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OMAllA, WEDNESDAY M()1JNIN(J, AlKIL (5. 1'JIO TWKIA'K PAx.KS.
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WEST SLIGHTED, !
Sreat Country of Setting Sun Hat
Difficulty in letting: juitice,
Declare Idaho Senator.
DISCUSSES IRRIGATION MATTERS
Opposes Bill Authorizing Sale of Sur
plus Waters by Government.
EAST, HE SAYS, GETS MONEY
Plans for Western Good, However,
Are Greeted Only with Smile.
TALKS ABOUT RAILROAD RULES
I .ma mil fcorl Hani rrmltloi
( Not Enforced ami that Rands
Hair Stramlf Hold oa
ASIIIMiTuN. April 5.-For more thin
hour today Senator Heyburn held
f ..i r or the senate. He began lug
s !'.'! liy iiftrtr tlse rriiate convened
-.u the end in vi w of preventing a vote
i m ptti'' W an n bill authorizing; the
i n plus waters of the government Irrigation
':.i-cis, but In that p-.rtlon of his speech
..ie much ati- nlion to his proposed
Mn-iwlni M to Hie railroad bill providing
a I'Uhlii- land court.
Ti... line of eliscussion vn continued,
ixl.tn at 2 o'eie k ihc railroad bill was
ink ii up. so that the change of iubje-t
only t. c-hni.-al. Speaking of the pow er ,
"xerfis-d by the rortst rangers, be de
, l.u . il: "It Is a shame upon the country."
Ursitalra f crae. (such cotton shall be actually d!lvcred or
A. Mliig that there would not be a I received. The penalty presvib..i is a fine
x.iie in the equate against the land court. I Gf Trom ll'XI to Il.tVO and impi lsomr.ert
'i nexettli' Irsta was In evident despair of j from one to six months. Kt:h message
nifo-n. for he d lared that It was im- constitutes a separate offense. Rona fide
uoM-ibte to g. t attention to any subject owners or growers of cotton ma;- n-e ti le
li.Hi xvas not "scrappy." He wanted it j phone or telegraph lines for :ranmi tin
ii ml t M ood that tha states of the frontier j Informal ion relating to contricta for fut-re
who is much entitlfd to consideration j delix-ery bv making proper affil?vts. I.i
a ilnw of the .Mlaiitlc aa board. He as-j the Ivew of the subcommi'te ihts nia'f
erled that without the previous metal; legitimate trading safe and free,
supply "f the states w es of be Kocky ', Provision it also made for blankt affi
niouniHlns the country would be on a I davits covering messages to be sent during
cieFTihaek liusi a neriod of six months. The yurrxise of
"Whul are yuu going to do with that 1
m iit emiitry out theieT" he asktd. i
"l.auKh at it
wreak vengeance upon !
He hoped that when the west does come
Into power, as it aurely will. It will not
M ta lute on the east.
inferring to the scant attendance of sen
ators he said he would not be deterred by
fa. I from doing hi. duty to the people
tl ! j
"l voir, wllii you in x.ting the hundreds!
or millions neivasary la make your navy "J a rrOrp J CjOUIQ
Mirtis bum. but when I ask you fur oneVJt b
lilt'.' miHMu ! JiliCt.m remievt l re
ceh.d xxitli a mini.." he wild and added:
' K my l.inil court mduiiir should come j
up ii . w I would be sure of one vote."
(els aotaer Sapiwrlrr.
At thi point Mr. l.rlggs of New Jersey ;
idiKd bis hand. "Two." rjueulaied Mr..
11-.xIm.iii. "We are growina. thank von.
I iisciii-Miiit the failjie to enforce the long
i d short haul provision cf the Interstate
ommer.e law. he declared that the I'V.
..ti. Hint the 1'an.ima canal will cost xxill
h .peiided for lie benefit of the rail-
eie to b. iermltted to
suai.gle water liaffie and make cheap solution of the Ln.on ana eouinern xm
nttes to the seaboard at the expense of ! merger was resumed today George J.
ti.e interior. He xxarned the republican I 0ou:1 a called as a witness for the gox--l-aity
agsinst adopting in the railroad!"""""" in "bu,t1" Mr' Gould testified
b.ll a mcasuie that would not meet lhe : he did not attempt to acquire the bou hern
appioval cf the iople. It might prove a i " competition with fc.. 11. Hani-
iiiou.i. I man.
