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NO 1446 WASHINGTON D C WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1910 1 10TWELVE TWELVE PAGES PAG S ONE CENT CEN
PUPILS C NfR NFRONT NFRONTy NT NTNEW
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A NEW NEBRRIER NEBRRIEREdict B RRIER RRIEREdJctIssued
Edict EdJctIssued + Issued to Prevent In Infantile Infall Infantile ¬
fantile fall tile Paralysis ParalysisFIGHT ParalysisP ParalysisFIGHT ParalysisFlGHT
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FIGHT ON VACCINATION VACCINATIONCastle VACCINATIONCastle
9 9Castte >
Castle Children Attorneys AttorneysA1 Ap Appeal Il Ilpeal A11 A11peal ¬
peal to the Board BoardAslc BoaldAsk BoardAak
Ask Hearing In Behalf iif of t Children ChildrenBarred ChildrenDorred ChildrenBarred
Barred by Law Compelling that thatEach thntEach thatEach
Each Be Subjected to the Serum SerumPoint SerumPoint SerumPoint
Point na a Precaution Against AeralnutSmallpox Agaln AgainstSmallpox t tSmallpox
Smallpox and Expect to Carry the theCasio theCue theCaaa
Cue Into the Courts CourtsVACCINATION CourtsVACCINATION CourtsVACCINATION
VACCINATION LAW LAWHELD LAVHELD LAWHELD
HELD AS CRIMINAL CRIMINALEditor CRIMINALEditor CRIMINALEditor
Editor The Washington Herald lIemldI liernldt liernldtI i iI
I have read with Uh much gratifi gratlacatioa gratification JrDtI JrDtIcntlon ¬
cation your our editorial on Health HealthOffice I1enltlOmce IIealt1Offce
Office Activities and desire to tocommend tocommend tocommend
commend the ntnml you ou take infavor In Infavor IntaOr
favor of less regulation by gentlemen gen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
tlemen who nre given brief au authority uuthorlty nuthorlty ¬
thorlty That Ibis power should shouldbe Nbouldbe shouldbe
be exercised In compelling par parents pnrents parenta ¬
ents who ho not only onl have no faith faithin fnIthi faithin
i in vaccination hut believe bt > Uec It n ncrime ftcrime acrime
crime committed on defenseless defenselesschildren deCcnse1eJlIIchtlclren defenselesschildren
children In Introducing into the theRynteni theflyatem thesystem
system of a healthy henltb child nn odi odious ocl1ous odtn ¬
ous poison resulting frequently frequentlyin treq1lentrIn
in revolting diseases is baa baaenough bUllenouJhf badenough
enough but for them to decree decreethat decreethat Iecreethnt
that this crime shall hnll be com committed COmmitted committed ¬
mitted by parents every five fiveyears llreyears t tcnrs
years cnrs In order that their thetr children childrenmay chllclrenmoy childrenmay
may attend the public schools schoolswould MchoolNwould schoolswould
would not only be without wis wisdom vllI vllIdom ls lsdom ¬
dom or common sense l lout > ut a aprimitive nprlmlthc aprimitive
primitive and harbarlo Itnrbnrhtus us exam example cxftmJle example ¬
ple Jle CLARBXCB E DAWSON DAWSONWith DWVSOXWith D WSOX WSOXI WSOXvV
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With vV th 42000 children in n school schooland schooland
t tand
and 5000 holding back in dread of ofvaccination ofvaccination ofvaccination
vaccination Health Officer Wood Woodward Woodward Tood Toodward ¬
ward yesterday issued an order bar barring barring barring ¬
ring all children for two w i L Lhave eks who whohave whohave
have been exposed to infantile pa paralysis paralysis paralysis ¬
ralysis ralysisand ralysisMi ralysisWitll
Witll Mi n Snjll1tJ4Q s11alI U t olw olwand w wand
and physicians PhY sicians disputing that infan infantile infantile infanthe ¬
tile paralysis is contagious the par parents parents parents ¬
ents of unenrolled children are areknocking arcknocking arei
knocking i at the doors of the board boardof bonr l lof
of education through a the AntiVac AntiVaccination AntiT AntiVaccination c ccination ¬
cination Society and the fight to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break down the barriers of thelaw thelawis thc law lawis lawis
is growing This is the third day dayof dayof dayof
of the new school term termCASTLE termOASTLE termCASTLE
CASTLE CHILDREN CllJrDR APPEAL APPEALAttorneys APPEAlAttorneys APPEALAttorneys
Attorneys Darr and Balderston Bald rston repro representing reprosentlng reprosenting ¬
senting the children of Charles Castle Castlewho Ca5tlewho Castlewho
who were denied admittance because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they were not vaccinated sent a letter letterto lotteIto letterto
to the board of education yesterday as astheir astheir astheir
their second step In In the case that Is to totost totest totest
test the compulsory law The lettor lettorreads lettorrends letterreads
reads readsAs rendsb readsAs
As b attorneys far Mr r ditto Calltl aDd tie tJt AB 1atl B Yaoo1 Yaoo1Uon laceleatioe Vaccina Vaccination ¬
tion Socirtr we bare te inform roe that OB eeeMoader eeeMoaderlast Meadar Meadarlast
last Mr Ir Gnatte Cs tlo having ring est Branded hbaself h l with withtwo wk wktwo withtwo
two ertittt eetltet < H from the principal of tb the Phelpa PhelpaSri Phe1p1SdIeeI Pbeh s sBrheet
SdIeeI Sri for the adrabde of D f kit U two dtiMres cMMH to tfee tfeepubUc tMJ1Uwtc be bepublic
public Kboatethe K e8Ithe younger rooee < < to the t khdrtes kindwB k > n6n rt awl awlUM aJM1the andtit
tit UM sides ld r aged Ox to the fti thK t grodeprfewnled the thechildren tJechildren thechifdtes
children to the teaehen to whom the certificates certificateswr arttheateswere ertlkalt3wre
wr were addressed addre ed who opus being Informed U that t th then y
bid net be been Taeeiaated refuted to worfre cheat assdtohrs aa aaEChohits iiiMboIars
EChohits Thereupon be in interviewed erviw d Mr Tbtustoo TbtustooContinued TbtutooContinued ThtrtstoeContinued
Continued on Page 2 Column 5 534O000
34O000 340000 FOR AUTO UTO LICENSES LICENSESAbont LICENSESobont LICENSESAbout
About 54OOO Private Owners and and2ipOOO nnlooo
2ipOOO ooo Chauffeurs Registered RegisteredAltfany IlegldercdA1 ItegL + tered teredAi
A1 Altfany ny n N Y Sept 20Tho total re receipts 10colpts rocelpts ¬
ceipts to today toda In tho automobile burea bureaamount bureau bureauamount bureauamount u
amount to about J225000 3 3iS000 OOO and it is expect expected expected expectad ¬
ed to reach J910000 for the half year The Thebureau Thobur Th Thbureau o
bureau bur u has issued licensee tojnore to lore than thftntOOO tha tha4O n
54000 4O tOOO owners to nearly 2000 201 < dealers and andabout andabout an anabout d
about 20000 OOO chauffeurs It hall been esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated the new law would produce an an annual annual annual ¬
nual revenue of moro than 1000000 1000000Mrs 1000000Mrs 1000000Mrs
Mrs Arleno Searing of Patchague PatchagueLong PatchngueLong PatehagueLong
Long Island was licensed today aschauffeur as a achauffeur achautteur
chauffeur She was the fifth woman to toreceive torecehe t treceive o
receive a license licenseBOMB licenseBOMB licenseBOMB
BOMB FACTORY IN LISBON LISBONTen LISBONTen LISBONTen
Ten Persons Arrested by Police Who 1V1toMade WhoMade VbolUnde
Made Discovery DiscoveryLisbon DlseoeryLisbon DiscoveryLisbon
