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OMAHA. TlKSDAY MOliXIC, Al(ifST 11. 1!0S TK PAUKS.
S1XUI.K COPY TWO CKXTS.
The
Omaha
ON Till', rAUH,sl,MMARY 0F TBE BHEJTAFT ACA1S AlHOT SPRINGS
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iii li llau ami w, niiiil mail s'.amlitiK in il'ini'
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LOCAL.
I'nliir .luilur I'rawl'iiiii in iipiisrx a siin-
i is.- .mn t nl liravini; tlir i
iliiiiik- in nrilcr that tli-
ll'.lsi il l'i I'i'I',' wm k lllilli s.
Tm ii i tr. i lnpr ti lls lair
nl till S nl I.I 1 1 .-1 :l III I'm' the
isrs of plain
may be re
Fag 1
f belated bid
nt) printing.
Fag a
Western an
whieli opens
llrspilr ililinils 111" I! 1 ,'JI I
nniinirs nrw tailtf mi (jraln
llu- (Un.ilia inat'ki't furall Nrl.rask
i towns.
Faga 10
"nils nt' lh,, ImII tsiiliii's:
Nrw "lllk VS. I 'tlH'llH!- J.
- I'l.ilH.ir'phla v. I'll Labma
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l, l.nuiw s. IH'Sliill J.
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I'.oston vs.
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Nrw York -I.
SI
Louis -i.
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Faga 9
MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
1,,.. Arnv.-J. .-"l'i"'
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M.W Y'UIU
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HAYWARD ACCEPTS NEW WORK
l.mii'i for l;l 'Ihiirsilny liirnlii
oilier villh Ibalrmnu
lltelii'oi'k.
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I.K. Neb..
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Aug. In - iSpceial Tt I
Williani llaywaitl of
i i nt i al ciiiiimittce w ill
l'i.
i.n,' Norfolk loinoirow morning for l.in
.,'n and will start Tliuisilay niftht for Chl-
:, s wheir In will nn I National I'hair
ti i lli'.h, mk the latter part of the week
i rnnl. r with itgar.l to bis new position
is st i t.liv of til.' II. Hi, mill t llllinii'lrr.
Mr. II. n waul w ill accept the new position
t' "lie ,11'd .-intll our else will be chosen ini-
ititil rt rlv In s ieci-ril him as chairman of
I, s, i . i i. uin Hi, p. Flank I'lirritk. secrr
; i: .f thr stair commit 1 1:,-. reached here
I lln, in. to go nil t'l ';,lt'llt .11'. to meet
I !!! , .'Mil, it,.. I'll. lit UliiTl t li.'.nllilW
i K I'MSKll. N ii . A iv I'V-Nnw tliitl
I i , .t i ri n.l ll :lb:i:o li.nward of the N -i
' -k rep'llil ,! .li: , 111 liililr,' w ill step ,p
It. an. r 111 the .Itcrpt.il f the srt lrlaH-
i,,p ,.f ii. mi, !,.'! cinniit tre the many
.1,, ii --. . im fie iiiliof lion. A. I'.. Allen
W":.' i 1 1 - m s, r Ih.it i; 11 ! loin A n s'lt'tri
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STEAM AUTO EXPLOSION FATAL
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luiH.iaa Lrtnf al lwaaltrra la tali
furaia ia thianer vt Ikratrae- !
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t. .i''"ii .Hid ',a" l.teletl ihe s.nillil
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Receives Promise of Elkins for 38.000 !
Majority in West Virginia. I
RANK AND FILE WILL GOVERN !
i halrmnn W ondrnff of r- nra. ( n m .
mlllrr irnllinrnl or Party
Will Deride loftlnn of tiot--f
rnr Nomination.
lluT HI'ISINUS. "ii . Auc 1".-Jin'mi W.
II Tnft ami patty mrivnl li. rr thl morn
1 ii k frmii Vlillr Snlplitir Sprites. W. Va.
Pratik 11. 1 1 ill lu ni k . i li.iirtnan of th -Pali,
mill trplllilii'.in rnlillTllttri , Is oxprrtrd
In inn h In rr Wrilnrstlay. whi n tlir Wrst
Viminlii Mitiiatinii will Pi tiikrn up wilh
thr Iradrrs fii in that stair. Mr. Swishrr.
rrpiilillran i'iiinlul.itt fur finMimr of NVpst
VliKinla. iniiin line nti tin- samp train Willi
Mr Taft anil will ri'tnaiii tn Mn- Mr. Ilituli
I'.ick. Mi'tialnr KlkitiM nf U.st Virplnla. who
n ai lii'il lii'ic sla-nlay. hail an i xtrn,, J
unfirriii'i' with Mr. Swishrr to, lay, aftrr
whii li In- sal'l that, lit' hi'lirvnl Mr. .Sw;sh'f
wntilil In rlri'tril Kii-piniir Py ii.nn ma
im it i ami that Mr Tall Wii'ilil party his
stair liv nun inajm ii i . II was nut. hr
said, tlir ilrsiip nf thr Uailrts nf his slat
t.i Mivnlrv Mr. Taft In any fflitional iliffi-
I'lll! irS 111 Ills Stall?.
