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OF A APAPER QUALITY PAPERQUALITY PAPER PAPEROF THEW WASHINGTON ASHIN GT ON HERALD D E RALD L LARGEST LARGEST ctxcutnrtoYNO CIRCULATION RCESTM MORNING RNINC D QOF DCIRCULATION DOF S SNO r rNO
NO 608 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY JUNE 6 1908 1808TWELVE TWELVE PAGES TWO T VO CENTS ENTs
EIGHT EIGHTKILLED EIGHTKILLEDTogether I CHT KILLED KILLEDCars
Cars Crash CrashNeat Together TogetherNear TogetherNeat
Near Neat Annapolis AnnapolisBOTH AnnapolisBOTH Annapo1isBOTH
BOTH DEMOLISHED DEMOLISHEDPassengers DEMOLISHEDPassengers DEMOLISHEDPassengers
Passengers on Way to the theAcademy theAcademy theAcademy
Academy Ball BallOFFICIAL BallOFFICIAL BallOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL IS A VICTIM VICTIMSmashUp VICTIMSmashup VICTIMa VICTIMSmashtip
a
SmashUp Occurs OccursWhile While Cars Are AreRunning AreRunning Ar AreRunning35111i1es
Running Running35111i1es 35 Miles an Hour HourW HourW HourW
W E Slaughter Traffic Passenger PassengerManager PassengerManager PassengerManager
Manager of the Washington Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
timore and a d Annapolis Electric ElectricLine ElectricLine ElectricLine
Line So Badly Hurt He Cannot CannotRecover CannotReoover CannoRecover t
Recover Small Daughter DaughterBilled Is IsKilled IsKilled
Killed and Son Is Pinned Dow DowUnder Down DownUnder DownUnder n
Under the Debris DebrisResponsibility DebrisResponsibilityfor Responsibility Responsibilityt y
for the Accident Not Yet Y Yet t Fixed FixedBelieved FixedBelieved
t
Believed to Have Been Caused by byMisunderstanding byMisunderstanding b bMisunderstanding P
Misunderstanding of OrdersSt2edal Orders Ordersbpwtal Ordersts
bpwtal ts < < W to 1 The 11I WMhtectOH w ItanU ItanUAacapolte J JAanapoillt ItaallAanaptiL
Aacapolte aw d June i5eftn 6Sevenkilled 6 Seven people peoplekilled peoplekilled 1
killed outright outrlghtand and another injured Injuredsuch to tosuch 10such
such an aJ extent t > tent that he died after being beingtaken beingtaken be betaken
taken to the Emergency Em y HoepUal In An Annapolis AJtnapolill ¬
napolis is i the remit of a terrlble wreck wrecken tii + reclc reclccn r
en ttip h new Washington Wahl ton Baltimore and andAnnapolis aDelAnMpnl18 to toAnnapnlls d dUt
Annapolis Electric Electr a Railway shortly sbortlyfore be before bj ¬
t tAmong
fore 8 oclock tonight tonightAntony tonlJlhtA
Antony A tln the fatally iajnred i Is a 1 WHIIam WHIIamE VImamE I IE
E Slaughter general g nfr31 traffic tra le manager mana er oC oCthe ofthe o othe f
the railway company who was WK horribly horriblycut horrlblycut horrlbl horrlblcut r
cut and bruised about the body He Henot te tenot S S1Iot
not expected to live liveThe lIv lIvThe liveThe
The collision eoUIa Ioft wig between bet two special specialcars specialcana speeltcars 1
cars MM < from Baltimore D61 IMltht e wtfl viiHexJ titled JllIedpM
r 1ueeCij rIat pM 1R l J JtD tzwyd tit 1itfaroDlI e
farowoH faroty + hiI ball U at b W B WW s lt l lanother 31 31another l I
another special 8 lal from fr Annapolis AnawtpoibIt Annapolisntile Jt JtIt
It oc occurred urred at c Caipt > lo atdiu atdiumites Itt °
miles ntile outride of Annapolis Annaw115The AnnapolisThe ana
The Thecan cars met headon hMdoowhl1e white going at ata a aa t
a rate r < < te of about thlrpr thirtylire thlr dve l ve miles mn an hou houThe hour hourThe MurThe r
re
The inbound Inb ° und ear was completely tele telescoped tel telcoped telcoped e
coped and left the rails rail Several of ofbodies the thebodies thebodl
bodies bodl were horribly horrlbl mangled mangledSixty maqledSlxC mangledSlxt
Sixty SlxC rnxsuiiKcrji Ini engers Aboard AboardThe aboardThe hoarl1 hoarl1The
The inbound ear it to said bAd sixty shctypassengers sixtypasHJUtfrs ext extpaseEigPrs r
