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THE DAILY PREM la 1
only newspaper published
Newport Newa that receives I
full news service of the As
cm tec Press.
VOL. XV. NO. 282.
OF
Politicians Trying to Crowd
Into Few Days ?Vork
of Months.
IRISH UNIONISTS SEND
MESSAGF OF DEFIANCE
Mr. Balfour Publicly Warned While
Speaking, That If Irish Parliament
Is Set Up Its Authority Will Not be
Recognized?"Dance to Tune of
American Paymaster."
-
? - I
(By Associated Preast
LONDON. Nov. 29 ?The iwliiieians!
of hX parties are straining every j
nerve to crowd Into a few days the!
work which in ordinary elections is;
spread over weeks or months. Near-j
!y all the heavy guns were in sctloti;
tonight. Arthur J, Balfour. leader of;
the opposition in the hom e of com-j
mons, before a big meeting in Albert j
Hall, where he warmly supported the'
referendum, described the govern-j
meat as puppets dancing to the tune
of John Redmond and his American j
paymasters.
The prime minister. Mr. Agquith,|
spoke at Reading. Chancellor Lloyd- j
George at Cardiff; John K. Redmond, j
leader of the Nationalist*., at Dublin; !
Winston Spencer Churchill, home sec- j
retary. at Colchester; AugtisRne Bir-'
Tell, chief secretary for Ireland, at j
Bristol; John Burns, president of the!
local government board, ai Batersea.
and Austen Chamberlain, at Asbton. I
lasues Are Narrowing.
The issues are narrow!in: daily.
The Conservatives made much of
home rule. They proclaim 'hat the
ptai of the Liberals for the reform
of the house of lords means a single
chamber government and put to the
front their new policy of referendum.
There 13 great fever among the
Liberals, a feature being the Hidden
reforming scheme on the part of the
lords, who claim that the Ijindsdowne
scheme is a snare that, the parties
would be unequally yoked together
under it, that Conservative measures;
would always sail smoothly through!
the house of lords, while tb,e refer-j
estShani would be invoked only for
Liberals' bills which were distasteful;
to the peers. Moreover they estimate
the cost r.' each appeal io the people
as lio.ooo.nnii.
Tariff Reform.
An interesting factional cleavage
leg* occurred in Balfour s party over i
tariff reform. The Spectator, which)
is the spokesman of the I'nionisis.
free traders, has proi?oscd that the,
tariff reformers pledge themselves to;
submit the question to a referendum.;
if the !*ar(y winr. it not being a lead-;
ing issue of the campaign.
Mr. Bal.'our tonight announced his |
willingness to leave it to a referee.
d im. In the meantime, the leaders
are making every apical to what in )
the United States would tic called the)
independent vote, believing that i: j
controls the issue.
The Irish Unionists sent to Mr
Balfour s meeting a message of defi-,
ar.ee to home rulers, and deputations]
from the Non-conformist I'niou'-t A
so< iation of England and Nt minis
egfl of non-Episcopal churches in Ire?
land, hive addressed Mr. Balfour in
opposition to home rule
Home Rule Opposed.
The n ading of the message srom j
lite Irish Unionists at Albert Hall
..!'..?! much enthusiasm.
"In all solemnity." said the mes
:agP. -we now declare that home rule
will bring Ireland not peace hut the
sword If an Irish parliament is set
up the Unionists of the south, allied
with he men of Ulster, wiii not
acknowledge its authority. They will
neither ohey Its decrees oor pny It
taxes." . . 4 _ , I
Mr Balfour pronounc ed strongly in |
favor of the referendom as the best
method of settling deadlocks between
the 'wo bouses without requiring the
reform of the house of lords and It
<rmld be carried Into effect before the
hewe of lords was reformed This
he d~ tared to be Lnnadownea plan
The cost of a referendum, he said.
woeM he nearer l1.eAA.ge? than the)
e?iln?atrs of the Uhecalx $l?.*m>.'m?
