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DEATH RATE HIGH HIGHSpeaker HIGHIN HIGHIN
IN SLUMS OF CITY GITYASSERTS CITYASSERTSOYSTER
ASSERTS ASSERTSOYSTER ASSERTSOYSTERSpeaker OYSTER OYSTERSpeaker
Speaker at Peoples ChurchDeclares Church ChurchDeclares ChurchDeclares
Declares Conditions in Dis District District District ¬
trict Are Appalling AppallingFURNISHES AppallingFURNISHES AppallingFURNISHES
FURNISHES FIGURES FIGURESTO
TO PROVE CHARGES CHARGESSays
Says Twentytwo Out of Twenty Twentyfour Twentyfour Twentyfour
four Infants Die Within WithinYear WithinYear WithinYear
Year of Birth BirthThat BirthThat BirthThat
That conditions among the slums of ofWuhlngton ofWashington I IWashington
Washington are appaJlng in spite of ofthe ofthe I
the efforts of the Health Office to rem remedy remedy
I Iedy
edy them was 38 the declaration of E W WOyster WOyster o i
Oyster today In an address on infantmortality infant infantmortality Infantmorta11ty
mortality at the Peoples Church this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningHe j
He told of his personal experience experiencei j jin
in i visiting the homes of the poor inWashington In InWashington inWashington
Washington as a special examiner for forthe forthe j jthe
the Pension Bureau and said he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not find words to describe the squalor squalorIn j
in many places placesMr placesMr placesMr
Mr Oyster pointed out that In eleven eleenh elevenhealth j
h health alth districts in the city the mortality mortalityamong j jamong iamong
among white children under one year I Iof Iot Iof
of age WAS 144 to the thousand He Heshowed Hashowed
showed the th statistics from thirteen city cityhealth cityhealth cityhealth I
health districts dl trlcts whore the mortality for forcolored forcolored
colored children under one year was was43u I
42341 to the thousand The death rate rateamong rateamong rateamong
among the white children outside of the thecity thecJt1 thecity
city was SOSO and among colored chil children children children ¬
dren outside of the city 9L74 9L74Total 917Total 9174Total
Total Death Rate RateThe RateThe RateThe
The death rate for the entire District Districtamong Districtamong Districtamong
among the in I Ir + ants according to Mr MrOjster MrOyster MrOyster
Oyster was last year 13323 D3 for the thewhites thewhites thewhites
whites and 32736 per thousand for the thecolored thecolored thecolored
colored This average is greatly re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced he said because of the low rate rateoutside rateoutside rateoutside
outside the city where the little chil children chIldren chitdren ¬
dren have plenty of sunshine and fresh freshair frshair freshair
air airThe
The total death rate was given gcn by Mr MrOyster MrOyster Ir IrOyster
Oyster as follows
White Colored ColoredCity ColoredCity ColoredCity
City 1858 2856 2856Country 2Si6Country
Country 11S6 9 24SO 24SOBoth HsoBoth 480Both
Both 1480 3SOO 3SOOThe 2800The x600The
The figures quoted by Mr Oyster to today tochy today ¬
day on the ravages of the white plague plagueillustrate Jlagueillustrate ptagt o oillustrate
illustrate the necessity n es tty for fresh air and andsunshine andsunshIne andsunshine
sunshine He found that the deaths per Jl f
100000 among amo the white population from fromtuberculosis fromtUberculosis fromtuberculosis
tuberculosis amounted to ltt7 among amongresidents amonGresldentliS amongresldents
residents on streets and 30S4 1 among
dwellers on the alleys of the city cityHe clt cltHe cityHe
He found tho deaths among the color colored colored colored ¬
ed people living on streets amounted amountedfrom amount amounttram amountedfrom
from tuberculosis alone for last year yearto YMrto yearto
to 42LS per 100000 The rate among the thecolored thecolored thecolored
colored inhabitants of the alleys was waa6i2
572 per p r 109000 109000Some 100000Some 1o000oSome
Some More Figures FiguresIn
In one of the health districts d1 tt > icts of the thenorthwest thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest section of the city the statistics statis statistics statistics ¬
tics show sho that out of twentyfour colored coloredchildren coloredchildren coloredchtldren
children bcrn twentytwo died before beforethey beforethey beforethey
they attained their first birthday That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was in uislrjst No S In district No 7 7seven 7se 7seven
seven se en colored children were born and andsix andsix andsix
six died before they were one year old oldIn old oldIn oldIn
In other health eat h districts of the city citysuch citysuch y ysuch
such as No 19 and 20 O the mortality mortalityamong mortalityamong mortalityamong
among tho colored children was about aboutas
as great Strange as it may seem Mr MrOyster MrOyster Ir IrOyster
Oyster declared that the southwest sec section sectlon section ¬
tion is not the seat of the greatest In Infant Intant infant ¬
fant mortality He attributes much of ofthe orthe ofthe
the life saving among the little children childrento
to the work of the Neighborhood House Houseand Houseand Houseand
and the Infants Dispensary DispensaryE
E H UHL RESIDENCE RESIDENCEDESTROYED RESIDENCEDESTROYED RESIDENCEDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIRECountry FIRECountry FIRECountry