WIIITK SI Ll'lll K Sl'lilMiS. V. Va..
' Ann. in -Mr. Taft :ind patty 1,'fl In rr early
tnilay inr lint Spring. Va. Nut In lug fa
! miliar with all (if tin' (Mails nf tile ar
1 i 1 1 m' mt'tit liv whii'h EltntT Dnver takos
! Hii' srirrt.ii ship nf thr ailvlsnry i omtnlt-
! i f tin- ri pulilli an naliiinal ruinnilllrr
' uml William Haywnnl nf Nrlnaska the
Stl'lrtal vship nf Ilir full I'limillUtrf, Ml.
Taft saiil lie hail uu siaU'ituiit tt tnnki- nt
pi i.si'Ilt .
II 11Kb. m ( imr to ItnnU anil Kile.
NKW VOliK, Auk 1 -Thai lln- tank
ami file iif New York 1 emlilirans will illr
tair whrthrr Charles K. llughiH will h"
reniiniinatril for governor was thr suli
ftani'r of a statrment mad' by State
Chairman Tiinothy I.. Wootlrnff. who re
twrnt'il Imlay from the Ailirotnliu ks. Mr.
Woodruff said:
"Wr have been trying lu find out the
real sentiment of Ihr tank and file of the
republican nnriv of New York in a choice
f a ' nndidatp for gnvernor, and i' are
still sirklng what the sentiment may re
veal. The orpanizat ion has every c6n
fiih'iice in thr rank and tile of the re
publican party of thi" state to act wisely
in the matter, uml wr see no reason to
think thai Ihc body of republicans shoulif
not i lit wise have confident p In the orc;iini
zatlon. Wr shall iie Riililed by what the
fiai'ly wants in this matter."
Chairmnn Wooilruf f announced that the
temporary ch'iiruiau of the Stat' conven
tion will lie either Klll'ii Moot or ,loS"pli
H. t'hn.'i'.r. both iif whom have signif iert
Ihrir williiiKness to sent- in that rapacity.
Whichi ver of the two Is matle Icnporary
cbab luan. the other w ill be selrcted as
is'inianent chairman. The date of thp C(in
intlon will be Relcctetl at a nieetinB al
the republican club on Wednesday.
1'iynr l a tandltlale.
Al Hl lUN. N. Y.. Aug. I'l.-t'oiiai'essma'i
Sen no K. Pay nr. chairman of the housi
committee on ways and means, ilmlcs thai
he is a candidate for governor of N w York
slat.,. I 'niigi issin.i n rayne said totlay:
"I am not and shall not be a caiiillil.it.
t
for governor. My present ambition i
be rt -elected to congress and to help revise
Hit.- lui'it'f."
WJI.SON MI STIMIS TO SI'KIK
Inblurl Xemlieea Will Take fart la
rriiimil I amiialitn.
NKW VdUK, Aug. lU.-Sticretary Wilson
Depart men tof Agriculture and Sec
Straus tf tlie Department of t'mti
and lilnii' have boiii promised to
speeches in liie renublican cam
ZZ
make
paign il. Vermont. The election In that
state will be held on September 1. and Is
the first in the list of slates. The fact
that two cabinet members are to parilcipate
In the campaign was unnoiinrcd tonight by
Chairman Krunk H. Hitchcock of the re
publican rational commit lee.
Charles II. Keating of Mansfield, (I., has
hern appointed assistant ilireclor of llif,j.rn nominati'd for lit ill. iiant cm ernor on
speakers' bureau, and w ill have charge nf j ,'ir republican ticket, and that J. 1. I'd kei -the
wmk at tiie Chicago headquarters'. ling has been chosen by the tlemoci at s as
When Frank II. Hitchcock, chairman of I thel candidate for clerk of Hie niprenie
the republican nalional eamniitlee. reaches pnurt. These wer tin- i lily ol fires m) which
Chicago next Saturday, he will be
met by
lliemge It.
' eom m it t rr ;
Sheliloi.. the treasurer of the
Richard V. t ulnli.itl. director of
the literary bureau.
and C.t neral T. Cole-
man Dupnnt
lilertol' of the sp'dlvers' bll-
reau.
James 'I'. Williams, Jr., will accompany
Chairman Hi' clie.-cl mi all of his travels,
and will servr in the capat Ity of confltlrn
ti.il srcictary, this apiHiinliiirnt havirg linn
annoiini'iil to,la.
RrprrSrlltatiVr J. Villi Veclilrti lilcoll of
Nt w York forjsulteil witii iTiairman Hitch
cot k totlay coicerning New Ymk state poll
tics. Frank '. Williams, stale i hail in.ir. id
Vt rinoiil, and several other political leiatl- j
era from thaj state will arrive here tonight I
for a conleVenee Willi Mr. Hitchcock. !
i '
,II K Ttl.KM l AIIPAII.y Fl Ml 1
. j
I kilrmiu Dltaranara Money Mattrra
Heforr l eal las; for l.lueola.
