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Partly Cloudy Tonightand Tonight Tonightand II IINUMBER
and Thursday J jjj AST EDITION
1 NUMBER 6723 Yesterdays Circulation 46463 VASHlNGTON WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 1 1910 Eighteen Pages p ges PRIOlm ONE CEl CElI rP
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WICKERSHAM TELLS TELLSHOW TELLSHOHEHEADED
HOW HOHEHEADED HOHEHEADEDNE HE HEADED OFF OFFNEW
NEW NE FREIGHT RATES RATESP1
Plans P1 ns Formulated When WhenFirst Whenfirst WhenFirst
First Intimation of Inten Intention Intention Intention ¬
tion Was Received ReceivedINJUNCTION Receiv ReceiveddN d dINJUNCTION
INJUNCTION dN UNCTION LIKELY LIKELYTO LIKELYTO LIKELYTO
TO BE PERMANENT PERMANENTHappenings PERMANENT PERMANENTIaPPenings I IHappenings
Happenings Said to Have H ve HadPerce Had HadPerceptible HadP
Perceptible P Perce r eptibJ Effect on onSenate onSenate onSenate
Senate SenateThat SenateThit SenateThat
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That the Department of Justice will willbe willbe willbe
be able to obtain a a permanent injunction injunctionagainst injunctionagainst Injunctionagainst
against the twentyfive Western railroads rail railroads railroads ¬
roads charged with conspiring in viola violation violatIon violation ¬
tion of the Sherman law to raise rates ratesIn ratesIn ratesin
In Western Trunk lTunkLlne Line Association ter territory terrltory territory ¬
ritory is the confident confi ent belief of Attor Attorney Attorney ¬ i iney
ney General l Wlokersham WlokershamPresident WlokerJham WlokerJhamPre WlokerahamPresident
President Pre ldent Taft shares this confidence confidenceAttorney confidenceAttorney confidenceAttorney
Attorney General Wlckersham did not notjump notjump notjump
jump Into the fight to prevent the pro proposed propOt propoised ¬
posed pOt ed higher rates going into effect effectwithout effectwithout effectwithout
without knowing knov1n what he was v s doing He Hedid Jiedid Hedid
did not n t act on the spur of the moment momentor JDomentor
or on a few hours notice Instead Insteadhe Insteahe
ii he had h d been probing probln into the e situation situationfor
for several days before be re the th bill for a atemporary atcmp atemporary
temporary tcmp rar injunction was presented to toJudge toJudge tow
w Judge David P Dyer at Hannibal Mo MoMr MoMr MoMr
Mr Mr Wickersham today told the cir circumstances cir circumstances ¬ i icumstances
cumstances of beginning the suit He Heeaid He8ald Hesaid
said this morning that the matter had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been first called to his attention last lastThursday lastThurS lastThursday
Thursday ThurS < la when a telegram was re recslvcd received reC1IIVCd
cslvcd protesting against the proposed proposedIncreases propo proposedIncreases ed
Increases He did not act on this be because becQuse because ¬ J
cause it was vaS unsupported unsupportedHubbard unsupportedHubbard I IHubbard
Hubbard of Iowa Urges Action ActionBut ActionBut tion I IBut
But on Friday he received more mes mescages m6JIages messages
cages of protest and Representative RepresentativeHubbard RepresentativeHubbard RepresentativeHubbard
Hubbard of Iowa who is an old pro profebsional proteslonal profebsional
febsional friend called on him to tell tellhire tellhim tellMm
hire of the situation how the th shippers shippersin
in the Missouri river rf er country were pro prortesting pr prtesting protesting
testing and how they were alarmed alarmedand alarmedto alarmedend
and to urge him to take action under underihe underthe underthe
> the ihe Sherman Jaw to enjoin Ve he e In Increases increases increases ¬
creases creasesAttorney creasesAttorney creases creasesAttorney
Attorney General WJckerfcham WJckcr ham was wasImpressed wasImpressed wasImpressed
Impressed with the recital o of Mr Hub Hubbard Hubbard Hubbard ¬
bard and as he related tits circumstances circum circumstances clroum6tances ¬
stances today at at once nce took teok steps to toblock toblock toblock
block the increases In rates He seat seatto S6Rtto seatto
to the Interstate Commerce Cemmis CommisSian j jslon
slon 51 n and obtained affidavits showingthe showing shQwlncthe
the circumstances of the filing of no notifies nG nGt1ee notises = ¬
tifies of Increase by the roads Among1 Among1other Am Amon Amonother nf nfother
other things he obtained the fnfdr fnformation fnfdrmatlon Int r rmati
matlon mati on that a single attorney had died fIedthe diedthe Je Jethe
the notices of increase increase for all 1l the theroads theroads theroads
roads roadsHaving roadsHaving roadsHaving
Having accumulated the necessary necessaryinformation necessaryInformation necessaryinformation
information he proceeded to order one oneof oneot oneof
of his assistant attorneys Edwin P PGrosvenor PGrosvenor PGrosvenor
Grosvenor a trusted man to start itt 1rt for forSt for6t forSt
St Louis Sunday night Mr Grosvenor Grosvenorwent Grosvenorwent Grosvenorwent
went with the petition for a writ of oftemporary oftemporary oftemporary
temporary injunction in his pocket pocketShippers pocketShippers pocketShippers
Shippers Not Informed InformedWhan IDformeWhen InformedWhen
When the delegation m of shippers call called called called ¬
ed on Attorney General Wickersham WickershamMonday Wlck WickershamMonday rsham rshamllondar
Monday afternoon Mr Grosvenor Gr08v nol was wasalready wasalready wasalready
already in St Louis with the petition petitionor
or well on his way there In tolling tollingabout tollingabout tollingabout
about it teday Mr Wickersham ex axplained explained explained
plained that it had been deemed advis advisable adisable advisable ¬
able to keep it a secret from the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads were the suit was going soln to be befiled befiled beflied
filed Otherwise the roads might ml ht have haveappeared haveppeared haveappeared
appeared ppeared and argued that fie t e tempor temporary temporazy temporary ¬
ary Injunction n should not Issue without withouta
a hearing and this would have post postponed postponed postponed ¬ I
