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I THE THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 191 i 3
ROOSEVELT SILENT SILENTON SILENToN S1LETo1
ON o1 OHIO OllIOCOTEST OllIOCOTESTRepoiteis CONTEST CONTESTReporters CONTESTRepo11teig
Reporters Tell What Hap Happened Happened HapDened ¬
pened He Shows Interest InterestTHEN InterestTHEN InterestTN
THEN REFUSES TO COMMENT COMMENTAMumeft COMMENTAsumea
AMumeft Aum II Quizzical Attitude and anI May MayMalce MELTMake Ia IaMake
Make Somo Sort Sortof oC a Statement StatementLater SintementLaterXev SdatcmcntLaterNew
LaterXev Later Xcvr Yorlc State Situation SituationBrought ltuatlOnD itnatlonDrought
Brought D ought Up UI and Discussed DIscuMiledGetll DIscuMiledGetllL DLsciuuicdGcthLetter Gets GetsLetter
Letter L tter from Friend of Vox Populi PopuliOystor PopuliOystor
Oystor Bay B N Y July 27 27COl Col Roose Roosevelt Roosevolt Roosevolt ¬
volt received tho th news of tho Ohio con contost contost contot
tost this afternoon As loon soon oon as tho con convention conontlon convontton ¬
vention wlros flashed tho results of the thetanglo thetonglo thetangle
tangle Into Oyster Bay several reporters reportershiked reportorshlkod reportershiked
hiked for Sagamore Hill and told the thecolonel thecolonGl thecolonel
colonel what had happened Always a agood agood agood
good listener Cot Rooeovelt Boo OVIIJt asked for forwhatever orwhatever forwhatever
whatever details do tails were obtainable and ho hodrank hodrank hedrank
drank thorn in without passing pissln any com comment comment cornmont ¬
ment It was difficult to tell just how he hefelt hefelt hefelt
felt feltTho
feltTho
Tho oolbnol came out on tho porch porchwhen porchwhen porchwhen
when he hoard the announcement The Thefact Tbttact Thetact
tact that Boss Cox flopped over to Hard Harding HardIng Hardng ¬
ing ng and nd that Garfield Qar e1d got a mighty ml ht small smallnumber smallnumber smaljnumber
number of votog otGe did not draw a word Ho Hosmiled Hosml1tM1 HoEflh1ld
smiled when he learned that Nick Long Longworth Lonlworth Longworth
worth his soninlaw s lnlaw was wa some factor In Inthe Intho Inthe
the contest contestHe conttHe contestHe
He made inquiries regarding the plat platform platform platform ¬
form that was v adopted and QOUfjnt OQugistflnd to tonnd tonoa
nnd out all that ho could Ho was 88 told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that to all appearances the progressives progressiveshad prorOlJ8loobad prorooeIvohad
had been beaten beatenWall betcnWGIl beatenWeII
Wall colonel what do you think of ofIt otIt o oIt
It came oam the first rst Question QuestionI
I have nothing to say 8 not a word wordNot wordNot wordNot
Not Ready to Comment CommentCoL ComlUentCol CoEnluOntCoL
CoL Roosevelt did axaresc however howeverthe hovcrthe howiverthe
the keenest Interest Interoatn in the story tltory He said saidthat ealdthat Id Idthat
that htf h had received no personal ad advice advlc advfce ¬
vice vlc yet and that until be does do he can cannot cannot oannot ¬
not make any statement He Hetuued assumed aitmed a aquizzical aquzzlc a aquizzical
quizzical l attitude during the th talk He Hewanted Howantw
Hci
wanted to think U over he said Poss Possibly PoeslbJy Possbly ¬ i
bly later ator on he may make some sort of ofstatement otstatomont o ostatement
statement that will define his feelings in inthe Inthe I Ithe
the matter matterBecause maWrBecauso mattrBecause
Because Foraker who boomed Harding Hardta Hardtafor
for the nomination had opposed oPp od the col colonel colonel co coonel ¬
onel Wtterly in the Qrownnvilto affufr affufrand atnttrand aftjand
and lor Orome o some aom time U ttg9 after fter it was wa thought thoughtthat thouglltthat thoughtthat
that T R R might m lit express press himself right rightthen rIghtthtn righithin
then and there thor But he did not notCoL notCot notCe
Cot Ce Roosevelt suggested that ho ana anahis aD4hfa an I Ih
his h Inquirers discuss dllcu some other topic topicThe topicThe topeThe
The Now York State situation was wasbrought WIIbroucht waibrought
brought up again pln The names nam of all allmen tbe tbemen Ulemen
men who have been mentioned during duringthe durmgthe durui duruithe
the past at few weeks wore run over A Ariport Ar L Lrtport
riport r stating that Representative Reprel ntative Ham Hamilton Haml1ton HamUtori ¬
ilton Fish is I out after the gubernatorial gubernatorialJob gubernatorlaJob
Job received no word from the colonel colonelHe colonelHe colonelHe
He said ld that Mr Fish Flaq Fs on hf b ha visit t to toSagamore toSapmore t tSagarnore
Sagamore HIM a a while ago o talked things thingsoverVlth thlnpoverwtth thingsOver
overVlth Over wtth him but that there was no nomention DOmention nomention
mention of his running for governor governorThe governorTbe governorThe
The colonel thought that nearly over overone everone overone >
one of tho names nam is worthy of o considera consideration con condoration ldOl ldOltJon ¬
tion He said that there Is f plenty 11 en t3 of oftime ortime oftime
time to go over the proposition propo ltion care carefully carefully carefufly ¬
fully and that so far k he h e i Is concerned concernedas cone OMlecJ OMlecJas
as a i citizen of the State Stt he wants to tohelp toelp toleIp
help the party secure the beat results resultsato reaulUana resultsaa
ana aa ato best possible pcNI bM candidate William H HHotchklss H HHotchklss
Hotchklss Hotcbkt who is I greatly admired by byOov BYGnv hyGiw
Oov Hughes was mentioned to Col ColRoosevelt ColROOIIovelt ColRooeovslt
Roosevelt yesterday by b Comptroller ComptrollerPrendorgast ComptrollerPrendWlJUt ComptrollerPrenderast
Prendorgast The colonel likes to bear bearof bearor hearor
or ea eaeb h h so that he h can get a a Une on the theavailable tbea theavailable
available a material It IS understood und tood that thatPresident thatPreeIdoat thatPresident
President Schurmen is I not notlikoly likely lIkol to prove provevery proveYery provevery
very heavy as a candidate candlc1 te because of ofhis orhl8 ofhis
his break with Oov Hughes on the direct directprimary directprimary directS
S primary question questionRelated qutJoaRelated questionRelated
Related to Vox PopuII PopuliThl PopullThis
This afternoon Col Roosevelt received receiveda
a letter from a wise person in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York who it is suspected is related to toVox toVox toVox
Vox Populi The writer informed the thecoloneUthat tbecolonlUtat thecolonehthat
coloneUthat he 11 had better not try tr to fool Coolthe foolthe
the public He referred to T R telling tellingthe tellingthe tellingthe
the reporters in New York tbat b be talked talkedliterature talkedJlteraturt talkedJiterature
literature with certain parties Wbon Wboneverybody when whoneverybody wheneverybody
everybody knew darned well that he was wastalking wastalking vastalking
talking politics politicsMaybe poltticMaybe politicsMaybe
Maybe you can toot the feebleminded feeblemindedreporters feoblmlndedreportors eblemInde eblemIndereportor
reporters the letter ran but ut you can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not fool the public like that that I fbtow iiow all allthe allthe
the tlrao tknu7 The colonel lIg is going to be becareful becaretul becareful I
careful in tho future futureRear futureRear futureRear
Rear Admiral W V S S Cowles CoI was a aguest aSUo aguest
guest SUo t at Sagamore agamore gamor Bill today Col ColRooeevelt ColROO8ovelt ColRoosevelt
Roosevelt kept pretty quiet He worked workedon workedon
on his hi speeches speechesTTTICA speechesUTICA peech peechUTIOA
TTTICA PRIMARIES TODAY TODAYXlooapvcltH TODAYnoo TODLYRoospvelts
XlooapvcltH noo c1t1i Nephew WIndS hu1 Up En Encrpfctic Energetic Energette
