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Warmer Tonight h and Sun Sunday U ¬ h OCime EDITIONI I
NUMBER 6719 Yesterdays Circulation 47890 W WASHINGTON SATURDAY EVENING MAY 28 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
I II IAssistant I
Assistant Secretary of Treas Treasury Treasury TreasurY ¬
ury Said to Be Slated forCarpen forCarAenters for forCarpentersPlace
CarpentersPlace CarpentersPlaceMANY Carpen CarAenters ter s Place PlaceMANY PlaceMANY
Former Former Incumbent Subject of ofCriticism ofCriticism
Criticism by Senators Senatorsin I IP I
in mast Past PastBy P I IBy
I 1By
That Charles Dyer Norton now As Asslatant Asslstant i
slatant Secretary of the Treasury will w1l1succeed willsucceed j jsucceed
succeed Fred W Carpenter as private privatesecretary j jsecretary isecretary
secretary to the President is the most mostrellable mostreliable i ireliable
reliable gossip heard in political and andofficial andofficial andofficial
official Circles today todayFor toda todaFor todayFor
For this choice which is at present presentdescribed presentdescribed j jdescribed
described as tentative there are given giventhe giventhe I Ithe
IMr i iMr
the following reasons f fMr
idecided I Idecided
Mr Norton Norton has made good in a adecided a
decided manner with Mr Taft he has hasmany J tmany Jmany
i iRepresentatives
many friends among Senators and andRepresentatives
Representatives by b his representing representingthe
the Treasury Department before theco the thecommittees theconnllttees
committees co of Congress this session sessionhe
he has convinced both the President Presidentand Prealdentand Presidentand
and the leaders of the House and Sen Senate Stmate Senate ¬
ate that he has great ability ablllt in hand handliner handlInS handling
liner public matters mattersIn I
In addition to these considerations eonskleratlonsthere considerationsthere con kleraUons kleraUonsthere
there is the further fact that the va vacancy vaancy a I Iancy
ancy in the secretaryship to the Pres Preeident President PresIdent ¬
ident comes at a most critical time timewhen tlm tlmwhen timewhen
when the Taft legislative legl laUve program is at atits atIts
its crucial point in Congress Conse Consequently Con Consequently e equentlr ¬
quently It will be greatly to Mr Tafts Taftsadvantage Tatesadvantage Taftsadvantage
advantage advantage to have as a secretary 2i retary a manwho man mantvho manwho
who commands the confidence of omem omembers mem members members ¬
bers of the House and Senate SenateWould SenateWould SenateWould
Would Accept Temporarily TemporarilyFriends TemporarilyFriends TemporarilyFriends
Friends of Mr Norton said today that thatwhile thathUe thatwhile
while hUe he might not be willing to acceptthe accept acceptthe acceptthe
the position as a permanent thing there therewas therewas therewas
was no doubt that he would take it for forthe forthe forthe
the present presentMr presentMr presentMr
Mr Taft has shown especial admlr admiration admlr8U admlratici ¬
ation 8U < 1 for fo Nortons abilities within the thelast thelast thelast
last few months and has let it be known knownthat knovnthat knownthat
that he considered him one of the ablest ableste ablestoun ablestyoung
young oun ung men In the Government service servicee aervlceHe serviceBe
e He e has intrusted to Norton orton several severalconfidential severalcontlt1enUal severalconfidential
confidential missions and tasks and it itis itIs itis
is beyond doubt that he would ould like to tohave tohae tohave
have him at the White House HouseNect HouseNect HouseNett
Nect to Mr Norton the strongest strongestprobability etrongestprobabll1t3
probability fur the place is C D Hiues Hiuesalso HJUNaIso Hies Hiesti 1
also an assistant secretary of the Treasury Treas Treasury Treasury ¬
ti ury who has made as enviable a reputa reputation reputat1on reputation ¬
tion as Norton for his achievements achievementssince achlev6lllentssince achievementssince
since he entered political life But It Itwas Itwas itwas
was declared on high authority this thteafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon that Mr lr Hilles preferred to toremain toremain toremain
remain in his present position positionOther positionOther positionOther
Other Possibilities PossibilitiesOther PossibilitiesOther PossibilitiesOther
Other possibilities fo fot the position are areTheodore areTheodore areTheodore
Theodore L Weed n now ndw w chief clerk cl rk of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Postoffice Postotr e Department and former formerly tormerly formerly ¬
ly Frank H Hitchcocks trusted man in inthe Inthe Inhe
the handling of affairs connected with withthe withthe withthe
the national campaign Rudolph For Forster Forster Forster
ster now assistant private secretary to tothe tothe tothe
the President Gus J I Karger corres correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
pondent for the Cincinnati TimesStar TimesStarthe
the paper owned by b the Presidents Presidentsbrother Presidentlibother Presidentsbrother
brother C P Taft and Robert O OJ OJ 0J
J ley private secretary to the Secre Secretuy Secret
tuy t y of the Treasury Treaaur TreaaurAllhough TreasuryAlthough
Although all these tht > 8e men are eminently eminentlyqualified eminentlyql1AlUied eminentlyqualified
qualified for handling the work ork of an anoffice anorrtce anoffice
office necessitating nec s tta1lng a thorough ac acquaintance dClua1ntance acquaintance ¬
