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VOL. XII SO. " 49.
RETAIN HIS SEAT
III THE SENATE
Friend ef Illinois Senator Find
"' They Are Unahls to Vaster
POLL HADE ONE WEEK AGO
Only Forty Unconditional Pledget
Could Be Secured.
SIXTEEN TOTES ARE IS SOUS!
Week's Work in Effort to Win Then
Over Without Eerolt
SEEEXAI GOES TO CHICAGO
Report JTiee Pretident Will Notify
Senator of Eesult of Poll
WILL ASK . .HM ; TO BESIGN
Buktn ef Catena- Mm Think He
Should Betlre Without Ti
WASHINGTON. May X.-anator L ti
mer of Illinois will recslv word direct
rmm hie. friends In the senate that tbav
cannot bop to uva hla in hi Bght for
tb retention, of hi seat. While It U not
adraUlad that LorlnMr will be urged to rw-
alga. It wa laid ha might decld on that
Vloa Presidsat Sherman left Washing
ton laat night for Chicago. It wai aaid
hla mission was private business, but It
wa rumored that he woald sss Senator
Lorlmer and eomraunleata to him the
reeult of a poll ot the senate that has
just been concluded. That poll shows
Certain for Larimer, ; certain to op
pose him, ; doubtful, 11. There I one
The attitude of the senators, whose votes
are classed as doubtful has given the
friends of Senator Lorlmer much concern.
Although nearly a week has sons by
since the poll wsa made the Lorlmer
supporters have not been able to add one
name to their list. Those elassed as doubt-
foj here refused to aire the Lorlaaer
men any Indication of their Intentions.
,. Lorlmer men were forced to the eeacru
tfoa that ths list of doubtful votes was
too large to give teem any sheas to
wis If the case were brought to vote.
It was decided, therefore, to submit the
exeat situation to Senator Lorlmer,
Want tr1nver te Reefgtt.
There waa as ens ot the Lorlmer tup.
porter authorised te speak for the Junior
Illinois senator today, but It was argued
that he should resign and not further
uselessly embarrass hla friends In what
they felt would be a futlh, ..mis. It waa
argued further that Senator Lorlmer
should be content to rest on his former
victory and the fact that a majority of
the committee which Investigated the
tharges the second time bad reported In
Finally It was agreed that' the only
thing that could be done would be to
meant the situation to the senator hlm
elf. : His health has , been Impaired
ihroughout most ot the present session
ind he has been unable to remain here
look after his own Interest It was
Sought that he might be Influenced to
tbandon the fight on that account.
' One severe blow to the Lorlmer forces
a the knowledge that Senator Curtis
if Kenans, who voted for Senator Lor
mer last session, -would be against him
f the case again came to a vote. True
ft sets the gain by Lorlmer of Senator
tones of Washington, who last session
roted against him. '
Senator Curtis Justified bis ehsngs by
us friendship tor Clarence 8. Funk of
Chicago, general manager ot the Interna
lonel Harvester esmpany, a life-long
Mend. The Kansas senator says the
eetimony given m the but Investigation
dearly raises a aneedoa of veracity be
ween Funk and Edward HI nee, a Chl
ago lumber dealer, charged with having
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Forecast till T p. m. Soaday:
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
-Fair tonight and Sunday; net much
dtang la temperature. v
Teas pera tare
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I aeal Weather iteeaeeV.
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Normal temperature for today, St do-
Deficiency la prectpitatloa Since lurch
I 1 inchea. -Deficiency
corresponding period, jsil.
oarrespondlns period, m.
' Weather la the Grela Belt.
The weather la warmer In 'the upper
su reoivo. we upper jeisanwppi an
ip per llieourl valleys and throughout the
vest and northwest, it Is slightly eeoav
the lever lake rev ton, in. Ohio and
over Mississippi and lower Missouri
alleys, Geoerally eioady weather pre
aii on the Pacific slope and light ram
a telling is southern California, gome
ry Ugnt and scattered showsre escurred
elthta the last twenty-four hows la the
antral valley and lake rea.ee, eat gear
nlly clear weather prevaile thai morn
a from the Becky mountains te the
ttlaattc eoaet and eoaditioae are fsver
,4 tar cootlaued tslr la this vicinity
night and Sunday, with no Important
base la susvsratura. L. A. veuH.
