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Stanford Stanf rd Whites Slayer Tates Seat SeatBefore SentDe
De Before re Jurist After Strenuous Day DayCounsel DnyCJounael Daygonnael
Counsel Tries to Get Agreement Agreementwith Agrecmentwith Agreementwith
with Jerome Who Vlio Refuses Refu es to Com Compromise Compr CompromireLawyers ¬
pr promireLawyers promise mllJeLnw Lmvyerji > crx Bipress Belief BeliefCase DeUelOnse IieliefCaae
Case Ha Has Been Mismanaged fUsmnnngclPoughktM MismanagedPoughkaepsfe IismnnngcitPoughkeepsie
Poughkaepsfe PoughktM Ste N Y May Ia 18 16That 16ThatHarry That ThatHarry That ThatHarry
Harry Thaw stand practically no ehanoeof chance chanceof chanoeot
of relaaaa relou from thfikMaiteawan Asylumfor Asylum Asylumfor Asylumfor
for the Criminal Insane Ine IB tho general generalopinion genomlopinion generalopinion
opinion of Ttoroeys who have followed followedthe fonowedthe followedthe
the course O urse of the heartn hearing before Justice JusticeMorschattter JusuceMorzcUler JusttooMorcaaueer
Morschattter MorschattterNotwithstanding MorzcUlerNotwithstanding MorcaaueerNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Notwithstanding the tit fact that Thaw Thawtook Thawtook Thawtook
took th the stand tlUtd tonight and submitted sUbmlttid to toexamination toenmlnatlan toexamtnation
examination by District Attorney Jerome Jeromemismanagement J Jeromemismanagement rome romemlsmaRapment
mismanagement hi assigned as the cause causefor causefor causefor
for the weakness of his QUO oaseIt QUOIt
It was late te tonight when Thaw after aftera
t a strenuous day took the stand to oonvlnce con convince convince ¬
vince Juatice Morachau Morschaoser or er that he was wasa WitSa wasa
a sane man and that hi his petition to be b re released f flealled releaaed ¬
leased from the Matteawan State Asylum Aeylumfor Asylumfor Asylumfor
for the Criminal Insane now before the theDutchess theDutch
Dutchess Dutch County Supreme Court Court should shouldbe shouldbe i
be granted grantedHe arantef1I arantef1He rantedHe I
He took it upon the demand nd of Jerome Jeromeand Joromeand Jerontand
and after contrary to the expectations of ofnil ofII ofell
nil II Graham his hi counsel had cloaed his hfecase bllsue hiscase
case ue without calling him When Judge JudgeMorschaoser JUdgoMolB JudgMorsehaueer e et
Morschaoser MolB hlWHr answered Granams protest protesthe prateshe t the t
he reminded Graham that ag Jeromewitness Jeromes Jeromeswitness JeromeswitDeN s
witness Thaw would be open open tb toexamination eros erosexamination 0I0IWif 0I0IWifexamInatloft
examination at atUie the hands ha of his own owncounsel ORCOUIliel ow owcounsel
counsel Graham Grabt still pecelated that BR BRless UIt UItless no nolose
less the whole ease CIUf could be wound utonight u utonight UB A
J Jtonlrht
tonight Thaw should < not 50 onhad on on H Hhad i
had been under three days strain strainJames ab abJames archJames
James Graham and A A Rnseett Peabody Peabodythe Peabodythe ocI7 ocI7the
the two lawyers who Rye been conduct conducting COIMhretIng condaetlug ¬
ing Thaws ftght for freedom had spent spentall open openall t tall
all the strength of their expert testimony testimonyand testimonyand testimon testimonand y
and had exhausted cbausted ted their store of lay ay tee testimony tMtJmea teedmeay ¬
timony in Ink an 11 effort which consistently consistentlydangerous consistent consistentto y
to d up J 18 18o toold
o old 5 Via Viafeather I fltstoB fltstoBNeI
NeI feather them uwliiiI nen1we tei ill Int tietr u uaa
t aa dangerous 1G18 experiment ef patting on Oftstanil eu eustand te testand
stand a man man who had been committed committedto eommlit eommlitto ed
to an asylum as one dangerously insane insaneThe JnaaaeThe insaneThe
The gradual breakdown br = of their case caseand case caseand ca caand
and a hint from the judge that he ht htself him himself himself m ¬
self might call Thaw in default of ofrelators the therelators therelatora
relators initiative Inlt1U tailed to foree Thaw Thawcounsel Thaws Thawscounsel Tba Tbaoun s
counsel oun el to risk their client to toxthe xthe the harski harskiexamination harikexamlnation hat hatexamination ale
examination of Mr Jerome JeromeJumps JGiOmeJums JeromeJunps
Jumps from Chair ChairWhen ChairWhen l1alr l1alrWhen
When Thaw was called to th the stand standbe 8tuMibe standhe
be jumped out of his chair and made madehis madebiB mad madhis e
his way to the stand with his peen peengatt pecagait peculiar peculiargait
gait which Dr Bt l1It9t I lk t the alienist aUenklt char characterised cigaracteri3ed r racterlsed ¬
acterised yesterday as an alert strut strutMr lKrutMr strutMr
Mr Thaw said Jerome on eu his first firstquestion ArstqueetfoQ fir firquestion
question YOU realize what the object objectof objotot oWeaof
of this procedureYes procedure PlOCIureYes is isYes
Yes Yes replied Thaw It to to prove provemy provemy provmy e
my sanity sanityBut sanityBut H HBut
But But urged Jerome f1t8 you understanthat understand understandthat undGtstandthat d doRa
that It gives you a right to go and come comeas 00 00as coas oRa
as you pleaseThaw please pleaseThaw pItseThaw
Thaw seemed perplexed and turned turnedthe to tothe tothe
the judge who said that what hat he heto said saidin RIdIn
in testimony was to be Judged by him himto as asto uto ase
to its truth or falsity This was follow followby followedby followed followedby e d
by one of Jeromes questions questionsYofc qutliUouY queetioneYOt
Yofc Y understood und r that the judge weighthe weighs weighsthe weigbsthe s
the testimony of All all the witnesses in including tneluding n neluding ¬
eluding your ownThaws own ownThaws ownTh8ws
Thaws demeanor seemed to be one of ofexcessive otexceM1ve o oexcessive f
excessive nervousness He spoke in Inlow a alow alow
low voice voice and turned his had eyes from tim time timeto timeto e eco
1 to time on the judge as seeking protec protection protectiQn prat prattion co ¬
tion When Jerome asked him It he had hadknown hadknown ha haknown
known Dr Flint before the unfortunate unfortunateevents unfortunateevents unfortunatevents e
events of 1906 1901 he said he only kna knathat know knowthat knewthat w
that he was the father of Austin Flint Flintjr 1I8tJr Flinjr wt t
jr and did not know him socially sociallyWouldnt sociallyWouldnt sociallyWouldnt
Wouldnt you be willing Mr Thaw Thawsaid ThawsaJd Thawsaid
said Jerome to have Dr Flint and his hisassociates blsassociate hi hiassociates s
associates all of whom you know to tohonorable be behonorable behonorable
honorable gentlemen entlemen examine you them themselves themselve themselves ¬
selvesGraham selves selveGraham r rGraham
Graham Immediately interposed an ob objection objecUon o ojection b ¬
jection and advised Thaw not to answer answerJerome aMwerJerome anaweJerome r
Jerome broached the proposition propo lUon to the thejustice thejustice lit litjustice rs s
justice in other words and Justice Mor Morschauser Morschauser Mo Moschauser r
schauser explained his opinion approving approvingthe approv approvt
4 the fairness of Jeromes position positionI
I dont think it at all fair said Mr MrGraham MrGraham 3i 3iGraham r
Graham that Mr Thaw should be forced forcedto torcedto far farto oed
to face men who have already sworn sworntheY that thatthey t
