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MO 75 WASHINGTON D DO 0 FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 1906 ONE CENT
BLAME ARMY JOKES JOKESJN JOKESllT
JN PERSHING
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eral eralIs Is Explained ExplainedJFriGiuls plaiiiecL plaiiiecLY laillel laillelCALL
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CALL L REPORTThT R PCII P t BjMOU BjMOUFli > CD CDTItiOI1TS
JFriGiuls Fli llls of Accused Accnsed Officer ffi fiiocr l Coin GOJUto Cointo
to His Defense DefenseAttempt DefenseAttemIJt Defellseattempt
Attempt to Influence In uenee Action of Sen Sennfc Scnute Senate
ute Military JUlItnr Committee to
PerMliInprN PcrHlaln N Nomination to Be BrigadlerSenntor Brig Brigadier DrJgatIIcrSenntor ¬
adier atIIcrSenntor adlerSenntor Senator Warren Goes Over Overthe Oerthe Overthe
the Whole Pllole Cn Cane e ami Rldi Ridicule u1 hies H It ItDenial itDeninl t tDenlnl
Denial of Letters Being SPpii SPpiiSe Sanfc v K KSenator rt
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Senator Se Seth or r Warren spoke unhesttatutglr unhesttatutglryesterday u Mltiatbtttfsterdayt t1 t1yesterday
yesterday sterdayt about the tb scandaJens ca cacabled reperft reperftcabled rehSI rehSIeebled
cabled from MataU Manila in regard to tobJaW 1 1inlava Mb4 Mb4ialaw
ialaw Brig D Gen John J Pershing Pershingreport Persldisgreport
report pert we WtNi w > s met new 1 JW to Senator Warren WarrfiaRe WarrenHe Wan WanR
He R heard It Lamm PWR an army officer of icer nearly nearlya rt7 rt7fl
a yaw ago Th The officer had1ifIIYttI bad serred with withG WItJtGIft
G GIft n Pershmg then a captain in Zam Zemboanga Zamb Zamboanga
b boanga lUlga He w wrote rete te to Senator Warren 10 10dotty 18det todstiy
dotty det y and denounce as outrageous a repert re repvrt re repWrt
pert afflicting alf dJng Penhing1 character ash dto ashto amito
to War that tn t he had been ft Quartermaster gaarternatautertt Quartermasterttesrs QrtertarPersbh1f
tt ttesrs s when Pershtaff was adjutant generI gen genet geneni ¬
erI et eni and 1 had lived in I toe same house housewith hbueewith e ewtUt
with hiss him It and in adjoining Adjot AdjotHI rants rantsI rooms roomsI
HI I know Jack Pershtaf Per to > IEe e a brave braveabte bravable braveable
able highminded mail We W have cam campaigned camJIiglioo campaigned ¬
paigned together alb together drank drankfrom draakfrem drankfrom
from the asm Same bottle Dottie and I pronounce pronouncethis JIOMU pronouncetints Ce Ceuart
this uart report ftsPert as an infamous falsehood from frombeginning fromb frombe
beginning b be Ipnlsg nb to end endLatnr eadLa i iLaMar
Latnr La LaMar Senator Warren arrftl aw this otftcerIn officer officeria oftkerIA
ia person and asked ask him to tell him himwhat hllIIwhat himwhat
what be knew of the affair What he helanrnem1 1IeIMrJ belesrnid
lanrnem1 l was reassuring and absolutely ntbsoluteireeifuI absolutelywmwltteing utely utelyu
eeifuI wmwltteing u og It proved to be it a COM of a ajok ajeke ajoke
jok joke developing into a scandaltlithe scandal scudaLAllthe scandalAll
All Allthe ithe Result Re must of GoxKip GoxKipA Go lp lpA
A sort of badinage it aeens of doubt doubtful cJowWtut dosbtful ¬
ful propriety came finally lIy to the ears earsof earaof eatsof
of the army women and imaged into the thewast theYast thevant
wast volume of army gossip and nd after aftermonths after1enlbs afterninths
months of whiskered r repetition etitisn readied readiedthe reMMdtjte reachedthe
tjte the United States and came to be ac accepted laC laCcepW soceptlod ¬
cepted as truth trothLast truthLast truthLast
Last March McueIIt1to the report got into the theWMt thelIIt theWhite
White lIIt HQMM H hi an anonymous letter ThePresident The ThePresident Thep
President p was shocked by it but gave gaveit aftIt gaveit
it no credence simply handing baJId It over to toSecretary toSeere6uy toSecretary
Secretary Taft aft for his considerationSecretary consideration considerationSecretary coauddcratJonSecretary
latt
Secretary TaXt alt submitted the matter con confidentially COIaftdeftltaJly confidentially ¬
fidentially to MaJ Gen George W Davis Daviswho Dav DavWM Daviswho
who had served in the Philippines and andhad andbad andhad
had commanded the division lon in which whichPftrshfng whicbP whichPershing
Pftrshfng P saw w service He at one once as assured as assured assured ¬
sured the Secretary that there could be beno beno heno
no truth tnrthJn m in such a story tory and set t about aboutSetting aboutgettka aboutgetting
Setting the facts tact He ftnaily ran the thethine tJtetht thething
thing tht down and found It not only 08 had hadno hadno
no foundation to but in almost al every everystajjce 11I tnstanp 11IBt
stajjce Bt stanp ttmjdr be tipced tri ceiI to spate some ettoer ettoerbecause eAiaerd
d because 1teca Pershing Perahh eg bad been beento beentr beennroamotloq
tr 91011 9I01IID nroamotloq fresh s etil + tsstcj tsstcjto f fto
to be I Ipf IpfLetters
bef
f Sio o Letter LctterKto to Senators SenatorsThe SenatorThe 5cnntorsThe
The report cabled from Manila as hav bavlnn having 1tayJngb ¬
ing Jngb lnn beta bet published tit the Manila qUa Amen American AmerlcaR Amencan ¬
can states that letters bad been sent to toSenators tosrw toStishatOm
Senators who are members of the MilItary Mili Military MJUtarY ¬
tary Committee to prevent the conflrma conflrmation coaftnQamil confirmatha
mil of C Penshfng No Senator nator however howevercould Rowe howeverCosid r rcowIdk
could cowIdk b be found who had received such let letters JetteriiL t tter ¬
ters ter When the nomination nomination of ctapt ctaptP8IslftR < apt apLPershing aptPersttiRg
PersttiRg P8IslftR to be a brigadier came up p tome tomew some somewaaks me mew
waaks w ago a Senator Senator Warren told the the com committee COIDm committee ¬
mittee m lee that there was controversy over overit OetIt overIt
it in in the arose and that there were let letlers JetlEnS letbra
lEnS for and against K It He explained explainedthat explainedthat explainedthat
that he had never asked that Penning Penningbe
be made a brigadier but that several severalyears 8eeralyars severalyears
years before his daughter bad met himhe him himhe himbe
he had allowed aikw < wd himself hlm ell to be interested interestedin
in the sftlee officer r because of his merit andhad and andhad aacIha4ivrsed
had ha4ivrsed urged at the War Department when whenSecretary whenSecF whenSorefnhr
Secretary SecF Root was there there that Penning Penningbe
be m made de a major majorSenator majorsaator majorSenator
Senator Warren offered to absent him himself hI hIelf himself ¬
self from the meeting of the commfttae committeewhen commfttaewhen COIIIMItteehen
when hen Pershtogs nomination Ilomlnatl came up 11 but butthe butthe t tthe
the members of the committee were onus unanimous onusknees ¬
knees 1 HM18 for confirmation and insisted that thatbe ttbew thathe
be bew should remain remainThe remainTIM remainThe
The Senator Senft tor and Gen Penhing Penbln had a afrank afrank afrank
frank talk about the scandal when the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter was in Washington recently Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Warren 5W yesterday yest thai he knew knewthe knewt knewthe
t the world well enough to boW that what whathte whathit whathis
hit soninlaw IDta told him was the truth and andhe andhe andhe
he believed Mite him himIJoe bimDoell himhoes
hoes IJoe Doell Not Want ant Divorqe DIvoreeThe DivorqeThe Dlvor < Cl ClTJle
The Senator spoke ke just as freely of the thereperts theJeD9rts thereports
reports he had heard that his daughter daughterthought daughtertght daughterthought
thought ef a r sepa separating > latlng from Gen a Persh PershIng Penh1ftE Persh1ug
Ing and bad evidently been fully advised advisedof adYIIIedof advisedof
of the reports current during the last 18 t fevrdays fev fevdays te teda
days da in Washington WuhID on that Mrs Penning Penninghud pehtatb Peraths Perathshad
hud spoken to an intimate friend about aboutsetting aboutsetting aboutgetting
setting a divorce Ali this he aid had hadnever adnt hadnever
nt never entered ORtltrtM her head He quoted a let letter Jettel letter ¬