passengers aboard and that more were werenot wennot war warnot e
not killed kHlf > d It is considered marvelous marvelousThe lnarvelouLThe nnarvelousThe
The collision III 1 said to havebeen haYe n duea due to toa toa
a confusion of orders orde as the railway railwaycompany raJltJocompany ratlw ratlwcompany
company has been running runnin several extra extrarars ext extar
° oars ar ea uh h day on account of o commence commencement commencement commencewent ¬
ment festivities f > tlItIH at the Naval Academy AcademyThe AcademyThe
The responsibility rtllponlllblllt for the accidentnot accident has hasnot hunot
not boon IN ln n definitely determined but the thewas there therewas thereWits re
was it was stated confusion in the or orders ordfnJ orderv
derv as to where the cars should shouldThe peas peasThe I IThe
The ears car were both specials > > the low lowcur down downcir downCl n
cir Cl r from Baltimore and the other from fromAnnapolis fromAnnapolis fro froAnnapolis m
Annapolis which left at 745 oclock oclockIt oclockIt oclockIt
It te said that the orders had hadfor Issued Issuedfor lMuedr
for r the Baltimore car to wait at atGates Beats BeatsGates BNtaGfttes
Gates three miles mil from Annapolis wher wherthere where wherethere wherethere e
there is 1 a skiing but in some way warorders fa the theorders theordenli
orders were not received recetvo or underst understand understood understoodand undentoodnnd ° 0 d
and the ear continued toward AunapolJust Annapolk AnnapolkJust AnnapollJuat
leat ii iiwhich
Just as a curve had been tftn rounded leate at atwhich Atwhleh
which the tree trees obscure the view oJey the thetwo thetwo th thtwo e
two cars dashed lh together and in fnmoment it itmoment Itmoment
moment were ere lying on their sides sidesHnrtlcHty IideeHarIIcHt irideslinrclesty
HnrtlcHty HarIIcHt an ISycvritncNN ISycvritncNNThe EyewltneNMThe
The accident was wu described dHcrU > etI by William WilliamHardesty wmlmHardNQ VlU VlUHardeets ta m
Hardesty an eyewitness of the collision collisionHe colUmnHe colligfoHe mn n
He lives near Camp Parole and was wa at athis athis Lt Lthis
his home looking lOOkJn toward the track w wthe when whenthe whenthe hen
the collision took place He said that the thecars thecars t U Ucars
cars approached appro ehecl each other oth r at a high highrate hirbrate h hrate 1611
rate of speed but that the th motormen motormenone or orone orone
one of them undoubtedly undoubledl tried to cheek cheekhis cJteckhis eh ehhis eck
his car as as the witness wltn heard the noise noiseof noloof nob nobof ae
of the th bwtke Nke tightening tighteningTh tlgbtenlngTear tighteningTIH
Th Tear TIH cars cars then came together with withterrine a atorrinc atprriftc
terrine crash and so soon after the curve curvehad cur curhad curshad ae e
had been rounded rouncl I that it is probably none noneof noneoC no noof ne
of tho passengers knew of their dan danBoth danger dangerBoth gar r rBoth
Both cars were turned over on their sid sidand aide aideand des desand
and a number of the passengers wera weracaught werolauht w wcaught ra
caught underneath but fortunately Cortunatel no noof none noneof noneot n e ere
of the Injured was so held that there therewas thereWAS the thewaa re
was any M difficulty in releasing them themGo themGo themCo
Go to t ° Iteacue with Axe AxeMr AXes AXesMr xe xeIr
Mr Ir Hardesty Hudeat and IU1 Mr Ir Sears also a resl resld reslcl re red si
d ant > nt of the section secured axes a es and andwent andwent a awent n it itsi
went to work at once being soon joined joinedby Joinedby Join Joinby ed
by Francis B 1 and Charles Charl W Gould and andThomasvBarrow amIThomlUtDarrow r rTho it
Tho ThomasvBarrow Barrow agent nt of the company companyamp at atCamp atCamp