poned the Issue of the restraining order orderuntil orderuntil orderuntil
until after June 1 and the rates would wouldhave wouldhave
have gone into effect Hence when the thesnippers theshippers theshippers
shippers appeared appear d Monday afternoonf afternoon afternoonAttorney afternoonAttorney I
f Attorney General Wickersnara did not nottell nottell nottell
tell them what he had done doneWhile doneWhile doneWhile
While it appeared thrt the Cabine Cabinewctn Cabinetwetn Cabinet
t wetn over ov r the matter yesterday and andcocnselM ardo andcoensei
< cocnselM o n IMI d about it as a matter of fact factthere factther factthere
there was no question the suit would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be begun b un from the time Mr W WIcker WIckerham Wlckerj tcker tckeri
j > bam dug dlJ into the facts last 1a t Friday ar a adi adiSaturday t tSaturday
Saturday He was convinced from the thebestonins thebednnin thebednning II IISaturda
bestonins of his investigations InveJtf Uons that the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government had a strong case c e and he heIs beIs heIs
Is now no more fully convinced than ever everSchedules eerSch everSchedules
Schedules Sch u1e Not Sent Out OutWhite O OutWhile t tVIti
White VIti he had made up his mind to tobrine tobrim tobring
brine aotion before the shippers saw htn htnMonday bl71uRd hi n nMusdar
Monday uRd they were able a le to give him himsome himI himacme
acme some I me valuable Ju ble Information One Oneoe of the thefacts thef thefarts
facts f u ts they presented pr snted to him as tending tendingto
to show conspiracy was wa that when tLc tLcContinued tLcContinued tLeContinued
Continued on Sixth Ixth Page PageWEATHER PageWEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The weather wa thor in the States east of o the theMteslsHippl theMiesissippiriver
MteslsHippl Miesissippiriver river will be generally fair fairtonight fairtontlht faironsid I
tonight and Thursday but with consid considerable conslderal1e ¬
erable cloudiness in the Lakethe Lake region regionthe 1on 1ontke
the upper Ohio valley the middle middAt middAtlantic At Atlantic Atlantlc ¬
lantic and New England States StatesTemperature StatesTamperatnre StatesTemperature
Temperature will continue low through throughout throusout
out the Eastern S States tes tonight and andThursday andThursday andThursday
Thursday ThursdayFORECAST ThursdayFOIEOAST ThursdayFOREOAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbl1 Mary ¬
land and Virginia partly par1 cl5udyto cl5udytonight eludy eludynight l udytA udytAnJsht ¬
night and nd Thursday ThtJr ay not muah ° cHange cHangeJn aa e eJ et
Jn tapiperatpre t p t1re moderate wesforly wesforlywinds wesfurlywinds wesf rW rWWInds
winds J
TEarPBRATURES TEarPBRATURESS T TFrDfPI3I rP ATURES ATURESSam l1URJtjS l1URJtjSj
S Sam a m T 82
9 a hi nut e t r S3
18 lava a m in Si SiH
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12 j mf y W > g
i 3 ap p in m t ST STSUN 58 58SUN
SUN TABLp TABLpSun TAnLJDsun TAIiL TAIiLurt
Sun sun urt rises risesSun rise ses 485 485v JR JRgii 3 70 70n
Sun gii n sets se 1s i i Sl SlTIDF 1 1T
v T1BE TIDF T IF TABLE TABLEToda T TABLEToda BLE BLEodD
Toda odD eW = HJ J4Ji b 1Idt iW e 200 00 a m ard 22 222p 22p 22nt
p m Low Qrte de ssc J SC a m arid Sr 8 p m maomorro mmomorro
aomorro romorrovvTilgh > V High tide 2n 2t T a a m and and3j23 andSIf andSick
Sick SIf p m Low L w tide 925 9 92 a t m and 954 954p 9 9p
p in J1
inCjQ
CjQ SITION QF T flJ r1 JB WATER WATERRfAlt WATERHARPBPS V TER TERJtAR1SRS
fAlt HARPBPS BBS FERRY W Va June 1 1pptQmefc 1pptQm 1Pptgrna
pptQm pptQmefc 1 niiiddy mi dcty and 11 nd ShenandoaH htnan oaij clear clearthis clei1rtlls clearthis
this morning morningWhole J1orI11 tnornlnr i iWboie
r Whole Windows Glazed for 5125 Sra5Frank 5125Frank 125 125Frank
Frank Llbbey CO 6th N Y Ave AveAdv Avev AveAdv
Adv Advnth v
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Carpenters Carp I1ters Successor
CHARLES DYER NORTON NORTONWhom NORTONWhom NORTONWhom
Whom Taft Has Selected to Be His Secretary
CURTISS PROPOSES PROPOSESCAPITAL PROPOSESCAPITAL
CAPITAL IISEISJOO IISEISJOOAero RAISE 51000 51000Aero 6000Aero
Aero Club Asked to Con Consider Consider ¬
0 0sider
sider Plan for Inter Intercity Intercity IntercltY ¬
city Flight FlightPlease FlightPI FllghtPlease
Please PI se have b halve e Aer Aere PUB lub beard ard take takeImmediate takeImmediate takeImmediate
Immediate Immediate aotie on a plan for a JStOOQ JStOOQflight S91GASight tf1JO tf1JOflight
flight from New York ror lp y 0 ashjngton WasIJJR tVaslltpgtOnlanding ashjngtonlanding tOn tOnJandtAg
landing te be b made m dc on n White House Housegrounds HQU6grounds HQUaegrounds
grounds Washington n Club or indi indivlduale hidi hidividu Individuals
vlduale vidu hJ to contribute contrlltule JiiOO i E0 QO Aia re reuosttRg retlu reQupet9tig
tlu Qupet9tig uosttRg stlQ this Is information jnfo n for promoters promoterswho p promoterswho u rs rsho
who ho want rant to remain unknown knowll for the theproent theprosnt theprevnt
proent
JEROfctE JERO rE a S FANCIULLIManager FANCIULLI FANCIULLIManager FA1fCIULLrMauag
Manager for Glenn Curtiss CurtissWith CUrtiBS CUrtiBSVlth CurtissWith
With the suggestion sugg lon of a New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to Waahjgt8R flight scarcely tweutyfour twputy twputyfour tY Y Ytour
four hours old this message me sage recieved receevedtoday recievedtoday reclevedtoday
today by b Dr A F Zabn secretary of ofthe otUte ofthe
the Aero CluB of Washington indicates indicatesthat indicatesthat indicatesthat
that the project has passed Pa sed beyond therealm the therealm therealm
realm of streculat speculation 8 on and nd may be near nearspeedy nearspeedy nearspeedy
speedy realization realizationThe reaUzation reaUzationThe realizationThe
The message me age was in answer to a a telegram tele teJesram telegram ¬
gram sent yesterday by Dr Zahn to toCurtiss toCurtiss toCurtiss
Curtiss which was as follows followsHow tonosHow followsHow
How can n Washington Club coop cooperate cooperate cooperate ¬
