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I NUMBER 6375 WASETXKTjTON W WASBINGTON AS GTON THURSDAY EVENING EVENINGTEThTE JUSTE TE IT 171909 i 1909 jo PRICE ONE CENT
MOST MOSTBITTER BITTER FIGHT FIGHTTHE FIGHTFORESHADOWED FIGHTFORESHADOEO
FORESHADOWED BY BYTHE BYTHE
THE LAST MESSAGE KKIBEEach r ESSAGEEach
Each Clan in Congress Ex Expected Expected Expected
pected to Work Yf ork Harder HarderThan HarderThan HarderThan
Than Ever for Pet PetPlans PetPlansPRESIDENT Plans PlansPRESIDENT PlansPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT WARNED WARNEDOF
OF POSSIBLE TRICKS TRICKSDemocrats TRICKSDemocrat TRICKSDemocrats
Democrats Will ill Caucus Tonight TonightInsurgents TonightInsur TonightInsurgents
Insurgents Insur 6nts Issue a State Statement Statement Statement ¬
ment of Case CaseBy GaseBy CaseBy
By JOHN JO SNURE SNUREThe SNUREThe SNUREThe
The message mesa of President Presk1 nt Taft faTrer faTrerIng faVWIng fawIng
Ing an n Income tax amendment to the theConstitution theConstltuUOR theConsUtutlon
Constitution and ad urging a tax on the thenet tilenet thenet
net earnings of corporations continued continuedto eontlnedto
to absorb ab rb the attention of Senators In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the corridors and cloakrooms today todayThe tod todthe todal1he
The consideration of schedules che4ue went on onbut onbut onbut
but there was w s under the surface no noecd noeIJti noet
ecd et of talk tKlkover over the th recommendation recommendationWhile recommdaUonhlle recommidat1onWhile
While hlle tomorrow was fixed for the theconsideration theconsideratioa theconsideration
consideration of the amendment known knownas
as the BaileyCummins income tax taxamendment taxmendment taxzmendment
amendment it will not DQtbe be taken up at attrat attl attiat
trat tl at time This decision dec1 km has been beenreached beennached beenreahed
reached by the th Senate S8 IIte leaders They Theywere Tbywere Th y ywere
were busy today trying to get unani unanimous unanimous unanlmcus ¬
mous consent to uafar tor r it until the theschedules theshN1ules theheduIee
schedules are disposed dispo ed of Failing in inthis In1hs Ina
this a motion to postpone pe tpone will be voted votedon
on and doubtless doubtle a carried when the ques question questlCD cuesta ¬
tion ta fl is reached reaehedtQlaOrrow reaehedtQlaOrrowBig tomorrow tomorrowBig tomortewBig
Big Fight Coming ComingIt
It Is clear there te to be a bitter fight fightovpr fightr
ovpr < > r the whole category of question questionraised quest questnsesed > > BS BSy8
raised y8 i sE > d by the t h meeeege Many Senators Senatorsik Seaa Senatorsrk tors torsk
ik rk k for prolonged debate The sap sapporters spJloters eupporters
porters of the BaileyCummins proposi proposition propositIon propoItcn ¬
tion will go ahead with their battla battlaThey btUarrp battteIhey
They rrp will not oppose the reaolnUon re t tlOil for forsubmission forsuhmisslon forEihmiesIon
submission of a constitutional con tltutioPa amendment amendment amend amendment ¬
ment to the States but they th will even evenTvrrk evenTk evencrk
Tvrrk Tk for it itThe aTile itTie
The Finance Committee net lent night nightanI nJlatani Ibt IbtanI
anI considered one ert1 schedules bat dtd d not nottake nottake nottake
take up the income tax or the Utetax proposed proposedtax Wopoeodtax
tax on corporations questions qve ionii It was waseapected waseJtpfeted wasepted
eapected a meeting w would ld be b4 heM this thismorning thisiiarning
morning 1 but t > ut none was called lied The rbaJalO rbaJalOIrsed pro proprsed f ro rop
p Irsed < sed amendment to the tariff bi to tolevy tole toiCY
levy le A t pr cent tax on n corporatians corporatiansa
a framed fram d by Att Attorureneal Attorney Jien6tat Jien6tatsLJm General 3 3sLam Tclte TcltesfLam
sLam is expected to reach the cowifit cowifitt t tt
t < today todayiTfsident todayITF
iTfsident ITF sident Taft h ha s been warned by byE
E > rr > r of f the th Senators he has consulted consultedt consult8cltat
t tat at he will jl have to be on his guard guardor
or t r he n re T earning ami feature featu will b b6 sft sftfashioned 80fas sofbEbloned
fashioned fas ioned by Senator Aldrich and th thommittee tile tilecmmHtee thOommittee
ommittee leaders that it will be full of ofholes olh ofies
holes h js and worthless wrt hI 88 The President PrHidenttradf has baemade hastrae
made it clear 1 ear ar that he is interested Intere ted to totvs mths inths
ths matter and proposes propo es to have bl ve legis legislation leslslation legislatAon ¬
lation that will mean something somethingInsurgents aomeUd somethingInsurgents g gInsurgents
Insurgents At It Work WorkRepublican WorkRepublican r rRfpubllca
Republican n insurgents flve ft of them themLave them18e themrae
Lave issued a statement st tement prepared by bySenators b bffators byrators
Senators rators Borah and Bristow in I which whichrney w1debt whichtny
rney t ny say they feel it their duty ctut to try tryt tJ7b
t b > secure ff > nre the th adoption of the u Bailey Bafleyummin Btl Baileyj y yummln
> ummin j nm ins amendment amendM t At the Ib IIIe same me time timewill tlme1Irm Umef
f will support the resolution re olutlen to tosrr tos toS
srr s m n > it I t an amendment t to the Statesf States
7 f V point out certain grounds on onB Oftj ons
s B j > < 1 1 the proposed prpo ed tax on the net earn earnf
f < f corporations is objectionable objecUo bJe and andwfcikT UMIWFJpr andWFker
wfcikT than an income levy They T sejr sejrihe enyI
1 A + ihe 1 he latter i a rt Iter would give the same samerrasrp samec me mer
rrasrp c r rp p rf t Government control over overc oyerlrratias OV5t
c trratiops t ra tio S that the other would give giveThose gtwoeThoSE gesThose
Those wr w n have agreed t thin tIaI8IT atc Mo Morr e err
rr r T of f tp t ase are Senators Senut ra BemJi BemJiJ3tov BorahB
J3tov B I sthw tflwlummtns 1 urnmlns Le 1 Toilette awl awliapp aM1p andv
1p iapp iappTAhat
TAhat v hat course co U rsc the th he hew Democrats moeI J win take takew takew1
w1 w be determined at a caucus tonis tonight tOBtorat tonightratr it itnator
orat nator r Batley has served red notice be hev bev
v > Tl 1 nght fl t 10 o make the amendment to totiie totae totae
tae Constitution onti t U t ioi provide for a gradu gradutp graduted radu radurotd
rotd tp ted < 3 tax and will give the Republican Republicanepnera JtepubllCftpliers Republicanders
pliers ders m mrp < > rp r than t they tbe bargained for forhis forhiS forh
his h is seems to foreshadow a bitter con confr OD ODt ontrversy
fr t trversy trversyI rver5TIt versy versyI
I It was w the talk today that t tM at the th < tV tVjn tes tesivn
4 ivn fl of corporation control will toad to toni toL toh
ni L rl h dtstuseion Efforts will be made madeto nwdtc de de1CI
to put teeth te t h Into this amendment when whenit
it 1 + fmes mea from the Finance Cosmntttee Cosmnttteetcder C Ctt CasndttTv4er
tcder tt fr the proposed tax there would be beCoining beh1ng
