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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1912.
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ULTIMATUM SENT
CAPT. PAUL BECK
AT HOSPITAL HERE
MORE THAN THREE
MILLION PI OUT
TO CLERKSTODAY
Uncle Sqm's Workers Get
Their Money "Before
Holiday.
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TOKENS TO KELLEY
PUT DAMPER ON
TO JELL REVOLTS
Georgia Senator Says Act
Was Without Legal
Authority.
AT
United States Will Not tol
erate Delay in Gibson
Incident.
Chairman of National Dem
ocratic Committee Prac
tically Deposed.
Veteran Flier to Undergo
Operation Ordered to
Regiment.
Deputy at Pension Office to
Visit at Home Before
&. Settling Here.
1 Censures Taft BACON SCORES TAFT
FOR SENDING FORCE
WILSON
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DEMANDING
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Leverett M. Kelley. Bcaond deputy
commlEsloner of the Pension Office,
went out of offlce today as the result
of the House Democrats falling to
provide salary for the office he1 hus
held for the past fifteen years.
As a token of the love and esteem
In which he Is held by the employes
of the Pension Office, hundreds of the
clerks shook hands with the deputy
commissioner and expressed their sor
row at seeing him go. He was pre
sented with a handsome bunch of
American- Beauty roses, orchids, lilies,
and other flowers. In addition to this
he was given a valuable suitcase.
These gifts were pluced on Captain
Kelley's desk early this morning us a
pleasant surprise when he came to
work. From 9 o'clock until noon his
office was crowded with Ills officials
and employes, all wishing him a God
speed. The Democrats, following out their
declaration to economize, provided
only for one deputy commissioner after
the first of September.
Captain Kelley was born In Schenec
tady, N. Y., September 28, 1841, and was
educated In the county schools there
and also at Blerolt (Michigan) College.
From Blerolt he went to Illinois and ut
the outbreak of the civlt war enlisted
In Company A, Thirty-sixth Illinois
"Volunteers, serving as a corpora), ser
geant, first lieutenant and captain. He
distinguished himself at the battle of
Missionary Ridge, when as a sergeant
he led a charge over me Dreasiwoino
of the Confederates.
In 1S67, 186S and 1874, he was sheriff of
Kane county, Illinois, and In 1878 was
made Indian agent at Standing Rock
and Los Pines leservatlons, In which
capacity he consummated an Impoitant
treaty with the Indians of that section.
He became a division chief at the
Pension Office In 1889, and In 1897 was
madfe second deputy commissioner In
which capacity We has been until today.
In speaking of the future, Capt. Kel
ley said: "I hate to leave my good
friends here. It makes me sad to
part with them. As to future plans
I probably will go Jnto the real estate
business in Washington, but before do
ing this I will spend a few weeks on
my plantation In Elgin, Illinois."
FOREIGNERS INVOLVED
IN RAID ON COINERS
French Police Sweating Suspects
in Chinese Counterfeiting
Scheme.
SHANGHAI. Aug. 31.-That very
prominent men. Including foreigners as
well as Chinese, were Interested In the
counterfeiting plant seized recently in
the French settlement, was rumored
here today. The French police aie
sweating the sixty Chinese 'workmen
arrested In connection -with the raid.
They promise an international sensa
tion it they succeed in mamng out
cases against the suspects "higher up."
Since the revplutlon China has been
Hooded with counterfeit lepubllcan
notes to an enormous amount prob
ably millions of dollars. They cannot
be told even by exports from the genu
ine money, which Is rather crudely exe
cuted. Exhibition at Sherbrooke.
SHEIIBKOOKE. Quebec, Aug. 31. Can
ada's Eastern Exhibition was opened
here today and will be continued
through- tho coming week. In the num
ber and variety of its attractions tht
exhibition this vi-ar eclipses all of 1U
predecessors. Several largo buildings
are filled to overflowing with attrac
tive dlxplays of manufactures, frultd
and floweis, agricultural products and
live stock. Aeroplane flights and an
excellent racing program aie among the
added attractions for the visitors.
MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM THIS LIST
PETWORTH HOMES
Built by DAY LABOR,
which compare favorably with
houses at much higher prices.
Six spacious rooms and bath,
hot-water heat, electric light,
large yards.
PRICE, H,400
813 Webster St. N.W.
Sample House.
BEAUTIFUL
CORNER HOME
On one of the best residen
tial thoroughfares in the city.
Six rooms and bath, reception
hall, hot-water heat, electric
light, porches. All new features
that make the home attractive
and comfortable.
