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Island Navy Nav Yard and the schooner schooneryacht mihooneryacht Iooner Iooneracht
yacht acht Eagre now at the Norfolk Navy NavyYard NavyYard
Yard have boon condemned by the Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
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Tho Bennington Is a gunboat of 1710 1710tons 17117tons 1710tons
tons tons displacement dl plftcement She has been out of ofcommission otcommlMlon ofcommiselon
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of about 223 tons tonsIn tonsIn tonsIn
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off Tompklnsvllle was strUck by b a squall squallwith squallwloth squallwIth
with mainsail sot and was capglzod cap tzod Her Herowner Herown01 Herowner
owner Commodore William T Garner Garnerand Garnerand Garnerand
and several members of his family were weredrowned werodrowneJ weredrowned
drowned Miss Edith May who alto was wasa wasa wasa
a member of the party was rescued rescuedMiss rescuedMiss rescuedMiss
Miss May ray later became the wife of ofWilliam otWilliam ofWilliam
William C 9 Whitney who was Secretary Secretaryof
of tho Navy from 1SSS 1 to 1SS9 In ISiS the theMohawk the1ohawk theMohawk
Mohawk was purchased by the United UnitedStates unitedStatus unitedStates
States Coast and Geodetic Survey and andwas andwas andas
was as renamed tho Eagre On July Jul 31 1908 1908she 1008sho 1iO6she
she was transferred from the Coast and andGeodetic andGeodetic andGeodetic
Geodetic Survey to tho navy novyMany noy noyMany navyMany
Many foulard and pongee pangea suits are aromado nromado aremade
mado In Russian blouse style
Holds Race Suicide Treason TreasonAgainst TreasonAgainst TreasonAgainst
Against Creator CreatorSPEAKS CleatorI CleatorSPEAKS CieatoiSPEAKS
Condemn Conditions In France nnd nndIMnnien nndDlnmes andBlanies
IMnnien ProtcKtnntfsm Prote tonsm for Tolerat Tolerating TnleratIng Tolerathg ¬
ing Evil Which He Makes It ItPlnln ItI ItPInin
I Plnln PIn In the Catholic Church Is Still StillFighting stlnFighting StillFighting
Fighting to Subdue SubdueMontreal Subcl SubclMontreal SubdueMontreal
Montreal Sept 8 Father Bernard BernardVaughan BernardYnughnn BernardVaughan
Vaughan who is noted in England for forhis forhis forhis
his attacks on tho vices and follies of so society 80cety socety ¬
ciety cety hag ha created a sensation here by an anattack ana anattack
attack a ttack on divorce and race suicide suicideAmong suicideAmong It ItAmong
Among other things ho said saidSurely saidSurel saidSurely
Surely Surel it requires no prophet or son sonof sonof sonof
of a prophet nor oven a single glance of ofthe ofthe Ofthe
the prophetic vision to foretell what what in ina ina I Ia
a few iterations must be the respective respectivepopulations respectlepopulations respectivepopulations
populations of Catholics and nonCath nonCatholics nonCathoUes nonCatholica ¬
olics when the former repudiate r pudlato alto altogether altogether altogother ¬
gether divorce dlvor e and racial suicide while whiletho whilethe hllo hllothe
the latter tolerate and practice both I Isay Isn Isay
say sn I repeat that whenever racial sui sulcldo suicldo suidde
cldo Is I practiced whetnor in France in inEngland InEnglAnd inEngland
England or in the United States Stat os or in inCanada InCanada Intanada
Canada there nonCatholics are so hoav hoavily hea heavfly
fly 11 hampering themselves In tho race for forpopulation forpopulation forpopulation
population with Catholics as to make If Ifa Ita i ia
a walkover for us usDntlcH usDntJCH usDuties
Duties of Husbands HunlmmlnWhile nnltlnn1sWhl1e HusbandsWhile
While they tho will bo out of the fun funning running gunning ¬
ning with with all tho vehemence of my mysoul m msoul mysoul
soul I shout out to all whom it may con concern concern concern ¬
cern Acquit yourselves yoursel as men be bereal beraft bereal
real raft I husbands do your our duty as fathers fathersleave rath8lsleavo fathersleave
leave yourself in the hands of God for fortho fortho fortho
tho accomplishment nc mpllhment of His Ill wilt wHLFather wiltFather nl nlFath
Father Fath < r Vaughan condemned conditions conditionsIn condl ons onsIn
In France Fran e He went on onI onI onI
I recommend that people to change changetheir changetheir changetheir
their present motto and to emblazon on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their Hag the words Llberto Egaliteo EgaliteoMatornlte EgatlteoMatorntto EgaliteoMaternito
Matornlte To England 1 say a y instead ID8teadof insteadof insteadof
of calling together a royal commission commissionto
to make divorce easier aJor for the poor sum summon sumIIIon summon ¬
mon it to maku divorce dlorc more difficult difficultfor dl difficultfor tcult tcultfor
for the rich If you OU can stop top divorce divorcealtogether c1IYorcQaJtnsother divorcealtogether
altogether Go forth say IIIL I increase Iller and andmultiply andmultiply andmultiply
I have been accused of publicly pubUe stat stating statIng statlag ¬
ing that Protestants Prote tants are on the wane and andwill aDdwill andwill
