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Partlj Partly Tuesday Cloudy YF Fair TonightTuesday Tonight TonightTuesday ight he lift a hiu3ton tne LAST LAS EDITION EDITIONISTOTIBER EDITIONNUlIBER EDIT o oNUMBER
NUMBER 6721 Yesterdays Circulation 39219 1VASffiNGTQN MONDAY EVENING MAY 30 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
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FOR INSURGENTS INSURGENTSIS
IS 10 THE Tiir IHtim IHtimRepublican FORECAST FORECASTRepublican FORECASTRepublican rnor
Republican Regulars Due for forUncomfortable forUncomfortable forc
c Uncomfortable Days If IfPinchot IfPinchot IfPinchot
Pinchot Is BarometerROOSEVELT Barometer BarometerROOSEVELT BarometerROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT POSTED POSTEDON POSTEDON POSTEDON
ON POLITICAL STATUS STATUSHowever STATUSH STATUSHcwcver
However H wcver He Will Not Discuss Sit Situation Situation Situation ¬
uation Until Two Months MonthsElapse MonthsElapse MonthsElapse
Elapse It Is Asserted AssertedBy
By WALTER J FAHY FAHYStaff FAHY8h1I FAHYStaff
Staff Correspondent of The Time TimeNEW TlmCil2IiEW TimesXEW
NEW YORK May 38 38Insur 3Insurgent 3Insurgentmembers Insurgent Insurgentmembers ent entmembers
members of Congress need not cons conscorn con concern concern ¬
cern themselves about the attitude of ofTheodore otTheodore ofTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt when that distin distinguished distinGuished distinguished ¬
guished gentleman g ntleman returns to the theUnited thelnlted theUnited
United States StatesIf
If Gifford Pinchot may be taken as a abarometer abarometer abarometer
barometer fair weather is ahead for forthe forthe forthe
the Republicans In the House and andSenate andSenate andSenate
Senate who have been battling with withthe withthe withthe
the party leaders while certain Re Republican Reubllcan Republican ¬
publican regulars are due for some somemighty somemighty somer
mighty uncomfortable days during duringthe durln durlnthe duringthe
r
the Congressional campaign campaignMr
Mr Pinchot arrived In New York to today today today ¬
day on the White Star steamer Arabic ArabicHe ArabicHe ArabiaHe
He was almost boyishly enthusiastic enthusiasticWhile enthusiasticVhlle enthusiasticWhile
While carefully refraining from mak making makIng making ¬
ing any statement J which might be re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as a revelation of his conver conversations conversations conversations ¬
sations with with Colonel Roosevelt he hemade hemade hemade
made no effort to conceal the fact factthat factthat factthat
that he was eminently satisfied with withhie withhi withhis
his hi trip abroad abroadAll abroadAll abroadAll
All Serene Selene Says Pinchot
All Allis Is serene said Mr Ir Pinchot to tothe tothe
the th correspondent of The Times I Ireturn 1return Ireturn
return home absolutely satisfied with withmy withIn withmy
my In trip and not only onl ready but anx anxious anxIous anxious ¬
ious to get back into the fray
Mr Pinchot was anxious to learn the thelatest thelateat thelatest
latest developments in the Ballinger BallingerPincbot Ballfn BallinerPinchot er erPfnchot
Pincbot investigation and also regard regarding regardIng regarding ¬
ing political events generally He was wasmet wasmet wasmet
met down the bay by his brother Amos AmosPinchot AmosPlnchot AmosPinchot
Pinchot and Thomas R Shipp secretary secre secretary secreta ¬
tary ta of the National Conservation Asso Association Association tssociation ¬
ciation both of whom went down on a arevenue armnue arevenue
revenue cutter as the guests of Collector CollectorWilliam Col1 CollectorWilliam Ctor CtorVIUfam
William E Loeb The news they had hadto hadto hadto
to convey to him was S distinctly pleasing pleasingto
to him i iRoosevelt
Roosevelt is Well Informed InformedIt j jIf
If any an one one In Washington ashI gton or In any anyother aJyother anyother
other part of the country Is laboring laboringunder lab laboringunder rlng rlngunder
under the impression Impret sfon that Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRooseelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt if wandering areund in poUt political poUtlcaldarknet petitical ¬
ical lcaldarknet darkness that person has a surprise surprisein
in store for him The farmer f < < mer President Presidentis Pre ldent ldentIs
4 is quite as much informed as to theevent the theevoat theeVOiIt
event which hleh has transpired tran plred during his hisabsence blsabsenc hisabsenc
absenc + as though he had not been out outof outOf outof
of touch tou h with civilization for many manymonths manymontluJ manymonths
months monthsFrom montluJFrom monthsFrom
From the moment he reached Con Constantinople Constantinople Constantinople ¬
stantinople he has been giving the po political political political ¬
litical situation in the United States his hisclosest hili1o hisclosest
closest < 1o e t attention He has received receivedcounties receedcounUes receivedcountless
counties letters from members of Con Congress Congre Congress ¬
gress gre s and friends of the Administration AdministrationEach Admlnl uaUon uaUonElich
Each one of these letters it can be bestated bestated bestated
stated has received the careful aensideration consid consideration con id ideraUon ¬
eration of Colonel Roosevelt RooseveltIt
It can likewise be stated that there thereis
is not the slightest basis in fact for forthe forthe forthe
the assertion a rt1en that he will take oc occasion ocC8lon occasion ¬
casion seon after his arrival In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to express himself as assatisfied aszatlstle assatisfies
satisfied with the Administration of ofPresident otPresident ofPresident
President Taft TafLWill TattWill TaftWill
Will Remain Quiet Two Months MonthsThe MonthsThe MonthsThe
The best that the Administration Administrationforces Administrationforces Administrationforces
