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Milford Mail, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1903, Milford, Iowa INJURIOUS TO NATJON Fuiher of British Cabinet Crisis May Prove Embarrassing London Oct prolongation of ihe ministerial crisis seems likely ludging from newspaper coniment to still further disiredit the government It had been taken for granted that Premier Balfour would complete the re construction of the cabinet before go Ing to Sheffield to deliver his long ex pected speech explaining his fiscal pol icy which Is due on October 1 It is now seen that this Is impossible and the apparent for Lord Milners decision is commented on In conserva tive as well as liberal papers as em phasizing the dearth of firstclass statesmen in the conservative ranks A large section of the unionist party is restive under the report that Mr Bal four Is supporting Mr Brodrick in the tetters determination to remain at the war office Lord Mllners reluctance to accept office is attributed among other reasons to hesitancy to commit hlmselfa party man Another point made by the lib eral papers Is the absence of a respon sible chancellor of the exchequer at the moment that the country is experien cing a serious financial crisis needlmr the presence of a strong finance min ister Lord Rothschild when interviewed said ha was convinced that politics had nothing to do with thennancial de pression which he believed was the v j outcome of throwing upon the market tu large quantities of English securities i council of that body Samuel Comj and of heavy borrowing by municipal James Duncan John Mitchell Itis and he saw no cause for alarm es O Connell and Frank Morrison Various subjects of legislation in the interests of labor as well as executive THEJHLLS CASE Conference Wtth the Pres ident Faiis to Bring the Deirlsed Decsion UNION MEN ARE SATISFIED Prominent Leaders of Labor Were In cluded in the velt Says He Cannot Recogniza a Mans Union Obligations Washington Oct Gom pers president of the American Feder ation of Labor Mr Mitchell the head of the United Mine Workers organiza tion and four or live other members of the executive council of the American Federations of Labor were In confer ence with the president for a long time with regard to thecaseof Foreman Miller of the book bindery the gov ernment printing oflice whose dis charges sought by the labor leaders The president granted an interview to the following members of the execu FINANCIAL GIANTS OF WAIL STREET BATTLE The editorial article differs from the views expressed by Lord Rothschild interests of labor as well as executive and expresses the opinion that the long action were discussed Concerningthe period of uncertainty regarding the of William A Miller the president governments fiscal policy and the pro made the following statement j loneatloii of the cabinet crisis in largely 1 thank you and your committee for responsible for the financial situation your courtesy and I appreciate the op MAY ADVANCE RATES portunlty to meet withyou Itwill al ways be a pleasure to see you or any representatives of your organizations or your federationas a whole As regards the Miller case I hava little to add to what I have already eaid In dealing with it I ask you to remember that I am dealing purely the relation of the government to Its employes I must govern my ac tlon by the laws of the land which I are sworn to administer and which any case In which the government of the United States is a party from all other cases whatsoever Meeting of Traffic Men Will Be Held ir New York October 1 New York Oct have been extensively circulated of late that a concerted movement taking in all the large railroad systems of the coun try is under way to bring about an advance in Ireight rates January 1 The eastern trunk lines according to the re ports In question are planning an in crease of about 10 per cent When the matter was called by the laws are enacted for the benefit Journal of Commerce to the attention whole people and can not and of one of the best informed trunk lines raust not be conserved as permitting officers at this port lie declared the re against some of the Tpeople I am president ofall of the ipeople of the United States without regard to creed color birthplace oc cupation or social conditions My aim Is to do equal and exact justice as among them all In the employment dismissal of men in the govern ment service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or dno nt belong to a union as being for or against him than I can recognize the fact that he is a Protestant or a Cath nllc a Jew or a Gentile as being for ar against him In the communications sent me by the labor organizations