furtIler furtlier ¬
ther revision of the tariff It Is possible possiblethat p05slbletlult possiblethat
that the entire session today may be bedevoted bedevoh1d bedevoted
devoted to a discussion of the tariff tariffCUBANS tarlttCUBANS tariffCUBANS
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CUBANS IN DUELChief DUEL DUELChief
I IChief
Chief of Police and Army Arn Officer OfficerReceive OfficerReceive OfficerReceive
Receive Scratches ScratchesHavana ScratchesHavana ScratchesHavana
Havana June 9 9Chte Chief of Police Pol1c Marti Martinez Martlnez Martinez ¬
nez and CoL Aranda fought a duel this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and both received scratches Tho Thotrouble Thotrouble Thetrouble
trouble grew out of a letter Aranda Arandawrote Arandawrote Arandawrote
wrote attacking the police force orce Mar Martinez Martinez Martines ¬
tinez has been suspended sUSI > ended from office officeAranda officeArandnchallpnged officeAranda
Aranda Arandnchallpnged challenged Police Capt Reguelra Reguelrawho Reguelrawho Reguelrawho
who Immediately arrested the men bear bearing bearIng bearing ¬
ing the challenge challengePASTOR challengePASTOR challengePAsrOB
PASTOR A BANKRUPT BANKRUPTHov
Rev Re Hazen Conklin Resigns Pas Pastorate Pastorate Pastorate ¬
torate When Trouble Come ComeiBoston ComeBosto ComesBoston
Boston June 9 9Rev Rev Hazen Conklin Conkllnson Conklinson Conklinson
son of Rev Charles Conklin secretary secretaryof
of the Massachusetts Universalist Con Convention COrlycntlon Cork Corkvention ¬
vention who resigned his pastorate of f the theFirst th thFIrst thFirst
First Universalist Church at North orth Al Altleboro Ar ArUeboro A Atieboro >
tleboro on Saturday has filed a petition petitionin petJt1 n nIn
in bankruptcy in the United States Dis District District District ¬
trict Court CourtHis CourtHIs CourtHis
His liabilities are scheduled at 3536 3536and 3556and 356and
and his assets at 125 Mr Conklin did didnot didnot didnot
not occupy the pulpit Sunday His an ancestors ancestor ancestors ¬
cestors for several generations have been beenclergymen beenclergymen beenclergymen
clergymen clergymenHo clergymenHo clergymenHe
Ho went to North Attleboro a year ago agoIn agoIn agoIn
In explanation of his resignation he said
he was to give up UI the ministry and take takeup takeup takeup
up writing Most of his liability sched scheduled scheduledls acheduled ¬
uled uledls is for loans the principal creditors
being beIngpepIo peojlo of North Attleboro
GOOD READING FOR hUNCLEJOE hUNCLEJOEAoo UNCLE JOE1 JOE
Aoo
AIRSHIPS SIAS SIASLEGS SMASH SMASHLEGS SASIILEGS
LEGS AND RECORDSVoman RECORDSWoman RECORDS RECORDSWoman
Woman Killed in Crowtf at atWorcester atWorcester
Worcester WorcesterFOUR WorcesterPOUR 1 orc ster sterFOUR
FOUR IN FAILS AT BUDAPEST BUDAPEST3Inny BUDAPESTUnuy BUDAPESTInn
3Inny Inn Spectators Injured in Acci Accidents Accldcnts Accidents ¬
dents of a Day and in Paris Army ArmyAeroplane ArmyAeroplane ArmyAeroplane
Aeroplane Carries Two on Longest LongestCrojaconntry LOI1eatCroucountry LongestCrosscountry
Crojaconntry Trip and Record Recordfor Recordfor Recordfor
for Three IK Made at n Ifourmellon IfourmellonTwo fourmellonTwo ourmelloJ1Two
Two Broken 1k ken record and nd three aecldants a aecidantsone aecldantsone ldint8 ldint8one
one fatal Utel Is the thetotal total of yesterdays avia aviation a1ation aviation ¬
tion news newsAt nawsAt newsAt
At Budapest four aeroplanes fall and andwere andwere andwore
were smashed Andrea Latham Frey Freyand Fre Freand Freyand
and Bterlonclca the be drivers were not nothurt nothurt nothurt
hurt Frays machine fell in front of tho thogrand thogrand thegrand
grand stand injuring six persons personsAvtator personsAtator personsAviator
Aviator dArtlgan yesterday attempted attempteda
a flight In s Bloriot Bl Iot monoplane at Wor Worcester Worcester Worcester ¬
cester The machine failed to rise but as as1C
1C 1 sped along the ground It swerved and andplowed andplowed andplowed
