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T COUNTRYS CHIEF EXECUTIVE UTTERS MOST MOSTIMPORTANT MOSTIMPORTANT
IMPORTANT WORDS ABOUT TARIFF QUESTION QUESTIONI
I 00
f DEFENSE Of OflATtST OFLATEST
LATEST Bill BillFresid3nt
Fresid3nt Taft Goes Squarely SquarelyUpon SquarelyUpon
Upon Record and Declares Declaresthe
the Payne Measure the Best Bestthe Bestthe
the People Have Ever Had HadHINSURGENTS HadINSURGENTS
INSURGENTS ABANDONED ABANDONEDTHEIR ABANDONEDTHEIR
THEIR PARTY PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLESF PRINCIPLESFacts
F Facts acts and Figures Compiled by byChairman byChairman
Chairman Payne Used to toClinch toClinch
Clinch Assertion That Revis Revision RevisioiiWas
ion ioiiWas Was Indeed Downward DownwardWILD DownwardsWILD
WILD CHEERS BY AUDIENCE AUDIENCEWinona AUDIENCEWinona
Winona Minn inn Sept 17111 the themost
4 most important utterances he has hasmade hasmade
made since his occupancy of the theWhite theWhite
White house President Taft here to tonight tonight
night in a state which is the hotbed hotbedof i
of the Republican insurgent move movenlent movenient
nlent defended the Payne tariff bill billa5 billas
a5 the best tariff measure ever passed passedby I Ibya
bya by a Republican congress and hence hencethe I
the best tariff bill the people ever everhave I
have known knownTh I ITIlt
TIlt president boldly aaerted that th ththurgcnts I IIn
In thurgcnts tIlgntR who voted against the bill had hadabandollM hadabt
abandollM abt ndffl ied the Republican party partyas partyWas
Was as It the duty of the member of ofonTe8S ofnress
onTe8S who believed that the bill did Dot Dotcompllsh notnecomp1ih
compllsh every everything thins that It ought to c ccompllsh cempltsh
compllsh to vote against It asked the theprid thepriident
prid priident priidentI < > nt ntI
I am here to justif thoee who answer answertJ answerthis
tJ this lis que queitIon tion in n the negative I am not notht nothre
ht hre to defend tboee who voted for the thePn
Pn bill but to support them themSentiment themSentiment
4
Sentiment Loudly Cheered
To T this statement the crowd responded respondp1th
1th a cheer which could be hpard far fardrown fardwn
drown thp th street It was as shouted b by the thendrIrflIts theniIerents
ndrIrflIts of Repre Representative entathoe James A ATinme ATwney
Tinme Qf thlll dlatrlct chairman of the the110U the1iou
110U < committee on appropriation who whoIli WillhL
Ili hL 3 been on the defenlle ever since th tharljournment the theadJQllrnment
arljournment of congrn Of1tf1 s because h he had hadnot hadnot
not voted with ith the other membool1 of th thIEgation thd1egatfon
IEgation from Xinn Mtnneeot fot hotb in the thebull then1
bull n1 nate te affalntt tile bIfl bIflDefended ln lnDefended
Defended the Regulars Regularsr
r 1r Tawney met the prf prebMent ldfot at IAi IAiCro LarO
Cro rO > o WIs tht after afteranon Oft and IICeom IICeomf aceom7aiiP1
f 7aiiP1 i1ipcl him to thl city gil home town townH
H t had it id been rfoorted that thl prpstdtont prpstdtontIntndtl prsdentIntondeil
Intndtl defending Mr fr Tawney for bl blrrt hir hirrty
rrt rty regularity but there Wall none to todlet tollt
dlet that th pnstdent w would uld KO in inr 0
1 r r a he h did tonight In characterislqtJe characterislqtJel the ther
l itlon taken h the Ins tnhrert rf > nt lOenaton lOenatonrert1lentativ enatoro
o i rert1lentativ f Tit The preatdDt had hadnt hadri
nt ri t Senator LaFoll LaFollette He oC Wisconsin on one onerf i it
rf t Ib 112 h leaders lIden < of tte Inll nsurnt nt movement movementMilwaukee
f Milwaukee durtn during th forenoon and had hadJ
J yi rH1 him f1l1lt rprdlaUy rprdlaUyParty rOIIUParty
Party Before Individuals Individualsmake
make part govrnment effCtv effCtvt
t 10 prefOidrt in bl his adl adi1res the thtr
r mhIS of that party should surrender surrenderr
t r personal predilections of r efmpara efmparat
t 1 Importance I am not ho hro > re to tont toml
nt icif tftoe who felt su Itrnngly and andllIe andi1fevd
llIe i1fevd 11 110 o Intetdlelv that It was their tOlri theirVOtO
i 0 Gte aplDlt the tariff 1 bill > 111 Ixcaqee Ixcaqeed
t d lj1 i1 not contain All they thought It It1 ItM
M < 1 1t wa 1 a questIon for each to 5t s t tir
1 r ir himself hlm8elfMatter himselfMatter
Matter of Conscience Conscienceattfrs Consciencenatters
natters cf this kind It Is 1 a question q1ellttonV
V r lIt tl t party repre representadve entattf wbeUJoor be behfh heh4
hfh maintain the part solidarity IIOlIdarItyfr
fr BooiDpll1lblftl aC Its chief purposes or orYo orfhrr
Yo fhrr 1 t > r the departure from Irlnctpe In Int Int
t F IU h he regards It is fIO extrmf extrmftt extrmct1If I
tt t1If 111 must tn corJkan abandon th thTIty
TIty 1 t I am Ila glad to H that those who whoted 00 00tHt
ted a against almrt the bit ftiU islst 51st that they theya theyRepuhltcan I
a Hfpubllcam alld ant that thpy Intend to toIf toUp 1
If + up the fight for still lower tariff tariffr tariffvthin
r vthln the part partGave paflyGave
Gave Facts and Figure FigureIsidn F1gureIilsithn
Isidn Tafts raft peeeh was a remark reDlarkJ
J hIt pl1 plainspokcn nspokfn dffen < ot the Payne Paynetill PayneIill
till He has met with maD many queries since Blncetl1l