i they blievd him a paranoiac are and d espe especially 9Ipecially Asp e ¬
cially at this thl hour after three days daysstrain daysstrain day daystrain es s
strain
JUIIgeGrant Jndpre Grants RecessJerome Rcccus RcccusJerome eo s sJerome
Jerome disclaimed his intention to crowd crowdThaw crowdThaw crow crowThaw
Thaw Finally Justice tJee Morsehauser sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested that counsel for both sides shoalmeet should shouldmeet shouldmeet d
meet in conference with Thaw and come cometo cometo corn cornto e
to an understanding on Jeromes offer offerGraham offerGraham offs offsGraham r
Graham agreed a and the Justice granted granteda grante grantea d
a halfhour reces recesThaw receuThaw reeeaaThaw
Thaw his counsel and Jerome with withAssistant wlth wlthAuistant wit witAssistant h
Assistant District Attorney Garvan then thenretired thanretired the theretired n
retired to the th Judges chamber Joromannounced Jerome Jeromeannounced Jeromeannounced o
announced before bet < re their retirement that thatGraham if ifGraham Itf t
Graham didnt agree to his
f proposition propositionhe prepositlohe n
he would continue his direct examination examinatioof examinationof ex mlnatlon mlnatlonof n
of Thaw ThawAt ThawAt ThawAt
At the end of a threequarter
hour roooSs roooSscounael
roc roccounsel recess recesscounsel as s
counsel for Thaw accompanied RCC mptlnled by Tha Thacame Thaw Thawcame Thawcame asw w
came out of the Judges chamber The Thecourtroom Thecourtroom Th Thcourtroom e
courtroom was jammedGraham jammed jammedGraham jammedGraham
Graham arose and read from a paper paperas Pftperas pap papas er
as follows followsThe foUowsThe followsThe
The relator will submit to a personal personalexamination personalexamination person personexamination al
examination under the following coed conditions OooltlODS coedtions l ¬
tions tionsThat That the the court name name six alienists afleitl s that thatnone thatnone t tnone ha t
none of such six alienists shall have had hadany hadany ha haany had d
any connection with wJt the case at any time timeThat timeThat rim rimThat e
That the counsel for the relator and the thedistrict thedistrIct t tdistrict he
district attorney shall agree upon three threeof threeot thr throf ae
of the six Ix to serve That the expenses ex expens Qns 8 esthese of ofthese ofthese
these alienists so selected shall be paid paidequally paidequally pal palequally
equally by the County of New York and andthe IUldthe as asthe d
the ralator relator That the examination shall shalle200 be
e200 200 00 to Gettysburg and Ten Mar MarDecoration 1I1nrDecoration MarDecoration
Decoration Day
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Railroad Ca Car Con Consult COht h ¬
t suit agents for particulars particularsSome partlculariSome particularsSome
Some lumber firms firm say time timei W1l1 vlll > sooa sooabo soo soobe OOD OODbo a
bo better and nd are holding up upprices uppricesl prices
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restricted to to a personal study study st dy of th the re relator rela relater ¬
lator la later r and ah shall 1 not bo b founded oUlld8don on the thetlmon tes testimony t tttmony ¬
timony tlmon o of th thl th previous trials trialsJerome utatsJerome i iJcrom
Jerome Refuses to Accent AccentJerome tccept tcceptJerome AeccptJerome
Jerome wftfton tIS on his feet instantly ana anctsaid anasa andsaid
sa said III he absolutely refused to accept the theconditions theconditions thenditions
conditions co nditions Justice Morachauser MOfC 81lser looked lookedfrom lookedfrom lookedfrom
from one to toqmother another of the counsel as it Ifat itat
i at a loss where whoreto to continue the proceed proceedinfs proeaadings proCltOO proCltOOtnks =
ings tnksi
i ingsHave Have H v you any more more witnesses thejasttce the thejustice theI
I justice asked Jerome JeromeI
I I have h e five Ye alienists who are ready to togo togO toga
go on the stand ttuld tsst a In rebuttal of tha evi evidence 8vlI ev1deuce ¬
I deuce that his 11I s bean brought forth by the thartlators therelaters
i relaters Attorneys said Jor4m Jerome Jar me e and I Iam Imwilting
I am a mwilting wIHlngr to place them themTha themThe
I Tha lh The counsel < for Thaw asked tier t t r an ad adjournment adi adjournment ¬
i journment and began to quibble about aboutJeromes aboutI aboutJaroines
I Jeromes having already I read used three of ofbis othis ofills
his alienists stating that by court orderonly order orderonly orderani
only ani live on a side sid should testify te ttty Thon ThanJerome ThonJaromQ ThonJeromno
Jerome made tho most startling mow raovnjOf mowot moveof
Of tJae U evening 001 I rest my case said saidhe Midhe acidhe
he he waiving his right of surrebuttalMr surrebuttal currebuttalMrs
Mr Graham also announced that his bisside hissfcl6 hisside
side rentedThen rested restedThan reeledThen
Then when do you want to argue the thecase thecase these
case ca se qu qutrfall 6ia fl the judge Jerome jumped jumpedto
to his fast teet and said that right then wag wagthe wUtM wattthe
the time for him but Graham m objected objectedFinally objeciedFinally t tFinally
Finally after some soma discussion both sides sidesagreed sldeangr sliceagreed
agreed ngr to submit their cases to the judge judgeIhen Judgehen judgewhen
when hen he sits in n White Plains next week weekTha weekThe weekThe
The Judge jud then announced that he hewould hewould hewould
would be prepared to render Judgment JudgmentIn
In n the case a week from next ne < t Monday Mondayand 1OD Mondayand Il7 Il7Md
and the bearing was as adjourned adjournedAs
As A the case will stand in the judge judgehands jud judhands judged judgedhands
hands upon the submission of briefs next nextwaek Dexti nextweek
i week Thiwv T does stand the ghost of a show showfor ah showfor w wi
i for aoquittat acquittal from Matteawan according accordingI
I to several lawyers who have been fol following tot totlowtng fahlowing ¬
lowing the course of the hearing hearingThaw hearingThaw hctrtngThaw
Thaw will remain in the county Jail JailJustice jaUhero jailhero
hero 1InU final judgment is IsrencJered rendered by byJusttoo b bJwtJI10
Justice iforachauser iforachauserFATHER rorsch user userI I IFATBER
I FATHER AND SON END LIVES LIVESi LIVESAew LIVESNew DIVES1ew
i
New Aew 1ew Yorkers Unable to to Find Flnt Work WorkTake WorkTake Vork VorkTake
Take Carbolic AcidNew Acid AcidNew AchlNew
New York ork May 1iUnable 16 Unable to procure procureamployment procureOJIIPloyment procuremployment
amployment e penniless and in danger ofstarvation of ofstarvation ofsiarvatoB
starvation Andrew Williams fiftytwo fiftytwoyears ftttytwors tittytworears
years rs old and his son aon Frank wen found founddead loudde tonaldead
dead de d today hi tile basement of the apart apartment apartment PILlt PILltment ¬
ment house at 44 West Ninetyninth Nbteqtbatrtet Ninetyslothstreet Ninetyninthstreet
street the malt dvfdantly of an agree agreement 8gatment ogresast
ment m ast between father and son to end their theirw tMIrW theirwear
w W wear es They had beon dead a week weekBoth weekBoth weekBoth
Both men were found lying on couches couchesThare coucmTbere conchesThere
There was a strong odor of carbolic acid addin acidIn acidn