ter he had recefved from her when thescandalous the thescnndaleue tilescandalus
scandalous tale Ih first st reached her knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge in which dch she said kl SIte would ouJd never neverbeMeve DeTerbeleva neverbehevo
beMeve anything fJtlng of the kind In this let letter letter letter ¬
ter ah she said Id to her father You stand by byJack byJack byJack
Jack no matter I ter what infamy may be said saidof saidof
of him himThe himTIM himThe
The President evidently made the appohitatrat ap appointment ap appolntaneat ¬
pointment of Pershing Pers lDg to be a brigadierwith brigadier brigadierwith brljidlerwlUt
with full knowledge of the reports and andjust an4j andjust
just j as evidently refused utterly otterl to place placethe placethe placethe
the least credence In them Gen Penh Pershing PenhIng Persblns
ing knowing k ewlng what his enemies e were do doing doe doeJng dolug ¬ =
lug sent t a large number of letters he re reeetwMl re reeeiwC noeelretj
eetwMl from old oSteer friends t and others othersto othersto othersto
to Senator Warren in order that the Sea Senator Seaator n nator ¬
ator might have every phase of the story
In Me htalpeoee0slon htalpeoee0slonAtneng possession possessionAmeng ion iontJften
Ameng tJften other things were ere two letters lettersfrom lettens lettensfroM lettersfrom
from a pre prominent maent journalist t in Now York
City Clt who wrote that he had hadlNtelSrom received
letters lNtelSrom from a brotherinlaw who was an anofficer ano
officer o in the constabulary in the Philip Philippines PhilipglTlng Philippines ¬
pines giving a most mo circumstantial ac account ac accouat account ¬
count of Pershings relations with a aMestlao AM aMtlao
Mestlao M woman Another account came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from a war correspondent eor spondeat living on the thePacific tbePacific thePaeldc
Pacific Const who had heard the stories storiesin storiesIn storiesIn
in Manila clubs None t of f theee accounts accountshad accountshad accountshad
had aJi a say > ytthlug thing butthereeay BUt butt heresay evidenceGen evidence evidenceGaa eYldeAceGea
Gen Pershing Per lnS with his wife and little littledaughter littled littledaughter
daughter d gnter sailed from Tokyo yesterdayfar yesterdayfarManite yeeterda3 r rMantkl r rlabia
labia ManiteTljft labiaTIa
Tljft TIa following oHo lnS telegram was w c u received by bySenator bySeJll bySenator
Senator Atr Warren tarren yesterday yesterdayOMdM yest yenerdayOoba dlly <
OMdM 0 Net N Nebr Dee DeeCa 36 36Cabfegrem eL eLCabkgmi
Cabfegrem Ca Cabkgmi m frm JlBBfl stating tINt Prhkec Pei PewfcJo iDg iDguttt asap asapslat a r riwd
slat a uttt 4 lived wit with a FHMw > WOMMH and that I Iw 1was Iwras
w was wras siWar wr Ware IICdee Of f the fact ta abntalclr cIr md mqoaMieiflj mqoaMieifljfalse 1IDIIaatIIedbfaJ angm angmfalmrMd
false falmrMd e a Wi malfeiBiu 1Ct Thert h net one xwd of iwtfc ttathisItNO iwtfcym IiaIt
isItNO iaIt r3 at Hheria Ybt is 1Lq m e tIU5 lItafMRrDt as ases a at
ym es v atr t t fie b06t bj t THOMAS HAX R NWUBE NWUBEhploki > ln lnuptaia K KCaptAtoi
CaptAtoi and II QMrtn Qoart Qaartmyamaeer QaartmyamaeerBing master masterKing IUrH1lngllnakon
King H1lngllnakon Hnakon Uncle in Norway XorrrayChrjstlftnhi NorwayClllililtltinfa NorwayChdetlnnn
Chrjstlftnhi Dec m 1ItJag King Haakon HaakonQuean H iT t iakon iakonQueen llkon llkonQue
Quean Que n Maud and Crown Prince Princet PrinceOlaf Olaf of ofNorway orN ofNtftwrky
Norway N r returned here today from their theirvisit theirvISit theirvisit
visit to BnglJind nn gland and Germany GermanyBaltimore GermanynlUmore GermanyBaltimore
Baltimore nail Ohio R It RThe ItT Itm
m The T e tfhhitago GhicaffO hl agOLllnIUtd1b Limited lianveg Yt8 Washing
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DATA FOR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTEvidence ROOSEVELTEyidence ROOSEVELTEvidence
Evidence of Car Shortage Is IsEushed IsRushe IsIluslied
Eushed to Washington WashingtonBLAME WashillgtOllBLAJIE WashingtonBLAME
BLAME PLACED ON SHIPPERS SHIPPEESI
I Fail to Unload Cars Say Sa Witnesses Witnessesfor Vhtnesscafor VitnclJllcsfor
for the be Railroads at Investigation InvestigationBefore In InvestigationBefore elltlgntlon elltlgntlonDcfore
Before Interstate Iitter tnte Commerce Com Comiiiliisiou Commli Contniheslon
iiiliisiou mli loIl at Chicago ChicagoProminent ChicagoProminentTraffic Prominent ProminentTraffic PromInentFJ1rallIc
Traffic Men Are Present PresentChfen PrcMentClttcllltrO itrescntChieage
Chfen ClttcllltrO o > Dec 3iSkippers S ippentlt SWppers theme thumseivm thumseivmwere HIlUtres HIlUtresWeIe ilres ilreswere
were Warned by leading raih railroad oad men bet betfore lieCon be before
fore Interstate Commerce Commerce Cominfcttieen CominfcttieenHarmn CotalllIJII CotalllIJIIHanall ComudtgaleemsHarlan
Harmn and Lane here today for the thecar theear tbhecar
car shortage If the shippers would only onlyunload OldyualHd onlynaked
unload then goods from cars instead of ofusing ofuahlg ofusing
using them for storage purposes the rail railroad raIIro4 railroad ¬
road witnesses argued there would 08Jd be beears becan becars
ears enough or nearly enough to meet meetan JDeetaU meetan
an demands demandsChicago demaDdsCbteqo demandsChicago
Chicago felt a distinct shock of RoeseveltSan Roose Rooseveitian Roovdtian
veitian strenuoslty in connection with the thehearing theheartn thebearing
hearing heartn when W11 at the Presidential ttal ttalto com command cornramad ¬
mand to rUM ush that coalfamme owl evldenee mtIuce owldeuce
deuce a battery of gmpboptoones grephophenes wn wnhustled WM WMHtIed wrasbustled
hustled into the Majestic Hotel Botel that the thetOBCtaMNty thetl thetw
tw tOBCtaMNty tl > jut jc across the street t in I the theMieral tM1J1IQIIIQb theihliding
Mieral Bvfi 1J1IQIIIQb g might nt be transcribed tra in isrecord inrecord IIItbne
record time Relays Kelaysol of stenographers stenographersIng stetwgraplnenaverTkeptftyrknes pbelll pbelllfrr
averTkeptftyrknes tar frr frrI laik Fekeal Mfiuia Mfiuialog
log I to the hotel tel all day their eir netobeoks netobeoksfilled mtobeokafitted 8oka 8okaAthtcl
filled with testimony tl1lMJnylHtt hot from the wit witnesses wltnetIM6 witnesses ¬
nesses netIM6 HIlL lipsUp npsUp HIlLUp
Up to the grapbophoneg pbophones raced the thestenographers tilesteno thestenographers
stenographers steno sbouted shouted the testimony into intothe hItethe lotsthe
the machines at a the rate oif of 3f It wextis wwrIaminute a aminute a aminute
minute and turned the cylinders Q1t dws dwst8 ever evert overis
t t8 otherstenograpber8 who at top top8IJMM top8IJMMI speed speedtranscribed spiedtrap
I trap transcribed ctibed the words with their type typewriters typeI typewriters ¬
I writers
TCMthnon Testimony Soon Heady HeadyThirty nendyThIrty ReadyThirty
Thirty minute 1ItH after the session ad adjourned MjournAd adjourned ¬
journed all the testimony testh osy was ready rI for fortransmtealon fortraR8 fortransmission
transmission to Washington but a trail trailof trailor trailof
of frayed stenographers died out of of the theFederal theFederal thePeden
Federal Building and a big battery of ofgraphophones oCrapbopho ofgraphopbouea
graphophones a was angering = from hoc hocjournals JIotjourJs hotjournals
journals journalsThe jourJsT1ae journalsThe
The inquiry was a continuation eo tttloR of the theone thaone theone
one begun hi Minneapolis and a a7a a7aof A re > re reof +
of prominent railroad men were present JrMeatBut presentBut presentBut
But a small proportion of titers Uae testified testMedhowever tittaeclt tittaecltMWtYer testifiedhowever
however owing to lock of time thne and most mostof JnOIItof mostof
of the the witnesses wit will have to be recalled reeallecllater recalledinter recalledlater
laterThe latercar later
The car shortage iibor e aid Third Vice VicePresident VIceP VicePresident
President P t W V B BMdle of the Chicago ChicagoBock CbkabQRock ChicagoRock
Rock Island and Pacfllc Railroad M M1Iu1e17 fe felargely Islargely
largely due to shipper who having in inadequate Ina inadequate ¬
adequate a aate storage facilities use cars elufor elufortbat for forthat forthat
that purpose Fortyeight hours should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be the maximum xlmum time allowed shippers shippersto
