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SEI FOR JULY
'WASHINGTON, Mm -Walter Wvllmnn nnnouncci that lie will
renew liU oflorts to reii h the Pole lv balloon In Jul)
WASHINGTON, Ma 4 Minister Lclshnian cables tliat smallpox
Ins lirokpn out In tlic ravaged districts of Turke) anil that an epidemic
of fever, duo to the mimxis of unburncd ilcad Is fenreil The Minister
nppo.ils fur the assistance of the H el ('mm.
PARIS AGAIN IN TROUBLE.
PARIS, Ma 4 Postal nnil otliei Rorrnmcnt emplo)es threaten
to renew their great strike The gov eminent Is taking drastic measures
to prevent J
GREAT STRIKE IN BUENOS AYRES.
lll'ENOS AYRHS, May 4 Two hundred thousand men lire out on
a strike Six Hundred arrests nave ueen mane
Capt. Haiiis' Mother
On Witness Stand
FLUSHING, Ma 4 Captain
der case today and icillnpsed on the
mother testified In the mur-
In the kaleidoscopic whirl of the
ll.ilns lasc these inlet events stand
April 30, 1900 Capt P. C Halns
JrTthen a lieutenant In the Artillery
Corps, stationed nt Port Hanks, near
lloston, married Claudia Llbb), theti
beventeen )carB old.
Ma 29, 1908 Capt. Halns, re
turning from the Philippines, was
told thut his wife had been the ten
ter of many orgies ut Port Hamilton.
William U Annls, u magazine pub
lisher, was said to have been her
companion Haines charged his wife
with Infidelity with Annls, and she
signed a confession, Inter repudiat
ed, In the presence of Utn P. C
Halns, father of the Captain; Major
John P. Halns and Thornton Jenkins
May 30, 1908 Mrs. Halns left
Port Hamilton nnd went to her moth
ir'H home nt Wlnthrop, Highlands,
Juno 23, 190S Cipt Halns filed
a suit In lloston for dlvoice, nam
ing William H Annls as co-iespond-cnt.
July 1, 1908 Overtures made for
a compromise l which Halns
should withdraw his suit and allow
his wife to get a divorce In South Da
kota, with custody of their three
children. Overtures rejected
Aug 1, 190S Reports begin cir
culating that Mrs. Halns will tile
charges In hei husband's divorce, suit
that he compelled' her to engage In
Aug 15, 100S Capt Halns, ac
companied by his brother, T. J.
IIiiliis, went to the Ilaysldo Yacht
Club, where Opt. HnlnB killed An
nls with a magazine pistol as lie was
crossing to the pier on his sloop
Aug. lfi, 1908 Capt Halns and
Thornton Halns held at Long Island
City Police Court for murder, wlth-
oulout hall, and committed to the
Queens County Jail.
Aug 17, 1908 Story Is revived
that Thornton J. Halns had killed
his chum, Edward A. Hannegan, In
n email boat In Hampton Roads
innnj ears before and had been
acquitted on the ground of self-defense
Aug. 8. 1908 William E. Annls
Aug. 19, 1908 Charges began to
be made that the army circles at
Port Hamilton had "Round Table"
scandals that were worse than those
of the German Army.
Dec 14, 1908 Thornton Jenkins
Halns placed on trial for murder at
April 19 1909 Trial of Capt.
Peter Halns Jr begun.
Prediction That Street of the Gay
Capital Will Run With Blood.
Openly and Freely
PARI8, France, April 10. "You
will see the streets of Paris running
with blood ere long," solemnly pro
phesied a leading royalist today. The
rovalUta are Inclined to exaggerate
the seriousness uf conditions In the
French capital, but It certainly Is
true that not slnco the da)s of Gen
eral lloulangcr has revolution been
m openly and so freely talked as It
Is today The outlook would be
more alarming, however, If the rev
olutlonlsts knew just what they want
or whom they Bhould choose for
In the eyes of the public the head
nnd front dt the present agitation is
Citizen Patnutl, chief of the Electri
cians' Union. His name sends fear
Into the hearts of the bourgeois shop
keepers nnd other employers.