in n the little room room and an empty bottle bottlewhich bottle bottlewhIch bottlewhich
which had contained the poison was wasfound wa wafOund
found o a the th e lloor From all appearances appearancesit
it was obvious that one of the men meAkat had hadfirst hsA
first partaken of the deadly fluid act badth had hadthen Jw1Uaen
then th e en passed it on to the other otherSTOPS otherSTOPS otherSTOPS
STOPS SOFT DRINK DRINK SALE SALEWinchester ALEFlnoh6
Winchester Flnoh6 ter Official Decide Bever Beverage Deverage Beverage ¬
age IB a Hard Ono Oneipedrt OnoSpeoM Ono1ped1110
> SpeoM 1ped1110 to The WnUvtaiB W Reread IlcnUWliwbester HealdWIlle RereadWineheeter
Wliwbester WIlle efier Va Va May HThe local localAntiSaloon JoeaIAnUStdoon
AntiSaloon League succeeded ncceedeclln succeeded in patting pattinga pattinstop <
a stop to the sale sal of an alleged soft eoftdrink softdrink softdrink
drink which has been ta great t demand demandhere demandherl
here stnea 8 the alto WMt 11 rdp4 < nr Tb The drink drtokonly drink1Me
1 1Me tl een
IGmi1 o only l 1 ll s ttj af rteoeU IIf flat aaaiyats aaaiyatsby arsalyNsbY
by Ui the StaW St pmrtstslio ta sitowv e ed It toce to con contain eeetam n ¬
tam practlcalljr PttUttaa11f l per p cent ateohoi and andthe aac1the andthe
the Common ComDKmwee Comraomaweah weeUh h attorney attomerrved served notice noticeon nottceon noticeon
on all soft drink sellers Ier that for any fur further furtber ¬
ther sale 1e they would be subject to the thepenalties thep1ti
penalties p1ti of the Byrd law and that t the tharaBponslbillty thera
ra raBponslbillty p nslbiUty of ascertaining ueerta1nt the per cent centof Cl8fttof Dentof
of alcohol rests with wi th the sellers sellersREPUBLICANS aeUeraREPUBLIOANS sellersREPUBLICANS
REPUBLICANS NAME BURROWS BURROWSMichigan BURROWSJllehlgnn BURROWSMichigan
Michigan Senator Temporary Chair Chairman Chnlrman Chairman ¬
man of Chicago Convention ConventionChicago ConventionChtC8 CanrentlonChicago
Chicago ChtC8 o May M 1iUnltecl United States Senator SenatorJ
J C C Burrows of Michigan was tonightselsoted tonight tonightselected toDt toDtHIlOted
selected as temporary chairman of the theRepublican tbeRepublIcan
Republican national n Uonsl convention CD Uon and John JohnB JoIuIR JohnR
B R Maliery of Columtme Colnni > < ins Ohio Ohio as tem temporary temI ¬
porary secretary secretaryThis s creta cretaThi
I This Thi action was taken tonight by the thesubcommittee theflUb thesubcommittee
subcommittee flUb of arrangements of the na national Dation naticusal ¬
tional l committee now in session perfect perfectIng p rtect rtecttns pet ttact ttactfng
Ing the plans for the convention conventionTSO conventionI
I TWO wo BODIES IHTBE IN THE WOODS WOODSPolice WOODSI
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i Police Find Corpse Co se on Ground in inSearch inI inSearch
Search for Another AnotherOne AnotherI AnotherHangs
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One Hangs Self to Tree the Other Otheraiay OtherI
I May Have Tnlcen TnlcenPoison Tnlceni TakenPoison
i Poison PoisonSftMfel
SftMfel I to The 111 ttHbkgen > a3fes + sa HmU HmUBaltimore 1I1tLDaltimofEt IlKaldBaltimore
Baltimore May M 16Lylng 16 Lying within wJtblnyards sBO sBOyards
yards of each other in a lonely strip of ofwoods oCwoods
woods In n the rear at the Holy Redeemer RedaemerGamete RedeemerCemet
Gamete Cemet Cemetgr between the Belair and Har Harford Harford Harford
ford roads rosqs the bodies of two men ona onaof onaof
of whom came to his death from unknown unknowncauses unknowncauses
causes causes and the other by hanging himself himselfto himselfto
to the limb of a tree were discovered this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonThey afternoonThey afternoonThey
They were identified as Frederick Rune Runabarg Runeberg Runeberg
berg fiftynine years old 1011 Brlscoo Brlscoostreet BrlSQOestreet Brisooestreet
street and Herman MItcherling slxtynve slxtynveyears slxtyfiveyears
years old 993 North Central avenue avenueThe avenueThe
The body of Mltcharlinff was found In Inthe Inthe
the morning by three boys out fishing fishingWhile fishinghile
While hile the police were making a short cut cutthrough cutthrough cutthrough
through the woods they found the body bodyof bodyof
of Runebarg He had been been dead d 8d several severaldays veral veraldays
days daysThe daysThe
The searchers found a bottle that had hadcontained hadcontained
contained carbolic acid near the corpse corpSe on onthe onthe
the ground The bottle was corked eo kGd and andwas andwas andwas
was lying l lng about 100 f reef eef from the body In Ina Ina
a direct lino The supposition is that the theman theman
man dranK tho poison and then thraWln throwing throwingtha throwingthe g
the bottle away laid down and died diedA diedA
A Notable Snle at t Sloans SloansThe SlonnsThe SlaanrThe
The Annual Clearance Sale SaJe an im important ImOrtant ¬
portant auction event event looked forward to towith towIth t twith o
with a great srE + at deal of Interest Int rest by the elita elitaof ellteof elit oe e
of Washington opens at Sloans Sloan s 1407 liJ1St G Gst Gst
st St Wednesday next The catalogue cataloguewhich cataloguewhich
which can be had at the exhibition to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and TQesday embrace nearly riearl Y
1100 valuable numbers in rare furnituresilver furniture furnituresilver furnIturesilver
silver plate books china glass bronzes bronzespaintings
paintings Pflintln s Persian rugs curios bronzesi Ac c all allgoing al algoing elf
going to form a very attractive collection collectionand col1ectlonand
and a sale worth the trouble of attending attendingElejilinat attendingElellba
Elephant Elellba tt Ear Bulbs at 5c Each
At Kramers 916 F st at nw nwdio
91450 10 to Ke Kcpdysville b8vJne for Antietam Bat
tlollcld 1 Decoration Day
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Con ¬
sult agents for particulars particularsFrank parUculorsFrank j
Frank Wbbey Lfbbt Co say n it t is s > iettin retting
worse worseand and are cutting price price i
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PRESIDENT PRESID ENT GIVES GIYESMETHODISTS GIVESMETHODISTS GIVESi GIVES1tIt11
METHODISTS s i ADVICE ADTOAddresses ADVICEI ADVICEAddrrsses I
Addresses 1tIt11 PSSes Delegates DoleoateS to the theGeneral theGenel thenerat
Genel General G e eLAUD nerat confer Conference n C C i iLAUDS
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I LAUD LAUDS TES Ms MsHigh s Q 4Es UNVERSL s Y YH1gh 1 1I
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I High Dignitaries of a the Church IK antConventlon IKConvention btI
I Convention Oonen lon in Baltimore Baltim ore Come C01l1 to toWashington tonllltingto toWashington
Washington nllltingto l Two Thousand Strongin Strong Strongi StrongIn
i In Special Train to Inspect Prog Progress Progres Frogroes ¬
roes res on the American University UniversityDelegates UnhcrlJlt UnhcrlJltDeleptee UniversityDelegates
Delegates and guest to attendance JUeadacIt on entine onthe
the Methodist M 1st Episcopal Bp general at confer coat coateDCe coniesteen conference ¬
teen eDCe now in > R session In Baltimore to the thenumber tbeof thenumber
number of 2jW0 came to this ett cttjr y 7 7t yes yesterday s stcrday
tcrday t and listened to stirring sUrrtqby addressee addresseeby addresseeby