forces have been able to do is to obtain ob obtain obtaIn ¬
tain from Colonel Roosevelt a promise promisethat promisethat promisethat
that he will not take any definite stop stopIn stopIn stopin
In the direction of publicly expressing expressinghis
his views on the political situation situationuntil situationuntil situationuntil
until ho has been home two months monthsThis monthsThis monthsThis
This promise should not in any an wise wisedisplease wisedisplease wisedisplease
displease the insurgents In Congress CongressShortly CongressShort1 Congresst
Shortly Short1 after the twomonth period
t has passed Colonel Roosevelt will willmake willmake willmake
make two speeches one at the con conservation conservation conservation ¬
servation congress COiJ ress in St Paul MinnSeely Minn Minnearly 1lInnrly
early rly in September and another in the theIlotbed thel10tbed thehotbed
hotbed of the insurgent country in inKansas InKansas inKansas
Kansas where he will be taken In Incharge Incharge incharge
charge by b Victor Murdock and William Wil William 11 11Ham ¬
liam Allen White hIt e en
On n each occasion the former Presi President President President ¬
dent is expected to make some re remarks rcmarks remarks ¬
marks which at once dispel any an ling lingering lingering lingering ¬
ering doubts as to where he stands standsas
as between the Administration and in insurgents InBurseats insurgents ¬
surgents movement In one of these thesespeeches thesespeeches thesespeeches
speeches If not in both of them Col Colonel Colonel Colonel ¬
onel Roosevelt Is expected to makethe make makethe makethe
the preliminary prell m InaIJ observation that he
Is under no obligations to President
Taft or his Administration Administration and that thatContinued thatContinuPd thatContlnwcd
Continued on Second Page PageWEATHER Pa PageWEATHER e eWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTLow
Low temperatures prevail In the up upper upper upper ¬
per Mississippi I lppl and the Ohio valleys valleysand valleysand valleysand
and the lake region but over the re remainder rom ro rornab ¬
mainder m rnab v er of the th country countI they U e are gener
jve seasonal average axerageWith aerageVlth averageWith
With the exception of showers in New NewErgland NewErgland NewEngland
Ergland and eastern New York the theweather lheweather theweather
weather will be generally fair tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and Tuesday east of the Mississippi Mississippirlvor lIlssl Mississippiriver Jppl Jpplrhor
river with somewhat lower tempera temperatures temperatures temperatures ¬
tures In the middle Atlantic States StatesFORECAST StatesFORECAST StatesFORECAST
FORECAST FOR DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DISTRICTParU DISTRICTPartly
Partly cloudy tonight Tuesday fair fairlight fairlight fairlight
light to moderate m erate northwesterly winds windsTEMPERATURE windsTEMPERATURE windsTEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
8 a m 64
9 a m 67
10 a m 67
11 a m 67
12 1 noon 68 68SUN
1 P m i 9
2 D m 72
3 p m 73 73SUN < 3 3SUN
SUN TABLE TABLESun TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises risesSun 436 436Sun 436Sun
Sun s sets ts 720 720TIDE 720TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEToday TABLETodnHlfh TABLETodayHigh
Today TodnHlfh High tide 1209 12 09 a m and
1227 p t m Low tide 618 a m and
713 13 p m mTomorrow mTomorrowHIgh mTomorrowHigh
Tomorrow TomorrowHIgh High tide 102 1 102 02 a m and
128 1 2 p m Low tide 723 a m and
805 p m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
CONDITION OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W Va May lIa 30 30Potomac 30Potomac 30Potomac
Potomac vary OrYmuddy muddy and Shenan Shenandoah ShenanJoah Shenandoah
doah very ery cloudy this morning morningtVery morningNery morningVer3
tVery Pretty Mantels for 300 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Lljcy Lf bCy Co 6th N Y Ave AveAdv AveAdT AveAd
Adv Ad
Veterans of Two Wars in Annual Memorial l Day Parade I
i
GHA AMiEAtRAVELERS AMiEAtRAVELERSENJOY 1BER TRAVELERS TRAVELERSENJOY
ENJOY THEIR ROMP ROMPEventful ROMrEventfut
Eventful Day Is Spent In InOpen InOpen InOpeii
Open By Washington WashingtonParty WashingtonParty WashingtonPar
Party PartyOLD Par ParOLD i iOLD
OLD POINT COMFORT Va May 381 381After 31 31After 3Aafter
After a strenuous 8 eDUOUB Sunday of sight sightseeing sightseeing sightseeing ¬
seeing and a good l Od nights nl ts rest at the theChamberltn UteChamberlin theChamberlin
Chamberlin Hotel here the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce party from Washington today todayturned to todayturned liY liYturned
turned Its attention to the much adver advertised aderI advertised
tised U ed and loneheralded 10 heraJded baseball late latethis lateI
I this thl afternoon between the Chamber ChamberGiants Cham ChamberGiants r
I I Giants and the Artillery Artists ArtistsWhen ArtistsWhen ArtistsWhen I
When this attraction n which Is really reallythe reallythe reallythe
the piece de resistance of the whole boIe two twodays twodays twodays
days annual outing passed into memory memoryalong memo memoalong memoryalong
along with the other Joyful events of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the celebration of 1810 the excursionists excursionistswill
will have their last dinner at the Cbam Cbamberlin Cbamberlin Chamberlin
berlin and will take ship aboard the theNewport th thNewport theNewport
Newport News for Washington where wherethey wharethe wherethey
they the will arrive early tomorrow morn morning roomIng morning ¬
ing ingThe
The forenoon for noon today was spent by b the thevisitors theIsitors thevisitors
visitors in resting re tlns In the spacious sp o1ous lob lobbies lobbies lobbios ¬
bies or verandas of the hotel In sail sailIng sallIng sailing
Ing on the bay In visiting visiting spots of ofhistoric othistoric ofhistoric
historic interest t In fishing and in inwatching Inwatchln Inwatching
