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ONE CENT CEN l THE I H E W WA A 8HINTON S uN G T 0 N H E ERA R T L LD i r A QUALITYS QUALITYSNO QUALITY QUALITYWASHINGTON PAPER PAPER COF OF OFQUALITY D DQUALITY C CNO i
NO 1428 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1910TWELVE 1910 TWELVE PAGES + ONE O E CENT
ClTllN51N D DARK DARKDEMANDHEARING RK RKOEM
OEM DEMANDHEARING DEMANDHEARINGCommissioners ND H RINb RINbCommissioners
Commissioners Ret Septem September September September ¬
ber 9 to Air Protests ProtestsLIGHTS ProtestsjJ3 Protestsa
a
jJ3 iB URBAN LIGHTS LIG HT8 OUTongress OUT OUTCongress 0 UT UTOongrcss
Congress ongress Heights People Say SayInjustice Sa SaInjustico Y YInjustice
Injustice Is Done DoneSome DaneSame ne neSome
Some Declare District Board Has HasExposed HasExposcd IlacExporad
Exposed Them to Dangers fromAeoidentr from fromAccidents fromAcoldent
Accidents and Robbers tor tho thoSalce theSuJec thoSake
Sake of Economy Econom micl Gave Them ThemXo ThemNo ThemNo
No Warning by Which Wldo They Could CouldDefend CouldDcfend CouldDefend
Defend Themselves ThemselvesAlthough TJacmsolveAIthongh ThemselvesAlthough
Although the th Commissioners are arestanding arestanding arestanding
standing by their decision to Uen Uenshroud en enshroud enshroud ¬
shroud country countryroads roads in darkness darknessthe darknessthe darknessthe
the general opinion is that theyhave they theyhave theyhave
have Ustruck struck a snag snag and will have haveto haveto ave
to uback back down before the protests protestsare protestsare protestsare
are silenced silencedMore silencedMore
More thin 200 letters not only onlyfrom onlyfrom
4 from residents of f the sections sect ons that thatwere th thatwere t twere
were darkened last night but from fromautomobilists fromautomobilists fromautomobilists
automobilists farmers and others otherswho otherswho otherswho
who use the roads were wercreceicd received at atthe atthe atthe
the District Building yesterday yesterdayIn
In response to tb the general era demand for forsome forBOlItO forsome
some Mod of explanation from the Com CommisnlOBsrs CommtMIoHn Commtutoeers
misnlOBsrs they bare agreed to fyoW ok1 ok1heubJ a ahearing
1 hearing of the casa September I at M Moclock 10 10oclock 10oclock >
oclock wIleD everyone interested will willbe wlllbe willbe
be allowed to talk for illumination illuminationAiitolst i11tUft1natlonA1ItotJl I1h minatlon minatlonAutOlstx
Aiitolst Are Interested InterestedMany IniercAtCl1UJ InterestedMay
Many UJ antetnobilists declare that the theCoauutustoaers theCo1oDen theCommiwbners
Coauutustoaers have been b misinformed mlslACOrmec1to d as asto a > t
to what road are not need much muchThoy muehThoi muchThey
They may that several of the thorough thoroughfarts tborouahfar tboroughfaris
farts far where wb rli the lights have been turned turnedoft turnedoil
oft are Constantly stoutly in use by motor on onusist 011w onusiast
usist w riding at night and that as asfarmers astum a afarmers
farmers tum wagons and other vehicles vehiclesdrawn yehlel yehlellIran rehicleed
d drawn aWn by horses seldom Mi carry carr lightsThe lights I15btathe lightsthe
the New order is a dangerous thing thingBBpeefeUly tbInIPMlaUJ thingpeotslly
BBpeefeUly PMlaUJ en Branch avenue enao and on onSttfOaad onSUI onSuJnd
SttfOaad r road said one auto owner ow yes yesterday 7 7terdaY rest ¬
terday terdaY t there is constant ag danger of ofmeeting ofmeotillC ofmeeusg
meeting horse vehicle veldete more IDCK osjiadsJly osjiadsJlyfarm 0IfICIaI11 0IfICIaI11tarm olpedsllrfarm
farm wagons Of cotttwe co any cuter carries carriesUs CArrtEIta carriesIts
Us owe ow acetylene ferns AIII Natalia b Nt t street It Itlumfasfttisit 11JulDblMlelt Uluminstda
lumfasfttisit allows a marhlne driver drl to tosee WMe toele
see a vabtclft os essslssj k at least d Ave il ilIUI times timesas timesas
as far as by his own lights lightsI Jlch JlchI
I think there win be mote than pne pnemotorist pne1notorlat peernotorkst
motorist on oahand hand when the CoBunisslon CoBunisslonors
ors or hold their little audience aa Another Anotherthing Anotbertbt Anotherthing
thing that strikes mo hi s that thp tIt Com Commissioners CommIaIeIoners Commteslonea ¬
missioners went before Congress CODcr and said saidit udIt saidit
it is necessary to have these same roads roadslighted roeuts1ipted roadslighted
lighted Now they turn around and andargue ADdargue andargue
argue just > uet the other wa way to support supporttheir npporttheir supporttheir
their own order orderCommissioner MderCommissioner orderCommissloner
Commissioner Tndsons View VlovrConuntastener ViewCommtseloner fow fowComloAer
Conuntastener Judson who returned to tothe totbe tothe
the city yesterday gave his first utter utterance uttManee utterance ¬
ance on the subject abject He B said lights do domore domore domore
more good in the show ow places of o the thecity thecity thecity
city than In out of the wy corners corn of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th District DistrictI
I am in entire accord a with what wb t has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been done while I have been away a he hesaid beMkJ hesaid
said HI If the money InOUe used In Illumination Illuminationis
is to be distributed 4 distrt uted ted carefully especially especiallywhen OIIpedalbwhen a pdaily pdailywhen
when economy eoonGm to necessary n I think these thesecountry tbMe00UIIU7 therecountry
country lights ought o ht to be taken away awayand awayand 7 7aad
and put In the show places placesThen P PThen placesThen
Then the United States which pays paysfor pay8tor parsfor
for half the lights can see e the money moneyIB moneyis
IB spent t hi the t best way The govern government governmtmt governmont ¬
mont pays IJy its half and it ought to tosee tosee tosee
see where the money goes go I think the theContinued theContlnuCll t e eContinued
Continued on rage 4 Column ColumnEW ColumnFOUND 2 2NEW
NEW EW ALLOY LLOY FOUND FOUNDAluminum FOUNDAl FOUNDAluminum
Aluminum Al minum Compound Superior to toAnything toAnything t tAnything 0
Anything Known KnownLondon KnownLondon KnownLondon
London Sept 2Ylckera 2 Vlckers Sons Maxim Maximwill Maximwill Maxi Maxiwill m
will put on the market In October a new newaluminum newalumlaaum ne nealuminum
aluminum alloy which it is claimed ia iasuperior 18aUllor lesuperior
superior to anything of the kind hereto heretofore herototoro heretofore ¬
fore known It is the discovery dt eover of their theirchief theirchle theirchief
chief chle chemist Mr V W ieekl eeks who a says 18 It ia iaas t tas g
as strong as steel while the weightonethird weight is isonethird
onethird that of o brass tl indeed It is only onlyslightly onlsJ on b bheevier
slightly sJ btly hdwvder aer than aluminum It can canbe canbe ca cabe n
be rolled drawn drawn stamped and forged It Itla I IIs t
la less subject to corrosion than any other otheraluminum otli otliaiuhpimmn er
aluminum aiuhpimmn alloy alloyTho allo alloTho alloyThe
Tho firm has patented p the alloy which whichla whleltI whki1s i
la I called duralumin throughout tho world worklIt worldr wkI wkIIt
r It will establish tabiJeh a plant at t Birmingham to tomanufacture tomanfulure t tmanufacture o
manufacture it on a large scale scaleINSURGENT scaleINSURGENT sealsINSURGENT
INSURGENT SWEEPS IDAHO IDAHOBnrton IDAHODurton IDAHOBurton
Burton L French Defeats Rcprc RcprcRcnntivc RepreIIcnntive Reprcr
r Rcnntivc < IIiAncr Ilamer at Primaries PrimnrlenBolsa PrlmnrlcNBoisa PrimariesBoles
Boles Idaho Sept 2 SLate Late returns re received recohod recolvod ¬
ceived in tho iirsit SI flratt t direct primary election electionheld electionhold olocuohold n
hold hi Idaho IC indicate that Gov James JamesH JamesH Jarn JarnH et
H Brady is renominated by the Republi Republicans Rpubllt Ropublicans ¬
t cans over Boa ONeil ONell Paul Clagatone Clag tone and andGeorge andGeorge an anGeorge d
George Fletcher bv2MO by 2600 OOO majority majorityBurton majorityBurton majoritye
e Burton L French Fro insurgent candidate candidatefor CAndklatefor caudidatfor e
for Congress Congr has swept tho State by b bG009 y
