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Cloudy and Warm Tonight Tonighfrnd Tonightand
and Tuesday TuesdayNUMBER si EDITION EDITIONNIIlIffiER
NUMBER 674 6742 Yesterdays Circulation 41544 WASHINGTON W MONDAY EVENING JTJ2fE JUlE 20 1910 Fourteen Pages Pag PRICE ONE CENT
KNOX DECLINING DECLININGTENER DECLININGTENER
TENER IS SLATED MEDBosses SLATEDFOR SLATEDFORNOMINATION
FOR FORNOMINATION FORNOMINATIONBosses NOMINATION NOMINATIONBosses
Bosses In Pennsylvania De Decide Decide Detide ¬
cide on Ballplaying inn Mem Member Member Member
ber for Governor GovernorPENROSE GovernorPENROSE GovernorPENROSE
PENROSE CONTROLS CONTROLSTHE CONTROLSTHE CONTROLSTHE
THE CONVENTION CONVENTIONRumors
Rumors of An Independent Ticket TicketBy TicketBy TicketBy
By the Drys Fail to Stop Stopthe Stopthe Stopthe
the Machine MachineBy
IBY By a Staff Corraapondaat1 Corraapondaat1HARRISBURG 00rreIIp0HeMHARRISBURG CerreepoaletlHARRISHQRG
HARRISBURG Pa Jun 1vn 1vnrcns 91Muntens Man Mantons =
tons rejection of th the Democratic nomi nomiration nom nomration nomtration
ration bringing 1l8 utter demoralization toU to tothe
the U e Democratic forces has prepared the theway thea thenay
way a for the naming of a much different differentticket dttrerentket dttferetttket
ticket ket by the Republican convention conventioniith conventionth 1 1th
iith th opposition destroyed the dominant dominantState domlNUltfjate dominantSate
State 1e leaders derf say y that there is 1 nothing nothingl JIOthl nothingalarming I Islqml
slqml alarming l < ymmg and they discount the threat threatened threatcned ¬ i
ened n < d formation of an independent party partyRepublicans partyRepublicans I IRepubllCDII
Republicans throughout the State had hadhoped hadI i
hoped I pet that Mr Munson would head the theLfmocratic tMLfmo theLemocratic
Lfmocratic Lfmo < rtlc ticket He H would have at atorce atonce i
orce cemented the Democrats attracted attractedmany attractedmany ttraetedmany
many independent Republicans and andcaused aDdlu andcaused
caused lu > ed the coming comln convention to name namea
a ticket headed by a man of the Gov Governor Goiernor ¬ I IErnor
ernor Stuart type Such an expedient expedientU I
U ket is not now necem n nSecretary neceaary neceaarySecretary y ySecretary
Secretary Knexs withdrawal from thegubernatorial the thegubernatorial thegubernatorial
gubernatorial field was brought about abouta boutB
a planned plann C It does not mean that Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Knox may give up his ambition ambitionto
to return to the e United States Stat Senate SenateIt
It is understood underJlt by P1ttBbul Pittsburg friends of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Knox that his s present attitude te temerely lemerely
merely nre1ytentaUve tentative an and < j that Senator tor Pen Penlose Penose Penrose I
lose ose and President Taft discussed the thepossibilities thepcssibiliU
possibilities of his being returned to the theSenate theSEnate theSenate
Senate in place of Senator Oliver OliverPearoce OliverPenroee OliverPenrose
Pearoce Controls Contr ls Convention ConventionSenator ConventionSenator ConventionSenator
Senator Penrose will come to the con convention convention convention ¬
vention with Ith his control undisputed undisputedMayor ullllllaputedMayor undleputedMayor
Mayor Magee gee controls contro about thirtytwo thtrtytwodelegates thirtytwodehgatn thirtytwodelegatee
delegates and Lieutenant Govrenor GovrenorMurphy GovrenorAlurphy GorrenorMurph
Murphy has a scattering number Aside Asidefrom Mldetrom Asidefrom
from about forty tort the State leader can canuf canUEP canure
UEP uf e as be desires the US delegatesCongresmau delegates delegatesCongressman del t tCong1e88m11
Congressman John K 1 Tener who whoIT ho is isWPTI 18v
v WPTI p n known as a former professional professionalL profe elona elonaL 1
L ll t isrball ball < player and a prominent Elkv Elk Elkviih
viih v i l ih h a good record as a Congressman Congressmanhid Congre aman aman7d
hid e 7d d who In Washington Wasbln on county defeated defeatedErnest defeatedJrnel5t defeat defeatfrneet
Ernest Acheeon on a J local platform twe twevars tw twars tarars
vars ars ugo u will fre named for or governor governort o HrftOr HrftOrt srno srnot
t t t v the convention which W lch meet meet4 Weftnes Weftnesay W W1y 1Vi Np
i ay a > No agreement lnayr bee Mea Mear boaor reached reachedrr
rr r lieutenant goveratik goveratikHenry gvtrrndrHenry t tlpnry
Henry Hou Houck Ib u k will b be s renomtaated for fore lorEcretary f fe or
e cretary of internal affairs and Chartes Chart Chart3rPd ores es
Fred Frt Wrigtt W t will be named to succeed
J himself rnself as State treasurer Senator Senatonrose r
TVprose nrose has decided d CldeG that it would not no t
bf in keeping keepi with his dignity d ity to be become beme bedme ¬
come me State chairman to succeed th the
l te Col W R 1tAndrews Andrews and former
Speaker Epf aker Henry F Walton of Philadel Philadelphia PhUadelf ¬
f phia ia j a will probably proM y be elected State Statechairman S Stintclairntaa t8 t8thalrrnan e