plowed Into the crowd of spectators s > ectators fell felling tellIng felling ¬
ing dozens One woman oman was wa killed and andseveral Mdsecral andsevcrnl
several persons injured injuredJ
J J 1 C Marsh aviator fell fifty feet with withhis withhis withhis
his Curtiss biplane while making an ex exhibition exhibition exhibitjon ¬
hibition flight at Tqpeka Cans His ma machine machine machine ¬
chine was caught in a a gust of wind while whilemaking wh11emaking whilemaking
making a turn and capsized capslz d It was wasbroken wasbroken Wasbroken
broken but Marsh climbed out of the thewreck thewreclt theWreck
wreck unhurt He attributed his fall to toan toan toan
an air current caused by b a railroad train trainwhich trainwhich trainwhich
which passed near the path of his flight flightHe 1IlghtHe flightHe
He will continue his nights nightsParis fUghtsParl flightsParI
Paris Parl June 9 9Officers Officers Marconnet t and andFoguant andFoguant andFoguant
Foguant of the French army aviation aviationcorps avIationcorps aviationcorps
corps flew ew from ChalonssurMorne to tothe tothe tothe
the gates of Paris a distance of lOi6 lOi6miles l0i6mlles 1056miles
miles in two hours and fifty minutes minuteswithout minuteswithout minuteswithout
without a stop today This breaks all allrecords allrecords allrecords
records for an aeroplane carrying two twopersons twopcroons twopersons
persons across country countryBerlin countryBerlin countryBerlin
Berlin June 9 9The Tho German rman Aeronautic AeronauticFederation AeronautioFederation AeronauticFederation
Federation has decided that last Sun Sundays BundaYs Sundays ¬
days elimination races for tho James JamesGordon JamesGordon TamesGordon
Gordon Bennett B Ilnott Cap were void and that thatother thatother thatother
other trials will be necessary necessaryMourmelon necessar necessarMourroolon necessaryMourmelon
Mourmelon June 9 9Three Three aviators a to today today today ¬
day flew tl W In a a monoplane for twenty mls mlsutes mlsutes misutes
utes This Is a record flight for three threepersons threepersons threepersons
persons personsGIFT personsGIFT I IGiFT
GIFT TO PRINCETON PRINCETONUniversity PRINCETONUniversity PRINCETONUniversity
University Accepts Procters J > roctcrs Offer Offerof Offerof Offerof
of 1150000 1150000Princeton 1150000PrInceton 115OOOOPrinceton
Princeton N J June 9 9Atter After a ape special Epeclnl apecial ¬
cial meeting of the board of trustees trust s of ofPrinceton ofPrinceton ofPrinceton
Princeton University Unlerslt today it was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that tho Institution will acquire acquireabout acquireabout acquireabout
about 516000 1600000 l in gifts The bulk of this thiscomes thIscomes thiscomes
comes as a renewal of tho offer made by byWilliam byYllllllm byWilliam
William Cooper Procter of Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Cincinnatiand Cincinnatiand
and brings to an end the controversy controversyover
over the site of the Graduate College CollegeMr ConogaMr CollegeMr
Mr Procter In May Mo 1900 offered the theuniversity theunlcrsit theuniversity
university unlcrsit 560000 on condition that the thealumni thealumni thealumni
alumni raise an equal amount all to go goto goto goto
to the Graduate College During the con controversy controversy controversy ¬
troversy over the site Mr Procters gift giftwoe 101ftwas giftwas
was withdrawn With the renewal or the thegift thegift thegift
gift the half million to be given by the thealumni thealumni thealumni
alumni is said to be assured In pledges pledgesfrom pledgesfrom pledgesfrom
from prominent alumni The renewal of ofthe otthe ofthe
the offer by Mr Procter was made upon uponterms uponterIJ1S uponterxs
terms terIJ1S satisfactory not only to President PresidentWilson PresidentWilson PresidentWilson
Wilson put but ut to all the members of tho thoboard thoboard thoboard
board of trustees trusteesMrs trusteesMrs trusteesMrs
Mrs Russell Sage it was announced announcedhas announcedbas announcedhas
