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p OF HIS IfiSHOLDINGS IfiSHOLDINGSPresident HOLDINGS HOLDINGSPresident
President of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PennsylvaniaRailroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad Company Replies Repliesto
to List of Questions QuestionsOWN QuestionsOWN QuestionsOWN
OWN CONSIDERABLE STOCK STOCKBUT
BUT NONE OF IT WAS WASGIYENTO WASGIYENTOHIM GIVEN TOHIM TO TOHIM
HIM HIMPhiladelphia HIMPhUadeJpbla HIMPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June 10 1iThe The special in investigating investigating InvesUgating ¬
vestigating committee appointed by the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors of the th Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarailroad PennsylvanIarailroad Pennsylvaniarailroad
railroad company CO lptlny and acting for all the thelines thelInes thelines
lines of the Pennsylvania system to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night made public the answers of Pres President PresidE President ¬
ident idE > nt Cassatt to the questions pro propounded propounded propounded ¬
pounded by the committee in one of its itscirculars itsClrculars Itscirculars
circulars sent to all officers and thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of employes of the various lines linesMr linestIr linesMr
Mr Cassatt in reply to the query as to towhether towhether towhether
whether he has any interest in any anycoal anycoal anycoal
coal company or other enterprise lo located 10eated loeated ¬
eated on the companys lines since Jan
1 1900 says saysI
I do not at present own any stock in inany Inan Inany
any an coal company whose mines are lo located located located ¬
cated on or whose W 08e coal co l is shipped over overthe overthE overthe
the > lines of the Pennsylvania railroad railroadsystem raflroads railroadsystem
system systemUntil s system0Tntn stE > m mUntil
Until the Slat lst of December last I Inwned IlW11ed Iiwned
nwned 16 100 of the 4 4OO < NW shares of the theMillwood thellUwood theMiflwood
Millwood Coal Coke company par parvf parp
p 50 vf a stock which liich 1 ch I subscribed for forwhen forwhen forwhen
when the company was formed about
172 1 2 and paid for at the subscription subscriptionprice sUbscriptionprke subscriptionprice
price which hich to the best of my recollec recollection recollection recollectirni ¬
tion was par There was no market for forthis forthis forthis
this stock as it only paid dividends at atirregular atirregular atIrregular
irregular intervals but last fall an of offer oCfcr ofIcr ¬
fer was made for all the stock by the theowners theners theC
owners C ners of the adjoining land and my myftorfc myffork mystock
stock was w rag sold with rUh the rest restBought restBought restBought
Bought Years Ago AgoI
I own 333 of the 5OW shares of the thenmmon theOmmon themmon
< nmmon stock of the Union Switch SwitchSignal Switchignal SwitchSIgnal
Signal company par 60 which hich I pur purihased purthased purt
based t about 1SS4 at the then market marketprice marketprice i iprice
price which as nearly as I can recol ¬
lect 1 ed was as 25 per share shareI
I own 46 4 of the 2500 iO WO shares of stock stockof stockof stockof
of the United States Metallic Packing Packingcompany PackIngompaRy Packingompa3y
company par 100 which I bought boughtabout oouShtabout boughtabout
about 18S6 at the then market price pricewhich prIcewhich pricewhich
which I think was about 60 per share
I own 2296 of the 165000 shares of
the preferred stock of the Pennsylvania
Steel company par 100 This stock I Ipurchased Ipurehased Ipurchased
purchased at various times My first firstpurchase firstpurchase firstpurchase
purchase having been made in October
191 1 91 some som months after the acquisition
by h the Pennsylvania company tO 1pttfty of a ma ma3rity majtrity majrity
3rity of the shares of the capital stock stockof stockor
of the Pennsylvania Steel company companyy
My y last purchase was as made on the th 9th 9thMay 9thIa 9thI
I < May Ia this year The average price priceI priceI
I I aid 3 d by me was as S977S 77S
j I own 2000 of the 40000 shares of ofsrk ofsrk
1 srk sr of the Cambria Steel company companHar
Har tar 50 54 which I purchased at a cost costof costcf
of f 3 per share on the 2d d day ay of May
1106 These shares replaced 1600 shares sharesof
of < f other stock of the said company an ancf anwhich anwhich
cf > which were ere bought ought by me after fter the
Pennsylvania company had acquired a amajority a amajorit arrajority
majority of the shares of the Cambria
Steel tffl company but which I had subse subsequently subsequently subseuently ¬
quently sold soldMr soldrr sokiMr
Mr rr Caseatt said he had not directly
performed any service in connection connectionvith
vith ith the receipt transportation or de deery ¬
livery ery of any freight shipped by or ortonsfgned or0nslgned ornsIgned
tonsfgned to any of the companies companiesabove companiesabove
above named namedPerformed namedPerformed namedPerformed
Performed No Service ServiceHe
He H said he had ha not performed any
duties in connection with the distribu ¬
tim or allotment of cars or the furnish ¬
ing of siding equipment motive power
dockage kage or other accommodations for
any an of the companies comp nies named nam d
President Cassatt says he has never nevervceiveJ nevtrcpiveJ nevcrceived
vceiveJ cpiveJ any commission compensa < ¬
tion t cm gift or gratuity of any kind from fromany fromB fromally
any B lly shipper on the Pennsylvanias lines linestr Jinesl
tr l r any of the five companies he men
t nned ned in his hI first answer answerIn
In reply repl to the question as to whether whetherf
IP 1 f > is
pecuniarly interested in any cor corI
I ori fr tion association or individual Jn ividnal doing
voik for or furnishing materials or ori 0 0llJJplies oiLirp1ies
i applies to the Pennsylvania system he he3ys ie iesays e esays
says that the five companies mentioned
In his first answer make sales to the =
Pennsylvania Railroad company omp ny and andnith
nith Ith the exception of these companies
hr h > o is not interested oi o concerned in incorporations Incrporations InC
corporations C or individuals ln lvldu Js referred to
in the query queryHe queryHe queryHe
He says sa he has not performed per orned and is isrft isTrot isyr
Trot yr now performing any ny service In con conre cfwCtlon crrctIon
re wCtlon > < tion with lth work ork done for or r the pur purchas j
chas < has hap or receipt of materials
or sup supplies S1 S1rHf8 sprlIEs ¬
plies by the
Pennsylvania system ex exi exlPptin exeptIn