Camp amp Parole Pi 1e Thole Thee T rive fIT men and others otherswho othorswho othe othewho rs rse
who joined them thf > m did prompt work in r rleasing re releasing reIfulng e ¬
leasing and caring for the hurtThe hurt hurtThe hurtThe
The news was quickly telephonedAnnapolis telephoned to toAnnapolis toAnnapolis o
Annapolis and a car was promptly rt run runout runout inout in
out It contained Drs James J Murphy Murphyand llurphjBnd Murpi Murpiand ty IV
and Walton alton Hopkins of Annapolis and andcorps a nuorps acorps
corps i or f employes of the road and others otherswho otherswho other otherwho
who rendered all the help possible p lble Jus Justice Ju Jutlce JuLice o ¬
Lice John N Dark ou
of Annapolis was wasalso wualso n nalso u
also in this partyDead party partyDcnd xrtyDcnd
Dcnd bald Out 1 liy 1 > > Track TrackThe TraekThe lrn k kTho
The dead were laid out by b the side sidethe of ofthe ofthe
the track with as much caro a aa possible possibleand poisib poisiband JCNIIIIbleAnd le e
and every onr attention wag given to t twounded the thewounded thewoun1e ire
wounded Dra Murphy Iurph and uq Hopkins Hopklnboth I Iopk1 Iopk1both
both young man men worked heroically b bthero but butthoro butthoro ut
thoro wa was little that could be done and andthe Andtbo a ar nit
r the wounded were placed in a bagga baggacar baggage baggagecar ba PO POCAr b e
car and brought to the Emergency Hos HospltaU Hospital hI hIpltal og s
pltaU at Annapolis as soon as possible possibleThere PGMIb5efhero poa lb lbThere ogle le ie
There all the attention attontl n possible wag wa wagthem paid paidthem pttldthem Id
them by b practically every physician physicianthe in inthe Inthe n
the city cityThe cllJThe eltyThe
The pooplo In the car acted with the thegreatest thegreatMt t tgreatest he h
greatest courage In almost every everystance In Instanco Instanco
stanco stancoFred stancoFreel stanceFred
Fred W V Sohlens of Baltimore who whowas whowas w wwas ho 0
was with Miss ny Vnn Motor letor who had hadContinued hor horContinued horContlnucet or
Continued on Page i Column o ui i i1It
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Leave Washington 9 and 915 am So By n ty
THE DEAD DEADVILLIAM DEADWILLIA31
VILLIAM 11111 NORTON Sl alt 10 North Ful Fulton 1 ul ultun ¬
ton n venue Baltimore JJnltJmQrcJ nn employe employeof
of Armour Co CoA CoA Cot
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street CrccC Baltimore paying teller for forthe forth forthe
the th Crown Cork und Seal Sen S al I Co CoGI20RGE CoGI CoGEORGE
GEORGE GI OnGE W GREEN JR Jh believed believedto
to be n IlnltimorcnnJAMES IJnKlmorcnu IJnKlmorcnuJAMES 1Jnl lmo c u uJAIES
JAMES II ONEAL motonnnn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cur from Baltimore said to live liveIn IheIn liveIn
In Ncvr Xc York YorkSCHIIINE YorkSCIIIUNE YorkSCIIRINE
SCHIIINE wntcltmnn Wniih WaahIngton WniihInglon nllh nllhInJ1on
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Ilnllvvny Itnlln Company Conpn at Academy Acndcm Junc Junction Junction Junction ¬
tion tionJAMES tionJAIES tionJtal15
JAMES L McDANlEL 120S lO North NorthBroadway NorChDroulu
Broadway Droulu Baltimore ilnllinoreRUTh BaltimoreRUTH IJulthuorcnt1J
RUTH SLAUGHTER Slu UGI1II n threeyear threeyearold thr threeyearoll rnr rnrolel
old daughter of General ManagerShtugliler Manager ManagerSlnuKhlcr JlnnnJcrSlnu
SlnuKhlcr Slnu laCer of the Vnlilncton Haiti Haitiitiore BultlU
mpre itiore lU re unit Annapolis Railway Com Couilinnj ComIUln Contpnny
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UNKNOWN U INON WOMAN OJN In evening eveningdrrjui eenlugIlrr eveningdrrrM
drrjui Ilrr 1C on her way rn to ball at the Na Naval NntI1 Nava ¬
va val tI1 Academy Acndcm AcndcmTHE tcndcnnyTHE v vTHE
THE INJUREDTheresa INJURED INJUREDThorns INJUREDI1GIeH
