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Jr e h ltMedsfs JJl rS Cizeu1atima Cm2ition 4rSlIf 46Ztx WASHINGTON NmsmAY EVENING JULY 6 + 1910 Sixteen Pages PRICE E ONE CELT
Sparred By Pastors Action ActionCoffinussioiicrs ActionBar ActionRepro
Coffinussioiicrs BIT Buducn Repro Reprodactai Reprodootion
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la ItaSce Scape 5crpGt Churches and Police PoliceCfciefc PoliceC1IieIs
t Cfciefc la laIIGIfIII Hacmoivf Hacmoivfsos Iiatllaott Iiatllaottpiditses
IIGIfIII > piditses fIlE s tile JeksJohn John I It i iW
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e cidiw ridmt to tar the nsaiCiin itltt tsetttlaties 11 riB i on ran oant an antM i iv
v tf tM t c t battle ate at Reno Renothe Re110j Re110jTIdIt RenoT9ris
TIdIt ax Ii curse yes > the heels of for fori fortta
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eta psasardaY 8IJ Yaais T Tm ihsblby0sn ihsblby0snIngiters
liiaatiin m foAowed t today td y by y addttteiial adittoaalprotean addttteiialIn I IJrote
protean Ie k cM rch taenII taenIIIta gseneruy gseneruyIn
In order that WasMmeeae theater utert r aro aroi
t Helen wff he nut t tIS t as MnUe > nxntmu nxntmuwin oortseseas
IS c II = lotatodt to aetitce win be beserved betile beServed
served ay the iinamliilninn a of the tile1Iry thepriNtlary j jfor
priNtlary 1Iry arm tern armThe
n The fat UI tMt t such ptct > rres apt 81 81ceer estCtfli
ceer tal r wad s ffJI the tJatoJmIIIt theuIshs
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Int IntetwntisoI l lIiefB AaaoctetioH AaaoctetioHtiieCB Atsoci tioa et entice enticehiefs
tiieCB lie I ana a countrywide countrywideday Ah idle erIe to torlay to todav
day to tebaftl have tho pictures banned bai baiof ia allStaten all alltteB
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o of Oalambfa biL I IStaawltaaeoarJy
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StaawltaaeoarJy with the thethe dedsiut JUr JUrthe a athe
the IE District Districtneara CD CoanedieeTL < II 1W thes 1IIeR 1IIeRIMUIIl ap apisottrY
neara IMUIIl in 1 sectmaa of tile tileMJeaees theviieaees tb tbxidevees isottrY
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Interass intuaBla lot aaaecialry Iy began to t tA pt piattut + steet
10 fa A tinotJ and mayors yon sad the cra crasade enaade eTuade
ade started s a1 against the he tight ate atetures et pictures
tures t at tsHfOaattal ealtaJ erlisted er erCrout support supportfrom sppsttfrom
from virtually y every ery coni ce congretlea i galisa to tothe litt Inthe
the t be city cityTne eKpThe
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t trtggi I vii 6 6ue e eltra
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t the he pictures ple ctttres bo barred earth earththat the grtaslNlr grtaslNlrthat CI CItlat
that tfaoy th y renrcdwce aa Dllgat TOJhfc T act aet sett and andtfcwt sadthat
that their exhibition will be be jaR jaRII st as asliteral asIllDai
literal II as the tb actual u apt aghtday aptW ShirtB
B W WUI1aat Sllaw deelrei to toa6at to today
day a6at feat ho Md w whed Preddeet Taft Taft1CC Taft Taft1c
1c 1CC i T Tiaesdsee Roscvck Roscvckthem Raavd1III arGovernor arGovernorHues Governor Governortheir OcwuorH
H Hues a bbug them to t ire their Infitreaoe te teI teing ID IDf
f 11ft1Ce Its et tide picturez hiss k k1ncar be being
1ncar 1ncarTbe ing ezMbindThe exhibited exhibitedTne
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which his Nor owns the thesaaf Sits 01 Ute UteN 1lelit y ysaid
said to itae aw awmflUan < hi tIJ to L oL J a quater ef efm a ammisn
mflUan m isius 4 4custvc 11I purdatstsg the eszcluelve m mcuehe
custvc rbjfcU and te taking the pfc pfctia pict plettxee
t ttxee tia rWI es JeaTrkss was paid 9X liiFtisl6 K > while wiveJebatotr whileJobasaar wIdkJoIt
Jobasaar JoIt cat PMM S51 Rteaard and pea GteaM GIea110II peaboa
boa M g f4n t a cut and sift own sni csixth csixthof tIt tItof slrthof
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six I X betas te the lower Lake region the theOhio dieOllie theUhl
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nefieee nesseeTemperattare nefieeeTemperature
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Opposes Fight Pictures II I 1
who Hat Taken Aa k1 Active Part In 1 the t Crusade Resulting la the eTMt DecisMSJ DecisMSJThat DecisisaThat
That JeffriesJohnson Jdries o Fight Pictures Shall Mot 01 Be Shown SIlo la the District
Min Ministers s Petition PetitioIASKWS Com CommisN Commissiooers ssiooers
siooers to Put B Ban n on onShow JIIS oDShow
Show S ow on Visit VisitWanhhwtasi Visitw Visita VetWaahtugttat
Wanhhwtasi w mtaasters today died atedi a aeal
a eal pnttest with 6e DY Dllltllclto DllltllcltoJft siat Osa Osatlarlesfxs
tlarlesfxs Jft i ii agahrnr the thevisit apprtrrWe aJJ J Jat Or Orshit