i ppting that he has in accordance with withestablished withstaiJUshed withC
established C custom purchased pUrcba the steel steelrails stetrlils steelrails
rails fcr the tMenttre th entire system These pur pure purchases
t bases ha es are reported to the boajd boIu of dl directors dlrectors i irectors
rectors for their approval approvalCassatts approvalCassatts approv1Cassatts
Cassatts Conclusion Conclusionunt ConclusionAfter ConclusionAfter
After concluding his answers answe Presi Presiint resi resint
unt nt Cassatt makes the following state statement statement statement ¬
ment to the special committee committeeYou committeeYou comm1tteYou
You will ob observe erve that the only ccal ccals cealock 11 11tock
s tock ock owTed by me since becoming becomingpresident becomin becominpesident becomingpresident
president of If the Pennsylvania Penn yhania Railroad Railroadcompany RaUroadcomp2ny Railroadcompany
company is 1 1O shares of the Millwood MillwoodCoal 1fi1loodoal
Coal oal and Coke company which stock stockhas st stockLas k kt
has t S been sold but in view of the re rei reputE reputEd
i puted putE d rumors of my being Ing a holder of ofshocks IJtE orrocks
shocks E ocks of the Keystone Coal 2 1 Coke Cokecompany Cokeumpany Cokeempany
company the BcrwJndWhite BcrwJnd Vhite Coal Min Mining Mining Mm MmIng ¬
ing company awl nd the Henrietta Coal Coalcompany Coall Coaicrnpany
company l and of my being interested interestedin
in the th firm of Caseatt Cas att I Co I think It ItI ItJInper Ittroper
I roper to state thtt I never owned or orJfcail tirhlt orflifi
Jfcail hlt interest in the stocks of the Key Keyrtone KCytnne Keytrne
rtone Coal and Coke company or of the thethe th ththf thethe
the > Henrietta Coal company eom ftl1y nor have bav bavI haveI
I ever had any Interest in the firm firma cf cfraitt tfaatt
< < < raitt a 1tt Co I never owned a any y stock stockcf stYkcf stacktie
cf the BerwmdWhlte BerwJnd White Coal Mining com comIgjTy comJ
IgjTy J i 1 while an officer r of the Pennsylva Pennsylvajifc PenJSylvaJ
jifc J Co Railroad P ilroad company either during my myfry myft myr
fry ft irr rr r connection with the con iny inywrrioh 1DyHh inywhih
wrrioh Hh terminated by my resigns m J n or orIne or1rE oflii6
Ine vicepresidency in the fall of ot 1SW 1SWor lSCCiJ 18F 18Fci
or ci since I became b e president presid nt In 1SH9 l 1Si but butwhen bUlwhpn butwhen
when in 1SS 1 Mr Charles J Berwind Berwindthen Berwlndthen Berwindthen
then head of the partnership of Per 3ernInd JtrInd PerIn1
nInd Ind WMte Co formed the present presentBerwiridWhlte preserBerwiIid presentBerwindWhite
BerwiridWhlte BerwiIid Vhlte Coal Mining company companyto compantlJ
to take over the business busl of that firm I Ipurchased IIlurchased Iiurhased
purchased 4 40 shares ftL of the ettck eck of ofthe ofhr
the 1 he company c mpUIY and lHl paid 1 for or It at the theih thet1pn thethen
ih then n market price which was 26 per perr peljnt perctnt
r ctnt jnt < nt of its itspreeent present value I sold this thisftock thisotrck thisstOCk
stOCk in in1ML 1HL Tf Yu u will observe c that It Jtv Itas itas
v as purchased ftmc ur years after aft r I ceased
I SMOOT REPORTS REPORTSI REPORTSCOME
I COME UP TODAY TODAYSenate
I
Senate Will Probably Pass to tothe tothe tothe
the Consideration of ofAppropriation ofI ofAppropriation
I Appropriation Bills BillsUPPER BillsUPPER BillsUPPER
I
I
UPPER HOUSu HOU L IS WORRIED WORRIEDSEVERAL WORRIEDSEVERAL WORRIEDSEVERAL
SEVERAL TICKLISH MATTERS MATTERSUNDER MATTERS MATTERSUNDER MATTERSUNDER
UNDER CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATIONThe
The conference report on the statehood statehooBbill statebo t tbill
bill will be taken up In the United Unlt M1 States Statessenate StatesBeoate Statesaenate
senate on Tuesday and much interest IntereSt is isfelt ISfelt l lfelt
felt in the subject The report will 111 profo piobably probably i iably
ably be called up by Senator Beveridge BeveridgeIn i iin
in charge c erge of the report but Senator For Foraker Foraker Fotaker
aker has ha given notice that if the friends friendsof
of the report do not move in that direc j
tion he will do so No opposition to con consideration consideration i isideration
sideration is anticipated but there is ai a aprospect aprospect
prospect of animated discussion of the re repert repert j
pert on Its merits and undoubtedly con considerable Cf1lsd consddrab1e ¬
siderable sd rable time will be required for the de d ¬
termination of the question Senator For Foraker Foraker Foraker
aker will lead a fight to prevent agreeing
to the committaes commItt es report reportSmoot reportSmoot reportSmoot
Smoot Reports Today TodayThe TodayTbe TodayThe
The business of the week will begin
Monday with the presentation of the Baa Baaleges m majority
jority reports of the committee n PdYl
leges and elections el Uons on the case of Senator S tor
Smoot but the further consideration con ilderati i vt u
that will be deferred for or a time tIm and the thesenate the5e thesenate
5e senate 8te will continue the considratlen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the appropriation bills Only one of these thesethe th ththe thesethe
the diplomatic appropriation bill is now nowready nvwIeady nowready
ready for consideration It will lc taken takenup takeaup takenup
up Monday and as soon as other s Supply i ply
bills are ready they will be placed before beforethe be beforethe re reth
the th senate senateThe senateThe senateThe
The Panama sea level canal bill also will
be discussed further during the th week eek as asopportunity asopportunity asopportunity
opportunity offers and it will be pressed pressedto pres presto
to a vote as speedily as possible 08sJble It is not notexpected HOtexpected notexpected
expected that the th conference report on the therailroad thorxilro therailroad
railroad rxilro d rate bill will again reach 3b 3bsenate tb Jibsenate tbsenate
senate in time for further discussion ll tite titeweek tJI tJIweek tht thtweek
week
Much Important Business BusinessThere BusinessThere BusinessThere
There ire re many subjects sub ls of ofil1lportant important
legislation crowding for consideration tn in inthe hithe inthe
the house this week The sundry cirll cirllappropriation clUappropriation clviiappropriaflon
appropriation bill still has the right of ofway ofwa ofway
way wa and if uninterrupted will be passed passedby ptissMby passedby
by Thursday The District of Columbia Columbiahas Colum Columbiahas la lahas
has the right to Monday under Ute rules rulestut rules1ut ruleslut
tut efforts are being made to sidetrack sidetrackthis sidetrackthiH sidetrackthis
