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4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY fXDA Y SEPTEMBER 5 1910 1910JT
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LA FOLLETTE FIGHT FIGHTWeight FIGHTWISCONSIN F1GHTSCO
r WISCONSIN INSJN INSJNWeight SCO ISSUL ISSULI ISSULVeight I
Weight of Insurgency In InState InState I IState
State Will Be Determined DeterminedTomorrow DeterminedTomorrow I ITomorrov
TomorrowBIG Tomorrow TomorrowBIG TomorrovBIG
I
BIG VOTE EXPECTED EXPECTEDAT
AT JTHE THE PRIMARIESVigorous PRIMARIES PRIMARIESVigorous PRHlARIESVigorous
Vigorous Efforts Are Made By ByInsurgent ByInsur ByInsureit
Insurgent Insur nt Leaders to Tin Winfor Tinfor Vinfor
for Senator SenatortLWAUJaB Senator3ULWA1r1
3ULWA1r1 3 ILWAUKJCK Tvls Sept fc i Withinsurgency With Withinsurgency withIns
Ins insurgency eDCY the chief chiefthe isavsa Ja 1 the State Statewide Statewide
wide primaries tomorrow It is expected expectedthe expectedthe
the heaviest ho viet vote in the history Jd tory of Wis Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin ¬
consin will be polled polledThe polledTha polledThe
The indorsement JD ontemelt of a Republican Repa llcan can candldte candidate j jdidate
didate for United States Senator to sueteed sue i iceed iceed
ceed Senator Robert M La Follette Is Isthe isthe j
the feature of the contest coate < < in which most mostpublic mostpublic j
public interest intere t is manifested manifestedSenator maaife maadfeetedSenator ted I ISe
Senator Se tor La FoUette who is a candlj candljdate candtIdate candi candidate
date for reelection reelec oa is r regarded as the theiather thefather j jfather
father of insurgency and his defeat defeatnrould j iould
xt nrould ould undoubtedly bring brID more jo joy > > y to the thebearts j
hearts of the regulars than would ouId the thepolitical thcpolitical thepolitical
political downfall of any ay other man in inpublic inJlublic Inpublic
public life today On the other ot er band bandthe bDCItbe bandthe
the insurgent 1nsu t leaders throughout the themiddle t thet themiddle t
el
middle West have lent their earnest eante t sup support supPOrt ¬
port to Senator La Follette for theyrealize they theyrealize
realize that it would indeed be a heavy heavybluw heltVYbhrw heavyblow I
blow to the Insurgent eat movement at this thistime tJ tntetime s stime
time to have it repudiated in the State Statewhere Statewhere Statewhere
where it earliest gamed aIDed serious head headway beaday headway ¬
way wayrnbtased wayrnbiaeed ay ayrnblased
rnbtased opmfcm generally inclines to tothe tothe tothe
the belief that Senator La Follette will willl wiDbe wiltbe
l be > e victorocs Tlct cictor ru1S tx in the primaries pimsx1 KimarJe but It Itis itis ftis
is the outcome in the Lr Legislature islature that isfeared isfeared is isfeared
feared by the La FoUette supporters 8UPIMK1 The Theprimary TIteprimary Theprimary
primary vote under the Wisconsin lawis law lawis Jawis
is simply advisory and It is concedes oomoeiedafter concedesafter
after the experience ex of 0 Senator IsaacStephenson Isaac IsaacStephenson IMacStephenson
Stephenson that the Legislature hi not notinclined Betinclined motint11ned
inclined to regard it is obligatoryHis obligatory obligatoryHis obItsat07His
His Adversary AdversaryLa A 1erary 1eraryLa
La Toilettes Republican opponent for forthe fOrthe forthe
the S Senatorship natonJhtp is Samuel A Cook of ofIseenah ofic r
ic Iseenah 1 eenah e s a rich paper manufacturer manufacturerupon manutaotllterupon manufacturerupon
upon whom the regulars r8 > l1ars center ee ter their their1opes
1 1opes opes to defeat the insurgent alt leader leaderMr JetMIerMr leaderMr
Mr Cook has served in Congress aspired as aspired asJJred ¬
pired JJred to the governorship in BM and oa onthree oaee oathree
three ee occasions has ae been a candidate for forUnited rorVnited forVnited
Vnited States Senator Two years ago agoSteplienson agohe agohe
he ran second ia the primary to I Isaac IsaacStephenson aae aaeSt
Stephenson StepliensonThe St StephensonThe > lensolL lensolLThe
The names of two Democrats Charles CharlesH carlesH CharlesH
H Veisse of Sheboygan Falls Fan andBurt and andBart aIMlBurt
Burt WiUianie of Ashland are re 011 n the theprimary theprimary I I1rimary
primary ballot for United States Sena Senator SeIa SeIator Senator ¬
tor The name of Joseph V CoWns CoIII of ofStevens ofStevens ofStevens
Stevens Point appears as the choice choiceof choiceof crolceof
of the Prohibitionists and that of John JohnC JohnC JohnC
C Kleist of Milwaukee Ohruk as that t t of the theSocial theSodal theSocial
Social r Democratic > party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The local option question que oa figures more moreor QOreor 1 1or
or less prominently in the governorship governorshipfisht pverJtOr1ihlpfight governorshipfight
fight There are a three progressive can candidates candidates candidates ¬
didates In the field for the Republican Republicangubernatorial Republicangu Republicangubernatorlai
gubernatorial gu bernatorlal nomination They are areFrancis areFrancis areFrancis
Francis E McGovern eGovena of o Milwaukee MilwaukeeCapt XUwaukeeapt MilwaukeeCapt