visit of John Jolt Arthur Jnhi Jnhiof Jsia r 1111 cost7olfOt cost7olfOtof I ITIt
of Jewries m this city cityThis dtyThin
This TIt action a was taken fottowina toII aiaI aspecial a aspecial
special iaI meetiac of the asatY astm astei Federattoa Federattoaat
at the T M C Co A when when flea s eon eoIIIIIIItUAe eoIIIIIIItUAeCOIIIPIi8iDg comsdttecomprising nttUO nttUOcomprising I
comprising Drs Moir air G Arie and andSnooaor 111IwIdt sadSpoeetr
Snooaor missioners missionersCnmmhulnarr was > named uzafd t M wait oa the Com Commissioners eo aI aI1Iett CorDWAee ¬
WAee 1Iett the cos uuee iItbee GIIIEi JU ft IIO Aotest AotestCo est j jer
Co er Cnmmhulnarr aio 1 er Rndolph dectared that be becould becould I IeouW
could give no deflotte nrrmises as to tothe t tthe j jbe
the attitude attIt of the oto romranstan niweR sartdo sartdobefor
tileF F r rt rIM
otRaetr t Z > nif show K esJtiMCtis esJtiMCtishepetM at
hepetM b IM W Wte blaett ehatdpl i woatfl woatflbe
be aahjeend te a cane1 naveattgptioa naveattgptioaMetope 1pUoa 1pUoait
befor it wa was nersnttted bertsdita3The nersntttedThe tri i iTIle
The mbdstor took the posfti postttcn n that thatwould t tthe thatthe
the preeoce fIE J0611 Jofnte In w wwould WaaSiatoa WaaSiatoawould
would be Ittteiy to i incite race rips i icause aoicause
i cause further race prejudice pre tn addi addition addttl eddttiee ¬
tion to having a demoralizing 4kmoral ing effect on onU 011the onthe
U the > youth especially the young negroes negroesIt
It i is th thwboUy the e belief tef of the pastors that ft is iswholly Iewboll
wholly wboll within the t be pow power r of the polk polkto polka poIkeI
to take such steps as may ma be deemed deemednecessary deemednecessary I ITY
necessary TY to conserve con erve ve law and order orderPARADE orderPARADE I IPARADE
i Ii
1 1B
Johnsons 9ns S Admirers Will Net Be BePermitted BePCr
PtIMH PCr Permitted to Held Irmmxom lie IlatefomCHICAGO IrmmxomCHICAGO lH i ii
CHICAGO July C scIdef Chief of Police PoliceStewart PUliceaewart PutkeStewart
Stewart today annimind aa I In J that he had bedtefooed hadrefused i
refused to give ci a permit to adattrers OfJack of ofJack I Ilack
Jack Johnson the champion pugltatt to tohold tohold I IbOW
hold holdTbe a parade III honor of his histOlBOrlO btne btnecoaing
coaing tOlBOrlO toaorrowThe I ItIJe
The chief in view of the trouble troublewhich troublewhich
which has arisin in the West W E ihros5bwhich through throughwhich throaPhleb
which hleb Johnson JoII on < has passedthat passed passedthat declare declarethat
that there might JIIi t be racy ra troqble tr in iDOt iDOtcap incage Chi Chicago
cap if the parade were held heldANSWER heldANSWER heldANSWER
Asserts A is Vmlkgr Paper i apcl Cots CowfawyOnce 0 Cotsitiee J Jooe
Once Reoogufaed Joint Cow Cowmiuee I ID
miuee itiee of QoHgM QoHgMThrough Co Conger CongerThrough e55 I ITIar
Through TIar lib attorney Punt E E El Elder EII Elder ¬
der Public Printer ta Samuel B Donnelly Donnellytoday Doupegytoday y ytoday
today filed Ied his aasaeer IIHIH i in the restrict restrictsupreme Distrleme < I Isapeeme
supreme court te tile settee af the tbeValley theValley I
Valley Paper Coig Company C + any Y9 of Htoij HeI ate ateMass OkaMaas e J Jwbleb
Mass which seeks an injunction m re restralilog re reoordanee re 1 1atIabIiDg
atIabIiDg the public Jdat printer front pur pureha pureha
IDa eha ng further paper supplJeiI iIa axo ae aeconIa
oordanee o e nce with the contracts which cla well wellexpire wtBexpire wIDeQtre
expire in 1911It 1911 1911It DUIt
It is a up in the answer wer that m masmaca i1I i1Itile iaaat
aat asmaca Ma n3 t talleayd tile Valley Paper Coz uqalleifrd Cotilpaayalleged
alleged alleaydrress rut February tile ewisteaeP eDst J ofa Ja
a jGiIIIt cosmittee tee OD printing hi Cun Cunggreen
rress that it cannot now come Intocourt into intothe latoa
court a the non noneaIteace xistence of ofw ofwt said saidcommittee saidt
committee = tat t iat t the joint committee oa oaartattng 011tlDa aprinting
printing tlDa legally exists that it acted actedwttSnnits adrJdwlthID actedwithin
wttSnnits within its rights he he it t 4Iit dismissed i uea f tn tnand the thebid J Jbid
bid of the Valley Paper Company Y and andt aodthat andthat
that the drlrmaof cbaInDaD of the theReed comndttee comndtteeReed
Reed t > ird ctomot SIIIoOt fccteo fccteowhen within h rtditS rtditSwileD ethts ethtswhen
when bTrrfused M retGqed refn ed to permHotbers penntt l t others than thantbe tbaatile thanthe
tile members of the t committee be pres presHEAD preseat proseut
eat when the bids wen opened ooenedHEAD openedAD
Bc BOSTON TGN July BThe < The candidacy candidacyfor
or Mrs IIL Ella PIaa Young of Chicago CIticagofer Chicagofor