?Hon t trust the peppeta who an
performing their pert, on the Mage
ahnwM Mr. Balfoer Don t
tenet the Irish wlrr puller 1W I
trwst :he American paymaster who
call* for a tone Trust alone the
smitwl Judgment and *nU*h'*m*J*'
, riot ism of the people of this roon
,rj. H H caverns, who was s mei
bwr ef rsxrlaegeeee far
riskss of Lamheth. m^9^jm?m?
wee e lone "me a resident of
kas h^-rme taw Lfheral candidate in
,be ??w r^ostit-eWv ngainst David
mm Dalxefl. U el na I St. aece a rar
desst of New Term
Ix?rd Jotoev. warn was erosled
9e*r lr the UweesAw ha- msiiiilii
?N Aefectiow frees %nt gertv bee.
of Its faahsre te seewese for tee *
fonse .>r the country and for its alii
anjp uiih the Socialists, it in aald
thai several other Liberal |iet rs are
tending in the tame direction.
Winston .Churchill Jeered.
COLCHESTER. ENG.. Nov. 29.?
Riotous scenes sttended the appear?
ance here tonight of Winston Spencer
Churchill, the home secretary. Thou?
sands congregated in the streets. Jeer?
ing and shouting.
Many of them gathered around Mr
Churchill's carriage at which they
threw fish, egg! and oilier missiles.
Many of the windows of the Liberal
headq larter* were smashed. A large
(traft of police was sent out lo patrol
the streots, fearing counter demon?
strations
negro hod shot '
10 death by posse
Fugitive Had KHIed Negro
Woman and Wounded Four
Other Persons.
i By A ?..-...t..i Prca*)
NORFOLK. VA.. Nov. Mat k j
Neal. a negro fiend who shut one par
son to death and wounded four others j
tonight, according to a long distance!
message from Waverly, the scene of
the shooting, thirty-, ix miles west of
Suffolk, was riddled with bullets by
a poaae that surrounded tlie negro in
a cabin in Sussex county tonight.
Neal began his deadly work last
night, wjien he fired eleven times
threusb a window of a house occu?
pied by Anna and Etta Johnson, kill?
ing the form et* ami badly wounding
the latter, and Paul Brown., who was
in the house at the time.
Today, while biding from ihe posse.
Neal fired upon Leslie and Shooks.
Jackson. -boys on their way to work,
who have no known connection with
the victims of last night's tragedy.
Both were badly hurl. No 4 shot and
a gun. believed to have been stolen
from Dendron. Va., were used. The
ambush attack on the boys was un?
provoked.
Standard Oil Men Arrested.
(By Associated Press>
RALEIGH. N. C. Nov. 29 - War
ggews ol arrest were served today on j
local representatives of the Standard
Oil Company alleging violations of
the North Carolina antbtrust law. The
prcsrciition was instituted by City At- j
torney Walter Clark, Jr., a sen of,
Jus i'-e Clark, of the State Supreme
court -
ghina is mm
Proposed Fifty Million Dollar
Loan May Fall Through.
JEALOUS OF FOREIGNERS
Proposition, to Give Outside Financial
Group Control of Currency Reform
Looked Upon as Further Encroach?
ment Upon Nation's Integrity.
(By Associated i'ress)
PEKIN. Nov. I?.? Serious doubt
iha? toe prejected loan of I.V'.'mmi.imiu
to China by an American financial
syndicate wll be finally concluded is
expressed in Pekin. Numerous diffi- i
catties have arisen, among them being ;
the unwillingness of China to accept j
fon i a n financial advice. Without ,
such control it is said that the pro? |
moten? arc unwilling to proceed.
The* present is recognised as s cm-1
< ial period in the hialory of China. If i
borrowed millions are squandered any
calamity will be ,?.- tin. rven a revo?
lution snd the parTRloa of the em?
pire
Jealou* o* Foreign Authority.