Thorns Ytllfcuw o of Baltimore nnlulMtCo cut abouthad about aboutbud aboutheld
bud and fc facn faca facaB
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It H William Wml < < me m of lUltimtre sJIjthtly cut cutabwt cuta cutabaft
abaft a t the tb anna annaHarrr an arseHarry e en1TJ
Harrr Jtmbmjn Jl Jacob bPloR o t of ncltimorc ankle sprained sprainedMi lprnlnadrf epralnodlira
lira Mi rf A II SabHltz of Baltimore cut about aboutUMtedjr a aboutthe QcJt QcJtUte
Ute UMtedjr UMtedjrJlw 1100 1100trw hedy hedylira
lira trw McDanlals cDHfelll of BaWaJcre tiI OtC talked about abouttfeo abo abortthe t ttlte
the bodyState body bodyState rodrState
State Senator Sana < < Paler 1 > lIter J Campbell of Bait Baltimore a1ti a1timore ¬
morn more art about abo t UM legs J and faoa airs In Gamp Gampboil Qun QunboU thmpbdl
boil bfe vif wife rilgUUr hurt about the heofl heoflMl htctd htctdU heniJik
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AMUam Ulk R SkagkUr pMMrNt p purresger f r agent agentof ttt tttor
of tb u the Washington ItaHimoft and AMM Aursavolle Aursavolleltn > > 111 111Haltwa to toUaNnvjr
ltn UaNnvjr Haltwa y Oawpaw 0I pa with ri I hoaifeoartcri rtrn In n llahi llahinwro IIIUJMfO italdsere
sere wriwJr hart rt ab about it the Mad i and 111M body bodyIM bedjrMlw 1001nM
Mlw Jleebrokes nM IM Van oaR lW fef ctor r of MartiMbtifT W Va a Ws Wsbroke IIfgbrok
broke brok cod cut about abNtUio the faco and arms anasJodgn annsJIICII armsJadge
Jodgn JIICII Jibes Ja J 03 It Bnwbean of Aunapotti AunapotticMLi 8I1ApoIkcIIL
art on bead b 1ie < d t awl bniiMA on upper part of ofbedjri orbed
bedjri bed t not t MrkMNif tajwed bduedMORGAN tajwedMOEGAN I jarfd jarfdMORGAN
MORGAN OUTBIDS ITALY ITALYFlnnneler ITALYFinancier
Flnnneler Pnrclmnen llnwrellcf nt ntSnle ntSnIe n nSale t
Sale for JfiOOOO 0000 Lire IlreRome ItreRomo LireRemo
Rome Juno iJ 5 J Plerpont Morgan has haspurchased haspurekued ha hapurchased s 1
purchased a beautiful Groek basrelief basreliefrepresenting bAsrollerONos bas rolfe rolfeepresenting f
representing rONos r nUng Antinooe which was tits discovered dLscovered ¬
titsI
covered c m ha the course of excavations in inthe Intta Ir I 1
the tta CempagMU CempagMUHo CampapHe CsntpagaaHe
He VW 1MOOO llro for it outbidding the thestate theatate th thstoic e
state which waa Ve prepared to pay pa 100100 100100MAN 110100MAN
MAN HUNTED FOR MONTHS MONTHSTolmcco MONTHSTohncco
Tobacco Company Finally FlnaU Captures CapturesAhNConder CnpturclIAhjlleondcr CnptnrcAbsconder s 1
Absconder In Holland HollnnilNew Hollanl1Nl
New Nl > W York June 5 5At SAfter After r a chase last lastIng lastIng lastag
j Ing ag more than five months and covering coveringall coverts g r
all a l tin tataag8l largar fjilpa tt of EUJjqp BU word rd vfaa vfaaCohvn tea tear as asOd s
r dtettod Od Itf ItttJbolhy tJI i41ttr 10 toi j thai JOs ODPJt ODPJtCoJwn
Cohen thirtyfive years old whom th thpotlce the thepolice thepo1lc I
police po1lc say sa absconded abecondtl with Stt000 000 from fromthe tromthe fro frothe m
the Metropolitan Tobacco Company Companysbranch Compnnsbr a
branch br neh office Brooklyn had boon arrested arrestedin arrests arreststo d 1
in Amsterdam Holland and would be bekapt bekopt b e i
kept a prisoner there until a dotectltarrived dotectlvo dotectlvoarrived dotecUOarrlnd o
arrived from this country with extradl extradition extradlUon extradllion ¬
lion papers papersBUND p8 rs rsBLllTD
BUND MAN FOR CORONER CORONERAtlnntn CORONERtlnlltn CORONERAtlmttnlnslelnn
Atlnntn Atlmttnlnslelnn tlnlltn Mnnlolnn Trlnniplm TrhJ111 IIIIC Over OverOncnrnied OerOnearmcd Ore r p
Oncnrnied Opponent OpponentAtlanta OplOnentAtlanta
Atlanta Ga June 5An An odd feature a of ofthe ofoe f
the election in Atlanta yesterday was Uiu Uiuvictory tit titvictory in
