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2 0 THE WASHINGTON T TruES STLRDAY TV1ThLtV SEPTEMBER IEE 2 24 1910
REPUBLICANS HURRY HURRYTO
TO BIG FIGHT SCENE SCENEV SCENEVangijaras
Vanguards V aguar ls of New York YorkFactions YorkF YorkFactions
F Factions tions SaratogaBound SaratogaBoundAppreciating SaratogaBoundAppreciating SaratogaBoundAppreciating
Appreciating Crisis CrisisContinued CrisisCJeRtlnu CrisisCiitInu
Continued CJeRtlnu d d Imp f First Page Pagean Pa Pageare
an 8 tfeat Roosevelt is 1 heft he eC f Ws 01
J parents ts the old homes by afeowt ab 1 1votes 1utes 1votea
votes utes
utesClimbing Climbing Aboard AboardEfrSdeace AboardWee AboardFvIce
EfrSdeace Wee that the baadwagon baadwagonxroveatont klWlwagenJ11QVewMat baadwagenrpoveeat
xroveatont J11QVewMat IR the direction dir tI of r the theR theReettev thelleoeevelt
R Reettev lleoeevelt e evelt 1t side haa beaun R te not ot want WaRtInj wantIflK Sftt1g
IflK 1g
IflKCounty
County Chair Chairman an Grfecom eo and oU otJter otJterRoosevelt othecRoouvelt er erRoosevelt
Roosevelt leaders Jea are now eontidentir eontidentirpredicting eetdWeatlypredi condenUyprdicttng
predicting predi tlng that DOt only will Roose Roosevelt R Rtlt Roee1elt ¬
velt tlt We temporary te teitp porar rary chairman cb1ri oC th the thetftUon COM COMvration CONveRtiGu
vration but that the prosresstvew estItv will willcontrol wftlOlttro wiltOfltrO4
control as to the platform and the
State committee and i must get the or organization 01Janisatio organizatlon ¬
ganization into their own n hands They Theyexpect Tte3rerpeet Theyetpeet
expect to oust Woodruff from the UteState theStat0
State chairmanship and put in a Roose Roosevelt Rooseye1t ltooeecit ¬
velt cit man who may be C V Collins Collinsa coalblsa CUna
a prominent upState politician
Roosevelt is giving much attention to tothe tothe tothe
the platform which will declare for
direct nominations will indorse the
Taft Administration Admlnl tratJoa and will touch the
PayneAMrieh tariff law in cold fash ¬
ion ionA
A lot ot of wonderment is heard heardwhether heanIWhetber herdwhether
whether Barnes will not toss s in a a reso oution reooution ¬
ution indorsing Taft for renomination relMMl
in Jt11 12 despite the fact that President Presidentwant
Tat has let It De known he does DOt DOtwaJlt notwant
want wantit It ItIt SfIt
It is now known Jmo that Roooevctt is not notsoin DOtgoing notgoing
going soin to Jet such a resolution go
through thrO gh if he can help it itTaft It ItTaft ftTaft
Taft TeM sf Attitude Attitudeafore Attitudetlore AttitudeOre
afore Ore than tide there fe substantial substantialreason sub aubutantialrcaso taaUalrcuoa
reason to believe he made his opposition oppositionTaft oppttifmo
to o such a re olutioR dear to Pre PrealdeutTalt t tT
Taft T t in the recent New Haven PrealdeutV confer conference neuterenee fer fernee ¬ V
ence nee and left no doubt deu t m the Presi Presideuts ¬
dents mind he would not stand for it itstand It ItAs itAs
As to what is the
hattort or o such a aSULId astand
stand on the part of Roosevelt R elt every ¬
body bod is free to draw inferences ces to suit it
himself himselfIn bhnaelin
In the midst of all the turmoU over er
the control of the convention the Re ¬
publican leaders do not seem near solv ¬
ing the question who will be put for ¬
ward for the
governorship One reason r I
for this is the feeling feel feeitu of o the friends I
of a good many aspirants tht the t th
Democrats are going to win anyhow anyhowpolitical
and It would be a shame to tOlllJ to tM th thpolitical
political dogs the particular individual Iftdlvtd al I
in whom they have an interest
On the Democratic side things t s are
moving steadily steadil in the direction of nom ¬
mating Gaynor Leader Murphy of
Tammany Tamman has given the word w rcI to to his IdaV Idabraves
braves to set et things in motion for Gay V
uor D ° r
uorGaynor Gaynor r is putting putti out denials ia1R of e the thereports ther therepOrts
reports r p rts he is goiiuj ng to t bat an opera ¬
lion and is going through the mottoes mottoesof unotinrof
of a man who ho wants the nomination If
ho h is named it is wellnigh a certainty certat ty
the condition of his voice will In not al 1 ¬
low him to take the stump stu aDd nd then thenvz thenWJIt I Iv1lt
WJIt be vz frm prtgent presented 7t u the l > gm strange ge m igjC 0fr SP apectk Bl Tr
in a great S State ate likE New Ne York of ofman a amAn V
man hunting for the governorship overaor MI MIa II IIa ina
a trhteper trhteperBat whMperBut
But Gaynors frineds f say y he can get
th too office without making speeches edtea and andmerely alldmt andmerely