Coining 80 hlng levied on tae bonds Of a cor corAn eorI corr
r aon An effort will be made to to3Y to3f to1ave
I 1ave 3Y such uh an one imposed imposedceti tIapoeednator imposedenator
ceti nator at or Brown rown today Introduced Ii 1 the theContmtwd Utecoa theonthfld
Contmtwd coa aw on onFourte Fourth FourthWEA P Page PageWEATHE e eWEATHER
WEATHER WEA WEATHE THER REPORT REPORTdisturbance REPORTlstu
4 > disturbance d lstu Isturbnncsb has advanced to the theregion theJ theI
J dp k region and ad the middle JII1uI Mississippi Mississippiy tppt tppt1Y
1Y y from the Northwestern states statesH t8 t8has
a f < H has reused Mn unsettled weather and andn
n r lurina u rin II The t he last twentylour hours hoursre
n r re iI t upi N r r l Lake ake region re < < lon the Mlssis Mlssisi Mtaa Mtaai
i i r i and lwor WPf Ohio valleys and the theiFr thevH
0 iFr Missouri valley This TI s disturb 4u 4uf disturbr distursiTvlll
f Tvlll llI < ontlnue in its eastward arel arelt move motrer
t crossing the Atlantic Mate tItatMt t tt
t and Friday Frida attended hy 1 7 general generalpitatlon pDfttpitaCon geamilI geamilOlef
I pitatlon pitatlonoler pitaConolfrvPllther
oler olfrvPllther weather Pt her will overspread the thedie thedp theAtIantc
die Atlantic states tonight sjnd Fri Friand FrIand 7r1and
and the winds along 10 the nUMUe JatdCIeJ nUMUeinti
inti J tl I i4 < coast Mlst at will be moderate te brisk 1 brkF briskneriy 1Ik 1Ikt
t inprly neriy t rly shifting JiJifUn < < to toiwirthwsSISrIy toiwirthwsSISrIyPR northK rUn rUnJifln > Mtarty Mtartytniisht
Jifln THE DISTRrCl DISTRrClfn IsTarir IsTarirweri
weri fn tniisht niht ht and Friday FridaTnderat Fridayleratsly easier easieroderately
nderat oderately Jy southerly uthertF utheyUng wII wtoda wtodanorthwesterly da dallng
llng tu t northwesterly Friday FridaySUN FrIdayTE
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TIDE TABLE TABLEli TABLETO44y
TO44y r li tide 1JI1 720 a m and 8 p pr
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Tffilrn High Jii on tid t > 810 8 If a m an and andc anil4 < I IZlflf
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rONriTION OF HIVKRS HIVKRSHARPERS IVERSn TVB3TARPERS
HARPERS n A RPER5 FERRY w vs June 17
Bwii rivers muddy this morning
S SOCIABILITY SOCIABILITYPASS 0 ClABILITYPASS
PASS CEN GENTimes CENTimes CENTimes
Times Novel Event Attracts AttractsLargest AttractsLargest AttractsLargest
Largest Entry in Wash Washingtons Washingtons Yfashingtons ¬
ingtons Autp History HistoryNUMEROUS HistoryNUMEROUS HistoryNUMEROUS
NUMEROUS PRIZES PRIZESVILLBEAVARDED PRIZESWILL j jWILL
WILL VILLBEAVARDED VILLBEAVARDEDTwentyfiveContestants BE AWARDED AWARDEDTwenty AWARDEDTwenty4ive
Twenty TwentyfiveContestants Twenty4ive five Contestants Will Get GetSomething GetSomething GetSomething
Something to Show Showfor Showfor Showfor
for Trip TripBy TripBy TripBy
By HARRY WARD WARDOne WARDOne ARD ARDOne
One hundred h ntlred and four fOlrcars cars will participate partj43lpate par participate ¬
ticipate in The Times Tlmesf Sociability Run Bunto RunW Runin
to Great Falls on next Saturday after afternoan aftornoen afternoon
noon noanThis noenJbls noonThis
This will be the largest turnout of ofears oteS ofears
ears over seen in Washington Wasblngtonand and the thenumber theRumber thenumber
number of entries attests the popularity popularityef
of automobiling in the National Capital CapitalNever CapitalNevel CapitalNever
Never before in any automobile event eventheld eventhekl eventheld
held in this city cll has there ben more morethan morethan morethan
than twentyfive cars enteretl The Themotoring Themotoring Themotoring
motoring world has set the seal of its itsapproval itsapptOvalon itsapproval
approval apptOvalon on The Times Sociability Run Hunand Runand Runand
and nothing remains except fair weath weather ¬
er to make it an unbounded success successEverything sucoessEverything ucoe8 ucoe8EVGnthlng
Everything has been mapped out outVive outVlve outVive
Vive President Sherman has calculated calculatedthe
the time In which the run should be bemade bemade bemade
made and it has been sealed se leil ui u to b bopened be beopened beopened
opened when it will be called upon to todesignate tode todesigqato
designate de lnate the winner winnerA
A delegation d of officials of the run runmet runmel runmet
met Vice President Pre ld t Sherman at t the Ca CaDeclares CAp CApMORSE CapMORSE
MORSE WILL LABOR LABORTO LABORTO
TO SQUARE DEBTS DEBTSDeclares DEBTSDeclares
Declares He Will Find Way Wayto Yayto
to Make Money Be Before Before Before ¬
fore Trial TrialNEW TrialNBW Trialw
NEW w YORK Jw J JUiio J Attr tr r languish J laflgulahiIntheToniba j ji
i iIntheToniba S In the Tontba prison jHJ e leonfir cm rr ff months monthsxft JII8 JII8Jtls
xft 4 JUs conviction of f t bain It being blg a bank bankwfUffaer bankr banknfnn
wfUffaer nfnn r ClKaiss W iV Mnrs Wrs fotasHw o toe toektep Ie IegaJMI icekg > >
ktep gaJMI and liuaneljc ptmoJ te today UHf l at t tUQdtolai mwrfcr mwrfcrpik mbOa
pik UQdtolai Q Oa fe8Bar r2 wj wWci cV time t tThifted the theTJnited tMunUed
TJnited Stated clr cWn cWnwm cwnpr w WWt of ofwill < < appwuw appwuwwin
win decide whether wbet2s to JIT not oJt Morse te teentitled IaentiUedi isenUUd
entitled to a new trtaj isIal 11 In the mean ineantlme Jll meantime an antime
time he h te out on UWM bail bailMore hallMo bailMorsO
More Mo MorsO slept ept last l t njgfct at t his h J Ftfth Ftfthavenue JIVth8v8fttteh FVthavenuebeme
avenue 8v8fttteh 8v8ftttehme > eme me far the tbefttlitttme flrttime since sln e bfcti bfctiincarceration bt btIneare8 his hisincareeatlon
incarceration Ineare8 tion on November Nov6ll Ml I Early Earl to toSzy tofk1 toar
Szy ar fk1 hurried to the ftnanclal district districtwhere dlatrletwhei districtwhe
where whei whe 1M lie intends to open an office and andtry a amidtry d dtry
try to rehabilitate his shattered for forI fortune fortune
tune tuneI I have done surprising things In the thepeat thepBt thepant
pant said RId Hone and I expect to re reIteat repeat
peat the past performances I Ikaow don1 don1kBow dontkmiow <
kaow Mist jUst how far I shall be able to tosquare toB1111IIe tosquare
square off my debts by October since sincetht sIncethat inCfJthat
that wont give me a great deal of time timeYou timeYou timeYou
You way y rest assured that I will be beable beable beable
able to raise n e enough money mone to settt settta eetlhla
a lave I part if not all of my indebted indebtedMag Indebtedn8U
nose Mag
MagMorse Morse is as happy as fi a child over his histemporary hwtemperary histemporary
temporary freedom and Is confident that thath thatho
h ho will be granted A new trial trialDISEASE triaDISEASE trialDISEASE
DISEASE OF CATTLE CATTLETRACED CATTLETRACED CATTLETRACED
TRACED BY EXPERTS EXPERTSBlame EXPERTSBlame EXPERTSBlame
Blame Placed on Calves Used to toPropagate toPropagate toPropagate
Propagate the Vaccine VaccineVirus VaccineVirus VaccineVirus
Virus VirusIn
