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Noted Flyer Discusses Plans Planswith Plansvit Planswith
with vit Capital Officials OfficialsCOLLEGE OfficialsCOLLEGE OfficialsCOLUEG
Chamber of Commerce at Odds Oddswith Odds1ith Oddswith
with Baltimore Promoters PromotersAccompanied PrOlllotClSACCOIUIJanled PromotersACCOrapnnted
Accompanied by b Col Jerome II IIJoyce nJoce UJoyce
Joyce Famous Bird Dlr < < 1 Man Comes toVn4blngt to toWaJlilngton toWaaltington
WaJlilngton Vn4blngt n and Expre Expreaaea se Desire Desireto Desireto Desireto
to Compete in Meet Ieet That Will VUI At Attract Attract Attract ¬
tract Wide Attention and Assures AsaureaHis Assureslils 8IIurea 8IIureaIU
His IU Aid in Mammoth Event EventWitHln EentWitliln Eventwithin
within a few days Washingtonians will willknow wlllknow willknow
know whether the they are to see the world worldrenowned worldrenowned worldrenowned
renowned aviators who are to compete In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the International meet at New York fly flyIn flyI flyn
< I In n or near Washington or whether they theymust theymust theymust
must go to New York to see the spectac spectacular spectacular spectacular ¬
ular eventsProgress events eventsProgress eventsProgress
Progress toward an aviation meet on a alargo alargo alarge
largo scale was made yesterday when whenGlenn w wGlenn whenGlenn
Glenn H Curtiss the most noted aviator aviatorIn aviatorin aviatorin
In America with the possible exception exceptionc
c cC the Wright brothers spent the day In Inthis Inthis htthis
this city and inspected sites In the thevicinity thevicinity thevicinity
vicinity of Washington and Baltimore BaltimoreMr Ba1t1moreJlr BaltimoreMr
Mr Curtiss who was the guest of Dr DrAlbert Drlbert DrMbert
Albert lbert F Zahn secretary of the Aero AeroCJub AeroCub AeroCub
Cub of Washington for a few hours hoursexpressed hoursexpr6S hoursexpressed
expressed expr6S ed himself as highly satisfied with withthe withthe withthe
the prospects of the meat and assured assuredDr assuredDr assuredDr
Dr Zahn of his efforts to aid the local localaero localaero localaero
aero club in arranging events that would wouldattract wouldattract wouldattract
attract wide attention attentionMr attentionr attentionfir
Mr fir r Curtiss motored over from Baltii Baltiimore Balti Baltimore Baltimore
more accompanied by his manager H HW HV HN
W V Sutton i Col Jerome H Joyce presi president president president ¬
dent of the Aoro Club of Baltimore seT several seTtral sotera ¬
eral era friends and newspaper men On Ontheir Ontheir Ontheir
their arrival in this city they were met metby metby metby
by Dr Zahn President Gude of the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce A Leftwieh Sin Sinclair Slncl Sinclair ¬
clair cl lr chairman of the aviation commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of the Chamber of Commerce J JLynn JLynn JLynn
Lynn Yeagle secretary secretaryoC of the National NationalAviation NatIonalAviation NationalAviation
Aviation Company and Capt Charles J JFox JFox JFox
Fox of the same company companyExecutive compan companExecuthe companyExecutive
Executive Session S Ialoll Held HeldAn HeldAn heldAn
An executive session was held In the theofiices theomces theoffices
offices of the Aero ero Club of Washington WashingtonIn
+ In the Union Trust Building where an anIntercity anIntercity anIntercity
Intercity meet was dlsqussed CoL CoLJoyce CoLJoyce C0LJoyce
Joyce urgedr urg d the Washingtonians V shhigtori ans to co cooperate oooperate Cooperate
operate milt f1 ifm him in In g givInb giving vi 1g an aviationmeet aviation aviationmeet avIation avIationmeet
meet at Halethoipe Halethotp e a suburb of Balti Baltimore BalUmore BaIt1more ¬
more thirtyfour thirt rour miles from Washington WashingtonCol WIi hington hingtonCol ington ingtonCo1
Col Joyce had shown Mr Curtiss over overthe overth overthe
the th < ground and both men declared it itsuitable ItsUitable itsuitable
suitable for the purpose Blueprints Blueprintswere Blueprintswere Blueprintswere
were exhibited to show Its advantages advantagesPresident advantagespreIhient advantagesProgldent
President preIhient Gude and Mr Sinclair spoke spokeIn spokeIn spokeIn
In favor of College Park contending that thatbefore thatbefore thatbefore
before the Chamber of Commerce would wouldgive wouldgive wouldgive
give Indorsement it would be necessary necessaryto
to show that Washington would reap reapsomo reapsome reapsome
some benefit They could see but little littlegood littlegood littlegood
good derived from a meeting given Just Justoutside justoutside justoutside
outside the limits of Baltimore They Theypointed The Thepointed Theypointed
pointed out that Collage Park already alreadyhad alreadyhad alreadyhad
had a national reputation owing to the thefact tJ1efact thefact
fact that the government had loosed it itat itat itat
at tho time army arm officers were taught taughtto
to pilot the Wright machine machineMr machlnoMr machineMr
Mr Yeagle who has several tih times es pre presented presented presented ¬
sented before the Chamber of Commerce Commerceand Commerceand Commerceand
and other bodies the advantages ot otWashington otVashlngton ofWashington
Washington as an aviation center op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed the selection of the Halethorpe Halethorpesite Halethorpesite
site He maintained that In order to In Interest Interest ¬
terest Washingtonians the meet must be beheld beheld beheld
held near n ar by since the attendance would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be largely largo recruited from the ranks of oftho ortho ofthe
tho department employes These clerks clerkscould clerkscould clerkscould
could get away awa after office hours to witness wit witness wltness ¬
ness nearby flights fit hts but with difficulty difficultycould difficultycould difficultycould
could they tho get a leave of absence to make makethe makethe makethe
the trip to Baltimore On the other hand handthe handthe handthe
the citizens of Baltimore would find little littlemore UtUemore littlemore
more difficulty dltncult in attending a College CollegePark CollegePark CollegePark
Park meet than one at Halethorpe HalothorpeAttraction Halethorpettrnctlon Halethorpeattraction
Attraction for Visitors VisitorsCapt VI iIIUorftCapt i torn tornCapt
Capt Fox outlined the policy of the theNational theNational theNational
National Aviation Company pointing out outthat outthat outthat
that it was their desire to have a per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent aeronautic exposition in Wash WashCoiitlnned WashContinued YnshContinued
Continued on Page 2 Column 4 4PEIEST 4PRIEST 4PRIEST
Weakens enkenll lit Determination to Sub Submit Sub111ft Submit ¬