Country Place of Former American AmericanAmbassador AmericanAmbassador AmericanAmbassador
Ambassador With Art Treas Treasures Treasures Treasures ¬
ures Ruined RuinedLoss Loss 360000 360000GRAND 360000GRAND 360000GRAND
GRAND RAPIDS Mich June 19 19ValdhoIm 19Waldholm 19Waldheim
ValdhoIm the beautiful country rest residence resldenc restdence ¬
dence of former United States Ambas Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador ¬
sador Edwin H Uhl valued at SJ 5360000 5360000was + J0000 J0000was OOO OOOas
was as destroyed by tire early this morn
Inc IncBesides
Besides the building many man thousand thou and
dollars worth of art treasures were wereconsumed wereconeumed wereconsumed
consumed The lOBS is onlv partially
covered by insurance The origin of the
fire is s unknown unknownWEATHER unknownWEATHER unknownWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The disturbance that was over New
England and the St Lawrence valley
Saturday moved eastward to the Cana ¬
dian maritime provinces and within the
last twentyfour entfour hours caused local localshowers localshowers localshowers
showers and thunderstorms in the mid ¬
dle Atlantic and the Nev Ne England States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and the upper Ohio valley vany1arm
Warm weather Is now eneral In prac ¬
tically all districts east e st of the Rocky Rockymountains Rock Rockmountains Rockymountains
mountains and there was as a consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able rise in temperature in the last lasttwentyfour luttCenrtour lasttwentyfour
twentyfour twentyfour hours In the plains States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and New 2 ew England EnglandThe EnFlandThe EnglandThe
The Indications are that there will be bethowcrs befhowf beshowers
showers fhowf > TS tonight or Monday In the middle mid middle mldd1 ¬
dle d1 < Atlantic States and the Ohio valleyand valley valleyand vallp vallpand
and generally lair weather elsewhere elsewhereeast elsewhereeast elsewhereeast
east of the Mississippi river riverThe rIverThe riverThe
The weather will continue warm over overthe overthe overthe
the eastern half h 1f of the country during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the next fortyeight hoursTEMPERATURE hours hoursTEMPERATURE hoursTEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREa
F a am amp m Vs
9 a sn m 76 i6Ji 76to
12 10 11 noon a a m m IS a i iFORECAST SR
Ji 1 2 p P 1t m m j f Su SS
3 p m SI SIFORECAST 81FORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTProbably DISTRICTProbably DISTRICTProbably
Probably cloudy with IUt local showers showerstonight showerstonight showerstonight
tonight or Monday onday continued c warm warmlight warmJI warmlight
light JI ht to moderate variable winds windsSUN windsSUN windsSUN
SUN TABLE TABLESun FABLESun ABLESun
Sun rises 483 483Bun 43Sun 4
Bun sets 729 729TIDE 729TIDE 7 7TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEToday TABLETodayHigh fABLETodayHIShtidc
Today TodayHIShtidc TodayHigh High tide 525 a m and 608p 60S 60STomorrow 6 S Sp
p m La Low tide 121 a In InTomorrcHh momorrewHigh
Tomorrow TomorrcHh High tide 611 a m mand mand64ft and and64J
64J pm p m Lon tide 1221 a m and 1 li8 li8p i ip 8 8p
p m mHARPERS
CO CONDITION J > ITION OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY V W Va June 19 19Both 19Both 19Both
Both rivers very muddy and very high highthl5 highth highthis
this th c morningr morning
r
I Scenes At Roosevelt Reception And On Homeward Voyage
Colonel Roosevelt Descending Ladder of Cutter on the Way Up the Bay
WAITING IN LINE LINETO LINETO
TO FILE CLAIMS CUIBHundreds GLAIMSI GLAIMSHundreds CLAIMSHundreds I
Hundreds of Prospective Set Settlers Settiers t ttIers = ¬
tIers Seek Lands Now Nowi N Nowin CV CVi CVin
i
in Reservations ReservationsCASS
CASS LAKB Minn uan June 1Ione 11Onehundred One Onehundred
hundred andsevontefc and Ievonte uen u n aA ar inUse inUseat In Uae Uaeat 1ltteat
at Case Lake land office ofrlce patientlyawaitiag patiently patientlyawaiting JJotlcnUawaitht
awaiting opportunity ODP rtunlty to t file temorrow tomerrowmornlons temorrowmornlhe t rroW rroWmomlO5
mornlhe claims on homesteads bome ttoad 4n n Defer DeerCreek DeferCreek r rIJre4l
Creek Chippewa Leech Lake and Wln Wlnniblgoehish W1ftnlblg06hlsh Mnniblgoehish
niblgoehish reservations It Is t a district districtmade d districtmade ltrtct ltrtctmad
made up of more mor than 3lfiOO acre and andsomo aDdmc andsome
some < < mc of the better claims particularly particularlyin
in Deer Creek Cr and Chippewa rtserva rtservations T8ervatlons reservations
tions are worth between 43000 andisoco and Ad Ad60c0
16000 isocoSince 16000Since 60c0Since
Since May Iay 12 the prospective settlers settlershave settlershave settlershave
have been assembling at the land of office office office ¬
fice Day Da by b day the line has beensteadily been beensteadily beensteadily
steadily lengthening As long ago a o as asJune asJune
June i there were twentytwo in this
land office of ee brigade and since then
there have been so many recruits that
tomorrow morning mornln at 9 oclock when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the filing is to begin the line will Wilt prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be three blocks long