In a a auppienentry sBppsB entary report en n the foot footand tootaad footnnd
and mouth diseaie 4 in thte country oItPf 7JRqed 7JRqedtoday Issued Issuedtoday iu d dtoday
today the experts n fa the Bureau Bar of Ai Aimal Aidmat Jd Jdmal
mal Industry reiterate t their t r former formerstatements t ttatemenu formerstatements
statements Uiat the 1h dtaas started Ja Jathis inthi m mthis
this thi coKBtry from some calves us usto used UMIIto usedto
to propagate pro te the vaccine vim vimToe vIr1a8Tlte virusThe
Toe experts show that the vaccine vaccinevirus V3Cd V3Cdytrua vaccineyirus
virus wed u e4 on these calves contained the theI tINinfection theinfection
I infection of the foot and ant mouth mouth4IHue mouth4IHueBecDN disease diseaseBecanse diseaseBecause
Because the th disease has u undoubtedly undoubtedlybeen
been Introduced Into the United States Statesthrough State8tJalOU8h Statesthrough
through th the Importation of th the contami contaminated eotataaaJDated contendnated ¬
nated vaccine the Government has h pro provided pl pllded prGlded ¬
lded regulations to prevent the impor importation importation mPOrtatloa ¬
tation or the sale in interstate Inte1lltateiratfte Inte1lltateiratfteof traffic trafficof nffte nffteof
of vaccine virus MI contaminated with foot footand footad footand
and ad month disease dt or ether Infections Infectionscommunicable InleettouoommllnJcable infect4opcemmunicable
communicable to man manThe manon menThe
The on manufacturers of th Ute virus vlru will
hereafter be required to test It for the thepresence tbePl88eIICe theprmeftce
presence of the foot and mouth disease diseasea d dwell
a ne well as tetanus tetaaaDCI and other diseases diseasesHUMAN dl dlHUMAN dlaeap dlaeapHUMAN
HUMAN CHAIN SAVES DOG DOG8HAMOKIX DOGIlHAIOKIN DOGRHAMOKIN
8HAMOKIX Pa June 17 ITMark ITMarktroman lTMarkStresses Mark MarkStroman
Stresses Clapton CI lton Haupt aupt and Dd 5 E BYoder EYoder EYoder
Yoder miners JaIn ere discovering dl eoverlng a dog do In Ina Ina Ina
a mine hole today heroically formed formeda
a human chain and at the risk of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their lives lh rescued the canine
ENTRIES ENTRIESHURY
MARK MARKFacts
Facts About Times TimesSociability TimesSociability TimesSodabuiuty
Sociability Run RunNumber RrnNumber RunNumber
Number of entries entrles104 entrles104Time 104 104Time l04Time
Time of stnrt dnrtl 1 oclock oclockTime oclockIhne oclockTine
Time to report ni Munney Build Building DulIdIngl30 BuildIng12 ¬
ing Ingl30 Ing12 12 aO oclock oclockStart oclockStnrt oclockStart
Start from Munney Building BuIIillnprFinish BuildingFinish BuildingUlnish
Finish nt outer sate Great Falls FallsLength FallsLength nUs nUsLongth
Length of route routelO3 103 miles milesPrize Jn11e8Prize milesPrizes
Prize will 111 be awarded at 530 30 nt ntSltniBcy ntlUun atMunsey
SltniBcy lUun ey Building BuildingSpeed BulhUnSSpeed BuIldingSpeed
Speed limits tlmItRl IS tUes In city 20 20mllcK 20miles 0 0ntlle
miles on Conduit Road RoadNumber RoadSumber RoadNumber
Number Sumber of prizes prizesO prizesOThere prlzen20There 20 20There
There Trill be n meeting of f the thedrivers thedrher thedrivers
drivers and the officials of the theSociability theSocln1JlUty theSociability
Sociability Run In The Times TimesOffice TimesOffice TimesOffice
Office tomorrow Friday evening eveningat evenngat
at S oclock The official numbers numberstrill num numberswill n nniJI
trill be given out at that time timeitol timetoJ timeaol
aol toJ yesterday afternoon The data ob obtained obtained ohtamed ¬
tained the day before by the theotrielals theotrielalswho officials officialswho officialswho
who went ever > ver the route In order to toget toget toget
get the exact fllsta ttfshC ee from the Mun Munsey Munlie Munsoy
soy lie Building to Great Falls and the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average time it took to make the trip tripconsidering trIpcolUlldering tripconMderlng
considering traffic conditions and keep keeping Ieeptng keeplag ¬
lag within the speed limit was given glvonMr SienMr givenMr
Mr Sherman Using this information informationax
as a guide the Vice President set the thesecret theP8rlcMl thesecret
secret period sealed et ed It up and turned turnedit
it oVer to 0 Referee H Chad Chadwick wick Hunter HunterThe HunterTM HunterTue
The letter immediately brought the thescaled thasa thesealed
scaled sa leC envelope eD eIope to The Times office and andContinued alldContinued amidCenUnuod
Continued on Page Twelve TwelveTells TwelveGOULDS TWelveGOULDS
GOULDS WATCHMAN WATCHMANON
ON WITNESS STAND STANDTells
Tells of Seeing Plaintiff PlaintiffWhen PlaintiffWhen PlaintiffWhen
When She Had Been BeenDrinking BeenDrinking BeenDrinking
Drinking DrinkingifitW
ifitW TORK J fIlM ne 17 17Mrs Mrs Howard HowardOosrtds Howardged Rewardckt
Oosrtds alleged ged penchant penetaRtfDr for excessive excessiveisrtltagsnre oxcr exeesiveiadigesr ltsiYe ltsiYebMI
bMI isrtltagsnre in liquor was as again agalninado agalninadoe rnado rnadotl inadohIIef
tl hIIef si e f weapon we po n in her h er hU hnbandk4e hnbandk4eher husband eb 1d s 4e 4eIter < Je Jefcr
her quit t t1Gr or separation bofora boforara bOtcroO9hi
4 dr0v e PiSdedckaoa = O9hi iv WhO i t j jnlirbt 1 a anight
night ra ht Watchman iatchmsn lnnIIn at Castle Gould from fromSeptember fromSeptember fromseptember
September to December laOO and from fromFebruary CromFebruar fromFebruary
February Februar to November 1007 was the thefirst thefirt thefirst
first witness wftne today He said that he hesaw he8W hesaw
saw Mrs gould under the influence of ofliquor ofliquor ofliquor
liquor on November 7 1906 1906He 1006He 1ti06He
He testified te ttfted that he was making his hisrounds hisrounds hisrounds
rounds on the night nI ht of November 7 7and 7aDd 7and
and discovered a ftre In the kitchen kitchengarden kItchengarden kitchengarden
garden thirty feet from the gas house houseACrs houseMrs honeeMrs
Mrs Gould came from the fire he said saidand eeldAnd saidand
and entered the kitchen calling him to toher toher toher
her later lat It we wee during dailn the conver conversation converdon convereadon ¬
sation don in the kttcncn n that he discovered discoveredthat discoveredthat discoveredthat
that she had been drinking he testi testified testlfted teetifled ¬
fled He said she he was wa angry and ex excited oxcited IX IXdUd ¬
cited and asked ked him hi many man trifling triflingquestions triflingqueedou triflingquestloni
questions about himself himselfFrederickson hlmaelCFredet1c1aton hlmielFrederickson
Frederickson was not crossexam crossexamined CI06Sexamloed crossexamtoed ¬
toed inedLOO loedLOG toedLOO
LOO OF THE RANGER RANGERIS
IS FOUND IN RELICS RELICSRecord RELICSRecord RELICSRecord
Record of John Paul Jones Ship ShipDiscovered ShipDiecovered ShipDiscovered
Discovered Among Lawyers LawyersPossessions LawyersPossessions LawyersPossessions
Possessions PossessionsBOSTON PossessionsB06TON Possessionssorow