this order in favor of the civil bilL bilLAs billAs
As efforts to have the senate change changeits
its it motion respecting the railroad bill have havefailed havfa1led havefailed
failed and this measure will lave to b bconsidered be becomtidped beconsidered
considered in the house before a second secondconference seconciconference secondconference
conference can be had it is planned to tomake tomake tomake
make this the first business Monday Just Justhow Justhow Justbow
how far the discussion will go and nd wheth whether ithetlier vhether ¬
er a special rule limiting debate will be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought in are details which have not notyet notyet notyet
yet been determined The 111 fact that the thehous thehou thehouse
hous house Is required to consider this the first firstreport firstIeport rst rstreport
report of tha th conferees C ereee whten whl n in effect effecthas effecthas effecthas
has been rejected by the senate will m re reverse reerM reI ¬
verse I ere th tM order of consideration on the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second report of the conferees confer 3 giving it itto ittn Itt4
to t4 the bouse first and the senate last
The omnibus public building bill carry ¬
ing authorizations for public buildings ag aggregating aggregating aggregating ¬
gregating more than 20000000 OOOOOG is to be
brought in and passed under a special specialrule specialrule p cial cialrule
rule as soon on as the th sundry civil bill has
been sent Ilt to the senate s nate
Pure Food Bill BillThe BillThe I IThe
The pure food bill was brought brOt1 ht forward forwardas
as tb the next subject of consideration to tolaid toJaid Zs Zslaid
laid a aside kle for the taking takiD up of If i conference conferenceleports conferenceI conferenceieporls
leports I One of the early actions of theweek theweek the theweek
week will be the consideration of the agri jtgioultural agricultural gri gricultural ¬
cultural bill with Uh its worrisome mettt in inspection inspection inspection ¬
spection amendment attachment The plan planis piauis plaiis
is to get this bill into conference at the theearliest tbeeacllest theearliest
earliest possible moment Members of the theagricultural 1heagricultural theagricultural
agricultural committee have become b me im impressed impressed isapressed ¬
pressed with itb the necessity for haste in inany inany inany
any action to be taken Continued and in increasing increasing Increasing ¬
creasing injury to the live stock interests interestshave interestshave interestshave
have been set forth to the committee committeewith committeewith committeewith
with evident effect The committee commi t will willtake willtake willtake
take up the Beveridge amendment Monday Mondayand Mondayand llnda llndaand
and if possible bring in a report to the th thhome
house on that or on the next day d The Theaction Thpaction Theaction
action will be made to disagree to 0 all allsenate allsenate allsenate
senate amendments including the beef in inspection inspecUon inspection ¬
spection provision pr yJslon and ask the senate far tara
a conference As soon as the nenate > acts actson actsOIl actson I
on the Indian appropriation bill bll conference conferercereport conferepcreport conferencereport
report which is expected early carJ in the theweek theweek theweek
week the report reJo > rt will be called up for ac action a alion action ¬
tion in the house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The statehood conference report rep < rt likewise likewisewhich likewisew likewisewhich
which w ich is to be taken up by b the senate senatewill senatem senatewill
will m furnish business for the house as assoon 8Ssoon assoon
soon as sent over overThe oerTbe overThe
The Interstate commerce commission will willcontinue willcontinue willcontinue
continue its investigation of the methods methodsfrom methodsfrom methodsfrom
from the coalcarrying and oilcarrying oilcarryingrailroads ollcaITingrailroads oilcarryingrailroads
railroads hold session in Washington on onMonday onIondav onMonday
Monday in Philadelphia on Tuesday Tuesda and andproceeding andproceeding andproceehag
proceeding to Cleveland on Thursday If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the investigation at Philadelphia has not notbeen notben notbeen
been concluded by Thursday only a por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the commission will go to Cleve Cleveland Cleeland Cleveland ¬
land
IMAGINED THEY WERE WERETIPPED WERETIPPED AJERETIPPED
TIPPED OVER AND HURT HURTBoston HURTBoslon HURTBoston
Boston June 10 10Thirtyfour Thirtyfour Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian Scientists were injured through the theoverturning theoverturning theoverturning
overturning of a large sightseeing au automobile automobile automobile ¬
tomobile In the Brighton district today todayEvery todayEvery todayEvery
Every person on the car received in injuries Injuries injuries ¬
juries juriesThe juriesTbe juriesThe
The automobile was descending Com Commonwealth CommoneaIth CoinmonwenIth ¬
monwealth hill when the brake broke brokeand brokeand brokeand
and the machine ran away down d wn the thesteep thesteep thesteep
steep grade 1 I8d At the bottom of the hill hillthe hmthe hillthe
the car jumped tore through a fence fenceand fenceand fenceand
and overturned Most of the party sus sustained sustained ntistamed ¬
tained nothing more serious than thanbruises thanbruises thanbruises
bruises and scratches scratchesFINALLY scratchesFINALLY scratchesFINALLY
FINALLY GOT HIM HIMBielostok
4 Bielostok Russia June 10 lOChief lOChiefof Chief Chieff +
+ f of Police Derkatchoff against againstwhose againstwhose + f fwhose
+ whose life several attempts had hadbeen hadbeen +
4 + been made was shot and killed killedtoday killedtoday +
4 + today by several unknown persons personsf personswhile + 4while
+ f while he was as out driving His Hiscoachman 4 4f 4 4coachman
+ f coachman was severely wounded woundedAt +
4 4 At the same time the secret po > O Olice +
4 4 lice were attacked in another por portion por1Ion +
+ tion of the town one of them be being belog +
+ 4 ing wounded woundedt 4 4NEW 4 4t
+ + + + + + + t + + + t + t t + t tNEW + + + + 4 4NEW + + + + + + + +
NEW SPANISH CABINET CABINETMadrid CABINET1Iadrid CABINETMadrid
Madrid June 10 lOTl1e The cabinet as ap approved approved approved
proved by the king includes Senor SenorMoret SenorMoret SenorMoret
Moret as 8 premier and the Duke of Al Almodovar Almodovar A Amodovar
modovar as foreign minister The new newministers newministers newministers
