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'THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, APRIL 26,-1912.
TAFT TPSJN ROOSEYELT
Birey Many ,B'aok Why Colonel
Should Sot Be Samed.
pTfTJtHTS THAT HE IS CTTAIS
iMKnll Depart From tke Hal
Mure Deal Altheesh He Call
Himself a Sporteaaaa. Sara
.. rresddesit Tatl.
(Oontliiuad from First Para)
truth eansaramc hi motive and hia eia.
cerlty at ataument and purpose.
"Call Hlssaelf Sportsasaa.'
"Mr. Roosevelt pride himself on brine
a trua iporunu and ha likes (a ta
from tha rule and buicuaf of sport,
maxims to tx applied to Ilia la general.
Tha maxim which ha has rxaltad abort
all ethera, to whom h haa glvea cur
rency the country over, and which b
MmseH In nil conduct of Ufa wlshe to
hare It thought ha eaemplifle. U that
every man I entitled U a aqua re deal. I
prapoaa ta examine the charge be make
against me, and to aak yon whether In
iraklnc them he la (trine me a square
la detail Mr. Taft dealt flret with the
tatement . by Colonel Roosevelt In hie
Carnegie Mall addr, la . which the
"Mr. Taft fairly define the leiue when
he says that our government la and
ahould be a iwiimit of all tha paopi
by a repreeeatstlv part at the people.
That I aa excellent and moderate de
em X ton at aa olliarchy. It detlnea aur
' government aa a government of all oC the
lople- ay a few of tha people."
Aerwtn the Char
In reply -Mr. Tatt eal.K
The excerpt which Mr. Rooeevelt uaea
la taken from my speech at Toledo. It
garbled. I did not nay this -should bef
government of all the people by a rep
raamtatlr part of the people. I eald
It le thus apparent that aura la a gov
arnmrnt at all tha people by a repress,
tattva part of the people.' and It la. The
coats ahowi clearly what I meant. I
had pointed out that the government wa
by popalar rota-, that tb ewtera did not
Include the women and children; that ta
BamberMhe voter were leea than ona
fourtu of all the people and that their
action aa the action of thetr majority;
eo that tli government waa controlled
not by an the people, but by a repreeen
tatlve part at the people, towlt, a ma
jority of the adult hales.
"Waa, It honest; wa , It fair of
Theodore Roosevelt to seise one oentence'
from a, speech, u garble It and then to
air H a meaning which he knew from
tha eaatext It could not bearT Pa the
tut people at Maaaachueetu apprar
auch method of warfare T l)o they think
that at carrying out on Mr. Hooeevell I
giving ta hla successor a equara dealt
"Teddy Wile the B esses.
Mr. Taft next took up what he termed
the unfair" ' chart that he wa m
favor of an oligarchy of boa.
"He (Colonel Kooeevelt) nay that all
the bo are In my favor and all of
them agalnat him. That I not Ira. By
hla aaaociatlna ' with William Fly an of
Pittsburgh there 1 being restored to
power. in that ally and la Panaoaylvania
on af the worst municipal boa that
tha history , of, thu MaU knows, Mr.
Rooeereri a ehlef supporter la Onto to
day la Walter Brown, tha only boa In
full eommtaston In that stats, and who
ta looking forward ta Mat carl trot under
Mr. rWeeevelt e admlnistretion. H
charge me with aaaoctatlaa wnb Mr.
Berne ef Kew Torn, whll ha 1a silent
ta to tha aupport and advlca h la r
. carving from Mr. Wlllfcm Ward af th
asm Mat. Mr. Rooeevelt anowa that In
11 but for th aupport he received from
my friend aa agalnat Mc Bar ae' and
Mr. Ward he would not have been nom
inated aa temporary' chairman df th
Jw Tor convention. r ." .
Make u arSalaa. '
Th preeldent Mid Mr, Rooeevelt re
cently had dragged la tha nam of Sen
ator Crene of Maaaachueetu jn a,, as
friendly way. He warmly defended Mr.
Crane and aaia.lnat three time Mr.
Rooeevelt had invited Mr. Crane lata hla
cabinet, and that furthermore Mr. Roose
. vett had Invited senator Crana U sao.
WHOOrlNa COUCM CBOIIP
ROteCHITti , COUGHS COLM
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Tff. Ciwiiai AarHk
iwr VAar fefflfjanawat waVanaaw
Tety an !. oseav
we a4 eaMeytk. Of
yewanrfei et hew M,
Tap Crteehae C
A Big Special Purchase of
the Entire Surplui Stock
' of t Prominent St Louii
T Jobbing Concern.