chairman chairmanSenator thalrrnanSenator clairntaai3enator
Senator Sproul of Chester who has ba
been suggested for lieutenant governor governorKill Soveraorm
Kill m not permit his name to go before beforethe befont beforeth
the t th 1 c convention con ntlon HA will be ebal ebalr chairman chairmanof rtaan
of r the resolutions committee and JICI co coDerating 00erating o0rating
Derating rating g with him in writing the plat platfnrm platnn1 plstf
f fnrm nn1 rm is s Congressman Olmsted and a
Ij Iirry > rry r n F Walton WaltonDrys WltonDrys WaltonDrys
Drys Threaten Independent Ticketnomination Ticket Ticketr
71 r nomination by the Republicans of ofiv ofet1 a aConressman
iv et1 Conressman > neressman res man Tener who bo is more dls dlstbful disC
tbful t cfful r ful to the local option o tlon people DeO le than thanSenator thanScator t tSe har t
Se Senator ator Grim means the formation of ofin orn o on f frc
fS
in + n in in1 in1pendent > i pendent ticket said the Rev RevE S
E Xirholson national ontaniser o anlzer for the th thAntiSaloon
AntiSaloon Ant iSaloon aloon League I beer that a aTmo aTmonun move movenow moveDo rc
= now Do under ilnd r way to wet t former Treu Treut
t H r Kerry to head such a ticket ticketti and andtiat andt >
tiat t ti t former Congressman Co Acheson is Ii Iil
l tln ttnsr n ° discuss discussed > d for lieutenant lIeu D1nt governorReports governor governorReports Jlov mor morRIlrts
Reports in circulation here are that thatr t
2 r > > indenendent ticket will be formed
It r s b believed li lIevd v3d however that it will m no not
be TV effective effectiveKNOX effectivet < < ctiYe ctiYeINOX
t
KNOX TO REMAIN REMAININ I
IN THE CABINETRepresentative CABINET CABINETRepresentative
I IRepreMnttlv8
Representative John K Tener of ofPennsylvania otPnnslvan1a o oPLnnsylvanfa
Pennsylvania will n be the next gov governor govrn govcrnor ¬
ernor rn r of that State the power of the theF thePnrose th thF
F Pnrose nrose machine in nowise n01I will be bebroken belroken b bbroken e
broken and the Democrats will prob probeoly probe prob1y
e eoly bh 1y make a number of gains in the theHouse theHousetheae th thHousethese e
House Housetheae these will be the results o oan of ofan otan L
an announcement made by Secretary Secretaryft Secret9 Secre Secredt
ft State Philander C Kaox that he heContinued lieContinued h hContinued
Continued on Second Page PageLEATHER PqeWEATHER PaneFEATHER
LEATHER REPORT REPORTTtarm
Farm weather weatb r Is general throughout throughoutthe throu througbouti hout houtt t
the t ti P option r of the Rocky Roell mountains a aabnormally and andabnormally antibnormatly tad
abnormally high h temperatures were re ret re0rdet
t ordeal Sunday throughout the Plains Plainsttates Plainaces
1 ttates aces and the Mi9B MMalPDI < ssipDi and ad Oh Ohvalleys Ohio Ohiovallevs Ohio111l b
valleysThe valleys vallevsThe 111l 111lThe
The indications are that the thet tempera temperature tempvat ¬
ture t me re will ill continue above the normal normalduring normaldlrin norms normsd t tall
during dlrin d trine the next thirtysix hours in indistricts all alltfistricts anijtr
districts ijtr cQi east of 0 th the Mtansvfooi M ie adnol I river riverTt ri riIt allld
Tt t tvill ill be partly cloudy in the Mild MildAtlantic MMdte MMdteAtlantic MtddhAtIant1 ld
Atlantic States StatesFORECAST Stat StatFORECAST StatesFnRECASTT
FORECAST FOR THB TH DISTRICT DISTRICTPartly DI5TRICTPartly DISTRICTPartly
Partly cloudy continued conUn warm ta taniglit Utnjgbt s snight
night and Tuesday TuesdayTBMPJBRATUMH5 T S dY dYTBMP
TBMPJBRATUMH5 TBMP RATtIzE RATtIzESam
8 Sam a m
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p pm pmS
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SUN TALL TABLJBun TABLE TABLEl TALLdun
dun un rises 4 4Ean 4E
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TIDE TABLE TABIZTodaypit TABL TABLToday TABLETo
Today To Todaypit < 1aKlzk High tade tM ill ll a m and 648 i4ilp i4ilpm 618Low p pLow
m Low vtme tJd 12Qt u l a a m and Ad lft 1 p IB mTomorrowHIlla
UTomorrowHiatt TomorrowHIlla TomorrowHiatt tide 12 i 5t a m m3o aDd aa d
730 30 p m Low tide 10 1 = 10 a m and Dd 1 1p 1C 1Cp 14 14JI
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coNDrnoN CO ITIOX OF THE WATJBRS WATJBRSHARPKHS WATJ WATERS WATERSHARPERS RS RSHARPERS
HARPERS FBRRY W Vs a June JuneBoth 1 38 38Both 31Both
Both rivers very r muddy and andvac andvachigh very ory y
high this th morningVery morningVery morning morningVery
Very Pretty Mantels for 300 Apiece ApiecS e i iFrank IFrkDk
S Frank Li bey be Co 6th N Y Av Avdr Ave AveAdv e J
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1
BAILEY THREATENS THREATENSSENATE
SENATE FILIBUSTER FILIBUSTERAT
AT ELEVENTH HOUR HOURPrepared HOURPrepared
Prepared to Talk Session SessionOut SessionOut SessionOut
Out to Block Increase IncreaseFor IncreaseFor IncreaseFor
For Engineers EngineersTAKES EngneersTAKES EngineersTAKES
TAKES UP CUDGELS CUDGELSIN
IN NEWELLS BEHALF BEHALFRemoval BEHALFRemoval BEHALFRemoval
