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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1910 S
THOUSANDS CHEER CHEERTAFT CHEERTAFT
MIN TAFT TAFT IN Hi ST 01 sT PAIII PAUL PAULPresident PAULPresident InUL InULPresident
President Talks Conserva Conservation ConservatiQfl Conservation ¬
tion tion Urging Practical PracticalJ Practical1f PracticalWork
1f J < Workt7eathtued Work WorkfOonUnned ork orktbMna
fOonUnned tbMna from Punt Pagan Pgasome Pag8r Paganresore >
r resore or tIIte ceatrY bent x1so pe peSOllie Savesome
some advice advicewhich as to the duty of tile se seoral sv sveraf
oral Stater iR dealing wttIi the proWea proWea1Pihch probemWhich
which come wttMa their tetr tetrThe jurisdiction jurisdictionThe ueisdieUos ueisdieUosThe
The President Th was among a host bastwell M t ot otm ofmen
m men l who are hIa enemies Ia priaCilph pr dple a awell awell
well as among memwno who are te t aeconi aeconiwith aecordnk sea rd rdith
with nk his Administration in h UK matter matterconservation us uconservadoo U UconMn7att
conservation conservadooIle conservationwhich lt ltB
B Ile discueeed II eed Ws 8U subject ject I lo great 4Ic 4Ictail detail
tail ad mithght u the only portion of his IIiIIwhk speech speechwhkh
which whk nfignt t be e construed as a a eilrtctun eilrtctunof er n nof
of the t e PtochotGcuaeU PtacbotG < < dIeId faction JH the theconvention theconvellUoa theconvention
convention was Ms k dedaratkm that t at the tbetime t thetime e etilD
time tilD had a4 come for a halt in general generalions p Seaeralrhapedles eral eralrhpMMIles
rhpMMIles over COIMHInatIoIt and that tBattho thatthose
tho those e wno WD urge toaervadoa siYoptd pro JHOOM propose
pose OM specific aethois aJMI Jesa1 previs previsioos MMis
ions 10 and andadverse r regulations to reMEMiy actual actualadverse actualadverse
adverse eamlltlujiu ondittossPraises eamlltlujiuPraises u lIt e ePrai8es
Praises Rewevelt ReweveltEarly Re ReeevetEarly eveU eveUEarly
Early In his speech speed the r PrmMant AUt toooccaabs took tookoccasion too tooO
occasion O < auI6oR to praise Theodore Rooeev Rooeevfor KOOMtfor Roecrfor
for tile part he took daring dartD tile las lasteiing tartwo as astwo
two years 7 tIC his J8 Add AAll I I latoA to t ttel fo foteriag
teiing tel l the cause cau e of causey oesservatiat vntlsn He as asserted 805ert asserted ¬
serted ert tint fee had Inherited tins Rooovelt1an Roosv Roosvveitian Rooseltlall
veitian policy awl rejoiced In his d bvrit hrritage bvrita bvritCooservmUwt IwritueoaervaUM
a age
ageCos
CooservmUwt Cos efvaUou doctored the Presi President President President ¬
dent te not a 4mstisca an action of politics or of offactions o otactlolls offacdone
factions or of persons JM OI A satWaetorconcl1l8loa satisfactoryconclusion satisfactory satisfactoryconclusion
conclusion can only y be reached re cIIed prompt promptly promptlyIf ly lyif y yIt
if we would avoid acrimony nnpui nnpuitions ImPULA ImPULAtion Imputtiuns
tions tion of bad faith and political eontr emirversy eontrenl eontrsersy
versy versyIn sersyIn enl enlIn
In dtecawtaK tII ulr > the limitations 11M1tat of the theFederal thtF theFederal
Federal F eraJ Government t and lid the cours courswhich coutgwhicb coursWhich <
which should be pursued by the State StatePresident Stat StatPre StatePresident
President Pre MBt Taft asserted as erted that In toes
day da days > a there is a disposition to look to tomuch tomuch tomuch
much to the Federal Government fo foeverything foeerytla for foreverything >
everything eerytla The only safe cowrse CCR e fo foous fous fous
us to topanue opu pursue sue is to hold fast to the limi limitations Jimitathns limithe ¬
tations of the Constitution it1JtIoRaaII and to tq regar regara ll 1