mit to Discipline of Church ChurchTrenton ChurchTrenton ChurchTrenton
Trenton N J Sept lBRe 18 Rev Alphonz AlphonzM
M Consolazlo an Italian priest who whomarried whomarried
1 married the sixteenyearold daughter of ofFranz ofFranz ofFranz
Franz Johann of this city clt has weakened weakenedIn
In his determination to present himself himselfat hlmselat himselfat
at the Vatican and submit to the dis discipline discipline discipline ¬
cipline of his church He recently went wentto wentto wentto
to Italy for that purpose declaring his hiswillingness1 hiswIlUngne hiswillingness
willingness wIlUngne if need be to submit to con confinement confinement con confinement ¬
finement in a monastery monaster to make atone atonement atonement atonement ¬
ment for his broken vowsPossibly vows vowsPoMibly ows owsPoplbly
Possibly Father Consolazio got an anInkling anInkling aninkling
Inkling of what his punishment would be befor befOr befor
for he has written from Naples an announcing announcing announcing ¬
nouncing his Intention of returning to tothis tothis tothis
this country eountf and claiming his
young youngwife youngwife oung oungwlt
wife wlt As a peace ace offering he said he hewas hewas hewas
was sending his fatherinlaw a baVrel baVrelof b barrel barrelof rel relof
of wine and some statuary Mr 11 Johann Johannsays Johannsays Johannsays
says he will have neither wine nor stat statuary statnary statuary ¬
uary nor priest and if Father Consolazloshows Consolazlo Consolazloshows Consolazloshows
shows himself In these parts he will have havea
a warm receptionSince reception receptionSince 1 cepUon cepUonSince
Since the priests departure Jttlss Miss Piss Jo Johann Johann Johann ¬
hann has returned to her first love oe and andrumor andrumor andrumor
rumor has it that they are to be married mar married married ¬
ried as soon as the marriage to Father FatherConsolazlo FatherConsolazlo FatherConsolazio
Consolazlo can be annulled annulledModelM nnnulledUocleltc annulledModels
Models of Famous Warships AVnraltlpaParis WarshipsParis nr31alp nr31alpParis
Paris Sept 18 180rhlnal Original models of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the French line of battle ship Llmpe Llmperiale Llmperlale lImperiale
riale ISO 13 suns gun If which was burned at tne tnebattle tnebattle thebattle
battle of Santo Domingo In 1806 and of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Mars which was third of the line in inColllngswoods InColUngswoods inCollingswoods
Colllngswoods division at Trafalgar have havebeen haVebeen havebeen
been added to the museum of the Royal RoyalUnited RoalCnlted RoyalUnited
United Service Institute InstituteOfficers InstituteOfficer InstituteOfficers
Officers Held n aH Soles SolesMoscow SpieiMoscow Sllc SllcMoscow
Moscow Sept IS l8Lleuts LJeuts Heinz and andWenzel andt andWenzel
t Wenzel have been arrested on the charge chargeof chargeor chargeof
of spying on the Russian army maneu maneuvers maneuverso maneuvers ¬
vers The prisoners are Prussian officers
For the District of Q f fand Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland MarylandPartly Partly cloudy cloudyunsettled c1oltqunsettled cloudyunsettled
unsettled and cooler today to tomorrow t tmorrow tO tOmorrow
morrow fair moderate north northeasterly 1 northeasterly ort11 ort11easterly ¬
easterly winds windsHERALD windsHERALP windsHERALD
Pages Pngcs1Aero Pages1Acre
1Aero 1 Aero Sites Are Inspected InspectedDespondent InspectedDespondent InspectedDespondent
Despondent Man Ends Life LifeFisherman LiteFisherman LifeFisherman
Fisherman Drowns at MBenc11 MBenc11faft Beach BeachTaft BeachTaft
Taft Wants Canal Fortified Fortified21rges Fortified2Urges
2 21rges Urges Civic Federation Harmony HarmonySaengerbund HarmonySaengerhund armonY armonYSaengerbuml
Saengerbund Etots Officers OfllcrsMeyer OfficersMeyer Orfic rs rsMeyer
Meyer Believes In Aero Scouts Scouts3Folk Scouts3Folk Scouts3Folk
3Folk 3Folk Hears Presidential Bee BeeGoes BeeGoes JeeGoes
Goes Through Whirlpool Rapids RapidsTries RapidsTries plds pldsTries
Tries to Sell His Children Children1Edltorlal Chlld Childrienw Childrien4Editorial n n4Edltorlal w
1Edltorlal 4Edltorlal51n 4Editorial5In 1Edltorlal5In
5In the World of SocIety Society1Rev SocIetyRev SocietyRev
Rev Dr Plnkham Arrives ArrivesThe ArrJvesThe ArrivesThe
The Theater Today TodayGRecrults Today6Recrults Today6Recruits
GRecrults to Be Used by McAleer McAleer7petworth McAleer7Petdorth
7 7petworth Petworth Players at Banquet BanquetRevised Ba BanquetRevisOd Quet QuetRevised
Revised Rules Are Favored FavoiedSStrike FavoredSStrlke FavoredSStrJke
SStrlke Against Divinity Dlvlnlt Dlvlnlt9LeUers Divinity9Letters
3 9LeUers Letters from the People PeopleloDe People10Do
10 loDe Do Lacy LaC Gives Advice to Boys BoysTAKE Bo BoysTAKE s sTAKE
Richmond Swains and lady Loves LovesComing LovesComing LovesComing
Coming to Washington WashingtonSpecial WashingtonSpeclal
Special to The he Washington W tnston Herald Heraldk IIeraldRichmond heraldRichmond
k Richmond Va Sept 13 19T The a Cupids Cupidsspecial Cupidsspecial Cupidsspecial
special which Is conducted annually by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs R E Gill matron of the orphans orphanshome orphanshome orphanshome
home will 111 leave Richmond for Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton Monday morning at 9 oclock Many Manycouples Manycouples Manycouples
couples suffering with the old affection affectionwill arrectionwill affectionwill
will be on board mi tnt on arrival at the theNational theNational theNational
National Capital will be spliced The Theexcursion Theexcursion
excursion 6 < Curslon will return Wednesday Wednesda giving givingthe gllnSthe gifingthe
the Intervening time for a brief honey honeymoon hono honomOJn honeymoan ¬
moon for the young ounb brides and grooms groomsThe groomsThe groomsThe
The special has ha been a yearly oarly feature for forfifteen forfiCleen forfifteen
fifteen years yearsHALT YOftrs1 YOftrs1HALT yearHALT
Swiss Authorities Prevent Start of ofj ofRace
Race Over Mountains MountainsRome MQunt MountainsRome ins insRome
Rome Sept IS lBThe The Swiss authorities authoritiesat
at Brlgue threatened iQ taforoibly to forcibly toro blY prevent preventGeorge provcntGeorge preventGeorge
George Chavez the Peruvian aviator aviatorfrom lliatorfrom aviatorfrom
from attempting to make the the trans transAlplne transAlpine transAlpine
Alpine flight lghf from Brjgue to Milan in inthe Intho Inthe
the International contest whfcl was wasscheduled wasschedul wasscheduled
scheduled schedul d to start today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The committee In charge of otthe the qraee qraeeconsequently q Tnee Tneeconsequently ce ceconsequent