ministers took the oath of office this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon after which King Alfonso Alfonsoand AIConiioand Alfonoand
and Queen Victoria left in an automo ¬
bile for La Granja palace palaceSTEAMER palaceSTEAMER palaceSTEAMER
I IHalifax
STEAMER ASHORE ASHOREHalifax ASHOREHalifax
Halifax N S June 10 10The The Marconi Marconiwireless Mal Marconiwireless conI conIwireless
wireless station at Cape Sable N S re reports reports reports ¬
ports a steamer ashore on the ledge No
particulars have been received yet yetto yetto yetto
to be an officer of the company and audwas andwas aridwas
was sold eight years before I was elect elected ¬
ed to the th presidency resid I never had any anfillterASt
intent In tb the partnership of o Berwind BerwindVhte BerwindWhte
White Vhte Co
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New York World WorldT
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GRABS HIS GRIP AND STARTS FOR WASHINGTON WASHINGTONJudge 1ASIIINTONJudge
Judge Alfred Watson WatsonBenson Benson Takes the theTainted Tainted Kansas Toga Togaand Togaand Togaand
and Announces That He Will Be a Candidate for forReelection forReelection forReelection
Reelection Before the State Legislature
Ottawa Kan June 10 10Judge Judge Alfred AlfredWatson AlfredWatson AlfredWatson
Watson Benson of this city cit who yesterday yesterdaywas esterda esterdawas
was offered the appointment of United UnitedStates unitedStates I7nitedStates
States senator to succeed Joseph R Bur Burton Burton Burton ¬
ton stated today that he would accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the position OS tion H He will officially notify notll Gov Governor Go Gocrnor Govcrnor ¬
crnor Hoch tomorrow of his acceptance acceptanceJudge acceptanceJudge acceptanceJudge
Judge Benson expects to start for Wash Washington Washingtoft VuhingtOR ¬
ington tomorrow tomorrowTopeka tomorrowTopeka tomorrowTopeka
Topeka Kan i June 10 10In In an interview interviewat
at Ottawa today too a Judge Benson said saidI saiduI
uI I do not see why I should not admit admitat
at this time that I have decided to ac accept accept accept ¬
cept Governor Kochs offer I shall go to toTopeka toTopeka toTopeka
Topeka tomorrow morning and formally formallyinform formallyinform formnllyinform
inform Governor Hoch that I accept the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment appointmentI
1 presume that 1 shall be a candidate candidatefor
for reelection to the senate before the thestate thestate thestate
state legislature rest winter My incH inclination incHnation inchnation ¬
nation is to ask the people to send me meback meback meback
back if my services are satisfactory The Thewhole Thewhole he
whole thing comes as a surprise to me as asI uSI asI
I had never for a moment considered my myappointment myappointment myappointment
appointment to the senate a possibility possibilityAfter poSSlbmtAfter posslbihityAfter
After formally accepting the appoint
NEW SCHOOL SChOOLFOR FOR IDAHO IDAHOState
State Board Bo rd of Education Plans an anInstitution anInstitution anInstitution
Institution for the Dumb Dumband Dumband Dumband
and the Blind BlindSpecial BlindSpecial BlindSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBol HeraldBoise
Boise Bol e Ida June 9 9The The state board of ofeducation ofeducation ofeducation
education has for some time had under underconsideration underconsideration underconsideration
consideration the plan of establishing a aschool aschool aschool
school here for the dumb and blind of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state The matlsr mt r has been held in inabeyance Inabeyance Inabeyance
abeyance the past few days da s pending the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return of Attorney General Guheen The Thelatter TheJatter Thelatter
latter said this evening the question has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the authority for the board to take takesuch takeooch takesuch
such action Mr Ir Guheen thinks it can canbe canbe canbe
be done The law authorizes the board boardto
to make contracts with other states for forthis forthis forthis
this service and he believes a contract contractcan contractcan contractcan
can be made to have service performed performedhere performedhere performedhere
here It seems likely the school will be beestablished beestablished beestablished
established the old city central sclioul sclioulbeing sclioulbeing schoolbeing
being used for the purpose as it will not nothave nothave nothave
have to be taken down for the capitol site sitefor sitefor sitefor
for some time timeLAST timeLAST timeLAST
LAST DAY ON ONEARTII ONEARTIIFOR EARTH EARTHFOR EARTHFOR
FOR CHARLES TUCKER TUCKERBoston UCKERBoston
Boston June IB lDCharles Charles L Tucker Tuckerwho Tuckerwho Tuckerwho
who is in the th Charlestown prison prisonawaiting prisonawaiting prisonawaiting
awaiting execution for the murder of ofMabel ofMabel ofMabel
Mabel Page has at least one more moreday moreday moreday
day of life lifeContrary lifeContrary lifeContrary
Contrary to custom Tucker Tucl < er will not notpay notpay notpay
pay the forfeit of his crime early Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day morning The warden ot the state stateprison stateprison stateprison
prison will not say 58 when the sentence sentenceof sent nce nceof
of the court will be carried out but it itis Itis Itis
is known positively that Tucker will willnot willnot willnot
not be executed before midnight to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowThe morrowThe morrowThe
The execution will not take place in inthe inthe inthe
the morning so he can receive the rites ritesof ritesof ritesof
of baptism Tucker still maintains maintainsstoutly maintainsstoutly maintainsstoutly
stoutly that he is innocent His re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable calmness and courage has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not deserted him himTHE j jTHE
r d dTHE
THE LATEST SCHEME SCHEflIESpecial SCHEMESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWAshlnton HeraldWashington
Washington D C June 10 10The The New NewYork NewY NewYork
York Y rk Herald says today t day that the president presidenthas
has decided t6 t soon withdraw 40000009 40000009acres 4000iOOOacres 400OG0Oacres
acres of the th > public domain from settle settlement settlemerit ¬
ment to conserve the oil and coal supply supplyStandard suppland supplyand
and defeat R threatened monopoly by the theStandard I
Standard On company The states in inwhich inwhich
which some of the land is located are areUtah areUtah