for the prenMenfey pIMMe Ixe nly of the Nat3 National NationalKdoeatic I IEducaUo i iEd1Ictk
Kdoeatic ml 1 Convention in session sessionhere e8BIonhfte steeionbets
here with 4Me 4 delegates tes attF attrad attradte attFSa mdtm mdtmIs
te botec bitterly opposed on theareumds the theKrwwn tJaetlaat
areumds Krwwn that CbJcaga has lid xo xoopposing 10 10y tanststaY
ststaY y CI an andbecau8e because cause of her ex sezThe exIIae
The rein opposing her are MartteA Martin MartinS t j
8 B Brtabatggb A of Pfcttedelphia Uadetphta tlade hta Jobs Johaof JeIIAJL JobsAlabama
JL PIIIIIiIt of f Alabama Dr Jmepla Jmeplasarthmor J Jbsephria j
Of OfIt arthm sarthmor ria riaf rtmore J1e < College CoIIe Flm Elmer 1 1R
R Tti H3rosnna t > ii of f Washinjrt R a < hin hingterb ftI1t 8ftf11 se fl J JSnvd JSnyder 1 18n 1
Snvd 8n Snyder dr T of C rloralo f lnrata lora lo It TS i ix holuv holuvBrumbaagh I liVe > lBrutabangh 1 1t
Brumbaagh has tbe t best chance chanceProd cnanceFrost ehan ehanProDt
Frost Do Dan r Glazed Glued 00 4x oo 0 ApieceFlank Apiece ApieceFrank Apiecer
r Aar Frank k Libbey i Co 5th > fr r Ava I
ill WORK oti IN CAPITAL CAPITALRcgre 1 1mperswn i I IWll
mperswn Wll Congregation Congrepdone CongregationPcS
Rcgre e s sP Pastors St s Removal Rubsto R Rto
to Y mo mo1tDiGIIUIfTOJr ViaIi1NGHAMTO1
BOiGHAnlTOK K r Tf T JaIy jr LftI 5Theilly LftIIIIeII Th ThKev
Kev Unison How uett ett hn < Undind T Ms MsmslcnifiiMi Idaryft kinnetptation
mslcnifiiMi as pear n jr die First ilkstBaptist PIntIIapCtt FirstBaptist
Baptist sous CIa Chores of r Cwonwrntown Ospat iw ntwu to toot toII tomot
mot ot a II aB to IeBqtist setmi pastor nas or o the toteSeebd theSecond
Second Baptist Chnrch CIamdttaD Jt meh in Wnvhma Wnvhmaton W tag
ton tausThe v vThe I
The Rev Mr 1 > r Hewlett t has been pas pastor paator peater
tor of the Coo Co Tstown Church for nv nvyears Av flyyaws
years and has been very popular ponnlsrwon H HweD Hwon
won a large circle of ofof friends on onof eutatdt eutatdtof
of his deoominailon tnaU n and built b1IUteb up n the tnvcbnrch thecis
cbnrch eb rapidly rapidlyI rapidlyacceptance
Ria acceptance de call 10 10i Wsskt Wssktlagtod
lagtod i i is reset Wool IW y r rcoegr J JOP
coegr OP egation tlO1L hi higet
1 1Rei
I Rev Rei Hewlett HoWl4ttt wOI Wm will arrrre IItftR te aWashtt teWasatacton
Wasatacton Washtt < gton from fl Bta Bing haapl 1I n Auavsi Auavsij AUIIiJIwfI1 A At
j i and wm taM a up af ofduties aa MTae v vwaOea > j
duties alee as pastor pastorof of f the B clfgB cmd Baptist BapOctCaarca
Caarca oa one of thcTnort inftuentlat 1 1ItIG o othat of
denomination a in the city 0r0i 0r0isucceed H Hauccee4I HIi HIisucceed
succeed the Rev R E Hex Swem who whofor whtolor
for twentyfive e years filled the pulpit pulpitat P Pat
at the Second Baptist Church here hereand hereand
and was one of the moot generally ly be beloved beloved i i10Ye4
loved ministers here herei
i Several SeYe months Jb tha ago Mr limes Sw recehed re received ¬
ceived a call I to the pulpit of the Bap Baptist Baptint ¬ I
tist Church in Dothan Ala Ala and do dospite de dospite
spite 8 Ue the protests of Ms 1 congregation congrefcationhere tJoD I
here decided d ided to accept He left tor forAlabrta torpril torAlab
Alab Alabrta aaa April pril Z and his hi successor successorwas S Sw successorwas
was w called a few le en weeks Utter UtterROOSEVELT Ja1erROOSEVEL laterROOSEVELT
Reporter Injured In M Msutia Msutiai AIia g Vile WieBeater VileBeater
Beater O Gai tills F FAppreviL Hearty
i Approval ApprovalOYSTER AppreviLOYSTER j
OYSTERBAY OYSTER BAY X Y July 1 CTo fc To beatl beatlwle beat beatlav beatsy
lav sy a wife beater ter is an honorable act actaccording act actaccotdtng
according to Cot Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltformer Roosevelttforcer eIt
former President of the United States Stateswho stftlA I
A newspaper ma who went t out today todayto toM toMto
to Sagamore more HOI to interview the tb < colonel colonelwore coloneloset
womb wombSaanoie wore ore bandages on one hand The col colonel ¬ I
onel asked how the member had been beeninjured beenInjured I
injured IDjd and was told that the reporter reporterhad reporterbad I Ibad
bad severely sprained Ms band whip whipping wtdppiJt whipa ¬
ping a foreigner who ho had struck hiswife his hiswife h hwife
wife at the Oyster Bay depot depotFine depoLFlae t twptue
wptue Fine just t fine h shouted Colonel ColonelRoosevelt ColonelRoosevelt
Roosevelt t Thats an honorablewoad honorable honorablewound honorablerm
wound Fm proud of you American Americanmen Americanmet aa aaJDeII
men win not permit wife wifeP beating beatingp
p S sotIIfl Other reporters are looking for forwife forrife
wife beaters rs and are carrying eanT IIg IIgages band bandCLERGYMANS bandages j
ages in their pockets pocketsCLEROYMANS