pro testing against the retention of Miller in the government printing office the reasons alleged or twofold viz is a nonunion man and 2 That he is not personally flt His per iohal fitness is one to be settled in the routine of administrative detail and cannot be allowed to conflict with or to complicate the larger question of igovernmeht discrimination for or against him or any other man because heisor Is not a a union This is the only question nowbefore me for decision and as to this my is final Labor Leaders Satisfied VThe conference had been asked foi laborleaders From their man ner as they came from the White House it was evident that they were entirely satisfied with the result of their interview They declined to be Interviewed Mr Gompers referring the reporters to the statement that would be given out by the presidents secre iary regarding the Miller case While he wastalking one of his associates wished It to be impressed on the re portersthat the presidents statement should be understood 6y tuem to be an entirely independent statement and not asan answer to the councils re quest The council also brought to the at tentionof the president several mat ters of legislation in which it is Inter ested Among these were the enforce ment of the eighthour and the antl Injunction bills which passed the house i of representatives at the last session of congress The president air Gompers said expressed himself as favorable to the principles of the short hour work day and his deep concern for the inter estof the wageearners of the country The president also was asked by his visitors to take up the case of Ephrlam W Clark who is confined In the Thomaston Me jail under a sentence xf life Imprisonment for mutiny president was asked to extend eiecu tlve clemency in Clarks case STORY COST A FORTUNE port absolutely absurd However it has been learned the runk line managers are considering he adjustment of import ratea and a oint conference of the New TorkMIs ouri lines has been called to meet in Tork October S The trunk lines mport committee and representatives f the gulf lines Western Freight as ociatlon lines and TransMissouri Ines will be present All through rates from forelgrn ports to Missouri river points and points in western territory vil Ib discussed rtore Disturbance Is Feared in the Sbc Country Sault Ste Marie Oct have been no furthrtdisturbances since last evening in the Canadian Soo but the situation has some elements which do not promise a long continuance of the resent peaceful conditions Every saloon in town open and most of them In the laboring mens districts are being patronized heavily by a horde ofIdle men who somposefl yesterdays mob Fifteen tundred instead of 400 asreported last night are at Wiers lumbering camp welve njiles up the AJgomar Central road and It is this body of men the railroad has refused to transport to the Boo under the present troubled condi lons Of this number seventyfive walked in yesterday reaching the Soo about midnight and the rest of them ire walking down today This big ac cession to the ranks of the unemployed s looked upon as sure to cause trouble unless the authorities show more vigor n dealing with the situation than they lid yesterday Another troublesome eature is the delay in getting addition it troops here The grenadiers from Toronto cannot reach here before late this afternoon Toronto Sept hundred men three officers andsixteen horses of the local militia ieft early today for Bault Ste Marie JermanFUd for pear of Kaiser Afraid to Return to Estate Duiutli Mton Sept Because he told a funny story about his emperor in a company of boon companions In the mess hall of bis regiment one evening eight years ago Ernest Buch a waiter in Haleys restaurant here dares not return to Germany to claim an estate of to which he has fallen heir Buchs home is at Frank en berg Saxony and he served in the Thirtysecond field ar ill ery before lie was so Indiscreet as to tell the story The next morning Buch regretted what had done A friend told him he would be called to account withlri thirtysix hours and advised him to flee wnich he did BucU fears a military prison if he returns to Germany though he is now a citizen of the United States He has legal advice TRY COSSACK SYSTEM Vew OutpostMethod Being Experi mented on at Camp West Point Camp Young West Point Ky Oct After yesterdays allday advance and rear guard maneuvers the light task assigned the regular army men today was greatly welcomed Todays work involved drilling the outposts it Is thought thrj Cossack system for this branch of field work recently adopted by the army will be given Its first trial The principle of the action la that of a small body of men