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New Haven Conn Aug 31 31The 31Thevisit 31ThevI1t The Thevisit
visit ofWilliam oi of William Jennings Jennings Bryan to toConnecticut toConneatl toConneQtIut
Conneatl Connecticut ut today t toda da must have strongly stronglyreminded stronglyremlnd stronglyremindi
remlnd reminded d him of the strenuous days daysduring daysduring daysduring
during his presidential campaigns for forho forhOdeI1vercd forhe
ho hOdeI1vercd delivered four addresses each of ofconsiderable ofr
r considerable length attended two re receptions receptions receptions ¬
1 ceptions and was the center of hand handt
t itj U shaking bees whenever his admirers admirerscould admirerscould admirerscould
could reach re ch him All this was crowded crowdedInto crowdedInto crowdedinto
Into the Ijours ours between noon when he hereached heroached hereached
reached this city and the hour of his hisretirement hisretlren1ent hisretirement
retirement tonight as the guest of for former forner foriier ¬
mer Senator Archibald McNeil of ofBridgeport ofBridgeport ofBridgeport
Bridgeport Everywhere he was heart ¬
ily received although there was an anabsence anabsence anabsence
absence of street demonstrations both bothhere bothhere bothhere
here and in Bridgeport His audiences audienceshowever audienceshowever audienceshowever
however at times were wildly enthusi enthusiastic enthusiasUc enthusiastic ¬
astic and especially at the noon lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon here hereMr hereMr hereMr
Mr Bryan In Deadly Earnest EarnestThe EarnestThe EarnestThe
The features f aturcs of the day were the theluncheon theluncheon theluncheon
luncheon and the conference of the theNew theNew theNew
New England Democrats At the for former former former ¬
mer Mr Bryan Br an was welcomed to the thecity thedty thecity
city and state st tc with vft a cordiality that thatfor thatfor I Ifor
for warmth has seldom seldom been extended extendedto I
to a visitor and at the latter he stood
before a representative body of New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England Democrats and with great greatearnestness greatoornestlless greatearnestness
earnestness spoke of the problems problemswhich problemswhich problemswhich
which the party must face In the com ¬
ing campalghs Mr Bryan Br an said in the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of this address that New Eng ¬
land never had been a a good goo < 1 breeding breedingplace breedingpkLce
b place for Democracy Democr cy Jefferson had hadnever hadnever
f never considered It so neither did
Jackson J
Rush All Day Long LongA
A delay at the start of Mr Bryans Bryanstrip Bryanstrip Bryanstrip
trip caused an overlapping of the three threemeetings threemeetings threemeetings
meetings here to the disappointment disappointmentof
of many The mass meeting on the theGreen theGreen theGreen
Green had to be started bofore b fore the theluncheon theluncheon theluncheon i
luncheon was actually act UIy y over and the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic conference was not com completed completcd conipleted ¬
pleted until It was time for Mr Bryan Bryanto Branto
to deliver his third address of the day
The chief changein changelnLhEMiprogrnm iha prograna hero herewas herowas herowas
was the Inclusion of exGovernor Gar Garvin Garvin Garvia
vin of Rhode Island as one of the oth other other other ¬
er speakers after the address he h had hadprepared hadrepared
prepared for the luncheon had been beenruled beenruled beenruled
ruled out as being out of place as a astrictly astrictly astrictly
strictly nonpartisan gathering the thechange thechange thechange
change being made at the last moment momentMr moment11r momentMr
Mr Garvin spoke at the luncheon lunch on how however howenr however ¬
ever paying a n tribute to the upright uprightness uprightness uprightness ¬
ness of Mr Bryan BryanAddress BryanAddress BryanAddress
Address at Bridgeport BridgeportMr
Mr Bryan lef left New Haven for forBridgeport forBrldgaport forBridgeport
Bridgeport shortly before 6 oclock In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that city going to the home of Mr Mc McNeil 1lcell McNeil ¬
Neil ell for dinner and later addressing addressingan
an audience at the armory Both of ofhis ofhfs
y his main addresses at the mass meet meetIngs meetIngs meetIrigs
Ings were along the lines of his ad address address address ¬
dress at Madison Square Garden last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night touching upon Issues which he helias hohas hehas
has declared to be of paramount Im Importance Importance imPortanCo ¬
portance at this time Tomorrow morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing Mr Bryan will return to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Most of the members of his par party party party ¬
ty who were with him today left for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their homes h mos tonight tonightBRYAN tonightBRYAN tonightBRYAN
Great Crowds Welcomed the Com Commoner Commoner Cornmonet ¬
moner With Hearty Cheers CheersNew CheersNew CheersNew
New Haven Conn Aug 31 31Wfllfam William J JBnan JBryan
Bryan reached New Haven at 1215 1215oclock 1215ociock 1215ocioek
oclock the car occupied by the partybe partybeing party partybeIng be beIng ¬
ing detached and set on a siding At the thestation thestation theMatlon
station was fl2 a long line of carriages for forthe forthe forthe
the members of the party and for the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee of entertainment In n and andabout andabout andahout
about tho station and on the nearby nearbystreets nearbystreots nearbystreots
streots the crowd filled the walks and a ahearty ahearty ahearty
hearty round of cheers was given the thearrivals thearrivals thearrlvls
arrivals Mr Bryan was greeted by
1IeuttfnantGovernor Woodruff and May Mayor lIa lIafir ¬
or r Stud Studley ley As soon as the carriages carriageswere carrIagesw carriageswere
were w re filled brass bands struck up a lively livelymarch livelymarch livelymarcIa
march and the procession started across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the city to the headquarters of the Dem Democratic Democratic DcmOcratic ¬
ocratic city committee in Chapel street streetJust strctJust streetJust
Just before the arrival of the New NewYork NewYorle NewYork
York train a delegation from Rhode Is Island Island Island ¬
land headed by exGovernor Garvln Garvlncame GarvIncamo Gnrvlncame
came from the east so that the escort to toMr toIr toMr
Mr Ir Bryan was a considerable number numberOwing numberOwing numberOwing
Owing to the fact that arrangements arrangementswere
were a little Httl behind hand the stop at atDemocratic atDemocratic atDemocratic
Democratic committee rooms was only onl onltor
for a few moments and handshaking was waslimited waslimited waslimited
limited to a small number of the more moreprominent moreprominent moreprominent
prominent men present Carriages were werethen werethon werethen
then driven Into Court street where at atMusic atlush atMusic
Music lush hall tho luncheon was spread spreadBryan spreadaryan spreadByan
Bryan No Stranger StrangerThe
The visit here of Mr Ir Bryan today toda was wasan wasnn wasan
an event of more than ordinary Interest Interestalthough interestalthough Interestalthough
although he Is no stranger to the city
Many times In the last two years ears and andprior andprIor andprior
prior to his trip abroad Sir 1r Bryan was washere washere washere