On S&Ie Saturday and Mon
day, April 27th and 29th.
At Prices Which Are
. Much Below Original
. Wholesale Cost .
Room Size Bogs and Small
Bogs, Wiltons, Arminsters,
Tapestry, Brussels, Velvets.
Don't Miss This Great
Two Days Sale. ,
laae hla preaidrntlal oampalgn In 15".
Mr. Taft added:
"But Mr. Crane doe not aupport Mr.
Rooeevelt and must he condemned.
"The truth with reepect to me la th
earn aa K la with reepert to Mr. Rooee
velt. When I am running for the awd
dency I gratefully accept auch aupport a
come to me. Mr. Rooeevelt haa don
in the past: he I doing an now. I am
making a bargain. I am agreeing to no
condition that would emharraa or ham
per me In th admlnlatration of the gov
ernment ahould I be re-elected. 1 do not
ay that Mr. Rooeevelt haa don eo or ta
doing eo, but when T conalder the eager
nee with which Mr. Rooeevelt baa ac
cepted In hi vartoii campaign lh -alstanc
of Mr.'Aldricu. Mr. Cannon. Mr.
Penroae. Mr. Quay, Mr. Piatt. Mr. Forar
ker and many other men prominent and
Influential In congrea and politic, what
ever thetr dealgnatlott, whether leader or
bo, I do not heal tat to aay that It
involve the moat audacious effrontery oh
hi part to attack me because men he
characurlxe boaaea are now aupport
lng me and to charge me on that account
with helping machine politico.
Reoaevelt la I alalr.
"Tbi I peculiarly unfair on hla part
In view of hla well known political hle
tory and Va another inetaaoe of hie de
parting from tb nil of th aquar deal."
Mr. Taft charged that Mr. Rooeevelt
and hla upportera, during their recent
oampalgn in Illinois, linked hla nam
with that of Senator Ivorlmer la such a
way a to gtv tb Impreaalon that a vote
for Taft waa a vote for Lorlmer.
"I have not aeen Mr. bo rimer for twe
year and have bad no communication
with or from him. In HUnota Mr. Lorlnwr
wa conducting a campaign of hi own.
I did not aak me support. He did not
tender It to me. Any Influence, he may
bar given In my favor war not becauM
he liked me, but becaua he felt more
bitter toward Mr. Rooeevelt 'Without
further clrcumatanoa or .knowledge 't
would have been unfair and unjust tor
Mr. Rooeevelt to attempt to draw down
on me th popular Indignation agalnat
denator Lorlmer and thua to carry th
stat of Illinois against me, but It waa pe
culiarly unfair la Mr. Rooeevelt to flo
this when he knew what h did know aa
ta my actual attitude toward Senator
' Colonel After Farmer,',
Mr. Taft chaired that Mr. Rooeevelt
Waa now seeking t take advantage of
tha supposed feeling among th farmers
of th country against , reciprocity wub
Canada. II ald be would not object te
this but for th tact that he consulted
Colonel Roosevelt ten 'dya before ' h
mad th agreement with' Canada and
that lh latter approved tha agreement
In the most enthusiastic term.
"Now la th exigency at tile contest for
th nomination and with tha purpose of
aoceat listing tha auppoaed feeling f th
farmers agalnat ma, ha raeouBfl hi ap
proval of th agreement on the ground
that It would not have been a suvar
deal for, th farmers, a circumstance
which, b Intimate, eecaped him whea
he, la a desire to support my administra
tion, had approved th agreement., 1 'sub
mit that Mr. Roosevelt 'a course oa reci
procity la not la accord with tha square
Preeldent Taft Best referred to Mr.
Reoeevalt's charge that tha president
had "been receiving atolea gooda" and
had profited "by th use at dirty Inatru-
meata" to secure delegalea
Mr. Taft said that If there had bee
fraud la th New York primaries th
anuria war epsa ta tha Roosevelt sup
porters for redress. They faMd, he gajd.
ta tak advantage of thla fast. Ha In
ferred front thla that tha ehargaa of
fraud alsewhar likewise had no real
foundation. It waa tha policy of th
Roosevelt campaign, Mr. Taft said, to
elaita everything and than ta meet re
ports et advereea by charge of fraud
and th bringing of "trumped up oon-
Appelated by lteeevett.
