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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 3, llv Cnrrlrr. Itfl iil M. nth. Il Mull, AM ( rill, a Month. Mugl I ujilra, A ( rnU. TinKTv riiTir Yi:.it. Vol.. t'XXWIII. No. 1)1. 1913, VIVID STORY I UNFOLDED 10 PROBERS OF LOBBY One David Lamar Narrates at Great Length Tale of ,le markable Misrepresenta tions and Impersonations, POSED AS CONGRESSMAN TO FURTHER DECEPTION During Testimony, Witness Attacks Management Union Pacific, Charging Eighty Million Dollar Steal fV MONINl JOUNL C, L CAttO V,f) ! Washington, July -. A '"" "f : misrepresentation, impersonation of public lm-ii. mill organized el fort t j influence Willi street financiers, ,nil- nlily without parallel in tin- history of! coimressinnal im ostlgntion, win mi-i folded today before tin- senate lobby committee, i A prosperous looking, sclf-poss.s sod individual, calling himself DiiMil I-''-; mar, of New York, scll'-dese ribed iih J mi "operator In slocks." and lolniit- todly the Itanr of several assumed names, was. tin- l i-i 1 1 f I ! : I In the it- , uiarkablo session. With entire aban ilou, arousing the committee tn laugh- ; 1-r (it times by his. naive admissions, ' lie In!, I of hi Impersonations, Ills par ticipaiion in attempts to influenc Wall street operations, and his asso ciation with Hdward Luntcrbae h, a .Yew York lavv.vcr, in efforts to have, l.aiitol'baeh retained by the Mortal 11 firm, the I'nion Pacific and other; pl eat interests to head off coiikivs- j slonal activity in Washington. . : Me telei'hoiied to finam ial men and , lawyers lu the nanus of Fcpr.senla- ' tiv.- 1'aliiier and Fcpi i seiitnliv o Kior ilan. lie assumed tlie guise of Chair ing,, Mrl'fiiiiliH, of the dent, -ei"tl ie na tional cninniltlfo to tel, phone to Chairman llills, of the r -publican liutlor.al eoium.ttec. Lewis C.iss Ledyard, ef Ni-iv Yolk, counsel fur the MurKnii firm, was one of his attempted victims. Mr. I.ed yard cam'- to the witness stand today, I aimed with almost n verbatim account of all the conversations held with I.a lmir, who had represent, d himself us ( 'oiigt'ossni.in 1'alnnT. Ah he l ead the record of tlie conversations in them-; solves, 1 1 u HKiiii I in their tone, Lamar, i sitting nearby, , laughed and nodded, j savins "that's right" and slapping hifl leg ith oppnrcnt enjoyment. The. purpose ,,f his. impersonation!, ' Lamar contended, was to sc. uro rein-1 statement for li 1h friend, Kdward Lau- terbacli in the yood graces of the Morgan firm. Member.) of the committee tonight ! demanded tliiil Uniiir reniiin in Washington for reappearance toluol-i row. Jalvvard Lauterbuch, who re-I eently testified before the committee,, was recalled from New York by tele- : graph today, uud Henry li. Martin, a local man who li:is figured as head of I he "anti-trust league." also was htibpocliaed to appear. ( Lamar declared he prepared the resolution f0- the Stanley investign-: tion of the steel trust; that it. iv;ih glv, il to Martin, who gale it to C'oli- KI-eSHlllan Stanley. Sill So.plentl.V, lie, said, it was introduced in the house 1 by Mr. Sin n Icy with but a lew "tech-i nical changes" from lis original form, j Lamar denied that there hud been an attempt at cMoriinit money from any of the New y,.k financial men. The story evolved during the day,; mainly through the Ledyard te.-ti-, mony, Indicated that the latter had j seen various members f,r u,,. Mor-! gun firm, to tell them ,,f the ".steel : trust" in cstigalion resolution which Lamar had preoarod; but that none of the Morgan firm members would pay 1 any att, ntlon to the matter. or make any effort to stop It. I.amaf paved the way fur Lautcr badi to call upon Ledyard, according! to tin- testimony given by Ledyard and corroborated by Lamar. In an in terview on February )v, l'.!i::, between Ledyard and Luutorbach, the latter declared he came direct from Senator Stone, who represented Speaker I 'lark, and that he had a proposal to make to the Morgan Interests fur tin heading off of congressional activity against tin; Steel corporation. ; be-1 do- Senator Stone took th,. stand fore Ledyard luid finished and nounced tin- whole thing as a malic ious fabrication and u "common lie." Members of the