here to attend duties as executor of the theestate thestate theestate
estate of the late Phllo S Bennett and to toappear toappear toappear
appear as a t party in the legal complica complications complications complications ¬
tions developsjl by his administration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trust The throngs from the station stationto JtnUonto
to Music hall today where luncheon was waserved wasserved wasserved
served was made up largely of persons personsfrom personstrom personsfrom
from the summer resorts in this vicin vicinity vlclnJty vleinity ¬
ity The city people turned out by the thethousands thethousands thethousands
thousands at the mass meeting meetln on the thegreen thegre thegreen
green gre n Trains from the east and west all allthe aUtho allthe
the morning mornln were crowded mostly with withmen wIthmcn withmen
men who ho bore marks of travel trav travas as If com coming comins
t ing from considerable distances distancesAS
J i AS Mr Bryan passed into tho thohall hall where wherehe wherebe wherelie
he was to be entertained at luncheon he hewas heVas heas
was Vas as rousingly cheered In th the gallery gallerywere galleryWere gallerywere
were many man women womenAddresses womenAddresses womenAddresses
Addresses of Welcome WelcomeToastmasfer WelcomeTO WelcomeToastmaster
Toastmaster TO Btmasler Dr A B Fuller welcomed welcomedMr
Mr Bryan Br an for the Democratic club and andMayor and1IaorSludleY andMayor
Mayor 1IaorSludleY Studley for the city cityLieutenantGovcrnor cilyLieutenantGovernor cityLieutenantGovernOr
LieutenantGovernor Rollins Woodruff Woodruffacting Woodruffnctlng Woodruffacting
acting governor then In behalf of the thestate thestate thestate
state welcomed Mr lr Bryan uas as a distin distinguished distinguished dfstinguished ¬
guished American gentleman and ox oxtended QXtended oxtended
tended him the freedom of the common commonwealth commonwea1th commonwcalth ¬
wealth wealthAs wea1thA wcalthAs
As A Mr Bryan Br nn arose to speak there were wereprolonged woreproltJngcd weret
t prolonged cheers Mr Bryan said he hefound hefound
V found it difficult to sneak at all upon uponlIllfca
I 1 political lIllfca I subjects without being mlscon mlsconstrued ml5conf5truedl
I strued f5truedl and as a consequence ho would wouldil
say nothing nothingpoUUcal political for fear he would be
misinterpreted mlslnterjoretedHe
He spoke about his frlp around the theworld
world saying he took it for an educa ¬
tion and had found it to be as educating
as he had exyected eXV ctcd He was impressed impressedwhile Impressodwhile impressedwhile
while abroad by the altruism of the Unit United United United ¬
ed States Nothing N NOthin thlng in the world ap ¬
proached America In this respect Mr
Bryan Br an said that If we spent onetenth onetenthof
of the money mone upon education that we wespend wespend wespend
spend In building up an army or navy
we would be e better protected In speak ¬
ing of the conditionsIn the orient he said
that the educational movement moyem nt therewas therewasone thorey s sone sone
one of the most Important of all problems problemsand problemsantI problemsand
and ha li hoped all Americans would realize
it and act accordingly accordinglyEnthusiastic accordinglyEnthusiastic accordinglyEnthusiastic
Enthusiastic Cheers CheersWhen CheersVhCH CheersWhen
When VhCH Mr Bryan ryan had concluded concIttd d he was wascheered wascheered wascheered
cheered enthusiastically for several min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes after which exGovernor Garvin of
Rhode Island made a few remarks in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he said Mr r Bryan was to be eorn eornpllmented com complimented coinpilmented
pllmented upon his success both here hereand he hereand e eund
and abroad abroatfGeorge abroaCtGeorge abroadGeorge
George Fred Williams of Massachusetts Massachusettsalso i ialso
also alsoAt spoke spokeAt SDO C CAt
At the conclusion of the speaking Mr
Bryan met the delegations deegationsfrom from the New
England states statt when a conference on onpolTtical onpolitical onpolitical
political matters attcrs was held heldIn heldIn
In tho meantime the hour had arrived I
for beginning the mass meeting The Thegreen Thegreen Thegreen
green was the gathering place of several severalthousand severalthousand severalthousand
thousand people The first speaker was
Congressman Lentz of Ohio OhioAfter OhioAfter OhioAfter
After Congressman Lentz had conclud concluded ¬
ed Mr Garvin spoke Mr Garvin had hadprepared hadprepared hadprepared
prepared an address to have delivered at atthe atthe atthe
the luncheon but the committee In Incharge Incharge Incharge
charge having decided that this affair affairwas affairwas affairwas
was to be strictly stricti nonpartisan Mr Gar Garvin Garvin Garvia ¬
vin was invited to make m ke his principal ad address address ¬
dress at the green He also spoke brief briofly briefly ¬
ly at the political 1 > conference Mr Gar Garvin Garvin Carvia ¬
vin said saidExGovernor saidExGovernor saidExGovernor
ExGovernor Garvins Speech SpeechThe SpeechThe SpeechThe
The Republican leaders are trying to tomake tomake tomake
make the countrys countr s prosperity the para paramount paramount paramount ¬
mount political issue But issues are
born not made to order As a matter of
fact the masses of the people do not fool foolthemselves Ceelthemselves feelthemselves
themselves to be really prosperous On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the contrary they the are painfully aware aware
that the trustsand trusts md kindred monopolies monopolieswhich monopolieswhich monopolieswhich
which are wildly prosperous have become becomeso
so by the exploitation of the common commonpeople commoq comrnoipeople
people peopleThe people1he peopleThe
The people have haNestudied stuclied with horror
the exposures of venal legislators and andcorrupting andcorru andcozruptiflg
corrupting corru thg corporations and they the have havewatched h v vwatched vd vdwatched
watched with care the course of congress congressn
in i n Its attempt to deal with a few of the theworse theworst theworst
worst monopolies monopoliesIn
In the coming fall campaign the votes votesfor yotosfor votesfor
for congressmen will show whether the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country is satisfied with the result qf the thewellmeant thewellmeant thewellmeant
wellmeant efforts of President Roosevelt Rooseveltto
to curb the trusts trustsCause trustsCause trustsCause
Cause Must Be Removed RemovedFrom RemovedU RemovedFrom
U From rom the nature of the case case the re reluctanth reluctantly ¬
luctantly passed railroad rate bill and andthe andthe andthe
the pure food law will not halt for a sin single single singb ¬
gle gb day da the march of the trusts over the thebodies thebodies thebodies
bodies and souls of the American peo people people peopie ¬
ple Chronic diseases cannot be cured by b btreating
treating symptoms s only The removal removalof
of the cause is the first and most essen essential 085enUal essentint ¬
tint step Moreover it is not enough in inthe Intho Inthe
the language of President Roosevelt to toeuro tocuro tocure
euro the trusts but as Mr lr Bryan has hasrecently hasrecently hasrecently
recently said they must be destroyed A Aprivate AprIvate Aprivate
private monopoly is indefensible and in intolerable Intolerable intolerable ¬
tolerable tolerableMr tolerableMr tolerableMr
Mr Garvin discussed the Constitutional Constitutionalmeans constitutionalmeans
