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NO 1466 WASHINGTON D DO 0 TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 111910 1910 1910TWELVE TWELVE TWELVEPAGES PAGES ONE CENT
TAFT T fI AND ROO ROOT ROOTIN I IlN
lN CONFE CONFERENCE CONFERENCERoosevelt N NRoosevelt
Roosevelt Under Discussion Discussionat
at Beverly Meeting MeetingHIS Meetiligt Meetiligills eetiug eetiugHIS
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HIS ATTITUDE STUDIED STUDIEDPresident STUDIEDPresident STUDIEDPresident
President Gets Opportunity to toUnbosom toUnbosonl toV
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Unbosom Himself HimselfHeretofore HiInseltI HiInseltI1eretotoro HimselfJieretoforo
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Heretofore Taft Has IIn Kept Silent SilentRegarding SilentRegardIng SilentRegarding
Regarding Subject that Gauged GaugedHim CnulScd111m Ctunseillilni
Him Grave Concern but with withFormer withC withFormer
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Former Fellowmembers of o Cabinet CabinetHe CubluetHe Cabinetlie
He Was as Free to Talk JnlkSulremo JnlkSulremoCqurt ralkSuprenjeCqurt Supreme SupremeCfjurt
Cqurt Appointments Considered ConsideredBeverly ComddercdDeverl Coiu1tlcrcilBeverly
Beverly Deverl Got 10 1OoUnlted United States St tts Sona Sonator Sonator Senator
tor EHhu Root RO t conferred conferrod with With wI the Preal Prealdcnt PresIdent PreIdent
dent for flTQ liqurs hours to today day It VMS was we the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time that the President had talked talkodwith talk talkedwith d dwith
with Mr Root e since lnce he returnad r turnod from fromThe fromThe fromThe
The Hague where he had been one of ofthe otthe ofth0
the United Stale Mprewrttatlvos In the theNewfoundland theNetoundl th thNewfoundland
Netoundl Newfoundland fisheries case caseIt oos oosIt caseIt
It was w back In June when Senator Root Rootsailed Rootsailed Rootsailed
sailed for Europe and he had not been beenthere b04 beenthere n nthere
there k long before he met CoL Roose Roosevelt RO ROveJt Roeevolt ¬
volt and had a Ions lon talk With with him himQonator himftonator himofttor
Qonator ofttor Root left Washington ftalleving ftallevinga e1hwtng oIIo1ngas
a as moat of President Prc Profdent ttdent Tafra otoee friends friendsdid frIonddid IrIonddid
did that Col Ce Roosevelt would fully In Indorse Indorse indorse
dorse the Taft admlnfstratlon admlnfstratlonIt
It wa wu accepted a 6pted a as a fact however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that Mr Root RQ Rqdt t met Q t Ccl U Roosevelt Reo eelt In Lon London London Lendon ¬
don as a a volunter advocate of the raft Taftadministration raftadminhotratlon raftadminlatratlon
administration to counteract by b his hiswords hisword hiswords
words the reports ta that had been poured pouredinto pouredinto pouredInto
into the colonel colon oar by Gifford PInchot PInchotToday PlnchotToday PinchoLToday
Today wa w the ftrat opportunity that thatPresident thatPrtsident thatPresident
President Taft and Senator Root bad had hadto hadto ncl nclto
to view Iew the London L Rdon meeting meetn together in inthe Intile intie
the tile light of recant rlO nt events eventsGet eyontsGet eontsGet
Get Roosevelts llooNeveltRTb0 View ViewThe Iew IewTho
The President and Mr Root as a they theyreminisced the theremlnIKed theyremlnlwcod
reminisced undoubtedly had before baforothem btorothem beforethem
them the latMt Itee dispatches from the theRoosevolt theRooseolt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt train In which the colonel colonelmakes colonelmakCtllt colonelmakee
makes makCtllt it apparent that h he does not Intend Intendto Int Intendto d dto
to Indorse the P ynaAWrlch PjtynO4ldtich tariff taw tawand Jawatl lawand
and that he would have combated any anyattempt aDYattempt anyattempt
attempt to indorse Taft for 1912 leI in the theSaratoga theSaratoga theSaratoga
Saratoga convention conventionThere eonventlolThere conventionThere
There Is another feature ture ot the Taft TaftRoot TactRoot Tafte
e
Root meeting that Interests the Presi Presidents PrO Preetdents l ldpnts ¬
dents friends Taft and and Root had served servedtogether servedtogether servedtogether
together in tho Roosevelt r < JOtIevelt Cabinet Both Bothwere Bothwere Ilothwere
were strongly attached to the colonel colonelpersonally cJtonelpersonolly eionel eionelpersonaly
personally Mr Roosevelt Is said to tohave tohave tohave
have remarked often ttf l to Taft and an ltoot ltootthat Rootthat Root Rootthat
that the thought that that gttvahlm nov kiln the thegreatest thegfeatost thegreatest
greatest satisfaction was wa that he could couldcerve couldcorve
cerve 6 under either of them them with the thegame thesame thesame
same readiness and pleasure that they theywere lhe lhewre thetwere
were serving servin under him On the surface surfaceat surtaGeat surfeocat
at least this same warm friendship ex existed existed cxisted ¬
isted among the three when Senator SenatorRoot SenatorRoot SenatorBoot
Root said goodby to President Taft Tattat Tattatthe at atthe atthe
the White Hous House in June and left l ft for forEurope forEurope forEurope
Europe to present the merits of tho Taft Taftadministration Taftndmlntstratfoft Taftadministration
administration to Roosevelt RooseveltPresident RoosoeltPreshlent RooseveltPresident
President Deeply WoundedHow Wounded WoundedHow Vounclet1How
How changed the conditions under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which the President and Mr Root came cametogether eometogether cametogether
together again today Everybody who whoknows whoknows whoknows
knows President Taft at all intimately intimatelyrealizes InUmatelyrealizes intimatelyrealizes
realizes that the conduct of Col Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Roosovelt ¬
velt elt toward him has wounded him deep deepCon deepContinued deepContinued
Con Continued tinned on O Page Pn e O Column 4 4IMPLICATE 4t 4IMPLICATE
t IMPLICATE DEAD MAN MANWitnesses M1NWitnesses MXNWitnesses
Witnesses Say Rawn Held Stock in inOsterman inOsterman inI
I Osterman Company CompanyChicago CompanyChlea CompanyF
F Chicago Chlea o Oct 10 10The The methods of Ira IraG 1mG IraG
G Rawn former vice president of the theIllinois tho11Ilnol theIllinol
Illinois Central Railroad and president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Monon generally regarded as a sul suicide sulclde ¬
0
cide at his home in Wlnnetka were ro rovealed rovenled rovealod
vealed thi this afternoon in detail by Thomas ThomasB ThomalB
B klrby of Elgin 111 whose name ap appeared tip tippeered p ppeared ¬
peared In the list of stockholders of the theOsterman tho08term theOsterman
Osterman 08term n Manufacturing Cpmpany CQmPfinyHe CQmPfinyHetestlfted C mpany He Hetestified Hetestified
testified that he held stock for Rawn RawnThe RawnThe RawnThe
The stock Kirby said was In his name namebut namebut namebut
but was held for the dead railroad man manat manat manat
at his Rawns request requestThe requestThe reueetThe
The only onl reason he held It accordingto accordTh accordThto
to tho witness was Rawns objection to tobeing tobeing tobeing
being named openly as a stockholder stockho dQr ot otthe Q1the ofthe
the Osterman company when he was wasvico wasieo wasvice
vice ieo president of the railroad railroadOther ra ra1road ra1roadOther road roadOther
Other testimony testlmon along the th same line linewas tineWII linewas