< quaintance with poetic men and events eventsit
it appeared today that Mr Taft had vir virtually virtually virtually ¬
tually deckled on Norton as his first firstchoice firstchoice firstchoice
choice What the President and his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends want is a man who by his hisknowledge hisknowIedgb Wiknowledgw
knowledge of public affairs and men menwill IDcnwill menwill
will be able to promote the interests of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Administration in every eVe way wa possi possible possible possible ¬
Blamed for Friction FrictionMr
Mr Taft accepted Mr Carpenters Carpentersresignation Carp Carpentersresignation nterS nterSresignation
resignation with Uh regret for he has bad badhim badhim hadhim
him with him as private secretary con continuously continuously continuously ¬
tinuously for the past p 8t ten years ears But
it is no secret in of official tidal circles that for forthe forthe forthe
the past few months some of the most mostInfluential mostinfluential mostinfluential
Influential friends of Mr Ir Taft have havepointed hae1Ointed havepointed
pointed out to him that there has been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more or less criticism of the White WhiteHouse WhteHouse WhiteHouse
House among members of Congress and andthat andthat andthat
that rightly or wrongly Mr lr Carpenter Carpenterwas
was blamed for a certain friction be between bet between ¬
t tween wen the White hlte House and some of ofthe ottht ofthe
the > members meDri > 6rs of the legislative Je l6JaUve branch branchof
of the Government GovernmentIt
It was claimed that under Carpenters Carpentersregime CarpentersTfglme Carpentersregime
regime the convenience of some s me Sen Senators senators Senators ¬
ators and Representatives who called calledat
at the White House was not looked lookedafter lookedafter lookedafter
after as well as was the case under the theLoeb theLoeb theLoeb
Loeb rules when Roosevelt was Presi I ¬
dent it was also claimed that in sev several severaJ several ¬
eral instances Mr Tafts attitude or oreUng
fueling eUng in regard to public matters did didnot didnot didnot
not find proper expression oxpre eion In the press
So sudden was the appointment BPl > Omtment of
Carpenter to be minister mlnj ter to Morocco Moroccothat Moroc Morocthat Moroccothat
that no provision was made for H
Pcrcixal Dodge who now holds the th posi position position sl sltlon ¬
tion and there was W little if any time
for the President to find out from Secro Secretary Secrota Secrotary ¬
ta tary Knox where Dodge should be sent sentfrom seRtfrom sentfrom
from Morroco On good authority aut11orlthowever
however it can be said that Mr Ir Knox Knoxlas
has las the promise prom se of the President that thatMr thatYr thatMr
Mr Dodge will be taken care of In as ascomfortaWe a acomfortable ascomfortable
comfortable and remunerative a post postas posta postas
as a the one In 3toroccoWEATHER Morocco MoroccoWEATHER Xoro < Xo XoX1EATHER
Warmer armer tonight and Sunday Sunda light to tomoderate tonroderate tonrodcrate
moderate northwest winds becoming becomingvariable bocamlnga boeomin s svariable
variable a rlabJe
S a m ell
9 a m 0
10 innm a m
li 11 a m 67 67i6
12 noon o 79
1 p m 71 71i 71SUN
2 p m 72 7sa
3 p m < 73
Sun rises risesSun 437 43iSun 437Sun
Sun sets 720 720TIDE 700TIDE 790TIDE
Today TodayHIgh High tide W4S a m and 1119 11133i 1119p U19tn
p tn Late tide 433 4 5 a m and 536 p m rnTomorrow mTomorrowHigh mTomorrowHigh
Tomorrow TomorrowHigh High tide 1136 a a m Low Lowtide Lo LotJde Lowtide
tide 623 6 ° 2 a m and 63 6 ° x p m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
HARPERS FERRY W Va May Ma 2S 2SPotomac = s sPotomac sPotomac j
> Potomac very muddy mud and Shenandoah Shenandoahellejhtly Shenandoah5l1 Shenandoahsitdhtly
ellejhtly 5l1 htly muddy this morning morningWhole morninJWhole morningWhole
Whole Windows Glazed for 8125 8125Frank 125 125Frank 525Frank
Frank Llbbey Co 6th N Y Ave AveAdv
May Get Position Ii
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury TreasurySaid TreasurySaid TreasurySaid
Said to Be Slated for Secretary Secretaryto
to the President PresidentBusiness PresidentL PresidentAUGUSTA
Business Men Proffer 5000 5000to 5 xi OOO OOOto 000to
to Meet Deficit of Tafts TaftsTrip TaftsTrip TaftsTrip
Trip TripAugusta TripAugta TripAugssta
Augusta G Ge u Ie I declared to stand slandIndlb standindig tandIndignant
Indlb Indignant ant and aj d mertlnad because Itecau eer certain eerhLiI eerlain ¬
lain hLiI Democratic members bers of Co COAgr4l8 COAgr4l8retuffed Coagreesrefused gr s srettt
rettt refused ed to rote the President Presidentfor 254 M Mfor
for traveling expense exp liS II to b be Immedi Immediately lne Imnedtately ll llately ¬
ately available availableThe avallableThe availableThe
The President this thl afternoon re received recetved received ¬
ceived a telegram signed bT DJT tIM presidents presi presidents presld8nts ¬
dents of the chamber e1uun of commerce commerceMerchants commerceMerchants commsresMerchants
Merchants and nd Manufacturers AIUIC Assoelation As AIUICelation o ocJation
elation the Augu Augusta ta cotton exchange exchangeand eKchangeand
and the GeorgiaCarolina fair associa association asseelation association ¬
tion saying yln that these four organiza organizations organizations erganisations ¬
tions held a joint called meeting this thismorning thl thlmorning titlemorning