4 tl1l begInning of his trip as to when be beIntpldCd heItteided
IntpldCd taking up th subject of the tar tarIff tar1ff
Iff He waited until tod todfty when with withu
u mnlB of f fad and fires before him himrlth himTth
rlth a new statement just prepared b blairman by bylairinan
lairman Payne and with his own per JlfrBnal perwnal
Bnal knowledge of an the Intricate do dotaflq 0 0tails
tails of the tariff fight In Washington Washingtonsti1
sti1 nt flf fresh h In hlF mind he dictated to two twofitllographtr twoet
fitllographtr et the speech bf delivered to tol1i tojiight
l1i jiight ht and which represents a statpment statpmenton
on C thp th accomnll accomnIIshment hmentll and demerits of ofth ofth
th Iayne bill from an administration administrationfL administrationLtA1dpOIflC
fL LtA1dpOIflC ndpolnt more thorough In Its simple slmpltContinued simpleContinued
Continued on Page 8
I AGED COUNT VIGOROUS
COUNT TOLSTOI TOLSTOIOn
On his eightyfirst birthday birthdayMoscow birthdayMoscow
Moscow Sept 17Count Tolstoi who celfbrated his eightyfirst birth birthday birthday
day last week came Into Moscow y yesterda sterda for the first time in several severalyears severalyears
years He left today for a nearby town to visit his friend M Pasl1koff t ttie ttieleader e eleader
leader of the religious movement among the better classes which resembles resemblesTolstolsm resemblesToistoism
Tolstolsm The count appeared to be In vigorous health
JOHNSONS lift lifti
i I IS J EBBING AWAY AWAYGovernor
Governor of Minnesota Has Re Relapse Relapse
lapse and the Eiui End Is Very VeryNear VeryNear
Near NearRochcter NearRochester
Rochester Minn 11nnS p 17Att a day dayof dayof
of apparent imprmrcment Goveraoc Jo Join Joinson B BKin
Kin tonight wu at death door aM no noeneoura noencouragement
eneoura encouragement t wn ctnn by hb hiw physi physidalls
ettut dalls that lAo14 he J4 Jut throu thruuIt h the theuiSbt thenkht
uiSbt uiSbtUP nkhtUp
UP to 3 I oclock this att afternot oqn the doc docto doetoes
to toes were optimlstle co concerning bI his o con COIIdldon condidon
dldon but shortly after that time Mrs MrsJohnson MraTobnllOn
Johnson waa aB hastily summoned A but butletin
leUR was Il tzsed St stating that the gover gov
ror bad had a relapsi and was In a criti critical
cal condition conditionI
Dr William J Mayo admitted Mr fr John JohnIIOn8 JohnOn
IIOn8 On ondltion was extremely senou and andIntimated andIntinated
Intimated that th worst might be X Xed xpected
pected ed The dQCtor8 refused > to hold out outliny outnny
liny encnurageDlntof of a suceelS successful 1 ter termination termination
mination even should the governor sur survtve survivo
vivo th night nightNOTfD night11iTED
NOTfD P PftATE ElATE SUMMONED SUMMONfOI
Death of Right Rev William George GeorgeMeCloskey
McCloskey Long Bishop of ofLouisville
Louisville KeJltucky KeJltuckyLoulsYlile KewtuckyLouisville
Louisville Sept epL 17Rtght Rev Wit William Wit11am
liam George Kceloekey bishop of LouIe LouIeville Loutsyule
yule and the oldest living pralate tn the theCaited theUnited
United States died here today He was 8 8yeal1l 8years
years old Death was due to ailments In Incldent in1dent
cldent to old ace aceBl ageBftthop
Bl Bftthop hop XcC10ekey bad been the head of ofthe ofthe
the Kentucky diocese for fortyone years yearsand yearsand
and wall honored and loved by y Clatbollc Clatbollcand CthotIciand
and Protestants alike For some time he hehad hehad
had been In feeble health healthBishop healthBishop
Bishop IcCloIIkey was ordained a priNt priNtat
at New York 1ork In 1852 and became alP assistant assistantpastor itani itanipastor
pastor ot the Church of the Nativity In Inthat Inthat
that city cityWhen cityWhen
When the American college In Ro Rome was wastounded wasfounded
founded by Pope Thus IX Dr McCIOtkey McCIOtkeywas
was selected as president He filled th thplacE thplace
placE for more than 23 years When a aacaney avacancy
vacancy was cau caused ed In Ktntuoky by th thfleath the thedeath
death of Bl Bishop hop Lavlalle Dr McCIQske McCIQskeas
was as nominated and was consecrated blsh bishop
011 of Louiilt > 1Ia 2t 18s 1St
JIALLEYS COMET VISIBLE VISIBLETO
TO NAKED EYE NEXT SPRING SPRINGChicago SPRINGChicago
Chicago Scientist Observes Celestial CelestialVisitor CelestialVisitor
I
Visitor With the Aid A Id of ofTelescope ofTelescope
Telescope TelescopeChicago
Chicago Sept 17For the first time in seventyfour y ydars ars Ha1Ieys Ha1Ieyscomet Halleyscomet
comet has been observed with the naked eye The observation was made madeby madeby
by ProCessor S W Burnham of the Yerkes observatory at Lake Geneva Genevat Genevaearly
t early on Wednesday and Thursday mornings Two photo photoraphio aphia negatives negativeswere
were secured The announcement oC Professor Burnhams exploit wa wamade wamade
made by Professor Edwin B Frost today
Prof Burnham was the first in inAmerica InAmerica
America to see the > comet with the theaked theaked
aked eye aided by a telescope said saidProf sakiProf
Prof Frost today todaye todayWe
We e said nothing about seeing th thVisitor the thevisitor
Visitor Wednesday even though our ourrhotOgraphlc ourrh4toraphIc
rhotOgraphlc plate showed It bcauM bcauM1t