The '"hineac hsve never been more
sen?lt ivc to foreign oaurpation of au
thorit.v titan they sre now. and tbe\
look u'toa the proposition to give the
foreign financial sr?tjp control of the
eiirrrncy reform to which the loan
was to he devoted aa a further en
eroe<hment upon tn*>ir Integrity of
which law new senate and the parlta
meniary party Ikrsagatasii the coon
try is especially jeaJeeu
History ef PrejweL
An imperial edict Issued oa Cv toVer
2.: sethorlaed a ktaa of W.nan.fwyt
froes a group of Amere-aa financier*
who were to take s bond Iseur to
cover be loan at ST.. The bonds were
to mature at a rectos' of from ?n to
?i yiwr? from issuance and to hear i
P**r cent tntere> L
The loaning ayndloate wa-< made sja
of J Pa Morsraa.* Co.. Kuhn Loch
a> (v.. th? Nsfff.nsl r,it Rank snd
?he First NsMowel Baak, sll of New
York evty. November is an agree
sn-nt was slewed In l^ndoa by which
?ataw ssf hssV>t-hlna and th> Dssstsjhw
provide* for t ?e ro-nweratiota of th-a
NEWPORT N1
GOVERNORS MEET AT
Third Annual Conference Be
gio* With Governor Will
on in the Chair.
OUTBURST OF APPLAUSE
FOR HARMON, OF OHIO
Chairman, Determined to Keep Poli?
tics Out of Gathering, Takes Dem?
onstrators to Task?President Taft
Seeds Letter Regretting His En?
forced Absence.
(By Associated, Press)
FRANKFORT. KV, Nov. 2?.?The
'bird annual Conference of Govern?
ors, the first to be held cctalde. of
Washington, began < fire davs' ??-?
slon here t day with twenty-four of
the executives of the states present.
Heads of commonwealths, from almost
the ex'remcs of the nation were
brcucht together in one body to de?
rive 1 etiefit from the experiences cf
each other.
For seveial dttrs ftoeermu* Willson,
of Kentucky, has made L plain that
he would do ill in his iiAwcr to elim?
inate politics from the conterence and
in 'he preliminary arrangements he
has ?ione 1'. However, at the flrst ses?
sion today, held in the hall of reprs>
sentatlves of the -new state capitol
building, there were two outburst; c.t
political enthusiasm, one was when
Governor Judson Harmon, of Ohio,
entered the ball. He wag greeted by
slight bandclapping, which was ac
ccrded no other governor. The mo?
ment the meeting adjourned a man in
'lie gallery called for cheers for Mrv
Harmon
Demonstration Out of Place.
With a frown, Goveruor WilUon
raised his hand and stopped whatever
progress the suggestion might hate
made. .
He (.aid the demonstraticn was en?
tirely out-of place and would not be
tolerated. ?
Gtr.crr r Will.-on read a letter from
Prertdent Taft regretting his absence,
in which he said:
"1 leva great sympathy with the
objects of vour meeting, which I un?
derstand to be for h.. general na
tirsjnl welfare bv uniformity of state
legis'a'i'n rpou sul Jef fs having gen?
eral rational interest, which are not.
by :he Constitution, entrusted to con?
gress and ha central government. I
wish for ycur meeting the mos' suc
eefsful issue in sub-siantlal results
Gcvernor A. T. Poither. of Rhede
{??land, responded to Uie welcoming
addresses of Governor Wilb-on and
Bfav.or Pol.-grrve. of Frankfcrt. after
which the visiting party and several
prominent Krnturkians were onter
ta:n< d at I,inch'on
Al the l-tter session Governor-elect
Wood row Wi'son. of New Jersey, de?
liver- .1 an address on the "Possibili?
ties of theejGrvernors' Conference."
Ti n.ght Governor and Mrs. Willson
gave e reception at the governor's
man: ion.
To Louisville Tcday.
Tomorrow a special train will earry
the governors to Louisville, where ses?
sions will be held until Saturday
Amrna I he governors present if:
Weeks, Ccnneeticnt: y?nn. Virginia:
Plther. Rhode island: Kltchin. N'.r'h
Carolina. Fort. New Jersey. Noei. Mis
?Snanasd: Harmon. Ohio. Itrown Geor?
gia: Drai?cr. Massachusetts: Ansel.
Seeth Carrlina, and Willson. Ken?
tucky. ?