"Theies danger and death If the self- "' pf M- he h'
fin.iitnt.d leaders are permitted to have '" Mr" "" that ,n ca" '.'"V"
tiolr wax-.- i,e aid. Should not care to purchase the Southern
When' I hear it said the bill Is , B I I"c tock then held by the """"
, , . t estate that he would like to purchase it,
Ihioi.gl, ni.relx- Uratise lis suits three or T. - H..inn th.r
lour people. I f'd that you are treading I
n .l.oige. ,ms p:ound. Make a law because!
.nr. n Ii-. n-let-ted cotrile teila you to do1
11 Von Uih:- tiinsiiit our oath of office."
t.ic eonelui-ion of Mr. Heyburn's i
I':"","' 'l bm ,ai, f"r
Union Bank of
1 t pi t
I- rOvJ.lYn VlOSeU
Mate superintendent Takes Charge of j
Institution with Seven
NKW VOIthl. Aprtl &.-The doora of the
Union Hank of Prooklyn were closed this I
moining 1 he bank has seven brancnes.
O. II. Cheney, state superintendent ot
banks, has taken possession of the bank.
The tsffla and liabilities of the bank have
not been made knomn
Superintendent Cheney has issued the
f,.!!..wig statement in regard to the closing 1
a :esult of an examination of the
i . Ban), of Brooklyn by the banking ,
.lepa tinent. a meeting of Its directora was j nFORHF RYAN UNDER ARREST
i.ld Moi.dax exening at the office of thlajUtUnbL -UntUCK Mnntil
.ietaitn.eiil to .consider whether the bank, t,.,d s.dler Waated la to. aril
xat il 'n an unsafe condition because of! niaffs. (aptarrd at
.T(a '' in a.-- t for the character of ' 1. It tie Hock.
xU:.h the p.- mi l management Is not re- mT SPfINGS. Ark.. April S -George
;xt:ii 1 Ran wua a nested here todav on a bench
Aft i ,1 i Int.iti. n the board reached the ; nan, j,,ued by Federal Judge Tucker
'.:i.-.j.o.i that the l.ar.k should not con- a, jinIe Kiwk. based on the Indictment
t rine i.s Uuiiif.-'. The board accordingly ' returned at Council Bluffs In connection
reoi.est,.; l.e auTintt-i:dt nt to take pos- with the Mavbiav fake foot races,
session l'urfiijnt to that reouest and the i
I iox i.-loi.s i f the banking law, the auper- i
intend, nt I -" taken possession of the cor
IH.ration." The I'Kki.lei.t cf the bank is Edward
M. Uiout. f. inner roniptroller of the cur
rency ,r New York. The bank has a
si-ilal x;..in of 11 0 uu) witn deposits of
-ore than V-.wO X.
COPPER STOCKS SELL OFF:
Nauiber uf rluslaa'. favorite erarl.
ties liroai ta Uiieit Point
rtOS-TOX. Apr ! S-Some of Boston'a fav
r.r;t copper atocka. the so-called Lake
Securltirs, were badly hammered on the
exchange today and heaxy lossea were
rcorded In tl.e first three houra.
Like. Indiana and North Lake fell
etrradily before havy bio. ka r.f stork the
ton,, on tlir market while x'aiumet and Walnut street, were the dtfendanta. Fred
llex ia. the - Giid Edged" stock on the list Wolf of lUncroft atreet and H G. Hag
.le.l.md thirty poir.n to 507. the loaeat fori garty of Pine strct. appeared aa p ain
neaily a ear. Other less actlxe lake prop- cf fa.
nt.es e alrxt weak, but the general iiat j It waa Khown ihat t e.ity-f.x e fu.e I-g-Lm1
firm. I horn cnkkei.a bad d.aappearxd auddeuly
in Futures Hit
in Option Bill
Dealing Over Wire, or by Mail Pro-
; habited by Measure Now in
y. XUTuN. April 5. A sweeping
'A- n blil. the product of exhaustive
jori by tne house commitec of
i ar.4 of three wwkii executixe
6 11 a sub-committee, resti-ieting :
- C xa Introduced in the house t
f med by the sub-committee and
- y Chairman Scott of the full
" shich a ill consider it ti.mnr
iml favorably report It. Tb new Mil
follow substantially the lines of the old
i S.ott bill, the principal chance b"ing in
1 the elimination of application to the grain
j exc hanges.