1t was partly obscured b by a small star starC i ind
C nd we could not be certain certainThursday certainThursday
Thursday morning about 3 oclock oclockPf oclockPrf
Pf Burnham a again aln saw the comet cometlld comettii1
lld again the camera manipulated by byinr byiver
inr J Lee picked up the comet cometThis cometThis
This time there could be no mistake mistakeIw
TIi Iw plates which were taken with witha
4 a t ttofoot ofoot reflector showed the cornet <
83 a faint fuzzy path sIi btly btlyelongatEd htTyeIogated
elongatEd in the soUtl1lst It 13 411114t I
five degrees dl distant tant rom the star starGemlnorum starGeminorum
Gemlnorum In the predicted position positionso
so there can be nc mistake of the cor correctness correctuess
rectness of the discovery The post position posttton
tion ot the comet was accurately fixed fixedwith fixedwith
with the mltrometer mltrometerThe
The pictures which we have so far fartaken fartaken
taken with the camera are too faint to tobe tob
be b reproduceable In fact there never neverbas neverhas
bas ben a photograph of Halleys Halleyscomet Halleyscomet
comet whl which < h was wa reproduceable In a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper newspaperHallfYs newspaperHalleys
HallfYs nnwt a 1 rording rding to the tleIICklti the5C1S
IICklti 5C1S ltits ts 01 j il l lInt b I lshlt tl tO the thenaked th thnaked
naked cy Y ithot co l ieacope before beforenext beforenext
next spring springTnt springTne
Tnt I ightillg < of it by the eye through thrOGghI
a j eOJI tl2iireU te a t gIlat itat ftatby
by th thc Kirti ts
MEANS MUCH TO TOGRtAT TOLREATBRITAIN
GRtAT LREATBRITAIN LREATBRITAINSupremacy BRITAIN BRITAINSupremaqy
Supremacy at Sea Life or orD orDeath
D Death ath Matter atter According to toLord toLord
Lord Beresford BeresfordNeW
NeW York 8ept pt l7Admlral Lord LordCharle LordCharles
Charles Bnellford for fifty years a fig figure figuse
use in the British navy was the guest of ofhonor ofhonor
honor today a at a luncn given at the theLawyen theJawyer
Lawyen club WIder the auspices of the thePilgrims thePilgrims
Pilgrims of the United States StateiIn
In a brief address Lord Bereetonl re referred referred
ferred to the European situation He re remarked remarked
marked that as far as Great Britain us usconcerned as asconcerned
concerned the situation looked somewhat somewhatredheaded omehatredheaded
redheaded He added that In view of ofthis ofthis
this Bltuat1on there wu nothing else to todo todo
do but for the nation to come forward forwardith forwardwith
with a great scheme of Imperial defense deCensehat defensehat
hat we want continued the admiral admlrlIs admiralls
Is that we shall bold what w have Su Supremacy Supremacy
premacy at sea Means life or death for the theDrlthlh theBritish
British empire It Ia quite different with withthe withthe
the United States which by Its own nat natural natural
ural resources takes care of the nations nationsneds rationsneds
neds It 15 not 80 much that we should shournretain shouldretain
retain a big fleet for participating In Inwar Inwar
war but for preventing war It III most mostimportant mostimportant
important for fnlfll ngIishspeaking h peaklng nations to toprtvent toprevent
prevent war The Engllshsp Englishsp3aktng aklng na nations naLions
Lions are trade nations When the Urn timecomes I Icomes
comes when heD the great Englishspeaking Englishspeakingnations
nations get together there shall be no nowar nowar
war It appealll to me that it would be bea
a simple matter for th these five great greatnations greatnations
nations to unite to protect the bonds ex exIsting oxisting
Isting between tWeen them thereby ben beaf1Ung flUng
humanity and greatly adding to tb hap happinelli happisces
pisces of tens of millions oC people peopleShould peopleShould
Should the British empire lose its BU BUpremacy anpremacy
premacy at sea it would be of no b bne bnefit e efit
fit to the United States nor would the theloss
loss of supremacy of the othcr othcrEngUsh othcrEngUshspeaking EngUeh EngUehpeakinl
speaking nations be of any benefit to toGreat toGreat
Great Britain BritainTRfAT BritainTREAT
e
I
TREAT TIRES Of OfOffiCIAl OFOFFICIAL
OffiCIAl CARES CARESResignation CARESResignation
Resignation pf Treasurer of ofthe ofthe
the United States Has Been BeenSent BeenSent
Sent In InWublJlgtoo InWashington
Washington Sept 17Treasurer Charles Charlesit CharlesTreat
it Treat has resigned from that office to totake totaJie
take effect 1ft October No suC successor < < seor has hast hasyet
yet t ben chosen 110 far as known knownThe knownThe
The announcement oC the reat renation renationwas naUon naUonw
w was authorized by Mr Xreat Mr Ir Treat Tnmtsaid Treatsaid
said that hilt resignation will take effect effectlIOm9 effectsome
some tlD12 In October Large and grow growing
ing business interests and the death of ofsome
some of his associates who have directed directedhIs
hIs private bust business affairs Mr Ir Treat Treatllaid Treatsaid
said have made It Imperative that he heeboukl heshould
should give these matters his Immediate Immediateand
and exclu exclusive lve attention attentionFor
For some time relations betn Mr MrTrat MrTrat
Trat and some higher officials ot the de deirtment Jopartinent