senate committee ex pressed the belief that it was a fabri cation, and Lamar laughingly clinch ed the matter by breaking in' and admitting- there was no truth in the al legations, li,.. admitted that he had prepared tlie outline of the Conditions that should be submitted to tile stec! corporation attorneys; but he could give no explanation of his purpose. '"at llle whol,. thin,. Was a 1.1 ice. The story ,.,f h ' :'dvard had kept Lamar on the tinic until he Congressman 1 telephone tim,. after oul.l locate the real iliuer in Washington: e succeeded in kcttini: how he had one, rainier over th phone, when the on another tel, long distance telt bogus "I'almer" was rhone, and hoic j,c Shad finally traced the impersonator i to n telephone in Lamar's upnrtim nt Ion Hivcrsldo Ihlve, held the commit tee and spectators almost dumbfound !cd for more than an hour. r.iul I). Cruvatli, one of Hi,, at torney for the I'nlon I'aciflc, and Maxwell Kviirts, counsel for the Southern 1'neific, testified briefly as to their experiences witli t"e t''1' phone Impersonator. Imrlnif his testimony, early In tlie day, Lamar Interjected an nttnek upon the I'nlon I'acifie, claiming there had boon a falsification In book of the company In 1HU1 hy which over . niio.OiMi had dlsa)ipcared from Its sur plus. Mr t'mvath lllllll, diati Iv denied I ihi ., terming Lamar a "liar," a har- i ai .erizatlon which the ci nittee In- ! ,Nted should be withdrawn, t'ravath 'declared the iiltiuU l:ad been expect ' ed for several days, as u part of a bear raid to depress the ulue of the stock for speculative purposes. While Lamar was (in the stand. Chairman overman endeavored to make liim give Ills real Hume, but the witness refused. lie admitted under Mr. Overman's i questioning, that he had been In Den Ui r under the mime of David II. I.cvvbi but denied he had used the name of 'Simon Wolf. He said iJimar Was not his name, but declined to give 1 committee further information. Lamar's detailed charge that U'nion i'acifie railroad books ! been fol lied ill 1 '.Mil oil (III It' lll the (he had eov - re am! laid flooring x:,0'Uinii and that us on, Cill l.'nlin Loch and Company , II. Ilarrlman had itiu. late k the foundation of a gigantic loriune, astonished the coumilltee. When Lunar had finished, I'aiil 1. t'ravath, conns, I for tin- I nion pa cific, put In a prepared statement to the committee alleging th,i Lamar's charge concerning the $;,,mii,,iii.,i which amount is connected In the I'nion I'acil'ie surplus- was pari of a bear campaign to depress I'nion Pa cific stock of which tie- raili o ld's officials h. .nil (lavs. It 1MI7 authorized I'acifie to ic had knowledge for s, v - Lamar said Kus.-cll Sage 'lim to compel the Cnion pay the government S.'.s. boiuls Divini; It. Lamar, tor Forakir. cam.- to lUKi.nOH in Willi Sena Washington ml conferred it h rres- I nt McKinley. "We were I halgt'd pair of conscii nccles said Lamar, "but that with Icing a blackmailers, " had no effect on us." When Sage retired I roin businei-s in l'.uil, on Sage's recommendation. Lamar In came associated with James I!. Keene. Lamar said he warm d Keeiie vvJieii the latter was having I'nion I'acifie stock that the railroad would ruin him to pet reveng,, for Lamar's previous activity lie de tailed how' when Keeii" and his asso ciates had S IS.auU, iuIji in 1'nion Pa cific he took vt, -lis to enjoin the vot ing of ici'tain istoili .! that I". Ilarrlman would be compelled to bn;' Keene'H stock at a high figure. With Kcene's approviil lie retuined Lauter bach's law firm and paid :',',.(U'0. Lanteibach and Lamar came to Washington, paid Toraker a fee and i gaged him. When the injunction was finally decided against Keene, I'nion I'acifie stock went down and Keene and Ms friends lost most of their iorumcs. "As a result of tlie panic ol" t :miT," said Laninr, "Ilarrlman, Kuhn, I.och and Coinpany, the National City l ank and Morgan and Company lie came bound together as with an iron band. "For the purpose of rendering my (Continued on I 'age Two.) S Report of. Revenue Bureau Shows 18,000 Less Saloons and 7,500,000 More Gal lons of Whiskey Consumed, (BY MONlNa JOURNAL GfECIAL LCA5CD WiHE: Washlngloli, July :'. The American people drank more whiskey and beer, smoked inoiv cigars and cigarette:!, and chewed more tobacco during the fiscal year l!tt:l than in any other yearly period of the nation's history, according to estimates based today upon the record-breaking inturnal revenue receipts of the federal gov ernment for llle twelve months iiuling .lune Siith. The drinkers ,.,!' the country con sumed the enormous total of 1 IH.oi'ti. 