does the duty at the outposts instead of relief patrols In this manner the pickets cover the territory In a fan Instead of advancing In a itraight line The carnp is in readiness for the militia of tiis various states their arrival will begin tomorrow Tbc weather continues magnificent London Demoralized London Consols touched 87 to 4ay tlx lowest point 18St and then whole an tfce ttocfc of TROOPS ON THE WAY OVER 8EA IN BALLOON Stocks Once More Go to New Low LeveU During To days Market U S STEEL DOWN TO 15 Efforts to Rally the Market in thi Early Session Suffer Along With the Industrials New York Sept liquidating movement was resumed at he opening of todays stock market Extreme weakness was shown by stee securities all of which went to new records Five per cent bonds were selling down to common stock to 15 in the flrst Uour Traction shares also showed pronounced Heaviness and a numbcr of higher class railway shares made declines of one point and over One early feature was the three point sreak in Louisville and Nashville Met ropolitan Street Railway when at it touched the lowest price reached in years The selling move ment which came from all parts of tht roomwas doubtless Inspired In a large measure by the lower quotations from abroad all European financial centers showing an unfriendly artitute toward this market Brokers reported large sales for Phil adelphia Plttsburg and the middle west accounts Efforts to rally the market during the early sessioa proved unsuc cessful T COTTON IS WILD flush of September Shorts to Covei Causes Excitement New Tork Sept was a wild rush of September shorts to cover In the cotton market this morning and prica for that delivery rose and fell in a manner that recalled ths earlier days bull campaign Closing Saturday at it opened today at advanced to then reacted to J1150 Balance of the list wasfairly active and closed flrm MORGAN IS ACCUSED French Succeed in Cronina EnglUh Channel London Sept the firpit time In history a balloon has the English channel sailing from Paris to Hull a distance of 360 miles An at jtempt was made in 1885 to cross the Channel from France but the aeronauts never were heard of afterwards The party which now has accom plished the feat consisted of Comte Henri de la Vaulxt Comte Hadelius fDoutremont and Captain Jules Veger of the regimentof engineers at Ver iaJUes They started from St Cloud at G lociock Saturday evening and crossed the channel near Dover ft 1 oclock Sunday morning and keeping to the st coast passed over the estuary of he Thames at 6 oclock Rapid progress subsequently was made the coast being kept In eight hen near Hull however the wind reered round to the west and when he balloon crossed Humber between Grlmsby and Hull at In the fore noon the wind was blowing the aer onauts out to sea To thla dan er they made the descent about six miles from Hull having covered the distance of 300 miles in seventeen and Uireeijuarters hour Aeronauts Highly The aeronauts were highly elated at heir feat They had set out they aald with the intention of traveling sjs far they could But for the wind changing near Hull there was no reason why they should not have traveled over the whole length of England One object of the voyage was to ex jeriment with tha new nrrangemtnt of laving a smaller balloon inside a larger one Count de la Vaubc Is one of best mown French aeronauts and he haa made several Interesting aerial voy ages In August 1902 he rec ord balloon trip for having ascended from St Cloud near Paris and landed at Opoos Hesse a diitance of over 419 miles which he covered In nineteen hours In 1901 and again In 1902 accompanied by French warships he endeavored to cross the Mediterranean from near Marseilles to Algeria In balloons to which was attached a fioatlnaappar atus Intended to aid the in keeping their course with a view to demonstrating the possible utility of balloons in time of war Both these efforts were unsuccessful the balloon being driven back to the north coast of Mediterranean Hundreds of People Write That Hi Has Ruined Them New Tork Sept letters ex conattng J P Morgan as the cause oE ruin of thousands ot persons have been received at the ofiice of J P ilorgan Co the last few days Moat of these letters are said to be signed with the true names and ad dresses o men who claim to have been ruined thriugh Investment entered Into on the public stated opinions of Mr Morgan It is not known that any of these letters threaten violence Such letters are received occasionally by Mr Morgan as well as other men prominent in Wall street and are al ways investigated but the present flood of letters into the office has caused the Morgan detective force to take unusual precautions