to ui unload ad cars carsTho canrho carsThe
The tonnage facllltee of the countrys countrysrailroads COURWrsllroada eatatrysrailroads
railroads are inadequate to meet the theneeds theneeds theneeds
needs either of the railroads ra roads or the shippers ship shippers blppers ¬
pers but the former are doing doIa aH IntMlr intheir in intheir
their power to relieve the situation ttMUon Con Conditions ConclltlolS Conditlens ¬
ditions are worse in the South than In Inth Intho Inthe
th the North r owing to kick of terminal nal Ca faclnte CadHtc a aclUtC
dHtc dHtcThe clUtCThe clnteThe
The The Chicago Milwaukee Jlwaukee and St St Paul PaulRailroad PaulRallrOIId PaulRailrosd
Railroad said JCI Second VIeePresldeDt Vice 7lce President E BW EJtlcKenna E1V
W McKenna of oftbat that line Jlne brings about aboutL
L 1481 0 loaded freight cars into Chicago Chicagodaily ChlcaCOdally Chicagodaily
daily and the average avera c time a car remains remainsIn
In the city is seven days Under proper properconditions JMOpercoJMIltlon properconditions
conditions four days would be enough enoughA eno enoA
A movement Is on foot by the railroads railroadsto
to investigate the cause of this delay and andto aDdto andto
to devise remedies remediesI
MI I consider cGldec1OO K 100 nines miles In twelve hours hou houtair a afair afair
fair rate of speed for moving moy cars TheMilwwxukee The TheMilwaukee Theulvukee
Milwaukee road has Lttft 1 locomotives f fwhich ofwhich f fwhich
which an average of 42 4 per cent are out outof outof outof
of service serviceJ
J W i MMgely who said he was em employed etnpIoyl empioyed ¬
ployed by Stnyvesant Stuy Stuyv tIIIRnt ant Fish J J HOI E EH EH L LH
H Harrhnan E P RIpley and other otherrailroad vtdterrailroad otherrailroad
railroad financiers to investigate In lsa the car carmovement earmowme carmovement
movement t question recommended loa k a sort sentof sortof t tof
of car clearing house in which there therewould thenwould therewould
would be a pool of interests Intere t8 so far as the theuse theU8e theWe
use of cars was concerned concernedGetK concernedGet concernedGets
Gets Get Stock for Nothing NothingKansas lotbln1lanau NothingKansas
Kansas City Mo Dec DecAt 2 IAt At the Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission carshortage carshortagehearing car8bortagebearing carshortagehearing
hearing today to Il J JR R Crow president of ofthe ortlte ofthe
the Crow Coal and and Mining Company of ofKansas ofKanMS ofKansas
Kansas City to testified ll1ed in reply to a ques question question < n es estion
tion that S S T Fulton of Chicago Chle go assist assistant aistent assistsat ¬
ant to President Wlnchell Tncbell of the Rock RockIsland Rock RockIsiand RockIsland
Island Railroad holds 10000 20600 in stock st k in inthe Inthe Inthe
the coal company companyHe eotQpanyHe companyHe
He admitted Mr Fulton received the thostock tbostock thestock
stock without paying 1Dg for it it but said he heobtained heobtained heobtained
obtained the stock before he became em employed empIoed emplayed ¬
played by the Rock Island IslandPhiladelphia IslandPhUacklpbia IslandPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dec 301 IThe The purchasing purchasingagfrnt pU purchasingagent g gapat
agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad d lau liasinvited lauInTJted hasinvited
invited bids for tho construction of i iGOII iGOIIcan b0Wcare < W9j W9jcars
cars The contract will ill be awarded awardedwithin awardedwltb awardedwithin
within wltb a few days Their estimated cost costIs costIs I Iis
is GIOO + 1000000 060MO It is not expected that the therars thennI thetars
tars will wItJ be delivered before the latterpart latter hitterpart latterpart
part of next year With the placing of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this order the company will have ha e prderedwithin ordered orderedwithin l erecl ereclwithin
within the last two years nearly nearl MOQ9 001 ad additional additional additional ¬
ditional freight cars of various types typesIt typesIt typesIt
It is also said that the company Is get getting getting getting ¬
ting better service rvJee out of its cars than thanever thanever thanever
ever before The average movement of ofIts ofIts ofits
Its cars per day in 19 1St was 16B miles mileswhile mUeswhile mileswhile
while for tho same time this year ear the tlieaverage U Uaverage theaverage
average movement was 2719 71 miles a day dayAznlrnK dRYbnlnx daytfaleaa
AznlrnK and nrl Poinsettia f for Xmas XmasRoses XmnRoses NmarRoses
Roses violets c K o SffaffeY Hth Bye
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columoiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland NlarylandCloudy Cloudy today todaypossibly todaypossibly todaypossibly
possibly rain tomorrow fair fairnot fairnot fairnot
not much change in tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture light variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUM SUMMARYPages ARY ARYPages
Pages TKI1SGIIAFIIIC TJ TI Lhi1GRAPIIIC1Carcartage IEGItAPJlIClcrtlbortap
1 Carshortage Evidence RtMh9d to toPrlIfIt toPros
Prestoem Pros ieet Roosevelt ROOIIenltIWoman Roosevelt1Woman
1 IWoman Woman Hurts H Baby from Window Wlndaw1Curtis Wl ow owICartH
1 ICartH Curtis Jett J ett Alone Killed Cockrfll coe1cr1Part Coekn1UIPart
1 1Part Part of Crater of o Vesuvius uvIus JfeHs Tn rnIPope n n1Pope
1 IPope Pope Hopes to Save Spain for Church ChurchI CJlurdtIJtIOJUe ChurchiJmxome
I IJtIOJUe iJmxome Jerome Af AftIT wr George D PerkinsHi PerklllLS Perkins PerkbsiH11tns
S iH11tns Hi Fta Questions Patricks trtek1 Sanity SanityS SiulftIDrea SliMts2Dryden
IDrea S Dryden May Meet Detent DetentI DftfeatIAttonley Detett1Attorney
IAttonley I Attorney General Bonaparte Loses LosesTenant L LtAJexaadrla LosesTaaant
Tenant TenantAlexandria TaaantfAlexandrht
Alexandria to Install I Are Lights LightsCOXCRHSFIOXAL UcIWLCOXGRDSSIO LightsCOSCRI1SS10SAL
COXCRHSFIOXAL COXGRDSSIO COSCRI1SS10SALiSenator AL AL1setor
1 1setor Senator Foraker Flays Pre President President4Howse Pr ldast ldast4Rohm I
4Howse 411 Kills Kill Mu0t Time Thus4Cmoey TI TIReport
4 4Cmoey Currency Report Submitted Submitted4Me SubmittedMamge
4 4Me Message on Aliens Coming Coming4Commlsskmers ComJa ComJa4eom Coming4Oammlwioner
4Commlsskmers 4eom Oppose Delegates DelegatesS DeJepteaLOCAL DelegatesLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALPoJlee LOCALSPolice
S SPolice Ponce Get Dr Leons Record RecenJtBr7ce ReceniBryce
9 tBr7ce Bryce Close Student of AmedoaSecretary America America5Secretary AlHdeBSSeefttary
5Secretary Secretary Sbaw Springs a a1Po Surprise Serprire Serprire7Portal
1Po 7 Postal ta1 Franks Canoe Deficit Deficit12Two DeAeklJTwo Deficit1Iwo
12Two Police Trial Boards Boa Needed Needed1Soutbena NeededleSouther
12 1Soutbena Southern f Machinists AVin Strike StrikeSMARD trfkeST StrikeWitnesses
SMARD ST DARD STOPS TESTIMONY TESTIMONYWitnesses TESTrn r NY NYWitnesses
Witnesses Tare So Badly thai Trust TnisiGalls TrustGalls TrustGalls
Galls Halt in Hearing HearingBelieved HearingcUeed HearingBelleved
Believed to Mean Practical Alm Inn Abandonment Inndonm a adonment ¬
donment donm Ilt of Fight Aftalnnt nlnt 3H 3Hwourl JIIPI JIIPIoud Jlisnourl
wourl An AntiTrust tiTr UK t Suit SuitNew SuitNew Suitr SuitNew
r
New York Dee The Standard CHI CHICompany 011CompaD Oilcompany
Company has practically abandoned Its Itsdefense Itsdef Itsdefeaes
defeaes defense def m fn the suits sul iI brought against it itby Itby itby
by the State of Missouri for violation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the antitrust laws there alter a stub stubborn stubborn stubborn ¬
born light that has lasted more than a ayear ayear
year and a half halfThe JaaJThe halfThe I
The end came today when w n the takingof taking takingof taklDfof
of testimony for the defense before Com Commissioner ComJDIeIIoner Commiseioeer ¬
missioner Anthony came to an abrupt halt halttoward halttoward halttoward
toward the aid of the morning session sessionThe sessionThe on onThe
The Standard Oil attorneys had pt nut sev several several several ¬
eral witnesses on the stand to refute r thetestimony the thetestimony thete3t1mofty