has given 160000 to add dd to the dormi dormitories dormitories dormitories ¬
tories already donated by her and to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build a memorial tower 160 feet high In Inthe inthe inthe
the northwestern part of the campus campusMrs cnmpusMrs ciunpusMrs
Mrs Saga was here today and was rec recognized recognized roeognized ¬
ognized by the senior class on the cam campus ctlmpus campus ¬
pus and cheered cheeredWILL chearedWILL cheeredWILLiiiI4OE
WILL WILLiiiI4OE REPLACE EARL ARL GREY GREYDnkc GREYDul GREYDuke
Duke Dul e of Connausht to Be Governor GovernorGeneral GovernorGeneral GovernorOrnorni
General of Canada CanadaLondon CilnallaLondon CanadaLondon
London June 9 9The The latest supposition suppositionIs
Is that the Duke of Connaught will re replace replace replace ¬
place Earl Grey as governor general gen ral of ofCanada ofCanado ofCanada
Canada in the spring the latters ap appointment appointment appointmcnt ¬
pointment being prolonged The Duke Dukeof Dukeof Dulceof
of Connaught will go to South Africa in inthe Inthe inthe
the autumn to open the parliament of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new South African Union It Is not notbelieved notbelieved notbelieved
believed likely that he would go to Can Canada CanadD Canada ¬
ada In the winter wInterS1 winterizu
S1 125 Baltimore and Return Baltimore Baltimoreand Daltlmoreand llnltimoreand
and Ohio Railroad llalfroadEvery UnllroadEer1 RailroadTherc
Every Saturday ondSunday nn Sunday All trains trainsboth trainsboth trainsboth
both ways both days except Royal Lim Limited Limited LimlIed ¬
ited Lc
COW GIRLS COMING COMINGTwo
Two Hundred from Texas Will Wet Weicome Wetcome Welcome
come Roosevelt RooseveltGalvoeton RooseveltGalvo RooseveltGalveston
Galveston Galvo ton Tex ex June 0 9Texaa Texas will be berepresented berepresented berepresented
represented in the parade of welcome on onthe onthe onthe
the return of Col Roosevelt by 200 0 cow cowgirls oowgtrls cowgirls ¬
girls from the cattleraising district of ofWestern otWostern ofWestern
Western Texas They Th6 will wear divided dividedriding dividedridIng dividedriding
riding skirts of gray with patent leather leatherriding leathltrtiding leatherriding
riding boots light blte blouse bJou and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white fourinhand ties If possible th thwill they theywill y ywill
will b be mounted on their own cow ponies poniesThe ponl3The poniesThe
The commercial organizations of Hose Houston Houlton Hoseton ¬
ton Waco Fort Worth Dallas Gfelvae Gfelvaeton Gillvft8ton Galveston
ton Austin and San Antonio are back of ofthe otthe ofthe
the proposition and it is believed it will willprove wUtproyo wiltprove
prove a big lg ad for Texas The fathers fathersof fatherof fathersof
of many of the girl girls are wealthy cattle cattleand cattleand cattleand
and land owners of Texas TexasKOHLER TexllIKOHLER TexasKOHLER
KOHLER ON STAND STANDClevelaifd STANDClevela STANDClelafd
Clevelaifd Clevela a Police J 0hief tJhi f DeniesDrunkenness DeniesDrunkenness Denies DeniesDrunkenness
Drunkenness and Immorality ImmoralityCleveland JmmoralityClo mmorality mmoralityCleveland
Cleveland Clo and Juno I 3Police Police Chief Fred FredKohler FredKohler FredKohier
Kohler on trial for drunkenness oiid oiidimmorality n1yl n1ylImmoral1ty adimmorality
immorality today made denial of th thcharges t1f t1fcharges t1a t1acharges >
charges chargesW chargesW chargesW
W H Boyd oyd of his counsel QOun el tonight tonlgatdeclared tonightdeclared tonightdeclared
declared Chief Kohler would describe describeevery describeevery describeevery
every occasion oc slon on which he had taken takena
a drfnk before the trial ends Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomarrow ¬
row It is expected Chief Kohler will dis discuss discuss discuss ¬
cuss the reasons for visiting the tender tenderloin tenderloin tenderloin ¬
loin resorts resortsI resortsHI
HI I have never staggered In my life lifeho Iltehe lifehe
