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HEIRESS SUED FOR
Jf EVADA JUDGE SAYS SHE MCST
APPEAR IX COURT.
MARTIN TAKEN TO
WAR ON AUST
' SCENE OF
OR LOSE T
DOES OT APPEAR WITH OTHER
FAMOCS COLLEGE ATHLETE IN
NOW LOCK HORNS
BREAKS OFF MUSIC
Choice Offered King
Peter by Servia.
KING ASKS FOR CO?
Belgrade in Tumult and Depo
AUSTRIA'S ANGER AROUSED
Put Guards on Frontier and Sends
Monitors Down Danube Against
Belgrade Open Threat
to Annex Servia.
KENIM WARSHIPS TO 6EBVM.
BERLIN. Oct. 8. A special dis
patch to th Lokal Anxelger from
Budapest says that four Austrian
monitors proceeded down th Dan
ube this aftrnoon. Alt passngrs
coming from Bervla by railroad ar
compelled to show their passports at
the frontier before entry into Aus
tria. BELGRADE. Oct. 8. Great crowds
a train surround the palace tonight, shout
ing for war and calling; for the Kins to
appear. Finally King Peter, accompanied
by the Crown Prince, came to the bal
cony and Implored the people not to
cause a disturbance. He said:
"Trust me and my government; both
will do their duty." "
The crowd cheered the King, but con
tinued to shout. "War with Austria."
The report of the resignation of the
ministers was premature, but the Rad
icals are trying to bring this about,
charging them with Inactivity In the
present critical situation, and It Is feared
that a cabinet crisis may be forced.
( rown Prince Ready to Lead Army.
The report spread today that the
Crown Prince had announced his desire
In lead an army Into Bosnia. Thl was
received with popular acclaim and he
was given an ovation while driving In
Us motor car this afternoon. Thousands
of people proceeded Into the country to
meet the troops returning from maneu
vers and escorted them Into the town
this evening singing war songe.
The government haa stopped Issuing
passports for foreign travel to those
eligible for military service.
Threaten to Depose King.
All of the Belgrade newspapers threat
en King Peter with loss of his throne
nnleas he takes up the sword.
The Prayda exhorta him. saying. "Oh.
King, rescue Bosnia. Woe to you and
yours if Bosnia la not rescued."
Ths Politics says: "We can uenend
upon 1.000.000 men In all Servta, all of
Montenegro and all of Bosnia."
Montenegro Offers Help.
The statement Is made In the news
papers that the reigning prince of Mon
tenegro haa sent a message to King Pe
ter. In which he Is quoted as saying:
"When the Servian army marches to
the banks of, the Drlna my army will
advance against Herzegovina."
Wealthy merchants are offering the
king money for the needs of war and
ladles are contributing their Jewels.
The president of the national assembly
made a speech to the crowds today, say
ing: "If we cannot conquer by arms we
will resort to bombi." A
The Macedonian-Bosnian committee
held a meeting this afternoon, at which
the leaders of several Macedonian bands
were present, and It was agreed to stir
up outbresks In Bosnia.
A XT STRIA PREPARES TO FIGHT
Gathers Monitors on Danube and
Threatens to Annex Servia.
VIENNA. Oct. 8.-War between Austria
Hungary and Bervla Is a recognised pos
sibility, although It Is believed here that
It will be averted. King Peter Is In a
difficult position on account of the clamor
of the Servians for war, particularly since
his tenure of the throne has new been
The Austrlans on their part have a
new feeling of National enterprise on ac
count of the forward movement In the
annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
and would be more ready for further
adventure now than they were a week
ago. That the government recognises
the possibility, the military precautions In
Belgrade at Austria's Mercy.
All the bridges over the Save and the
Danube near the Servian frontier are
strongly guarded by patriots and four
Iwnube river monitors were concentrated
at Buda Pest today. The government
explains that this maneuver was planned
some time ago, but the Ausrrians will
have Belgrade at the mercy of their guns
If that were necessary.
The newspapers contain warnings to
Servia. The Wiener Tageblatt says:
Stern Threats to Servia.