Capt < apt William Mitchell Lewis of Ra Racine Racine Racine ¬
cine a wealthy automobile tomobRe manufactur manufacturer ¬
er ere who is running ruDD on a progressive MO < < reaive and andconnty andcounty andcotmty
county option platform and Henry W WBarker WBarker WEarker
Barker Earker of Sparta who stands for to about aboutth aboUtth aboutthe
th the same issues Js ues as does Captain Lewis LewisJohn LewbJohn LewisJohn
John Strange StraD e of Neetaah who was a astanch atanch astanch
stanch La Follette man In the test testsession 1astsession lastaession
session of the Legislature in which wl eh be heserved beservtd beserved
served servtd as lieutenant lieut t governor is seeking seekingthe seefdwgthe
the W < Republican nomination for governor governoras Y < < BOt BOtas
as an independent He upholds county countyoption e eeuatyoption IIIIty IIIItyoption
option and President Tarts Tai s Administra Administration AdmlDlstratloIi Administration ¬
tion The one avowed a owed Stalwart candi candidate cIMIIdate candidate ¬ i
date for the t e governorship is Edward T TFairchlld TFairchUd TTairchlld
Fairchlld of Milwaukee who is expect expected t te ¬
ed e to have the united support apport of the
T Taft Ttf t organization organisationDemocrats organtzatJolLDemocrats organizationDemocrats
Democrats in Harm Harmony HarmonyWhile By ByWhile JaYVhile
While the two factions of the Republi Republican RepabIfcan Republtcan ¬
can party are engaged ed in bitter war warfare wartare warfare ¬
fare the Democrats are working in cosnparative com comparative COIRJ ¬
parative J > 8IaUe harmony and Del have left eft moth nothtlon mothing
ing undone to strengthen their orpaba orpabaon organisation
tlon on Their candidate for governor se selected selected ¬
lected ected at the State convention cooyea on test July Julyis Julyfe Jotyis
is Adolph Schmitx lmdts a lawyer W7er of MAwauitee Milwau Milwaukee KllwauI ¬
kee KC > The Democrats declare they will wttlmake wUlmake willmake
make a a big gain in their membership in inV1e i iJe isne
V1e Je Legislature and they the even entertain entertainj entertainropes
j a opes < of being able to elect a United UnitedStates t7nttedStates UnitedStates
States Senator SenatorIn SenatorIn SenatorIn
In addition to the contests CODte o ts for Senator Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor and governor the Congressional Congressionalsituation Con Congressionalsituation < < re slonal slonalsituation
situation is also Iso attrac attracting attention attentionHere attentionHere attentionUere
Here again the lineup Is hi regulars regularsagainst reguJrsgainst regularsagainst
against insurgents Representatives RepresentativesCooper Repres2lttveCooper RepresentativesCooper
Cooper of the First district cJbt c Nelson iel on of ofthe ofthe
the Second Cary of the Fourth Morse Morseof MQISeyof Morseof I
of the Tenth and Lenroot of 0 the theEleventh theEleventh I
Eleventh are counted as iDsu insurgentsiopp insurgents insurgentsiopp ents entsiopp
iopp of the Third has voted on both bothikies bothsides
sides ides of the lines as they have been beendrawn beendrawl I
drawn raWl in Congress while Stafford of ofthe oCtile ofthe I
the Fifth Davidson DavtcL of the EighthEsch Eighth EighthEsch
Esch of the Seventh and Ad Knstermann Knstermannof KU8tennaau1of
of the Ninth voted steadfastly with with theRepublican the theRepublican t 4I 4IRe
Re Republican UbUcan House organization organizationKopp 0 organizationof 1KaUon 1KaUonKopp
Kopp of the Third district cJi triet has es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped opposition because he ha hd served servedbut servedbut > > erveclbut
but one term and Each E ch also aJ o has nas a clear clearfield eIearfield clearfield
field on the Republican side Outsideof Outside Outsideof I Ior
of these two exceptions all of the present presentdelegation pre presentdelegation ent entdelegatiOlL
delegation have opposition both within withinand withinand withinand
and without their party Charles H HIVelsse HWeLsse
IVelsse 1 eisle of the Sixth district the theooly theoolyDemocratic 9IIIy 9IIIyDemocratic oolyDemocratic
Democratic Representative from fromcon Wis Wiscon Wiscon
con declined to stand for reelection ow owing owing owing ¬
ing to the fact that be is the nominee nomineeOf DOII nomineeof Itee Iteeor
Of his party for governor Two Reablican Repub Republican Repulttfcan ¬
lican and two Democratic aspirant l arecontesting are arecontesting arecontfstlnr
contesting for his seat seatPROBING BeatPROBING seatPROBING
PROBING FOR CAUSEOF CAUSE CAUSEOF CAUSEOF
OF TROLLEY CRASH CRASHTwentysix CRASHTwentysix CRASHTwentysix
Twentysix Injured on Lke Lake LakeShore LakeShore 1 1Shore
Shore Electric Rail RailSANDUSKY Railway Railway
way waySA wayS
SANDUSKY SA S DUSKY Ohio Sept 5 OfftcfcO OfftcfcOof 4f fJkIa1s fJkIa1sof r rof
of the Lake Shore electric railway are arenot arEtnot arenot
not satisfied satis e4 that Motorman J N Beebe Beebeof Beebeof Beebeof
of Norwalk who who W O assumed all respon responsibility respoosibi1ity respossibiUty ¬
sibility for the trolley crash cra4 in which whichtwentysis wbIchtwentyslx whichtwentysix
twentysis persons were injured JajaredwhoII was waswholly as aswholly