It Is an odd assortment of chairs ex ¬
tending down the street away awa rrem the
land office door There are office chairs chairscane chairscane chairscane
cane seated chairs arm chairs rock ¬
ing chairs upholstered parlor chairsmorris chairs chairsmorris chairsmorris
morris chairs stools benches and andseats andseats andseats
seats of every sort Each has a tag
bearing its number its owners name nameand nameand nameand
and also the polite request Please keep
off
CROOKSTON Minn June 19 19The 19TheIonS 19Thelong The Thelong
long line of men at the Federal build building buildIng building ¬
ing who have kept their tedious watch
for to a week day and night are look
Ing eagerly forward to the end oftheir of oftheir ottheir
their long vigil Monday A train from fromarroad
Warroad til arroad this morn mornln morning Ins brought about aboutfifty 2boutfift
fifty fift to swell the line and larger largerdelegations 12rgerdelegations
delegations are expected Monday Monda MondaThere
There are now seventynine men in inline Inline inline
line
TO WATCH OVER CRETE CRETEPARIS CRETEPARIS CRETEPARIS
PARIS June 19 19To To insure respect respectfor respecttor respectfor
for their decisions the four protectinpowers protecting protectingpowers protectingpowers g
powers of Crete France Great GreatBritain GreatBritain GreaBritain t
Britain Russia and Italy Ital have do doelded declded d dtided o
tided to send naval forces to Suda bay baya ba baa
a harbor In northwest Crete
1CIJSTTE1PTEDWoman 1CIJSTTE1PTED SUlGmATIEMPTEOFOLLOWING SUICIDE ATTEMPTED ATTEMPTEDFOLLO1INGARREST
FOLLOWING FOLLO1INGARREST ARREST ARRESTWoman
I IWoman
Woman Jumps From Second SecondStory SecondStory
Story Window But ButWiliRecover ButXlillRecover ButWilkRecover r
WiliRecover WiliRecoverHunttttated XlillRecoverHted
Hunttttated nod disgraced d she jh b6 be believed Moou believed ¬
lieved u bY being D arrested on a charge chargeof
of o disorderly conduct JOm Julia Xorri6enth1rtyon Xor XorrMoa Ior Iorrlden
rMoa ri6enth1rtyon thirtyone years year old tried to end endher endhee endher
her life this morning monaln < < by jumping from froma
a secondstory rear window wiJl ow of her herhome belhoJDe herhome
home 111 Xew Jersey avenue ven northwest northwestLanding nortbwefiLAnding northwestLanding
Landing on a plot of soft ground groundMrs poundMN groundMrs
Mrs Morrison was w shaken up and andbrnfeed andbr andbnifsed
brnfeed br Mcl about the body but at theEmergency the theEmergency theEJDe
Emergency EJDe ency Hospital where she be was wastaken walltaken wastaken
taken in an ambulance mbu it was said saidshe saidshe k ksbe
she was nc seriously hurt hurtA hurtA hurtA
A messsgt was received at No C po police police police ¬
lice station about 5 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeeterdaJaCternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon that there was a disturbance disturbanceIn
In the building butJd at t 4 47 JC 7 Pennsylvania ave avenue ay aynue avenue ¬
nue northwest t Policeman Hood re responded reapon responded ¬
sponded apon ecl to the call and arrested Mrs MrsMorrison MrsMorrison In InMorrJ
Morrison MorrJ on who was alleged to have havecreated haecrted havecreated
created the disturbance A crowd ero gath gathered gathered j jred
ered red while Hood was waiting walUo with the thewoman theoman thewoman
woman for the arrival of the patrol patrolasS PAtrolrs patrolend
asS = Mrs rs aiorrteon orrl8on begged 5ed him not to totake totake totake
take her to t the station in the wagon wagonMrs wagonI wagonMrs
Mrs I S Hood quieted down after reach reaching reachIn reaching ¬
ing In the station and a short time after afterward alterward afterward ¬
ward a friend arrived and deposited depo tted J Jcollateral Si Sicollateral 6 6collateral
collateral for her appearance nuaee In the Po Police polko Police ¬
lice Court Monday onday morning While she shewould shewould be beToukl
would have ha va been allowed to forfeit this thiscollateral th18eoIlaterl thiscollateral
collateral it is believed Mrs Morrison Morrisonthought Xorrlsonthought Morrisonthought
thought she would have to appear r in incourt Incourt fncourt
court personally and rather than face facethe facethe facethe
the disgrace dtJ of answering n werl the clNugea charge chargeagainst
against a aht h her r on the he police blotter deeM declded decidLplng deeMed
ed to end her tree lifeLptng treeLlJinK
Lplng on a cot in the EmergendyHospital Emergency EmergencyHospital EmergencYHQ
HQ Hospital pltal Mrs Morrison declined to an answer anstr ansscr ¬
swer questions or make any statement statementsho statement8M statementShe
She even refused to tell UK doctorsher doctors doctorsher doctorsher
her name na and it was only onl through the tneinvestigation tMInVestiton theinvestigation
investigation made by the police thather that thather thather
her identity ld nUty became be e known knownLater knoynLater
Later Mrs Morrison requested that thather thath8r
her brother who 00 is employed at a agreenhouse agreenhouse
greenhouse in Anaooetta be notified notifiedShe
She probably will leave the hospital h tl tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow
COMING FROM SCOTLAND SCOTLANDTO