as the i of t States A Avery Ayen A AE
very E Important portaft part art of conservationrust conservation conservationnust tion
nust always fan upon the State Legis LegisIature Legislatures i ilatures I
latures I
Alaska Coal SituatiaThe Situation SituationTbe Sita 4 R RThe
The Prs President ident dwelt upon the coal coalland coalland l lland
land situation at great length paying payingparticular pay paypartkular payingparticular
particular attention to Alaska AlaskaIt A AhIt
hIt It ought oa at to be distinctly understood understoodsaid 1IIICierMoodYid understoodsaid
said the President that no private privateclaim privatet1aiDur privateclainix
claim for Alaska coal lands have as asyet asJet asyet
yet bran br 0 a allowed or perfected perf ed and Dd also alsothat alsothat alsothat
that Tt atever the result of pending pendingclaims pe pesdsgciainas djng djngclainwr
claims the existing ext tinc coal land laws of ofAlaska ofAlaska ofL
L Alaska are most JIIO t unsatisfactory 1ID8tIfactoc and andehouid aIMlshouid
i ehouid be radically amended amendedThe ameDdeThe amendedThe
The President urged that the coal coallands COlLIands coallands
lands owned by the Government should shouldbe shouldbe sboutdbe
be be leased I instead iftst of sold outright outrightIf
If the Government leases tile coal coallands coallands coallands
lands as any landlord would be beard said saidacd saidatd
acd Imposes conditions in Its leases leasesllke leasocthe Ieaae81tke
1tke these which are now imposed by bythe
the owners In fee of coal mine tat the1arioua the tbevarious therlou
various rlou coal eo J regions in the t e East then It Itwould Itwould Itcould
would retain over the disposition dbpo lUoa of the tbecoal 1b 1bI thecoal
coal I deposits depo tts a choice as to the theot assignee assigneeof
of tbe lease a power of resuming resumtn pos poosessiou possession MJIIi MJIIi3e88Ion ¬
session at the end of the term of f the thelease thetL1 e elease
tL1 lease ease which night t easily be framed ti titive tit tarenable
enable It to exercise a limited but d dthe eitee eiteetive < <
tive control in the i io mad sale MJeo saleof
o of the coal to the pa JMITIte public publicThe paThe
The CaBBBgfeam C1IB Caaaln B < < haai < Claims CJaimsR CIa4 ClaimsReferring > as asReferrios
Referring R to the Cunningham Cuuin bare daime clatmePresident daimePresident c1a11R8Pre8ldeat
President Taft said saidTbere saiduTbere saidThere
There are thirtythree claims for toraues M Macres lss lssat
at acres res each known as tbe Cunningham Cunninghamclaims CulUl Cuadmgbamclaims lltbaJll lltbaJlllailDll
claims < which wl eh are claimed to be v valid validon V cIIiII cIIiIIon < U d don
on the around that they were mad made by byan bJan byan
an attorney at bona for thirtythree different differentand dJ differentand < < erettt eretttAn4
and bona Ode claimants who as alleged allegedpaid allegedpaid eII eIIpaid
paid their money and tooktbe took tbe proper propersttps INOIHIs propersteps
steps s tps to locate their entries and protect protectthem protectth protectthem
them th m The representatives re ntttves of the Gov Government Govemment Government ¬
ernment in the bearings before tbe Land Landoffice LaLa LaLaHfice Loadt
office t have attacked the validity of ofthese elthe ofthese
these the e Cunningham CuDt claims on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that prior to their location there was anun4erstaoding an anunderstanding aaunJelStaJld
understanding unJelStaJld between the claimants to topool tepuol topool
pool their claims after they had been beenperfected beeRp beenperfected
perfected p rtected and unite them In one com company eoBipany company ¬