"The next few days or hours will show
whether Influential Servia Joins In this
game of bluff. If It wishes to make a
declaration of bankruptcy, that can soon
(Ooacluded oa Vase T-
Will Xot Allow Sothern and Wife to
Air Quarrels In Court, Ex
cept In Person.
RENO, Nev Oct. 8 Judge Pike to
day refused to grant Virginia Harned
Sothern a divorce from her actor-husband.
Edward H. Sothern. saying:
This. I think. Is a very unique pro
ceeding, for a party to attempt to se
cure a divorce without appearing In
court. I think I will deny the decree.
If the interested parties do not deem
tt of enough Importance to grace the
court with their presence. I don't see
why their family "disturbances should
be aired here."
Mrs. Sothern Is seeking a legal -separation
from her husband on the allega
tions of desertion and ,- failure to pro
vide. Judge Massey read depositions
of Mrs. Sothern and Eleanor Rogers, of
New Tork City, supporting the conten
tions. No evidence was offered on the
part of Sothern.
The court stated he would take the
matter under advisement until it could
be ascertained whether Mrs. Sothern
could find It convenient to appear In
PLAN BIG TAFT RALLIES
Lane Connty Republicans Ask for
Senators Borah and Fulton.
EUGENE. Or.. Oct- 8. (Special.) Re
publicans of Lane County met in the
County Courthouse and arranged for
the National campaign by instructing the
officers of the Republican Club to make
arrangements at once for three big Re
publican rallies to be held between now
and election. The speakers whom the
Republicans were unanimous on securing
were Senator Borah, of Idaho, Senator
Fulton, of Oregon, and W. H. Thompson,
Next Friday evening a Republican Club
will be organised by the students of the
University of Oregoh. and some of the
students will likely stump the county for
Taft and Sherman.
Eugene and Lane County Is very
strongly Republican and efforts will be
made to get out a heavy vote in Novem
ber. The report that many prominent
Republicans here will vote for Bryan Is
FUEL OIL FOR WARSHIPS
Test to Be Made With Monitor
Wyoming, Just HeHtted.
MARE ISLAND NAVY TARD. Oct. 8.
The monitor Wyoming was placed in
commission at the Navy Yard today af
ter having been out of service for three
years, during which time oil-burning
furnaces have been Installed. Com
mander J. J. Knapp Is In command of
the vessel. Important tests will be
made with the Wyoming to determine
the advisability of Installing oil-burning
furnaces on the large ships of the
JACOBS' TROUBLES HEAVY
Jailed for Violating Local Option
Law, City Brings Charges.
EUGENE. Or.. Oct. . (Special.)
Joseph Jacobs, who has been fined and
Imprisoned for violation of the local
option law, was today found guilty of
violating the city's liquor nuisance ordi
nance. He will be sentenced tomorrow
morning at . o'clock. Jacobs was again
arrested this morning for violation of
the local option law. He was bound over
with his bail fixed at 1500.
RIOT LEADER GOES FREE
Thought Convictions Cannot Be Se
cured In Springfield Cases.
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Oct. 8. The Jury
In the case of Abe Raymer. alleged mob
leader, charged with destruction of prop
erty during the recent riots, returned
a verdict of not guilty today. Raymer
had previously been acquitted of murder
In connection with the lynching of Wil
liam Donnegan. an aged negro. This ac
quittal Is taken to mean that convictions
cannot be obtained In the remaining riot
BOY'S HANDS BLOWN OFF
Lad Holds Dynamite Stick While
Playmate Applies) Match.
TACOMA. Wash., Oct. 8. (Special.)
Holding a stick of dynamite between
his fingers, while hlo companion held
a lighted match to tt to see if it would
burn. Ernest A. Olson, aged II years,
lost both hands, which were blown off
tonight by the explosion of the charge.
Leslie Depew, his young companion,
was also Injured, but not seriously.
Although ths Olson lad will probably
recover, he will be maimed for life.
URGED TO FIGHT CANNON
Methodists Get Instructions From
BALTIMORE. Md.. Oct. 8. The legis
lative committee of the Temperance So
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
which Is conducting a movement against
the re-election not only as Speaker, but
also as a Representative in Congress of
Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois, today gave
out a letter addressed "To Methodist
voters" for their guidance In the ftVrt
against Mr. Cannon. The voters be
longing to the Methodist Church aie
urged to fight his re-ejection.