6000 defeating Representative Repre entatlYI Thomoe ThomoeR ThomooR Tliiom TliiomIt
R R Hamer for the Republican nomination nominationArthur nomlnUonArlhur nomtnauonArthur
Arthur BOwen has won the Democratic DemocraticCongressional DomocraUcCongre DemoerauCongressional a
Congressional Congre elOna1 nomination OVer John Johnl L LSewoll L LSewen
l Sewoll James N Hawley is nominated nominatedby nomfnfttldby nomfnat nomfnatby
by the Democrats for governor by byheavy a aheavy ahelJy
heavy majority majorityGlonlenmlccrs majorltyOlonJcmnJccrs majorityClonlcmnlcers
Glonlenmlccrs Strike Ended EndedNow EndcdNow EmlcilNow
Now York Sept 3 3Tho The strike of o th thctoakmakers the thecloakmakers thecloakrnakers e
cloakmakers which whl h BtsHod on July 5 liwas 5was 5WWl
was ended today An agreement acoopted ac accepted aecopted ¬
cepted by b both sides dea was reached at atconference a aconference aconrOlonao
conference It was adopted by b the oxeeutlvo ex executive 0 0ccuUvo ¬
ecutive committee ot the manufacturers manufacturersassociation manufacturersRssoolaU manufacturersassoolation
association RssoolaU n Afterward It t was signed b bthe by bythe bythe y
the executive ex80u vo committee of the strikers strikers strikersgii
gii 125 to < o Baltimore nnd Return ReturnToday ReturnToday ReturnToday
Today and tomorrow via i4 Baltimore BaltimoreOhio BalUmGroOhio BaltimoreOhio
Ohio R R R RIriilior R RwJlor RLabor
Labor Dny Excursion Bxcumlpn Burke Vn VnSpecial YnSpeolal VASpecial
Special train leaves V Washington ashington hln ton 1015 nm n nm am
m September Sept mber 5 returning < leaves Burke o
710 p m Roundtrip R undtrlp fare 75 cents centsCrprcu centsCpren centsCypress
Cypress Florida Shingles 9450 4o O 1000Frank 1000 1000Frank 000 000FriLnk
Frank Llbbey lbbeY Cu xfith and N Y ave
DJiRECTOR OF MmES
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DR JOSEPH A HOLMES ROUTEShid HOLMESChief ROUESWcf
Chief hid ot technological techno1 11 branch of the Geological Oeo1 Oeo1T81 Bar tierTel BarT
T Tel T gets promotion promotionWEATHER rODOtJoaWEATHER romotIcn romotIcnWEATHER
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
F For rthe i the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbialIIaryl
lIIaryl Maryland d and Yirg Virginia VirginiaPartly VirginiaPartlycloudy iaPart1y iaPart1ycloudy Partly Partlycloudy
cloudy today Iud tomorrowmoderate tomorrow tomorrowmoderatsc tomorI9w tomorI9wmoderate
moderate variable vari ble winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPngos SUMMARYPn
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Pngos Pn P ages ages1Suburbanites o o15uburbanlt8
1 Suburbanites Want LightIkfllagers Light LightBaJltngers LI IIt IItDaJlwger8
BaJltngers Foe Selected SelectedLocal SelectedLocal SelectedLocal
Local Man Strangely Mtsstssr MtsstssrWatterson lI lIWatter lilesltlgWatterson
Watterson on Sees OY Man of pI f Destiny DssUny3Yowth DJR7nOOHvelt
Roosevelt Wants PanIlJII tied nttdJYCMlth tiedSYouth
3Yowth Shoots Himself2huddles Himself HI S SSMiddtes
SMiddtes Get Honors HonorsAviator Honorsvkators
Aviator vkators tor Gather at Boston Boston4Rockvflle
4Rockvflle 4 Rockvllle Fair a Success SuccessR Suee Suee5ln Successti
5ln ti R In the World of Society SocietyEntries SodelFEDtr1e8 SocietyEntries
Entries at Washington Vbln oa Grove 1Jreve1Editorial treveEdItorIal GroveCEditorial
CEditorial CEditorialThe 1EditorialPbe EdItorIal EdItorIalThe
The The Big Stick SJJek1 SJJek17JIbaanclal Stick7Financial
7 7JIbaanclal Financial Notes Notes and FaehlonrINationals Fashions FashionsSNationals lIuWoINatlonala
SNationals Lose Doubleheader DoubleheaderRetworth DoubielMadertPetworth boubleheaderRetworth
tPetworth Retworth to Play Two Games16Daily Games Games10Daily Gtun88IoDally
10Daily Short Story Storyl1Conunerclal Story1Commercial
11 l1Conunerclal 1 Commercial and Financial1tBank Financial FiDaDcla11Bank
12 1Bank Bank Examiners Instructed InstructedHARMON ln InstructedFIARO truoted truotedHARMON
HARMON FIARO DECLINES DECLINESTO DECLINESTO
TO USE COERCION COERCIONWill COERCIOlfill
Will Not Demand Dem nd Columbus ColumbusColumbus ColumbusCal ColumbusfarCOQ
farCOQ Cal COJJUjpal1 allt tkr AIbitlate AIbitlateColumbus b itlate itlateColumbu
Columbus Ohio Sept JGOY 1 Gov jarmOft jarmOftto47 + Harmon Harmontoday arm armtoday Oft
today declined ed to call on the Columbus ColumbusRailway eoiumbua eoiumbuaRallWJ um umRailway
Railway and Light Company to arbitrate arbitratethe lbUra lbUrathe arbitrathe te
the car strike as union labor representa representatives htiwettellta htiwettelltaUvea rtepresentstives ¬
tives asked lceel him to do He Issued the fol following folIowHl followfag ¬
0 0HI
lowing < statement statementI
HI I did not gnderstand dud 1U14 rvtusd that any further furtheranswer turtbetlUl8Wer furl furlanswer
answer was expected than the one I gave gavewhen ganwbeR gar garwhen e
when Mr J4ahon 3 3me Mahon nd and others oth called on onme onme
me Tuesday r evening I told them that thatam 1 Iam 1am
am bound to employ the power and au authority AUthority authorny ¬
thority vested in me to aid in putting puttingdown pultiDgclown put putdown
down violence and disorder a and an4 chefkeep shall shallkeep hall hallkeep
keep on doing doln thin that I shall continue continueto Unue Unueto unu unuto e
to use my friendly offices to help bring bringto bringto brie brieto g
to an end the unfortunate controversy controversybetween controversybetween controvers controversbetween y
between the company and itt I union em employes employs m mplorft ¬
ploys as I have constantly conatanU donethe done from fromthe romthe
the start atart but that the request made of ofme orme o ome c
me was not of that nature natureOn BatureOn natureOn
On tho contrary it wU was that by threat threatof threator threatof
of official o denunciation and as stated by bysome b bBOID6 bsome Y
some of the committee by withdrawal with withdrawalthe rawal of ofthe ofthe
the guard I should undertake to compethe compel compelthe COIItP1the 1
the company to yield to the demand for forarbitration torarb1tratl f farbitration o
arbitration arb1tratl n of all claims including Includl the thedischarge thedlRharge thi thidischarge
discharge of every eft employe J1oye who ho refuses refusesto rerwteSto ref refto ustea
to Join the union which hlch appears appea to be the thechief theehle th thchief e
chief point in controversy controv The compli compliance compliance compliante ¬
ance with this request would be to break breakthe breakthe bred bredthe k
the policy of not taking ta ln sides aid which whichconsider I Iconsider IcoDBk1er
consider the only proper one for me meperaor megovernor as asgovernor
governor to follow followThe followThe fellowThe
The governor issued a proclamation proclamationcalling proclsmatlonealUn 01 e
calling < on the people of o Ohio to attend attendthe attendthe atte attethe
the State S fair He gave his personal as assurance uIUrDe assarance ¬
surance for their safety safetyAMBULANCE Atel AtelAMBULANOE
AMBULANCE KILLS WOMAN WOMANAutomobile WOrrANAutomobile WOh TAN TANAntomobiIc
Automobile Victim Ictlm Die Dies While WhileDriver Vb VhIIi lIe lIeDrhcr e
Driver In Belli Mobbed MobhcdCleveland Uob1Icllclevel
Cleveland clevel Sept 3 L Plunging madly madlythrough madlythrou8k madl Y
through a crowded public square this thisevening chi S
I evening evenl on a call to West r68t Third street streetwhere streotwhere
where a sailor had been hit by an auto automobile automObile ¬
mobile an ambulance plunged plun into intothroat a athrone athrone
throne of o street car patrons killing killingMrs kllltng14rs killin ag g
Mrs ITordlnand Sehlegel tfftyaeven tftty lieen Delay De Delay DeIY ¬
lay ofiused cacaused by the mobbing of the am ambulance ambulaDeo ambulanco ¬
bulance driver Charles Qarnuut who was wassaved wa wa8ved w
saved by a a squad of police caused the thedeath thedeath th thdeath e
death of the automobile victim F Hawee Haweenftyseven H H1IttyVet1 Haw Hawflftyseven er
nftyseven years yea old oldMrs old1rs oldMrs
Mrs Schlegels husband seventyeight seventyeightyears 8even seventyelghpears elght elghtyears t