pany The trend of decision seems to toshow tohow toshow
show how that such an agreement would in invalidate mUdat in invalidate ¬
validate Udat the claims although under tbe tbesubsequent tbeHbeequent thetubeequent
subsequent law of May 38 B HM tile conSOtidation con consolidation COIISt ¬
solidation St > lidation of such claims was permitted permittedafter permittedafter enDittedafter
after location and entry te tracts of ofirv ofaa ofiti4
irv iti4 > acres acresIt aa aaIt acresIt
It would be of course improper forme for forme f fme
me to intonate what the result of the theIssue theue thelsue
Issue ue as to the Cunningham and ad other otherAlaska otherAlaska otherAlaska
Alaska claims is likely to be but it itought itc itcught
ought c ught to Be e distinctly understood under tood thatno that thatno thatno
no private claims for Alaska AJa ka coal lands landsana JaDdshave landshave
have as y yet beer allowed or perfected perfeetecland perfectedand
ana and also that whatever the result re u1t as a aJ te telending o opending
lending J ndiD claims e the existing ext tlnl coallandlairs coalland coallandlaws coaJ1aDdla
laws la S of Alaska AIa ka are most unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryand
and should be radically amended To Tpfregin Toh Tolegin
fregin h > gtn with the purchase price of the thetnough tb tbInnd theland
land is a Slat nile of s 11 per acre although al altllOugh
though as we have a seen the estimate e dmate ot otthe o ofte ofthe
the agent of the Geological GeoIoI cat Survey Surveywould SurveyouJd Surveycould
would ouJd carry up the maximum of value valueto valveto valueto
to ibis M an II acre a
Ceal Lands Should Open OpenIn openIn I
In my judgment it is essential e eatJal in inthe inth inthe
th the proper development of Alaska that thatand thatthtH thatthcse
thtH coal IaD lands should be opeDO opened l and andthat aadthat andb
b that the Pacific slope should be given giventhe pventhe giventhe
the benefit of the comparatively cheap cheapcoal cheapcoal cheapcoal
coal of fine quality which can be fur furnished furnished ur urn ¬
nished n hed at a reasonable price from these thesefields thesefields
fields but the public PO lie through th the Gov Government Govtrnment Government ¬ I
ernment ought certainly to retain a wise wisecontrol wi wicontrol wisecontrol
control and interest mtere t in these tbe e cos coal de deposits j jif I Ijcsit8
posits and I think It may do SO safely I Iif Iif
if Congress will authorize the granting grantingcf grantingof i <
cf > 1 leases Jea eB as already suggested 8 ed for forGovelDlDeut forGovernment I IGovernment
Government coal tends in the United lJDltedStates Unitedstates j
States with provisions pnn Rons forbidding thej thejtransfer the thetcansfer thetransfer
transfer of the leases except with the theconsent thecones > iconsent
cones consent of tbe Government GoverJUDeDt thus pre preventing peeentiag ¬
venting Hn 1l their acquisition by a combina eootbinatlon combination eom1l4natlon ¬
tlon or monopoly and upon limitations limitationslease IbDttatlo limitatloras I
as to the area to 1 be e included in aa any one OIWJease onelease
lease to one individual and at t a certain certainmoderate certainynodete i imoderate
moderate rental with royalties ro1aI1 upon uponthe uponthe i ithe
the coal mined proportioned to the mar marfeet markft marp
p feet et value of the coal either at Seattle Seattleor ior I Ir
or r at San Francisco Jlraacl eo Of course such muckleases suchteases sudika
teases ka should contain conditions ooadltio renuttingI re requiring rel1uirmc ¬
quiring the erection of proper plants plantsthe plaDtstile plantsthe
the proper rcJPft development by modern min minIrs millIt iotait