Idaho and Wyoming WyomingFIRE WyomingFIRE VyomlngFIRE
FIRE ON THE DOCKS DOCKSSouthampton DOCKSSouthampton
Southampton June 10 toFlre Fire that broke brokeout brokeout
on the docks here Saturday night de destroyed d dstroyed dostroyed ¬
stroyed a a railway shed and a few trucks truoksThe trucksThe trucksThe
The Joss was slight
ment Mr Benson will ieave for Washing Washington ¬
ton this week to take up his seat in the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate senateThe senateThe senateThe
The statement today of Judge Benson Bensonthat Bensonthat Bensonthat
that he will stand for reelection next win winter winter winter ¬
ter adft adds Me much interest to the Kansas sen senatorshiii seRatohh senatocmhtp
atorshiii f fr r which there havt been several severalavowed severalavowed severalavowed
avowed candidates The term that Judge JudgeBenson JudgeBenson Ju ge geBenson
Benson Will nil flu expires on 11 March 3 1SWT 1SWTA lTA 1tJ 1tJA
A halfdozen > n men in the state have either eitherpublicly eitherImblicly eitherpublicly
publicly expressed themselves as being beingcandidates beingcandidates ein eincandidates
candidates for the new term or orhave orhave orhave
have been be n prominently spoken of for the theplace thepls theplace
place pls < p They rhe include iJJ < lude W B It Stubbs of ofLawrence ofLarence ofLawrence
Lawrence railway contractor a and d former formerchairman formerchairman formerchairman
chairman of the Republican state central centralcommltt centralcommttPe centralcommIttee
commIttee Representative R lwrles Curtis Curtisof
of the he First Kansas district J T I L Bris Bristow Bristow Enstow
tow editor of the Salina Journal and for former former former ¬
mer fourth cDistant postmaster general
Frank Nelson state superintendent of ofschools ofsehools o oschools
schools an exGovernor William J Bai ¬
ley leyIt
It is stated that F D Coburn who last lastnight Jastnight lastnight
night declined the > appointment had the thepleasure theI thepleasure
pleasure of suggesting sugg ting to Governor Hoch Hochthe Hochthe i
I the name of Judge Benson BtnMnCADETS BensonCADETS
CADETS ENJOY CAMP CAr p LIFE LIFEHave LIfEHave tIFERave
Have Swim in Lagoon and Fight fight ght Off OffCrowd OffCrowd OffCrowd
Crowd of Young Far Fa Faers Far4 Far4ers fc fcers
ers ersSpecls1 Jh JhSpecial g gSpech
Special to The Herald HeraldCamp HeraldCamp HeraldCamp
Camp Ford Fisher Jure 10 10SundAY Sunday is isthe Isthe Isthe
the busy day of a soldier and so with the thecadets thecadets thecadets
cadets After fatigue was over and the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp thoroughly th oughly cleaned the cadets all allvent allvent allvout
vent swimming in Lagoon lake A guard guardwas guardwas guardwas
was placed about the lake to keep people peopleaway p peopleaway ople opleaway
away and the th battalion held an uun un ¬
dressed dr d parade The boys certainly en ¬
joyed their swim Boats manned by ca ¬
dets were constantly constantl on the lake to look lookout lookout lookout
out for their comrades should one of them
be seized by the cramps crampsNothing crampsQthing crampsothing
Nothing in the line of drills was as held
today tOdh but the boys were ere kept busy by b bsome
some amusement or other otherAt otherAt otherAt
At about 4 oclock this afternoon aften oon Rev
Elmer I Goshen spoke to the cadets His Hissubject Hissubjed Hissubject
subject was Keep Friends With Your Yourself Yourself Yourself ¬
self Without Capitulation He made madeseveral madesevcral madeseveral
several very forcible references to great greatmen greatmen greatmen
men of both ancient and modern times
At retreat parade several men from Fort
Douglas were present and afterward aft < rard they the thewere
were heard to commend the cadets on
their work workLast workLast workLest
Last night about 11 oclock a cadet came camerunning camerunning camerunning
running into camp shouting that some
farmers were mobbing some of the other
boys In Inno no o time every man in camp lmp was wasout wasout as asout
out and running in the direction of the
Lagoon LagoonA
A crowd of young farmers half drunk drunkwere drunkwere
I were armed with 1th beer bottles and attempt ¬
ing to strike some of the cadets In an
Instant insL < nt wtlhout notice the rescuers had
the farmers over the fence They did not notleturn notI notreturn
return I to bother botb > r them themAs themAs themAs
As the last train leaves at 930 and taps
is not until 1040 the boys have planned planneda
a nice specialty sp lalty show to be given in camp
in which the talent in the cadet corps is isshown isshown Isshown
shown shownToday shownToday shownToday
Today the cadets were to break bre k camp
but owing to the th weather eat her early last week
the time was extended e tended until next Wednes Wednesy ¬
day ay y noon when the corps will break camp
and return to Salt Lake LakeDECISION LakeDECISION LakeDECISION
DECISION DUE TODAY TODAYNew TODAYNew TODAYNew
New York June 10 10Recorder Recorder Goff Goffis Goffis Goffis
is expected to hand down his decision decisiontomorrow decisiontomoIlIow decisiontomonrow
tomorrow in Albert T Patricks second secondapplication secondappliC8t1on secondappiicaUon
application for a new trial trialAn trialAn trialAn
An application for a writ of error and andanother andanother andanother
another for a writ of habeas corpus are areto aret areto
to t be made if tomorrows decision as to toa toa toa
a new trial is adverse The filing of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such an application would act as a stay stayof stayof stayof
of execution set for fornext next Monday MondayON MondayS
S ON THE ROCKS ROCKSSt
St John N B June 10 10A A report has hasreached hitsreached hasreached
reached here that the steamer EtoHu Cap ¬
tain tam Jones which left hero Saturday Saturd af ¬
ternoon laden for Barry via In Sydney C
B has gone ashore at Cape Sable
THANKED THEM THEMFORDEVOlION THEMFORDEYOTION
FORDEVOlION FORDEVOlIONFranz
Franz Josef Replies to t Austrian AustrianDelegation AustrianDelegation AustrianDelegation
Delegation at the Hof Hofburg Hofburg Hofburg
burg burgVienna burgVienna burgVienna
Vienna lune 10 lOEmpaor Emperor Francis FrancisJoseph FrancisJoseph FrancisJoseph
Joseph today received the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Austrian and Hungarian delega delegations del delegations ga gations ¬
tions in formal audience at the Hof Hofburg Hofburg Hotburg
burg Replying R plying to the addresses of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president president of the delegations the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror in a speech speC < h thanked thank d them for fortheir fortheir or ortheir