CHICAl.tl. Aug. 10 -1 .'bairii.au Mat k of
the driiii.ci.itic national coniiiuUee Itd.iy
confei r.'tl with National Comniilteeiiit n
Wa.lr of Iowa and Wood of Michigan con
cerning tl, political situation In their
states mid the middle west in general. The j
matler nf a . an paian fjnd wss again ;
tak. n up wt'h (iovernor Hask, 11 ami i
Cnl .ii I Mikih C. Wetmore. J. II. Alwrnul,
chairiniti of the s jkers bureau. wtf e- (
pert, d here this afternoon. Mr. Mack 1
will leave for Unt t.ln. Neb, tonight . u i
rtttnl lb" l.ryan notification on Wt dni- !
TEXAS COMPLAINT IS FILED
Objretiaaa wf iklparri la Pronoaa-al
larrfMe Haln la Be fare
I waaiulaal.ia.
WASHINi'.'I'ON. Aug. 1'" -The eoinlaint
of the railroatl t oii'mlasion of Texan
against tlie several railroa.ls tnat hac
given notice of increase in freigm rates
which heranie effnrive in that ate today
lai filed with Ilia Inutitiie Cnmirrt
co.Timl.sta, on tndav. Tha i l arg. -a cmtaUnad
in the c'liiipl.iiiit arte aimiiar lo thoae nia.lti
in the recent t'oium'iuteaMoii to Chairman
Knapp by Allison May field, ctiairnian of
'he Texas Railroad i omaiaaiun, and sl
rea.l mat!" pulih .
T'ip Int. ri at" Comiiter.-e t miimission will
torriorriw notify i atlrouij s ",,i. eriH-,1 in toe
ll t-li-us.'. I l a!'-s. I as i ,.nnli,ii Lunula, to
lepii' to Ihr milplan: t filed loda n lot
Milro,l cuiiianspiou if T"X is wit bin fil
tern da; 4. I: ia ti-tnal to give ta. i.i.t d.tya
Lo' in.- f.bnj nl u 1 1. iv lo a t uaiioluini
GETTING
j this arAip ' V,' T-
should cAori F rr- v
rot 3eveiAi. Z
VuR DEMOCRATS-! 1 ,
A LAIOH AVINa lUIMIITION TO MR. aNVAN.
Fium
enver Itrpiililiian.
DINEEN HAS STRONG LEAD
Available Returns Give Him Majority
of 12,000 Over Yates.
F0SS TO CONTEST WITH HOPKINS j
Latter Una I'larallty. hut I'ornipr
I'lalni til llnvr tarried lJorlly of
Senntorlnl niatrlelft Oalraby
for l.lt'Blenanl linirrnor,
Cllb'ACSO. Aug 111 Such returns as
wire avai'ab!' rally luday. in addition to
tliosrt, obtained last night, continued the
republican nomination of Charlps S. Deneen
for governor antl Rive the republican rn
tloi's.'inpnt for 1'nited States senator tn
Albert J. Hopkins. From figures at band,
which arc, hoWPVPi', Incomplete, the ma
jority vote of Deneen over Yates Is prob-
ably mil far from 12,0ou to ir.mm.
I Tlie v ile for Cniterl Slates senator shows
that llnpkinn lias n" j'. Hi.libil plurality over i
' Fuss, but it is no I certain thai this t
man will hold. The returns from sonir- '
' poiintles may reduce Hopkins' lead tnti-
! triully. II Is. however, eonsidt red c-rtaln
by polliicians that Hopkins will receive r.
strong plurality on th- popular vote.
I It Is certain that I'tss will carry the
I fight inl i the state legislature ami a warn;
j contest will t nsue when that body inert s
I next winl' i'. Koss anil bis managrrs
'Halm that he has carried n miiioritv of
the senatorial districts, ami that tlie chief
i itreiigth of the Hopkins vote, particularly
I 111 lite city of Chit ago lias been if. ;
the democratic wards. It Is claimed that i
the votes In the senatorial districts
I should be binding on the iinnibprs of!
the legislature nnd then fore Koss and
1 his friends argue that If even defeated !
on the pnpuiar oio ne win nave a !
majority of the legislature under Instruc
tions io him.
Oitleshy for Lieutenant liovernor.
The Hopkins managers ib r'de Ibis claim
anil assert thai the vote of th state-at-larg.
Is the only thing that carries with it
the parly endorsement. Tim re.i'rns today
seem to indicate that .1. ;. Osl-sby lias
I I he result was la.il nigiit if. dtnibr.