Mr Morgan has no fear that any per son will offer personal violence and walks freely about his office which Is one of tho few In street every part of which is open to the public gaze Mr Morgan transacts most of his business seated where paaaerabv on Broad street can see him ItIs true he maintains a body guard as faithful and alert as any attending s younr monarch but he Is personally acces sible almost any hour even to strangers There are at all times from three to a dozen police department detectives in plain clothes at his front steps or Just across the street These detectives are stationed there because of the tre mendous value of securities carried In tha stock exchange vaults and out of them daily Incidentally they serve to awe strangers and the slightest sus picious action on the part of any vis itor to the neighborhood is Instantly noted At Chief McCluskys office It wag said that no request had come from Morgan Co for extra detective service FOURTH ASSEMBLY STOCKS ARE STRONGER i who Biue and Parade With Spanish r New Haven Conn SetJtl 30 in aeneral Revival of Confidence Is Noted j uniforms of blue and grey emblematic of the reunion comrades the men who were formerly separated by see on the New York Market Today tlonal strife thousands of soldiers of New Tork Oct stocks the SpanishAmerican war marched In opened generally weak today with j parade today as the preliminary to the aozne new low records notably United j opening of the fourth annual assembly States Steel common supporting orj the National Army and Navy and Jers in large volume soon changed the j Spanish War Veterans They were re of the market and prices gained viewed by the veterans of the G A R materially all around The shorts state officials and President Hadley 01 tred extensively and the buying in the i Tale university opinion of shrewd observers was the In the procession and accompanying best seen in some days The change j them as escort were the Second regl from yesterdays demoralization was ment of the Connecticut Natlona aoubtless due largely to assurances Guard a naval battalion the govern Erom trustworthy sources that condij 013 foot guards members ot the Nava lions were Intrinsically sound that the Veterans association Knights of Co recent liquidating movement has not lumbus and other civic societies affected the substantial interests of the The flrst assemblage of the day country and that fears of a money that of tho council of administration stringency are Brokers whe This meeting was largely for tha pur usually represent big banking interests Pose ct completing the details of the were prominent in the buying move program for the convention Reports of the work accomplished during the year were submitted to the natlona council and referred to tha convention for acceptance The report of Adjutan General Dyer showed tha organization ment TROOPS ARE WITHDRAWN furkey Removes Them From Four Points on Bulbarian Frontier Burgas Bulgaria Oct patches received here announce that Turkish troops have been withdrawn from three points on the Turkish fron tier which are now occupied by in surgents It is understood this move ment Isin accordance with the request of the Bulgarian government that had rcade rapid progress during the past year tho membership now being about 140000 The nuances are declared to be In good condition with no debt and with considerable balance on FAST TRAIN WRECKED IN SOUTH CAROLINA Nine Persons Were Killed and Seven Injured on the Southern Road GOING AT GREAT SPEED Nearly every on the Train Either Killed or and Cars Reduced to a Mace of Iron and Splintered Wood Charlotte S C Sept mat trsir No 37 on the Southern railway Jumped the track near Danville Va killing nine men and Injuring seven JTollowlng are known dead names of NIXON FOR MAYOR Announces Candidacy for Democratic Nomination in New York New York Sept Lewis Nixon Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for mayor He said I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for mayor JAMES A BRODIE engineer State J THOMAS BLAIR conductor Cen tral N C JOHN L THOMPSON postal clerk Washington D C W N CHAMBERS postal clerk Washington D C MAIL CLEIIK in charge name not yet learned CLARENCE WHITE Statesville N C fireman D T FLOUT Nokesvllle Va postal elerk P N AHDANWTUGHT Mt Clinton Va postal clerk A FLAGMAN AND A BRAKEMAN names unknown Among the Injured all postal clerks are i Mall Clerks Louis W Spiers Menas Va Frank E Brooks Charlottesville Perclval Indenmauer Washington Charles E Reams Culpepper Jennings Dunlap Washington M C Maupln Charlottesville Va J Harrison Thompson St Luke Va All the Injured men are seriously kurt There were eighteen persona on the train Going at