means by which monopolistic bodies may
be reached if our law makers obey the thespirit thesphlt thespirit
spirit as well as the letter IctteroC of organic organiclaw organiclaw organiclaw
law He declared that the prefect pr ect In InNew InNew inNew
New England for Democratic victory this thisautumn thisautumn thisautumn
autumn was brighter than at any time timesince timesInce timesince
since 1S92 1S92George 1892George 1S92George
George Fred Williams finished an ad address address address ¬
dress just as Mr Bryan entered the big bigstand bigstand bigstand
Mr Bryans Speech SpeechMr
Mr Bryan Br ln was Introduced during deaf deafening deafenIng deafening ¬
ening applause and held the attention attentionof
of his big audience for nearly three threequarters threequarters threequarters
quarters of an hour He said among oth other othor othor ¬
or things thingsI
OIl I have found Jhat that the Government Is Isto Isto isto
to a very large extent an accurate reflec reflecion refJecVion refiecion
Vion ion of the Intelligence of a people for forwhen forwhen forwhen
when there is great Ignorance there Is Isusually Isusually isusually
usually very bad government Where Wherethe Wherethe Wherethe
the people are not trained to studies and anddo anddo anddo
do not for themselves understand the is issues Issues issues ¬
sues they are taken advantage of by
those who do understand And I have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been encouraged cn ouraged to find tnat everywhere everywherethere everwherethere everywherethere
there > Is a tendency to enlarge the sphere sphereof
of education for it means that there will willalso willalso willalso
also be growth In the government toward towardperfection towardperfection towardperfection
perfection perfectionWhat perfectionWhat perfectionWhat
What the President Needs NeedsNow NeedsNow NeedsNow
Now today the Democratic party has hasa
a policy The Republican party does not notoutline notoutline notoutline
outline its policy as the th Democratic party
does The president today is embar embarrassed embarrassed embarrassed ¬
rassed by the fact that you can search searchthe searchthe searchthe
the platform upon which he was elected electedwith electedwith electedwith
with a magnifying magnlf lng glass and you OU cannot cannotfind cannotfind cannotfind
find one single promise of reform on any anysubject an ansubject anysubject
subject The trouble with the president presidenthas
has been when he tried to do anything an thlng he hehad he1md hehad
had to whip the Republicans in line with withthe withtho withthe
the Democratic platform Instead of the theRepublican thoRepublican theRepublican
Republican platform And the trouble troublewith troublewith troublewith
with the Republican party in this cam campaign campaIgn campaign ¬
paign is that Its motto Is Stand pat de defend defand defend ¬
fend what you haye not and dont prom promise promIse promiso ¬
ise anything more They say Stand by bythe bythe bythe
the president Well my friends the only onlyway onlywa onlyway
way wa you can stand by the president if ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he really wants want reform Is to give him a aDemocratic aDemocratic aDemocratic
Democratic congress to back him instead insteadof
of a Republican congress congressLine congressLine congressLine
Line Going to Be Drawn DrawnMy DrawnlI DrawnMy
My lI friends frl nds I believe that a private privatemonopoly prhratemonopolY privatemonopoly
monopoly is an Indefensible thing You Youcannot Youcannot Youcannot
cannot find a Republican platform that thatdenounces thatdenounces thatdenounces
denounces the principle of private mo monopoly mo110poh monopoly ¬
nopoly The line Is going to be drawn drawnWe drawnWe drawnWe
We are going to find out who Is in favor favorof favorof favorof
of exterminating a trust and who is not notIn notIn notin
In favor of It Th mnn who Is In favor favorof favorof favorof
of regulating might just as well takt takthis takthis takehis
his mask and declare himself foryou foryoucannot for you youcannot youcannot
cannot regulate a private monopoly It Itregulates Itregulates Itregulates
regulates you youI
11 I tell you that arbitration is a force forceful forceful forceful ¬
ful thing I tell you that the president presidentof
of the United States has to hiscredit his credit a agreat agreat agreat
great achievement He settled the coal coalstrike coaltrlke coalstrike
strike trlke after a a loss of ofI 45000000 45000000I
I think it Is one of the proudest acts of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his official capacity but my m friends l Iam lam Lam
am not satisfied that he h shall have one onestrike onestriJtc on onstrike
strike after a loss of 515000000 l OOOOOO I want wanta
a system that will make it unnecessary unnecessaryContinued unnccessar unnccessarContinued unnecessaryContinued
Continued on Page 2
I I Didnt Realize What a Big Man You Were Mr Bryan 1 I
Mayor of San Francisco Bring Bringing BIinging Bringing ¬
ing Street Railway and Em Employes Employes Employes ¬
ployes Together TogetherSari TogetherSariFrancisco
Sari SariFrancisco Francisco Aug 31r 31 3kThere There Isa Is a very veryfavorable veryfavorable veryfavorable
favorable outlook for > the th settlement settlementwithin settJementwithin settlementwithin
within the th n6Xt n xm5ct xt t twentyfour ent i t T hours hoursotdie hoursotdiestclke ofthe ofthestrike ofthesthlke
strike onthe on thQ th United Railways R tJ ays This Thismorning Thismornh1g hs hsmorning
morning President President Calhoun Calh un of the railway railwaycorporation ral rallwtiycorporation ytiy ytiycorporation
corporation and his assitant Thornwell ThornwellMullally rhornwell1ullall 2hornwohlMullally
Mullally 1ullall held a long conference conf rence with withMayor withMayor withMayor
Mayor Schmitz The outcome of this thismeeting thism thismeting
meeting m eUng was the authorization of the themayor th thma themayor
mayor ma or by bYPresident bPrcsident President Calhoun to offer ar arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
bitration of all disputed subjects to the thecarmen thecarmen thecarmen
carmen 3Ir Calhoun Insisted however
that the strikers must first return to towork towork towork
work bpfoie bpf e the work of arbitrating the
demands of the Carmens unioirwlll be
taken up Mayor Schmitz then summoned
President Cornelius and Secretary Bowl
Ing of the union and fora tor a number or
hours discussed with them the proposition propositionof
of Mr Calhoun and the strike situation
In gentral gentralAt genEra genEraAt genfralAt
At tho conclusion of the discussion of
the officials of the union Issued a call
for a mass meeting of the members of
the organization to be held tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning at 9 oclock In the Central the theater theater theatOr ¬
ater to take action on Calhouns offer
Mayor Schmitz thinks that the end of
the strike is near The carmen have al already already a aready ¬
ready agreed to arbitrate the matter oZ
daily work hours and it Is thought they
will ill make mal e a similar concession on the thewage thewage thewage
wage question qu > sUon and return to work pend ¬
ing the decision of the umpires umpiresTALKED umpirese umpiresTAlKfD umpiresTAkD
Vice President Fairbanks Visits VisitsGrand VisitsGrand VisitsGrand
Grand Army Reunion at atDodge atDodge atDodge
Dodge City Kan KanDodge KanDOdge KanDodge
Dodge City Kan Aug 31 31Vice 31VicePresident VicePresident Vice VicePresident