"Premier Clemenccau and others
pretend to smile at the great success
of their meeting In the Hippodrome,"
said Pataud today In discussing the
Bltuntlon, "hut they will laugh out
of the wrong corner of tjielr mouths
If the) think this movement Is not
serious. This isn't the end. The
dance Is Just about to begin; the or
chestra Is merely tuning up
MERU, France. April 10. The
strike of the buttonmakers of Meru
has entered upon a critical phase.
All the departmental authorities are
hurrying hero and gendarmes nro
coming by ovory train. Mnny ar
rests hnve been made. Negotiations
hnvo been futile nnd disorders broke
out last night that recalled the revo
lutlon. Agitators came down from
Paris nnd harangued tho mob, nftcr
which tho strikers stormed nnu
wrecked four button factories and
practically dcstroed tho residences
of their cmploicrs.
The trouble nrlses from n reduc
tion of 30 per ccn. In wages macio
by the employers' association as a ro
buII of Jupancse competition.
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YOUN OEVAN8 WINS Savnnnh,
Ga., April IS. Young Evans of New
York had little difficulty In winning
tho decision over Ous Gardner of
Philadelphia In a lG-round bout hero
VJiTAEi; HAS MIS flHT.PS wwt-n
President Tnft Is one of the most
democratic of men, although It Is Im
posslblofor him to bo as free and
easv as In former dais, ilnce he be
came President. Instead of having
his shoes shlned at any stand that.
comes along, Mr. Tnft travels In tho
beaten paths and Is constantly
guarded by secret Bervlce men.
Tuft has always been of a very
modest nature, although never hcsl
tnttug to nssumc responsibilities as
thev come, along. The Midland
Magazine publishes the following
story coming from Governor Judson faith In'him, all untried
Harmon of Ohio on how Tit ft got his
"Tvvcnty-onn eniH ago, about this
time," he recounts, "thcro was n
vacnncy In the Superior Court. t
know, because I mnde It in) self by
taking my resignation In person In
Governor Poraker, He had Just
served n short term on that bench
himself, nnd I thought he would like
to fill the vncancy, without assist
ance, "To my Burprlso he nt onco made
me sit In conference myself. Wo
discussed the names of many excel
lent men, and ho finally said It would
be most fitting to choose a son of
one of the great judges who had
inado tho court famous. Among
these sons was a oung man, not Jet
30 years old. He was full of prom
ise, but rather scant an performance,
and he had had little time or oppor
tunity. I was authorized to tender
"On my" return home I hunted up
the youngster, and found him nt the
office of his father's firm, of which
he had Just become n member.
"He wus at work at his desk and
arose to meet me with evident sur
prise, which he must have been born,
with because ho had always had It
and there was nobody to get It from.
"When I told him my errand he
was the picture of astonishment and
dismay. He blushed and was speech
less. He did not know that there
wns to bo a vacancy nobody did
or ever dreamed that ho might be
thought of In that connection.
"When he collected himself some
what he said he was not qualified for
so Important a place, that he had
had little practice of any sort and
that 'little had been almost entirely
In state and county cases, as assist
ant to tho prosecutor and solicitor.
"I feared he would decline on tho
spot, but ho finally took the mat
ter under advisement, and It was
only after much hesitation that he
sonio das Inter told me he would do
his best to justify tho Governor's
confidence. From that day forth I
have felt toward him like an cider
brother I came near saying n 'big'
"But, .really, our joung man had
hardly time to show the stuff lib was
mado of when along came tho Gov
ernment nnd carried him off. It haH
held on to hlm ever since, and It Is
doubtful whether wo shall ever get
"Ills later honors have all come,
to him as the first one did. Ho has
been more of a ruler of men than
any American ever before. Ho hna
dealt with princes and potentates
land dwelt in a palace. He now holds
one of tho highest placeB In the na
tion, but I know he still keeps tho
Innermost corner of his heart for the
old friends at home, who nut their
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