morning and adopted the following followingresolution fOllowingrt8olutlon followingresolution
resolution resolutionAugusta rt8olutlonAuguta resolutionAugusta
Augusta the winter home of Presi President Pre President l ldent ¬
dent Taft stands Indignant and mortified mortified morti mortified ¬
fied at the action a tlon of certain Democratic Democraticmembers Democraticmembers Democraticmembers
members of Congress in defeating deCe ting by bytechnical bytechnical bytechnical
technical objection the proposition to tomake tomake tomake
make retroactive so as to cover all the theexpenses theoxpen theexpenses
expenses oxpen e of his Ian Southern trip the theappropriation theuPlropriaUon theappropriation
appropriation of 1wXo 35000 000 for the Presi Presidents Prooidents Presidents ¬
dents traveling expenses expensesAt ex exAt
At a Joint meeting me g of the t four asso associations RSIIOelations aasoclatlone ¬
ciations it was unanimously unant Ouslj agreed that thatwe L1atwe thatwe
we respectfully tender to you to the theGovernment tb4Government theGovernment
Government of fh he Lntwd States the
56000 necessary to meet the dendt of ofthe ortha ofthe
the Presidents Pre ldents recent transcontinental transcontinentaltrip tra 41lContinentltriP
trip which did so much to cement the theties thetie theties
ties tie between the different sections and andto andto andto
to bring the nation and the nations nationsChief nationsChle nationsChief
Chief Executive into closer touch and andsympathy andtmpath andsympathy
sympathy one with the other otherAugusta otherAugu otherAugusta
Augusta Augu U is I in the district of Representctive Represen Representative Repre84ta1lve = ¬
tative Hardwick who took a prominent prominentpart prominentpart prominentpart
part in defeating the appropriation on onThursday onThur5da onThursday
Thursday ThursdaySENATE Thur5daSENATE ThursdaySENATE
Upper Body Votes to Cast Aside AsideAll AsideAll AsideAll
All Work Until UntilTuesday UntilTuesday UntilTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayContrary TuesdayContrary TuesdayContrary
Contrary to precedence the Senate Senatevoted Seaatevoted Senatevoted
voted to adjourn over ov r until Tuesday TuesdayThis Tues TuesThis TuesdayThis
This action was taken ken in order to toallow toallow toallow
allow the large number of Senators Senatorswho Senatorswho Senatorswho
who are to make ma E Decoration Day Dayspeeches Dayspeeches Dayspeeches
speeches to leave Wa Washington hlngton without withoutmissing withoutm1 withoutmissing
missing m1 sJ1S the further consideration of oftbe orthe ofthe
the ailroad bill billJ billJ billJ
Report Circulated on Stock Market MarketOfficially liarketQffidially MarketOfficially
Officially Qffidially Denied From FromLondon FromLond FromLondon
London LondonLONDON Lond LondonLONDON n nLONDON
LONDON May I 3QAJI 35 A the remit of ofthe ottho ofthe
the report circulated by stock market marketbears marketbears marketbears
bears in New York J P Morgan Morganthrough lorganthrough
through his secrr secrrary ry today loda on his ar arrival arrhal arrival
rival hero from PAris Issued l eued a state statement statemont tatement ¬
ment denying all rumors of hit being in inillhealth Inmhoelth Iniil
iil illhealth illhealthCHINAMAN mhoelthCHINAMAN hoalth hoalthCHINAMAN
PEKIN May 28 8Repot Report t was made to today today today ¬
day to American Minister Calhoun thattittle that thatlittle thatlittle
little trouble is expected in Hunan province prov province province ¬
ince although the threatened uprising uprisingagainst uprisingagainst uprisingagainst
against foreigners is scheduled for tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowThe morrowThe morrowThe
The imperial government has the situation sit situation sftuatlon ¬
uation well in hand Anger at the for foreign iorelgn foreign ¬
eign loan of the Hankow railroad Is a astrong asttOnl astrong
strong factor in the situation being exceedingl ex exceedingly exceedlnsb ¬
ceedingly unpopular unpopularOne unpopularOne unpopularOne
One protest sent by a powerful Hunanese Hunan Hunanese Hunanese
ese leader of the opposition to the theboard thtboard theboard >
board was 88 written In his blood Ho cut cutoff cutoft antoff
off a finger to make the protest effective etrectlveJoo
Joo oo Sunday s day Excursion Bluemont BIueraonLLimited BluemontLimited BluemontLimited
Limited train leaves Washington Wa5hlnb on 886 am
Advt AdvtFront AdvtFront Advt AdvtFront
Front Doors Glazed S4oo 400 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave
Nicaragua Insurgents Coop Cooped Cooped Cooped ¬
ed Up in In the Town But ButAre ButAre ButAre
Are Defiant DefiantDECISIVE DefiantDECISIVE DefiantDECISIVE
Rebel Forces Outside OutsirlJ the Defenses DefensesAre
Are Skirmishing With the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government Regulars RegularsBLUEKIELDS RegularsBLUEFIELDS RegularsBLUEFIELDS
BLUEFIELDS May 2SUnder 2S Under a aHag aslag L LHag
Hag of truce a demand for the ncr surrender IMlrrEnder ncrrender ¬
render of Bluefields provisional capi capital oopltal oapttal ¬
tal was today sent to Genera lIstada Bs Bstrada 1stada
tada by President Madriz The de demand demaud demand ¬
mand was peremptorily p refused refusedThough retu8edThough refusedThough
Though the oity is surrounded and andthe aadlhe andtte
the bluff of great atratedcai impor importance IMportance importance ¬
