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Says He Does not Remember
Sending .for .Morgan, .
Rockefeller or Anv
Wall Street Man
Suggests United States Sen
ate Should Throw Pen
rose Out of Body for
His Statements
WASHINGTON, Ort. 4. Col. Roose
velt occupied the -witness chalr for
three and a half hours today before
the senate Investigating committee,
defending his administration, him
self and his campaign associates
against what he termed "infamous
charges" and "bearsry evidence." He
appeared at his own request to ans
wer statements Trade In August by
John U, Archbold that the Standard
Oil company had given $100,000 to
the republican campaign fund of 1004,
under the impression that Roosevelt
know of and approved the accept
ance of the contribution.
Maes Sweeping Denial.
Not only did Roosevelt deny this
hut put into the formal records of
the committee a sweeping denial
that he ever solicited funds from any
one while president: that any money
had been received by '.he lini cam
paizn committee with any expected
or Implied promise of favors from
the administration; that excessive
funds had been used In his 1901 or
100S campaign or that money ever
had been improperly used in his be
half so far as he knew.
Teddy Lonq on U'aniJ.
Roosevelt took the wltues chair
at 10 o'clock this forenoon. He went
Immediately into the details of the
Standard Oil company's contribution,
alleged to have been given him by
Archbold He handed t!e committee
a letter he had written Treasurer
Sheldon 'n 190S. strongly denouncing
any contribution made by the Stand
ard Oil company and saying if one
was made he would return It af
once. The letter said that no con
tributions would te accepted from
nny corporation being prosecuted or
likely to bo prosecuted
Does Not Remember.
In regard to the Morgan contribu
tion, Roosevelt sMd he did not re
member 'ending for Morgan. Rocke
feller or anjone else on Wall Street
during the campa'gn, but be declared
he undoubtedly had talked to these
men on matters of public interest.
"If I am elected preEldent one year
hence,'' he said, "and I believe Mor
gan, Rockefeller, any socialist, law
ycr, preacher, or anyone else who
may have information that will be of
service to the public, I'll send for
him and get It"
..Hprrlman Money Spent in N. Y.
Regarding the Harriman fund, the
colonel said the furd was raised
alone for the New York state cam
paign and not for the national ticket
He said the Interview with Harriman
was had at his (Harriman's) request
through Secretary Loeb. "Harriman
requested roe to get Bliss and Cor
telyou to raise funds to aid the state
campaign. I never asked Harriman,
directly or indirectly, for one dollar
to help that or any other csrapa gn
Harriman's request of me was that
I get the national committee, which
ho said had plenty of money, to give
to the state committee."
DispUes Parker.
Regarding Judge Parkfr's claim.
Roosevelt said corporations never
contributed to his campaign, adding
I never said what Parker attributes
to me, but did say the corporations
had not r-een blackmal'ed or assured
some kind of favor In order to get
Archbold-Penrose Statements.
Referring to the testimony of Arch
bold and Penrose be said: "Penrose
said he who advised the Standard OH
company would submit to blackmail
In order to prevent it being sub
jected to hostility from rerta'n
source. He could mean only hoslill
ty from myself, the attornev general
or commissioner of corporations. I
bad no way of being hostile unless
they violated the law. So the action
of Penrose In advising the Standard
Oil company tc make that contribu
tion was to protect Itself against
violations of the law."
Wants Penrote Ousted.
Then, rising to hie feet and shak
ing his fist, he cried, -and I toiil
that the senate ot tie United States
should throw Penrose out of the sen
ate for the admissions he made bo
fore this committee."
Loeb Takes Stand.
Roosevolt was placed In a chair on
a little square platform from whjch
he looked down on a table at whlcb
sat Senators Clapp, Oliver Pomerens
itj T.mtor William Loeb. Jr.. his
former private secretary, now collec
tor of customs at .ire um, v ....
with him and occipled a seat at his
,CThe former president turned
notedly to ask Loeb for facts and
record. At coj.j
ir5,V statements of Roosevelt, He
rSt fauiTwer from the commit-
brought -'""J-n "
tee nd-B"r""? " ts Witty.