erate to secure New York to Washing Washington ¬
ton flightMr flight flightMr flightMr
Mr Curtiss immediate answer answerthrough answerthrough answerthrough
through his representative repre entatlv Jerome S SFanciulli SFanclulll SFanciulii
Fanciulli a former newspaperman ne spapennan of ofthis oCthis ofthis
this city ie regarded reEa ed as indicating that thatan thatin thatan
an active Interest is being taken by bythe bythea1ator bythe
the thea1ator aviator in the proposed flight andthat and andthat andthat
that his cooperation in making it a asuccess asuccess asuccess
success can be be depended upon uponFanciullis uponFanclul1ls uponFanclullis
Fanciullis telegram howflver has hasproduced basproduced hasproduced
produced the greatest amount ot spec speculation speculation speculatlon ¬
ulation locally as to what steps tep are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being taken in New York ti > assist In Inthe inthe inthe
the 1nancing of the project projectWhether projecth projectWhether
Whether h t1er the plan of the New York Yorkpromoters Yorkpromoters Yorkpromoters
promoters is to obtain the t he e remaining
15000 in that city or have the various va various varlous ¬
rious cities which will serve as i top topping topin > op
ping in points on on the route of the flight flightcontribute
contribute contribute proportionatelY to the S20 20
000 prize Is not known Dr Z Zshn hti thisafternoon this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon said that it was his belief beliefthat 1JeUetthat beliefthat
that all the cities Itle at which the avia aviators avlators aviators ¬
tors would stop would be asked to tocontribute tocontribute tocontribute
contribute to the fund fundImmediately fundImmedilite1y fundImmediately
Immediately upon up n receiving Fanch FanciulContinued l lContinued lContinued
Continued on Sixth Page
I Ic G n ft NORTON CHOSEN EHOSENSECRETARY CHOSENSECRETARYTO
SECRETARY SECRETARYTOAnnouncement TO TAFT TAFTAnnouncement
Announcement oF Appointment Appoint Appointment APP oint ointment ¬
ment Expected From WhiteHouse White WhiteHouse VlhiteHouse
House This Afternoon AfternoonOfficial
Official oti of 1 announcement anno mcemeM from tfte ti White WhltaHOtttf WhiteHoo WhiteHouee
Houee Hoo a that Charies c Chad Dyar Dort Nertfp s Assistaat As Assistant A3SIstaBt ¬
sistant Secretary of 0 mime ° Treasury has hasbag has1a hasbe
bag 1a be noafoeted Secretary f 10 the Presi President PresIdent PreMdent ¬
dent te succeed FraIl X 11 Carpenter Caipenterwsuf Ca enter enterexpect
ws wsuf expected expect this ateraoon ateraoonMr aferaooa aferaooaMr t 8nMOIL
Mr Mr Taft and Mr Norton Mon had a break breakfast breakrut breakfast ¬
fast and Ad luncheon together toE er today toM and andIt andit andIt
It was a at breakfast t that the formalotter formal formaloffer formaloffer
offer of the position was 1 mode to Nor Norton Nor Norton Norton ¬
ton by the President PresidentAt
At a conference this t III morning at 11 11oclock uoclock 11oclock
oclock between die President Pr deDt Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General Wickersham Wlek Secretary SeeretJl y Bal Ballingaraad BallInsorAad Balfngar
lingaraad fngar aad Nortons or Rs chief el Seeretary SeeretaryMacVeagh sierearyYacVcl SearetasyMacVeagh
MacVeagh > b there wee dhyussion of tf f Nor Nortons NortORS Nortons ¬
tons future work and die b opinion optftl a was wasexpressed wasexprsesed 88 88exP11
expressed exP11 I ed that the aelMtion was the thebest thebeet thebeet
beet possible possibleIt
It was reported that tJN Norton would wouldgo wouldgo
go 0 to the White House Hou e under a leave leaelot leaveof leaveof
lot of absence a > e nee from Mr MacVeagb Mr MrMacAepgh Ir IrMaCYeftsb trMacVepsh
MacAepgh however laughed 1 at this thisiaea Utisfr tideid
iaea fr and said afd that if Norton left the theTreasury t e e1eary
Treasury s rea tivry DepartmeRt he would leave leaveit
it permanently permanentlyThe eUI8J1entlyThe
The nomination of Fred W Carrector Car Carpp Carfprter
pp rector tor the Presidents Pre tdentstermer former secre secretury seeretary serretary
tary to be minister D nlaler to Morocco was wasfavorably wastavorably wasfavorably
favorably acted upon by the Senate Senatei SenateCommittee SenateCommittee
i Committee on Foreign Affairs this thismorning thisJ thismorning
morning J > > ornln There was W3 no opposition tothe to tothe t9the
the nomination on the committee committeeSTRIKING committeeSTRIKING committeeSTRIKING
STRIKING MINERS MINERSASSAIL MINERSASSAIL MINERS MINERSASSAIL
ASSAIL WATCHMAN WATCHMANWILKBSBARRE WATCHMANWILlES WATCHMANWILKESBARRE
WILKBSBARRE WILlES RRE Pa June 1Strlk lStriking 1StrlkInS 1Strlking
ing miners started a riot at the Ewen Bwencolliery Ewencolliery Ewencolliery
colliery of the Pennsylvania Coal Com Company Company Company ¬
pany early today William Zeto a awatchman awalchman awatchman
watchman was shot and fatally wound wounded ¬
ed A detachment of State constabu constabulary constabulary constabulary ¬
lary was hurried to the scene where whereSheriff whereShentr whereSheriff
Sheriff Rhodes special deputies were werealready werealready werealready
already on guard JJar Strikers at all nine ninecollieries ninecoUleries ninecollieries
collieries of the company prevented prev preventedunion i1tcd 1 1union
union men from going gointork to work this thismorning thismorning I Imorning
morning I
SHIVERERS CHEER UP UPWORST UPWORST
0
WORST IS YET TO COME COMEForecaster COMEo COMEForecaster
o
Forecaster ror aster Says Sa Y s Cold Wave W ve Will Stay c cVisitNearly on n for f r Two Days Days1Visit Day DayVisitNe
VisitNe Visit Nearly rly Breaks r ks Record R RtscordHottest cordHottest Hottest June J upe First i is in inYears inYears
Years on Pacific Coast4 Coast s
Weather and temperature records recordsfrom recordsfrom f ffrom
from the Middle lIdd e Atlantic States to the thePacific thePaci1lc thePacific
Pacific coast went w n aglimmering SgUmmer pg yes yesterday yesterday e eterday ¬
terday and ipdayThe today tpda tpdaThe todayThe