by President Roosevelt Roosevelt t and other ot prom promtaent promi presetsent
i sent men on the grounds groun s of the New NewAmerican NewAmertcan NewAmerican
American University CntfttIIt in m Longhboro L LOt l born road roadIn roMIII roadIn
In addition to die vteltors Ti ltors there wore woreprobably wenprobeblr wereprobably
probably 1fO l W Vtasbingtonlsus Wa WMbhtitont hingtonlns in attend attaadanee attendance atteIMIaace ¬
ance The gsvthertng was a rtprsieaffUtttve rtprsieaffUtttveone 1tJftMft tttve tttveone
one containing CODtalnm dignitaries 41p1t ties s of the Metho Methodist Ma1bodiet Idetlfodint ¬
dist Church from all parts of the worldThe world worldThe worklThe
The meeting was held for Ute pufpos pufposof putpoor patpose patposeof
of giving tare ts del d8legfit8S agates a chance to lee leethe seethe ee eethe
the work already done on the collegebuplWage college collegebuittliasB ooHegebwtbiDt
buittliasB of the American University Universityto
to explain the scope and purpose of It Itand It Itand itand
and to bring to their attention the crying cryingneed crytJl crytJlaeel cryingneed
need for funds with which bleh to complete completethe oomplatethe oompletthe
the magnificent DUagnl eeBt enterprise which is now nowin DOWiR nowfn
in Jtg ts Infancy InfancyT halaneyTwo infancyTpro
T Two vo Special Trains TrainsThe TrainsThe ralnH J JThe
The Baltimore guests arrived on two twospaetal twospacial twospecial
special trains at U46 oclock yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning Y titerdaymorning <
morning One delegation came over the thePennsylvania thePenM thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania PenM lvanla thirteen cars beln beIng re required rt rtQulred required ¬
quired to transport it while the othe othecame otheR otheRcame othecame
came over the Baltimore and Ohio and andsixteen andatxtean andsixteen
sixteen cars were necessary They The weremet were wersmet weremet
met at the Union Station and escorted to tospecially toapedaUy tospecially
specially chartered cars which conveyed conveyedthem conveyedthem conveyedthem
them to Grant avenue where carryalls carryallsware carryallswere carryallswere
were In waiting wt tlngo to take them to theuniversity the theuniversity tbeunivermty
university grounds groundsA
A large platform had bean erected on ontha onthe o othe n
the collage campus just to the south of oftho oftho o othe t
tho College of History the only buildinof building buildingof g
of the proposed group completed The Thestand Thestand Thestand
stand was draped In bunting and Ameri American Amercan American ¬
can flags and a portion of the Marine MarineBand MarineBand MarinBand e
Band gave musical selectionsPresident selections selectionsPresident selectlonsPr
President Pr llldent Roosevelt chief speaker speakerwhile spookarwhile speakerwhile
while devoting himself largely to the ad advance advanCe advanee ¬
vance of Methodism also took up his hisrace hisrace hisrace
race suicide theories and spoke spokeIn In a most mosteloquent mosteloquent mss msseloquent t
eloquent manner mannarTha mannorTho mannerThe
The meeting was called to order at atoclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
oclock by Rev Franklin Hamilton Hamiltonchancellor Hammonchancellor Hamiltonchancellor
chancellor of the unlver university Ity ty A momen momenbefore onomant onomantbefore momontbefore t
before he arose arose to speak the President Presidentaccompanied PresIdentaccompanIed Presidentaccompanied
accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt mounted mountedthe mountedthe mountethe d
the steps leading to the stand standThe standThe standThe
The Marine Banta Ban played the Star StarSpangled St StarSpangled r rSpangled
Spangled Banner at the approach of the theChief theChlet th thChief e
Chief Executive but but the strains ware warealmost worealmost wer weralmost e
almost drowned by the cheers and ap applause applause applause ¬
plause which greeted gT90t d him and the air airwas afrVasa a1 a1was r
was Vasa a perfect sea of waving hats and andhandkarchiefa andhandkorchlefs an d
handkerchiefsEntire handkerchiefs handkarchiefaEntire handkorchlefsEntire
Entire Assemblage Sings SingrsChancellor SingsCbancellor SingsChancellor
Chancellor Hamilton in a few appr apprpriate appro appropriate appropriate o ¬
priate remarks Introduced Bishop Cran Cranston Cran5ton ¬
stun of Washington Prayer was offered offeredby olIcredby d
by by Bishop Henry Warren af after after tor wiii wiiithe which whichthe whichthe ch
the the hymn Faith of Our Fathers in inwhich Inwhich i iwhich n
which the entire assembly joined was led ledby ledby le d
by Percy Foster FosterAfter FosterAfter FosterAfter
After this Bishop Cranston said saldThat saldThatwas Tha That Thatwas t
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Sccretar Secretary of Committee IN Delegate Delegateto
to Chicago Chle fo ConventionColumbus Convention ConventionColulnbus CcJtvoutonColumbu
Columbus Ohio May ItTwo conven conventions COftftaU0l18 conreatons ¬
tons were held today at Portsmouth bar 1ttRepublicans barRepublicans 9 9Republicans
Republicans of the Tenth Ohio OhioI district districtElmer districtElmer
Elmer Dover of of1P01UlD01Ith fror ortamoath amouth secretary secretaryof retarJ retarJof
I of the national committee corn WM w sleeted sfactMas
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Ai the oth rider r rTaft coavaaiioiv tsu4autioaJ tsu4autioaJTaft < Mt > iictio i ttr ttrT
T Taft ft v were re made end 4 Phflo Clark Clark of ofPortsmouth ofPortamouth ofPortsmouth
Portsmouth and Edwin Jones Jones of Jack Jackson JacktIoIi JactIon
son Ion were weret1amed named as delegates Two Con Congressional ntonal Congresatonal ¬
gressional tonal nominations nominations will be made nextweek next nextweek BUtweek
week weekMethodists weekTOO weekTOO
TOO MANY DELEGATES DELEGATESIct110tis DELEGATESMeflto
Methodists Meflto Ict110tis lists Consider Plan toSave toSave to i iSave
Save Money MoneyWILL Mane ManeWILL i
WILL COME UP TOMORROWltnolutton TOMORROW TOMORROWTtosolntloH OMORROWItOllolutloB
TtosolntloH 10 Looking okl Jiff Toward Rednc Rednction Rednction Redaction
tion in Reprcsontatiou Already Alrcnl in inHatids inI1anls InIlauds
Hatids of Committee of otConference otConferenceIn Conference Conferencein
in n Session at Baltimore DaltlmorcTwo Two PlansWi11 Plans PlansWill PJ1J1STll1e
Will Tll1e Be a Sabmtttclo Submitted No Specific Speclllc Cut CutSpaeM Outsial Cuts
SpaeM s to tolbe Ite tMf frAlMuu h oo IknM IknMBaltimore nwBaltimore IirtaMBaltimore
Baltimore Md Kay 11Following themovement the themovement Utemovemeut
movement to reduce the number of ofbishops ofbleb ofblsbope
bishops bleb in the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EPiMoIJlllChurch EPISoopalChurch
Church because of the expenses expens of the theplans theeplRop8e3 theepiscopacy
episcopacy It developed todAy ot otplans the theplans t
plans are afoot to reduce the tb delegates delegatesto
to the General Conference of the church churchby churchby church churchby
by a third or a half halfIn halfIn
In all probability the question willcome will willcome willcome
come up before the General Conference Conferencein
in n session here early the coming week waakand wMkand weekand