testimony of the witnesses of the rosecutlun prose prosecution prOJecuUua ¬
cution but they fared so badly at the thehands thehaDda thehands
hands of Attorney General Hartley of ofMissouri uCMlaouri ofMissouri
Missouri that it was decided to call ea l no nomere toJrre noacre
mere witnesses until a consultation cO ultation had hadbeen h8dbeen hadbeen
been held with M l S S Elliott EUlott the general generalcounsel generaJcounRI generalcounsel
counsel for the trust trustAfter trwr1At trustAfter
After At r th the morning session was over the theattorneys theattorM theattorneys
attorneys attorM tOr two of the three companies companiesinvolved companiesIllvolve4 companiesInvolved
involved the Republic Oil Company Com pan of ofCleveland ofCkYebuMI ofCleveland
Cleveland and the Standard Oil Com Company ComJJIUIy Company ¬
pany of o Indiana went to 26 2IGBt08dwa 2IGBt08dwaand Broadway Broadwayand Broadwayand
and had a long conference cm erenee with Mr El Elliott Elliott ElIott ¬
liott liott When hen they returned they consulted consultedwith urnmlted1itb eonsuitedwith
with Mr Hadley Hadle and the announcement announcementwas announcementwas
was then made that no more testimony testimonywould tesUmon tesUmonwould testimonywould
would be taken in New York YorkThere YorkThere YorkThere
There was some talk that other wit witnesses wltnesH witmesses ¬
nesses for the defense defen e might be examined examinedin
in the West V l but owing to the poor snow snowing show showIng showIng ¬
ing made thus far by the trusts witnesses wit witnesses wltIt ¬
nesses it is considered highly improbable improbablethat improbablethat Improbablethat
that the trust would care to put in any anymore ftn ftnmore anymore
more testimony testimonyWILL teUmon teUmonWILL testimonyWILL
WILL RETALIATE ON LORDS LOEDSCnninlicllBnnnernian LORDSCn LORDSCampbellBannerman
CnninlicllBnnnernian Cn CampbellBannerman 1plJ UDannerman Kexcnt Kill Killing IIIllug Killlug ¬
lug of ISiluuntloiial IiducnttonalBill IiducnttonalBillLondon Dill DillLondon DIULortdon
London Dec 30 3tIndicatfon Indication that vigor vigorous Igor Igorow ¬
ous 00 measur measures will be taken to retaliate retaliateon r tnURte tnURteon
on the House of Lords for killing the theeducation theeducation theeducation
education bill through its amendments amendmentsto amendmentto
to which the government would not agree agreewas ngreewu agreewas
was given Vtm hi a speech on the subjeot to today today today ¬
day by b Premier CnmpbellBannerman CnmpbellBannermanComing Cnmpbell CampbellBannermanComing BannernMR BannernMRComing
Coming after a visit by the premier premierwith premierwith premierwith
with lOng Edward the vigorous attack attackmade attackma4e attackmade
made on the lords lord created CrMto a great stir stirThe stirThe stirThe
The premier announced the thewlthdrn withdrawal withdrawalofcftie withdrawalo wal walo
o ofcftie lie le education bill saying sayingThe 56lngTbe sayingThe
The settlement of the educational educationalquestion educationalquestion educationalquestion
question is prevented pre ented and the t e country countryknows countr countrknows countryknows
knows on whom the responsibility rests restsBut restst restsBut I
But t the resources re8 urces of the constitution and atulthe andthe
the tI Commons have not been b en exhausted exhaustedand exhaustooaDd exhaustedand
and a way must and will be found by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which the will of the peoples elected rep representatives repr reproetentaUves ¬
resentatives r will be made to prevail prevailGreat prot1f1Grat prevailGreat
Great applause appl U8e greeted greeted the attack att ick on onthe onUI8 onthe
the lords lordsEIGHT lord lordFIGHT lordsFIGHT
FIGHT DUEL IN STREETS STREETSOne
One 3H Missourian Uhl sonrinn Killed and Another AnotherWJll Anothcrfll
WJll fll Die DieSedalla DlcSedQ1Ia DieSedalia
Sedalla Mo Dec D c 20 2OWllllnm William Parks Parksand Parksand Parksand
and Mace Aee Bird fought a pistol duel this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at th the corner of Main and andLamine andLamtne andLamine
Lamine streets The men fought face to toface toface
face Parks was killed by b a bullet bulletthrough bullettJvough bulletthrough I
through the heart BinJ Bfi l was mortally tntlrtaliywounded mortallywounded JDQitnllywounded
wounded The trouble arose over a wo woman woman woman ¬
man to whom both were paying atten attention aiten aitenUO attention ¬
tion UO
Twenty Yenrajn the Press Pre 1II Gallery GnlleryAn Gallery GalleryAn GalleryAn
An entertaining and instructive bqqk for forpublic forpublj forpublirt
public men JDen Co 4o 0 be had at Brentanos Ifient nos or
Lowdermlilfs LQw1JormUkst
t J JI I i
w a aBABYS
SEEKS EEKS BABYS DEATH DEATHInsane DEATHInsane DEATHInsane
Insane Woman V Olnan Hnrls H urIs Child ChildiionfThirdtstory Childfrori Childfioinlhirdstir3
iionfThirdtstory frori l11irI toly r Window WindowMANIAC VfiuiorIAJrrC 1ViilciowMANIAC
MANIAC THEN SEIZES INFANT INFANTAunt niP INFANTAunt ANT ANTAunt
j
Aunt of Chicago Children Prevented Preventedfrom Prcentc1from Preventedfrni
from Carry Carrying in Out Her Deniwn DesignBe DesignBefore Be Before e efore ¬
fore JleiiiK elnr Overpowered l hy y Some SomeXeighlinrM SomelelghhorH SomeNehghhors
XeighlinrM She Nearly Xearl Throw Her HerMother HerJlother Herllothcr
Mother Out of the Window WindowChicago WindowChicago Iutlo IutloCIab8D
Chicago Dec ttAttncfced utaeJred uaJealy by byInsanity byKnL byhwstdty
Insanity Mm J Selene s honed three tbree0IU7 threeyeerH threeyear
year yeerH Ind M niece Gladys Henelt II tarn tJ UK UKtMc4 Ute UteePt tbothirdstory
thirdstory tMc4 ePt toi7 window of a Vineenaes VIM avenue avenueJKit avenueat YII1Ie YII1IeJIIat
JKit at bsjiMinc dais afttxwoon The lttti ltttione litiSwufatally little littleone
one was wufatally fatally Injured mjuredStartled blJuftdtlte InjuredSrp
Srp Startled rtled by the chads elall4 screams end the thecrash Uteenaa theof
crash of the glass through which the lit little Ittie littie ¬
tie one had been tossed toss a the maniacs sis sister mater Ia IaMra ¬
ter Mrs Benjamin Kersch and th their theirru theirmother r rother
mother other rushed Into the room and grap grappM gJaJYt1th grapp11d
pM with the lunatic lunatic who was wasto strug strugaHjH1 s4rngg
aHjH1 g to throw Mrs Herschs Rend sevenmmDthsold seven sevenmottthsoid sevenbaby
mottthsoid baby after Her sister sisterTurning wtsterl1I11Iha sisterTvrotng
Turning l1I11Iha on the older woman Mm Se Selene S SIeee Seleae ¬
lene tried to force her mother through throwgnUM throtIJItlie throughthe
UM window and actnktty actoi y bwl Mr nor body bodyhalf 1Iod 1Iodbait bodyhalf
half outside when sjjgtibiirt 1U1IIIR attracted attnctadby ltttraettJdby attractedby
by the rtrag artrms e < e pelj K iy ud + iner er Mrs MrsSelene MrseIeae
Selene was burrltd 10 tow uoa 4e ntioa hoe hospital bocfplt1 hoepttaal ¬
pital It is said she is suffering der front frontemotional fromemotional meMOtIOnal
emotional insanity insanityBAOTITS InsanityBANDITS nlty nlty13AmITS
BANDITS RESIST TROOPS TROOPSHuHMiuiiK TROOPSRultHlan TROOPSRussians
Russians Have Trouble in Man Mancltnria Jlnncllnrln Manchurla
cltnria Tuww Toiviix Toiviix3L TOWI1Mat ns nsSt
St 3L Petersburg P Dec 21 IA A t tbrefttanhig tbrefttanhigsftuatfen dllWttonMtgsltuaUeta omtenhlgsituation
situation to facing the authorities fa Manchartar Manehnrla Man MAAebuc1a
ehnrla The chunchunses banditsj bandits are arerestottog arethe arerem
rem the troops and frequently skir skirmishes RIr1ft skirmlibes ¬
mishes 1ft have occurred in which wla many fa fatalities fata1ttIec fatalities ¬
talities have resulted The Vladivostok Vladivostok9ovecnmen Vladivostokgoveamen ok ok8OYe
9ovecnmen 8OYe has ordered a qnaxttty tItT of ofarms oCaJIM ofawls
arms to bcshtoned there thereA thereA thereA
A severe fight occurred at Trttskb TilUllkhtu TilUllkhtueapttal tMkher tMkhercapital r rcaaltal
capital of the government of the same samename aIMRJRe erasesame
name hi which bleh eleven men were killed killedand kJIhMSaJId killedand
and many MaD Injured The fatattttes among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the bandits ndlts were very large largeSUZFRAGISTS largeSUFFRAGISTS largeSUFFRAGISTS