crpfctic Canvass for Nomination NominationUtica liomfnnttonUtica loniinntlonutica
Utica July 27The light that has been beenwaged beenwaged I Iwaged
waged among Herkimer Republicans Republicansduring Republicanduring Ropublicaniduring
during tho past few weeks over tho Con Congressional Congrcslon Congresslonal ¬
gressional l nomination will culminate to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow at the Drlmaries DrlmariesState nrlmarloState rrlmar1osState
State Committeeman Commlttoe Strobol asserted assertedtonight IINortedtonight aaserte I Itonight
tonight that the organization will carry carryevery Crlovery carr carrevery
every town for Representative ROJre ontatfvo Milling
ton but but on the other hand tho partisans partisansof part1sonor
of Theodore D Robinson nephew of offormer otformor at atforntor
former President Pro ldent Roosevelt who has hasmado hasmado ha hamade
mado a airy pry energetic canvass for tho thoCongressional thoCongre th thCongressional
Congressional Congre alonal nomination declare that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their candidate hae a a good chanco to towin towIn t tivin
win byj by a majority in tho county con convontlon convontlon conrontlon
vontlonQueen vontlon vontlonftnccn S Stuccn
Queen InveMtK 1ftvelltfn in Coal Lands LandsCullman Lnnd LnndCuUman LandsCuliman
Cullman Ala July 27 27Que 2iQucen Queen n Wllholmlna Wllholmina Wllhol Wllholmlna
mlna of Holland has recently invested investedabout Invoetodabout Invest I Iabout
about soeo i fMMO o in coal lands In this sec ¬
tion of Alabama and her
agents agen are arewilling arowilling ar arwilling
willing to make further investments I no tment AS ASa Asa 3 3a
a roault of Queen Wllholmlnas
Invest invostmont Inv05tmoot Investmoat
mont thoro has been organized the Cull Cullman Cullman Cullman
man Coal and an Coke
Company with a acapital acapital z I Icapital
capital stock of 2000000 The Queen Queenowns Queenowns Quectowns
owns nearly n arlY halt of the stock and tho thoremainder thoreml tluremainder
remainder reml nc1cr is hold by Holland capitalists
Clearance CI earance Sale S a 1 e xlSSS xlSSSMattings Today Tomorrow TomorrowMattings and
Mattings Summer Su mer Rugs and Linoleums LinoleumsAt LinoleumsAt LinoleumsAt
At Positively Less Than Cost CostHeavy CostHeavy CostHeavy
Heavy cork linoleum m in cork and parquetry parquetryFloor parquetryFloor parquetryIloor
Floor effects and fancy designs designs50c designs50c designs50c
50c grade special yard yard29c 29c 60c grade speol speo I yard yard34c yard34c75c 34c 34c75c 34c75c
75c grade special yard yard39c 39c 90c grade special yard 49c 49cRemnants 49cemnants 49cRemnants
Remnants emnants and Small Rugs Ru s in Matting Fiber Fibert FiberTogo
t Togo and Crex
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25 3x6 ftChina ft ft China Matting 25 3x6 ft Japanese Matting MattingV0 MattingRus atting attingRugs
61 69c
Rugs Rus V0 32 32c oor C Rugs
25 01 30x60 30 x 60 in tn Togo T ogo Rugs R Rugs59c ugs 59c 59 c
25 16x32in Togo togoRpgs Rugs Rigs39c 39c 25 3x6 ft ft Prairie Grass
25 3x6 ft Fiber Rugs 50c Rugs 60c 60cHASSOCKS 60cHASSOCKS 60cHASSOCKS
HASSOCKS HASSOCKSRound HASSOCKSRound HASSOCKSRound
Round Hassocks 50c value special 18c Star Shaped Sh ped 75c 75cvalue 75cvalue 75cvalue
value special 29c 29cWE 29cW 29cwe
WE W we B Po 0 Moses YJa4JdCd 6 W Sons W SonsWHAT VJiidj FandllthStsNW F and 11th StsNW
cteo DaUy 6 5 1
Saturday p Po m mWHAT me meWHAT
WHAT THE OHIO PLATFORM DOES DOESCommends DOESCommends DQESCommends
Commends in highest terms the th splendid administration of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Taft pledges pledg S him hearty support in his further efforts effortsas
as Chief Executive aryi and indorses him for renomination in 1912 1912Declares 1912Declares 1912Declares
Declares the achievements of the administration and of the thelast thelast thelast
last last last Congress unequaled in the history of the country and says saysthc says saysthe ays ayst1ie5have
the t1ie5have have strengthened the foreign prestige of the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The tariff bill it says has been unjustly assailed It was wasrevised wasrevised wasrevised
revised in accordance with Republican doctrines of protecting protectinghome protectinghome protectinghome
home industries and American labor and has justified the opec expectations opectations cxpectations ¬
tations of its friends Its maximum and minimum rates have haveoperated haveoperated haveoperated
operated to give us for the first time equal opportunity with other othernations othernations othernations
nations in foreign trade K It has h s given free trade to the Phil Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
ippines with sufficient limitations to protect home industries and andhas andhas andhas
has established a customs court courtIndorses courtIndorses courtIndorses
Indorses the principle of conservation conservati n and particularly the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents idea of conservation c the action of Congress in pro providing providing providing ¬
viding for the withdrawal of public lands from entry and settle settlement settlement settlenient ¬
ment and the reservation to the Federal government of the title titleto titleto titleto
to coal found thereonT thereo Demands Dcman s laws and their enforcement to toconserve tocons toconserve
conserve cons conserve rve natural resources and to prevent abuse of valuable de deposits dCkposits d r rand ¬
posits and water sites by mon9polies or combinations combinationsRecommends combinationsRecommends combinationsRecommends
Recommends ratification of income tax amendment amendmentIndorses amendmentIndorscs amendmentIndorses
Indorses regulation of public utilities by a commission co good goodroads oodroads roodroads
roads movement direct action by people on public franchises franchisespublicity franchIsespublicit franchisespublicity
publicity of campaign contributions home rule to municipalities municipalitiesemployers municipalitiescmplofcrs municipalitiesemployers
employers liability laws law and workmens workn ens compensation acts legis legislation legis1ation legislation ¬
lation for revival of our merchant marine mar Iie an adequate defense defensean defenseample
an ample navy a systematic betterment of our rivers harbors harborsand harborsand harborsand
and other waterways an amendment of antitrust laws for the theproper tbeProper theproper
proper regulation of monopolies and a new State constitution constitutionDenounces constitutionDenounces constitutionDenounces
Denounces declaration of plank in Ohio Ohib Democratic platform platformthat platformthat platformthat
that a certain dollaraday pension bill was introduced intro uced in the theFiftysixth theFiftysixth theFiftysixth
Fiftysixth Congress by an Ohio Democratic member
I
HARDING IS NAMED BY BYOHIO BYOHIO BYOHIO
OHIO REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSContinued REPUBLICANSContlnue
Continued from Page One Oneand OneRIld Onead
and this thl was quickly quicklydone done Harding was wasbrought wusbrought wasbrcught
brought bofore toe t convention nientlon by b Mr MrCox MrCox MrCox
Cox Mr Nevin and Maurice Matsche of ofCleveland ofCleveland
Cleveland and said in part partIn putUIn partIn 1
UIn In Ohio we can say a we v are for Will Willlam Willlain VI11 VI11lam
lam H H Taft and Republican principles principlesWo principlewJ principlesWe
Wo wJ can go to the people pae in sincerity and andin andIn andIn
in conscience I pledge to you 00 and andthrough androulh andthrough
through roulh you ou to the people of Ohio Oh1 that tbatthe thatthe thatthe
the first attribute which will 111 be demand demanded demonded demanded ¬
ed of every Republican seeking office is isthat Isthat Isthat