tance is 1 in the hands of the regulars regularsI regularsrttrada
I rttrada < trade declare d are 1 it se > will tight on
Reports received today say that thatRama tMORama thanRama
Rama held by DyaD an ISstradan foroe is Isbeing
being attacked by Generals Generl tl Lara and aadChavarri andChavarri
Chavarri with a superior force foroeThe toroeThe forceThe
The Insurgents at t Rama have bean beancut seoncut beencut
cut off from BlueAelds and cannot cannotaid CDtald cannotaid
aid Estrada here herePERU herePERU herePERU
Despite ptte the acceptance of the tit offer offerof etfcrof offerof
of mediation made by the United States StatesBrazil StaiosBrazil StatesBrazil
Brazil and Argentine Peru and Ecuador Ecuadorare
I are on the verge of warBoth war WarBoth v vBoth
Both countries are continuing COfttinu active activemilitary aetlvemllttary activemilitary
military preparations according accord to of oftidal ef efHclal afclal
tidal clal advices received at the State De Department Department Departmeat ¬
partment today todayTroops toda7Troop todayTroops
Troops are being mobilized and sent sentto sontto sentto
to the frontiers and neither government governmentapparently goV8mnMata governmentapparently
apparently a refttly is sufficiently ntreng vtren A Awt to towithstand towithstand
withstand wt taoo the popular demand for aar aarOne war warOne r rORe
One of the conditions ia the sfer fferof fferofmediation er of ofmediation t tmedlatlon
mediation was that the armies be wit witdrawn wtCdrawn wits
drawn and military prep preparations nUoRa be dis discontinued discontinued usconUnued ¬
continued continuedIt continuedies
ies iesI It is possible po possibleo tble that o the three coca countries COODtries cocatrios ¬
tries making the o offer of mediation mediationjnay DI raedlatlonjpas JatlG JatlGmay
may a jeall l1 the attention of the t Oc FerurJan FerurJanaim Peru n nand
aim iM Ecuadorian aoOertt go entinoina irHIIIts td t < fhte fhteclause fhlBe fro froeiause
clause e of the no DOIf note noteIf e eIf
If this does not have the desired de 6re ef effect 6foct offoci ¬
oct it is frankly admitted that all allefforts 0111etrons allefforts
efforts to prevent the conflict con let from fromcoming fromcomlnr fromcoming
coming to a head will be abandoned abandonedESTRADA abandonedESTRADA I
PORT LIMON LIMO C CI < eta ta Rica May MayGeneral MayGeneral fay fayGeneral
General Estrada provisional provl ional president presidentof pre Pent Pentof ent entof
of Nicaragua hemmed in by the Madriz Madrizforces Madrizforces adrl adrlforcee
forces has prepared to flee BlucneMs Bluefieldsaccording BlucneMsaccording s saecordln
according aecordln to dispatches received r elved here heretoday heretOOa heretoday
today todayPinchot tOOa tOOaSTYLES todaySTYLES
Pinchot Garfield and Giavis GiavisFoolish G GiavisFoolish avis avisFoolish
Foolish Visionaries VisionariesAsserts VisionariesAsserts VisionariesAsserts
Asserts Vertrees VertreesA Vertreesjvigorous
A jvigorous vigorous defense of Secretary of ofInterior atInterior ofInterior
Interior Interior Ballingers policy in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the Cunningham claims cll as singleminded singlemind ¬
ed honest boRe t and straightforward was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the basis ba ia of the argument today before beforethe beforeUte beforethe
the Congressional Investigating Com Committee Commltec Committee ¬
mittee by Attorney J J Vortrees Vortr coun counsel counsel counsel ¬
sel for the defense defenseThe deCeMeThe defenseThe
The Tennessee Tennes ee lawyer bitterly ar arraigned arraigned arraigned ¬
raigned that PinchotGarfleldGlavis PinchotGarfleldGlavisoutfit
outfit denounced them as foolish vis visionaries vlslonartes 15 15lonarles ¬
ionaries and held up Secretary of the theInterior theInterior theInterior
Interior Ballinger ac a a public servant servantwithout servantwithout tervantwithout
without a peer peerMalevolent peerMatlwolent peerMalevolent
Malevolent vociferation VQito ralon was w Ver Vcrtrees Vertrees Vertrecs
trees charactensatien of charges that thatBallinger thatBa1l1ruer thatBallinger
Ballinger was W guilty of misconduct In Inconnection Inconneotlon Inconnection
connection with th the Cunningham Cunninghamclaims Cunninghamclaims Cunninghamclaims
claims claimsYou claimsYou claimsYou
You gentlemen of the committee he hedeclared hedeclared hedeclared
declared cannot make a report reportagainst reportagalnRt reportagainst
against Secretary Ballinger unless unJ It te teupon I Iupon Isupon
upon the assumption that the men who whodid whodid whodid
did things thingswho who really handled the theclaims theeJalnw theclaims
claims and who camo here and as assumed assumed U5umed ¬
sumed that responsibility did not tell tellthe tellthe tellthe
the truth And you know the truth truthand truthand truthand
and that Is an absolute luto vindication of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their chief chiefGuggenheim chiefGugsenhelm chiefGuggenheim
Guggenheim scores to be the bogey bogeyof
of the west the attorney continued
I presume that ho has the virtues and andthe andtho andt
the t e faults hf hfeevery of eevery every human bein being I
know k that t h eis is building bulldin a railroad in
Alaska and I also know that he isnt
trying to Caat l1 i > at a bond issue which is iscertainly Iscertalnly iscertainly
certainly to his credit creditVertrees creditVertrees creditVertrees