The Weather Weather Bureau recorded a tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature of 46 early earlyo earlyhls o this morning mor fnS This Thisie ThisI Thisis
ie I within three dc deglees ees of the lowestrecorded lowest lowestrecorded lQwestr
recorded r corded June temperature in the last lastforty lastforty lastforty
forty years In Philadelphia the low lowoat lowf lowpat
oat f June temperature for the same pe period period period ¬
riod of time is 46 and the mercury this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning climbed down to within two twodegrees twodegrees twodegrees
degrees of this mark markBut mlrkl markBut
But l that fh + at Isnt all all says SlL 1S the th c forecaster forecastprMore forecasterMore toreca t r
More is isc coming mlnS for the extremely re ely cold coldwave co coldwave d dwave j
wave that that h t has b been ep ijweeplng SfW slwee eplq ins the th Great GreaJlake Gre Gre14e GreatLake
lake region re n is is expected ected to continue contlnte ntfn itsFront its itsFront I IFrClnt
Front Doors Glazed 400 4 O ApieceFraac Apiece ApieceFranic Apie e
Franic Libbey Go 6th N T Avo I
Adv d
visit here the t e rest of today tQda andthe andthebsst and the theb thebest
best b st part part of tomorrow It Is s possible possiblethat possiblethat possiblethat
that showers tonight er sr tomorrow morning morn morning mornfng ¬
ing may rn break the back of the cold coldwave coldwave coldwave
wave but again says s the forecaster
Its only a bare po possibility IbllIt3
To make things even more Interesting
than merely l rely a few naarrecords n for forcold forcold forcold
cold weather w ather in the East Qid Sol Got
busy out on the Pacifie coast yestorday yestordayanft yestordayani
and ani set three new heat records for the themonth themlJnth themonth
month of May MayAt MayAt ay ayAt
At Fresno Cal the temperature temperaturewent
went to 110 a rise of 6 degrees degreesover degreesQV degreesover
over QV r any previous record for a day
in May The Tb official thermometer at
Red Bluff Cal registered 104 degrees degreesCal degreesyest degreesyesterday
yest yesterday da and tHat at Sacramento cramento
Cal registered 2 degrees bbpve bpve the themonths Uiemont themonths
months mont s record of o 98 98Doors 98D 98Doors
Doors D is iInch I Inch Thick s50 150 150 ApieceFrank Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N Y Ave
Adv A v
I
lEM8ER FAVORITE FAVORITEWINS FAVORITEWINS
WINS ENGLISH DERBY DERBYNEIL DERBYi
NEIL GOW GO UN UNPLACED UNPLACEDAmericans PLACED PLACEDAmericans i
Americans Plunge on Rose Rosebery Rosebery RoseberY
bery Entry Ridden by byDanny byDanny b Y YDanny
Danny Maher MaherGREENBACK MaherGgEENBACK MaherCIEENBACK
GREENBACK SECONDCHAS SECOND SECONDCHAS SECONDCHAS
CHAS OMALLEY THIRD THIRDj THIRDQyfF THIRDQyrler THIRD0itr9j
j
QyfF ftirj Fairie 1 J Instead st g of the Q KingIe King KingI KingLeads
I Ie Leads eads 4sin in Successful Horse Ow Owing Owing Owing ¬
ing to Mourning Period PeriodEPSOM PeriodEPSOM PeriodEPSOM
EPSOM England June 1 IRunning Running an anexcellent anexcellent anexcellent
excellent race throughout and ad display dl8plYIng dlsplying displaying ¬
ing a form that marked tB8rk d fete twoyear twoyearold
old career A Fairies Lembers sired siredby siredby d dby
by the e formed Derby wimer Cyliene Cylienewas Cyl Cyllenewas e ewas
was first past pa t th the poet in the Derby te teday tej today ¬
day dayHte 1
His closest cIOH t rival
for the twoyeareW twoyeareWboners twoyearoldhonors I IhOBera
boners and a4I his h conqueror in the Two TwoThousand Tvi TviThou TwoThousand
Thousand Thou aftd Guineas Gut a month ago Lord LeadRossbarys LordRosebarys i
Rosebarys R068 IiJ Nell Gow ftatafced e4 back bae k te tethe fathe
the ruck His H nasty temper told oa eahim oahim II IIhim j
him After delaying the aMtftt ACUa Waearninetas ACUaminutes AtteMImiAute
minutes br his crazy action dos at the thepoet tAep8t thepoet
poet Net Go Gw refused retu W to t extend exte d hi histlf hiss hIIas
s stlf If 1 and was many lengths J behind 1MIh6 d the thewinner thewinner thewinner
winner winnerLerabergs winner winnerLembergs winnerLembergs
Lembergs trouble tr oble le came from roM aa un unexpected UfteXiooted uaex ¬
expected ex aoted quarter The jaujf ghaTo sharps be believad beIloued
lievad 110 > 100 that if Nsl N J1 Cow Go tailed to makEr makErgQld a agood agoxi
good sftawteg Charles OMaltey would wouldbe YIWIdbe
be the contender Instated ln teed the unexpt aaexPtCted unex unexpected ¬
pt pected cted happened and ad Viscount VUliera VUlieraGreenback VJlIIe VJlIIeGr VilliersGrcback
Gr Greenback Hck displaying dJ plytJl bulldog Du g oourage oourageand 08urage8Pd eourageare
and a fine burst ad a speed had Leathers LeathersstraishtSHed Lemb Lembergstraightened < < 1 1stra1lh
straightened stra1lh ed i U I win lib by a short neck neckCharles n nCharlos neckCharles
Charles OiJalley OJan y notched ftnl ecI third two twolengths t tlent twolengths
lengths lent 8 away awayLembere avqLemberg aaalLemberg
Lemberg the Favorite TavoriteShortly FavoriteSNrU FavoriteShortly
Shortly SNrU before the e horses went to the thepost t thepoet e epolK
post an avalanche avalanche oc c money moB came cameOIl hi isn hion
on n Lemberg and ad he JteiWeat weal to the Olefavrite pest pestfavorite pestfavorite
favorite in the Batt settiq s with Ut the Roser ROSOrbery Roi Roibery Roserbory
bery a close second sece 4 choice e etee OMailey OMalleywas OMaileywas
was as well backed in the t e la late e betting bettingNo
No sooner had they reached the t e bar barrier brrier barrier ¬
rier than NeAl Gow began to hght He Hebroke Hebroke Hebroke
broke up half f a dozen do attempts to set setthe getthe et etthe
the liMo elel away a and several 1 times ca cene cenenear D9 e enear J
near 1 unseating u S UDg Maher Ib After Aft a dehx dehxof dMavof delaof >
of Afteen minutes t the ute barrier mist mistsprutignd > tw twsprs
8 sprs sprutignd sa g and lid ike tJaj Held boldT boldsated d race sated a awop aw towar d d3a
Totd T Totttesteaaa 3a corner alirned aH ned Mt lyre a troop tr troopDillon 1
0 or <
Dillon O Rode Ode Great Gr ii Race RaceThe RaceThe e 1