Leader Lest r of Crusade Against A < aiast Illinois IllinoisBootleggers IllinoisBootdeggers
Bootleggers V lr VictimofOuti Victim lrOutrte of ofOutnlge
Outnlge OutnlgeKBOGA Outi ge geRDUGA I
j jeT
KBOGA 5 iXJGAIU IB July sPoIi C J e o8ce today todaymade tOOa todayevery
made every e dIt rt to And the person orperue or ornersW
nersW perue WM uho dyamstfted the home of thediscs the theRav theRev
Rev R B Fisher poster of of die Naoaa Naoaapi NeoPriaI1 NeogaPt
pi uribytsriaa e ytaLs riaI1 Chuvca ChuvcaThe CJa1rdaThe ChtsstisThe
The bafldlng was partly wrecked andMr and andMr
Mr Fishers wife badly injured No Nodew NoChw Noclew
dew has barn foaad rgto to the ie person who whothrew wbohrew wItebrew
brew r the bernb fragments lIta of fille whtch whtchwere w
foal Iner
were e r founj it fatter I r near the wrecked wreckedbuUdmg 1IrreC1tedI1q wrackedw
buUdmg buUdmgThe I1qTIM MribdhrgThu
The Rev Mr Ftsher Wte has been beeRt lasdt leading leadinga g ga
a Isht t t against the bOOttl bootleggers bootleggersWOMAN 1e8er 1e8erWO as asWOMAN
BOSTON > o lsToN July C Dtsr Darfeaa a aa lire la laa Ina
a tenement house Mrs Sarah Posnercsrtied Posner Posnercarried POIIDer1M
carried a a wooaa we end a child 1M 1MpIaak over a aptealr apimatk
ptealr two feet < eet wide and five feet feetlong fee feetlong j
long connecting the structures et four fourstories tourstories
stories above the brick aret Va cay ay i
Mrs flofemoa Solotoon Belir Rosenberg Bo and her herfourdayold hertourday J Jlour4qold
tourday fourdayold o baby ba J w were r t thud Utu u uNAVAL rescued rescuedNAVAL rescuedNAVAL
NEWPORT July I iih The N naval navalgeneral natalgeneral a1
general board is holding its summer summerJiew summerhere i
here Important Impor nt questions q stlon will be eicu bediscu
discussed discu icu < sed < although the chsilrman < of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board bJ t > Id Admiral O rg gcRZy gcRZywin tL < I e ein > w y
win in not be pn presentDoors present presentI tMII1 tMII1Door
I Door > oor5 iHIwh I lJIeh Thick T il fiso b Apiece ApeceFrank ApieceFrank
Frank Libbey Co CUt t < N Y Ave
Hn Hua d peds of Protests P rot ests Sent Sentto
to District DistrictCcmmisskmers DistrictCcmmisskmersThroqgh II strict ComfEissiooers ComfEissiooersThrcKigfa ConiinissionersT I
ThrcKigfa T hl The Times TimesEDDY TimesDpy Times1I
Fcjiwl R t et t Made de on BaUaif Bt ttif offor of ofdtteews eej
dtteews for Imprtved ImprtvedThe I j Ii
Cafti CaftiTM 1 1 1ne
J 1I t I
TM The hundreds of cttapkIata ci > in lsluta lata latatile agatest agatestthe aSahrtthe
the Wi We Wasfttegten igis J Kasry y aodKtectrte aodKtectrteToe and EIeetric EIeetricc KeetrlcCoipaay
c Coipaay which ha have bea AII rsnfvet byThe 1 yThe
The Tim ties us woj e fonaaay presented tM to tothe tothe tothe
the District Railway Cemmawion at atHMtea atQ at1ta
Q > t HMtea at la l ii > oclock o this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonAt noonAt
At the tare thae Secretary Bd Dlfh < ly of ofa 6fthe ofthe
the eonurisefsa y presented tecl a comph eotapehnatve comp compsive r rthe
atve t en the conditions prevathnK prevathnKon pets ailing aiinha
on every street ear lIRe in Washngrturi WashngrturiMr
Mr Eddy began Btasa Ms nnresttgatiois nnresttgatioismorethMi IIy nrestSgatiosmore tiOI tiOIDM
morethMi DM ua a week ago and when u ucomtaiSBiooers tfw tfwCOllI t I F Faemmeioners
comtaiSBiooers COllI II 1 stet today he wa was arm armto a h r p
to lit r + aiei < dem an mtiostiiifc array of f fled fa I Ito ss
s to the character Of cats beIIIc opr oprted opo r
ted by y the Waatiteaton Was ten BaJIway a aBIeecrIe a aand i iMeettic
BIeecrIe cpan and the Capit CapitTraction CapttTraction
Traction Company CompanyThe ca companyLetter
Letter Ts T cr Caanit CaanitThe UJn UJnThe
The tagodrtd 1IIaDlt k of comataUnts complaints r rby N rece td elby tdI
by The Tfaaeo were trJMOBHtd tamraNniite t tc ih ihcoatmhrnlos t tU
coatmhrnlos U I with the flomnrwyc feilsol ti b gg fetter tetterDtetrict tett fetterDMrict r rJ
Dtetrict Hallway Comsnlmtosu J Catmtissfe Wash WmhGentlemep Washdenture uh uhIIq
denture D C CGeIt Cieatleme
GeIt Gentlemep GentlemepOn ieatleme
On beh beht < f of tile be oatroos troee of the theWashington theWashington
Washington Railway and KlecUte Com Cotsposy Company ¬ i
l lwe
posy and Ole Traction
Capital Oompanv Oompanvwe CoIapaJlwe r
we present heh hei wUh several hundred hundredstveet hundredformal
formal eemptslnta III r ts apIut the eperadon eperadonof
of dosed and otherwise encssdeeakis encssdeeakisstreet 8oh 8ohuet 1
street cats cat bf both eompvnfes com comes comesstrews I
a ooryieiota la fa kW are to 0 0 tat thoegect theeeet i
egect that the street car carI earIMt eomtpaiss alt altDot
I not complying COIa wash that t 8eCtIoD 01 tile thetaw i ilaw