their loyal devotion The foreign re relations relations relations ¬
lations of Austria and Hungary he de declared d delared ddared ¬
dared were ere entirely friendly After an anexpression anexpression anexpression
expression of deep indignation at the theattempted theattempted theattempted
attempted assassination a of King Al Alfonso Alfonso Alfonso ¬
fonso and Queen Victoria the emperor emperorcontinued cmpfrorcontinued emperorcontinued
continued continuedOur continuedUOur continuedOur
Our alliance with Germany German proves provesitself proesitself provesitself
itself to be now no as hitherto by virtue virtueof
of its defensive and conservative char character character character ¬
acter a valuable guarantee for peace peaceBy pel peaceBy e eBy
By the visit Emperor William paid me mea mea mea
a few days ago our intimate and andfriendly andfriendly andfriendly
friendly relations again were placed on onrecord onrecord onrecord
record and marked Jby by the same feel feelings feelings feeliiigs ¬
ings of trust as our relations with our ourother ourother ourother
other ally Italy with which we find findourselves findourselves findourselves
ourselves in gratifying accord on mat matters matters mattern ¬
ters affecting us in common commonReferring commonReferring commonReferring
Referring to Russia and the Balkans Balkanshe
he said that although the situation in inthe inthe inthe
the Balkans showed many defects it itwas itas itwas
was as undoubtedly improved and that thatabove t113tabove thatabove
above all it had been found possible to toavert toavert toavert
avert more serious complications He Heexpressed Heexpressed Heexpressed
expressed satisfaction that peace had hadheen hadeen hadbeen
been een declared by Russia and Japan Japanthanks Japanthanks Japanthanks
thanks to the unselfish mediation of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Roosevelt and for the set settlement settlement settiement ¬
tlement at Algeciras of the difficulty difficultybetween difficultybetween difficultybetween
between Germany and France over Mo Morocco lf Morocco 0 0rocco ¬
rocco to which our mediatory action actioncontributed actioncontributed actioncontributed
contributed not the least part partAs partAs partAs
As in the past the emperor con continued continued continued ¬
tinued 4lthe the preservation of the peace peaceof peaceof peaceof
of Europe and above all in the mon monarchy monarchy monarchy ¬
archy will = m in the future continue to be bethe bethe bethe
the dominant idea of our foreign policy policyin
in dealing with international affairs affairsEmperor aff41irsmperor affairsmperor
Emperor mperor Francis Joseph announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that credits would be submitted for the thepurchase thepurchase thepurchase
purchase of arms and war materials materialsfor
for the more speedy construction of ofwarships ofwarships ofwarships
warships and armament armamentHEADON armamentHEADON armamentH
HEADON H EADO NO COLLISION COLLISIONTwenty COLLISION COLLISIONTwenty LU SI 0 N NTwenty
Twenty People Hurt in Portland PortlandStreet PortfandStreet PortlandStreet
Street Railway Accident AccidentPortland AccidentPortland AccidentPortland
Portland June 10 JOlore More than twenty twentypersons twentypersons twentypersons
persons were injured today none dan dangerously dangerously dangerously ¬
gerously in a headon collision be between between between ¬
tween two loaded Woodlawn cars of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Portland Railway company at the theintersection theintersection theintersectIon
I
intersection of Union and Holladay Holladayavenues Holladayavenues Holladayavenues
avenues There is a considerable in incline incline indine ¬
cline on Union avenue just beyond beyondHolladay bcyondHOllad beyondHo1Iadty
Holladay HOllad y and on this the incoming incomingcar
car which whi < h is supposed suppo ed to continue on onpast onpast onpast
past Holladay became uncontrollable uncontrollableThe
The car instead of continuing on its itsproper itsproper itsproper
proper tracks ran into an open switch switchat switchat
at Holladay and with terrific speed speedwhirled speedwhIrled speedwhirled
whirled around the corner and into an anoutgoing anoutgoing anoutgoing
outgoing Woodlawn car which had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come to a stop before turning from fromHollaHay fromHOllatlay fromHollatlay
HOllatlay into Union avenue Both cars carswere carswere carswere
were badly wrecked and hurried h rrled calls callswere callswere callswere
were sent for the police and ambu ambulances ambulances ambulances ¬
lances When all the passengers had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been removed from the cars it was wasfound iasfound a afound
found that only eight persons had suf suffered suffered sufbred ¬
fered sufficient injury to necessitate re removal removal removal ¬
moval to the hospital
GATHERED fROM fROMNEAR FROMNEAR
NEAR AND AFAR AFARThousands AFARThousands
Thousands of Christian Scien Scientists Scientists Scientists ¬
tists Attended Dedicatory DedicatoryExercises DedicatoryExercises DedicatoryExercises
Exercises at Boston BostonSIX BostonSIX BostonSIX
SIX SERVICES WERE HELD HELDEVEN HELDEVEN HELDEVEN
EVEN THEN THE THRONG WAS WASNOT WASNOT WASNOT
NOT ALL ADMITTED ADMITTEDBoston AbM AIDMITTEDBoston ITTED ITTEDBoston
I
Boston June 10 10One One of the most re remarkablo remarknble
markablo religious demonstrations ever everwitnessed everwitnessed CVOCwitnessed
witnessed in New England occurred today todaywhen tot1aywhen todaywhen
when a new 1000000 Christian Science Sciencetemple Sciencetemple Sciencetemple
temple in the Back Bay district was de dedicated dedicated dedicated ¬
dicated From every state in the Union Unionand unionAnd Unionand
and from all parts of the world came peo people people peopie ¬
ple to be at the dedicatory services It Itwas It1iS Itwas
was 1iS estimated that more than 40000 40000Christian 40000Christian 40000Christian
Christian Scientists were in the city to today toda today ¬
day da Six services were held to accommo accommodate accommodate accommodate ¬
date the vast throngs but even then thenthousands thenthousands thenthousands
thousands were w > re unable to gain admission admissionto
to ti the temple The seating capacity of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new edifice exceeds 5000 and at each eachservice eachservice eachservice