wholly whoII to blameIn blame blameIn wameIn
In consequence co they today began an aninvestigation anin anin
investigation in estigtIon Into to the affair affairThe affairThe urairThe
The seriously injured were ere Frank FrankHawkins lifDk1iav1dns FrankBawklns
Hawkins Norwalk Mrs ln O B Mahon Mahonthicago aChicago MabonChIcago
ChIcago Junction J K Martin and andC K KC gC
C Jackson Fremont Louis Krouse KrouseHavana KrouseHavana KrouseHavana
Havana Ohio Lavma Miller ToledoGeorge Toledo ToledoGeorge ToledoGeorge
George H Kermteh and Leonard LeonardKnablc LeoDnlKnable Leonardfinable
finable Cleveland and August JacobsBeach Jacobs JacobsBeach Jae0b8Beach
Beach lark FarkOtherz larkOthen
Others leas le Is seriously injured InjuredI were ere F FI
I 11 B Brooks Br > oks Sandusky Dan MnUnoHand MnUnoHandNorwalk XuUboIbmdXorwaIk had hadorwalk
Norwalk orwalk Frank Nedro Chicago Chic Junc Junction Ju Jutlon Jtmctton ¬
tion Lucius Hunt Fremont James JamesEokert JamesEckert JamesEkert
Eokert Havana Frank Ondrush Rosa RosaHalak RoaHalak aa a aHa18k
Halak Arma MajaK Marjory Go4cosK Go4cosKJoseph GoIcUIIJoseph GolcaaJoseph
Joseph Dralk and John Thomas To ToKenness To1edo To ToLedo
1edo e 1 J Strayer Lorain Mrs H T TKe TXennew
Kenness Ke 1De H lrp Mr H Thomas D D HKornharser H HKornhanaer HKornhar
Kornhanaer Kornhar > r ard John Thomas tie a eland e eland eland
land sad 11II M I H Layiin Mas YaEsIIIDL Mardi Uon usu AH 11 11Were flwere
Were taken to the Nor o raik aik IimlhltnL a IIIIItaL
I KANSAN REPUBI REPUDIATES TES SPEAKER CANNON I
REPRESENTATIVE P H CAMPBELL CAMPBELLDeclares CAMPBE CMFBEiLDeclares L LDeclares
Declares He Will Vote Against Uncle Je as Presiding Officer of the Lower LovrerBraaci LowerBranch LowerBranch
Branch of Congress Con esc
CAMPBELL IN LINE LINEWITH LINEWITHINSURGENCY
M WITHINSURGENCY WITHINSURGENCYRenounc INSURGENCY INSURGENCYRenounces I IRenounc
Renounces Renounc Allegiance Allegiance to toCannon toCannon toCannon
Cannon After Receiving ReceivingSpeakers ReceivingSpeakers ReceivingSpeakers
Speakers AidTOPEKA Aid AidTOPEKA AidTOPE
TOPEKA TOPE Kan Sept is I iRep iReptattYe Represen Representative Beer eaen eaentsttve ¬
tative P H Campbell Cmp ll owe of the twostandpat two twostaadpat twostDdpat
staadpat Congressmen C es meJlraia1 Ienata remaining n In InKansas iaKaItsas InKansas
Kansas after the smoke of r the pri primary primary primary ¬
mary had cleared away Wy has 1aa come Intothe into intothe latothe
the insurgent 1D urgeJlt fold foldHe foldHe foldHe
He has issued Js 0e4 a statement repudi repudiating repad1at1D repudiating ¬
at1D ating Cannfen CaD and ad declares he will wUIS1Ipport willsupport willsupport
support s SGfDe sojjo ne other candidate for forSpeaker forSpeaker forSpeaker
Speaker of the House HbueeCannon H01hoeCannon HouseCanaan
Cannon made his first speech iu inKansas iuKansas b bKansas
Kansas in the recent primary campaign cam campaign CIIIpaiga ¬
paign in Campbells district and rec reeommended recommended recommended ¬
ommended Campbell for reelection reelectionI
I sball work for some other Re Reublican Republican Republican
publican ublican member of the House forSpeaker for forpeaker torSpeaker
Speaker Campbell announced today todayVoters toda todaPRIMARY todayPRIMARY
PRIMARY LAW TEST TESTIN TESTIN
IN NEW NEHAMPSHIRE NEHAMPSHIREVoters HAMPSHIRE HAMPSHIREVoters
Voters Will Settle Guberna Gubernatorial Gubernatorial Gubernatorial ¬
torial Contest Directly At AtPolls AtPolls
Polls Tomorrow TomorrowCONCORD TomorrovCONCORD TomorrowCONCORD
I
CONCORD N H Sept 5 iThe The new newdirect DeWtHreet newdirect
direct primary J law passed by the tIHtLegWature last lastLegislature lastLegislature
Legislature will be tried for the first firsttime AnttiIBe1n firsttime
tiIBe1n time in New Hampshire tomorrow tomorrowUnnscal tomorTowUaUlRiI tomorrowmoral
Unnscal moral interest iDter has been aroused aroa ecl bythe by bythe DYthe
the contest because because New Hampshire Hamp Ha apahke hlre is isthe i ithe isthe
the first Eastern State to extend theprimary the theprimary iheprimary
primary plan to include i clude the nomination nominationofgnbernatorlal JIOIIdDatioftor
gubernatorial or gn candidates candidatesThere candidatesThere
= =
There Cr are two candidates = for the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican nomination nominationPets Petsfor for foreft governor 5ovftJIOrRob 5ovftJIOrRobert Rob Robert ¬
ert P Basao Bass of Peterboro Pets and Cot Ber Bertram Batram ¬ i itram
Cot
tram E Ellis of Keene The former formeris forJD4Cis ormer ormeris
is the choice of the progressives andhas and andhas aDdhas
has been indorsed by many political politicalleaders politicalleaders MIttical MItticalleackr
leaders > including incluc ng former Unit United StatesSenator States StatesSenator saUlSSenator
Senator William E Chandler Winston WIDstIoRlburchUl WinstonChurchill WinstonChurchill
Churchill and others othersColonel ot othersColonel ers ersColonel
Colonel Ellis is regarded as 8 the candi candidate caDddate canddate ¬
date of the old line Republicans with withmachine withmachine withmachine
machine affiliations Mrs Marina 1IIar Ia MRicker M MRicker XRicker
Ricker of Dover sought to go upon theofficial the theofficial theofticlal