I law wBfcfa provides that t the oos oosshgll
shgll furnish Ie rba eItIn ther M r w wiii 1 1toe 1
to cartartabn orta stg ieDt ne nepiesMlo i iv
piesMlo piesMlor1 v 1 I
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b iii tree t tows alt rturbait b bor bait v kie kier5 ot t tndot J JttJ
ndot or fcoa rtur ttJ r5 Br bang s tJ tJt s sImo
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eettn te prunes toot eomtraw eomtrawess I Irn
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Many or t a 11 ii their theirmtiMtea theirUfeittsa I
Ufeittsa or o mtiMtea pretest against againstthe apIDsttlMf againstto
the tlMf rlisti cars threega tbts > ihla tb the medium of oftho oftile ofthe
tile blanks pnMsbed pa by The Thnes T and aadthe aJtdthe andthe
the railway way companies 11 were seared for fortheir fortJIeir fortheir
their disregard of the comfort 0It of their theirEdward theirEctwanI theirpaare
paare paareEdward
Edward J Newco Newcomp presented the thei tRject theobject
i subject ject for the roawidaratieii I of tile tileiatwt as asto asselatisn
iatwt when h refmrtd to t the fight fighten ftCbtTIle tightThe
TIle TIlDes Is carIYiIIs en for the benefit benefitof fItof be d It Itof
of the people relative reIa retati a to street car com comfort e8 ceitferL ¬ j
fort His H motion to indorse Ole Olet mow mowit movemost
most it t started by The Thaws was second sesodd seconded i iI
ed d by Guxtave Gu Mave Bender who described daceibedsame describedthe I IIMJIIIe
IMJIIIe of his penoeaI experiences wilt wiltthe 1 1the
the street ears on the Anaconda ne ftsefbere nee neeThere i
There is known said Mr Mrbe Denier Denierto Peadturto
to be an open 0 operf ear na a the Anae Anacocrla ea is IBM IBMand lkteand 1
and R te oporat oporatStation opwatett It by way or tile UIIIIoIII Uee UeeStation
Station so that each afternoon about 5 5oclock I
oclock o this car is awaited by acoreo acorea ot oti o opaaeeagers
i passengers who take It in preference to tothe tothe I ItJIe
the closed car with the result that thatcrowded thatcrowded i
crowded seats and peisparing 1 pairoonaxra pairoonaxrahanging JItl paeeagere paeeagerebanging I i
hanging ha on to handles can be observed observedin ob l liD
in this pr particular ticnvr r instance instanceMr InstanceMr
Mr r Bender spoke of the stre 1ItJetlt 1ItJetltof > t car carcompanies carcomsa
companies comsa nim of the District settee adJIIIrftanee > n 4eAance de denance
nance of the wishes of their patrons trona te tetead is istend
tend of censaitfanr their comfort and aadw andhr
hr w stated s atO tel that m no capital te the world worldre woei woeiezeevtll
ezeevtll W Wooht gton where the DIe peopleare
alP re so infemtMive mbive wocra world such a condf condftkm CGIIdftittn condition
tkm be tolerated toleratedIn tecJ
In 1 Europe he Fared vared ftd were a railway raiiwayCContinu rai way wayConttnu
Continued d on Page Xne XneFirst X Re ReMOB
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First Shoots Black Vho WhoWouldnt VhoWouldnt VhoWouldn
Wouldnt t Stop St p Then ThenRiddles ThenRidd1es ThenRikdles
Riddles Murderer MurdererGEORGETOWN MurdererOBORGEIOwN MurdererETow
JohnsonSk Johnson proprietor of the hmdtea hate hateof
of this place was Oja killed her bore by Wbe a saga nogrwhom sagawhota
whom he had discharged dischargedA dicho ed edA i
A hastily ft ftcapture fCHlller poste eadeawred lllh u to tocapture
capture the aYer and a beUevtng 11 they theybad tbnhad theyhad
had foun > him members of the partykilled party partykilled JllUtJ1It
killed It Died a negro who w o did not stop when 1I rca11ei
called upon to do so sorpon sopo sorpon
rpon po ktrnIO k irnifta mi that the begto Ae fo killed kUWn killederass killedwis
wis n f not ot the rfcrLt u one the posse only cmJjrfdoubled
redoubled its efforts and soon canny eantupon eamuocln cannyun >
upon un n the slayer of Johnsonthe Johnson JohnsonThe J
Th The murderer attempted att Jted to fin upon 11fOLhe
the pes pose > but t his h i uts Uxiy was ftiWiTkldled quiei quieiriddled ruickiy ruickiyriddled
riddled with bullets bulletsPairs uIJetPain bulletsPairs
Pairs of He i Bonds for Szzs 1 5 5Frank S SFrank
Frank Libbey IAbr eyCo t Co 8th N Y Avg AvgAdv Av AvAdv n ndv
Adv dv
OF 400000 BONDS
Dead President of the Carnegie Trust Tn st Company Comp ny From Whose Vaults 400000 400000Worth xooo xoooWorth I IWorth
Worth of Bonds lie Were Stolen StolenSecurities Stoleslrit
Securities lrit s Lost By Carnegie Trust Ctn Company F FHeld4d FG Forwerty ForwertyHeaded Jy JyHeaded
Headed By B C C C C Diclditson Who Died AZteC AfeecfeGfeiiig Af Afy AZteCthmg
y feGfeiiig Dr D L1li Lange M Mak fee Sihwrv Sir
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Preparing Propari mg to Lower Speed SpeedFigures SpeedFigures SpeedFigures