years old is I believed dying > also his in isjuries injuries Injuries ¬
juries being critical because of his age ageSCOTCH ageSCOTOH ageSCOTCH
SCOTCH POLICE PUZZLED PUZZLEDContinue UZZLED UZZLEDContinue
Continue Investigation of Lady Lnd rvinr rvinrJorlc Mnrjorle Inr InrJorle r
Jorle ErsklneH Deu Death DeathEdinburgh ll llEdinburgh
Edinburgh Sept 3 3Tho The body of o Lady LadyMarjorle Lady1arjorle Lad LadMarjorie y
Marjorie Srsklne second daughter of t the theEarl theEul h
Earl of Buchan which was found in a alonely 8lonely
lonely spot on 01 the Scottish moors on onAugust onAugust o oAugust n
August 2f was wash 88 bUrled at Dalmahoy to today today t tday o ¬
day dayIt
dayIt
It has been ascertained that the place placewhere pl pia piawhore co cowhorQ
where the body was found could only be bereached beroaehecl b
reached by a person going through a bo bolt boltof bolt boltor It Itbe
of marshy land which would never nevercrossed be becrossed beCIONec1
crossed by a mountaineer who was dealt dealtous deslwoos deep deepour u
our of viewing the surrounding count countLady country countryLady co ntry ntryLady ry
Lady Marjorlos body was as discovered discoveredamong dl8covoredamong discover ed
among the heather Her arms were fold folded tolaed fol foled ¬
ed on her breast and the general position positionof posltloof n
of the romaine suggested that she had hadsought hndsought ha d
sought a lonely lonel spot for her death There Therewas Therewas Tho Thowwaa re
was no evidence of a struggle struggleThere t tTMere ITHero
There Is s much comment over the fafct fafctthat fllbt fllbtI fa t
I I that no inquiries wore ore made by the family familyof flrrril flrrrilof y
Iot of Lady Marjorie when it was ascertained ascertainedthat ascrtnlnedtbat ascertain ascertainthat ed
that she was missing The police aro still stillinvestigating stilti sti II IIinvestigating
i investigating tho case case12n
12n 12 2 to Baltimore and Return
Saturdays and Sundays via Pennsylvania a
Railroad Tickets good nod returning until t II
Sunday Sunda night All regular trains ac ex c x ¬
cept the ConETOsslonal Limited LimitedOur LlmltodOur LimitedOur
Our Florida Cypress yprJIII Shingles All No No1 1
Frank 1 rank Llbbey Co 6th and N r YL ave av 0
8 BALLINGER5SFOE BALLINGER5SFOENAMED lllN GER5 r rN
N NAMED MED BY T IAFT IAFTDr fT fTDr
Dr Holmes New Director of ofBureau ofBureau
Bureau of Mines MinesCOMES MinesCOMES
1
COMES AS A AAppointee SllRPRISE StTRPRISEAppointee SllRPRISEAppointee
Appointee Is a CloseFriend Olose Friend of ofGifford of1i ofGifford
1i 1iGifford Gifford Pinchot PinchotBelieved PinchotDellevtjd PinchotBelieved
Believed Th Till This Is 3Iove Toe ove to Show West Westthat Vcdtbat
that the President tn In Sympathy Sympnthynith Smpnthywith Sympathywith
with RroicreHNlve VicwB Vle ViewsLabeled ViewsLabeledi Lnhclcil LnhclcilbyjSecrelnry IJnbeJellbySecretnry
i
by byjSecrelnry 5eeretary of the Interior UH Ono Onoof Onuot Oneof
of the Sunken He Intended toICillSupported to toKill toKlllSnpportcd
KlllSnpportcd Kill Supported by Ix Lodge LodgeBeverly > dre dreBeverly
Beverly Sept 2 2Dr Dr J A HolmaSi HolmaSiohiof Holmosohlot Helmoschief
chief of tho technological branch of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Geological Survc today was ap appointed appointed apointed ¬
pointed p ointed by President Taft director of ofthe otthe ofthe
the now Bureau of Jifries He suc succeeds sucoeeds sueoeds ¬
ceeds c oeds George Otis Smith whohu who has boon boonacting bonacting beenacting
acting director since July L 1 1 Mr Smith Smithwill Smithill Smithwill
will will ill return to his duties as head h 4 of ofth0 orUto ofthe
the survey BUMOYThe surveyThe X XThe
The appointment of o Dr Holmes Holmescame Holmesoame Holmesash3o
came a as a complete surprise He was wask w we 8S 8Sk1own ash3o as
k1own k lownfll oivnfli l H K8 one of the men U In t t thtorlor the o In Interior 1ntorlor ¬
torlor Department who wets regarded regardedby ragard regardedy 4 4by
by b y Secretary Secre lllry BdlMRger as inimical to tohim tohim tohim
him He was labeled by Mr Ba11inger Baf Bafllnger Datlinger
linger as acojie otu oj of the o snakes whomhe whom whomhe whomhe
he ixtan intondeNl < ad to kill killIt kl11It < e
It te woll known kno that Mr Bellingeropposed BalhagerOPIHNed Bellinger Baiitngeropposed
opposed the appointment of o Dr DrHolmes DrHolm6 DcAolmes
Holmes wh when n his name me was first 1Ir t pro proposed proposed proposeel ¬
posed early in the summer So far as aajis
jis k 8 known here that opposition wets rwasnot was wasnot
not withdrawn withdrawnFriend wi withdrawnI thc1 ra wn wnJ1rlen
Friend J1rlen I rlcncl t of Plitchot PinchotTormor PlitchotFormer PlncbotFonnor
Former forester GMfforA Word Pinchot Pinchotwaa PlnchOtwas Pinchotwas
was a close friend of Dr Holmes Holmes So Sowas
was was 8 James J m R Oe Qarfleld rfield The Outlook OutlookWhether Ou look lookWhether
Whether through the hand aDd of the oon oontrtbutlng oontrfbutlng eon eontributing
trtbutlng editor ocll or or through th through oucb that of ofanother oCMUter ofanother
another heaped praise pr upon the head headof hOIMIot headof
of the new Director of the Bureau of ofMtoee ofMSbM ofdiness
diness Mtoee MtoeeIn MSbMIn
In the East Dr Holmes H had the sup support support p pport ¬
port of men like Senator Lodge SenatorOliver Senator SenatorOliver totOliver
Oliver of Pennsylvania BepretentatJohn BepresenUitv BepresenUitvJohn Bepre eatt14 eatt14John
John HIt of o Pennsylvania Peanqt and othersbut others othersbut otIaeNbut
but in UM West Nt the tit conservative ele element elt eltIMMtJa 1 1meet ¬
meet IMMtJa to many man eases was opposed O pcMo te tehim t thim tohim
him R nrtty pras Statlv James Jan A JL Tawaey Tawaeyot bWlMot
ot arutneootat M1aM80 chairman of the theCommittee Kon 7rmte 7rmteCoamdttM lc Onse e eCommittee
Committee OR Appropriations and Seers Secretary SeeretAl7 Seerslacy ¬
lacy BalUnger r were two of the molt bk bkter bkter bitter
ter opponents of the new director directorMeant dlr dlrIennt
Meant to Appennc Went WentThe cllt clltThe
The appointment te interpreted here to tonight tonight ¬
night as another Intimation that the ad admintotratkm adJDlAllttration administration
ministration wishes to show the tb West Westthat Westfist t tthat
that it is I thoroughly in line with all pro progressive MOgrlNIYe progreaslve ¬
gressive ideas Idea upon conservation and andkindred andkbMlrecl a akitldred
kindred subjects subjectsComing nbJoetsComing subjectsComing
Coming as it does dGQIjW doep jqa i a afew few w days daysfore be before be betore ¬
fore the Presidents Pre departure for St StPaul St StPVI StPaul
Paul where he will outline utft the conserva conservation DOIIfinIlUon ¬
tion policy pollc of the administration admlnlatruoa it ftContinued te teContinued IaContinued
Continued on Page 7 Column 7 7JOY TJOY
JOY RIDER KILLED
H M Deputy Fatally Hurt in Rioh Richmond Riohmond ¬
mond Auto Collision CollisionRichmond CollisionRichmond CollisionRichmond
Richmond Va Y Sept 2 iAc Aa th the result resultof resultor
of a Joy ride last night and this morning morningH mornln mornlnH1
H H1 M 1L Deputy a traveling salesman aaJe man of ofPhiladelphia otPkiJadelphla o oPhilaeklpblt f
Philadelphia te Isdead S dead J S S HolUngsworth HolUngswortha HoWn wortli wortlia
a Fayettovllle N C c merchant la in isdying a adying aclylng
dying condition at the Jo JonnstonWlllts JonnstonWllltsHospital J utoft thsWRW1I WI111 WI111HCNlpltaJ Its
Hospital and Dr R H Talbot of West WestVirginia Wt WtYlrdn6L
Virginia Ylrdn6L is suffering a fractured arm armat armILt a
at the same hospital hospitalThe hosvttatThe
The fatality at Jlty and injuries were due duethe to tothe tothe
the collision of two automobiles on t the theroad theroad
road betweenjjLhl8 betwehls betwery thls city and the Country CountryClub CountryClub Countr y
ye
Club about 2 oclock this morning Th The Thechauffeurs Thechautreurs e
chauffeurs E S Burrell and S H Ii Jor Jordon Jordon Jordon
don are out on f 500 ball bailCAOTON ballCANNON ballCANNON
CANNON A STA3TOSTTTTiFTl rcSTANDSTILhERVictor STA3TOSTTTTiFTlVictor