I "The change," said Chairman scon.
"was made partly bcau. the committee
j rf ached the conclusion that th ! are fexx r
: abuses on the grain and produce fsli.m; i
, than on the cotton exchange, hut ehhfix
I because praclir illv all the eolton producer.'
;nd a very large prnpi.rt'nn of the "it; n
funnpis am! merchant haxe ti'iifd in de-
i minding tlia leg.slat'.on. The ron-iiit le '
r-alii al.o that legislation which u-m 1
I into a new field, as till" d es. nnd which
j is necessarily more or less of an exper'nvint
j may be tried more successfully if re'ri.-ted
l to a single product than if broadened out
. so as to cover a large numtier of proJuc'.s "
I Tiie bill, as agreed on by the subcorrtmil
j tee. makes it unlawful for ar.y pe-s.in to
i snd a mesae oxer telegraph or tcleivio.i"
I lines, by wireless or cable or through the
maiS off e-ritiic
to make or enter nit - a
contract for the purchase or sale of co'.tcin
for future delivery without intending that
this is to avoid undue multiplicity of affi- .
davits But any 'person making a 1 f
Mil. led i
(,f tr"m 10ftn to lad im- ,
pri-onnvent of from one to nvo y'sri.
Failure to deliver or receive ."iiMi ion
traded for w.mld be held under the new
law to be pri'iia facie evidence that shore
was no Intent to deliver or recei.-.
The bill also makes it unlawful f-r tel-.--
h- '"P""'" "r wireles. comp. t,
transmit kno vo';ly prohibited message'.
'George J. Gould
4 Testifies in the
Harriman Was Afraid North
western or Burlington Might
Control Southe.ti Pacific.
NEW YORK. April 5. -When the hear
ing in the government's suit for the dis-
II air. narriman ou
the purchase by Mr. Harrimaji of the slock.
Mr. Gould said, he Sought to obtain a half
Interest, but failed.
When he sought control of the Denver
r t ir riouid said. Mr. llaxri-
,.. sked him to sel, a half lntere.t to
1 him. but Mr. Gould declined
On cross-examination Mr. Gould aald Mr.
Harriman had told htm bs waa apptehenaive
let the Northwestern road should build a
line from the Black Hilla to Ogden and
gain control of the SvMJthern Pacific. He
also , ad an idea that the Uurlington might
be thinking of attempting to acquire the
ceoieo Niles who ( secretary or ine
oeotge .-Mies, who r" I
ilale C. P. Huntington, testified that he
k..rj ..- ntr.,iiaiions Initiated bv
,' definite relations
Mr ,,unUng,on between the Union
I Pacific and the Southern Pacific and for
the purchase of the Central Pacific aa a
svparate property. But he said he con
sidered it possible in view of the testi
n.nv ..r on,. Wuhn of Kuhn. Loeb & Co .
,..,.. .lm. ,.h, have conducted
such negotiations without his knowledge.
although l.e was intimately acquainted
with the affairs of Mr. Huntington.
Shadow lrn ir moxinirnt of a large
I sized rooster is a new method of criminal
detection which xvaa established by Ie
trctives Dunn and McDonald Monday even
ing, according to the evidence adxauced in
pollc court Tutaday morning. Aa the re
sult of the shadowing by the detectives,
forty-three, t hlckena were rtcovered and
two inspects were brought to the bar of
1-aura Txague and Ollie Wlmmer. of U
Wet and Dry Isiue Generally Up for j
Settlement in Municipalities I
of Statt. !
FEW CHANGES IN EARLY RETURNS
Straight Fight Presented in Many
Places Over Question.
SILVER CREEK PROBABLY DRY j
Tight Contest in Merrick County City j
with this Result. j
CONTEST BITTER IN HERMAN I
little TTn Mi Dry After Mtarp
Rattle Larger titles
Mar In Wet
I Grand Island.
PI attain oath.