The gevemors-elect present are:
Wilson. New Jersey. O'Nell Ala
b.->ma: Cruce. Oklahoma, aad Plaifted.
Maine
hfid tMRtmWriTm
FOOD AND O?flYlWS
Representatives of State and National
Ccprrtments Meet at New
? Orleans.
CHr a ?bot i? we Presev
\KW ORLEANS. I .A, Nr. 2?.?
Need of uniformity la the food and
dai.-v laws of the vaiicsas states was
urged ey Prc-sieVm George 1. Flan?
ders, of Albany. X. T. at rfee cpenlag
of the annul convention here today
of the Association of State and Na?
tional Food and Ixwlrv Departments
IV' err*, m this Street low bed been
mad-. he said, within recent senates,
bait there yet remained mach to he
In an address on sanitation Dr H
K Bernard, fond and dree cos* aal?
,'-m?r o' Indiens, deemmg that "Pood
tbousn chemically narr, may he saa
itariiT unfit to eat"
He"expressed a belief that the wer?
rf ford depsrtl
natd leas airea
ewsseeet? o'
and instead he devoted *o "?s pre>
an I rat ion of a new version of aa osd
snaxUn. (Teanllnes.
A letier wvs
of Aarlmltsre
pressed reajret.
?4 . nd 'he rrdr?rat on and
tee work of
resvf J^ss^B?Tl nl?rJ
EWS, VA.. WEDNESDAY,
GQVtRMEHT IKQUIRIKG
mw wooiEtts fhauo*
Thousands of Dollars Said to Hava
Boen Lo't Through Under
valuations.
_
(By A woe la tad Preea)
WAS)H.XI ' ON I) (' . Nov.?29 ?Aj
ter a oatafereme lasting ihrT?ighou'
I he day between Secretary MacVeagh.
('oiler lor Loeb. of New York; Attor?
ney Orneral Wlekersheta arid other
ofllt isla of the Customs .served BO do
< islou was rea? h< d a: to "the action
with reference So < osioui* frauds in
woolens and linings at the )>ort of
New York.
The fraud* nie i ild lo reach into
hundreds of thousands of dollars lost
to the government through undervalti
at Ions. . , , I
The (onftreuee will he resumed
tomorrow.
Thoie who nre aecuacd of bavin?
defrauded .he aovrrnmcnt sre said
to have offend to compromise pro
, vided there Is no pror'cutlon. ft I?
; aid the government Is opposed la
i accepting the compromise v. here suf
j flclcnt evidence has been collected to
? convict by the unaided efforts of If*
' own Invesligsiors In esses wher"
! the cuiprits have confessed rotantsH
Iv to under valuations and have of
? fered to Bvakc re tltution. it is said
] lenicucy may be shown.
K DOOM MEN
ABE JOINING REBELS
Gustave Maders Says Only
iiskirmishes Have Taken
Ey ice so Far.
(BV Asm-. Cress! *
WASHINGTON. U C, Nov. 29.?
Guitars Madero. brother of the leader
of the revolution In Mexico, who .Is
here representing the lnteresta of ihr
insurrectionists, issued a statement
tonight declaring that only ekfraishe*
have taken -f lace tjaji? far w*rh gov?
ernment troops: that large bodies of
volunteers are constantly adjfjtnenting
the revolutionist forces in Ctlhuahui.
Durange and neighboring states aad
that the revolt in Cattageche and
Southern Mexico, is even more terl
ous than in the north.
"Nearly 9.000 prisoners were in the
prisons in Mexico City yesterday, says
the statement and there have recent-'
: ly been many secret executions, sev
j era! of them young Mexican ofgeers
i whose loyal'v van under question.
"General Iiiax is ret>orted In insidf?
1 circles to be prostrated and has
' threatened -o dismlIS Senor Cocio
? the minister of war. because of the
magnitude which 1be revolution has
assumed. P'
MONEY PUT IN EVIDENCE.
Bilbo Produces Bills Which He V
leges Were Paid Him.
iHv Aa?ocl?te4 rrttmf'
YAZOO CITY. MISS.. Nov. 29 ?