During Mc testimony the colonel
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Eugene W. Chafln.
There Is at least one candidate for
president Itiif year bo doesn't even
dream of iciory. He is EugeDe W.
Chafln. Prohibition si&ndard bearer.
However. Challn Isn't sulking around,
brooding over ,:ts 111 luck. He enjoys
"going ariei" the other presidential
candidates, and will make many
speeches befuie the cloe of the cam--ialrn
In oil parts of the country.
District Attorney at Indian
apolis Attempts to Show
How Money Was Spent
for Explosives
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 4. Extracts
from a little green check book. In
which the executive board of the In
ternational Association of Dttdge and
Structural Ironworkers are charged
with having kept an account of 'money
paid out for dynam.ting jobs, were
rrad at the Irfal of the defendants in
he "dynamite cases" today.
District Aitorney Miller told the
jury the execultvfc board -met' regu-
larl.v and appropriated, money ; for I
Claims Officials in Sympathy.
The money, he said was paid by
chrcks, signed by President Franl
SI. Ryan One of the stubs read.
"Expended for reorganizat.on pur
poses, $233, at Clinton. Iowa." It will
hf shown. Miller said, that Ortie Mc
Manigal paid that sum for the ex
plosion at Clinton, tha the "whole
system of explosions throughout the
country was carried on with the ap
proval of the officials of the executive
beard of the union."
"We will shew," said Miller, "fin
anciers of th? Ironworkers' unloii
Juggled its funds used in buying ex
Scores Ryan and Officials.
"McNamara wrote Ryan, suggest
Ing the constitutional provision for
publishing accounts In the union raag
az.ne bo suspended so that no out
sider might learn what was done with
the monev. Ryan put It up to the
union's executive board, which sent
out a circular Icttc- announcing it
considered it to le wise to suspend
publication. This shows executive
board members to be parties to the
"Before the strike was called, there
were no explosions, but as soon as
H was called, they began "
m'TTE, Oct. 4. President Dono
hue of the Montana federation of la
bor declared the miners affiliated with
the United Mine Workers of Amsrica.
who lad down their tools in all the
Montana coal mines, pending an
adoption of a new wage agreement,
will accept the proposed new scale.
Work will be resumed next week.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. Copper quiet
at 17.25 bid. Arrivals today, 100 tons
Exports this month, 2,980 tons, Lou
don copper easy.
said: "I have actually sent for,
while president, trust magnates, la
bor leaders, socialists, John L. Sul
llvan, 'Battling Nelson there was a
pause ar.d Dr. Lyman Abbott.' This
was in response to questions as to
the propriety of sending for E. H.
Harriman In 1904 to discuss matters
of legislation and campaign affairs,
"If I am eltcted president," he added,
"if Rockefeller or anyone else wants
to see me. 111 see him."
Senator Pomcrene asked him I!
some corporations did not expect
returns for the contributions Roose
velt declared emphatically; "As in
practical man of high ideals, who al
ways hag endeavored to put his ideals
Into nractlce. I think any man who
mU llol;eve j,e tan anr consl.i-
eration for making any contribution
to me was either crook or fool." When
jho croW(1e(1 conrtroon, swept Into a
burst of applause, the witness turned
around and cried: "Stop that, please!"
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Workers for Betterment of
Roads Running Out of
Bisbee Believe Weather
Will Be Propitious
hereforiThigii WAY
County Supervisors Agree to
Repay Those Who Im
prove Roads When
Funds Are on Hand
"The weather" was the unusual fac
tor that entered into the plans of
the Stone Rollers yesterday. Those
who are getting up the road repair
ing party, however, are going ahead
on tho assumption that tomorrow will
be fair and warmer.