he said responding to questions as to totho totho tothe
tho effect of liquor on him He also de denied denied doflied ¬
nied being drunk outside tho Hofbrau HofbrauHouse HoCbnUlHouse HofbrauHouse
House where it was said a a cnrojd crowd had hadhooted hadhooted hadhooted
hooted at him What would Teddy Teddythink TeddYthink Teddythink
think of you now nowi referring to Presi President Preetdont Prosidont ¬
dont Roosevelts declaration that he is isthe Isthe Isthe
the best police chief Kohler said he hewas hewas hewas
was in bed in his home that night nightIIS nightWINS nightllS
WINS llS YACHT RACE RAGEAS RACEAS RACEAS
AS WIFE 1FE IS DYING DUNGVice DYINGl DYINGVice DYINGVice
l
Vice Commodore Brigham ErighamIgnorant BrighamIgnorant BrighamIgnorant
Ignorant of Sad News NewsAtlantic NewsAtlantJa NewsAtlantic
Atlantic City June 9 9Crosslng Crossing the line lineoff Uneort lineoff
off Youngs ocean pier at 1103 l1o at th the end endof endot endof
of the long deep sea race from Havana Havanathe Hayanathe Havanathe
the yacht Caliph sailing under the colors colorsof colorsof colorsof
of the Ventnor Yacht Club and ap apparent apparent apparent ¬
parent winner of the long ocean contest contestis
is lying out at sea in an easterly gale galewhile galewhile galewhile
while every effort etrortls Is being made by byfriends byfriends byfriends
friends of Vice Commodore M E Brig Brigham BrJ BrJham Brigham
ham owner and commander of the thestanch tbestanch thestanch
stanch little craft to notify him of the theprobable theprobable theprobablo
probable fatal Illness of Mrs Brigham at atthe ntthe atthe
the family home In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWhile PhUadclphlaWhHe PhiladelphiaWhile
While yatching enthusiasts who braved bravedthe bravedthe bravedtile
the gale to make their way to the sea seaends seaends seaends
ends of the big pier were cheering the thewinner thewinner thewinner
winner worried friends of the yachtsman yachtsmanare achtsman achtsmanarg
are arg holding an automobile in readiness to torush torush torush
rush him kim through tho storm to the bed bedside bedside bedside ¬
side of his wife In Philadelphia The Thestorm Th Thstorm Thestorm
storm makes it impossible to even make makeflashes makeflashes makeflashes
flashes of the Morse signal code Intel Intelligible 1ntelUglble Intelligibie
ligible to the owner of the Caliph CaliphTRIES CaliphTRIES CaliphTRIES
TRIES TO END HER LIFE IIFEMrs LIFElUrs LEFEMrs
Mrs Ford For Penniless l > > and a Ncrvons NcrvonsWreck NervouVreck NervonaWreck
Wreck at Cincinnati CincinnatiCincinnati ClllcfnnutiCincinnati CincinnatiCincinnati
Cincinnati June 9 9Mm Mrs Irs Jeannette JeennetteStewart JeannettaStewart JeannetteStewart
Stewart Ford the woman In the case caseever enseever caseever
ever sInce the exposure of the Bs B g Four FourRailroad FourPnUroad FourRailroad
Railroad shortage of 643000 13000 for which whichformer whichformer whichformer
former treasurer or the road C L War Warrlner Warriner Warflriner
riner is serving a a sentence in tho Ohio OhioState OhioState OhioState
State penitentiary may be cant to a alunatic alunatic alunatic
lunatic asylum asylumIn asylumIn asylumIn
In Avondale a suburb today she at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to dash herself to death onth from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the roof of H W McQuestas home It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was there that Mrs rs Ford was taken takenlast mkenlast takenlast
last night after Prosecutor Hunt had hadagreed badagreed hadagreed
agreed to nolle the indictments against againsther againsthe againsther
her he
Owing to the womans nervous break breakdown brookdown breakdown ¬
down Judge CaldweH today formally formallyordered ronnaUyordered Formallyordered
ordered stricken out the three indictments indictmentsagainst Indictmentsagainst indictmentsagainst
against the Ford woman blackmail re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving stolon money and sending sendingthreatening sondlngthreatenlns sendingthreatening