Present With Jury at
GIYES NO SIGN OF UNEASINESS
Taking of Testimony Begun in
TWO WITNESSES HEARD
City Physician Zelgler Says Martin's
Scratches Not Made by Cat Rob
inson Tells of Finding: of Body
of Wolff His Nerve.
Edward Martin cat listening with
eager Interest to the ghastly story of
the Nathan Wolff murder, yescerday.
His manner was that of one hearing
the horrible tale from the standpoint
of a disinterested spectator.' If the
crime was of bis doing he gave no
sign when the state's attorney went
from detail to detail of the tragedy.
No guilty man could conduct himself
In this free and open manner, say
Martin's lawyers. Only a man of iron
nerve such as Martin Is displaying
could commit such a murder, the state's
attorneys reply. If he la guilty it is
clear he must have shut the tragedy
from his mind so that to him there Is
only the vague memory of a disordered
morphine orgy for which he does not
hold himself responsible, say those who
have had long experience In observing
Martin says over and over again
that he Is Innocent. His counsel saye
that his Innocence will be proved. The
prosecuting officers say he Is guilty.
They add that his guilt will be proved.
Views Bloody Ax With Perfect Ease
When the bloody ax with which
Wolff was literally hacked out of hu
man semblance was put forward as an
exhibit during the afternoon, Martin
leaned well forward for a better view
of the ghastly object. When the Jury
was taken to the Wolff pawnshop to
inspect the scene of the murder, Mar
tin went along. He showed the same
keen Interest in the fixtures and ar
rangement of the place aa be did in
the other unpleasant details of the
trial. There was nothing of nervous
ness In his manner. Rather, he was
remarkably self-possessed and at en:e.
"It was a horrible thing; the man that
did It was the lowest of brutes!" That
was his comment as the story of the
murder was recounted and the scene
was gone over. Repeatedly his eyes
met the searching looks of Jurors. He
met these looks freely and frankly.
His attitude was something entirely
new for a defendant in a murder trial.
Mrs. Martin, a comely woman dressed
in black, sat behind him during part
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Hlsgen Addresses Disappointed Au
diencesReceipt of Anonymous
Letters Is Denied.
RENO, Nev., Oct 8. (Special.) Hisgen
and his Independent party spoke to a
crowded but disappointed house here tonight.-
- The report that Hearst was to
be with the party had caused a large
number of curious ones to gather in
anticipation of hearing the man who has
started a new political party.
Hlsgen spoke for a half hour, paying
particular attention to bringing out the
points of the Nevada state police bill, the
enactment of which he laid at the doors
of both political parties.
The cause of Hearst's failure to spesk
In Nevada was given out today as the
result of anonymous letters received by
George Cole, state manager for the partyl
In which threats were made of dynamit
ing the hall where Hearst was to speak.
Cole, late tonight, asked that the report
"There Is absolutely no truth In the re
port." said Cole. "Instead of receiving
letters threatening to dynamite us, we
axe receiving praise and encouragement
from all directions and have nothing to
OBJECT TO JURY FOREMAN
Halns' Counsel Say Williams Was
Friend of Annls.
s NEW YORK, Oct, 8. Justice Garret
son in the Supreme Court at Flushing,
1 I., today refused to act on the sug
gestion of counsel for Peter C. Hains,
Jr., and T. Jenkins Halns that Foreman
William H. Williams be dropped from
the grand Jury which is hearing evi
dence in the matter of he killing of
William E. Annis by Captain Halns.
Counsel for the Hains brothers was
not present, but a representative ap
peared and at his request the Justice
consented to hear further argument to
morrow.. The objection to Mr.. Williams Is
based on the allegation that he was a
friend of Annis.
CHAUFFEURS' VICTIM DIES
Boy Shot in Clash Between Strikers
and Nonunion Men Succumbs.
NEW TORK, Oct. 8. Robert 'Quailey.
the 14-year-old school boy who was shot
last sight while, standing in -front of hue
home - during a , clash between" striking
and nonunion chauffeurs, died today.
Robert Stuttsk and Richard Dineen
have been placed under arrest in con
nection with the occurrence. Both are
said to be special officers of the Taxicab
Company, against which the chauffeurs
are on strike.