irtment have not been80 been so cordial as In
n nin
in doss touch with some oC the leading
banking Interests in New York audi an anIntimate anIntimate
Intimate friend of Senator AldrIch who whohas whohas
has frequently consulted with him on onfinancial onfinancial
financial legislation legielationAGED legislationAGED
AGED MAN IS KNOCKED KNOCKEDDOWN KNOCKEDDOWN
DOWN BY STREET CAR CARThomas CARThomas
Thomas Clayton 7 75 years old Id w was wasstruck s sstruck
struck by Murray car No 40 402 In S SQuth SQuthState Ut11 Ut11State
State street at 6 oclock lut evening eveningand eveningand
and badly bruised and andcut cut although not notseriously notseriously
seriously hurt The old man had at attempted attempted
tempted to cross in front or the car carafter car carafter
after it had started He w WS s struck a aglancing aglancing
glancing blow and burled to the ground groundwith groundwith
with colUJlderable force Adeep cut on onhi onhis
hi his upper lip is his chief Injury He HeV88 Hesvaa
V88 taken to the L LD D S hospital ShopItalST hospitalST
ST LOUIS GETS CONVENTION CONVENTIONOmaha
Omaha Neb ept 17St Louis gets getstbe getsthe
the next grand aerie of the Fraternal Or Order Order
der ot Eagles as the result of yesterdays yesterdaysvote esterdayvot
vote > Thl trust11 clcted + eted wre w re r 1 A Andl A1te1l
ndl Nia apil COIl tt H T LEa SEattle SEattleKanc O OKnc
Kanc kidud 0 and W F Gartland GartlandB GartlandEustn
B Eustn 5bn
OPPosnlON OPPosnlONTO
TO TH THE PlAN PlANAmerican
American Bankers Associa Association Association
tion Adopts Resolutions ResolutionsCondemning ResolutionsCondemning
Condemning Guaranty De Deposit Deposit
posit Laws and Postal Banks BanksATTENTION BanksATTENTION
ATTENTION CALLED TO THE THEDANGER THEDANGER
DANGER OF POLITICAL USE USEArthur USEArthur
Arthur Reynolds of Des Moines MoinesTakes MoinesTakes
Takes Issue With President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft and Declares the Exe Executive Executive
cutive is Greatly Mistaken MistakenNE MistakenNEW
NE NEW J PRESIDENT ELECTED ELECTEDCIricago ELECTEDChicago
Chicago Sept 17Resolutions con condemning condemning
demning in strong terms both guar gnaranty guaranty
anty deposit laws and the establish establishment establishment
ment of postal savings banks were wereadopted wereadopted
adopted today by the American Bank Bankers
ers association associationIn
In criticising these two proposi propositions propositions
tions Arthur Reynolds of Des Moines MoinesIowa MoinesIowa
Iowa chairman of the federal le les leslative s scommittee
lative committee referring to the pos posI postal
I tal savings bank declared that the thei thedanger
i danger of the political use of such sucha
a power should cause all patriotic patrioticmen
men to hesitate before adopting suoh suoha
a radical measure
He also took issue with President TaCt TaCton
on the question of the Investment of CUte CUtefunds the thefunds
funds deposited In such savings bank In Inthis Tathis
this connection he declared that the leg JegIslative legIslative
Islative committee was oppo opposed ed mould a apostal apostal
postal savings bank bill become a taw to tothe tothe
the Inves Investing ng oC such fun funds In either eitherUnltd eitherUnited
United States bonds or tate and mu municipal municipal
nicipal bonds bondaThe bondsThe
The investment of 3100UXIOUO 000000 or 710 7104Oi
000000 In United States bonds IUI bas been beenadyocated beenadvocated
advocated r cently < by our chIef execu executive exeeutive
tive he saJd woald be a serious mis mistake mistake
take and menace our rations credit as asIt asit
It III to other countries where such Invest Invelltanent InvestInents
anent are made madeA
A a substitute for these plans the com committee cornmittee
mittee r Comniended < state and federal federal1I1XrviIIon federalsupervision
supervision and the creation ot separate separate1i separateaings
1i aings 1nKs dtldrtmentl in national balks balksThis banksThis
This resolution was referred to the cur currenc currency
renc rency committee ot the association associationAddress associationAddress
Address by James Forgan ForganAn
An Important feature of the days pro program program
gram was an add address e6s by J t4mes me Forgan Forganpresident
president of f the First NatIOnal ban 3ianc Forr of ofCblcago ofChicago
Chicago on The J fflcacy and the theItati9DII Lim LimIttiqns
Itati9DII ol Banks u U1rVIsIOn ervlGcm by Xxam Xxamlnation XxnznInation
lnation and the Reported ouneot owceoBnk 1Mnk 1Mnkellt
Mwgeuient MwgeuientReports ellt elltReports
Reports from the various sections ee ons and andfrom andfrom
from the etandlpg taw and the federal federalIclwlative federallegialativn
Iclwlative committees were presented
Los Angeles wu chosen for the ISIS con convention convention
vention of the a88OClatlOb San Antonio Antoniowithdrawing Antoniowithdrawing
withdrawing and putting < < In a bid for the theconvention theconvention
convention of 1911 1911Lou 1911Louis
Lou Louis l E PlerlIOn of New York was waselcted wase1cted
elcted president of the u association late latethis latethis
this afternoon afternoonF
F O Watts of Nashville Tenn was wasnamed wasnamed