St. Faal. ;
t'RElGHTOX. April 6 !Jpe-iaJ Tele-'
gram.) The high license ticket won out by
a big majority, electing Dr. ". C John- !
son for mayor. The town went wet. j
tlAKUXD. Neb.. April D. (Special Tele-;
gram.) Tha drys won over the xvets here '.
today by a majority of twelve votea. The
S.juth ward was against license, aerenty- 1
four: South ward for license, seventy-one
North ward, against llcenKe. fifty-seven:
Morlh ward for license, forty-eight. The .
people's ticket was the only ticket in the
KKARNET. Neb.. April S iSpeciaJ Tele
gramsThe saloon question in Kearney
was settled at a special election on March
1. the city going wet by sixteen votea. To
day's election results: V. S. Freeman. dr".
J. A. Allhands and Vr. Charles Smith, wet;
C. A. Bartz. wet. Pi-eferences only liave
expressed the dry majority is fifty-eight.
Krhool laaaie at f.raxjtd laiaad.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. April 5.(Jpe
clal.) In the election here tody ther
were only two contests out of frnir iliitr.
manic ward elections, only nominally a
contest between four candidates for the!
Board of Education, throe to be ejected, i
and an expression of the voters taken at- I
to the providing of -more school room
This expression was as between three'
propositions. The first was to extend the
ward school system by building a foui-
room building in the Fourth xxard or to t
extend the ward school system by adding I
txvo rooms to the Second ward or by buy
ing a block of real estate in the Fourth
ward and erecting thereon a $40.onO giade
school. Since the proposition was formu- 1
lated the board secured further propofi- !
lions and none of the promised plans re-
ceived a majority. There was no prohTbl- ,
lion issue and therefore no change from ;
the high license sys'em. The election was
moreover, as municipal and school elec- j
lions invariably are in Gr?nd Island non- i
o Issue at eatral t llr. '
CENTRA I. CITT. Neb . April
cial.l For the first time In its municipal
hislorx- "entrl Citx' far.'.l a rtlv election i
todav wilh no nnestlon t i be decided hvlta
the voters.. The question of "wet" ot
dry" is no longer an issue, as the "dry" I
majority 1s so pronounced that the H jiior
question Is no longer brought up. and the
enly thing to be voted upon was city
officers. The twa old parties, the anti-
saloon and the square deal, went together uritth not throwing dust in th- . yes of h's
this vear and put u a union ticket. The ' constnuet ts by declaiming against coolie
independent party was then organized and "?h"r-,he wi" K'n ,,aVr ' I'Poriunlty to j
1 1 . 'show I. is smcerltv. .
put a ticket In the field, but as the inde- j t, ne desir-s to sui'plant coolie lab. '
per dent is a .lew partv formed this varvith American lalwir he mnv follow Prci-
and as there x.erc only Jiften attending J"'" Tfl I'J "';,,"'" "f Jh
, Muiioula congresshmal deleeat'on an.j 1
the caucus w hich rormed the new party.
""" mio,.-e iu.ir . .n.-., i.n....- .r. wv, .
. ... ... . t . . ..... .,',.. ... labor on American shios dune
. " prooau.e soou... , u ,
in.iiuriiuriii I n.l..JO f i .r- . , , in. 111,711
,,, . . . . .1
right to office will be contesied In court. :
7., ..... .... - , 1
ri. i. r. jiii.i, .xro., j. .special '
Telegram ) At an elexthm held here today
the citizens ticket waa elecleO. The town:i.i rtpioraielv nervert and mahciouslv
went wet. Three trustees were elected,
Saaac Poller at Wahoo.
",nu"' -'u- --'-I'exia. le ,
"wet" policy will continue as heretofore Bnd nis country's best interests, and that
without opposition. There was only one ! he and men like him are constant rm'.iaecs
ticket in the field and i, was non-partisan, j ofr uch T ot
under the head ot "citizens" ticket. Th!theie will alxvavs be found a few. and
following were elected: J. C. Hamilton, i the Ninth district of Minnesota has one.
mayor; M. A. Klrchman. clerk; il. Gllke- ' I'entoa tnkt for Delay,
a.n. treasurer: G. w. Temple, engineer: I M'. PenK.n asked the house Investigatine
CJuncilman. First ward. Charles Hollt. ! comnijUec txlay to postpone his evimma-S-'cond
ward. Elmer Johnson; Third ward, j ,lntlI ,, roui,i ,,biain (..unse from
J.hn lHilcsal: members Board of Educa
tion. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. T. St. Mai tin.