victory vletr of a blind man for coroner over overa ocronoanaed ovo ovoa r f
a onoarmed man manThe manTha
The office was held by b J B Thompson Thompsononoarmed Thomp801a n
a onoarmed Confederate veteran fo for foryears tor3ears r r
years Ho was wa opposed by C E Dono Donohue Donobue
hue a young man who Is blind Dono Donohue Donohue
hue led by b a boy toy 0 made IIMitl a personal pOlson l can oanvaa oonVIUNJ
vaa vans of the city and an < 1 defeated Thompson Thompsonby n 1
by LOW 001 majority Donohue Do ue te I n talonted talontedmiieician talented talentedDtulllclan d I
miieician He haa a largo class and has hasbeen 1N ha habeep s sbHn s
been trying to nave monoy enough to togo toso t o D
go to Munich to complete his musical musicaleducation mulcaleduftlUon must cal j
education educationHo eduftlUonHo
Ho ran for coroner to get the money moneyAs moneyJI
As JI the returns turna were read to to Donohue in indicating Indhatlru Indicating ¬
dicating his victory he greeted tho new newwith news newsvrlth nowsI s
with Ith whispered Munich Munich MunichNEW IunlchNEW
I
N NEW > iW YORK FACES DEFICIT DEFICITCity
City Clt Will III Need ccel ia8rO m8tOoOO < MM Before BeforeEnd DeCoreEnel BcforEnd e
End of Present Year YearNew l enr enrNew
New York June DNew 6 New York City CIl will willneod willneoo wl it II
need at loaat oast 4800000 for extra ex expanses exPOrnl08 e x ¬
panses before the end of the present year yearaccording yea ear earaceordlng r
according to a statement presented to the theboard theboArd tl tlboard l 6
board of estimate e tlmAte by b Comptroller Jletz Jletztoday Met Ietz Ietztoda z
today todayAmong toda todaAmong
Among tho objects for which the non money moneyis ey y
is to be needed aro tho fireproofing fireproofingschool of ofschool ofschool
school buildings 1IOO0 1K < IttiJ now school schoolbuildings schoolbuildings schoi o > 1
buildings on sites already acquired 111 11 11OOCUOO
000000 municipal office building 1 2700000 2700000ropavlngo 2iOOooorepolng + 00 00ropaving >
ropavlngo 15000000 3000000 bridge construction construction3IiOOOO n
3350000 and dock department expense expenseand e expen pense penseand ie
and construction 5000000 5000000The OOOOGO OOOOGOThe
The comptroller figures that in 1919 ad additional addlUolJal a I u ¬
ditional appropriations will be needed neededamounting ne need ded dedamounting
amounting to 1022COOOO 1022COOOOBIG l022C OOO OOOBIG
BIG AUTO TURNS TURTLE TURTLETorllelIo
Torpedo Station Surgeon and Mr Jlrrc JlrrcIcwlC MrLcttiia
Lewis MorrlN Injured InJurelIGroonwlch
Groonwlch Conn June 6 IiA A t big auto automobllo attf It
mobile turned turtle on the Post roadthe road n at atthe nthe it
the top of Toll G9tO Hill this afternoon afternoonin a 3
in it were Dr and Mrs Lewis L wIil MorrisantI 11on Morris Morrisand Is Isand 3
and the mechanic nlocllanlc Joseph St George George Georgeall Georgall °
all 11 of Newport Dr Morris Is chief chlcCsurgeon chi ° f
surgeon at the United Unlt d States Torpedo TorpedoStAtion Torpe do 10
Station and the party par wore on their theirway tholrVftY tit elr Ir
way homo toms after a f 1100mIle trip to Dola Dolaware Dclnware Del Delttaro a i
i
ware Water ator Gap the doctor driving drivingwhen drIvingben drivin p
when ben the right front wheel collapsed collapsedthe cOllapsedthe j
the car swerving to one slfio of the road rondoIrs ras d a
Mrs Irs Morris and the mechanic we were werelhro re
thrown lhro throb n twenty twent feet feetTho
Tho mechanic lraq was W < f unhurt but 111 Mrs MrsllorrlB rs s
Morris sustained scalp wounds and cuts cutsana emtsand cu cuand ts
and bruisos on tho tl1olooulder shoulder She w will willbe III
be laid up for Cora a week Dr Morris w was waspinned wasptnnod as ia
pinned under the ear by the wheel his hishoad hisas o
head struck tho ground and he w was wasrendered as