Removal of Director Possible Po ibl At AtAny AtAny AtAny
Any Time He Is Told By ByOpponents ByOpponents By0PPomeats
Opponents OpponentsAfter
After the Senate had voted today to totake tltake totake
take up the bill providing for an in incraaee Incr
crease cr 8M in the engineer ED neer Corps of th the th4tarm < i
army arm Senator Bailey BILlie gained the floor floors floorIInd floornd
s IInd > ad announced that he would ould speak speakfrom fpealfrom peal pealtrom
from now until the end of the session sessionif
if that were necessary to t kill the bill bllJHe billHe
He said that one of the objects of ortbe ofthe
the measure was to displace dl8 lace F H HNewell HNel1 HNwe11
Newell chief of the Reclamation Ser Service Servi Serviee ¬
vice vi and the object was to j b te ve the thecorps thecorps thecorps
corps more power over the commercial commercialdevelopment commerctadevelopment commercialdevelopment
development of tho th country countrySenator countrySenator countrySenator
Senator Bailey said that he was s opposed op oppoecd oppoeed
posed to both these t propositions ts and andthat andthat andthat
that he would ould resist them to the veryend very veryend veryend
end He announced that he would ould flit flUbuater flitbunter i ibuster
buster against the bill and would wO Jd de defeat deteat defeat ¬
feat It if it lay within his h power to todo todo todo
do it Hs H said that the Engineer En n r Corps Corpshad Corpbad Corpshad
had no right r ht or authority to pass pa upon uponthe uponthe I Ithe
the appropriation which blch shall be madeor made madefor madefor
for f or the individual States StatesIt
It will be recalled that the engineers engineersdisapproved engineersdisapproved I
disapproved dl approved of Senator Baileys scheme schemefor schemetor
for f or the development of the U Orange and andBeaumont andBeaumont
Beaumont canals saying 7ba < < that there was wasno wasno I Ino
no commercial necessity neceutt for them themThis themThis themThis
This is said to be one of the reasons reasonsenator I
Senator S Bailey is now no fighting g hUll hUng the increase in increase ¬ I Icreue
crease bill billSenator billSenator I ISenator
Senator Warren chairman of the theMilitary theXiUtary theMilitary
Military Affairs Committee defending defendingthe def defhe
the he measure me aure asserted rted that Hs tt ttwould peasaiie peasaiiewould p e ewould
would in no way affect Director Neew NeewHe Neweu NeweuHe New NewHe
He said that the Secretary of Interior Interiorhe Intertorcould Interiorcould
could discharge dischar a Mr Newell at any time timehe timehe
he wished whether whether the bill passed or ornot ornot orno
not no t
notAt
At Att 1 oclock the postal savings bank bankbill baDkbUI bankbill
bill came up as unfinished unlh ebed business and andthe andthe lid lidthe
the engineer Increase measure went wentover wetover treatover
over until tomorrow tomorrowSTATION tomorrowSTATION
STATION SITE ITEM ITEMBONE ITEMBONE ITEMBONE
BONE OF CONTENTION CONTENTIONGhifijf
Ghifijf C tiif Point at Issue In Coflt C4n1ej Coti Ketiie ° rance rancean
on an n Sundry Civil QvilBill
Bill BillIt
It wax learned at the Capitol todaythat today todayaat toda
< that aat at the item ite in the sundry 1NIrY civil bill billof amot billof
of UtM 3 W o for the purchase of land landbetween landbetween d dthe
between the Capitol and th the Union UnionStation Unl UnlStation
Station is I one of the chief points ef efcontention oreontention ofcontention
contention with the conferees who whoare whoare 0
are now no considering the bill and D4 that thatit thatit t tit
it is 1 likely to be stricken out outThis outThl outThis
This Thl item 1 was put pu t on by the Senate Senateas SenatfJU
as aa A amendment to cover the pur purchose purchOM putof
chose of that land lying lybaf west of Data Delaware Del Delwlre Dataware ¬
ware avenue north oB of 0 B street and andeast andeast lid lideast
east of New ew Jersey avenue avenueMEXICO aVenueMEXICO avenueMEXICO
MEXICO AND THE U S SAGREE SAGREE SAGREE
AGREE TO ARBITRATE ARBITRATEBoundary ARBITRATEBoundary
Boundary Dispute Goes to the theCommission theCommission
Commission to Which An Um Umpire Umpire ¬
pire Is to Be Added AddedThe AddedThe AddedThe
The United States has proposed IIOPOMdMexico and andMexico
Mexico has accepted arbitration of the themost themost
most important boundary question out outstanding outstaDdlnc outstanding ¬
standing between the two countries The Thevernmentg TIMtwo Thetwo
two vernmentg are now engagedth engaged engagedtelegraphic
th telegraphic phlc negotiations in set settling Mttill1 settling ¬
tling till1 the details of the convention conventionIt
It te hoped the convention may maybe maybesigned besigned be besigned I
signed by the Secretary of f State and the theMexican theMexican theMexican
Mexican ambassador amb 6ador in time for sub submission Hbmla submission ¬
mla mission lon to the Senate nate before final ad adjournment adjournment adjournttnent ¬
journment journmentIn
In 1KM the Mexican governme rst rstpresented rstPlU8nted ratpresented