Irs It methods sf the theMOPert theMOPertnd properties lease leasend lensed lensedand
and nd the use u e of eve evftj I known and practf practfCAI pracUral pps ppstai
tai means and lid device for saving the life lifeof Iit Iitof e eof
of the miners minersThe mbt mbtTile minersThe
The Government of i the L Untied U lted ed States Stateshas Stat Statha stateshas
has ha much ueb to answer for In a not having havinggiven ha havinge viRg viRgIven
e given Iven proper attention tIft to the govern govern government IOvernm ¬ i
tent m ent nt of Alaska A1 ka and the development dee developmenther of ofTier
Tier resoruces re oru for the benefit benefit of all the tbepeople theJVOpie hppopte I
people of the country countryI I would not notforce Dolforce notforce
force development at the expense expe of a apiesent ap aapresent
present p t or future waste wa te of resources rescurcesbut I Ibut I Im If It In
but tits problem m as to t the disposition o othe j jthe I IIe
the coal lands for f present n and future futurejfse futuresire u
sire jfse can be wisely helv and safely settled < < led in int j jt l lt
t e session km if Congress COII gives it careful carefulattention eaefuIatt carefulattention
attention att Dtton DttonT
j
T I
75000 Bankrupt au ru Sale SaleNow a e ehow I INow f
Now In Full Swing SwingPHENOMENAL SwingMINAL I IPfiffiOrrfNAL
PHENOMENAL P Pin Ii 0 MINAL BARGAINS BARGAINSIn I Iin
In Mens and Womens VomensWear Wear WearTBEfAHOUS WearMOI1S I It If
t
f TBEfAHOUS Tflf fAMOUS MOI1S 4237th 423 7th St NW N W
I CONSERVATION ONSERV A TIONCONGRESS CONGRESS OFFICERS AND GUEST I
udJ u J JScene
Scene of Sessions of Conservation Congress Con Congress CO1gress ¬
gressROOSEVELT gress gressColonel gressROOSEVEL
ROOSEVELT GREETED GREETED GREETEDf GREETEDI 1 1I 1BY I
BY FARGOCROWOSi FARGOCROWOSiColonel FARGO CRODS CRODSColonel I
Colonel Due In St Paul To Tomorrow Tonorrow Tomorrow
morrow morrow Plans Conserva Conservation Conservation Corservat Corservation
t
tion FightCendneed Fight FightC Fightcotte
C cotte nttn iod from First FkstPaga FkstPagaTtI8II FkstPangratios Pa a aexpected
ratios wklda are the acme e as Moose JtOORtIIts Moosewelts
welts tIIts TbI1t R4 Roosevelt O evek will slick ite t in azNT azNTtry an < 1 1U7
U7 1IR bqn Ieht out Pachot and Garfield is isThe isetpeeted
expected The fattwre 0 of Phtehat and andGarHeld andGadteld andGarfield
Garfield to have their ideas of Of censer conserdon censervaiSon 1 1vatfon
vatfon don prevail would iw jwjuesOonably i oe oeCOIUt becoestrud > e econstrued
construed COIUt as < a slap at Roosevelt RO > tIeVeit as well wflls wfl1ss wellis
ss s at them and at national tIoDal control trol of ofresovrces ofresvrces C Cre8Orca
resovrces as against State tate control controlT c controlTo ntrol ntrolTe
T Te Fight Fi t If Necessary NecessaryThe Nece NecessaryThe ury uryTile
The attitude at bJde of Colonel Roosevelt with withreswect witht withrsoe
rsoe reswect t to the conservation congress is isif wthat 8 8that
that of a man who Is urepared to fight fightK ftdItIf
if necessary He is not R4 t xofcvr to St Paul Paullookinc PaulIookIR Paullooking
looking for trocble but be has heard heardthat Jteanlthat beardthat
that a desperate fight t will be made for forthe fOrthe forthe
the adoption ofresclutbaa of orresclu resolutions OB hostile ho t1Ie to fate 3tisprogram hl hlof fateprogram
program of conservation He has heard beardthat heardthat heanlthat
that Louis J Hill fa at the bottom of ofthe o otbe ofthe
the trouble trovDl and that other oU er srominent srominentopoocents uroetinentopooi omtDeJlt omtDeJltO
opoocents O opooi OIeIIts entg of his conservation tX Ideas and andthose aaIthoee andthose
those of Pinchot and Garfield are work workinir workanr AOrhinr 1