'uiu gallons of whiskey and 1 randy, an increase of 7,Mui,(i,mi gallons over the previous jear and breaking the for mer high record of the fiscal year l'.diT by 7,;!0o.illP) gallons. Sist.v-ioiir million, five hundred thousand barrel-, of beer flowed dow n the throats of levers of tlie amber brew, exceeding Hill's great record by mole than 1. ,j,iO,UiiO barrels. Smokers puffed into spaced" 7 . T u 7 . -O'.iu.imu cigars, I i.tii L'.Ooo.Otiij .ig.ir cltes. This was -1 7,00u,0()'l cigars and :',7:oi,ium.0ii) cigiirettis more than ever before had been consumed in , single year. 1'atrons ,,f the pie snicked I'lil.'J'Ui.OUO pounds of to bacco, or ii, I iiu.hiu) pounds more than in the year llilJ. l'scrs of snuff like vise held their own. consuming 3:!. I'uO.Onn pounds, an In. teas,! of more than 8,il(ul,iii(i pounds over the pre vious year. 1 a spite the high record consump tion of intoxicants, returns to the in ternal revenue bureau show, without cNplanatic.n. that the number of sa loons of the country decreased by 1 S.000 during' the veai'. the li'iuoi dealers ritim'icring about i".""". DRINKING RECORDS A BROKEN B! AMERICAN NEBRASKA SENATOR BOLTS CAUCUS i TOBACCO I j Confusion ReiAiis in Democrat- ' ic Ranks as Result of Hitch- I rs f .. r- n cock s Detection horn Par - ty Discipline, SIMMONS AND KERN ISSUE STATEMENTS Indiana Statesman Declares Frantically All Membeis Favor Anti-Trust Legisla tion But Differ on Time, iwt MnRNina jount.A' kpicia1 tiioii.0 wont) Washington, July L'. When Sena t, r llitchca k, of Ncbr iska. vv itlulrcvv I'loni the democrat ie tariff caucus today because that body Voted down his amendment that vv,,ul, put a graduated income tax on toba' i ., pi... dlletioll, lie precipitated (lie liveliest tilt senate democrats hale had since they In gan consideration of the tar iff measure. Senator Hitchcock's revolt, which he later declared didn't mean that he had withdrawn from the paltv or that he would not support the party measure, served to determine that there ivilf be a binding resolu tion adopted by the cam ns pledging the senators to support the bill as ratified, to refrain -from Introducing any amendments not proposed by Flo finance ooiiuiiltte,. ma.liii ity and not to support any ami ndmeius otlercl from the republican side It was because in- aiu.cipal'd such a resolution that the .Nebraska sena tor announced that he could not re main in the can, us because he in tended to introduce his tub , i ,, t i auu ndiuelit in tne senate and to had a fiuht there for its adoption. Wlun ill tile coUIS" of his talk to the cau cus, the senator announced his de cision and the nason therefore many of his colleagues who had sup ported him in tlie vote on his amend ment, phiided with him to remain in the room. There was consider.! lite as senator alter senator exiiteliicnt urged Mr. Hitchcock not to I him that he cold o out, assuring be granted the privlhgc of bringing up his amend ment wit'iout taking such a drastic course. Son; tor Hitchcock declared, however, that there was no other course open, and left the room while the excitement w as at its height. The vote on the amendment was 2? to is, the senators supporting it being Ashurst, llaeoii. Clarke, of Arkansas; Fl teller, Hitchcock, llol lts. Kern, Lea, Marline, Myers, Xew lands, '( i' ionium, I'umcrcne, KoMii son, Saulsbiiry, Slniipard, Shields nnd Vardainan. All the iiiembcis of the finance cimmittoe voted against the amendiii, nt. After the excitement had calmed, Statements were issued by Sen:, tors Simmons, chairman of the finance committee, who opposed the amend ment, and Kern, chaliiiiiin "f the caucus, who supported it. Senator Simmons said; "The caucus dccllii.'d to adopt the so-called Hit,! ck amendment to the tariff bill principally because It did not consider it wise to attempt 111 n, tariff measure to deal with the trust