watching a specially arranged guard guardmount guardDaount guardmount
mount at Fort Monroe MonroeOff MonroeOff 1IonroeOff
Off for Ball Game GameLuncheon GameLuncheon GameLuncheon
Luncheon was eaten at the hotel hotolafter hotelaftor hotelafter
after which all hands took trolley trolle for forthe torthe forthe
the baseball grounds groundsThe groundsThe groundsThe
The following men were chosen for forthe forthe forthe
the Chamberof Chamber or Commerce team Mr MrWest Mrest MrWest
West est catcher Martin Becker pitcher pitcherC
C C C N King first base Dr T F Lowe Lowesecond Lowes Lowesecond
second s cond baae Dr Charles Bull short shortstop shortstop shortstop ¬
stop Joseph T o ph Leverton third base baseHarry baseHarry baseHarry
Harry Quinn left field John Schweck Schweckelln Schwecko1b Schweckolls
elln center field John Kreh right rightfield rl rightfield ht htfield
field fieldNearly fieldXearly fieldNearly
Nearly everybody from Fort Monroe MonroeIncluding MonroeIncluding Monroeincluding
Including officers women and enlist enlisted enlisted enlisted ¬
ed men and virtually everybody from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Chamberlin including the Cham Chamber Chamber Chamber ¬
ber of Commerce visitors and other otherguests othergUEsts otherguests
guests from the hotel trooped to the thebaseball thebase thebaseball
baseball base ban park to see the game gameBut gameBut gameBut
But one untoward Incident has oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred to mar the pleasure leasure of an otherwise oth otherwise otherwlse ¬
erwise enjoyable enjo able trip Commissioner CommissionerRudolph CommissionerRudolph CommissionerRudolph
Rudolph has broken his glasses There ThereIs
Is no optician here and as a result the thedignified thedignified thedignified
dignified official of the District has hasImportuned hasImportuned hasimportuned
Importuned Isaac Gans ot keep close
I Ito to his side and explain to him every everything
I thing he perchance might overlook
I
SPANISH WAR VETERANS THE OLD GUARD
OLDTIME COMMAND FORWARD FORWARDIS FORWARDISOBEYED FORWARDIS0BEYED
IS OBEYED WITH VIM BY VETERANS
Memorial Day Rekindles RekindlesMartial RekindlesMartial RekindlesMartial
Martial Spirit of March Marching Marching Marching ¬
ing Veterans VeteransHONORS VeteransHONORS VeteransHONORS
HONORS TO DEAD DEADBY DEADBY DEADBY
BY LIVING HEROES
Unmindful of Infirmities Assemble AssembleAs
As of Yore At Graves of ofFormer ofFormer ofFormer
Former Companions CompanionsThey
They marched muc ed again today tHya a rem remnant rmnant remnant ¬
nant of a vanishing v Ishlag army in blue bluecontent bluecontent blu8oontent
content to bestow the tributes of love loveratber laveratber loverather
ratber than to exact those 0 of warfare warfarethe wa warfarethe are arethe
the end of their march grasscoveredmounds grasscovered grasscoveredmounds gra SCOTMed SCOTMedtnQunds
mounds and not the skirmish lines linesthcir Unestll linestbeir
thcir tll tbeir lr mlssion 11I6Ion of peace made possible possiblethrough po poeaihlethrough Ule Ulethrough
through the victories lctorS of the field fieldcarnage eld of ofcarnage I Icarnage
carnage wrought by the wroofc ff ffshattered Itbttered 1 1shattered
shattered iraes mes and the days that thattried thft thfttried t ttried
tried mens souls soulsThe soulsThe soulsThe
The ranks were thinner today toi T than thanSenate UtaaWILL thanVYILL
WILL PUSH PROBE PROBEOF PROBEOF
OF THIRD DEGREE DEGREESenate
Senate Committee Will MakeSearching Make MakeSearching MakeSearching
Searching Investigation Investigationof
of Police Methods MethodsThe
The investigation which bleh the Senate Senatehas Senatehas Senatehas
has authorized of the practices pracU es of the thethird the thethlrd thethird
third decree by police officials will wiltbe willbe willbe
be prosecuted This Th was stated positively posi positively poslthely ¬
tively this morning morningWhile morningWhile morningWhile
While it is possible that two or three threemembers threemembers threemembers
members of the special committee willretire willretire will willretire
retire the probe will be inserted Just Justwhen Justwhen Tustwhen
when this will begin and when hen it will willend wUlend willend
end are matters which thecommittee thecommitteehas the committee committeehas
has not no decided lded upon So far not one oneformal oneformal oneformal
formal meeting meetl g of the committeemen committeemenhas
has been held though they were ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed nearly a month ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It is reported that one and maybe maybetwo
two other Senatorswill Senators will ask to be ex excused excu excused ¬
cused cu ed from service on this thS committee committeeShould committeeRhould committeeShould
Should it be decided that the committee committeewill
will sit during dUrln the summer months it itis Itis itis
is certain that one or two will retire retireIt retireIt retireIt
It was learned 1 arnM today todA that some action actionwill actionvlll actionwill
will be taker as to the scope of the In Inquiry Inquiry inquiry ¬
quiry just as soon as the railroad bill billha binhu billhar
ha hu passed a8ed This will be later in the theweek theWeek theweek
week Senator Curtis is chairman chairmanof
of the committee and will confer to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow with the other members as to tothe totIle tothe
the date for a meeting meeUn
GLENN CURTISS PRAISES PRAISESSUNDAY PRAISESSUNDAY PRAISEST
SUNDAY EVENING ld ldAsserts T PAPER PAPERAsserts PAPERAsserts
Asserts ItIs It Is Sign Post In Progress of Journalism As AsMuch AsMuch AsMuch
Much As His Aeroplane Is Improvement Over Old OldFashioned OIdFashioned OldFashioned
Fashioned Circus Balloon BalloonNEW
NEW YORK May 1 > Iay 30The flight IfLet I Let me illustrate I desired to make
made down the Hudson River served to the flight on Saturday Had I done so soIng