presented to the International Be BeChamizal ary
Commission a claim claim to the S ailed mailedChamiaai ailedChamizal
Chamizal tract located near Kl Paso PasoTex PacoTee I ITex
Tex The tract although 1thota < < h of compara comparatively compraUvely ¬
tively small value originally has great greatly t tly ¬
ly Increased during durjn the intervening interveningyetwg Interyenlngyevs Interveningyears
years yetwgThe yevslbe yearsThe
The proposition propo itlon of Secretary Knox for forarbitration forarbitration
just accepted by the Mexi 3Iex1can Mexican Mexican ¬
can government adds a third commis commissioner cOm commisafoner mia ¬
loner as umpire to the International
Boundary Commission CommissionContents
BREAK OPEN OPENPOOR
POOR I BOX IN CHURCH CHURCHContents
Contents Amount UnknownCarried Unknown UnknownCarried UnknownCarried
Carried Away AwayJewelry AwayJewelryStore Jewelry JewelryStore
Store RobbedReport Robbed RobbedReport RobbedReport
Report was made at the Second Pre Precinct Precinct Precinct ¬
cinct Police Steiioa today tocJ that the poor poorbox poorbox
box 1 ooc In the u Immaculate Conception Cegceptlonchurch ConceptionChurch ColC ptl n nCIa
Church CIa Eighth and DCI N streets north nerfiiweot ndbw
wad w had been broken efMftt ep a acid thecontents the thecontents UteCOftteDta
contents stolen It hi not known how howmuch howmucm bowmuch
much money w was s in the box boxThe boxTIle boxThe
The box te situated alt1I ted just inside IR8I e the themain themain themats
main doorway The cover is fastened fastenedwith
with a small U lock and the thief appar apparently appereetIy ¬
ently had but little dtfneulty in prying pryingit prylncIt
it spec op9RBy specBY 99ftBy
By breaking the glass Xla in a rear win window window window ¬
dow thieves thfe got into the tailor shop of ofB otE ofE
E W Y Dodson 14 1491 l Ninth street north northwest northweet northtreat ¬
west yetterday and stole a suit of ofckithes ofclothes
clothes and two pairs P rs of trousers trousersJ trou tJrL tJrLJ
J C Klaans reported today todaythat that the theshow thesh theshow
show sh ease in n front front of his store 20S b5 Xi XiPtnnslanla
Pennsylvania avenue tie had been broken brekenopen
open and about a30 20 worth of plated jew jewclr Jewcity
clr city stolen
f
I Prin Principals ipals in n Wedding Which Sets Social World Agog 1
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1 r G GC r + r rpiyce
Met CenrrisM C by Pack hcIaTHEODORE Bret BretTHEODORE DeaTIEODORE
THEODORE TIEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELT JR JRI MISS ELEANOR ALEXANDER ALEXANDERDaughter ALEXANDERSon
I Son ef f Ftxa Fimaer Fuser r President Whose Eagageraent and Marriage Follows Foll ws Court Courtship I Daughter of Mrs Henry A AAeaaadr Alexander J Wl Whe Will Be Lei U t Altar by y Theo Theodore Tleaeship ¬
ship Begun in Boyhood dote Roosevelt Ree evelt Jr
JOSEPH F G GATINS GATINSON TINS
RELEASED UN ONAlleged AIl AIlAlleged
Alleged Bucket Shop Opera Operator ¬
tor Appears Before Jus Justice Justice us ustice ¬
tice Gould GouldBond GouldBoncl GouldBond
Bond of 84ll tM on two indictments was wasfurnished wutuna wasfurnished
furnished tuna lMd this moraine > sy > y Joseph F FGatins FGau FGatfas
Gatins Gau of New York who appeared be before betore before ¬
fore Justice Ashley M I OouM hi Crimi Criminal CrImIDl Criminal ¬
nal Court No i L i to answer w to charges chargesof
of conspiracy and lid to conducting 0 hd1lC a abucket abucket abucket
bucket shop op in connection with 1th the alleged al alleged alJeced ¬
leged operations of Price A Co of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more moreMr moreK moreMr
Mr K Gatins G a under the mhwomer of ofGatktns otGtk ofGatktns
Gatktns Gtk was indicted on April 2 last at atthe attIN atthe
the time of the simultaneous bucket bucketshop Daekel8hop bucketshop
shop raid of that date accused ace1 ed of con conspiring CODto ¬
conring spiring to commit an offense 0 < < against a sinst the theGovernment theGoverJUDe theGovernment
Government t About a week ago 10 a cor corrective correethe oorreettes ¬
rective indictment was returned citing citingGatias cltlftCGatlns citingGains
Gains for trial under his proper name nameTh nameThs i iTh1s
Th Th1s s morning the faulty indictment indictmentwas indlctanenwas I IWu
was quashed < and Mr Gatins appeared appearedon I
on the additional indictments which had hadbeen haAlbeen hadbeen
been returned Special Assistant t Atter Attorney Atterney Atterney ¬
ney General A B Bielaski asked ked that a a
JfikOOO > 1100 ail be divided and be be required requiredrue requiredto
to gine e 334100 3000 on the con19 conspiracy lraey charge cbarseand chargeand rue rueand
and 2000 O on the charge ch lJte of running a a
bucket bu kt shop Major Samuel Wailer Wailerqualified Wserqualifled Wai er erquaJift
qualified quaJift as lsurety lsuretyA surety suretyAttorney suretyAttoney
Attorney A torueY H Henry nry E Davis Da fHmriax rfA
for Calms told the court that his cli client client clieat ¬
ent would not enter a plea > > lea this mvn m sn