that ho be genuinely honest t all the time timeWo timeWe timeWe
We can point to things accomplished and andthings andthJng andthings
things promised We W 8 are going to preach preacheconomy preacheconom preachocquomy
j economy and then practice It It We will willdemand willdemand willdemand
demand that tblt public servants give to tootfice tootficetbe toolcethe office officetbe
tbe same devotion that they the would give giveto gioto giveto
to private busin businTlclcet butdnTlcJect business businessTicket
Ticket Is aindc Up UpFrancis UpFraDd UpFrancis
i Francis W Treadway the present Re Republican Ropublican Repubitcan ¬
publican lieutenant governor was wa nomi nominated nomInated nomInated ¬
nated by acclamation and tho ticket ticketcompleted ticketcomploted ticketcotnploted
completed as follows followsSecretary tollowsSecretary followsSecretary
Secretary of State StateGranvllIo GranvIHo W Moon Mooney lIooney
ey of Ashtabula AshtabulaState AshtabulaState AebtabulaState
State treasurer tr trcsurorRudy urorRud Rudy A A Archer Arch or of ofBolmont otBolmont ofBelmont
Bolmont Qounty CountyFor QountyFOr QountyPot
For attorney attarno generalUlysaos M Den Denman DontMn Denman
man of Lucas County CountyJustice CountyJtJce CountyJustice
Justice of Supreme Court CourtJudgo Judge W WB WB WB
B Crew of Morgan iorgan County CountyJustice CountyJuetlce CountyJustice
Justice of Supreme Ctfurt CObrtJ Cdurtrebge Jige e J r N NSummers NulDm8l NSummers
Summers ulDm8l of Clark County CountyClerk CountyClerk CountyClerk
Clerk of Supreme Court CourtJohn John S Mc McNutt 1ore 1oreNutt McNutt
Nutt Nutt of Columbiana County CountyWhere CountyWhite CountyWhe
Where was James R Garfield In all allthe aUtho allthe
the fuss His Hh name had not boon formal formally formalI formally ¬
ly I presented to tbe convention Tho Thoregulars Thoregulars Theregulars
regulars Irregulars Insurgents and non noninsurgents nonInsllrjents noninsirIents
insurgents Insllrjents are saying tonight that Mr MrGarfleld MrGufioJd MrGarfield
Garfield got rather small pickings after afterso ottorJIO afterso
so much caterwallng caterwallngGarfleld caterwallngGtu1lcld caterwalingGarfield
Garfield quit his hi fight this thl morning morningPaul morningPaul morningPaul
Paul Howland quit Tho standpat crowd crowdunder crowdund crowdUThdeD
under und SenatOr Sonat r Dick > leadership outgen outgeneraled outgenenlled outgeneraled ¬
eraled the radicals in the resolutions resolutionscommittee reaolutlonscommltt resolutlonccommittee
committee committeeDick commltt committeeDick < Q QDick
Dick stole Garfleids thunder on State StateIssues Statol StateIssues
Issues l ueL Tho Stato planks in the GarflolO GarflolOplatform Garfloldplatform GartloldpltfOIlfl
platform jtvere vero ero all inserted in Dicks Dicksplatform Dlcksplattorm Dicksplatform
platform But th thbulk bulk of Dicks resolu resolutions rooolutfona recointions ¬
tions in this State platforms plastered plasteredlavish pJasteredlavish plasteredlavish
lavish praiso o on Taft tho tariff and the theOhio theOhio theOhio
Ohio delegation In Congress The In Indorsement IndOr5O Inclorsoniont ¬
dorsement dOr5O oot of Taft for anothoKterni ano anotho t term terra was waswritten waswrlften wanwritten
written In Tho platform is i considered consideredthe consld red redthe redthe
the sHffout piece of standpattem pro prosontod prosontoo prosontetl
sontod by any Republican convention this thisyour thisoar thisyear
your yourDick yearDick oar oarDick
Dick dragged out the resolutions ro com committee committee cornmittue ¬
mittee work until 630 30 oclock this morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing It was almost convention time when whenGarfleld whenGarfioId whenGarfield
Garfield got a copy of the platform platformGarfleld plattormGarfield platformGarfield
Garfield did not have a majority re report re report report ¬
port prepared to otter the convention conventionHowland conventionHowland conventionHowland
Howland argued that Garfields Important ImportantState ImportantState importantState
State planks had been adopted in Dicks Dicksplatform Dicksplattorm Dickcplatform
platform and that he could get no mow
THE THEClaflin THEClafl THEClaflin
Claflin Clafl nOpt Optical cal Co CoAnnounces GoAnnounces COr COrAnnounces
Announces AnnouncesThe AnnouncesThe AnnouncesThe
The Opening of of Their The few New Store st re reAt
At 141 1416 1416New 1416New 6
1 New York Avenue N W WBranch WBranch WBranch
Branch of 907 F StreefrN Street N W
Howland argued against a minority mmorJt re re report roport
port but Kid he would pr prdoelred present one it itdoolred t C Cdesired
desired doelredThe doolredThe desiredThe
The final conference of the progressive progressiveleaders progresSIveIdols progrenvi S Soaders
leaders l was Wa hold on the pavement in infront Intront Ii i ifront
front of the NefTHbuae Garfield talked talkedmuch taJkedmuch talke I Imuch
much much but indefinitely while Iris friend friendfairly trloodsfaIrly S Sfairly
fairly danced wi wIh h impatience Finally Finallyhard Finallybard FIIII FIIIIbard
bard words wards rds began to fly and Garfleld Garfleldand Garftaldand Garflohand
and Howland were wOIo1barply Sharply told that they theywould tbeywoukl the V Vwould
would be accused of Quitting fin tUng th the fight or orailing or9LllIng o r raiIlng
9LllIng ailing to give the progressive delegations delegationsChe dIegaUonthe JeraUo JeraUolhe
the chance to makalne make be flght ght they the wanted wantedto wants wantsto ted tedto
to make
Hustled to the Hnlls HnllsAt llnU llnUAt HnILAt
At last Howland protesting that be bad badno badno 1354 11 11no
no formal draft of a platform to offer offerwas otrerwas off o owas
was bundled Ipto an automobile and hue huetied wetied luretied
tied to the convention hail He had hadnot hadnotmade not notmade t tmade
made up his mind when the hall was wasreached was18aOOocl wa S Sreached
reached whether he would offer his rose resolutions rolutlon roselutions ¬
lutions or not notMeanwhile notMcanwhllo notMeanwhilo
Meanwhile the Garfleld delegation had hadbeen ha a abeen
been waiting patiently for the signal l t tbattle to tobattle 0 0battle
battle They had expressed from the thefirst thofirst th B Bfirst
first that the standpat crowd would wouldcontrol WOUldcontrol wool d dcontrol
control the resolutions committee that thatPick thatDIck the Lt LtDick
DIck would write tho platform and that thattho thattllo the t ttheprogresslva
tho theprogresslva progressive progreNt fight would open with withthe withthe wit h hthe
the presenting of the minority mlnorU report reportWhen r8 r8When L LWhen
When they hoard that there was oven ovendoubt ovendoubt eve a adoubt
doubt whether a minority mlnorlt report would wouldbo wouldbo woul d dbe
bo presented they were simply dum dumfounded dumrounded a afounded
founded Howland How l decided he he would guld not notoffer notoffor m t toffer
offer his h1sminoity mlnoflty mlno it report This ended endedthe end ende CI CIthe d dthe
the Garfield fight in Ohio OhtoAnd OhioAnd OhioAnd
And what did that man Cox have to tosay tosay t o ocay
say about It all allNothing allNothing allNothing
Nothing save this tbl ThIs ticket nnd nndthe nndtho an d dthe
the work of f this contention is a return returnto rtur urn urnto B Bto
to sane politics politicsOHIO pol1UCIOHIO politicsOHIO
OHIO ELECTION ELECTIONPLEASING SELEQTIONPLEASING SELETIO
PLEASING TO TAFT TAFTCandidate TAFTCandidate TAPTCallthdate 1 1T 1PLEASIQ
T
Candidate and Platform Sat Satisfactory SatisfactolY Salisfactory ¬
isfactory to President PresidentBlddaford PresidentBlddetord PresidentBiddeford
Blddaford Pool lie July 27 27Tho The news newsthat nowsthat no vs vsthat i
that Warren G Harding of Maron Ohio Ohiohad Ohioh Ohi 0 0had