President Charles Ch r1es W Yo Fairbanks de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered a patriotic address here today todayto
to several thousand old soldiers and andothers andothers andothers
others drawn from all parts of the thestate thestate th6state
state at the camp occupied by the theveterans theveterans theveterans
veterans attending att ndlng the th annual h al reunion reunionof reuii reuiiof
of the Kansas G A R RVicePresident RVicePresident RVicePresident
VicePresident Fairbanks said in inpart Inpart Inpart
part 0 044ire
44ire We have daily an increasing proof proofof proofof
of the value of the service of the Union Unionsoldier Unionsoldier Unionsoldier
soldier in the cause of o the jepubllc jepubllcIts
Its expanding power its growing growinggrandeur growinggrandeur growinggrandeur
grandeur were only possible through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the victory won by the heroic efforts effortsof effortsof
of the mighty army of the Union UnionThe UnionThe UnionThe
The Grand Army of the Republic Republichas Republfch Republichas
has h s demonstrated full well that tho thogreat thogreat thegreat
great body of the people may be relied reliedupon rcliel1upon reliedupon
upon to fight its battles battJ s that the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American private citizen is readily readU readUtransformed
transformed into invincible fighting fightingmaterial fightingmaterial I Imaterial
material The members of that army armymade armymade armymade
made forever glorious American arms armsnot arms110t armshot
not only because they achieved a great greatvictory greatvictor greatvictory
victory victor but because they the won it in an aneverlastingly aneverlastingly aneverlastingly
everlastingly rghteous cause cau e They
have the consciousness of a mighty mightywork mightyworle mightywork
work well performed performedLater performedLater performedLater
Later in the day Mr Fairbanks took tooka
a train for the west bound for Boise BoiseCity BoiseCity BoiseCity
City Ida IdaEND IdaEND IdaEND
Guest of President Roosevelt Makes Makesa
a Prediction PredictionOyster I IOrster IOyster
Oyster Bay Aug 31 31President 31PresidentRoosevelt 31PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt had seven luncheon guests gueststoday gue gueststoday ts tstoday
today They Included Francis E Leup Leupncommissioner Leupcommissioner Leupcommissioner
commissioner of Indian affairs Lymah LymanAbbott LymahAbbott LymahAbbott
Abbott editor of Outlook Silas McBee McBeeeditor MeBeeeditor rcBeeeditor
editor of the Churchman Count CountGlelchen CountGlelchen CountGleicheri
Glelchen British military attache attacheLeigh attacheLeigh attacheLeigh
Leigh Hunt Grander Matthews and andRepresentative andRepresentative andRepresentative
Representative Herbert Parsons chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the New Xork county Repub Republican RepubIIcan Bepublican ¬
lican committee whose visit was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced by the president last Wednes Wednesday Wcdnesdar Wdnesdar ¬
dar darBet x xBefore
Before Bet > re taking his carriage for Saga Sagamore Sagamore ¬
more Hill Mr Parsons Parso s predicted the theend theend theend 0
end of the Odell rule ruI < < in New York Yorkon Yorlon
on Sept 25 the date of the Republican Republicanstate Republicanstate Republicanstate
state convention conventlonj
Meat Products Must Be Truth Truthfully Truthfully
0 fully Labeled or They Can Cannot Cannot CannotBe ¬
not notBe Be e Shipped ShippedWashington ShippedWashington ShippedWashington
Washington Aug 31 31Secretary Secretary Wil Wilson WUon WIlson ¬
son on assured the representatives of the themeat thomeat themeat
meat packing interests of the country countrywith countrywfth countrywith
with whom he continued iiis hlsconf hlsconfnce h1sconfoxnce confor conforence =
ence nce today that he had ri ire b authority to toextend toextend toextend
extend beyond the 1st of October next nextthe nextthe nextthe
the placing of labels on canned or other othermeat othermeat othermeat
meat products He told the packers packersflatly packersflatl packersflatly
flatly flatl tha thq they must be prepared on onthat onthat onthat
that date properly to label their goods goodsor
or they would not be b permitted to send sendthem sendthem
them through the channels of interstate interstatecommence interstatecommece interstatecornmcre
commence commenceThe commece commeceThe cornmcreThe
The question was raised as to the thestatus thestatus thestatus
status of the goods now on the shelves shelvesof
of the wholesale and retail merchants merchantsof
of the country countr The secretary said saidit saWit saidit
it was manifestly impossible for the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government to inspect them The Theowners Theowners Theowners
owners or holders of the goods he sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested would have to take their theirchances theirchances theirchances
chances on selling them One thing thingwas thingwas thingwas
was certain They could not be shipped shippedfrom shlppedfrom shippedfrom
from one state to another anotherBOYCOTT anotherr anotherBOYCOTT anotherBOYCOTTLEGALAT
Washington Aug 31 3LThe The rights of oflabor oflabor oflabor
labor unions and their sympathizers to tocall tocall tocall
call on 0111helr their friends to withhold patron patronage patronage patronage ¬
age from a nonunion tradesman was wasrecognized waslecognlzed wasrecognized
recognized as not being illegal by Jus Justice Justice Justice ¬
tice Stafford in the district supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court today In making this decision decisionJustice decisionJustice decisionJustice
Justice Stafford dismissed the tem temporary temponlry ternporary ¬
porary injunction against the Bakery Bakeryand Balceryand BakeryInd
and Confectionery Workers Interna International International Internationai ¬
tional union which had been obtained obtainedby obtainedby
by John Bender a baker who alleged allegedthat allegedthat allegedthat
that he was being harrassed by bymeans bymeansof means meansof meansof
of a systematic boycott boycottPRESS boycottPRESS s sPRESS
Denver Aug 31 31A A large party of news newspaper ne newspaper s spaper ¬
paper men delegates to the convention conventionof
of the International League of Press Pressclubs Pr Pressclubs ss ssclubs
clubs which was concluded with a ban banquet banQuet banciuct ¬
quet last night left here today toda v on a amountain umountain amountain
mountain excursion which will last three threedays threeda
days da s Today will be spent in viewing the thescenic thoscenic thescenic
scenic attractions attra tlons abouHPikes about P1Jes Peak and andtonight andtonight andtonight
tonight under the th > auspices of the Pen and andPencil andPencil andPencil
Pencil club of Philadelphia a Bohemian Bohemianencampment Bohemianencampment Bohemianencampment I
encampment will be held in the Garden Gardenof Gurdc9of
of the Gods G ds at Manitou At the banquet banquetlast banquet1nst banquetlast
last night cheers were given Iven for both bothPresident bothPresident bothPresident
President Roosevelt and William J Bry Bryan Bryan Bryan ¬
an when their names were mentioned by byspeakers byspeakers byspeakers
speakers speakersFIVE speakersFIVE speakersFIVE
Honolulu Honolulu Aug 31 31Soundin 31Soundings Soundings s sho shovthat shothat shothat >
that at low tide there Is only ten feet of ofwater otwater ofwater