SENT TO KEY WEST
United States is Hairing Prepara
tions to Meet Possible Eventu
alities in Cuba. . 1 '
NEGOTIATIONS WITH REBELS
merer Government Is Willing; te
Great Aaeaesty te Bad Have
eat, Which la Spreading;
. Very Rapidly.
WASHINOTON, May 15. The third and
fourth divisions of the Atlantic fleet, with
Rear Admiral Osterhaus. commander-tn-htef
of the Atlantic fleet on his tempor
ary flagship. Washington, In command,
have been ordered to sail for Key West,
Fie. These divisions are now at sea, the
former on. Its way to Hampton Roads and
the latter to New York where they will
rales 'their 'quota of marines to US to
each ship, making a total of MM oa the
two divisions. , . .,...
Tne hospital ship Solace will also Jota
so two divisions. .
The asvy does not expect thai' the bat
tleships, as such, will he, necessary for
Cuban operations, but, It happens that
they furnish the only convenient means
of providing a sufficient number at the
-Lalwaya ready jnartoes at various .points
oa the Cuban eoaet to afford protection
and rallying points for Americans oa ths
island. The first and second divisions of
the fleet carry about an mariners. , ...
Commander Mitchell, commanding ths
gunboat Padaeah, ths first to arrive at.
Quaatanamo, has been told that he may
Monty guards for Amsrlcan property,
on. request, without reference to Wash
ington. If, In his discretion, It la believed
they are needed.
The battleship Nebraska which left
New Orleans last night for Hampton
Koads, It Is ssld. will bs told by radio
to anchor at Ksy West as a part ot the
Willing Oraat Amaeetr.
HAVANA, liay S.-H waa aeHeved
hers today that ths Cuban government Is
trying to open negotiations . with the
negro rebels for the purpose of arrang
ing terms of peace. The terms. It Is
said, will be based an an amnesty promise
to the rebels. .
Recruiting for the army continued to
day with Increased rapidity, however. It
was noticeable that very few negroes are
offering to enlist.
Ths report that a band ot armed
blacks waa operating at Harlanao, In the
Immediate vicinity of Havana, was de
nied, but rumors are current that bands
of, rebels are appearing In other pans of
A- column of volunteer veterans Is'
about te depart for the province 'of
Orlente, under the command of General
Emlllo Nunea, president of the Veterans'
association.- It probav wffl number
eje oho, &, , will be materi
ally strengthened by recruits on the way. '
Secretary of the Interior Laredo Bru
said today that the government fully j
expected to receive most favorable re
port from the frontier before; night, i
It le rumored today that the strike of
the kmgabormen and lightermen, which
was suspended two weeks ago. pending
negotiation for arbitration . Is ' likely is
be resumed. This would have serines re
sults, as K would cripple the military
strength of the government by outing
off the euetoma receipts on which It Is
dependent for the trsnspw tattoo, equip
ment, pay and arming of the new men
new being enrolled. " ;
Rebel UeUsg FUatatlaaa.
SANTIAGO. Cuba, May 3.-A strong
band of armed and mounted negroes this
morning attacked the plantation of El
rilo. about fifteen miles from this city,
and carried off all the horses, provisions
and other plunder. The government Is
dispatching troops from fiere to Oauu
tnamo. Steamers have been chartered for
the purpose on account of the' complete
utarruptloa of the railroad. .
A strong fores at Insurgents Is sttack
ag ths Santa Lade sugar plantation near
Orbara.a the north coast ot the province
of' Orlente The ntaotatloa Is American
Ke government forces are anywhere la
Urn vicinity, bat the employes are mak
mc a encsissM resistance.
V WINS -THE FIRST PRIZE
CES MOD.E8. w. Hay W. a
Emersea of Ames eoileg won the first
annual Mieasarl alley oratorical con
teet at Draka anrreratty here hut Bight
His subject was. "America and the Peace
Problem la the Orient." J. David Arnold
of Drake took second place, hi eubjeot
being. -Menus of Modern Ii i ens H.