was given by witnesses this afternoon afternoonTAFTS afternoonAFIS afternoonPAFFS
TAFTS FOOT STILL SORE SOREPresident SOREpreslt1ent SOREPresident
President Forced to Give Up Golf GolfGame GoltGRU1C GolfCaine
Game Again AalnBeverly AgRlnDevorlJ AgainBeverly
Beverly Oct 10 oPresldent President Taft is still stillwearing stillWearing stillwearing
wearing a silt car carpet pot slipper sIlpp r on account accountof accountot accountof
of that sore 5 sor r foot of his The Inflamma Inflammation Inttammatlon intlammation ¬
tion caused by b the shoe that pinched Is Isgradually Isgradually Isgradually
gradually being reduced But the Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent had to give up his golf game again againtoday againtoda3 againtoday
today todaySTEAMERS toda3STEA1IERS todayI
I
STEAMERS TABOO NAPLES NAPLESCompanies NAPLESCompnnles NAPLESCompanice
Companies io < o Change Route Until UntilCholera UntUCholera untilCholera
Cholera In hOver hOverNew Over OverNew OverNew
New York Oct 10 10A A ro rOault roeult ult of the thestrict thestrict thestrict
strict enforcement of quarantine against againstcholera a againstcholera lnst lnstcMlera
cholera at tide port is the decision of ofall atall ofall
all the lines running to the Mediterranean Mediterraneanto
to cut out Naples both ways The ex expenso expeniO cxpenoo
penso of holding up a ship with con contagion contagion contagloii ¬
tagion and tho harm It does to the ship shipwill shipw1l1 shipwifl
will not warrant the continuance of so sohazardous 50hazardous sohazardous
hazardous a service serviceHealth sorvlceHealth sorviceHealth
Health Officer Doty while sure that thatcholera thatcholera thatcholera
cholera cannot get a foothold l here even evenIf eonif evenit
If a ease of two did slip through thtough Is not notgoing not notgoing notgoing
going to relax his vigilance Isolation IsolationoC solaUonot
oC the patient would swiftly put an end endto endto endto
to tho disease It it should get in inJohntitone InJohntone inJohruitone
Johntitone Smashes Biplane IHplnncSt
St Louis LoqIs Oct 10 1QEleven Eleven flights were weremade weremade weremade
made ao a the Aero Club meet today todayJohnstone toda todaJohnstone todayJohnstone
Johnstone smashed a Wright VrI ht biplane to tosmithereens tosmlthelOens tosmithereens
smithereens and escaped without broken brokenbones brokenbones brokenbones
bones while attempting to make a very verysmall verysmall ery erysmall
small circle close to the ground The lip lipof lipot lipof
of tho lower plane touched the earth earthand earthnnd earthand
and the aeroplane wheeled over like a apiece apiece apiece
piece of cardboard cardboard1crumbling crumbling into a 0 pile pileof pileP pileof
P of broken wood and torn cloth clothWhole clothholc clothVho1e
Whole holc Window Undo 1ndows Glazed for forFrank 125 1 1Frank
Frank Libbey Co 6th 8 N Y Ave
WEATHER WEATHERFORECAS7 WEATHERFORECAS7For FORECAST FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaiIaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair Fair to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow rising tern temperature ternperature ternperature ¬
perature light variable winds windsshifting windsshifting windsshifting
shifting to tosout southerly southerlyHERALD souther1yHERALD erly erlyHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYiTaft SUMMARYrng SUMMARYPngs
rng Pngs PngsiTaft lC lCiTaCt
iTaft Tells His Troublesto Troubles to Root RootAH RootAll RootAll
All Priests Prl Sls Must Leave Portugal PortugalThreatens port1galT orgaLThreatens
Threatens T reaten8 to Expose Tener TenerRoekvlllQ TenerRo TenerRekvilie
RoekvlllQ Ro > ekUlc Asks Ast < s Ban on Elopers ElopersKnights ElopersKnights EiopersKnights
Knights Templars Field Day DayRoosevelt DayRoosevclt DayRoosevelt
Roosevelt Takes Talu s Issue with Taft TaftFirfls TaCtFlr TaftPiras
Firfls Flr s Claim 800 Victims VictimsHughes ietims ietims2Hughes
2Hughes 3 Hughes on the Supremo Bench BenchHumans BenchHumana BenchHumane
Humans Conference e In Session SessionAero SMalonAaro SoesionAero
Aero Club Plans Announced Announced3Mlchlgan Announced3Michigan
3 3Mlchlgan Michigan Not Insurgent Insurgent4N Insurgent4News
4 4N 4News News WS of the Theaters Theaters5In Theaters51n Theatersn
5In n the World of Society SocietyEvans Sooletyvans SocietyEvans
Evans vans Wants Pacific Fleet FleetCEditorial FI FIet6Editorial et etCEdltorlal
CEditorial CEdltorlal7Femlnlne 6Editorial7Feminine
7 7Femlnlne Feminine Notes otes of Fashion Fashion8Long PashlonSLong
8 8Long Long Shots Win at Marlboro MarlboroGlanu MarllorgGlalls MarlboroGiants
Giants Defeated by b Phillies PhllUosLaJole PhilliosLaioie
9 Lajole Not to Slamo Iamo for HltsJ Hits H1tsllCommer Hits1lCommeral
11 llCommer 1lCommeral Commer Ifll al and Financial Flnonelal12Fal1 Finaneial12Fall
12 12Fal1 Fall Opening Described DescribedTeeth De DescribedTeeth crlb6d crlb6dTeeth
Teeth Inspection Urged UrgedSLOW UrgedSLOW UrgedSLOW
SLOW TO REGISTERFigures REGISTERFigures REGISTER REGISTERFigures
Figures from New York City Show Showa
a Falling Off OffNew OffNcw OffNew
New York Oct 11 nso So far as tho figures figuresare figur68are figuresare
are in at tt 1239 30 a a m the first days regis registration regiatmtlon registration ¬
tration is smaller won than last years yearswhen yearswhen enrs enrswhen
when the day was SlpOO behind the first flrstday firstda firstday
day da of so remote a gubernatorial guber Etorlnl year ear as asim as1ft as1e
1ft im > >
Fortyon of tho fiftysight assembly assemblydistricts aSHmblydistricts aseomblydIstricts
districts in this county and Kings Klhgs for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which complete figures are now In are are7MS
7MS 1 behind 10f IDfoG Quean QU nl and Richmond Richmondar
ar are 2250 behind behindALL behindALL behindALL
ALL PRIESTS MOST MOSTLEAVE MllSTLEAVE YIUSTLEAYE
LEAVE PORTUGAL PORTUGALAny
Any An Appearing on Streets of ofLisbon ofLisbon ofLisbon
Lisbon Are Arrested ArrestedLisbon ArrestedLisbon ArrestedLisbon
Lisbon Oct 10 loEver ltLEverythlng Everything thlng is quiet quiethero quiethoro quiethero
hero The expulsion of priests continues continuesAny contlnu8Any conttnu conttnuAny
Any seen on the streets are arclmmoolatob arclmmoolatobarrtatid Immediately ImmediatelyarresUd Immediatelyarrested
arrested Civil Gov Go Leao explain thai thatthis thaithis thaithis
this i Sa th the boat means of protecting them themfrom themtrom themfrom
from violence violenceThe violenceThe olenee oleneeT1e
The native monks and nuns have been beengiven ooenJifon beenven
given ven the option of staying 5tJl 1ng If they r rnounce re renounce renounce
nounce their orders otherwise otbQlwt e they will willhave w111have willhave
have to oylt Most lost of the Portuguese PortugueseJesuits PortugtJ1JseJOlmlts PortugueseJesuits
Jesuits will go to Brazil Sojne Scml of them tjitmwill tJttm tJttmwtll themwill
will go to England EnglandThe EnglandThe EnglandThe
The state wjll be bl b greatly great I enriched Q lIlcl1ed by bythe brthe b bthe
the coiWBcutlon cOl l CltUOn of property of the con congregations congregatlons congragations ¬
gregations The Jesuits own property pro rt of ofenormous ofenormoue
enormous value especially real otUltfr otUltfrbut Mtatebut osttebut
I
but thu monasteries and other religious rellgiouahouses rellloWlhou8i6 religioushousos
houses also niso own quantities of gold and andliver andIlver