water on the Manchurias starboard side sideIt sideIt sideIt
It is reported that there is five feet of ofwater orwater ofwater
water in her hold and that she has sus sustained mistalited i itained
tained structural damage along the lines linesof Unesof linesof
of her bilge and keel The 2500 5OO tons tont ton of ofcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal she has aboard will be Jettisoned JettisonedCaptain jettisonedCaptain jettisonedCaptain
Captain Metcalf l1 tcal has engaged > a dredger dredgerfor dred dredgerfor er erfor
for use in case it should be needed He Hesays Hesa Hesays
says sa s he does not expect to float the thesteamer thesteam thesteamer
steamer steam 1 in less than two weeks WC lts An or order order ordcir ¬
der from the agents of the steamship steamshipcompany steamshipcompany 5teamshlpcompany
company excluded representatives of the theINTENSE thepress thepress
press from the stranded vessel vesselINTEI4SE
London Aug 31 31The The last day of Au August August August ¬
gust Is breaking all records for heat in inthis mthis n nthis
this country The thermometer regis registered registered registered ¬
tered 92 degrees in the shade and 129 120in 129In 129iii
in the sun No prostrations were re reported reported reported ¬
ported The heat in England in gen general general geitera ¬
eral era is so intense inten e that in some places placesthe placesthe 0 0the
the judges presiding over the dignified dignifiedcounty dignifiedcounty dignifiedcounty
county courts are reported report d to be dis dispensing dispensing dispensing ¬
pensing justice ust1ce in their shirt sleeves sleevesTROOPS sleevesTROOPS sleevesTROOPS
> > Madrid Aug 31 31DJspatches Dispatches from San Santander Santander Santander
tander and Bilbao today say the strikers strikersare str1kerare
are calm owing to the presence of large largebodies largeo
0 bodies o les of troops at both cities The agi agitation agIt
t tation t tion however h01Yeve continues cont n es
New York Jurist Unanimously UnanimouslyElected UnanimouslyElected Unanimous1Elected r
Elected President of Amer Amercina Amercina
cina cinaBar Bar Association AssociationSt
St stPul Paul P uI Aug 31 31When W en the Ameri AmericanI3ar AmerlcanBa AmericanBhr
canI3ar canBa association a sso o iallon co convened v ned today the thereportj the therep6 th threpOrt
reportj rep6 repOrt t Qfiftthel Qtit Qtedoininh1t1fh e ddmmTtt m iirt b 0 0on on n insurance insuranceWas Insutancewas insutancwas
Was called c l1 d up as matter of unfinished unfinishedbusiness unfinishedbushies L Lbusiness
business The majority niJprfty report of the thecommittee thecommittee th thcomnijttee
committee hblds that insurance in 1nur ur nce is a amatter amatt r L Lmatter
matter matt r of interstate commerce A Aheated Aheated L Lheated
heated debate d bate is expected expe ted on this issue issueThe IssueThe issueThe
The nominating committee conmtttce selected selectedthe selectedthe I Ithe
the following ticket ticketPresident ticketPresldent7AIton ticketPresldentAlton
President Presldent7AIton Alton B Parker New Ne r
York YorkSecretaryiJohn YorkSecretary YorkSecretaryiJohn
SecretaryiJohn Secretary Johl1 Hirtckley Baltimore
Md 0 0TreasurerFred
MdTr TreasurersFrederick Tr asureFrcd vf rfk kE J Wadhams
Albany N Y YExecutive YExec YExecutive
Executive Exec tive committee committeeCharles Charles Mon Monroe lIonroe Monroe ¬
roe Los LosAngeles Angeles Call Ralph Brecken Breckenridge Breckenrldce Breckenridge
ridge Omaha Rome G Brown Minne Minneapolis Minneapolis rnnnca01l6 ¬
apolis Walter G Smith Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCharles PhiladelphiaCharles PhiladelphiaCharles
Charles F Libbpy Llbb y Portland Me MeThe MeThe MeThe
The executive committee recom recommended recommended recoinmended ¬
mended in Its report that a twothirds twothirdsVote twothirdsvote twothIrds1ote
Vote be necessary for the approval of ofany ofany ci ciany
any legislation legislationLos cglslatioilLos 1 1Los
Los Angeles Next Year YearA
A resolution was introduced that the theassociation th thassociatl thtassociation
association associatl n accept the Invitation of Los LosAngeles LosAngel Lo S SAngeles
Angeles Angel s for the meeting m etlng in 190S sub subject subject subject ¬
ject to the Judgment of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivcommittee
committee committeeAfter committeeAfter
After much discussion it was decided decidedthat decidedthat i ithat
that the proposed federal statute pro providing providing providing ¬
viding for the supervision of interior interiorstate Interiorstate 1 1state
state transaction in insurance be made madea mada
a special order immediately after the theannual theannual th thannual
annual address atthe afythe next convention conventionA
A resolutionappointing a committee committeeof
of five to investigate the advisability advisabilityof advisabilitof r
of inaugurating a plan to raise a a fund fundfor fundfor I Ifor
for the erection of a national memorial memorialto l Ito
to John Marshall at Richmond was wasadopted wasadopte1 wa 3 3adopted i
adopted adoptedThe adopte1The adoptedThe
The secretary was as instructed to cast castthe castthe cas t tthe t
the vote of the association for each of oftodays oftodays o f ftodays
todays nominees Judge Alton B Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker was then escorted tj to the desk and andbriefly andbriefly an 1 Ibriefly
briefly thanked the members of the as association association association ¬
sociation for the trustimposed trust imposed In him himTonight himTonight himTonight
Tonight the members were tendered tenderedbanquet a abanquet auanquet 1
banquet in the Minneapolis auditorium auditoriumSALOONKEEPER auditoriumr auditoriumSALOONKEEPER
Ends of Justice Seem Sc Scam m to Have Been BeenFully BeenFully 1 l lFully
Fully Satisfied SatisfiedSacramento SatisfiedSacramento SatisfiedSacramento
Sacramento Cal Aug 31 31Governor 31GovernorPardee 31Go Governor GovernorPardee verne r rPardee
Pardee today toda granted a pardon to D Mc
Vicker the Yountsville saloonkeeper who whosold whosold o asold
sold liquor within one mile of the veter veteran veterant veterant ¬
an ant t home McVicker had served three threeweeks threeweeks e eweeks
weeks of his four months sentence and andthe andthe am Ll Llthe
the petition for tlje pardon was signed by b bthe
the committing magistrate and over 200 200prominent 20 20prominent OO OOprominent
prominent citizens of Napa NapaThe NapaThe NapaThe
The conviction of McVicker was had on ona ona oi a aa
a test case brought to determine the con constitutionality constltutlonallty constitutionality ¬
stitutionality of the state law prohibiting g r
the sale of intoxicants within one mile mileof mileof mu e eof
of the grounds of the thestate state institution institutionCRUISER InstitutionCJUISER institutionCIUISER
Secretary Root Delayed by Some SomeMishap SomeM Scm e CMishap
Mishap M ishap to o the Charleston CharlestonLota
Lota Chile Aug 3L 3LNo No news of the thecruiser thecruiser th e 0cruiser
cruiser Charleston due here Aug 2J 2 2Q with wit ii
Secretary Root and party on board has ha S I
been receivedup receiedJ up to this hour 8 a ni mThe niThe niThe
The Chilean cruiser Minister Zenteno Zentenowhich Zentenowhich Zentenwhich
which was sent to o meet the Charleston Charlestonhas I Ihas
has not since iflCC been reported reportedThe reportedhe reportedThe
The he government has ordered the tor torpedo torpedo toipedo ¬
pedo gunboat Almirante Simpson to tosearch tosearch t 0 0search