C Mandt ef So University of South
Dakota waa third, with the subject
"Human Right 'Over Property Right.''
OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1912-ITVS
n .am iam a saw
BURNED TO DEATH AT STAKE
Two Thousand Persons See Hob Tor
tare Negro at Tyler, Tex. .
ATTACKS YOUNG WHITE WOXAN
Vlettsa Make Written Cealessloa
sad Repeats U Ver Welly Jaet
Before Match I Applied
t the Tyre. "
TYLER, Tex:, May .-Dan Davla, a
negro, was burned to death at a sinks
la the streets of Tylsf early today after
he had confessed to assaulting 1 Miss
Carrie Jobnsoa of this city, a week ago.
Two thousand persons participated In the
. Davis had signed a satement confessing
to ths assault, but before the match was
touched te the pit of wood on which the
negro had been bound by the mob, he
was asked again If be waa guilty.
I am guilty,-, he cried, and a moment
later the flames were leaping high hbovo
Devlg was brought her early today
from Athena Tax. Whea members ot thei
sheriff a posse, arrived at ths Jail with
the negro, they were confronted by several
huadrad dtlsent wh waited until ths
black had written his aonfesdon, then
demanded thai he be turned over t them.
Officers and cltisans whn bad gath
ered Inslds the Jan prolesteOut finally
surrendered the aegro to ths mob, who
numbers mads, protest useless, thd of
ficers ay. Frm ths Jail the prisoner was
led t the public square, whsr several
wagonloads ef wood had been plied. Hs
was tied to a rail and attar he reiterated
hi confession, a match was applied and
the flames enveloped him. The mob stood
around ths fire until K had died down
and llttls ws left hut charred bones and
' Ths work of the lynchers was don
quickly and quietly. , Ths determination
ef the men who had the sxscutlon In
charge appeared to have a sobering ef
fect upon them. - . -
In his written statement Davis tot I
hovr be and and another negro attackvfd
Mis Johnson.. wh I tlis daughter of a
farmer, as shs was walking along s ran
road track to Tyler, Monday afternoon.
May U. The pair left her with her
throat gashsd. 'believing her dead. She
was later found after as all night search.
' While the girl herself did not Identify
her aseallanta. be waa Identified by a
man who claim t have seen him In the
neighborhood soon before the crime was
committed. Ths girl's condition Is critical.
Davis said his partner had been arrested
in' Waco. I v , , ,
New Dirigible . .. .
; Balloon Torn to .
' Pieces by Storm
i " ' f ,
LEIPSIO, Germany. May B.-fbe dirig
ible ballon Parssval VI was destroyed
tble mornlag. by being' iom from Its
anchor by a squalL Ons ot the soldiers
on guard near the balloon was Injured by
the ryUut tsckle. The Parssval VI bad
arrived only ibis morning, sad had been
encaored la an opea field.
The flexible dirigible ballon of the
Parsecet typs have beea almost a un
lucky a the rigid Zeppelin dirigible.
Parseval VL destroyed today, bad al
ready met with several aoddents. It waa
severely damaged on March M. 1ML by
being dashed again ths balloon shed at
Johaanlsthal, near Berlin, and agi
near Brunswick, on April S. MIL Parssval
II was totally wrecked at BIHerfeld' on
May IT. 1ML Parseval HI ws badly
damaged during a farced landing In a
snow storm near Bttaffeid an Novem
ber M. DC, and Parseval V was destroyed
by Ore at Hannoveiweh-Muenden on June
a, oil -j
SUPERIOR VISITED BY LOGGING
PARTY OF SUNFLOWER TRAIL
SUPERIOR, Neb,. May &-SpectaL-
A large number of business men went to
Webber la auto yesterday to meet and
ort Into Superior the logging party
of tth Sunflower Trail, the principal
automobile route through. Kanssa and
which will now connect with Harvard.
Neb making Superior the principal stop
along the route. ...