The returns from Hie country precincts
'continue to come In slowly Definite
I figuirs arr most difficult In obtain on
! iminy of the votes, part ii nhirly those on
'the d.uiocratii lickit. H t ause of the gpi-
eral Imprest felt i.i C bitter strunglcs for
i the n publican E ibon. atonal iiominnlion
'and for the repulilii an Pmlorse'iu nt for
senator, the election imlg's generally have
'i ountrd the votes of that party first,
i Knough figures are obtainable, however,
i to show- that Ijiwrence It. Stringer of l.in
j coin lias received an ovcrw heiinilig pbir
j alii y for tlie democratic ndt rsemenl for
seiiBtor and that former P e rresiiieni
Atllai K. 8tevfis.ui of riloomlngton has
been nominated for governor.
The republiidtis I liroiighoui the slate
seem to buve turned out to vole al the
primary eleclion in greater fort e than tile
democrats. This is generally attributed to
Ibe Interest felt hi the republican contest.
William C. i Steen lias receivt d the
democratic nomination
for congressman
district ami T. C.
from the i hirly-loui til
! iSr itly the
j nineteenth
tlt-niocial ic
district.
nomination for the
INSULT
l.oallita
TO AMERICAN FLAG'
at Tahrla Fire on I on
aulafr, Waand One and He
at ror Fmhlem.
WASH INi 1T X. Aug
lu.- Thr flag '
al Tabiiz. I
loyalists, a
itl St the
if th,
1'niteil Stiles ci nsulati
has beer, shot down I
ing lo a llspatt li ret
ersla,
" trd- i
Stat I j
'.llisill I
ilep.'i tpr pt totlay
Doty at II at pla
im American I
The eoiu.ul
1st.
,e.
u lis that a mm standing near
I lie
door i
Tlie I
llil i - I
of Ibe consular office was wound. tl
blading Is siipuiisr.i to have Is-. n an
tlrr.t of thr disturbances which have
brrll
ml ill
going on at Tabid for some time,
both i ase lo have been . evidcnlal.
TWO DEAD CF FIRE DAMP
I (arli la Keaalr aa Ola) Wrll
at I kirakrr Praia Fatal tw
aiaaaaoB. Hralkrra.
I i'IIKKi 'K I.K. la .
j Fir.- daniii in an old
, r. paired kill '! i"
lu i He death "f a
I brill he! a Were rtl'4,l
Aug In. Spet ial i
a-ll aliidi was being
men ami may result
I'llrd Tiie ani.in
i, g tb ,-ll and w. nl
.own one afiei tna tther Hot n p.itahed
Alh. rt lUui'-n folloaed andliird to rea i,
II, am and aa elnmsl dead (Ulll y lli'd
....I It. aatu.a larm baling
the ll,
IT DOWN TO A RUBBER STAMP BASIS.
Chicago flour firm fails!
l'rliM'iial redllor Is I'lllsliury -W ash
luirn Co in pan Now In llnntla
of Iteeelvtrr.
CIIICAiJO. Aug. 10. Judge liiihea today
appuintetl Frank II, Jones receiver for Hie
Millers' Proibicts companv. flour dealers. I
'whose assets are placed at about JStiihiO
i and liabilities at $!i.tic.. The principal
: creditor Is Ihc Pillsbury-Washburn Klour
I Mills company, which wt t.t into tiie Hands
I of A receiver Saturday and which has a
I claim of $tK.Niii against the Millers' ''rotluets
I company.
j Ancillary recelers were appointed today
for the property of the Pillsbuty-Washburn
company's property In Chicago, valued al
about $J5.ntie. The receivers are Albeit C.
I.oring. Charles S. I'illshury and Albert
Cobb.
CINCINNATI. O. Aug. lo.-Anclllary re
ceivership proceedings for the Plllsbury
Washliurn Milling coinpai.y. for which re
ceivers. .Were named In Minneapolis Satur
day, were instituted In this city today. C.
S. I'lllsbury. A. C. Ixirlng and A. C. Cobb
apjsilntptl recelvera.
M.MiiiX. Aim. 10. Mr. I'lllsbury bad a
long conference here this afternoou with
tlie Urltisli directors of the I'lllsbury-Wash-hum
Klour Mills company, at whiih the
financial situation of the mills were dis
cussed. It Is understood that tlie ilircctois
approve of Mr. I'illslmr y's action pending
ia settlement -of the difficulties.
Ni:W YORK. Ann. 10.-Judo Ward today
In the I r.lteil States circuit court appointed
Albert C. I.oring. Charles R. I'lllsbury. .1
I bert c. Cobb ami Henry A. Il.iblnson an
1 ciliary leceivers ol me I'lllsbury-W aan.
burn Flour Mills company.
MIMIC WAR OPENS AT FT. RILEY
Five Thousand Men and Officers Tnkts
I'art in ttaek nntl Defense
Formations.