threatening letters She is penniless and andher andber andher
her two children have been separated separatedfrom soperatet1tom separatedfrom
from her herPopular herPopuiai
I IPopulnJ
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ohio OhioR OhioR OhioH
R R June 12
3100 LOO to t Harpers Ferry Charleston CharlestonSummit ChorlestonSummit
Summit Point Stephenson and Winohes Winchester Winohestor Winohestar ¬
tar and reurn Special train from Union UnionStation UnionStat1on Uniontat1or
Station tat1or 8tOO 8 a m returning same day
ENDS BRITAIN VISIT VISITOTOQDLANDTRAIP VISITIN VISITllI
OTOQDLANDTRAIP OTOQDLANDTRAIPCol IN WOODLAND TRAMP TRAMPCol
Col Roosevelt Visits Forest ForestFamous ForestFamous ForestFamous
Famous for Beauty BeautyTO
I
TO HEAR ENGLISH SONG BIRDS BIRDSObserves 1J1RDSObserTe BIRDSObserves
Observes Wild Life with Sir Ed Edward Edward Edrrard ¬
ward Grey a Keen Ornithologist Ornithologistas
as Ills Companion CompanlonJoins Joins His Fam Family Famfly Pamfly ¬
fly at Southampton SouthamptonIre He Received ReceivedSome RecelvcdSomethlnl ReceivedSomething
Something Some thine Like 3000 Letters LettersLondon LettersLondon
0
London Juno 0 0Col Col Roosevelts last lastday lastday lastday
day in England has been something of a amystery amvstery amystery
mystery The reporters acceded to his hisrequest hisrequest hisrequest
request that they should not pursue him himand himand himand
and beyond the fact that he spent many manyhours manyhours manyhours
hours In the New Forest which by the thei theway theway
i way has been preserved pr ered as a forest tor t for formore tormore formore
more than BOO 00 years little is known of his hisdoings hisdoings hisdoings
doings doingsAccording doingsAcoordlng doingsAccording
According to one version Cot Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosovolt ¬
velt In a talk with Foreign Minister Grey Greyconcerning GreyconcerninG Greyconcerning
concerning his approaching departure departureexpressed departuree departureexpressed
expressed e pressed a wish to tramp the English Englishcountryside Engllshcountrsfde Englishcountryside
countryside which is now in its fullest fullestbeauty tullestbe8uty fullestbeauty
beauty and to hear English song birds birdsIn birdsIn birdsIn
In full chorus Sir Edward Grey who whoIs whoIS whois
Is a keen ornithologist and who Is other otherwise other1M otherwine ¬
wise 1M equipped for companionship with a asportsman asportsman asportsman
sportsman offered himself hlmse as Col Roose Roosevelts Roosevelts RooseveiLs ¬
velts companion and guide in the New NewForest NewForest NewForest
Forest where wild lId life can be observed observedto
to the fullest Tho pair took a train trainfrom trainfrom trainfrom
from London this morning and alighted alightedat
at tho northern boundary of the forest forestThey foreSt foreStThey forestThey
They walked for many hours in Its wild wildeat wildest wildeet
eat recesses reo sos The weather was ideal They Theystayed Theystacd Theystayed
stayed tonight at a country Inn InnWill InnVlll Innvill
Will Not Return to London LondonAnother LondonAnother LondonAnother
Another version is that they are spend spending spending spendlag ¬
ing the night in the woods identifying identifyingthe identifyingthe identifyingthe
the voices olces of nocturnal birds and await awaiting awalting awaitlag ¬
ing the outburst of song which accom accompanies accompanieS accomponies ¬
panies the dawn Cot Roosevelt will not notreturn notreturn notreturn
return to London He will join his hisfamily histamfl hisfamily
family tamfl at Southampton SouthamptonDuring SouthamptonDuring SouthamptonDuring
During three weeks Col Roosevelt has hascelved hnscalved hascolved
calved something like 3000 letters a ma majority majority urnjority ¬
jority of them since his Guildhall Guildhallspeech Guildhallspeech Guildhallspeech
speech Some of these th so were frankly franklybut franklybut franklybut