inir hard to control the convention conventionHe CORye conventionHe don donHe
He will size the th situation stt mtlon nn when be hefftt bet berots
rots t to e St Paul and h necessary nece88ar y he hewfll hewDl hewilt I
wilt jump into the strusxle head he d over overheels overheeb overheels I
heels It will not be surprtefavr CUrprl iDc h If a sen sensational sensationAl seasatbnal ¬
sational situation uatMn develops developsIt dereIopIt
It is possible le that be win be led in his hisspeech hIBh hisspeech
speech h at St Paul not only to be more morevigorous moret morerigoretm
vigorous than t aA he expected et te bat that be bewfll bewf11 hewill
will iota in tbe work of roundincr rou UD del delegates deleft delegate ¬
egates eft in th the tet interest > rest of national control controlof controlof trot trotof
of BAtwral resources reeou after the manner ntaanerwhich MDtterwidch mannerwkek
which he advocated at atRealizes Denver ZHsiverRealizes DenverRealizes
Realizes the Crisis CrisisColonel CrisisColonel
Colonel Roosevelt has been 1 MII in the theclosest tbeclo tits titscloeeet
closest clo e t touch with Pinchot and Garfield Garaeldwith Garfieldwith
with respect to the situation in the con conservation eoaervaUon consetration ¬
servation congress con e58 He te known to ap appreciate oppredate ¬
predate the importance of the action actiontaken actiontaken actiontaken
taken there ere and fully to realize what a
Who Addressed the Conservation 1 Congress ongress Today
blow IoW It would be at t Pincbotisrn ho and at athimself athimself I
himself if the opposition were w re to get getcontrol getcontrol t tcoatOI
control of the conservation eo eentlon congress congressla coqreaIJl congressIn
la view of tbe fact that trouble troe le may maybreak I I1trk
break out at St Paul tomorrow with withRoosevelt I
Roosevelt in Ute thick of it and Del with withthe withthe
the whole policy of conservation CODSeI the thebong the1HJIIe thebole
bong of contention co te tlon many are WOIICIer1ncwbet wonderingwhether wondering wonderingwhether 1
whether wbet er the PincbotBaUfnger er con eontroversy controversy > > It Itt ¬
t troversy will not be dragged in and andwhether andwhether
whether Roosevelt will not ADd it hard hardto 1IIdto hardto I
to escape being forced into that thatTafts thatTa thatTafts
Tafts Ta ts Friends Alert Alerttiblle I
While on the surface here everything everythingis < <
is for Roo Rooeevdt evtllt the friends of Presl Presldent President
I
dent Taft are not asleep leeD They talk taJIpretty ialltpretty
pretty frankly about things They admit admitthat admitthat admitthat
that the riends rle da of Roosevelt evelt are al alreatfv aiI already
readY mov DE hag up in the direction of getting gettl
Roosevelt delegations to the 1912 con convention CODTeIItlon eonventbn ¬ I
vention but betthey they say s y that if they have haveanything Jaayeytbtag haveanything
anything ytbtag to do with it and they think thinkthey thtakthey thinkthey
they will w l North orth Dakota will be one e of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the States not swept off its feet that thatTaft thatT thatTat
Taft T te making a good President and andas andas lid lida
as a things now stand they will send a aTAft aTdt aTaft
TAft delegation to the next national nationalccnventton DatkmaJttDvendon nationalecuvendon
ccnventton ecuvendonPresident ccnventtonPresident ttDvendonPre
President Pre We t Tafts friends here declare declarethat d declarethat < < 1are 1aretbat
that the sentiment in his ba favor f ot is grow growing growing growing ¬
ing and nd they adduce in evidence of thia thLihe thiaon thl2the
the attitude of the Nort ort Dakota p pre ts I In