Illustrate the value and Importance of the Saturday evening and Sunday morn
a Sunday ooay o evening enlng pa palr r Ing papers wo wouu woui have given their read
was i iGlenn
Glenn H Curtiss winner of the 10000 1000prize 10000prize 10000prize
prize for a flight from Albany to New NewYork NewYOtk NewYork I
York YorkThe
The Muneey MUntlc Sunday Sundn evening papers papersIn
In Washington Baltimore and Phila Philadelphia Phfladelphlll Philadelphia ¬
delphia he said were the first to topublish topublish topublish
publish an account of my flight ight just justas justas justas
as they were the first to announce that thatBlorlot thatBlorlot thatBloriot
Blorlot had crossed cros ed the English channel channelIn
In his biplane biplaneAs biplaneuAs
uAs As the flying ln machine marks anew anewera anewera anew anewera
era In transportation so do the Sundayevening Sunday Sundayevening Sqndayevanlng
evening papers of Mr rr Munsey mark a anew anew anew
new and Important era in journalism
ers accounts of It ItIt IL ILIt ItIt
It happened that the weather was
unfavorable and nd that I had to wait un undemonstrates
tli Sunday morning I think my flight
demonstrates that Important events eventsevery
transpire on Sunday just as they do on
every other day da in the week If that be
true and no one can doubt It I fail to
see why the people should wait from
Sunday morning until Monday lIonda morning
to learn what has happened on the Sat Sa ¬
bath day dayWe laye a au
u We e are In an age of progress and the
Sunday evening newspaper is quite as asi asmuch asmuch
much a a sIgn post of In
progr progress 3 jour journalfsm journalism
i nallsm as the aeroplane in which i flew flewyesterday fiewcsterda flewyesterday
yesterday csterda is an improvement ore over r theoldfashioned the theoldfashioned theoldfashioned
oldfashioned circus balloon balloonor
r or
i
they used to be Seamed faces and andbent andbeftt andbeat
bent forms that were seen behind the thebands thebands thebands
bands of the last Memorial Day were wereraiselng weremiMing weremissing
miMing raiselngThe miMingThe missingThe
The Great General has had the roll rollcalled rollcalled rollcalled
called In the year ear t tsorae that I is past and aD4some andsome
some have answered present Ere Erenight Erenight Erenight
night falls their graves too will feel feelthe teelthe feelthe
the caress car IJ of loving hands JMItJ bearing bearingfiowers Itoaringftowers bearingflowers
flowers aDd the sleeping ones must mustsomehow mustsomehow t tsomehow
somehow know that frlonHs and tel fellowcomrades telIowc fel fellowcomrades ¬
lowcomrades Iowc mrade have come and said Id a abenediction abenediction abenediction
benediction there thereOld thereOld thereOld
Old Memories Memo es RevivedBut Revived RevivedBut RevivedBut
But the handful that remains rel llW Is Isspired in inspired htspired ¬
spired as on other Memorial Days DaysThere DaysTb8le DaysThere
There were the same reverent throngs throngsalong tbro throngsalong gs gsaloft
along aloft the streets the same martial martialmwAc mtUalmu martialmusk
musk mu lc that set in rhythmic 1h tllmlc uneasiness uneasinessthe uneasinessthe ne taeu taeuthe
the feet that meved nr mere re readily read a half halfcentury INLIeeytury halfcentury
century ago the same impassionedoratory impassioned impassionedoratory implHi8ioDedoratory
oratory that revived the old memories memoriesin
in those tho e who ho had been through H aH aHand aKand alland
and that taught the younger generation generationto
to glorify these veterans of a nations n nationswars tioft tioftwaJliJ j jwars
wars warsThe waJliJTtae warsThe
The oid guard was w as there and ad the thae th thcW thecif
e cW spirit uncrns 1IIIC1U > S > Je It Itt1M the SSSf SSSfan wed weight W Wyears It Ityenr
0kL 0kLWbat
years was as fJ I e as of ofhat
hat If there W an eye an arm arnit a aIt
leg 10 ml missing lltRb g It did di dimaimed note bot ot d deter t t r the th thinc tlM tlMmltne1
< <
maimed ft figure < < ure from JB8 Insinctively tncUvely hold hokiI holdin
inc in Itself erect when = enBa the band bandsplayed splayed splayedle played j jThe
I The StarSpangled gr Banner er erAMERICAN or 34aryAMERICAN Mary MaryArmy
AMERICAN GUNNERS GUNNERSWORK GUNNERSWORK
WORK IS EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVEArmy
Army of Madriz Driven DrivenBack DrivenI DrivenBack
I Back From From Trenches With WithHeavy WithHeavy WithHeavy
Heavy Loss LossBLUEFIELDS LossBLUEFIELDSYay3tT LossBLUEFIELDS
BLUEFIELDS BLUEFIELDSYay3tT May 39 The eannyof eannyofMdrl army of ofMadriz ofMadrir
Madriz resumed Its attack on G Blue Blueflelds Bluefields Bluefields ¬
fields this morning Scores of the gov government government government ¬
ernment soldiers are dosertlig dosertl tg daily dailyand dan danand dailyand j
and General Irias has notified Madriz Madrizthat 1 Madrizthat > ladriztht
that he will attempt to terminate the theconflict theconftict theconflict
conflict by a decisive victory over overEstrada overEstrada overEstrada
Estrada EstradaThe EstradaThe EstradaThe
The battle raged all day d yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdaThe
The Madriz soldiers assailed the Es Estrada Estrada Estrada ¬
trada trenches time after time only to tobe tobe tobe
be driven back by the murderous fire fireof fireof fireof
of the machine guns aimed by the theAmericans tbeAmerl theAmericans
Americans Amerl ans fighting with the insur insurgents Insurgents Insurgents ¬
gents gentsIrias gentsIrlas gentsIrian
Irias sustained terrific losses Fever Feverhas Feverhas Feverhas
has broken out among amon the government governmentforces governmenttorces governmentforces
forces Soldiers half starving sleep
in rain soaked trenches trenchesThere trenchesThere trenchesThere
There Is an unconfirmed rumor thatan that thatan thattn
an attempt is making makln for a protocol protocolGUNBOAT protocolGUNBOAT protocolGUNBOAT
GUNBOAT DUBUQUE DUBUQUENEAR DUBUQUENEAR I