H. M. Anderson at Betel t, Kaa, presi
dent ot the Sunflower Trail, delivered a
speech telling ef the advantages ot being
located opoa n popular automobile route.
Thousands ef eastern tourists are planning
come this way this summer and they
win find some mighty One reads la this
oouatry. especially alos the Sunflower
Trail. Tslephos) pole along the rout
are marked with yellow bands .that the I
SualWwcr Trail, I
Coming and Going in Omaha
President Makes Statement in' sn
Address at Kearney, New
' , Jersey.
FIGTTKES GIVES OUT BY LEADERS
Me-Klaley'Say Tatt Has Five Has.
dred Slllr-Seren Dlxea Says
' ftoeeevrlt Uaa Sla Has-
i . .
NEWARK, N. J., May SS. "I have more
than ITS delegate Instrurtsd or pledged
declared President Tsft In a speech at
Kearney, near here, today. "New Jersey
I not necessary to success, but I would
be glad lo add It. Whether I do or not,
I hsve Sn delegates and Mr. Roosevelt's
nomination Is impossible."
' Flgeree ef Both Leaders."
WASHINOTON, May S.-Wtth about
(ixty dslegstss remaining to be selected,
both the Tsft and Roosevelt manager to
day gave out detailed figures Intended to
prove their respective claims to absolute
control of the Chicago convention.
Repreeentstlve McKlnley claimed tor
President Tatt MT Instructed ana pledged
delegates and eoacadsd M to Colonel
Roosevelt In neither total did he In
clude the result ef ths Ohio primaries.
Senator Dixon claimed for Colonel
Roosevelt Instructed, thirty-eight
pledged and fifty-two will to bs elected"
In Arlsons, South Dakota. New Jersey
and Texas. Adding the La Follette and
Csmmtas delegate forty-elx. he claimed
a total ot SB fo Colonel Roosevelt.
Approximately 771 delegates to the demo
cratic convention have been elected or
slightly mors than two-thirds ot ths total
The msxlmum strength claimed by ths
respective headquarters today was as fol
Clark,. Instructed, SB; pledged,
total. L '
Wilson. Instructed and pledged, zrc; cer
tain a second choice, SO; total, SOS.
rnderwood. Instructed, MO.
At Harmon headquarters It was sHated
that an estimate ot strength would be
prepared next week..
Bomb Sender Gets -
Term in Solitary
PITTSBURGH. Mey ,.-Wlltlam D,
Pastorlu was sentenced In criminal court
her today to serve four So six years In
solitary confinement n Riverside pen!
tentlary. after being convicted of sending
a bomb to Alexander R. Peacock, former
partner of Andrew Carnegie, and million
aire capitalist, and attempting to extort
, from him.
Pastortous, It Is said, told his attorney.
A. C. Stein, details of an alleged plot
to assassinate President Taft The plana,
h said, were made la Nsw York. It was
Stein's purpose I have Patsortous tell hla
story la court, but this was abandoned
and th entire matter Fas placed to the
hand of government officers here.
Attorney Stain said the plot waa a
suit ot ths abrogation of th Russian
HORSE STEPS ON WOMAN'S
t CHEST AND KILLS HER
MITCHELL, S. D.. May SWSpoctan
Mra. Joeeph Bennett was accidentally
killed this morning at her home M
Letcher. She attempt d to step Into the
wagon to drlv to tow sad lo som way,
her dress caught aa she waa getting Into
th vehicle and she was thrown te th
ground near the horse. In falling ah
gave a Jerk to the liars and oas ot the
animals la stepping back placed Ita foot
on the breast of Mrs." Bennett. A soon
as the horse removed his weight, which
held her there for a moment, Mra Ben
nett got ap and walked t th house aai
a physician was sent for. Before he could
reach the house Mre. Bennett bed passed
gway, death being to an- Injury to the
heart. The body was taken to Mount
Ayr. Ia., for burial. '
DROUTH IN PHILIPPINES
RESULTS JNjSHOTT CROPS
WASHINGTON, May S. Th marlfet
for the principal Philippine ruptee, rice,
hemp, sugar and tobacco, may bs atfsctec
by a report by cable to the Insular bu
reau from th governor of the Philippine
Islands to ths effect hat. doe to sa al-
coatlnaou eight month' drouth.
there win be a shortage In all ot thee
product- per cent tor rice. S per cent
for hemn. B nsr cent for surer sad In
par e,m In Whocoa. Copr has escaped
the drouth. . .. .