The white orange atoeves aiee + res and cap capof capot capof
of the favorite fa voritc showed hi front for a aminute aminute
minute and then DOWn toek a steady e 1 ¬ J
log pull on him and he placed him hi hi hibehind dobehind
behind the Scat nIt flight close to At the raH raHWhen ratlWhen railWhen j
When the Held Jl6I4 turned into the stretch stretchthe Mretethe stretchthe
the white black seams and cap of the theCunliffe theCunlihfe
Cunliffe stable were in front and az for arnoraent a amoment amoD1ent I
moment the crowd Clewdt thought Mgbt it I was wasLemberg wasLemberg wasLemberg
Lemberg but the favorite was wa soon soonC soonklcked
klcked arfes ed up running eual easily ly lyXMUon just behind
C harles OMalley
Dillon on ea Lemberg a and d Tmntploman TmntplomanOB T eaa a 1
OB Greenback Gr DINIck made ma4 their rw when whenwell v vwell whenwell
well straightened traJgttone away a way lu hi the stretch I
and it was a l fine duet uettG to the Inteh
DIllon outriding outridn his opponent oppon op k in the t j
last sixteenth stxt8 Itth b nt ntnose
and wtsni winning g by D y yThere a scant scantnose
nose noseThere noseTlMre
There was much disappoinuaent I
among the crowd because ec1IM Colonel
Roosevelt failed to appear Accommo Acc mmo ¬
dations had been set apart for l him + lm m
The result was essentially tlaUy British Brltt ll llMr
When Mr Paine Jed home the be winner
the crowd fairly forgot its mourning for
King I Jng Edward who
performed that ot otDistance 0 04ce
4ce a year ago agoDistance agoDistance
Distance of the be a Race RaceThe Racelhe RaceThe
The d nw u < of C this t I6 m meat at famous of ofraeos orrac ofraces
races rac J InfO mile Ie four furlongs and twen twentynine t1GBtynJne ¬
tynine tJ The puree is A Sftw 4j14 5ls 3L 3LilJo
5 ilJo < JO 0 wit i fM 00 and 9M to thesecondand t thesecond theseceadand secentl secentland
and third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The The odds db against jSreeaback reeD ack today todaywere tolaywere todaywere
were lit Vfy to I and 109 to 7 against againstCharles asalnstCharles againstCharles
Charles OMattey OMatteyAmerican OMiJl Q3lalleyAmerican o
American bettors lost heavily on Neil NeilGow NeilGow NellGow
Gow which they backed because of ofMaher orIaher ofMaher
Maher being In the saddle in spite spiteof spiteot spiteof
of reports that the colt bad gone lame lameCrowd lameCrowd lameCrowd
Crowd Wore Full MourningAlthough Mourning MourningAlthough I
Although the death of l King Edward Edwardhad Edwardhad Edwardhad
had had a depressing depr sslnS effect and most of the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd wore full mourning the thous thousands thouaDds thousands ¬
ands congregated OB the the hills overlook overlooking overloeLIng overloetlug ¬
ing the track and along the rails defied defiedthe deftedthe degedthe
the Inclement Jn l ment weather and were as asdemonstrative asdemonsiratle asdemonsiative
demonstrative and pleasureseeking as asusual asusual asusual
usual usualThe usualThe usualThe
The American contingent couUng nt was out in
force despite the thefaet fact that it bad only
a sentimental interest in the race the theusual theusual theusual
usual bra br luck of American Amerloanentrants entrants
In this las lassie ic ichavlng having stuck and all the theeligible theeU theeligiblet
eligible eU bl from tro1 across acro the water ellmln eliminated culminated
ated d Harry HaI p WHitney1 fine colt
Witcbwork admitted to have a good goodoutside goodoutside goodoutside
outside chance was scratched 5Cratch by Joyner Jon c
He went ent lame while being galloped San
day
> Kings Box Is Draped DrapedThe DrapedThe DrapedThe
The Kings box bo from which a year ear ago agoKing aeoKing agoKing
King Edward descended to lead back baekthe backthe backthe
the winner Mmoru was deserted It Itwas 1tW88 itwas
was draped in heavy mourning crepe cr pe
tied with wit purple ribbons while blaek blaefcstreamers blaekstreamers
streamers were entwined aoout the themain themain
main inclosure inclosureHichard InclosureRichard InclosureRichard
Richard Croker and a party of friends friendsTtol friendswere friendswere I
were earl early arrivals Cioke Cro 6r and Big Ig
Tim Sullivan had ha a good bet down downon
on Neil Gow the favorite f vorlte because Dan Danny Danny Danny ¬
ny Malt Mahr Ma ° r had the leg up upSUICIDE upSUICIDE upSUICIDE
SUICIDE I IS S SWEPT SWEPTOVER SWEPTOVER WEPTOVER
OVER NIAGARA FALLS FALLSUnidentified FALLSUnidentified
I
Unidentified Man JJa Steps St p Over Rail Railat Railat Railat
at Prospect PrQsp ct Point Poi t a and andDisappears andDisappears nd ndDisappears
Disappears DisappearsNIAGARA DisappearsNIAGARA DisappearsNIAGARA
NIAGARA FALLS F LS X Y June L lAn lAnunldent 1Anunidentified An Anunidentified
unidentified unldent fied man stepped over the rail railabout railabout railabout
about ten feet from the brink at Pros Prospect Proapect Prospect ¬
pect Point P lnt today and went over the thefalls thefalls
falls fallsHe fallsHe fallsHe I
He was six Ix feet In height medium
build fortyfive or fifty years ye rs old dark darkmustache darkIJustaohe darkmustache
mustache dressed dressed4n hat hatThe An n darkclothes dark clothes sack sack1coat snckcoat sackcoat
coat and soft hat hatThe hatThe
The body has not been b e recovered recoveredPairs r rpaoveredPairs 1Qv r 4 4Pairs
Pairs of No i Blinds for 125
Frank Libbey Go 6th N T Ave
Adv Ad
f >
Official Marked for Ax I I
FREDERICK JL H NEWELL NEWELLDirector NEWELLDirector NEWELLDirector
Director of the t e Reclamation Service Who Is tft Be Displaced By Army AnayEagiaeer ArmjyEngineer ArmyEngineer
Engineer
TRIAL BEMILLERMEETS OF 1ILIEB 1ILIEBPresence
i MEETS MORE DELAY OELAYPresence DELAYPresence
Presence of Illiterate Juror JurorDispensed JurorDispenseq JurorDispensed
Dispensed With W th and Tales Talesmen T Talesmen Je Jemen ¬
men SummonedT Summoned
TIt Tian T trial of t Jeton Bart BltAHi MftHar ac accused acot seamed ¬
cused of xtenstv8 peaulattoas from fremthe tremUe fromthe
the brat P CooperaAive cper8o e Buila4og a ItKllig aseeclatloa Asee Aaeeatloa Aseecfatioa