consequently consequent decided to disqualify any anyof an anof anyof
of the aviators who started today and andSunday andSunday andSunday
Sunday rest was therefore not broken brokenThe brokenThe brokenThe
The contestants were keenly disappointed disappointedas
as the weather was favorable t orable for flying flyingAs flyingAs lng lngAa
As told in yesterdays jestefla dispatches < the theauthorities theauthorities theauthorities
authorities Informed the committee that thattho thattho thatthe
tho aviators must not start before noon noonowing noonowing noonowing
owing to there being a religious procea proccision proceaslon proc procsian
slon but the committee decided to pay payno pa3no payno
no attention to this with the apparent apparentresult apparentre811t apparentresult
result that the authorities nut oritl s prevented pr entt any anyflights anyfghts anyflights
flights fghts at all being beln made today Cat Cattaneo Cattaneo Cattaneo
taneo the Italian aviator has withdrawn withdrawnhis
his entryKU entry entryKU enTryXU
Negro Shpt to Death After Being HeineTerribly BeingTerribly elnl elnlTerrlhl
Terribly Terrlhl Mutilated MutilatedBuena MutilatedBuena
Buena Vista Miss 1I1iS Sept IS lIke lIkeDahmor 18IkeDabmer Ike IkeDahmor
Dahmor a negro Is the latest victim of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Ku Klux which has beer revived revivedHis revivedHis revivedHis
His dead body bod was as found In the thicket thicketof thicketoC thicketof
of Sucatonchee Creek bottom He H left lefthome leUhome lefthome
home Tuesday Tuesd morning with a wagon and andteam Andteam andteam
team and never returned There wereseveral were wereseveral woresccral
several bullet holes In his body bodyThe hOdYThe bodyThe
The person that killed him cut the skin skinqn skinqn skinqn
qn the top of the head and had taken all allthe allthe allthe
the skin off the forehead and face leaving leav leaving loo loolng ¬
ing the body bOd difficult to identify IdenUf
Drinks Carbolic Acid and andDies andDies andDies
Dies in HospitalDespondent Hospital HospitalDespondent HospitalDcsponaent
Despondent because of lack of employ employlent amploment employmeat
meat lent James McCarter yesterday afternoon after aftertoon afternoon
noon toon loft his family f mUy and going to an anipstairs anupstalrs anupstairs
upstairs room of ht hhome home 331 Eighth Eighthtreet EIghthstreet
street northeast drank carbolic acid acidMcCarfer acidMcCarfer acidMcCarter
McCarfer was found In an unconscious unconsciouscondition unconsciouscondition unconsciouscondition
condition by his wife He was removedto removed removedto
to Casualty Hospital where he died a aew afew
few ew hours hours later laterirthSterllng JaterlcCarter laterMcCarter
lcCarter was a a fomer employest mpIOe tthe tther the
FirthSterling Steel Stec r Cqmpanjr CoIai hPlant plant plant at atllesboro atOI
OI llesboro sboro Point but ha halt < T been out of ofwork otork
work ork for several months mon He was thirty thirtyline thirtynine
nine years old and is survived by his hiswife I Itflfe
wife and three children Coroner Nevltt Nevltteturned I Ireturned
returned a certificate ate of death by suicide suicideHILDS I IOgrr2S
Ten nrol1 Girl Falls from Tree Treeat Treeat
4 4at
at Home HomeFalling HomeFalUng HomeFalling
Falling from a tree In front of her hertoine herhome
home toine 101 Kramer street northeast Or Oriha Orpha Orpha
pha iha Headings Heo < lInss a tenyearold girl last lastlight lastnight lastnight
night suffered a S fractured collarbone collarboneShe collarboneShe collarboneShe
She was removed to Casualty Hospital HospitalIn
In n an ambulance Her condition Is re rejorted reporte reported
porte ported jorted < l by b the attending surgeons to be beavorable betaorable befavorable
A newspaj newspaf1fr r that has the circulation circulation especially cir circulation cirQulation circulation ¬
culation in the homes is bound to receive advertising advertisingpatronage advertisingpatronage advertisingpatronage
patronage and sure tahold it and at d increase it itIt itIt itIt
It will receive hold and an increase this advertising advertisingpatronage advertisingpatronage advertisingpatronage
patronage and daily grow more and more into the confi confidence confidence confidence ¬
dence of the advertisers because its circulation insures insuressubstantial insuressubstantial insuressubstantial
substantial returns returnsThe returnslhc returnsThe
The Washington Herald is essentially a newspaper newspaperof newspaper newspaperof
of that kind kindIt kindIt t tIt
It covers the morning morni g field fief d as ls s it was never covered coveredby coveredby coveredb
b by a Washington newspaper before beforeIts beforeIts beforeIts
Its circulation right here in the City of Washingtonamong Washington Washingtonamong Vashingtonamong
among the people the advertisers desire to reach is at atleast atleast atleast
least double that of its only morning contemporary and andprobably andprobably andprobably
probably three times its size sizeIts sizeItsbooks sizeIts
Its Itsbooks books are open with the proof proofMoreover proof1oreover
11 Moreover oreover it is increasing this large lead every day dayEvery dayEvery dayEvery
Every week during the summer with thousands of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people away away4ifhe fflie Vashington Herald showed a steady steadysubstantial steadysubstantial steadysubstantial
substantial growth in in circulation circulatonevery every weeK mind you youand youand ou ouand
and now with the city filling up again its daily increase increaseis
is multiplying many times over overThe overThe overThe
The right kind of a newspaper and the right price priceexplain priceexplain priceexplain
explain this large and continued growth growthThe growthThe growthThe
The Washington Herald is supreme in its field fieldBut fieldBut fieldBut
But as to advertising Have you observed its well wellfilled wellfilled wellfilled
filled columns and the number of new advertisers now nowrepresented nowrepresented nowrepresented
represented therein Of course you have You have haveobserved haveobs haveobserved
observed obs rved it it with pride and satisfactionThe satisfaction satisfactionThe satisfactionThe
The week just ended showed a gain of over 11000 11000lines 11000lines 11000lines
lines in clean highgrade paid advertising over the cor corresponding corresponding corresponding ¬
responding week last year yearan an average gain of over fivecolumns five fivecolumns fivecolumns
columns a day dayand and the corresponding correspondi lg week of 1909 was wasnot wasn wasnot
not n not t a bad advertising week either New N ew advertiser s are arefinding arefinding arefinding