rendered unconscious but recovered so soon soonlZ In
9125 lZ 2 to Baltimore nnd lletam lletamSaturdays J1cfurnSa 1leturnSaturdays
Saturdays Sa turdn and SundayaivIaPeiinsylvanla Sundays Sundaysivta In PCandyha i1nr lanla nta la
Railroad Tickets good returning r furnlng u until t til
Sunday Suntla < night All regular trains except axe eDt pt
tho Congressional Limited
I1FT T AFT fT FORCES UN UNAlabama WININ IN ININ
IN fIRST ROUND ROUNDAlabama ROUNDDecided
Alabama Contest Decided in inOhioans inOhioans
Ohioans s Favor FavorROOSEVELTS iavorOOSEVELTS DavorROOSEVELTS 1
ROOSEVELTS R INFLUENCE INFLUENCECommittee INlfLUEKCCOIDluittce I1I GUEI CE CEommittee
Committee C Against Allies Fear Feara FellIa
a Stampede StampedeAction Stnlllcle StnlllcleAction Stampedetenon
Action Gl Gives cs Impression that Poli Po1iticinna Politiclnnn 1011tlelnn
ticlnnn Will VUl Aid Secretary Secret r of WarSo War WarSo ar arSo
So a nil to Make Snrc President Will WillNot WillNot Il IlXot
Not lie Renomlnntcd RenomlnntcdOtber Other Cnmli Cnmliilateit Cnndlclate Candidatea
ilateit InKlftt They Tlle Are Still In Race RaceHitchcock nnceJI1tcbcoek RaceHitchcock
Hitchcock und Colleagues Seated SeatedChicago ScatedChlcngo SeatedChicago
Chicago Tune unfliTh i iTlte The national commit committee oommlttOQ commitoo ¬
tee t oo was W S the wholo show today todayOne tod todOne todayOne
One should bo very 01 careful In n calling callingis callingde
t ti is de la committee a Roosovolt committee or ora ora orn
a Taft committee If closo scrutiny is of ofvaluo ofvnluo ofvalue
value it t should be classed as a Ropub Ropubllcnn RopublIenn Republtenn
llcnn committee C mmllte wholly wholl desirous of car onrryfng carrying 001r ¬
rying r lng out the Prestdonfg Pre Preg IC1onts enia apparent wishes wishesthat niehosthat 18h05thllt
that SecretaryTaft should be the Presi Presidential Pr08lt1entbll Progldentlal ¬
dential candidate ndldate of this convention and andespecially andospo andspecially
ospo e especially laU desirous of leaving no stone atoneunturned stoneunturnod stoneunturned
unturned to prevent the hue and cry of oftho ofthe
tho Federal officeholders for a stampede stampadafor atampfldfor stampedefor
for Roosevelt RoosevoltThere RooseoltThere RooseveltThere
There are some very engaging and as astute astute aslute ¬
tute politicians on the committee and andthey adthe andhey
they the t bollevo taking tho Presldont ut lib libword 113word hJord
word w ord that Taft should be the man and andwhile andwhlht andwhe
while a number of the commit committee toe arc a ut utterly utterl utterly ¬
terly terl friendly trlond to Fairbanks Irbank Knox andCannon and andCannon AndCannon
Cannon they tho do ho not for the life of them thembelieve thembellove
believe in precipitating a situation which whichmight whlclmight whichmight
might give oven the sembianeo Of o an nnopportunity
opportunity for a Roosevelt stampede stampedeIndood stm do doIndeod
Indeed so well is the situation in hand handthat handthat handthat
that several of the kingpins of tho com committee cornbelieve
mlttoe believe that the assurance should shouldgo shouldgo siwaldgo
go out to all tho world that Senator SenatorHonry SenatorHenry
Henry Cabot Ledge will not be b called exiledupon calledupon calltidupon
upon to attempt to thwart a a Roosevelt Rooseveltstampede Roosfnoltstampede Rooseveltstampede
stampede
Allies Rent Tomtoms TomtonUIWhilo
While several o of the allloe all It are beat beatIng bentIng beatig
Ing b ig tomtoms end proclaiming in voices voicesof wisesof oolcesor
of stage thunder that Uu Taft must and andshall
shall bfe b defeated ratod on the first ballet and andthat andthat
that tho nomination shall U thon go to toijKnox totKn tohli
ijKnox tKn hox Xt Fairbanks or Cannon the realimanpura roal roaljimonpure roalSImonpure