SUFFRAGISTS TRICK POLICE POLICELondon POLICE100110n POLICELondon
London Women cnn hobbles Off OffTrlth Offwith Oftirith
with Whistle WhistleLondon WhistleLondon Vhl tIe tIeLoAdoR
London Dec 21 IWoman Woman Soltragists abffragistsspade Soltragistsmode MatCnagtstsmade
mode a strategic raid on the House of ofCommOhe ofJut ofCommmfiirs
Commmfiirs CommOhe last evening They drove up upin upIn upIn
in cabs from different points and outwit outwitted outwItttd outwittd ¬
ted the ponce police who bo were on guard One Onewoman OneWOml Onewoman
woman Mew a policemans whistle whistlewhich whlUewhich whistlewhich
which tended to draw off the officers officerswhile oAlcerswhile olficerswhile
while the womans colleagues rushed in inthe 10th inthe
the entrance of the House and attempted attempteda attem ted teda
a demonstration demonstrationIt
It was not successful and five suftra suftragistE sutrraglstf suffragists
gistE were arrested as a result resultALARM re resultALARM utt uttALARM
ALARM CAUSED BY VESUVIUS VESUVIUSApparent VESUVIUSApparent YESUVIUSApparent
Apparent Eruption Proves to to Be BeCrater BeOrater BeCrater
Crater Which Palls In InPoorer InI InIoorer
Poorer I oorer Clnnies In XnplcH nplcll Pray Pra for forProtection forlrotectl forProtection
Protection lrotectl n When Ashen Ob ObKonre 011Honrc Ohscare
scare the Volcano VolcanoNaples VolcnnoNap VolcanoNaples
Naples Nap December Jit ILGreat GrOftt Groat alarm was wascaused wnsClUl5ed wascaused
caused this t afternoon by an apparent apparenteruption apParenteruptlOll apierenteruption
eruption of Mount Vesuvius V uflu There was wasa wnsa wasa
a heavy rain of ashes for twenty minuteswhich minutes minuteswhich minuteswhleb
which hW the mountain A panic seized seizedtke seizedtke seizedtime
tke dwellers in the poorer quarters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city and men Jn n and women hurried hurriedinto hurriedInto hurriedinto
into the streets tne and the churches churoh churches prov proving lnl lnlIng pray praylag ¬
ing to the Madonna and the saints not to toallow to toallow toallow
allow another i aster d leaster to be b inflicted upon uponthem Ulnthem uponthem
them at Christmas as they suffered u < ercd at atEaster ntEaster atEaster
Easter EasterAs EasterAs EasterAs
As the storm of ashes slowly abated abltedand abatedand abttedand
and subsequently ceased entirely tho poor poorbelieved poorbelieved pourbelieved
believed that their prayers had been an answered nnswerod answered ¬
swered The better educated people peoplehowever peoplehowever
however noting noUn the absence of dotona dotonaand dotonatlons dotonations
tlons and earthquakes which precede precedegenuine precedegenuine precedegenuine
genuine eruptions waited a report from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the observatory from which it Itwns Itwnslkned was wnslearned waslearned
learned that a part of the orator hadfallen had hadfallen lUlJfl
fallen fl lc in sending up quantities of f cinders cindorsashes clndorsa cindersashes
ashes a and sand These continued failing failingat faJUnbat failingat
at Pompeii and Portico after they had hadstopped hlldtopped hadstopped
stopped at Naples NaplesPOINT NaplesPOINT NaplesPOINT
POINT FOR THE ADVERTISER ADVERTISERThe
The Washington Herald has hasa
a larger circulation in Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington than was ever before beforeattained beforeattained beforeattained
attained by a morning news newspaper news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper here It is a home cir circulation circulation ir ircnlation ¬
culation too and it is grow growing growing growing ¬
ing every day
SEQUEL TO REIGN OF OFCRIME OFCRIMEIndictments CRIME CRIMEIndictment ORDIEIndlctmentft
Indictment Returned for Murder of ofPittsburs ofI ofIittulrurg
Iittulrurg I > JttRlmr Manufaetu 3fanufuctuljer 3fanufuctuljerPItt8burc er erPittsburg
Pittsburs Pa Dec 2 2tThe The grand grandjury grandjury rand randjury
jury returned return true bills today toda against againstthree apiutthree againstthree
three men m4 for to the murder of James JamesAgnew JrnesApew JamesAgnew
Agnew McMillan the manufacturer manufacturerwho manufacturerwbo manufacturerwho
who was murdered and robbed by byhighwaymen bykf byhighwaymen
highwaymen kf hwaymcm near his home on Novem November fovemher oyem oyember ¬
ber 2 The indictments latctJ ent were found on onInformation ODInrorntatloft oninformation
Information alleged a1t e4 to have beenfffven beenfffventhe been elve elvethe given giventhe
the police to by b a workman 1t lk to whom wb one oneof ODeof oneof
of the murderers nnlrciererSj confessed after the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime Both the District 1trJct attorney aM cttpolice aMpoll1 aMpolice
police refuse to dITU divulge the names nam of othe ofthe ettn
the three thr men indicted INlet The pollee policehowever polleehowever polleehowever
however admitted that tha t the t e men had hadleft laMleft hadleft
left Pittsburg for St Louis a few fewdan fewdanattr days uaysafter daysafter
after McMillan cJlUJlAn was murdered and are areeither krepithr areeither
either in that city or Kansas Jan City and andwill aMWill andwill
will be in custody in a short time timeEBAB timeFEAR timeYEAR
FEAR TRAGEDY TRAGEDY AT SEA SEALifcsavern SEAllfe1tILerlC SEALifesavers
Lifesavers UnnMe to Account for forYawl tornI forYawl
Yawl nI VntiIied aHhctl Ashore Ashorej AshoreAtlantic tllaorc tllaorcAtlaBUe
j Atlantic City N K J Dec MAn Aa Ufoot Ufootyawl JfootJwt Ufootyawl
yawl beat in good condition washed waabodubore washedashore washedashore
ashore on n the beach 1 near Little Egg lIar Harbor lIarIt liarbee ¬
bee lifesaving It e avllts station s doa tonight and guy government pvnmynt guyeminent ¬
eminent lifesavers Jtt TeI fear a tragedy of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the sea from the heavy storm along the theconst theCM theoeset
const constThe oesetThe
The 1 boat appears to have belonged to a agoodsized agOOcI1ItecI agoodFeed
goodsized vessel v but shows no signs of ofhaving oftag ofhaving
having tag been occupied by passengers gen or orcrew ercro orcrew
crew cro ad had Ita < evidently been torn from fromdavits tntavits fromdavits
davits by the gale No name appeared on onthe ORtJM onthe
the little qe craft crall which Iatch hud bit been beenpsJ la lt µ ± My blypsiatefi Mypainted
painted paintedCURTIS psJ psiatefiRepudiates all allCURTIS
CURTIS JEff i ALONE GUILTY GUILTYRepudiates GillLTYRepudiates
r
Repudiates First Confession About AboutGookrill AboutCookrill AboutCookrrill
Gookrill Murder MurderSny MurderSaM MurderSays
Sny SaM n llellnd lie Had Sworn to Kill Victim VictimIlccnnftc VictimDccnnJlle VictinhBconuxc
Ilccnnftc Latter Shot 1J HlmOlaInas HlmOlaInaslie I m Claims ClaimsHe
He wale Pnld for Statement StatementCynthinna StutcmelltCynth StatementCyst
Cyst Cynthinna Cynth lava Ky Dec 3turtis Iartts Jett Jetton Jell Jellon Jetton
on trial here for the assassination aom Imatlon of ofJames ofJame15 ofJames
James CockrlH at Jackson Ja km Breathitt BreathlttCounty BreathittCOunty BreathittCounty
County electrified the attorneys ai aitoragps on both bothsides bothlIIdes bothsides
sides when on the witness stand today todayhe todayhe todayhe
he confessed con to having killed CockriH CockriHJett CocklinJett CockninJett
Jett Jett when put on the stand in his own ownbehalf ow owbehl ownbehalf
behalf f said that he repudiated the con confessfon conteulon confeeslon
fessfon made by him several months 1 ago agoIn aCAIII agoIn
In which he stated that he he John Smith SmithJohn SmithJohn SmithJohn
John Abner and Bill Britton had killed killedCockrlH kilkdCockrill killedCockrlf
CockrlH and that Judge Jud5e James Jam Hargis Hargisand Har5lsand Hargisand
and E Ed < 1 Callahan had employed them to todo todo todo
do the kilingJett kilting kiltingJett kllngJ
Jett J ett swore today that tlIA t this confession confessionwas co feseloa feseloawas
was false in every particular particular and it ithad Itbad ithad
had been obtained oDtai from him by B attorneys attorneyswho atteIDU8who attorneyswho
who paid p ld him for making it itI It ItOf ItI
Of I killed Jim CoekrilL sold Jett J tt in be beginning Be beginning ¬
ginning sinnt his story today Jett than said saidhe saidhe