IIUvor liver plate ornaments and Jowokk jow jowol Many Manyof MaR MaRot Manyof I
of tho congregations cellars aro filled filledwith ftUedWIth filedwith
with valuable luable old wines winesA wlneA winesA
A military guard has been placed over overthese overthese overthese
these properties propertiesGibraltar properties properUCjJGibraltar propertiesGibraltar
Gibraltar Oct IfcIXJs oI OI4 1S stated that ex exKing exKIng cxKing
King Manuel altered his decision d elslon to go goto soto goto
to Villa Manrique Manrique in consequence of rep representations represontattons represontations ¬
resentations by Spain who feared if he hevisited hevisited
visited there It would stir up the Span Spanish SpanIsh Spanmb ¬
ish republicans republicansManuel repulIeansMltnuel republicansManuel
Manuel before leaving Portugal wrote wrototo wroteto roto rototo
to Premier Souza SouzaI
I 1 am compelled compelled owing to stress str6860t str6860tclrcumstanleB of ofcircumstances ofcircumstances
circumstances to embark but I wish wishto wishto wishto
to inform the people of Portugal p rtugal that thatmy thatm thatmy
my m conscience is clear I have always alwaysacted alwaysacted alwaysacted
acted faithfully talthfull as as a Portuguese Portugu e and andhave andhave andhave
have done my m duty dut I shall always re remain remain remain ¬
main wholeheartedly Portueueeo I hope hopemy hopemy hopemy
my country countr will do me justice and try tryto tryto tryto
to understand my feelings My depart departure departure departure ¬
ure is riot by b any an means to be regarded regardedas
as an act of abdication abdicationPAPER abdicationP abdicationPAPER
PAPER P PER THREATENS THREATENSTO
TO EXPOSE TEKERNorth TEERNorth
North N Olth American A Demands DemandsCandidate DelnaudsCandidate DemandsCandidate
i Candidate Quit Race llaeSrcial RaceStccl RaceSpcckl
Spcckl to the Washington WultiBl ln Herald HeraldPhiladelphia HeraldPhUndolphla lTer1dPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Oct 10 10Thc The North NorthAmerican NorthAmertCftn NorthAmerican
American delivered to Senator Sena for 1 > > onroses onroseshouse enroseshouse enreseshouse
house at 10 0 p In a letter stating that ne neIs he heIs heis
Is undoubted master of the organiza organization olga organization lza lzatlon ¬
tion of the Republican party In Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania and that le dictated the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion of John JC C Toner for the office officc of ofgovernor of ofgovernor
governor governorIt
It says that recently It has been en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged In Investigating fraudulent cor corporations corporationsparticulorly ¬
porations pOmtlonsparUculnrly particularly those getrlch getrlchquick gelillch gelillchquick gerIchquick
quick companies that plunder the public publicby publlcb publicby
by b prospectuses pros ctus > s by b deceitful decelttiti false taUe pre pretenses pretenses pretenses
tenses and by b those various arlo s artful rtful de devices deIces dovices ¬
vices Ices > that Mr r Roosevelt Roose Roosev1 li has called calledcrimes calledcrlmos calledcrimes
crimes of cunning cunnln During Durin this inves investigation ImesUgatlon investtation ¬
tigation it has discovered the true char character character character ¬
acter of his candidate for governor governorShould governorShould governorShould
Should John K Tener remain a can candidate candldato candidate ¬
didate for governor It will be the duty dutyof dutyot dutyof
of this journal to lnj la the facts in our ourpossession ourposseaslon ourpossession
possession before the public In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that they the may advisedly advIsodl pass upon his hisfitness histness hisfitness
fitness tness for the high public trust tr trust st to towhich towhichhe which whichhe whichhe
he aspires We have no wish to make makea
a Il sensational publication of the Informa Information informa1tlon a atton ¬
tion tton thtit tht has come to our knowledge knowledgeOur knowledgeOur knowledgeOur
Our duty as a a public Journal is to toprevent topreent toprevent
prevent If possible such it man as John JohnK JohnK JohnK
K Tener from becoming governor of this thisState thisState this5tate
State This can can be accomplished In two twoways twowa twowayseither
ways wa wayseither sefther efther by b your our procuring him to toresign toresign toresign
resign the nomination within wtthfq fortyeight fortyeighthours fortelghthours fortyeighthours
hours or by our exposing his character characterto
to the people and thus securing 5 curlng his de defeat defoat defeat ¬
feat at the polls pollsIt pollsIt pollsIt
It goes on to offer otCerSenator Senator Penrose an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to examine the facts in its itspossession tispossession Itspossession
possession and then allow him to decide decideupon decideupon decideupon
upon his course courseVUlt coursebit courseIMt
VUlt bit Great HnKerstown Pair PairOctober FairOetober PairOctober
October 11 to 14 14Baltimore 14BalUmort 14Baltimore
Baltimore Ohio Tickets for all
trains valid for return until 15th 310
For special train leaving Washington
730 30 a m October 13sreturnlng I3eturnlnglerive leave
Hagerstown 445 p m same day da 230 230round 230round 330rOund
round trip tripFront tripFront tripFront
Front Doors Glazed s100 100 Apiece
Frank FrankLibbey Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave
ROCKVlll CALLS CALLSHALTONELOPERS Ul UllT
HALTONELOPERS HALTONELOPERSWomen lT ON lOPR lOPRVomen
Women Say Hasty Weddings WeddingsAre WeddingsAre WeddingsAre
Are Disgraceful DisgracefulAPPEAL DisglacefliIPPEAL DisgracefulAPPEAL
APPEAL TO THE OLERGY CLERGYLetter OLERGYLetter OLERGYLetter
Letter Signed by Many Mn y Who WhoUrge WhoUrge VllOUrge
Urge Action ActionI1omes ActionHomes I IHomes
Homes Founded Foun ecl by 1 Runaways RunRa Are AreFounded AreFOnntled AreFounded
Founded Upon a Broken Command Commandment Commandnl Commandmeat ¬
meat nl nt Honor Thy Father and Thy ThyMother Thyother ThyMother
Mother other They rhe Declare DeelnreNo No Home HomeCon 1I0meCan HomeCan
Can Prosper that Defies God GodCnn GodCnulle Godinn
Cnn Cnulle e Sorroiv to toRocIvi11c Parents ParentsRoclcville ParentaRocKviIle
Roclcville women slammed the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door in Cupids face fac yesterday terday and andshut andshut andshut
shut down on elopers dopers The village villageis
is to be the Gretna Green no more moreif moreif moreif
if they can help it it They banded to together together together ¬
gether and asked the ministers of ofvarious ofvarious
I
various churches to help them They Theydeclare Theydeclare Theydeclare
declare indiscriminate marriages marriagesare
are an abuse that has amounted to toa toa toa
a reproach upon their town and andcounty andcounty andcounty
county Their action was in the theform theform theform
form of a circular letter letterGUETOA letterGUErA letterGRErNA
GUETOA GHKE MAY JIA Y FALL FALLReferring FALLReterrJn FALLReferring
Referring ReterrJn < < to ihe recont order of the thecounty thecounty theCounty
county clerk prohibiting the Issuance of ofmarriage ormarrIage ofmarriage
marriage licenses after office hours hourswhich llOurswhich hourswhich
which has received favorable comments commentsby commentsby commentsby
by the press and public generally we webeg webeg webeg