Aa to Mr. .Rooeevelt' charge of th
"enamel tea" use of fedora) patronage by
th president. Mr. Taft aald that TO par
cent of th federal officeholder now la
th service war appoint of Mr. Rooee
velt, and a a Batumi result a large par
oentag of them favored tha former preet.
dent tor iwrwml nation. No man, ho a,
haa been dismissed because a favored
Mr. Roosevelt, and thera waa every in.
dlcaUon that at tha Chicago convention
to muurnoo or vno leaerai orncenoiaera
would be lea effective for any one can
dldat than ever bef or la tb history af
Dealing with Mr. Roosevelt's charges
that In hla administration Mr, Taft had
assort, tn progressive and become a
reactionary, th preeldent aald that It
waa aa Mr. Rooeevelt a advice that he
had his first awe ting with Rpeakar Can
"I had bee afraid that Mr. Cannon
might oppoa revision of the tariff,
and I looked about Immedlotely after my
election ta eee whether It would be poe-
albl to aseura votes enough la th cau
cus lo elect another speaker. I found
that It wa not At th request of Colonel
Rooeevelt I bad an Interview with Mr.
Cannon, In which he agreed he would
help redeem tb promleee of th reoub-
Hean platform, e . e fnl arrangement
with Mr. Cannon was with th knowledge
and emphatic approval of Mr. Roosevelt."
' 1 Pratewted th Party.
peeking of th Payne tariff bill Ur
Taft agaia defended hla eoura ta hmh
it and declared that to hava vetoed It
would have broken up tha republican
'Ha Mr. Roosevelt aver condemned
th Payne bill?" ha asked. "Does h uv
h would not have signed It If It had been
presented to him under condition that
It had ta meet? Ha nas never said that
aa far aa I kaow, and th New York
platform et 11. adopted by the conven
tion of which h waa a part, endorsed
th pending bill and approved Its passage.
"la all Mr. Rooserett's hletory he never
failed to as aa Instruments tor his pur
pose those whom he found In tw,WM- r
deed, throughout hi lit he has defended
that course as the enly aenstbj course to
pursue. I bar merely followed hi ex
em pie. and I do not hesitate te point
; with satlsfactloa to tha leglslaUoa which
aae Sees enacted In my three year."
Taking up Mr. Roosevelt' anti-trust
record Mr. Taft aald h had warmly ap
proved n en the stump for the former
presides!. He said Mr. Rooeevelt had hv
etltuted th proceedings against the
Standard Oil and tha Americas Tobacco
eompaay, and that they had beea carried
to a successful conclusion la th supreme
court under the present administration.
Mr. Taft continued:
"Now I find Mr. Roosevelt smh
other way, denouncing the anti-trust law
and denouncing proeseutlons under U.
"With characteristic boldness and lacst
of facts or evidence, end resting on his
lauw ana distorted construction of mv
language aa to government bv a nm.
eeatatlv part of the people. Mr. Room
velt charge that I stand for Us so-
A big store -" -of.
big values 'and
quality and lowest
v e'f " .
SIZZLING hot weather is certain to comej and then is the time when
- housewives lpbk They just dread
to think of the hours they will hayej;6 spend in getting meals and in clean-
ng up." The modern housewife rids herself of; ; Get'McDbuall cabinet and a Bohn Syphon
most of the "hot inconveniencei" of the" 1 refrigerator, and you will look upon the sum
kitchen by getting the right-kitchen "furni-. mer kitchen work vvithout any of the former
' ture." The kitchen cabinet and the refrigerator; . dread.' These and much' furniture, draperies
save hundreds of steps, and, therefore reduce and rugt to make a cool summer are exhibit
the work and the suffering during hot weather. ed here during this exposition.
The "furniture" on which hangs the life of the child
. - - if--. ',- ,. ' J ' ' . . .. , .
An epidemic of "tummer complaint" broht out in a New York hospital The cause was, of course, sought wildly.
' .The source of the milk supply was proved perfect, bat the milk itself was poison. What was finahy found is as follows .
, . , . . '. - " " - -. v---"
. ' ' ' ' The-temperatare of the refrigerator' in which-this milk''wad kept 'had attained '. -k,-'l ,
"70 degrees"! And yet the ice chamber was full of ice the air air was apparently
cold. It cost lives! . ,. - . ,' ... .. ,. , . , :- z
, . The thing that occurred was germ multiplication, in milk that was up to the usual
; purity standard thfsame milk you buy every day. There was not a - thing Vrong
but the "ice-box." . - ' .. . ' . " . ? !