had h a been nominated by b the Buckeye Re Republican Re Republican R 0 0publican ¬
publican convention came to President PresidentTaft PresidentTart Presldei rt rtTaft I
Taft by wireless from Beverly late this thisafternoon ih1saftornoon ui is isaftnoon
afternoon When he stepped ashore here herethe herethe ha re rethe s
the President Pr ldent told friends who met et him himthat himthat hi rn rnthat t
that he considered Harding a good man manto mant ma Lfl LfltE j
to t tE make the fight against Harmon HarmonMr HarmonMr HarmonMr
Mr Taft thinks Harding is a forceful forcefulman forcef rcetul rcetulman ul ulman 1
man and tho best orator In Ohio with the theexception theexception ti e eexcopUon >
exception of former Senator Joseph JOIOPh B BForaker BForaJ B BForakor
Foraker ForaJ < er HIs H 18 entirely acceptable ocepta e to toti the thePresident thePresldont LO LOPresident i
President the friends of Mr Taft said saidtoday saidtoday sa Id Idtoday I
today Just how far the President Pre k1ent will willgo wl11go Ill Illgo j
go to t < show that he supports Harding Is Isproblematical Ifproblematlcol Isproblematical 5
problematical problematicalTho problematlcolThe problematicalThe
The fact that Boss Cox of Cincinnati Cincinnatiagainst C1nclnnaUagainst ti tiIr
against whom Mr Taft directed hot ver verbal ye yebal er erbal Ir ¬
bal shot In his famous Akron speech In j
1905 was wa defeated today tod since his candi candidate C6Ddidate canc It Itdate ¬
date Judge O B Brown of Dayton DIt on was wasnot wasnot w as asnot a
not named Is said not to be displeasing displeasingto dlsloasfngto disploash ag agto
to the President It became known here herethat herethat he To Tothat B
that Mr Taft never was opposed to the thecandidacy he hecandidacy e ecandidacy B
candidacy of James R Garfield nor In Infact Infnct infact t
fact to that of any of the other candi candidates candidates canc I Idates ¬
dates datesThe datesTho datesThe
The Tho Mayflower Mayflower is scheduled to leave leaveBIddeford looveBlddeford loa Va VaBiddeford j
BIddeford Pool tomorrow morning for forthe forthe f or orthe
the summer capital and Is due to ar arrive arrho a anrc ¬
rive nrc there at 3 oclock She came down downfrom downfrom do dofrom
from Casco Bay today todR arriving about aboutocloclf S Soclock 3ocJocK
oclock The big gasoline launch the thePresident thePresident ti tiPresident
President uses was out of commission commissiontemporarily commissiontempororliy commlssi n ntemporarily
temporarily tempororliy so the crowd ashore had to tofret totret tofret
fret impatiently until nearly near 5 oclock oclockWhen oclockWhen Ic IcWhen
When the Mayflower Mn fiower party hit tho little littlelanding Uttlelanding Ilti b blanding
landing stage It sank several inches and andthey andthe ni d dthey
they the had to tohurry hurry in to land landWhile landWhUo landWhile
While you yot think of It It telephone your yourWant yourWant yo U UWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Horaldandb Bora Id Idand
and andb bit II will be sent en you y U at at1 ji cent a word won d i
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FINANCE NAPOLEON NAPOLEONIS APOLEO APOLEOIs
IS JAILED IN I PARIS PARISHenri PARISHenri
Henri RochetteFound Guilty Guiltyof
of Embezzlement EmbezzlementHIS
r
HIS THIETYTHIRD ARREST ARRESTFnmoufl
Famous Promoter Whose Wonder Vondcrtnl Vonder Vonderful
ful Schemes Involving Legislators Legislatorsand Legllllntorannd
and Prominent Men Ien of Franco Had HndExenled i iExcf
Excf Exenled d Country Countr for Two Years Yea In InFlnnlly IFinan
Finally Finan Brought to Trial TrialParis TrialParIs
5
Paris July 27 THonrl Henri Rochette Ro hette the theFrench theFronch
French Napoleon of finance finance who planned plannedthe plannodthe
the most wonderful schemes and involved involvedlegislators InvOlvedI
legislators ftind Jnd nd others in his plans was wastoday wastodty
today found guilty of embezzlement embezzlementHe
I
He was sentenced to two years oara Im Imprisonment ImprIsonment ¬
prisonment prIsonment and to pay a flno M o of WO WOThe 900 900Tho 800Tho
Tho affaire Rochetto has excited excitedFranco oxclt oxcltFrtlnco d
Franco since March lOGS and only re recently recently ¬
cently was the cause of several severallntorpeUa severallntorpeUatlons Interpella Interpellations ¬
tions in the Chamber of Deputies as to towhether toWhothor
whether former Premier Clemanceau Clomenccau M MLoplno MLoplno
Loplno tho prefect of Paris and other otherprominent otherpromlnont
prominent mon wore Involved in tho thoscandal thoscandal
scandal scandalRochetto scandalRochette
Rochetto began his career as an errand errandboy errandboy errandboy
boy In a country saloon He went to toParis toPUll
Paris took a course in a commercial commercialschool commercialschool
school and launched out as a company companypromoter
promoter promotor JEIe was a bit more mare than titantwentyone thantwon
twentyone twon ono years old Not No a year ear Ws Wspassed MIpgsed has
passed since Inee 1CW that that ho has not pro promoted promood ¬
mood some company with a capital C8 pi ta1 of ofmillions ormillion ofmiluIon
millions million of francs tran Branch offices of his hisParis billPrl hisPar1
Paris Par1 house were estabUabod in forty or ori orfitt
i fifty different French cities He catered cateredparticularly cateredparticularly cateredparticularly
particularly to small invo8tors Invostorland > and with withthe withthe
the wonderful returns which he made madesucceeded made8uooeooOO madesucceeded
succeeded In Interesting some of the most mostprominent moetpron
prominent pron Aent men In the republic In his hieschemes hlBschemes
schemes schemesPlanned schemesPlnnncd I Ia
a Planned Railroad Combine CombineAt
At the time of his arrest 8 little UWo more morethan morotban
than two years ago he was planning to toconsolidate tocoRsoUdate
consolidate the entire traffic system of ofParis ofParle
Paris on a scale and plan similar to that thatIn thatIn thatIn
In New York This scheme would have haveinvolved have1olvoo
involved him in an issue of stocks tock and andbonds andbonda
bonds to the amount of lOOOfiflO000 francs francsJust trancsJuat francsJust
Just about this tune Rochotto R tt was ar arrested ar arrtod ¬
rested charged with 101 embezzlement the theamount theamount theamount
amount of which It 1tWU > was rs said might mightreach mlcbtroach rnihtroach
roach IM JooO lOGlbG > Ott francs francsTwo traDesTwo
Two of Rochettes enterprises were the thoBanque tb tbBanque theBnque
Banque Franco EspagnoJfe and the theCredit theCredit
Credit Minler Unlor Those yielded v 1 12 per percant percont peecent
cant a year Rochette did business bu on onan on onan
an average ye o of about moo aGocl < > a day But Butthe Buttht Thaithe
the brokers suddenly sold out his shares shareson shar sharon 1 1eel
on March 22 1208 l and the next day Ro Rocbotte Rochotbt Rechette
cbotte was wa arrested It was wa said that tbo tboSfMoutators thopoou1Ator tlupcuIatOr
SfMoutators who sold Roehette out had hadrecttyad hadreelyo hadreeolyed
recttyad the tip from official o lclat sources sourc as asto ato aa
to what would happen and that they theycleaned theyc181100 theacleaned
cleaned up SKDOOO I by b y the operation operationAn operationAn operationAn
An investigation InvEMltl UD1 was made Into the thecondition theoondltton tlv a aoondltlon
condition of the two concerns referred to toabove toabOvo t tabove
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above Greatly Great to > the surprise of every everyone MGryORO averywas ¬
one ORO it was s found that tha they wore ap apparently app apparently ¬
parently parentlyv p rontl v sound and prosperous pro perous In the thesafes theaato th thsafes
safes of the Credit CrodJt Minter alone there therewere therewera thenwere