BOSTON June 17 ITQuite Quite by accident accidentthere aocklenttlMre aocldentthere
there has Just been discovered among amongrelics amongr amongrifles
relics r left by the late Trastus Perry PerryJewel PerryTewei PerryJewel
Jewel a Laconla CN N H lawyer lawyerscholar 13wyer8Cholar lawyerscholar
scholar and collector the log of John JohnPaul JOluPaul JohnPaul
Paul Jones ship the Ranger the first firstvessel firstT8II8eI firstvbssel
vessel of the American navy navyThe nvyTh navyThe
The Th find is Quo of the grealeet his historic historic histone ¬
toric value ExSenator Chandler has hastaken baatakea hastaken
taken steps to secure it for the archives archivesof rchlvesot
of the Navy Department DepartmentThe
The beginning of the log appears to tob toIII tobe
b be < In the handwriting of Paul Jones JonesbiuMsif JOIIeShtQllelf
MmeU and shows that before he went wentto wentto wentto
to France he made several trips to clear clearthe clearthe clearthe
the northern Atlantic of British Brit1 b priva privateers pmateEn prirgleers ¬
teEn and to do a little privateering him himself hlmMIl himeelf ¬
self Lieut Elijah Elfj h Haft Hall of the Ranger nger
In the log 10j gives a graphic description d8 ft1pUon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the remarkable Ranger RangerFORESTER RangerFORESTER RangerFORESTER
FORESTER FOX DEAD DEADALBANY DEADALBANY DEADALBANY
ALBANY J2C 17 iCol Col v William F FFox FFox FFox
Fox State superintendent of forests forestsdied fore forestsdied bJ bJdied
died at his b Jt1Ie > ma here after a long ni nines IIjnose ¬
nes 0 nose He was connected with State Statafor Stataforeetr for forestry foreetry ¬
estry eetr work since nee JIM He served in the thecivil thecivil thecivit
civil was w as captain cp lJn major and lieu
tentant colonel of the One Hundred and
Seventh New York Volunteers He HeaurvlvNl is issurvived Issurvived
survived by a widow and one son Dr
Charles S Fox of Lehtgh Leh h University Univer tty
CANNON RECALL DAY DAYBoston DAYOF DAYOF
OF BATTLE ON HILL HILLBoston HILLBoston
Boston Celebration Starts With Unheralded Incident Incidentffiien Incidenthen IncidentWhen
When hen Sto Stock k of Fireworks Explodes ExpiodcsEIec ExpiodcsEIectrcaI Elec ElectricalParade
1 irical tricalParade Parade Planned This Evening E ven ng
BOSTON June 17 17BooIDia Booming < < cannon cannonfuries caaao cannonunfurled > a afurl
unfurled furies furl flags the tread of military and andcfvtc andclvc lid lidetytc
cfvtc organtaatione UOll and music ale of many manybond manybe manybonds
bond be today heralded by I F the Bay Ba State Statethat Statotat St Stthat
that at the one hundred and thirtyfourth thirtyfourthanniversary thirtyfourthannlvenry thirtyfourthanniversary
anniversary of the battle of Bunker BunkerHill BunkerHill BunkerWI
Hill had arrived and the populace p pulace from fromhai fromChaiestown fromhaiiesIowfl
Chaiestown hai iestown to the Berkshire set abojt abojtto
i to enjoy what mi hat In many reaper t is e tin tinstated t mtat IP IPtatfod
stated tat d and meet t generally Aerl1y vt Q onpd onpdbolida rvpi rvpiholiday
holiday io a this section sectionTons sectionTone ectIODTOM
Tons of nreworks spread their dJn on onthe onthe onthe
the air a gr great < > stt military parade was wasviewed wasvlewed wasviswed
viewed at Bunker Hill Monument This ThiSl
l
evening event and Del tonight t a an eJMtrtaal pa parade parade pared ¬
rade red miles long 1011 with floats symbolic symbolicof
of the birth of Independence will cHmax
the tb holiday holidayThe holl4a7he hoIIda7The
The he general celebrstkm started slight ¬
ly earlier th this year hut in an II Impromptu Impromptumanner Impr Impromptumannr RtPtu RtPtumannpr
manner mannerA
A stok mto k of fireworks In the store of ofMrs ofMi
Mrs Mi ViVlrii Wl h Charlestown in
some someHHMIT someRr
HHMIT Rr igniter i nitfr tt t oclock thtemuniing tbtJtmulJ ng
Spilt Jrl Idw w IIllt ijt H1 1h h < tront front of th the b building > F
Poilc carried eght ght persons to safety
from the th tiire tilrfftory timreitorv fctory structure I du duIr duIrthe during iric
the limo fir whidi followed Mr Welchs Welchsaccidental WelchsCeIctent4L elch 8 8cdctcntal
accidental cckbration CC1 bration
WHOLE CITY PAYS PAYSHONOR PAYSHONOR
HONOR TO RIGHTS WRIGHJSNoise RIGHTSNoise
Noise and Acclaim Greet GreetBrothers GreetBrothers GreetBrothers
Brothers on Home HomeComing HomeComing HomeComing
Coming Day DayREVIEW DayREVIEy DayREVIEW
REVIEW OF TROOPS TROOPSPROGRAM TROOPSPROGRAM TROOPSPROGRAM
PROGRAM FEATURE FEATUREAuto FEftTUREI I
Auto Carrying Aeronauts Forces ForcesWay ForcesWay ForcesWay
Way Through Clamoring ClamoringMob
Mob of Citizens CitizensFORAKER Citi Citien4a Citien4PORAKER eit eitIJ
IJ IJFORAKER
FORAKER RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONPROVIDING R RESO1UTION RESO1UTIONPROVIDING SOLUTIONPROVIDNG
PROVIDING MEDALS MEDALSRESOLVED MEDALSRESOLVED MEDALSRESOLVED
RESOLVED That In recognition recognitionand
and appreciation of the great srreatservice grentservice greatservicci
service Orville O 1l Wright right and Wilbur WilburWright WIlburrSght Vl1burVrlght
Wright rSght of Ohio Ohio rendered the thescience thescience ftcscience
science rt t aerial navigation in the theInvention theInentlol1 theInvention
Invention of the WrlRht rllbt aero aeroplane aeroplnue neroplane ¬
plane wiI pn for their ability cour courage courngeft courage ¬
age ngeft nxSd d success in navigating the thenlr tbeair theair
air the Secretary Se retnr o of War Vnr be and andhe nndbe andlie
he hereby la authorized pad di directed dIrected directed ¬
rected to cause to be truck and andpresented Dndpre andpresented
pre presented ented to Orvllle Wright and andWilbur nndVUbur antiVIThur
Wilbur Wright right appropriate gold goldmednlB goldD1ednls goldmedals
medals with Hultnblc emblems emblemsdevices embleJ11JlllcJce emblemsdevices
devices and InHCriptlons InHcriptlonsJolnt InHcriptlonsJolntresolntlon InscriptionnJOifltresolution Joint Jointresolution
resolution of Congress Introduced Introducedby Intr < > 1ueed 1ueedby
by Senator Forakcr pawned by both bothhotiscM bothhousell bothhoLlies
hoLlies and signed by b President PresidentRoosevelt Prealdentnoo PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt noo eelt ainrch 4 1000 1000DAYTON 1DODDAYTON 1900DAYTON
DAYTON Ohio June 17 l1Xhls This Is IsBright IsWt1ght isWright
Bright Day In Dayton and while the theelder theelder theelder
elder citizens are shaking hands and andpinning andpinning andpinning
pinning badpus on distinguished visitors visi visitors visItore ¬
tors the younger ones are firing guns gunspounding gunspounding gunspounding
pounding anvils shooting firecrackers firecrackersblowing firecrackersblowing firecrackersblowing
blowing whistles wh1 t1es and straining their theirvoices theirvoIces Theirvoices
voices voicesAs voIcesAa voicesAs
As far as the noisy phase of the cele celebration celebration celebratlon ¬
bration In honor of Wilbur and Orvlllp OrvlllpWright Orvl11pWrlglt OrvillpWright