Lisbon Sept 20The 20 2OTholpollce Thepolice police today dis discovered dlscoered discovered ¬
covered a bomb factory factor and arrested ten tenpersons tenpersons tenpersons
persons One of these subsequently con confesscd confeased confessed
fesscd to the existence of a political plot plotPOPES plotPOPES plotPOPES
POPES ENVOY AT ST PAtl PAtlCardinal P PA PACardinal AJL AJLCarcllnnl
Cardinal Vinro inzo Vnnnutelll Guest of ofArchbishop ofArelil o oIreland f
Archbishop Arelil hlhol Ireland IrelandSt Ire luul luulSt
St Paul Sept 20 = OCardlnal Cardinal VInzo Van Vannutelll Vannut01ll Vannutelli
nutelll representative of Pope Plus tothe to tothe tothe
the eucharistic congress recently recontl held in inMontreal InMontre8l inMontreal
Montreal arrived in St Paul today ac accompanied aar aarcompanied a acompanied ¬
companied by his suite for a visit td tdArchbishop tdArchbishop t tArchbishop
Archbishop Ireland Cardinal Vannu Vannutelll VannuteUt Vannutout
telll will remain in St St Paul until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow evening when he leaves for forOmaha torOmaha forOmaha
OmahaA Omaha OmahaA
A programme of entertainment has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been proparod which included a n ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet tonight at the St St Paul Hotel at atwhich athleh a awhich t
which hleh 300 invited guest attended Ate Atetho Ater Atertho Atethe r
tho banquet a 8 public reception r eptlon was held heldat held heldat hel helv d
at the auditorium auditoriumSeven auditoriumScven auditoriumSeven
v
Seven of the Jurors Were ere JohnsonChicago Johnson JohnsonChicago JobllsonChicago
Chicago Sept 30 511The The surname John Johnson Johnson John110n ¬
son WAS In the ascendency ascondenc yesterday osterda in ina Ina i ia n
a case In the Municipal unlclpnl Court Seven o othe of oftha ortho f
the dozen jurors were Johnson and it itwas Itwns i iwas t
was wns learned that the thomnlden maiden name of tho thowife thoIre th thwife e te
wife Ire of one of the attorneys for the de defense defenae deS ¬
S lease was also Johnson JohnsonSchool Johnsonrehool JohnsonSellonI
School DookR Secondhand and nndNcw nndNcwLowdermilk Xcrr icRLowdermilk XcrrLowdermllk
Lowdermilk S Cot 1426 lL6 F st 5t
DEFEATED AT PRIMARIES
Gopyricht 1303 1081x9 ly AarrisDah AarrisDahlION HirrteBwluc HirrteBwlucHOX BarrtsDwlncnON
nON JAMES A TAWNEY TAWNEYMember TAVNEYMembef TAWNEYember
Member M ember ot 0 C Cowresa resa from taro First F1 t Minnesota district districtwho dlstrlctwho districtwho
who loses l to a icocreeslve icocreeslveWEATHER I trogresnfreWEATHER ve veWEATHER
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of r Columbia ColumbiaMaryland Columbialfnrylnnd ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair VirginiaFairtoday Fair Fairtoday
today and tomorrow slight slightchanges slightchanges
changes in temperature lightvariable light lightvariable lightvariable
variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsNEWS
HERALD NEWS SUMMARYPages SUMMARY SUMMARYPiJeH
Pages PiJeHIF1tht Pages1Fight
IF1tht 1 Fight on Vaccination prowsTawney prows prowsTawney j3rowaTa
Tawney Ta Wft Beaten in Primaries PrimariesChattier PrlmarlMChanter PrimariesChanlor
Chattier Attorneys ttome1J Plait Coup CoupBryan CoPDryan CoupBryan
Bryan to Bolt State Ticket TicketSherman TteketSherman TicketSherman
Sherman Loses Home CountyItooseyelt County CountyRoosevelt CountyRooeeveJt
Roosevelt Explaips Explain Attitude Attttude Attttude2Vtenuaa Attitude2Veterans
2 2Vtenuaa Veterans to Parade TodayAviatloa Today TodayAviation To1ayAvllttlon
Aviation Reserve Growing Growing8Taft Growing3Tatt Growing3Taft
8Taft Learns of Ohio Situation SituationFloronco SituatfonFloronco SituationFloronco
Floronco Burns Locked Up UP4Sool1tortal Up4Senatorial
4 4Sool1tortal Sanatoria Fight in MissouriProgressives Missouri MissouriProgressives MissouriProgrO
Progressives ProgrO Btve Win in New JerseyIn Jersey Jereq6In
5 6In In the World of Society SocietyTheatrical SoolotyTheatrleal SocietyTheatrical
Theatrical Notes and Gossip GossipCEditorial Goselp6Edltorlal Gossip6Editorial
CEditorial 6Edltorlal7lemlntne
7 7lemlntne 7 Feminine Notes Not S and Fashion8Nationals Fashion Fasklon8NaUontl
8NaUontl 6 Nationals Lose Doublo Doubl Doubleheader DoubleheaderElgbt header header9Eight header6Eight
9Eight Elgbt Straight Defeats DefeatsBig I0fMtsBII DefeatsBig
Big Squad Out at GeorgetownUCommercial Georgetown GeorgetownUCommerclal
11 UCommerclal Commercial and Financial FinancialISDr FiQf F1n incial incial12Dr nclal nclallDr
ISDr Illggins to Fight Divorce DivorceAero Divorceero DivorceAcre
Aero ero Meet Ieet to Be Held Here HereTAFT HereTAFT HereTAFT
TAFT COW JOINED JOINEDE JOINEDBY JOINEDBY
BY BABY ON WAY WAYRoom WAYJ WAYROOlll WA WARoom
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Room for Two at the White WhiteHouse Whit WhitRouse V hi te teHouse
House Stables StablesWhy Stablesrtty StablesWhy
Why rtty Pauline Wayne tho Prasldents Prasldentsnow PrQ8ld Proeldentnow ts tsnow s
now cow has not arrived from Wisconsin Wltloonslnw1UJoxpl Wisoonsinwas Wisconsinwas
was w1UJoxpl explained nod last ait night by b a report a athe at atth atthe t
th the White House stable that Mrs Wayne Waynehas Wan Wanhu Waynhas
has a babyDetails baby babyDetails babJDetails
Details are lacking but the special car carupon caruvon ca caupon r
upon which the cow eo was wassbPPIJd l lppad is over overdue overdue overdue ¬
due and it was said last fun nlgbt nl ht that a d dlay de delay delay o ¬
lay had been caused by the Interference Interferenceof Interferenoof e
of the stork storkMako storkIako storkMake
Make Iako room for tvfo was the word wordreceived wo woreceived
i received aC athe Jhe the E Executive < eoutlvo barn on the thephone thephone tit titphone e
phone when it had been reported from fromthe tromi fro m I Ithe
ms
i the West est that the car was again on it itway its itsway itaVa s
way Va
wayTwo
Two what 7 asked ono of the stable stablemen itahlamono stableman ¬
men menTwo
Two cows er I mean oalves QAllasno no you youmonkey youmonkey yo yomonkey u
monkey two cattle Didnt you fou kno knoPauline know knowPauline knowPauline w
Pauline had a baby babyNo babyuNo babyNo
uNo No I didnt even know she was was 1I1i mar married marrled marvied ¬
vied riedtffell
tloll tffell foil she la and she had her family familywith familywith famil familwith Y
with her Make room for Mrs Wayne Wayneand Waynand ayne ayneand e
and daughter daughterThe daughterThe daughterThe
The request was s compiled wUh njh h and andthere andthere an anthere d
there In a big bod of fine hay IB a stall stallfor stalltor sealfor l
for two at tho White House stables stablesThe stables stablesThe stablesThe
The cow was presented to ProsidenTaft President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft t
Taft by b Senator Stephenson of Wisconsin Wisconsinand Wl5conslnand Wiseonsland n
and shipped ten te ten days da 8 ago from Marinette MarinetteWis MarinetteWis MarinettWis e
Wis She has a pedigree as long longher as asher asher
her trip and Is said to be the finest Hol Holsteln Holstein Hotstain