and the prevailing opinion is that despltthe despite despitetba despitetbe e
the opposition whch will most likely de develop de develop d dvelop e ¬
velop against t it It the advocates of a small smaller smaller smaller ¬
er representation lepre ntatJon will triumph when whenfinal a aflnal aftna11Ote
final ftna11Ote vote is taken takenAlready takenAlready takenAlready
Already a resolution has been placed placedin piaeo piaeoIn d
de
in the bands of the committee on the thestate tb tbstate tai taistate e
state of the church by the Nebraska con conference canterence ¬
terence which it Is said provides that thattha thatthe the t
the system of electing delegates to the theGeneral tbeGne th e
General Gne l Conference be so changed as to toconsidc tooon1dr t tooneldr o
considc ably bly lessen sen the total number numberTwo DumberTwo numberTwo
Two resolutions of a similar character characterit
it was learned today will bo introduced introducedeither introducedefther introduceeither d
either Monday or Tuesday and It an anunfavorable anunfavorable a aunfavorable n
unfavorable report is a submitted to th thconference the theconference theconference e
conference on the first ftr resolution re the thenumber thenumber th thnumber e ee
number will still sat be ample to keep th thmatter the thematter thematter e
matter before the conference until some somesort somesort som e ee
sort of a change t6 i geed eed upon uponXo uponI
I Xo o Specific Cut CutIn CutIn CutIn
In none of the resolutions it is claimed claimedIs olafm d
Is there a suggestion as to just how fu fur furthe fnrthe r
the reduction shall go so but It was freely freelyasserted freolyasserted free d dasserted Y
asserted on the floor of the Lyric today todayi todaythat toda Y
i that the representation should at leasbe least leastbe leastbe t
tt
be reduced onethird and not a few won wonso went wentso t
so far as to declare that a lopping off offof oftof o tY
of onehalf would leave lave a sufficient a mcient num number number ¬
ber a of de1eptboth delegates both lay and minis mlnlstarial ministerialto lntnlstorlalto
tarial terialto to properly transect all the buss business busln8M ¬
ness nessAmong n8MAmong
Among many man of the big men of th thchurch the thechurch thp
church It te pointed out that if If tho con conference conferanco ¬
ference at t the Lyric has done nothing nothlri ads adsit else elseIt elseIt e
It has proven conclusively that the body bod Y eY
Is entirely entIrel too large l rg8 ergs for the satisfactory satisfactorytransaction satisiaet0
transaction of business businessThe buSIness buSInessThe
I The s second eond ond argument ar ment advanced by the thesupporters th thaupperters e
supporters of the movement is the Im Important ¬
portant item of expense expe In recent ye years yearsit years yearsIt
it is asserted aS erted the cost of maintaining the thedelegates thedelegates th thdelegates e
delegates properly has grown to enormous enormousproportions enarm enormu us usproportions usse
proportions and if the present increase increasecontinues Increasecontinues inereA inereAcontinues se
continues the th church cburc h would of necessity necessityhave nacessR nacessRhave Y
have to cut down the representation representationBaltimore representatIonDnIthnore representationBaltimore
Baltimore nnd Return ReturnBaltimore fl25 fl25Baltimore 1 i
Baltimore 8 Ohio R R n nEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains
both ways both days except Royal Llra Limited UmJted
ited City offices 141 1417 G at s af and 619 Pa PaBoards Pnavo P PAbe a
AbeBoards Abe avoDonrds
Boards dressed 2 510 9105 U O per 100 feet feetFnml feetFrant fee t
Frant Fnml Libbey C CnI6thJ5tand CII < i 6that 6th and and1 Hi 3T XavCt aaly ave e te
IAN 1YIA STARTSPANIC STARTSPANICON STARTS PAHIC PAHICON
ON oI ELEVATED TRAIN TRAIHSupposed TRAINSupposed TRADr
r
Supposed Sat 4sed Senator withXnife withXnifeEtins with f Knife KnifeRuns e
Runs AmuckYOUNG Amuck AmuckWOMN AmuckYOUNGp
YOUNG WOMAN IS TRIELED TRIELED3Inn TRAltrnLED TRAltrnLED3Ian TR I1BLE I1BLE3fan D
3Inn Wl Vlao 110 o Attempts to Disarm Iu Iuimtic Iuuntlo Luuntie
untie IM Slashed and Seriously SeriouslyStnbbeil Serlousl SerlouslSfabb SeriouslStnbbedPolico Y
Stnbbeil Sfabb StnbbedPolico dPoUco Police Club Pnssonsers IJn engerl to torteitiorc toReitforc t tReatore o
rteitiorc Semblance of Order Ordcrs Ordcrs8RUant Ordor1ssnilant As Assailant ¬
sailant Climbs Gates to Escape BscapeN9vc SHeapeN EscapeNa
N9vc N Na c York May laAm 16 A8 unidentflied unidentfliedman unidentifititan nldeallftedsupJOll
man supposed to have become 9 MJddeaty MJddeatyIIHIaDe i + unddenl unddenllaaane ddeaty ddeatyinsane y
insane ran amuck with a knife on a tAx Lexington tAx11ICt0R Loxitagtoa ¬
ington ave aT arenas M elevated tram llR in Brooklyn Brooklyntonight lJrookl7RtoDllbt Brook Brooktonight
tonight A man and woman aa In inkospital a ahospital aJapltal
at
hospital serfcmeiy Injured as the raealt raealtTha nistJtIM realti realtiThe t
The assallaat laRt escaped ped in the confusion confusionfoHowms CGIItl1s1oBfoliowID swntu swntufollowing
following tl the calling eaI oat of the police r rserves re reserves ro rones o ¬
serves to quell the panic among the thesepgema UMgem pee paesepgers
sepgers gem m fa n the train The injured areFLxE are arePKAXK ar8PItL
PKAXK PItL h LOOMIS LO ns t tikty4kae rtr tfiaNai asses asseslees aereM Ac Acfew UteUte
few mt a w U Ute IIIIt IM heed I a asi i itsHml akl ta a tfce e hi hiLtHOAitRT Mt Mtkn flitIIuIt t
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SMk tae ef e mtu Sow rite heal MM s u aM staaldie Mnl l ldie bfrti bfrtisuydte
suydte suydteThe w die dieThe die
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The train was s running at a good rate ratei rateotspeed rat ratof e
i of otspeed speed when the man who appearedbe appeared to tobe tobe
be a foreigner jumped to his feat Draw Drawing DrawJng Drawlag ¬
lag a long Oftg knife b1e h ho slashed at his seat seatmate soo1to seatnrto
mate to The latter ran screaming scre m1ngfel m1ngfelOwed fed fedlowed fallowed ¬
lowed by tho knlfewteWtr knlfewteWtrPente knIC wteldlr wteldlrP8Idc
Pente seized the other passengers They Theyrushed Theyruebed Th Thruebed c y
ruebed from the oar Miss U B Roe baing baingtrampled bolngtrampled beln belntrampled g
trampled While hila this was going g ing on Loo Loomis Loomis Lo Lomis o
mis mixed it with the Insane man and andwas andwas an anwas d
was badly badlyhurt badlyhurtWhen hurt hurtWhen hurthen
When hen the train tr ln reached the Kaee Halsey Halseystreet Halseyueet Y
street station police reserves wore call called calledThey caUedThe od e
oded
They The wars weuforced forced to club the frightened frightenedpassengers frightenedpueengers frighten frightenpassengers ed edof
passengers to restore soma s same mo semblance semblanceorder of oforder oforder
orderWhile order orderWhile orderWhile
While this was going going on the Insane inSan man manclimbed manclimbed ma n
climbed across the closed gate and and disap disappeared disappeared disc discpoared p ¬
peared pearedVANDERBILTS pearedV
VANDERBILTS V COME BACKReginald BACK BAOKReginald B40Kf
f
Reginald < Declines to Discuss Dl8cu a Alfired Al Alfreds AIfred ¬
freds fred Family Troubles TroublesNew Tr ubleo ubleoNew