will soon cease to be What hat i did say sayand sayand 7 7and
and I do not hoettate to repeat It is that thatif ttIt thatif
if racial suicide 8ulcld is I not chocked among amongnonCatholics amongnonCatholics moD moDnonCatholics
nonCatholics their numbers must asses necessarily n assessarIly ee eerlly ¬
sarily rlly decrease till at length the death deathrate dthrate deathrate
rate becoming greater grt than the birth birthrate birthrato birthrate
rate there will be an appreciable shrink shrinkage shrlnkale shrinkage ¬
age in the nonCatholic population populationTrennon populationTrenllon populationTreason
Treason Arnlimt Creator CreatorI
I cannot conceive of a worse policy policythan poltcrthan policythan
than that of a man and woman calling callingthemselves call1Dgthemsehc callingthemselves
themselves husband and wife wit shaking shakingtheir shakingtheir hakl haklUlear
their nets ts in tho face of the Divine Maj Majesty MaJC8ty MaJesty ¬
esty of God Almighty while shrieking out outat outat outat
at Him the defiance de ance You say y iocrense iocrenseand 1Derer 1Dererand lucrereaand
and multiply Not only onl do we despise despisethe dMPllethe despisethe
the law but we defy deC it itI It ItI itI
I call racial d1 suicide lluiek1 constructive co trucUYe trea treason treason treeson ¬
son against agaln t God To live the married life lifeIn ur urIn lifeIn
In order deliberately deliberate to spoil Its sacred sacredconsequences SBcreclconsequences eacradooneaqunces
consequences is in my judgment to live livein UYCIn livein
in a state of legalized prostitution prostitutionI
Ofl 11 I have nothing nothln to say against 1 tnet Prot Protestants l Protestants rot rote ¬
estants e tantl but I have a a right to judge judgeProtestantism judl8Prote judgeProtestsnUsm
Protestantism Prote tanUsm I look look and weigh Protest Protestantism ProttanUlm Protestantiam ¬
antism in the scale of the sanctuary MDCtUtU If IfI ItI IfI
I find it wanting I must say so soA soA soA
A civic reception which in size and andmagnificence andmagniOcence andmagnificence
magnificence outclassed any 0 of the theEucharlstic theEucharistic theEucharistic
Eucharistic Congress affairs thus th far was washeld wafIheld washeld
held in honor of Cardinals Vannutolli VannutolliLogue VannutoillLogue VannutalliLogue
Logue and Gibbons at the city hall to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night When hen the function was in full fullswing rullIng fullswinS
swing Ing a crowd of laboring men ted 1 by bya b ba bya
a wellknown local agitator appeared at atthe atthe atthe
the city elt hall after holding boldln a ameetlng meetlng on onthe onthe onthe
the Champ de Mars and demanded ad admittance adndttanco admittance ¬
mittance as citizens citizensThey cIU7e citizensThey 8 8They
They were refused on the ground that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the were not properly attired Police Policereserves Polleereserves Policereserves
reserves wore called and although It Itlooked Itlooked itlooked I
looked as though thou h there was about to be betrouble beI betrouble
trouble the crowd was dispersed dispersedEMPIRE dl dispersedEMPH porHd porHdElrPHtE
Chairman Dlx Conducts Pence Din Dinner Dinner Dinncr ¬
ner nt Knickerbocker KnickerbockerNew UnlcJur1ocJerNew KnickerbockerNew
New York Y k Sept 8 The Democratic Democraticleaden Domoc Democraticleaders tlc tlcleaders
leaders brought together from all parts partsof partsot partsof
of the State by Chairman John A Dlx Dlxheld Dlxheld Dlxiteld
held their big peacetalk and dinner to tonight tonight tonight
night at the Hotel Knickerbocker KnickerbockerWords KnickerbockerYonls KnickerbockerWords
Words of confidence and hope fell fellthrough fol1through fellthrough
through the cigar smoke as gently gbntl as asspring asprlng asspring
spring rain All gubernatorial booms boomswere boomswere boomswere
were checked at the door and unkind unkindwords unkindWords unkindwords
words were ero barred The speakers were werechosen woreoboson werechosen
chosen becauso of proved ability at the thesoft thesoft thesoft
soft pedal The spirit of the meeting meetingwas meetingwas meetingwas
was get together give and take a little littlebit Jlttlobit littlebit
bit and clean up tho wicked WICkodRCPubJlcans WICkodRCPubJlcansnext wioked1flepublicansnext Republicans Republicansnext
next election day dayIt do doIt dayIt
It was wa as remarkable a collection of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic ofDemocratic
Democratic chieftains as eypr ovr put their theirfeet tholrteet theirfeet
feet under the tables Tammany Tammant Tammantdown sat satdown setdown
down amiably amlabl with folk who have hftye done donelittle done donel1ttle donelittle
little else but swear at t the Hiall Hell for foryears foryears foryears
years Every Ever faction and shade of spin opinion optnion spinion ¬
ion had its representatives and every everybody evc evcboo everybody ¬
body boo cheered together so It seemed for fora forL fora
a L united battle front frontPICKED frontPICKED frontPICKED
Connecticut Democrat Declare for forTn torJnflge forJugc