ROSLYN MARRIES AGAIN
Earl Divorced by American Woman
Takes English Wife.
. LONDON, Oct. 8. The Earl of Roslyn,
who last year was divorced by his sec
ond wife, who was a Miss Anna Robin
son, of New York, today entered upon
a third matrimonial venture. He was
married In a registry office this after
noon to Vera Bailey, the daughter of an
ex-officer of Lancers. ' ,
WHEN IT'S EASY, WHY NOT MAKE 'EM
THFfliLI& RELIABLE C6CKSSR!
Six Games Between
Chicago and Detroit.;
FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Seventh Game if Teams Should
Be Tied in Sixth.
FOUR. UMPIRES CHOSEN
Victory of Chicago Over New York
to Be Followed by Contest Be
tween Winners of Two
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
. IN FORMEB YEARS.
1 Boston, 3; Pittsburg T
2 Boston, 3; Pittsburg, 0
6 Pittsburg, 5: Boston 4
7 Pittsburg. 2; Boston, 11
8 Pittsburg, 3: Boston, 6
ctrr 10.. Plttsburir. 3: Boston. 7
Oct. 13 Boston. 1; Pittsburg, 0
Games won American, 0; Nation
Oct. .B.Philadelphia, 0; New Tork, 3
Oct. 10. New York. 0; Philadelphia, 3
Oct. 12. Philadelphia, 0; New York, 0
Oct. IS. New York, 1; Philadelphia. 0
Oct. 14. New York, 2; Philadelphia. 0
Games won Nationals, 4; Ameri
Oct. 9 Cubs. 1; White Sox, 3
Oct. 10 Whits Sox. 1; Cubs. 7
Oct. 11. .... . .. .Cubs, 0; White Sox, 3
Oct. 12 Whit Sox, 0; Cobs, 1
Oct. .13 Cubs. ; White Sox. 8
Oct. 14 White Sox, 8; Cubs, 3
Games won Americans, 4; Nation
Oct. S.Chicago, 3: Detroit, 8 (12 In.)
Oct. 9 Chicago, 3; Detroit,
Oct. 3rt Chicago, 5; Detroit, 1
Oct. 11 Ietro:t, 1; Chicago, 6
Oct. 12..' Detroit, 0; Chicago, 2
Games won Nationals, 4; Ameri
cans, 0. On tied.
"CINCINNATI, Oct. 8. Beginning at 8
P. M. on October 10, the baseball teams
of Detroit and Chicago, which have Just
won the closest recorded contest for the
championships of the American, and Na
tional Leagues, wilt meet at Detroit to en
ter upon a six-day; series of games for
the baseball ohamplonship of the world.
But one game -will be played at Detroit
before the scene shifts and Sunday and
Monday contest will be played at Chioa
go. while Tuesday and Wednesday games
are to be played at Detroit and the sixth
game, if one is necessary, will then be
transferred to Chicago.
Some Rules Are Xew.
Some additional rules have been adopted
governing such contests, although in most
respects the rules will be as at previous
games. The National Baseball Commis
sion will be in charge, but the immediate
control of the games is given to two
umpires from each league. For the Na
tional League, Umpires O'Day and Klem
were designated by President Pulliam.
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Blighted Romance Due to Refusal
of Girl's Father to Let Her
Wed Idle Youth.
NEWBURYPORT. Mass.. Sept. 8.
(Special.) Howard E. Smith, captain of
the Dartmouth track team of 1905, and
one of the best known college athletes
of the last 10 years, brought suit today
against Miss Crythyla Wales Knapp.
daughter of L. C. Knapp, a retired mil
lionaire, charging breach of promise to
marry, and demanding 820,008 damages.
The news of the suit created a sen
sation. Smith Is from one of the best
known families of New England and
Miss Knapp at the time of her mother's
death -two years ago inherited $550,000
In her own right. In his complaint
Smith charges that he and Miss Knapp
became sweethearts when they were
classmates at the High School her In
1900; that they became engaged when
fie went to Exeter In 1901, and that In
1906 she agreed to marry him within
a year, and that she has refused to keep
Smith, who is now located In New
York, says he doesn't know why the
engagement was broken. Here it Is said
that Miss Knapp's father refused her
permission to wed unless Smith quit liv
ing on an allowance and went to work.