For a time yesterday prospects for
a stone-rolling appeared gloomy, like
the weather, but It was decided that
two such days cannot occur consecu
tively in Blstee, and plans for the
affair are going ahead just as if King
Winter had not sent the coolly po
lite note of yesterday's weather.
Big Crowd to Work
There will be at least fifteen auto
mobiles, each carrying four two
handed men and a full supply of
picks, shovels, Bpades and other road
working tools, besides edibles and
beterages for the crowds.
Beginning at Bisbee, the road from
here to Hereford will be divided into
sections, and an automobile assigned
to each section. 11 of those who
can go or can send their cars, and all
who wish to participate In the trip,
are requested to communicate with
J. R. Henderson or Dr. N. C. Bledsoe
today. The start will be made from
the post office plaza Sunday morning
at an hour to te named, which piota
bly will be 8 o'clock.
Organizations Back Project
Three organizations, in addition to
enthusiastic Individuals, are back ol
the stone-rolling, and bv this token
it should be a - succesu. Pride:u
Ben Frankenberc has renuested all
membeis of the Bustness Mens Pr
tecthe Association who can to take
part in the affair, the Commercial
club is actively boosting it, and Dr. N
C. Bledsoe, district supervisor ol tno
Borderland route association. is
boosting it and will himself partici
pate. The roads of the county are In bad j
condition, the county has no money
to spend on repairing them, and if t j
up to the communities to do it for i
business reasons Other stone-rolling
events on other county roads already
are being planned, and will be pulled
off a3 soon as the Hereford road is
Supervisors will rtepay rr5
j. K. jienaerson nas sugeeaieu au-
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other road betterment plan Th
countv supervisors have made
propositlon to anj community in the
county: that commercial organiza
tions, individuals or companies who
repair roads now, while the county
is lacKing in roaa .anus, . ,- ; s,,ghtly lnjure(, yesterday. Is ar
n.ilil hv the countv as soon as the i -,"., ..,..., V. .- ' j
road funds begin to come in. Sev
eral communities have areidy ac
cepted the county's proposition, and
are going ahead with road building.
This matter probably will be sub
mitted to the Comerclal club at -ta
next meeting.
AMOY, Oct 4. Threats to sacri
fice European lives at Foo Chow ha-.e
been uttered by General Phung unless
his demands for $315,000 from th-5
authorities are acceded to. Mutinoiu
trcops with Phung number between
10,000and 20,000. A force of 5,000
government troops are marching from
Nanking to meet tho rebels. Mis
sionaries have been recalled from the
HIng Wha district, to the north of
this city, where serious disorders
have existed for some time.
CHICACO, 111., Oct- 4: A commit
tee of representative Chicago business
men went to Kalamazoo today to
meet and escort to this city the S00
foreign delegates of the International
Congress of Chambers of Commerce
Since the close of the congress in Bos
ton last week the delegates have been
tosring the country. A 50,000 fuad
has been raised for their entertain
ment during the three day's visit tn
Chicago. In addition to paying visits
of Inspection to many of the great
mercantile and Industrial establish
ments In the city and vicinity the
delegates will be entertained at a
civic luncheon at the Hotel La Salle
and at a banquet at the Congress ho
DENVER, Oct 4. Tho Minneapolis
American Association team arrived
here this afternoon for a series of
games against the Denver team of
the Western league for the minor
league championship.
Collins, Wood And Hall Will Surely Pitch
For Red Sox In World's Series O'Brien May
mc t -rare fC Wc . "
BOSTON Oct 4 That the coming
world's series Is to be jleclded In the
box Is the conviction of Jake Stahl as
well as of practically all the baseball
experts who have expressed an opin
ion. It will be a pitcher's battle, and
that Is why the odds frtvor the Boston
Red Sox. '
Stahl has in Wood, Collins and iJall
a wonderful twirling trio. Wood and
Collins, experts agree, are a better
pair of pitchers than Mathewson and
Tesreau, and Hall should prove the
equal of either Marquard or Cran
dall. These three Wood, Hall, Collins
are the men who have tossed tho
Red Sox Into the American league
championship Buck, O'Brien and
Both Bostons and New
Yorks Said to Be in Pink
of Condition at the
Season's End
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. The closing
inf fho Tnntnr lonmitf li.iKenall sen.on
iln the east tomorrow will find the
rhnmnlonshin teams in the i.lnfc of
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thuslasts In the anxious seat.