service today hundreds stood s1P alpodin < > < I in the aisles aislesand ai61esAnd aislesand
and in the rear of the church churchThousands churchThousands churchThousands
Thousands in Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The first service was held hic > ld at 7 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning As early ear as 1 oclock hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of the Christian Chri tlan Scientists were werestanding werestanding werestanding
standing in line waiting patiently RtientJ for the thedoors thedoors thedoors
doors to open At 5 oclock there were at atleast atleast atleast
least 3000 in the street opposite the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church and an hour later the number numberhad numberhad numberhad
had swollen to iOOO 0OO I At 7 p o oclock clock there therewere therew therewere
were w re 10000 persons waiting As quickly quicklyas
as one service was completed and the thecongregation tbecongregation thecongregation
congregation had departed the temple templewas templewas templewas
was filled again and there were thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of people on the outside who were wereunable wereI wereunable
unable to net In InThe InThe InThe
I The services today toda were identical apd andeach apdeach apdeach
each service was about two hours in inlength inI inlength
length The occasion combined both the theannual theannual theannual
I annual communion and the dedicatory dedicatoryexercises dedicatoryI dedicatoryexercises
exercises It consisted of the usual usualreading usualChristian usualChristian
I Christian Science opening exercises the thereading thereadIng
reading of the tenets of the church a de dedicatory dedicatory dedicatory ¬
dicatory address prepared by b Mrs Mary MaryBaker lIaryBaker MaryBaker
Baker Eddy Edd and read by b W V D McCrack McCracken
en first reader of the church and a len lesson Jessori lenson ¬
son sori sermon specially prepared for the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion
Repeated Lords Prayer PrayerAt
At the close of the lesson sermon in ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to the usual custom of the church churchin
in response to an invitation of the first firstreader firstreader firstreader
reader the entire congregation knelt in insilent insilent insilent
silent communion followed by the audi audible audible audible ¬
ble repetition of the Lords prayer The Thecongregational Thecongregational Thecongregational
congregational singing was a feature of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the services At the close of each e ch service serviceEdward serviceEdward serviceEdward
Edward A Kimball of Chicago presented presenteda
a reply of thanks to Mrs Eddy for her herdedicatory herdedicatory herdedicatory
dedicatory address and for her general generalwork generalwork generalwork
work in behalf of the church In her ad address address ¬ 1 1dress
dress referring especially to the dedi dedication dedication I Ication ¬
cation of the new temple Mrs Eddy Eddywrote Eddywrote Eddywrote
wrote wroteBeloved wroteuBeJ wroteBeloved
uBeJ Beloved ved I am not with you OU in propria propriapersona propriapersona propriapersona
persona at this momorable dedication and andcommunion an ancommunion andcommunion
communion season but I am with you in inspirit insplrlt inspirit
spirit and in truth lovingly thanking thankingyour thankingour thankingyour
your our generosity and fidelity and saying sayingvirtually sayIngJrtually sayingvirtually
virtually what the prophet said s id Con Continue Continue Continue ¬
tinue to choose whom you will serve serveYou serveYou serveYou
You have dexterously and wisely pro provided proded provided ¬
vided ded for the mother church of Christ ChristScientist ChristSc ChristScientist
Scientist Sc cnti8t a magnificent temple wherein whereinto heretnto
to enter and pray pra Greatly impressed and andencouraged andencouraged andencouraged
encouraged thereby deeply do I thank thankyou tbankou thankyou
you ou for this proof of your our progress unity unityand unlt unltand unityand
and love loveThe JoveThe loveThe
The edifice of the mother church of ofChrist ofChrist ofChrist
Christ Scientist began with the cross crossits crossits crossits
its extension is the crowning ultimate ultimaterise ultimaterise ultimaterise
rise to a mental monument a superstruc superstructure superstructure superstructure ¬
ture high above the works of mens menshands menshands menshands
hands even en the outcome of their hearts heartsgiving heartsgiving heartsgiving
giving to the material a special signifi significance significance significance ¬
cance the special beauty and achieve achievements achievements achievements ¬
ments of goodness goodnessmethinks methinks this church churchis
is the one edifice on earth which most mostprefigures mStprefigures mostpreuigures
prefigures selfabnegation hope ho faith faithlove faithlove faithlove
love catching a glimpse of gk glory gloryAn gloryAn > r rAn >
An Imposing Structure StructureThe
The temple which is entirely entireI free fr from fromdebt fromdebt fromdebt
debt is one of the most imposing struc structures structures structures ¬
tures in Boston and is said to be the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest church in New England Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian Scientists all over the world have haveaided haveaided haveaided
aided in its construction which has oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied more than two years yearsKILLED yearsc yearsKILLED yearsKILLED
c
KILLED BY TORNADO TORNADODewey TORNADODewey TORNADODewey
Dewey I T June 10 10A A tornado here bere1ast
last night demolished several residences residencesand
and wrecked vr ked 200 00 oil derricks causing a a1os
loss 1os of 50COO COO In the destruction of the
home h2me of Charles Ishelman Mrs J J T
Knowles of Los Angeles Cal was killed killedand killedan killedand
and an < her daughter Mrs Ishelman I was wasseriously wassenousl wasseriously
seriously senousl injured
CHANCELLOR DAY DAYHAS DAYHAS
HAS HIS HISDOUBTS HISDOUBTSBaccalaureate DOUBTS DOUBTSBaccalaureate
Baccalaureate Sermon Which WhichSarcastically WhichSarcastically WhichSarcastically
Sarcastically Refers to tothe tothe tothe
the President PresidentMONARCHY PresidentMONARCHY PresidentMONARCHY
MONARCHY WITHOUT NAME NAMEHARPIES NAMEHARPIES NAMEHARPIES
HARPIES SENT OUT TO CREATE CREATEPUBLIC CREATEPUBLIC CREATEPUBLIC
PUBLIC SENTIMENT SENTIMENTSyracuse SENTIMENTSyracuse SENTIMENTSyracuse
Syracuse Syracuse N Y Yt June 1 1eChncello1 1eChncello1D Chancellor ChancellorDay