SECTIONS FORTY- PAGES.
BAPTISTS MAE AGREEMENT
Northern . Branch Will Withdraw
Missions from New Mexico.
PLAN FOB CONSOLIDATION
Two Conventions la New Stat Will
Meet and Ferae Slaale Oraaat
satlea to Be Controlled by
PES MOINES, May S -Ptrtf which has
divided th Baptists of Nsw Mexico tor
two years ws brought to an end at th
Northern Baptist convention today, when
the delegate cast a practically unani
mous vots to turn ths slat over to the
Southern Baptist convention.
Derision of the question ram with ths
sdoptlon of a report from ths committee
named to confer with ths southern Bap
tist convention. Ths report railed tor the
withdraws! of ths American Baptist
Hems Mission society from Nsw Mexico
axd tor th turning over of th work of
that society to ths bom mission board
ot th southern Baptist, convention. It
also required thst ths Baptists of Nsw
Mexk-o, bow divided Into two oenveattons
shall meet and organise a Joint conven
tion within sixty days after the ad op
tion ot I). committee's report. - . ,
Row Prlaelplee ml Ceaatry.
runaamentel principle of comity to
prevent thd repetition of such a situation
aa has prsvalled In New Mexico for two
ysars. were adopted as a part of th r.
pert They ar as follows.
L Th Independence of th Jocal Bp
I. The moral interdependence and Ik
-oprtion or napuat cnurche in pro
moting the Intsreets of the kingdom of
I. The purely sdvlaory nature of sll de
nominational orgsnlaatlnns In their re
ligion to Baptist churches.
Rsv. D. L Schulti of Pennsylvania to
day discussed the work ef church among
miners and was followed by Rev. J. 9.
Unberger of Kansas, who advocated sev
eral chsnges In ths present line of work.
Near problem Dlsraserd,
Thst ths negro problem is one thst will
nsver be solved until there is greater co
operation between Ihe north and the
south, was th declaration or Dr. Charlei
L. Whits, associate corresponding secre
tary of New York, who addreeeed ths
convention! This problem will bs con
sidered along th lines that ultimately
will fasted th educational boards snd
missionary societies to th public and
religious school system of th southern
state, and sonserv ths best traditions
and spirit of thoss "who In both ths north
and south hava built their lives Into
a growing tempts of Chrtstisn education
that alma to train leaders for the raos"
In th opinion of Dr. White.
Dean Talbot Denied
New Trial in Suit
of Miss Mercy
CHICAOO. May aV-MIss Ea'her Marcy,
former student at the I'nlversi'.y of Chi
cago, who oome-time sgo wsa awarded a
verdict of K SOS damages against Mr.
Marlon Talbot, dean of women at the ill.
varsity, for alleged slander, obtained fur
ther legal support today when a nvtloa
for a new trial of her suit was dtnltd by
Clrcaf Judge Homer. , -
Counsel for Mis Talbot, wh argued
that Miss Mar era remark and gesture
In th trial were sufficient ground for a
new trial, announced that th raa would
be earned to the appelleta court.
RHUS KINZIE DENIES
; . SHE WAS SENT TO HOME
Rinis Kinala, the government' chief
wltnees In Its ssas against Leo Van
Gorkom, Orover Miller and Roy Murfleld
for '-whit slavery" wes recalled to the
witness stand bit yesterday afternooa
and under cross-examination denied being
told t return home by Van Oorkom over
th long distance telephone from Har
The suimss said no on of th three
defendant ever so much sa hinted at her
going home. The government has yet
halt doaea witnesses to b examined and
th defense will call twenty
The National Capital
' Satarday, May S3.1SI3.