FORT RII.KY. Kan., Aug. in Ten days
ol' luiinic warfate began here today wit i l
(lie opt'tiinf, of the annual riuuieuvers. I'ive
Ibousaml men and officers, turning from
posts in Iowa. Kansas. Nebraska Hntl Ar
kansas, are participating, and Krigadic
Cent ral John R. Ki rr, commandant of tin
for!, is in command
H.v actual i oi lit there are in camp 4 ti U
enlisted men and officers. These in
fill le the Solent h lavalry and Ibe Slxtn
lield uriilcry from Fort Riley, the Thir
teenth Infantry and two companies of the
Third battalion of engineers from Fort
Ijeavenwortli. a detachment of the signal
corps from Fori Omaha, eight companies
of the Sixteenth infantry from Fori Crook,
Neb.; four companies of tile Sixteenth in
fantry from Fort laigau II. Root, Ark.;
light troops of the Second cavalry from
Fort Des Moines, la.; three batteries of Ibe
Fifth field artillery from Fort I.eaven
woilii. Kan., and two regiments of the
Kansas National (iuaril. All of the regu
lar troops marched to Fort Riley.
Brigadier lieneral Kt rr antl his staff
moved into their lieadiiua rlei s yesterday
and this morning orders wi re formally Is
siinl rstabiis'uing "the camp of instruction
and inam-iivt m." The program for tiie
first four days will lie in formal Ions for
attack and defense. Totlay the formation
was by troops, balteiles ami rompaules.
Totlay ami tomorrow the enemy will be im
ugin.iry. but for the next two days follow
ing lie will be indicated.
KILLS MARRIAGE BUREAU WIFE
Doniealle DIMtealt Ira Lend Womlut
JutlKf tn Hkiiiil Wife antl
Tarn llliuarir.
.i rf
I'liDY, Win., Aiii. I". li.ilncsli
i ulties follmving a marriage arranmed
tin ugh a mall im, in ia I agt m ) . ale assigned
as the cause of a double killing in which
Judge V V.. Swalison shot Ilia-W ife, Hose
Browning Swan.son. as she lay sleeping, ami
Hu ll il a bullet thioiig,i ids own head.
The tragedy was enaelt-.I at Ishawoii. a
remote mountain seitirm m near llu
huundrv of tlie Yellow stone Nalitin.il ton al.
Cm , mi II II. Ainswnrtb. who lis just
I
returned fr. t,t ", .1 i it t. Mur b r
ar.tl sult'ltir. brought lint Hit' Imdlr of lllei
I. i : i , .a and supplies tnr first authentic d. - l
tula of Ibe otiiirience.
Judge Smtllsnn had Irsnbd in I a' s a nt ,
l..r liiiil.t n vara and aa w.ll bk' ,! ii, i
..pular. Hr injiTird a Si. Ii. lis iiriiii i
two liars ago jfl.l .1 t null tup bv en;- 1
l spoilt K' lit' . The pair ill. I not live bappi.y 1
I, . sethi r anil of lair ibtlll.allc l;f (null I. a !
had taua.,1 Haaiianil to tiiink li-vil. 1
Kwdrittly ti
I roubles f ir
up loa nun. I
kill inma. if
All Ihr tit
Limited oi r nis home
ks and tb bl iaiel made,
inurd.-e bis aifr and I iril
la
a rriuir
i tn thr
'I.,' .1 .llUl
gll lllg I ll,
aalr a t -irtlo.g
..f
kill. I. g
r a ..mi
vt IH"
rnaei in i.liiii'
4 I. 1 1 er st .i nig
a aa i t t .k. pi n
at pi niiiati
BALDW1N IS SURE OF SPEED I
Confident His Dirigible Will Test
Twenty-Two Miles an Hour. !
j
OTHER EXPERTS ADD TESTIMONY
Mathematicians Figure villh Lota nf
llnlf of Xprrtl Itnlloon Mioultl j
fly Thirty Miles an
Hour.
WASHlNf'Tl IN. Vug.
p-pled that the official
In It is not px-spe,--ti
test of Cap
tain Thomas S. Raldwin's dirigible bal
loon will bp held at Fort Myer today is
l.as been annntincd. Ctbun H. Cnr,l. ti.e
builder of llu- motor, who went to Hani
moutlsport. X. Y.. on Saturdav In gel four
rarhuretors for tiir mot ir. wired I ap nln (
Haldwln last nieiit thai be would prnb- I
ably lie unable to start for Washington
until today.
Tlie failure of Captain Baldwin to at
tempt the spt"d trial on Saturday. a lie
had announced, wns taken by some to In
dicate that he poiiltl not make ti e fp ,
reiiuli pment of sixteen miles an h u .
When q.l''.l ini'rd Captain H.'ihlwbi said:
"It has a', no time )t(iiir"tl to me that
I would not fulfill the spied "(luiiPmcut.
1 am satisfied that we will make twenty
two miles an hour n t'n official trial.
"In our test of tlie motor and propeller !
at HHmmondsrsirl we found that we had a
maximum pulling power of 2mI pound.
The shape of mv gas envelope reduc. s the
resistance to a minimum; In faci what
ever head resist. nice there is Is eomt.rti-
' sated for by the tapering of the bag I iw ml
j the rear end. The skin resistance and tin
' rcslst-itu'i if fried by the ropes, tiie frame
i and th" operators is practically all that
i remains to be contended with.