were found f0un4 tIIOOO t9DQ CCQ In bank notes noW and andgold alNlSokl am
gold and OOOQ0 OOocroo OOO In valid securities securitiesArrest HCarJUeaArrct securitiesArrest
Arrest la Denounced DenouncedThe DenoancedTho DenouncedThe
The Rochetto followers folio denounced desa bis bisarrest h18arrMt hli B Barrest
arrest and said he shonjtt sbo be free Cr in inorder InonScr Ii t tOrder
order to continue his business b But the theauthorities theauthorities tbi a aauthorities
authorities who were mixed up in tho thoaffaire thoarcalre tb tbaftaire
affaire de BourSe Boure did not want want this thisand this thisad thisand
and had the Credit Mintor tater declared of officially oCAelally ofeielly ¬
ficially eielly bankrupt bankruptThte bankruptThlB bankruptThis
This tied use Roehette up as the Credit CreditMinler ClfICIltMJnler t tMinier
Minler was w his principal source for se securing se securing socuring ¬
curing working wor workIzi capital for f c his ht5proSe enter enterprise enteririso ¬
proSe Rocbetto however succeeded In Inborrowing Inborring Ii a aborrowing
borrowing 130000 O from other financiers financiersand ftaaDc1eraand Itnancberaand
and with great judgment and skill car carried CIUrled ¬
carI
ned on the affairs of his hi companies companiesRoehette conapan conapanRochette companiesRochette I
Rochette was wa brought ucht before tqe he police policecourt polleecourt Sa S
court thirtythree times Urn in the last two twoyears twoyoars tw twyenr a
years and finally was w brought to trial trialHe trialIre tri L
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Ire always Insisted that there was wasconnection a aconnection aconnection I
connection between his h hi arrest arre t and nd tho thocoup thocoup th 0 0cQup
coup do Bourse o by which government governmentofficials g g6vernmou nmoat nmoatofficiall t tofficials
officials cleaned up thousands The mat matter matter matter ¬
ter was finally finI1 brought up in the Cham Chamber Chamber I Iber ¬
ber and M Lepine was called upon to toexplain tooplaln t 0 0explain
explain his conduct oondVrt in arresting arre dag Ro Rochetto Rochetto Rcchetto ¬
chetto Serious charges cb ¼ rge were also made madeagainst madeagainst mad a aagainst
against former Premier Pr tmJOl Clemenceau Clemen Mu who whoIs wh 0 0IS
Is now in Buenos ° A3Tes r yres to theeffect theeffectthat tbee4ectthat t tthat
that he had realized re lIzet1 V00 O by the afalre af affaire aifaire ¬
faire Rocbette and several duels were werethreatened weretbroatonod wer C Cthreatened
threatened tbroatonodFinally threatenedFinally
Finally Parliament pasd a vote of ofconfidence orcon c f fcontidouco
confidence con donco In M lL Briands ministry and andleft andlett an anleft
left the whole matter to tho law courts courtsfor courtato a afor
for to settlement settlementYICABOYPLA1 sattlementYI settlementYe
YICABOYPLA1 YICABOYPLA1WALK YI M IYJ1 C A AIBOY BOY PLANS PLANSWALK PLANSI
WALK ROUND EARTH EARTHAsserts EARTHAsserts I IAsserts I
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5 in Two Years Y YearsThere eal ealThoro
Thoro vis Is a young pedestrian at the thelooal t 10 10local
local Y M M C A A who will walk around aroundtho aroundtho arous Ld Ldthe I
tho world in two years yoarsthat oarsthnt that Is hell do doIt 10 10It >
it if some one will post 5000 5000 Just as assoon assoon r L5 L5soon
soon as a the money IB up the lad will 111 hit hittho h It Itthe 1
tho trail trtlllT trailT
T F McCune a secretary of the Y
11 MC C A is the manager mana or of the Woston Wostonwhose 9estOn 9estOnwhoso esto estowhose ri
whose name ho will not disclose discloseHe discloseIto lscloseHo
He is not no particular where he starts startsOr starl ts tsor 3
or In what direction he Is asked to go goor goor o oor j
or at what time of the year yO 1r the summons summonscomes summonscomes summor 35 35comes 5
comes tho manager says uHe He Is agree agreeable 0 0able
able to anything and will come back backIn bac rk rkre c
In two years to the very ery spot whore wbore1o wbore1ostarted whorestarted hc re 2
started startedThis startedThis
This young oung pedestrian has been hit hitting hUtlng 131 t tting ¬
ting the dusty duet highways around Wash Washington VD5hIngton ti tiIngton ¬
ington for the last six si months and ho hoIs hOIs Th Thto a
Is familiar with the roads leading leadingAlexandria to toAlexandria 0
Alexandria Rockvllle and Lauref His Hislest HIslest H Is Islest s
lest great feat was a walk to Bladens Bladensburg 5 5burg
burg and return and an now he h 13e4 opines opinesthat opinesthllt opin so sothat 3
that ho can walk around the world worldThore worldThere
There have been many who have haCvalkcd ha D cwalked
walked around tho world by foot before beforebut So Sobut
but he will be the only one who has hasever h is isTo 3
ever undertaken the t stroll alone He Hesays Hesa I Isays To 9
says sa s he is Isnot not at all anxious about find findIng fin d ding
Ing his way and intends to lake take all allthe allthe r Lii LiithC5hortOut5 1
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COMES TO GRIEF GRIEFContinued GRIEFCouthuled GRIEFContinued
Continued from fro Page One Onedated Onedted Oneated
dated el ated In harmony with Judge Moore and andMr andMr andr
elth Mr M elM r Bold tho other dominant persons In Inthe Inthe Ine
the th e Rock Island Company These old oldRock oldRock oldock
Rock Rock R ock Island men had lots lor cast eyes at atLohlga atLehlgn athiga
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I Lohlga Le higa Valley and presently prGSe Uy directed Dr DrPearsons DrIoarsons Drarsons
Pearsons Po Poth arsons attention to that property propertyPrice propertyPrieD propertyPrice
Price Goes G God e J Up UpDr UPDr UpDr
Dr Pearson made I an examination of ofthat orthat Ofat
t that th at property also and recommended It to toIlls tobls tos
Ills iri s Canadian and British frlonds and got gottheln gotmell gotolc
irith
theln th olc money Into It as It was put into intoRock IntoRock intoock
Rock R thR ock Island iShlgh I hIgh Valley stock was wassold wasld wasld
sold co ld as low as 67 In the early part of last lastyear lastyo lastar
year yo ye ar r and soared to 112 as a a result result In Inpart Inpart inrt
part pa rt to these purchases purchasesHero purchaaesHore purchasesHora
Hero the paths of the old and new Bock BockIsland RockIsland Bockland
Island Is land mon seem to have diverged The Theothers Thoothers Thehers
others ot hers were content with the expansion expansionthey expansionthoy expansioney
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they th thhi ey had already nlrcaoymade made Dr Pearson and andhis cndhis ands
his hi s associates went w went nt further until as It be became be becmmeknown beme ¬
came cmmeknown ca me known today to ay they had bought Into Intocompanies Intocompanies intompanies
companies co mpanies with a stock capitalization capitalizationfully ot ottull oflly
fully tull fu lly 485000060 par value and controlling controlllngIaSi7 controllingSTT
12377 lO STT mil n l of road extending from the theAtlantic theAtlanUc thetlantic
Atlantic A tlantic jo the Pacific PacificThese PacificThose c cThOle
These other operations oJ traUon > were conducted conductedsecretly conductedHCreUy conductedcretly
secretly se cretly It wag wa known and publicly publiclyannounced publiclyannounced publiclynnounced
announced a that the syndicate had ac acquired acqured axulred ¬
quired q ulred heavy Interests In Rock Rock Island and andJehlgh andJA andetIigh
Jehlgh JA J4 etIigh Valley bat not until today did didIt didi
i It come come 01D8 out Dr Pearson and his friends friendshad friendshad friendsad
had h ad gone further and made purchases of ofAm ofmerican
Am AmerJean A ri n railroad stocks on a scale un undoubtedly undou nitoubtedly ¬