merely mt t 1y by writing writl letters lettersBarnes lettersBarnes tenr tenrBames
Barnes Stfli Sti t + 4 Caustic CausticSARATOGA CanoticSARATOGA 1
SARATOGA SAJU TOG x Y 1 s Sept SeptRoosevelt pt 2 The TheRooeevelt
Roosevelt Rooeev t doctrine of progress prr is like likefeeding likefEeding likufedtng
feeding whisky whlsk to the American A18e icaa people peopleJt peoptek e eksp I
Jt ksp ep at it and well we a have e deiirhun deiirhuntremens cIeItrtu cIeItrtutremens L Ltlemefts
tremens said M WiMiam Barnes jr jrleader jread jrleader
leader ead of o the old guard nI who began to today te teda ¬
day da to marshal Ms forces in the ftgfct bt t L
for control of next weeks RepuDIIauI RepuDIIauIt Repti Reptit
t state tate t te convention conventionIt
It fe not necessary ry to shatter boat business IneS ¬
ness and startle the country count every time timea
a little progress is made The platform platformadopted plaUeradopted platformadopted
adopted next week will determine determinewhether
whether the Republican party of the
State of New York is for f progress with without wftbout ¬
out disturbance or disturbance urbanee merely
in the name of progress progressThe profrealLTb proTeeaThe
The Tb fight ht for t the party organization
has been transferred from New York to tothis tethis
this village dlla All of the old guard guardchiefs
chiefs are already alread on the scene 8CeDe and the
Roosevelt R e1t men are coming in on every
train trainIt I
It was openly asserted a ed todav that i iRo
Roosevelt Ro has decided d < decf to be both tem temporary tanporary ¬
porary and permanent chairman He Heufll Heviii I
ufll not It he follows his present plans i
lead 1 1td the fight for the progressive K ve plat ¬
form in the committee on resolutions I
but will delegate that duty dut to Senator
EHbu Hoot HootSegtdars RootReg1 RotV
I
V Regulars Reg1 ars Disappointed DisappointedCHICAGO i iClIICAGO
CHICAGO Sept iA A close inspection inspectionv i
I < v the platform platf < rm adopted 34optdbyt by the State StateRepublican
Republican convention at Springfield Springfieldyesterday Spri Spritentay Spuingiieidesterday I
yesterday tentay disappointed many politicians politicianslitre poIitieIaDsIl politicianslitre
litre Il re who ho had loped oped the t document documentTsould
Tsould ould have less of an Insurgent ring ringThe I
The platform which ch is the work of ofGovernor ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Deneenand his allies indorses indorsesine iIIdorsesthe indorsesthe
the Taft administration admlnl tratlon but further furtherthan furtherthan
than that hat it does ttttie for the regulars
Governor Deneen declares it is de decidedly de decidedly ¬
cidedly progressive progressivean progr he heSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Im Impsssioned plea for foran foran
an indorsement of the PayneAldrich PayneAldrichtariff PayneAldrichtariff
tariff was listened l to respectfully and and1nored
ignored ignoredThe j 1noredTite ored oredf
The f readinjr reactjn out of the party of the thetwentyfour tlMtw thetwtyfour
twentyfour tw tyf ur Republicans who formed a acoalition IIclttlon acaUtion
coalition with the Democrats m In the tle1a8t
last session n caused ect no stir stirThe stirThe stirThe
The straddling of national issues did didjiot did110t didot
jiot ot get a rise out of the delegates and andthings aRCtbtnp andttdns
things passed oft easily fty and quietly
raucji to the satisfaction on of Deneen
Party leaders in Chicago Ch o today are areouietly areouietly areoutetly
ouietly preparing their campaign and andthe allt awlday
the t day after comments on the action actionof aetiunGf actionof
of the convention are few fe and far be ¬
twees twe a
aDemeaats
Deaecrats Jmbfiaat JmbfiaatCHICAGO JlIlMlnLCHICAGO JnbilauLCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 24 4DemocraUc poll politicians potlticians pollticlans ¬
ticians today are jubilant over the plat platform PIatform pintform ¬
form adopted a by 0 the convention at East EastSt Ea8tt EastSt
St t Louis yesterday and declare that thatthey thatthe thaithey
they the cannot fail to todefeat defeat the Republi Republicans Republicans Republicaps ¬
cans all over r die State at the November Novemberelections OveIRber OveIRberelections V Velections
elections electionsThe electionsThe electionsThe
The platform declares fora for 8 corrupt corruptpractice corruptpractice corrupipractice
practice act the Initiative and refer referendum referend referemdum ¬
endum end UIR civil service 8en and many liT other otherreforms otherrefonn otheireCrme
reforms reformsLee refonnLee reCrmeLee
Lee OXetl Browne the minority mndt
leader of the