Tn Jnflge jKC HnMrrin HnMrrinNow DnldwlnNew fluldwinNow I
Now Haven Sept S SSlmeon Simeon E Bald Baldwin Ba1dwin BaldvIn ¬
I win former chief justice of the Supremo SupremoCourt SupremoCourt SupramoCourt
II Court of Connecticut was nominated nomln ted for forgovernor forgoornor forgovernor
governor at tho Democratic State con convention cononUon convontion ¬
I vention today todayTho toda todaTho todayThe
I Tho nomination would have been unan unanimous unanImous unanimous ¬
imous and by b acclamation if It had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been for Mayor Wlllard C Fisher Fish or ofj ofjMlddletown of ofUc1dletown ofMiddletown
Mlddletown the Wesolyan Wesol n Univarslty1 Univarslty1not University Unhrersltyprofessor Universityprofessor
professor ot political economy tho woul woulnot would wouldnot
not withdraw his opposition to Judge JudgeBaldwin JUdgeBldwln JudgeBaldwin
Baldwin BaldwinPANAMA BldwlnPANAMA BaldwinPANAMA
Liberal Llberol May laT Be n Elected el Vice lee Presi President Preldent President ¬
dent at Poll Today TodayPanama ToIn ToInPanama TodayPanama
Panama Sept S SExcitment Excltment is running runninghigh runninghigh runninghigh
i high on the eve of the election of a avice aIee avice
vice Iee president of the republic by the na national nationnl national ¬
tional assembly There is much specula speculation spoculatlon speculatlon ¬
tlon everywhere owing to a report that thatthe Umtthe thatthe
the United States will annex ann Panama if ifa Ifa ifa
a certain ticket is not elected electedNotwithstanding 01 electedNotwithstanding oc ted tedNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the pressure that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been brought to bear In the course of oftho ottho ofthe
tho past few days the assembly Is still stillfirm stillfirm stillfirm
firm in its determination to elect a Lib Liberal Uberal lAberal ¬
eral vice ice president Pablo Arosemena is IBmentioned ismcmUoned ismentioned
mentioned as the candidate who is likely likelyto likelyto likelyto
to be successful Senors Porras Diaz Diazand Dlazand Diaxflfld
and Boyd are among the qthor Liberal Liberalcandidates Liberalcandidates Liberalcandidates
candidates Secretary Lewis Is mentioned mentionedas
as the Conservative candidate candidateThe candidateThe candidateTheco1larless
The Theco1larless collarless waist continues to be bepopular bopOPular bepopular
popular It Is worn worn ptternoons afternoons and morn mor mor1nP morninga
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420428 7th Street
411425 Ith Street StreetBest Stre StreetBest t tBest
Best Grades of ofSilk ofSilk ofSilk
Silk in Remnants RemnantsWorth
Worth up to 125 yd at atIt at39c at39c
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It has been a long time timesince timesince timesince
since you ou had an opportunity opportunityto
to buy silks like these thes at such sucha
a price Included in the lot lotyou lotyou lotyou
you will find Plain Colored ColoredMessaline ColoredMessaline ColoredMcssalinc
Messaline Peau de Cygne CygneTaffeta CygneTaffeta CygneTaffeta
Taffeta Fancy Taffetas TaffetasFancy TaffetasFancy TaffetasFancy
Fancy foulards Foulards Pongees and andplenty andplenty andplenty
plenty of Black Hjabutai H Ixbutai < abutai Taf Taffeta Taffeta Taffeta ¬
feta and apd Peau de Cygnes Cygneslengths Cygneslchgths Cygnesleligtlis
lengths run from 2 to 15 15yards 15yards 15yards
yards and worth up to 125 125a
a yard yardAt yardTHREEKILLED
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been notified Injured Machinist J JH JH JH
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Mate first class a 0 C Roberts Fire Firemen Flremon Firemen ¬
men first class S J Wittwor J A ABrady ABratlr ABrady
Brady Kinney Morriaaon ltorrla on Fireman Firemansecond Firemanaeeond Firemansecond
second claw 01 L K Plorek AH In Injured InJured Injured ¬
jured will rocovor Dead and Injured Injuredtranaforred InjuredtranalGnecl Injuredtreanforroti
tranaforred to Solace No estimate oatimatepoMtble OItimatlPNlAble estimatepossible
possible yet regarding ro s injury injur to boil boilers boilers bollerg ¬
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Shoal Will tit probably pro bl3 como to Reads Readstoroorow Roadfltomqrrow Bondstomrow
toroorow tomqrrow Have Ha Ordered board In Invottlgailon InvoetJptlon Invost1ation
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The aocMent to tho oil fuel 1 fuelajstem system of ofthe otlbe ofthe
the North Dakota DaJt ta ia the flnt or th tM kind ktodthat kID4tbat kindthat
that MIC tha occurred in Use navy IUL since oil oilM oilan oilU
M an auxiliary fuel was lUll Introduced a afew afew afew
few roars ago agoUnder agoUnder agoUnder
Under the system In use in the t 8 navy navytho navytho navythe
tho oil is conducted through t rHh pipes to a asettling AMttJtng aeattilug
settling tank which is located in the theflroroom tAeftrOloom theftrmwoom
flroroom ftrOloom11Ih ftrmwoomThh flroroomThh
Thh tank is tor fo fo the purpose of allow allowing allowIDC ahlewtug ¬
tug the water to be separated M 8rftted fryi frn rcr the tneoil theoil