Wright Is concerned It was all planned plannedwith plannedwith j jwith
with malice aforethought by jnemoerSj jnemoerSjof members membersot
of the oommltteo who are directing the thetask thetask thetask
task of Informing the kings of th air airthey airthey airthey
they are appreciated by their fellow fellowtownsmen f fellowtownsmen l1ow l1owtownsmen
townsmen Several days ago agothey < they ar arranged arran arranged ¬
ranged ran g ed with all aJ 1 the tho e factorioajto facto ri Ga blow blpwtheir b19Wtheir blowtheir
their whUt4 m tI s aecnpdlng u lIng tgedmle tgedmletinder i5fe rfnl rfnlTinder d J JUJtd8Uls
Tinder UJtd8Uls this arrwlteroentr arrwlteroentrbC a arjonment It1ent aWastho aWasthoox < as asin
bC lr Jn jt iro ijfaajerlejwwore a onr ex exhausted exhausted oxbausted ¬
hausted another an ther dozen took up the re relief Telief islie ¬
lief liefThree lie I
Three speeches 8Paecla none of them over overfive ovort1ve overve
five ve minutes In length Jon tR in Van Cleve ClevePark ClevePark CievePark
Park this tk morning and a arevlow review of the theFederal thelooer theFederal
Federal 1 and an nd State troops and an exhibi exhibition exhlbldon exhihition ¬
tion parade by the fire department departmentscheduled departmentsc departmentscheduled
scheduled sc ooaied for late this afternoon were werethe werethe werethe
the only serious features fet r8S of the cele celebration celebration colebratlon ¬
bration
Ride in Auto AutoEscorted AutoEscoited lutoE
E Escorted rted by a big reception commit committee committee committee
tee Wilbur and ad Orvllle Wright rode to toVan toVan toVaa
Van Clove Pars Pa in ajj ar automobile that thathad thatkad thathad
had to force Its way through jams of ofhumanity ofkumantty ofhumanity
humanity that blocked the downtdwn downtdwnI downtdwnstrets downtdwnstreits
I streets Squads el t police walked on oneither oneither oneither
either side of the machine ma hlne and held heldback heldback heldback
back the crowds crow restraining an occa occaslonal oecaonat occasionni
slonal onat overenthusiastic Individual from fromboarding frombOcU fromboarding
boarding bOcU l the auto to shako hands with withthe with1he withthe
the brothers brothersAn brol brothersAn en enAa
An impersonator of Jonathan Dayton Daytonfounder Daytonfounder Daytonfounder
founder of the city escorted e eorted Continental Continentali Continentalsoldiers
i soldiers sold heralds members of the th city citycooRdI cityceuncil
i council board of education city of officiate of1Ida ortidal ¬
tidal 1Ida members of the Wright Brothers BrothersHome BrothersHeme BrothersHome
Home Celebration Committee opened openedthe openedtile openedthe
the ceremonies ceremoniesTributes ceremoniesTributes ceremoniesTributes
Tributes for Brothers BrothersAll
All the remarks at the park were ere di directed dlrected direeLed ¬
rected toward t v8rd Wilbur and Orville OrvllleWright Orvillevrlght OrvilleWright
Wright Earn M Kuhns president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city council greeted them first rim PJJDaytons PSuDAytftl rimDaytons
Daytons two most distinguished sons sonsi SonsPresident 50n8PrMl4er1t
i President Leopold L8O OId Realm of the Dayton Daytonchamber Daytonc Daytonchamber
chamber c fmber of commerce tried to Impress Impresson
< on the brothers how proud the city of ofDayton oron ofDayton
Dayton on is with them as favorite sons sonsi sonsWe
i We e admire you for your accomplish accompUsheither accomplisheither h heither
either side of 0 the machine and holding holdingyour holdingyour holdingyour
your extreme modesty mo eety and true Ameri American American Anmerican ¬
can spirit spiritConrad spI siirltCoazu4 tit titCon
Conrad Con d H Schmidt told ot the days dayswhen daswhen dayswhen
when both Wilbur and Orvllle were pu pupils pupil pupUs ¬
pUs pil in the Dayton schools schoolsTell schoolsTell schoolsTell
Tell of School Days DaysWttbur DaysW1I DaysWilbur
Wilbur W1I r Wright last night presided at ata ata ata
a dinner of The Club of Ten Boys Boyswhich Boyswhleh Boyswhieb
which wa was organized by him and his hisbrothers hisbrot hisbroihere
brothers brot h nJ ReueMin and Lorin twenty twtmtythr twontythr twentythre
thr thre e years ago and of which he is now nowpresident nowprwent flOwpresident
president presidentAt
At the time of organization Orvilis OrvilisWright 01111eWright OrviltsWright
Wright wan under the ago limit for formembership tormem forinembsbip
membership mem lr Nine of the ton charter chartermembers charterm8mMII chartermembers
members are still Ill In the club They Theymeet Theymeet Theymeet
meet at least once a year ear All Al were werepresent wereJaM werepresent
present last light lightBaron QlghtDemn eight13aron
Baron Takahira the Japanese ambasuter ambasador ambas ambassador ¬
sador uter will arrive In Dayton tonight to torepresent toJ8Dre torefiresetit
represent J8Dre nt Japan at the celebration celebrationWRIGHT celebrationWRIGHT celebrationWRIGHT
WRIGHT BROTHERS BROTHERSRECEIVE BROTHERSRECEIVE BROTHERSRECEIVE
RECEIVE DEGREE DEGREERICHMOND DEGREERICHMOND DEGREEEICHtOND
RICHMOND Ind June 17 17Barlham 17BarlhamCoIJ 7BarlhamCollege Berlham BerlhamCollege
College CoIJ of this place pl ee has conferred the thedegree thed thedegree
degree d of bachelor of science 8C1 ce on Wilbur Wilburand Wilburand Wllburand
and Orville Wright WJt < < ht The Wright broth brothers brqtqel8 brothem ¬
ers received their early rly education edu tlon in thte thteInstitution tbllllnatttution thisinstitution
Institution
Osiris Prize Divided DividedPARIS DividedPAlUSo DividedPAFJS
PARIS June 17 17The The Drench rench Institute Institutehas InstituteAu Institutehss
has divided the Osiris prise prbtof of 80060 80060far UO 2oOdofar O Of
far f contributions to tha progress of ofaviation orlktle ofaviation
aviation lktle between Bleriot an aeronaut aeronautand aeronautad aeronautamid
and ad Gabriel Volsln an aeroplane manu manufacturer manufacturer menufacturar ¬
facturer
German Balloon Falls FallsZHITOMIR FallsZHITOftIIlt FallsZFrITOMflt
ZHITOMIR Russia R June 17 nA A bal balloon balloOn halloon ¬
loon carrying two German officers drop dropped dropped dropPod ¬
ped to the earth rth near hare one of the theoeeupants theoecupIiU theoeuPntsbeln
oeeupants oeuPntsbeln being severely vrel injured injuredCHOLERA InjuredCHOLERA InjuredCHOLERA
CHOLERA IN RUSSIA RUSSIAST
ST PETJBRSBURa PJITzR BURG June 17 11Twenh 11Twenhtwo Twenty Twentytwo
two new cases of cholera and twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four wuspecteri ll U8pe < tft cases were entered at atthe atI atthe
the municipal hOilplt hospitals l during the thetwentyfour thetwpnttour thetwentyfour
I twentyfour hours ended at noon to today tod toIt today ¬
day d
It
I L BRIDE OF OFENGLlSHM ENGLISHMAN N I
MRS RONALL FRENCH FRENCHFormerly J 1RENCHFormerly RENCHFQrmerly
Formerly Miss Ida Wynne yn1e Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert J Wynne
J i i iMISS
MISS WYNNE BRIDE BRIDEOF BRIDEoi