Met at noon and resumed oenatderaMan
ot metal tariff levlaton hill.
Met It H a IB. and raeume4 emaUan.
tlon f tb naval appropriation bill.
Adopted resjIutl'.B oa.lina oa Artarnev
Oeaeral Wlvke-ahsm (or papere in mat
ter of charges sgalnst Leslie J. Lyons,
United States district attorney for west
URYAiN TO SPEAK
TO WAR VETERANS
Exercises Are to Be Eeld on Thurs
. day Afternoon at the Audi
OLD 80LDIEES WILL PARADE
Mlnlntar Battleship Will Be
Laaarhrd Darlagr the Attrraeaa
at the Foot at Doaalas Street
by Navy Veterans.
Hon. William Jennings Bryan will b
th principal speaker at ths local Me
morial dsy exercises which will be held
at the Auditorium Thursday aftsrnoon.
His toplo has not yet' been announced,
hut It will be torn patriotic subject, ap
propriate for the occasion. Bryan will
arrlva Thursday forenoon and whtls hers
will be at th Paxtoa hotel, Hs will
leave the earn svsnlng for Lincoln.
Prior to th exercises at the Auditorium
a parade will be held In which all sble
boaied civil tad Spanish war veterans ot
Omaha, togsthsr with local , military
organisations, will march. Th sarsds
will (arm on th tight aide ot Capital
avsnue promptly at t o'clock,, and, from
there ths line ef march will he south on
S xtesnth to Douglas street sst on Doug-
la to Fifteenth, and thenoe south on
Fifteenth street to the Auditorium. In
addition to th war veteran ther will
he deistailnns of naval vsterans, national
guards, mall csrrlsr and the. Omaha
High school cadet regiment. A platoon
ol pellc will msrvh at tb head ot th
R. tl. Howell of Leo Forty camp. No. L
will act a marahall. and his two aldee
wilt be A. N. Yost. Oeorgs Crook post
NO. St, an Charles L. Thomas, George
A. Custer post No. T.
Carriages containing chairmen ot gen
eral committee snd speakers of ths day
will drlv from Capitol avenue, weat ot
Sixteenth street. Th Women's Relief
Corps, the Lsdles of the Grand Army
of the Republic, and the Henry Lawton
auxiliary will form a salutory Una on
Howard street, facing Fifteenth street.
Program at Aadltorlam.
Following will be the program ot th
W. H. Russell, chairman. Grant Poet
Overture Orson' band.
Song. "America", by the Young Men'
Christian association quartet.
Reading roll of the year's dead by
Mayor R. S. Wilcox. . ,
Tape-United Btatee bugler.
Dirge Green's band.
"Lincoln's address at Gettysburg," by
Rev. Milton B. Williams.
Song by Young Men' Christian asso
Addree by Hon. WllUsrs Jennings
Music by Green's band. -
Song by Young Men's Christian asso
After the completion of Ihe exercises
at th Auditorium a miniature battleship
wlU be launched 1 the. Missouri river
st the foot ot the Douglas street bridge.
Thl service will be conducted by the
Navy club of Omaha, assisted by th
Women Relief Corp. Th battleship
which will b ased will be carried la the
parade. . -
Decoration at soldiers' nd sailor
graves wit be held st IS 'clock Memorial
day morning according to the following
Grand Army at tb Republic and
Women Relief Corps at all cemeteries
where exercise are necessary.
Oeorgs A- Custer post Ne, 7 and Wom
en's Relief corps No. SS at Prospect Hill
and Mount Hope Cemeteries.
L' S. Grant post No. 1M and Women's
Relief carp No. lot, at Forest Laws and
Oeorge Crook post No. Stt snd Wom
en's Relief corpe No. SB at Holy Sepul
cher. Weat Lean and Bohemian ceme
teries. Camp LeeForhe No. 1 and Henry Law
ton auxiliary No. L wlU bold Deooratioa
services at Fort Crook and at West Laws
cemeteries this afternoon.