Victor Mnrdock lurloel Coins New Word Word Wor in inXevrnrk lnNewnrJ i n
Newark Speech SpeechNewark SlleecbNewark SpeechNewark
Newark N J Sept 2 1VlotO Victor Mur Murdock Murdock
dock of Kansas opened the campaign campaignhero camp camps campshero Jgn Jgnhero
hero tonlshtor tonlhtror tonight tor the progressive Repu Repulicans Repub Republicans Repub Republictln ¬
licans Speeches were also made by Rep Representayve RoprNe Representat
resentayve rNe resentat tBtJo < Ivo Charles Cbarl M I Fowler and andGeorge IUtdGeorge an anGeorge d
George E Austin the progressive Con Congressional Congrellon ¬
gressional grellon l candidates candidatesJlurdock candidatesMurdock candidatesTurlock
Jlurdock was given a hearty heor welcomeHe welcome welcomeHe volcomeH
He H opened by praising Congressman ConrosemnFow ConrosemnFow1ar Pow Fowler PowNor ¬
Nor and nd referred to him as the best In Informed informed ¬
formed man in the United States Stat on the thequestion theqUMtton th thquestion °
question of currency CUlTOne and AnsI currency curr < nc needs needsHe needsHe need s
He then launched Into a bitterly sar sarcastic 8f1rcastle ¬
castle attack on Joe Cannon In n which whichMe whichae whichhe
Me ae referred to him fur a man who is iscalled IsoaJled i icalled a
called a standpatter but who in n realtt realttila reality realityiaa realityIso Y
Iso stanflgtHItr stanflgtHItrRcKlRnM standsUnrRCHIltns standstillerResigns
Resigns Under Fire FireAltoona FireAltoona
Altoona Pa Sept 8 1sState State SeriatoChambers Senator SenatorChambers Sanator SanatorChambers r
Chambers O Templeton of o Tyrone rep representing ropreaontlng representing ¬
resenting the BlairHuntingdon DlalrHun l don district i in inthe Intho n
the uppor branch branch of the Pennsylvania PennaYlva Penueylvanlalog leg legislature logIskturo ¬
islature caused a deckled sensation to tonight tonIght ¬
night by announcing his intention of ofwithdrawing otIthdraving o
withdrawing as a candidate for reelec reelectlon r ree el eltlon l p
tlon Financial discrepancies thought t taggregate to toaggregate toaggregato o
aggregate nearly 50000 50000 is asAgned gned by byhis byhiS b y
his close ol friends as the reason for his hisresignation hisl1eslgnatlon hi s
resignation resignationFlylnff l1eslgnatlonFlyIng
FlyIng Across A rolls France FranceParis FrnnoeParitJ
Paris Sept 2 2BleJovuelo Blelovuclo today con continued continued ¬
tinued his flight across France He lof left leftOrleans leftI t
Orleans where he arrived yesterday 08terd fro froIssy from fromIssy fromIss m
I Issy Iss at 910 this morning He landed land at atChatollerault atChatollerault a t
Chatollerault ill miles distant at mid midday Id IddRY ¬
day for lunch starting again at 341 341he 345 a
he reached Angoulene lngOulene ngoulene 91 miles at 515 515Ho 515He 5 5Ho pS
Ho hopes ho os to reach Bordeaux In th thtmorn thtmornlng the imorn imornhiff mom
hiff thus completing 363 miles from hi his hisstarting hisstarting
starting point
An Innovation InnovationParlor InnontlonParlor InnovationParlor i
Parlor Cafe Curs to New York j
The Baltimore Ohio 900 a a m n train trai n
from Washington to Now York has hasparlor na a aingroom aparlor
parlor cafe cpr 1n addition to the regu ro gu u
tar Pullman draWngroom dra ingroom ng room parlor ca car gur r
This style of car is entirely new in this thisservice thissonic thf s
service and is immensely popular po uJar Th Thrun The Theirun e
I run to Now York is made In five hours hoursI I IFlorida
I Florida Shingles ShlnJ t1I AVill VIII Lout 0 0 Year lien rs
Frank Llbbey Co 6th and N Y ave uvoJ uvoi av a
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EDITOR EDITOR SHOT DEAR DEARKilled D DEADKilled AD
Killed Few Hours After First Is Issue Issue Issue ¬
sue Appears AppearsHavana AppearsHRvana AppearsHavana
Havana Sept 2 2Jose Jose Pennine a natu naturalized naturalized naturajlaed ¬
ralized ralized Cuban of Italian birth w who o Js J1r i8 aprominent a aprominent aprominent
prominent Liberal politician and a a can candidate QIUIdldata can candidate ¬
didate for the t e Havana municipal COUncil counollthis COUncilUds councilthis
this afternoon shot and killed Juan Antsy Arasra
a Spaniard editor f of tho Chantecler Ch Clranteclor ntoclor a acomic aoomle
comic weekly thefflrst the first issue of w wititrh wititrhppeared Ioh Iohappeared lQ1appnrod
appeared a this morning morningThe mlr morningThe lng lngThe
The paper published an Indecent attack attackon Btta attackon k kon
on a young oung lady a member of O the bast bastsociety 1Ja bastcoclety t t8OCIety
society whom Pennine was courting courtingSuch courting courtingSich courtinguch
Such S uch cowardlxdefamation of o women has hasboon Usbnon Jigsboon
boon vary common here but this Is 1 tTi tTifirst tbftrst iTte
first Instance of retribution retributionPennino retributionPounlno retributionPeunino
Pennino who Is is very radical In hs hspolitical 11 11political lifepolitical
political beliefs was 88 deported by the httf httfPresident It ItPrealdent httPresident <
President Estrada E trada Palma on the groanthat grown grownthat g gthat
that he was a pernicious foreigner Hfy Hfygave H Hv Hgave
gave gave v himself up to the police policeFEDERAL policeFEDERAL policeEDERAL
FEDERAL F AGENT AGENTSTRAMELHOST AGENTSTRAt AGE1TTSTRANGELY
STRAMELHOST STRAMELHOSTV STRAt STRANGELY GELY LOST LOSTV
V N Koadstrtim Disappears Disappearson
on Way to New York YorkDETECTIVES YorkDETECTIVES YorkDETECTIVES
DETECTIVES FIND NO CLEW CLEWOfficer CLEWOfficer CLEWOfficer
Officer of Department of Justice JusticeLnnt JUAtleeLnllt JusticeLust
Lust Seen on Train Tratin Searing Balti Baltimore DnltlmoreIorter ¬
more moreIorter Porters and Conductors Fail Failto Fnltto Fullto
to Throw Tbro Any Light on Mysterious lyHterioiiMCase 1aterlol1HCnKl1I1JC
CnKl1I1JC Case HIM Relatives Notified XotlflcdWith Xotl etJ
With Use t o mysterious disappearance dfaeAp dfaeApSctor rance of ofVictor
Victor Sctor N Roadstrum special agent of ofthe otthe
the Department of Justice from a Penn Pennsylvania PamIV1lnla Pennaylwank ¬
sylvania IV1lnla train somewhere between Wash Washington WubInaton ¬
ington and New York City on Thumdayentral Thursday ThursdayCentral ThundltyCeRtral
Central C entral efitce flee men from both dins cities t1 and andrailroad ILDC1railroad andrailroad
railroad detectives deteeU are searching for the themissing themtMlag themissing
missing man Leaving L1n this city at 11 11oclock 31oclock
oclock on a train for Now York porters portersquestioned port porteruestioned
questioned q by the u detectives remember rwnemberthat NmeJDberUlat rememberthat I
that he went Into the tb smoker just before beforereaching DeClnreaehhlg beforeeaching
reaching r Baltimore Beyond this point pointno poaatDO pointno
no trace t > tce can be foundHe found foundHe foulNlHe
He left his apartments at ISM Park Parkroad Pukrd Parkretied
road rd cI northwest Thursday ursday morning for forhte foris CK
hte h is office stating Vhat that important heal business healoes ¬
ness n oes would take him to New New York far fara Wa
a few r w days dar His baggage 8e was expressed expressedto oxpr
to the Hotel Imperial New York settersbe where wherehe wherehe
he had engaged apartments inert Sep September S Steaabor ¬
tember 1 According Aoeontln to detectives detectle Road Roadstrum
strum s was w in his office but a abort time timaleaving timeleaving >
leaving there for the station stationIlls stationIlls ttJonJils
Ills Relatives Notified NotifiedHte NotifiedHis ot1 ecl eclHJa
His failure to reach the Imperial Hotelcaused Hotel Hotelcaused HoteloaUMd
caused the authorities to communicate communfeauwith COIIImU communicatewith tca tcawith
with the DtpartSASttt of Justice Impnrvj ImpnrvjWAS I IWM Iwas
WAS sent to his re1at1 relatives te this ott1 ett bat battJiey Mtthey bathey
they t were lret + e nalhla > te Hire ahjr ty41RhL tight tighthte 1IPt1d8 ya
his wfcecsjjxmu wfcecsjjxmuInvestigation ts tsInvestigLtioa ta taIRvesd8tlon
Investigation was at once begun by b spectel pe pecta1 ape apeold
ctel old agents of the department cJe t Last night nightfour nllrtattear ads adsfour