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doubtedly dou d t 1y never paralleled by any an one onegroup onecroup oneroup
group g roup of foreign capitalist at any one onetime OROtime cueme
time timeLehlgh ti me meLehigh
timeLehigh
Lehigh Valley runs from New York to toBuffalo toBuffa1o
Buffalo B uffalo and Rock Island from Chicago Chicagowest OhIcBgoWMt Chicagoest
west w est to Denver Here was a big gap gapbetween gapbetween gapetween
between b etween Buffalo and Chicago and the thesyndicate thssyndicate theyndicate
syndicate s bought into the Wabash rabasb a road roadloosely road1001I01 roadoosely
loosely 1001I01 l controlled by tho Gould GouldJ Couldi which whichconnect wAlchconnectS whichonnectt
connect connectS c those two cities citiesGet citiesGet
5 Get ailatiourl Pacific PacificFrom Pacific1rom
From Denver to the th Pacific Pc c Coast the thebest thebelit
best b est available a route was by the Denver Denverand Denverand
and n1 Rio Grande which owns twothird twothirdof twothfrdlt twothfrdltot
of o f the stock of th t4 recently completed completedWestern completedrtorn
Western rtorn Pacific But 40 per cent of the theDenver theDenver
Denver D enver and fld Rio Grande stock > toek te s owned ownedby ownedy
by b y the Missouri Padflc Pacltk so that in order orderto ord ordto I
to 0 acquire influence in Denver it was wasry wasneeeMary
neeeMary n ry also to t acquire substantial eub tantiel in influence inJluence ¬
fluence A uience in n Missouri US8 Ouri Pacific From East Bastto EalJtto
to t o West the contemplated transconti transcontinental traascontlnentaI ¬
nental n system em was then conjured up as asmay a amay
may be seen in the following table glv giving glvIDS ¬
IDS l ug the raUroags raUro mileage and capital capitalstock capitAlstoek capitaltock
stock stockLett s
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Lett LebtI VaBqyamaasc 141 cartel ca stock J JOOMMi
OOMMi 0 o
OOMMiiHHtteise wWee iHHtteise UM t espital 1 1aDd stock SSJOOQUttO SSJOOQUttOart
eee art mMMOO pnlamc pnlamcRock tnIIaetLReck d
Rock IibodMBatsa ItIIa6 SOU otptal I etook ootDa sicoksim 860
0 Da sim JU ecea tammim awl S0I5 > rot rotP pnfcmd pnfcmdVteoart
Vteoart rQHV P pseMUg MH o g 3J 3779 m capital tsl aUdc ttck II IInw r rwet
wet wetDWMT
DWMT D and Bio GraafeMlla Crawl a 2JM 3 capital capitalHock capMalMIoet capitale
Hock M e S31roJ W 3 CMBtaon find WCOMOI 0 It4 preferred preferredWflftcn JC8lcmdW ed
Wflftcn W Padfeunaae PimcMn W ojptal a4311a1esd stack stacko UKkowcI
o owcI rnad esd by b Dower and as Rio Greed QnadaTotal OrudILfota1
Total JalleaPJ fleas nST V toad capital Heck sck tM tMStory 54ML 54MStory M MStory
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Story May JIu Never DC Known KnownJust nnowuJut
Just how well the syndicate te got along alongwith aJongwith alongwith
with Its purchases could not be L learned learnedtotoy loamodtoctay
totoy t Now that the bulk of Us ta hold holdings hokllna ¬
ings have been transferred at private privatesale privateIe privatemis
sale Ie the extent of the operations may maynever mayneYer mayexactly
never be exactly or approximately approximatelyknown approximatelYkDown approximatelyknown
known But it is known that it bought boughtheavily boughtbeY1I boughtheRvily
heavily beY1I Into Wabash and heavily into intoDenver IntoDenver
Denver before its I operations ceased per perforce pertore ¬
force tore fore with the turn in the market in the theearly theearl theearty
early part of the year and tho COMe oonseguent COMequ8ftt comaeluesit
guent e steady e dy Increasing disinclination of ofinvestors otIaY
investors IaY to go jbeaattr sfll into railroad se seetsrlUefl socurItIo e ecadtlee
etsrlUefl vntX dI political and nd legal prtbtenw prtbtenwwere pr bicma
were settled settledThe settledThe
The Tb Canadian Conadlani and Eg Eqjdshmen tfshmen n asso associate IIIOdattC asicelated ¬
elated with Pearson in his enterprises enterpriseshave entefllMsDot enterprisesnot
have not been madb mat known nor would wouldthe wouldtM wouldthe
the banker who took over 0 the syndi syndicates SyDdteat ¬
eaten eat or representatives re reHI of Dr Pearson Pearsondisclose Pearsond
disclose d their names today The Thtt doctor doctorhimself doeUKbtuutelt doctorleft
himself left his New York headquarters headquartersat eedquartersat ns nsat
at SB Broad street t for his summer home homeat homeat homeat
at Great Harrington Muse as soon 110011the as asthe asthe
the arrangements ts with Kuhn Loch LeebCo LoebCo Lochen
Co were completed completedProminent Ieted IetedProminent
Prominent Men Interested InterestedIn
In fete Mexican and South American Americanventures AmdeaneatUraill Americanventurd
ventures there have appeared as Dr DrPearsons DrPeeons DrPearsons
Pearsons associates such prominent men menas manq nten5k
as Sir William Van Home H chairman ohlr of oftho otthe ofthe
the board of directors of the Csnefflan CsnefflanPacific CanaltanPut Canaftianp5ffl
Pacific Put e William McKenzie one of the thebuilders thebul1de1ll thebuilders
builders of the Canadian Northern NOrthetnand NOrthetnandlike and andlike andlike
like Sir William Van Home one of the thegreatest thegreatest thegeat
greatest railroad constructors in Canada CanadaG Canaqa CanaqaG
G A A Cox and Sir H IL M Pelfett of To Toronto To Torooto Toroute ¬
route Z Z A A Lash K l C and many other otherCanadians oUaarCtu otherJoini
Canadians John Cauval and Edward EdwardQuellen EdYltrdQueUen I IQuellei
Quellen E Eo C 0 of o Pars W Verttraston Verttrastonof vlr truton trutonof
of Brussels H R M Hubbard and K R M MHornePayner lLHornePayne MHomePayne
j HornePayner HornePayne of London and many other otherEnglishmen otherEngl otherEnglishmen
Englishmen EnglishmenThe EnglishmenThe luHa luHaThe
The holdings of the syndicate ndlC8te though thoughprobably thoughprobabb L LIrrobalib
probably representing an Investment ef efat erat 1 1at
at least at 6000000 018000 were seemingly amply amplyprotected amplyprotected ampi ampiprotectej
protected In in n the early part of tho year yearStocks yearStocks yearStocks
Stocks and bonds owned by it were werepledged wereplcdgod wortpledged
pledged on loans made by b bankers in inthis Inthis Ir I Ithis
this city and London but tho margin on onthese ontl1c L Lthese
these tl1c e loans teemed to be sufficiently sumclenU wide wideto wldoto whitto
to provide for any but abnormal and ex extraordinary extraordinary oxtraordtnary ¬
traordinary fluctuations in he he security securitymarkets 80cudtymarkets socurIt socurItmarkets
markets But when Rock Island com common common cornmon ¬
mon declined twentynine points and the thepreferred thepreterrOd tlupreferred
preferred tventyone twen ono points from the theprices thoprftes thaprtce
prices early carl in tho year ear there wore losses Jossesof 3 3of j jof
of more mOre than thirty thlr points in Lenigh LenighValley Leliip LeliipValley I IValley
Valley of twelve points In Wabaeh Wabfihcom Wabfihcommono com common cornmen ¬
mon mono and twentynine points In Wabash Wabashpreferred Wabashprolerred L Lpreferred
preferred and of nineteen points in insour MJs MJssourt MJssour
sourt sour Pacific Pacificft Pacl Pacificseems c cit
ft seems to have been about that time timethat tim 3 3that
that the banks began b gan looking for addl addltionsl addltlon additIonal
tionsl tlon l collateral and and that the loans loanscamo be became bet35ZflO
came insecure ure At any rate roto the syndi syndicate
cate began to cut down its holdings The Themarket Themark 3
market mark t was a bad one on which to place placestocks placestocks placistocks a
stocks like the Rock Island Wabash and andMissouri aooMISIOurl an I
IS
Missouri Pacific Pacl c issues all of thorn thOl stocks stocksfthat stocksthat stockthat S
fthat that pay pa no dividends and money ws WS WSfirst