Legislature last year wits wa
hissed by the delegates when after he Ia
had been scoffed at to his face he hearose hearose In Inarpee
arose and attempted to brand the dele delegate de1egate ddegate ¬
gate who ho scoffed SCO ed at him a a minerabhcur miserable miserablecur
cur curThe The convention < declined linecI to allow
Browne to reply replyGRATIFYING replyORA replyGRATIFYING
GRATIFYING ORA TIFYING REPORT REPORTTO
TO TRAVELING MEN MENWATERLOO filENVATERLOO I IWATERLOO
WATERLOO Iowa Sept 24 4The The an annual 1Uinuat annual ¬
nual state ate convention of Gideons or orChristian 0C e eCtrtstu
Christian C r1sCaJl Traveling Mens Association Associationopened A AneOciationopened eociatloaoJeltf
opened in this city toacy to y and win con continue continue contIue ¬
tinue over tomorrow National Presi President PresIde President ¬
dent de t A B B T Moore and John H Xfehoi Xfehoion NIchoIon Nicbolson
son on on the founder of the organization OIW tIoa are areietf areI ar
here I ietf as a guests of the convention The Theannual Theannual Tlannua
annual nnua reports show a pattf gratifying te terr iar inresse
r rr resse ase in the membership benIIdp of the organi organization urganizafton ¬
zation ra in inlowa Iowa the past year yearROBBERS yearROBBERS I IROBBERS
ROBBERS TAKE JEWEDRY JEWEDRYDetectives J JEWEURYDetectives VELRY VELRYDeteettves
Detectives Warren and Molten are to today Mdll today ¬
day dll inveatigatincr lave tlga the robbery of the thehome Utebome tk tkhaute
home of Mrs M aV NesTle NesTlestreet 73K WOK WOKstreet JIittkItr
street Itr nortJtesrs Ta The > e Job is isWho 18to hto
to have been u w OlE monk tee teewho
1 Who took Jewelry jeWeIryi valued at aot bOtV bOtVF 3M
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REPUBLICANS REPUBUCANSCOUNTI COUNTING COUNTINGON G GON
ON GAINS GAINSIN IN INDIANA
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a V
Managers Require Four More MoreG MoreG ore oreG
G O P Representatives Representativesin
in Hoosier State StateLEADERS StateLEADERS StateLEADERS
LEADERS DEPEND DEPENDUPON DEPENDUPON DEPENDUPON
UPON BEVERIDGE BEVERIDGEDespite BEVERIDGEDespite BEVERIDGEDespite
Despite Factional Opposition the theSenators theSenators theSenators
Senators Campaign Is Ex Expected Expected Expected ¬
pected to Win for Ticket TicketBy TicketBy TicketC TicketBy
By WALTER J FAHY FAHYL FARYiNDIANAPOLIS
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iNDIANAPOLIS L lad Sept 4The 24TheCoagreselonnI ± 4 4TheCoasresslonal The TheCongressional
Congressional elections IB Indiana IJMlt n ar aroC
of far greater reier importance to t the Re Republican Reubliean Repubtican ¬
publican ubliean Congressional Coagre lonal committee committeethan C9R1MiUeetAlln
than are similar contests cOB ts in almost almostany almestaBY almostnay V
any other State In R the Union UnionIf UnionIf
If the House te to fee saved to the theRepublicans theRepubUeans theRepublicans
Republicans Indiana willhave wIU e to con contribute COJltrihute contribute ¬
tribute heavily be vih and there is grave gravedoubt gravedoubt
doubt ci bt whether that delivery can be beMade bee bemade
Made e The representation rep nttlo from rOfB In Indiana IRc Indion ¬
diana c D in the present Congress Ce gxess con consists oonadsts connists ¬
sists of thirteen Democrats De erats and two twoRepublicans twoRepaolicans twoRepublicans
Republicans It is known kJM here that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t Republican Congressional sl cam campaign camis ¬
paign is eommittee regards r rds Indiana Indla a as asthe ait authe I
the t most vital territory inthe I the United UnitedStates UnitedStateas UnitedStates
States StatesWith Stateasith StatesWith
With ith the heavy Ilea increases which the theRepublicans theRepubUcalH theRepublicans
Republicans concede the Democrats Democratswill De Democratswill oerats i iln
will ln make in the East it will UI be nec necessary necessan < ¬ I ItOl
essary for Indiana not only to 9 hold holdits holdits I
its own but to elect at least four fourmere fourmore
more Republicans RepublicansStrange RepubhcaasStrange I I
Strange as it may seem the Con Congressional ConI ConIC8Slonal Congresslouni ¬
gressional C8Slonal committee is depending dependingupon dependtnnupon
upon pon the success 5UCC of Senator Se at r Beve Beveridgeto B Beveridge Ye II
ridgeto ridge to pull through the Consres Consressk Con Congresatonal es I
sk atonal ital candidates candidatesThe CJHlidatesTh candidatesThe
The Th Senator is not a popular indi indiof hidiL
idual Uh the oW guard ia CORtrol CORtrolthe coatrsiof L
of the committee It is a recognized recognisedfact r fttzecl fttzeclfact