inr 111 but would wait until the demur demurer demurerwhich Ter Terwhich er erwhich
which has been filed to the indictment
to disposed die Olffd ofTHREE of ofTHREE I ITHREE
THREE TRAINMEN TRAINMENHURT TRAINMENHURT TRAINMENHURT
HURT IN WRECK WRECKPARIS
PARIS Ky June OPenger Passenger train
34 on oft the Atlanta and Cincinnati C1nctnn t divte divtek dhlsIo ditisior
k ior > D of the Louisville Loul v1lle and Ka Naatville X hville rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road jumped um the track near Falmouth Falnnouthtoday Fa1moulht04ay Falmouthtoday
today derailing several vera1 cars
All the physicians here were rushed
to the scene Investigation of o the wreckshowed wreckshowed wreck wreckshowed
showed that but three trainmen had
been injured All the passengers were
badly shaken but noneseriously n none neser1ou seriously ly hurt
ROOSEVELT JUNIORWEDS JUNIOR JUNIORWEDS
9 9W
WEDS W v Mf NE NEW fl f YORK YORKLovers
Lovers bOV L o es S Young oung Dream Fulfilled for Former President Son Sonfhen SonWhen SonWhen
When fhen He Leads Leads to Altar Miss Eleanor Alexander AlexanderEvent AlexanderEvent r rEvent
Event Holds Societys Gaze
NEW EV YORK June J Mi SIThe The 1 boy and aadShi ad I Igirl 1girt
girl romance of Theodore Roosevelt jr jrand 7aDd jrand
and Miss aa Eleanor EI l Butler B1rtIerAJexDder B1rtIerAJexDderculminate Alexanoer will wfllculminate willculminate
culminate in their marriage at 4 oclock oclockthto ododcthis clodt clodtthis
this afternoon in the Fifth Avenue YeInM Pres Presbyterian PIMbyt9riaa Presbyterias ¬
byterian Church ChurchDesidog Cbuch4I ChvchBesides
Besides 4I tdeB being 1 one of the foremost so sodoty MOdet1 socdety
doty events > of the season lteca8e Manse of thefact the thefact thetact
fact that the bride belongs to one of the theoldest theoIdeat theeldest
oldest New York famines the IN occasion occasionmarks oecuIoRmarka occasionmarks
marks the first JI t social appears appearance nee of for forr torPrealdent forma
ma r President Theodore Roosevelt BoosevaKfather RooeYeitfa Rooseveltfather
father fa ther of o the t be bridegroom bridegroomSociety brtde bridegroomSociety tooat tooatSociety
Society has been JooW IooIdS s forward torw rd to tothis toth tothis
this th marriage ever ev since nee the t te engage engagement engagemaent e e1Dent ¬
ment was as announced and the fact that thatit
it would not be disappointed ma disap OlD ointed was assured assuredby aMtIreciby assarodby
by the sending out of UN invitations invitationstor
tor the church ceremony and the reception recep reception roption ¬
tion following followingThe followtngThe followingThe
The beautiful be < < uttful church and the theIn ballroom ballroomin
in the home of the brides uncle C B BAlexander BAlexander BAlexander
Alexander where here the reception is to be beheld beheld beheld
held both passed through the thehanjs florists floristshanJs boostshan
hanJs han is last night nightPink nightPink nightPink
Pink and white blossoms roses peon peonies peonIes peonies ¬
ies and liMasofthevalley were deliv delivered delivered deityered ¬
ered in wagon loadsCHICAGO loa loads 1016CHICAGO < te teCHICAGO
CHICAGO HEAT WAVE WAVEADDS Vi WAVEADDS AVE AVEADDS
ADDS 4 TO THE DEAD DEADFifteen DEADFifteen DEADFifteen
Fifteen Now Directly Traced to the theTorrid theTorrid theTorrid
Torrid Weather Now ow Pre Prevailing Prevailing Prevailing ¬
vailing In West WestCHICAGO WestCHICAGO WestCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 28 iQFour Four names have haveben haveben haveben
ben added today to the list of dead in inthe Jnthe inthe
the four day heat wave under which
Chicago has been sweltering making
fifteen deaths due directly to the torrid torridweather torrIdweatber torridweather
weather
Mrs and Miss Alexander r and alii Theo Theodore T Theodore eo eodor ¬
dor dore jr earn came to 0 New York 1M isle teat teatnight Jaetatpt lastnight
night from Oyster oy Bay where A they had hadspent hadspent i i8PGIt
spent Sunday SuII Suede 7 with the Roossvetta ReI DI to tosupervise toauperrfae I Ithe
supervise the lh final M details of the ceremony cere ceremony ¬ i iJDODY
mony monyWord monyWord i iWord
Word was received last ni ntaht ht that thatPresident tIItPreaicleBt thatPresident
President and Mrs Taft who 110 had hadbeen 11Mbeen hadbeen
been expected would be unable to tocome toeome tocome
come ee from fro Wa Washington WashingtonThe bagtoa bagtoabe
The be bridegroom brl 1OOIft saM w last night he heunderstood 1MuD4erstood heunderstood
understood the President Pre ldetat l JIi ad 4 planned plannedto > > IaJuted IaJutedto
to attend the graduation of Me son sonfrom 8011froM sonfrom
from Yale Y e on Wednesday 7 and that h hdid be bedid hedid
did not wish W Jh to l leave v Washington be before before before ¬
fore Tuesday night igbt A dispatch from fromWashington fromWashington rOlll rOlllWaahlAton
Washington said that no plan had hadbean hadbEen hadbeen
bEen made JIi e for any members of t the theTaft theTaft theTaft
Taft family to attend the wedding weddingOne wedellagIM weddingOne