on n the tariff question It is said Id that thatafter thatI I Iafter
after the th tariff measure was wn passed passedfully passedfully
I fully onetWrd onec of the Republican e ubllcn papers J
i Where WhereYour Your Dollars DollarsCount Count Most i
= B Bi htrRi = iRNDS iRNDSI iRNDSStreet S = I
722724 7th Street StreetThat N W WSpecial i
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Special Tuesday PriceCuts PriceCutsThat I
That Permit Extraordinary Savings SavingsNo
No need to point p nt out the economies these tbe e items make possible possiblethe possiblethe possible possiblethe
the the prices below tell the tb story more forcibly than words To Tomiss Tomiss Tomiss
miss these tbe saving savings t tyearso is to miss the THREE BEST BARGAINS this thisyear thisyearso
year yearso so dont kt a single one slip by by25c by25cRibhedDrawersandVests15c
25c 25 25cRibhedDrawersandVests15c Ribbed Drawers r and J Vests VestsWomens I5e
Womens om kntr length IeD Ribbed Drawers w with French Frenchbands Frenchbands 11 11nd
bands nd and umore la ruffles edged with lace ace Also Alsolisle Garment Garmentast
I f lisle h l Ribbed Vests taped neck n k half sleeves sleeesf sleevese
f e 9LI house Dress sir r s st 49c
t ast color best quality Percale p Dress Skirts wjde wde wdefull i ifull
full cut garments with w wide band yoke and deep deephems deephems Garment Garment12ic Garm Garin2C t
I hems utrk Dark checks ks ksw and stripes stri es j i i8
12ic 2C Pillow Cases CasesLargp 7 7Large
Large size splendid quality Muslin Pillow Cases Casesfinished 8 S Sfinished c I
finished with 3lnch hem
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in h th the State were ere hammering at the theAdministration theAdmtn theAdministration
Administration Admtn trat1on and voicing their thefrpoUatment disap disappointment disappointment ¬
pointment with the tariff law lawBut JawBut lawBut
But it now appears that the attacks attacksof attacksof
of this sort have largely ceased Most Mostof Mostof Io t tof
of the Republican papers have b e quit criti criticising cr1tid5mc czfticistng ¬
cising the tariff measure e or the Adminis Administration AdIll Administration 8 8traUon ¬
tration Friends of the President say y
that th 0 the insistence lD I tee of Kr Taft on a athorough ath athuou
thuou th thorough rough inquiry by the tariff board and andoverhaattBg aadoverbau1lag andoverhauling
overhauling of schedules one by one in intbe 1fttlte Inthe
the light o of that Inquiry is having barinegood a agood agood
good effect effectSenator eftectSeDator effectSenator
Senator Porter J T McCumber is one of ofUse orthe ofthe
the foremost t North DaJcatans Dakt > tans in paying payingattention payingaUentlGn payingattention
attention to Roosevelt today But the theSenator theDator theSenator
Senator Dator te not a a HeRobosev Roosevelt Roo eveit It man and not nota nota notprogreaety
a progressive Po 0 MoAwe He H te identified tilled with the theregulars thereculars theregulars
regulars In the Senate and in national nationalpolitics nationalpolitics
politics Between him and ad Roosevelt Hooeeveltent Roo Rooseveltthere evelt
there Js JIG love igst I 8t ADd he wilt ill be a aOCent apotent
potent OCent ent influence in seeing > > that the North Northkota NorthDakota
Dako Dakota kota delegation is not for Roosevelt Rooseveltin
in 191 191It 19l 19lIt
iDI
It is impossible to conceal eo the fact factthat factthat
that quite apart from anything Roose RooseveR Roosevelt
velt may desire 4e tre and JHi quite apart from fromtbe fromthe rom romthe
the question que don whether phether he is a candidate candidatethe candidatethe
the Roosevelt RO Vfti and antiRoosevelt lines linesare Itnesare linesare