official b ballot t as 8 a 8 candidate for focemor gov governor governor ¬
ernor but the attorney general eneral ruled ruledthat ruledthat ruledthat
that she was not eligible eligibleClarence eI eIClarence eligibleClarence
Clarence E Carr of Andover Is the theonly theonly he heonly
only candidate for the Democratic nomi nomination DOminatiOn nomination ¬
nation for governor He was the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic candidate two years ago and suc succeeded suceeedecl
ceeded in reducing the Republican ma majority majerity ¬
to the lowest ngure on record recordBecause recordBec recordBecause
Bec Because u e of the split it in the Republican Republicanranks Republicaranks RepublicanDemocrats
ranks the theaged Democrats feel much encour eDCOUIa
a and some even venture the pre prediction prediction prediction ¬
diction that they will elect the next gov governor govarmor
armor
LITTLE WARSHIPSARRIVE WARSHIPS WARSHIPSARRIVE I
ARRIVE AT BOMBAY BOMBAYNavy BOllBAYNavy BOMBAYNavy
Navy Department Receives Word WordThat WordThat WordThat
That Smallest Gunboats In InService InService InService
Service Reach India IndiaThe IndiaTIle IndiaThe
The WheeUne heeUDt and the Petrel the theangtlteet j jsmallest II
smallest ue t gunboats Dbots in the navy which whichare whichare j jare
are following the course of the battleaidpi battle battlesMfUMieet I Ithat
sMfUMieet aidpi eet that went around the word worldhave i ihave ihave
have arrived arr ed at Bombay according toNavy to toNavy j jNavy
Navy Department advises aGvI es received to today j jThe
da daTIle day daydepartment The he hecruisers department today ordered that the thecruisers thecndsers
cruisers California CaJt Colorado and Penn Pennsylvania Pennqlma Pennsylvaua ¬
sylvania at the conclusion of the Chilean Chil Chilean C i1 i1eaa ¬
ean centennial celebration at Santiago Santiagomoccad San Santiagoproceed o oIIIOCeeIl
proceed IIIOCeeIl to Mare Island navy DV yard Cat CalThe CatThe CatThe
The cruiser end er Wash Washington the fourth ship shipof hip I iof
of 0 the special squadron representing repCe entfng theUsed the thearound theUJked
Used States at the celebration willaround will
around Cape Horn and Join the Atlantic Atlantici Atlanticsleet Atntleeet
i fleet eet at Nbw York YorkDOG YorkDOG YorkDOG I
DOG SAVES SAVESLIVES SAVESLIVESNEW + LIVES LIVESNEW I IEW
NEW EW YORK Sept iThe The barking barkingof barkingof
of a tramp dog awakened Lr Samuel SamuelLyber SamuelLyber SamuelLyber
Lyber in time to rescue re eu his fourteen fourteenyearold I tyearold Iyearold
yearold daughter Julia and his hishousekeeper hishousekeeper
housekeeper when his house in East EastNew EastNew EastNew I
New York was destroyed by b fire this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morningPor morningCASTOR
I
Qr2Ja2l CASTOR AFor A
For Infants and CMiuxen CMiuxeni8 iI > isdren isdrenpl
pl i8 e Kind Yon Have eye Always wa Bougfif BougfifBears ou
Bears Be s the therj d dtureo1 s sSignature 11 11Be
rj Signature tureo1 ttaTe oi A
GATES FOR SENATE SENATEFROM SENATEFROMTENNESSEE
FROM FROMTENNESSEE FROMTENNESSEESuch TENNESSEE TENNESSEESuch
Such the Prophecy In Fra Frazier7s Fraziers Frazrers
zier7s zrers Fight for Re Reelection Reelection Reelection ¬
election
That Attorney General Charles T TGates TCateli TCates
Gates of Tennessee and Dtl not Secretary Secretaryof Secretaryot
of War far r icktttsoa DkJda > oR wilt be the next nextUnited JlextUDited nextUnited
United States Senator from that State Statete Stateis Stateis
is the t e present pre eat indication indicationIt
It has been generally un understood ent9 d that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Secretary would accept the Senator Senatorship SenatorsIatp Senatorship
ship if it were tendered him without wl lO1lt a at afight j jfight
fight t and it has even been asserted assertedthai aSllertec1that assertedthat
that the Presidents P ts activity in the thepolitics thepoIttIc thepolitics
politics of Tennessee TeDItfW ee contemplated the theejection theoC theelection
ejection of Us Cabinet offleer ofA er to the theSenate ueSeDate theSenate
Senate SenateMr SeDateMr SenateMr
Mr Gates < atN Is Bow BOW looked to as thesuccessor the thesuccessor theor
successor of Senator Frazier if the theSenator theSeIIator theSenator
Senator tails to succeed ac eed himself The Theattorney Theattontey Theattorney
attorney general ge enl led t tile e fight ght which 1aIda de defeated c1createcl defeated ¬
feated the Patterson forces in the theAugust theeIectIoR theAugust
August election and a hfe friends Insist Insistthat bd Insistthat t tthat
that he 1 e will be elected Just j 2t as certain certainas eenaIaas certainas
as fe antfPattersoa faction fa tIon controls oontretethe oontr oontrI controlsthe
I the D next next xt leghdatnre leghdatnreIn
In addition to beading the movement movementto
to overthrow Patterson the attorney attorneygeneral aUonte1haa attorneygeneral
general has back of 1dm him Im a a splendid rec record record reeord ¬
ord as a public official of elal Single St handed handedh hBCIeclhe handedhe
h he prosecuted pro eeutM the case ca eot of Tennessee Tennesseeagainst TelUleuefasatust Tennesseegnst >