One IM Washingtonian expected how however however w waver ¬
ever ta Wilson nn Jackson the negro negrowho negrowho gro growbo
who was footman for the Booeevelts Booeeveltswhen Rooeeveltawhen Rooseveltswhen
when they were at the Capital He is isnow ienoW Isnow
now a messenger in the anteroom of ofSecretary ofSecretary ofSecretary
Secretary of State Knox None nli of theold the theold th thold
old White House Hou e servants were re over overlooked over100ked overlooked ¬
looked when the invitations were wereContinued wereConUlaued wereConttftued
Continued on Second Page PageSTEAMER Pa PageSTEAMER e eSTEAMER
STEAMER ANDALUSIA ANDALUSIABURNS ANDALUSIABURNS ANDALUSIABURNS
BURNS AT PORT SAID SAIDFor SAIDFor SAIDFor
For Protection of Other Oth r Shipping ShippingCraft ShippingCraft ShippingCraft
Craft Is Destroyed With WithDynamite WithDynamite WithDynamite
Dynamite DynamitePORT
PORT SAID June T ne 3i 3IFke Fire broke roke out outtoday outtoday ou outoday t
today in the u old > d of the German Germansteamer Germanteamer Germansteamer
steamer Andalusia in port here herespread ande and andspread andspread
spread so rapidly that it could not be beextinguished beextIngul8 b bextinguished e
extinguished extIngul8 ed In order to protect ether ethershipping titheshipping thermlppng r
shipping and the big docks the burning burningcraft burningsratt burnit burnitt s
sratt craft t was destroyed with dynamite
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MISSOURI OnilDI oulJIiiAilLiri oulJIiiAilLiriTwo I ATTEMPTS ATTEMPTSTO iTTriinT 4 1
TO OUSTBEEFTRUXf OUSTBEEFTRUXfTwo l 1l 1 1Two s
Two Suite Filed and Others OthersMay OtheiMY
May Follow If TesBOHy Tes T iBony Y YWarrants I IWarraats I IY
Warrants Y arrants It ItTrust ItCITY ItJEFFE
JEFFE OX CITY CITYQuo Me Juice JuiceQuo
Quo trran de proaedlrgs te oat oatBee ae aent
Bee Trust from Misseuii w Wft WftIII re retorney I IIn
III die State supreme court today by Atterney At AttenMr
torney General Major Majorand MajorAuorney Jor JorAUOCDe
AUOCDe General GeD Major made pall palllie p
lie a statement la rehreece to tho thoautt tin tinsuit
suit against the Beef et ant fa wldd wlddb w whe alcn > >
b he said saidI Ad AdI
I have baY that two suits AU ag pJt tst tstIa HIIa HIIaI
I Ia t the e supreme preaae court t 0 eel tIM theOne State StateOne
One action edoa Is against firth firthand Aoar AoaraJId
and Morris lont and the other against againstHammond theHuamODd the theHammond
Hammond Packing < < Company eo and the theSt theSt tit titSt e
St Louis Dresstd Beef andCompany and Provision ProvisionCompany ry Pfovisbn
Company Companythe Cola
ColaI
I have not et IDtrtttated suit suitthe ap Iat IattOe
the Cudahy Packtes Pa Company and uadapiast am amagainst d
against SchwarschOd 41 8alzherser 8alzherseratlon 8ubbercerby s sby
by reason of the fact that the theattest mob 8XaIDhtadon
attest which I conducted was laid laidalong 1 1along
along 10111 certain lines and lid naturally le leinto 1 1into < < 1 1Jato
into a field of inquiry which which would wouldaot woa woanOt woolnot a
not nOt disclose at the time whether whethernot or ornot ornot
not they were guilty of any violations violationsof violationof
of the laws 1 of this State in reference referenceto refer referto en
to pools 06b trusts and conspiracies conspiraciesShould eonaplradesShould conspiraciesShould s
Should it develop during the progress progressof p pof s sor
of the trial of the case pending Iag thethese that thatthaee thattheee t
thaee companies comP1LJ 8S are in a conspiracy conspiracyarrangement eoaaptraerrrangellMDt consp consparrangement
arrangement agreement or pool the theIn then thenin thenin
in such ev avant nt suit would be Instituted Institutedagainst ln Instituteagainst tituted titutedagailUlt el
against t jem em emSTUDENT emSTUDENT v vi
STUDENT SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDF
gj i DOUBLE DOUBLEMURDEE DOUBLEMURDEEs MURDER UINERPennsylvanian MURDERPennsylvanian 1
Pennsylvanian Held Pend Pending Pending Pen Pening d ¬
ing Inquiry As to Missing MissingWife MissingWife MissingWife
Wife and Child ChildLANCASTER ChildLAfCAS5R ChildLANCA6PER
LANCASTER Fu Fa June fcJ IbJGrace C CGrice
Grice a student at the Mhlenrtte hi Nor Normsaicion N NBI Nmat air airand
BI mat Il Sehooi SdI oI Js under errata ttldalr
msaicion of mordertoir m Ida wtteehllcl wife wifechild and andchild
child childMrs ehllclMra childMrs
Mrs Grace was twenty years ye old oldformerly and andformerly aDdformerly
formerly Kiss 11 EDen Den Dorsey I > orsey of ofbarl ofbet Shares Sharesbnrc a
bet Grace Is twentytwo Ther lbe lbemarried were weremarried WWeJut
married last summer z rand and two twoa weeks weeksajro eek eekIh a aage
age a dauehter du d ter was born Last Lutday Lastday Thurs Thursday Ih ¬
day night t Grace G e took his wife Wit and sandto baby babyaway
to away i7 ay under drcymstnnc etreoJmstpftCtfS that created createdattsUcion createdcloft createsustiaon d
attsUcion cloft He ex explained ianed that Id his whad w Ice e ehad ehad