oil From FrO the settling tank the oil 011foreed is isforced isforced
forced through pumps and sprayed on onthe 011the enthe
the live flr a tha under the boiler The oft oflfuel ofttv1 oilfuel
fuel enables a bottle ship to g gilt t up steam steamaster at nissanfaster m mtuter
aster than by b tho uea iso of coal alone alon and andateo aDdaI andalso
also aI o effects an economy In the coal oaL COM COMptton COBaumptlon cooaumptlon
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From the brio report of the aecklent aecklentteleprapoed aecklentttIJle aecklenttelegraphed
telegraphed ttIJle apbed by b Rear Admiral Schroeder Scbrooderengineering Scbroe Schroederen1neering er erenpneertng
engineering officers of the Na Xvy Nav y Depart Dopartment DapnrtDMDt Departmoot
moot believe that tb t the accident aec nt must have havebeen havobeen havebeen
been due to t a leakage in the fuel oil oilpipes oUpI oilpipes
pipes pI In the room The e5cact cause ea of oftho oithe ofthe
the Sro will 111 not be known however 1aow ver un until anIll 111 111UI ¬
Ill the investigating board completes compte its itswork Itawork Itswork
work workTbo workTho workThe
The North Dakota has boon m 1a com commission conamton conimission ¬
mission only onl about six Ix months She is iscommanded SaeommaDded iscommanded
commanded by Capt Albert Cleaves GJa U US US US
S N I former naval aid to the Ut Assistant AssistantSecretary AtantSecretar AsaistantSecretary
Secretary Secretar of the Navy NaY He assumed assumedcommand aMumfM aMumfMcommand assumedcommand
command of the battle ship only onl a few fewweek fo fowe fewweeks
week we ks ago The North t Dakota was built builtat builtat builtat
at the yards ardt of the Fore River Ship ShipBuilding ShipBuilding ShipBuilding
Building Company at Quincy Mass Her Herdisplacement Herdisplacement
displacement If 20000 t000 tons She carries carriesa
a main battery of ten 12Inch 121n < h guns gunsSKEFTS0AI gunsSKEPTICAL gunsSKEPTICAL
The reason rea on there are so many man people peoplewho peopJowho peoplewho
who are skeptical Is that there t re are so somany somanr soma1y
many ma1y things that aro advertised advertl od which whicharo whicharohumbugs whichate
ate arohumbugs humbugs and being intelligent you youroach youreach ou ouroach
roach the point whero you ou say that no noone noono noone
one Is going to fool you OU If you OU can help hejpIt helpIt hoipIt
The Wlihelmlna rUbelmlR Foot Treatment is a anew 8 8new 0new
new scientific J ntUIe method for treating ail ailments aUmoots allmeats ¬
moots of tho human body bod that aro caus caused caused cansed ¬
ed by the bones bono of the feet getting out outof outot outof
of place placeWe 1cobeUcyo placeWe
We believe that anything n nS that Is good goodfor goodtor goodfor
for the human family should bo placed placedwithin placedwithin placedwithin
within ihe he reach of all so we adver advertise aderUse advortins ¬
Use in the way that we believe will roach roachthe roochthe roachthe
the most people The result is I that to toone toono toone
one patron we Ie get through t rough advertising advertisingwith advertisingwiU advertisingwith
with printers Ink wo get two through throughtho throughtho throughthe
tho cures we make This is absolutely absolutelytruo absoluto1ytruo absolutelytruo
truo truoWe
We do not claim that we can cure cureeverything cureoverjthlng cureeverything
everything by The Wlihelmlna Foot FootTreatment FootTroatm FootTreatment
Treatment Troatm nt and neither do wo claim that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we know we can cure you but WE DO DOKNOW DOKNOV DOKNOW
KNOW that UJ t we are treating tro Ung and curing curinga
a groat many poople for troubles that thatone thatono thatone
one year 8tlr ago no doctor or surgeon knew knewwere knewwere knewwere
were curable by foot treatment and we wewould wowould wewould
would have been he on laughed at if we had hadclaimed hadelalnH1 hadclaimed
claimed it but facts are stubborn things thingsto
to deny den
Wo can c n give names of a a great many manypeople manypeople manypeople
people in this city who will vouch for tho thotruth thotnlth thetruth
truth of these statements We do not notwant notwant notwant
want your our money unless wo can honestly hon06Uyearn lonoatIyearn i iearn
earn It it You are or should be willing willingto
to pay to have your troubles cured Wej Wejglvo We Wegive 0 0glvo
glvo you an examination free and arej arejpleased are areplu5ecl arepleased
pleased to have you ou call at our offices officeswe officoswe officeswe
we can then toll you ou the facts as they theyare the thearc theyare
are areWhether
Whether your our trouble is or is not notsomething notsomothlng notsomothing
something that we know wo can cure cureby cureby cureby
by our treatment wo 0 tell you ou the truth truthWe truthWe truthe
We e are putting this opportunity within withintho withinthe wlthlnthe
the roach of all You can do no wiser wiserthing wls wiserthing r rthing
thing than call on us and find out what whatalls whatails whatails
ails you Ou You might be mighty lucky by bydoing byJoin bydoing