named as tlr first t vice president presidentGRAND
0 0GRAND
GRAND JURY IS ISINVESTIGA ISINVESTIGATNG
INVESTIGA INVESTIGATNG INVESTIGATNGCharles TING TINGCharles
Charles Todd a Pioche Nev NevMining NevMining
Mining Man Believed to toHave toHave
Have Been Murdered MurderedPloche
Ploche Ne Ney Sept 17For several days daYIithe daysthe
the Lincoln county grand jury ha has been beeninvelltlpting beeninvestigating
investigating the my mysterious terfoUII death of ofCbarles ofCharles
Charles Todd a Pioche mining man manwho manwhose
who whose e body was found in a well near nearlhe nearthe
the homE of Julius Weir sr at Brl Bristol Bristoltwenty t01 t01twent
twent twenty miles from here on June 7 last lastJulhUl lastJulius
Julius Weir er his wife Mrs Kate Weir Weirand Weirand
and son Julius Weir jr were placed DD DDder under
der arrest upon the suspicion that they
bad murdered Todd and then d poslted > the thebody thebody
body in the well to cover up the crime At Atthe
the prelIminary bearing Julius Weir sr srand arand I
and his wife were discharged but the son sonwas
was held to the grand jury evidence hay havIng hayIng I
Ing been Introduced to show that the
fatter and Todd had had trouble It was wasal80 wasalso
also proved at the preliminary that Todd Toddad Toddad
ad l5Q when last seen alive but when whentaken whentaken
taken from the well only a few dollars In Inchange inchange
change were found on his clothing Todds Toddsbody Toddsbody
body was exhumed toda today and it was wasround wasfound
round that the skull Wa fractured on the theleft theleft
left side Indicating that he had been beenstruck beenstruck
struck with some blunt Jn Instrument The ThPWeirs TheWeirs
Weirs have told several conflicting stories storleand storiesand
and the officers believe they are In po posellllion poe poesession
sellllion of evidence sufficient to fasten the thecrime thecrime
crime upon them The Weirs lIv lived at atAD atan
AD outoftheway place off from the main maintraveled maintraveled
traveled reads readsBUMPfR roadsBUMPER
BUMPER CROPS CROPSIN
IN OLD OLDCOUNTRY COUNTRY
Reports at Hand Showing Eu European European
ropean Harvest Has Sur Surpassed Surpassed
passed Expectations ExpectatioDsWaeblngton
Waeblngton Sept 17Condltlons of the thecro thecrops
cro crops In foreign countries as reported to totlle tothe
the department nt of agriculture indicate indicatethat Indicatethat
that th the European harvest has generally generallyIMtrJNf8IIed generallysrrpaeaed
IMtrJNf8IIed exp expectations expectationsEstimates ctation ctationEstimates
Estimates of the worlds probable wheat wheatcrop wheatcrop
crop have been pUblished during the themonth themonth
month by t two o English trade papers and andby andby
by the Hungarian minllltlY of agrIculture agrIcultureAs
As compared with la last t year these esti estimates estimates
mates show a gaIn of from 116008 11OOOO9 to tom toTheco
m Theco o bJShelsln biehela in the case of wheat wheatFor vheatFor
For cqrn an Increase of 265000000 bu bush bushels h hell
ell and for barley a gain ot 311000000 311000000bushels Th0 IO000 IO000bushels
bushels are Indicated b by the estimates ot otthe ofthe
the Hungarian ministry oats shows the theenormous theenormous
enormous Increase of 867000000 bushels bushelswhile bushelswhile
while rye is placed at only 24000000 bush bushels busheta
eta above last yars tars production productionFrom productionFrom
From Arwntin3 comes the official an announeemnt announeemnt
nouneemnt that the reduction of the thewheat thewheat
wheat 1rnag fin n account or the long longdroutb longdrouth
droutb was iS5 ss than anticipated Re Reports Itoports
ports from In cnHnue quite encour encouraRlng encouraging
aging while Irvm aU pans of Australia Australiaglowing Australiaglowing
glowing statt statements > mpnts ot crop progress are areTI arerece
TI ved vedrh food foodIh
Ih ho h crop of England is sriously sriouslyn
n ndtr r1 by bJi It iT1 ofl n rf 10 low lowest lowC
est C St ld1s ila on r l 1 t lr dKted
ARCTIC EXPLORER DECLARES THAT RECORDS RECORDSWILL
WILL PROVE HIM DISCOVERER OF THE POLE
I NEW RECORD IS MADE
i
ORVILLE WRIGHT WRIGHTStanding WRIGHTStanding
Standing beside his latest aeroplane aeroplanerlin
Berlin rlin Sept 17Orville Wright right flying here today In the pIWilenCe of the theempreu theempress
empress Princess Louise Prince Adelbert and Prince August and a large largeparty
party from the court broke the record for high flying He attained a h hht hhtof tgbt
of 253 33 metres 715 feet The > best previous record for height 155 metres Was Wasmade as asmade
made by Hubert Latham
NfW EVJ ZEAlAND TO TOHAVE TOHAVEVARSHIPS
HAVE HAVEVARSHIPS HAVEVARSHIPSColonies WARSHIPS WARSHIPSColonies
Colonies of Great Britain Will WillAid WillAid
Aid Mother Country in inTroublousTimes inTroublous
TroublousTimes TroublousTimesHonolulu Troublous Times TimesHonolulu
Honolulu Sept nJoseph Ward pre premier peemier
mier of New Zealand arrived here today todayOR
OR the steamer Makers en route to Suva Suvaeapltal Suvacapital
capital of the FIJI islands where he will willbe willbe
be met by the tfrltlah crulllei Chan Chanand Chaflenge Chaflengeand
and proceed thence to Auckland AucklandIn