finding out what the old advertisers have known all the thetime thetimethat thetimethat
time timethat that it pays and pays mighty well and is paying payingbetter payingbetter payingbetter
better ever every day to advertise in The Washington Herald HeraldAnd HeraldAnd HeraldAnd
And they know its rates are uniform and right rightHence rightc rightlIenee rightHence c
Hence this marked growth growth in patronage patronagerr
Husbands Timely Action ActionAverts ActionA ActtonAverts
Averts A verts Suicide SuicideLocking SuicideLocking SuicideLocking
Locking herself in an upstairs room roomat roomat roomat
at her homo 51S Rhode Island avenue avenuenortheact avenuenortheaat enue enuenortheat
northeact Mr Mrs Ira Joe J Joseph ph P Thompson Thompsonwas fhompsonwas
was hist night saved from suicide by byasphyxiation byasphxlatton byasphyxiation
asphyxiation only by b tho timely tlmel action actionof notionof actionof
of her her husband vwho who detected the odor odorof odorot odorof
of gas pouring from the room roomPhysicians roomPhysicians roomPhysicians
Physicians called to the house restored restoredtho r restoredthe Storcd Storcdtho
tho woman to consciousness After a apreliminary apfUminar aproliminary
preliminary examination s she he was re reirioyed reri rettrfoved
irioyed ttrfoved ri yed to GfUf1el1Hoipl GanflelHospital Sarflel HospItal for observatiod observa observatipneas observatfO
tipneas tfO tiod M to her sanltjt sanltjtSli sontQSh sanitytShr
Sli Shr went to her room about 7 oclock oclocktelling oclocktelling oclocktelling
telling her husband she should not be bedisturbed bedlsturbe bedisturbed
disturbed < l Within an hour Thompson Thompsondetected Thomp5ondetected Thompsondetected
detected the odor of gas and forcing forcingthe forcingthe forcingthe
the door found his wife lying unconscious unconsciouson
on the bed The window and the door doorcracks doorcracks doercracks
cracks had been stuffed and two gas gasjet gasjet gasjets
jets jet had been turned on onDr onDr onDr
Dr Russ W Conklin of Twentieth Twentiethstreet Twentiethstreet Twentiethstreet
street and Rhode Island avenue north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east was called Jled to the house and suc succeeded succeeded succeeded ¬
ceeded in restoring tho woman to con consciousness consciousness consciousness ¬
sciousness Dr Conklin expressed oxprease the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that the womaan was mentally mentallyderanged mentallyderanged mentallyderanged
deranged and ordered her removal to the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital for further furth r treatment treatmentMEXICANS treatmentMEXICANS treatmentEXJOANS
Thousands Honor Man Who WhoRestored VlloRestored 110 110Restored
Restored Independence IndependenceEl
El Paso Sept 18 18The The The great marble marbleshaft marblrshaft marbleshaft
shaft erected to the memory memOf of MenitoJuarez Menito MenitoJuarez Ien1toJuarez
Juarez who ho restored to Mexico the inde independence Independence Independence ¬
pendence that Hidalgo gave it a hundred hundredyears hundredears hundredyears
years ears ago and Maximillten temporarily temporarilytook tomporartltook temporarilytook
took away some fifty 6ft years ears later was wasofficially wasofficlally wasofficially
officially unveiled and dedicated today todayIn todn todnIn todayin
In Cludad Juarez opposite El Paso in inMexico inMexico inMexico
Mexico MexicoGov MexicoGO MexicoGot
Got GO Jose Marie Iarle Sanchez detained det lned in inthe Inthe inthe
the capital of Chihuahua on independence independenceday Indepondenreda independenceday
day da last la t Friday Frida arrived this morning morningand morningand morningand
and officiated officiatedAt officiatedAt officiatedAt
At 10 oclock with 1th soldiers citizens and andschool and5chool andschool
school children present the governor governorpulled governorpulled governorpulled
pulled the cord th that t loosed the trlcolor trlcolorwrapping trlcolorwrapping tr1colorwrapping
wrapping of the monument and exposed exposedthe exposPdthe exposedthe
the tall gray gra shaft In all Its classic out outline outUne outline ¬
line in the bright sunlight that favored favoredthe favoredthe favoredthe
the day following a week of threatening threateningweather threateningweather threateningweather
weather that Interferred materially with withthe withthe withthe
the celebration of the t e centennary centennar anniversary anni anniversary anniversary ¬
versary In Northern Mexico MexicoPostmaster MexicoPostmaster MexicoPostmaster
Postmaster J A Smith and Customs CustomsCollector Custoa1scoll CustorsCollector
Collector Collector coll ctor A L Sharpe of El Paso and andUnited andUnited andUnited
United States Consul T D Edwards of ofJuarez gtJuarez ofJuarez
Juarez represented the United States Statesgovernment Statesgovernment Statesgovernment
government at the unveiling unveilingSLEET u unveilingFLEET eUlnS eUlnSFLEET
Heavy Seas Sen Abate and aJ1 < < 1 Battle Ship ShipStart ShllJStnrt ShipsStart
Start for Ground GroundNorfolk Groumborrolk GroundsNorfolk
Norfolk orrolk Sept St > pt 18 lBThe The Iheav heavy northeast northeastgale northeastgale northeastgale
gale which blew dn this coast const for more morethan morethan morethan
than a week wo t having quieted and with It Itthe Itthe Itthe
the rough sea the vessels of the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic fleet now on the Southern drill drillgrounds drillgroun drillgrounds
grounds groun off Virginia Beach and Cape CapeHenry CapcHenf CapeHenry
Henry Henf for annual battle practice pra tlce passed passedtheir passedtheir passedtheir
their first comparatively comfortable comfortableday comfbrtabladay comfortablBday
day Wireless dispatches say sa that the thefiring thefiring thefiring
firing at targets first rst much Interfered Interferedwith Interferedwith interferedwith
with by the gale and then suspended en entlrely enUreh entirely
tlrely on account of it will be resumed resumedtomorrow resumedtomorrow resumedtomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowNo tomorrowNo tomorrowNo
No firing rlng was done today to < 1nr the day be being beIng being ¬
ing spent liuthe lat in the reassembling of tho fleet fleetof fieetand fleetand
and In making ready for the resumption resumpUonot
of It It The weather Is well nigh perfect perfectthe perfectthe perfectthe
the water now being almost too smooth smoothfor smoothtor smoothfor
for the work In hand It being the desire desireof desireor desireof
of the Navy an Department to conduct the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice under adverse conditions that thattho thatthe thatthe
the skill of the gunners may ma be put to tothe tothe tothe
the severest erest test testPopular testPopulor testPopular