TO BECOME JUNE BRIDES BRIDESThirty BRIDESThirty BRIDESThirty
Thirty Young Women Among Steamers Passengers Met Metat 11etat Metat
at Port by as Many Men Whom They Are tor to toMarry torl
rl Marry Within the Month
NEW EW TORE ORK June 19 19The The jolliest jolliestcrowd j jolliestcrowd JUest JUestcrowd
crowd of passengers that has sailed sailedinto eailedinto calledInto
into this port in some time arrk arrived arrivedtoday arrkedtoday ed edtoday
today on the Caledonia from Glasgow GlasgowIt
It was a shipload of near June bridesThe brides bridesThe brIdeaThe
The purser is authority for the the state statement statement statement ¬
ment that thirty of the passengers passengers are areto areto areto
to be married this month Those atthe at atthe atthe
the pier surveyed the young youn women as asthey asthey asthey
they landed and they could not understand under understand undrstand ¬
stand wh why the young Scots allowed all wod this thisaggregation thisaggregation thisaggregation
aggregation of beauties to get away awayThere awa awaThere awayThere
There were girls of a the Lady Babble Babbieand Babbleand Babbleand
and almost every other type of fem feminine femInine fernmine ¬
inine attractiveness with the oxception excep exception exception ¬
tion of the Junoesque woman who was wasnot wasnot was wasnot
not among those on board None ot otthe of ofthe ofthe
the girls needed apothecary aid fortheir for fortheir fortheir
their complexions which showed what whatHighland whatHighland whatHighland
Highland air can do unassisted unassistedJennie unassistedTennle unassistedJennle
Jennie Thompson vivacious and pret pretty pretty pretty ¬
ty was one of the first to land Albert AlbertKaefner AlbertKaefner AlbertKaefner
Kaefner of Atlanta made a rush and andembraced andembraced andembraced
embraced her He had not seen seenhis seen his
fiancee in three years and he came to tothe tothe
the pier armed with otth letters from the thechief thechief thechief
chief of police of Atlanta and several severalrailroad severalrailroad severalrailroad
railroad officials These letters com complimented compUmented complimented ¬
plimented the young youn mans characterand character characterand cbaracterand
and abilities and his h sweetheart read readthem readthCln readthem
them proudly proudlyRobert proud proudRobertRueselt proudlyRobert
Robert RobertRueselt Russell
of XewWrgh was wasawaiting wasaW2IUng wasawaiting
awaiting Jane Plnnegan Pin an whom he weds wedsthis wedsthis wedsthis
this month There she Is he shouted shoutedto
to several persons on the pier as soon soonas soonas soonas
as he saw a 2 slip of a girl in a fetching
dark gown and he rapidly made his hisway hisvar hisway
way to her side sideMargaret sideIargaret sideMargaret
Margaret Taylor of Edinburgh will willmarry willmam willmarry
marry her cousin Daniel Jack He was wasat wasat wasat
at the pier too as was aa Joseph Harri Harriman Harriman Harriman
man of Pittsburgh who came to meet meetAgnes meetAgnes meetAgnes
Agnes McCheyne of Glasgow GlasgowAre GIMgf GlasgowAre w wAre
Are you one of those tlM > PIttsburg mil millionaires millionaires ¬
millionaires
lionaires yet she asked askedNoresponded askeduNo askedNorespondedHarriman
uNo Noresponded NorespondedHarriman responded Harriman H rrlmanb but t 11hope I
hope to be beto betot ber
t r
i
Photo by American Presa P Ai A Aeasetatfea AeasetatfeaKrmit etatlan etatlanKftnait tatl6ftKwmit
Kftnait Roosevelt Iryitk Wit Tw Two a of His Frieadc 811 a Board B rd the Kaiaerm Kail nY Augusta Augustat
t Victoria oa tie Way to New York
TWU ARRESTS MADE MADEIN MADEIN
IN MURDER CASE GASEPolice CASEPolice
Police Expect Mystery of ofMorris ofMorris ofMorris
Morris Sachs Death to toBe toBe toBe
Be Explained ExplainedNEW
NEW YORK June If ItTIM Th police poncebelieve policebelieve tOIic tOIicbelieve
believe they are on the trail of t the themurderers Uuamurderers themurderers
murderers of Morris orril Sachs the New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York jeweler who was robbed rob e4 of of3M orI of1Ai6
3M I worth orth of j Jewelry wlry Ir and whose whosebody WhOMbody whoeebody
body was thrust into a trunk and andleft andleft ad adJett
left in a hallway hallwayIn
In the Essex E sex Market court this thismorning tblsmonlinK thismorning
morning two suspects were arraigned arraignedbefore arraJpeclbeCon arraignedbefore
before Magistrate Xa lstrat Cornell and held heldwithout heldwithout I
without bail on short affidavits for fora fora
a hearing OB Tuesday TuesdayThese Tue TuesdayThese day dayT
These T men n were Frederick Piedzurro Piedzurroand Pledztlrroand Pledsurroand
and Pietro Carollo The former had in inhte Inble Inhis
his possession HMMe don
three rings which were wereidentified wereIdentlfted wereidentified
identified by Paul and Isidor Sachs as asbelonging asbelonging asbelonging
belonging to their father He could not notexplain notexplain notexplain
explain how the rings found their way
Into his pocket and Detective Gavotte Gavottewho CaVODewho Cavonewho
who made the arrests believes the thequel thesequel thesequel
sequel quel will soon be known knownThe knownThe
The murder was as coldblooded coldbloodedrevolUn cold blooded and andrevolting andrevolting
revolting revolUn as a the recent killing killl g of Ruth