In an interview Premier Ward said that thatIn thatin
In addition to building a DNadnaught of ofthe ofthe
the Indontltabh type for the empire at ata ata
a cost of 1 1OOOO0 ooo IIO New Zealand would wouidbe
be given three 080000 cruisers six tor torpedo torpedo
pedo boats and six submarines Th8e Th8ewith Thaewith
with the Australian tle fle3t t and the ships shipeattached shipsattached
attached to the China station will give giveGreat giveGreat
Great Britain double the naval strength strengthIn
In the Paeltic oc ocan an ov over r all other pow powers powers
ers with the exception ot the United
States StatesThe StatesThe
The combined Oriental powers and Eu European European
ropean powers in the Pacific he IN said saidwould d dwould
would not howver equal the combined combinednaval combinednaval
naval force of Great Britain and Amer America Amerlea
lea which must maintain peace in tha thsw i
wt w stern m ocean oceanPremier oceanPremier
Premier Ward dNlared that the 1m 1mperla importal
portal I naval conference which he at attended attended
tended In London was the most IIIgolfl IIIgolflcant slgniflcant
cant war council of modern history for
It virtually providd for thp th pace p ace of the theworld theworld
world 80 far as possible trouble between
the OccIdent and the OrIent was con concerned concorned
corned cernedNew cornedNew
New Zealands flet he said wu to
be manned with New Z ZaIanders alande with op
portunity for New Zealanders to ad advance advance
vance in any branch of the naval see eervke seevice
vice Canada and the African colonies
he added undoubtedly would add to th thnaval the thenaval
naval strength of the British empire
Premier Ward concluded his interview interviewwith interviewwith
with the observation that the conf rence renceat renceat
at London was rend rendred red more significant elgnltlcanton
on account of the recent German agi f
tatlon tatlonlABORER tationLABORER
lABORER liVES liVESON LI VES VESON i
ON FAT FATOF OF lAND lANDThe
The Farmer Farmerindulges Indulges in Lux LuxuriesWilson LuxuriesWilson
uriesWilson Sees Evi Evidence Eviclence
dence of Prosperity Prosperity1Vuhlngton ProsperityWashington
Washington Spt 11Tbe average la laborer Inborei
borer Is today living better than Queen QueenE1Izabeth QueenElizabeth
Elizabeth did in her tIme said Jam Jaus JausWilson 1I 1IWlllIOn
WlllIOn s secretary retary ot a agriculture rfculture today toclaTupon todayupon
upon his return from a months vacation vacationon
on his Iowa farm He was discussing the thepro theprosperous
pro prosperous perous farmers of the west and the thehigh thehigh
high w wages eS of the woddnsmen in the
east eaJltTake
Take the meat bll bills I of the laborer I IWaahiRgton In InWashington
Washington today he continued and andyou andyou
you will find that they eat t meet three uireetOOes threetimes
times a day and they want the best cuts cutsAJI cutsAs
AJI a result the price of meat Is away up upWhile upWhile
While the farmers are producing more morebeet morebeef
beet every year ear they are not producing prooucinrenough producingenough
enough to meet the increase In llpula llpulatlon ispuIalion
lion I dont look for the prices to de decreslIe decrease
crease materially soon soonJhe soonfhe
Jhe secretary w was asked If the we western westernfarmers tern ternCarmen
farmers were really Investing < < such large large8ums largesums
sums of money In automobiles automobilesThere automobilesThere
There I Is too much truth lit thOM re reports reports
ports he re responded ponded The farmer Is out outof outof
of debt lIe hlUJ ha paid for his farm his hisfences hisfences
fences and his machinery lJe bas money moneyIn
In his pock3ts and big croJll cropecontinue continue to tocome tocome
come on He Ie afraid to Invest In eastern easternecurltle easternsecurities
securities lest a year might bring trou trouble tronble
ble there AJI a result he puts his money moneyIn
In luxuries instead ot channels that tbatmight thatmight
might give a return Why folks In the theeast theeast
east dont kno knoW what luxuries are they theymust theymust
must 80 west to find out outo outBARTENDER
0 0BARTENDER
BARTENDER COMMITS COMMITSMURDER COMMITSTV
TV MURDER U RD ER AT ROAQHOUSE ROAQHOUSELoB ROADHO USE USELos
LoB AngPles Cat Sept 17Robert 17RobertBnkr 17RobertBaker
Baker n 1artndc > r tonight shot and andkiJlpd andkilled
killed AIIta At xaulpr r > I NwIrid wInd at a road roadhous roadLIfl
hous IIpn r ui 1 < ii Nnr111 Nnr111fr e eicr
fr th tragd tl iJ o disc v cd c d b by the thlpUo
pUo
WORKMEN FELLIN FELL HLlIN
IN BEHIND HAG HAGStrike
Strike at Pressed Steel Car CarCompanys CarCompanys
Companys Plant Brought Broughtto
to an End EndPlt EndPittaburg
Plt Pittaburg burg Sept 17The second strike of oforJunen ofworkmen
workmen employed at the plant of the thePre8 thePreeeed
Pre8 Preeeed ed Steel Car ar eotIIpDy which was Wlldec wasdeclared
dec declared ared Xotday w was brought to an alt altIypt abfl4pt
Iypt end today The climax was remark
able In the history of industrial disputes
Having notified the t foreigners relgne that dlSfUtell they
Intended to march Into the > mill carrying
the Stars and Stripes ZOOO American
workmen who were not favorable to the thestrl