beg leave l ave to appeal to ministers of our ourchurches ourchurchotl ourchurches
churches individually indlvldualJ and collectively collective to tosupplement tosupplement tosupplement
supplement the effort tCort of the civil author authorities authorIties authoriti ¬
ities iti to correct an abuse that has hasamounted hasamounted hasamounted
amounted to a reproach upon our town townand townand townand
and county by declining to marry mUr any anyparsons anyptrson anypersons
parsons even when licensed to wed we un unless un1ess unless ¬
less at least one of the parties Is known knownto j jto
to the minister or hi vouched ouch8 for by b a areputable areputable areputabl0
reputable citizen who is personally por onally known knownto knownto knownto
to tho mlniater mlniaterThats mln1 minleterThats ter terThals
Thats the way the letter Jett r starts startsMany startsIany startsMany
Many Iany of these applicants are too toofoung tooYoung too5ouug
Young to ontor such a sacred relation relationIt
It continued while a goodly goodl number ar arflaeing are areaelng ar0fleeing
fleeing aelng from parental authority authorlt hence henceby henceby
by marrying such a homo Is founded foundedupon foundedurion foundedupon I
upon urion abroken commandment vlzj viz JJIono JJIonot JJonorl JJonorlthy JJOnQ JJOnQqty
t thy father and thy mother mother nnd ztndn nd no nq home homeonnijnrogpor homeonn horneoanpopc
onnijnrogpor onn NQ pof that deltas the command commandmont commandomt commandmoat
mont written fittou Jttlfl by the h finger nng r of God GodWe God GodWe Gode
We e are taught by b St Paul Pilul that mar marriage marriage ¬ i iriaJ8
riage is honorable among all men and andthe andthe mdUte
the canone Of r one church teach that It Is Istherefore Istheretore Istherefore
therefore not to be entered into unad unadvi unadvt unadvisedi
vi visedi ediy or lightly but reverently dis discreetly dtscreetly dscreetly ¬
creetly adVisedly and soberly M > berl In the thefear theoar thetear
fear oar of God GodMany GodInu GodMany
Many Inu of Other Kind KindWo KlmlWo KindWe
Wo respectfully submit that a major majority majorfl majorIty ¬
ity fl of the marriages in Rockvillo of those thosenot thosenot thflsenot
not residents of o this county are not of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this character coming at unseasonable unseasonablehours unseasonablohours unseasonablehours
hours and In unseemly haste and in inmany InmAny inmny
many instances causing sorrow and andaltame nndahme andshame
shame to their parents parentsVe parentoWe parentsWe
We Ve beg to call your our attention attention to some somenewspaper somenewspaper somenewspaper
newspaper items which show how fre frejquently frequentl frequently
jquently quentl quently the name of RockvlIIe appears In Inunfivorbale Inunf inunfvorbale
unfivorbale unf vorble mention also that the mat mattor matter mattor
tor was the subject of a bill Introduced Introducedin
in the last legislature and we understand understandthat umerstnndthat uncerstandthat
that similar bills have been presented to tothe tothe tothe
the legislature of other States StatesIf StatesIt StatesIf
If our ministers will assent to this thisappeal thisappeal thisappeal
appeal they will right a wrong and re reeelva recelve
eelva 01 the hearty heart commendation n of their theircongregations theircongregations theircongregations
congregations and a 0 blessing will come cometo comlto cometo
to our community communityCHARGE communityCHA communityCIIAJGE
CHARGE CHA qE OF HAZING HAZINGANNAPOLIS HAZINGrWSANNAPOLIS llAZIGSAAPOLIS
SAAPOLIS SAAPOLISl rWSANNAPOLIS rWSANNAPOLISFottl ANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLISS ANNAPOLISFoUmeijfiMrs
< S 1 1FoflifIeihbjrs
FoUmeijfiMrs Fottl e l rs of ofSenior Senior SelliorClass SelliorClassi Class ClassSpecial Classeg
i eg onrt onrtmartial onrtmartialJwLy martial martialt
JwLy JwLySpecisIY7 t
Special Speci SpecisIY7 iff 4 thCjXvaUitefiton t eA l n nAnnapollar ureiAnnapo1is Hwnld HwnldAnnapolls1
Annapolls1 Md ld Oct I0 10Al I0Althouh Although housh no noInformation noInformatlon noinformation
Information Informatlon can be be gained from official officlalsources officialsources officialsources
sources tho the Naval Academy Aca emy authorities authoritiestonight authoritiestonight authoritiestonight
tonight are confronted with an outbreak outbreakof
of the tim tlmhonorVd honored and objectionable objectionablehazing objectionablehozlng objectionablehazing
hazing custom that flourished fl fiurished urIshcd at the in institution InstItutlQn institution ¬
stitution for years enrs but upon which a aquietus aquletJis aquietus
I quietus quietuswas r was placed a few years ago agofollowing asofollowing agofollowing
following the courtmartial and summary summarydismissal summarydismissal
i dismissal dismissal of a anumber number of midshipmen midshipmenAs
As is generally the case In matters of ofdiscipline otdiscipline ofdiscipline
discipline pending tho outcome of an aninvestigation anInvestigation aninvestigation
investigation which is now in progress progressthe progressthe progressthe
the authorities manifest the keenest retl retlconce retlconCe retiCoflee
conce over the situation but It Is learned learnedfrom learnedfrom learnedfrom
from reliable sources that four midship midshipmen mIdshipmen midshipnien ¬
men are practically under arrest These Theseare Thesearc Theseare
are Jenifer Garnett of Virginia Will Willlam WillIam Willmm
lam mm H OBrien jr and Howard Bode Bodeof BodeotOhlo BodeotOhio
of otOhlo Ohio and J W Anderson of Wash Washington Washington ash ashInston ¬
ington State StateAll StateAU StateAll
All of the midshipmen are members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the first or senior class which makes makesthe makesthe makesthe
the situation even graver lracr ravor than thanit It might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be In the case of lower class men and andIf andIf andif
If the allegations ngnlnst them are sub substantiated substantiated substantiated ¬
stantiated dismissal from the Institu Institution Institution institution ¬
tion will undoubtedly follow followIt toll followIt ow owIt
It is alleged thai tliat the midshipmen gath gathered gatherad gathered ¬
ered a number of plebes or fourth fourthclass tourthclass fourt1class
class men In a room of Bancroft Iall IallSaturda iaI1Saturday all allSaturday
Saturday Saturda night and an the hazing stunts stuntsconsisted stuntsconsisted stuntsconsisted
consisted of having the new recruits recruitswrite recrultRwrite recruitswrite
write love letters to girls and andrecite andrecitepoetiy recite recitepoetrVi recitepoetl
poetrVi poetl poetiy composed by them offhand offhandThe otrhandThe otthandThe
The affair has hascaused has1caused caused no little IIttiestlr stir at atthe atthe atthe
the Academy Academ In view of the ironclad ironcladorder Ironcladorder ironcladorder
order Issued by b Supt Bowyer Bo er a few fewdays tewdas fewdays
days ago warning all midshipmen as to tothe tothe tothe
the regulations of hazing and stating statingthat stntlngthat statingthat
that any students indulging in the prac practice practlc practice ¬
tice tlc would be severely dealt with withDoor with277New withew
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tober 11 12 and nd 13 valid tor or return until
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COLUMBIA COLW1BIHO NO 2 2IS 2ISSil1i WINS WINSSilk