stein In America Her capacity is eight eightgallons elgbtgallons aighgallons t
gallons of rich milk a week to ea say saynothing snynothing
nothing of the Presidents The arrival arrivalIs 1
Is oxpected within the next two days daysLORIMER daysLORIMER
LORIMER QUITS CLUB CLUBStormy CLUBStormy CLUBStormy
Stormy Session Before Senators SenatorsResignation SenatorsResignation g
Resignation Is Accepted AcceptedChicago AcceptedChleago
Chicago Sept 90 50After After a stormy ses session session se selion s ¬
sion tonight the Elamllton Club eecopteSenator accepted acceptedSenator atCoptetISenato el
Senator Lorhners resignation The action actionwas notionwas aetlo aetlowas °
was taken in support of the attitudof attitude attitudeof attitudeof e
of the club at tho request of Col Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Reesevolt ¬
velt a few weeks ago Other resigna resignations resignation resignstions ¬
tions tion will followHELD follow followHELD toHOlfIELD
HELD FOR MURDER MURDERPhysician MURDERPhysician MURDERPhysician
Physician to Face Charge in Drown Drowning Drowning Drowning
ing of Wife Wifeatertown
Watortown atertown Wis Vis Sept 20Justfce Par Parkinson Parkinson Parkinson ¬
kinson of Fox Lake will issue a war warrant wnrmnt warrant ¬
rant for the arrest of Dr William Rocket Hockorof Rocketof
of Watseka 111 on the charge of first de degree degree degrey ¬
gree murder as a result of the drown drowning drownIns drowning n ¬
ing of Mrs Hecker August 20 21 under ct ctcumstances cir circumstances ctrcumstances r ¬
cumstances that indicated accidental accidentaldeath accidentald08th accidentdeath sl
death d08thAll deathAll
All 111 the evidence ltIcnco Is circumstantial an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced District Attorney Attbrne Katylns t tnight to tonight tonight o
night but the evidence was so positive positiveIn postttyin e
In its trend that I could do nothing b border but butorder butorder ut
order the warrant Issued IssuedTho IssuedTho
Tho body bod according to the report of otthe I Ithe
the doctor who issued the th death certifi certificate certificate cocci fi ¬
cate bears a twoInch wound on tit titforehoad the theforehead thefbrehood e
forehead Inflicted In foted before death and also alsoblack al50black ads adsblack n
black marks on th thr throat also cause causebefore caused causedbefore causedbetore a
before death deathTho deathTho deathThe
Tho doctor told that his wife was wasdrowned wasdrowned st as
drowned from trom8 a boatln which they were wererowing wererowing we re
rowing
Father Olllvler Is Dead DeadParis DetuIParis BeatParis
Paris Sept 20 roFather Father OIHvier OIUI r wh whdelivered who whodelivered wltodUvared o
delivered a sensational sermon at the thefun the thefuneral tit titfuneral e
funeral fun oral of the victims of the charity charitybaiaar chrJty chrJtybazaar chantbazaar
bazaar fire of May 1S97 died today to day
UWNEY I IS BEATEN BEATENOY
OY SMAll SMILLMARGIN SMILLMARGINSydney MA IN INI INI I I
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Sydney y Anderson Wins Hot HotFight Hoti HotiFight RotFight
Fight in i Minnesota MinnesotaBETUENS MinnesotaRETURNS i I iI iRETURNS
RETURNS NOT COMPLETE COMPLETEH COMPLElEI COMPLElEI I I
I
j I I II
H T Halbert Appears to Have HaveDefeated IIavel IIavelDefeatcd HaveDefeated
Defeated F C Stevens StevensRepublican StevcnsRepnbUcan StevensRepublican
Republican Primaries for Nomlnn Nomination i ition idon
tion of Candidates for Con Congress CongressLegislature Kress KressLeelHlntore I
Legislature and County Offices OfflceaWax Ort OfficesWax ccs ccsWax
Wax Warm Interest Centering In InFlrat InI inFirst
First Flr t District Balloting Indicating Indicat Indicating IndlcutIng ¬
I ing Victory for Young Attorney AttorneySt AttorneySG
St St Paul SoptS SonU 20 30Prlmarieg Primaries PrlmarlclJtor for the thenomination thenomination I Inomination
nomination of candidates o candidates ndldatos for or Congress Congresslegislature CongrQsslegislature Congresslegislature
legislature and county oount ofllces were held heldthroughout heldthroughout heldthroughout
throughout Minnesota today todayInterest toda todaIntoroat todayInterest
Interest centers In tho First district districtand dlfftrlctand dtstrlatand
and scattering returns indicate the de defeat dofoat ¬
feat of ot Representative J J A Tawney Tan tteY by bya byI bya
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a small margin by Sydney Anderson a ayoung ayoung
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young attorney of Lanesboro LanesboroThis LanesboroThis LanesboroThis
This probably will be the only changoin chango changein I
in the delegation to Congress although althoughthore althtlugh althtlughthore althughthere
thore if a possibility pos tblUty of the defeat defeat ofF of ofF otF
F C Stevens in the Fourth district by byHugh b bHugh byHugh
Hugh T Halbort The polls were open openuntil openuntil openuntil
until 9 oclock and returns at midnight midnightore
ore far from completeThe complete completeThe complotoThe
The fight on Tawney has been the thewarmest thewarmost thewarmest
warmest in the State Anderson wasbrought was wasbrdught 08 08brdught
brdught ou out by the Progressive Leagueand League Leagueand Leaguoand
and few thought that he had any an show showBut showBut showBut
But lie made a bettor campaign than thanan thanantielpated an anticipated onticlpated ¬
ticipated and unless returns are different differenthe differenthe differenthe
he wins by a small margin Tho winnerwrit winner winnerwill
will 1 De b opposed QPJ > Oied by H IL L Buck of WInona Wlnonawho WInonawho Winonawits
who had a Ii clear field for the Democratic Democraticnomination Democraticnomination Democraticnomination
nomination nominationHalbert nominationHalbert nominationHalbert
Halbert did not got into the fight until untilthree untilthreo untilthree
three weeks ago but has made a whirl whirlwind whlrlmoo whirlwind ¬
wind campaignGilbert campaign campaignIlnlhcrt eamp4lgnHulhcrt
Gilbert Gets Dig Bit Vote VoteThe VoteTha ote oteThe
The Stevens SUW 8 pooplo did not see Zlt anychance any anychance anychanco
chance of defeat until a couple of weeksago weeks weeksago weeksatft
ago but since then Stevens has rilade a astrong atronS astrong
strong tronS light cht for renomination renomination Halbort Halbortlias Halb Halbert Halbertlots rt rthl5
lots been in St Paul politics for manyyears many manyyears man manears
years ears always aJw s fighting the crowd that was wasin wasIn wasIn
in and always losing but tho sentiment sentimentagainst senUmontagainst sentimentagainst
against Stevens and against regulars gen generally genorally genorally ¬
orally has given him a big vote voteF voteF voteF
F M I Nye of Minneapolis UDn ftpaJls had a hardfight hard hardflght hardfight
fight from A H Hall but there was a reaction re reaction renctlon ¬
action during the last couple of days dayswhich da18whteh dayswhich
which resulted result d in Nyas nomination Elnar ElnarHoidale EnarHOldal ElnarHoldale
Hoidale HOldal who won tho Democratio fightwill fight fightwill tJghtfit