New York May 16 IGReglnald Reginald Vander Vanderblit VanderbUt r
bUt hilt with his wife and daughter came camehome camehome cam e
home today aboard the Kalserin Auguste AugusteVlotorla Augus AugusVIctoria AugusVictoria
VIctoria after a two twomonths months sojourn In InLondon InLondon n
London LondonAlthough LondonAlthough LondonAlthough
Although Mr Vanderbilt did not care careto careto ca cato r e
to talk for publication his wife wIteeald said theywould they theywould th ey
would go to thalr Newport home Imme Immediately Immediately imm e ¬
diately for tile summer They refused to totalk totalk
talk about the marital troubles of q Alfred AlfredVanderbllt AlfredVanderbilt Alfr AlfrVanderbilt ed
Vanderbilt VanderblltSpencer VanderbiltSpencor
Spencer Eddy secretary of fie he Ameri American AmarlC8l1 ¬
can Embassy at Berlin arrived on t tsame the thesame the thesarno he
same boat boatCHALLENGES bootOHALLENGES boatCH9LLENGES
CHALLENGES THE WRIGHTS WRIGHTSFrenchman WRIGHTSFrenchman WRIGHTSFrenchman
Frenchman Doubts Plying 1lng Achiesmeats Achieve Achievements Achievements e ¬
ments of Day Dayton 011 Men 1lenParis MenParis
Paris May 1ftHenrY 16 Henry Farman the set setHaut aero aeronaut R JO JODaut o ¬
naut Haut has Issued a challenge a to the the Wright WrightBrothers WrightBrothers Wrig ht hten
Brothers of Dayton Ohio who have been beenconducting beenconducting be beconducting en
conducting experiments at Manteo N Nfor C Cfor 0for
for a n hi u g machine m machine chlne contest In France Francethe Francethe e
the stakes to be 7500 7500 a fiid side and the time timeand timeand ti m e
and distance to be mutually arranged arrangedMr arrangedMr
Mr Farman questions ques ons the alleged allegedachievements aUogQdachievements alleg allegachiovements ed
achievements of the Wrights In their re recent re recent r rcent e ¬
cent flights in the United States States15SOi States158DlrmlngJlnt11 StatestWSO
tWSO 15SOi 158DlrmlngJlnt11 Birmingham nnd Return 1550 UsoVia i iVia 1550Via S0
Via Southern Railway account Rounlon Rouni RouniConfederate
Confederate Veterans V teran June J ne 6 7 r and g S Sfinal Sfinal
final limit June 30190 30190CIear SO 180S 180SClear 19D5Clenr
I
Clear Alabama flooring t2 2 per 100 ie feet feetFrank feet feetrrr et
Frank rrr rapk jUbbejr t Co 6th th st at and N Y avo avoto av a
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CONVICTED C4IdVICT DD D OF PERJURY PERJUBYMaryland PERJURYMaryland PERJURY PERJURYlarTl
Maryland larTl nd Man Say Says He 1I Had Not X XVisited No NoVlrdtctl °
Visited Saloons SaloonsCumberland Si1IoQnS SaloonsSpedei
S Spedei t W 1ke i a 1VeIa v t 11 11Cumberland liettld liettldCumberland
Cumberland Bid ld auy if lIThe IL Tau The mangledbody mangled mangledbody mangtcbody
body of Charles Bowlin widower aged agedthirty agedthir ged gedthlr
thirty thlr y ythe years ears electrician was D found along alongthe alongthe
the Baltimore and Ohio tracks last la t night nightHe ntghtIf
He flflrtdantly attempted to board a a freight fralgfcttrain fIBiglttrain freighttrain
train train falling tamn under un r the wheels wfiealsJohn wheelsJ wheelsJohn
John J lm Labor Labor of Midland this county countywas countyWWiJ countywan
was convicted by a jury of perjury hVetoday 1 flare flaretoday e eWoodIlY
today According te t tile e testimony te ttmol1 La Lnbot Laher
her had testified testlft before the grand jurythat Jury Jurythat jurythat
that he had not been in any saloon in inAllogany inAllegany n nAllegany
Allegany County within a II year He Howttn8 was wasa tray traya
a witness wttn8 in a nSUftdJIJelling c Sundayselling yseluag ease andthe and andthe andthe
the prosecution showed that he had visSteel visfted vis visited ¬
Steel saloons I6lo os moo last grand nd jury In Its Itsreport Its18l1OrtrererX itsreport
18l1OrtrererX report report rtfarrad referred 4 to the rut that penury parjcryon
on the part p rt of witnesses wltIIeSIJ before the grand grandJury gmndJUry grandjury
Jury has become general generalJohn senendJolm generalJohn
John ii G Miller Republican call candidatefor candidate candidatefor eandl ate atetar
for mayor Is continuing an active cam campaign cantpa Campaign ¬
paign pa notwithstanding the iharge arge that he heis heis
is 1 Ineligible in ease of election on ac no noc aecount
count c unt of not noti being thirty years y an old the tbaminimum tb tbminimum theminimum
minimum age required by the charter He Herefuses Herefuses Herefuses
refuses to withdraw To try to keep himoat him himout himout
out on technicalities wjll not meet withthe with withthe withthe
the approval of the voters the Rapubtl Rapubtlcans Repu Republicans tI tIans
cans cans declareFOUND declare declareFOUND declareOUND
FOUND OUND DEAD IN WOODS WOODSProminent WOODSProminent WOODSProminent
Prominent Contractors Corpse Die Diecor Dlacovred Dll1cogred
covred cogred cor red by b Ncgrro NcgrroSpwkl Segroto egro egroSpecial
Special to The WaAtestos I Herald HenUSalisbury HeraldSalisbury HecaMSalisbury
Salisbury N C May Ma 16 16WI With h hts feet featlying feetlying feetb1ng
lying in h in the forks of a bush and his body bodystretched bodytretched bodytretched
tretched upon the ground the form of ofJ ofJ ofJ
J P Marlin a wellknown citizen of ofCleveland otCloveland ofCleveland
Cleveland Rowan County was found in ina Ina Ina
a piece of woods near hie home todayHe today todayHe todayHe
He bad been missing from home since sinceThursday sinceThursday sinceThuraday
Thursday and his family family was was much muchalarmed mueharmad
alarmed armad at his mysterious disappearanceTI disappearanceTie dl disappearance appearanceTIle
TI Tie a body bOd was discovered erod by a colored coloredman co1orodDNtlL coloredlean
man manAn DNtlLAn leando
An Inquest was held by the coroner coronerbet coronerbIIf
bet ha failed to And evidence ef violence violenceU violencett
U to believed Ued that he fell in attempting attemptingto
to cross c 8 wire fence air 1r Marlin was wasfortyfive waslfOtt7Sh8 wasfortytyro
fortyfive years old and leaves a wife wlf andeight and andeight and andelsllt
lfOtt7Sh8 eight children childrenGIRLS C I4 I4GffiLS chidrenGIRLS
t
GIRLS NOMINATE TAFT TATTTno TAFTTwo TAFTTwo
Two Ballots Taken by b Imitation ImitationPoliticians ImltntionPoliticIans ImitationPolltlc1nus
Politicians nt VassarPoughkeepsie Vassar VnssarPoughkeepsie Ynssa r rPougtakeepjlle
Poughkeepsie N Y May 1IVasMr 16Vassahold M 1IVasMrheld Yasser Yasserheld r
held a national convention tonight and andnominated andnomInated a auomlmated nd
nominated Taf Taft t for President PresidentIt PrQ PresidentIt ldent ldentIt
It was a lifelike convention too TaXt TaXtand Taltaad Tai t
and Hughes and Falrbanksor as good goodImitations gooJmltatloM gooditnttatlata
Imitations of them as Vt Vaaaar V sar girls oMrid oMridfurnish oasil oasilfurnishsat d dturnlslt
dt
furnish turnlslt eat t on the platform platt lwm orra and Taft Taftmade Taftntade Taf Tafns t
made ns n nde a abort speech of ofOPre acceptance acceptancePresident
OPre President ldut Roosevelt aDd his family ftmttlyaU ftmttlyaUgtrl familyaiVaaar all allVassac i
Vassac girl imltaOosocc8pied imltatlGIII oocapled a a boxArontimugt box boxpromtmpt
promtmpt t imitation hlll R newspiper n WJllllper men took tookoopteBc too toocopteua k