Silk Pennant Awarded Drill DrillKnights Drilliuighfs DrillKnights
Knights at Friendship FriendshipTHRONGATTENBS FriendshipT FriendshipTHRONGAT1ENDS
THRONGATTENBS THRONGATTENBSnofrc T oNGv TrnNDS PtXBROISES PtXBROISESt PtXBROISESflefrc1nnenj R Rf
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Kraiuiue wltli vith Grand Commander CommanderOliur CommnnderOher CoiniiinnderOlcr
Oliur There herc and 3Iu Music lc by h I Ihome Soldier SoldierHome Soldier SoldierHome
Home Blind Dl1utlleunant Pennant Presented PresentedFirst lr ircentudFirst cntUtI cntUtIFirst
First drill honors wore ere carried off by byColumbia byColumbia byColumbia
Columbia Commandery No 2 oat at the thoKnights theKnights theKnights
Knights Tentp Te Tansims f irc 1I fleld day da which was wascelebrated wascolebratod wascelebrated
celebrated yesterday at Pgendehip P endliihlp the thecountry thecountr thecountry
countr country seat of John R McLean Four Fourother Fourother Fourother
other commanderies competed Colum Columbia Columbia Columhis ¬
bia No 3 attained a percentage of ofS3 otS
S3 S Washington ashlnton No No1 1 made 80 80Field 8DFjeld SDField
Field Judges Jucll Col D V Chiaholm MdJ MdJT MjT hfj hfjT
T B Walker an < er and MaJVWallach MAJ VaUach Mc McCathran MeCathrnn McCathran
Cathran inspected I tcd each commandery be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning with the Potomac at 1 oclock oclockthe oclockthe ocleokthe
the Orient Washington and Columbia Columbiafollowing Columbiafollowlng Columbiafollowing
following in order The De Molay MolayMounted MolayMounted olny olnylountet1
Mounted Commandery was not included includedin
in the Inspection as it did not arrive In Intime Intime Intime
time
Silk Pennant Is Presented PresentedA Presentedsilk PrcsenteA
A silk pennant p nant we wu presented the win winnlng winnlng winning
nlng commandory and will be retained retainedurrtll rotanGduntil retaineduntil
until the next nexteompetttlve Competitive 0111t Ut1o drill Orient OrientCommandory OrIontCommandotY OrientCommandory
Commandory No 5 won the pennant pennantlast pennantlast pennantlast
last year yearGrand yearGrand yearGrand
Grand Commander George Gcor C Ober pre presented presented proaented ¬
sented the Potomac Commandory Commnndor No No3 No3with 3 3with 3with
with a solid silver loving cup on behalf behalfof behallor behalfof
of the Grand Commandory Commandor for having havingthe havingthe havingthe
the largest larg i1t percentage of its resident residentmembers residentmembers residentmembers
members prosent in full Templar uni uniform un uniform I Ifonn ¬
form as prescribed pr rlbed by the Grand Com Commandery Commnndery Commandery ¬
mandery manderyOne mnnderyOne manderyOne
One of the prettiest sights of 01 the day daywas dnywas daythe
was the dress parade p I8de which was held heldat heldat heldat
at 4 oclock Preceded by b the Soldiers SoldiersHome SoldiersHomo SoldiersHome
Home Band the Grand Commandery Commander and andthe andthe andthe
the rtve local commanderies marched marchedthree marchedthree marchedthree
three times thn around the parade grounds groundstheir groundstheir groundstheir
their striklntr strikii uniforms and the blare of oftho ofthe ofthe
the horns giving a medieval effect to tothe tothe tothe
the scene In the background beautiful beautifulgardens bonutlfulgardens beautifulgardens
gardens with their fountains and statuary statuarycarried st Statuarycarried tuar tuarcarried
carried out the effect effectArrangements etCeetArrullGemellt effectitrraiigcnieiits
Arrangements Committee CommitteePreparations CommItteePreparations CoiiiinltteePreparations
Preparations for the care of the Knights Knightsand Knightsand Knightsand
and their guests were In charge of John JohnH JohnH JohnH
H Small Jr who was assisted by bynumerous bynumerous bynumerous
numerous numerous knights knights detailed for that pur purpose purposc purpose ¬
pose Grand Captain General Henry Henr K KSirnpson J JSimpson KSiiipson
Simpson assisted by b Adjutant General GeneralJoseph GenemlJoseph GeneralJoseph
Joseph G Stelle SteU had charge of the in inspection Inspection inspection ¬
spection drills and dress parade Every Everybody Eor Eorbody Everybody ¬
body worked to mako Camp William T TGalliher TGalliher TGalliher
Galliher one to be remembered rememberedAbout rememberedAbout remntheredAbout
About the quadrangle chosen for the theparade theparade theparade
parade grounds were gathered the tents tentsof tOntsJ bntsI
I of the commnnderics commnn erlos each bearing bril brilliant brllllant hriiIlant ¬
liant and distinctive banners In the rear rearI rcarthe rearthe
I the aroma of coffee attracted attrrtc ed many man to tothe tothe tothe
the refreshment tents for while the day daywas dayJas dayas
Jas was as bright there was an n autumn chill In Inthe Inthe inthe
the air which whlc made the hot coffee doubly doublyappetizing doublyappetizing doublyappetizing
appetizing appetizingBetween appetizingBetween appetizingBetween
Between tlincs the interest of the crowd crowdturned crowdturned crowdturned
turned to Mr Ir McLeans residence residencethe resIdencetoe residencethe
the lower floor being open to the visitors visitorsThe vIsItorsTho visitorsThe
The women especially delighted In ex examining examlnlug cxaminiug ¬
amining the exceptional ex eptlonnl furnishings of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and In wandering through the theI theItalian theItalian
I Italian gardens and fields of flowers be beyond beond beyond ¬
yond ond
Fountain and Hand nm1 Music MusicThe MusicThe usle usleThe
The drills and Inspections of the day daysaid da dasaid daysaid
said Grand Commander Obor are design designed designed designed ¬
ed to promote the esprit de crops of ofTemplary ofTemplnry ofTemplary
Templary and stimulate a noble conten contention contention contention ¬
tion serving the dual purpose of increas increasing IncreasIng increasIng ¬
ing the proficiency of the several com comCO comGO cornzo
CO Cents to Laurel J nutei Md and Return ReturnBaltimora ReturnBalUmor ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio account Four FourCounty FourCountr FourCounty
County Fair Tickets good only onl day dayof dn dnat dayof
of issue October 10 to 14 Splendid Splendidtrain SplendidtraIn Splendidtrain
train traInlalr trainlaira
Pairs lalr of No fl 1 Blinds B1lnd for forFrank 3123
Frank Ub Libey ey Co 6th th N Y Ave
manclories in drill and tactics and Instill Instilling hwUUIng instilllog ¬
ing a proper PrQIMIK pride In tho Templar TCHlpl r uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form formOf formOfficers 1 1Officers
Officers Of eers of the commanderles repre represented represented reproseated ¬
sented In the exercises follow followGrand tetlowGraad followGrand
Grand CoraaMfl4rryG Command CcmaanderyGecre < Oo rfe O Ober R E pnd pndrtomiumlcr 8C1 8C11Mier sdido
rtomiumlcr 1Mier Henry K Stanpena B gr IBM d aeteia aeteia5eMfl QCItabtI cotslsgeenl
5eMfl I Char chTks T r Linda LbwI6tr H IL grand ER senior 5 seeie I Or war wardec Weld wardee
dec d J 3 ItaiteU Verbr Y Verbtyeke < < 1JrJeH K L BCM sM wfcte te Gtttse GtttseOlbsen OearweOIbseIa GeiaisOltsss
Olbsen K 1 piad tmwrer t Mlr Ante W Johantnn Johantnncrawl J JIt Jolsusteeit
It crawl n1Ml iworter ree rd < < Lm LtRlI Tfeww Tur flrs Jr E Eani cr grasd ttad ttadud sedant
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JOHpb JoM h P I Stepbmao 8trvQ captain amoral amoraloinathM aaMiralColnmhU L LoInahia