evil. It was fell that the iru-t question should be dealt, with as it separate one. as soon ns it could be I i ached. "Moreover, consideration cannot now be given to it by the finance com mittee, tin- .aliens and the congress with, ml unduly delaying final uclion upon the tariff bill and disappointing the public desire." "The vote on Senator Hitchcock's amendment," Senator Kern said, "has n,. significance as iniucattiig any sym pathy Willi the tolaeeo trust or any other monopoly by any member "' any conference. nn the 'contrary, there was an unanimous sentiment in favor of drastic legislation on that subject. "Nearly all who oppose the re.-olu-tion. based their action upon the the ory that the tariff I ill should not he loaded down with general legislation, and especially with legislation direct ed against one trust and afl'e' ting none of the others. "All agreed that ci cry democrat!'' platform pledged on the subject ot trusts and monopolies should be lailli lully carried out by legislation care fully drawn for that puruosc" Tonight, tlie caucus adjourned un til tomorrow afternoon, when it will have before it the matter of extend ing; the date for the sugar tariff to be come, cflectiie. The majority of the finance committee Mill meet In Die morning' to consider the child labor .piestion, the time for making: clfee tiiv the wool schedule and Home odds and cuds of the bill. It was slated tonight, that there now' was no dispo sition in the committee to change the dale of effectiveness tor the wool schedule, and the recoiiiincndatiuii of the committee lor the caucus prob ably will be that the word rates be c, mo effective immediately after the passage (1f the bill. Modification of the amendment championed by Senators Hughes and Thomas to prohibit the entry of goods: manufactured by foreign child labor, j which was referred back to the fi-.' nance committee, is assured, it was indicated tobiglit that when the com AMENDMENT lillltee got thioiigh with It. the claim cannot be made that it was nn lin pidluiclit to American trade or a pro tection to the Ainctunii m.mul.n - tillers. I Senator Simmons said that the torn- j pletcd bill would I'o reported to the senate next Monday or Tuesday, to-' gethcr wllh the committee report aid that the caucus would complete con-1 i slderation of the measure ,,n I'l idav' or Saturday. I ONE IS KILLED AND TEN BADLY INJURED tr Mo it 1 HO JOURNAL M(,l4L LKAILD AiKI) St. I.ouis, July : -cm- in, in v : -' ' kl. "M "r""",,, ,ns";- K'''',r's ot others , at and bl in 'cd w hell a M is- "'t v-.uw tram, bound fr,.,,, si Louis to Kansas Citv, was vv reck.-il at r.crgcr, ai,... s,.vei,t-nve mii,-s ,,-( ef here at 1 1 o'clock I i, ta . The iiiglio- ov ertnriici', pinioning its driver. The llrcinan .lumped i leal of the vv re, k. bat vv .n injured Inti ra lly. The day coa, li aiv toppled ov , r. I dragging the mail car. el. air car anil hauklajo car from til.' l.llls. TheV I were only partly ov rturned, how, v,r c York I'olieeman (ooviitisl. N,' OI'k. Jill) ;l. I', til' J. iHltfv a former police M-re.n,t. w is lotunl guilty carle this morion , In c Jiirv of having acc.'i'leil iinaov from a ilarlem gambler In I'l- in for g I- ing immunitv from pole mt, rfe. epce. The Jury r t o i in . 1 II i v , rdicl ai i:::n hour'-' a. in., alter ilelib.'iat.ng eight BATTLESHIP SAVED ITS CRElfJ Engine Room of Loiiibiana Is Flooded and Heroic Efforts Aie Required to Pi event Foundering of VV a i ship, V MORN I N J IOU"NAL fcl'l . Newport. It. I., Jnly L L.AkID W.nt 'i'be bitiv- el v of the engine i o. battleship I.oiiiMana b ml of a dangerous pi. w In n a v alv c lu niu t tn .V .',' the Ipe.l tb" V . ssol lu aim nt toi I, iv 1, vv ,,1'f. , 1 1- ing the flat board . ngnie loom. Iin l ,1, lilally, Hie incident ga' . Captain Teinpliu M. I 'otts, who was yesterday dismissed by the naval "piucuing board" and retires tomorrow, a mem orable cxperlciic. at the close of his service. The beltlesnip was in Na ri aga nscl I hay overhauling hi r engines, the rush ot the sen through the pnssag.' opened I y the displacement of the bonnet car ried men off their le.t and forced th, m against the machiiu r.i , but tin y stuck; to their work. Captain I'otts sounded the call for collision