but politely dlssentant and some were wereroundly wereroundlY wereroundly
roundly abusive Most however were wereappreciative wereappreclative wereappreciative
appreciative and as many of them came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from prominent persons Col Roosevelt Rooseveltwas Rooseveltwas Rooseveltwas
was much gratified In addition to these theseletters theseletters theseletters
letters there were the usual requests for forautographs lorautographs forautographs
autographs and photographs protests protestsand protestsand protestsand
and pleadings against slaying wild 11d ani animals animals animats ¬
mals and numerous other topics topicsPEARY topicsPEAltYJ3ACK topicsPEARY
PEARY PEAltYJ3ACK BACK IN LONDON LONDONExplorer LONDONExplorer
Explorer Arranges Arrn to Fight Action ActionIn AenonIII ActionIu
In Frnnelics Suit SuitLondon 3ultLondon lnItLondon
London Juno J nc 9 9Commander Commander Robert E EPeary EPeary BPeary
Peary arrived here late tonight from fromBerlin tromerlin
Berlin erlin where he waf a served yesterday yesterdayjwlth yesterdayth yesterdaywIth
jwlth wIth th papers in a suit brought br ught by Rudolph RudolphFrancke RUdolphFrancke RudolphFrancke
Francke He has placed the matter of ofthe orthe ofthe
the litigation in the hands of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Ambassador Dr Hill HillFrancke HmFrancke 11111Franclce
Francke was associated with Dr Fred Frederick Frederick Frederich ¬
erick A Cook In north polar exploration explorationand explorationand explorationand
and alleges that Peary found him ill at atEtah atEtah atUtah
Etah and took advantage of his condition conditionto
to secure his collection of furs urs walrus walrusand walrusand walrusand
and narwhal teeth teeth as the price for trans transporting transportinG transporting ¬
porting him homeward Francke demands demandslOGOO demandslo
10400 lo as the value alue of f tho arctic products productswhich productswhich productswhich
which he says he handed over to the thecommander thecommander thecommander
commander The suit was brought in the theBerlin theBerlin theBerlin
Berlin courts notice of the action being beingserved beingrvoo beingserved
served rvoo upon Peary when he arrived in inBerlin InBotnn inBerlin
Berlin yesterday osterday to fill a lecture engage engagemeat engagement engagemeat
meat meatAfterward mentAtternard meatAfterward
Afterward It was wa learned that while whileIn whfleIn whileIn
In Berlin Mr Peary said to a friend friendthat friendthat friendthat
that he would contend that the German Germancourts Germancourts Germancourts
courts had no jurisdiction In the mat matter mntter mattsr ¬
ter as he had no property or domicile domicilethere domicilethere domIcilethere
there He had expected he said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the box office receipts at Philharmonic PhilharmonicHall PhilharmonicHaU PhilharmonicHall
Hall where he lectured lost night would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be attached and was somewhat surprised surprisedthat surprisedthat surprisedthat
that they were not notTho notTho notThe
Tho case will come up on onJune June 23 Mr MrPenry I IPeary
Peary Ponry has arranged to be betcprsented rc presented rs nted In Incourt incourt Incourt
court by an attorney attorne He Heects expects e pects to sail sailfrom sailfrom
from England for New Ypfk Yik on Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday j
121 12 to Baltimore aariletiira alImetuna alImetunaSaturdays t
Saturdays and Sundays via vi Pennsylva Pennsylvania Perinsylvanla Pennsyivaala ¬
ala Railroad Tickets good goodreturn1og returning un until unall ¬
all Sunday night All Al1re Al regular reglttattmlns lartralnl tralna ex except encept ¬
cept pt the th Congressional Ujinlted te
G11U11NDEBT G11U11NDEBTTrustees W IN T TTrustees
Trustees Make Public Ap Appeal Appeal p ppeal ¬
peal for Aid AidSEEK AidSE AidSEEK
SEEK SE K TO RAISE 62000 62000Sum 62000Sum 62000Sum