PRICE, $5,250
3647 New Hampshire Ave. Nw.
Sample House.
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SENATOR A. 0. BACON.
SPEAKER OF HOUSE
SAYS REPUBLICANS
CANNOT 1 MAINE
Declares Democratic Chance
of Victory Never Better
Since 1892.
BAR. HARBOR, Me.. Aug. 3l.-Speak-er
Champ Clark left Maine today after
a strenuous campaigning tour of two
days. Ho declared William T. Haines,
the Republican candidate for governor,
represented all the Intel eats that have
loaded the high price of living on the
whole country.
Speaker Clark today addressed Massa
chusetts Democrats at the big outing
at Canoble Lake, Mass. He left Maine
confident tho Republicans would lose
both the governshlp and the legislature.
"The Republican narty promised tariff
Jevlston," said the Speaker, "and had
the opportunity to make good that
pledge. Thev failed when thev had a
majority of their own in Congress and
a President of their own to sign the
bills. They increased the tariff rates
and with this lnciease the price of
llvlnc increased.
"The Republican candidate for sover
nor Is allied with those interests that
killed our tariff bills In Washington.
Ills defeat will be a rebuke to the ad
ministration that destioyed these bills.
Because of the Republican broken
promises on the tariff. Democratic pros
pects were never better Blncc 1S92."
Fall of Four Stories
Only Stuns This Boy
After a headlong fall of five floors
down an elevator shaft, Leonard Vlnc
burg, a seventeen-year-old lad of
Hyattsvllle, Md.. Is today recovering
from a few minor Injuries received. In
cluding a lacerated scalp. His escape
fiom death Is a puzzle to physicians of
Emergency Hospital.
The boy Is employed as a helper in
an engraving plant In the Central Na
tional Bank building, Kit Pennsylvania
avenue northwest. He walked Into the
elevator shaft, thinking the cage was
on the top floor. He stepped Into space
and fell down the shaft to the top of
the cage on tho first floor. Manager
Helm rushed down to the second floor
and dragged the boy onto the floor, hlR
wife summoning an ambulance, it was
thought he must have been killed In
stantly. Vlneberg was merely stunned by tho
fall, and when he recovered declared
he was not srlously hurt.
IN INGLESIDE
At a reduction of $1,250, a
new residence of six rooms and
bath, hot-water heat, electric
light, hardwood trim, good yard.
Overlooks a $70,000 property.
PRICy4,000
Easy Terms
1851 Newton St. N. W.
Sample Hoube.
IN EXCELLENT SECTION
NEAR LINCOLN PARK
You can purchase a new six
room and bath home substan
tially and attractively built, on
terms easier than rent. Every
modern and up-to-date conven
ience and improvement. Hot
water heat, electric light, hard
wood trim, parquetry floors.
Only $100 cash required.
PRICE, $3,350
26 16th Street S. E.
Sample House.
ATLANTA, Ga., Aug. 31. Senator A.
O. Bacon, of Georgia, today scathingly
criticised President Taft for ordering
American boldten to Nicaragua. Ho
denounced Tcft'M order as "contrary to
the Constitution and without any au
thority of law."
"In my onlnlon the Bending of from
1.000 to 4.000 troops consisting of Infantry
marines and armed sailors Into Nlcar-1!
t... !,.. Uio.l.lnnt without nuthorllv I
fiom Congress 1b not only without tho
luw. but absolutely In violation of the
luw," said Senator Bacon.
I "Of course It Is recognised that under
certain circumstances sman Domes oi
marlnts may be landed In a foreign
country, for Instance, to protect Ameri
can consulates, but that U a very dlf-
ferent matter from sending an army
into a foreign country to take aides be
tween two contesting factions within
that country.
"If 3,000 to 4,000 troopo can be sent
why not 30,000 or 40,000 or any greater
number? The larger force could be Bent
by him with .equal propriety anu jua
tlttcatlon into some other country, Mex
ico for Instance. Thoro Is-just as much
authority for the President to send 60,
000 soldiers into Mexico as to Bend 3,000
men Into Nicaragua.
"If such action Is really necessary
then It is the duty of tho President to
report the matter to Congress and
have Congress authorize tho movement,
that duty 1b vested in Congress by the
Constitution ana not to mo i'rcsiuenu
"It is a dangerous power to bo exer
cised by any one man and tho Consti
tution carefully denied It to the Presi
dent and vested It in Congress alone.