will fit give htlrof1 hlmxrsood good ra mC rneeJor efor orelecUon orelecUonV election electionW electionv
W V S Hammond the < lone Democratic Democraticmember Democraticmember Democraticmember
member of the delegation from Ute Second Sec Second Sooonddkstriet ¬
ond onddkstriet district IB cenomlnated Frank Ells Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth ¬
worth of St James and A L Ward ofFairmont of ofFairmont otFalrntOnt
Fairmont are running close for for the Re Republican Republbn Repubhleiut ¬
publican nomination in that district districtC districtC
C A Lindbergh of the Sixth district districtan
an insurgent appears to be renominated renominatedover renominatedover renominatedover
over P H McGarry DS + farry of Walker a man manof manot
of standpat tendencies who made a ahousetohouse nhOUlctohouse ahousetohouse
housetohouse campaign over the entire ontfredistrict ontrretatrtct
district but did not state his hl position positionon
on any an question questionC qUNUonIleat questionheats
Ileat heats Irogre IrogressiveCundidate he CuluUdute CuluUduteC
C B Miller Mll r of Duluth district also alsoappears nlsoXPIOIIS alsoappears
appears to be ronominatod over Alex AloxMcKnight Ale AlelcInIGht Alex1lclinlght
McKnight McKnight yran rn on a progres progressive progresslve ¬
live platform and Miller who was elect elected elocted electon ¬
ed on an antiCannon platform two years yoarsago oors oorsago
ago voted for Cannon for Speaker but butlater butlater butlater
later sided Ided with the insurgents on some someQuestions Bornequostlonl somequestions
Questions Alfred Jacques of Duluth is iattfe isute isthe
ute Democratic nominee nomineeHalvor nomineeHalor
Halvor Ii aR or Steenorson of the Ninth ap appears apPOMI ¬
pears to be renominated although H 0Bjorge 0 OBjorge 0Bjorge
Bjorge on an insurgent platform gave gavehim gavehim gavehim
him a good run runC runC runC
C R Davis Insurgent of the First dis district district ¬
trict and A J Volstead regular of the theSeventh thoSoventh theSeventh
Seventh district had no opposition and andwill andwill
will iTave none at the election electionTWO electionTWO
TWO MEN LYNCHEDItalian LYNCHED LYNCHEDItalian
Italian Cigarmakers Victims oiMob oiMobin fMobin
in Tampa FlaTampa Fla FlaTampa FlaTampa
Tampa Fla Sopt 20 2OTwo Two Italians ItaliansCastengo ItaliansCastengo
Castengo FIcarrotta and Angelo An elo Albano AlbanoweYo Albanow
weYo w tho o lynched here tonight They T1 y were weretaken werotaken
lttaken
taken from two deputy sheriffs who whowere whowere whoscore
were conveying the prisoners from thecity the thecity theclt
city clt Jail at West Tampa two miles to totho totho tothe
tho county jail in n this city citySixty clt cltSlxt citySixty
Sixty Slxt mon sprang Into the roadway roadwayfrom roadwaytrom
from behind pine trees and coveringthe covering coveringthe coveringthe
the the olHcors made them give up the theprisoners theprIsoners theprisoners
prisoners About a n mile from where the theofficers theoffic
officers offic < < rs were relieved of their prisoners prisonersthey prisonersthey
they found the Italians swinging from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the limbs of trees trees in the edge of a aswamp a aswamp
swamp swampFIcarrotta 4 4Flcarrottn f fFlcarrotta
FIcarrotta and Albano were charged chargedwith chargedWI chargedwith
with WI with l the attempted assassination of JFrank J JFrank JFrank
Frank Eastorling a bookkeeper bookkeepeffott for f f one oneof one oneof fne fneot
of the cigar manufacturing firms firms which whichrecently w whhcli whhclirecently 1 cfi cfirecently
recently locked out their men after t tstrlko 4 4striko a astrike
strike had been declared upon Ip n other otherfactories oth otherfactories r rfactories
factories factoriesSAVE factoriesSAVE factoriesSAVE
SAVE NEGRO FROM MOB MOBOfficer MOBOttleerH MOBOfficers
Officer TnUe Slayer of Police Chief Chiefto Clale Claleto Cftlefto
to State PeniterttlnryRaleigh Penitentiary PenitentiaryRaleigh Penltentlnr PenltentlnrRaleigh
Raleigh N C Sept 20 20Normnn 0 Norman Lewis Lewistho Lewistho LevelsCho
tho negro who killed Police Chief Stall Stallings StallIngs
ings tit f Spring Hope N C and who whowas whoWM
was captured tonight ICO miles from the thescene theacene
scene of the crime would have been beenlynched beenInchcd beenlynched
lynched at midnight had not the officers officershaving omcorshaving omeorshaving
having him in custody learned by wire wireof wlrcr wireof
of r the plans of a ft mob waiting to take takehim takehim
him from the officers when he got to toFranklin toFronkUn
Franklin County Tonight they placed placedLewis placedLewis placedLewis
Lewis in the State penitentiary at Ra Raleigh Raleigh ¬
leigh safe from the lynchers Lewis said saidhis saidIB
his IB wife and not he shot Stallings when whenhe whenhe
he entered their house to arrest jowls icwlsABRUZ2I wI5 wI5UZZ
ABRUZ2I UZZ IN PARIS PARISSo
So Is alias JIb Katherine Elklns Say Snythe Sa SatllC
the Gostflpa GosslpeParis GostflpaParis GoulpliParis
Paris Sept2i Sept SeptThe 20 The Duke of the theAbruzzi theAbruzzt th thAbruzzl e
Abruzzi Abruzzt roachc4Paris roach r a SpnrlS Parls shortly shortl before beforeoclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock this afternoon aft 11won He wont at tonce tonceto once onceto
to the Hotel du du Rnln 13in t 11n where Miss nss Kathe Katherlne Katherine
ring Elklris Elkins and her mother have been beenstopping been beenstoppIng beenstopping n
stopping and tlndr Dd wher where It t Is said they heystlll heystlllarc sillare still stillaro 1
arc guests t 1
a
STUNG S TUN G
I
BRYAN A BOLTER BOLTEROH BOLTERON BOLTERON
ON STATE POLICIES POLICIESMade
Made Plain laill by His Attitude ItttitndeToward AttitudeToward AttitudeToward
Toward Dalilman DalilmanQUESTION Dal1hnauQUESTION DahlmanQUESTION
QUESTION OF LIQUOR INTEREST INTERESTDeclared INTERESTDeclare INTERESTDeclares
Declared Voters Have Opportunity Opportunityto Opllortullftto
to Uphold State Against County CountyOption CountyOption CountyOption
Option and Will 111 Decide Dt ltle Whetherebraska Whether WhetherXebrnnUa bcthcr bcthcrXebrall1u
XebrnnUa Coe Goes Forward Irorw < < rcl or Bach Ilacliward DnckWnr Bachward
Wnr ward on o onProbibltlon Prohibition Issue IssueLincoln IssueLincoln
4 4Lincoln
Lincoln Nebr Sept Sept2aW 2ft 2W W J Bryanbroke Bryan Bryanbroke Bryanbroke
broke th the silence which he has h maintain maintained maintained ¬ I Icd
ed on tb the State situation since his h return returnto returnto
to Lincoln LI ln ten days dar ago and tonight is issued Issued issued ¬ I
sued a statement of his Ita attitude toward towardthe toward towardthe towardthe
the Democratic D moerftUe ticket and especially the thecandidate thecandidate thecandidate
candidate for governor ernor The statement statementfollow atatonte statementanon t tfo1l0j
follow fo1l0j t tI 8 8I
I am just leaving for Missouri lI1ss url andshall and andshall aooshalt
shall be absent practically all of the thetime thetime thetime
time for about a a month of campaigning campaigningin
in i n Missouri Kansas Iowa and Illinois IllinoisAfter I11lnot I11lnotAltor IllinoisAfter