jimonpure d allle nUltMlt1teElo theeo with heads hlliId upon upontholr upontholl upontheir
their fihuMef ahwldefq j r nraklng or sleeptzfg sleepVrfgitolf sleepVrfgitolfyou I I eeptngitctfIou t ° olf
you Iou that Taft will in be nominated on the thefirst thefirst
first ballot for the reason that the Pres Preslaent
dent must and shall hall be taken takf > n at his hiswurd
word notwithstanding tho yelpings and andynvvklngs am amynwklngs
ynvvklngs of tho Federal officeholders officeholderswho omcebolderswho omcelalderswho
who seem to believe Taft to be a weak weakcandidate weakCAndidate weakcandidate
candidate this alleged aJlf > ged weakness weakn M noces necessarily nocessarllj nocessar ¬
sarily sar ly Jeopardizing jeopardl nS their jobs job while whileRoosevelt whileRoosevelt While WhileROO8vlt
Roosevelt perhaps could possibly keep keepthem keepthem keepthem
them four years OArs more at the pie p counter counterSenator
Senator Crane of Massachusetts MassachusettsCharles MassachusettsCharles lusaduCJettsChAri
Charles ChAri F Brooker national committee commltteoman committeeman committeeman
man for Connecticut and many mKn othersimilarly others otherssimilarly others8IinIlArI
similarly 8IinIlArI s familiar with the situation told toldtheir tol toltheir toldtheir
their friends today todIL that Taft would be benominated
nominated on the first ballot and in indeed Indeoq Inde4 ¬
deed deoq it was the opinion of several that thatperhaps thatperhaps
perhaps no other candidates name may maygo
go before the convention conventionAll Eonvantbnill
All ill 11 in Deference to President PresidentAll lrJlldentAll
All ill this U in deference to the Presi Presidents Presidents Presldents ¬
dents decision that Taft is I the man for forthe Corthe forthe
the nomination and an while the allies allIeshae
have not In n recent months been so 210om
amenable om enable to the Presidents mandates mandntsthero
thero Is a Fa time for all things especially eepeclalla
a time to forestall any a secret machlna machinations
lions to bring in Roosevelt on a stam stampede starnpode stampode ¬
pode pedeIn podeIn podeIn
In othor words several of the allies alliesseom 8111sseom alliesseem
seom to be quite serene S ren if not actually actuallyhappy actunll actunllhRPP actuallyhappy
happy hRPP over the Taft situation as in their the thejudgment
judgment It eliminates alt dark and hid hidden hidden hidden ¬
den efforts to precipitate a 8 Roosevelt Rooseveltstampede Roosoeltstampode Rooseveltstampede
stampede stampedeThis stampodeThis stampedeThis
This was too situation when hon the na nalonal national nntlonal
lonal committee met In the Coliseum nt ntnoon
noon to take up tho Alabama contest In Involving Involving In Involving ¬
volving the seats of twontytwo t ontytwo delegates
to the convention including two from rromthe rromtheThird the theThird
Third district instructed for Senator Fora Foraker Foraker Foraker
ker
Chairman Harry S New of Indiana Indlnnapresided
presided and Secretary Elmer Dover 01 or orOhio
Ohio was at his side Some of the more morenotable morenoJoble morenotable
notable committeemen present were Pow Powon
ell Clayton Cla ton of Arkansas rklUJsa Charles F FBrooker FBroQkcr
Brooker of Connecticut John E Addlcks Addlcksof Addlcksot Addleksof
of Delaware Senator W V Murray Murrn Crane Croneor
of Massachusetts Franklin Murphy lurph o oNew ot otNew oNew f
New Jersey Jerse William L Ward Va rd of New NewYork NewYork Ne NeYork w
York Myron 1I ron T Herrick of Ohio Sena Senator SenKtor SenaPenrose ¬
tor Penrose of Pennsylvania Penns hnln Charles R RBrayton RBrnton
Brayton of Rhode Island John G Ca Capors Caporn
pors of South Carolina s W P Brown Browntow 3rou n nlow
tow 10 of Tennessee and Senator Nathan B DScott BScott