Sum Would Tide Over a aporary Tem Temporary Tetnporary ¬
porary Plan PlanINCUMBRANCES PlanINCUMBRANCES PlanINCUMBRANCES
INCUMBRANCES OF 555000 5555000Trustees 555000Trustees 555000Trustees
Trustees Make Frank Stateitfent 8ta ent Ad Addressed Addressed Mdressed ¬
dressed to ChamberXH Chambeli of Commerce Commerceand Commerc6and Commerceand
and Board of Trade Urging Res Restoration Restoration Restoration ¬
toration of Endowment in the theInterest theInterest theInterest
Interest of District Public Ex Extension Extension Extension
tension of Morrill Act Benefits Benefitsand Benefitsand Benefitsand
and Suggesting Plans for Tem Temporary TemP9rary TernpQary ¬
porary Relief from Pinancial Dif Difficulties Difficulties Difficulties ¬
ficulties by Occupying Occupying Rented RentedQuarters RentedQuarters RentedQuarters
Quarters for Its Various Branches BranchesAPPEAL
1 1
APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC
The trustees therefore deem deeming deemIng deemlag ¬
ing the maintenance of the tJt sal university unlTer salverelty ¬
versity Ter lty on Its present basis a amatter amatter amatter
matter of public concern to tho thopeople th thpeople thpeople
people of the District respect respectfully rCApedtoU respectfully ¬
toU fully request the Chamber of ofCommerce 0 0Commerce ofCommence
Commerce and the Board of ofTrade otTrade ofTrade
Trade earnestly cnrne tl and substan substantially lIubldnnihlllT nubstnnliahiy ¬
tially to help in the work of ofproviding1 ofprovldlDf ofproviding
providing the university uulver lty with tIe tleadequate tlJeadequate tIeadequate
adequate funds The trustees trusteestrill trusteesIII trusteeswill
trill III do all In their power both bothas bothM bothas
as a board loqrd nnd Individually to toassist toassIst toassist
assist In raisin raisIng the necessary necessaryamount neceasnryamount necessaryamount
amount and Trill continue their theirefforts theIretrorta theirefforts
efforts to secure for the insti institution lW1ttUttOD institution ¬
tution on adequate endowment endowmentSuch endonnentSuch endowmentSuch
Such an endowment ought to be boat beat beat
at least 2000000 20OOOOOAsserting 2000000Asserting 000000 000000Asserting
Asserting that the GeorgeWash GeorgeWashington George GeorgeWashingtOn Wash Washington ¬
ington University is without funds fundstrustees fundstnirees fundstru1es
trustees of of1he the institution instit t yesterday yesterdayappealed yes yesterdayappealed erday
J Jappealed
appealed to tqthe tci the Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce andBoard of Trade for as askance asmfance ¬ r rrr
kance rr > > tance in i raising 62000 required requiredto
to maintain m intain the school on its pes pesent Rresent present
ent basis basisIn basisIn basisIn
In a frank statement the trustees trusteesplaced trusteesplaced trusteesplaced
placed their appeal before the peo people people peopie ¬
ple as a matter of concern to the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District DistrictIMJEBTEDJfESS DistrictThDEBTEDiESS DistrictINDEBTEDNESS
INDEBTEDNESS IS 555000 555000The 55oOOThe mooo moooThe
The first public statement of o the re resources resources resources ¬
sources and liabilities of the university universitywas unlvocsUywas univa1tywas
was made after long deliberation yester yesterday YOBtocday yesterday ¬
day and shows the indebtedness to be beS5
S5 5550001 5550001Further 53500 53500Further 5000 5000Further
Further plans for the restoration of the theuniversity Uteuniversity theuniversity
university to a a sound financial basfe will willbe willbe wiilbe
be made at an adjourned meeting this thisafternoon tbisatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonIn
In the appeal the trustees suggest the theselling theselling theselling
selling of the present quarters quart s and tem temporarily temporarl isisporarily ¬
porarily porarl occupying rented buildings buildings This Thiscould Thiscould Thiscould
could be done at an expensed 576900 an annually annually annually ¬
