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MHTBCKY IUKSS AkbOCIATlON
Ii Awl atotLatham
Aviator Latham probably could
cover the distance in two jumps
However we do not propose to got
Into a war just to discover how the
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iaeroplane will act
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We wonder if Mars is as much In
terested in our flying machines as we
are in Its canals
One agricultural college out west
is reaching the scientific way to milk
i a cow and the polite way to drive a
I mule
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Luxury on an ocean liner Is now
found la a palm garden in which flow
ers bloom and butterflies appear to
Iiorder
Those who are not rushing west
> a ward to save the wheat crop have
sublime confidence that others will
cave it
j1I iChicago has a silent population of
I 1000000 in tho cemeteries and a large
number ot married men who also have
1 nothing to say
I 11 1 While industry is protesting against
war It might profitably study Its own
4 mortality tables and prepare to give
Ia less bloody report next time
l J Marriages aro made heaven
1 says a Seattle minister And there
l Iturn earthly marriages made which
turn out anything but heavenly
Ktddsf
f ttreasure bo abandoned and all hands
t I move over to the Yildlz Kiosk
Kioskj
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groundsw
Even with all its modern improve
itlIDtnts war cannot prove that it is
4keeping up with the times when ita
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case is tried by a peace congress
I
Germany is much alarmed over its
i 14 financial situation That is the cor
irect answer to its tremendous army
land navy expenditures
At a book an edition of
roes poems brought 1500 How
Wealthy the poets might be it theyd
only all die
A scorching chauffeur got a fine of
1100 and a lecture thrown In He
could have bought a wholo season of
IIS chautauqua lectures for less money
tr No one will deny that Korea is
tmaking real progress when the em
ployes of a street car line owned by
f
Americans are indulging In a strike
American style
c Persons of spirit cannot live In
I apartment houses declares a New
York minister Now we know what
the poet meant by When this soul
leaves 1U frail tenement
They have neither time nor use for
dead ones in Chicago The driver ort
an automobile hearse was lately ar i
I rested in that city for speeding with a I
body to the cemetery
i IOne pleasant thing about nn nero
plane Is that It docs not sail about the
country spilling sand down the necks
I of Innocent bystanders though it may
accidentally fall upon them
themI
There is retribution for nations In
this world
NowthatSpainfaces a finan
I clal crisis through a drain by the war
In Morocco it must feel a pang that
the rich field ot Cuba Is no longer at
its disposal to draw upon
A Massachusetts woman left five
r times more to her canine pets than to
her husband She must have been
some connection of the cynical lady
who announced that the more she saw
of men the better she liked dogs
Now they aro talking of the Amerl
can Peril in Europe There Is not a
more peaceful or peaceloving power
in tho world than this country and its
possibility as a peril exists only In
f the excited European Imagination In
whose minds the war scare Is turning
Into a panic
Nearly 400 blooded sheep from
King Edwards stock farm have been
purchased by a Wisconsin breeder
and aro now on the way west from
Boston where they were anded re
cently Wisconsin stock raisers
have royal tastes so far as fine
strains of breeding t re concerned
and some of the best cattle sheep and
bogs in the world are now to bo found
in that commonwealth I
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CHEERS FOR PEAKY
HIS JOURNEY THROUGH MAINE
IS ONE GRAND
OVATION
DR COOK TELLS HIS STORY
Is Banqueted by Arctic Club Doesnt
Expect to Have His Reply to
Peary Ready for Months Says
Theres Glory Enough for All
Portland MeA continuous ovation
greeted Commander Robert E Peary
from the moment he entered the
state at Vanceboro the eastern term
inal of the Maine Central railroad
until he reached his home the city of
Portland 1
During the Journey through eastern
Maine Commander Peary was cordial
and appreciative although ho ap
peared to be rather tired At every
station where the train stopped be
tween Vanceboro and Old Town there
was a crowd of cheering country folk
who seemed to appreciate tho fact
that it was the first few hours that
the commander was enjoying in his
own land with his own countrys flag
greeting him on every side
New York With Commander Rob
ert E Peary seeking indeterminate
seclusion at his Maine home and with
Dr Frederick A Cook fully answering
the most difficult questions of his
doubters it was expected that the
north pole controversy would be per
mitted to rest for a while but this
expectation Is probably shattered by a