doing Join so Remember examinations free freewhile freewhile freewhile
while we remain at 720 11th St St N W WOur WOur V VOur
Our practice t > r3ctlco 1ws rns grown so much larger largerthan largerthan arger argerthan
than we ve anticipated that our present place placewill placewill placewill
will not accommodate us Wo Yo move into intothe Intothe intothe
the now block corner of G and llth llthStreets lithStreets 11thStreets
Streets in October where we are are fitting fittingup fittingup fittingup
up a a suite uito of eleven offices and operating operatingrooms operaUqgrooms operatingrooms
rooms where our patrons will have every everycomfort everycomCort everycomfort
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Refuses to Sit Down with withIndicted withl11di withIndicted
Indicted l11di ted Senator SenatorCREATES SenatorCREATES SenatoiCREATES
DecJor Declares He Would Not Attend Ham Hnmllton HamIlton Hamhlton
llton Club Dinner Until Larimer LorimerIIUatJon LorhinerInvitation LarimerInvitation
Invitation Hail Been Withdrawn WithdrawnIii VIthilrntvnIn
In Speech to Railroad Men Icn He Tells TellsThem TellsThem TellsThem
Them What He Ie Will Do If IfChicago ItChrcago IfS
S Chicago Sept 8 STrouble Trouble came shortly shortlyafter shorU shorUatter shortlyafter
after Col Roosevelts arrival at Freeport Freeportstation Freeportstation Freeportstation
station this afternoon A A delegation delegationfrom delegationfrom delegationfrom
from tho Hamilton Club headed by Pres President PresIdont Prosident ¬
ident John II Batten met him Along Alongwith Alongwith Alongwith
with it t1 a reception committee of railroad railroadmn railroadm6n railroadmen
mn vho 10 did not relish the Intrusion Intrusionthe intrusionthe intrusionthe
the Chicagoang escorted o cortod Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltto
to a grove In 1p p the fair grounds groundsTho groundsThe groundsThe
The colonel eolon chatted pleasantly with Mr MrBatten MrBatten MrBatten
Batten and the th others and asked uk d who whowould whowould whowould
would bo at the dinner Ho smiled at the themention themention themention
mention of Uncle UncI Joe Cannon but his hisexpression hislxpreHfon hisexpression
expression changed into one of anger angerwhen nngerwhen angerwhen
when he heard that Senator Lorimer had hadbeen hadheen hadbeen
been invited invitedDo I InvitedDo lted ltedDo
Do you moan to any Ba that Lorimer 1 1to Is Isto isto
to be there 1 he asked Batten BattenWhy BattenWh BattenWhy
Why Wh yes y replied the Hamilton Club Clubpresident Clubpresident Clubpresident
president He has beon invited and has hasaccepted basaccepted hasaccepted
Emphatically Empbntl nll Declines DeclinesTho DeoUneTho DeohincaTime
Tho colonel looked around him and ex exclaimed exc1Alme axclaimed ¬
claimed < < 1 Then I shall decline to go If IfLorlmer ItLorimer IfLorlmet
Lorlmer com conies you can count me out of ofit orIt ofIt
it It would be the acme to have ha ye him himthere h1mthere himthere
there ag n to have others who are now nowunder nowunder nowunder
under indictment indictmentMembers IndlctmentMombe18 IndictmentMembers
Members of the Lisa bl Hamilton Club tried to todissuade todlaUlule todissuade
dissuade Mr Roosevelt ltoo Yelt from rom hasty Judg Judgment judgment judgmeat ¬
ment A large IArl crowd cro pricked up their theirears theirMnI theirears
ears in order to catch oyer 0CKf ee y word The Thecolonel Tbecolon1 Thecolonel
colonel talked su sufficiently Olden Uy loud for every everyone eeryone everyon
one on to hear He had made de up his bt mind mindand mindand mindand
and nothing notld on an earth could change it he hesaid hesaid hesald
said saidJudge saidJu4 saldJudge
Judge Ju4 o Batten told Mr dr Roosevelt that thathe thathe
he 1 would wou ask Senator nator Larimer to with withdraw wlthdraw withdraw ¬
draw out toe columi would near of no nosuch noauclt noinch
such thing He insisted that Lorlmer be beInformed be10Cormed beinformed
Informed that Roosevelt had refused to toassociate touaodt toassociate
associate publicly with wtthhtmand him and andthere that thatthere tat tatth
there th re was not room for both at the din dinner dinn dinnet ¬
net n tonight He could do that or leave leavethe leaetb8 leavethe
the colonel out of It ItAfter ItAfter itAfter
After a conference that OJat was mfghty mfghtybrief mfghtyINIel mIghtybrief
brief the Chicagoans ChlCIJOIL deckled to send this thismassage thltim thismesssge
massage m to Senator Lorimer LorlmerLo LorimerLorlnler LorimerLoriuter
Lorlnler Lo rimer Gets Broad Hint HintCol HintCol hintCot
Col Roosevelt positively declines to tosit toa1t toalt
sit at the saute sean table with lth you Our in invitation Invtttton inrftatIoit ¬
vitation to you for this ths ovotlng oyolng is there therefore there5 there5fore ¬
fore withdrawn withdrawnThe witlMlrawnThe withdrawnrb
The rb colonel was satisfied tI8 ecl when beft he saw sawthis 8Wthl newthis
this thl message and took occasion to relt reiterate relterat relterate ¬
erate erat his absolute refusal to have any anything 11 anything 7 7tJalD ¬
thing tJalD 10 0 do with Senator Larimer LarimerIf LOIlmerIt