had acne D8 to Sharpsbunc Shan han > > sbunt to her mother motherwho mot motwho other otherwbo
who was as seriotutv UL ULPorice snPodoe ilkPollee
Porice investigation In tlo shows S OW1l that thententer the themotaer themob theMar
motaer mob was DOt HI and the dartrhter dartrhternever Bang Bangnever ah Mar r rDeftI
never came home nor was a ticket ticketat sold soldast 80Idt
ast t the Poanaylvmnhi P lvaJda raflroad raflroadThursday otfice otficeThttcsoay e < < 1ce 1ceDtdtt
Thursday night to SharosfaurK SbrD8bu Sharpsbctrgtrace K Ktrace Xtrace
trace of the wife can be foun4 fou toutypolfce USM the thepolice tMpolice
police believe be1i w Grice rice killed M his wife t1Ntchild and andchild aIM aIMchlld
child and secreted their T beilsa iiil > r
I PETIINOFCLEK PETIINOFCLEKSecretary PETITION OF CLERKS CLERKSFAVORING CLERKSFAVORING
FAVORING PENSIONS PENSIONSSENT PENSIONSSENT
SENT TO CONGRESS CONGRESSSecretary
Secretary MacVeagh Trans Transmits Translts Transmlt ¬
mits lts s Request of Employes Employesfor
for Retirement on Pay PayOFFICIAL PayOFFICIAL PayOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL APPROVAL APPROVALGIVEN APPROVALGIVEN APPROVALGIVEN
GIVEN TO PROJECT PROJECTes PROJECTReafeat
Reafeat Rearr a of Salaries es Based Basedan
an n Wad Performed IsSttggeted Is IsSuggested IsI
I Suggested SuggestedThe
I
The mnejsnh et m aaee e than tItanI 3M 3MGovernment SJIS SJISGovernment
I Government Gov darks eh a te all auctions of ofthe ofthe t tthe
the cowntry oo atry for the u passage e of a law lawi kwto lawto
i to retire s peiansjyaLod civil service servicei Hn Hni serviceemployes
i employes emplo w were re seat t to Speaker Can Cannon Caanon Manon
non today bearing with them the nn nnqualified 111IquaIl anqualiflsd
qualified quaIl approval of the Secretary o oi of ofI ofthe
i the Treasury Tr Tri
i The petitions dons tor the appeal are to tothat tothat
that form to were signed by 1M6 1 efvii otvtiservice efviiservice eh1iservice
service clerics employed 0 te tatOR firanhias firanhiaston
ton and 4 S54 i5 clerks of e all chancy in including ¬
cluding elacna postal employee from rOM all the thelarger theJarwec thelarger
larger cities citi of the country Score Secretary Seeretart Scoretare ¬
tart MacVeaghs JllaeVea < < b letter of traassiual traassiualandthe traasodttalaget ttl ttlaW
andthe aW aget tile a bulky > etltiott tlOil were referred referredto
to the Committee COI8mJt on Reform Jte In the theCtvtr tIaeChU theClytl
Ctvtr Service ServiceI
I have the hotter to transmit t here berewUh ere ereth t tw
wUh w th Secretary MacVee XeVcJt Mac eagh > h wrs wrote ntte > te the theSpeaker thespeaker
Speaker a petition to the CongressI Congress Congresssigned cagreasigned
I signed by 11 tll4 employee pIo la the th t e exec executive ex exutlye executive
utive departments ana separate bu 1 u ureaua
testis inWaihlngton baWL or the enactment enactmentof
of laws fer t the retirement of super superannuated RPerannuaecl anperannuated
annuated civil service employee es based basedupon besedupon ed edu
upon u on a contributory plan and for f
reclassincation of salaries npejs U upe Cne ne nebases e ebasis
basis of character andaualitX0T aDd UU work workperformed workerformod workperformed
performed The petition has my warmapproval wrmapproyaL warm warmapproval
approval approvalK
K Other Way Says MacVeegb MacVeegbTlM acVeeg acVeegTIMt
The subject of a retiring aH allowance aDowaneefer wnce wncefor
for civil service employee was w s dtoeuoeed dleaaatedby dtoeuoeedin 111 Htl Htl111I7
by me in ay report to Congress o oC oCe De Depressed December ¬
cember fS e and the views t therein enIIa expnased ex exIrd
pressed are again urged upon us IB 0 Congress Ceogressafter CeBgressaft Congressafter
after aft several mobs e fill inquiry late the theneed theJteed theneed
need of the Government to take thestep the thestep thestep
step which will result ta final eeenesay economyand eeenesayaod
and 04 erftciency in the uUssiftod service serviceand aenieeand serviceand
and wksch Jaicb can be rooehea JIII seMd dMII bar ne Beand ether etherWe ethermethod
method and at tIlE same tIlDe t e m provk4 pro proVitIe
We tmasedia tmasediaas te relit retttf r 9 J snen snenTn eeh eves evesas S Sas
as are bow sow sowcumstances superatraated fQat and iR cir circumstances ar arcU1D8taDce8
cumstances r 12UhrS tile aid of t a Jaw lawpNGdfoR JawII
pNGdfoR ag aaea aaeaThe II E T Tfte
The Tn petitten petitt e fir trim > tn employes outside of ofWashington ofW ofWashington
Washington W whit J was iran4e asasascitted fitted with withSecretary with8ecre withSecretary
Secretary 8ecre Mac ac > arhs hs tatter Ie 8r contained coJtaIIIecIthe eontalhedthe containedthe
the names of derks 2I in New Tork CbI Chicago CbIcaco Cbiad0 ¬
cago Boston Paaadetphia Pltsaew Pfcis p pS irr1 irr1N
N ew w Orleans St Louis Cteetanati Bnf Bnffalo Buffalo Ia Iatalo
falo Augusta Me and Knoxville Teas TeasIn TennIn TaIn
In taking the position he does doe on the theretirement tJMretirement theretirement