first raised by b the sale of big blocks of oCtbo 0 0the C
the Chicago hlcago Rock Island and Pacific eel 0011nteral eel1atral
lateral trust bonds bondsLarge bondsLnrge bondsLarge
Large Sale of Honda Hondac llon la laIg
In D th the course of the theliQuidation liquidation of these th86ewhich thee theewhich
which which ended nd about two weeks ago and andwhich andwhich an anwhich
which then further unsettled un ottJltd the security securitymarkets HCUl1
secnrlti
markets mork markSts ts the tbobonda bonds declined about a out fifteen fifteenpoints fiftenpolnW 1ltdipolnts i
points polnW which Is an extraordinary lees for torn ro r ra
a bond and It is known that ablock of ot1iJOO o f fSUOO000
1500000 1iJOO of them was taken over at pri private prIvate
vate transfer transferAfter trans transferAfter for forAfter
After this transaction most of the th par partlesintcre parties
ties tlesintcre interested ted felt themselves secure in intho inthe
the rest ot their holdingsFor holdings o1dtngsFor
For a reason that has not been ox explalncC oxplalne oxplalnad
plalncC and may have beV been nothing more morethan
j than th thQj action of banks in strengthening strengtheningreserves
reserves r tU rv by b calling loans on nondivldend nondivldendstocks nondividendstocks
stocks the syndicate s ndlC6te was again called calledupon
upon last week Undoubtedly Its mem members inernbers ¬
I bers could have marshaled resources nut sufficlent nutficient
ficlent to meet the call for neither nelth Dr DrPearson DrPearson
Pearson nor his associates as oolates is considered consideredseriously consideredseriously
seriously crippled but the syndicate as asa un asa
a wholewas unwilling to respond or at atleast atleast
least did not respond respondGlllesplc respondGlllesple respondGillespie
Glllesplc la I Defeated DefeatedAustin DefeatedAustin DefeatedAustin
Austin Texas July 27 2iCompleto Complete re returns returns returns ¬
turns from last Saturdays primaries primariesshow prImariesshow primariesshow
show that the only ony onI member ojthe q4 the jl pros nraeont prosoat
ont Congressional delegation defeated defeatedfor def8atedI defeatedfor
for nomination Is O W V Gillespie of tho thoTwelfth thoTwelfth theTwelfth
I Twelfth district Oscar Galloway Js Jsnominated jsnominated
nominated a < u a his hi5 successor successorS
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WOlIENS W bone In black and colors colorsVomens I IWomens Iromens
Womens Untrimmed Hats leghorns tuecana tu canl chips and
hair hats some medium and some 110m large shapes al pes
Childrens trimmed < hats some trimmed with ribbon streamers some somewith somewith somewith
with rott rosettes and bows how and some with scarfs f milans and panamas panamaschildrens m Also Alsochildrens AI AIchildrens
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IN SECOND READING READINGPremier READINGPremier
Premier P remier Defines efil1 s Government GovernmentAttitude GovernmentAttitude
Attitude on Question QuestionLondon QuestionLoD40n
London July 27 rtPr 21Prsenior Prarater mktr Aequlth A In Inmoving InmovIng
moving m oving the second reading of the sores accession ace aceIdcm ¬
mab
sion ab a declaration doc rat1on in the House of Com Commons Commons Cornona
mons m ona today stated that the government governmentwas
was w as prepared pre 6d to consider any anY suggested suggestedalteration suggeetedaJterat10l suggestedteration
alteration aJterat10l al teration in the form of words in the now newoath nowoath
oath o < ath which was wa likely to meet general generalconcurrence generalCOneurTenoe generaloneurr0005
concurrence concurrenceThe COneurTenoeThe c <
The governments COV mmeots suggested declara declaration dec1r1 ¬
tion U on was to the effect that the King was wasa wua
a faithful Protestant and that he would wouldaccording wouldaccording wouldccording
according a to the th true Intent of the enact enactments el ctmoots enactents ¬
moots m ents which secured Protestant succes succession SUCCMlion euccesbon ¬
lion s bon to the tn throne hold and maintain maintainsuch Dalntaln Dalntalnsuch maintainuch
such s uch enactments to the best of his hispowers h hpowera hisowera
powers powersMr poweraIr p owera oweraMr
Mr Ir AgarRebarte Mw Liberal member memberfor memberfOr memberor
for f or th the middle division of Cornwall Cornwallraoved Cornwallr
raoved r m oved the rejection o of the bill In doing doingso
so s o he said the amended or new declaration declaratton declara dicieraon ¬
tion ti on had excited the strongest opposi opposition opposition oppo1lea ¬
tion f lea from Lands nd to John oGroats oGroafsMr oGroatsYr oGroatsMr
Mr AgarRoberfs motion was rejected rejectedby rejeetedb
by b y a vote of 410 to Si St 1 and the bill was waspassed wapu wasassed
passed p assed on Us second secotlreading secotlreadingThe reading readingThe rctlagThe
The large Iar < e majority was due to Mr MrAsqulths MrAsqutths Mrequiths
Asqulths A elimination from the bill of ofthe otthe ofthe
the reference to the tb Church of England Englandas EqlaBdeetabllabed
as established by law This Immediately Immediatelyappeased ImmecUatelyappease4
appeased a a number of ministerialists who whowould whowould
would otherwise have opposed tbe bill billTho billTho billhe
Tho T he minority consisted of Irreconcilable IrreconcilableandpapHts lrrecoucUabieanUpaptlitil IrreconcIlablendpaptz
andpapHts a who would not be satisfied satisfiedwith at1dedv1th eatissdwith
with anything short of damning dmnI Roman RomanCathoUdetn RomaaCa RomanCatholicism
Catholicism CathoUdetnThe Ca CatholicismThe tJtoI6c1em tJtoI6c1emlhe
The old accession oath etk denounced the tbepractices thepraette theractice
practices p ractice of the Roman Catholic Church Churchhi CaurchIa cmrcbn
hi i n regard to the adoration 8A1on O of the Virgin VirginMary VkgtaDd VirginMRrT
Mary and the saints ts M svpsrstttietts svpsrstttiettsand
I and Jdtr Idokttreae The sow oath tb as In iatrodpced Inrodaned
I trodpced t by the a palm ntyrfster str tK eft July JulyX JuisS 1IlT 1IlToadt8
X omits all reference ref to Catholic be beHefs be beliefs beists S
Hefs l and reads rea as follows followsI toUowwuI followI
uI I do solemnly and sincerely and to tothe fathe inthe
the presence eace of God profess testify and anddeclare allddeelare I Ideclare
declare that I am a a faithful member of oftbe S
I the Protestant Prot tnt Church as by law 1 lawabUshed es established et ¬
tablished t t U81fed in England EnglaDd and n I shall accord according aceo aceoug ¬
ing l ug to thetrue tht Uk tnae intent of the enactments enactmentswhiSh eaaetDMIItsI enacturentiwhii
I whiSh whii h secbrad s the Protestant succes succession ¬
1 sion to the throne of my realm uphold upholdand upboldaDd upholdand I
and maintain the said enactments to the thebest thiS
I best of my m powers and according to law lawnaiTOE lawLIQUOR lawliQUOR S
LIQUOR EIGHT taHT IN IOWA IOWADcmdcratlo IOWAI IOWADemJcratlo
I Dcmdcratlo Demdcratlu Convention Turns Down DovrnCounty DownCounty
I County Option After Battle BattleOttumwa DnttleOttumwa BattleOttumwa
Ottumwa Iowa Iowa July 27 iTIle The Demo Democratic DemoI Democrado ¬
I cratic State Stat convention was marked to today toi today ¬
i day by a a brilliant fight over local option optionThe optionThe opdonThe
The high license wing wID which holds tile tilemunld tffi triemunicipality I ImunIcI11ty
municipality munld tt7 to be the proper unit u lt won wona wonI woe t ta
a a sweeping victory over the advocates of ofthe ofthe o othe
the county option plan planFor pIIuIFor planFor
For hours the reeotuHons committee committeebttMd eommhteebttWd oommLttebattIM
bttMd and finally made Its report Gen GenJames GenJam GsaJames
James Jam B Weaver offered an amendment amendmentembodying meDdlllelltI ameucimenembodying