four headquarters bea cl tor detectives d were weretailed de detailed 4 4ailed ¬
t tailed on the case CommunlGRion was wasobtained w woIttaIned wohtatned as
obtained with the New N York an anONcbt4 authorities authoritiesOfficials authortUesO therltfes
Officials O 1cta18 and men are tnere there making a atailed do dotailed cs cstailed
tailed search of all hospitals hospitateSince hoepltalSIne hospitalsSince
Since SIne he has been connected O oeetec1 with the theDepartment theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Justice ce about seven yearsRoadiirunl years yearsRoadstrum 7earaROIlclatrunt
Roadstrum ROIlclatrunt has made his homo wtth withdistant a adistant 8mtaDt
distant relative IrE James T McLean McLeanWhen McLoaAeJl McLeanWhen
When eJl seen last night1 Mrs McLeanshe McCean c1 aJl said saidshe ake
she e knew me nothing of fi hte personal or bust boeiaffairs bustneed l ln
n need affairs affairsHad aatulInl affairsunit
Had Wandering Spell SpellSome
Some Some years y rs ago Mrs McLean said saidRoadstrum aJdROdtmmbad saidRoadstrurn
Roadstrum ROdtmmbad had a peculiar attack o oloss of ofloss oCIou f
loss of memory and wandered ndered about aboutWashington aboutWubtngton aboutWashington
Washington for nearly a dayThe day dayThe dlLThe
The police from their r Investigatiolast investigation investigationhist fnvesUg8t1on1t n
last night nl bt believe that Roadstrum Roadstrumagain RCNUlstrumn Poadsira Poadsiraagain m
again n has had a lapse lp e of memory azu azuis and andis and andIs d
is In some city between be ween Washington Washingtonand Walngtonand Washingtonand
and New N YorkFASTESTNAYAL York YorkFASTESTNAVAL j jFASTEST
FASTEST FASTESTNAVAL NAVAL BOAT BOATHew BOATNew
New Oilburning Oilburni g Destroyer Destroyer Sets Reo Reoord Reoord Reaord
ord in Test TestBath TestBath
Bath Me S sept pt 3 11n In her four hours hoursrun hoursrun
run at top speed today toda the new ne oil oilburning 011burntng oqburning
burning torpedo boat destroyer Pauldlng Pauldlngexceeded
exceeded her contract requirement of o 29S 29Sknots I5mota 2 2knots 6
knots by 33 knots maintaining an aver average avelq average ¬
age q of US S knots an hour throughtout throughtouttho tbroashtouttho throughtouthe t
tho test It not only nly makes her the fast fastest fasteat t test ¬
est destroyer de troyor In n the United States Stat navy navybut navybut
but also the fastest naval vessel ossel in the theworld thewrh1 th thworld °
world world
wrh1ROAD
ROAD ADVANCES WAGESMissouri WAGES WAGESMlKHOuri WAGESJutlOurl
Missouri Pacific Announced Volnn VolnnOmaha VoluntnryIncreitse oun ountnrrInercuPie
tnrrInercuPie ot a 1 Per CentOmaha Cent OentOmOba
Omaha Sept 2 2Tbe The Missouri Pacific PaclftcRILII Padfl c j jRailroad
Railroad RILII today In Omaha announced annount ed edvoluntary a avoluntary ayoluntary
voluntary increase in all salaries averag averaging averagin veragInS ¬
InS in 6 per cent the raise ra o dating da tlRg from fromAugust fromAugu fro froAugust m
August Augu t 1 and affecting all employed in inNebraska inN 1 1Nebraska mn n
Nebraska N The first notice of the indtrhasch in incronso Inotso
cronso otso was when all employes omplo es found the theextra thee th thextra °
extra e tr8 money in their pay p y envelopes to today toda ¬
dayOfficials day da daQl
Officials Ql of tho company comp n announced announcodthat announcodthattlte that thatthe th a athe t
the Increased salaries did notindleate not Indloateln Indloatelncreased In Increased ¬
creased earnings e by b the company bu but butrather butnther t
rather was a recognition of the highscost higher highercoot hIghercost r
cost of living llvlncPLEASITRESEEKEES
PhEASURE PLEASITRESEEKEES SEEKERS DROWNED DSOWNEDFive DRO DROFive Wj jED
Five Others Are Rescued from Bo Boat BoatWhich at
Which lalch Blciv Up TJpTnlon Up7nlon
i 7nlon Tnlon Hill N J Sept 3 2Two Two per persons personll ¬
sons were drowned this afternoon when whena who n
a motor boat In which they the wore was wassunk we s
sunk In the Hackersack River near Se Secaucus
caucus through an explosion Members Membersof s
of o the Hodlck and Outwater boathouses boathousessaved boathousessaved boathousesaved es
saved five of those who were In the boa boaThe boat boatTho Oftt OfttTho L
Tho drowned whose bodies have no nobeen not notbeen t
been recovered were David Boltonl Boltonltwentytwo Bolton Boltontwentytwo Boltontwentytwo
twentytwo years of age of t 29 S John Johnstreet Johnstreot Joh n
street West Hoboken and Miss 1118 M I Car Carroll ¬
roll sixteen years of age of Middle aiiddletown
town N Y YSomething YSomething
Something wont wrong with the ma machinery maC machiller ¬
chinery C chiller lnelj William Lutzen of West Ho Hoboken Hobokon Hobekon ¬
boken owner of the boat who was wassmoking wassmoking sea S
smoking a pipe topped the engine and andexamined andoxamlned an anexamined d
examined the machinery for troublThou trouble troubleThen troubloThen a
Then came tho explosion explosioni
200 OO to < o lairar Lurn Va Ca and ReturnSepternber Return ReturnSeptember
September 4 i
Baltimore Ohio by special train from fromUnion tromUnion fro n
Union Station Washington 815 a m mreturning mrelurnlng mreturning
returning leave 1 llve Luray 600 p m 1 mam same sameday ame ameda1 e
day
r i
BlncklMtoncft nl eklta 1J Special SprJF SI1 C CMade 2 2Made
Made of choice flowers 14th H sts stsFlorida stsFlorldm s ts
Florida Cypress Shingles Excel Cedar Ccd Ccdan ar
Frank Libbey d Co 6th th nng an i N Y avo av 0
SEES 5EE HIMSELF HIMSELFRoosevelt HIMSflfHM HIMSELFoosevelt
HM N FOE5TINr FOE5TINrRoosevelt
Roosevelt R Tims Pictured byWatterson by byWatterspn byW
W Watterspn atterson in Editorial EditorialPARTY ditorialPARTY
PARTY P IS HiS If IS TARGET TARGETx TARGETCandidacy TARGETCandidacy r
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Candidacy Onn idacy for 1912 191 Conceded ConcededDifficulties ConcededDi Concededi ConcededDiliculties
i
Difficulties Di iculties Will ill Be MetI Met MetIf
HI If I Theodore Roosevelt Be Not a aCandidate
I ICnnlUl1nte ICnndldate
Candidate for the Presidency PresidencyThere PrenlilencyThere I
I ITherc
There Is Nothing in Outer Signs Signshut Signsbut 11 11but
but lie Cannot Catch the Party PartyKerry Part PartEerr PartyFerry
Kerry Eerr JloatyBvcn in n Two Jumps JumpsSay Ju JumpsSays P PSnT
Says Say the Noted Kentucky Kentuck Editor Editorochl EditorIted Edltor1 Edltor1to
Ited ochl to The WuUiigtSB Was > Isgtea HenM Hera14Loulsl send sendLouisville HenMLouisville
Louisville o Pty Ky Sept 2Under 3 Under the thecaption the theeuptlan o oeaptlon
caption Catfth Ca It make the leading landlngrMr lRdlngMr leadingr
Mr M r Watters WattorsA WattorsOn i will mM say in the Courier CourierJournal CourlerJournal Courierournal
Journal J ournal in the morning morningIt morningHIt
HIt It does lfy l1ok lok > k as though the grand grandOld grandld
Old o ld party is up against aqlnst ag nlnst it It If The Theodore Theodore ¬
odore Roosevelt be bt not a candidate candidatefor candidateI
for f or the Republican Presidential noml noml1ttIOR nomlatttlon nomination ¬
nation id II1S there is nothing In Inouter Inouter
outer signs and tokens That he is isa fea
a practical politician pouUen of the first order orderwill orderwill
will 111 be readily alloweSrV alloW to his great greatpopularity greatpopUlarlb greatopularity
popularity p the clrcurantancs of his hiaWestern hisWeetn hisWeetarn
Western journey jeur ey fully tull attest but just justhow justhow justhow
how he h expects to make ke the t e landing landingtwo landtagtwo landingtwo
two years Hence we confess coat we e are areunable areb1e areuhaable
unable b1e to divine The evil 09 en conditions conditionswhich condttlo condttlowhich conditionswhich
which the colonel eaeorla corlate exooriatos ee have havesprung havesprung
sprung up under arieler IMler the hand and rule ruleof ruleot ruleof
of the Republican Rel lbI party part Every vory word wordhe worduttrs
he utters te aa arraignment of thatparty that thatparty t 8l
party part The ntore mbre salient of the abuses abuseswhich UIi08 UIi08wblch
which draw his nre Are have come Intobeing into intobeing