ColnmhU Commaihlrr No o ChariM A Stewart StewarteoaaMander Stennnd Stewarteomnder
eoaaMander nd r J Frank Tnoatv janmlla I IlnIak ammpaMao ammpaMaoPrauk iio iioRrank
Rrank K Undrnrral r captain unreaL nixraLUotoMC IIDfALlooe unreaLIoiaaac
UotoMC ConoMMkiy N t r 3Wifla WiDiaat H Hurl Hanitoo Hurl101I llarzlmu
too eoHUMBdrr r MontfoaMry livntar n Beimalii geeaIos geeaIoscharles Ilin IlinCbatI a M MOtatit >
charles L 1 Pate restate unreal gentralDe ancralDeo unrealDo
De Malay lola JtouMM OoaaiBaBterr ecmae er1 N < v 4AVtOtaai 4AVtOtaaiHan 4VDa 4VDaJlan Wiliku Wilikuhart
Han Dwtvr coomutntlcr Carl K Htnfilotf Baoanl Baoanliashno eDln1 oozIlashno
iashno 0 Kuerae ugrne E Th nIaDoo Mwco eartain geotnU geotnUOrient r oeraL eersuIOrient I IOrieat
Orient Cowwawtery C Comsmwd No io o 5Keatoa KmUm X Harper HarpereraniMDdcr UUIfTcnwaaoda Harserauunsnda
eraniMDdcr Din W B lIei ci > jr ecocrtltiataio ecocrtltiataioJc r rJC eeuflMimoJteqh
Jteqh Jc qIb 4i O Std captain gwxral gwxralSTRIKE IfJDftJSTRIKE mreal mrealSTRIKE
STRIKE WILL ILL TIE UP UPALL UPALL UPALL
ALL FRENCH ROADS ROADSThousands ROADSfhousallds ROADSThousands
Thousands of Employes EJnplo rcs Quit QuitWithout QuitVithout QuitWithout
Without Warning WarningParis Varllin VarllinParIs
Paris Oct 11 ItThe The employes of the theNorthern theNorUJ theNorthdrn
Northern NorUJ rn France Railway have suddenly suddenlystruck Mld suddenlystruck enly enlystruck
struck and the whole system Is at a astandstill astandstill astandstill
standstill The order to strike was issued issuedlato lMued11to issuedlate
late at night after a meeting of the therailway therftllw therailway
railway rftllw y mens mOlts committee and at mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night the staff stopped work without withoutgiving withoutgiving withoutgiving
giving any nn warning warningThe warningThe warningThe
The public was taken wholly unawares unawaresand unawarosand unawaresand
and thousands were prevented from fromstarting fromstarting fromstarting
starting on intended journeys Shortly Shortlyafter Shortlyaftcr Shortlyafter
after midnight mldnl ht the station doors were wereclosed weroclosed wereclosed
closed and mounted and foot soldiers soldierswere BftJdlerswere soldierswere
were hurried to occupy the deserted ata atatlons stations ta tatlons
tlons tlonsTroops tlonsTroops tionsTroops
Troops were posted along the lines Un l to toguard tosuqrd togurd
guard the t e locomotives and the coal de depots depots tiepots ¬
pots The military governor overRor of Paris Par and andthe andthe andthe
the prefect of police were summoned by byPremier byP byPremier
Premier P ler Brinnd to t discuss the measure measureto meuurtMito
to be taken takenThe takenThe takenTue
The strike is partly part y the result of the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal men demanding an increase Increa e in wages wagesfrom wnesfront e efrom
from CO cents to 1 a day From MMO to to5o to500o
50300 5o men are Involve I ODI 1 and if the th strike strikebecomes strikelleeomes strikeliecomes
becomes general as it U feared it will
300000 employes will be 6 Idle IdleThe ldlaThe IdleThe
The telegraph lines wore cut near nearAmiens noarmlens nearAniiens
Amiens mlens during the night It la reported reportedthat repQrt repQrtthat repertdthat
that an express e eipreaz pr6as train was stopped stoppe < l near nearVervins n nearVervins l lYenins
Vervins by the rails being torn up upDAILY upI upDAILY upDAILY
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Tho AVnshinKton n blnton Herald In to todnyVi todny 10dny
dnyVi dny Issue seventh page pn e in inaugurates Innugurntes inaugurates ¬
augurates n new department de devoted etcotoe1 Ic Icvoted ¬
voted otoe1 to shopping hoppln news In it ittrill itrlil
trill rlil 111 be found timely tlm notes of ofintervxt ofInter ofinterest
interest Inter JIt to nil render rentlermen men n nwell nnel1 as aswell
well an women omeu It In in charge chargeof chnreof chargeof
of Dorothy Avery Ael Howard nn nnauthority nnauthoJlty anauthority
authority on shopping who has hasdevoted balldeottd hasdevoted
devoted much time to the prob probleniit problemll problcni
leniit lcni of merchandise and whose whosecpceial whiosespecial bolle bollepeelal
special vocation now nm Is io keep in incloie Inclo1e incioic
cloie touch with the Washington AVaHhlngtonstores Washingtonstores aHhlnton aHhlntontoru
stores and tell the public brlelly brlellyabout brlllIyn brieflyaout
about n ut the novelties ottered Her Hercomments HerCOmmtnts 11crconiments
comments may be relied 1Ietl upon In Inevery Ineery inevery
every detail Nothing in the way wayof 1m 1mof wayof
of paid advertising ndvtrtlsln note will willappear willappear 111 111nJllar
appear In Otis department but butnilvlcc Imtntllee lintadsice
nilvlcc will he given freely upon uponrequest uponrequet iponrequest
request to The Washington Her Herald lIernhI Itemaid ¬
aid readers with Ub the names of ofthe ofI ofthe
the shops hop to which references are aremade nremnde aremade
I made from day dn to day dayInquiries tlayInflulrles lay1nquirie
Inquiries by mall on shopping shoppingsubjects shopp1ngaubJeets shoppingsubjects
subjects addressed to Dorothy DorothyAvery DorotbyA DorothyAvery
Avery A er3 Howard this office will willbe 1111l willtce
be l tce e answered promptly promptlyPretty prompt17Prett promptlyi promptlyPretty
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Frank FrnnkLlbbcy Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave
COMMANDER or orWASHINGTON 1 1WMHlNGTON
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TAFTS DRAINAGE DRAINAGEVIEWS DRAINAGEVIES i imm
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Col Roosevelt Takes Issue Issuewith Issuewith fssu fssuwith
with the President PresidentARKANSAS PresidentARKANSAS PrezidentARKANSAS
ARKANSAS PAYS ITS TRIBUTE TRIBUTEjTonc TRmUTEO
jTonc Fo O I of former ormer President predde P t Bring BringHim Dringc
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JpnlIltoWouch Him InCo IsttpToueh Touch with ith Democrat DemocratWho Deyio Dezionts rRt
Who 110 Are Al as Enthusiastic en a Were Werethe ere ereth
the th InisnrRcnirt ill the West PcatlIcnty WcatPlcntyof PcatlIcntyof Plenty Plentyof
of 1U12 101 Uoasip oasip Is Heard HeardHot lIcordHot heardHot
Hot Springs Ark Oct H 1tThe The march marchof marchoC marcitof
of progress led by Mr Roteevejt ROfIIi oIt hit Its Usstride Itsatrlde itsstride
stride today toda Arkansas offered tribute tributeupon tributeupon tributeupon
upon tribute to the colonel and kept up upa upa upa
a hurrah that lasted Jastedfrom from the moment momenth momontbe momenthe
h be arrived early In the morning until untilhe untfthe untilhe
he left late this afternoon afternoonCol afternoonCot afternoonCol
Col Reoe Roosevelt velt got an ovation that has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not b been n surpassed In any an State that he heha hebu hehee
ha bu visited The sentiment of the crowd crowdwas croo croowas crowdwas
was for him Democrats except Senator SenatorJeff SenatorJetf SenatorJeff
Jeff Davis who sat on the platform platformcheered plttormcheered platformcheered
cheered him as s loudly as did the Re Republlcan Republkana Repubhicans
publlcan of the State Gov Go Haskell of ofOklahoma ofOklahoma ofOklahoma
Oklahoma declined to attend attendThere attendTbere attendThere