he was standing near the Hargis store storewhen storewhen storewhen
when CockrlH passed He said Id he had hadsworn hadsw hadsworn
sworn sw nt to kill CockrlH on sight because becauseCockriH becaueCockrill becauseCockrll
CockriH had shot him In the Arlington ArlingtonHotel AlngtonHot AIngtonHotel
Hotel Hot l Jett said Id when CockriH passed passedhim paaedhim passedhim
him he went to the courthouse eourtboueeup upstairs upstairsand upstairsand tajrsARd
and from there shot Cockrill with ltlt a acaliber 45 45call A5 A5eaUter
caliber call r revolver woundhtg him so that thathe thathI thathe
he died led in the th Hospital next day dayJett dayJott dayJett
Jett today toda did not mention the names namesof ntDellof namesof
of either e1tl1 r Judge James or Senator Alex Alexander AIeCaudcr Alexander ¬
ander Hargis Ed Calhthn Call1lk no Bill Britten BrittenJohn DrltwnJoltn BrittenJohn
John Abner or John Smith who are arecharged arecoorged arecharged
charged jointly with him in killing < Cock Cockrill
1111 other than to say that his story of ofseveral orsetu ofseveral
setu several l months ago was false He stuck stuckto tuckto stackto
to his story sto under crossexamination cros Camlnatlon and andwill andwIU andwill
will testify further Friday FridayJett FrkIarJett FridayJett
Jett is now under life sentence for the theassassination theassa theassassination
assassination assa lnnUon of James B Marram at atJackson atJackson atJackson
Jackson during the feud at election electionEVICTED electlollEVICTED electionEVICTED
EVICTED JUMPS TO DEATH DEATHVomnn DEA DEATHWoman H HVomnn
Vomnn Driven to Suicide by It Dis DisIIOMKCSN DIIIW Disspomsess
IIOMKCSN IW eHH Notice XoticeNew XotleeNew NoticeNew
New York Dec SO E0Mrs Mrs rs Maggie Ryan Ryanthirty Ranthirty Ryanthirty
thirty years old was aa found dead this thismorning tblsmorning thismorning
morning at the bottom of the alrshaft of ofher ofher ofher
her home at 160 St St Anns Ann avenue The Theauthorities Theauthorities Theauthorities
authorities were unable at first to deter determine determine determine ¬
mine whether the womans death was wasdue wva wvadue u udue
due to an accident or suicide suicideWJien suIcideYtcn suicideWhen
When Patrick Ryan the womans hue hueband Ituiband hueband
band was found be told tho pollee he be believed be beIfeed belleved ¬
lieved his wife ended her life because b us of ofdispossess ofdlspoSoSoss ofdispossess
dispossess proceedings Instituted against againstthem againstthorn againstthem
them The building in which w feh they lived livedhad 1I livedhad od odhlld
had been sold nnd they like other ten tenants ten tenants tenants ¬
ants were ordered to leave leaveGOES leaveGOES j jGOES
GOES INSANE ON A TRAIN TRAINItalian TRAINItalinn TRAINItalian
Italian Attack Pn PnIlIlCtH Passengers enfer One of ofWhom ofVhon ofWhont
Whom Vhon Will Die DieCorn DlcCom DieCorry
Corn Pa Dec 20 ooJobn John John Fcrrittl an anItalian anItnUan anItalian
Italian bound from Chicago to Now York Yorkbecame Yorkbecame Yorkbecame
became insnne early today on the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York limited on the Erie at atMdUle atMdUleArmed Meadville MeadvilleArmed MeadvilleArmed
Armed with a club ho attacked at attacked lakcd five men menbefore menbefore menbefore
before he was overpowered Qerpowor Joseph Pink Pinkless Plnkhouse Pinkhouse
house of Idea lIendvUle viile was knocked sense senseless H Hless
less and may die Fdrritti F rrlttl was 1U Hold for forexamination tore forexamination
examination examinationThe e examinationThe amlnaUon amlnaUonTh
The Th Best D t Table iVIIote Dinner DinnerIn DinnerIn DinnerIn
In Washington Is served for tl 1 at The ThePortland ThePortland ThePortlandCafe
PortlandCafe Portland Cafe Thomns Circle 6 toS to S p pm pmU m
9127 U 1 to Baltimore and Return Returnvia RcturnvIa Returnvia
via Pennsylvania Railroad Rnllrondj every Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day and Sunday Sund All regular trains ex except except except ¬
cept the Congressional Limited Tiak Tiakcts Tloketa Ttekcts
cts good to return until Sunday night
I WOTILD GOLD SAVE SPAIN SPAINVaticans SPAINVaticans SPAINVaticans
Vaticans Attitude Toward TowardFrance ToardFraIfce TowardFrance
France FraIfce c Is Explained ExplainedENGQUNTEE E1lainedENOOUNTER Ea iaiited iaiitedc iaiitedENCOUNTER
ENCOUNTER LESS DIFFIOULTY DIFFIOULTYEnforcement DIFFIOULTYenforccment DIFFICULTY19nforcenrent
Enforcement of Separation Lar l Ln > nTV Pro Proceeds Procecd Proceeds ¬
ceeds So Par a aK Taking Possession 1oineMniouof
of Churches Chur hc l iy y the Statejli State Is Con Conoerneil Conoernetl Conoernedhors
oerneil oernedhors 3Iore Uor KvaeuatlonK fhucuntf nH of ofIlaccx ofl ofPlaces
Places l InceH of Worship orMbh Are Iteporteel Iteporteeld IteiiorteQ IteiiorteQPnria 1 1ParIa
d 1 1Pans
Pans Dec Si IXore Mor More evacuations of edcbs ofchurch ofcJa
cbs church eh property lr pefy a few more declarations dectenuionsenahffng deckntUonstile declarationseaabihig
enahffng the holding of services in inchurches ineburehetl h0churches
churches aa and fewer dttOcntctes encoun encountered eoeoanten escontered ¬
tered m executing the separation law so sofms sofu sohas
has a as regards the state taking possession possessionjif
ill churches and seminariesthat seminaries that is the thehistory tilehJat8I7 thehistory
history of the active operations of today todayNewspaper t todayNewspaper 4ar 4arK
Newspaper K discussion hi mostly very verysuMned verysubdued ery eryaed
subdued aed indeed although Frenchmen Frenchmenwere FrenehmenWfte Frenchmenwere
were informed today from fr 1 Spain that thatthir tbattMir thattheir
their country is being beJ subjected to bitter bittertrials bittert bittertrials
trials by the Pope not n t to regain r France Francewhich Francewhich Francewhich
which is eltppeleKly b pelessiy ph 7 lost to the church churchbat cInIrehbat churchbut
bat to save Spain to the Holy Mother before be before be before ¬
fore It to s too hue huei ateTIae laterho
i The ejectment proceedings threegii that thatconstant t thatconstant atOGMtant
constant repeStton Ara ftnrfer w which wJ ck the heart hearthardens hart1aanhII heartharietts
hardens jam iiaiiiliig Jilttg g in > R some J Jto Juslianeea Juslianeeato I ees eesto
to be reg 1ega nH by the authorities ath rltJ as assolemn asn assolemn
solemn n matters ters of duty and have taken tokenrather takennratk takenrather
rather the character of that flippant ntppant fa facility fadllty fadItty ¬
dItty of nmttn rwt1nc in which the vulgar vulgareasily vulgarny vulgareasily
easily And humor When officers todutywent today todaywent todltwt
went to oust o the teachers and twentyfhe twenty twentytfvw tW8R tW8Rstudents
tfvw students at the Seminary of St St Sulhtice Sui Suipice SuIpice
pice Father Gnerrignet said that he hewould hewoahl hewould
would only 17 quit the premises Under force forceAh fereeA forceyea
Ah A yes is saM hi the commander che ch chf1IIty r rfuliy s sfully
fully smiling IUIIS at his own forsetfalnW for forgetfhin et1 htest of ofthe ofUee ofthe
the little formality officer o ftcer touch W ofyour of ofyonr ofJOGr
your hands be on the fathers shouldeqriiat shouldeqriiatIt shouldetfJut shouldetfJutIt shoulde Itat ItatIt
It be welt established that he yields only onlyto onlyto onlyto
to force forceThe forceThe forceThe
The Journal des Debats whose e sym sympathies sympatb1e6 sympathies ¬
pathies are generally favorable to thechurch the thechurch thechurch
church regrets the proposed attitude of oftha oftM ofthe
the members of the night R skt In regard to tothe totM toLb
the Lb new religion ft bill It argues that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their abstention from discussion of the themeasure theJDeU11re themeasure
measure will 111 destroy the partys influ influence InOuence lnfiuonee ¬
ence and political importance but the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper says whatever may ma be the partysmotive partys partysmotive party partymotive
motive uncertainty ucertatnt in regard to Rome Ronneaction Romes Romesaction RomeaeUon
action toward the bill when it is passed passedmust pMeIlmat passedmust
must paralyze the opposition for t ff xen xenif en enif enIt