. The actual money which State Sens
' tor Theodore Bilbo says was pah
him during the Ml- Btestapt senatorial
? content last January, was introduced
, as evidence today In the trial of U-e
! Onlaney. scetised as the hrtb" giver.
, The jiaekage contained 73 notes of
! twenty, ten and flve dollar denomina
i lions. Chief of Detective* Nicholas
I Bi?'h of Chattanooga. Tenn.. was an
? other witne-.s tense:. Ho was called
>k testify s-= ?%the rr-.t.ta'lon of Mrs
< Ijiwrence. who Is reported to be the
eo-between in the sllegeo bribery of
Senator Bgl.o while a resHent of tint
1 cJ.rv. In sub* t anc* his testimony ws
rsther detriments'.
WORLD'S BILLIARD RECORD.
I -
Willie Hoppe Runs 1" Points at Igf
I- Philadelphia.
<K> AMMvtaira ?"rrsai
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. Nov. 2S. -
WiHie 11 spas tonight broke the
, world's record for a Jilrh run at 1*1
? blliards in h:s came with I'we Mayer.
I the amateur < hampfnn of this H'v
?by piling op tiS points. Th? he-'
j urrvlous record of lie, ws- msde hr
; Hoppe fr?or K-c-eks ago in N>w York.
H<>pk . who is to play 1 ????? tioiats
at 18.1 to Mayers f.apn at 19.1. now
lead* in the -hrc btnrk? play by 445
noint*. the *. ore being Hoppe l.len.
Mayer ? ?
Hoppe hici ma tonichi was IM
end hh average 21 I-is. Mayer's be*
mn was 42. with an arms re of a Mg
The score tonight was Hopp? 44)4:
Mayer '?? _ _ _
FOREST POSTOFPrCE ROBBED
Small Amouet of Money end tumss
Tagung,
tn> a ??Sa?S P???#
ROANOKK. VA, Maw. TBe past.
ogVe> at reres?. Vau wa? robbed la*'
night and so far tSayre Is ao clue e
Onl, a sastti aasosjat of money and
"Comolete Trarmuitttv."
WKW YORK. Maw t? -The Mest
m s-Jnt?ir- of fWeeg n affair* geestr
srleo f're*; in a telecrasa received
> Metirai VTheseadei De I* Rare
rogtwgsar Is I" ctnwi;i*ete
?fstgeg H?e itiwfrScf of
NOVEMBER 30, 1910.
'Money Said to Have Been I
; Spent Freely to Foster
Feeling in This Country.
'FORMER. CONGRESSMAN
TELLS OF CONDITIONS:
Witness Before Congressional Investi?
gating Committee Declares Foreign
Steamship Owners Make It Impos?
sible For American To Handle Their
Own Products?How It Is Done.
fk_
I By Amocinird PTvss)
.VKW YORK. Nov. Testimony
j that steamship companies which sre
own d abroad abxolvtcly control
i Anuricsn shipping and have spent
I money freely to lostcr leeling against
j an Americsu msrine. wag etfered '?
? day l??tore the congressional ecmmil
i lee Holding scagjBjgej here to invest!-]
i gate charges thai a steamship lobby
was maintained at Washington. Wil?
liam H. Douglas, wbn formerly rep
resen'ed s New York district In con
Igrerr, mad? these statements
I "As ccndiiicgjl are n ? " Mr. Doug
i l.i- testified, "tie American tnerchsnt
Iis han'McaVped. The foreign steam ?
j ship owners make rates it Hamburg.!
i London and Parts that control the ex-|
port shipment of any article of this;
country.
Couldn't Get Cargo.
"Kven if the American should char?
ier ? Mean.er tcr bis Cwn freight, he
would not be able to obtain addition ? I
ireight tri mske up a csrgo."
Similar conditions govern the tiedel
i between the United State.i and Sbutb |
j America, be said, as all the lines are
own-ol shroud, and foreign steamship
crmpanies. be ssserted, had spent
mopry freely 10 influence sentiment
sgai:r,t American shipping.