There was only one thing in Mr Roose Roosevelts Roosevelts Romevolts ¬
velts speech here today toda that stood stoodoat stoodout stoodout
out as a direct lrect political reference rerer nce At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the suggestion of several seve sever1 Arkanaans Ark ns he hetouched Motouched hetouched
touched upon the subject of drainage drainageof I IC iof
of C th the swamp lands of this and neigh neighboring neighboring ¬
boring borin States lie H placed hlmseltagalnst hlmseltagalnstth hlmaelC himself ralnst ralnstthe gainstthe
th the suggestions offered by President Taft Taftat Taftat Taftat
at St Paul on Labor I Day > ay when he de declared declared tieclaret ¬
clared that government dlU diust rju > > t act in this thismatt thismatter thismattes
matt matter r Instead of the individual lnal States StatesMr Stateslr StatesMr
Mr lr Taft thought that the States should shouldtako shoeldtako shooldtake
tako care of their own drainage probr probrleme probcleIIY prohleans
leans This interested the folks of this thisregion thisreclon thisregion
region t tSwnnuiH
SwnnuiH Must InCt Be Drnliieil DrnliieilThere Drnlne1Thero DrninclThere
There are two things about the open opencountry oponMunlr opencountry
country Munlr that tha t should be don dontr > by b the gov government governosent ¬
ernment said the colonel That is by bythe b btbe bthe
the representatives r pl8e latlve of all of us working workingtogether workingelher workingtogether
together elher Arkansas Jrkansasls is one of that group groupof groupof groupof
of States with an enormous area of ofswamp orliwah1p ofswamp
swamp lands Until drained that land is isworthies Isworthle isworthless
worthies and when hen drained it will be a aMock ablock ablock <
block of the most fertile land in the en entire entlrl entire ¬
tire nation nationTho naUonTIle nationThe
TIle national government must m st do its itspart Itsput itspart
part in helping in the drainage because becausedrainage bocmusedraInage becausedrainage
drainage Is an interstate affair Arkan Arkansas Arkansa Arkansat ¬
sat sa Missouri Mi ourl Tennessee Louisiana and andMississippi andMississippi
I I6Millutppl
Mississippi 6Millutppl are all conccrnedand concernoo nnd therna thernaUonal the M MtJonsl antional
Uonal government government should render all pos possible peesibla ¬ I Isible
sible legitimate aid aidThere aldThero aidThere
There are about 7000000 acres In Ar Arkansas Arkansas Arkans8s ¬
kansas and the problem of f drainage of ofthese oftho ofthese
these lands Is one of the most important importantphases Importantphases importantphases
phases of the conservation problems from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Arkansas standpoint There is some something sornethin something ¬
thing thin of a fight going on here because becausethey bceausethey becausethey
they fear that If Missouri lssourl draws off of the thewater thewater thewater
water from Its swamps Arkansas will be beflooded beflooded beflooded
flooded to a 0 damaging extent Tliere Ti re is isthe I Itho Isthe
the same feeling In the bher other States The Thecrowd Thecrowd I Icrowd
crowd here appeared to take t ke kindly kind to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Roosevelts suggestion He htul htultouched 11u1touched lmdtouched
touched upon it In his St Paul speech speechbut speeehbut speechbut
but did not make definite d tlnlte application of oftho oftho ofthe
tho proposition propositionA propositionPcrsonl11
A Personal Triumph TrlnjuphAside TriumphAside TriumphAside
Aside from this one point the colonel colonelreached colonelreached colonelreached
reached nothing except his new national nationalIsm nationalIsm nationalism
Ism today He hammered away awn on that thatscore thatscore thatscore
score with his customary vehemence vehemen But Butmost Butmost Butmost
most of his time was taken up with enr enrtertalnment en entertainment entertainmont
tertalnment of various sorts His visft visftto vIsttto vist vistto
to Hot SprIng was vas a visit of personal personaltriumph personaltriumph personaltriumph
triumph The governor soorn r of the State a aDemocrat aDemocrat aDemocrat
Democrat paid such a long ong tribute to him himthat himthat himthat
that he stole most of the colonels colonelsthundor colonelsthundor colonelsthunder
thundor thundorThe thundorThe thunderThe
The day was considered significant by bythose b bthose bythose
those who have watched Mr Roosevelt Roosevslton
on his travels sine1 sine > his return to this thiscountry lhlscountn thiscountry
country from Africa It wag aa significant significantbecause slgnlttcnntbecause significantbecause
because it itindicated Indicated that Roosevelt Is a agreat agreat agreat
great figure In the South and Southwest SouthwestContinued Southw SouthwestContinued St StContlnuel
Continued on o Pngt 0 Column 3 3BlncUIntouea 3Innt 3hhlncklsl
BlncUIntouea Innt hhlncklsl klt uelI Special X2 2 Spray
is very beautiful Order it 14th 8 H HMoldinsrn H1oldln HMoldings
Moldings 1oldln No 1 for 1 J Cent C < nt n Fpot FpotFrank FjotFrank PRofFrank
Frank Ubbey Libbe Co 6th th N Y Ave AveI
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fORE FOREST T FIRE T TAKES TAKESOVER K KVE
OVER VE 800 VICTIM 1CT1MSResidents
Residents Flee Towns in the theThreatened theThreatened theThreatened
Threatened District DistrictTHOUSANDS DistrictTHOUSANDS c
THOUSANDS HOMELESS HOMELESSEelicf HOMELESSRelief HOMELESSRelief
Relief Train Saves Inhabitants Inhabitantsof
of Entire Village VillageUnlner VillageRainey
Unlner RIver Where 3000 3Q Refugee netugc
Are Quartered Surrounded Ii IiFlame by byFlames
Flames Which bleh Are Subdued After AfterHard AfterBnrel AfterHard
Hard Fight by Organized Volun Volunteers VolunteerBLos VolunleersLoss ¬
teers teerBLos Loss to Property Xow Xo ow Esti Estimated Estimated Estimated ¬
mated at Over Oefo Ove 100000000RAVAGES 1OOOOOOOORAVAGES 100000000 OOOOOJOOOC OOOOOJOOORAVAGES
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RAVAGES OF FOREST FIRES FIRESTown FIRESTonus FIRESTowns
Town and village burned burnedBeuudctie burnedBcaudettc burnedBcuudciie
Beuudctie Spooner Rooscvclti RooscvcltiLongwortb RoolicTeltLong1ortb ItuoscvcltLongnortb
Longwortb Swift P1V PItt Zlpple ZlppleSolar ZlppleSolar ZippleSolar
Solar Cedar Spur drnvel Pit PitSpur Pi PiSpur PitSpur
Spur Graccton and Ensle EnslePartly EnlePartly EnglePartly
Partly hurned bumedRalney Knlney River RiverWarroad RlvpzVftrroad RivexWarroed
Warroad Sprague International InternationalFalls InhrnatlonnlFulls InternationalFalls
Falls and Pineivood PineivoodIn
In danger dangerStratton Stratton and Fort FortFrancis FOrtFranda FortPrnncis
Francis FrancisPopulation FrandaPopulntion PrnncisPopulation
Population of area burned burnedOver burnedOcr burnedOver =
Over J2000 J2000Estimated pOOOEstimated 2OOO 2OOOEstimated
Estimated dead dendEJght Eight hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred dredBodies dredDodlea dredBedim
Bodies recovered recoveredNearly Xearly eorl 200 200Homeless 00 001I0meleasFhc 00homelessFive
Homeless 1I0meleasFhc Five thousand thousandProperty thou thousandProperty and andFroverty
Property loss JOBsOver Over S100000 100000
000 000Rainey 000t 000Rainey
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Rainey River Ont Oct M 1iFivo Fivo thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand people today thought they tft would wouldnever wouldnever wotddncer