against gnst The Standard OU Companythrough Company Companythrough Companythrough
> through the e Stn State courts and last win winter wmter winter ¬
ter won an opinion from the United UnitedStates UDheclStates UnitedStates
States Supreme Court ousting ou UDg that cor corporation corporatioa corporation ¬
poration from rom Tennessee TMln This was re rement regarded regaried
garded at the time as a great arbteve arbtevemeat srhlevemat
meat menti meatReports matReports
i Reports from Tennessee TeDD 85ee Indicate that thati thattiro
i the t e antiPatterson Democrats Democrs to win v t Leave Leavea bav bavj ve vea
j a comfortable majority ia the next nextlegislature xt xtRepublican
Je legislature < < IsIature They also indicate that a aRepublicaJJ aRepublican
Republican will be elected governorSenator governor goveraerSenator
Senator Framer will be a candidate for forreeteetion torreeleetloD forreeleedon
reeteetion but it is It not believed that he hecan hoecan becan
can win winFormer WIDFormer winFormer
Former + vGov Go Beaton McMtUia who whoran whoran whoran
ran for r the Senate in the Patterson Pattersonprimaries Pattemoaprimaries Pattersonprimaries
primaries hi s of course out of the race racenow raceI racenow
now TIlls brings the fight down to tocontest a acontest acontest
contest between Cates Frazier and andDickinson andDlckb andDickinson
I Dickinson Dlckb oll with the odds largely lr ely to ipfavor tofavor Infavor
favor of Cates CatesDOG CtesI late lateDOG
I DOG GRAFT HINTED HINTEDMJLLTVTLIE HINTEDXILLVILLE HINTEDMILLYILLE
MJLLTVTLIE N 1 J Sept 5 ihen hen a ab aI abill
bill b l for 5W 4 was read before the council coundlfor councilfor coMIftCIlfor
I for the dog og g catchers fees for torand capturing eajturiagand capturingand
and killing unmuzzled dogs a pretest proteswas JKOtestwas pretestwas
was made that the catcher bad h8 badted impor imported
ted some curs from other townships and andkilled aDdkIUed andkilled
I killed them at the expense of the city
An investigation have tlgatlon Is in progress progre progressALLENTOWN s sALLENTOWN j jALLENTCWN
ALLENTOWN HONORED HONOREDALI HONOREDALLENTOWN i iALT
ALT ALLENTOWN EXTOWX Pa Sept 5 iAllen iAllentowns gAllentowns Allen Allentowns
towns chamber of commerce has been beenI beeninformed
I informed that this city has just bein beinI 1K > n nhonored nhonored
I I honored by having hvin a station on the thei theSierra theSierra
i Sierra Leone ne government railway rallwa West WestI WestAfrica
I Africa 227 I miles long from Kre f etown etowninto townI
I into the inter interlir ir named after it itI itThe
I The name was suggested by a Biiish Biiishsoldier BtitishWho Bt eish eishsoldier
soldier who had once visited Allentown Allentownand Allentownand Allentownand
I and liked this place
TEXT TEXTBOOK rrirr EAI BOOK nnni ISSUED ISSULIOpens ISSUEDI lonnri
I BY THE REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSOpens
Opens In Earnest Campaign Campaignfor
for Capture of Next NextHouse N NextHouse xt xtHouse
House HouseDEVOTED HouseDEVOTED HouseDEVOTED
DEVOTED TO DEFENSE DEFENSEOF DEFENSEI DEFENSEOF DEFENSEOF
I
OF THE TARIFF BILL BILLConservation BILLConservation BILLConservation
Conservation Policy and Labor LaborLegislation LaborLegislation LaborLegislation
Legislation Get Consider Considerable Considerable Considerable ¬
able Space SpaceWith SpaceWIUI SPaceWith
With the icsuaace t katiay uay 7 of the Re Republican RepuWieau Republican ¬
publican campaign elUBlHLf text booK 1tee boc tfete tfetecampaign UiecaJCpaicB thtecampaign
campaign for U the uie e capture of cUte the next nextHouse DextHOUH nextHouse
House of Representatives tattT Is on 4 ft indead in indead Indead
dead earnest earnestFor earnatI earnestFor
For weeks the Republican aep Ucaa Congress Congressional Coasreuional Coagresslonal ¬
I ional Committee has lI leis s labored ed with Its Itsbook Itsbook itsbook
book This publication is not so im important Important important ¬
portant in Itself but its It appearance appearancehas appoaraneshas ppcehas
has always been the signal alp for the thecampaigners tlMcampalpers thecampaigners
campaigners to take the feW > eld TJaecommittee The firecommittee Thecommittee
committee provides pro the tlMoarSUJ1MBt argument and andthe aa4I andthe
the candidates eandlcl tea with ltIt their supporters supportersmust aupporteramust supportersmust
must do the tit titThree rest i iThree sThree
I Three weeks ago 30 the Democrats Is Issued 1 1oed issued ¬
sued oed their campaign pa1 book It was waspractically waspractically waspractically
practically filled with the speeches of ofinsurgent ofI ofinsurgent
insurgent Republicans TbeDolUver TbeDolUverspeech The Dol1her Dol1herspeech Doftverspeech
I
speech on the tariff delivered AeUyer Just j1 lt be before Defore beCongress ¬
fore Congress Coll adjourned Tas was u looked lookedupon Ikeelupon lookedupon
upon by the Democrats as 8 good Dem Democratle Democratic j jocratic
ocratic doctrine and they gave p it first firstposition firstpeltIoa firstpadUon
position positionNow peltIoaNow padUonNow
Now comes forth the official organ organof OInoC organof
of the Republican committee Of Ofthe oreonoe O Oeourse