retirement scberue Secretary Ma XaeVeagn XaeVeagnvoices qY qYvoices Tech TechT01c
voices T01c the searhnent of the Tan Tal TalIl Ai Aiminatratlon Ad AdmiBbnmtion
miBbnmtion Il and puts IIUU the ejnestlea ejnestleasqnar gvosdsnsquarely ea ea8quarel
sqnar squarely Iy up to Congress The be Secretary Secretaryof
of thesquarely the Fr Treasury is absolutely ab oiuUlly oiuUllyeaJ unosjnivo unosjnivocal
cal and Knaves no chance for 1 doubt as to tohis tolab tohis
his stand standtit esan esanit taDdIt
tit It seems to me wrote TOtIe Mr 3ac McVeash 3acVeaga JlMcV
Veaga V ± TI T the December report whichhhe which whichhe wtddIhe
he irentiv mmtionod tnth ted In todays letter that thatthe fiatthe lat latu
the u conclusion to unavoidable that a areally aftaJy aaealbr
really efficient service1 is out ef thequestion the thequestion tlMquestlo
question without a method of honorably heoorajblyand Iy IyaDd
and Justly retiring persons whose whoseefficiency w whoseefsdamcy e eemcieDq
efficiency is seriously serloasIyAaa impaired impairedCompmrtng
Aaa Att WIH 1J 1JCOIa > s sComparing
Comparing COIa the attftude attfn of a the United UaMedStates UaltedStAtes
States toward Its emptoyes with the theattitude th thattitude thattlt1lde
attitude of other otb < < governments Mr Mac MacVdgh XaeVb
Vdgh remarks remarksThe remaI remaIIbe
The United State is the only 011I Batten Battenthat Jtdoathat
that has no general legal rearing pen pension peadon teD teDoD ¬
don oD for the employes of its civK service sorviceWe serviceWe nee neeWe
We have this th unique position po Ittoa hi the theworld theworid
world along al Dc with a reputation for great greatwealth eat eataM
wealth and for otherwise liberal expenditures ex expenditures expeDdltUreL ¬
penditures The entire world has au shown shewngreat IIhMmcreat showngreat
great and growing recognition recop tIon of pen pensions penand penono ¬
sions ono and retiring 1et1rta allowances and while whilethe whiletile
the United States Is so far behind the theIt theof
rest of the world In civil peD pensions DIDS It Ithas Ithas
has by far the largest Ia pension list among amongthe amongthe MODSnatiOD
the nation natiesaIn nationIn natiODIn
In conclusion the Secretary calls at attention attEtatioD at attention ¬
tention to the fact that this question qaoMtIo1has questionhas
has been before Congress eoacr a tone loa time timeIf tiMeIt
If the policy were to be adopted eel at atthis atthis atthis
this time he says it would woa1deelly undewbt undewbtedly usdbtedlp
edly give a siren strong C impulse to that im improvement tmproemeat m ¬
provement of every branch of the ser service 8e 8evice ¬
vice which bich is now so meek desired by bymuch bythe
the people and which bleb 18 a matter ur K e emuch so
much interest to Congress and the Ad Administration AdminilitraUOD Administration ¬
ministration ministrationGAS minilitraUODGAS
GAS EXPLOSIONBURIES EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONBURSES EXPLOsioNBURIES
BURIES 35 MINERS MINERSSbaft MINERSSbaft MINERSS
S Sbaft t Is OR a aR Fire rnd Rescue Parties PartiesAre PartiesAre PartiesAre
Are Berg Bei Driven Back BackB BackBr
B Br 1 Flames FlamesHALIFAX FlamesHALU FlamesHAhLTlX
HALIFAX HALU r lS 1 S Jane Jt > > 1Tiakty 1Tiaktyflve Thirty Thirtyfive IIIkt7ftve
five miners wer we + Jtombed tOIaI ed today by an anexplosion anexploldoe asexplosion
explosion in the n a of the tiMCoaJ Maratiro MaratiroCoal 3 e eCoal
Coal and Pomw Pow er r Cemparr CemparrThe c cTbe Comp CompThe
The mine is now on are ar and rescue rescueparties re rescuehave eue euebaywe
parties l > have peen driven l back > ack ek by gas gasand lSaNI
and ftmiBes 1IIuDesQUADRUPLETS fiaeaQUADRUPLETS ftmiBesQUADRUPLETS
QUADRUPLETS BORNTO BORN BORNTO BORNTO
TO BOSTON COUPLE COUPLEStop COUpLEstop COUPLEStop
Stop Your joking jO ing and Tfciak of ofS ofRooseve1t ofecct
Rooseve1t s HlHecomin HlHecominSays l ecct ingY
S Says ys P Lud ud Papa PapaBO6TOK PapaB08IOJf PapaBOBTcm
BO6TOK June r 2 i t Ste Stop yeetr iidtlug JsMi JsMima jMttIa
Ia lug ma < < and think of Roonvwlfs RooeeV91tscomfc heait heaitcomitts rsaa s
coming said w Samuel And Aa Andersen el rs i of ofCharlestown t tCharleatoWD
Charlestown when congratulated to totfay t tay s sday
day ay on being the father of three bays beysand H7Sand
and a girl born here yesterday yesterdayMother ytenlavMother
Mother and nd children are doing lar welL walLBREATHITT welLBREA
BREATHITT BREA BREATH THrrT TTa 1 IS SCENE SCENEOF SCENEOF
OF DOUBLE SHOOTING SHOOTINGJACKSON
JACKSON Ky June SA8bury SA8burySp6cer Aabury Aabury9pteer
9pteer a cousin of Curtis J Jett Jet4 tt zed zedformer udtOllllU
former HnrgU heochmeo hea lI shot and andkilled aDdkUlecl andkilled
killed Jndse J 1 Pugate ana wounded Mrs MrsKugate 3yltaFugans4
Kugate the Jades a mother at atJetu atJetuCreeit J 3tta 3ttaCreek Us UsCrerfc
Creek tt thin t morning mo and then MR calmly eatadyned catM1yned
telephoned ned the ocalattttMrirles atstmscitee JtIeJ that tb t he heMicff hewaa hewas
was atontulg Micff g here to surrender i
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