oopteBc ano notes and counterfeit 111 ntbays messenger messengerbojrs mss
bays galloped abeet b0ut t the halt haltIt
It It took two baflois bs Iitt te decide MeW the con contest contest ¬
test testSEEgING testSEEKING
SEEKING MISS VANDERBILT VANDERBILTPrinceton VANDERBILTPrinceton
Princeton Librarian May Have 3tc Met Metwith ct ctUh t
with Uh Fonl Play PlayPrinceton PlayPrlneet PIayPrinceton
Princeton Prlneet n N J May 16 lBSearchers Searchers for forAssistant fOrAeelstaat fa faAssistant r
Assistant Librarian Bertha Vandarbttt o oPrinceton of ofPrinceton ofPrlncet f fi0e
Princeton n University miming Mn MnVedneaday since sinceWednesday sineeWednfl8dar i0e
Wednesday afternoon are coining over to tothe tothe
the opinion of the yeans YOUR womans parents parentsMr parentAr par parire ertt4
Mr ire r and Mrs William Vanderbilt VanderbiltAmnsterdam of ofAmsterdam orAmsterdam
Amsterdam N Y that the girl has mat matwith metwtth me mewith t
with foul play playSo playSo
So thoroughly t has Carnegie Lake bean beandragged be bedragged n ndraggad
dragged for the corpse that th a at t it is isbelleed isbelleedJmpo beHaved beHavedimpossible bcitev ed
impossible Jmpo lble a body in its waters could couldhava couldhave colt colthero
have been overlooked overlookedTha overlookooThe
The detectives employed by the VanderbUts Vander VanderMlts
bUts to aid the hundreds of students studentsengaged studeatsusagel stnden
engaged fn n the hunt are working on the thefoal thefOUl th thfoul e
fOUl play thaory whil while tile university universityman unlvor unlverslmen lty ltylIMn tY
man are raking the river aqueduct a alaka and andlako tnd1Ilko
lakoROMN 1Ilko 1IlkoROMAN lako
ROMAN CABMEN ON STRIKEDrivers
Drivers Drivers Object Because Motor Ca Cars CarsGet CarsGet
Get Licenses LicensesAH Licens s sAs
As a a Result of Trouble in ItaliaGapltal Italian ItalianCapital Italian ItalianCapital n
Capital Many Ian Are Thrown ThrownOut ThrownOut
Out of Work WorkRome 1 ork orkRomE +
1
Rome May lay 16 16Two Two thousand t Roman Romanoabbles Romanoabbles Ro Roeabbies man
oabbles struck the other day because the thamayor theQ1fl th thmayor
mayor Q1fl Or allowed five motor cabs to ply f for forhire forhl16 or
hire The strike lasted three dys dt ys during duringwhich durinGwhich darln darlnwhich 5
which the profits of the five motor tor cabs cabswere cabswere
were SiSi SiSiThe iiiThe iS iSThe
The strike is now ever but 400 Roman Romancabbies Romancabbies Romacabbies n
cabbies have lost their licenses It seems seemsthat seemsthat sea seathat ms
that J large Iarg proportion of the cabbies cabbieswere cabbloeware cabbt cabbtwere cu
were bad characters who had done time timefor tJmefpr d dfpr me
fpr theft stabbing or other offenses and andwere andwere an d
were under police surveillance Legally Legallythey Legtqly Legtqlythey Legarlthey y
they had no right to act as cabbies but buttha tiuttho b ut
the municipality winked rather than thanthrow thanthrow the thethrow n
throw them out of employment employmentThese omploymentThese
These men are now lamenting that thatthey thatthey th ththey at
they organized the strike while the 1000 1000righteous 1000righteous 1
righteous cabblos And nd the five motor cab cabdrivers abddvers b bse
drivers are rejoicing over the decrease decreasein doerea se
in competition competitionINSANE competitionmSANE
INSANE HE TRIES TO MURDER MURDERWisconsin MURDERWisconsin MURD
Wisconsin Man Inn Ends Life After AfterWonndinf AfterVoundlng Aft AftWounding er
Wounding Four Persons PersonsWausau PerfionWausau
Wausau Wls May 16 16In In a fit of in insanity insanity i isanity n
sanity tonight Albert Mllbauar tried triedkill to tokill tok
kill k III everybody 6VerybO dy within view and then thenended th thended en
ended his own lifeHls life lIreHis j jHis
His victims vlctlmsln v included luded his wife and three threeothers threeoth9r thr ee
others othersHis oth9rHis othersHis
His wife will probably die dl The others otherswere otherswore oche rs
were not seriously wounded woundedDISCUSS woundedDISOUSS
DISCUSS BISHOPS SUCCESSOR
I Mgrr Fnrrelly of Home nome Spoken of offor otfor
for See of Cleveland ClevelandRome
Rome May 16 16fgr Mgr John John Farrelly t the thespiritual thespIritual he
spiritual adviser of the American College Collegehere COllegehere Coils Coilshere g e
here la spoken of at the Vatican as t the thei thom05 ho
i most m05 probable successor to the Ia IaRight late lateRight lateI to
I Right Right Rev Ignatius Frederick Hors Hqrst Hqrstmann lIOft3t lIOft3tII t
II mann Bishop of Cleveland Ohio Sign SignFarrelly IgrI 1I 1IFarrelly gr
I Farrelly comes from from Nashville which is isin Isi
i in the same ecclesiastical province provinceCleveland as asCleveland asCleveland
Cleveland ClevelandDrcsucd Clevelandpreea
Drcsucd picket and palings 92 2 per 100 100ITrank 100Vronk 1 00
ITrank abbey Llbbe Co 6th st st and N Y ave ave av e
l OUISIANA m I NA STORM STORMt1PESOUTTO1NS TO M MWIPE
WIPE t1PESOUTTO1NS t1PESOUTTO1NSDeath OUT TOWN TOWNDeath
Death and Devastation Fol Follow FoIlow col14W ¬
low in Tornados Wake WakeTHREE WakeJ WakeTHltE Wah Q Qr QTHREE
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THltE THREE KILLED IN ONE oh PARISHFatal PARISH PARISHTotal PARISHt PARISHPotnl
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Total of Injured in h inu ip1J1nge Village of Cha Chataignler Chatnlgnler Chittaignier
taignler Numbers Nllm1e 1f More Than aScoreMau a aScore
j jcoreJlau
Score ScoreMau coreJlau Man Wo Wofruan Woman oman fruan unit Guild Are AreDead AreDendLarge AroDeadLarge
Dead DendLarge Large Tract of Timber Land LandDcstroycdAia LnndDcatrocdAIfN LandDestroyedAi
DcstroycdAia DcatrocdAIfN Is Called For PorNew Port PortNew ForNew
New Orleans May Ifc 11A A tornado swept sweptacross sweptaetollr sweptacross
across tile northern portion of Louisiana Louisianalate LouisianaIsle
1 late this afternoon ft leaving death anddevastation and anddevastation anddBva
devastation dBva tttton In n its path pathThe pathTh pathThe
The Th town of o Cbataignier on the Texasand Texas Texasand Texasand
and PacISc PaeJ e Railroad 150 miles northwest northwestof
of New Orleans was practically wiped off offthe oftthe offthe
the map p Chataignler had about 100 in inhabitant inhabitant 1nhabttants ¬
habitant habitantTIM habttantsThe habitantThe
The dead at Chataignier are Henry J JYoung JYOUD JYoun
Young YOUD and Mrs Aar Thomas Young and child childThe childThe childThe
The injured will total a score or more morePtaqnemine morePltiquemlne morePlagaetnine
Ptaqnemine Ridge a village in St StLandry St StLandry StLandry
Landry Parish b was ruined Three per persons peraDDS persons ¬
sons were killed and a dozen or more in injured Injured injured ¬
jured there tber Every house in that neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighbarheod ¬
borhood was demolished by the tornado tornadoA tornadoA
A child C of IS E Richards was killedand killed killedand killedand
and an unknown negro man and a child childware childwere childwore
ware crashed to death Relief supplies suppliesare suppl1fsare suppliesare
are being sent t to Plaquemine Ridge from fromOpetouaas fromOpelausu frompelousas
Opetouaas O
OpetouaasStorm
Storm Crosses River RiverCrossing RherCOIIIingUle Rt er erCreeadng
Crossing COIIIingUle the Mississippi ppt River a few fewmiles fewmil fewmdse