NEAR BLUEFIELDS BLUEFIELDSThi I ITh
The Th gunboat Dubuque with 200 200marines 200marines 200marines
marines aboard is expected to reach reachBluelelds reachBluelalds reachBluelolds
Bluelelds today tOd8 tc re reMforce nforce the theJackles theTa theJaekies
Jackles Ta < kles already there In protecting protectingAmerican protectingAmerIcan protectingAmerican
American property and preserving preservingorder pre preservingorder onlng onlngorder
order in case the Madriz army at attempts 3tt attempts ¬
tempts t mpts to carry the fighting Into the thecity thecl thecity
city cl Itself ItselfThe I itselfThe i iTho
The Dubuque according to dis dispatches dlspatches dispatches ¬
patches received at the Navy Depart Department ¬ i imont
ment today left Cristobal where she shetook shetook shetook
took on the marines from Camp Elliot Elliotyesterday Ellfoty Elliotyesterday
yesterday y erda The cruiser Buffalo whichhas which whichhas whichhas
has sflllexl from Philadelphia will go godirect godirect godirect
direct to tho Isthmus of Panama to tobe tobe I Ibe
be on on hand in case It is necessary neceesaryto noce5B81to
to send reenforcements to Bluoflelds BluofieldsThere BluofteldsThere BluofleldsThere
There are nearly nearl 1000 mon on the theisthmus theIsthmus theisthmus
isthmus and the force is believed tobe to tobe tobe
be ample In case the United States isobliged Is Isobliged Isoblf
obliged oblf ed to take a hand In the situ situation situation situation ¬
ation This Is now regarded as asoc asoctremely ox oxtremely oatremely
tremely precarious Both the Stateand State Stateand Stateand
and Navy Departments are watching
developments closely
It Is eared the 1e belligerent belligerentmay belligerentsmay
may defy Commander Gilmers ordurs ordursprohibiting ordursprohlblUn ordersprohibiting
prohibiting fighting in Bluonelds in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which case the American forces will willbe willI willbe
be called upon to restrain the combatants com combatants combntants ¬
I batants batantsFrom bntantsFrom batantsFrom
From Consul Moffatt at Blueflelds the
State Department today received the
following cableSevere cable cableSevere cableSeere
Severe fighting ft hting early this morning mornln mornlnIn
In the last few days General Laras Larasforces Larasforces Lavasforces
forces repeatedly attacked Estradas Estradastroops Estradastroops s stroops
troops but have always been repulsed repulsedwith repulsedwith repulsedwith
with heavy losses Fighting Ff tlng quite near nearBluefiolds nearBluefie1ds nearBluefelds
Bluefiolds Two hundred prisoners takenby taken takenby tkenly
by Estrada Report R port that Laras sol soldiers SOldiers so sodiem ¬
diers are starving starvingThe
t The dispatch was dated 6 a m May Mo MoZO
SO
Patriotic Utterances At Cere Ceremonies CereI CereImonies Ceremonies ¬
monies Inspiration for forYoung forYoung forYoung
Young and Old OldINDUSTRYS OldINDUSTRYS OldINDUSTRYS
INDUSTRYS WHEELSSTILLED WHEELS WHEELSSTILLED WHEELSSTILLED
STILLED 24 HOURSObservances HOURS HOURSObservances HOURSObservances
Observances of Day Are Varied VariedCongress Va VariedCongress ed edCong
Congress Cong ess Adjourns and Legis Legislators legislators Legislators ¬
lators Make Addresses Addressestend
tend Mr IT M MarTiand Io rr nd and there came revebesting re reverberating reViWberttDJ ¬
verberating back through the years the theoM theoM theold
oM command Forward mareh marchWhat marehW1It marehWhat
What though the lines were ere falteringly falteringlyformed falterlaglyformed t1tennglJforwne4
formed what though the step of some somesttverhaired someiyerha1recl soursHverhaired
sttverhaired one wavered at tlsaesWas times timesWas timesWu
Was there one amon among mOItJ those o6e who whowA whoartlloifa u uD8111
wA rhed L edso edsothem them whose right t kwas k kWaahingtons t tWashingtons to toWashingtons
artlloifa
Washingtons Own Day DayThere DayTbezoe DayThere
There was a bulletmarked story 5t y in ineach InMdt ineach
each empty sleeve and benumbed MnA Iknihand MnAand Hmtth
and they th y who lined the sidewalks knew knewContinued kewContinued knewContinued
Continued on Third Page PageFEi PageFEAR PageFEAR
FEAR FOR HEALTH HEALTHOF HEALTHOF HEALTHOF
OF FRANZ JOSEF JOSEFAttaches JOSEFAttaches JOSEFAttaches
Attaches of Court AfraidWeeks Afraid AfraidWeeks AfraidWeeks
Weeks Tour Will Qill Over Overtax Overtax Overtax ¬
tax Strength StrengthVIENNA Sirengt SirengtVIENNA
VIENNA VIE NA May 30 3OGreat Great anxiety cx cxIsts cxSEts oxlets
SEts In court circles here today toda lest Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror Franz Josef overtax himself durlag dur durIng
lag this weeks tour of Austrias new newprovinces newprovinces newprovinces
provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina HerzegovinaThe HerzegonaThe
The Emp Emperor cor who is nearly eighty years yearsold yearsold ears earsoW
old started from Budapest Budap t Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdaevening Saturdayevening
evening eveningA
A continuous round of dinners re reviews reYlews reviews ¬
views receptions and state functions is isplanned Isplanned Isplanned
planned in his honor necessitating frequent fre frequent frequent ¬
quent horseback rides and train trips tripsThe tripsThe tripsThe
The climate in Bosnia and Herzegovina HerzegovinaIs
Is most treacherous at this time of the theyear theear theyear
year yearTodays yearTodays ear earTO
Todays TO 3S press severely criticises theEmperors the theEmperors theEmperors
Emperors advisers for permitting him himto himto himto
to take such a trip tripCUSTOMS tripCUSTOMS tripCUSTOMS
CUSTOMS EPISODE EPISODECAMPAIGN EPISODECAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN WE WEAPONBRISTOL WEAPON PON
BRISTOL Vat va May IaY 38 38The The clash clashvhlch clashwhich
which Henry Hem C Stuart and wife had hadwith hadnith
with lth customs officials at New W York Torkthis Yorkthis Yorkthis