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ATLANTIC r IrLA CTTT tTT X J July JulyNorth 60 60We 5 5Watber
We IIer dltiODII with tile tilea exception exceptionOf
Of a North N t11 < wind which w bleW dtroetry dIrtITOut dtroetryout
out to sea were w favorable rvorableaeropIaIIe for sr fartnor frirteeraeroplane fartnoraeroplane
aeroplane flights today and Glenn Cur CurBt
tt Bt whose MDirattonal t ftlght tl tt along the thebeach tiletroat
beach heat at sundown yesterday te eleitrlSed etee eteetriaed
triaed thousands along the boardwalk boardwalkt 1 tk tktloA
asno n ea his intention tloA of gOig afteraorrie after
aorrie of tile speed recer Ita ins t atryout atryoutthe tryout tryoutova
ova the nfty AttYmUe mUe course aIoDa > oof the
beach as soon as the wind shlftedL shlftedLJ I
J I i His 141 mechanicians JIM1 were re to1 to1ing bc bYa11 aU aUlachlg i rp rpi
lag placing his biplane in shape shapeHaataUHT i iHamilton
i HaataUHT Hamilton and Harmon the svmtors syistorswho VWGn I 1
who 0 motored here last night were earlS earlSIOD earlynalkod
IOD on the beach and several times thnesthe timesthe walked
the distance between tWeel1 the Steel and MB MBand
out the theMs Ms Mskndh
ticm Dollar PieS ping pingthe pkktDc Nt < tbe 1test I
IaDcJtng kndh ndhtg tglion leos aDd 9Idq 1IP the WIt II
of the air ir odd eddies around around the thethe big hotels I
and the currents rising risi from under the thepiers tileJ thepiers
piers piersI H5WIND
KHGIMS France July t1 tThe < The noaor llooorof hoeOte noaorof
of e nyinglbeiore tlyi hying 1 dore re President Failierestof FailierestofFrance FalBerws of ofVrane
France 1 naJlCf was wasevening DOt eaou enouE h to tempt Reims the
a aviratts eom pe Jng I tot tl1 blg Rh RhiDto
meett into tile ar t today T diving 8 t
the st Yn3 wind that whipped tppecI over 1M thepetitepy
petitepy Plain If the wind s
there w wit be a number of 8i Aigbts AigbtsCCUSED bta this tJUaenaIDS thisOF
1 tictmeat Voted Against A aiast Friendof Friend Friendof Fri nd ndc
of Lee ONeftt Brown la thei the theLxmmer theLorimer
I Ic
i Lorimer tunnel Case Cilset
t c ICAGO July LJobn E iblh JlalJey JlalJeya y yT
I a grocer r was Indicted today CIiII a acharge a acharge i
charge of attempting to influence iIdIuellCeI a aWtol ajuror
I juror Oecar T lIorford In the the recent recenttAa1 recenttiai
Wtol of Lee ONeill Brown the i minor minoritv minorit n nitr i
itv it leader r of the Illinois Legislature Legislaturei I
i t Brown 810 if charged ha with th bribery in inconnection
connection con eetioa with tile election of Unttttd Unttttdstatea lTDtndStates UnitedStates
States Senator er liorimer liorimerPretty Lert LorimerPretty
Pretty Mantels for S3oo 3x10 Apiece ApiecePrank ApieceIrank ApieceFrank
Prank Libbey Llbl Co Sib te N Y Ave
Adv dv
reprteg Ie kiln be ealed k Aqey 1bit Y YTresgbiq
Atmrney Abraham A Levy was ateocaBed ateocaBedte eaDeI eaDeITkUN
te by Mr WeBbom The TkUN two Is lawyers wren heU heUAtaamer bea3esotereriet
esotereriet I ubtA
t and ter tt t sure tohd T thR thRAAMaraey I
Ataamer and tb tt grand lID jilts JurrUSB
1 k USB last fen maattK ais + rli nle ° te teo lef asr
r f hod dertnsa 6 ea o t 3zu trvK trvKomaaavy
atsgrar omaaavy t 1 y for the 1M return nt ntu of tb trrz beaus boedsae beausLad 1
Lad u bat4 tdosrarsd they ca caN
a N ae t found foundba lull fusedThe I
The ba avskar ties maw atSe aa tavestiistioa tavestiistioaO tHT < aaatkin aaatkinaf
O af hie own and to toMmd rs rrpsrted that dIatlite he
Mmd the bomVt had beeb been said m M by C wchapman W WChapman Waa
Chapman aa A Co Ce broken brokenRxJudse IriaaJtJ1I4e brikelsYsJudge
RxJudse Keener reareEmtteg tlnc the tbeC thetwatlaQld theKcotianned
twatlaQld twatlaQldROOSEVELT C attaued oa Ktevvath Page PageDeclares PageROOSE
Declares Conference Ylitb Wiihinsurgent Vi ViInsurgent YlitbInsurgentHs
InsurgentHs Insurgent Has No Nog Bfcar Bfcarin r ring
in ing a on onKKW Ol Nomtnation Nomtnation1BW NOmiIn itilif itilifNEW
NEW YORK JuLy SConeel c < Colonel Moose TtstmcTtt MooseYent i iTfI
Ttt made the YoUewtear 7wUo irtntianan T 1 1ue Jit atth Jitthe
th the e nee ef The Outlook lt u shmcly wtly after afterate afterIds afterlira
ate arrival today todayralr todayair =
air 1 Roosevelt dt will see very aeany a ny
Senatera st Reproetatlvene Reproetatlvenasogsbnf Representatives R va assesably assesablymen asogsbnfrt r rMeII
men e rt and other pribttc officers oIIIlersftefttl oMitt r rep representing tp tpresenting
resenting ftefttl all phases of o mtbife hl lhopfJ opinion opinionHe eIL eILHe
He 11 inclines to be respardbafarany respardbafaranyseateaoots ranpomiibH r forany foranystatements f feMlliDts
statements eMlliDts exeepUnrr those which be behhaeeuf ber behues
hhaeeuf hues makes ansjt > r r tleoaeveU t oogtevet be beNald ba 5aid hasmid