miles mil below St at Tnmcisville the tornado tornadodevastated tornadodaYUated tornadoevastated
devastated d one of the finest timber sec sections sectlena sectiorae ¬
tions of the State destroyed de many farm farmhouses farmhou farmouses
houses h ouses s and fences and injured a num number number numher ¬
ber of people peopleAH peopleAn peopleAil
AH Wires hi n the stormawept section on were wereprostrated werep wereAioatrated
prostrated p Aioatrated and the details so far re recdvM IPC1IIYBd reteived
cdvM were obtained from nearby towns townswhere toMwben townswhere
where news of the winds destructive destructivework de destructivework tructhe tructhework
work was brought in by runners seat seutfrom flentflOlD seatfrom
from the stricken section A to summon summonpnysfetaas summonph
pnysfetaas ph pbysft atta and other help helpCLEVELAND helpCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND MITCH BETTERormer BETTER BETTERFormer BETTERFormer
Former F ormer Presidents Wife Gives Out OutOfficial OutOtlclal OatOffteial
Official 5toterW Statement StatementLakewood StntemcntLakewood ent
Lakewood N f J May 1C tfKr Mr Cleve Cleveland Clee1aw4 Clevekttd ¬
land is steadily growing < better declared declaredMrs declaredXrs
Mrs Groves Cleveland C tonight and we wehope weboDe
hope hopefir he will soon be all right There Tbeiete
te no reason for feeling discouraged discouragedJftr discolltgedlor
Per the he ant nit time since his illness ill there thereif th re reSa
if no physician in the Cleveland apart apartLoWKm apartLoAdOiI apartLonddib
>
LoWKm May ItKing Kln King Edward has hasasked hasa hasaked
a asked ed the American embassy to keep hun huninformed huntntorMeCl hL hLnformed
informed I as to the condition of exPres exPresideat ex Pres Presldeat
ideat Grover ClevelandPREDICTS Cleveland ClevelandPREDICTS CJeveJaodPREDIOTS
PREDICTS JOHNSON VICTORY VIGTOEYAlaliamn VIOTORYA1abama VICTORYAlabc
Alaliamn Alabc mna Man Says S + ys S State Will VIII Be for forMinnesota torMlnne
Minnesota Mlnne otn Governor GovernorBlrmlndJAm
ej ejBirmingham
Birmingham May 16 1ITbe The State campalm cam campaign carnpdsn ¬
palm came to a dose tonight tonlPtThe tonlgntThe
The Democratic primaries will Ie be held heldMonday heldMo heldAioarday
Monday when the people will vote vote ate for fortheir fortlMlr
their choice for the Presidential nominalion nomina nomination nomination ¬
tion elect tbelr delegates eptes to the national nationalconvention nationaleGIIYeBtiGR
aenrehtien1 convention and select nominees for forState forState
State and county offices The convention conventionin
in the interest of Gov Johnson was asharp a asharp aIharp
sharp one oneA oneA oneA
A A G Smith chairman of the Johnsancampaign JohnS Johnsonoaaepalgu n nCRIIJtIm1
campaign committee tonight gave oatthis out outthis outt
this statement statementBased statementBa
Based OA information from every everycounty everyCOUIIt
county COUIIt and practically from every pre prectect predD preduct
duct dD t in the State we predict a sweep sweeping 8weeplog sieeeplug ¬
log victory for Gov Johnson Monday MondayAlabama MondayAJa MondayAlabama
Alabama AJa the first State on the roll wiltIead will willlead willload
lead off for Johnson on and Democratic Demo ratic suc sucJVTS suct succ
JVTS c 9 q t Denver DenverJohn DenverJohn DearerJohn
John V W Tomllnson on president of the theAlabama theA1abIm theAlabama
Alabama Bryan Dr Club gave e out a statement state statemant atatement
ment today In which he asserted aaa > thatthe that thattho thattile
tile vote Monday will be 4 to 1 forBryan for forBryan forBryan
Bryan BryanLA BryanLA BryanLA
LA FOLLETTE SLATE SL TE CRACKEDSenators CRACKED CRACKEDSenators ORAOKEDSenators
Senators Selections for Alternates AlternatesThrown AIter1ates AIter1atesThrown
Thrown Out Ijy 1J Committee CommitteeMilwaukee CommitteeMI1waakee CommitteeMilwaukee
Milwaukee May ItThe M The slate prepared preparedby preparedby preparedby
by the La Foliette committee for alter alternates alternate alternato ¬
nato to the national convention was wasbadly wasbtWI7 wasbadly
badly shot to pieces in the meeting of ofthe If Ifthe
the Republican State central committee committeeNo cornm1tteNo committee3o
No toss than seven Ten men selected by the thecommittee thecommittee
committee to sit in the alternate seats in inChicago laCh
Ch Chicago next June were tossed toss outside outsidethe outsidethe
the earthworks and one Henry F FCochems FCochems 1 1Coehems
Cochems barely got inside his escape escapebeing escapebeing
being due to pledges ple which he had been beenwise beenwise
wise enough to acquire personally in ad advance advance ¬
vance from members of the committee
It was in the alternatesatlarge e that thattha thatthe
the La Follette slate suffered worst Only Onlyone Onlyone
one of those Ranted amed by the committee commttt got gotthrough gotthrough
through and that was Mr Lenroot La LaFoliettes LaFollettes
Foliettes candidate for United States StatesSenator StatesSenator StatesSenator
Senator to succeed Stephenson StepbensonAfter StepbenflonAlter
After the meeting the supporters of theoriginal the theoriginal theorJ
original orJ nal slate reminded each other that an allthe anthe l ltha
the alternates were La Follette men any anyway
way 11 but for aI all that they were notpleased not notpleased notpleaBed
pleased There will not be so o much se security seourlty seourity ¬
curity felt in the Senators Ssi ators ranks as astbere asthere asthere
there would have ben had the selection selectionof
of tried and true men prevailed as had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been Intended IntendedINSTRUCTIONS intendedINSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR BRYAN BRYANTwelfth BRYANTwelfth BRYANTwelfth
Twelfth Massachusetts District DistrictAdopts DIstrIctAdolts
Adopts Ironclad IrOllu nd ResolutionsBoston R Resolutions ReaolutlonaBoston oIuUons oIuUonsBoston
Boston May 16 1GIronclad Ironclad Bryan instruc instructions Intructlons ¬
tions were adopted and Col Co A A C Drink Drinkwater Drinkater Drinkwater
water ater of Bratntree one of the original originalBryan originalBryan originalBryan
Bryan men and Dr George P Cooke of ofMllford o oUlord
Milford were chosen delegates with Prof ProfF ProfF FrolP
F J Stimson of Harvard and John T TRaddlgan TRaddlgan TRaddigan
Raddlgan of Hyde Park Park alternates at atthe atthe atthe
the Twelfth district Democratic conven convention oonventlon eonvention ¬
tion today to Y George Fred F Frgd Williams said saldiThis saidTbiils
This Tbiils Is the end of a remarkable cam campaign earnpnlgn campaign ¬
paign in oblch hlch the will of the people has hasbean hasbeen
been fully and freely expressed ed Twenty Twentytwo Twentytwo
two delegates d have been pledged or in instructed Instruoted ¬
structed for fO Bryan two are under toga resolutions r660lutions ¬
lutions in favor and only eight go under underno underno
no expression of sentiment sentimentmore more because becauseof be ausa ausaor
of oversight in some lOIn cases ouest than any anything anything
thing else elseTube elseJ elseJTube e1se1Tabs
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Siding glGO 150 err 100 feet A big cut cutFrank cutFrank
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