?'How?" he was asked
How It Waa Done
"By prepared articles for the news
j pap- r> which were widely distributed,
land the cmprcyroent of agents."
While you were a member of <on
I gres. did you ever knoe- of money
. be'nsr spent there by igen? to Influ?
ence Itgislatioii through the giving oi
I dinners or an\thing clsef"
j "I think there wns."
i "Cid you ever meet tbe agents or
j kuow them*"
'I haidly think they would want to
kno'v me."
j- gtr. Dax glas added that alhetigb
jfoielaa companies had used whatever
! Influence they possessed in shaping
j legl?1st1< n -2nd had paid money in
j WrsHlngtrn. be bell? ved that, strtctlj
j speaking, 'hey bad not violated any
I law. And his testimony, be said.
should he tak.n a> facts rather than
j as criticism
Baseball Star Weda.
iMv Associated Press?
1 VI KSTINK. TKX. \of. 29.?John
j Cot.nbs f 'h. Philadelphia America?
: League b'seball club, waa married ?
! night tn m : - - May Rase, of this city,
i The ?trplc left lat< r Hlf Cuba.
UNJUST Ma UNFAIR
Exr^rt
frone
Witnesses Jriticifcfc
oposition of Railroads Be?
fore Ccmmission.
rt*y Associated Press?
WASHINGTON. D C, Ho?. 3?.?
Fire expert wRaeaets for the snip
I prrs test'tV-d toeey before the Inter
? stave Com mere e Commission Ic Its in
I vr* is*- . ? of the prep oat d rale in
leasjgegea, and npoa adjonrr.ing until to.
j met rem the commission announced
j that the arguments for the eamtpre
'aad ? esters increase cases consorl
?dated ?ouM l>e heard here DeeeaV
I Todays testimony tending to show
! la* renews which he roads claim will
' involve a net add It too a] rrreane of
j OTtee,eee in the onVtel ctassillcatioe
irr-n rv cxtendlnt from the New Kng
land stales sae^aas* Mtsriralppi river
j aae *eerU of tee Ohio end Potoasnc
! rivers, ware napast and unMirtv die
trtbwted Tbege was dlscnssrton also
' cf the high cost Hemg. rebates and
who did haR ax'-e
he raw ?aafatmev? of the rases wee C
C wrCasa. of New York city chair
mmm oi the Trcak Us** Asisi sat see,
who hi, railed to evptaln
? bar* hg aeessj
seines* ax for
? lte?w*e? were D. o leeax ef Bt* "a.
Mass.. i neli mea of the trsJBV commit
te?*V/ taw treeV organ! rations mi the
AOie'ic arahoerd; J U TPsaore. of
Onxco. Wla__ aVIward g Orr. ef Si
l.eeia. m*4\\\ K wigtsin. ef Che
? mmiseioacr of the .btggiri
Jr ? ,mW* . esn^w- - ,
:_,
tm
Gen
colder
fair; i
FAULTY MECHANISM
. * CAUSE Or" ACCIDENT
Waft* Department rind* That Design
of Breecn or New Gun It
Imperfect.
(By Assort.i> ?! PrrM)
WASHINGTON. 1) t\. Nov. 2? ? An
investlgstion of the fatak accident a'
Indian Hook. Md.. ou November ?, re
MiltlneT from a proving teat of a new
in "i i: gun. which coat the llvra of
four men. haa established the fact'
mat the design of the breech tnecbau-'
iam for the gun is faulty. The pa*-j
tern Is now being changed at the,
Washington navy yard.
The accident was lavostlgated by a;
board apt>otmrd by the secretary of
the navy. The premature discharge i
of tlur cartridge case which blew ou>
the breerhplur. the board finds, was
due to a projecting ftrlng pin. It la
this projecting firing pin which the
.board considers Imperfect and before
the Bve-inch gun* are issued to the |
service tbe tiring pin will be held In
a safe position ao that a similar acci?
dent cannot Happen
The Itoard relieved the gun crew of
all susvlclon of carcleasaesH. and said
that all due precautions were taken
in loading the gun and in handling
the ammunition.