being n within the life of the preeont preeontRepublican pr88mtepublScan
Republican epublScan admtnletn a4M1AIat1a1oL loa There cane can canbe
be b e no ape for the Republicans short shortof shortof
of setting Taft aside and of placing placingRoosevelt placlDgRooselt placingRoosevelt
Roosevelt again in command In abort shortnd abortand abortad
and a nd fln fine ARe we do lOt ot believe he can canctoh cancatch canatch
catch c the Republican ferry boat even evenwith eeAlith areawith
with lith tww jttmns but If t he should it itte Itewr t tid
te er opinion olblt that t he be and those who whormlly whGlr whorally
rally lr abotit Him with such unthinking vntMinkingMthturiasm unthinkingasthualaam atJ iakIBSth
Mthturiasm th wo cGIIIW W stok ink here before beforeIs beforeuIs lc lccnW
uIs Is could get across the the Ittto Ktfaaw oC Rej RejpubHcan Re Re1Mibtteu Re Repubbcan
pubHcan sentiment Jlnl1 sentiment ent which w te atUl 1 1ILncI i iand
and deep and d well ell within the bnlci e ethe of ofthe f1 f1the
the Constitution and the law fartBig lawBiff lawDIJ
Biff Guna Will Ill Be Tufts Tnft Tnft1ft TuftsIn j jIn
In case Taft refuses to stand aside asidethe aSdeUao
the steam roller would be for Taft Taf not notRoosevelt nutROOHYeIt
Roosevelt in the national Pepubikcutcsnveatfoa PepuWlcan PepuWlcanconvention Pepu llcan llcanCOIWeDtJon
convention s The Thef Thecommteary f commteary stores thequartermasters the thequartermasters thequarterma
quartermasters quarterma ter supplies Uppl the heavy ar artillery 1Ullery arUllery ¬
Ullery would be with the administration admintetrationWall 8cbtraUonWall administrationWall
Wall street proper Is not so much con concerned c n neernecl ¬
corned aa the exPresident would have havethe hayethe havethe
the hayseeds of the wild u4 and woolly West Westbelteve W e t tbeUeYe
believe The stock tock gamblers want s stivity ae aetivtty aQttvlty
tivtty and Roosevelt gives stY them that thatB thatBot thatBut
B But t the organised waUtit w tJt of the country countryto countrrhardJ
to hardly hardJ yet sentimentalised With WiOrTheodore WJtlrTheodoro WithTheodore
Theodore Theodore Roosevelt Back in the White WhiteHome WhiteBoase WhiteRouse
Home it might ream re swt no mans prop property propOIt7 ¬
arty would be sale saleThe 8t 8tIM
The money would be poured out freely freelyfor treel treelfot y
for Taft Tatt aa aM in default of Taft for forsome torM
some M lDe other representing the warp and andwoof nadwoot
woof of oldfashioned Republicanism RepublicanismWe
We W may well ell believe belle that there te still stilla stilla
a great deal of Republicanism in the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party Having HI Theodore Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt for the Republican nominee the issue issueof l8euef lee leeof
of of f lifetenure is uneecapable une eapable The back backfrom backfrom ba bafrom
from Elba crowd may deride the manonhorseback manon manonhoraeback manononeb8ck
horseback and laugh to scorn th the sug suggestion 80SUon su sugeetlon ¬
gestion Uon qf Caesar and Caesarism But alt altthe alttho al althe
the same Die these will not down in th thpopular the thepopular thepopular e
popular mind especially In th tM Republi Republican RepubllCAD RpuWlcuffs ¬
can mind for precisely as Roosevelt will willpropose willPropose ill illproJlO8e
propose to come back have all the men menof meaot m
of history and destiny e tlny got there The Theidentification TbeIdent1ftcatJon Th Thidentification e
identification in sjl points would be per perfect perfoct ¬
feet The sole sol argument the only rea reason rea8Un reasum ¬
son which 4fuld < J VW aid be put forward for th threturn throturn threturn
return of Tnodore if odore Roosevelt to poweci poweciwould powocwould powe powewould q
would be the claim that representative representativegovernment representatlve representatlvegovenl1nent representatiwfgovernment
government is a failure and that the thestrong thestrong th thstrong e
strong arm of of a man rising above consti constitutional constIt1tdonal oonstitudonal ¬
tutional checks and balances is indispen indispensable Indlspensable ¬
sable 8 ble to the cleansing of tho Augean Augeanstables Augeanatables Augoastables n
stables stablesMr atablesIr stablesMr
Mr Ir Roosevelt may succeed in splitting splittingtho splittingtho split f B
Be
tho Republican party wide open Judge JudgeDouglas JudgeDoUCl Judi e
Douglas DoUCl a did that for tb the Democrats in inanother Inanotber 15 15another
another way so did Mr Cleveland Par Parties Putlet Parties ¬
ties are not Immortal They The are ara made of offleeh orl o f
flesh l sh and and blood and what has happened happenedmay happenedmay happen happenmay
may happen The crying need of o the time timeis timeIs tim timis °
is a change of o partiesTHINgS parties partiesTHINKS partiesTHINKS
THINKS ROOSEVELT SEEKS SEEKSTHE SEEKSTHE
THE PRESIDENCY IN 1912 1912St 1912St
St St Paul Minn M nn Sept 2Wlllls 2 Willis JAb JAbbott J J < Ab Abbott Abbott
bott bott nephew of Lyman J Abbott Is s In InSt InSt i iSt n
St St Paul studying the complex politi politisituation political politicalsituation politicalsituation
situation that confronts the Republican RepublicanI n nparly
I party in the th Northwest and will remain remainfor n
for the Conservation Congress next week weekHo weekHe weekHe Ise I
He believes Roosevelt may tn8 be the next nextPresident nextPresident nex nexPresident t
President and relates the following con conversation conV8IAtlot ¬
versation n between himself and Lawrence LawrenceAbbott L enco encoAbbott o
Abbott son sOJl of the editor of o the Outlook Outlookshortly Outlookshortly Outlookshortly
shortly before Roosevelt returned from fromAfrica tromAfrica fro m
Africa AfricaIt AfricaIt
It seems to me that you are counting countingon aounUn g
on having the next President of the theUnited th e
United United States on your your o r editorial staff ho hosalfl hosafa h hsaid 0
said to the editor editorI
I think we will responded re ponded the cousin cousinLarry cousinLarry cousinLarry
Larry went to Africa to meet the COlD colonel COlDnQl reinnot ¬
not on his return return to this country said saidMr sakiMr sa saMr d
Mr Abbott today and it was just beford be beforo beioro
ford he set out to meet the exPresident exPresidentthat exPresidesthat Presldent Presldentthat t
that tho above remark was made madeI
I firmly believe continued the Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
ington newspaper n wspaper and magazine writer writerthat wrItertT1at r
that that what my cousin said was put into intohis intohis 1st 1sthis
his mind by Roosevelt himself I believe believehe beUeyehe belleshe e
he has been laying his plans fdf t f a year yearand yoarand yea yeaand
and a half and that th t he fully intends1 Intondsto Intondstobecomo t to tobecome °
become a candidate tor President in n 1912 191 w
2303 10 to Montreal and Return ItetnrnSeptember ReturnSoptember ReturnSeptember
September 6 to 10 good returning returnln returningreach to toreach toreach
reach original orl ln81 starting starting point not later laterthan laterthan late latethan r
than September 15 Ponna Railroad RailroadConsult RalJrlHldConsult d
Consult ticket agents agentsFlorida agentsIilorldn
Florida Shingles Perfect A No No1 No1Frank 1 1Frank
Frank Llbbey Co 6th and N Y ave av e
FEARS DICTATOBS DICTATORSHIP I 1
HENRY WATTERSOir W WATTERSONNoted WATTERSOirNoted A TTERSOY TTERSOYN
Noted N edits Woo bollerM Roosevelt aka to toPLANS to82PItIU top toFOR
82PItIU 82PItIUPLANS p
PLANS FOR FORReported ELKINSES ELKINSESReported ELKINSESReported
Reported Family Will Visit Vii t Borne BorneIn aomein Bornen
In I n O October OctoberParis toberParis Cn ttober ttoberPariss
Paris Sept S j > t t 3 3Aoconilllg According to the BcJelr BcJelrthe Belrthe > Dclairthe
the marriage of Miss I Kathscine KatMtbaeto Xlkms Xlkmsto Elllcbusto
to the t 8 Duke D ko of oltM the Abntczl wtti take tsJceplace takeplaco takeplace
place in February 1ie The Tb Kins King of Italy Italyaccording Italyaccomlag hairccording
according a te the same authority au will re receive re recetv reedvq ¬