this week will be used against him in inhis Inhis inhis
his race for Congress in this district districtAfter distrIctArtor districtAfter
After having had twentyfive pieces piecesof
of baggage b8gb e held up Mr Stuart was wascompelled wascompelled tascompelled
compelled to pay 250 duty on his
wifes clothing clothingHe c1othl > g gHe
He is a candidate for Congress Congressagainst Congressagainst Congressagainst
against Representative Slemp Repub Republican RepubHean Republican ¬
lican and the greatest publicity isgiven Is Isgiven
given the incident
ATTENTION ATTENTIONCENTERS ATTENTIONCEtTERS ATTENTIONCENTERS
CENTERS IN THE COMET COMETHalleys COMETHalleys COMETHalleys
Halleys Celestial Visitor Still Object of Public Interestand Interestand Interest Interestand
and With Favorable Weather W e ther Farewell Glimpse GlimpseMay GlimpseMay 4
May Be Obtained Obtained
A faint farewell glimpse may be ob obtained obt obtained ¬
tained t lned of the th comet during the next few fewdays fewa fewdays
days a s K the weather conditions are fa favorable f8vorable favorable ¬
vorable but opportunity for the Best Bestlooks bestlooks est estlooks
looks looks te It past and it will be a a good goodlong goodlon goodlong
long lon lifetime before Mr Ir Halleys Hall s dis discovery discovery discovery ¬
covery again will be seen seenNow seenNow eenNow
Now that the comet has come and andnearly andnearly andnearly
nearly gone one without any an 111 gftectssuch Affects Affectssuch ccts ccts5K1h
such as were ere predicted by b uneny astron astronomers astronomers astronomers ¬
omers observers all over the world worldwill worldIUl worldwill
will IUl content themselves them ehcs with watching watchingordinary watchingordinary Watchingordinary
ordinary celestial bodies
KELLNER DEAD DEADBODY DEADDiscovery
BODY HID IN CELLAR CELLARI
Discovery DiscoveryBODY of Mutilated Body BodyUnder BodyUnd Bodyr
Under Und School School1 Ma MaSolve May MaySolve y ySolve r
Solve Mystery MysteryIX7ISVILE M MySf slery sleryLOUISYILE r
I
IX7ISVILE Ky May ay 8a aTae aTaelag Tne Tae find liedlag finding ¬
lag this morning of the decomposed decomposedbedy deeampnedbody
body of a little girl in a ninety Wity cellar cellarat eeI1Kat cellarat i
at Clay and ad Wahmt Wa1 at streets five blocks blocksfrom bIeekrom blocksfrom
from rom the KeUner home the ponce be be8ee belles
lles 8ee Ie e solves IOi the mystery SteJT which has ha en enveloped enveloped enveloped ¬
veloped the disappearance d of Alma KeU KeUner ¬ I inor
Del who It is bettered was kidnaped kidnapedfrom kidnapedfrom i
from her home here on Decembernet December S Stast I
net The condition of the corpse in indicates ¬ I Idleate idicates
dicates that it has remained ta the thedamp thedamp I
damp hiding place since last Ia t winter winterThe winterThe
The discovery l coYery was M made at 31 oclockthis oclock oclockthte oelockt I
this t ts morning aDd Coroner EMte Ell Duncan Duncanwas Dm Duneaawas eB eBwas I
was at once notified DOtI ed Chief Ltedseyj LllMisey Iieiseyhurried
hurried to the scene m an anUtWlW automobile automobileand l e eJMI I
and JMI has 8 no doubt that it te 1 the mincing mincingchild missingchild c cchlW
child childThe chlWrite childThe
The decaying torso for a ten limb Is temissing Ismissing ismissing
missing missingpet Is 1fT wrapped Ja a piece e of ear carhe earpet
petThe pet petd
The b body was found ta the collar un und 1111Tbe under
d der r St t Johns JB school schoolThe schoolThe < oe
The missing m g limb was 8 also 150 found ta tathe mthe inthe
the cellar and bears the little shoe The Thescene Thescene I ISCeDe
scene of the grewsome lt W80me find Is but five fiveblocks ftveblocks fiveblocks
blocks from the Kellner home which whichte
te at Jackson street tr t and Broadway BroadwayThe
The Kellner case J awaeted I tS ted xaurh 1t h at attention at1enUOft attention ¬
tention throughout the e United Unit States Statesranking Statesrank1n Statesranking
ranking rank1n in public Int rest with the fa famous f1Lmous innoes ¬
mous Whitla and CI Clarlte arlie Hoes Ro cases casesThe easesThe casesThe
The sleuths of a score of cities eltlesInceesanUy wortwd wortwdincessantly vorkedincessantly
incessantly for the recovery of the child childand ddldand childand
and a largereward large reward was offered by the thechilds Utecbllds thechilds
childs relatives and Del others othersFrank otbersFrank othersFrank
Frank Fehr a a wealthy brewer the thechilds thechilds thechilds
childs uncle made numerous trips to toother tootber toother
other cities on clews that turned out outto ootto outto
to be false falseSTREET falseSTREET falseSTREET
STREET CAR CUTS CUTSCHILDS CUTSCHILDS
I CHILDS L LEGS OFF OFFHurrying OFFHurrying
Hurrying Hum HumI to her mother who was wasstanding wasstanding
standing in front of her home on theopposite the theopposite Uteopposite
I opposite side of the street Tetta TVein Weiner
er two aDd a half years old of ffli ffliFourandaHalf 6SFourandaHalt 65 65FourandaHalf
FourandaHalf street southwest ran ranin raaIn tanin
in front of a northbound car aDd was wasseriously wasseriously wasseriously
seriously injured shortly before noon noontoday DOORtoday noontoday
today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The wheels of the ear passed over overher cweeher everher
her legs severing seerln both 1M th limbs at the theankle tltaI theankle
I ankle ankleAccompanied a1deI ankleAccompanied
Accompanied by b her mother the child childWRS ehCdwrs childwrs
I WRS taken take in an ambulance Da U to the Em Emergency EIIII Emergency ¬
ergency Hospital where It is said her hercondition Iterco hercondition
I condition co itlon is critical criticalWinlon crttieIWinton criticalWinton
Winton E W Wheeler e8l8r to the t e motorman motormanand MOtGlJIt8uI
I and Edward Ed ward C Shackt Sh ackt ford the con coaductor ceRJ conductor
ductor were taken to o the Fourth Pre Precinct Precinct Precinct ¬
cinct police station where they were weredetained weredetained