Wheeler yet the two men when hen con ¬
fronted with the charge showed no ap ¬
parent feeling
Coroner Holtzhaueer feels sure that
the mystery my tery will be cleared on Tuesday Tuesdaycated
The arrested men have been Impli Implicated 1mpdcated
cated in Black Hand threats and are
believed to be connected with the Lupo Lupogang Lupogan Lupogang
gang gan which was connected with a re recent recnt recent ¬
cent kidnaping kl naping case caseBOSTON caseGAME caseGAMENOT
GAME GAMENOT GAMENOTSOUGHTBYHITNEY NOT REGORDS REGORDSSOUGHT
SOUGHT SOUGHTBYHITNEY SOUGHTBYHITNEYBOSTON BY WHITNEY WHITNEYB08TO
BOSTON Mass June If 19Wits 19WitsCapt Vltn VltnCapt < u uCapt
Capt Robert Bartlett at the helm the thesturdy thestllrd thesturdy
sturdy stllrd little Canadian steamer Beothic Beothicpoked Beothle1 Beothle1poked Beothlpoked
poked its nose out from Boston har harbor harbor harbor ¬
bor shortly before noon today with withPaul withPaul withPaul
Paul Rainey Harry TVhitney and a asmall asmsll asmall
small but experienced crew on board boardThe boardThe boardThe
The Beothic was chartered for a ahunting ahunting a ahunting
hunting and fishing trip in the Far FarNorth FarNorth FarNorth
North and Mr Rainey who defrays defraysthe detraysthe defraysthe
the cost of the trip stated to a Munsey Mun Munsey Muns6i
sey s6i News Service representative repro entaUve Just Justbefore justbefore justbefore
before the boat left leftWe lefte leftStie
We e are bound north for hunting huntingand huntingand huntingand
and fishing W We e are not going ts lookfor look lookfor lookfor
for Dr Cooks buried recordsWe records We are aregoing aregoing aregoing
going as far as Etah possibly further furtherWe furtherWe
We want to get back by October Oc ober If Iflay itpossible 1fpossible
possible but if we are oomp comeel1 led to tolayo tolayover
lay layo layover over > ver another yearwe y earw e have plenty plentyof
of supplies to do so
RECORD RECORDNOCURTISS
NOW NOCURTISS GURTISS AIM AIMFlight AIMFlight
Flight for Farthest Up UpHonors UpHonors UPHonors
Honors Planned b by byAviator byAviator Y YAviator
Aviator AviatorLOUISTILLE AviatorLOU1SVILLI AviatorLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE Ky Jw Jule 1 e MLThe MLThegreatest 11 I T The ThegreateK e e5l
greatest 5l crowd that t t ever apoamhlod Mil bhd at atChurehiM atCfttrebut atG7nrehlll
ChurehiM Downs was Wu present today todaysee te teGlenn IeMe
Me Glenn 0 H Curttec Curd as and J C Mars Marsla MarsIn ManIA
la their Curtise aeroplanes ae go at ateeral afterseveral after < <
several worlds record recordCurtis r rCur recordCurtiss
Curtis Cur Curtiss yesterday ye ye tenJl broke t tine tb e quick quickstart qulekatart quickstart
start record reeo making K in bar 1Mar seconds secondsflat HCOndftt
flat Today he was scheduled c ecIWed to attempt attemptte attenspto pt
to lower the record for altitude tkwM but this thisevent daisevent ibisevent
event was postponed pe tpOne until late in n t tafternoon the be
afternoon when the wind te expected expectedsubside to tosubside toSeveral
subside subsideSeveral subsideSeveral
Several motorcycle event eventp alto O are on onthe ORtbe onthe
the program ram Freddy Huyck the theworlds OMorkls theworlds
worlds champioi and several severaltrack other othercrack otJMrcrack
crack riders being entered teredo Curtis Curt Curtfars a aMars and andMars
Mars leave I v there tomorrow for Minne Minneapolis Jl Minnspoils nne nneapolls ¬
spoils Minn for a series of exhibition na
w ud d on Futh Avenue Cheering As Asthe Asthe Asthe
the Parade Went By ByBY ByCONFERENCE ByCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE HELD I IBY
BY TAFT AND KNOX KNOXSecretarys KNOXSecretarys KNOXSecretarys
Secretarys Boom for Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Gubernatorial GubernatorialNomination GubernatorialNomination GubernatorialNominatlo
Nomination i Discussed DiscussedA i iPennsylvania
A confarnce directly eeeerrnieg the theP7IWu thePeney1va
Pennsylvania pottttasa sknatYs s sbeM was WAI8MIll wasbell
MIll at th 1M White Haw Hawbwea this thisbitwaa tMBlI
bwea President lI r r Taft httate and Secretary Secretaryto
t 9iate ate ateliah Xaroz XarozN
N uahatent liah u uto way gbaa sat relntl e eto
to the conference 04 fl fltary The bean flIC ectary IfBeN
tary Knox for the p wnfamtiom i Holt Holtc far av avernoref slewettnref
ernoref c Pennsylvania p Pennsytt na1a wa was discussed 4 diecuuedthat AM AMthat aUthat
that nomination ta would mean a vacancy vacancyin cIIC7 cIIC7I
I in the Cabinet It te receiving serious no at ¬
tention OB the part of the AdminisCrattott AdminisCra ta tatIoIt
tIoIt tIoItf fl ttott ttottf oe
TartdeBt f Tat yesterday 7e8teI Y saw Senator SenatorPunrose SenatorPtdanNIe SenatorPearson
Pearson That Senator Seaatornot Ptmoati penroeenet does doesRepresentative
not swat m Knox JaOIIIiaate4 for lorlac < < c csad
sad bas lac kl his slate fixed up to nominate nominateRepresentative e eR
Representative R Tener to no DOulatloa aeeretulatlon secret Spec Speculation ¬
ulation here her concerns coocw the question questionwhether p pwhether ueea I
whether Senator Pesos sought ht to in inouee 1ItdUee infuse
fuse the President t to bring pressure preasurKnox ure on onKnox i
Knox not to allow the use e of hill hisand name namerelated I