Vertrees traced the history of the Cun Cunningham Cunnlngham Cunningham ¬
ningham entries fim f im their inception
finding fresh mater 1 for economies for
Secretary Ballinge B 11 nge at each step He
declared that the i lmous moue option agree agreement agreemont agreemoat ¬
mont with the Guggenheims was not
binding because it i was not ratified by b all
the thirtythree Cunningham claimants claimantsand claimantsand claimantsand
and because the Guggenhelms had not
built the railroad at the terminus agreed agreedupon agreedupon agreedupon
upon uponVertrees uponVertrees uponVertrees
Vertrees dwelt a considerable length lengthon
on what he declared was the theunraJr theunraJrmanner unfair unfairmanner unfairmanner
manner in which the special agents of
the Land Office or eo secured affidavits affldavltsfrom affldavltsfromthe from fromthe fromthe
the claimants claimantsDgors claimantsDqors claimantsDoors
Doors iWInch Thick iso Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave Avei 8
i Adv Advk
Travel ravel 2000 Miles to o Greet Roosevelt Roosevelt II I
Phoj by b J J S Reid Staff Photographer PhotographerLOUIE Pbotogn PhotographerLOUIE ber berLOUIE
Aged Nine and Six Years Respectively Who Have Ridden From Oklahoma on Horseback
Rolls and Latham Expecting Expectingto I Ito
to Fly Channel in Oppo Opposite Opposite Opposite ¬
site Directions DirectionsIXVER DirectionsDOVER
DOVER England May 28 3SCbad 3SCbadStewart Charles CbariesStewart CharlesStewart
Stewart Rolls was 81 exposed to start starton atarton starton
on a rround trip transcbf traas > andl one aeI aero aeroplane a aplane sereplane ¬
plane flight from Dover to cal tIbI Js with wtcbout without 1c 1cout
out alighting this afternoon afternoonAt aft aftAt
At Calais Hubert Hu rt Latham bad his bisAntoinette h hAntoinette hisAntoinette
Antoinette monoplane ready r y for a flight flightto
to Dover and return and the possibility possibilityof pos Iblltty Ibllttyof
of his midair meeting between the two twoabove twoabove twoabove
above the English channel c annei brought broughtlarge brougbtlarge broughtlarge
large crowds to both the French and andEnglish andEnglish andEnglish
English shores shoresRolls shoresRoUs shoresRolls
Rolls started on a a similar trip yester yesterday yeetcrday yesterday ¬
day but a defect in his Wright biplane biplaneforced biplaneforced biplaneforced
forced him to descend before reaching
the channel channelThe channelThe channelThe
The Rulnart prize of 52WO goes to th thone tbonc the theone
one who first makes a round trip across acrossthe acroethe acrossthe
the Channel within 34 3 hours hoursNOTICE houlSNOTICE hoursNOTICE
Date Set for Albert Wolters Death DeathWill Deathwm DeathWill
Will Be Postponed by byProceedings byProceedings byProceedings
Proceedings ProceedingsNEW
NEW YORK May 101 33 33Tbe The execution executionof
of Albert Wolter convicted of the murder mur murder murder ¬
der of fifteenyearold fitte nearold Ruth Wheeler AVheelerand Wheelerand heeler heelerand
and sentenced to die in the week of ofJune otJune ofJune
June 6 was as stayed today when his law lawyer 1awer lawyer ¬
yer er W V D Scott filed notice of an ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal pealWhat
What Congress Did DidIN
The Senate voted today to adjourn un until untl1 until ¬
til 11 oclock on Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdayThe TuesdayThe
The BalllngerPInchot hearing was con continued continued continued ¬
tinued today todayEulogies todayEulogies todayEulogies
Eulogies upon tho life and public serv service senice sorvice ¬
ice of the late ato Representative Ropre entat1v8 James JamesM JamesM
M Grigss ot oS Georgia were pronounced pronouncedtoday pronouncedtoday pronouncedtoday
today todaySenator todaytnator todaySenator
Senator tnator Lorimer in an extended exte dOd ad address address address ¬
dress defended his election n to the theUnited IkeUnited
United States Senate SenatePairs SenatePairs SenatePairs
Pairs of No a t Blinds fpr5z5 fpr5z5Frank for f > I Srss SrssFrank 125 125Frank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave AveAdv AveAd AveAdv
Adv Ad
ILL uftn IAL omn o oTwo
Two Abernathy Boys on on2000Mile on2OOOMiIe on2000Mile
2000Mile Trip Visit VisitMonument Visit1Vlonument VisitMonument
Monument MonumentBy
Two small 11 bat sturdy vr y cowboys w1tOytl withtheir with withtheir I
their sombreros breroa pulled down over oversuntanned oversuntanned
suntanned face and Ad with a brave bravearray brearray bravearray
array of Masonic Elks Sbriaers and andpolicemans andpolicemans I Ipollcemans
policemans badges bad e showing conspicu conspicuously oonepicuously ¬
ously on the buckskin blouses spent spentthis spentthis spentthis
this morning seeing Washington WaIDgtonquite Washingtonquite Washingtonquite
quite unconscious that they are themost the themost themt
most interesting tourists who have havevisitd havevhdid
visitd I itd the National Capital for lo lotheee 1otheee lothere
theee many man years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The boy are Louie and Temple TempleAberuatby TempleAbernatbr TempleAbernathy
Abernathy whose wh e horseback journey journeyfrom journeyfrom J Jrrom
from Oklahoma to New No York city to tooe tobe
be oe pesent pe ent at the homecoming of their tbeirdistinguished tltlrdtsUftltulsbd theirdistinguished I
distinguished friend former President PresidentTheodore PresidentTheottOfe PresidentTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt Is l l proving a sort sortof sortot sortof