The municipal ownership of tie water
xx oiks and electric light systems estab-
lished last year was the reason of a no-i-
(Continued on Second Page.)
of Stolen Fowls
r from me coo pa of Mr. Wolf Pundijr right, j
and that about the tame time eighteen
chickens-had dropped out of sight from the J
Following the filing ot complaints on the
affa r. the detectives visited the scene of
the Wolf loaa and found Mr. Wolfa prize
rooster cackling forlornly about the place.
The chanticleer had apparently escaped the
fate of the other chickens and had returned
to Ma home. The detectives, from that
point, followed the rnuaier. In the end they
were led to the Walnut street address
where they discovered tha lost fowls
Thl rae was set over for hearing at
Wednesday's session of court, when several
additional prisoners, according to the po
lice, will be arraigned under the aaiue I
From the Washington SUir.
EDITOR CHAREEB-Wirfl LIBEL j
representative Steenerson Causes Ar- '
TfSt of Jo hi! A PentOn
' ' j
GROWS OUT OF
SUBSIDY BILL I
Former l aairrnma
McC'leary A- t
near Before Committee InveNfl
KBtinar Mr) of Alleged
WASHINGTON. . April .V The arresi of
.id,.. ,. T'enton of flex eland, secretarv of
th" Merchant Marine league of the United
Slates, on a charge of criminal libel agains:
R.prsntativo Steen rs-jr, of .Minnesota,
f,,ijw ed his appearenre as a xvitness HKlay
befote the ship subsidy lobby inuiry.
I'entrn w a." released o:i S.VXI cah luiil.
The arrer-t was made on a secret indict
ment i, 'turned Mach M. bnsed on nil edi
torial which appeared on December 1 last
in the American Flag, the off
of the Merchant Marine league.
"'' American Flag, the official o-sar. j
The alleged libelous statement, accord
ing to the indictment. Appeared under the
I beading. ' '.eenet son Soon to Have it
1 Chance." and read as follows:
! If Congressman steel. erson ha anv re il i
''solicitude for American labor, if he is in:
VOIe f(.r FUCll iKisiati n in v next c.n-
... . . , .
Continuing under a sub-luad
,, , . . . ..
Manner of Me.n Is TIhf? the
. .,- ,
libelous article reads:
I is a man in 10 noio puo.ic o.ii- . iai
(falsify facts in connection with any Im
lortant public question?
I is be a safe a trustworthy men' We
bold that he is not mat siicn a man is
l!iK,inn, ,,,,, .,, n-niv to his country
(Continued on Second Tage.)
A Bee want ad is
a mighty big thing.
Turn to them.
If you want a servant it bring
on? to your door.
If you want a position it will find
one for ou.
If you have something to eell. it
will sell it for you.
If you have lost something it will
find it for you.
If you have found something it
will be the frst to tell you who
5ee "Want Ads are treasures.
You have done your best when
.you use one.
Bee Want Ads.
AN EA.STEH .SYMPHONY
Contention of Indicted Aldermen that
Foreman of Grand Jury is Non
resident is Overruled.
PITTSBURG. April a Judge Frazer. sit
ting in criminal court today, received briefs
from opposing counsel covering the eligi
bility of Harrison Nesbit. foreman of the
grand Jury, to s't as a juror in th. stale
of Pennsylvania. The defense In the alder
manic trials sprung a sensation, when a
motion to quash all graft Indictments on
the basis that the grand Jury foreman.
Mr. Nesbit. is a resident of the District of
Columbia, and rot a qualified' elector.
Foreman Nesbit has been granted au
thority to proceed in his official capacity.
Morris Einstein, indicted vrt charges of
conspiracy In soliciting a bribe of IJO.OxW
f 1 jm the Workmen's Savings and Trust
company, appeared before the grand jury
today and. according to report, named the
man who hand 4 him the bank money, and
also made a clean breast of his connection
with the alleged city council corruption.