Popular Excursion Baltimore Ohio OhioIt ObloIl OhioIt
It It September 25 25Leave iLeave i iLeae
Leave Union Station 815 a m I100 100 to toHarpers toHarprs toHarpers
Harpers Ferry Ferr and Martinsburg 5135 5135to p35to 135 135to
to Berkeley Springs and 200 2 to Cumberland Cum Cumberland Cumberland ¬
berland and return by special train re returning returning returning ¬
turning same day da Splendid opportunity
for a delightful outing cheap
Roswell Baker Drowned At Attempting Attempting Attempting ¬
tempting to Rescue Rod RodFalling RodI RodFalltng
I 4Falling
Falling from his rowboat in an attempt attemptto
to recover a fishing rod Rocwell Baker Bakerof Bakerot Bakerof
of 5S7 1 Maryland avenue northeast Ji Jispecial a nSpecial aJ
special J agent for tho Berkshire Life LifeInsurance LitoInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance Company was yesterday after aftarnoon afternoon afternoon
noon drowned at Chesapeake Che apeake Beach BeachThe BoochThe BeachThe
The body bod has ha not been recovered recoveredBaker reeoeredBaker recoveredBaker
Baker loft the city clt Saturday on a fish flshing fishing fishing
ing trip on the Lower Potomac He was wassome wassom wassome
some som some distance dlefn ce from tXQmll1ore shore when the e rod rodwas rodwas rodwas
was suddenly Jerked jerkedf rffom wn his hands into intothe Intothe intothe
the water tor Removing R IItOvlng hiscoat hIS o he leaned leanedover IMnedover leanedover
over the gunwale to recover the tackle tackleand tackleand tackleand
and wa waa thrown into the water ter Efforts Effortsto EtrorUto Effortstojreeeue
tojreeeue to rescue the man by boat from shore shorewere shorewere shorewere
were futileBaker futile futileBaker futUeBaker
Baker Iii i survived by by his wife a clerk clerkof clerkat clerkof
of the canal commission eonn his mother and anda
a sister Miss lls Lelltel1 Lost el I Baker who resides residesat resideat
at Coaldalc Mercer County W Va Vaand Vaand Vaand
and another sister living in this city cityIER cityHER cityHER
Wouldbe Motorist Is Sent to toAsylum toAsylum toAsylum
Asylum Hospital HospitalFound HospitalFound HospitalFound
Found In an automobile standing in infront Infront infront
front of 183 lOt Lamont avenue northwest northwestattempting northwestattempting northwestattempting
attempting to start the mechanism Hiss MiMOlive HissOlive U 8 8Ollc
Olive Stewart twentytwo years old of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress Heights was last night nl ht removed removedto
to Washington Asylum srlum Hospital Ho pltal for ob observation observation observation ¬
servation servationWarren servationi servationWarren
Warren Warren i rren Cochran owner m m6r of the car carreached carreached carreached
reached his home about 8 oclock with a aparty apnrt aparty
party pnrt of friends frl nds and a f few w minute later laterfound lltO lltOfound laterfound
found the young woman In the machine machineacting macblnoacting machineacting
acting in a strange manner She could couldgive couldghe couldgive
give no intelligible account of who she shewas shewas shewas
was or her place of residence residenceTaken re residenceTaken klence klenceTaken
Taken to the Tenth precinct station she shewas shewas shewas
was identified and after an examination examinationby
by b the precinct police physician h her r re removal remonl remoral ¬
moral to the hospital was ordered orderedCOLUMBUS orderedCOLUMBUS orderedCOLUMBUS
One Passenger PutJcnJ er I J8 Hurt When hcn Dyna Dynamite Dnamite Dynamite ¬
mite IA Used UsedColumbus UtcllCOlunhus UsedColumbus
Columbus Sept IS lSA A car on the Main Mainstreet Matnstreet Mainstreet
street line was blown up late tonight as asa asa asa
a result of tho strike of tho union em employes omplocs employes ¬
ployes of the Columbus Railway Rallwa and andLight andLIght andLight
Light Company CompanyThe CompanThe CompanyThe
The crew escaped Injury I njtJ r and at once oncetook oncetook oncetook
took out another car One passenger was washurt washurt s shurt
hurt by b flying glass Two arrest were weremade weremade ero eromade
made Two previous attempts had b been beenmado beenmade n nmade
made to blow up cars but without success suc sueFOUR success
Freight TraIns Meet Iet head nea < < l on In InDenae InDen InDense
Dense Den e Fog 10 10CaIro FogCairo s sCairo
Cairo Ill Sept 18 lBFour Four men were werekilled werekIlCd wereidled
killed idled and two severely severel Injured in a head headon hoodon headon
on collision between Mobile and Ohio and andIron andIrort andIroMountain
Iron Irort IroMountain Mountain freight trains at 3W this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning nine miles north of Cairo In a adense adense adense
dense frg which obscured the electric electricheadlights electricheadlights electricheadlights
headlights Operator Charles E Clark Clarkwho Clarkwho Clarkwho
who is blamed for the wreck Is s under underarrest undora underarrest
arrest arrestA a arrestA rreB t tA
A verdict will not be reached until untiltomorrow untiltomorro1Y untilto
tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorro1Y tomorro1YThe to morroF morroFThe
The dead are John Crosnoe fireman firemanClaude firemanGlaude firemanClaude
Claude Rollins englrioor W T A Steven Stevenson Stoouson Stevenson ¬
son brakeman and an unknown negro negroEngineer negroEngineer negroEngineer
Engineer Burguf of St Louis and Con Conductor Conduotor Conductor ¬
ductor F A Buckminster of o oi Cheater ChestorIll ChesterIll
Ill were critically crltlcall Injured InjuredABE InjuredABE injuredJ injuredABE
We e kin git a purty purt fairidea fairideao
o some folks by th amount amounto
o writin they try t git on a apustal apltstal apostal
postal card cardIf cardIf cardIf
If at first you dont don t succeed succeeddont succeeddont
dont succumb succumbSctji succumbctH p I
a I f fSeta
Seta ctH Worlds TorhllII Record llecor < < I for Speed SpeedBordeaux Speel1Bordeaux SpeedBordeaux
Bordeaux Sept IS lSAiator Aviator Morane Maranewon Moranewon MOMlnowon
won the speed prize at the flying meeting meetinghere moetlnghere meetinghere
here today covering twenty kilometers kilometersin
in sixteen minutes which is a worlds worldsrecord worldsrecord worldsrecord
Young Ranchman Kills One and andDrives andDrives andDrives
Drives Others Away AwayBasin AwayBasln AwayBasin
Basin Wyo Sept 18 lBWhHe While While Kesse KesseSlaughter KcsseSlaughter KesseSlaughter
Slaughter a young oung ranchman was cook cooking c cooking ok okJng ¬
ing supper at his cattle camp In ins the themountains theountalns themountains
mountains last night three bears sud suddenly suddenly auddenly ¬
denly rushed out of the brush and andcharged andcharged andcharged
charged him He stunned one with a arook arOQk arook