aid nothing D8tb and intends ii te say noch nochiag nohhtg
iag as te a eontest rer n a mmliislaiii mmliislaiiiAdding w wA n nA4d
Adding A A4d > ng te I the formal statement 8Ut the thecotonel thecoIoIIel thecolonel
colonel said saidIn <
In I regard to the coaCereoee c scowl er u tsce G that thatMr that thatMr
Mr Petedexter Pellldener1 and I I had yesterday sestcrdnyI sestcrdnyIwill J JwlU
wlU say Jhat I was w pleased pieasedto to and that thatbis ttlata filethis
his past record r te leysud to Vonecr Vonecrvatlon b eoneer eoneerradon er ervatIee
radon and sIMIlar aahjecte was wa ahearty in inhearty
hearty ae acosrd d with miae nine I I6 dM not notions tatexpnes
S expnes i 1 reprOsent set 0 I Mils aay spin spinboo i
ions regarding re his Senatorial s iaI iaIaUoa nomin nominatfam notiNsalien
alien lid Mr t Pofndextec P didttat did not afelc isbkme afelcme 1 1e
me for any anyI
I do not believe that Mr Putadexter Putadexterto PsIndexlerh
to reonaasibte re far the statements that tartappear thatas tIIatapper
appear lm Ibis ac papers except exeeptas
as I have indicated indicatedWe ladlcatedWe IndicatedWe
We We did not go over overo the political situa situation 8Itaatlon sitnadon ¬
don in the Northwest Nor nretR nor did we toucn teuCnUpoD ieuestupon toucnupon
upon the BaBteger affair aflEairRoos aftatrX1l1 affairRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roos veit promise X1l1 > d a delegation ef the thePlttbnrg tileF1tubu thePittsburg
Plttbnrg F1tubu Civic Commission that tllatwoald hc hcwould icewould
would attend a public meeting meetin there thereearly thereearly thereearly
early next faD He BenD will speak oa o octTte souls sotnacivic soulscivic
civic subject tjfIet relative to Pittsbur The Thecommittee Ttkco Tlicommittee
committee co was composed eH r 11814 of H D Lag Knglich ED8Ih LagItch
lich Charles F W Weler eler r and Allen T TBurns TBunss r rBurns
Burns BurnsRepresentative BunssRe BurnsRepreeentative
Representative Re e Hamilton Fish Fllllt11rlII will calla call callOR caJitile
OR a the Colonel tomorrow aCSacamor aCSacamorBOi atSlCamorHili a e eDMA
DMA Roosevelt R expects the following followingvisitors teJlowhtgYWter lowing lowingvistors
visitors next week weekGovernor weekeraor weekGovernor
Governor eraor Ruches R of New York Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Bevertdge of Indiana William WilliamBarnes WilliamBarBe8 WilliamBarnes
Barnes Jr and Speaker Wadsworth WadsworthAfter WadsworthAfter WadsworthAfter
After writing a few Ie editorials the f fnr fnrPrlJtdftt frns r rmr
ns mr President returned r WII to Sagamore SagamoreXliU JIIOft JIIOftIfill
BERLIN Jtaly S 6The Th TIN project pre ct of ofI ofall ofan
aa Amerlesn and 6 G German muut expositionhereto exposition expositionhere expositionbeNt
here hereto ta 1911 has been abandoned CJDt d be because beuIe beeease
cause uIe the Gemuut ermon government erJU8eRt erJU8eRtJ ws wsnot woo wooziot
not disposed i to support It ItHoldings ItMold t tMoldings
Holdings Mold n No i for i Cent a FootFrank Foot FootFraak Footlraak
Frank Ltt Libbey bey Co Sth N Y Ave AveAdv Av AvAdv e edv
Adv dv
Route RotJ for Mule Munsey Y Historic HistoricToiir HistoricTr HistoricTv
Toiir Tv tr Over Long Lo Coarse CoarseIs
Is Completed CompletedSTICKTOIT CompletedSTICKlOIT Cain feted fetedSTICKTOIT
Sturdy Stu tar C r After AI Long L jearjsey je r raey e Is Isv 11ed IsEsoened
Esoened ed Up Ir PiisIifwaa PiisIifwaalilt LI I IAvee
Avee AveeiUl AveiillifsUp
v lilt a dnstfHasaed JII d flag fla Sappinj jaun jaunat jaUh4at jaonat >
at Its rear the EF pafhfind pathOndetfor < > p II
1 I for the Mused Historic Tour hur hurUy huri
i j desn a stretch ntdt fIIl BltdeanE road roatlafter roadr
r Uy after noon today and auld a DId tl tlferoos HJ HJtft0G8
fewer cheers of the Capita s wci wcirnj WfiJ wi i
rnj gal party J broocfat its l9Mmile tour tourbeast tourua touran
ua eBd at Flftseath Ch and H streets tg tgJ
J t beast beastpathfinder beaaIe
T Ie pathfinder with Hs rimy tout toutsencera f four QU t
1 sencera halted Jnst j a a moment t at ti the thet > e etrtaaaaiiant
t named the > trtaaaaiiant tI1D t ent cott y yto y ytile
to t the city There bete were harried hand hanUialnes laan laanJiaisell
ialnes Jiaisell the dick of oftor a camera or r try
1 then tile ddoaJoo reI JL ttoll of Waali Waattin ngtlj oT oTricer
11 ricer tor en eDti enLraniasts vstests piled into the raitin waiting waitingr raitinj
4 j r of each bearing an andmerican American flag fta ftactjJ Pagai1
ctjJ l the whirl lairl through > the city began beganHtfefctoit De5antOit
Htfefctoit cktoit tOit skew 8k was at the wheythe wheel wheelthe hpd hpdtJ
the pat ADcler jar as he has been been1i2e bee be u ud ridu
du d I tag thE 1 17t Imile
jc journey IIrDeY tkeugp b d ddoteII