ceive cetv tb the Eakiae family in Rome infOcto infOctoii IafOctotlae tahOctotr
ii fc tr tr hlfch k the forthcoming mar marriage marrlat r rrI ¬
rlat riage rI will ill be announced announcedMiss IUUIOU announcedMiss I Iu
Miss u Bttclns Blkl wilt be created a princess princessThe JI JIThe
The only opponents of the marriage ania were wereDowager wereDowapr wereDowager
Dowager Queen MargherHa and the theDuchess UMI UseDucbest
Duchess of Aorta L The former queen grheeayielded QaI08IIyIeI queenyielded
yielded to the Kings strops pressure pressureand pressurelaid e eaad
and wrote to the Duke of the Ahrusst A hrihrs lrsl onAugust on onAugust onAU
August AU IS that she would be happy to tohave thave toave
have h ave the marriage take tIke place placeShe plaeeShe placeShe
She also wrote to Miss 1111 Elktoe EUdDI in re reply reply ¬
ply p ly to a long letter the latter had written wrtUanImploring WIttaImplorle writtenmploring
pi Imploring i < her for her rapport and pro protection J JteeUon protectba ¬
tection The Duchess of Aosta will prob probably pIMabl probbly ¬
ably abl a bly undertake another journey to Africa Atriea AtrieabaNCler Afcican Africain
in baNCler n jKtkr order not to take tak part in the wvMing wvMingwhich WIiINIDcwtdck
which she he stiU n opposss oppoIMISUICIDE opposesSUICIDE opposssSUICIDE
SUICIDE WILL GET GETVOTES GETVOTES
VOTES OF PARTY PARTYpont PARTYJ
fs F011 > a J rte t l Forces ces W1 ill Sn SniP SniPlOnt
pont D Dead ad AlanMilwaukee Man ManMilwaukee l an anMUwatakee I
i
I
Milwaukee Sept 2De8pIte 2 Desptte the fact factthat factthat f fFrank
that thatdidate Frank T Tucker La Follettes can candMate eaacUdate
dMate for attorney at general committed committedsuicide CGIIIIDIttedsuicide commit commitsuicide
suicide at Oshkosh Thursday he is s to tonoted be bevoted
voted for for Or the office The leaders of ofthe orthe o othe f ftlxi I
the La Fottette COAttD contingent eat realm r realmthey that thatthey tbtthe
they the are asking ukI their supporters to vote votefor TOtetor rot rotfor e
et
for a dead man The scheme acb is that thatshould tht8bould theshould t
should the th late candidate O4ndlc tte be pronounced pronouncedthe proDOUAeetfthe pronoun pronounthe
the Republican Repabueaa nominee the State cen central ceRtraI ¬
tral committee which which the La Lamen Foilette Foilettemen oeai i
I
men expect to control will on the theXOOC for forpteel formal formalproof I
proof of Mr Tuckers death substitute nb dtute a acandidate acaa acandldate
candidate candidateThe caa HdateThe candldateThe
The managers of the La Foilette cam campaign campdgR earnpsign ¬
paign are busy here and to other otherof districts districtsof cIIIItriGtsot
of Wisconsin la passing along the word wordworkers to tonary toworkers
nary workers to continue CODtIRue1n cantpaiga cantpaigafor campsiga1n
1n for Tucker Tuck Speaker Bancroft BDcroCtthe to tothe isore
the candidate of o the Jaf t Republicans Republicansattorney for forattorney forattornq
attorney general He has been conduct conducting conductmf conductlog ¬
log a strong cam campaign gn for his hi nomina nomination DOIDiDaUon nomtnatiOA ¬
tion tionH
H A A Gunderson of Portage is s t tother the theother theother he
other candidate for the Republican Republ1eaanation nomi nomination rssralnation ¬
nation for attorney attorney general It waswho was he hewho
who 110 exposed the envelope scandal ov ovwhich over overwhich er 81 81which
which it is believed Tucker in brooded broodedhimself 1IrocMIeclhlmselt
himself to nervous prostration prostrationWOMAff prostt10ftWOMAN prostrationWo
WOMAN Wo rAN SETS AIR RECORDHelene RECORD RECORDHelen RECORDHelene
Helene c Dntrlcu Flics TrrentyelRht TrrentyelRht3IIlei TUentyelJhtJUles TwentyelghMiles t
JUles < in France with Passenger PnanengcrOstend PnsJilengcrOatend PassengerOstend
Ostend Belgium Sept 2 1MIu Mtes Helene HeleneDutrieu He1eDeDutrleu He lea s i
leaed
Dutrieu the French aviator established establisheda establish et etanon ed
a anon new ne record for women pilots in distance distanceand dlstaaeeand list ciao
and altitude witH wlt a passenger p5fJe paesanRer ger todayWith today todayWith tocle tocleViti
With Viti a companion comp nlon in her aeroplane aeroplaneMtes aeroplanel11es aeroplaneMies
Mtes Dutrleu new from this city dtyBruges to toBruges toBruges
Bruges and 00 returned a total distance distanceof d
of about twentyeight miles mil At Bruges Brugesshe Drug Drugabedrcled Brugshe es
she abedrcled circled above the famous belfry of ofLes ofLes
Les Hanes Hall at a height of 13M 1 feet feetIt teetIt feetIt
It is fourteen miles by rail from Os Ostend Otend Ostoad ¬
tend to Bruges Les Hellos HaU is a s rftMtrk rftMtrkable rMMlkable
able medieval edtilce famed for its itsbelfry itabeI01 I tt ti tiwhich
belfry which rises 38 feet feet and its mag magnificent magnlftcont mugnilicont ¬
nificent chimes chimesFOUR chimesFOUR chimesFOUR
FOUR KILLED I BY LIGHTUJNG LIGHTUJNG3Ien LIGHTNjNG LIGHTNjNGJlcn LIGH G GMen
Men Asleep in Tent When hon Terrific TerrificStorm TerrlfloStorm TerriQStorm a I
Storm Cornell Up UpLamore UPLamore UpLamor0
Lamore Z N DftkSepL D Dtvk > kSept SeptL 1 t Daring Dar1A a ter terrific terrlftc terrifle ¬
rifle electrical stoipc last night four to men menwere menwore
wore struck by 1t lightning tftlng andkilled and Instantly Instantlykilled 1netaat1ykilled
killed The men wore part of a tfecsMh tfecsMhIng ticIIfIIaJng
lag crew and with 1 liar companlonc companloncwere COII apantonswere oosn 1
were sleeping in a asmal1tlint afl smart tint The four fourwho fourwho f ou r
who were killed lay wifih wnllhtitteit x their heads headstoward beadstoward s
toward tho door of the tent teAt the wing wingof wt wto wlof u6
of o which had been blown open by the thewind thewind I
wind windThe windTbe windThe
The coappanlonsTJair col3hpaulesths elf with their heads headsto heMsto
to the roar roar of tb the tant t ihut Jbut > so close dosetheir that thattheir tIattho1r
their feet touched tttabes tia tIIt others That they theyescaped e7oscaUed the
escaped with t a seven SOV8 shock sb k sad sel ljr ljrminor 1 1minor y
minor Injuries Inj rlos is s suIslnglk suIslnglkPpr au I IABE leinpt
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Little Li tle boys now roll roilrettcs ciga cigarettd cigarett
rettd rett rettcs S instead o 0 hoopsSp hoopsSReakin hoops hoopsSpeakin
Speakin Sp akin o 0 personal lib liberty liberty ¬
erty e Y nobuddy ever kicks kickscause kickscause kickscause
cause th dry goods stores storeshaint storeshaint storeshaint
haint open open on Sunday Sundayt S
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2345 1O3 tf1bentrely 3untrenl untrcnl and Return BctiirnBaltimore RetnrnBaIUmore
Baltimore Rr Ohio rout route September 5
to 10 vsJId aUd for return until September IS Ji 1
Ask agents for further Information InformationBent InormationDeAt informationBest
Bent Florida Iorlda Shingles 450 iO Per 1000 I0 00
Frank Llbbey Co o 6th and N 1 Y YL av ave 00e e
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FOIfflfT r RTlfY PS PSTakes PAN PANAMA M J IRGE I 1URGES
URGES RGE R ROOSiVELT ROOSiVELTTakes 5IVlT 5IVlTTakes
Takes Issue with President Presidenti PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTafton
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Taft Tafton on Canal a Matters MattersDEMANDS MattersDEMANDS tattrrsDEMANDS
DEMANDS STRONG STBONGNA N NAVY NAVYColonel AVY AVYColonel VY VYColonel
Colonel Would Thus Aid Inter Intert International
t national nntio al Peace Movement MovementNebraska 1Uove MovementNebraskas ent entliebraakua
liebraakua Nebraska Reception Not as Wild AVIldeyed Wildeyed VlltJeTed
eyed n as that ot Kansas but Plentypf Plenty Plentypf Plentyf
pf f Evidence of Approval Approtini Is SeenSenntorr Seen SeenSenator SeenSenator
Senator Dolllver Bnrkett and andBroTro 1ndBrown andBrown
Brown Attend Folltloal Confer Conferences ConferenoesFor ConfereneesFor ¬
enoesFor ences For Roosevelt In 1012 1012Omaha 1312 1312Omaha 10LZOmaha
Omaha Sept 2 2Col Col Roosevelt Rooseveltadvocated Rooseveltadvocated Rooseveltdvocated