! "There are any number of other things
which come into play, but not being a
scientific man I cannot explain them. I
have learned the theory from the practice."
Fx lie ' la Figure Out Speed.
rrof. Henry 11. Clayton, the meteorologist
and aeronaut; John McCurdy of the A' rial
Kxpcriment association ami Augustus Post,
secretary of the Aero club, figured out thr
speed which Captain Baldwin's air.-hli
should make us twenty-two miles an hnii,-.
The diameter of Captain Baldwin's gas
bag is nineteen feet at its widest point
ami the none or frame end is nineteen feet
forward of the w iib sl part. This gives the
forward end a conical shape,
"According to I'tof. Zahm s theorbs and
the generally accepted law which has be 'n
repeatedly provt n." said Mr. Post, "the re
sistance of a flat surface is reduced tine
half when i he suiface is changed t,l the
shape of a sphere. If elongated imo a
conical shape It is reduced I.i less tlun
ttlie-tblrd the resistance offered by th.
Hat surface."
I hen, said Prof. Clayton as he mad j
aome ntattiematleal calculations. "Captain
Baldwin's ship has a sectional area of l"S I
stuare feet with a flat surface, but
- m, i
its present shape this js reduced to
hlncty-
five situate feet. This would requir,; a !
pull or r.i pounds to maintain a speed of I
twenty miles an hour. With an avi rag
pull of 240 ixiundn and with
alliiKM in-.
made for skin resistance ami other
lions, ihr airship should develop a
of t went y-t w i miles nn hour."
Mr. Met 'i itly was nf the sain ..pint u
"The theoretical spenl Is nearly k i x t in 1, s
an hour." he said, "and if us mucii as ,,i
'per I'ent of this is lost, there would still , .
, .
a speed of tlilrly milrs an hour. In a.ldi-
lion tl.e lest at which a null of 'S., no.i,,.i i
! was recorded was made in still air. but
I . .
!"'" " "P IH nitiving in the air great- r
i ci i it leu. i it. a... i.r. i al int.- i iiit hit i' in.
llintiHllv grasps new air." I
HARVEST HANDS NOT WANTED
Miaarsota Labor I OMalaaluurr aia
Dakota la I lowtleg nllli lira
Oat of Work.
SI I'AI I.. Minn. Aug I" I iig
is. I to ., i.l.. I'4.'a. l..si i .....
Williams ol Minnesota saia t..at la tail no
will be luck' if Ihey tan tuni . mpl. , no n ; '
In I be liar 1 1 al fit Ida ! ,
"This tiling of raliroada asking f i 1. .ai 1
and i' nien t-ai li r f.,i- barvts a,..k I
tn Nnrlb Dakota and Miniteaoia i a snatr i
an. I a ib-liiBitiii It , flontlaiii Hi- t "
a Hi a lot of bolsMvs
' I rn.tr from l'argo L ll.imai'k
11 " '
burio'tl almost in t,,r
1 lliive riu.i fl
Ike
lol.l me
t ;:i ,t
l itr f.
an,. Wo
ii an. I a
imril ,ti 1
i .- nit'a
d o at.
lt A i PI t .
t !,,
Vl. I
I lie
Ilirll
n.l .1.
1 hr
. at
1 1.
si a
llil.
I...I.K
pitai'lona
larii.ban.ls.
Ili.-ie aas
Veal liatl.l-
I m t.g tot
ul.l Im' . .-nis
ax hwilia. '
PROTEST IS UPHELD
Attorney General Rules Neble Protest
is Well Grounded.
MUST BE NOMINATED BY DISTRICT
Law on that Point, Says Thompson, is
Clear and Explicit.
i
OPINION HANDED TO JUNKIN
Secretary of State Expected to Rule
on Question Today.
i
METHOD OF COMPUTING VOTE
l.n Niil I Ifir on This I'tulnl mill
errrtiir- Wiml He l.ultlrH li
thr KildrinT When II la
Mnltuilllvil.
ill
1.1 Nl nl
ii f ( 'ni l i spoliil,
l(i.-lS'. i l.il I
111 I
-At loi iiey
.N. Auk
enrl.ll Tii'ilni
Slut" . 1 . 1 1 1 k ill
Vn t tr llu.s-w
mi t,i whom Seci'Ptai y nf
r.itfd the protest filed by
It'l HKilltlst SeplltlS Neble
Imhls Nrblr tun
tri.'t. That is
I be nntiiinaletl in the ills
llie pupulL-tls must have
pnlh',1 I
I"
--lit of the total Mile In the
; li- fnie lieing ti pre.apit"tl
I le pointed out to I he m'l if
11 ft nil nt,- whether thejiopu
, I per i t in. The ib'tlBlmi of
nl Thompson is as follows:
Set mid tlisiii
4ttl th' balliit.
till". linW til
llSlS pn III ll I I
Attnl'nt tlir
I I'.tM
III' Olll'
nutting
opinion
tin honor to acknowledge ifcelpl
ciimtuiimi'uiliiii of tills ttntP. siih
liriipiisititins antl i epiesling lliti
nt" this ili-tiiii t ment flu'ieoii:
1. I'tidt i
li lt I .1 1 i l
district to
ilie primary law is one prcsi
'I'lni' finni eacli congipsnioiial
be nolllillMeil by tile electois of
1 alnnr ov bv the rlrclors of the
the tlistrii
state al huge'.'