drill, bringing eicry man aboard ship to ,iiarters, and automat ically closing the bulkhead doors. .i collision mat war put overboard, mat tresses and blankets were brought into use and waste In large .inutilities was Jammed into the hole, but all to ii" avail. Finally the pumps began get ting on the water in the room and the battling engine room force was able to cram into the hole a w.i-te can, heavily packed. This was .la, ke, se curely and the threatening Water was Stopped. When the accident happened the battleship was without sleain. onlv olio boiler being in use for minor pur poses While tile engillCS Wel'e beillg oVerha ulc I. As a lesult lugs had to be called upon to low the Louisiana to a position well In shore. So close via the battleship to llle b, ach that il vvu reported on shore that she had actu ally ben run upon the sand. Later, through the efforts m a diver, a lieu bonnet uas place! 'u, tin auxiliary overl u... I'd discharge i live, through which (lu- water had l i slid the eiigin, s iv ere started ami Ihc lal tl, ship st, allied back to her station without help. THOUSAND III AID OF GEI, SICKLES Prisoner in MaUeauan Con tributes Money With View to Starting Fund to Pay Gal lant Offieoi's Debts, IY MUMHtNCi Jfyl,.'HA (b'llisbu,"., p. Thaw. Ifoni in e has come to II,. (leu, 'llll Ii.iniel I . si'i :.,Ai H A'.ir. wi,'l i .lull II. ,11'. I', 11 ill .Mil lea nan. ll il.'l 1), ' 1.1 I I I Si ll. of Siekles, I le sclll a loti, ! tn Chaii iu.in Schooiiniiik, r ol the Feiiusyln, ma commission having charge ,,f lb,. . . icl, ration of the l it -tictli annivcis.il. of t,,c bailie of (id-t.v.-bui'g. In ivni.il Jl.ii'in in cash was cut loscl. Ill 'lie letter. Thaw wrote lhal he felt Ihe deep, si s.. mpatliv for (ion, ral Sickles because of 111,. 1 1 1 isfo I I II II ,s that had come t,, him in his old age. This K.vmpathv , t In- writer declared was heightened bv the fact that Thaw had two uncles in the union army and am, ther relative in the southern aiiii.i. These i ircuinst. niees, Impelled him. he wrote, "to offer a thomand dollars with which to start u fund for the payment of the debts of a gallant union officer who has. In his old age, been bowed tv linuncia! nii.-f ortunc." BY BRAVERY OE THAW G TERRIFIC THUNDER STORM SWEEPS BATTLEFIELD DeafeiMii:; Claps of Thunder and Flashes of Lkhtninu Not Unlike Doomm- of Can non of Meade and Lee, HEAVY RAIN SENDS THERMOMETER DOWN I Fifty Thousand Vetei.ms (i.ith I eied in Reunion Timl Slip- pei y Giound Prefeiable to j Heat and Dust, r MORNING JUURNAL SPCCIA1. 1 1 k h U . H t i ietivsliui u. 'a., .Iiih U 'I or.. I'.llle b 1 1 1 g storm swept dirwn out of the ridge ov , r the pi , tea u of , I, It.v lodaV , III lllgilli: Heeded feli, f to t hoio a lids of vet, in ns in Moo gi ., v . who ha v . sw et. r, ,1 for da i s in an ai in, sphel e t ha t w OVER HISTORIC llic'tl and s. r I ii, ,i;t to a fir less cooker. W hi, 1 ( ll) of fid. 'Mill "Id For more than a , unit' pouring ,low n i da ngei oils I n a nn. I vvcarv men, h i II hour tlie l a in upon the sun i racked and wind swept ciuampmcnt ground. II charged with violent thumb ring over the ground lb ,t I'lokolt covered In li:!. Its salvos of thunder were like the booming guns of A. ado and la c. but the tiler 1 1 1 o i , n ti r dropped Willi iv omb; : nl lit . lid llle hi nlng . l ai , f bum, ,I.H. th. ' of Its Itlii . 1. -III Hie laugh i d of the M ol m w a , d the dust in clouds. a vi ml lliat e,l,l bllllded Foe V el. I ; thoughtful st iii rv lash them ,l,,vi n. had lu'l folgolteii li,,l a tent was 1. 1 i . ports ,- litiiv. ,1 t ins and made the tor I In ir louts to Tin v how i d tin y Hi, oi,l davs. for ,vv ii ov , i . so far as tnigltb and liol a veteran was injure, w In re the form. 1 1 , ' 1 lie a riu i of vv ork n ta, e of I he storm t and pi, I ale for the I bev have vv atclicd I. At the big tint vercl.-, s w, le held. u II hill I It ,1 ill III" o put up its Mile unusual. For dav s for the coming ol a big wind, and mil, have been sla 1 lionet p. tie i tight if tin wind rose above a gentle bicc-c. I'reiliclioin' 'have been made thai a sudden gus' j w mild lift the canvas ami the poles high into the air and spread d.struc- 1 ion in Its path. j Tonight the veterans were really j able to enj.ii th. m.'