OF oi RONALD RONALDFRENCH RONALDFRENCHDaughter FRENCH FRENCHDaughter
Daughter of Former Consul ConsulGeneral ConsulGenera ConsulGeneral
General to London LondonWedded LondonWedded LondonWedded
Wedded Today TodayJjQKDPNr TodayLO TodayLODQr
JjQKDPNr LO ON Jn 1 j < 17 4IIes Mtas VJtdjt 1d jtL M MWynne 31Wyano
Wynne daughter dA gh t r of Robert R o1e t J JVyUI JVyUIthe 1 0i 0itho rm rmtho
tho retiring American consul gyjjferal gIji raI raIas j jwas
was as marrtadtJn man1 tJn the Bromptcn Oratory Oratoryi Or Oratorytoday tory torytoday
i today to Lieut LI ut Hugh Renuld French Frenohrof Ffenohor
of the Seventh Dragoon Guards GuardsOnly cuardsOnly uardsOnly
Only the immediate families and a afew afew afew
few Intimate friends riendil witnessed the theceremony theceremony
ceremony ceremonyMiss ceremonM1ts ceremonyMiss
Miss Wynne Wmne7p3 J given away by byher byher byher I
her father ana on i ° attended by her herulster herslstel hersister
ulster Ruth RuthA
A reception was given at the Savoy SavoyHotel SavoyHotel SavoyHotel
Hotel HotelCLUB HotelCLUB HotelCLUB
CLUB WILL DECIDE DECIDEUPON DECIDEUPON DECIDEUPON
UPON SITE TONIGHT TONIGHT1 TONIGHT1Golfers i iGolfers I IGolfers
Golfers to Hold Meeting at atleigh Ra Raleigh ¬
leigh and Take Definite DefiniteAction DefiniteAction DefiniteAction
Action ActionA
I A definite decision regarding reg rdlng the new neweito newElite nowsite
Elite of the Columbia Golf Club will be bereached bereached
1 reached at a meeting of the club to be beheld b bheld behold
held at the Raleigh Hotel Wednesday WednesdayI Wednesdayventng Wednesdayevening
I evening June 0 Two Twoslte sites are under underI undercondera1Ion underconsideration
I consideration and both have their advo advocates advocates advocates ¬
cates There Is a difference of about
33090 33 In the value of the two sites sltosz the theestimated theMUmated theestimated
estimated value of the Chevy Chase Chaseproperty dbaseproperty nse nseproperty
property being 125000 as against a againstfor alnst 88000 88000for 86006for
for the other site siteUpon siteUpon tte tte1pon
Upon motion of Benjamin Woodruff Woodruffat
at thq th meeting last night a a committee committeeof
of twelve was appointed each of whom whomwas whomwu whomwas
was delegated to personally interview interviewtwentyfive Interviewtentyftve interviewtweedyfive
twentyfive members cof of the club In re regard rega1d regard ¬
gard to the advisability of selecting selectingeither selectingdither I Ilther
either of the two sites sj an4 d at thesame thesametime the sam samtime sametime
time to solicit subscriptions to t flnance flnancethe Inanccthe minC
the enterprise enterpriseDANA enterpriseDANA euterprieDANA I
DANA ESTES DIES DIESBOSTON DJEBOSTON I IBOSTON
I Iof
BOSTON June 17 17Dtl 17Dana Dana Ester E t head headof headof aad
of the publishing pub lshlng nrm of Dana Estea EsteaCompany EstaCompany I ICompany
Company a traveler and writer of note notedied notedied I Idied
died suddenly at his home In Brookline Brookllneaged Brooklineaged i iaged
aged sixtynine He leaves a widow and andtwo andtwo
two children I
BRITISH OPPOSE OPPOSELOANS OPPOSELOANS
LOANS TO CHINA CHINAU CHINAUnexpected
Unexpected U Snag Develops Developsin
in Plans of American Bank BankIng Banking Banking
Ing Syndicate SyndicatejBtnbn6l3ie Syndicateil SyndicateesQt
esQt il Tnnk1Zj7neected ed iio iion1fIiith 101 101on
jBtnbn6l3ie n1fIiith on the paWcipatibn p i rclp tlon t otthe > t the Amar AmarIcan Amorfean AthnrIcan
Ican Banking bnt klng syndicate In the Chinese Chineseloan ChlnesI09n ChIneseloan
loan of 27000000 for t r the construction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the HankowSzaChuen Railway Ra lwn devel developed developed developed
oped today in the British foreign office officeThe ameeThe officeThe
The foreign office took up uJ ii the con conslderatlon consldoratlon i iof
slderatlon of Ambassador Reids repre reprei representationa i isentaUons
i sentatlons which were made In accord accordance accordance ¬
ance with Instructions from Washing Washington ¬
ton While no formal decision was wasreached washed wasreahed
reached hed the consensus of opinion In the theforejgn theforeign theforeign
foreign office was that America had hadslept hadon hadaleDt
slept on her rights and that it was wasnow wasnlw wasnow
now too late to reopen negotiations negotiationsAdvices negotlatlonsMvce negotiationsMvlcee
Advices from Pekln Indicate that the thei theAlrican thenrican
i AU Alrican nrican > > rican syndicate will get Its share of oftii oftan oftho
tii tho nan tan despite the opposition of the thefign therigru
fign jgn office The Chinese Govern Government GoernDient Governnient ¬
ment has said it would refuse to ratify ratifythe ratifyhe
the loan unless unle s the American claim is isadmitted IsadmittedwhIch Iaadmittedwhich
admitted admittedwhIch which claim is based on a awritten awritten awritten
written agreement that dates back to toIlltf ton
Illtf n lot The English German and French Frenchf Frenchelgn
f < reign diplomats In Peking though un unfavorable unfaorable unfavorable ¬
favorable to the Inclusion of the Amer American AmerIcan American ¬
ican bankers have intimated that it itwould Itwould itwould
would be unwise for their home institu institutions institutions Institutions ¬
tions to object further furtherTAMMANY furtherTAMMANY furtherTAMMANY
TAMMANY CHARITABLE CHARITABLENew
New YORK June 17 17The The executive executivecommittee encuUvecommIttee executivecommittee
committee ot Tammany Hall has voted votedto votedto votedto
to assess each district in Manhattan and andthe andthe andthe
the Brorx P00 800 to raise a fund for the thewidow th6tdow theuldow
widow and children of the late Magis Magistrate Magistrate Magistrate ¬
trate James J 7 Walsh The resolution resolutionwas resolutionwas
was presented by Charles F Murphy MurphyThe MurphyThe MurphyThe
The executive committee will add 900 900to 100 100to 100to
to the fund It was also als voted to ap appoint appolnt appoint ¬
point a committee of three thr to arrange arrangewith ariangewith
with the different boroughs for the rep represomatlon raprestuation represnaUon
resomatlon at the th next mayoralty ma Qra1ty con conventiou conventl conventioi
ventiou ventl
AUTO KILLS BOY BOYBINGHAMTON BOYBINGHAlTo BOYBINGHAMTON
BINGHAMTON N Y June 17 17George 17GGorg 17Goorge
George D Winkler eleven aevon son of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George H Winkler was Instantly killed killedunder killedLInder killedunder
under a large seeing Binghampton Binghamptonautomobile Binghamptona Binghamptonautomobile
automobile a The car was filled with withG FithG
G A R veterans who are attending attendingthe
the State encampment here
BLOW AT MIGHTY ARM ARMOF ARMOF ARMOF
OF DRAMA SYNDICATE SYNDICATEP
P Gibson Spells Success for Young Playwrights PlaywrightsMarket PlaywrightsMarketshows PlaywrightsMarketShows
Market Marketshows hows Slump at Offices of D B O X H HA HA HA