High Speed The trestle where the accident oc earred la BOO feet long and IB located on a sharp curve Engineer Brodle was a new man on that division of Southern and It Is said he came to the curve at a very high rate of speed The engine had gone only about fit ty faet on the trestle when It sprang1 from the track carrying with It flve mail cars and an express car The1 trestle a wooden structure also gave way for a apace of fifty feet At thefoot of the trestle is a Bhal low stream with a rocky bottom Striki BIG STRIKE THREATENED Chicago May Be Up but It Known Here Chicago plant States is ened with a tieup with a strikeof butchers and affiliated workmen throughout the country for thefirst time in history unless the owners yield to demands of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers of America While the packers are willing to pay the wages asked a hitch in negotia tions has arisen over the demand of the packers that the butchers Increase their amount of work Every lodge of butchers in the country has been asked to vote on the demand of the packers and meetings will be held for the pur pose throughout the country tomor row If the vote shall be unfavorable It Is likely a general strike will be or dered affecting more than 50000 men The situation developed today after the executive committee of the Amal gamated Meat Cutteis and Butchers workmen had conferred Saturday with representatives the packing indus tries on the demands made by the un ion some weeks ago Saturday the for mal demand for a 10 per cent Increase was reiterated It wns accompanied by the butchers statement that they had shown conclusively the national union was capable of controlling its members and is in a position to assure the pack ers that there would be no strikes dur ing the life of the proposed agree ment The packers representatives an svvered the butchers would be paid 5 a day under certain conditions and the settlement of the controversy depends on the reception thesj meet at the hands of the union rank and file After the conference Saturday Mi chael Donnelly president of the butch ers and members of the executive committee sent telegrams to every lo cal lodge of butchars In the United States detailing the condition of af fairs and ordering a vote on the pack irs demands for work RIOTING AT THE SOO Closing of Great Plants Caused Disor der and Ordered Receiver Named Detroit Mich Sept bulletin to the evening News from Sault Ste Marie says that troops have been or dered ous to control the mob which la rioting In tha Canadian Soo The police are unable to cope with the rioters A dispatch just received from Sault Ste Marie by the News says the are attacking tha militia at the works The soldiers who are being bombard ed with rocks and all sorts of missiles have refrained from firing up to tha time the dispatch wns filed A1 mob of discharged employes of the Consolidated Lake Superior company after being put off with promises when they demanded vares this morning broke of thoclty of New York This statement Bg Vc la f t1t UQ IDB CarS W6r9 uinrtow n til a nfnua Is made will a full knowledge of the un certainties of the democratic situation I am willing to make a stand with those democrats who believe the democratic tides of the party of this city should l i low in municipal reform reduced to a mass of twisted Iron and pieces of splintered wood cara went down they touched the the r6et cotton mU j A treat crowd of people was soon at The battle will be won or lost on local soene af the wreck No one on anyl issues that are old enough to have gained f the cai had made an effort to jump a permanent hold on the public mind tha bodies of all those killed and These issues ore police blackmail and j Injured wera found In the wreckage that mercenary eplrlt which breeds honesty in the public service To them j may be charged all the partys recent loss of local prestige The democracy has not uiit been beaten on these Issues by republican j cause for the wreck the high speed of votes alone by any meane It has been j thatrain on the sharp curve PANIC ON A STEAMER Say Thero Was Ono and Officers Deny the Statement beaten chiefly by democratic votes The democratic party of the city haa j allthe Issues in Itsfavor except these except two It Is easily within Its power to throw off their dead weight when It makes up Its mind to do so Ita right to domlnancy will be restored as Boon as it does There can be no doubt of the result of any cam paign In which the party explicitly and without equivocation commits Itself to the reforms for which tho city has tour times voted In ten years New York Sept Gllles pla Wyle of New Orleans Justice of the supreme court of Louisiana aged 72 