fact however that upon Beveridge Beveridgemore BeverWgnore 1
more ore than OH any one else 1 depends dependsthe de dependsthe ftdR ftdRthe
the outcome of the Congressional Congressionalelection Co Congressionalelection gressional gressionalelectlvn
election electlvnWhirlind
Whirlwind Campaign CampaignHe
He is planning a whirlwind cam campaign camp1 ¬
p1 paign through the the State Once he hegets hegets hegets I
gets started he will hammer away awaywithout awaywithout awn
without cessation and the hope is isentertained i8eRtcrtaiae ii d
iiI
entertained that in this manor he e will willnot 11 11DOt I
not only pull through ihrou h himself but butthat buttbat bulthat I
that he will ill pull half a dozen Repre Representatives Repreentatives Reproaentatives ¬
sentatives along with u iU him himThe himTbe himThe
The hopes of the Republicans center centerin eenteiIn
in six districts two of which are now nowrepresented nowr nonreureeentsd
represented r nt4d bv Edgar D Onimpacker Onimpackerand Crumpackeu nllltPCkerand
and William 6 Barnard Of the two twoBarnard u
twer
Barnard has the most serious trouble troubleon r
on his hands He was elected to the theSixtyfirst tlteSixtylint
tInI
Sixtyfirst Congress Congr with 1tb only lftO lftOvotes ltIVOeS 1IQvoles I
votes to spare He represents re ts the dun district d duntilet II IItrict ¬
trict formerly represented by Jim JimWatson JimWatson
Watson The factional feeling feellD which whichcrops whichTOfI8 whicirroun J
crops out every ever time a Watson II or 0 Bev Beveridge BevH1de Bwer4ge ¬
eridge man is up Jor for ofnVce is certain trtairto i ito
to be felt next fall and Barnard has hasno bsiflO I
no more than an even chance of being bctn bctnreelected a at aCrumpttektrs j jreelected
reelected reelectedCrumptickers reelectedrumpeckcrs t
Crumptickers fate rests hi the hands hazuduof I Iof IoC
of the illiterate steel mill workers His Hismargin IlknunriIn
margin over his Democratic opponent oppotteattwo opponenttwo I
two years ago o was 88 about MfO MfOThis III IIIThis ltThis
This year EI Crumpadcer is opposed by byn b bJohn I IJohn
John n Peterson a prominent lawyer and andlocal niXlocal i
local counsel for the UnKed States StatesSteel Stat StatSt <
Steel St eul Corporation If the word is pass panged I Ied j Iof
ed by It the bosses amon among the Hunkies Hunkiesthat HunkJethat Hunkimthat I
that Peterson is the man to vote for forthea f fthou j
then Crumpacker wilt tli be defeated with without j I
out any question This vote mcMcn tnetcIeDtally IUCideJVtally j jtally j
tally will have ha e a powerful influence on 0111 j
the Senatorial contest The Bookies Hunkiesde HunketOt BookiesI
de not know how to t vote a split ticket ticketHunkies J JHuskies f
ticketI
Hunkies Vote Sought i
The rottotr of these Hunkies ea enJ L j >
name i does not aroos more th than n a apassiag aIntelfSt I u
passiag p interest here It is known kucrn ht thttiKv th t
they t vote as they are orderei it is isknown isknown i C
known k nown that the word O of the mill millis i I IC
bosses h eusen is law to the men it is isknown Iskaown t C i
known k nown that both candidates for Con1 Con1jrress Con Coness i
ConC
jrress g ross ess are making desperate efforts to tohave t thave C
have the Hunkie vote delivered to tothem tothfm ti
them t but thus far there seems to be beSOIRe e i isome i
some s uncertainty as to which man will 111 I Ibe j I I
be b e favored bv b the th mill bosses bossesCnmlpracker j <
Cmnipacker always has been satin satlsI I
f faetOlY torv to t the Steel St 1 corporation and his hisideas hi hideas S
ideas I on the tariff are in accord with tn tnsentiments the C Centiments
sentiments s of the officiate of cmaln of the corpe corperation COCpOrat corpoation I
ration rat r Oll In addition his membership JDefII on onthe onthe oi oithe i
the Ways and Means Committee is important im hog ¬
portant p to the biggest industry ir his hi hie g i idistrict I
district d But because ause of the ignorance ignoranoI e j
I
of o f the Hunkiea Hunk a vote ote for Crumpack Crumptcka ek j i I
er e r iteans enn6 a vote for Beveridge BeYeri J who he Is Isjii Isal8tMt i a i
jii al8tMt a iinst the steel schedule and wants wantsfurther iS S I Iiurther
further f revision re downward dOwnwardThe J
The situation presented on the Demo Democratic Democratie
cratic e ratic ticket te quite as contpiicated j i
Peterson of course would ould be quite quitesatisfactory QuitesattsfAct C 1
satisfactory sattsfAct s < n to the corporation corpora Ota for which whichhe quitIt It j I
he acts as AS counsel but on the he ticket ticketwith ticketwith
with Peterson P enon is the Democratic legte legtelativc Jesifilalive i