never see another an ther sun rile They were werethe worethe are arethe
the 2000 residents of this town and the t the3OO3 e
3003 or more refugees quartered here
At 2 oclock the wind sprang up and andwith andwith andwith
with a suddenness sudd ftne s which was appalling appaHingthe appallingthe appallingthe
the town started to burn in a deran deranormore d2 daseaor ft ftor
ormore or more more places at once The man man now neworganized noworganized noworganized
organized rushed to the flames but the thovelocity thevelocity o ooloclty
velocity of the wind Increased and their theirqfforts theirtorts theirtforts
qfforts torts even with tho recently Installed Installedhigh 1nstaHedhigh installedhigh
high pressure water system proved o ono 01 01no of ofno
no avail Then with the same sudden suddenness B11ddenness suddenness ¬
ness with itb which it had h Hsn the wind winddropped winddrap winddropled
dropped drap ed to a cahnte cairnfujate cairn calmesLate
fujate esLate te this aljrhqQS rh < Dte f wInd r resq resqaJflln rootrapain str stragain
again breaking into timber TaJt belts which whichhad wJtlchhad whichhad
had previously escaped and even vaa eA burn burnIng bUrning burnlag
Ing over the land which had been rav ravished ravIshril raYishntl ¬
ished by the flames ams during the past few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days Tonight there bare < are fully 500 500square 5030square eoo eoosquare
square miles of timber on lire if not notlarger a 8larger alarger
larger area and reports of the finding findingof
of bodies are being received every few lewminutes fewmInutes fewminutes
minutes
Death List Noir Nos o SOO SOOThe SOOThe soeThe
The dead will number 803 a is the g gn gneral gsaoral n neral
eral belief but General Superintendent SuperintendentCameron SupertntelMlentCameron SuperintendentCameron
Cameron of the Canadian Northern NorthernRailway NorUlemRailway NorthernRaiIway
Railway who has spent three days in the thedistricts thedistricts thedistricts
districts on fire says the estimate Is far fartoo tartoo fartoo
too conservative In support of this thisstatement thisstatement thIsstatement
statement Is the fact that so far no sys systematic sygtematlc systematic ¬
tematic search has been made for bodies bodiesalthough bod bodalthougb bodiesalthough
although there are more than 10 Jro bodies bodiesat bodl bodlat bodiesat
at tho morgue at Beaudette and they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have been taken from the vicinity of that thattown thattown thattown
town townThree townThrftJ townThree
Three days ago fire burned over 6r the thethicklysettled thetblekhsctted thethicklysettled
thicklysettled district between bore b l and andStratton andStratton andStratton
Stratton but so far only a handful baJMit of ofrefugees orrttugo95 ofrefugees
refugees have arrived from rem there and andthe anlthe andthe
the others cannot be heard of in aay aayof aayof anyof
of the other towns to which people fled fledfor nedtor fledfor
for safety safetyEntire setetrEntire safetyEntire
Entire Village Ylnn e Destroyed DestroyedWarroad De DestroyedWarroad troed troedWarroad
Warroad Minn Oct Mk 1ITbe The vBtaga of ofZolal otZolal ofZolal
Zolal burned late this afternoon and Its Its36o ItsJ its1o
36o J O people arrived here in a relief train trainwith tralnwith trainwith
with nothing more in their possession poscawtonthan po8elillliDnthan possessionthan
than the things thai stood up in They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are being cared for by b the other refu refugees refugees rofugoes ¬
gees adding to tho already crowded con condition eonclition condition ¬
dition of the town AH the refugees are arepenniless arepenntleas arepennh1es
penniless Relief must be furnished furnishedimmediately fumltlhedImmedlatel furnishedimmediately
immediately A food famine appears In Inevitable inovltable inevitable ¬
evitable evitableRemly ovltableRently evitableReatly
Remly to Flee Fort Francis FrancisFort FrnnclllFort FrancisFort
Fort Francis Ont Oct M ItEer DZvery Every one eeis oneIs oneis
is ready reAd to leave International Falls at a amoments amoment amoments
moments notice The fires have b been beenbtlng beenbting en enbiding
biding btlng around the town for the past pasttwenty pasttwenttour pasttwentyfour
twenty twenttour > four hours Mayor Iaor Berg has tele telegraphed tleSrophed tel telgraphed ¬
graphed for assistance asslst e This town Is Isin 18In isin
in consldrable danger d npr and if U OM ftrec ftrecget Ar Arget res resget
get much nearer n rer the people will leaveFlame leave leaveFinnic eave eaveFlnme
Flame Threaten Vnrro ParroRtl VnrmoadSprague ParroRtlSpraGCe l lj
j Sprague Man Oct 10 ItFires Fires are on all allskies allskIes allsides
skies of Warroad and in dose proximity proximityto
to the nearest buildings A Great North Northern Xthern Northera
ern train is drawn up there and the thei thep thepople
i people p opla are preparing to leave at a mo moments moments mcmeats ¬
ments notice noticeThe noUceThe noticeThe
The Winnipeg Wlnnlpog fire department is here herefighting hereftaUng herefighting
fighting ftaUng off the flames as they oaten oatentho OIltchthe tcb tcbthe
the outlying buildings All business bu8tMUplaces businessplaces businessplaces
places and schools have been closed closedthroughout clesedtJlfoughout closedthroughout
throughout the day dayAVinnipeif dIL dILInnlleg dayWinnipeg
Winnipeg Innlleg to Send Aid AidWinnipeg AttlWlnnlpog AidWinnipeg
Winnipeg Oct 1 1tMayor Mayor Brans has hasreceived hasl8CelvO hasreceived
received l8CelvO an appeal for assistance a slstaneo from fromseveral fromseveral rom romseveral
several of the towns and is arranging arrangingto arraa ng ngto
to at once send fowl QOl and nd clothing to tA the thedestitute tbedCiiUlUtO thedestitute
destitute The Ogilvlo Milting Imln Company Companywill COIftINUlYwill Companywill
will also donate a carload of flour and andothor andothortowno andother
other othortowno towns In Western OfItern Canada are to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night preparing to solid solM assistance in invarious Invarious invarious
various forms formsUndies formsDodlell formsBodies
Bodies Plied In Heap HeapC IIenpH Heapo
C o H Land a passenger pauenger who arrived arrlredthis arrtYedthis arrivedthis
this morning said the condition were werefrightful worefrightful 1QJ 1QJfrightful
frightful In one place near Beaadatte Beaadattehe
he saw eighteen bodies piled in a heap heapOthers heopOthers heapOthers
Others ho saw crawling on their hands handsand bt1ndsand handsand
and knees In the ditches to escape esca the theterrible thetorrlble theterrible
terrible heat heatMrs heatIrs heaLMrs
Mrs Irs Parsons of Warroad arrORd arrived on onthe onthe onthe
the train from Duluth this th afternoon afternoonaccompanied afternoona afternoonadcompaniod
accompanied a by her small son SG and all allthat aUthat allthat
that remained of her belongings were in ina Ina ina
a small suit quit case Sho said saidnight sldTwo saidTwo
Two train loads left Warroad last lastnight lastnight
night after midnight but we do not notknow notknow notknow
know whether thsy tllc reached a ft place of ofsafety orsaiety ofsafety
safety or not not We e have heard nothing nothingof
of them themFrank themColonlnl themColonial
Colonial Columns 2u0 tleee tleeeFrankLlbbey pieceirank
Frank FrankLlbbey Libbey Co COa 6th N Y Ave

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