if the opposition ameliorated the bi Sur Suring rtug r rI
tug I its passage Rome might at afjWward afjWwardnullify ward wardDuiuty wardnullify
nullify their exertions x rtlollS All acrrlty AC At in ininitiative InInJtJat1v inInitiative
initiative is stepped through uncertainty uncertaintyas
as to how it will be accepted m In Rome RomeSo RomeSo RomeSo
So the political system already badly badlywarped bRdlywarped badlywarped
warped in France receives another blow blowfrom blowfrom blowfrom
from which the gravest ra vest tHaasters lIte may maybe R1a R1abe maybe
be expected expectedExMinteter f Xpe expectedExMinleter tetl tetlExMlltt
ExMinteter ExMlltt ter Jaures in the Hninanlte Hunnaniteadvances Hninanlteadvances Hulte Hulteadvances
advances a similar i mUAr argument He con concludes COIIcludes concludes ¬
cludes by saying saym that Roman abmIutismbaa absIUUshsbaa absohuistx absohuistxhas
baa killed all Catholics action of Initia Initiative InJtKUve Initatire ¬
tire in France FranceAote FranceNotc FranceNote
Note from the Vatican VaticanRome VaticanRome ntlctu ntlctuRome
Rome Dee 11ho an The Vatican will de deliver tinliver e eIInr ¬
liver its note protesting against ag lDSt the theseizure theseIzur Useseizure
seizure of the archives of the Nttncinture Nttncintureat
at Paris to th the foreign representatives representativestomorrow representatlvC8tomorrow representativestumorrow
tomorrow Cardinal Merry del Val the thePapal thePapal thePapal
Papal secretary tary of state will receive wh svhdiplomat whdiplomat tV 1J 1Jdiplomat
diplomat separately t and present a cop copof copor copof
of the note to him requesting that Its Uscontents ItsCOftteots itscontents
contents be communicated to his govern governmenL eovernmost
most A summary summnr of the note appearslhis appearsthis appears appearsthis
this evening In the Osservatore Romano Romanothe RomanUte Romanothe
the organ org H of the Vatican VaticanENTOMBED VaticanENTOMBED VaticanENTOMBED
ENTOMBED MINER LOSES BET BETIlcacce BETnC BETtiescue
Ilcacce nC Cte Party Part Strikes Treacherous TrenclieronsDirt TrcacherotlJDirt TreacherousDirt
Dirt and Liberation IH DelayedBakerstleld Delayed DelayedBakersfleld DelacdBAkersfteld
Bakersfleld Cal Doc 20Tbe Tbe rescue rescueforce rescueCoree rescueforce
force that has been working to release releaseHicks relfMtsoBlcks releaseHicks
Hicks the entombed miner expected e ted to tohave tohave tohave
have him out this afternoon nCt ruoon but when whenwithin whenwithin wonwithin
within tlirt thrmle e feet eet of him the men struck strucka
a rat of loose earth and mud which re required re required roqutred ¬
quired tunneling under It ItThe It ItThe ILThe
The sllgfltoet UgU disturbance of the loose loosematerial l loosemateriel o e ematerl81dlreetl
material materl81dlreetl directly over Hicks would prove provefetal provet provefhtaL
fetal t taL Only Onla a oar on the opposite side of ofwhere orhere ofwhere
where here Hicks is lying ly1n separate him from fromfreedom fromtToodom fromfreedom
freedom freedomA
A bole two feet wide lac and sixteen inches inchesdeep Inchesdee Inchesdeep
deep is to be tunneled under the or car c r and andthe andtbe andthe
the rails raJ on which the car roots r + iss are to be besawed beWee besawed
sawed Wee through This will tako k6 hours and andIt andIt andit
It is net expected e pected the miner will get out outbefore outbetore outbefore
before midnight midnightHicks midnightHleks midnightHicks
Hicks is In good spirits and early in inthe Intho inthe
the day fay bet one of the party put a box of ofcigars ofcigars ofcigars
cigars that ho howoukl would get out before beforoocloc 6 boclock 6oclock
oclock oclockLater oclocLater oclockLater <
Later he was plunged in despair He Hesays Hesays Heways
says he can feel Ute th bodles of his livedead live flvedead thodead
dead companion Sabout about him The stench stenchia
ia frightful but lio has has managed to en endure endure endure ¬
dure It ItI ItI ItI
I can see se Jims foot in this hellhole hellholehe hellholehe hellholehe
he yelled eUed to his rescuers r ctlers Its moving
I think The dead staro at me me They are arelaughing nrolaugblnb arelaughing
laughing too tooat tooA tooi tooA
i
A In Carte Lunch Ser Served el Daily Dnllyat Dailyat
at Ecksteins from 12 to S 1412 N Y ave aveA aveA aveA
A Nice PrcMcnt for Your WifeAn Wife XVlfcAn lfc lfcAn
An Ofte Radiator Open evenings e enhig5 Dem Demonstrations DemoD5trntions Demonstrations ¬
onstrations 509 9th th st st aw
QtMSTnU SENATOR oMmiUli TMYiHFED rUMlilili rUMlililiSayerdy FORAKER FORAKERFLAYS FORAKERcly
FLAYS PRESIDENT PRESIDENTSYel PRESJPETDismissal
Sayerdy SYel clJ Criticises CriticisesFLAYS Dismissal Dismissalof
of Colored Color d Troops TroopsEESOITOION TlOO TroopsmOLDTIT S SRESOLUTION
RES RESOLUTION mOLDTIT 0 GOES CC ES a 0EIi 0EIiIn OVEltIn TETt v
1 1In
In Modified o 1ifi < t Form It Directs DirectsCommittee DirectsComihittCG DirectsColnlilittce
Committee to Investigate InvestigateExecutive IIisestia o oExccnthe nate nateExecullYe
Executive Misconceived HIM Power Powerand Ponernnd Powerand
and T Testimony TCHtfm stinmoits 0 11 lit Case Says Say the theOJiionii tbeObionnSeott theOhioanScott
OJiionii ObionnSeott Scott Intimate Negroes NegroesSaved Ne NegroesSaved roeC roeCSuel
Saved Roosevelt noOcccItIol RooseveltLodge LodKc e Defends DefendltIle Defendstime Defendsthe
the Chief Ma JnbtruteDonllt lMtrate Doubt as to toAction toActlou toAction
Action on the Resolution ResolutionI
I uon contend mmd that tie President P1Nld nt has hasxniseonflafvsd hamJQelYed hasmisespeefved
xniseonflafvsd MB eonetttutional power poweratl 1 090 090a1 powerand <
and atl he has Ja jsjteeoneefved Al unff the th w 4ght 4ghtof 4glatC ightof
of C the testimony y I Insist that t ha t we wepractice WEprJCtlcoas weprmtice
practice prJCtlcoas as wen eft as preach the square squaredatl sqredJ squaredeli
deli as the Negro JIe1rOs IdItp aeWfcp spldlm p has given giventhe givenl giventhe
l the tJi country a 1iIquare square deal d a on every every0tftsionSENATOR everyoceasloasSENATOR fry frysIOftSEN
0tftsionSENATOR sIOftSEN TOR FORAKER PORAKERIf
If it I t had not been for cclortd cc loud sol soldiers 801dlef3 aoltiters ¬
titers there would be no raliant Rough RoughRider R RoughRider ugh ughRider
Rider squaredear President Pr nt in theWhite the theWhite theWhite
White HouSeSENATOR SCOTT SCOTTI
I will 111 be stow to believe tbat any anyofficer anyofHcer anyofficer
officer of the United States army nomatter no nomatter n nmattCf
matter from what State he hails Juailswould hal11wold hailswould
would be guilty adity oC the unspeakabU unspeakabUinfamy unspeaka < bk bkiafsmy
infamy 1 l3ID of o advising th the removal r monJ or ottlie orUN orthe
the holding bold up to shan of a m negro negrobecause nesruINeauee negrubecause
because that officers o father hud been beena beenDem
a a Demo Dem eratSENATOR mC SENATOR LODGE LODGEAt LODGEAt LODGEAt
At the close of a speech b in criticism of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Presidents Pr ntt8 action in dismissing with without without without ¬
out honor most of the members membt > rs of of Com Companies CompIInla Companies ¬
panies C D and ad E of the Twentyfifth TwentyfifthInfantry TWtntyftfthInfantry TwentyfifthInfantry
Infantry Senator Foraker yrstenfciy yrstenfciyafternoon ysterdaJ ysterdaJfternoen yesterdaafternoon
afternoon modified his pending ndlng resolution resolutionIn Tt801ut OII OIIIn
In such a way wa as to make it instruct the theCommitted thfCommittee thrCommittee >
Committee on Military Affairs to conduct conducta OOduda
a further investigation InvesU of the Brownsville Brownsvilleincident BrW11Snflnelclent BrownsvilleIncident
incident and then requested that action actionon actionan
on 1 It be deferred deCe until tit after the th holiday holkL1 holkL1I holidaysIs holidayIn
In I its original form rMt the resolution left leftthe IfftUle leftthe
the taking of new evidence to the discre discretion dIsc dIsctl6n diecrethin ¬
thin of the committee committeeSenator committeeSeaat committeeSenator
Senator r Scott spoke briefly in behalf of ofthe orthe ofthe
the discharged dl negro soldi soIdies s and Sena Senator Senator n l ltor ¬
tor Lodge L e who also talked but a few fewminutes fttWmmutea fewminutes