and whether the metins this thisrelated I5 ftIOnIiIIg
related r Jated to o this thisstet hisClose I
Close friends or Secretary Knoxslat Knox ta
slat be will tafc take th the nonsiaetion ii rmtftrp wcomes if it itcomec 11com
comes com to him unsolicited ua oIldted but he henot will wttlnot willnot
not make a fight bt for tt t They feel feelranted war warranted warranted ¬
ranted in asserting aertin < < that any reports reportsnomination I
that Secretary Knox will DOt takenondnation take tIM i
nomination are without authority autbortt in isabsence UM UMabsence I
a absence of o a positive statement to toeffect that thateffect I
effect e < < t from mX Mr Knox himself 1
It is understood Secretary Knox Knoxgive wffl wfflsoon wtII800ft
soon give out a statement which wl ch will willctear witclear
dear up the situationThe situation situationThe
The White White House today toda had hadto hadto nothing I
to say concerning Iag the Pennsylvania pftll8 Yaaia aftnation sit situation 1IItuaUoa ¬
nation and the possibility of Secretary Secre
Knox taktar the gm governorship nnlor ernorsblp
Senator Crane was at t the White I
House today t undo aJ at t the same me time thusrotary as Sec Secretary Seerecary ¬
rotary Knox Knox but it was learned he t tea was wason waaOR
on a different mission missionGOVERNOR JI missionGOVERNOR 88iOa 88iOaGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR TO CAMP CAMPWITH CAMPWITH CAMPWITH
WITH MILITIAMEN MILITIAMENWILMINGTON MILITIAMENWlLfl MILITIAMEWIL N
WILMINGTON WlLfl WIL tINGTON GTOX DeL 1 June ILGoSimeon IS 1tGov 1tGovSIeo Gov GovSimeon v
Simeon S Pennewill of Delaware Delawarewill Delawarewill Delawarewill
will don a khaki uniform and d camp campwith eaaapwltb esae
with the soldier boys of the Delaware Delawaremilitiaat Delawarmilitia Iaare IaaremlUtJa e
militiaat militia 30t Rehoboth DeL during du the theweek tbeeek e
week eek of July 23 He selected this thiswatering thblWater th h
watering Water place as the site Itoe of the en encampment eacam escampment ¬
campment cam nt mush to tile delight of ofmilitiamen the themilitiamen tINmlUtlan1en
militiamen who bo have ee encampedthe encamped on onthe onthe
the State rifle range raD e the pact tw twyears two twoyears twoY e
years yearsFollowing Y ar arFonow1D
Following Fonow1D the encampment a cornpony com company eoIBpan7 ¬
pony of the militia under un coantnas coantnast command commandb d dof
of t Capt L 1 B Jaeoa of o ework k mollbe will willk 1
b k sont t to Fort Dapont L for instruc instruction c ctJoa ¬
ten tat the coast artillery service
LEASE UPON SUNSHINE SUNSHINEIS
IS MERELY TEMPORARY TEMPORARYShowers
Showers Are Expected But Temperature Will Rise an anSultry andt d
t
Sultry Sticky Weather Is Looked for on A Moo lqOflday + ton tonday
i
day as the Result
Washington only has a temporary temporarylease temporarylease temporarylease
lease on the sunshine which has pre prevailed preailed prevalied ¬
ailed today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The indications are that the skies will wiHgrow willsrow willgrow
grow cloudy cloud toward sunset and ad during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the evening evenln there t > ill be showers sb wers which whichare whlchare whichare
are expected to continue oft and on onthroughout onthrou onthroughout
throughout throu hout the night and tomorrow tOR4 tomorrowWith > rrow I IWith I
With the passlri of the sunshine thei theii the thel J
i temperature which has been gradually graduallyrising graduallrising
i
rising during the past twentyfour hours hourswill hoursnom hourswill
will continue to rise In this connection CODncctlolt j
the t e weather forecaster expects tomor1 tomor1row tomtX tomtXrow I Irow
row to be extremely sultry and sticky stickyin
in view of the fact that the humidity is isgiving isgiving isgiving J
giving evidence of taking a a jump jumpThe jumpThe JumpThe
The official forecast Issued today isPartly is IsPartly
Partly cloudy with local showers lo tonight
night lsbt and ad Monday llonda continued warm warmlight warmlight warmlight
light to moderate wind windWarm windsWarm
Warm weather Is s prevalent today all allover allover allover
over the Eastern half of the country countryand countryand countryand
and is expected exp Oted to continue for forty fortyeight fortyght
eight ght hours But Bu west of the Roclcles Rockiest
t
the weather 1 te cool and clear and theris there therete t ere ereIs e
Is no indication at the Weather Weatherof eatbM Bureau Bureauof
of f a br break < k In it any aD tine soonWashington sooo soooWashington MODVubingtOD
Washington w will l have company COI JNUIT with withits withits
its showers A general apriaklfag to tolast toJut t tlast s
last for twentyfour hones ouai te predicted predictedrcj pr prr edfcted
rcj cr r the Ohio valley and the middle JRJ dIe At Atlantic Atlantie A Alantic t ¬
lantic States Although Alt the atmosphere atmospheres te e es
s dear in New England Ea th toe e etire tempera temperatre teMpenLIe
tre tire Ie is 1 high and what te commonly COIDJDOIIbrkoown corn cornknown aeoair
known as a warm spell Is thought thoughthave to tohave tohave
have set in la that localityWltha locality JoeaIttyWlth localityWlthla
Wlthla Wlth th the past twentyfour hours