J I detained pending an investigation of ofUte ofthe
i the arc accident t
Last night Just to show s ow that it itnot had hadnot hadnot
not broken vp p or lest its train as ha Mbeen tae taebeen < s sbeen
been charged by several seven observers erte1W the thecomet thecomet thecomet
comet came out bright and clear In the thewestern thewestern thewestern
western sky sh for a few minutes though thoughclouds thoughclouds thoughclouds
clouds occasionally occa lenaUy obscured the view viewThe viewThe viewThe
The people of Washington de not notseem JtOtseem notseem
seem to have Ia lost interest In the visitor visitorbut YI viltorbut ItDr ItDrhut
but arc still making makl nightly JaJG t1y trips tripshigh M Mhigh tohigh
high elevations where they sit for forhours forbouTS forhours
hours watchjc the cornel cornelTonight eOIIHiILTonl seasTonight
Tonight Tonl ht If the sky k1 te char a fair fairview fairview
view of the comet may b be obtained obtainedabout oIKtallMllnbout obtainedabout
about nine oclock
SHIPPERS PROTEST PROTESTAGAINS PROTESTAGAINSr
mm r mm mmILL GIGANTICWALL GIGANTIGWALL
WALL STREET COUP COUPProposed COUPProposed COUPProposed
Proposed Increase In Freix FreixRates Rrei RreiRates j jRates
Rates Expected to Net NetBillion NetBillion NetBillion
Billion Dollars DollarsGOVERNMENT DollarsGOVERNMENT DollarsGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT ASKED ASKEDTO ASKEDT ASKEDTO
TO T PREVENT ACTION ACTIONi ACTIONScore ACTIONScore
Score of MidWestern AssociationsSend Associations AssociationsSend AssociationsSend
Send Delegates to ulHearing toHearing t tHeariag
Hearing HearingTe
Te or fit against a ail Imp hapeedimg Milling D btllioa 1ICWoadoDac blilioadoilar btllioadottar
dottar soup by r J T P Morgan JII rpa aDd the theallNd theaUIiM theallied
allied Interests e ts representatives repr8M11ta ft6 of ofscore ofseer a asere
score w mere of the biggest mid midWester mklWMena midWestern
Western shippers associations today todaygathered todaygatIMnci todaygathered
gathered ta this city to demand that thatAttorney thatAtMBeT thatAttiraey
Attorney General TWekersbara proceed proceedagtoet proceedagslnet NOC NOCagajD
agtoet agajD t the t e railroad traffic associations associationsa u eItJons eItJonsJDODOpOUe
a as monopolies la restraint re traJut of trade tra e and andviolators andof andviolators
violators of the Sherman antitrust lair lairA la lauA lawA
uA A gigantic attempt to pull off a coup coupon CCMtPIt coupon
on It Wall Street that will net the In Interests IntelMts interests ¬
terests a round bUtton is the way wayJohn wayJoian wayJohn
John M Glean chief of the transpor transportation traa trausportadfoe por porI ¬
I tation deportment tleprt Deat of the Illinois Manufacturers Man Manufacturers fanuuetaren ¬
ufacturers Association As oclation sums up the theanasen the8WiWeII thesudden
sudden movement movem eat ef the railroads railroadsthroughout raJ1odsthrour1Mut rsiloadsthroughout
throughout the country co atry to boost freight freightrates treghtP freightrates
rates vp P 3 3t to 59 per cent centWe ceDtuWe centWe
uWe We are here to demand d IRDd that the At Attorney Attorney ottorDe ¬
torney torDe G General nerat set the machinery of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Department of Justice te operation operationapalnot operationaG operationagainst
against aG ll t the t traffic associations octatJo s said saidGlenn saidGlenn
I Glenn today t8 to a reporterBe reporter reporterHe reporterMHe
MHe He has served rved notice against the big bigIndustrial bigindustrial
Industrial corporattone carnora Joss be has hinted at atproceedings atprocee atproceedings
I proceedings procee tD against ib t labor unions but buttne butthe butthe
the Mexest e t treat tru trustthe tt tne e most nefarious JMfarious0D nefariouscombine
combine 0D iIIM ol aJIQu M far been over
looked An And that fe the traffic traffictIoMtbe aesociadoesthe associa association ¬
tIoMtbe tion the Moms that meet and andrix andIx andrix
rix freight fret t t rates rat which the railroads raQrodsa4oat nllroediMoDt railroadsadopt
MoDtAn adopt
An Another ther Proposed IncreaseNotice Increase IncreaseWestern IncreaseN
Notice N has already been given ea that thatan thatan
an increase IIaeUe Ja rates its proposed In the theWeMeIa theWestern
Western classmcatlon territory Coin Coincident CoIncfdeat Colncideut ¬
cident with that t t comes the sewn that It z aper 2per 30 30territory
per cent boost iii ee III the Eut Eeatern Eeaternterritory m mterrltor7
territory likewise JlkMllt e We will ask a k Attor Attorney Attor1MJ Attoruey ¬
ney General WJckersham W nIbaIa t tv proceed proceedsptraey proceedw1wt MoceedtIte
w1wt the lVa Western eca > den as 5 a at atreat
t treat in II reetra re trtot o ol tracIe aDd a con con8IIIIraey conesey
sptraey sptraeyWhen eseyTiters
Titers ta > r tile IdIMq et tw this deal deItIte dealltbee
When the railroad 1 IIcI bin b ll was introduc introduced lDtroducell ¬
ed m Onsress It contained a provision provisionpmetax provisionpiecing NOvis1ontJafae
piecing trat tratnc a sortitions aliI t without the thescope th theope
scope of the t e Sherman law At that t t very verytime TerJtime verytime
time the railroads were secretly getting gettingtogether gettingtogether tting ttingtocetbeI
together for the coup On April 5 50 at atthe atthe atthe
the RaIlway Exchange In Chicago there therewas therewas therewas
was a Meret secret meettD meeting of the presidents presidentsof
of a score K < < 8 or more of the Wg g railroads railroadsOn TaIlroadOa
On May 22 1 Sn the offices of the TrunK TrunKLine TronIbM c cLine
Line Association on oaJHrtT liberty bcrty street streetNew j jNew JNew
New York there was wAs another suchkgathering BUd sucLgathering BUdgtherlag
gathering gatheringi
J T Pierpont t Morgan and others ot ers of th thaltted thc thcallied <
allied III interests at < < dictated the course Ii Iibrief 11hrieC I Ibrief
brief the be scheme was to boost freight freightprices ireigtprices retg t tall