"In Nicaragua, I have no doubt, tho
whole proceedings la in the interest of
some American capitalist, who have
loaned money to the existing govern
ment and who would lose their money
should tho government be overthrown.
"The Senate has appointed on Inves
tigating committee and the whole mat
tor will be sifted from top, to bottom."
Sergeant Roberts
Is Improved Today
Eugene E. Roberts, first sergeant of
Company B, First Infantry, District
National Guard, who would not allow
tt'nhold, vaccine to bo Injected Into
him during tho guard's recent maneu
vers and has been critically III with
typhoid. Is reported much better today.
It Is thought the crisis has been pasno'l
and the fever Is broken.
Sergeant Roberta was one of the few
men who lefuscd to be vaccinated, and
It Is noted that nono of those who al
lowed the precaution have been troubled
with tho disease.
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243, 245, and 247 9th Street N. E.
Only $4,750
In terms that are .emphatic the Unit
ed Slates Government has notlllcd tho
Cuban government that "absurd delays"
lu meting out Justice to Enrique Maza,
the reporter who attacked Hugh 8. Gib
son, Ameilcnn charge d'affaires at Hav
ana, will not bo tolerated.
Following a conferencu with Senor
Martin Rlvero, Cuban minister to Wash
intrtnn. and Acting Secretary of State
Huntington Wilson, it became known
that this country has made a nnai ulti
matum to the Island republic.
The State Department takes tho posi
tion that the campaign of vluperatlon
that has becomo general In he Cuban
press as -a result of the Maza assault,
can only bo quelled by the government
making public tho truo facts attending
tho settlement of tho Rellly claim of
S5&9.000.
As a mattor of fact Minister Rlvero
has been informed that his government
must publish tho truo facts of tho cak.
The garbled accounts of tho negotia
tions wnicn iook piace ueiwBcn
Gibson and tho Cuban cabinet have
i ii.. tMAflm nt Inflnmlncr thn tlllnlln
mind in tho island and grave complica
tions are threatened.
The American legation at Havana is
In possession- of tho facts In the caBe,
but could hardly take tho Initiative In
publishing them. ...
A high official of tho department again
pointed out today that even in China
before tho Christian era, and even
among tho savage Indians there was a
code of honor which prohibited the de
famation of character and vituperation
of peaceful envoys. Mr. Gibson Is being
cendemntd on all sides In Cuba simply
because he performed his duties In col-
i..Ailnn it. Annrln'n rlnlm tfint WAS
valid and due him for services rendered.
Cuban Government
Continues to Waver;
Writer Again in Jail
HAVANA. Aug. 31. The Cuban gov
ernment continued to waver today bo
tween its fear of antagonizing locul
nntl-Amedcan sentiment and its re
alization of the hopelessness of defy
ing the United States.
Enrlquo Maza, who assaulted Ameri
can Charge d'Affalrea Hugh S. Gibson.
Ih locked up for tho third time, but
the persistency with which he has
been released leaves no doubt that
Secretary of State fiangully wantB the
case against him dropped and would
drop It If Gibson would let him.
Todays newspapers are mure ven
mous "than over In their attack on
Gibson and Americans here sav they
do not Jjjlnk his life safe. For the
support they have gjven him, other
foreign representatives are also In
disfavor.
The Greatest
'"SWl
Home
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Wti
New
,Six Rooms and Bath.
Hardwood Finish Through
out. Parquetry Flooring.
Electric Lights.
Large Lots with Large Park
ing to Alley.
Double Porches, 7 by 16 ft.
Open Daily and Sunday and Lighted
Until 9 P. M.
IHOWEN&TKM
(Continued from First Page.)
than the Democratic and there are even
rumors that the highly protected Inter
est are not coming up with campaign
funds In the wav that was expected.
In view of the Tuft tariff vetoes. The
textile Interests were confidently
counted on for unusual liberality, but
In view of the Indictment of u high
official of the Ametlcan Woolen Com
pany for alleged complicity In plots to
plant dynamite In Lawrence and have
It "discovered as evidence against the
strikers, It Is feared that contributions
from the high tariff people will be hard
to get and of doubtful utility.
Worrying the Republicans.
What to do about the growing strength
of the now purty Is giving worry to
the Republican managers even mor.i
than to the Democratic. In New Yoilt
and New England, It is especially noted
that working people, those of foreign
birth, and the mass of smaller business
men tend moro and more decidedly to
ward tho Progressive parly. Those
same elements are even Btronger for
the Progresslye cause In tho West.