After thatI shall be at liberty llbert to speakfor speak speakfor speaktor
for Mr Ir Hitchcock the Democratic can candidate CAJIdldate candidate ¬
didate for Congress Co r and for UM Stateticket State Stateticket S ate atetlckat
ticket in Nebraska NebraskaIn
In speaking for the State ticket however how however w wever ¬
ever I shall not be able to present any anyarguments anyarguments
arguments In favor of tho election of ofMr otIr ofMr
Mr Ir Dahlman His position en tho liquor liquorquestion Uquorquoatlon liquorquestion
question makes that impoulWe impoulWeDeclaration ImpGjllbleDeclnrntlol1 imposibleDeclnratimt
Declaration hy II VotersIf Voters VotersIf Yte 5 5It
If Mr Dahlman is elected it will be bea bea bea
a declaration by the voters of the State Stateagainst Stateasalnltt Stateagainst
against county nty option and against tho Soclock 8 8oclock 8oclock
oclock closing law Ja If he is l defeated Itwill it itwill Itwfll
will bo a declaration in favor of county countyoption county countyoption ooun oounoption
option and in favor of tho S oclock clos closing c105Ing closing ¬
ing law lawIn la laIn lawIn
In other words if the voters now have havetho hnvetho havetho
tho opportunity to decide whether the theState thoState theState
State shall go backward or forward onthe on ontho ontho
tho liquor Question the present arguments argumentsin
in favor of going g lag back would not only onlycontradict onlycontradict onlycontradict
contradict what I have already aJread said on ontho ontho onthe
tho subject but would embarrass me meIn meIn meIn
In the fight that I expect to make hereafter hare hareafter horeafter
after to save our party part from the odiumof odium odiumof odiumot
of being tho representative ropre entaUve of the liquor liquorinterests llquorInterests liquorinterests
interestsPOPULISTS interests interestsPOPULISTS InterestsPOPULISTS
POPULISTS AND DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSNAME DEMOCRATSNllIE DEMOCRATSNAME
NAME OWN CANDIDATES CANDIDATESLincoln CANDIDATESLincoln CANDIDATESLincoln
Lincoln Nebr Sept S pt 2O1n 20 In tho first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time in six years eftrs there will be no fusion fusionin tuslonII
in II Nebraska between tho Populists and andDemocrats andDemocrats andDemocrats
Democrats for governor at the primaries primariesThe primariesThe primariesThe
The Populists nominated Gov GO Shallon Shallonberger Shallonberger Shallonberger
berger while the Democrats named namedMayor namedMa namedMayor
Mayor Ma or Dahlman of Omaha Shallen Shallenberger Shalfonberger Shallonberger
berger after his defeat for the Demo Democratic Democratlc Democratic ¬
cratic nomination declined that of the thePopulists thePopulists thePopulists
Populists and the State central commit committee commit committee committee ¬
tee of the latter met hero today toda to fill filltho filltho fillthe
tho vacancies vacanciesA
A conflict of opinions developed over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which lines to follow to leave loo c the gu gubernatorial gubernatorial gubernatorial ¬
bernatorial space on the Populist Popull t ticket ticketblank ticketblan1c ticketblank
blank or to make Senator C H Aldrich Aldrichthe Aldrichthe Aldrichthe
the Republican candidate tho Populist Populistnominee Populistnominee Populistnominee
nominee By a vote of 14 to 9 the com committee commlttee committee ¬
mittee after hours of debate decidedagainst decided decidedagainst decltIedagnlnst
against fusion with with th Republicans and to tohavo tohavo tohave
havo no candidate eandldatePopulists candidatePopulists candidatePopull
Populists Popull ts generally are opposed to Dahl Dahlman Dahlman Dahl Dahlman
man and are county count optlonists Their re refusal rcfusnl refusnl ¬
fusnl to indorse him is tantamount to tobolt a abolt abolt
bolt as the committee fused with with th thDemocrats the theDemocrats theDemocrat e
Democrats on all other State officers officersEXCUHSION ofi1cersEXCURSION officersEXOURSION
EXCURSION WRECKED WRECKEDICO
ICO l O Passenger PntHln rll Reported hart in inTrain inTrnln i iTrain n
Train AccidentLibson Accident AccidentLibson Ocllont OcllontLlbson
Libson Sept 20 roAn An excursion train trainhas trainhns trai traihas n
has been derailed nearOporto nC 11r > Oporto It Is re reported r rported reported ¬
ported that 150 persons were more or less lessseriously lee lesseriously leeseriously 5
seriously Injured InjuredKILLS InjuredKILLS injuredKILLS
KILLS NEGRO ON TRAIN TRAINSpecial TRAINSpeclnl TRAINSpecial
Special Agent Shoots III Man Inn Who ho Was WasBeating Wa WasBeating Vas VasDeatlng
Beating a WomanRaleigh Woman WomanRaleigh olllnn olllnnRaleigh
Raleigh N C Sept Sept20Spcclal E0Special 20 Special Agent AgentOliver AgentOllyer AgentOliver
Oliver of the Southern Railway Rallwa today todayshot todayshot
shot and killed klllel an obstreperous negro negronamed negro negronamed negr o
named Walter Coleman on a negro ex excursion excursion excurston ¬
cursion train between Winston N Q Qand Gand Cand
and Danville Va The negro was beat beating beatIng ¬
ing a negro woman on the train and andattacked nnlIattacked and l
attacked attacked the railway agent when hii h in inferfered Inferfered n nterfered
ferfered
AIR RACE HELD OFFBad OFF OFFBad OFFBad
Bad Weather Again Delays Trans TransAlpine Transi TransAlpine TransAlpine i
Alpine Contest ContestBrigue ContestBrlgue ContestBrigue
Brigue Switzerland Sept S t 31 50There 50Therewas Tb TbWIta Thort Thortwas
was another postponement of the start startof startof startof
of the aeroplane race across the Alpc Alpsfrom Alpcfrom Alpcfrom
from this place to Milan Italy I ta17 Snow Snowfell SaowteU Scowfelt
fell last night and this tit morning there therewas th thwas therewas
was a high wind wl cl accompanied by rate rainThere rateThere ralaThere
There was a heavy mist tat over the Simplonacres Simplon Slmptonacross SimplonacrO
across acrO ili which the airmen will have to fly flyat fiT8t flyat
at an altitude of nearly 7000 feet feetThe fe8tThe feetThe
The authorities issued an order forbidding forbid forbidding forbidding ¬
ding any attempt at flying before noon noonSHERMAtfTROlMED noonSHERMA noonSIIERAI
SHERMAtfTROlMED SHERMAtfTROlMEDIN SHERMA TROUNCED TROUNCEDIN TROBNEDTIYE
IN mm TIYE COUNTY COUNTYBoosevelts COUNTYRoosevelts COBTYRoosevelts
Roosevelts Progressives ProgressivesOver Put PutOver PutOver
Over Welllaid Vel Ilaid Coup CoupUtica CoupUtica CoupUtica
Utica N Y Sept pt 30Vice PresidentJames President PresidentJamas PrealdentJltm
James Jltm S Sherman received a terrible terriblewalloping terriblewalloping terriblewalloping
walloping te n the Oneida County primaries primariestoday ttrlmarleltoda primariestoday
today toda and tonight tonl t in his fight t bt for the thetwentythree thetwenUtbr thetwentythree
twentythree e delegates from this th county countyto countyto countyto
to the Republican State convention atSaratoga at atSaratoga atSaratoGA
Saratoga one week from today todaySherman todaySherman todaySherman
Sherman was defeated by the progres progressive prerren progrestdve ¬