of triumphal tour tourThat toWThat tourThat
That it was a bully trip that the open openroad Op6ftroad openroad
road beats a Pullman car all hollow Q Qa pot pota n na
a spring day that they arent afraid of ofgoblins ofgOblins ofgoblins
goblins or robbers either and that thatRoosevelt thatROOICVE1t thatRoosevelt
Roosevelt will be the next > > ext President are aresome arhsome
some of the views advanced by b the theyoung theYoung theyoung I
young travellers this mornmg as they thoywere tho thowere theywere
were about to set et forth from the Raleigh RaleighHotel RaleighHotel
Hotel But they added th there re wasnt wasntmuch W88fttmucb wasntmuch I
much time to give Interviews to the thepress thepreMo thepress
press because Washh Washington gton is the finest finesttown finesttown finesttown
town they have come to yet and there thereis
is lots of sightseeing to be done before beforethey beforethe beforethey
they the set out for New York YorkGet YorkGet YorkGet
Get to see two things this mornin morninsure morning morningsure morningsure
sure nlneyearoJd Louie remarked remark d to to
his younger brother Temple six veers vearsoW yeatSckJ veersold
oW as they the trudged along alongthe the Wash W h
ID ington toa Monument and President Taft
Then they recalled that the President Presidentof
of the United States does not eit e 1t break ¬
fast quite as early as cowboy do and
decided to make the trip to the monu monument monumaDt monumont ¬
mont first They stood awed before the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great monument to Washington WashingtonThte a hlngton hlngtonThis
This country never h Ins > B seen any 9n big blSger bigger ¬
ger man TempleGeorge than George Y Washington re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked markedWell n Temple TempleWell TempleWeU
Well I guess theres Teddy Tedd Roose RgoseVfU Roosevelt ¬
velt velt reprimanded the elder Beverly sererl sererlHe
He made just about AS god a President Presidentas Pr > to1k1ent to1k1entaK
as George and beside hes been all allthrough aUthro allthrough
thro through 1 the jungles of Africa AfricaAt AfricaAt AfricaAt
At the White House Preheat Pr cDt Taft TaftSecretary TaftSNtaUry TaftSecretary
Secretary Carpenter and a host bo t ef ofnewspaper efnewspaper tJtuewspaper
newspaper correspondents were wonder wonderl wonderhog onder onderl
l hog p when the boys were to appear there therePretty therePretty therePretty
Pretty Mantels for for3oo 300 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Llbbey Co 6th NY 3 T Ave
Receives Letter From Colanle Colo Colonle Colonle
nle Requesting Conference Conferencein ConferenceinN
in inN New ew York YorkInsurgent YorkInsurgent
Insurgent IDMU eDt Republicans in the House Horsewere Housewere
were jubilant j bUat today upon learning leernia of oftwo
two incidents iftd eats la I connection with Ith the thereturn tb tbreturn t
return of Theodore Roosevelt which whichthey whichthey
they declare indicate clearly the tread treadof treadof
of mind of the former President Pf1Ii P eeident ent re regarding redig reghrding ¬
garding dig the insurgent movement JD veDMItt in intbe iatbe inthe
tbe House HCHJ e and ac forecasting his prob probable pro proable probable ¬
able attitude toward to d the Administration Administra Administration Admlftistradon ¬
tionOne tion donOne tionOne
One of the MOt prominent insurgents insur insurgents inaurbeRts ¬
gents in the House aa intimate iatiratufriead iaUIlM intimatefriend CI CItrieRtI
friend of tae former President Pre President weDt re received receh recetved ¬
ceived ceh ecI a letter from fro Coloael Roosevelt Roosevelttoday Rooeeveltteday Roosevelttoday
today asking sIt for a conference ia New NewYork Ne NewYork
York oa the day Colonel Roosevelt re retura returu returns
turns turaHa turuHe turnsHe
He has cabled W Colonel Roosevelt that thathe thathe I Ibe
he will meet him In New Ne York prepared preparedto
to explain the entire situation hi II detail detailAnother detaiLAJIOtlter detailAnother
Another stgaiacaat slgat cBl announcement ann umcement te teto isto I
to the effect that Colonel Roosevelt has hasaccepted hasaccepted
accepted aa 0 invitation to be the guest guestof l1MStor guestof
of honor at a dinner gives Iven by Robert RobertColHer RobertCollier
Collier publisher puhlt ber of Corners Weekly WeeklyMr WeeklyIt WeeklyMr I
Mr It Collier COU has taken the lead inchampioning In iachampioning
championing champiol n the cause eu e of Gifford Pta Piachot Ptachot pinchat I
chot in his hi light against Secretary Bali Baitlager Baliiitger BaUIRger
lager aDd for this thi reason insurgents ia iathe inthe
the House are inclined to look upon the theincident theInetdet theincident I
incident as of more than t aa ordinary sig significance significance ¬
nificanceFriends nificance nificanceFriends nUlcanceFrlen
Friends Frlen 6 of Gifford PiBchot expected expectedtoday expectedtod expectedtoday
today tod that he would UId be in Washington Washingtonin
in a day da or two Not only Mr Pin Piachots PIRcoots Pinchats
coots friends frleD bt bt < t also 1M the insurgents insurgentsare
are hopeful that the deposed forester foresteris
is bearing a meaage me a e from the former formerPresident fOllmerPresident formerPresident
President which bleb will indicate that he hewill hewill e ewill
will will stand by them themLeaders themLeaders themLeaders
Leaders in both the House and Sea Seaate Se Seate Senate