died ot pneumonia on the steamer St Louis laatniffht Tho St Louis stopped i one ot her engines early Tuesday morn KiMiro and aiter several hours started the JONES ON FRANCHISES j engine again going at her usual speed A passenger attempted to send the itory ashore by wireless telegraphy the engines broke dqwu and that a panto occurred pas The message was Keld up by tha ships censors The officers denied there was a panic and said the Journals were overheated which caused the de lay prevented from doing further damage by a clever ruse of cne of the com panys officials who turned In a fire alarm to divert attention Almost every man in the crowd armed and in an iigly mood A de different cars to i I was defended by thoae inside who fired in uMarge number of shots none of which took effect Last night a hardware store was broken Into and every gun revolver and considerable ammunition stolen The local militia company which has been called out Is totally Incapable ot coping with the situation The author ities have telegraphed Toronto for more troops All saloons were ordered Toledos Golden Rule Mayor Fightt Chicagos Franchise Grabbers Chicago Sept street car Is a moving street Chicagos next centennial will see people using street cars as tboy now use sidewalks This was tho prediction made by Gold en Kulo Jones mayor of Toledo O at Handel hall yesterday There will be no conductor to take up nlckles continues Mayor Jones The cars will belong1 to the people as the side walks do now The occupation of a con ductor is degrading to the soul rlnEins up fares and performing a task as uselssa HJS digging a hole In the ground without purpose Mayor Jones address was the leading A MOVING SIDEWALK To ths New Bridge From Brook lyn and Enter the Subway New York Sept has been de cided by the extensions committee of the rapid transit commission to rccommend the Immediate adoption build moving platforma to be operated HER REQUEST DENIED UL tiie government mat n Turkey withdraw her troops from Ihe to frontier as a sign of the sincerity o her pacific declarations Mr Jones in the course of his remarks salfl If we cannot have municipal ownership today wa can tomorrow I am not hera to tell you how to capture your street railways from tha franchise grabbers Your mayor stands committed to the prln clples of municipal ownership I believe that he will stand by his principles We look back today to the time when we were transported by horses and mules Invention has made such strides that tho cars are now propelled by ths cheaper mo tivo power of electricity But we pay the same fare Six rides for a quarter Is the best that the companies will do Tho con dition Is more remarkable In Toledo than In Chicago I dont believe In granting franchises at all I believe In municipal ownership of everything In sight I myself would not grant a single franchise I hope that you will prevent the giving of the franchises here by going in a body to tne city hall on the evening of September 28 Mr Jones closed his remarks by predict ing that when another centeiinlai arrives the golden rule will be the supreme law the land Riot in Russia CLOSING THE FURNACES Thursday called Mother of Throe Condemned of Albany N T Sept Van Armenian church at Smjsha to the wormer stepmother of the three brothi Russian authorities according to an who are to be executed at Clinton Imperial decree IssufHl June 25 has at the executive been attended by ft conflict between Western Pennsylvania Owners Take Steps to Stop Overproduction PitsburE Pa OL 1 Plast fur ot Hast fur chambers this morning to make a flnal j Armenians and Cossacks According in behalf of her stepsons Govi to official accounts two Cossacks and declined to see her on the one rioter were shot and killed but 1 had fully considered tha j ihe Armenians carried off a number of and thought the Interview would o T C tV VYUU1U nace owners operating In western j te only useless pain to both Mrs Van Pennsylvania at a meeting here today j Wormer accepted the decision as final will tke up the plan proposed by the eastern men In New York last week of closing the stacks for certain periods luring the next threa months for the nirpose of curtailing production Much Hay Burned Orchard Neb Sept caused by spcrks from a Great North ern locomotive caused the burning of a large quantity of bay yewterday and lajt nlght Fully 100 people ere out Offhtlng nlfht to prvrwit of the ot hay art will return to Klndernook this aft TEN PERSONS INJURED A Runaway Car Livw vounded persons CLANNAGAEL FEUD Charge of Misappropriating Fundt Made in Omaha by Colonel Blake Omaha Sept J F T Blake who commanded the Irish brigade Mnv in which fought the duringthe South m Chicago f Eramtt Sept