dispatch from the train on which
Peary was speeding to his summer
home saying that he is preparing an
Indictment of 30 counts against Dr
Cook and that ho will publish these
categorical allegations very soon
At a banquet tendered to Dr Cook
Thursday evening by the Arctic Club
of America at the WaldorfAstoria
the Brooklyn explorer delivered a
speech In which after recounting tho
perils of those who have heretofore
attempted to make the trip to the
north pole said
Now gentlemen I appeal to yon as
explorers and as men Am I bound to
appeal to any man for a license to
look for the pole
Another criticism Is the charge of
our Insufficient equipment We have
met this You know that we had
every possible aid to success in sledge
traveling A big ship is no advantage
An army of white men who at best
are novices Is a distinct hindrance
while a cumbersome luxury of equip
ment is fatal to progress We chose
to live a life as simple as that of
Adam and we forced the strands of
human endurance to scientific limits
If you will reach the pole there Is
no other way
Now as to the excitement of the
press to force things of their own
picking from important records Into
print In reply to this I hate taken
the stand that I have already given
a tangible account of our Journey It i
is as complete as the preliminary re
ports of any previous explorer The
data the observations the records are
I
ot exactly tho same character Here
HereItotoro
tofore such evidence has been taken
with faith and the complete record
was not expected to appear for years
whereas we agree to deliver all with
in a few months
Now gentlemen about the pole
We arrived April 21 1908 We die
covered new land along the one hun
dred and second meridian between I
the eightyfourth and the eightyfifth I
parallel Beyond this there was abso II
lutely no life and no land The Ice
was In large heavy fields with few
pressure lines Our observations were
sufficient to guarantee our claim
When taken in connection with tho
general record you do not require
this I can see that but this and all
the other records will come to you in
the duo courso of events
I cannot sit down without acknowl
edging to you and to the living arctic
explorers my debt of gratitude for
their valuable assistance The report
of this polar success has come with a
sudden force but in the present en
thusiasm we must not forget the fa
thers of the art of polar travel
There Is glory enough for all There
Is enough to go to tho graves of the
dead and to tho heads of the
living I
Confesses to 150000 Fire
Indianapolis IndOtto Truhon
night watchman of the McDougal
kitchen furniture factory which
with several houses in the neighbor
hood was burned confessed that ho
had set tho factory on fire according
to tho police The loss was 150000
Truhon Is probably insane the po
lice say
Floods Swallow 100 Lives
Constantinople Torrential rains
have caused the loss ot 100 lives and
the destruction ot 500 houses at
Horns a town of northern Syria
Would Be Murderer Suicides
La Crosse WIs After attempting
to kill his father William Schaefer
aged 27 one of the proprietors of a
bakery turned the revolver on him
self and fired one shot falling dead
on the floor Insanity Is believed to I
have been tho causo of tho sulcldo
and attempted murder sulcldoi
Bomb Was Harmless
El Paso Tit develops that there
was no nipt connected with the find
Ing ot a supposed bomb in Juarez
Mexico
HE WILL NOW HEAR ALL ABOUT IT I
LIST OF DEAD IS GROWING
SOUTHERN HURRICANE VICTIMS
NOW NUMBER 100
Hundreds Are Homeless Property
Loss Will Reach Millions
Heavy Crop Damage
New Orleans The list of
known dead who perished In Terre
I bonne parish during Mondays hurri
cane has been swelled to more than
40 and it Is believed that a score or
more will be added to this number
Additional reports of death In other
sections of Louisiana are also being
received and the toll of human life ex
acted by the hurricane will count per
haps a hundred people when the final
count has been made
Further details of property loss
reaching millions of dollars come in
with tho gradual restoration of com
munication Relief parties In tern
bonne parish aro continuing their
work Five hundred sufferers from
the storm are being cared for at
Houma the parish seat of Terrebonne
and In surrounding neighborhoods
A few fishermen with the almost
forlorn hope that missing relatives
I and friends may be found or at least
their dead bodies discovered or that
I they may resurrect some of their lost
I belongings remain upon the sceno of
their desolated homes
I The families ot Thomas and Walter
Rhodes numbering 14 people are now
reported as being almost certainly
among the dead in Terrebonne Oth
I ers who have not been located and
who are believed to have perished are
areI
I Dick Gray wife and seven children
Inez Verret and family of four C Bolt
and wife and Norway Foray
The carcasses of cows horses hogs