strl strilte e l s3mbled early at the XcKee
Rocks end of the ODonovan bridge and 1
cheering enthusiastically started toward
the big plant plantOn plantOn
On the way 15 1500 O Croatian and ItaI
lane joined the march When the gates gateswere tel telwere
were reached 1000 l Slave Russians and
Pole who threat tleatend > n d trouble In the event
any oC the men attempted to enter the thewortul theworks
works were encountered and theM too
fell Inh 1st lIRe and entered the pla plant t An
tielted 41 disorders ordens failed to materialize materlalteand
and the strike w was over
It I is now believed that the trouble baa
definitely been settled tlettledWRIT settledS settledw1T S
WRIT Of MANDATE IS ASKED ASKEDCompetitor ASKEIICompetitor
Competitor of Francis 1 Heney Takes TakesHis TakesHis
His Troubles in Court at Sn SnFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Franciscon
San n Francisco Sept l7Argument In Inthe Inthe
the petition oC Charles M Flckert candi candidate candidate
date for district attorney on the Repub Republican Repubbean
bean and Union Labor tickets for a writ writof writof
of mandate to compel the election com commlsslone cornmissloners
mlsslone to produce In court the ballot
boxes used at the he last primary election electionIn
In order that a recount may be bad oc occupied occupied
cupied the greater portion ot the day In Inthe inthe
the superior court The action Involves Involvesthe
the candidacy of Francis J Honey for die district dietrict
trict attorney on the Democratic ticket ticketFlckert ticketFickert
Flckert alleging that 108 10 votes cast for forhim forhim
him were thrown out In the count illegal illegally
Iv Heneys majority was elghtyeight eightyeightvotes
votes and Flckert on this showing claims claimsthat claimsthat
that h he should be given the Democratic DlmexraticnomInation Democraticnom1nation
nomInation Argument wilt be resumed remmedtomorrow resumedtomorrow
tomorrow
COOK SENDS SNOSWORD SENDSWORDAHEAD
WORD WORDAHEAD WORDAHEADWireless AHAO AHAOWireless
Wireless Brings Message Fromthe From Fromthe
the Explorer Telling His HisOotmtrymen HisOountrymen
Ootmtrymen w Have Fullest FullestOonfidence FullestConfidence
Confidence in His Conquest ConquestWILL OonquestWILL
WILL PROVE HIS CLAIM CLAIMWHEN 1 1WHEN
WHEN HE REACHES HOME HOMEDetailed
Detailed Story of the Course of ofthe ofthe
the Dissension With Com Commander Cornmander
mander Peary Involving the theLoss theLoss =
Loss of Doctors Supplies SuppliesDUE
DUE IN NEW YORK MONDAY MONDAYOJl
OJl 1Ioard the StetJtip Oscar II IIat El Elat
at Sea a Sept 11 via Marconi wireless wirtlesste1erraph wirelesstelegraph
telegraph to Cape Race Ii F Sept Sept11UTeU Sept174TelI
11UTeU the people of America to toJaaye tohave
have the fullest confidence in my myof mycnqitest
cnqitest of the pole I have records recordsof
of o observations made by me which whichHI whichwill
will HI pro prsve my claim I IhaII De glad gladto
to set y feet Oil AeriCILlllOil AeriCILlllOilTtl AMaricax soil soilThis
Ttl This I was the brief meNage Dr Cook t tday tday
day asked the Associated Press to give t tht i ihis
ht his countrymen as be nears home on th thsteamer t h hsteamer
steamer Oscar II due in New York Mor Morday lor lorday
day dayDr
Dr Cook dl8CU discussed eed freely the assertions llRltiOnsot
ot Commander Peary that he Cook had hadne hulnever
ne never reached the north pole and gave ave a adetl adetailed
detl detailed led awry of the causes that brought brougiJtabout broughtabout
about the dleoaloDII titween the two twoexplorers twoexplorers
explorers explorershen explorersWhen
When hen he departed for the north Dr DrCook PrCook
Cook said he left provisions at t Anna Ann1took Annatook
took north of Etab In change of Rudol RudolFrancke RuduliFrancke
Francke and several Eskimos Franck Franckhad Franckhad
had instructions to CO south o1J 1 aboard aboardwluiler a awhaler
whaler and return later TI This s be did bur hutmissed burmlll8ed
missed the returning vessel owing to toslight a aslight
slight Illness Ht then was taken aboard aboardPearys aboardPearys
Pearys ship the Roosevelt aDd pro proceeded proceeded
ceeded north northE northEskimo
E Eskimo < Im Thought HI Him Dud DudCoDlDlander DcadCommander
Commander Peary found my suipp tlpplv tlpplvdepot v vdepot
depot at Aimatook Dr COok eontlnwtI eontlnwtIand
and the Eskimo In charge told him thl thlI
I was dead which they fully believed t tbe tbe
be true at the tiJDe tiJDePeary timsPeary
Peary placed two men In charge of tl tldepot tldepot
depot Boatawatn Murphy and another anotherHasTy noth nothHarry
Harry Whitney the New Raven hunter huntelallO hunteralso
also remained there Murphy bad orders ordento
to search for me but was told that thatcould h hcould
could send Eskimos northward the foi foilotring fe feloWing
loWing spring IIrlngWhen springWhen
When I return returned from the pole unl unlpected1y unepectedly
pected1y Harry Whitney was the frt frtto
to see me and to tell me what had 0 0curred ocurred
curred Whitney was placed In 10582 10582ado poeeBloc
ado Bloc of the facts concerning my Journey i ithe tthe
the pole on condition that he would nor norInform t tinform
Inform Commander Peary or his me of ofthem o othem