cfatioa atloa of Georgetown GftC rgeMw of whose funds fundshe taDdbe ulnashe
he is said to have misa Jal misapprpnisted misapprpnistedmore q prepiaated prepiaatedmore
more than UM lS4Mf seems beset with withobetoeiac wi withobslaoias t1a t1aoIMttaes
obetoeiac obslaoiasTilde obetoeiacThfci
Tilde Kor ni rMng > g t th e 4 4f eo OetY orr s < aa aa1IIU
1IIU 1IIUthe jnrym JIIU1 n Ia tII tIItM the afddr afddrtime
the panel had bejHi sheeted following foHowtogthe oIIowtDgUN
the exhaustion exhu tioa of tae twenty chat challenges e chatlong l lallow
long lenges allowed allow put a sadden sad ea stop tOJ to tothe totile tothe
the proceedings proceedingsTester INocee4tBPTe proceedingsYesterday
Yesterday Tester Te t nIa ay mwl meriting Henry E Davis Davisof Davisof
of counsel ee l for the defense pleaded pleadedthat pksaAadthat Je ad adtJtt
that the presence pre ace of aa R employe of the theUnited theUnited
United States Marshals Mar bls Office on the thegrand theJrDd thegrand
grand jury jUr which returned the indict indictment hldtctent indictmeat ¬
meat ent against n8t Miller charging him himwith himwith
with bavin having destroyed the records J r of ofthe ettlac f fthe
the association aa ectatioD in addition to those thoseind4etmonts
ind4etmonts charging embezzlementdiequaUfled embezzlement embe2lementHfted embessiementdtequalifled
diequaUfled Hfted that particular part1 ulr indictmer indictmerThis iridictmerThis tm er f fThis
This question e tion ie still to be e settled settledHardly aettIMHardly settledHardly
Hardly had the paul been sworn swornby swornby
by E J McKeedeputy McKee deputy clerk o 91 the thecourt thecourt
court this thl morning mOrniD when Mr McKeewas McKee McKeewas YeKeewaa
was caUed and ad told that one of the themen thelIIe themen
men lIIe oa th t this paul eeald o id neither B er egad egadnor r rD readnor
nor D r write He was promptly diechaged die discharj5 Usetaacg
charj5 etaacgWJtk chaged chagedWltk 6 6WJth
WJth eleven eve MMI pl te the box Dis District I District > is istriet ¬
trict Attcrney Attcrner AttCJl Wilson W Naaeked asked the t e court courtto Q4Hrtto courtto
to discharge 4iaebt the jurors and ad order rder a anew a anew aW
new W jury impaneled To this Y MDavis Mr MrDavis YDvls
Davis obj ebjoctod scted cted and a the court took toekadjetlrJllIMftt gm gmedjeernmont a a8do
8do adjetlrJllIMftt raneat until tomorrow when w en he hei hewill bewill
i will rule en the t e queUen queUenIn quea queaIn
In asking tee e court t to dtoohrge uge the thej uejwry thejury
j jury ry D District tr > ot Attorney Wilson and a Me MeUie we8fJIstut idsMant
8fJIstut Mant James Procter argnad arpe that tllutthe thatthe
the right of being tried bya by a a aslect property propertyselected properlyseleotet
selected slect jury S ry was one e e which whiektJIede whiektJIederendant the defondant de defendant ¬
fondant could not waive suggesting suggestingthat 8U sugj 98Ug 98UgtJat ostipgthat
that it was a constitutional preroga prerogative ptero8tlVe prerogative ¬
tive He argued that the only course courseloft courseleU courseleft
loft open for the court was the dis discharge dlsdtarge discharge ¬
charge of the tb present pi ent panel paaejAs pELRe1As panelAs
Davis Daviswho DavIsviI Daviswho
As a a compromise Attorney
who viI with Attorney John E ELaskey Lackey Laskeyis
is conducting tae t defense offered toallow to toallow toallow
allow additional talesmen summoned summonedprovided summonodprolded summonedprovided
provided he was given the right Sht to toexercise toexercise
exercise his remaining challenge challengePROTEST c challengePROTEST aH nge ngePROTEST 1
PROTEST IS MADE MADEAGAINST MADEAGAINST MADEAGAINST
AGAINST AWARD AWARDThe
The No No1 15 Maxwell has es protested theaward the theaward theaware
award aware Qf agerfeet a perfect score f > Co to t No 14 Mo Mollne Moline Jo Joline
line on the Ground that it stalled its itsmotor ItsmotGr itsmotor
motor on the second days daY run from fromStaunton fromStaunton fromStaunton
Staunton to Richmond The protest protestwas protestvas protestwas
was fled fit d this afternoon atter oon with jth R RCaverh B BCaverly BCaverly
Caverly Washington Wa lnJton representative of ofthe oftfte ofthe
the control beard of the American ADu rlcan Au Automobile AvwmobUe Auwmoblle ¬
tomobile Association As Assrdatfoa 191
ZING POT UF BEANS BEANSHURLED BEANSHURLED
HURLED AT PRINCE PRINCECrazed PRINCECrazed
Crazed Pole Arrested After AfterSupposed After11ppos AfterSupposed
Supposed 11ppos Attack on Frederick f Fred Frederick ed ederick ¬
erick William WilliamBBRLGC WlliliamBBK William3WA
BBRLGC BBK Jtoae J MRe LA L sine Nt NtwkJa et Wed WedWkh tlledwith
with beans vas waaUae the weapon 1 of elwtdeh oe oeatmctfon destruedon
atmctfon which Abraham Btrwatea ar artess asinss 6 6PoII
tess e PoiMi PoII Jay JT h hMrld ri d at Grown GrownPrtnee CntwaPrtIIce lowmPianos
Pianos Frwiwdck tWIObut teoar as th thJattor the tItero theer
Jattor er rode ro e at tie h ban h bead IIi it o e the fkreM ireediar ireediarGtraain tar tarThe
G Gtraain atlBec 1M 1MM aesi aesiThe
M 4lnRJlhC 4lnRJlhClhe
The Theand slope pot aelesetl tile CHoIIIa psisse psisseand
and Btrnck Btrnckwoux a > aoUosssaa insledag I c a aW awound I
woux wound W > 4 that bled profvsetv prohsetyKing profvsetveAOte
King Albert of B
who wu a aWIIt agiee I
giee WIIt of baser at the Pavew W reds be beaide te
aide the cr crown prince but OK tile tilee side sideseuaote
eAOte e from the 1 e mojtfa mojtfaSitwebw ssaniseIlrsweise aae aae1SlIWebN
Sitwebw was JmrniMatety v T teIy teIyIee listed by
the Belfce Iee He WM violently y Mrpaae
it was aeceeearl ry to manacle eJe bejh Ills hteThe at
lees and M aI1llii bet before be ecMIW ecMIWto be se
sev d to toThe yelgrr yelgrrThe
The attack caused anIC r
1I1aowi ehoegh the
CJIOwa ncMoe e ww inctiimiL inctiimiLof I cIia
to Ja8IId1 at the hcId nt when wtIeawbat h Sostnil
what nsisme t the e raedac e bad used
He JRa mulct t hart heu1 that I ens GIld
of 4 bean > aas aasREFUSES t 9 prince reillllorMolL reillllorMolLREFUSES repwrjtedREFUSES
REFUSES TO QUASH QUASHBROWNE QUASHBROVNE QUASHBROIWNE