If I And that t at he does doe come anyway anywayho an7wayho anywayho
ho said before be reached Chicago I Ishall 1l1 Ishall
shall l1 got up from the table t That ThatftDal is isfinal isftnaL
final finalMr ftDallr ftnaLMr
Mr Roosevelt saM be meant ShurUoft ShurUoftLee ShwUortaJMI Shurtloffand
and Lee ONell Browne and their kind kindwhon ktndwllOft kindwhen
when he spoke tal others under Indict Indictment IndlctJIMIIt indictmeat ¬
meat mentTh6 JIMIItTkrt meatTlSh
Th6 KamUtonfcuks who rode Into Chi Chicago Chlfrom Chiease ¬
ease from Freeport with T R were wcremuch WHemtHh weremuch
much disturbed by the sudden show of ofanger otaacer ofanger
anger on the colonels c01onei pert HA refused refusedto retu ed edto
to adopt any middle ground despite their theirarguments theirarpmenw theirarguments
arguments and Ad told them that there was wasno w wno wasno
no need of further parley He sat with withOarAeid wittGardeki 1t 1tOar
OarAeid Oar old all the way 87 In He thought he heshould heshouk heshould
should have been informed about th thguests the thAguo theguests <
guests guo ta earlier than th at the last moment momentTh momentThero momentThere
Th There ro were other things thin to occupy the theminds theminds theminds
minds of political gossips today to < lay besides besidesthe be besidesthe Jes Jest
the t a Lorimor Incident In a a Ion long speech speechat speechat speechat
at Freeport 1r port the colonel startled some someof someof ome omeot
of his hearers by what a a good many manyconsidered manyCO manyconsidered
considered CO 8kSored his b first declaration In re regard roprd retgard ¬
gard to Ms reentering 1 terlng public office officeWords omceorch officeWords
Words orch of Significance SignificanceI Slgnl cnnce cnnceI
I dont suppose I shall ever be In pub public publIc ¬
lic life again a he said w to the railroad railroadmen rAilroadmcn railroadanon
men of Illinois but If I am there is isalways Isalways isalways
always a a chance that sometime it may maycome J maycoal 3 3Cm6
come coal up when I shall make my words wordsgood wordtigood wordsgood
good goodCheers goodCbows goodCheers
Cheers greeted this announcement aancMlDC em eat but butthe bUtthe butthe
the man in the crowd who started to tonominate toDOmmato tonominate
nominate the colonel for Ittt 1JI was choked chokedoff chokedoft chokedoff
off by b a urtber declaration declarationNo dec araUon araUonuNo
uNo No corporation no politician must mustever mu mustever t tevor
ever support me for anything under the theIdea theIdea theidea
Idea that I will pardon that corporation corporationor
or that politician If it or he Is corrupt corruptIf corruptIf
If either corporation or politician If Ifeither Ifeither ifeither
either one or the other helps ltel 8 to put me meIn mein mein
In a position of Influence In ueDeO let them re remember rern9 remmbor ¬
member rn9 1boc that if they age a ae corrupt if they theyencourage tilt tiltenoouraKO theyencourage
encourage corruption in others or ben benefit beneAt beneAt ¬
eAt by b It themselves they the help me at attheir attheir attheir
their peril for I will hurt them if I get getthe setthe getthe
the chance chancePreparing cbancePrepnrlng chancePreparing
Preparing for or Emergencies EmcrprciioleiiHo EmerJcutclIHo
Ho said afterward aftocw rd that he meant just justexactly justexactly
exactly 6 aotl what Jie 1e said There is no need needof needor needof
of placing great significance on every everyword O everyword l lword
word he utters was R8 his advice to his h1 In Inquirers Inquirers inquirern ¬
quirers for his hl words are not ambig ambiguous ambiguous ainbigtious ¬
uous He simply slmp1 docs not know what whatis whatIs whatIs
is going to happen hap n He is going along alongon alongon alongon
on the very or lines that he outlined before beforehe beforehe beforehe
he left Oyster Bay for this trip forward forwardand forwardand forwardand
and not backward He says he cannot cannottell cannotteU cannottell
tell what the next ne < t eighteen months will willbring w1l1bring willbring
bring forth forthA forthA forthA
A throng of laboring men greeted Mr MrRoosovolt MrRooilovolt MrRoosovolt
Roosovolt at Freeport There T or3 were ere 10000 10000persons 10000persons 10000persons
persons on the grounds whero the picnic picnicof picnicot picnicof
of four organizations was being held heldThe heldThe heldThe
The colonel a as a member of the Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican Brotherhood of Flromen and En Enginomon Englnemen Enginemon
ginomon met them as a fellowmember
and made some bit with the crowd by b so sodoing 50doing sodoing
doing P H Morrtesey called him la labors labors Iahers ¬
bors friend A man who sang a song songabout songnbout songabout
about Illinois referred to T R Ho Howas HoVaa Howas
was again hailed as the greatest man In Inthe inthe inthe
the world workMr worldMr worldMr
Mr Roosevelt appealed to his audience audienceby audlencob audienceby
by b praising the work ork done by b tho brother irothorhoods brotherhoods orotharhoods
hoods in behalf of the injured and de decrepit dfJcroplt detcropit ¬
crepit railroad men menCost menCod menCost