them At the same time the Eskimos wIn wInhad wli wlihad
had accompanied me north were told t tmaintain v vmaintain <
maintain the strictest silence silenceDispute
Dispute With Murphy MurphyWhen MurphyWhen
When I went Into the depot there W we wea J Ja
a dispute between myself and Murph Murphwbo Murnhvwho
who delivered to me written Instructior lnefructorushe s she
he had received from Pansy although Jr Jrhimself hohimself
himself could neither read nor writ writrTh writThese
Th These InetrurtiODs bowed that he was vngmaktnc wasmaking
making a trading station of my depot th thcontentJI tliu tliucontents
contents of which had been used In trad tradIng tra4trig
trig for furs and skins eklnsDr skinsDr
Dr Cook said he was Intensely annoyed annoYfdat
at thl this use of his supplies and threaten threatenedto d dto
to kick out Murphy and his com comnanions comnanionsFinally nlon nlonFinally
Finally however be consented to their theirrpmalnlng theirremaining
remaining at the df depot > pot as there was no noothr noothr
othr shelter for them tbemOn themOn
On one occasion Murphy asked me nb nbruotly nbruntly
ruotly Have you been beyond IM ft Dr DrCook PrCook
Cook said
saidMade
Made Evasive Reply ReplyBut
But I was determined not to let Peary alT
know of my movements and replied ea easively evasively
sively that I had been much farther non north northFrom h hFrom
From thIs statement bas been eoococt1 eoococt1the concoctethe
the declaration that I had said that I hul hulDot iia iianot
Dot reached the pole poleDr poleDr
Dr Cook declared that neither HalT HalTWhitneys
Whitneys nor his Cooks records ar > j jboard i iboard
board the steamer Roorevelt and th thi r rtherefore ttherefore
therefore Peary Information coJ1Ct concern > rning ng
him emanated from Boat8Wain atswaln Murphy Murphywho h hwho
who knew nothing of bl his movements nr nrCook DrCook
Cook Bald he had arranged for the tw twEskimos twEskimos
Eskimos who went with him to the pO pOand puand
and Knud Ramnu8llen whom he met il ilGreenland iuGreenland
Greenland to go to New York and con confirm confirm
firm the story of his discovery
All the passengers are Impre impressed lled by the theelncerity t he hesincerity
sincerity of Dr Cook as Itldlcated by his hisconversation hiaconversation
conversation with them In regard to hi hidiscovery h hdiscovery
discovery of the pole He says be ha hagiven haM haMgiven
given thE Danish government proofs 1 1his r rhis
his achievements and now Is preparltl preparetilay t tlay
lay thelll proofs before a competent bod bodin boiin
in America
ALASKA COAL LAND CASES CASESREMAIN CASESREMAIN
REMAIN IN CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYCunningham CONTROVERSYCunningham
Cunningham Combination at Seattle SeattleW SeattleWIll
W WIll ll Try to Hang on to toTheir toTheir
Their Cla Claims5 Claims5S ms msSeattle
S
Seattle Wash Sept 17The ruling of President Taft intJui in tag JJ Bfljn BfljngerGlavis nm nmgerGlavis
gerGlavis controversy does not change the thetitle title to the vast 001 re reas s sear searKatalla aearKata1Ia
Kata1Ia in Alaska which are claimed by severa verd syndioates ia ioIding hMliDf the theCunningham theCunningham
Cunningham combination with headquarters in Seattle The geologists geol8rUtsin
in c chiarge arge of the United States survey of A Ala ka a said recently t tht t six bile bilelion billion
lion tons of coal was in sight in Alaska
This coal Is superior to any found foundel foundelsewhere
el elsewhere In North America except In InPennsylvania InPennsylvania
I Iof
Pennsylvania EstImates of the value valueof
of the coal lands elabnedb by the syndl syndlcates syndieaten
eaten vary from 71100 71OO5 to one bil billion billion
lion dollars doUrsTho dollarsThe
The record in the CUnningham coal coalenss coalcases
cases allows that the claimants have havestltJpUed havesupplied
supplied the Interior department with withalleged withalleged
alleged proofs of the regularity of thf her herproceedings > r rproceedlngl
proceedings and are awaiting a Til1im Til1imIt rulinIt
It is stated however th that t there will willbe willbe
be no Immediate dteI decIIon Ion on th the qUt8 qUt8tim questlin
tim but that under ordrs from th thpresidnt thprsiknt
presidnt a more thorough and f
j
reaching Investigation will be made ot
the coal lane cases than ever before
For this purpose two special aent aentwhose agentewhose
whose names a are not known hn will
be assigned to thoroughly examinu the therecords therecords
records In th l1od nd office in A Alaska Alaskawhere inskawhere
where are on file all papers in the Cun Cunningham cunflingham
ningham coal cases as well itS in n thE thEcaes thir thircases
cases inving valuable ucal land lan near
Bering Lake Alaska AJaskaI
It is bfiieved prroiWlJlt > that dllrlng d icing
tho Vit bit f Prs Prsi1uit jIH Taft ill iuu1 tcre tcreI tcretar
tary tar 1tr t tItue It ill iI II u attic
I hr lifa1h1 < 11i1 it tilt tI L i L 1tr 1trI itrveesy
very icid l CUdilnghanl CUdilnghanlIyncikate CUiflghaniuyndicatc
I Iyncikate have not been advised 01 01Ulh f fstuli
Ulh n lu ring hilt it ia twiitld th t t t11
j 11 IF l 1 P I Ipi4l IUjJ IUjJJl
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