A E C F A Tf T and E W
Plainly Its now up to Mr D BamBoo Belaecothe Belascothe BamBoothe
the wellknown spotlight sp tUght promoter Herr HerrHammentein HerrHammeratein HerrHammerstein
Hammentein the Impresario of Thirty Thirtyfourth Tltlrtyfourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street and M > L Erlanger the t 8 fa famous famOUli famoos ¬
moos conservator of public morals to toget toget toget
get busy Their muchadvertised ed pre prerogative prerugatlve prerogative ¬
rogative to have dun dumped P d before them thfemall th6mall themeli
all the manuscripts on on o this side 1d of the theAtlantic theAtIntlc theAtlantic
Atlantic ccean n is in danger and In this thisthrilling thisthrtJUnlr thisthrlillng
thrilling drama of real life a Washing WashingtonJan WaahingtDnlan Washingtonian
tonJan represents repre nt8 danger da er Hist blot blothist hlethlst histhist
hist histMr
Mr Preston Pre toft QibeoH society man base baseball ba baseball e ebAll ¬
ball player play litterateur and nd playwright playwrightwnose playwrightwnose playwrightwnose
wnose drama Success is now run running running running ¬
ning at a Washington Wa hington theater has hascome hucome hascome
come to the front to save the innocent innocentrider Innoeentrlnel innocentrider
rider of Pegasus from the dutch ot the therapacious therapaoiou therapacious
rapacious readers of plays > > 1y in New York Yorkwho Yorkw Yorkwho
who w have thrown away awa so many thou thousands thouslUldt thousends ¬
sands of perfectly good o d dramas It Ithas Itbaa Ithas
has come to be common talk that unless unleiuione unl unlhas unlessone
one has a pull one cant get a play pro produced proIe proltced ¬
duced Ie and has caused stories about HOW HOWEugene Stow StowuJne howugene
Eugene uJne Walters alters the famous fa motU uplifter of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the stage and Al H Woods W0 d8 Gussie GussieThoms GUlJ8iThomas GussleThomas
Thomas and other great men almost almostmisd almOlltmipa almostmissed
missed mipa d fame and airioleonB cn account accountof
I of the th ack a k of nteiiigeiCf of a man manapfr mani manager
i apfr in Now TjVk k am an had to walk waJkr walkotr vallcpfcC I
pfcC r from State tatei Island to Maohattan
and eat at Childs and rUlE in the sub subway subRY subway ¬
way RY and do other horrible things thingsPlays thingsPI thingsPlays
Plays PI s road and fully criticised criticisedProductions critlclsedProductlons criticisedProductions
Productions guaranteed if manu manuscripts IPfUlUscripts ipanuscripts ¬
scripts warrant warrantPRESTON
PRESTON GIBSON GIBSONColorado GIBSONColorado GIBSONColorado
Colorado Building BuildingSo
So reads an advertisement in the thaWashington th thVaehln theWashington
Washington Vaehln ton newspapers In tailing tailingabout tellingabout tollingabout
about his contemplated move Mr Gib Gibson Gfb80n Gtheon ¬
son says that if there Is merit In a amanuscript amanuscript amanuscript
manuscript the lucky author will se secure secure socure ¬
cure a production which will thus open opena
a field for dramatists which has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been touched In this city and those thosewho thoMwho thosewho
who are Interested in drama will no
doubt submit manuscripts to Mr Gib Gibsons Glbons Gibsons ¬
sons play bureau bureauIts bureauIts bureauIts
Its really a play bureau for unknown unknownauthors unknownauthors unknownauthors
authors Mr Gibson says It is to be befound beround befound
found In Room 9S6 15 Colorado Building Buildingaqd BuildingaQd Buildingaijd
aqd can be reached easily by one ex exMr exPN84 oxpress
press and two garden variety elevators elevatorsMr
Mr Gibsons name appears In the dl directory dlrtctory dlrectory ¬
rectory of the building bulldln but as yet he hehas hehas hehas
has not appended play bureau to It ItMr itMr ItMr
Mr Gibson was not at the office this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning so probably the anamored of ofPegasus ofPegasus ofPegasus
Pegasus In this city havent learned learnedabout learnedabout learnedabout
about hiS bureau yet But when h8n D B Bsn BHut Band
sn Hut l O H and A E and C F and A T Tand Tand Tand
and E W and the rest over in New NewYork NewYork
York hear the news there will bQ wall waillug
nQ doubt
CZAR ANDWILLIAM ANDWILLIAMMEET ANDILLIAMMEET
MEET ABOARD SHIP SHIPTO SHIPTO SHIPTO
TO TALK POLITICS POLITICSAll
All Europe Regards Confer Conference Gonference infer inference ¬
ence as Fraught With WithDeep WithDeep ViihDeep
Deep Significance SignificanceFEAR SigniHcanceFEAR SignificanceFEAR
FEAR FATHERLAND FATHERLANDMAY
MAY BE ASCENDANT ASCENDANTBreak
1 1Break
Break Is Scented in Alliance Be Between Between Between ¬
tween Russia France Francetnd FrancetndEngland and andEngland andEngland
England EnglandST
ST PETERSBURG Russia RusslaJUne June 17 17Cray liCr8 1LCia
Cray Cia Nicholas and Emperor WI1 WI1lirm > Vil Villifm Vilham
lifm ham today met In the Gulf of Finland Finlandaboard Finlandabonrd Finlandaboard
aboard the German imperial yaoht yaohtHbhraizollern yaohtHohinzollern aoht aohtHo
Hbhraizollern Ho zollern The Th meeting between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two rulers which It Is expected will willhave wUlllaVe willhave
have great bearing on o future European Europeanpolitics Europea41politics EuropeanpolIt1cs
politics was attended by much pomp pompand pompand pompand
and ceremony and was as far from rom the themere themere themere
mere friendly rtendl visit Indicated in pre preliminary preUmfnary proliminary ¬
liminary reports reportsAs reportsAs
As proof that politics will furnishthe furnishthe furnish furnishthe
the chief topic of discussion is the fact factthai factthat
that the Czar Is accompanied by Pre Premier Premier ¬
mier Stolypln Minister of Foreign Af Affairs Atfairs ¬
fairs Iswolsky Count Pourtales the theGeryran theGerTan theGerran
Geryran ambassador to Rusia and andthe andthe andthe
the Gv GMInan < rman military and naval attaches attacheswhile attacheswhUe attacheswhile
while Foreign Minister Von Schoen and andother andother andother
other close advisers of the Kaiser are arein areIn arein
in the lattrrs suite suiteThe suiteTho suiteThe
The meeting took place In Pltlklua PltlkluaBay PltikluaBay PIt1kIuaBay
Bay a small Inlet on the Southern Southerncoast Southerncoast Southerncoast
coast of Finland about sixty miles from fromSt frontSt
St Petersburg Both royal yachts were wereunder wereunder wereunder
under an escort or warships and as the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two squadrons appeared salutes in inhonor inhonor inhonor
honor of the rulers were fired firedKaiser firedKaiser firedKaiser
Kaiser Awaits Coming ComingThe ComingThe ComingThe
The Czar embarked en a steam launch launchand launchand launchand
and sped across the bay to the Hohen Hohenzollcrn HohenzoUorn Hobenzollern
zollcrn on the deck of which the K Kier Kierstood aer aerstood er erstood