sive n element elem nt of the party in his own ownward ownwIud ownward
ward the seventh of this tht city ctt by b K Kvotes t5votes 6 6votes
votes In addition the Vice Jee President will willundoubtedly willundoubtedly 111 i iundoubtlCll
undoubtedly undoubtlCll lose the Second and Third Thirdassembly Thirdembly Thirdassembly
assembly embly districts but baa won the First Firstassembly l1ratmbly Firstassembly
assembly mbly district composed of twelvewards twelve twelvewards I Iwards
wards in this city cityThe cityThe It ItThe
The indications tncU Uo S late tonight are that thatthe thatthe tbatthe
the Vice lee President Presldentwllt will have ha hat only eight t of ofthe ori ofthe i
the twentythree Oneida County delegates delegatesto
to support him blm fn m his h l light for the tem temporary temparar temporary ¬
porary parar chairmanship of the State onven vonvention onventlon ooventlon
tlon against Col Roosevelt Roo enlt but final re results r rsuIts results ¬
sults may ma give him additional support supportfrom supportfrom i itrom
from his home county countyTho count countTho countyThe
Tho victory victor of the progressives in inOnoida InOneida toOneida
Oneida County Count appears to be all that the themost themost th thmost e
most enthusiastic leaders had hoped forThey for forThey i iTho
They Tho concede the First assembly district districtto districto t
to the old guard and made their drive in inthe Inthe inthe
the Second and Third districts districtsIt
It was a tremendous fight this battle battleto battleto battleto
to humiliate the Vice President in his hienative hisnntlve hisnative
native county but the progressives with withunlimited withunUml withunlimited
unlimited unUml ed funds at their command and andcounseled ant antcouneQlod andcouneoloti
counseled personally rllOnlh by former President PresidentRoosevelt PresklOl1tRoosev PresidenRoosevelt t
Roosevelt Roosev > lt and Chairman Ortscom Grt com of the theNew theNew th thNew e
New York county count Republican committee committeelaid committeelaId committeelaid
laid their plans plans so carefully and work worked worRed worked ¬
ed day da and night to accomplish the vic victory vktor v1 v1tort ¬
tory tor which tonight appears to be theirs theirsTWO theirsTWO theirsTWO
TWO KAISERS MEETEmperor MEET MEE1Emperor MEEr MEErEmperor
Emperor William Guest Guest of Emperor EmperorFrancis EmperorFrancis EmperoFrancis r
Francis Joseph JosephVienna JosephVienna rosephVienna
Vienna Sept 3s GEmperor Emperor William Wtllla n ar arrived arrived arrivod ¬
rived here today todft and for two days wil wilbe will willbe wt1tbc l
be the guest of Emperor Francis Joseph Josephat
at Schoenbrunn SchoenbrunnEASY SchocnbrunnEASY SchoenbrunnEASY
EASY TO RAISWMAINE RAISWMAINEJohn RAIS MAINE MAINEJohn
John F ORourke OR ourke Says So After AfterMaking AfterMaking Af to toMaking r
Making Soundings at Havana HavanaKew HavanaNew j jNew
New York Sept 20 roThere There There should be belittle betittle b blittle e
little difficulty dlmcult in raising the wrecked wreckedbattle wreckedbattle < 1 1battle
battle ship Maine according to John F FORourke FORourke
ORourke who arrived here today toda from fromHavana fromlIavann m
Havana lIe wont to Cuba to take takesoundings takesoundings tak taksoundings e
soundings around the Maine MaineI Mainefir
fir I am enthusiastic over the prospects prospectsof pr prosper prosperof pecta pectaot b
of of raising the wreck ho said The Thesoundings Thesoundings Thesoundings
soundings and borings show that after aftersinking aftesInking aftersinking
sinking caissons around the hulk of tho thobattle thobattle tit titbattle °
battle ship there would be little trouble troublein
in raising her herMr horMr herMr
Mr ORourke brought plans and draw drawIngs drawIngll
logs of the position and condition of the thebattle thebnttlo titsbattle
battle ship hlp
675 FOR CRIPPEN CRIPPENIlls
Ills HouHchold Good Goods Sold at atAuction ntAuction n nAuction t
Auction AuctionLondon AuctionLoMon AuctionLohdon
London ° Sept 20 2OThe The household effects effectsof oft effec effecof ts tsof
of D Ir I r Grippes whose examination on onthe onthe o n
the charge of having murdered his wife wifeBelle wlCeBelle wifeRolle
Belle Elmore has been going on In Bow BowStreet Bo BoStree BoStreets rti
Streets Street Police Court were sold todir todirMost to disl dislMost JtJ JtJMost
Most of the goods wero disposed of at atordinary atordinary a t
ordinary sale while bne others wore sold by byauction bylUotion b bAuatton y
auction Ninetytwo Nlnet lnety twcj lot l 1d4 tt were sold for fo foR r
3575 61
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TRY TO WREST COIN COINFROM COINFROM COINFROI1
FROM CAVALIERI CAYALIERIAttorneys CAVALIERIAttorneJ1s CAVALIERIAttorne3Ts
Attorneys for Former Wife WifeofiCIianler Wifeof VifeOL
of ofiCIianler OL Chanler Will SueATTACK Sue SueATTACK SueATTACK
ATTACK ANTENUPTIAL PACT PACTiBelieved PACTDelleed PAC T
Believed Singer Slll er Will 111 Made Over Overturci Ocrturcl
turci to the Chnnlcr E Estate > tnte atc fur forCash a aCash uCnsh
Cash Settlement SettJclUcntLnvycr Lawyer Is Indlg Indlgnnnt IndJsnunt Indignant
nnnt nt Report that Restaurateur RestaurateurWill IlcJllnur RestaurateurW111 ueur
Will 111 Sue fur Small Dill BillNow Dillt DillNt DillNew
f
t
Now Nt > w York Sept pt 30DIspatchos JIDI Dispatches f1ehes from fromParis fromParts f fParis tries
Paris toy stated > > that Mrs Julia JuliaChamberlain JuHaCbamberlata Jn JnChamberlain
Chamberlain Chanter chan1et the nr ftrat rat t wifeRobert wife of ofRobert orRobert
Robert W r Chanter Chan r who ic living there tborewith therewith tierwith °
with two children hail b instructed her herlawyers herIayen b blawyers
lawyers Alexander Watrtea Watrt Polk of ofhis ofeUy O OUds t
Uds his city to brine suit here to set aside asidethe asidethe asidethe
the Chanter CbanlrCIlvalferl Cavalier antenuptial agree agreement areo areoMeDt agreemeat ¬
meat an 31 the ground JN1 that the fM 1111 S0110 K > a year yearthat yea yeatint ear earthat r
that Cheesier Chn r agreed a od to pay his wife 1te and aadchildren andcblldr as aschildren d
children cblldr for their support to endangered endangeredFrederick enda endangeredFrederick lored i iPNdertck
Frederick Wattles of the firth rlft de declined deeUnlHl deelated ¬
elated to say sa whether hM Mrs rs Qhanler baal had hadinawteted hadb ba bahasuueted d
inawteted b UC1 her counsel to start proceed nroceedingc proceedlop proceedlags
lop saying ytn that he was wunot not at liberty libertyto abort abortto r
to dteoMos the matter at preeent He also alsorefused alsorettUled a 1st 1strefused
refused to deny d DY or 0 reajUrm that a Its Itspeadens 118peJMteu I Ipendens
peadens would GU1d be filed in in the county countyclerks count countelerlts countclerks r
clerks office orne in a day da or so following followingthe CoUo1ngthe folioein folioeinthe S
the filing tUft of auratnotts and complaint in inthe Intho i Ithe
the actionLinn action actionLinn ae1onIlnn
Linn Mnles Inkc Overtures OverturesA
A lawyer associated tatcd with the Chanlor Chanlorinterests Chanlortnteeeats CbanloInterests r