eonoe > the letter of President Pre kleJit Taft to toChairman toCIIIIInIIaJIeIbtIey toChairman
CIIIIInIIaJIeIbtIey Chairman McKinley occupies oceupl 8 a leading leadingposition leadingpomUoa leadingpontoon
position That was why the letter letterwas letterwritten letterwas
was written It was intended to be a akeynote akeyaete akeynote
keynote and Del it has been put forward forwardas
as the Administrations is view on the thesuccess thesaee thesuccess
success saee of the Administrations first firstyear Antyer firstyear
year
Defends TarI2 Tax f f Bffl Bfflvoted 13mX B111Moat
Moat X t Of th the apace ee Ia a the book III de devoted dovoted
voted to the def defense of the PayneAld Paynedidrich PayneAldrich AJd AJdrieh
rich tariff bill Representative R ttiYe BoutelTs BoutelTsspeech Boutelr8apeeeb Bouteltapeach
speech showing that the present JJI t tariff tarifflaw tartItIa tarifflaw
law lawafter Ia Is not t a burden e cones K ft first ADd ADdL andafter
after L er It a history of the present IN eat tariff tariffi trUrUte tariffshowing
i showing the principal J chances from rom the theDingtey UleDIatde7 theDiaRky
Dingtey tariff tari < < Tames TaW showing the thelatest UaeJateet thelatest
latest figures res coneemtog the imports I
and exports with th the revenue under the theoperation tileopeftidoa theoperatlom
operation of the new law Jawwtt hi comparison comparisonwith comparisonwith
with wtt the McKinley Wilson WII GD and Ding Dingley DID DID1e1 Dinglay < <
lay laws tewsProminent Ia IaPromJuent lawsPrnniaent
Prominent in the book is I an article wdcieUe on onthe onthe
the high cost of ttviac written for the theAmerican theA1De1tc3Ia thetmetican
American Federatfcmist Fed by President PresidentSamuel Prtimlcle rt rtSamuel
Samuel Oomeers of the American Fed Federation Fe4era Federation ¬
eration era on of I Labor < abor This article relieves relievesthe reUev reUevAM11ch relievesi
the i PayneAldrtch AM11ch tariff tart < < from the re retqfbnsfbtttty rey
from
tqfbnsfbtttty y for CT the preva vrcvattteg 1 tag his hisprices hIta hItaOA r h hprices
prices on food and clothing clothingThen dotJahgThen clothingThen
Then come c rne a chapter under 1JJI er the cap caption caption caption ¬
tion of The Administration etvftwr etvftwrcomplete JIvtIweoamiofte a aeomnkte
complete resume of the work of 0 each eachdepartment eachdeparcmeut ch chde
department de of the Government and the thevarious theVeI1oU8 thevarious
various economies ffO afar so far bro browcht fbt about aboutby aboutby aboutby
by the he Taft Administration Administrationi AdministrationThe AdmJJllstratioRTile
Tile ec ecsservatien policy is if iv fven on COD CODBl eonaiderabksaaqee
Bl aiderabksaaqee enabt < eo as 8 weal 1 as J labor or lecIe tesislatlom lecIeJatloe
Jatloe The dDvuoprittIons t oC the theor bast bastseaeion
seaeion i of Congress m ai compared with withprevious witbyears withpreviom
previous yean are rem j dv en accompanied accompaniedHy acompan a abJr d db
b Hy a statement teJn Dt of IvepresentoUive Repr e Taw Tawn TwexpJa Tigsney
n ney y explaining expJa why the 0ropriatioas aJMkOlKiatloMare asf a 0ropriatioasare reptlatiousare
are larger
largerA
A Bek Be k of NJC KnockingSieakfrag Knocking KnockingSneaking king kingSoNkJaIit
Sneaking of the Democratic text book bookthe booktile bookthe
the committee in Its preface 1Mria < e eTile says saysThe saysThe =
The Democratic Text T t Book for 1c r ISM ISMis U UIs 1fiMis
is simply a collection of speeches knock knocking kaockspeeches kaockspeechestmR aock aockinKo ¬
ing inKo to te use u e an expression exp of every day daythe daJtile daythe
the Republican party part Its introduction introductionsays hrtIVcIuetlOaJ1I introductionsays
says J1I If Intrusted with power the Dem Democratic Democratic Datsocratic ¬
ocratic party wilt make a record which whidiwilt whichwiH wh whw
wilt w I mean much for the prosperity of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the masses and in continuation of 0 the theprinciples tlIepr1nctples theprinciples
principles of Tree government governmentBut PvernmeDtI governmentBut
I But nothing DOth te said of the period periodwhen periodwIleD periodwhen
when the Democratic party part T was Intrusted Intrust Intrusted 11Itt1JBtell ¬
ed with power or 0 the calamity amity to the thenation thenation thenation
nation and adversity Instead of lOt pros prosperity prosperity os osperhy ¬
perity that came to the masses massesIn JD88eI5Ia mamasIn
In one text book we w nave haV a proud proudparty proudparty proudparty
party record in the other we have RTe8teeI a asneer astseer
sneer at that retort reeor as a plea for of oCfIee oCfIeeTb oCSeeTbe nee neeThe
The Tb Republican campaign text book bookthen bookthen bookthen
then te primarily a record not an JI argument ar argument arbut ¬
gument but as every good record must mustobviously mustobv1oUll1y mustobviously
obviously be a good argument the book bookconstitutes bookconstitutes bookconstitutes
constitutes irrefutable evidence on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which to base b e an educational cam campaign camCOLONEL camp camCOLONEL ¬
paign paignCOLONEL p
COLONEL MAY ATTEND ATTENDREPUBLICAN ATTENDREPUBtJCAN ATTENDREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN DINNER DINNERNSW DIlTNERYORK