and dogs strew the prairie for miles
and thousands of dead birds and musk
I rats are floating on1 the waters of tho
bayousINCREASE
INCREASE IN IMMIGRATION
Aliens Swell Population by More Than
Half Million During Fiscal
Year of 1909
Washington A net Increase
of 673551 in the population of
the United States by the arrival and
departure of aliens was scored during
I the last fiscal year against an In
crease of 207867 the previous year
There was a falling off In immigration
from 782870 aliens during the previ
ous fiscal year to 751780 the past
year and the total Inward passenger
I movement representing immigrant
and nonimmigrant aliens admitted
aliens debarred and United States
citizens arrived numbered 103392
The aliens residing abroad and
II making a merely temporary trip to
the United States are classed as non
immigrant aliens There wore 924
695 aliens including the nonImmi
grants admitted Into this country dur
ing the past fiscal year
These figures are given In the Au
gust immigration report of tho depart
ment of commerce and labor During
the fiscal year 044235 aliens Includ
ing 192449 nonImmigrants were ad
mitted and 370684 including 174590
nonImmigrants departed from these
shores There were 10411 aliens de
barred and 2124 returned after land
Ing Those likely to become a public
charge figured most In this list
The grand total of immigration
from the fiscal year ending September
30 1820 up to and Including the past
fiscal year is given as 26852723
Missouri SoldierPhysician Dead
Kansas City Mo Major Joseph
F Hume a pioneer Missouri pity
sician died here Tuesday aged 87
years Ho served through the civil
war In the Missouri homo guards
rising to the rank of major
Robert Hoo Is Dead
London Robert Hoe aged 70
years head of R hoe Company
printing press manufacturers of Now
York and London died hero after a
short Illness Mr Hue had been in
London several weeks on his annual
visit Ho suffered an acute attack of
kidney trouble ten days ago and his
death resulted
Former Celebrated Actress Is Dead
Burlington N JIrs Henry Chan
frau formerly u celebrated qctress Is
dead at her homo here aged 79 yearn
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i GOV JOHNSON LAID TO REST
Remains of Minnesota Executive Are
Burled Amid General Mourn
ing at St Peter
St Peter Minn The remains
of John A Johnson governor of Min
nesota whose death the state and na
tion mourn were brought Thursday to
this his home town for Interment
The active pallbearers selected
from among the governors closest
personal friends They were
Frank A Day who was his private
secretary F B Lynch T D OBrien
associate Justice of tho supreme
court E T Young former attorney
general A C Weiss manager ot tho
Duluth Herald and John C Wise of
MatikatoTbo
The honorary pallbearers include
the four living exgovernors ot the
state L F Hubbard John Lind Sam
uel R Van Sant and Knuto Nelson
with Gov A O Ebcrhnrt C M Start
chief justice ot the supreme court
Gov John Burk of North Dakota and
President Cyrus Northrup of the Uni
versity of Minnesota
Final funeral services were hold In
the Presbyterian church otd were con
ducted by Rev R E Clarke The
body of the dead governor was then in
terred In the Johnson family lot in the
St Peter cemetery beside that of hla
motherThroughout
Throughout the entire state there
was a cessation of business and manu
facturing from 3 to 305 oclock this
afternoon Every wheel ceased turn
Ing and cars stopped Tho bells of all
churches public and private Institu
tions were tolled from 015 to 10 a
m and from 3 to 305 p m
MCANN IS FOUND GUILTY
Chicago Police Inspector Convicted of
Taking BribesFurther Pros
ecutions Promised
Chicago Inspector Edward Me
Cann was found guilty of extorting
bribes from fallen women and degrad
ed men of the Des Plalnes street red
light district by a Jury In Judge Al
bert C Barnes branch of the criminal
courtThis
This marks the end of a brilliantly
fought trial in which States Attorney
Wayman has won a hardearned vic
tory and which he has promised shall
be only tho stepping stone to fur
ther prosecutions In his search for
the man higher up It marked an
unexpected conclusion for the efforts
of the accused inspector and pie attor
neys Charles G Neely J Hamilton
Lewis and W T Underwood
Peqalty for the Crime
Tim penalty for accepting a bribe is
from one to five years In the state
penitentiary Tho sentence Is Im
posed by the court and will not bo
given until tho ultimate fate of Me
Cann as far as the criminal court Is
concerned Is decided upon after bear
ing all motions >
McCann was indicted by tho July
grand jury 12 true bills being re
turned Louis and Julius Frank were
tho chief witnesses before tho Jury al
though their testimony was supple
mented by several West side levee
characters
Bishop Dunne Names Pastor
Kennee 111 Bishop E M
Dunnes first appointment since ho
became head of Peoria diocese was