The Taft people expected that Pen
rose's story about tho campaign fund
of 1901 would greatly strengthen th
"regular" cause. It hasn't. Instead, It
has produced tho Impression that Roose
velt Is the onu man whom tho pcoplb
can tru"t. That is tho sentiment ro
llected by expressions of tl)u great
rnasB of day-by-day people, whose
votes chance to count lust as strongly
as those of tho men higher up In tbi
business world.
Everybody who goes to New York
leaves with the observation that It Is
posslblo to hear plenty of Roosevelt
and Wllt-on talk, bat little about Taft.
The Democratic manazer have been
greatly disappointed by the failure of
me J'cnrose campaign iunn stones v
produce any striking effect on public
opinion They banked a good deal on
It at first, but Colonel Rooaovelt. by
turning It to his own advantage, mad
more apparent than ever that the fight
Is really between him and Wllstn.
Robbed of Thousands
On Pullman Sleeper
WASHINGTON, Ga.. Aug. 31.-LocaI
hanks liuvo been notified that F. M.
Luxtot', of Charlotte, N. C, hao been
robbed of 13,000 In cash and In checks
while afclf'i In a Pullman car, between
Atlanta and Charlott-.
Mr. I.-iton Is vice pres'dent of a com
pany which Is putting In a new electilc
plant ln-.i. and Mie money was In pait
payment I,y the city of Washington for
that worlv.
Four tl ousaml d'tllais of the money
was In the shape of a cashier's check,
and the rest In currency.
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Holland Window Shades.
Side-oven Gas Ranges.
Extra Large Closets.
Mirror Doors.
Floors Planed and Oiled.
Paved Streets and Sidewalks.
Room for Garage or Stable.
Three Styles of Houses.
Capt. Paul Beck, for two yearn a
flier of one of tho Curtlss biplanes of
tho United states Army, is at the
Walter Reed Hospital, where he haB
undergone an operation for appendicitis.
Physicians at the hospital assert his
condition 1b good and that he Will be
among his friends within the next ten
days.
Recently the War Department or
dered Captain Beck back 'to lJs regi
ment on the ruling that list., had been
anay from It four years. He was given
a ten weeks' leave of absence and while
in New York recently was stricken
with appendicitis. He came to Wash
ington and went to the Walter Reed
Hospital where tho operation was suc
cessfully performed.
The veteran aviator's flights about
Washington and at .the Aviation School
are well remembered. HeTls considered
one of the' best Curtlss fliers In (he
Army. On one occasion he turned down
a 50,ftt offer made by Glenn" Curtlss
provided ho would turn professional and
become an exhibition filer, but this of
fer was refused. Captain Beck feeling
that his duty was to the army. It is
probable that within the next few
months the War Department will re
consider tho order sending him back to
his regiment. '
New West Point Head.
WEST POINT, N. Y., Aug. 3J.-CoI. C.
P. Townaley. recently In command of
he Portland, Me., artillery district, to
day assumed the duties of Huperlntcn
dent of the United States Military Acad
emy. .
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District and departmental employe
received their monthly stipend today, In
stead of on the first of the month, ow
ing to the fact that September 1 is Sun
day and September 2 Is Labor Day.
All employes on annual salaries wfro
paid but those wot king on a per diem
bnls will not be. paid until next week.
Isburslng officers loosed their purse
strings at noon, and had their work
well out of the wfcy by the time em
ployes were ready to embark oh their
Saturday afternoon 'holiday.
Government clerks practically get a
two-and-a-half day holiday, though tha
operation 'of tho calendar; ri executive
order, and Congress, not having to re
turn to work until Tuesday morning.
Clerks who did not care to draw their
salaries because they 'had 'no' place to
put the money were few and far -between.
Manyof them do their banking
with Institutions remaining open Sat
urday afternoon while others thought
their money safe- with creditors and
made a money-strewn path anions
them.
Those who do their banking with in
stitutions which closed, at noon will be
forced to hide their pelf where thieves
will not enter nor rus set Its teeth un
til Tuesday morning'. Amusement pro
prietors expect to .relieve clerks of both
change and anxiety next Monday when
the Labor Day fete Is in full swing.
To many clerks who desire to make
something of a festlva) of Labor Day
lie pavment of wages' and salaries to
day was a great convenience. The
35.000 Government clerks paid today
carried about $3,150,000 out of Uncle
Sam's treasury. .
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School Open All Summer. Private and-cltrt
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