interests said today tocia that he hasreason has good goodreason ood oodr d
reason r sen for believing belh ln that Cavalier CavaileriInstructed bAS haaInstructed bASlnat y
Instructed lnat ted her lawyers to make makeovor makeovorture over overtures overturea ¬
tures ture to the lh Chanler estate for a cash cashsettlement Ct CtMtUlMont casettlement sit
settlement and that if any an figure SUrc seems seemsto aoemsto ae aeto
to her to be within reason r n she will will ac accept xcpt aceept ¬
cept pt it on her arrival here hereSidney hereSki
Sidney Ski n e Harris Chanters lawyer was wasindignant wasincUsnant wa waIndignant s
indignant today that publicity pubUdt had been beengiven 0000ven
given ven to John B Martins intention t tsue to tosue tosue o
sue Chanler for a ilre a restaurant taunmt bill of 515 515Ho U UHo 15 15Ho
Ho said h he did not believe that Martin Martinwas Muttnwa Martinwaa
was wa a party pert to to such picayune methodof methods methodsof methodsof s
of advertising advertisingMr
Mr Harris said he did not think it t was waanecessary wasn wa wanecessary s
n necessary e8flal for Chanlor to file a formal formalnotice tormalnoUce 1
notice revoking the power of attorney attorneyto xttorno xttornoto
to Cavftliori either with the register o ocounty or orcounty orcount r
county count clerk clerkThere clerkTh clerkThere
There Th r8 was a strong belief today toda that thatif tbatIt ileaif t
if the first Mrs Irs Chapter has directed he heIawers her herTawers herTaweni r
Tawers to sue to sot lot aside the power of ofattorney orattorney o oattorney
attorney she Is doing BO under the geld guidance guldnneo geldonce ¬
once of Robert W V Chanlers advisors advisorssince ftc1lsorsaln advisorssince
since aln e in that way Va Cavalieris husbanwould husband husbandwould husbandwould d
would be protected and he would not ap appear np nppear appear ¬
pear to bo guilty guilt of bad faith toward towardhis towardhi town r1
his hi wife for whom he still protests some someaffection somearroetlon som somaffection e
affection affectionThe arroetlonThe affectionThe
The Italian National Club In West WestSixteenth WestSixteenth Wee WeeSixteenth t
Sixteenth street which Chanler joined at atthe attba a athe t
the request of Cavnlieri and where h hdined he hedined hedined e
dined with her frequently frQ ucntl put in a clai claifor claim claimfor claimtor m
for Sit 12 1 due on an unpaid ur ptikl bill in tho thohands tholNmds th thbands mo o
hands of of Sidney Sidnc Harris today He was wasa wasR tt ttA
a R member of the club just two months monthsbefore monthsbefore monthbefore a
before he went to Paris to be married marriedtnd marriedknd marrl marrland
and ran up a bill of 300 part of which whichhe whichhe whit
he paid paidBROWN pt1idBROWN paidBROWN
BROWN WILL SETTLED SETTLEDSons SETTLEDSons
Sons of Mrs iirnilley nrnclle Ills Slayer SlayerWill SJnrIII SlayerWill r
Will III Get 12000 12000Salt
Salt Lake City Cft Utah Sept 30 9OThe 9OThesuit The Thesuit e
suit of Mrs Olrs Anna Bradley Brndlc to break the thewill thewill tit titwill e
will of the late Arthur Arthur Brown at one onetime onetIme on e
time ynited States Senator onator from Utah Utahwill Utahwill Uta Utawill
will be settled by b the payment of 12100 12100to 1tt 1ttto
to Mrs Bradleys sons according to an anannouncement nnannouncomont a aannouncement n
announcement by r attorneys for both bothsides bothBides bo boaides tit
sides sidesBrown BidesDrown aidesBrown
Brown was shot and an fatally t tall wounded woundedby woundedby wound woundby
by Mrs Irs Bradley BrodIe in Washington D DDorembor DDecember C CDecember
December S ICOfi ljG In his will he spa specifically spotl spaeifiealll ¬
cifically tl ca 11 denied the paternity of the two twochildren twochlklron tw twchildren °
children Arthur and and Martin Montgom Montgomery Montgo Montgoory Iontl om omery m ¬
ery and cut thorn off with nothing The Theestate Thecetate Th Thestate e
estate amounts to something more more than thanJWOOO thaniOOOO tha n
JWOOO iOOOO
i
linkers Dnler Body Recovered RecoveredThe nc oere1 oere1The
The body hod of Roswell E Baker an In Insurance i isurance n i isurance
surance agent who was wnsdrowned ° drowned + while whilaflaWrtg whileftahbtb rvhl la
flaWrtg tlahiugat at Chesapeake Bough Sunday Stmd af afternoOty ACtocnoop a aternoUn
tocnoop ternoOty was recovered yesterday by b on oni onipiaycf OD1Ji01 1
piaycf Ji01 of the Chesapeake B Beach ch Rail Railroad Rftllroad I ¬
road Ecrmpany mpan and will be removed to tothin tot1II
thin J1J oJtSlf today Funeral arrangements arrangementshavo arrangemontshnvo arrangementhave to
have not not been made madeI
I
ROOSEIELTYEXEU WITKFXF uLiLLI EVflT VXD VXDfP iLAL iLALIssues
f fpg59gpQflaf5
fP pg59gpQflaf5 pg59gpQflaf5i pg59gpQflaf5I E 5 HrO T TIssues i
Issues Statement on His Con Conference Conference Conference ¬
ference with Taft TaftHAD TaftHAD TaftHAD
HAD MADE NO BEQUEST BEQUESTMet
r
Met the President on the Sug Suggestion Suggestion Suggestion ¬
gestion of Mr Griscom GriscomCorrespondent GriscomGorrellpontJenill GriscomCorrespondents
Correspondent on Tnftn Train All AllSent AUSent AllSent
Sent Out Stories to Effect that that In Interview Interview Interview ¬
terview Wan Sought by Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and that He He Had Been Turned TurnedDown TarnedDownColonel TurnedDownColonel
Down DownColonel Colonel Declares that the theMeeting thoUectlDg theMecting
Meeting Was Va EnjoyableNew Enjoyable EnjoyableNew
4 4New
New York Sept 26Col Cal RoesevoU WAS WASsomewhat w wnssomewhat s ssomewhat
somewhat vexed foday at the newspjf ne neap rreports r rreports rreports
reports of his meeting with President PresidentTaft PresWant PresWantTaft Pr sltIant sltIantTattfn
Taft Tattfn in fn Now Haven on Monday IO AY He was wasespecially waseSPeQIally wanespecially
especially displeased disple Sed with the stories that thatstate titatltate thatstate
state or Inferred that he sought tho in interview In1onlew interview ¬
terview and that h he had bean mildly rohuffed ro rebuffed roburred ¬
buffed by not getting what he wanted wantsdfrom wam wantedbent d dtrom
from the President PresidentEfforts PresidentEttcuia PresidentEfforts
Efforts of the most IOMt strenuous sort to todiscover todlse6er todiscover
discover either from 10111 the t colonel or eMIr fn fnMr fjpm fjpmMr
Mr Ir Grtecem Grl eom the exact pur nurjHse6rtli nurjHse6rtlimeeting psedf dr tIN tINmoetlng tiemeeting
meeting brought forth nothing nothing satiafa satiafatory aatlsfao aatlsfaotort Ustao Ustaotor
tory tor Col Roosevelt desired deslr id only to tomake tDJDflke tomake
make Jt jt very er plain to all that he wont wontto w WORtto t tto
to NeV Now No Haven at the request of MrQriscom Mr MrprJsccwi MrGriscom
prJsccwi and not by hi his own seeking seekingand saoktftgand seekingand
and that he has no favor to ask a k of tile tfcePresident tilePrMlldent usePresident
President and that ha will havanone havanoneRelation have hayeneaeRelations none noneRelntlonll
Relations Relation Not oi ChangedPresident Changed ChangedPresident ChnngecIPresident