search for the overdue cruiser cruiserThe cruiserThe cruiserThe
The delay In the arrival of the Charles Charleston Charleston Charleston ¬
ton Is probably due to foggy weather we ther m mSmiths 10Smiths j jSmiths
Smiths channel channelSantiago channelSantiago channelSantiago
Santiago Chile Aug 31 315 5 p m mThe mrhe inThe
The United States cruiser Charleston Charlestonwith Charlestonw1th 1 1with
with Secretary of State Root and party partyon part y yon
on board has anchored at Lota LotaSHAWS LotaSHAWS
Washington Aug 31 31Sccretar Secretary Shaw Shawwill Sh Shiu w wwill v vwill
will make m e twelve speeches In Missouri Missouriduring MIssouriduring ri i iduring
during the week w ek beginning Sept 17 open opening opening L L1ng L
ing at Hannibal H nnlbal on that date dateI
0 0a
Sheridan on Rocks at Bar Barbers Barbers Barbers ¬
bers Point a Few Miles MilesDistant MilesDistant MilesDistant
Distant From Honolulu HonoluluMANY HonoluluMANY
BOAT BOATHonolulu BOATHonolulu BOATHonolulu
Honolulu Aug 31 31The The United States Statesarmy StatesamlY Statesarmy
army transport Sheridan is ashore on onBarbers onBarbers onBarbers
Barbers point the southwestern ex extremity extremIty extremlty ¬
tremity of the island of Oahu on whichHonolulu which whichHonolulu whichHonolulu
Honolulu is located locatedThe locatedThe locatedThe
The Sheridan went ashore at 4 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning All efforts to send boats boatsashore boatsashore
ashore from her thus far have been beenunsuccessful beenunsuccessfuL beenunsuccessful
unsuccessful There is np beach at the theplace theplace theplace
place she struck and the heavy surf surfmakes surfmakes surfmake
makes it impossible to land anywhere anywherenear an anywherenear here herenear
near where she lies As seen from the theshore theshore theshore
shore she appears to be hung up amld amldship amldship amidship
ship and her rolling isnoticeable is She Shelies Shelies Shelies
lies broadside to the shore her bow bowpointing bowpointing bowpointing
pointing toward Honolulu HonoluluThe HonoluluThe HonoluluThe
The transport blew her 1er whistles after aftergoing aftergoing aftergoing
going ashore but did not get into com communlcation communlcation
munlcation with Hondlulu until the thewireless thewlrele thewireless
wireless wlrele m telegraph station was opened openedOwing openedOwing 0 0Owing
Owing to the fact that the IJheridan IJheridanIs tieridanIs
Is provided with watertight waterUghtcompart waterUghtcompartments compart compartments coinpartments ¬
ments and has a a double dotcom d tjom It Is Isbelieved isbeIleved I Ibelieved
believed that she has sustained no seri serious serious serlous ¬
ous dcmage dt mage The tug Fearless has hasstarted hasctarted ha hastarted
started for the scene and will render renderall renderaU rend i iall
all the assistance in her power powerVessel powerVessel powerVessel
Vessel Is Helpless HelplessThe HelplessThe
The Sheriians main steam pipe is isbroken isbroken i 3 3broken
broken and the vessel is helpless helplesSIso helplesSIsofar iso isofar
far as her own power is concerned It ItIs ItIs II I Iis
Is reported that the breaking of the thepipe thepipe th thpipe
pipe occurred just before the steamer steamergrounded stealnergrounded steaineigrounded
grounded and that the cripple condi condition condition ¬
tion of her engines was the cause of ofthe ofthe ol olthe I
the accident accidentThe accidentThe accidentThe
The pipe broke at 138 i38 oclock this thismorning thismorning thu thumorning
morning Immediately after the vessel vesselstruck vesselstruck I Istruck
struck the reef the lifeboats were low lowered lowered lowered ¬
ered and efforts made to reach the theshore thesh tlushore
shore sh re The position of the steamer ap apparently apparently apparently ¬
parently is i alarming but her boats boatshave boatshave 3 3have
have not yet y t been able to find a a place placewhere placewhere placwhere
where they can land The natives are arenow arenowget ar arnow
now nowget getting ng to the vessel through the thesurf thesurf tthsurf
surf In canoes canoesCaptain canoesCaptain
Captain Peabody says that if power poweris poweIs r
is applied quickly he believes the Sheri Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan ¬
dan can be saved but otherwise there thereis
is little hope for the transport The Thovessel Thevessel Th i
vessel is very heavy and the coral reefs reefsare reefsare reefare S
are very sharp sh rp Good order is main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained on board the vessel The trans transfejr transf
fejr f r of the paysengers p engerB either to theshore theshoreor tJ1 thahort bo e eor
or to other craftso they the canbe brought broughtto broughto t
to this city is a serious problem problemSecorid problemSecond problemSecoiid
Second Officer Reaches Shore ShoreThe ShoreThe
The second se on officer of the Sheridan Sheridanhas Sheridanhas Sherldtuhas I
has come ashore His boat was wasswamped wasswamped S
swamped in the breakers but her crew crewlanded creWlanded p
landed safely Captain Peabody has hassignalled hassignalled ha hasignalled S
signalled the steamer Caludlne to take takethe tak a athe
the Sherldans passengers to Honolulu HonoluluIf
If possible the transfer r will be made madeat madeat madat S
at once the revenue cutting Manning Manningassisting Manniniassisting rannlngassisting
assisting The report that the Sheri Sheridans Sheridans Sherir
dans machinery broke down before beforethe beforethe beforthe r
the vessel truck is denied The Sheri Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan
dan is now hanging on a arock rock amldshlp amldshlpwith amldshlpwith amldshipwith
with deep water wateralI all around aroundThe aroundThe aroundThe
The Sheridans engines are being re repaired rcpaired ¬
paired and coal is being rapidly thrown thrownoverboard thrownoverboard throwioverboard a
overboard with a view of trying to tofloat tofloat t a afloat
float her at high tide this afternoon afternoonCaptain afternoonCaptain afternoonCaptain
Captain Peabody Pcabod is iff quoted q oted to have haveassumed haveassumed hay C Cassumed
assumed all responsibility for the acci accident accident accident ¬
dent saying that the vessel was in too toodoss tooc1os to toclosa
doss c1os
Many Passengers Aboard AboardThe AboardThe AboardThe
The Sheridan has aboard 125 through throughpassengers throughpassengers througlpassengers
passengers and fifty soldiers soldiersThe soldiersTh soldiersTh2
The Th transport Sheridan Captain Pea Peabody Peabody
body sailed from Manila on Aug 13 for forSan forSan fo foSan r
San Francisco with a number of pas passengers passcngers ¬
sengers She touched at Nagasaki on onAug onAug ci S
Aug 17 and was expected to arrive in inSan InSan ii iiSan a
San Francisco about Sept 8 8The SThe 8The
The Sheridan is 445 feet 5 Inches long longand longand lon
and 48 feet 2 inches beam Her gross grosstonnage grosstonnage S
tonnage is 3673 and her draught under undernormal undernormal undenormal grosr r
normal conditions is 30 feet She was wasbuilt wasbuilt wa wabuilt
built in Ireland In 1892 and was for formerly
merly known as the British steamer steamerMassachusetts steameMassachusetts r
Massachusetts During tthe the Spanish SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican SpanishAmerican
American war she was taken into the theservice th e
service of United States government governmentand governmenand et t
and her name changed to Sheridan in inaccordance Inaccordance i a