rook and with his pocket knife managed managedto
to reach its heart and fell it before the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second bear reached him himNo himNo himNo
No 2 rose up and struck at him He Heheld Heheld Heheld
held outthe out the knife and slashed the bears bearspaw bearspaw boarspaw
paw so badly blldJthat that it turned and ran runfollowed ranfollowed ranfollowed
followed by the third boar while Slaugh Slaughter Slaughter Slaughtor ¬
ter pelted them with rocks rocksHe ro rooksHe ks ksHe
He brought in the pelt of the th then one a j hekilled he hekilled e ekilled
killed > i iSCANDAL
SCANDAL LID ON ONMayor ON1ttayor ONMayor
Mayor of Hattersheim Would Stop StopWagging StopWagging StopWagging
Wagging Tongues TonguesBerlin TonguesBerlin A ABerlin
Berlin Sept 11 1BThe The burgomaster of ofHatiershelm ofHattershelm ofHattersheim
Hatiershelm has declared war on scan scandalmongerlng sCandalmongerlng scandalmongering
dalmongerlng among women He has Is Issued Issued issued ¬
sued a municipal proclamation calling callingattention callingattention
attention to the frequency of prosecutions prosecutionsfor I
for libel and slander resulting in bitter bitterenmities bitterenmltlo bitterenmities
enmities and costly litigation litigationThe litigationTho litigationrho
The cause says S tJ the burgomaster is isusually Isusually isusually
usually the same While the men are arehard arehard arehard
hard at work the women fritter away awaytheir awaytheir awaytheir
their time gossiping and quarreling quarrelingtheir quarrelingtheir quarrelingtheir
their children neglected and their thelrhouso thelrhousohoWs house households households ¬
holds suffering from lack of care careWhan c careWhen ra raWhon
When the breadwinner comes com home at atnight atnltdt atnight
night he hears the days evoijts evo VO ts untruth untruthfully untruthfully untruthfully ¬
fully related Then as protector of his hisangry hisang1 hisangry
angry ang1 wife he must g4 to tho police a alawyer alawer alawyer
lawyer or an arbitration court courtThe courtTho courtThe
The proclamation concludes by stating statingthat slatingthe statingthat
that the t poor relief roll of henceforth will only be begiven beslven begiven
given in exceptional cases to people Pfl ple who whohave whohave whohave
have participated in scandal prosecutions prosecu prosecutions prosecutions ¬
tions The police poll e have been en instructed instructedto
to compile a list of such people and to towarn towarn towarn
warn landlords and tenants against them themHIT themHIT themifiT
Balloons Have Unusual Experience ExperienceOver ExperienceOver ExperienceOver
Over Youghiogheny Valley ValleyPlttsburg ValIeyPittaburg ValleyPittsburg
Plttsburg Sept IS 1SThree Three of the bal balloons balloons balloons ¬
loons which hlh last evening started in the thecontest tilecontest thecontest
contest for tho national aerial champion championship championship championship ¬
ship passed over Plttsburg about noon to today today today ¬
day heading for the Allegheny Moun Mountains Mountains Iountalns ¬
tains After reaching McKeeaport lcKee port they theyran theyran theyran
ran into an aerial oddy formed by b wind windcurrants windurrants windcurrants
currants coming down the Youghioghony YoughioghonyValley YoughioghonyValley YoughioghenyValley
Valley and meeting a current from the theMonongahela theMononahelll theMonengahela
Monongahela Valley ValleyThe Valle ValleThe ValleyThe
The balloons went round and round in inthe Inthe inthe
the invisible I lslblo whirlpool for a long time timeThen timeThen timeThen
Then the pilots shot their gas bags bagsstraight bassstraight bagsstraight
straight up until out of the eddy edd and all allproceeded allprocoeded allproceeded
proceeded on their way wa toward the East EastThere EastThere EastThere
There was a time when the couples in ineach Inooeh ineach
each balloon were probably able to con converse conOfO converse ¬
verse OfO with eacn 4aeh aeh other from basket b sk t to tobasket tob tobasket
basket b ket Each Eaoh balloon wits w was too High up upto upto upto
to ldntlfyTven with p powerful pow nful rful glasses glassesAll gassesAll glassesAll
All of the t1l thirteen t lrteen balloons which Include in include Inelude ¬
clude both the championship cham onsblp and the thefretforall thefreeforall he hetreetoraU
fretforall racecs ra were reported to have havepa6d haepttued haveparsed
parsed over Plttaburg and Wheeling WheelingTho WheelingThe hceUnS hceUnSTho
Tho Drifter came down at Unkmtown UnkmtownPa
Pa It carried Albert Holz and G R RHoward RHoward RHoward
Howard and both landed safely safelyA
A telegram tel am received at 9 oclock re reported raperiod noperiod ¬
period the Topeka down at Washington WashingtonPa ashlngton ashlngtonPa
Pa and the other balloons going steadily steadilytoward liteadllytowar steadilytoward
toward towar Philadelphia with a > iir breeze breezeThe breozeThe breezeThe
The Topeka was manned by E S Cole Coleand Coteand Coleand
and F M Jacobs Ja bs of o Topeka TopekaRADICAL TopekaRADICAL TopekaA
RADICAL A WINE > LAW LAWConsul LA rV rVConsul 1 1Consul
Consul General Nash at Budapest BudapestCriticises BudapestCriticises BudapestCriticises
Criticises Hungarian Act ActConsul ActConsul ActConsul
Consul General Paul Nash ash at Budapest Budapestsays Budalk Budapestsays t tsays
says that the socalled Hungarian Hun arlan wine wineact wineact wineact
act is one of the most radical and strin stringent stringent stringent ¬
gent laws governing th the manufacture and andsale anJIe andsale
sale Ie if wine and spirits to be found in inEurope InEurope inEurope
Europe and define wine 1ne as the fer fermented termented fertnented ¬
mented juice of the wine grape and noth nothUt nothluo
luo Ut 1 else Continuing the thQ th consul says saysThe saysThe mysThe
The law enumerates the he permissible permissiblemethods permissiblemethods permissiblemethods
methods of manufacture and states spe specifically speelRcall specifically ¬
cifically elRcall that none of the following arti articles articles articles ¬
cles lg to be employed either during or orsubsequent orsubsequent orsubsequent
subsequent to fermentation Water ater raisins rai raisins raisins ¬
sins figs dried fruit extracts derived derivedfrom derhedfrom derivedfrom
from plants containing sugar saccharin saccharinduicin Sftcc saccharin saccharinduleln rtn rtnduJeln
duicin sugar of lead glycerin glyct > rln tamarind tamarindor
or preparations made therefrom salicylic salicylicacid saltcrUcacid salicylicacid
acid wine stone coloring matter matt r derived derivedfrom derhoofrom derivedfrom
from tar or plants essence salt borax boraxboracic horuboracic boraxboracic