dozes 1i2e or ° Jlmor more States With him were
t thtee hi er jnb juNlant ot rtpre representatnes entatit ntathes es of ofWith too tooUD t u r
atunity UD pers iDdudiag Psoto Pttoto6
ralshet ral IaurJIkIL IaurJIkILPie LsaarnlckParade
Pie Tlangh Capital CapitalWith Grosds GrosdsWith
With nosh tootoinx q of hon lion anl anlmobile a1
hasty comma tJae th edo e k Ii8e if f aut
ra mobile hles were aligned to resplendent resptdc eat entfa ar array r rray
ray fa at the heed
of Maryland liMy
avenue avenueThe tvensrThe vtn vtnTIle
The psthflndcr V IIH which hicb has been receive ftteieeb4
by eb4 eheeaiR aolitters C2 dufih the 1 entire ntri ntritook
dune troths js aey took its plate Plac a
th u t e r rtatr ar r of the too bog oofauna The pru prueesvton
eesvton ion moved ed notay down 0 Maryla Mar la2 la2asease l lavenne 1aeIRW
avenne ewjept 1fWa t tfiroacfc the Capu Caplt1 1
Toonrts and around arou nd iste in to Finaujli FinaujliEHP I r ra rillllllHdlt
a avenue avenuentaadreaa
illllllHdlt stopped = hit tile sa
fie a bededted an foRowe
Flinty ty EHP at at l a even cweredwno CUIS
dirt and grime ftf many a cet
road healed ap tae C Capstans sot
tbcnoic tlKruruGr tfare N Vow W at atgntoed tbsst son sontote
wno tote n dfxstood the theJ he a
fast the Mille Dstbdac ar
I let iro nperiodn n out a a ared d
red YCIIIta a hat hatsa
YCIIItaaU sa late eQ h hti aU tI I
buIdIr i ff l
stvei lit
fire IlaeaN a ateptoe ateptoeThe Qe
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J The e sr nBaer nBaerThen r 1op Cdq bf j Jt Jtd g
betted n tsane Jtr r i y yph
> ph am amh aisle bm a 4rg
h dquartera d I Hussey final f f r rben
Then f ben all
ears ear tnmad nicety L n
l street and oat that ta <
fare to towelcome aed a aseaua aseauaAtt It
i e is W8iriIqtaa A Att omobifetheomobife CUst CUstautd
aiteII tbe e tra trendits trenditswho
i c autd welcome welcomeVice tbne who 1M bad taIMan taIManI taken part partt
I Vice President t John K ffivyl
Automobile Club was among CD CDcame tiE tiEeaIe
I came oct t to Fift Fifteenth nUi tIa and acidH acidHeaten H r rescort r reJIr8It
escort tb th pathftndinr tJaftDd crew crewcity I ictty
city and ht ar re continued with wll tlto tl tlto tlto >
to the clubhouseThe clubhouse clubhouselast dublMuwThe
The Theforty patbftnder left Baltimore for t te terty e
last fo forty rty mile 1IUe Iao of the Joarfley hot hoti
i Iy after 10 0 clock The car arrived arrivedin In Inat a
RaaMatoa at Ufi throwIng tile 4 b t tlID
lID j in the of the
eyes several uitrj urn i e etttnsts
tlusiasts she went eat do va the Biadp Biadpns
Dnrg ns t is etcb catch the be Slot giim ci gtimge e t tCmr the thpau thewanderers
wanderers wanderersc
c Cmr r Still Zsss SssanfUy SssanfUythe sadII7SI seetlil seetlilategghs
SI and his E MF F came thr thrthe thrh thrht1aetast
the t1aetast last mtt racks jost as as easily easttycmootBty easiJTaaoetd7 1 1zmoethdy
cmootBty as a when the car < ar started etartedlaso IJ IJtJmie t tits
its bMorfaaktas jusey ot tJmie tJmiea then ee wee weeago
ago True the machine was all c cerrd ctIIrt cBred
Bred with dirt yellow bladE and nt ntersha otr otrer t l lBwt
er ersha shs4e e Bwt every dust pasrtteie h hit roJt rI rIIt
it Jt own story to tell of soom bitt bit bite
t ugh road eDlMlllele4 emi urd or IIOIIIe e biviti bivitiatretch Ill irvitstretch it j jttftIdt =
stretch of left roadway ruiaahra when WIle > tiduaser T >
Manser oiif tourists t3 may speed e tl tlbesets t 01 <
hearts content during the Avgest Augrsthroslgh urtt r r
tb the States Skatesjbe StatesThe Statsbe
The be Washington ft3tOft automobile c c Onth OnthcJIcI nti s sp
1 p srnt 5t did Ulelf t Jf tweed I9U4I in its welcome welcomej w Ieame i ii o oj
j the pathfio = itf tag r 1rt nar < rv + Tile receptisus rec reteptH reteptHas pti ptiwas
was a genuine U oae an everybodyout everybody ody 1 1i Ii
i out the glad band when Toirn Tomnri 9 9I
I irk gga and Harry Ward Jumped iot1 ion n nfrom
1 from if he front seat of the KMK r rImoTsd rJII8T8d rmood
ImoTsd mood the aoagl goWke frum then PVP Po Po1ri1IeI eyca eycawisest
wnwi wisest away y just a alittle little of the theG d dt do doand < >
t aN aridGee
G Gee e back again HowTIM Howhe How HowTh
TIM Th weMase aeKN Ck mt name motorists iw hniu1 hniu1t lul lulied I
t ied 8
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T B B Spence J C rteiKterson l eR FIM Frp FIMr < f fKarreyrutt
Karreyrutt Iat evtwtter r < r John Jolt K K He > l and Th ThsI Thma Thn Thnkbv Y
I ma matt Kftrhr kbv hi a afetheson n SIx StxW SIxw S9zW
W r 1 Lna LrzR > ae Edgar D Shaw A J JJohansnn 1I IIsbarason
I Johansnn had nd O W Kenned in ai aiEMr an anE31P
EMr ErPtaatt Thirur ThirurFrank T ixiy ixiyFt
Frank Ft uk P Hall John Thomas Ch h1e h1eiC h tp tpM Ifk
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