Cost of Public Safety SafetyThe SafetyThe SafetyThe
The damage these men have suffered sufferedsaid Bufferedsa1d sufferedsaid
said he hOo by b crippling disaster has paid paidfor paidtor paidfor
for our welfare the damage they have havesuffered havosuterad havesuiterad
suffered is the penalty > exacted that all allof allof allof
of us may ma ride in safety and comfort on onthe onthe onthe
the railroad The government of this na nation nation nation ¬
tion and the States should see see that It Is Isnot IInot Isnot
not necessary to appeal to individuals to tomake tomake tomake
make good for these men whose life and andlimbs nod11mb andlimbs
limbs have beon jeopardised joop rdl ed for the pub public pubIIc publie ¬
lie service serviceThe serviceThe I IThe
The colonel spoke again of the need needof needot needof
of a Compensation act that will work workautomatically workautomaticallY workautomatically
automatically paying sums to those who whohave who1ao whohave
have been hurt Lawsuits are a benefit benefitho beneOtho benefitho
ho said only anI to the lawyers who conducf conducfthem cond condthem condu conduthem
them He said that the railroad men art artworking ar1orklng an anworking
working orklng for the public and that the cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration is working for the general pur purpose purposc purpose ¬
pose Therefore the loss ought to bo dis distributed distributed dintnlbuted ¬
tributed tributedWe tributedWe tnlbutedWe
We wish to ace that the th rates of the
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in the disposition of a trust fund You Younaturally Yaunaturally Younaturally
naturally wish sh to feel that in the event of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your death you haYe taken every precaution precautionto
to insure your heirs the benefiP of whatever whateverr whateverproperty whateverproperty
property yu 01 may be able to leave eae them themrben themVllell
r When rben you o name iame ne this company as exec executor eCccutor execJfW1 ¬
JfW1 utor or trustee in your Our will you secure re responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
sponsibility and economical management managementand
and the best judgment of the trust corarait coraraittee CXQmittee conimittee
tee and directors in making investments investmentsThis investm investineathThis nts ntsThis
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t ministrator receiver assignee and in other otherfiduciary otherfiduciary otherfiduciary
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The WashingtonLoan WashingtonLoan Washington WashingtonLoan S
Loan and Trust Co CoJOHN CoJOHX CoJOHN
JOHN JOY EDSON President PresidentCor PresidentCor PresidentCor
Cor 9th and F Sts N W
railroads are not excessive he h informed informedthe Informedthe Informedthe
the audience but we e also must mu t see that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are enough to pay the investment investmentand InvtSlmentand investmentand
and to pay PII the m men n who work for them themHe themBe themHe
He was glad to be Introduced a u a afriend a afriond afriend
friend of labor but be warned those men menthat mentbat menthat
that he was only their frieDd frtend ao lone loneus longas
us they conducted themselves rightly and andreepected aadreepectecl andrespected
respected the law lawI lawI aw
I stand for progressive politics poIttJc said saWthe saidthe
the colonel That to the side ie I stand standfor standfot WId
for There had not been much doubt doubtof doubtof
of that durlD during < < the bust few weeD but butthe butthe
the crowd shouted Its It apjpdval a as Ii though thoughit b bIt
it had been new newTerm DeWTermlll newTerms
Term himself Protector ProtectorI
Ofl I watch with ith seal the men who would wouldseek would8oek wouldseek
seek to load you 011 astray Avoid ac you youwould 1011WCMtId youwould
would av awkl U the plague th the leadership leadershipof 8bIp 8bIpof
of such men he warned the railroad Ja8roa4men railroadmen railroadmen
men In Lincolns LIIIeoI 1 own State you should shouldwork sbMIctWOrk shouldwork
work In LJnoetas way wayA wayA WayA
A backhanded backhaD wallop was given xn to toLorimer toLorimer toLorimer
Lorimer by the colonel bat the crowd crowdrautted erowdmaed crowdmatted
matted it because they t e7 did not karw karwwhat 1c 1cwhat kavwwhat
what had happened beforo beforoTho beforoThe beforeThe
The colonel insisted that a oonstltoefty oonstltoeftythat COMtIt contltasnythat > > c cthat
that sends a corrupt man to repreeeat repreeeatUiem repre reireseatthem at atUtem
Uiem them and is aware a Vae of that fact Is de degrading deadhg dograding ¬
grading adhg American citizenship clttzeft8 lp After his hisaddress hieadc1r hisaddreaa
address adc1r 18 to the railroad men Col Boone Roosevelt Rooevelt Boonevelt ¬
velt motored back to the train A huge hugecrowd b bcrovd hugecrewel
crowd crovd trailed him bands played every everyone tner7one everyone ¬
one yolled and the labor men hailed him himas himB8 himas
as their leader in public beliefs beliefsAll belletsAll beliefsAll