lativc J tirkot tirk t i pl4drd edr d 10 Ken j i
In the th First district rict Representative RepresentativeBoehne i IBoehne
Boehne Democrat has a hard fight on onhis 01 01his C
his < hands Posey toe Republican can i idktnte j
dktnte being popular popur personally and andhighly AOOh am i i
highly h bly regarded r ar ed as a friend of inlandwaterways inland inlandwaterways inlamd amd d i j
waterways in addition he is expected expectedto d
to t o reap some benefit from the indorse j jment iment
ment which was given en to Beveridge Beverid e ethe by bythe b S She i
the t he labor unions in this district dlstrleLThe i iThe j
The Second Third and Fourth due dfetricts i itrias
tricts represented by CulloP Cox and andDixon an anThos
Dixon ar are so ° safely Democratic I thttt thtttRepublican ttRepublicaR the
Republican contests in them are re mer merformalities JDerformalities me I
formalities The Fifth district repre represealed repreRnt repruseated
sealed Rnt i by Ralph WT Moss M a Democrat Democratis Democrat1 i iIi I
is I s normally a Republican district but butMess bt btMcsn Ii I I1S
Mess 1S is in Congress by virtue of fat
tional nal luarrels among amon the Republicans Republicansand I
and h he is likely to t remain there t re for the thesame Ui Uisame
same reason George TIlley is the Re ReJIb1lcan d
publican uublican candidate candidateDepends candidateDepends I
Depends on Beveridge BeveridgeSuccess 1 I 1
Success for the Republican candidate candidatein candklathi
in the Seventh enth district depends almost almostentirely a1mostentirely almoientireIr
entirely on o the ability of Senator Bev Beveridge Beveridge Beieridge ¬ I
eridge to carry Marion arioR county in which whichIndianapolis whichIndlanapoHs wIde wIdeindtanapoils
Indianapolis is located Linton the Re Republican ReI ReIpublican ¬
publican candidate is making a strong strongfight strongf strom stromhht 1g
fight against Re Representative > resentatlve ntative Korbly Korblybut Kocblybut y ybut
but the real fight fi bt centers about the thecontrol thecontrol Ui l lcOlittOl
control of Beveridce B veridie who is expected expectedto expecteto
to get the labor vote but to lose the theheavy theheoa iii C
heavy heoa Oerman ernan vote voteThe voteThe voteThe
The Eighth district is normally Re ReOne ReOne ThOne
One can do more hard think thinking thinkI
ing ingOn mgOJ V
On a a breakfast of ofGrapeNuts ofGrapeNuts ofGrapeuts
GrapeNuts and cream creamThan creamThan I IThan
Than on almost any other otherfood othe othefood
food foodClear foodClear foodClear I
Clear thinking andPhysical und undPhysical nd ndPhysical
Physical endurance enduranceThe enduranceThe Llce LlceThe
The chief requirements requirementsFor
For Success Successcome come from fromA fromA fromA
A wellfed brain and body bodyTHERES bodyTHERES bodyTBERES
THERES A REASON REASONFOB
FOB
GrapeNuts u
Features of House Fight Fightin F ght ghtn
V in n Ind Indiana IndianaRepublicans ana anapublIcans
Republicans publIcans must elect four Rcp RcprcHentntivrn Rcpre Represenfaflves
rcHentntivrn re Dtnth WaMea beltJ returning returningtro returnliutwo returninirtwo
two now DO holding scats eats to make makeBood makego makegood
good go d clalniK to majority majorityHopes maJ majorityHipea rity rityDopel
Hopes of Con Congressional reHHlocal al commute commutecwtinj commltthr commltteresting
resting r n on Bevcrldgc whose per personal pern ¬
sonal nuIlold n I hold ol on Voters VOIC and pore p powers Wcr WcrIn i iia
ia campaign cainpal In I recognized r by byfaction byfaction
faction opposing him himProgressive himProreuhe
Progressive Senator is today tt ttonly tionly tC
only man In Indiana absolutely nbsolutelyconfident ahsolutelconftdcmt
confident that the Republicans ncpahllcnnspublican
j I silI HI win a complete victory >
publican but it was as captured by b Rep Representative RepresentaUe ¬
resentative Adair during a Republican Republicanfactional Republicanfact I
factional fact OftI fight fotlr foil years ago and he heseems heseeBtB hE t
seems certain to retain his seat seatIn
In the Ninth district E E E Neil the theRepublican theRepublican t
Republican candidate has about an aneven aneVeR at ateven C
even chance to defjeet Representative RepresentativeXor RepresentatIVeTforiueft
Korteeta Xor the present Democratic can
did didate te e The Eleventh E1eY P1th < is another Re Republican ¬
publican Ublic district represented by a Dem Democrat Democrat DentOcrat ¬
ocrat Because of factional quarrels
John L1 Thompson the Republican can ¬
didate against Representative Rauch is isconfident isCOnlkl Ic
confident COnlkl t that Republican RepubU an harmony has ha