NSW YORK YORK Sept iThe 5 The National NationalLeague KationaloC NationalLeague
League of Repu Repcv3ean tIeaa 5eaR Clubs Cl1I 8 will swing swinginto swinginto swingInto
into the last stretch of tlt ttL Congressional Congressionalcampaign CODCr Congressionalcampaign 1 1eJIIDpIIIp
campaign well fortified by a carefullyplanned carefully carefallyplanned carefullylanDed
planned lanDed dinner John Jo R Hays Hammond Hammondpresident Hammondrre Hammondpresident
president rre kleat of the league IM < < ue announced to today toclay today ¬
day that the organization will give a adinner acitnDel adinner
dinner on October 1 at the be Hotel Astor AstorHeadquarters AiStorI AstorHeadquarters
I Headquarters H uarters will be opened at the t thehotel thehotelSeptember < a hotel hotelSeptember hotelSeptembtt
September 15 15anner 15Among
I Among Dong the speakers expected at the theonner theannex
anner annex are President Taft Vice Presi PresiVent PrestI Presitent
Vent tent ent Sherman Governor GQern < Jr Fort of New Newj XewIer5Y NewJersey
I j Jersey and Reprpsenttive Rep esentlttive en tle Longworth Longworthof
of Ohio Oti I D E Jttherton theit herton n secretary secretaryt of oftie I It
tie t Ie IfajTT teal a e s snys ys Colonel Roosevelt Rlos e1t may mayat mayL
b at tb 11 < dirner rr
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CENSUS 1AY AY BULGE BULGEHOUSE BULGEHOUSEMEMBERSHIP k
HOUSE HOUSEMEMBERSHIP HOUSEMEMBERSHIPApportionment EMBERSHIP i iApportionment
Apportionment Fight Predict Predicted Predicted Predicted ¬
ed for Present Session Sessionof Sessionof
of Congress CongressEAST CongressEAST CongressEAST
EAST IS EXPECTEDTO EXPECTED EXPECTEDTO
t
TO COMBAT WEST WESTSentiment WESTSentiment VESTSentiment
Sentiment Exists Favoring Favo ng Reduc Reduction Reduction Reduction ¬
tion of Representation to Avoid AvoidUnwieldy AvoidUnwieldy AvoidUnwieldy
Unwieldy Growth GrowthCHICAGO Growtht GrowthCHICAGO GrowthCHICAGO
t
CHICAGO Sept 5 Greater New NewYork NewYwk NewYork
York with a population of 476CSSJ 476CSSJas
a as announced hy the Ceases c Bureau Bureauem Bureauoa BureauOR
em the present basis b Is 9t the Congresslonal Congres Congressional CoR e eslo1 ¬
sional apportionment would we have havetwenty hvetwentyfoar havetwentyfour
twenty twentyfoar four or twentynve members membersin
in 1 Congress Congre and the total member membership JDeiDberhtp membership ¬
ship > > htp in that body 1 ody Lr town r m the country at attorse 3tlarge atlarge
large would be so large the hall of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Howe Hou e of Representatives could eovldnot couldDOt couldnot
not accommodate them themThat themTJlt themThat
That was the comment CODtmen t on the latest latestcensus JateeteeR5US latestcensus
census bulletin by CoL Henry Cas CasSOR CaaSO Casson
son SO serjeantatarms of the Sow Sowof Spaceof H a e eof
of Representatives who ho is attached attachedto
to Republican COncr Congressional head headquarters beIuI8r beadquarters ¬
quarters 8r r in the Auditorium ttort Hotel HotelGreater HotelGreater HotelGreater
Greater New York YorkteeD now has aeven aeventeem sevsateen
teem membersEleven members membersEleven Mrs MrsEleven
Eleven From Chicago Chfcagacagos Chica ChicaII1f1arlaE ChicagoFiguring
Figuring GA the atone basis if CIII CIIIcaao ChIc
caao c cagos ages po population tIlattoa shall all prove pro to fee Itsaround feearound Ie IeU01Ui
U01Ui around 2lStffM 1NIOi as forecast th tile city citywould citywoW citywould
would woW be entitled to eleven Congress Congressmen Cea Congressmen es esmen ¬
men with possibly enough population populationin
in the country eouat precincts fncts to make Cook CooUagainst Coek0uDty Cookcountys
countys 0uDty repr = eeattle twelve twelYeagaiIMtt as asagainst
against ten msw with rith the aid t4 of Lake Lakecounty Lakeeounty Lakecounty
county which Is a part of the Tonto Tontodistrict TOIItAci Tontodistrict
district districtColonel ci districtColonel
Colonel Cassoa Cu oa also said the total totalpopulation totalpopulat1on totalpopulation
population of Oklahoma which has been beenannounced beenanaouueed beena
announced officially would a ould uld give givenew that thatnew thatDeW
new State nine J Be ComEressmen on the thepresent thepresent be bepre
present pre ent basis of appointment which he hesaid heajd hesaid
said is the best e t record made by any anyState anyState ny nyState
State at the age of Oklahoma OklahomaThese OklahomaTbfte OklahomaThese
These statements tJtateme ts have caused cau ed Republicans Repub RepubUcans RepubBeaDs
BeaDs to speculate late ai a once on the line lineup Uncap lineup ¬
up of the apport apportionment ent battle in Con Congress COftsreas Congreen ¬
green after att the official census C D8US for the thenation theaatIoII thenation
nation has been made public It te expected ex expected expected ¬
pected that the greater part of the pop population J population OP OPuladon ¬
ulation increase outside o taide of the large largecHtes 1ar5ewiD largecities
cities will be in the Western We tena States Statesand St Statesand es esaDd
and naturally tur y if the menabenbt membership of C the theHouse theHou theHouse