ate who learned of o the Roosevelt let letter Jetter letter ¬
ter did not no attempt to conceal their theirconcern theircODc theirconcern
concern cODc rn although they express doubt doubtas
as to whether It could be construed CODStU as asan asan 8 8an
an announcement that Mr Roosevelt Roosevelthad Roo Roosevelthad eveU eveUhad
had reached 1e reahedcourse l hed a definite de utte coadusien as to towhat tewhat towhat
what his course uce will tit be after his bi return returnto
to the United States StatesIt
It Is admitted on all sides that the
future of insurgency In u1S8Re7 so tar aa the Con CongreKirional Cong
greKirional g l elections are eon COIIeIJId eraed de depends deplade depends ¬
pends largely upon poi the attitude of
Colonel CoIonpl Cob Roosevelt Rooseveltj Roo RooseveltMoldings eT eTMoldings
j Moldings No NO1 i for i CentaJJoot CentaFootI Centa Foot Footi
I FrankUbbey Fr Frank nkLfbboy Ltbboy Co 6th N Y Ave
Adv Ad
Accuses ccuses Governor Deneen Deneenand Deneenand Deneenand
and Chicago Tribune of ofManufacturing ofManufacturing ofManufacturing
Manufacturing Story StoryBARES StoryBARES StoryBARES
Speech Teems Te ms With Denunciation Denunciationof
of the Newspapers Actions Actionsin
in Illinois Affairs AffairsResolved AffairsR AffairsResolved
Resolved R IoIved That Th t the Comities 8 on onPrivileges 01Pri onPrivileges
Privileges Pri 85 and Elections be directed to toexamine tot toe
examine e c tmine the t e allegations recently made madem m madeIn e eia
m ia Ute public bite prese eser chartes cbargt thai t t brib bribery 1wibery bribery ¬
ery and corruption were Dcacticed ta the theetectioa th theJectloa theelection
election of William Lorimer to a seat seatte seatm seatIn
te the United States Senate and to as ascertaia ascertain 5 5m 5tber
certain the fact in connection with arlthtiter withtfeew
titer charcos char M and amdreport report as early e rly as aspossible asaacl aspossible
possible and for or that purpose the tbejatttee theRdttee theadttee
jatttee shall have authority aut oritT to s spereotw rpersons r rnroa
persons nroa aDd ropers to esoployftrstenos esoployftrstenosraeher stenog stenographer eno enoratIber
raeher and ruck unit other addttteeal hell beljias be beaa hellas
as k shall deem necessary Jt8Ce Lq and the thecommittee tbctoetDMIttee thecommittee
committee is authorized to act through tbrougua I Ia
a subcoomroittae cGIItIIJDlttee and its expenses shall shallbe shanBe shallbe
be paid from r tile centtegeat fmd of g the theSenate theSeBate theSenate
Senate SenateIn SeBateIn
In this refutation reNIu oII pre preheated PCEtfeIIt eoted at the thectoee 1h 1hctee thecisee
ctoee ef a speech of 114X l1 11601 > > weeds in inwhich inWda inwhich
which Wda he defeated himself from tIM aI altecadom aI1eJJido aiieradsss
1eJJido tecadom s that brfberr was weed te his hiseIectIMI hiselection rfsetaetton
election Se Senator ator Lortmer of t Ilttosfe detotsded de deead dethat
totsded ead d th that t the Senate mvooctgate the thtcharges thec theFirst thecharger
charges c
First Inquiry IDq1 ry Since Clarks Clarksaccordance ClarksIx
1 Ix accordance with tile practice of oftbe Q Qthe ofthe
the Senate the investigation will wUl4ucte4 t tconducted a aosnducted
conducted 4ucte4 and ad tb the facts as to the thealleged thealkged thealleged
alleged bribery brll ery of members of r the tbeIHtoofe theIlUaoi theIllinois
Illinois Legislature will be aired airedThs alredTAts airedThis
TAts is tb the Ant time for many y years yearstbat yearst yearsthat
that t at Ute Senate te has ha undertake such suchas suehall suchas
as inquiry Not stace the invsetiga invsetigatfts ba lave6tigalia a attea
ttea tfts of charges cbrg concerning concend the t e elec election elecua sloeUon ¬
tion W c William WIlI A Clark of f Montana Ifoatanavoiv XbAaa Montanaabout
a Nut tea years ago has such a duty dutydevolved ut utYotve4
devolved voiv Yotve4 ttpe open tb the Privileges aa aaElections and andElections ad adEJeeU <
Elections EJeeU Committee Committeef
It WS determined before e the speeca speecaof a aC
of f Senator Lsrimer b had bear awde te that thatthe thatthe t tue
the Senate would w pass th tile rasowtioi 1MOhItio11M rsooiutioiThe
The inve igsdp however o Is net expected ex exJMCt
pfteted JMCt to be bede made bameilateiy bmn Wy andmay and andraay
may ge over until next > > ext faJL faJLSenator faJlSeJaator fallSenator
Senator Lorimers longawaited longawaitedaae longawaitedspeech gawatteddeliver
aae speech sh was delivered deliver lm immediately iiam < ittty after af after after ¬
ter the tb eoficlueio of 0 the t e BMcningbusiness JlMNa BMcning mortriugibusiness llg llgI
ibusiness business bus ae s of the Senate It was listoned lis listened 1istft ¬
toned tft to by 1 a large crowd in tINt gal galj galherbs
j 1 cries ler and was given dace aXtentiou aXtentiouI
I by Senators Senatorsj
i Larimer Arrives Ar v 6 First Firsti FirstThe
i The lUtoow Senator was tIN first nrt mom awmber mombet MmHI
bet of Ute Senate te enter Ute ebaaber ebaaberabout ellmberbeat eitamberabout
about tea minutes before noon Be Het HetdOWJi sat satdown satdown
down in me seat eet and ad remained ther therquietly therqWetly therequietly
quietly through tIIn ut the morning JDOrIIiDlHe badness badnessHe businessHe
He was greeted by a few of the t e Sena Senajtori Senat0rS SenatorL
jtori jtoriI t0rS torLSenators
I I Senators Curtis C1II Bacon and Burton