local showers 8 OWOCS and thunder storms have ba ye
been prevalent pre aJ nt in the St Lawrence val ¬
le ley l y the Lake region and ad the Northern Northernplains Nor1henapLllM Nor t h or n
plains States StatesThe StatesTha StatesT
The T ha temperature in Washington Washingtoncd start started started ¬
ed oC of today in a most promising man manner MaDRer mararr ¬
ner At 7 oclock It was recorded aa aa1ttring
being bean ro 0 degrees and at noon It itclimbed had hadclimbed hadat
climbed
climbed to SS degrees It hovered at
that thatDOInt point for sometime som tkae and then t ea eatlnued con continued ¬
tinned os its upward Joorneyv it hexpocted ie ieexpected I Iexpected
expected to register in the nineties at
6 oclock tonight
FIRST DAY AT HOME HOMESPENT HOMESPENT
SPENT IN WORSHIP WORSHIPAND ORSH1 ORSH1AND
AND SPINNING YARNS YARNSRoosevelt YARNSRoosevelt
Roosevelt Gets Real Rest Restand Restand Restand
and Recreation After Weeks Weeksof
of Excitement ExcitementWORDS ExcitementWORDS ExcitementWORDS
WORDS OF SATURDAY SATURDAYHELD SATURDAYHELD SATURDAYHELD
HELD SIGNIFICANT SIGNIFICANTConeiderd SIGNIFICANTGd SIGNIFICANTCoasidecau
Coneiderd Gd to Meaa That He WillSoon Will WillSeoa WinSoon
Soon Be Back k ioPoitics kPolitics iRPolitics
PoiticsBy Politics PoliticsBy PoliticsBy
By THEODORE H TILLER TILLEDOrsi TILLEROY3TSR TILLEPOTnmt
OY3TSR Orsi a BAT B T X C y Jus Jam T M 1In In di direct direct direct ¬
rect contrast to the activities of yester yesterday yeeterdaJr yesterday ¬
day whoa he received r a a welcome such suchI suchas
as A rotarate J retuning American never JMW < < has 1aa had hadbefore hadbet hadbefore
before bet Theodore Roosevelt spent ape t a dayof day dayof dayot
of unbroken rest at Sagamore Hit today to today ¬
day the fret day he ha ta himself himselfsince himselfsine f fMDCe
since he left KhartoumThe Khartoum KhartoumThe JQaartouaaThe
The former t President cam to Oyster OysterBay OysterBay OysterBay
Bay for church arrivfa ar z at atl1 Jl 11 oclockthe oclock oclockthe clock clockthe
the services having been delayed tefey 4 a short shorttime 5bo 5bodIDe shorttime
time t to await 2 bin arrival The placeof place placeof Iae Iaeot
of wnr wntship tp was Christ Ipisriiyal w ctHLI Church Churchand Church1he Churchand
and the minister was the Rr Percy PercyTraord PercyTra
Traord Tra ord altos iK f Braes N T TThere YThtn ITlere
There was a a fair crowd of c villagers vUJa < < rs rsOR
OR land t to witness 3r lr Jtoosevelts JtooseveltsAmerica Jb Rooseveltsdrat o evelts eveltsftnllt
drat churchgoing oboe his return tu tuAaMdca toAmerica
America To these UM e he waved wa M his big begPanama bigAccompanying bighat
Panama hatAeoompaaying hat hatA
Accompanying A a7baf the former for President in intae i1tiN isthe
tae automobile from Sagamore e Hill were wereJr wereIles ere erel1n
l1n BoOn Roosevelt t Mrs rs H A Alexander AJcanderA
= = dm Alexander A lIu the AaIIeee eC Theodore TJteodoreJr
Jr Xthel > QtMntin Archie and lid Miss Missleahel X1asIMI MissIsabel
Isabel Hagswr former social secretary secretaryof
of 0 Mrs Z Roosevelt RooseveltSP RooeeftltS
SP S M Yarns to t Lodge L4idggeRepr LodgeRepresentative Le ge geLoa
Representative Repr sentative Ixmgworth Loa < < wonJa and Senator SenatorLodge satorwbo SenatorLodge
Lodge who wont with Roosevelt to toSagamore toHiD to9agamore
Sagamore Hill last night aA 1t remained at atthe attile atthe
the bin today not attending a church churchAccording churchCCintiD churchAc
Ac According CCintiD rding to Mr Loncworth ColonelRessvpeK Colonel Coloneloos ColonelI
RessvpeK oos I L n41t it had m ahsotatety no engagemots engage engagements gage gageta ¬
ments ta for today toda except one with Secre Secretary SeereaI7 SecreLary ¬
tary Meyer eyer who expected to come outfor out outfor QUIfor
for tea late fat the tb afternoon afternoonThe attemooDTIM afternoosThe
The former President spent the en entire enJDOtaJDc entire ¬
tire morning In conversation with Lodge Lodgeand LodreaDd Lodgeand
and I Iorth Iar rcworta remttaa hte Africanadventure AfricanadU African AMeaaadvennree
adventure adU ard and D4 his h reception at the va various variou vados ¬
dos Kuropean courts courtsAs cow1Aa
As Roosevelt narrated his adventures adventuresanimated adventureshe ure urebe
be etruue4 eta rteed lIP and down the p6aD Pb oC oCb ofhis
b his II home 11 his ooaverndsa lelas very veryanimated uy uyaotmated
animated animatedOccaaioaly aotmated0cea8i0a1o
Occaaioaly he toe weald walk over and aedstep andaIap andshe
step Se Serator Set > uor Lodge on the back when moltensoave whensome wheDsome
some particularly impressive point In Inhis inhill
his narrative radv was reached reachedWe reaebedWe
We har baTe hoard some mtajhty later latere lnterehag mterentiaa
entiaa e rbc stories < < ie eo said Lonvworth at Sag SagUBore Sagore
UBore ore Hill this uuaag morning Mr Reese Roosevelt RooHfttt Reesevolt ¬
velt has IIa done practically nothing but butStk butWI
WI u about t lUll long and varied tnp tnpSawik
Stk Rest UascakML UascakMLAt UkeAt ii > tikokea
At last nights Di at reeeptipa Roosevelt Rooseveltreqaeated elt elthis
reqaeated his neighbors to permit him himto himto himto
to rest during cl1Irta < < th tIM Sabbath and lid hat he hehe hebe hebe