-eli s for the ! lirst time since th.lr arrival, although the ground was slip p, ry. the roads ; a half Inch deep in mail that once j was dust and the grass was m l and 1 i n co ii i f . rt a b le. "Ills was military day at the big tent, but eomparativ t ly few V ctcrans ! appeared to listen to the speech mak ing and to hear the band- play "Tur- I key In Ihc Straw ." "( dd Fd.u k Joe," j and olh, r airs. Colonel Andrew' c : i i I It-. K.v.: acted as pi I the dav and he t"l, I t hat brought smili s t i, wan. of l.ouis , siding officer ot s,.Vc nil Hlories ,, the lips of his ,an was all "f- ; h al crs. Colonel i 'ovva ! li, or ill a union ball, I v whieli played jit part III the ' ( in the thit ;, tiisburg' il day of th Caliipa battle ign. ," he said, "Iw f my officers v eleiv ridge. I re w, mil, I iii'iit with ll heroic pursuit "I !,. : I llelll i, :i ho. I'llal nearby I I I 1 I., II with mv batlcrv lu , I Well to one nnd I, Id him thai , v el .v thing poss ,c would be done that I tecll ill a for him. 1 'I vv ish v on would sec lo it ,,,, rcpoils go mil Unit I have u ..lllt.l. d 111 -,ti,l. '.Mv "ifc. iS ,1, lu.il million and I'm afraid li slu heard about il. it might kill In r.' tteut to the .be I"!' m charge ami l,,ld him the st.irv and he promised to do all he could Tivouti -three u'.iis lad" that union doctor was sitting in his office lu I'lainli, Id, N. .1 . I forget his naiiic. when a lim- walked in. ' I in, t,,r ' he said. 'I want to halo lour hand. I am g"iug to school tl Frliu ton and tn'. lather til I came up ere, lo 1. his III'"'. Mill Itlii", .ok Ml Up. aid you : I),,, tor.' li. III bib' I'olollel I'ttVVall bl. .light i, ins to their roc, vv lo n h piaise Major Noriio'v b', C- loll l'l, the olllcf olliceis , 1 11 lll-lnc Who coil, ill, t the III" e beg: I pi. I ill if the big - Ha amp. fa me "Tllev have earned 'di, Inline .,.,1 He 111,,,!: llielll from lli iiotl ,,1 our heal Is," he said. ( 'olon, I I ' an t timed in III, .,, the Japanese SI I 1 1. , I i ol I . ua v ' "We ought lo build lv lol everv oil'' laid do'V'll lleshlp J.l pa II,' b I, said, ami th" in and again. I lie s, aeoil'd 1 I' !! , It VI ithoUt pl'ot' ,'tit be prepared lo ileiii iilhcr speakers o viajor ( b'l", ral Join tel alls ehol 1'' '' rile people oil Igllt not I" I" We ought I, ,l peace." t 'if ,1.1 V vver. F, Fiook I a n nsv Ivan la .-, arboroiigh, a, ul cuan t Finale Islal tnii s of 111, Furry I hi Ik I I l ee.,1,1 Jl.'lin North i 'aroiiini. , i nor Fui i liin eiiri seiitin-T I'" 11,1 ol i r- : till .i)ld the south, uf Washington, road .iii"oln's Co Hysburg . h rant (lovernor Fur. J... id,-, I hit w it li the (me of the most, r dilross. I. mil liard made a et, runs, til, likable I'U'- , in .amp today was that of I oral Fnnkhauscr. of Virginia, vv Ii ll- is 7 it vcars old, but who was vig roil' enough in the li,,t sun b lb, hcadq I.ra '.". "f a no . "i, Friaadier j licncral llunt-r Liggett and pay i , -jt' ts h'"' ! haired old Confederate loutiltt all through the d tile genelal (lf the and his subordinate of- I leerM VV It h Ills stories. "At the battle of Kelt Stedman," he said, "mv regiment, f,,r I was a colonel then, charged the fort In the h, art of I H ake's lines and captured It. I saw we could not hold the po sition and I told my men they could do what th-v started back, way from tin in officer i. ui he veiled ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 l: 1 1 1 b pleased. .Many of us Just as we got a little fort In a sunny load, up to m, 'Surrender,' vv as a r, 1. and , I said ! I'm a vv Y,t ai ,- v "i talking ab.mt 'Surrender,' In I'nion ofii.ei Just then oin a Coiiieilor.it!'.' I au.iin, I'm .-. want von '.word and !of mv hois , -nn,- running up. lie 1 hail his bavcnel in his rifle and I 'turned to him. Jali v. no bavonet Into 'this dauiiieil Yankee if h- don't sur ! l ei'der,' 1 said. He Jabb, d it unaiiist the Yankee's Mil.- and be passed hi' . ol d ov ,T, 1 didn't 1- l,,i,g. though." ailer a i.,ic lit, s lat V I ll op him pi .. oner V ci .v i "hi 1 1 n , Ho ti-in ial "A I i nit I In i e m I li nt s im n , a me along I look lb, i .o t h.o k and Ic VV il'i VV li ll had i , I ami other; I It." is an ii to . vv as of Ci pi i-i on n mi . w In all tin '.1.0 III. lie, lb l i d tb 1 vv a l : - .lis in i- and. iil inr, flolll li e .