. But one. germ in '.'fresh" milk in 24 hours can breed .7,000 others even atCS
- degrees. In 43 hours, at 68 degrees these germs can increase 7,000 times more. "
.The mqi-al is this: There's a refrigerator called. the Bohp Syphon Befrigeratof.
It mts a trifle more than common Jtinds. But it maintains from 42 to 48 degrees and t
,. eta'yi so dry that' salt kept in it doesn't cake. It practically arrests gehn jnultiplica- ' .
iion even in 'urns to nours oia ana racrei miiK lsrxnai oia wnen you geiii. -ii iB.a. - .
rmanin in which there is constant action the syphoning of ','pure..,freSh', ;dry air. .
: throughout every square inch -of 'each food 'corhpattment. ' . .-: ..
This is the kind of refrigerator that saves lives the kind that you .are exhibited at this Exposition. Examine the Bohn nou-porus, hard,
ought to.have for your:children's sake," The handsome Bohn refriger- " white, "hnth-tub" enamel,, sanitary lining, and ask about "ten walls of
ators, made in all sizes for every home., The acknowledge no equal ' ,f insulation.",'.; - -
- BOHN SYPHON REFRIGERATOR used exclusively by the Pullman Company and by all railroads.
. - -i , . ; ,o , --, . , , t ' '-'. . ...
The work-saving' "furniture" approved ' by. every housewife
t ' 9 aa W MX
"It saves me so much time
'and hard work." That's the
very first thing a woman
who has a McDougall cabinet
will say and it does, too
saves hundreds of steps and
" from two to four hours hard
work each day it is used.
Th McDougall cabinet combine
. ' tha pantry, cupboard and kitchen .
, table In one Cut out the trlpi '
from one to tha other and make, a
' kitchen work a pleasure Mo
Dougall Kitchen cabinet are the
standard bjr which fell other are
Judged. They are by far the moat
durable, have many more conven
iences and labor saving dertcee,
and yet they coat no more than
. vastly Interior kind.. The Mo-.i
OougaU Insures good health, and
It will keep you freah and cheer- -ful
all the time. You will want a "
, McDougall after you have seen all
the other make. There Is none -to
I. Tou can join our McDougall
Co-Operative Society and be
independent of kitchen work.
The purpose of this society
is to permit 100 housewives
of Omaha to own McDougalls
. within- thirty days, without
having to pay cash all at
C iotnee. ,The cabinets will be
Bold at the regular spot cash
price, bat on payments of
.. only $1.00 a, week.. This is
"no installment 'proposition,
but a splendid opportunity
. to own a long wanted Mc
Dougall,' and aay for It out of
your weekly allowance for house
hold eipenaea. Ton wUl not miss
, ' the money. See our window dls
., play of McDougaUa, and hava the
- cabinet shown to you In a demon
stration. The cost tor this Is
nothing. Ton are invited here for
thia purpose during this wxposi-
. .v ..i. . .,,...' . , ... ....
Where comfort, high quality. and great service are combined
When it comes to the bedding question you will find that the Columbia pillows and box springs
are the faultless kind. . We could tell you a hundred good points about these goods, but tb
make the simple statement that Omaha people who are using them now
declare them to be the best they have ever seen or used well, that is
sufficient proof that they are really faultless. They have eomfort that
is a first essential and then they have quality that is high, and they
give service for years. You could not get a better kind if you were to
supervise the making yourself and spend several times the money that
is necessary to buy the products of the Columbia Feather company.
We have these goods here at all times and should be glad to show
them to you at any time. It would be a good idea, however, to inspect
them during this imposition.
M I LLER, 5TE1WA RT 6c B EAT O N CO.
315 317 5outht? Sixteenth SifeeK i
called Interests and special prtvilece. 11
no thins else would serve, th record of
inir admlmstrauoa a ta suiis asajnsi
railways to atop increase of rates and
suit acatnat trusts of all kinds to dis
solve tneta and to auniaa their directors
must skew a fair-minded public that this
admlntatrottea aa n favorites amonc
breaker, or three see sin- special
Feopl D 1st rest Waeievelt.
'One ef the reef reasons why Mr
Itoosevett ought not to a "elected as
eandldate of aaj part' la th natural
ditrut that th vhot business com
munity will have la respect to th mess-
which Mr. Boosevalt will propose
tn order ta effect a revolution tn th In
terest ef social luetic which h adve-
oote ee stronsly and define eo vacuely.
1 affirm that tb nomination ef Mr.