1'. I 11 tlet I'lillll nig w In I ln'V
I : ll al Ihr last (ft-neral ''let
a polilii.il
lion imlli il 1
of thr stair.
S-r.."
more of the Vole
district in which
ntliclati
ks the nomination, what metnutl stiiii
be pursued"'
I Hi tin first question we have the fol
lowing slalutoiy provision, the same being
subdivision section Y primarv Isw -
"A' I ne S'plember primary In If, and
.vi". four mars t her.aft.'i. then shall
be noinlnnteil In each politic. il party mi"
rlltlilld.il" for piesiilt ll! hll eli ctot In eacil
of iln congressional distiitts witliui the
staie. uml two candidate, for presidential
.Icetora-at-largf. I'antliilates for presiilen
ti.il rirctms shall fil" nomilliitioti papers
as i"iiiirr.l nf laiididatrs for nmnina I Imi
for stair i .If it ,',"
l.iinuiliiue la liiitle.
In th.- i i ill s 1 1 u ' 1 1 h ' 1 1 nf ii s'.atule. wnnl
sn.iul.l b given their comnion and ordinal '
mtaiiiiip 'I'be ligisl.riure has undertaken
in simple language to piovltle 'now Pfsi-
llent ill t
I,.- pi', s
pla uilv
ouot'il
W ilirll.
I'bitors shall ot iinminitiro. f v.'"
im.tl in have ini. iil.'d what II has
expr.
ssril '. inr Mil
il fivd
an, I ibe
1 1 - t In- means ny
pill, f W ilef ' '.'alilrnt! !
iiomini I. Tin' time ia
shall
Ill's, end ev
Hi. J 11 s 's
is tn i n il
venrs thrre
ilirnl piirtv.
cmgi esslons 1
i rlr'tiirs-at-
S Mrrnorr
al!'r. Th
P
I or plan
if
i dlsi i it :s.
vi'pul :tf ti tw
hug.
tiers
I
think t: ' Inns'iagc
ssonahly certain t i
uployed nn-
it the legisla
' til" nollliesl
lure Ullellilell mai
iinriit s o.' each cmigrei
slon.il district, -lit i
I tied to a candidate
al the primary eietimi-.
! should nominal" n
.l !. ili ntly oi' l he
pre.-ldtTiiliil lertor 111
riertois of l',e state at
! "vbei is little. 1 any- ",lir" r'"' "jnalrne-
'i.
ICS S,
, tll.lt
.t'.ntP. If ill" irgisi.imic i'-'i
Ihev should be t"iiuinateil In
f ...trli nolll it a! nil t v of ' ii"
stale at
t ON pi'"SSi
w .n ils
: liicts i
large. It would ban d language
r it' i li.il ii '."lit . Instead "f ' be
in rach of Hie c .ngr.'sslmisl dl
i th" state." it w.ni'il have cni-
1 plo'.-ed lh"
wor.ls "from p.h n coiiRressiniia i
lisirici in
I 11'
still". A ata'l' " ni sr. ii,.,,
,,,,,! I ,i I . i sta'.'iirs. defining
whin anil how many officers
ni '.ne general pl.ctlor,.
ti ih" general eVotlou lsw
la'olv nil I oilll'-es Hip place
cbapler
(IT,'. Will 11
sb-ill
will
be rlr
how t
wit ..rr tlK'V Shall 11' elelteil ni I"rl""
lion "in:" k. " 11 '""""".''', .."!!! ,
llllll-
ties III. I"!' tow-Lamp ttigan....
lowiiship." "iii each sunerv.
m. "in ear '
nil' district."
i.i.. 'I'lits slums f! i'-'sl
daiivp intetil to
s"",". a! subiliil-
limit the election !
i I..., I Th" nil, Hi in
the ex-
elusive Hglil nf 1il" etc. tors ... l.ir.f ,
...1 .,lllvisl,.MS to elect Hie olfli'CIS named.
far
is I am ailviscu. ins ii-i.ns
I. :,n-l I tliink l!'." s.tni" const 1 1 ii'--
concetl'
tlor should b appi eu ;.i ! .
i j,, Hirr. forr. of H iln. hi that I nd. i
the pi in.ary law eacl, unabfi -1 political
Inaiiv Is retiulreil I" nominaie a im-'
par
Hal i-i
each c
,f th"
Inr will-In an. t " i i" ",.s .... s ...