BROWNE INDICTMENT INDICTMENTJadge I I1IDICT I EIVT EIVTCbkago
Cbkago icago Jadge Holds H Stafcrte Stat St alite teGov teGoveming Gov Governing tJorerlling ¬
erning Case Is IsFaulty NGt NGtFaulty at atFaulty <
Faulty Faultye FaultyCSIOGO FaultycIIICAGO
CSIOGO JUDe LJe Mme is
tile ± e Superior Court today todayWature to F ref reCw ed te
te + the ind1ctrueet t
galnst Lee LeeleW6r US eN
Br99n3e Dasseerati leader et r the Leg
Wature l in connect eoou wixh wk Ute I LartsrOr etoi
brit bribery rTO ery ry charges This meaas thTirS thTirSw the trial
w will proceed preceMat at once onceBrowse 4 onceBrowne RCe RCeBroW1leIs
Browse BroW1leIs te aeeuee a of ofaistii
paying 5 StJ0Repreere LQ 00 te
RepresenteOve Re aistii Ye Cb Charfe ales e8 Avote A White Wh WhJ4se for ble I
vote for w William Ldrner Ion i Uaked
States Senator SeD8tQrJ
J4se J + tdge e McSweJsr held lteWttaet tint tile statute siatitgoverning
governing lb th the e ease e e JqISJtOt i was not ot faulty
States Attorney AUfilm Edmund Bake BurkV V t
Sangamon count COUD county remained r here t tJ
hear a Ord d receive a eopr of tie decision decisionducting ded lotl
te be used by him en a guide Wde in eon
ducting his jBv investigation R hue t th thcharges ties tiescharges e
charges of a legislative legisl ye eorr e ITIptioa > ipUoa niHch
is declared e Jared t9 t have
aNe marked the t e passage paeeaeeor plUl68gear
or defeat defeat of every bill at the t e recent r t ses session 8 sessioa S Ssion ¬
sion of the lawmakers IawmakersCounsel lawmakersCounsel 1a wmakersCOUMe
Counsel for Browne argued r ed that t et no In I IIiUctment ¬
dictment could be sustained uetamedatBioit uetamedatBioitB againstBrowne against againstBrojvae
Browne B WAe in this county as the aileged ailegedefTer augeefrer ed edoffer
offer It Itto was saw eecrred in Sanga Sangamea
mea me e county giving the jerllsdlidjea aienn aI A
to that countys official
I The Price Pri Priceof e of Gas GasThe
The priqe of o gas in Washington Washington is noW 90 cents per thousand tho U1d U1dleet ouWc ouWcfeet OWcfeet
feet
It twas was reduced by the company voluntarily voluntaril from 1 tin July 11908 11908to 1 11909 11909to 1909to
to head off public criticism of an extra dividend dividendo of 10 per cent for that thatyear thatear thatyear
year yearIBAS ear earGA
CHAS GA COMPANIES S DO NOT NOTJBDUCE REDUCE RATBS RATI + VOLUNTARILY VO 40UTARIL 11 JARILY ° UlvLESS UN UNLESS UNLESS UNLESS ¬
LESS FORCED FORQ p TO DO SO BY PUBLIC SEOTIMENT SBEe ° TIMENT FOSTERED BY BYSUCH BYSUCH BYSUCH
SUCH A CAMPAIGN CM PAIGN AS THAT MADB BY IJY Y THE TEVIHS TEVIHSGAS T4QSGAS Th1IHSGAS
GAS COMPANIES DO NOT REDUCE RATES VOLUNTARILY VOLU ARILY UN UNLESS UNIjESS ¬
1 LESS ESS PROFITS ARE A GREATDEAL GRHAT DEAL MORE THAN ENOUGH TO TOOFFSET TOOFFSET TOOFF
OFFSET OFF SET THE REDUCTION REDUCTIONDoes RED CT ON ONDoes
Does this justify the contention of The Times that the price p ice of gas gasnow gasnow gasnow
now should be not more than 80 cents centsIf contsIf centsIf
If so what is the House going to do with the BorlandGary bill fixing fix fixing fixIng ¬
ing the rate of charge for gas in the District at 80 cents centsIF oeatsIF centsIF
IF THE HOUSE IS ANXIOUS TO ASSURE THE PEOPLE OF OFWASHINGTON OFWASHINGTON OFWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON OF A FAIR DEAL FROM TH THE T GAS AS COMPANY O COQ AlPAilY IT ITWILL ITWILL ITWILL
WILL PASS THE BORLANDGARY BILL BI AT THIS SESSION SESSIONPretty SBSSJOP SESSIONPity
Pretty P tty Mantels for 300 Apiece ApieceFrank I Moldings No i for i Cent Cenfa a Foot FootFrank I
Frank Dlbbojs IIbbo Co 6th N Y Ave I IAdv Frank Libbey Co 6h N Y Ave
Adv Adv
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DIRECTOR NEWELL NEWELLMUST NEELLMUST a
MUST HIVE PLACE PLACEto PLACETO
to ARMY ENGINEER ENHlNEfRTaft
i
Taft and Ballinger Ballet ger Determin Determined ¬
ed iso tj Reorganize Reck Reckmation ReoIamanqn R Rmation
mation manqn Service ServiceTO ServieeTOEFPECT
TO TOEFPECT EFFECT CHANGE CHANGEDURING CHANQEDURTNG CI3AN CI3ANDURING
DURING SUMMER SUMMEREfficiency SUMMEREmciency SUMIVURi SUMIVUREftkkncy
i
Efficiency of Military Corps OxpsiIJ OxpsiIJPanama in inPanamaBelieved iiiPanama
PanamaBelieved Panama Beiiel Be + hev tjd Eltt te Have H ie Gaosed iGausedPr ClhllsedPresident GaosedPresident
President Pr S dent to t Favor Pa Pits PIttaBy PitsB PlatBy
B By j JAMES HAY Jr Jroe JrOne
oe ef d the e most t drastic > ladseats in inUte Intime
Ute wuduet of the Govermo aoOII un is 1twiI 1twiIJIIet bssfners
ners Teat pr eposed by this + r4dstra r4dstration tra tratlaawtn
tlaawtn tion will IMr put NIt into erect lids IIIiMUD IIIiMUDtile moni monimer
mer y tile aPpolnttpoe ot anarmy anarmya an aanDJ aanDJ4Ikeetoc army armyengineer
engineer a as director of the tb reetama reetamaFrederick redmatIGII redamatioa
tIGII service Ja the Ie interior Departsent Depart Departaccor
sent accor according ta P idea pIa agreed on
It by Secretary eeretary BaUJacer and ad tIN Pre Presi 1 1t 1lrederldt
dent dentlitederiek t
Frederick H Newell the pr prot present di director director
rector of the service has been slated slatedfor ted tedfor
for dtedsssi 1 for Dearly a year and andwin
he win go in July or A AUp Autgust AutgustUp
Up to tIIIa time tile name f t the thearmy 1f 1frJBT >
army steer wit who wilt take tbeplaee the place
has Dot ot b been n announced and it itbe mar
be that BO one baa been definitely deefelychosen definitelychosen de8lalteJcbolieD
chosen So far a as could fee found out onittoday out1Ody outmay
today merely elT the
general plan for a asweephift alIWeepDc asweepvng
sweephift reory reor iri aaoa toII of the serv service MrVice service ¬
ice ba II has ban talked over 0 by 3fc gr c Taft Taftj Tattlad Taftand
j and ad Mr MrIIae Bali Batttager BatttagerThe ger gerTim
The Tim aewn of the proposed change ebaII in intoct ineoDII incoed
coed ucthts the jkeat eat redaration Itioa pro
ject Of the eoeratry caste ti tedT dai as a acII
cII duct awrprfee to those tIIo e Interested iIIten ted
While Mr Newell hag a strong foUo follow lio lioMovement
In lug < < to the West In tI this IJ city and among IDOn