Roosevelt .woald extend throve h th buat-
noaa community a leellti of such distrust
aa to the future as to Interfere rith the
1 urn which. If business at let alone
and present eendUiona. oofttinu, wUl ex
pand Into the aseat enooarssla -pro-parity,
and tin will bring has pi lies to
sit earners, who are more Injartousir
affected by dlaturhaac of bust sees thar.
any etner Mwbai of the eoannanlty.
Mr. Rooaevelt ought wot to be nomi
nated -at Chicago, but ta auch nomination
th republican party will violate our moat
useful and necessary govern mental tradi
tion that no one hal be permitted to
hold a third presidential term.".
Cruiser Maryland -Struck
in Target Practice
- LOS ANecXES, April .Tti United
State cruiser Maryland was struck last
alght by a torpedo during torpedo prac
tice. - The torpedo said to have pierced
on -of the, puts, flooding a compart
menta The Maryland is Inside the break
water and haa a decided Met to starbouaV
t Great eecrecy .regarding tha accldant
was maintained today. During- th prac
tice yesterday, tn which the torpedo flo
tilla and submarines ftred torpedoes at
th ry1ara, tonefcs ertot-eoliapsible
head were supposed to be. ucd. sji it is
thaught that n. with a, solid' head' was
Ored by mistake.'--J
Th aoutdtnt to the afaiyleaa occurred
at a o?cloc Ipat night while the destror
er Xsiwrence Fsrrsgut. Ooldaborough
and"V'h!pple sndhe suninartne Orampus
wer firtn16jtoe at It.
- TU tvtpt&rtnOn&tZiHi. feet Wow
th aid to ascertain th damag end tb
work of repairing ha beta la progress
all day. -j-. . ..
One compartment only wa flooded, but
It la said th Maryland bad a narrow
cap from disaster. a ,
Th officers refused to disc use the acci
dent, hut It wa said tb Warn lay be
tween the destroyer. Lawrence and the.
submarine Grampus. It was said tonight
that It was hoped to have repair mad
ta time to allow th Maryland to sail hus
tonight for $o Diego. , , , " ... ;,
Aviators to Stop in
Omaha in 1,8Q0-Mile;
' ;Eace in-September
CrnCAGO. Aprn S. -Plans for the
Oordon Bennett aerortajut Ttip race, tb
(rand circuit race of T4 mil and tnt
hsUrnational avtatlon meftlnj .ta be held
In Chicago next eptnnber. were '.an
nounced today try the minola Aero dub.
, It waa aald stop ta th ctrcutt race
would be rre" ,T I)ea. Soloes, Omaha.
Kansas City.'' St. Louis,' Indianapolis,
Cleveland, Detroit. C.ocinwtH and Dnr
tn,kTai.sac.' to. Jbegln aa Eeptem
aer si. tb otaeit rewa, hetns held eo .
the -five day -preceding- i s.'-
Widow's Home, Left
in Care of Others, is
Burned to Ground
The bom ef Mrs. Stephen Schmidt, a
widow who Uvea at 1(U Martha street,
era totally destroyed by firs st f o'clock
laat night Aa exploding lamp I believed
to have beea th causa.
Mrs. Schmidt Is out of the dry for a
lew week and she rented her borne ta
two young mew wn were keeping- bach
elor quarter while she wss away. They
left early A th evening to are the Or
uptown and whll they war away their
own pesos wa ruined. Th loss Is about
SLest. niostly--- boose furntshmga. The
-auudlmr ass a one story frame cottage
and 'wheat two companies of flreasaaj r
i lies' from th -Cre me Twentieth aad
Harney the entire place -was sklase.
Netghaor say- rhaMwst before the Ore
they heard a awes Ilka a pistol shot; and
as the -.place was lighted by ell lamp
they aappoeed oh bad exploded.
Fur rtMumatfam you will Cnd nothing
better' than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try
is, and see now J-okk)y tt gives reBef.
Por sal by" all Sealer. " ' -'-- -
HAS a seorid-wid repobmoa
anxaur travclcn is mws.
fr. everr fcatnr alwrrs well
rorajshcd la every comfort and
fwieeenc esrpl cafes. ceSet per.
ten), lobbjr.sssiiliiinit -iirsii st
teesonable Rate, ey
1 sea is
Loo'fd m the Beset.
er me isesnesad
I t.'"'"x h" ff1 naes aad le
I - -fS slletitioes.
if - m, iSi tTi" '
B iii .'?;. 1 "he Jil,m.
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