President Taft simply reiterated Ms Mshope ftIshope hishope
hope that Mr Roosevelt and the pro progressive pragreselvea IrO IrOgresstves ¬
gressive would win at Saratoga That Thatsaid Thafsld Tisa Tisageld
said the colonel came unsought from reM thePresident the thePresident tMPresident
President So far a as could be learned learnedth learnedthf learnedthe
the th > mooting between the two t sank have haveno haveno bvcno
no great bearing be rl1lg on the relation that thathave Ulathave thathave
have existed since Mr Roosevelt Roo evelt returned returnedfrom Iotarnodfrom ocrnedfrom
from Africa Certainly the eotonai fid fidnot tklnOt 0k 0knot
not wish to say so if the relations reI UOM arechanged are arechanged arechanged
changed changedIt
It was pointed out to air r Roosevelt Rooseveltas RON elt eltas
as he h sat in the contributing editors ecJIter of office 0 0ce ¬
ice l ce this afternoon that the corr corrdenu corrMPOft corrMPOftdenta dnrrsrttpondents
dents on the Presidents train hail all allmade anmade allmade
made the statement that it was ho who whosought wnusought hu husought
sought th t the interview for the t purpose a aecuring of ofsecuring 4ttecurtng <
securing s help from th the President Prtllllk ftt and aadthat xdthat
that he had been turned down dow The Theone 011I 011Ione ce1onol
onol one beamed silently Then Th alter a flewmoments flew flewjomaats trW trWiOIftonts
moments reflection re lectkm he made his tit state statement Mateme autettleMt ¬
ment me <
mentWithout Without ot any n auggtiQn suggestion MiggtPtlonr fr fr4tp m a Gee fto ftoa Mr Mrto MgGa
a Ga kvl se iUk xtficM d 1J1f1It I be beto wflibrg
to meet the President Pro t e t anfi a > td I tatill aJ treat tfcatof treatof t tof
of coarse eour > > t I would He had at first Slnte Slntetlonoo fitasirneatlonod en entioned
tioned New York as the place of west westing Dt meettug t tIn ¬
tug In but wired m me at Syraeuao that it itwould Itwould itwould
would be New Haven and thither I ww went wntaecordlnb wentaccordingly > t taccordingly
accordingly accordinglySought aecordlnbSought
Sought Xo Assistance AssistanceI A HItunce HItunceHI
HI I sought no help from the t President Presidentand PrMldptand Presidentand
and made no re r request < tuet t of the ProsM President wt wtdirectly
directly dlrectl or indirectly ladlrectl and had no noto re request MC MCto
to make Our interview was moat 11M cordialand cordial cordialand eonttarand
and pleasant pJe ant and without any question questionor q qor
or request from me the President stated stated1to statedto
to me that he hoped h ped we would win at atSaratoga atsr atSaratoga
Saratoga sr togo and that he so informed Mr MrGriscom ir irGrilleom r
Griscom his remarks being in subaUaea subaUaeathose nacuethMe suilsttlsosWere
those attributed to him in the dispatches dispatchesfrom dispatchesfrom tcINs tcINsfrom
from the correspondents on the t tdendal Presi Presidential ¬
dential train Our meeting was enJoyaWe enJoyaWein enjoP enjoPI + tble tblein
in I every over way v and I was glad Iwent I went wentFurther eat H HFurther
Further than that the colonel had astitiog noth nothing ua uaInC ¬
InC to say concerning his New Haven Haventrip H Htrip Haventrip
trip Barring Barr1D UM explanation of bin alii rea reason rea80ft ¬
son for going otn the announcement anneuaeemeattf te pnae pnaettaUly
ttaUly tf All the same as the one he save out outat Ntat
at Beverly in June JuneGricom JuneGrficom JuneGriscom
Gricom a Caller CallerWhile CnllerWhUe
While he was busily mU engaged enpgtl ia dis discussing dlsrusstng d dcussing ¬
cussing the trip with the newspaper man manin JtNIIn ringin
in the Outlook office the telephone boll bollrang Hllrans bellrang
rang and Mr Ir Griscom was 118 at the other otherend oUterend otherend
end He said be would GUM Mke > to see Mr MrRoosevelt MrRoosevelt lr lrRocsIt
Roosevelt and the t colonel told him to jocome toeome
come right rlbt over The county chairman chairmanwa chairman chairmanwas
was wa 118 in his own headquarters in the Mot MotropoiUan MetTOPDUtan
ropoiUan Life BuiMHng a a short distance dtetaaoeaway dteuuloea distanceaway
away awayMr a way waylr
Mr lr Griscom was closeted with Mr MrRoosevelt JfrRoosevelt
Roosevelt for about fifteen minutes He Hewas HeI
t was < aa evidently avin I nUf a II bit distressed over the thereports uereportS thereports
reports reports that the colonel had sought Mr MrTaft r rTaft
Taft for when he emerged from the thesanctum tilesanctum
sanctum he said that he would have M a alittle 8 8little
little statement of his own to hand out outto oatto outto
to the th reporters repo reporters tors if they would step st ever eyarto everto ver verto
to his office officeI
I suggested to Mr Roosevelt read readtho reAdtho
tho county chairmans statement statome t that thatho thatho thathe
ho meet and talk with 1th the President Pr kle t Mr MrRoosevelt MfrRoosevelt fir firRoosevelt
Roosevelt said that he would bo dejfebted dejfebtedto
to do so There was no mention made by byeither byoltJlor b y yeither
either of us 11 of any purpose Intha in the meat meating mootIng
ing Mr lr Roosevelt asked nothing af r the thePresident UtePresident
President The President volunteered to tome tome
me that he was glad to reiterate Ms Msviews Isisviews hisvisas
views expressed in his letter to me at atAugust r rAusust
August 30 regarding the situation of the theRepublican theRepubl1ran theRepublican
Republican party xmrt in New York and andstated a d dstated
stated to me substantially sub tanUall what has ap appeared appoured p ppOlrcc1 ¬
poured in the newspapers telegraphedfro telegraphed telegraphedfronvthe telegrap ed edfro
fronvthe fro the Presidential train The meet meeting JDectinS meetlag ¬
inS was most cordial in every respect respectDcnlcN rMpGtDenleN respectDenies
Denies Misunderstanding MlsrurderstnndingThere MisunderstandingThere Ibuucler > ltnnllin ltnnllinThore
There was no misunderstanding mis uiderstandiug < < between betweenCol betwaonCol betonCot
Col Roosevelt R oseelt and Mr Grtacom Grt com over the thecall thecall
call on the President and while the eel colonel eelonel tnlonel ¬
onel was 105 not pleased at what was wa said saidabout saidabout
about him he will call upon Mr Taft art in inthe Inthe larite
the future under similar circumstances circumstancesHe
He will do it as a matter of courtosY court courtAs ear earAs
As the time for the th Saratoga Santo conven convention conYooHOIl convnatiott ¬
tion approaches apnn achos the colonel is simply simplyContinued simplyConthlucll elm Ida
Continued on Page 3 Column G GABE OABE
ABE MARTIN SAYS SAYSWhats SAYSThats SAYSllats
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live happily liePP liePPFolks il ever afterwards afterwardsFolks afterwardsFolks
Folks that er married fer fertltfer ferth1r ferthbr
tltfer money never seem seemtumble e etumble
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yi valid for return October i and ean an nbe nbeoxtended be beextended
extended to October 11 Stopovers StoDOorsPar StoDOorsParmftted per permitted permft ¬
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