.Pi'ifssional district, imlependenl l'
oiher congress;or..-il ..is:-. Ids or uT
the stale ill large
The laiiMii iK" ' "
.vn classes t'f "ln'tors
siatntr shows
are lo n'
and bv
Hi" otlit-.-larg".
If
all of im
bug". !
nccess.1 ry
.Not
,., ft"d;
Int.'tl witliln
.....reasional tll'iricts. anil
w itbili and b,' the state a I.
gisl.iiiir" hail Iniendetl that
,. s shniiM be nonitnateil at
the I
rl -cl,
e!:isi-:''p:i
would have heel!
or mi'de.
o tear on One Point.
in vour sect. I pr 'i""i.:"". '
'tlmi li. ptiai.ity law. n . ids as f.ill ir
I "N i M.n snail b" en 1 1. n .1 lo or ullow-e.l
In. tile a Humiliation c, 1 1 II icat' as provided
I Inr ill i lis itcl. or IO I'ltie i".-
1 ll nil il pi lllll.l
pi iniiiry . t nm t
i btical pal l w I, in
i (tavil in' a I l il'i'i' s
1 t let 'Hull 1" 'Ol'' HI
fit It '
n ballot for any
1 1.
I
h. lil, unless tlie .po-
tia.ts in said atn-
wno. tiolhil al tue i.i-
I'l inia i
Irrtion lo In-
cel. I
tl lllire vote
: ... ,.iv rn subtlnlsi ir .lis
' t ,1. i f,e wlu'vii 1." seeks li.e nmu'liatioll tor
I ofl ice in." , ,
This is a pioli b.tioii against the pLi' ing
of tlir p.. tine ot a . Miiit'iiate on me piout.. .
bit'lol. unless at the last g
I. IS
neral eleclloii
I In part v oi w bleu li
.it
ill,
inii ilate pulled
iii least I 111 colli ol
rlltire Vole of Ihe
in which be seek
the method 'o be
lie iiuestion of bow
si a It . I'li'ino ni ""-' ' " '
,,,,,,, ., v.; io
iiiiisn.il in tl t' -rmli.ttw
many
vote
.ih,. iiuiv iiolleti at me ihsi
in in. it is difficult to state sin -
i g.-nrra I ri"'
: I long moi i
than tn" general rut''
ii. .ui int. i mi i Ll In- il
, ipiiiiuied hi yon from
ii.iall thr ,'vl.b ii. olilaiiiaiii'. ami iron. ......
evidence 'mi slit. old find, as a matter of
' i f-icl whether Ihr pa 1 1 v i ha' the candidate
j fiir nominal on r present polled the P-qm.
i site inimi.tr or mts . .mmr
'a i all.li.l.ltr III Ihe district III whith the
..u...i,.i..i.. s. .ks the noinlna'lon. If V"u
are unable to determine with resaotial.le
c.rt:. int from lb.- wglil of the rvlden.
hi foil- in" that Hie palli "f wlllrn per-
, , , ,. ,,. to be C" eandblstr
. uti.m ilul not at the last general
election poll i bat I per cent ;"
l..-. tttft of triST llisiriei ion rr
..,,,,0,,,v ,,, .,1... , ins i im.
on the ottipisi
same for that
i.iitiiari rial tn t,i t.-itn.
pm"
i in viiiir rii'iiniiiii i e'i -
' . t .t.. t. rwpi.lr'a lllilrm'tin-
. .i.. . hll ill.
wsa no ,'Hiii.alal. oi i:
nl i art at Hie lsi
the Sic, m. I mf.nl"
aanpral election in
ial Vtrli t running
nf that party : lb t'
as.leli aa a . antl da'
II, e 1". Is nf '.our .1"
l.i.. niilu" ..f I1', slim
partmeni show tnt
ll, e cnlllt. alio
,n the bslh-tt de s , K n 1 1 r.l S s lieinot r t
s ii
. 1 1
1
I people
,1 III Ilia! ll
Sni n.l". ii a ,
..I.-... m 1" 1 1 1 candidal. r
siitc' ?".. tnl'i: that Jo ,"!
., ,1 ,1 .1" for legent of H a
-. u.ini, a- (''tred on i' a
, i. i a ; i, an,l l r .p ie ln.. -
' . - n a
1 1 ,i . ., it, lid. ite f tl regent
: a 1 -s,' i a i ne ppe t- ' I
,- ,, a. td'n candidal-
, , ,' rS I I HP l-Srll.
. ,,.,s i , . r I, i . o'.'li I it-a.'
i. ,,j .,'ir ti ttMiatl,'--
., , i..,i .1 w' t't -r ,
it. . i.. I. nl i .. i l v at 1 1
no t
l.eli
I . . ,
I 1 .1'
I
I "
cent i''
I H
f !'
s ,,l '
le.,. e I.e. i
I ml anv
- d.s in I
t n.M l .
MS,, If t-ili,., .
I . w . -i il "I
p.l..1 I
.' Us.
i uc s-'tllsia aoiug
I 111.