stood ready to embrace him himIt himIt himIt
It Is uncertain how long the rulers rulerswill rulerswill rulerswill
will bs b together though thq th visit is isscheduled isscheduled Isscheduled
scheduled to last until Saturday TheN Therawill Therewill
will 111 be two great state banquets one oneaboard oneaboard oneaboard
aboard each of the Imperial yachts yachtsThough Y yachtsThough lahtS lahtSThoush
Though the Kaiser la visiting Russian Russianwaters Rwlslanwaters Russianwaters
waters on the tb Invitation 1nvt t1on of the Czar Czartodays Czartodays Czartodays
todays meeting mee ng was really r ny proposed < by bytha bythe
the Kalsjav KAJft 1p who Wh Is desirous pf restoring i
the thet format mt friendly xelattongib xelattoqalwn xelattoqalwnRussIa re1atIoJl hR t3 an anRussla n nRussa
RussIa naiL ani Germany G nnany relatfons relaUo wnfclifor wnfcli Whinbfor hrch hrchfor
for a time seemed endangered as a a re result result iscult ¬
sult of Germanys coup in the th recent recentBalkan recentBalkan recentBalkan
Balkan dispute < when she forced Russia Russiato Russiato
to accept the German4U3trian pro program program program ¬
gram gramThe gramThe gramThe
The meeting with the Czar Is but one onelink onelink onelink
link In the chain of efforts the Kaiser Kaiseris
is making to establish the absolute su supremacy supremacy supremacy ¬
premacy of Germany In Europe EuropeSuspicions EuropeSuspicions EuropeSuspicions
Suspicions Aroused ArousedGermany ATonsedGermany ArousedGermany
Germany regards with 1th deepest deepeststL deepeststLcion SUA SUAclon suadon
don the new tripartite entente betW betWi betWiEngland i iEngland = i iEngland
England Russia and France and r rcent J Jcent rcant
cent acts of hers have given rise rls to tae taesuspicion toilsuspicion t tsuspicion
suspicion that the Kaiser Is soaking to toalienate toall toalhmate
alienate all Qate both Russia and France from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this union and attach them to her own ownconstellation ownconstollation ownconstellation
constellation of powers powersIn
In hort Germany In the opinion f floading flAadhtg flending
loading Russian diplomats Is seeking seekingto
to substitute her own supremacy for forThat forthe forthe
the present domination of England EnglandThat EnglandThat
That overtures to this end will be bemade bemade bemade
made In the meeting now in progress progressbetween progressbetveen progressbetween
between two rulers no one denies The Thesituation Thesituation Thesituation
situation Is not altogether pleasing to toRussia toRussia toRussia
Russia who would like to maintain the thefriendliest thefriendlleat thefriendliest
friendliest relations with England but butwho butwho butwho
who through strees of national weak weakness weakness weakness ¬
ness is forced to throw her support to towhatever towhatever towhatever
whatever power seems most likely to togain togain togain
gain the ascendancy And this power powertoday powertotlay powertoday
today appears to tobe be Germany GermanyRUSSIAN GermanyRUSSIAN GermanyRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN WARSHIP WARSHIPFIRES WARSHIPfiRES WARSHIPFIRES
FIRES ON ENGLISH ENGLISHST
ST PETERSBURG June 17 17A A report reporthas reporthas reporthas
has just reached here that a Russian Russiantorpedo Russiantorpedo Russiantorpedo
torpedo boat one of the flotilla acting actingAS
AS escort for the imperial yacht Stand Standart Standart Standart
art upon which the Czar made the tripto trip tripto tripto
to the Gulf of Finland ftre first on the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British steamship Northburg Captain CaptainRobertson CaptainRobertliOn CaptainRobertson
Robertson for or approaching too close to toPikipaw toPlklpew toPiklpaw
Pikipaw bay a where the Czar and Kaiser Kaiserare KaIserare Kaiserare
are exchanging exc anglng visits visitsThe visitsThe vimiltsThe
The Northburg was fired upon last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night after the Russian boat bad hailed hailedher halledher hailedher
her and warned her not to approach approachany
any nearer The shell struck one of ofthe otth ofthe
the th steampipes of the Northburg and andan andan amytan
an English sailor was injured injuredThe InjuredThe InjuredThe
The naws of the affair whit whicxt a Is be being beIng betog ¬
ing rigidly censored has o occasioned In Intense intense intense ¬
tense excitement throughout t the th capital capitalwhere capitaJwhere capitalwhere
where It is feared the th facts may be besuch besucb besuch
such as to bring on the most serious In International Intttrnatl Intornatlonat ¬
ternational tttrnatl nal complications
3000000 LOBSTERS LOBSTERSALBANY LOBSTERSALnANY LOBSTERSALBANY
ALBANY June 17 17Report3 Reports have been beenreceived benreceived beenreceived
received by State FIsh Culturist CulturlstDean CulturlstDeanof Bean Beanof Deanof
of the State forest fish and game gamedepartment gamedepertment gamedepartment
department from the employee of o the theCold theCold theCold
Cold Spring Harbor Hatchery on Long LongIsland LongIsland LongIsland
Island saying that they bad succeeded succeededin
in hatching 3000000 lobsters in the float floating 1108tIng floatIng ¬
ing boxes at Montauk Point and that thatprobably thatprobably thatprobably
probably the entire take this season seasonwoukl seasonwould seasonwould
would aggregate aggrega 6000000 000001 Reports were werereceived werereceived ere erereceived
received also of g production this yearat year yearof yearf
of f millions of edible blue crabs from the theK th tha thetme
K tme me a hatchery on Long Island IslandWhat IsandWhat IslandWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
IN THE SENATE SENATEPrint SENATEPrint SENATEPrint
Print paper and wood pulp are taken up upby upby upby
by the Senate SenateSenator SenateSenator SenateSenator
Senator Brown of Nebraska offers offersamendment ottersamendment offersamendment
amendment for free print paper and andaddresses andaddre andaddresses
addresses addre ees Senate in favor of ft ftrmties ftDuties t tDuties
Duties on common window glass are re reduced redueed yedueed ¬
dueed ducedSenators dueedSenators dueedSenators
Senators busy among amo themselves dIs dIsousslngr disouesng dIsetissing
ousslngr effect of the mesage of Presi President Presi President President ¬
dent Taft and what will wUlba be done with withthe withthe withthe
the legislation 1egi IBtmn he proposes proposesSenator proposesSeJULtor proposesSenator
Senator Brown submits joint resolu resolution reliOlutlon resoluUoa
tion for Income tax amendment amendm I t to tothe tQthe t tthey
the Constitution ConstitutionIN
IN THE HOUS HOUSThe HOUSE HOUSEThe HOUSEThe
The House met at 12 oolook oolookePresIdent oolookPresident oolookPresident
President Tafts message was as read readThe readThe readThe
The next meeting of thp House wiltn1r1o wiltOA3Io11daylext4 wilt
OA3Io11daylext4 n1r1o da R Xt

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