been restored ored and that he will be beelected beeJectedJ be
elected electedIn eJectedJID
In life Twelfth district Judge Owen
A Hedton is running on the Republi Republican RepubUean Repubftcan ¬
can ticket as a progressive The Thechancel Thechances
chances seem to be against him unless Un18 8 i ithere
there is an insurgent sweep in Indiana
In the Thirteenth district the insur insurgents J Insurgenta sur surents ¬
gents ents ia I the House have a good chance u
to gaint a recruit Joim Jo m L Moorman oorman
the Republican R RezUlcan lcan candidate Is making makln maMnunique a aunique aunique
unique i campaign camp ibn against Representa ¬
tive Barnhart Democrat He has via s ¬
tied every house hoos in the district talked I
to practically every voter oter and an announces 1UlJIOUac8S ¬
nounces himself elC a progressive first
last and all the time timei timeClean
i Clean Sweep Predicted PredictedWhite Predictedite
White ite the Republican chances for forincreased I r rIncreased
increased representation in the House C
from Indiana look good on the sur surface sIIrface ¬
face it is t not by any an means a a set settled settled ¬
tled question The Democrats are arelooking are1ooklB are C
looking 1ooklB for a clean sweep all alonj alonjthe along alongthe
the line lineIt 1IJteIt
It is probably a fact that Beverldge Beverld C
if is the U Jaaft urW who can lave the > V Rope T7 uL uLliean
liean candidates If he is repudiated I
it would ollld not be surprising repudiateeC if the thets th C
Democrats ts cleaned < up in every county county1ft count thr r
in theState theStateSenator tbeStatESenator
Senator Beveridge Beverld e as a matter of 0 f
fact if the only man in Indiana who ho 0S S
is absolutely J NIOlut h confident that the Re Republicans ReJubUc ¬
publicans JubUc os will win handily His sur survey lIurve ¬
veT ve is not aeepted as accurate by b nurC the tb C
Republican Congressional committee commltttnt4N
Senator tnt4N Beveridge Beverifl e believes that If Ifthe I
the lh election were held tomorrow tlie th IC C
Republicans would ould win easily easilyVENEZUELA ealil ealilVENEZUELA
VENEZUELA RECALLS RECALLSBOGOTA RECALLSBOGOTA
BOGOTA BOGOTAMINISTEI MINISTER MINISTERBr ¼
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Br Break ak in Diplomatic DiplomaticRelations Relations With WithColombia WithColombia I
Colombia Causes Much luchUneasiness
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instructions at Panama The nature of ofthe ofl
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ha baUD ms been closed cJo ed for or two days on onaccount n
account a ccouiat of the death of Mr C T Trowni
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the t < following officers were elected electedMr
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of the witnesses wItJte wanted to testify te in tIe tiieinvestigation tIeillM tievestigation
investigation illM In InW gaUo of the election of Senator SenatorWilliam SenatorVllliam Senatorilliam
William W illiam Lorimer which will begin n for formally tormaUT foraRy ¬
mally m aRy Monday caused the hasty serving servingtoday sentn sentntoday aert1nday
today to toca day of the subpoenas a To prevent es escapes 15eapes Pspes ¬
capes ca pes the men most wanted wa ted will be bewatched beRtcbed beatched
watched watchedRepresentative w RtcbedRepre atchedReprestative
Representative Repre eatate Charles A WI White Whitechief itc itcchief Iteief
chief ch ief witness against Lee ONeil Browne Brownein Brownehis
in his two trials on charges of bribery briberym DrI briberyconnection r3 r3In
InSt m In connection with Lorkners election electionState electionState electionate
State St Stli ate Senator ft3tOl Heirzlaw and Represents Representative Repre enta entatlve ¬
tive li ve Beckcmeyer both of whom con consed ¬
fessed f fe sed to t accepting bribes to vote for forecturer
Loriner L I will face the Senator Monday Mondaythem
They Th ey WIll will be the Ant wlaae2 Ate Aftecem
them them th em ft h Is said id Lee ONoil Brwwne will willcalled
be called to the stand and following folJowi followingm
him hi m Senator Lorimer himself
Thirtyfive witnesses wit V were served with withsubpeonas with2lUbpeo withpeua
subpeonas peua today teda todayV todayand and all are ordered to t teee
be b e on hand at the Congress Co gre Hot < at W Wa wasi 10at
a m Monday nd
asi Senator Burrows TowB chairman 5f > f the thecommittee thecommittee themmittee
committee co said today
We are ar safea safeguarding iardingr ourselves our eivcs Some Someof SOIDeor
of the witnesses WI might develop a anxiety sudden suddenanxiety
anxiety a to > pay a visit to Canada Cana and i