are already airea forming through the West Westfor Westfor Pest PestftT
for ll1S ll1SNorth Ifl IflNorth ltlNortla
North Dakota Minnesota MIa and ad the theStates theState theStates
States directly West of here are in the tbesphere thephne thesphere
sphere of the theJ8111e5 James J Hill Influence InfluenceThat InftDtDCeThat InfluenceThat
That influence is hostile he tiJe to Roosevelt R06 eveit
j
UP progresses I It is TiJt TiJtijfT n nee neeiT neCHy
ijfT Hy p pi ii st Stl < l with Pretdrnt Taft but butiis butks butks
> < ks on him a as safer er and saner than thanI tjl1DLI LichtL
I LI L os < sevelt oseveltne > seveltne tlt tltOnfl
Onfl < > ne of the interesting iJltne ting features of the theTargo thei theargo
Targo i argo visit bitt is that Gov John Burke Burkef BurkeIf
If f Xorth Dakota is bees helping to wet weiRoosevelt wele wete
e Roo Roosevelt n Burke Is a reform reformI f fbin
1 tocrat a and d his dIJ followers to owen aft boom 1MMJmblat
4 bin for President PresidentThe Prerdentate PreIdeDthe
The he aOemaov nature of tile Boose Boosev Boo Boot eo eowH
v wH Ht t expedition te indicated by b the fact facthe facthat facthat
hat In the last week vp to todaY he hejnade bemade henade
made nine J De formal addresses ado adotwo and twenty tweDtytIO twentytwo
two informal with flftyeeven tramend trothendpeeches tramendspeeches
speeches in seven States1t States StatesIt
It looks as as if the people out this thisay thisWQtIId thisu
u ay would lfk like to vote e for von ta MB MBobserved JIIUJ 112observed
observed J one of tbe colonels party party rty to today toea tocayIs ¬
day ea
dayIs
Is I that so replied the colonel colonelWeU co1on colonelwon l lWeD
WeD I have haTeManl beard them say tt In some eomether somer1her j jother
other ther places It te j kind kID of them to tospeak topeak tospeak
speak that way wa I am sore soreTbe sureThe ure ureThe
The former or President r dent was asked eel if ho howculd ii 1 to toWG eWG
WG wculd lid net permit himself to be 1 e quot quoted quotedpublican Q1Iotdoil 3 3as
as oil to wbetber 1te would accept the Re ReIeaa HePublican
publican Ieaa nomination if it was offered offeredhim otrere offeredhim < l
him
1 t see no reuse war why I sbonM sh ake indulge indulgein lDcIu lDcIuin
in any talk of that bi kind d WM Ute firmreptj firm firmreprj
reprj r I am net r oat here to t talk that thaibrand thatb thatbrand
b brand of politics I am on a Afferent Afferentkind etrerentI differentkind
I kind of 0 trip trtetKILLED U1tI tripKILLED
KILLED SLEEPING ON RAIL RAILFAiaCfRA RAILPArJlA RMLPAL
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FAiaCfRA PAL ZRA Ta T Sept iWilliam LWiIliarnHemperly B iWilliamHeJDW William WilliamHemperly
Hemperly HeJDW e Y a molder employed fID Yed by tbe theHershey tbeHersbey tbeHersbe
Hershey Hersbe Choeolate ChO oIate Company was killed killedby I killedby l lIty
by a freight tram tram on the Reading rail railway ratl1Ioay railway ¬
way here Hemperly fell asicep o OR o the tbetrack thetrack thetrack
asleep
track on his way from town to bte II ii home borneon homeon homeon
on Gravel HtL He was 18 fortyfive years yearsold yearsold ear earold
old and leaves Jell yes a widow and three threechildren thN threechildren e echildren
children childrenAT
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that records were likely Ukel to fall H at to todays totiara ¬
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ton aviation meet meetOraeroeWhlte meet0ra4Dte meetGraeaeWhke
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NEWCASTLEONT XEWCASTLEONTTXE EWCASTLEO Tn NE England EnglandSept EnglandSept EnglandSept
Sept iNeSOUations 3 Negotiations between offi ofridals officiate offldals ¬