ISSUES REPORT ON CROPS
Department of Agriculture Sends
Out Supplemental Bulletin.
WASHINGTON. . Oct. 8. A supple
mental report on crop . conditions was
Issued by the Department of Agriculture
today. Besides giving the crop figures
announced yesterday. It gives the fol
lowing: " Condition per cent aged apples. 43.4;
cranberries, 68.3; grapes, 83.9; hops,
quality, . 92.6 peanuts, 85.4; sorghum,
84.8; sugar beets, 85.4; sugar cane, S9.6;
sweet potatoes, 85.5.
The preliminary estimate of rye total
production Is given as 30.921.000 bushels,
against 31,666,000 for 1907. and hay, 67,
743,000 tons, against 63,677,000 last year.
The production estimates on a basis
of 100 representing a full crop Include:
Beans, dry, 79; cabbage, 73.5; clover seed,
90.8; hemp, 86.2; hops, pounds per acre,
1064.8; onions, 83.4; tomatoes, 80.2; water
melons, 79.7. ,
The average condition of seventeen im
portant crops representing nearly 90 per
cent of the value of all " farm crops,
weighed according to their relative im
portance, was on October V for the
United States 77.8, against 79.7 Septem
ber 1. .
TAFT FRIEND TO LABOR
Hughes Says He's Been Acting While
WICHITA, Kan., Oct. 8. "Vote for Mr.
Bryan's new proposals and you will sup
port the next of kin, the heir-at-law, the
very twin of Mr. Bryan's old 16 to 1
This assertion was made by Governor
Hughes, of New York, to the voters of
Kansas today In a speechmaklng tour
In the state which culminated here to
night. Sir. Hughes spoke at eight towns,
to assemblies of farmers, railroad opera
tors and business, men. ' At Herlngton,
Kan., after leaving St. Joseph, Mo., Mr.
Hughes, pointing his linger at. a crowd
of workingmen, declared, "Don't let any
body tell you that Mr. Taft is not the
friend of labor. Mr. Taft has done more
for labor than haa any of his opponents.
While his opponents have been indulging
In new policies gotten up to catch your
fancy, the Republican candidate has had
his coat off and with sleeves rolled up
has been tackling some of the hardest
Jobs that ever confronted this country."
DIGS OUT GOLD IN CHUNKS
American .(Finds Richest Mine on
Record in Canada.
, PORT ARTHUR, Ont, Oct. 8. (Spe
cial.) Peter King, an American pros-,
pector, has startled the people here by
a phenomenally rich discovery of gold
in the Sturgeon Lake district, where
he has been exploring since early Sum
mer. He exhibits rich samples of gold
bearing quartz, from which the gold is
protruding in chunkB, and shows a
number of nuggets, several of which
weigh over an ounce each.
He states these samples give but a
poor impression of the richness of his
mine, which is so rich that he is hav
ing the ore bagged as It comes from
the diggings and has It watched night
and day by armed guards. It Is by far
the richest gold find ever made In this
part of Canada.
LOSES LIFE TO SEE GAME
Fireman Falls to Death and Many
NEW YORK, Oct. 8. One man wss
killed, another was seriously Injured and
many hurt during the scramble to secure
'points of vantage from which to view the
baseball game and In the rush Into the
field when the last New York batter was
H. McBrlde. a city fireman, lost Ms life
by falling from an elevated railroad liter
outside the grounds.
A list of the persons injured cannot be
compiled, as the injuries consist mainly
of sprains and sruises sustained In the
crowding to get seats and the small riots
that occurred at the Conclusion of the
Spokane Father's Meet
ing With Daughter.
EMBRACE IN RESTAURANT
Girl Deserts Orchestra at Her
Father's Cry of Joy.
APPLAUSE GREETS KISS
After Quarrel Over Unacceptable
Lover, Dr. Manly Seeks Out His
' Child in Chicago Restaurant.
Will Daughter Go Home?