boracic acid formaldehyde and compost composition c composttion mpos mpostlon ¬
tion containing any an of the elements elementsnamed clem elementsnamed nts ntsnamed
named above aboveIt aooeIt aboveIt
It IB thus a contravention of the law lawto la lato lawto
to designate deslb ate as wine 1ne a fermented liquor liquormade Uquormado liquormade
made by b adding sugar and water to the thepomace thepQl118ce thepomace
pomace The law requires labels l bel to state stateexactly stateoxnctl stateexactly
exactly oxnctl the contents of the bottle upon uponwhich uponwhIch uponwhich
which they appear and provides punish punishments punishments punishments ¬
ments by b fine or Imprisonment opbothfor opboth opbothfor olVbothfor
for Infraction InfractionBOUEKE InfractionBOURKE infractionBOURKE
SO Says Republican Machine Will UI De DeWrecked DcVrccled BeWrecked
Wrecked This Fnll FnllNew FnllNew FallNew
New York Sept IS 18W W Bourke Cock Cockran Cockran Cockran
ran who returned today toda by b the French Frenchliner Frenchliner Frenchliner
liner La Lorraine with his wife and her herfather herflither herfather
father H C Ide Minister to Spain said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he believed that the political affairs wore woreIn werein worein
In a state of flux The Republican ma machine machine machine ¬
chine was down in a ditch and the Dem Democrats Democrats Doraocrats ¬
ocrats had no machine but everywhere everywherethis eer everywherethis Where Wherethis
this fall tho Republican machines mach nes would wouldbo wouldbo wouldbe
bo smashed Of Col Roosevelt Mr MrCockran MrCockran MrCochran
Cockran said this thisHe thisHe thisHe
He Is such an extraordinary e < trnordlnllr nwn that thatno thatno thatno
no man can reason about him from any anyprecedent an anprecedent anyprecedent
precedent You can find no precedent for forhim torhJm forhalm
him He is the embodiment of passionate passionateattachmont passionateattachment
1 attachment to the elementary elementar virtues virtuesI virtuesHe irtuesHe
I He does not steal and he does not covot covothis covothis covethis
his neighbors wife If M fellow does doesthese doesthese doesthose
these things Roosevelt will knock him himj himdown himdown
j down Others believe in the same thing thingbut thingbut thingbut
but only he talks about It Jt That Is why whyhe whyhe whyhe
he Is strong If Roosevelt accepts the thenomination thenominatIon thenomination
nomination for governor what will he hedo hedo hedo
do next Ho will have nothing to gain gainby gainb gainby
by b taking it itKills It ItKills It11Ih1
Kills himself In Vault VnnltErie VaultErie YnuJtErie
Erie Pa Sept 18 t8omce Office employes late lateyesterday
yesterday esterda found Jarrett W V Davis man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Erie branch of the National NationalCash NationalCash NationalCash
Cash Register Company dead In n a steel steelvault 5teeJvault steelvault
vault at his offices here A revolver r volvor was wasfound
found boslde the body A razor covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with blood was found oun and from marks markson markson markson
on the throat and wrists Davis evidentlyattempted tc1entl tc1entlattempted
attempted to kill himself with 1th the weaponbefore
before he shot himself himselfSchool himselfSchool himselfSchool
School Books noDI Secondhand and New NewLowdermilk XC XCLowdermilk NewLowdermilk
Lowdermilk Cot Co 1126 F st
Plans Jans to Ask AsI Congress forFunds for forFunds forFunds
Funds to Begin Work WorkMAY VorkMAY YorkIA
MAY IA Y EXPEND EXP EN D 14000000 14000000Nation 14000000Nation 14tOOOtOOONation
Nation Has Power Under Treaty TreatyEights TreatyRights TreatyRights
Rights His Belief Beliefresident BeliefPrealllent BeliefPresident
resident in Coming Message Will WillGive WillGhe WillGive
Give Promt PromInence iiejice to Aaval aal Plan PlanAloiiir PlnDKAlolig PlansAlong
Aloiiir with lth Request Re < < Iued for Appro Appropriation ApproIJrtlttlon Appropriation ¬
priation for Naval Iluiie on Guantanamo Guan Gaantiiiiamo Guantanamu
tiiiiamo Island IslnndSecretnr Secretary Meyer to toVl tohU toVisit
Vl Visit hU it Site SiteTaft Taft Goe Goea to New Haven HavenBeverly llnenBerlr HavenBeverly
Beverly Sept IS lSProaldont Presldent Taft in fcte fctecoming pl plomlng h1ecoming
coming massage l1Ssact Et to Congress will give gloprominence gh ghpromlnenao giveprominence
prominence to a recommendation tha that af aftion at atleast a aleast
least 0 OO lI00 x > be appropriated to tt1mt Ift Iftmediate anmediate
mediate use In beginning the for lfiea lfieatlon flcation
tion of the Panama Canal It also became becameknown becameknown ecame ecameknown
known here he here e tod today y that President Tafts Taftseconomy Taftsoconom Taftseconomy
economy oconom plans do not contemplate any anyinterferono anyintcreronoe anyinterference
interference with the established naval navalpolicy naalpolley navalpolicy
policy of adding two battle ships a year yearrto yearto er erto
to the American fleet fleetPresident fieetPresident fleetPresident
President Taft believes that there oegfct oeghtto oegfctto Mlsltt Mlslttto
to be no dolay In this thS government under undertaking uooQItakIng undertaking ¬
taking the fortification ortJ caUon of the canal He Hsrecommended Herecommended H Hrecommonded
recommended an appropriation of JI JIOCO I O > tL tLlice > o oiQ
lice iQ for this purpose at the last sassitn sassitnof Mts Mtsof
of Congress but it encountered some eta fltpporttlon etaposition P PpottIUon
position In th the Home and was net netpushed net netpushed netpushed
pushed pushedThe pushedThe pushedThe
The plans for the protection of the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal as recommended by a oommteetou oommteetouof
of army engineers include the ereetfen ereetfenof er ereetlenof Un Unot
of fortifications on the isthmus isthm s at each eachend eachend Ch Chend
end of the canal and ales a the fortlfloa fortlfloation tortlAoation fortitleation
tion of a 8 group of small islands near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Pacific Pacl entrance TJhe PJhe coat of the for fortification frli ferGhcatlon ¬
tification li eatlon has bct t stn ft variously estlmat estlmatas e estimated estimatedas thnatett thnatettas
as high as 14009000 I14000tIYQtins 14009000linn 14OOOWlnu
linn nu Power to Fortify Fortlt Canal CanalPresident CnnnlPre CanalPresident
President Pre ldoDt Taft holds that the United UniUdStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States has ample power wider under Mllr her treaty trsmtyrights trtyIghts treatyrights
rights to fortify tortt the canal In fact the theonly tb tbonl theonly
only onl way wa this government can police poMcoand poItceand policeand
and protect the canal in his 11 opinion 0 opiot a in inby Nb faby