German Airmen Vote '
to Strike for More Pay
BERLIN. May SL The German profes
sional airmen have unalmoasly decided
to striks tomorrow If the demands ot the
German Aviator unioa for a minimum
wsge'of ITS monthly, which was presen
ted todsy to the aerop".an construct! oa
companies la not treated bet jr nooa.
Tomorrow I the principal day of Use
Mg national aviation week, and a striks
of the airmen will cause Its failure.
It Is stated that tne wa;na -f some of
the protseatonai aviatur arc ea ,ow a
STJ a tsoata. v
COPY FIVE CENTS.
PURSUIT OF VICE
WILL BE CARRIED
TO END BY RYDER
Superintendent of Publio Safety
Will Not Let Up Until Purpose
' is Accomplished.
POLICE GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS
Sale of Liquor Will Be Stopped to
Protect uoensea riaces.
wo TAVOBJTES BEING PLATED
CommiMioner. and DeteotiYS Haye
' Outlined Boose Crusade.
SCAKLET WOMEN ABE PBOBLEM
It Will Be Easy Enough to Put the
Amateurs Out of Business.
WHOLE THING IS Disrruuiw
ll.atl a. It Applies
Polio. CommU-on.r Ry
th. mov t. wipa Bln,ty.on. ar-
h found tb
fining or Imprisonment - -fectlve,
of the "orew ot scanet
orvel Ryasr saya
Mast Sbnt VP Sbs
Ls.t Monday morning Detective Steye
Malooey was detailed by my order to
vV fir warning to svsry n-nxand
. b-own to be celling n!
orTrpected ot It. that they u
rtut ptn.Pn cult. Hs.Mln.lr"
oa th. word quit.' Hs reported his daW
mtervlewa n I ZT
notes of conaiiiono e :
rr ,-w.Hiaa and while be lvl
I "mi difficulty 1. doavlnelng ttpsru
concerned tnt ms
vrindup ther all promlssd to stop.
.... ' i. . At thee bootlsggera
--now w -
hspt their word I indicates "h
ratta. Delectlve Mshmey consulted with
aftsrnoon and laW
down his rta" of cemf.il". r1y,
gons over tl.. flsld as abov. outlined. H
T.I a He will continue
waa who v p.-
to proceed. The saloonkeepers of this
city, who pay tne ne-
Uw. ar goag ' ru
money. , 1
. No One Hae a Pall.
w-.nhv te my mind. Us In
th fact that no person ha beea her
to test his pull la this matter, and that
.. .it ,.. ! enforcement I Put lip
... '. . . -,111 ,n about
to I nil ospsrtmeow - -
ths task, however dimcuu or o-ar -.ki.
oh.ut ward le any man's tafla-
snca Chief Donahue and hi men under-
tand sisctly what I sxpsetsa ax weoa.
, i the allahtsst feu they WlU
fall In their duty. '
Th problem of handling tan eocini
cvU I am giving the moat serious tnougai.
Arrests ot street walker and foolish
girls not far gone oa th wrong road W
easy. Ths veteran prostitute present a
different sltustlon. but they, too, can D
located and arrested. After we have
lunU tHem at the tall, then what? Of
course, they might be driven aeroaa tb
Bridge, or otnerwis sens w "wi
.. .. n. , , . , ..... , , . ftw.
am tnreai. ulnar eiuee v mm e
llke-and we would simply chang orsw ,
f scarlet women. Her 1 a now lor
rork. fallowlna arrsat and nossfbly b. '
tor conviction, that may well engage
the attention or tb best, nrasaauy,
will ea frankly wa seed bein, but la
Just what way to set stfsctlv reeult I
haven't yet decided In my owe mind.
Continual arret and flnlne ar tmar!a
onmenl wont get us anywhere, toy as snot
mveetlgatloa snow tnat many at ta
elrla end women don't know where thei
next meal Is coming from or bow thap ar
wia mi ymy - m -m " ' ' - ,
repugnant ana oisu sssing, ana n may
Wa Mn lit Anlv the eruda and bee.
barou means at our command Indefi
nitely te minimis thl evlL I bop tor
bettor developments though, and am will
ing to give all th time heeessary ta
bring them shout."
tir ... t
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