All along the line the cotonei was wasgreeted wasgroeted wasgreeted
greeted by b largo mobs mo of people who whojammed wtaojammod whojammed
jammed the little station and who forced forcedthemselves foecadthemselves
themselves around the rear platform platformwhere platformwhere
where wh re he spoke spokeAt spokeAt
At Elgin Elgi n thousands of townfolks weredown weredown were weredown
down to meet Him School boys and girls glrteon girlson ginson
on their way wa home joined in They Theypressed Theypremed
pressed against a a board fence that was wasnot waanot wasnot
not strong enough en ugh to withstand the tre trentondous tremondoUil tremendoua
ntondous strain and It gave way wa About
100 children and grownups tumbled down downtho downthe downthe
the embankment embankmentStand embankmentStand embankmentStand
Stand where you ou are Mr J Ioo loosevelt loosevelthollered ooeevalt ooeevalthollered eeit eeitlIoUored
hollered Dont push pushA pushA pushA
A couple of policemen broke through throughand throughand throughand
and reported that outside of ff few cuts cutsand cullad cutsand
and ad bruises no one had beon hurt Elgin Elginrecovered Blglnrecovered Elginrecovered
recovered Its customary composure be beforo betoro before ¬
toro the train pulled out outAt outAt outAt
At Belvidere and other towns of lesser leI6GCi
importance the colonel encountered encounteredhowling ea encounteredhowling ered eredbowUng
howling crowds He made the same sort sortof sortot sortof
of speeches that he has delivered for forsome torme forsome
some me time tlmeon on honesty corruption good goodcitizenship goodcitisenahip 9Od 9Odclt13eneblp
citizenship and crookedness crookednessIts crookednessns crookednessIts
Its a a pretty tough proposition that the thecotonei tbeeoIoDei thecolonel
colonel is up against aptD t on this strenuous strenuousjaunt strenUMISjaunt strenuousjaunt
jaunt He is tired and his hJ voice is a triue triuehusky tri trUlshusky e ehuak
husky huak bat be ie always ready W hear hearthe bearthe hearthe
the political news of New York State He HeWM Hevery Hewas
WM very much interested in the report reportthat reporttbat reportthat
that Mayor Gaynor might accept aoc the theDemocratic thebertorta1 theDemocratic
Democratic gubernatorial bertorta1 nomination thin thtefall thlataIL thintalk
fall He expressed no opinion on what whatthe wltatthe whatthe
the result to the Republicans wftt rIt he la lacase i icue incane
case Geynor enters the field fieldPOPE AeldPOPE eId eIdPOPE
Motu Proprlo Require Loyalty to toIlenlthy toJIenlthy toHealthy
Healthy Catholicism CatholicismRome CathoUclllmRome CatholicismRowe
Rome Sept S 50Pope Pope Plus X today Is Issued 18sued Issued ¬
sued a 8 motu proprfo giving new DeW and andpractical alMlpractkat andpractical
practical measures to be adopted against againstthe anet anetthe againstthe
the growing modernist campaign campaignThe camp campaignThe IfD IfDTIM
The pontiff reiterates all rules rule previous previously ¬
ly set forth against modernism JD04er especial especially ¬
ly 13 in the encyclical paacendt and nd adds addsthat acJ addsthat s sthat
that the bishops bt boJNI and ncl the rectors r6e rs of Cath Catholic CathoUe Cathelk ¬
elk colleges must watch a teA i attentively lttMttYoJ the thedevelopment tiledeveaopment thedevelopment
development of the young ng clergy clergyto seems seemsto seeingto
to to it that they are well we l prepared to light nghterror ftghterror lighterror
error forbidding forblddlD them to read newspa newspapers De newnpapens 8P 8Pp ¬
pens p < < s and periodicals and avoid distract distracting dtsttactlag distracttog ¬
lag them from their studies studiesBvery studiesEvery u 1es 1esEvery
Every professor ia beginning his course courseevery couraeel7 courseevery
every acolyte before being promoted promotedevery prom promotedevery ted tedevery
every new confessor carats canon or orholder orboIdor orholder
holder of a a sjmilar liar office and every ec ecclesiastical ecele8last1eA1 ecCIesIastleel ¬
clesiastical official o ldaI before taking taktngstem posses possession possesnba ¬
stem of his post must take an oath of ofloyalty talloyal ofloyalty
loyal loyalty to the healthy Catholic dootrlne dootrlneand d60trlu8uad doetrineand
and discipline diadpttnoCaptured dlactpltnoCttltured disciplineCaptured
Captured In Naples NaplesNaples NaplesNaples nples nplesNaple
Naples Sept S 5Th The police here hav havarrested a aarnwtecl hove hovearrested
arrested Dr Benedetto Bene tto do AngeUs and a his hiswife binwife ds dswtfe
wife who when ben they were in New York Yorkswindled Yorksvrlodled Yankseveral
swindled several seera Neapolitan merchants merchantsAfter meaataAfter merchantsAftOt
After they the returned to Nantes Napl a 8 short shorttime Yc shortthne > rt rtUme
time ago they t ey swindled an American firm firmSalisbury firmSninhiury m mSnUImry
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Salisbury 2 N C Sept iJajnos James M MTrexler lL lLTrexlr MTrexier
Trexler died at his hl home in this city citytoday dtytoday citytoday
today aged sixtyseven
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