accordance with the plan of giving ghlngthe g ag
the names name3 of eminent commanders to tothe tothe t tthe 0
the army transports transportsPosition
Position Is Serious SeriousAt
At 6 oclock tonight it was thought that thatmany thatmany tim timmany 4
many if not all the Sheridans passengers passengerswould passengerswould S Swould
would be obliged to spend the night nightaboard nightaboard nighaboard
aboard the stranded vessel Only two twoboats twoboats tw 0 0boats
boats have havoreached reached shore and one of these thesewas thesewas e ewas
was badly smashed In the surf A wire wJreless wircless
less message has been sent for another anothersteamer anothersteamer t tsteamer
steamer to assist in taking the passengers passengersoff S
0 off The surf is very ver heavy heaY and the thetransfer th e etransfer
transfer of passengers will be very dlffl dlfficulL diffiCurhe
culL culLThe
Curhe The position of the Sheridan is very se serious serious scnoun
rious but It is predicted that she will be be1oated b e efloated
floated early In the morning morningYOUTHS morningg morningYOUTHS morningYOUTHS
Washington Aug 31 3V W A Sutherland Sutherlande 1 1of
of the bureau of insular affairs who has hascharge hascharg his Ls Lscharg
charg of the Filipino students being ed educated educated cc I Iucated ¬
ucated In this country at the expense of ofthe ofthe c if ifthe
the government left Washington today toda y
for New Orleans He will make arrange arrangements arrangements arrangmeats ¬
ments there to place agricultural students studentse s sin
In positions where they may acquire a aknowledge almowledge aknowledge
knowledge of methods used in growing growingsugar STowingsugar growin g gsugar
sugar tobacco rice and other crops suit suited suiled
ed to the Philippine islands IslandsEARTH9UAKE islandsEARTHQUAKE
+ 4 Special to The Herald HeraldModena L
4 Modena 11 odcna Utah Aug 31 nA A slight slightearthquake sUghtearthquake I
+ earthquake spock was felt here at t r
I L 4 829 ooo n p m m which wa was wa f f frill followed nwnl a i iseconds few ew ewt y T
4 seconds later by another shock some somewhat somewhat 4 4what +
t what more feeble than the first Thovibrations The rhevibrations +
+ vibrations were from north to south southand 4 4and t tobjects T
+ 4 and of sufficient force to toshake shake light light0J 4 4nVi4as
0 + objects nVi4as ta Both Both shocks wnrv were flolf felt at at atthe atthe + 0J L
4 + the weather bureau observatory and andb 4 +
I 4 + by b I0stinateY Postmaster Befrlcze Befrleze Befrlezet + 1 f fBATTLE I
t t t t 6 6 + t t t + 4 t T TBATTLE t tBATTL
Madrid Aug 31 31Dlspatches Dispatches from Mel I
lila Morocco say that the pretender to I 0
the throne is concentrating 6000 troops tr ops at Lt
Mulaya in preparation for a decisive bat battle ba t ttie
tie with the sultans forces The sultans S
forces are said to number 4000 > well wellarmed weIIarme4 we 11 11arme
armed arme naen xpen 00 >
Uprising U in Santiago Province ProvinceWhich Provinceifhich ProvinceWhich
Which Is Causing Much MuchConcern MuchConcern MuchConcern
Concern in Havana HavanaNEWS HavanaNEWS HavanaEWS
Hayana Aug 31 31The The situation is far fardarker fardarker fardarker
darker tonight than at any previous tlmo tlmosince tim tlmslnc timsinc
since slnc the Insurrection broke out Newsa Newsaof
of an uprising In Santiago province whlla whllanot whllenot whiloinot
not yet published here is spreading about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the city and causing the gravest concern concernWhen concernWhen concernWhen
When Mr Sleeper the American charge chargadaffaires charglJdaffalres chargedaffaires
daffaires here was told the contents cont nth oC oCthe ottho ofthe
the Associated Press Santiago dispatch dispatchhe
he endeavored to verify it through the thostate thastate thestate
state department but was told it was ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely untrue Subsequently Subs quently the dis dispatch diBpatch dispatch ¬
patch was verified from private and news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper sources The extent ext nt of the rising Jui JuiSantiago InSantiago liiiSantiago
Santiago is not known but it is tho opln oplnion oplnion pln4 pln4Ion
ion here that the worst calamity of all to tothe tDthe tothe
the Palma government governm nt would be an in insurrectlon in4 in4surrecUon insurrection
surrectlon In Eastern Cuba The Associ Associated Assoclated Associated ¬
ated Press was Informed tonight by two tworeliable tWQrolIab10 tworoliablo
reliable eyewitnesses that Cardenas Cardenaswhich Cardenaswhich Cardenaswhich
0 which hitherto has been considered a a per perfectly perfectly perfectiy ¬
fectly peaceful city was tho scene yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday of desultory fighting between po police pofce police
lice and rural guards on the one sldo sldoand sld aldand < < J Jand
and roving insurgents on the other otherOnly othorOnly otherOnly
Only One Peaceful Province ProvinceThe
The only province rovlnce remaining perfectly perfectlyloaceful perfecUytpeaceful perfectlypeaceful
peaceful peaceful In Puerto Principe Americans Americanaaving AmericanshavIng AmericanshavIng
havIng great cattle Interests there are araapprehensive areapprehensive areapprehensive
apprehensive lest It too become the field fieldof fieldor fieI fieIof
of Insurrectionary operations operationsThe operationsrhe
The Associated Press correspondent at atCienfuegos atCienfuegos atCienfuegos
Cienfuegos telegraphed tonight that there theroare theresaro thereare
are 3000 armed insurgents in that vicin vicinity vicinIty vicinity ¬
ity and that all the small towns in Santa SantaClara SantaClaro SantaClara
Clara province are controlled by Insur Insurgents insurgents Insurgents ¬
gents who attack and loot trains and andseize andseize andseize
seize the property of foreigners as well wellas wellas welLas
as of Cubans CubansTrlnldtt GqbMS chbjisTrinidit14 0
Trlnldtt Trinidit14 < 3 h s surcqunded by insurgents Insurgentsand
and tlief tlieoverpmaxt > governmotlt appear L Jowerlt ioweriess ioweriessto > ss ssto
to protect the property of Americans and andother andother andother
other foreigners Railway trains are held heldup heldup heldup
up at will and Lnd passengers searched The ThoCuban ThlCuban TheCuban
Cuban Central railroad has declined to toassume toassume toassume
assume responsibility for the safety of ofpassengers ctpassengers efpassengers
passengers or freight freightRecruiting freightRecruiting freightRecruiting
Recruiting for government forces orc 8 Is lamaking Ismaking ismaking
making good progress her > Tho ho govern government ovprn ovprnmont rn rnment ¬
ment continues to make mak line fIn hetorway hetorwaywherever boorwaywherever 1iiiwaywherever
wherever there Is open fighting fightingCampaign fIghtingCampaign fightingCampaign
Campaign in the Hlllsi HlllsiThe Hills HillsThe HillsThe
The troops in the western portion of ofPinar orPinar ofPinar
Pinar Del Rio province have not yet coma comaup comoup comewith
up with Pino Pi no Guerrera and according to tothe tothe tothe
the Associated Press correspondent with withthe withthe withthe
the troops there is no present likelihool likelihoolof
of their doing so as the troops might mightmarch mightmarch mIghtmarch
march for ten years and all the white whiteGuerrera wbUGuerrerawould whilGuerrerawould <
Guerrera Guerrerawould would still be just ahead ah8 < 1d of them themin
in thbhllls thelIljrhorcaro Thorc iro thousands of tnoun tnountaln nounthin noun nountaln