nually For raising of this amount the theassistance theassistance theaesiatanco
assistance of the local bodies was asked askedRear askedRear
Rear Admiral Stockton Stockton U S N re retired retired retired ¬
tired who was recently elected acting actingpresident natlngpresident actingpresident
president of tho th university said last night nightregarding n4htregarding nightregarding
regarding the move taken by the trus trustees trustees innstees ¬
tees The action a tJon Is In line Un with withollcles the thepolicies 9me 9mepolicies
policies ollcles outlined when the trustees se selected see seelected seleafed ¬
lected me for president It la th the belief beliefof beIfe beIfeot beliefof
of tho board that with the public fully fullycognizant fuIlycognizant fullycognizant
cognizant of o the inside facts we can go gobefore gobefore gobefore
before the people with more confidence confidenceAH con confidenceAll dence denceAll
All but two of the board of trustees trusteeswere trusteeswere trusteeswere
were present at the meeting yesterday yesterdaywhich yestordaywhich yesterdaywhich
which lasted for three hours Dr Need Nesdhom Needham Needham
ham retiring president was present as aswas aswas aswas
was Rear Admiral Stockton StocktonRefunding StocktonRefuntUn StocktonRefunding
RefuntUn Refunding Plan Proposed PrOpoaefiA
A temporary plan for funding the 105
000 floating debt of the university is also alsoembodied alsoembodied alsoembodied
embodied in the report This would lead leadto leadto leadto
to an ultimate adjustment of all debts debtsand debtsand debtsand
and tne restoration of tho endowment endowmentfund endowmentfund endowmentfund
fund fundThere fundThere fundThere
There will be no changes In fnthe the edu education education edocation ¬
cation organization orga 1zatfon of the university In Inthe tnthe Inthe
the reform plans The trustees unani unanimously unanimously ¬
mously mously agreed yesterday that the pres present present present ¬
ent system should be retained as best bestmeeting bestmeeting bestmeeting
meeting the needs of the District An AnContinued AnContinued AnContinued
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TRAIN WRECK IS FATAL FATALThree FATALThree FATALThree
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Derailing Accident AccidentSt
St Louis June 9 9Three Three men were werekilled wernldlled werekilled
killed three are thought to be dying dyingand dylpgand dyingand
and nine were Injured at oclock this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning when tho Iron Mountain fast fastmoll fastmall fastmail
moll train No No7 7 bound for Texarksna Texarksnaleft Toxarkanalett 1oxarkanaheft
left the rails on a curve In the southern southernpart southernpart southernpart
part of this city cityTho cityThe cityTile
The train was going at sixty miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour and the speed limit at the th ourve Is Istwentyfive IstwentYfic istwentyfive
twentyfive miles mn < m The reason that thatmoro thatmoropersons moro moropersons morepersons
persons were not killed or injured injur d was wasbecause wasbecause wasbecause
because the train hauled no to pjteiingers pjteiingersor P pssners pssnersor tilanqers tilanqersor
or Pullman coaches and all of orwere tlt Htamen Htamenwere men menwere
were railway mall clerks clerks or members of ofthe
the the train crew crewSummer crewSummer crewSummer
Summer Tourist Rates RatesBaltimore Ratesi
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Daily to Adirondacks Catskill and Alle Allegheny A1legheriy Allegheny ¬
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Scotia and Atlantic Seashore resorts reeortsAlso rooortsAlso resortsAlso
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tain tam section If you contemplate a trip
for pleasure or business by rail Tallor or water waterconsult waterconsult waterconsult
consult agents at 1417 G or orGl9 1119 619 Pa ave aveThey aveThey aveThey
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