made when ho appointed Rev Fran
cis W Conrads pastor of St Jo1
sephs parish hero to St Anthonys
church Atkinson III
Treats Successor Named
Washington Leo McClung the
treasurer of Yale university has
been selected as treasurer of the
United States to succeed Charles H
Treat
Two Killed Ten Wounded
lIellllaA Spanish detachment re I
connoltcrlng in the environs of Souk
BonlSfcnr demolished a largo num
ber of houses Tho Rlffians opposed
tho Spanish advance Tho Spanish
had two killed and Uen wounded in
Wednesdays fighting Con Marina
commander of the Spanish forces at
taches great Importance to the occu
pation of SoukBenlSIcor which Is
tho meeting point of tho various sec
dons of tho tribe and the headquar
ere ft the nntlforoign move
ment I
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HUDSON CELEBRATION BEGUN I
FETE OPENS WITH A GRAND
NAVAL RENDEZVOUS
Half Moon Replica of Dutch Explor
ers Vessel Is Accompanied by
That of Fultons Clermont
New York The Itudeon Fulton
celebration for which New York has
been BO long preparing opened aus
piciously Saturday with tho formal
recognition of the presence of the
American and foreign naval vessels
and official guests Tho International
naval fleet comprising more than TO
vessels was anchored In the Hudson i
river from Seventysecond street
northward and was an Imposing sight
At 1020 oclock in the morning tho
replica of Henry Hudsons little Halt
Moon end that of Robert Fultons
Clermont escorted by a squadron ot
Hudsons Half Moon
torpedo boats submarines naval mill
tla vessels and other craft loft the
Kill Van Kull and proceeded to Staple
ton Staten Island where tho squadron
was joined by the commanding officer
ot tho naval parades There wan an
Interchange of civilities with citizens
committees hero and at tho Brooklyn
shore and at one oclock the squad
ron started up the Hudson river
As tho bluffbowed little Half Moon
and the funny splashing Clermont en
tered the river cannon boomed from
shore batteries and warships and tho
Immense throng along tho shores and
on Innumerable vessels cheered might
ily Behind tho two queer craft
trailed a great merchant fleet that had
assembled In the lower bay nnd that
was divided Into ton big squadrons
The Half Moon and dormant were
received with elaborate ceremony at
tho official reviewing stnnd and land
ing stage at One Hundred nnd Tenth
street anal there they will remain an
chored during tho entire celebration
open for tho Inspection ot the public
In the International naval fleet the
United States has 63 vessels Includ
ing 16 battleships and six cruiser
commanded by Rear Admiral Seaton
Schroeder The Netherlands sent the
Utrecht under command of Capt Van
Hocking Colen brander In addition to
the replica of the Half Moon which
was a present from the people of Hol
land Germany Is represented by four
vessels Great Britain by four Franco
by three Italy by two and Mexico
Cuba Argentina and Guatemala by
one each
In tho evening the naval parade
was repeated with Illuminations and
then the doings on shoro begin For
tho next week Now York will bo the
most brilliantly Illuminated place In
the world during the eVtnlnfll1tlt
calculated that the electric lighting
will hare a grand total of approxI
mately 20160000 candle power this
not Including the vast number of ad
vertising signs and taking Into ac
count only Greater New York A re
markable feature of tho Illumination
Is nn Immense battery of search lights
on Riverside drive that will make tho
Hudson as light as day for miles each
way
wayTHE
THE VANDERBILTS BREAK
W K Jr and Wife Sign Separation
Agreement Despite Efforts
of Relatives
New York William K Van
derbllt Jr donor of the Vander
bilt cup for automobile races and his
wlfo formerly Miss Virginia Fair of
San Francisco have signed a separa
tion agreement according to n local
newspaper Mrs Vanderbilt Is now
returning from Europe to America
with her to children Muriel and VII
liam K Vanderbllt III It Is ex
pected that the separation will ha
formally announced as soon as Mrs
Vanderbilt reaches Now York Ef
forts of Mrs OH P Delmont moth
er of Mr Vanderbilt and Mrs Her
man Oclrlchs sister of Mrs Vander
bilt to avert the separation were
without success
Mrs Eddy Donates 5000
New York Mrs Mary Baker
O Eddy has sent to the Now I
York museum ot safety and sanita
than her check for 5000 Mrs Eddy i
stated that she did BO In appreciation i
of tho philanthropic cfforta of the mu
seum In tho Introduction of safety de
vices to minimize the accidents duo to
railway travel and tho use of machln
cry
Fire Fatal to Fireman
Topekn KanFlro destroyed the
Otto Kuhno Preserving and Pickling
works causing a loss of 125000
Harry Jones nnd H C Gurtlor fire
men were Injured by falling walla
Jones died later Ourtlor will recover
Engine Ditched Five Hurt
Huntington W VaFivo men were
Injured two probably fatally when a
Chesapeake 6 Ohio engine jumped tho
track and turned completely over Into