taln trails with which the Insurgents are arefamiliar arefamiliar arefamiliar
familiar and which lead le d in air directions directionsIf
If Guerrera cared c red to nrrass Barrassthe the govern government governmenf government ¬
ment their th lr troops could be killed off by bysharpshooters bysharpshooters bysharpshooters
sharpshooters The government has ho hocavalry hocavalry 10 10cavalry
cavalry In Pinar Del Rio and ind the only onlyreal onlyrenl onlyreal
real soldiers are the artillerymen but tg tgthey 9 9they qthey
they are afoot they cannot cope with ith the thowell to towell thewell
well mounted veterans on the Insurgent Insurgentside Insurgt Insurgentside > nt ntside
side Guerrera does not want to fight His Hisscouts tiisscouts Binscouts
scouts caii ClU always bo seen at a distance distancefrom dlstancotrom distancefrom
from the government line Ine of march The Thecorrespondents Thecorrespondents Thecorrespondents
correspondents report more looting by
Guerreras men menThere menrhere menI1re
There are many ma1 rumors In circulation as asto asto asto
to what may ma happen Sept 16 unless unl fs3 fs3new a anew anew
new elecijon Is granted grantedInsurrection grantedInsurrectlon
0 Insurrection Spreading SpreadingTo
To add to the general apprehension the thaAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American protestant prot 8tant missionaries of Ha Havana Havana Havana ¬
vana who are In general charge of field fieldsay fleldsay fieldsay
say that reports from missionaries out outern outside outside ¬
side oBavnnu are practically unanimous unanimousin
in j stat statmghii th1t the Insurrection is sweep
Ing aU tneountn districts In the west wegtern westem
ern em half 6f f the island and that they are nrounable 8Munable areunable
unable to continue their work and ride rideover rid ridover rideover
over the routes In their several districts districtsThe districtsThe districtsThe
The Increasing gravity of the situation situationhas situntlolthas situatioihas
has revived discussion of the possibility possibilityorintervention possibilityoCtntervention possibilityorlntervention
orintervention by the United States La LaDiscussion LaDiscussion LaDiscussion
Discussion the semiofficial organ of tho thoadministration thoa thealminIstration
administration a In an editorial this even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing calls upon Cubans to lay down their theirarms theirarms theirarms
arms and save the republic from the dan danger danger danger ¬
ger of intervention The article appeals appealsto
to the patriotism of the people depicting
the results of Intervention as follows followsPermanent followsPermnn followsPermanent
Permanent Permnn m intervention would be worse worsothan wor80than worsethan
than death It would be preferable if ifthe iftheCarribear the theCarrlbean theCarribeara
Carrlbean should engulf the Pearl of tho thoAntilles thoAntilles theAntilles
Appeal to Race Sentiment SentimentThe
The article further appeals thus to racial racialsentiment racials racialsentiment
sentiment sentimentThe s sentimentThe nUmentThe
The colored race may ma tremble before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the possibility of intervention Ameri Americans Americans Amencans ¬
cans hate and despise dcspl e negroes Even their theirown theirown
own negroes whom they have been In Incontact Incontact incontact
contact with for 200 years are treated likedogs Ukodoss like likodogs
dogs lynchedand lynched and hardly considered hu human human human ¬
man If It Is so with negroes of their theirown th theirown > jr jrown
own land and language what would hap happen happen happen ¬
pen to the Cuban negro negroAs ncroAs neroAs
As to what the whites whites might expect un under under under ¬
der American intervention the article articlesays articlesays articisays
says saysOur Our courteous comrades in the public publicdepartments publiodepartments pubilodepartmentS
departments will be superseded by men menof menof menof
of the type of Bliss General Tasker H HBliss IL ILBliss ILBliss
Bliss who when administrator of cus customs cu cutoms enstoms ¬
toms asked nobody to be seated in his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office and who forced the use of tha th Eng English English English ¬
lish language Innfi lanzae age Also instead of our de deliberate deliberate deliberate ¬
liberate and refined judges we should have havoJudge l1avoTudge haveJudge
Judge Pitchers alluding to Captain Wil William Wil11am VUlIam ¬
liam L Pitcher of the Eighth United UnitedStates Unitc1States UnitedStates
States Infantry who in 1889 was police polieomagistrate po11comagistrate policemagistrate
magistrate and supervisor of police of ofHavana otHav ofHavana
Havana Hav na with their ten < dollars or ten tendays tc tendays > n nda
days da s
Cause for Alarm AlarmFurthermore AlarmFurthermore AlarmFurthermore
Furthermore we shall havo with us 113boer usbQer usbeer
boer drinking American officers with withclanking withclanking withclanking
clanking spurs masters of all captivat captivating cnpUatins captivatlug ¬
ins our adorabe virgins That this may mayoccur mayoccur mayoccur
occur Cubans fight against Cubans mak making mokIng niaklug ¬
ing room that FInlanders Germans GermansAmericans GermansAmerIcans GermansAmericans
Americans Spaniards may come and en enJoy enjoy enjoy
Joy the fecundity of our soil and andalr air the themurmuring themurmuring themurmuring
murmuring of our rivers the beauty of ofour ofour ofour
our moonlit nights nlgh the kiss of our sea seaand seaand seaand
and even the love of o our woman all be because bfcause because ¬
cause It is said the elections were not notfair notfair notfair
fair Is there no other 0 her remedy except exceptplacing exceptplacing exceptplacing
placing our necks under un er the yoke of Ur Urcle Urc1e Undc
cle Sam This war can have no other otherend otherend otherend
end but interventionH interventionHSurrenders nterventlon nterventlonSurrcndrs nterventlonSurrenders
Surrenders In small numbers are rr rrported rrported r rported
ported from various places ttlie largest largestbeing lartcstb largestbeing
being b lng atVenero on the boundary boundar lines of ofMatanzas ofMatanzas ofMatanZaS
Matanzas and Santa Clara where twenty twentyfive twentyfive twentymen
five men forsook o rs 0 o l the insurgent cause causeThere causeThere causeThere
There Is no apprehentlon of an upris uprising uprisIng uprising ¬
ing in the city of Havana although tho thecity thocity thocity
city contains a great many man Insurgents InsurgentsMany InsurgentsMany insurgentlany
Many foreigners are registering them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves at their consulates consulatesPresident consulatesPresident consulatesPresident
President Palma was asked tonight by bythe bythe bythe
the Associated Press to give his view of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the present situation and whether he bo bolleved boneved believed
lleved there was a possibility of arrang ¬
ing a place with the insurgents in a man manner manner mininer ¬
ner acceptable to the government Ho Horeplied Hereplied Horeplied
replied I regard the present time as In Inopportune Inopportune inopportune ¬
opportune for making a statement for forpublication forpubllcaUou forpublication
publication but perhaps In a day or two twoor twoor twoor
or within a n short time I may give you youmy YOUmy youviews
my views viewsI

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