CHICAGO. Oct. 8. (Special:"! Dreamy,
reminiscent music was being played by
the orchestra when a gray-haired and
white-bearded man., bent by his years,
with wavering step slowly wended his
way up front among the after-theater
Suddenly he stopped and adjusted his
gold-rimmed glasses that he might bet
ter scrutinize the musicians. Thon he
dropped his cane upon the floor, waved
his arms wildly with Joy and exclaimed:
"My Florence!" and the cafe was in an
Embrace Interrupts Music.
"Florence" noticed what was going on,
and after a puzzled look of a few sec
onds' duration shouted back: "My fa
ther!" The violin was tossed aside anil she
darted from her place on the stage and
kissed and lovingly embraced the vis
itor, and the rest of the tune was lost
among the plaudits of Jhe diners, who
were quick to discern that a little melo
drama from real life was being en
acted. Daughter Found at Last.
Professor Francisco Ramos, with the
remaining members of the orchestra,
struck up "Home, Sweet Home," and
there was not a dry eye in the place
as the pretty girl and old man with
arms entwined about each other walked
through the front door of Vogelsang's,
cafe, for that's where Dr. Sherry H.
Manly, a. wealthy physician of Spokane,
Wash., found his youngest daughter on
Tuesday night after her absence of more
than two years.
That's only the first scene. The second
will take place late tomorrow night,
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INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY Maximum temperature, 75
degrees; minimum. 49.3.
TODAY Probably showers and cooler;
Servians clamor for ar with Austria and
Montenegro may join them. Page 7.
Austria sends warship to Belgrade and
threatens to annex &?rvla. Paste 1.
"Wilbur Wright makes three flights with
airships and passengers. Pago 15-
Taft registers at Cincinnati and arranges for
tour of Ohio. Page 4.
Hearst scared away from Reno by threat of
dynamite. Page 1.
Watterson calls Taft's campaign family af
fair of Roosevelt's. Page 5.
Sherman wins Ohio workmen , by shaking
grimy hands. Page 6.
Brjan renews assault on Roosevelt. Pag 6
Nevada Judge refuses divorce to Virglna
Harned snd E. H. Sothern unless they
appear personally. Pag 1.
Colonel Stewart not allowed to call In wit
nesses or take riding and walking tests.
Proof that Erb was beaten before h was
shot dead. Page 4.
Trans-Mississippi ongres committee op
poses parcels post and favors ship sub
sidies. Page 7.
Dramatic meeting of father and daughter In
Chicago restaurant. Page 1.
American and two Spaniards murdered by
Filipinos. Pag 4.
t j Hill writes to Waterways Convention
condemning railroad laws and favoring
deep waterways. Page 6.
Famous colleg athlete sues ..heiress for
breach of promise. Pag 1.
Coast League soores: Portland 1. Ie An
geles 1; San Francisco 3, Oakland 0.
pM - .
Chicago wins National League championship
at New York. Pag 8.
Chicago and Detroit to beghi world's cham
pionship games Saturday. Pag 1.
Facifle Coast. -
Reelvr appointed, for Albany Farmers'
Company; W. H. Goltra makes charges
of fraud. Pag 6-
Promoters of Molalla road bellv bonds can .
be sold readily. Pag 0.
Ixroe robber holds up stag within half a
mile of Roseburg. Psg .
Oregon Prbytrlan synod in session at
Ashland. Pag 6.
Commercial and Marine.
Eight cents paid for Oregon hops. Pag 19.
Wheat in stronf demand and higher at
Chicago. Pag 19-
Havy selling of stocks for European ac
count. Pag 10-
British steamship Knight of th Thistl.
clears for Hull wit mlxd cargo of
grain. Pag 18.
Portland and Vicinity.
Jury completed and taking of testimony be
gun in Martin murder eas. Pag 1.
Master Fish Warden reviews river war In
report. Page 18.
Wtemen-ln-saloon law to be given early test
as result of raid on Turn Hallu. Pag
Cottel will oppose granting of restaurant,
licenses to saloons. ; Pag 13.
Outside cities subscribing for Country Club
Twelve-year-old lad shoots and kills brother
by accident. Psge 11
Democrats dream of election of Bryan.
Secretary McArthur finds Southern Oregon
1 ' t . Pan 12.
Pioneers of W. C. T. V. work speak at con
vention. Page 13.