a ditch In tho western limits of this
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DRINK EVIL AND BUSINESS
Big Railroads and Commercial Houser
Will Not Tolerate Employe Ad
dieted to Intemperance 4 f
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The best temperance lecturers nre
the hardheaded men of affairs fheJ t
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most convincing wprds are official or
ders Theres no sentimentality or f
1New
New York Tribune
Down In Baltimore tncro has been
much trouble at the city hall Two
men have been arrested recently for
embezzlement and one of them frank
ly admits that his downfall came from
drink The whole condition of af
fairs there has been demoralized and
BO the mayor has determined to be 11
drastic in curing the evil He has
just Issued this statement i
Tho man who does work nt tho 1
city hall must keep straight and let
whisky alone I pm not going to
stand for this occasional spree any
longer and any employe who reumlmv
away from his work to Indulge In
whisky will be dismissed Immo
diatelyThis aporG
This Baltimore case is not n spor
adic cxamplp ot good sense The
wisdom is epidemic It affects the
little shopkeeper and tho big manu
facturer Railroads are especially
stringent Some of the big lines go
so for that they discharge an em
ploye seen going Into n saloon or com
Ing from one The lives of too many
hang on tho clearheadedness of the
railway men and those In nuthorltyt
aru taking no risk Its too costly
Moreover business competition la
too keen nowadays for any firm to 1
give Its rival the odds by employing
Intemperate men The keen edge
of their ability to sell goods to IURko
contracts to be personally persuasive
Is blunted by drink
The men who make these order
and see that they are rigidly enforced
are not known as reformers They pro
glad Incidentally that they are help
ing the world to grow better but
their main purpose Is selfish If they
are high In office and llrmly clamped
there they may take their own pipe
and glass but even then It will not
bo In working hours Durlgg such
time they obey the rules they them
selves have made
It In In a like practical way that
may doalred reforms of tho world will
como Emotionalism Is good but not r
f0010lhnl1s8
ooldshness work for good even whll >
they ore working for themselves And
tbo good remains
NEVER ALLOWED A SALOON
Iowa City with 15000 Population Has
Existed 4Drinking
Drinking Place
tfleurteh
flourish without saloons is tho bout
of Mason City which has tho distinc
tlon of being the largest town In
Iowa without tho saloon where the4
sentiment Is backed by a majority of
the voters In fact numberless chil
dren have grown up there to manhood
arid womanhood who have never seen
a saloon unless they have been outJ
of tho city It Is also a fact that a i t
great many common laborers as well
nn railroad men join with a large
majority of business and professional f
mop In their opposition to the sa
loonWhat
What does it cost to police Mason
City > Here U Is from tho last report
just iBHiiotl Ono chief of police five
assistants all drawing a salary of 13
89871 And no one will claim that
the city IH poorly policed for it they
do they are wrong An to the num
ber of trunks Tho orders of tho
mayor to the police officials hUll
been very definite to arrest all drunks 1J
and consequently few have escaped I J
Thirtytwo have been tried In thc
mayors court nnd 349 In tho Justice
court making a total for the year of
381 They paid Into the city treas
urer more than Qtiough to pay the
salary of tho mayor This looks pretty
good In comparison with some of flue
cities of the stato where saloons are
RIn
In Improvements how docs the I
largest antlsniuon city In Iowa com r1
pare with other cities Tho answer
Is certainly favorable It owns Its
own waterworks plant which Is val
ued at 300000 Tho cly has three 2o
miles of paving and ton miles of sew
er It has today In process of con
struction or contracts for construe e
lion over 1000000 In Improvements
There 18 not a vacant house In tho
t
city and not an Idle man from neces
sity within the city gates
What effect haM this no saloon busi
ness on the churches and schools
Tho church census of the city gives
an actual church membership of
COOO All have fine churches There H
are six schools and one 70000 high c
school They are all well equipped
and teachers are well and promptly
paid
Temperance Work In Mexico
Tho Superior Council of Public In r
stltutlons for the Republic of Mexico
recently onattfd a regulation provid
Jog for the Instruction of children in
regard to the nature und effects of
alcoholic liquors Tho Mexican gay
ernment has lately evinced speclU In
terest In tho matter of toinporea u
education The now law come Into
fdrco on the first day of April last and
will affect ftOOOO school children
liroiichont the country
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