- lloW - fold it till" lin ing .'1 the ,e th . i.l. I v, I, i vv il line He- s I h,ir I. ems I'll II llo-r ,'ltv - , lit iivlv Velel.ua ill grav, uilg. Mb is alios b, ,l,e -', one jl bill , in, t don ii ei Meialh f and al'l.-r ,11.1 the own in In one tour of in tin tow 11 tllev hit upon a w all,, ,1 h .nil In Si ll. IIIC. 'I'll, V through th, i stor, . bought ; (nets to a haiilwarc hat. lo t and tramped e and a li hiini . d tip I'uIm Its iir to t the I , lllll '.'f 111 the am! mi hot." the Vet. -burg ti e battlelleld loody angle l'e. a iled I f s ground ther, re , ml, races 'I'll ,v In , id. dug a hoi, until wall teals 1 "bill ted the hab , Thousands of camp and Colli rails left the day for theil Ilium s, llv will and t hous -mils more piohrb leave tomorrow. The arms olliceis in charge threw a cordon oi er Hi, roads b ailing out today and i xainltii ,1 the baggage Manv gov ernment blank' Is supplied for Fie .iinpmct'l on i d. many ' w ,'l , "'''' and! se . hav e b, , l) I , ported islng their return rail- 11(1 I lie uill'.i ttl lit d is. I i clot a ns b road tiel;, Is tn h l cans e of tile ill.ll.lll'v to plll pol'l. no, II that C.oveiuol notified Cneral Liggett, , base Ii Tom r t, the I lilted St ihargc ol the tcs ill 111 V otlleef III camp, thai the slate of I'elllisv lv alii. I w ill fare of all v tenuis their tickets, no matt of the Fulled States pay the return who have lost T In what part they reside. I i in-- "f the pi ! the celebration I morrow at the tiircsiiue events of is scheduled for lo Idood'' ancle, when the lllllot ctl'H I sides ', niisv 1 v a n l-i brig. .',! the arm:', and Mil ' i'.'o s of I'lck- divlsion, will form on opposite of the hi., in- wall where the charge stopped. Thev will charge as best they can with their burden of .vear.s, but when they reach the wall they will stop and shake hands, (m this spot they expect to pick out a location for a J (UHld monument which they hope to have eongrcssj erect there. I (icticral Aiiilnvv J . lli'Hi, oi .Miaiiia, who Is to represent the governor of ii gia at lomoi row'H cm rcls, si was presented with a silver loving cup to day by the Ceorgia delegation. Judge lleolge linjvoul, of tleol'gl.l, lllillle the presentation speech. FOUR KILLED THREE INJURED T Seven Deai Persons of One Family I or Seriously Hurt as Result of Automobile dine; on Oiled Road, Skid- HIT MljffMN.l JCUt'NAf. SI. I ..mis, Jnlv le Lille. i, ,l injured in an a ar lo ! tonight. .lint )y of llle s vc. allJii. s i ialii III 'I'll.' ,b M Its. iinic lam 1 and mi" the citv . nil- ll.W'll. Si i m ii i; 1 ' I ' F M i;s. Ai.FI Her nioihei I'l.FiiTIIV old. FI.AM'lll'; monllis old. Tin- injured I i.i v , :-',,iii ii FT A Si i.vi M 1:1; I- MAFIF vl M i : Us ' ideal llitlll'e colllp Fildie Hi 1 11.'. I.e., 111,1 s. Th, "ll- d ; bridge Fit 1. 1, libel .Mi machine skidd o.ol jin l after , and foiled ilov new ii an enibanl I'.' III. I'UI'.l ing u 11 I In- up; consul Mi souillicl S red i lost la ic was ul h iisia ititilu! women i sin t,,l leailcr t. ,tid ll u .Medical Soelclv Silll-teps I I ic.llliailll. Feilia, July 2. The Fcrlin Medical socicly. at a meeting today, rejected. ! by an overwhelming majority, the re ',U,si of Frof. Ludwig Sohltiioh. the associiitc of l.'riederich F. l-'rlcl- ,iii,. that Ihe society appoint a eoni of four to tesl the Frlodinaiin . i'..,. t ulicreoloHts In any wliv might appear to it most udvl:;- tiiiti, ., which able. The grav general, who war, ,le!!:ht. newer iirmv AGC E ROOSEVELT SPEAKS ON ORGANIZATION . AND AIMS OE HOSE Indulges in Sharp Criticism of Wilson Administiation and Refers to Strike in West Viiginia Coal Fields, STRONG NAVY FOR U. S. IS URGED BY COLONEL Cun."rcssmei) Necessary Aie Scored Honor of Ai Who Refuse Appropriations as Enemies of neiican Nation, ! MDRNtNO .IOMWNAC rll IflV.D Wlrl Newport, ll. I., July ;, Faked clams and battlcsliips, oratory, both patriotic and political and navy or GUI gi'ea'inainl apprentices Were combined to hand, day III the iiaiy day program of the national progressiva, conference. I 'nlv the vvciith r was disappoint ing, tlie Intense heat making the at tendance smaller than had