persona were mortai nwetinIn this city duringwhUh tarred two leriouely In accident aertoua the totor on tneHalated street line tlonal of the He train away and for two iW produce documentary lapertled the ot many peraona It which haa been Mid waeln tt mM the tnia In ciarr of rtpMtja bat that to Tha outlay will be about KiCWCCO As the commlUeemen form a majority of tho commission their vote may be regarded as anal for that body and the only element of unccrtalnty In the acheme la action by the board of The movinjr platform Idea has long been under discussion in connection with plans for easing the great crush of travel be tween New York and Brooklyn but never before has It reached definite shape losed The mob is now marchingdown upon a saloon near the companys works whose owner enraged the men by offering to cash their checks for 10 cents on the dollar The crowd of idle men filed down the streets and more rioting is sure to ensue as tho police are helpless and the tdwn completely errorlzed LEAVES OYSTKR BAY Presidential Household to Washington for tho Winter Oyster Bay N ST Sept dent Roosevelt left Oyster Bay on his return to Washington at today The president has been absent from the capita for thirteen weeks and two days and returns in the expectation of remaining there practically uninter ruptedly until next June When the president accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt and their children Ethel Archie and Quentln arrived at Oyster Bay station he was greeted with cheers from the great crowd of towns folk who had gathered to say fare well Thn president acknowledged their greeting by tipping his hat and bowing as he passed across to his train a special of two cars The president and his family occupied a private car President Baldwin of the Long Is land railroad In addition to the presi dent and family the party Included Sec retary and Mrs Loeb the members of the executive staff representatives of the press associations and the secret service officers It Is the presidents present Inten tion to return to Oyster Bay early next movingplaUorma could be easily operated j summer In the event ot his nomlna acrosa tha bridge which Is now nearlng tion for the presidency he will remain completion but their installation In the I here throughout the summer and au lutway at the Manhattan end of th Vdce would be an innovation HETTY LIKES NEWPORT Richest Woman In America ths of Counted Anna Leary Newport I Sept 29If reports tumn or until after the November elec tions A yet he has perfected no plans Tor the presidential campaign He has no Intention of participating actively In It It Is likely however that he will deliver some addresses here New York Sept their arrival lt New York the president and party were escorted across the town by a where the present was Joined by his daughter Alice who accompanltl the party to Washington trua Mrs Hettfo Green may 3Juad of mounted police They crossed rummer resident of Newport She U here L1 at Jersey City at now as tha guest of Countess Anna Leary and yesterday was joined by her daugh ter Miss Sylvia Green Some years ago Mra Green rented a small cottage at Newport with the Intention ot spending the summer here but before the opening of tho season chanced her mind Heport has It today that sbo haa become greatly pleased with Newport and la looking at valuable places in the market with a view of purchasing and that with her daughter will her cummers here It la not thought that Mrs Green dauehter havo any PRES BUCHANAN SPEAKS No Attempt of Parks Crowd to Inter fere With Conventions Routine Kansas City Sept Presl 3ent Buchanan called the convention the Structural Iron and Bridge rs Green and her Workers association to order aspirations to enter i addressed a few words to the delegates tha ranks of society but to do BO under urging harmony saying that he had the sponsorship of the would be easy Countess Anna only the best Interests of union labor at heart and wanted to do what he could to accomplish the most for labor In general There was no attempt on the part of the Parks crowd to Inter fere with the routine work In hand Distinguished Travelers Suffer fnccn Any antagonistic action they may OFFICIALS STRICT of Inspection Montreal Sept William CalUrd of Torquay and John Dover England to Con ot of of while on war to Bowton to embark for horm were detained tea by Inamlcratkin Inspector at Newport failed to pro duce required medical have had In mind was postponed the time being GUARDGOVERNORS HOMfe Another Attempt WilJ Be Made to Kidnap Hi Lincoln Neb Sept The around the nanMon eaueed ttuch coauaecl attempt will be to Governor Kickers children
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