shook bard with him a ae old Represen Representatives ltetl Representaifves < < Kn Knta ¬
tatives ta ves Graft Snann Wilson tI oa Lvndin Lvndinand lAmdinad Lundinand
and ad FOBS JIe e Illinois members JDCs en of t the theHooee theHouee theHouse
House who entered tbe chamber and andoccupied and8eta andoccupied
occupied s seats ats on eu the floor while Sena Senator Satator Senator ¬
tor Lorimer was speaking speakingTbe speakingThe peak peakThe
The venerable 1 e Senator Cutlass of Illi Illinois I1liaoM WiacM ¬
acM was an attentive listener Ust to tbe rmarks re remarks r rmarks
marks of his coiteagiie Severn of Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Lorimers family occupied seats in inUN httbt hitin
UN Senators Se ator8 reserved gallery white he hewas heWU liewas
was WUSenator speaking speakingSenator
Senator Lorimer o chner has been in Washingtom Wash Washington ruhIItgtoa ¬
ington for a week Mk getting material materialtogether materiatocet materialtogether
together tocet er for th the utterances 1Itt H of today If ithis Ifhis 1 1ilk
his defense df 8 He bus been pmcticall11 pmcticall11in pra < tlcall tlcallin
in hiding thro thr through h that time He ha hanet haU hanet
net U t appeared In the Senate Se at until today todaysince todaysince todaisince
since the th charges cbar e8 against him wert wertfirst werttir werefirst
first tir t published some weeks ago H HEhad Hhad Hthad
had his remarks reduced red to writing writingand wrlttnaDd writlntand
and be fepojce with th many evidences < < oi oideep ofdeep
deep feeling feelingBitterly feo feelingBitterly lta ltaBitterly
Bitterly Attacks Atta ka Newspaper NewspaperBitter NewspaperBitter
Bitter Bttt < < attacks and sensational sensationscbargs sensationscbargsegatset charge chargeagninet charg <
agninet agata t the Chicago Ch Tribune Trtb ne e which first firstprinted ftrtpr firstprinted
printed pr ateod th tM story of tbe aUeced ed bribery briberydenunciation briw briweDvadt1oll briberydenunciation
denunciation of Gevernor Deuces ofIllinois of ofIllinois f flUiDoia
Illinois denunciation Me iat1oR of Charles A AWbite AWhite AWhite
White who signed the first statement statementas t taa
as to bribery and a general eDenI1 airing of ofmany ofy ofmany
many y peases p a ef Ilttnofs political devel decelepwents developments develop ¬
opments op aent5 te connection with his election electionwere electionwere electionwere
were features of the speech lt of Xr Lorisret Lor Lorhner Lortmer
hner hnerMedUl tmerI14dW isretMedili
MedUl McCormick editor of tbe Chi Chicago Chicago h hTri
cago Tribune Tri cam me in for a partlcula partlculaly
ly bitter scathing by Senator LorimerMr Lorimer LorimerMr Lorimeroil
Mr oil McCormick ConuIck was denounced as ti tiioatbsorne tH tHloathsome tJioat
loathsome oat detectable creature cr guilty guiltyof m mof
of this and other violations TioIatI of decency decencywho Qe dstoocywho Qcy Qcywho
who should and Del will be to the future futuroas
as in the past sunned aM avoided by byall b bII balt
all II decent people peopleI
I have been compelled to defer myretsirn inv invreturn mpreWnI
return to the Senate Se at said Senator SeD er Lorimer Lor Lorimer Lortm ¬
imer tm owing owt to the fact that the story storywas storywas leoryU
was U timed and published with a delib deliberate dJlbelte deliberate ¬
erate purpose to destroy a new 1I basklnsassociation banking bankingassociation Makin MakinUIIOdatioft
association in Chicago which I have bavobeen 1Iav 1IavfD havebeen
been fD organizing or with tfth some of mv mvfriends J1 J1frieads mwfriends
Says Was te Hurt Bank BankThe BalikThe BankThe
The assault a sault was mode 4M to prevent th thbank the thebeat thebong
bank beat from opening It utterly failed cf cfIts CtUs ofIts
Its purpose jurP rpoee M but it required my constant constantattention e9A8tantattentioa constantattention
attention to build an impregnable bulwark bul bulwark bulwazk ¬
wark around tile bank to safeguard saf lUard theinterest the theinterest th thlaterMt
interest of those t Oe who ho nave intrusted intrustedtheir IDtrusWtheir Intrustedtheir
their funds tuD to the care of ny y associates associatesand a8Mdatesad associatesand
and ad myself against any maHcteus or orvictors orvlekHNI orvicious
victors assault a ault that may J T be made madeI madeaainst
a aainst at it OT t the eTr Tribune TribuneI Mme MmeI
I return ret te my place in this Scant SenstrI Senattoday Scanttoday
I today to protest K teet against t this malicious maliciousBlander mallciou5I maliciousslander
I Blander directed dtrect against aln t the honor of ofliny ofmy f fI
I liny mr State the Illinois Legislature and andmyself an1lnYMIf andmyself
myself which w ieh is the moat outrageous outrageousconspiracy outra outrageouscoospirsey Ufo UfoCOQ >
conspiracy COQ Ptracy ever organised or nt the State Stateof Stalof Stateof
of IllinoisReferring Illinois IllinoisReferring IllinOIsReterriDf
Referring > to the fact tae tI e Tribune ar article article article ¬
ticle charged ch that Lee J CTKell Brown BrownDemocratic BrawnfDemocratic BrowneDemocratic
Democratic leader of tile Bttaei bout boostbribed boustbribed boutbribeII
bribed Charles dark A Wilt 1dte to vote u frhim for forhhn tOfhtm
him and 8 get UM for ids vote Sons SenaColoaial SonsColonial na naColomal
Colonial Columns 290 2 90 Apiece ApieceFrank AiHeceFraak ilFrank
Frank Ubbey < CO 6th N Y Ave AveAdv JveAdv AveAdv

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