been ex pected. In the big t.nt at Newport bcioli, where Theodore Koosevelt de livered his morning speech on "The American Navy." the temperature was In the nineties. It was a little more endurable hi the coin cut Ion hall, whir., a large crowd first par took of a In ill bake and heard Roose velt and other party lenders discuss party matters. Tomorrow, there will be more speaking and committee con ferences. Koos.v elt's navy speech was a pica tor the maiiiteniiiue of nn nde. uuate naval strength. He mid that In Int. riiatlotml relations, the only safe coins,, for the American people was to "combine absolute courtesy and Just ice toward other nations w ith that preparedness for war which Is Hi"' only sure means of averting war." In his ,-ecoud address, the colonel discussed progressive politics, Uutcd from the party's ph tfoiin of the year, and said that this declaration of prin ciples would be lgcoKnU'd In the future as one of ihe gr'.'.'t triumphs In American politics. Former .Senator Albert J. Iteverldge of Indiana, discussed coiinitvuIIoii, monopoly and tariff. The speech of 11. 1". Fridge, pro-gre-slie national committeeman from M Issl.-sippl, was Iiotli pi rsunal and reminiscent. He described political conditions: In the south, and ended w ith a plea to the federal fan eminent lo grant to darkle daddies and darkle mammies over 70 ycui'B of age, a pen sion of $;! a month. A drill and parade of Ihe naval up plclillciH at the naval training' sta tion brought the day' celebration to a close. The demand ill the first national platform of the progressive parly for regulation of corporations and com binations to Insure their doing Jus tice to their rivals, to their customers, : , 1 1 1 1 to their employes, has been em phasized. Colon I Theodore Roose velt declared this afternoon at Ihe I. clam 1 iik,1 which opened the nation al confer, nee of Fie progressive par ty, by vv'.iat has occurred since elec tion in ,hc West Virginia bituminous. I , oal I'. Ids. In opening hi:, spec h, Colonel Coosevclt pointed to Ihe plogl'csslv e platform upon winch he ran for the prcsiilciicv last fall as a document which upholders of social and in Olislli.ll justice in 111." future will fc eognue iis on, of the g't'eat docu ments of American political liislorv. I' rum It, h" cited two demands the I'usi that the national government nn. Itii. ike on a gigantic scale the work of iiaiiic-sing the flood waters of the nhio and .Mississippi rivers. lining for that purpu.se, the outfit 1 1 bill has been used ill the constl'lic .tnaimi Itioii of tile Fuiiaiua canal. The sec )u i s,,n ond d, inaii, I already referred tn. Col- i s, rioii-- j oii, Foosevclt illicit, upon at eon lo.'itbiil : -ail, r.ible length. lie quoted from in, 'label : : , onri ,1. i isions il ml declined that he "f I ' u i: h, ,1 lie could lllllk the lllcll Ot' ii 'iii so-i propel ly understand that In lighting such decisions nnd such conditions as :iu West Virginia he was fighting against anarchv in favor ol law and older and for property. I "The niter futility of the plan of action, or rallicr non-action, advocat i,,l lu bolh the repul'licati and demo i ,tiiti,' plalforms last year and chris ten..! by i'l'esid. nt Wilson w ith niag- j niloiilcnt vagueness 'the new' li'ee i Idotu,' has been strikingly i how n bv 'what has thus occurred in West Vir jeiuia." Colonel FonscvcIL declined. I "'The new freedom' is nothing' what ' !, vet' but the right of tile strong to 'nrev noon the wcuk, of the big men ID.,., ...... no, I In shield , , 1 1 I U- , , , o- nil., tit ' - ! 'their i 1 1 1 , 1 1 i t y hcneaih the cry that liny ale c, icising lrecdoin. Colonel Itoos. v . It's speech this alt it noon sounded the keynote of th progressive policies' and opened till discussion of party ideals and, ideas that will continue two days. Jtcfer ring again to President Wilsons ar ticle on "The New- Freedom," Colo nel llooscvclt said: "A careful Htidy of the articles that have appeared by President Wil son dealing Willi this subject since. lie was president ttiia left nn some what puzzled as to what, ho really docs mean, but of course. I assume I hat there, must be meaning', and if this ussitmplion is warranted, then tho new' freedom' mcana nothing I, .