NEGRO TELLS STORY OF CRIME, j
Pomp Scott Says He Didn't Intend To i
Kill Conductor.
<Rv A?aceiat?.t Priei.l
ROANOKE. VA.. Nov. ML?At the'
trial today of Pomp Scott for the J
murder cl M. M. Speore. <? railrcad
yard conductor, Scott rrlated hi* story
of the crime. He cl?lmed the- con
duc'nr attacked him with an iron bolt
when sapePce detected him stealing
l)ras?es. and that he c?? the conductor
in aelf-drft nae. but did not mean to
kill blm * d
The pi lamer. Judge Staples, who
i? trying the case, and the lawvers
vlgl'ed the scene of the tragedy. Them
is no jury in the trial. ?nd the verdict
w*'l be iendered tomorrow by Judge
Staples.
GAYNOR S ASSAILANT INDICTEO.
Tw? ChsroeS of Assault With Intent
to Kill.
NEW YORK. Not 29? James J.
Gallagher. Who Phot Mayor Gay mir I
last June, was Indicted today bv tbe '
grand jury IB Hudson county. N. J..
charged with assault with intent to
kill on the, mayor and William Ed?
wards, street cleaning commissioner.
Another charge placed against him
was that of earning cooo>aled wess?
ons. Gallagher hs? be. n held In lai' |
since nls set. waltlnr th" result of
llljailaa which he lufli<t.d
repubugIiTday over
Country Apparently Behind
I Democrats,Says Senator Hale
! SHORT SESSION PROGRAM
Chairman of Republican Caucus Ex
pests That Little Will Be Accom-,
".-'.?-. I
pi ished?Victors Would Oppose
'Death Bed Legislation" by G. O. P.
(Bv Associated Preae.t
WASHINGTON. I?. C, Nov. ?.?
Senator Lissjaas Hale, of Maine. Re
publican snider at tbe senste by vlr
i tue of'bis position as cbsirmaa Of
j tbe party caucus, and of the senate
i consmitter on appropriation* foresees
j little of secotnpif: bmen* in the cora
I Ing short session of congress. Be?
yond the passage of the usual appro?
priation bibs sad possibly of sn ap
j portionasaast ntesuurw and one provhs
! lag aa -juaatt aaal) bounty, he helierea
j tah nhporfaat business wiM be traaa-j
jacted. ?
j "The DisasuLfatic party." he sard to
I day. ''has ist?tared the house of rev,
? reseatatlvoa ay a great majority and
has almost captured the testate and.
with the country apparently rx-hine
thai party. It wui I have ao doubt.
kastnt upon taking Its natural re
wV#l***J r^#fatlSt#dJ.
Should aa expiring e?.?gress. m lt?
kam days, undertake to. by aay death?
bed act sen. re* the victorious sort/
of Its as tarsi Inheritance. It wRI he
resisted to tbe ataaoot sad nothing
win f.diow bat a protracted
which ?tat
wfetca ?i>tratest away ssjasjwp? carry
I la eti her
N
Mr Hale eras
sat :h
in ta<
no far a<- ?
rxsavi?*taw rhot was Is the
evay suggest a, iwoerai proarast be
wilt aw* try to aaree h> am
ir? to forer it, rm row areas I
efajaP that Msniet aaeek :
saywajr
wde of,
tie* of s? it- J
isstsrn^se>- Mr.
the
?
Tl
TM* WSATHfR.
trail fair and somewhat
Wednesday; Thursday
>r|ek northwest winds.
PRICE TWO Cl
SMS JOCKEY CLUB
MADE Fi FI6I
3elmont TellsCo mmittee Tl
Opposition to Race Track Bills|
Was Legitimate.
ASSOCIATIONS GAVE
MONEY VOLUNTARIlfl
hsre Is NO Authority For AtsseaV I
maot, tut Combination For Defense; ;
Retained Attorneys To Fight
Race Track Measures?Wi
Complains He Has Been Pe
tn> Associates f ire?.>
NKW V ORK. Nov. L'il ? August
meat. mtiiloueire hon? owner
chairs*>n of the Jeekey Ciub and
Wo'?xater Racing Association, te
the wiinesa rtand this altsrneon
told tbe legislative committee tbst b?
considered that he hsd been
cuted.