that th t would never do doOFFICE doSPECIAL doSPECIAL
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OFFICE OFTHE OFTHEWashingt OF THE THEWashington THEWashington
Washington n Gas Light Company Company4131T
4131T 4I1 TENTH TENTHSEI STREET N W WWashington WVubb WWashington
Washington Vubb ton City D C CSeptember CI
I September IS 13 19W 191 I
To T o tn the Stockholders of the th Washington j
Gas Light Company C mpaj i
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting m of the th stockholders of th the theashington
Washlneton W T 110 Gas Light R t Company is
ea11d c d by the Board of Directors of that i
Cd Company C ompany for and will be held l on Fit
day d ay the th fourteenth day of October Ml 1511
at as l oclock M at the principal of otftce nc firs
SLHJ o on f the Company ompny Xo U3 Tenth Street
northwest n in the
City of Washington Washingtonii
D C ii iitrans to ° trans transact 5t such h business as may
properly p 22S2iLCoro come befor fort > said nteedn meetinSand meeting and
e especially to
consider and approve or orUWm
ot herwise act upon ft th the folk following > wlnff propo
stUons si tions tionsCl
Cl 1 Shall th the Washington Gas Light Lightterly
Company C ompany continue Its practice hitherto
of o f d declaring 1arln r regular lar quarterly terly dividends dividendsth
t to Its toekhulders ttOl its net earnings
at a t the rate or
ten tn
per centum per r annu annum
UJ Oft u pon ftJJ It
authorfwd capital < of C 2MIeO0 2MIeO0V 8IfJ
which w hich capltaXtion wa made many V
years y esrs ago and eS not BOW adequately
T epresent t the rail value al or the ioperty property
of f th the
O ComPAny uoe by It for the bone Dt
ftt
of the public u under th the Provisions rovl > h8 of ofsnail
th
the
e Companys charter
and its further
JaCU p ractice of declaring fxtra dividends oil C
from f rom Its undivided profits or r shall it
in a future distribute amN amorg fe Its stock stockn
holder h ha eldera In the rQportlont > to which tockI they
are a he re
respectively Iy tntJtled entitled the net annual
Parnlnp e n rS of t th the Con Company P aD30 ny after d deduet d ct t
I f
le og 22 from Ir H Its 5 groes > s earnings arnln all
proper properc
e <
Xpen
es of
Sd r fuadTJnBtrRtI administration < m an and or f tn the
c condwt co con con nduct of Its business bw 1nftI8 and the sums sumsatxl
n ecessary ry tl Nt pay Inter Interest upon It Its bonds bondsoel
atxl n IIf oel certificates of indebtedness IDdebt bondsV
nt8S to ¬ V
gether gethercov g et ether WIth Rn
gco amount IJfki suftiriont nt to C
cov co coa ver r dePredation d tlon in
dividends to an L
amount a approximating six h
centum
per
L
upon u pon the fur
value of the
property used I
by b the
y said
Company for w the be benefit flt of
tlte t he
luone Juolic In suPPYi supplying gas under Its itsharter
dial harter itsV
c
ere assuming AnlftlJn thAt
the tb said net earn earnL4 V
In
80a bt sufficient to
justify sale
dJ tdM L4
Shall 1 thc JItODeSS oo rsneeded needed annually snaI
ttlC f or CXteasIeufls xt of tM ComlMUlys mc
ADeI a nd oUter ex eagenses Ir eouera4jy ela cIaseec a5
1Ktt bttelntcfltS nt3 be paid out or the earn
f ogs of te lD mumny aDy or shall such
m oez hereafter De rai raise by
a bond
iMue Ie ue or IMues
Ieu secured by eed of trtl trust t
upon u pon all of the Compans
which w hich It Is property
entitled Utled to embrace In such
deed d eed of w
trust t said bonds to be sold for fo
not n ot l IHs than par and the proceeds
hereof t to hp appHed
exclusively
betterments bettermentsJL b ettermentsSi to sold
3 Si JL Shan the h
company refund its out outIndcbtedm
6tarU st alIng tends nds now beart bearing four our
tum t urn tntr interest t amount1n amounting to approximAte per een
l y iflA4 Me In r rorid nd numbers
and
also
Iu It
s outstanding dividend certificates oC
I Indcbtedm s bearing MarI six
per c ntulU
centum in
terest te t amounting to 5 32OtWI010 WJifflM III which ohiS ohiSssue
co rttft rtificates tf8 nC Indebt in4ebed De88 are now
able a ble at the option of the company pay bY
a new bond bsue lsu ssue
secured by o cJeed i or r
trust t rust upon all of the Th
tc property ot
the thetupaiiy
te c tupaiiy m P 1Y y which hfrb it to lelanTentiUed legally entitled to
enfcrace e m In said deeci or trust trtj said Id
bonds h to bear
interest
at the
rate ra of five
per p er centum per annum and uTbe to be b
ble bl b le at such tme or times as the saidan said paya ya
e4a e 4iu ntf C tnK t D ag of the stockhoWer stockhoWerthe herein 3p
before called shall determine
upon tll
C ontentll of the Mid bonds
And
a ajo IO of
the said deed or trust tro to o be ea approved approved Drovd