SOCIAL DEMOCRA TNAWED
Early ltctnrna Indicate Kmll Seldll
Will Be Mayor of
MILWAUKEE. April 5. Early returns
from the mur.iclpel election in M '" 1
indicate that Emll Seidel. social democratic
ci nd'date for mux.- hcas cair.io n.e , .. ,
bv over I.Ouu plurality. i
How Big is Omaha?
, Everybody Guess
$25 for those who hit the mark
102,555 in 19C0. How many in 1910?
Average Daily Attendance
Fill In, cut out and mail to The Dee Census Dept April 6
ia my guess of the number of inhabi
tants in Omaha according to 1910 census.
f 10.03 for best aUrnat. $3 for each of thrat ntxt hist.
In caaa of tla first gnawer hag preference. Award on official count
STREET CAR STRIKE BROKEN
Walkout in Philadelphia Ended, Say
Traction Company Officials.
OLD RULES DECLARED IN EFFECT
l eaders of t ales say Endurance tan
is On nnd that Old Men
Will Be Granted (oa
ceaalona. PHILADELPHIA. April 5.-Declaring-that
it had in its employ more than ; ly
of the 7,000 men needed fo rthe operation
of its cars, the Philadelphia Rapid Transit
company announced today thut insofar as
it xxas conctrned the strike of It former
employes ws at an end. The rompai"
added that for the vacancies st ll existing
In the operating force, the strikers, if :li,'y
applied for woik. would be given prefer
ence over other applicants.
The eladers of the s:rike. on the other
hand, maintain that the strike has srf.l. d
into a struggle of endurance, and that the
com puny in the end will be forced to
grant concessions and take back all of he
The company today posted rules govern
ing th eemployment of lis men. The ruie
aie practically the sarce aa contained in
the propos.tlon trade to the strik'is
through Mayor Ilryburn two weeks stti.
except that no menljiii is made of several
concessions the company had been willing
to grant the strikers.
No mention is mad.- of the ITS men wh-. e
discharge brought on the strike nor of the
(Continued on Second Page t
Omaha Public Schools:
VATICAN AF FAIR
j Roosevelt Not Pleased Over Incidrnt
: Which He Ignores as Fersonal
and Not Public.
DROPS RECEPTION TO AMERICANS
(Function Called Off as Result of
' Methodist Pastor's Action.
'ATTACK EMBARRASSES GUEST
Former President Displeased with
! Statement Adverse to Catholics.
DECLARES INCIDENT PERSONAL
j Itrqnrst it lie llrttardcd aa tich Not
I KrMterlrrt o rra naje me n t
! lu prak la
f! M H. April j-Mi. Koo?exclt m le t
hi Ins happiest moiKl today. lLs wish lh.it
the Vat. can audience Incident be ngaid. d
as H'rsoniil to him has not been respected,
and be was intensely annoyed.
About the filsl thing the former pi evi
dent did toda j! to call off the reception
to the members of the American cdony,
which had been ei for loiuoiioxv iilghi.
Thia action can be traced directly to ths
Issuance est. I day of a M-Ui iiieiil by liev.
il. M. Tipple, pi slor of llio American '
Methodist church. In winch opportunity
was taken for an attack on the Human
church. Mr. lioeisexclt does not propose to
be used by any one to the disparagement
of any one else.
Key. Mr. Tipple called on Mr. lloosrxclt
yesterday afternoon and on his depailuiv
made public a stat' ineiit, in which be lllle I
the Vatican episode, out of the realm of the
personal and gave it a World-wide sinlii
cance. "Mr. Hoosexelt has struck a blow for
twentieth century Christianity," aaid lb v.
Mr. Tipple-. "The Itpieseiitalives of txxo
gieat rx publics have bean the ones to put
tho Vatican xxnere ll beluliga. ...
The Vatican is Ineuiiipal.blxt wilh 10
"This is a bitter duso for patriotic
Catholics in America to swallow. 1 xvon
dcr how many doses cf ibis sort they xxill
take befoie tucy revolt. Is Catholicism in
America to bo American or Konush? if
llomihli. then every patriotic American
should rise to crush it. tor Roman Catho
licism is the uncumpi utilising fue of free
dom The world advances, but the
The statement in full was showu to Mr,
Koosexcll tenia j, when ho said;
"1 had made no auaiiueuieiiis to speak
at any cliuich or before any clerical or
ganization in Koine. 1 have received .
number of gentlemen uf all iciigloua faiths,
who lia.xe-val.ed.al ui) luetus) vl at II. o
"Under the circumstance a 1 have re
quested the American ambassador not to
hold the reception xxhicii ne had intended
to hold Wednesday afternoon.