The fear that Captain Doyle, of
New York, might not be able to play
his best because of his ankle, which
tlally dispelled. Doyle played!
throughout today's game In his usual
;"form. j
The possibility of either Gardner!
or Carrlgan, or Boston, being kept
out in the early games had slight ef-;
feet on the betting odds this even-'
Ing, where Roston has been a slight j
favorite, but the New York cnthus-1
lasts expect to see both men in tho I
opening game.
With the trial of -Marquard today,
j probably all the first division pltch
jers of New York had their last work
i out before the series opens. Mathew
son. the old mainstay, has had the
longest rest of any, as he has not;
been in a game since a week ago yes
terday, when the pennant was
LONDON, Oct 4: Mrs. John Max
well, so much better known to read
ers of fiction as Miss Braddon, quiet
ly celebrated her seventy-fifth birth
day anniversary today at her home In
Richmond, one of the loveliest spots
on the Thames River. The author of jot Utah should be to use his authori
"Lady Audley's Secret" and more ! to bring about a conference where
than half a hundred, other popular) by the plain facts In the caso Jiay be
novels- was born In London, Oct- 4, discussed and weighed as to their
1S37. In early life she embarked up-'real merits."
on a stage career. It was while per-l After the meeting Mr. Moyer left
forming in a theatre at Hull that she I for Colorado.
discovered that acting was not hert Quiet still reigns In Binghem. Gen
forte, and wrote her first novel, "Three , eral Manager Hackling, in a private
Times Dead." Before It was publish- :-car, today paid his first visit to the
ed the publisher. Involved in diSi- camp since the strike began. After
culty, passed on the .sheets to anota -
er man. This man considered tne
story ""rubbish" and destroyed it, but
lived long enough to regret his ac
tion, when Miss Braddon sprang Into
popularity and he found he had fool
ishly destroyed her first effort that
might have been a gold mine to him.
RENO, Nev OcL 4. E. A. P. John
son, one of the three' Nevada denu
cratlc candidates .for. presidential
electors, a prominent -attorney of the
state, died suddenly "'at' his home in
Elko Thursday. ,
WhaV steps will be taken to fill
his place on tbe ticket Is not known.
The time for filing names of candi
dates has expired.
- O'Brien, HT!f Collins, Wood.
Hugh Bedient have helied some but
Stahl has already stated that he will
scarcely take a chance on Bedient
in the world s series. Ho may use
O'Brien In one game, but O'Brlen'a
work this season has not been of it
character to inspire great confluence.
Stahl Is confident ot victory, not
only becaube of the strength of his
own pitching force, but by reason of
the Giants' comparative weakness in
the box. Marquard 13 not as effec
tive as he was; Mathewson also has
slumped- Matty's days of pitching
one and two-hit games and scoring
shut-outs are practically ended. He
Is not as effective with men on bases
as he once was.