by b y a meeting of the directors 0 of Ihe th the
company com c y subsequent ub to the saw stock
hold oItkns rs meeUng but t in any
event te t
contain c a stipulation waiving
cu the stat
Mto utory u torv Jfr80naI per onaI resPOnsibility sponsiblMt of cant
stockholder s for t r the payment of the 5
S sd d
bonds b and expressly stipotetinx StiDol8 lng that thaideed
b kkors of th the said bonds shall rei rely onl
Upoll u pon the security rit embra embracoj 10 ui tr saJd said i
deed d eed of trust Further in the
that < J the said stockholders njeVtfnc meeUnl event
shall s determine that future eetiernientf otttermentS
xh s Jr111 hah E not be psjd paid out ° llt o of e eacui eacui1iaIl tro1ns3 < raissTitit bt
s hall be financed by a bond iSsue f shall
the issue of bonds eontemplarMin contemplar M in this fe
proposition p be increased ani an if j so TO
what amount for the purpose of inane
ing l ug said betterments require in tho
near n ear future futureIf
If it is not thought expedient ex edlent
to T
fund f the sail issue of sZo fej 00 of dlvH dlvi lvl re
d cltn Qn n certificates of Indebtedness in the thetianner
manner In i inner > next hereinbefore provided shin
the said total issue of dividendCertifi diVIdend certifi ¬
cates e of Of indebtedness be b paid with inter
est e eo at to the he date of payment by r tne pro ¬
ceeds o of the sale in open market for
not le Jess t than n P par r of 2e 2uOq frw of the
said s new bonds or of o so many man of r said Mid
bonds as may be required for the pur
pose poseIf JOeIf poseIf
If it be not
thought expedient to sen ell
the t he said QO VA 0 face value of o the said
bonds in open market shall shallf so nianv nianvof many
of o f the th stockholders ot the company at ata
a given ° iven date as shall avail thcraselvcs thcraselvcsof th mselvts mselvtsof
of o f the privilege within a iiulted tlm time
be entitled to subscribe and pay 3 Tor r r the thesaid th4s1d theaid
said s bonds at their face value said saidprivilege saidprivilege saIdprivilege
st privilege of subscription and payment paymento
to t o be proportional to the holdings of o the therespective therespective theespective
respective r stockholders Shall said saidprivilege saidpriTilege saidprivilege
privilege next hereinbefore here nbefcre referred to toapply toapply toapply
apply also to so much of said new Issue Issueor
or issues of bonds as shall be b required requiredor
for f or iinanciig betterments bettermentsAll
All subordinate propositions em embraced cmbraced embraced ¬
braced in and pertinent to the said saidmain saidmain
main propositions above stated snail snailto SbaJlto aballo I
to t o the necessary JleCess ry extent be considered consideredand
and acted upon by the said stock stockholders stocktOlders stockbolders ¬
holders meetur meeturAccording meet meetAccord5 meetuirAecordlute
According to t the charter and bylaws bylawspany bylawIof
of the Washington Gas LI Light ht Com Company Cornparty
pany only such stockholders are allow allowed aJJowed alloweel ¬
ed to t vote at any meeting cf the stock ¬
holders as shall have been holders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the certificates of stock of the said saidCompany saidCompany saidCompany
Company in their own and proper propernames propermunes propernames
names for the period pel of fourteen days daysprevious dassprevious daysprevious
previous to any atockholters 3tockbol rs meeting
In order that all stockholders may m mhave
have an opportunity to have their stock stockthus st stockthus k kthus
thus registered in the books of the
Company the stock transfer books of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Company will be closed at close of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
business at 3 p m on Thursday the the9th the2th
2 9th th day of September Bit W and will willremain willremain willremain
remain closed until the close of busi business business bustness ¬
ness at 3 p m m on Friday the 14th day dayof dayof dayof
of October UM and all holders of stock stockas stockas
as aforesaid who shall be such at the theclose theclone
close of business on said 23th day of
September Septtm er 191 ISiS will be entitled to vote voteat voteat voteat
at the special meeting of the stock ¬
holders hereby called for Friday the the14th
14th day of October 1 1The 111t 111tThe ThWThe
The poilswill be open tram 12 oclock oclockm
m a until 1 oclock p p m mRespectfully mRespeetfullY InRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyBOXRD RespeetfullYDORI
BOXRD DORI OF DIRECTORS OF THE
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT COM
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