"As legaros all efforts, by whomsoever
made, lo bring about and iiitlaine religious
animosities becuuse ot xxhai has occurred
In connect ion xvitli the Vatican and myself,
1 can do ii l nioie llian to refer to the
empliai.c seiatcnieiu contained In my opeu
letter lo Dr. Lyman Abbott, alitady pub
lished. "All that I there (aid, I deilie to reiterate
with my whole power."
Mr. Leishman, the American ambassador,
had arranged the reception at the Ameri
can embassy in order lliat Mr. Koosexcll
might meet the Americans In Itoilie, re
gardless of their religious faith, on the
neutial ground uf the embassy. The ap
pearance, however, of Mr. Tipple's state
ment displeased many American Catholics,
who forthwiih niaiiil.tti J an intention of
abandoning their purpose lo attend the
reception. If the Method. us of the organi
zation represented by Mr. Tipple were to
be present. The matter xxas carried to Mr.
r.ocevelt. who after healing both sides
promptly asked Mr Leishman to Cancel ine
whole affair. This xxas done.
The sensation caused by the deiermii a
tion of Mr. Hooseveit hot to be receive by
the pope on the terms made by Cardinal
Merry Del Val continues unabuled. The
piers today is filled Willi coliiniii .,n ihe
subject. The papers of ail shades of poli
tical opinion, xxilli Uiu exception of Ihc
clerical organs, support Mr. Koosevelt's
attitude. M ,me of the violent ami-clerical
sheets intimate that the affair may result
in the doxxnfall of tha papal sccreta.y.
These papeis apparently are trying lo
arouse a great antl-clerieal demonstration
to be made at the railway station when Mr.
Hoosexelt leaves the city on Wednesday
None of these partifan movements his
the. sympathy of Mr. Kocsevtlt. who is
exceeding put out that a personal lnci.l.ni
fhould hixe incited an exhibition of that
very religious hospital. ty which he j
Klaai (alia on Former Prealdrnt.
Kins Victor Eminanii' I celled on Mr.
Il..os.-xelt ai the laticr s hotel, ti t :. a J
Siie. Him moining, Some time waa spent
in an anlmat. d conversation.
Following the el. at the king and Mr.
h.iieexi-li cn;.id the motor cat, in whicii
h!s niuje.-iy bad dilven to the hotel, and a
visit xxa paid to the bairaiks of the
cuirassli i s. ihc roxal bodyguard. The
luiiassi.-rs ex.. uted a set tea of maneuxir
for the benefit of ihe former president, who
xx as much plea .ed.
l-'iom t'le bariarks the k'ng and lis
guest mol'-rcd to the unfinished monuni n;
lo Victor limn aniiel 11 la ax ing toe cai
tlxx i limbed to the top i f the colos -al
structure, upon whi.-h HOCOrKj has b. en
M nil'-d tnus far. From th. e ihey l ad a
piagnif icent view of the city. As they
drove nack to the hotel both xxcie clini.d
by the pupulaee.
Mr. u.id Mts Knosexii:. K.iinli snd M,s
Ethel had luncheon as the guests of John
Gardner Collldge of Hostoii. furmeily
American mir.isier to NUaiagtia. Afier
waid the Koosexelis made a sightseeing
automobile trip xx it hi Prof. Jesso Haiti r,
diiet tor of the Ameilcan whool of classical
tudlts at Koin'j.
LAKE CITY. la. Apul I. iSpe. lai Trl -giain.l-li.
J. rVlkiik, t'l.lcago 6. Noilii
westein biakemau fiom Si. en City, win:,
riding one pilot of engine aw Ii cl.lng 1:1
local aids this moining. slipped fiom pilot
and fell serosa the track, his leg
almost sexei.il He died si S 'fl tins ait.i
noon. noi lecoxenng Iie.nl amp jlaUou.
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