by b fortifying forttt lng it and he proposes propo es to ex exert exert exert ¬
ert his Influence In uenee to accomplish this at atthA atth attha
thA th earliest possible poe fble date dateIt dateIt dateIt
It was vas learned today that thattheadella thattheadellaistratk the u uIsttlltnn adiijta adiijtaIstratlon
Istratlon istratk n In one connection eonneeU1 tiowftit wftfc thft Uiu Uiuea thLa fortlft fortlftcation rtI rtIcation
cation ea don of the canal caa 1a1so teteo is thinking fh5 d g gestablI festablishing f festablishing
establishing establI lng a strohff strong naval ba a im Jtt1GuultlCnamo imGuantrfnamo pnGuantanamo
Guantrfnamo Guantanamo Island near Cuba Seere Secretary Seeretar Seeretary ¬
tary tar of the Navy Greyer leyer will 1ft soon take takea
a trip to Guantanamo for the purposeof purpose purposeof MIrpoMof
of observing condilions eond ona there It is the thoopinion tIaeopinion theopinion
opinion of navy experts that future wars warsin warsin
in which this country say 1Ia be engaged engagedif en ga gOO gOOIt
I if they the ever come will be fought out In Inthe Inthe inthe
the neighborhood of the Panama Canal Canaland Caaaland Canaland
and it is in connection with ith this opinion opinionthat opildonthat oplalaathat
that Secretary Seeret8r Meyer Is looking toward towardGuantanamo tordGuantanamo towardGuantanamo
Guantanamo as affording a Mae for foran foran foran
an American Amari can fleet fleetProbing fleetProbing eet eetProbing
Probing Tariff Conditions ConditionsOf
Of almost equal interest today with withthe withthe wtththe
the news of the Presidents attitude to toward tGward toward ¬
ward the fortification tortl eatkm of the canal was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the announcement of the likelihood of ofthe ofthe t tth
the th negotiation of a reciprocity red proelt treaty treatybetween treatybot treatybetween
between bot ween this country eounry and wfouadland wfouadlandCharles wfouadlandCharles touBdlandCharles
Charles Pepper the American tariff ex expert expert expert ¬
pert is in Newfoundland now invaetigat invaetigatIns Inv8litigatIng investigating
Ing the tariff question with a view vie to toopening too toopening
opening o nlng negotiations The drawing of this thistreaty Oilstreaty thistreaty
treaty would of course be in accord accordance aecerdwce ascendance ¬
ance with 1t11 the efforts that are TO now bo boing bQoinl belag
lag inl put forth to effect a similar trade tradeagreement trat trataSTfJcIMnt tradeagreeMent
agreement with 1th Canada Newfoundland Newfoundlandis NetIMl NetIMlIs
is a separate government 4Wernment It is under understood pader paderstood lJtdarstood ¬
stood that ib the prospects of f favoraWa favoraWanegotiation taftlalllencsotiaUona favorablenezotiaUons
negotiation with Newfoundland are as asbright asbrlrht asbright
bright as they the are in the ease of Can Canada Canada Canada ¬
ada adaThe
The President left here at att about 11 11oclock 11ocloek Iloclock
oclock tonight to tgbt for Boston where ho hotook hutook betook
took the midnight train for New 6W Haven HavenHe HcnHc HavenHe
He will leave New aw Haven at I oclock to tomorrow toJDOITOW tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon after attending a ameeting Itmeeting ameeting
meeting of the Yale corporation He will willgo willgo 111 111go
go direct to Cincinnati by way of ofSpringfield ofSpringfield t tSprln
Sprln Springfield neld Albany and Buffalo BuffaloThe ButraloThe BuffaloThe
The Presidents Pret ldcnts threeday Cabinet sea session S Sslon seasion ¬
sion at the White House Hou e will begin beginweek beet beetwcek a aweek
week from tomorrow It as was as learned learnedtoday learnedtoday r8d r8dtoda
today toda that th t tho Ballinger B Jllngr ease will till not notbe notbe nothe
be taken up by the Cabinet The Presi President PeIIIdent Preaddent ¬
dent regards 1e rds the case as absolutely ahsoltel sat sattlod aettied et ettied
tied so far as lie is concerned until the themajority themlljorlt themajority
majority of the members of the Con Congressional Congressional Congrosslonal ¬
gressional investigating committee re report report report ¬
port It is doubtful do btful if the President Presidentwoujd Preiidd Presidentwould t twouJd
woujd accept Secretary Balllnger resig r rnation roelgnation resignation ¬
nation now no even If it were otrere offerea offereWEISH offered offeredWEl otrereWE
Operators Will IU Prolmlily Retaliate Retaliatewith ltetnIlntewlth Retaliatewith
with General Lockout LockoutLondon LockoutLondon LockoutLondon
London Sept IS 1SThe The Cambrian eel oelllcry 0011I0ry eelllery
llcry men at a mass meeting tot1a today da daclded allclded decided
clded to strike Twelve thousand men menwill Miftwill menwill
will quit work 1Ork tomorrow The result resultwill fSUJtwm resultwill
will probably probabl be that the Welsh relsh Coal CoalMine C CoalMine t11 t11nne
Mine nne Owners Association will look out outooo
200000 ooo Walsh minors minorsThe mlnOfsTh minorsThe
The Th miners will strike without giving givingthe gl1l ghingthe g gthe
the legal I e 1 notice which will render r8JM 1 hemunable hemunable hem hemunable
unable to draw strike par pa from their thaJrunion Ut theirunion lr lrunion
union The strike trlke will also be in dofance do deDance doOance
Dance of a decision declsionrijacftQd reached at a e cen cenferQnce eenferonce n nferonce
feronce at Cardiff yosterday which htek wa waattended wasattended 5 5attended
attended by delegates representing the theentire tb tbontlre theentire
entire Welsh coal field fieldThe fieldThe fieldThe
The delegates favored a general stop stoppage stoppage stoppage ¬
page page of work In sympathy with the men menof IRenof thanof
of the Cambrian field but Ute leaders leadersurged lefldelurged leadersurged
urged the gravity of such a stop Then Thouthe Thenthe Thenthe
the delegates < agreed that a ballot of all allthe 1l1lthe allthe
the men should be taken before a strike strikenotice strUmnotice strikenotice
notice was served on the ownersThe owners ownersThe ownerThe
The Cambrian miners refused to wait waituntil waltuntll waituntil
until the ballot could be taken This Thisaction ThisJction Thisaction
action It Is s feared will provoke the own owners owners owners ¬
ers to a general lockout they tbO preferring preferringas pr preferringas fertng fertngas
as a general stoppage is apparently app rootly In Inevitable Inevltable Inevitable ¬
evitable to fight at once rather than to townit townlt towait
wait the convenience of the minors minorsleaders minorsleader5 minersleaders
Baltimore Ohio Railroad RnIlrosI1OO
700 OO Atlantic City CIf and Return ReturnI ReturnSeptember
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