"And l want to Vay," he added witli
emphasis, "that Hie racing areocfsV
tlons and he Jockey Club fought
inti-raet- track bills i..Jrly."
Mr. Hclmcnt is tbe < u)y one i
trio of imminent men i. milled
racing whom the commitue has
able to- art on tbe witness -ttnd
irstit,- concerning the charge that
I.SO0 000 corruption fund was rah d
the rrcing interests to combat tl
H rt Agnew Ii?, prohibiting segN
on horse race*, which p?sard the
Islature In 1908.
Subpoenas for Mr. Belmont, Jan
R. Keene and Harry Payne Whit
have Wen out lor weeks, all
be*n mentioned ha present at a
ferene at which the 'Iteged fund
anbscribed. Service has not yet
obtained on Mr. Keene, called i
witness today, it being testified
be is in Kurope
Voluntary Contributions.
The Jr.ckey Club, Mr Helmont said
Is a (lose dorporation cf fifty metn
bers Irfoogbt Into existence some ten
yearn ago by men prominent on the
turf. Ht waggrsked by what author?
ity iiu Jockey flub had assessed
f "..".'i<i on he Conpv Island Jockey
vlub. and replied that the money had
not bem peiit as the resuli of an aa
?essment, bi t trac ecgiributed as in?
formally.
"There !a no ?:ithortty that can be)
exercised ay the Jockey Club to infltt.
enee the payment of s fee by a
racing association fcr legal purposes;
but tbe association* finding that they
wer.- to be prosecuted, combined And
Trained -ttotnc?? 'o fight the legtsin
!'< n This wi? purely a voluntary
mauerjiBjj there was P<> . ompulston
whatyoever In baring tbe money
raised to-r*tern tewyera."
Tu what do vou refer when yon
ssy persecution of racing?- he wan
asked.
Committee Reflected On Him.
"Well, I may say that i wag s? rved
with a subpoena by 'our committee in
a way that Td call persecution. I
had no notification 0f the fsci that
you ? anted me. An attempt was made
o serve me the day before Tbanks
glv ng b?calling at mv otBce and say?
ing that I was wanted on *> very press.
Ing brejnees matter That 1* a re?
flection and a pet -rout ton and made
the (ommrnify think 1 was trying to
evsdeeeervfce Nest, take Mr. Wa.it
noy. ||o iji abroad arranging a pale
match Hi, a igb> i? abroad Toe
po*t i.im An a subpoena dodger '?
"It we* nosnrn."\e added, "to rietet
Mr Whitney to cjherter a specsej
stesmer to coeae orcr" to testify abasa>
some mythical dinner that was priu'ej
in the newspapers and a mythical sun
that was raised, erh?re very six*
makes tt -Hf-tihnes
Left After He Knew.
Cbairarm Brace seterrupted to sag
that ft we* on record that Josse? R.
Keen* left this eaentrr aRer the ceee,
mittee had Issued a snbpoene tor hi a*
and after he knew toe com sr.;'tee
waated him; aa to Mr. *Vtn< he
-aid. It wee aw re t Wished chest Be
"T"II sl| reu know about what fund*
wer? raise*, and how." sahl Judga
I oant tell > en
Helmont, "out te* acts of the
tkm are ?wnlV prngmrt, eeat
tespertton and the read
by tbe rarkre* aanorte'ton* "
"Wae ?es >ae inatawritB et
of tke Met]
Cteh and he gave a
ef the aas cents i user aba* eg
tee Meter petstes Jorgey rUb tp mm\
he aid. *e?apg hag Wet. coatr,bnt<
from Acrstt. iwX. ui sti
sub*.-fibed hf
t-r*'Hnate mat
raftgggg.
" ere roe ever ntuwnav Ho* %a? gjgr
tee hvgxchvnr?
? . - ? - b*;ee5
eeal not by teg*

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