I embodying the tJa Bryan plan ExCon ExCongressman ExCongrct ExConrema ¬
gressman rema 8 Martin J Wade championed the themajority th thmtjorlty
i majority m JOllty report Tbe latter report was wasadopted wuI ver veradoptodbyavoteofi8ltol7S
I adopted adoptodbyavoteofi8ltol7S adoptodbyavoteofi8ltol7SUpon by a vote Gte of to 118 118Upon 178Upon
Upon a platform which denounces ihe ihetarltt thi thitariff he hetariff
tariff law as class legislation declares declaresfor cIeeJarMtor declarefor
for the Initiative and referendum refer odum and the theelection theelection tb S Selection
election of United States Stat Senators by di direct diroot ¬
I
root vote the convention ratified the theticket theticket tb I Iticket
ticket nominated at t the primary JlI of June I
7 the head of which is Claud R R Porter Porterof PorLerof Porterof
of Centerville CentervillePEOBE CeotervWeI CenterviflePROBE
PROBE USE OF MONEY KONEYi KONEYTexas NONEYTexas
I i
I Texas Legislators LeglJlJt rs Will VIII Investigate InvestigateI TnvestlgnteChnrge 3 3Charges
I Charges of borrupUon borruptionAustin Corruption CorruptionAustin
II Austin Tex July 27 1u An exhaustive eDlaullUveInv exhaustiveInvestigation C Cinvestigation
Investigation Inv UpUOn of o the alleged aU improper use useI useQt no C CQf
I of money in the recent Democratic cam campaign catRpalp earnpaign ¬
paign to bring about the nomination of ofO orO o r
O B Cokyultt for governor vernor by the anti antiprohibition antiprohibition antiprohibitIon
prohibition element of the State is I to be bemade bemade b 0 0p
made by the legislature The house to today todn today p ¬
day dn adopted a it resolution providing for fortho tortho fo r rthe
tho appointment of a a special committee committeeto aoaamIU C Cto
to make the investigation iDvcdU Uon on the broadest broadestpossible It Itpossible t tpossible
possible lines linesOther linesOthorchargeasatothoailogedueo
Other Othorchargeasatothoailogedueo Othorchargeasatothoailogedueomoney charges e as to the alleged aUet td use of ofmoney ofmoney
money in the last legislature 1e to defeat defeatthe detttho dsithe
the submission submission of a constitutional constitutionalamendment constitutiomamendment
amendment providing for Statewide pro prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition to a vote of the people and ad in inthe i a athe
the recent political I campaign for State Stateand Stt 0 0and
and district officers are to be probed probedGTITHBJE probtdGUTHRIE probedGUTBItIE
GUTHRIE RETAINS CAPITAL CAPITALSupreme CAPITALSupreme CAPITALS CAPITALSupreme
S
Supreme Court of ofOklnhonln Oklahoma Decides DecidesTempOrnr S STemporary i iTemporary
Temporary Injunction InjunctionGuthrie InjunctionGrthrle
Guthrie G thrle Okla July 27 WGuthrie GutbrJe Guthrle won In Inthe I a athe
the Supreme Court today the court coax t
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THE T HE PHILLIPS HOUSE HOUSEkeen
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HOTEL JACKSON JACKSONTHE
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and a ed booklet on reset requet MORRIS UJOHNSON L I JOHNSON JOHNSONHOTEL YOliNSONHOTEL
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and eiratir and tonie baths clTen ftD in the bath de department de 6 6artrewt ¬
partment attached to th the hotel Statiou StatiouaU StatIO boa nsta
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bookie MNM and wwreolr poacfl JeIIICeadt7 urdi 23d t tcindty MAMOJ MAMOJCapacity
Capacity 369 3 A A iI E E MARION MARIONHOTELS MAXIOMomis ION IONHOTELS
HOTELS HOTELSWASIIIXGTOPf HOTELSSt omis omisWAShINGTON
St James Europea EuropeaAS1IINGTON
WASIIIXGTOPf 1 D > C Cdenying 0 1 l47 l47deifying 7 7dedrlDg
I
denying the writ of prohibition asked b bthe bthe by bythe >
the governor to enjoin Judge Raton Hustonin
in the District Court from enforcing thoi thoitajuction th thiuJuctl9n theinjuction
tajuction issued by him to restrain restrainremoVal thai thairemoval thciremoval
removal remoVal of State offices oces and records fronv fronvGuthrie rrosnGuthrie froxaOUtlIIIe
Guthrie to ok Oklahoma City CityAll CityAU GityAll
All State Stat officers with the exception ex 05 05the ofitlM o othe
the governor over whom the eourt hoidai hoidaino holdeinot
11 no jurisdiction are required to remain in inGdthrie InGlit1uie inq
Glit1uie q Gdthrie usrie pending a Anal determination oC oCthe eftiLe t tUte
the Ute case 5O on its merits In the court Thai Thaidecision TbBd Th Thdecision
decision means that the State depart departmeats departmenta deprtmeats
meats will remain in Guthrie for sev sevmonths severaII severaIImoath sveraXmonths
months at least leastGIEL leutGmL leastGIRL
GIRL STUDENTS IN PANIC PANICStrikes P PAMOLightning ANIO ANIOLhhtnlns
Lightning Strikes Hall Where ere 2OOK 2OOKAre 20 20Are J JAre
Are RecitIng necltlngrHarrtsonborg RecitIngHanieoIt RecitingHcrisonburg
Harrtsonborg HanieoIt arg Va July 27 hROC hROCbm VRockhag VRockhagham Rocktas Rocktasnaoi
naoi bm County was today visited by a ftioimst near nearcloudburst ea eacloudburst
cloudburst and an unusually heavy eavy elec electrie oIMej oIMejtrlcal eIectrIc1
trie trlcal storm During r1hg tho height of th thstorm t tllCbtDID thtstorm <
storm Ufhtntng struck the tAr th Science ce Hall aj ajthe adthe at atthe
the State Female NorinVl Normtl ScbooL Thor Tbotttle ThortUB Tiuxtile
tUB root was shattered and the heavy heavytimbers heaTY1 heaTY1tkaHca heav heavtimbers
timbers charred but did not ignite IT ITtbe In Int Itthe
the t e building at the tlnsa were more than thanM thansir thangirl
M sir stedeats eBt The stroke created createdPDk oj ojpanic a apanic
panic but u ncuone no one ws was hortatftdieaj hortatftdieajwere hurt hnrtstndten hnrtstndtenwere stHlesj stHlesjwere
were finally resumed reMmedLargest rosumedIrgest resumedLargest
Largest Morning orning Circulation
HOT WEATHER CONSTIPATION GORSTIPATIOHPeople
People should be very ery careful at this time of the year not to become consti constipated constipated constipated ¬
pated and if they do become constipated to attend to it promptly Many Manypeople Menypeople Manypeople
people have a special gpeclal tendency to consipatton in hot weather owing to the thesudden thesudden j
sudden change lit 1 food and n to the fact that tbatJ thatUSE thatU
USE U J S E the natural moisture of the body b dy that in inimaiBi Inwinter Inwinter
winter remains within and helps to dl dl
DR D R CALDWELLS C CA A LDWE LOWELL imaiBi B L LS S seat the food leaves the system in the theCVDIID theSYRUP tb tbsummer
CVDIID DETOdRJ summer in the form of perspiration persplrat10nConstipation
SYRUP PEPSIN
OYitUf rCS lFi
should bo
Constipation immediately
re relieved reUeved relieved ¬
lieved The best way ws to do this i Is not notas not notas ZIOtas
as some suppose O by eating themselves sick with fruit and an zaalcine mak1 rnaktnF g the tbematter I Inatter
matter P1attor worse nor by taking takln salts and laxative waters which as a all U who whohave whohae whohave 1
have tried them know knowlhe give out ut temporary relief r Uet but on the contrary you youshould youshould
should use a trledandtrue triedan true remedy like Dr CnldwelFs Syrup Pepsin Pepsinwhich Pepsinwhich jl
which acts quickly but mildly mnd and which relieves permanently perman nUy so that a asteady aStedy I I
steady and Ja lasting > tJn cure cur results A bottle can be bought of any druggist druggistIn
In sizes of 50 O cents and 100 10 Those who have not vet tried Dr Calfi Calfiwells Cekiwells j
wells Syrup Pepsin and would like to make a test of It It can do so FREE j
OF CHARGE by sending their address for a SAMPLE BOTTLE to toDR toDR t tDR
DR W B CAiDWELl 400 Caldwall Bdgt Bldg Moniicello III IIIu
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