be gtv given iv a a day undisturbed IIIIdI taJbed to enjoy enjoywith enjoywJda enjoywith
with his family faB ly ThIs wte whit was re rellgtouely reI re11glouely
llgtouely I J8Iy observed by the cttteens of ofOyster ofOyster
Oyster 0 Bar and by 1 7 others who might mighted mJchty
have y called to weIeeBIe e the th theel e 41J distinguish t1api b be4
ed traveler L vekr home homeTh
taveIKere
Th goer re were ere no visitors > taltoi whatever W Vf > r at atSagamore atSa
Sagamore Sa < < amore Hill this mommy JIIOIDIft < < with the theexception theexcerUon theezcetion
exception of Roosevelfs R ts personal guestswhose guests guestswhoev guestsDamN
whose names have already alre4 been men roentk mentioaed mentioned
tk tioaed > aed and there probably will be none nonedaring nonearID noneduring
daring arID tb tM afternoon afternoon in deference def toColossi to toOoton toCoIoa
Colossi l Booaevetf Roooen Nt wW Wi wishes wishesie eI eIe s srheodwre
rheodwre ie e BoooevSt Jr Krs xr rs Alexan Alexander Alexander ¬
der and X Mien Alexander remained inchurch in inchurch inchurch
church About fifteen minutes only e > nJr The Thethree TheUllfe
three of them then left tt for New le York Yorkin YorkIn YorkIn
in an lutomootle li I lu > order that a wed wedding weddisc WMd ¬
d ding r reearsa3 iearsal may take tak place aee this af afternn a atftDC4
ternn terncsa c or tonight tGDl tt ha anticipation an tJoa of the theRooseveltAlexander theelt
RooseveltAlexander elt uader weddinr totrorrow totrorrowThe tonorToTIle to uorrow uorrowTite
The remainder of the Roosevelt tamil familremained tamilremaIJIM il
Roosevelt
remained until m the services servicesbty closed closedMfefttr c cJdcty
Mfefttr bty Gtaa t to Be Back BackNo BKkNo BockNo
No reception recfl tloa however was held in infront introDt
front of the church as asbeea has sometimes sometimesbeen sometimesbeen
been done d in a the vast Mr Ir Roosevelt Kooaeveltshook e1t e1tiOOk
sbook1 shook iOOk l > ans vrith two or three of his hieneichhora hisaa4
neichhora and then lumped into his hisautomobile hisautomobile hisautomobile
automobile an oat was carried hade to toSaammore toSecamwe toSasamore
Saammore HilL HilLAs HULAs HillAs
As he stood te It the automobile lust be before beleft befen ¬
fore leaving Mr 1 Roosevelt waved his hishot hiS11M hishat
hot and to the several VKaI hundred church churchxers churc churchmars h hen
mars en who ho had gathered outside to tohim tohim st
him he said I I am mighty mighty mishtygtad mlghtYtIad
gtad to be back ba among you again againSeveral aaapnSeveral pIneral
Several eral of the rartehioners t waved their theirhattt theirhatls theirhats
hattt and the Rocr Ro Powelt velt elt party was off offTh oirThe offThe
Th The Rev Percy hn701ton Often was in the pul pulDot pulDOt putnot
Dot in n race of o e old pastor r Dr DrWashburn DrWasbharwL DrWashhurn
Washburn He muit mi jt ie but one reference referencem
m Ia his sermon that night 1 1 < < ht nossibly apply applyto POlYthe
to the dtetteenisbe d < l attendant This Thiswas Thiswu
was when w he sock i of 0 the be eminence ofthe of ofthe orthe
the brotherhood od of man He Heald Healde said saidWe saidWe
We e can no louses lon = er do our work as asindividuate ashI4t1iduala asindividuals
individuate A new ae is at hand an anas anate anage
as ate of the brotherhood and its orob orobtam nrobOsly > > rob rob16mf
tam tamOnly Only a snort time ago corporate in interests Intere Interests ¬
terests tere ta and labor unions did not ex exist exlilt cxlat ¬
lilt There were no combinations lDatloM of O cap J
Hal and JMI labor and every man sat t un unthe under
dot his own ripe and fig tree but noW noWthe nowthe
the salvation of interests ha are neces necessary necessary es esaary ¬
sary for mens good Trusts and labor laborunions laborIIIIIOa8
unions have become established eMablll ests Ished bed and andboth andboth
both will help to bring brio < < the greatest greatestbenefits trMtestbeaeAus
benefits to the greatest number The Thegreat The1IIMt Thegreat
great peril is thai th corporate corpora teo conscience consciencewill COft8deDcewill
will take the place of individual con conContmning conxIeDce cone
e xIeDce xIeDceCOlltlnu
Contmning COlltlnu Cos taMnb6 he said No man can be bosurely belnI
surely lnI y great at until he has had the visi visitation visttadoa vieitades ¬
tation of the Kingdom of God at handPats hand handPoets handPoets
Poets and philosophers pI Ioeophera see this and andthe andthe Del Delthe
the leader of men sees it and pledgee pledgeehte pI eg eghili
his life for the establishment e tabJl lamellt of right rightand rtchtad
and ad truth among all generations generationsTamil Kea6tJonsFa generationsFasltly
Tamil Fa Fasltly ly Rides In Outlook Auto AnteMr AutoXr
Mr ro IOtevelt revelt and his family cameto came cameto cameto
to char < < i ia a big b touring ear which whichis
is said to have been furnished 1 by the theOutlook theOIatIoek theOedook
Outlook Company c This s ear will be beplaced 1 e eI4l
placed I4l at the disposal tlt pesel of 0 the Rooee Rooeeveits RooeeMs Reesevests
vests Ms for a few Ie days at least leastTonascrow 1e leantTeaorraw at atT4MaKrw
Tonascrow the former President Pre ldeRt Will wttlOstferae WillUmIe
Ostferae UmIe es SIxth Pass Pa Pageti
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