minutes asked that justice be done the thePresident thePrestdnl thePrsident
President the Secretary S retary of War and the thearmy theanny thearmy
army officers who had conducted the in investigation investtcat10n iilvestlgatlon ¬
vestigation on which the Presidents Pn > slrlfnea ac action al4 al4UOft actkn ¬
tion was based They were as is S much rim uh entitled en entitled tntided ¬
titled to fair and impartial treatment tItIm nt a athe a3 a3tho asthe
the dismissed soldiers the th Massachusetts MassachusettsSenator MassachusettsSenator as HllulSttM HllulSttMSeDatar
Senator said and he intimated InUmat d tint th It such smhtreatment suchtreatment1RS suchtreatment
treatment treatment1RS was not being accorded them themby tht theseby > nl nlby
by Senator Foraker and his supporters supportersOn SUpportPT8On supportersOn
On two or three occasions while the de debate d dbate debate ¬
bate was s ia progress Mr r Fornk l orakr r snd sndMr nl nlMr 0 0Ir
Mr Ir Ledge msxitfeeted J obvious iwpatt ilflP3t1en ilflP3t1enwl Impatlenee Impatleneewith n < e ewith
with wl eaer eiu1r other Throughout the who whoof whnof whoof
of the th discussion the Democrats main maintained mallt ma iu iuta ¬
tained t fned the attitude of nonpar noopArUcinaUon noopArUcinaUonwhkh nonparticieamtanwhich tic nation nationwhich
which they the assumed when it first twcanir twcanirapparent hecan hecanapparent tmr tmrappclrent <
apparent that a Republican quarrel quarr over orerthe overthe ohrthe
the dismissed negroes was wa inevitable inevitableXow tneitkXO inevitableNow
Now XO in n Field lolel of Politics PoliticsEvidence PoUtI PoliticsE C CEvWencclare
Evidence EvWencclare E are multiplying that the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter has eea Seen removed from flVlRtbe the field it itformerly itfonMrly itformerly
formerly occupied Into the arena of ptli ptlitie J pciities 1 i ities
tie ties The Voaservattve ttve Bepuftntans Repubik ans ruv ruvthe fi fithe o s sthe
the Senate Stl t who have been worsted prat prattically praeUcalbr practically
tically every time they have bav tried coneiuslonna con conclusions COIIclons ¬
clusions with the President think they theysee thtt theysee >
see m t the Brewnsvttle Incident a chance chanceto chanceto
to revenge reft tbem themselves and the > present presentindications pr presentInllicatlons nt ntIIIfIJeattons
indications IIIfIJeattons are that they will take t3Jc ad advantage adTa advantage ¬
vantage Ta e of it to the fullest possible ex extent pxtent extent ¬
tent There e can ca be no doubt than th t th thPresidents thPr the thePresidents
Presidents Pr ts dismissal ef the co6red eoI troo1ta > troops troopshas troopsbaa
has resulted m a radical change in th thfeeling theItng thfeeling
feeling which has formerly foraterl been enter entertained entprfor entcrtalnat ¬
tained for him by negroes generally and amiIt andIt andit
It is obviously the purpose e of those mem members members members ¬
bers of the dominant party who are not notimpressed notIM notimpressed
impressed IM by the Roosevelt brand of Repubiicaiism Re Republicanism Republlcul ¬
publicanism m and who ho do not like ke the thePresident theproskl thePreshl6tt
Preshl6tt President proskl tt personally pt rsonally to intensify IlItell lf7 this thisfeeling thistetUnS thisftsling
feeling to the limit The negro o vote will willbe willbe 111 111be
be worth more than a little whoa the thetime thetime thethroe
time for electing letjn delegates deJ teti to the next nextRepublican nextRepublican xt xtRepubHcAn
Republican national convention arrives arrivesand arrivesand rrhfSand
and the conservatives conneer Uvts v will undoubtedly undoubtedlydo uacl btedldo
do what they can to get t control of it and andprevent andprefAt andprevent
prevent it being used in support ppcrt of ofany oran ofany
any an Rooseveltito who may be a candidate candidatefor caadtdatCOr candidatefor
for the nomhnatonlint nomination nominationBut nonwaatlonBut
But this apparently is not the only onlycad onlyeDd onlyend
cad the conservatives have m In view In Inaddition Inau1tltUon Instldition
addition to attempting to aJtenabe all mhto the thenegroes then theneroes
negroes n neroes roe from uelr tbeir former Idol Idol Repub Republican Rcpubliean Republican ¬
lican leaders dera wlo are not in accord with withMr wit h hr t tMr
Mr r Roosevelt RO Sevelt are apparently trying to todiscredit t tdilJcroolt todiscredit
discredit him hi before the country Their Theirpurpose Tl1rilpurpoe Theirpurpose
purpose is to make it appear that he heacted hettetcd heacted
acted hastily and Impulsively in dismiss dismissing aml amlInb dismisslugg ¬
ing the t troops and that Ms order has hasworked ha haworked hisworked
worked a great injustice to many maD Inno Innocent Innoceut lnnucent ¬
cent men Of coarse It is specifically specificallydisclaimed specUkaJldIsclaimed specificallydisclaimed
disclaimed that there is any intention to tomake tnmttke tomake
make the question one of race or color colorbat colorbtjtlt colorbut
bat btjtlt it follows as the night nl l follows the theday thfdllY theday >
day that if it could be shown indubitably indubitablythat IAdwbltabhthat indubitablythat
that the President had been mtjtttt Just to toward td tdward toward ¬
ward the discharged negroes hft h would wouldfall woutdfaU wouldfall
fall in the esteem este m of those classes cIA In iuparts InJart Inparts
parts Jart of the country other othertIaa than th thSouth ttw ttwSOlth thSouth <
South which are ever ready to Imagine ImagineUtat Imaginethat glnp glnpthat
that the black man is I a very muiii mucttabused muiiiabused muehabn
abused abn ed individual individualDoultt IndividualDo IndividualDgabt
Doultt Do Dgabt IJt a aM to ncolutlon llcaolnt Ions Fate FateSome IiateSome DateSome
Some doubt exists as to whether th tho thoresolution thoresolution s sresolution
resolution will in be adopted when it is isculled isCAlled iscalled
CAlled up after the holidays If the Presklents Pres Presidents Pr s sIdents ¬
idents friends In th the Senate have reasonto reason reasonto rea80nto
to believe that a further ov MvefgjiUon MvefgjiUonwill h gtion gtionwill Uon UonUI
will UI not be distasteful tM Wtctul to h hanVbdc hmviuul If the theDemocrats thtDeiaoerats timeDemocrats
Democrats Deiaoerats do not offer opposition oppo tt1on theresolution the theresolution Ih Ihre
resolution re doubters will be permitted to togo toso togo
go through Thus far apparently thememberrs the themembers themembers
members of the minority have not decided de decided dtoCided ¬
cided cided just what course to follow foHo Sev Several S Sellll Several ¬
eral of them have informed bl ormefl Senator Sena r For Foraker Forket Foraker ¬
aker ket privately that they are ta accord accordwith llccordwith accordwith
with the purpose of his resolution but buthave buthave buthave
have intimated that it will 111 be im impracticable 1111pnutJertble impracticable ¬
practicable for them to support It It If Ifhowover Ifhowover Ifhowever
howover it should be made to appear appeartlmt appearthnt appearthat
that the proposed investigation would wouldtend wouldtend OU1d OU1dtend
tend to add to the discord which already alreadyercfets alreadye alreadyexists
exists e ts in tho Republican ranks the Dem Democrats Democrats Detnoerats ¬
ocrats m lOfty y vote for the resolution al almost almoct almost ¬
most most solidly solid Apparently they the hold the thebalance th thbAIOnce thebalance
balance of f power and will be able when whenthe whtnth whenthe
the th time comes to decide whether or or r not notttie notthe nottfie
the resolution re shah be adopted adoptedSome adoptBdSome adoptedSome
Some friends of the Pre President klent think the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed investigation Itivestl lt Oft by Congress would woukionly wouldonl wouldonly
only onl add to the strength of his position positionIf PositionIf
If as they assuinc a8 assdpie me Senator Pocaker has hasno hasno hasno
no evidence evfdl c other GtJt r than that the whie Vokr4 = has hasboen hashoen hasbeen
been famished by the CSijsUlutlonAl CSijsUlutlonAlCOXTINUED CQttsttutionaICONTINUED f Ul Qnal QnalCO
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