Outside of the pitching department
it is believed the two teams are about
"Plnn Tr A-nniPiilno
All Albanian Greeks
Said To Be On Foot
Outrages Perpetrated, It is
Claimed So as to Arouse
Turks to Assault
ATHKNS Oc: 1. Plans to annihi
late all the Greeks now In Albania
PT win3ve beer laid, according to reports
J LA L . reachlnir here from Greece nrar the-
Turkish frontier. The report bays a
Greek noble at Pillpiado has been as
snsflnated.. The Albania governor of Jania,
sent out an armed force of military
police, composed of 1C0 outlaws, to
annihilate al' the Greeks in that lo
cality. Greek partisans declaro the
outrages have be- n so arranged the
responsibility for them shall be laid
to the Greeks In order to provo'ie
j uiisuicre bv tbe Turks
Water Drawn from Boilers
Lead to Belief Plant to
t Be Closed Down
Oct- 4. "We
of Governor
favor of the
consider the position
Spry as positively in
mine owners," was the closing sen
tence of a statement Issued by lead
ers of the striking copper miners or
Bingham after a meeting at Salt
Lake City today, at which Charles il.
Moycr, president of the Western Fed
eration ot Miners, presided,
"We do not ask the governor to
bring about a settlement as we would
nave it," the statement recites, "but
we do tntnk nts auty as governor
- hIs departure the men began drawiug
tne water from the boilers of, the
I steam shovels, something that scarce-
ly would be done If their early use
was contemplated.
The Greeks among the strikers are
leaving in Increasing numbers since
the call to arjns was Issued by their
home governmenL
FORT SMITH. Ark, OcL 4. Three
masked men held up and robbed
a Kansas 'City Southern passenger
train, three miles east of Poteau,
Okla., tonight After opening tho
safes- In 'the express car with nitro
glycerine, they escaped with a largo
quantity of loot, Including registered
on a par Boston may be stronger
at short and thitd. but Is corre
spondingly weaker at first and sec
ond The catching starts are about
o en up, while in the outfield Boston
may have a shade the advantage.
As batters, too, the rival teams
seem to be about evenly matched.
Boston has Hooper, Lewis, Speaker
and Stahl; the Giants have Murray,
Doyle, Merkle and Meyers.
In one respect base running the
Giants clearly excell. But this fact :s
not likely to count for much In the
world's series. It didn't last year,
and it never has. Base runners re
fuse to take chances with so much
at stake. The ultimate victory will
be determined at the box. And Bos
ton has the pitchers.
End of Columbus'
Circuit Racing Season
Witnesses Sensa
tional Driving
COLUMBUS. Oct 4 The gram?
j circuit racing at Columbus closed to
day with a lowering of three world'r
records, a sensational third heat b
I Plckels, and tallures by Minor Heir
land George Gano In attempts to lower
i their marks.
Babe, by -' r'- ' -.
of the 2.0T pace .n - 04 1-4, look the
record for the fastest sixth. heat eer
contested, the race itself ' eing a re
cord one for six heats.
Helen Stiles was unsteady in th
first two heats of the 2.07 trot, but
began winning in the third mile. All
alone, she trotted the filth and final
heat in 2.06 1-4. taking a half tec-,'
ond off the world's time for a fifth
Plckels was allowed to rush home I l '"J-'"'3 nviuauii.
In the third heat of the 2.11 pace. ' It Is Thought
which she won without trouble, anJ j
took a new record of 2.03 1-4. PARIS, Oct. 4. The expectations
Minor Heir In his trial, paced the , the balanCe for pcace In ,he Bal
first mile in one minute fiat. George!, ...,., , i.
Gano. dirven by T. W. Murphy, went I Kan was strengthened today by tho
the half in 1.00 3-4.
WAUWATOSA, Oct.- 4. Arrange
ments were made today whereby Bar
ney Oldfleld will drive a Fiat cur, tak
ing the place made vacant by the
death of Bruco-Brown. In the grand
prix contest tomorrow.
SanBernardino Sun which has been
a strong supporter of Taft, announced!
today that henceforth It would sup-1
port Wilson. The paper declared!
' that although it was not favoring
a democratic platform, tho action of
' the state supreme court in designat
ing the Roosevelt electors as repub
. licans demanded this change.
, rit
Prosecutor Guy Eddie announced to-
day his oluntary retlrment from of
I flee until the charges of misbehavior
' against him should be disposed of.
j Ills preliminary examination on a
j charge of contributing to the . dclln
I nulncy of a minor girl was set, for
tomorrow morning.