prices all over the nation and therebycreate thereby therebycreate
create 1ar larger er dividends increasing tl tlvcJne tt ttvsJue tiIvalue >
value of securities te Wall street An AnI 1 1when iwhen
when the securities had been properly properlyskied propertvthe propertyskied
skied the ones on the inside of the deal dealwould dealpocket dealwuitf
would = pocket the proceedsDefeated proceeds proceedsDefeated preeeedsDefeated
Defeated ia is R BillThe BilL BilLThe Billthe
The the traffic agreement a eement section sectionwas sectionwas tion
was defeated in the railroad bill and to tathis tothis
this extent the frameup dldnt go gothrough gothrough
through as per schedule But unless unlesssomething u s
something te I done oDe it will be pulled off offroad otrju offis
is ju just t U pleasing a way to Ute rai rairoad rail railroad
road Interests as it was before beforeThe beforeThe
The railroads raJlroa s have ve broken faith withthe with withthe withthe
the snippers snippersSome 6jppenseme dhippersBesse
Some time ago the railroads raUlOAd agreed agreedwith agr agreedwith
with the Itttnots Manufacturers Asso Association Assnelationor S8O S8OelatJonor ¬
ciation elatJonor or a committee cos nmittee of that organi organization 0CaI1ZlLt18btO organtatiento ¬
zation ZlLt18btO te call them m in 1i for a confer conference eoaffreaee conference ¬
ence in the case that a readjustment readjustmentwas
was contemplated of the existing rates ratesWe rat ratesWe
We knew nothing DOt IBg about this t ia scheme schemewhich schemewhich e e11tbIeR
which has Just ju t come C > 1De to light They Theybroke Theybroke
broke faith with us usAnd usADcl usAnd
And not long > ago about the time of ofthat orthat ofthat
that meeting meetin In Chicago Cb o of tic th railroadpresidents railroad railroadpresidents
presidents pre tdeD I I met a friend of mine me whoat who whois 1DGis
is at the bead cf a big line 1I and Del he h said saidto saidto saidto
to me Well you y 1l thought bt youd put put1ft putus
us in n a hole oM with that corporation tax taxproposition taxI taxproposition
I proposition and Del now youll find your yourselves yourselves yourselves ¬
selves in a hole holeW21 hoIeWill holeWill
Will Cost a Million MillieaIt
uJt It will costihe eo cost t the allied interests some something something omelike ¬
thing like 51 sub t 0 t ft to agitate and aMthe spread spreadthe spreadthe
the news that the increases m lit cost of ofmaintenance ofmalatenaac ofmaintenanceIn
maintenanceIn maintenance in labor and all that thatmakes thatI that thatmakes
I makes the higher rates imperative iT iTthe Ietbe i f fthe
the railroads ral are to make a fair profi profiI profiit
I It will iU cost a mutton but the ones 0De8ltiDd te hehind
t hind the scheme will pocket a cool coolbillion coolbillion < < 001 001blllloD
billion billionThe blllloDThe billionI
The idea now is to raise ra te the rates ratogto ra ratesi tflS tflSto
I to the sky and and then if they are forc fOlffl fOlffldewB > < l thich lI
i I down hich it i iwill willwill win willbe be to a compromise figure figurewhich tigurtwhlcb resent
W which will be higher than the present presentoes plfSntODeS p pcoca
ODeS ODeSuIt
oesIt uIt It isnt t only the traffic organizations organizationsroper organizationsproper organisationsproper
roper proper that name 1ULUe increases IDcrea ee In rat rates TatpThere ratesThere s shere
There Is another ut t er way of doing it itand itandthis itandthin and andthte
this throi throb b the th socalled classification classificationorganizations claAUicatio1OQIttattoA ctasaifleationorganizations
organizations They can change e the thefreight thefreight thefreight
freight class c of shipments lp aeats Take chairsfix chairs chairsfor hair8for
for Instance 18 taaee Suppose they are now in inthe hithe inthe
the fifth etess etaMthe the classification expertcan expert expertcan eX4rteaa
can decide that they ought to be first tlrstciass firstclassand t tdaM
classand daM and nd the rate is of course higher higheron r rOft
on that division There isnt t really any anynecessity anyDeee anynecessity
necessity Deee tty for increasing Incr the rates when whenthte whtltills whenthis
tills scheme can be pulled off offHearing oaHearing nttHearing
Hearing This Afternoon AfteraeesArrangements AftemeDA AfternoonAranemenis
Arrangements A were made de for a ahearing a aJteadag ahearing
hearing this afternoon aftera of C f the repre representatives repnaBtattea representattees ¬
sentatives Btattea before the Attorney Genera Gen General n ¬
eral era Among g those who are here sow soware no noare noware
are areH
H J T Krake Commercial Club St StJoseph StJoseph StJoseph
Joseph Mo C J T Zielke cf Milwaukee Milwau Milwaukee Milwaukee ¬
kee H G Wilson and 0 V Wilson Wilsonof
of the Kansas City Comm Commereia CommereiaClub rojas rojasClub Td4fClue
Club J T H B Beek ek k of the St Paul PaulJobbers Pa111Toebers PaulJobbers
Jobbers Association E J J McVam McVanrOmaha McVamOmaha KeVanrOmaha
Omaha Commercial Club W WTrlek4ttl C CTricfcett
Tricfcett Minneapolis MerchantsTraff Merchants MerchantsTraffic XerehantTraft1c
Traff Traffic c A Association Asf ci stIoa tfo A E Clark Clarkcounsel ClarkcouJUJel Clarkcounsel
counsel for the Minneapolis MtaaeapollllKehants MtaaeapollllKehantsTraffte Merchants MerchantsTraffic MerchantsTraffic
Traffic Association F S So Pool of MinA Min Minneapolis MinnpoUa ¬
neapolis A R B EBI of C Deere DeereXottae A < dh C CK >
Xottae K h Ikte 111 W J Bvans vanes secretary of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the National a l XrrtaiUWral grIeultxl le8itral Implement Implementand IJRpl m n t taJNI
and Vehicle Ye lele Manufacturers 1ltact1l1en AssooU AssooUttoa Associatioa SO < Li Litioa
tioa William D Dtt DOA SC < < Haynle general generalcounsel geI1P geI1Pcounsel nera neracounsel
counsel Illinois Manufacturers Asso Assoc o
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