the INOII prominent DeDt WG waekers In the anions oDaI
CDIItMrYatiee Movement It toe IIao been
ea pletty well understood for soee son e tin tinMr im >
at be troldd hams
to leave his preen ple en r rit
J QI tioB Mr BaHinser it bag been
8owa OWu OWuhim him foe pr some time desires de hss to rt rtHRf
place him with some other otMcepae mum mumls
HRf ls a epezea f w wBut + r Chaste ChasteBut ClaneBut
But Jew if any mersoaa h ilL > e nIe1al eiai
J life woe e prepared spared tar die r ftIpert rt that thattbo thahdaa thattthe
the Adaseide4oa JmhihUmdon hdaa I s is about to ctecee cteceeJiniaiii dsargefib e er
fib eaprtt 1 < < i eserve rv rvv
labr v It aadar r so ae sy ec ecIt enIt
It wa was Jiniaiii oat outJa > tbfc won
howower Ja > that this to te Une In with the theMp thereptWt thereport
Mp report t which I da was ennent sure me weeks weeksthat weeksthat weeksthat
that Mr Taft bettaveg the army armyMM ann annUN armyare
MM are re of aceh a ti order ordereL orderet
eL f ability IUty that they shovM be given givenoil iven ivenail
ail I the emptojrment yooxfWe far the tbet
GoveranMnt t and that there iMMdd w be bethe beestablished
established t WW > ed the castom of caUta oUlig r on
them > And detaiiag etaUn < r mom for work workmcuaed WOrkWMeever workwbesever
WMeever tile oppotttasdty sears en
Some of the friends 8f Mr Newell Kewellka
inclined IDcI led to object to the theUMU Nan ka claim claimT claimthat
that to win result in an anflMtng array ngineers rs
flMtng all the aobs mtiMnliiaiL rose e jabs ia t twill the these
se and that these will be 1 e taken takenay takenso
so ay T from oe the work
many manymoat men who ar arJDO a amost
moat JDO t expert m it Tina Tfcfcnot IaeweweI is isnot isnot
not resaamBiattq c T J 1M at this t twho time bJ those d10sewho thosewho
who hive b e formulated the thethat adsesae
From ue to tottme time theme have been beenor beenccmplalntn
ccmplalntn or Ism t o tree a of mone moneMrdoe money
Ier the Mrdoe aed IU critics have e scid 14
that better b tt r MIUJU r mlts couM be obtain obtainmoney
for the same amount of money that is iaItacers isapaat isspent
spent for this purpose ltUrpe e apparently ty th thbaYoe these theseQ
Q lticMms have been bade OIl o Mr Bal
Ua Itacers ers iaterKin tutga on to sake ir Ire r the chaag chaagthe
WJdIe It is DOt thught that these will
lie a total iIbu ehaage e oC the peen or ortboe oftse
the engineers wonting on the he projects projectsit
it h is geoerally nadentoon that tromtime from ft om omtime
time to time as the army my eIIiDeerpdD egieersgala engineers engineerst
gala experience and IaIowledce ei c t th thwork the thework
work they w8I M pin NIt iIIt8 int the Import Importlit Important
ant lit posts
Caaal Record < < PioMcc PioMccXT PIeMeLXr PkaetMr
XT T Taft Ct hw Mea JMijiitoi f w with the theMMdc theMIiIk theawek
MMdc dune br tie army eaiiseees Mja ers ersthe CA CAtlae enthe
the Panama canal and ad this mar y have havereason havebeen ve veMea
Mea ODe big reason r for his hI tanking tankingjmt tsiskfngwelt t twell
well Of the plan 10 put one of f these thesea tb tbeftIcen theseodteers
eftIcen is charge of a amicie which wmchycpend whichejpenis
ycpend < appvosimateiy Sha11I4W rM Htia a a year yearMr 7NrXc yearMr
Mr Ballteser BI fe docertboi as bettev believing MUeytDgtIaat believingthat he hethat
that the army arm engineer neer selected for theplace the thepftex theJ
pftex J place cI ytUL 1 have wLn little trettbto in m ma asaster asasterlog ter terteg terg
log g any of there tbe e details etaIIs of the M week ex exarmy extraIaeee extraneena
traIaeee te die cdtaery service lit the thearmy thearmy
army armyoa He aIM believes that by ellln nailing nailingon
oa the Ie army far suck OBRhiiiMm J A uta work workmove W workthere < < k kthere
there wm M built 1Ip a move capable capablelit eapableseat capablestaff
staff lit < < ot 0 of men for these tbe e projects pIOjtecD than thancould thancould thancould
could be obtained from dvjl Ch Ml life at atGovernment atGovernment t tvenameat
Government venameat rnlariraa miadesXr iIIII rnlariraaXT IarieL IarieLXr
Xr Newell well has bean m Ja the t e roelama roelamatJon recIamadolt redamalion
dolt and kindred work tor about twenty twmtyH t twentyyoam ty ty1rL
1rL H Be first aU1a attracted e4 attention aU utioa by bywork bwwork
bin work as chief eI e hydrociapher of the theGeological theCJeooIocieaJ theGeological
Geological Survey In TOK he was made madechief madecIdeC madechief
chief engineer for the reclamation work workad workaad workand
and ad when ben the service was made a sep separate separate separate ¬
arate and cI independent bureau be was wasnamed wasJlalDed wasasked
named as its director directorAs dIrectorAs directorAs
As long aco CO as last summer r the tbeport re report rewas ¬
oast port was N pruted stated that he would YO J4 be letoast let letout lett
out t o of f the the th service but I ut tMb ttI BaUtager BaUtagerFteohet IbitrerPiachot r rPIIIdH
Fteohet t row and other matters held h id up upaction upac upsuet
suet action ac oa until the present thne thneINSURGENTS Urn UrnINSURGENTS u uINSlJ
INSlJ INSURGENTS GENTS TO SEE SEEROSEVELT SEEROSEVELT SEEROSEVELT
ROSEVELT AT T DOCK DOCKThe
The House Hoa e iastirsenta at will go to New NeweWc NewYftk NewYtirlc
eWc Yftk IK a body to meet et Colonel Reese BeoteYeit B Reesevolt oe oelt
volt lt tC plans IIIaDs now JIOo f being formateieil by bytaprencntmtlve b bR8PIIIIeDtative byRepresentative
Representative Cloy < > r7 of Wiecoaola W don dont dontmiIi dontminixrry t try
miIi minixrry erry ry Representative Jtepre atatiWe Gary baa IIMp8CGLl sugtbe sug sugttoe
p8CGLl ttoe sgfccnie ebe Ie to several 2iMJftII of 0 has as asi ast as asnun
i aaa they t t ey bare readily agreed agreedIt
to It He bltev es tt ntilcw the House Bou BoiseItodf HousetU e ekHIt
kHIt tU appoints a riimmlnn ttw to gr PMt PMtfenDer et the ther thefermsr
fenDer r Prceideat Pre ldeat the tileow Insurgents abovU abovUtheir sbauldshow
show = ow their appreciation eda on at Colonel ColonelBWtt 0aI0De1RMIVdL colonelRoosevelt
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