Day D y In his annual baccalaureate bacc J ureate ser sermon sermon sermon ¬
mon today reaffirmed re ffirmed his attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudetoward
toward the large corporations saying sayingthey stlyingthey sayingthey
they were the logical result of the thegreat thereat thegreat
great reat stride the world orld is making He Heagain Heagain Heagain
again issued a warning against the as assumption Atsumption assumnption ¬
sumption of too much power by the thepresident thopresident thepresident
president and in referring to the re reports reports reports ¬
ports of Packingtown slaughter houses housessaid hoU8Msaid houndssaid
said that if onehundredth part of what whatwas whatWa5 whatwas
was printed was true people would be badying bedying bedying
dying by b thousands thousandsThe thousandtThe thousandsThe
The sermon in part was ae 8 follows followsWhen folio folioWhen followsrhen
When rhen senators and representatives representativesreceive repreeentattvesrecehe representativesreceive
receive orders from the executive where whereappears whenappears wheitappears
appears to popular passion are made to toforce toforce toforce
force them to action to which hich their theirsound theirsound theirsound
sound judgment jud t and hottest convictions convictionsare
are opposed the government by the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people and for the people becomes omes a amisnomer 3mh a amisnomer
misnomer mh nomer and a deception In that thathour thatbour thathour
hour we e are a monarchy monar hY without wltlM > ut the thename thename thename
name
Dazed or Daft DaftIt
It is to be hoped that we are not 10 10dazed < o odazed odazed
dazed and so daft by an office that has hasgrown basown hasgrown
grown own great with our greatness greatn that it itmay itmay itmay
may be permitted to set aside courts courtssenates courtssenates courtssenates
senates and congresses congressesRecently congre55e8Recently congressesRecently
Recently pressure was brought brou kt by a amessage amessage
message the purposa of which the thesenators thescntors thescrjtors
senators instantly understood and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which evidently was intended to appeal appealto
to longprepared prejudices of the peo people people peepie ¬
ple
Is this method legislation islation to which whichthis whichthis whichthis
this great nation has descended Is lathis Isthis Isthis
this new way the best to make our ourlaws ourla ourlaws
laws la s The people should awaken to tothe tothe tothe
the danger that threatens representa representative ¬
tive government governmentWe
We have fallen into a scandal scandalmongering scandalmongering Hdal Hdalmongering
mongering epoch The foul harpies b rples of ofslander otslander ofslander
slander have created a condition and andall andaU andall
all of the civilized world is nauseated nauseatedat rnLuse ted tedat
at the thought of us It has cost us ustens ustens ustens
tens of millions of money and the re respect respect respect ¬
spect of mankind It will and should shouldcost siHMlldcast shoaldcost
cost our self respect if we do not burn burnout Hrnout barnout
out with the caustic of a hot indigna indignation incUgaation indtgnatioti ¬
tion this th sort of slander slanderDangerous slanderDangerous slanderDangerous
Dangerous at Best BestThe BestUThe BestThe
The scandalmongers who drag the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people through slaughter houses to ex exhibit exhibit cxhibit ¬
hibit In lowest forms the food of their theirtables theirtables theirtables
tables by exaggerations and stories of ofthings ofthings ofthings
things that always must be offensive o < < en lve at atbest atbest atbest
best are mistaken agitators and es especially especially enpeelally ¬
pecially dangerous to us as a people at atthis atthis atthin
this time timeA
A man writes rlteg a book or publishes a aseries a aserJeg aseries
series of magazine articles and makes makesfrantic makesfrantie makesfrantic
frantic effort to have a condition of offrenzy offrenzy offrenzy
frenzy created that will ill sell his foul foulsmelling foulsmeIltng foulsmelling
smelling pages to a people delirious deliriouswith deJirlo deliriouswith i iwith
with the fever of sensationalism sensationalismBut
But there are hundreds of thousands thousandswho thousandswho thousandswho
who never ask a question or apply the thesimplest thesimplest thesimplest
simplest analysis to any charge A Ascare Ascare
scare line in a yellow paper is equiva equivalent equivaIfnt equivalent ¬
lent to the th verdict of a jury and the thepeople th9people thepeople
people upon this verdict pronounce pronouncesentence pronouncesentence
sentence of damnation damnationThis damnationThis damnationThis
This is the epoch we are in Ncyth Ncything Nch Nching Nethlug
ing is right Everything Is wrong wrongEverybody wrongEetybody wrongEveiybody
Everybody is bad except the accusers accusersEverybody ACCU accusersEverybody Brs BrsEYerybod
Everybody seems to be on the verge ver ge of ofbeing orbeing ofbeing
being drawn into the filth and slime of ofdamnation ordamnation ofdamnation
damnation or the deadly flredarnp fired rhp of ofsuspicion ofsuspicion ofsuspicion
suspicion Committees are sent out to tobring tobring tobring
bring back shocking things and if they theycome the thecoone theycome
come back without them others oth ers em are aresent are aresent aresent
sent with ith more sensitive 8el1 itive powers Those Thosewhose Thosewhose Thosewhose
whose judicial temperament unfit them themfor themfor themfor
for hysteria are threatened thre threatened tened with ith dis dismissal dlsmi8sal dismissal ¬
missal or branded as remiss in duty
The people who wait for both sides of ofthe orthe ofthe
the case are tools of trusts trustsHow tnIstsuHow trustsHow
How long can a nation endure such suchaction SU suchaction < h haction
action of things They threaten the thestability thestability thestability
stability of all forms of business and andcreate 8ndcreate andcreate
create universal distrust
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You Y u Mr Man you who whoown whoown
own the fiveroom cottage you youare YOIUare youare
are the man who needs n eds to send sendyour sendyour sendyour
your name to Oscar L Cox at atthe atthe atthe
the Y M C A and enter enterfor enterfor enterfor
for the Backyard Beautiful Beautifulcontest autiful autifulcontest
contest You may get 10 1 0 for forjust forjust forjust
just a little care of your premises

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