advocated a very vtx sir strongly Y Yfortlfication today the thefortiScation thefor th e
fortiScation for of the Panama Panam Canal CanalHe CanalHe CanalHe
He said that to invite other nations nationsto ntionsto n tions tionsto
to step in and guarantee gua ntee the neutral neatralitv neutralitY nelatralityof
itv itY ityof of this purely American erican work workwould wockwould d dwouJd
would be an act of litter utter weakness weaknessand wcakacssand wea kl ass assand
and folly follyIt follyIt follyIt
It would wOUJdmean mean be declared the thecomplete thecomplete thecomplete
complete ajadoameHt tbi doomeRt t of the Mon Monroe 1100roe Ion Ionoe ¬
roe r oe doctrine If It I would be a blow blowto blowto blowto
to the prestige of the Cnited nited States Stateson Sta Stateson es eson
on the Pacific It would be treason treasonto tr treasonto ason asonto
to the destiny of the reThose repjibjk repjibjkThose re reThose
Those > ho heard the cok colonel colonelmake ooloiido ooloiidmake el elmake
o
make these statements before an anaudience anaudkace anudience
audience a of 5000 persons perso s ia the theAwUtorian theAUdi theAuditoarl
AwUtorian AUdi Auditoarl riW1 of Omaha construed Cciistrisedhis construedhis COIlStnaedhis
his remarks to r be greeted at t Presi President President Presient ¬
dent d ent Taft Taft who does not slue this thisopinion thisopinion thisopinion
opinion opinionFAVORS
FAVORS A BIO NAVYCoL NAVY XAVTpA XAVYpol
pA CoL Roosevelt was mighty empbaiks t1e In Inhis Inbb inis
h hI his is speech He discussed the th aavjr nargv Yi and andimpressed udImPelMd codmpressed
hf impressed I upon the crowd that be is hi hifavor infavor htavor
favor f avor of increasing it It t He B spoke of the thewonderful tilewoDderul usewonderful
wonderful cruise around the world of thefile the thefleet tMnet
net file fleet and sjs all psssjied eel with pride to tbs fact factthat facttbat factthat
that he had footed those vttoVfetf said satdths saidhat
ths t hat it could ecnzI4 as net wnuaaestrt aswMsetoBx 1 C fahr be accom accomi aCNaMY7
> i 1ssjurt 1 A1atsj ri4 awrr said the colons colonsIt colo colofer reload reloadli
It ttirgrelsrbN s r B gsest asset for peace He did didark d
ilk urge rg beIU8w bettiswencT bat he urged urgedstrength urgedarengtK
strength strengthAM 1ItnD 1ItnDu arengtKAa
AM a help to the came of international internationalpeace internationalpence
peace OoL Boosevelt Mid the cruteo ot otthe ottbe ofthe
the fleet was powerful pow ul The chief JD8terial matenisi mate material ¬
rial advantage IUt ce to be gained from the ca canal caaaI ¬
nal construction COII will oe the doubting do of ofoor o oour ofour
our navy by the connecting link between betweenthe 1HKweeftUte
the two oceans For that reason we must musttake musttake t ttake
take care of It ourselves oumeI and we wont wontfrave weutJtae
leave to ask By other ol M nation what whatto wbAtto whatlode
to lode lodet do doIt doI
I It te the moat Important werk thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the government has undertaken ia year 7ean 7eanIf
If indeed it to not the most important in inthe Inthe Inthe
the opinion of the former President PresidentReception PNrddeRtReceptlOp PresidentReception
Reception ReceptlOp Not ot Noisy XolsyThe XOlayThe NoisyThe
The colonel came to Omaha this thisexpec morn nrninp
inp put expecting expec a great deal settler reeep reeepUon reeept10ft
son than he got There were no e brass brassbands bruebaada brassbands
bands playing < national hynto bymael no crowds crowflathat crowcsthat crowdsthat
that Jammed the streets no poneemenwfUopnc policemen n nJlopbIc
wfUopnc JlopbIc innocent spectators and nowild no nowild DOwtJ4
wild cheering I There was law and order orderJust CXderJust orderjust
just Just what T it it te preaching Omaha Omahagave Omahagave Omahagave
gave him what one might term a a thought thoughtful Utouxhttal ¬
ful fu reception receptionThe receptionThe receptionThe
The people of Nebraska are with the thecolonel thecolonel
colonel aH rIP only ODI they are e not so sodemonstrative 30demoutratIv
demonstrative as the Kansans who are arepositively arepcMdtivq
positively wildeyed There was a din distinct dIatIBet dinduct ¬
tIBet undercurrent undercurrent uD MeUlIeDt of approval that the t tmade was woemade wasmade
made manifest t when the occasion was wasoffered wasotrered wasoffered
offered Politicians by the score flocked flockedto > ookedto
to Omaha to whisp whisper r kind words wor to the theeoloneL theeoIo
colonel eoIo Senators Burkett and Brown Brewn of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this State SW Stite and Senator DoUtver of Iowa Iowawere Iowa
were on hand all day long Jor and they said saidlota saJdlots
lots of patriotic things about the colonel colonelBnrkett el elBurkett
Burkett who is seeking Jtee A reelection to tothe tothe t4the
the United States Senate presides Ided over overthe OVerthe overthe
the exercises in the auditorium Utorlum He He1aud He1audeel laud lauded ¬
ed the colonel to the skies This gave graveT gaveT
T H It the opportunity to boom Burkett in infront intront
front of a great crowd that will carry the thenews thoDeW8 thenews
news broadcast It was wU interesting to tonote tonote tonote
note throughout th the day that Senator SenatorDolnver SeltorDo1Uyer SenatorDolflver
Dolnver te about as popular here as asthdr
either thdr of the Nebraska N ebtuka Senators When Whenhe Whenhe W1Mn1te
he arose in the auditorium to respond to tothe tothe
the fond demand from the crowd for a aspeech apeeeb aspeech
speech Dolllver was eloquent His Insur Insurgent illlMUDt Incurgent ¬
gent blood grew hot He placed theeoto theeotonel tJao tlseeloi MIo
nel i el 1 in the same category with itJI Jefferson Jeffersonand TeU Jeaersonand r onI
and Lincoln The TII audience yelled and the thecohmol t1McOIGDOI theeotonot
cohmol beamed happily happilyAktrar
b
> Aktrar Bon Initiation InitiationIn
In the breathing spells between speeches speechesand apeooheaand slMOGheiaad
and motor rides and luncheon lune and dinner dinnerand clhmerDC1
and an InItttIoI Initiation by the AksarBen AksarBenRoosevelt AkarBenRoOIefeIt AksarBenRooseveit
Roosevelt had some iOUI time today for po mattest political poJltIcal ¬
attest conferences He talked the situa situation stt sttt10ft ¬
ties over with the Senators a ad fl he met metOor metGcw
Oor SlaUlenberger S laUeDber1J and Mayor < Dabtatan Dabtatanof
of Omaha Each of these men te of o of the theopinion
opinion that the colonel colonels trip through the theWest tbctWeet theWest
West has thus faT been a triumphal triumphalmarch trtumpMJmarch
march They consider him the filet t prl prirate prlrte
rate dUlleR of the country They retared re refused re refUNd
fused to say what they thought bt about the thetalk thetalk
talk about 1M2 The consensus COMeD U8 of opinion opinionin
in Nebraska te 15 however that if Rooeevolt RooM Roosevelt ¬
volt wante tile nomination he can have it itAnd ILAnd
And If be gets it It they think hell be beelected beelected beeieeted
elected without vithout the sttjcblest doubtAs 4o do tJU ht htAs
As ha a passed the streets this af tt afters tanjpon tanjponOR pon ponon n nOft
OR Ms way to the hall the ootoal rv aa aaonly a aenly
only 17 mildly hailed Most of Ww popula population p0pnhndon Ia IatioIl ¬
don was hanging around the Us doors mQk aftkContlnned mQkOontinuoll ak
Contluneil on Page 3 Column Coin ran 3 3Popular 3Popular 3Popular
Popular Bxcurnloa Baltimore Ohio OhioR OkloU OhioIt
R 11 It septemher cpteinlier A Afl A
fl 100 0 to Harpers Ferry Charleston Sum Summit Summit ¬
mit Point Stephenson and Winchester Wmchasterand WtrIdterad Winchesterand
and tKUID turn Special train from fro Union
Station SM S 60 a L m returning same day dyl2 dayAltlTnore
12 l2 1l 1lBaltimore Ttaltimorc and Return ReturnBaltimore ReturnDRUh1lore
Baltimore A t Ohio R Rn R REvery
Every Saturday Saturda and Sunday Sunda All 11Bboth trains nIMboth trainsboth
both ways botlMlays except Royal t IJra
lUBd lUBdFlorida IIedFlorhln 1GedFlorida
Florida Cypress Shingles Lad IJfctlma
Frank Ubbey abbey d Co 6Ui and N Y ave V
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