dals of the shipbuilding ShfpbuUdl g employers employersfederation employersetleratlen employersfederation
federation and IHI of t the boilermakers botlerraakersunion boilermakersualoa boilermakersunion
union for a settlement of the trouble troublethat troublethat troublethat
that has 8 resulted la locking out 61999 61999ten 54551men 1e 1eme
me men ten were commenced today todayIt toclayIt todayis
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leraonstratioit in honor of Ute Sctuyl Sctuylkiii Scluylk
kiii k i I1 Fire Company COJ IIT returning Iron tbe tbeVest tbeJoIul thettVegt
Vest John Groww Grow thirtyseven thtrtyse eR years yearsfell ye n ntell
14 < fell over ver in the street and died in ini
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KANSAS CITT Mo Sept 5 bOne One
hundred and ad afty excursionists and andthe aDdtlie andthe
the owners of the Missouri river riversteamer riverstealller riversteamer
steamer Saturn were arrested arre ted after aftertbe att afterthe r rtIM
tIM boat et docked here by detectives detectivesTbe detectivesTbe detectivesThe
Tbe latter were disguised 1 1 ed as soldiers soldiersThey so1diersThey soldiersThey
They say open EamMiag Dltng was carried carriedthrougbent carriedts i in
ts n throughout the trip tripUNIVERSITY tripUNIVERSITY tripUNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY MEETING SET SETThe SETThe SETThe
The university congress of the t e George GeorgeWashington GeorgWJUlbIn GeorgeWashington
WJUlbIn Washington < < tOD TJniversity will w I bold ho1 Its Itsnext ItsDext itsnext
next meettngin meeting In hall A of the medical medicalschool me medicalschool ic1 ic1ehooI
school at Fourteenth and H streets streetsnorthwest streetsJIOrthweat streetsnorthwest
northwest Tuesday evening at SOS SOSoclock SJiocJock Suboclock
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GOWN COST 50900 50900FOR 50900FORWEPORT
FOR FORWEPORT NEWPORT BRIDE BRIDEMiss
Miss Sherman to Have H ve Most MostExpensive MostExpensive MostExpensive
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man will next Thursday afsraon aftfT art rr son n l lcome be become tECOllIe
come the wife of Lawrence La e L fifflespi fifflespiThe fiWesNTbe tiWespiThe
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one of o the test big affaire of tile socai socaiseason tora toraseason oc ocseSO
season seSO l at Newport The bride is isdkUgDter isdaughter 2 2dHOghter
daughter of Mr ai and 4 d Mrs Wnaam W WafsS WafsSSberaam BattsSherman WatUJSbenBaa
Sherman and the ceremony cer will ta taplaee taplee tau taupines
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Sherman S ermaa vfllaMiss vttla vttlaMiss YII1aKiss
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tbe late John Carter Brown wn of Provl Provldeace Pro1deace3nd ProVldeuce
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John Nicholas Brown five years ni niasd 0 0aJHI c cand
and one of the richest r1ctM t children in t tcounbnr tcountry y ycovDtry
country with his inheritance ba of > 250 Z On Ons < ro roX4
300 s The Misses JIU 8M Sherman are exPfo exPfowtllplio ex exwhi xp xpwhips
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in all all sports indnlked bMIu indued in by the your yourNewport YOl4fewport yourNewport
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which Mr GtBespie Gt e8pie and a d Miss Shernr Shernrwon SbermWDII S term termwoo
won two seasons ago that their frlenship friend friendship 1rler 1rlerslatp ¬
ship began beganMr beganMr epJL epJLMr
Mr Guiespie to 1 president pre teat of the Eq Eq1i Eq1iaHe Fqable < i iable
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celved here from Nicaragua are to toeffect toeffect toeffect
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