House Hou e is to be Increased the West will willdemand wiUcienaad willdemand
demand the larger ptrt of that increaseNew increase increaseNew iDcreueNew
New Centest Foretold FeretsidRepublicans PereteWRepgbtlcaas ForetoldRepublicans
Republicans who remember the tIaeOIUDeDt appor apportionment appor apportionmait ¬
tionment OIUDeDt contests eoate s of ten and twenty twentyyears tweatYYeala twentyyears
years ago say y the battles hinged on the thequestion tilequeRIoa thequestion
question of o preserving prqu < Af to the be little Jttt1eft littlepodtetborough littlepocketborough
pocketborough ft States of the But the therepresentation tbee therepresentation
representation e eDtadoa they t1a 7 had which even ev eventwenty < iR iRtwenty
twenty years eaIS ago p was a8 threatened reateDed by the thewtDg thegrowlug
growing wtDg West and Del they they predict that thatcontest thatcontest thatcontest
contest will be renewed with f increased increasedenergy Increasedenergy
energy at this time timeDelaware t1 tiaeDelaware e eNJaW1Ue
Delaware during durta < < only one census dec der derado j I Ibad
ado bad more than one Congressman CongrmmanXaine COBIP i iXaine
Xaine at one time had eight e t but the thenumber th thnumber i inumber
number has been decreasing d Dft until nov no nok 1 1It i iit
it has four a figure e at which it has stood stoodfor stOOdtor stoodfor
for forty years ean Nevada never bad mor morthan mrthaa tnerrthan >
than one and never had population populatlorenough pop la ti r reDOUgb i ienough
enough to t justify that New Hamphiv Uampshfrbe Hamphivhas HamPh
1 has gone from six to two Rhode Island Islandnever Ialan1Deftr Wandnever
never has had more than two and tier Vermont YerI YerIJDOIIt tiermoot <
mont has gone from six to two It I Itaken is istaker
taken as a foregone conclusion that the
Eastern interests latere t will oppose any DY ap apportionment a aJIO apportioument ¬ I
portionment JIO UGod I nt plan which will reduce the therepresentation tber therepreseutaibn
representation r 1oa of o these tbe e States StatesApportionment StateLApp
Apportionment App rti9mDGnt Prospect ProspectIf j jelecting I t
It the DemoeT Democrats sboaW uceeed In inelecting I Ieleetill
electing eleetill > a majority oC o c the next House of ofRepresentatives j I IRepreseatathes
Representatives at the November N election elecj elecjtlon elec i itIon
tIon It is probable th the question of ap aPpor apt i iportionment
portionment por ODJDeDt will I be tackled kIed by the pres preseat j
eat Congress Dgreea which w is Republican at atthe atthe j jthe
the coming session Should the Republi Republicans RepubIfeDII Republcans
cans retain control there is a chance chancethe chancthe chancethe >
the whole matter may r go o over until thenew the thenew tb tbDCJW
new Congress eore meets a the interim beingoccupied being inb inboeeupAed i ioccupied
occupied by the party part leaders cIera in II trying min minI tryingto j jI
I to reach some agreement agreementI agreementThere < < reement reementThere
I There are 391 members of Congressnow Congress Congressnow CougreMnow
I now a number which admittedly is un unwieldly unwteIdJy rnwieidly
wieldly and there te a sentiment In Infavor infavor I Iof
favor of Lapin It right there or even evenof evenof
of reducing reduclD it that it may y be more moremobile moremobile moremobile
mobile in legfehUioB I but as that would wouMunquestionably wouldunquestioaabiy wouldunquestionably
unquestionably result r in reducing the therepresentation th threpft thet thef
representation repft t efttatJon of a number of States Statesit Statssome
themooutsi ooutsi ins inssome
ie
some so soIt ot f them out8l4e of New England I IJt
it is more probable the total numberwill number numberwill j jwin
will be pushed JU8bed along over the 400 mark markAfter markAfter I
I After the census of MM 1J1I the basis ba of ofapportionment ofapportionment
apportionment was fixed at DC 1 141S 1S2 popu POpuUon population j jlation I
lation Uon which hlch was wa an increase 1ncrea e of 30 2DU 2DUover St j jover iover
over the basis ba baeI L adopted ten years eni previ previonsly preyicu j jously
onsly cu 1y Two new States New Mexicoand Mexico Mexicoand Med O I Iand
and Arizona are not yet represented repre ented in inCongress inCo I
Congress Co and they will have to be con corsiJered COI1A7 consilered
siJered in in any appcUonment apps iiontnent plan planAPPEAL j jAPPEAL
A7 I IART
APPEAL TO PREVENTART PREVENT PREVENTART T
ART TREASURE SALES SALESROMS SALESROXE SALESROME
ROMS Sept 5 iThe The Holy See may mays mayveil
veil s il l property rty without wtt oIrt authorization aut fromthe from fromthe tlOlllthe
the government 11IIMDt according aeeonl te a decision decisionhanded dcelslonband dcejsiouhanded
handed band l down by the supreme courtOut court courtOut courtOut
Out o of fear the art treasures may be beId beId becold
cold > Id tts a c cotlSpeuen onse < 4uence of the decision ithas it ithas Ithls
has tHn 1 < n DroTXsed tlfat a till be intro introJTJ introdu introdu
du e ed d < l in i parliament trHameut < rrohiMtinc possible pcsslbleSales possiblesales pcsslbJesaes
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