NEW YORK. OcL 4. Prince Lud
ouvlc Pagnatolli D'AragonV Bourbon
pretender to' the Spanish throne; wax
8ntno' Ellis' Island 'on 'his arrival
here today. Ho -Is held-as an Ineligi
ble by his country because he at
tempted to commit suicide last July.
Democratic Candidate for
Vice President Says Ri
vals Suffer from Auto
Shows That Excitement of
j Campaign May Acceller
ate Brain of Contest-
! ant Beyond Normal
i HARRISBURG, Oct 4. Gqvernor
I Marshall, democratic vice preslden
I tial candidate, delivered the last of
his list of planned speeches for hU
I resent tour here tonight. He said
in part: '"There is a.speclesvof In
toxication Known as ' 'autointoxica
tion," whereby the victim .fov tho
moment brings to the surface his
hidden nature. Man. t to be Mudsed
correctly wlth'reference to hisusefnl
ness to society, must be judged by his
normal, not his abnormal thought and
"None of us doubts the truths .of
rcligino, but many of us doubt dec
rations made under an intense relig
ious excitement.
Men While Officials True
"We do not doubt the statements
and conduct of men while In office,
because their statements and conduct
are governed by the usual and normal
spirits which govern their thoughts
and actions." During a political cam
paign we have the right to comparo
a man's statements and actions up
on the stump with his statements
and actions while in office, in order
to determine, not whether the man
is honest, but whether he has not in
toxicated himself with the excitement
of the political campaign.
' In my Judgment certain men seek
ing the suffrage of the people, as the
president ot the United States and
i the governor of Indiana, are victims
of eelHntoxicatlon. Roosevelt and?
Ex-Senator Bevcridge, during the
long period of their holding office in
the -lJnitedStatest liave fce&n so.ctoe;
ly allied with the vicious tenden
cies In the economics of the people.
and so actie in defending trusts, de
spising the low and serving Perkins,
' Morgan and Harriman. that our peo-
'''e mav we" 'n,iulre what has come
oer tne spini or iceir uream?.
What May Happen If Elected
"When the campaign is over, the
self-intoxication will have passed
away, and then will this better half
disappear. Will the old theories,
thought and conduct, which In tho
Isst years have guided and con
trolled tbem. again take possession
o their official lives, provided they
a:e in office' Ma we not think
a:i'' reasonably expect that the Perk
;rses. Morgans and Harrimans will sit
tlofe to the throne of these men,
and again lie given ixiwer?'
French Government Submits
D.,..l AroMo.
assurances elven ly the French gov
ernment that Austria-Hungary is
ready to join any concerted action
of the poweis to prevent hostilities.
Premier Poincare told his col
leagues the program of tbe powers
was to make every effort to avQlil
war. to localize the war if it should
break out. and to assure, in the event
of war. the neutrality of territorial
Poincare's proposals have been in
tegrally accepted by Sergius Sazo-
moff, Russian foreign minister, and it
J exl)Pce,? theJ", X b ratlfied at Lon
ft ? understood' the proposals do
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recall to the attention of Turkey tho
urgency of Article XXIII of the treaty
of Berlin, providing for a larger meas
ure of home rule.
BERLIN, OcL 4. The German for
eign office inspired newspapers con-
! tlnue pessimistic In connection with
kans. This feeling is not consonant
with today's spirit on the bourse,
where a strong recovery took place.
timent In favor of war is increasing
In Turkey. Several thousand per-
jsons held a mass meeting today in
the mosque of Sultan Ahmud I nt
Stamboul, at which all references to
the Balkan states were greoted with1
cries of "Cursed be Bulgaria. Ser
via, Greece and Montenegro." Sev
eral leaders of the liberal party ad
dressed tho meeting and declared that
Turkey was ready to face all'-her
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