Scott tit West Vest Virginia VirginiaProxies VlrglnlKProxleJi VirginiaProxies
Proxies Number Xtunl > > tr Thirteen ThirteenThere ThirteenThere lhlrfecnThere
There were wer thirteen proxies pro les as follows followsCharles CollowsCharles followsCharles
Charles W Fulton Fulton for George A Knight Knightof Knightof
of California Henry HenI S Chubb forJ BCooms B BCooms BCOQms
Cooms of Florida John Joh John W r McCulloch McCullochfor lfcCullochCor McCullochfor
for John W W Yo Yerkes of Kentucky Kentuck Dallas DallasBoudoman DallasBoucJomnn Da11aBoudoman s
Boudoman tor John W V Blodgett o oMichigan oC oCMichigan oh ohMichigan
Michigan Victor Rosowafer for Charles CharlesH CharlaH ClnarleH 5
H Morrlll of Nebraska Charles R RPhelps
Phelps for Alexander McKenzie of ofNorth o i
North Dakota Elmer Dover for J M MGreen A AGroan
Green of South Sot ttt Dakota Joseph B BHowoll EHowell TrHowell
Howell for C E r Loose of Utah E dfPhillips L LPhillips LPhl11lps
Phillips for J T W V Babcock Bnbcockf Bnbcockof Dftb ook f of Wls Wlsconsin Wisconsln
cousin A I F Statter for Johns John G Reid Roldot
of Alaska George B McCIollan for A AG
G M Robertson of Hawaii Frank H HHltchcock
Hitchcock for Solomon Luna of NewMexico New Nowleclco
Mexico and Senator Henry C Lodge Lodgefor
for Henry B McCoy of tho Philippine PhilippineIslands PhilippIneIflnmls PhilippineIslands
Islands IflnmlsStrenuous
Strenuous objections were made to toHlt
Hitchcock Hlt hcock Phelps and Statter not onlyby only onlyby onbb
by b Alabamians but by b Representative RepresentativeJnmes ReprosentntIvcJnmes
Jnmes F Burke representing Senator SenatorKnox SenatorKnox
Knox Joseph B Kenllng representing reprOentingVlco
vico President Fairbanks and A I B BHumphry
Humphrey secretary of the Hughes Na National
tional League All three protested protestedagainst protostcdagainst protestedagainst
against the seating of Hitchcock Phelps PholpsContinued PhelpsContlnuet
Continued on Page Pn e 3 Column 0 0Baltimore ODnltlm 0Baltimore
Baltimore Dnltlm Baltimore re anil Return 125 125Baltimore t5Bnltlmore 15Baltimore
Baltimore 4 Ohio B B nEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains trainsboth
both ways both days d3 s except Royal Ro al Llm LimIted
Ited City Clt offices 1417 G at and 619 Pal Palave Pa Paave Paave
ave
TRIES TO DIE IN HER CELL CELLWoman OELLVomnn CELLWoman
Woman Prisoner Frustrated In n At Attempt Attempt
tempt to hang linn Herself HerselfCincinnati IIcreItClnolnnatl herselfCinoinnatf
Cincinnati Juno bMrs 5 Mrs Irs Lillian B Mur Murray Murray lur lurrar ¬
ray of Brooklyn who was arrested withJoseph with withJoseph withJosph
Joseph B Healy Hctl the absconding Kh c8ndlng Adams AdamsExpress AdAmsExpress titansExpress
Express clerk of that city clt tried to end endher eDdher sadher
her life In a cell at the House Of DotPntba Do Dotrntkm Dountlon
trntkm during the night nightShe ulghtSbe nighttShe
She used a sheet torn Into strips for a aropo ftrope arepo
rope but was discovered dls < ocrod in n time to Gave saneher Gaveher BAni
i
her life lice Up to tolxst last night she had been boondefiant beendefillnt beendeflAnt
defiant Yesterday was as to have beon herwedding her herwedding
wedding day Healy having promised to tomarI tomerry i
marry marI her and while brooding she be became beCIU11 beame ¬
came CIU11 c hysterical She Sh wept until midnight mid midnight midnight ¬
night and some time later trIad to com commit commit commit ¬
mit suicide suicideBIG sul suicidePresident lde ldeBIG
BIG STICK TO TOCOllfiBGT C01EGT BILLS BILLSPresident BILLSr
President r sident Says Employes Must Not NotOwe NotOwe NotOwe
Owe Their GrocersWrites Grocers GrocersWrite GrocersVrltefl
Write Letter In Response 13espon c to Ap Appeal Appcnl Appcnl ¬
pcnl from Wholesalers WholesalersAssociation VholenaTerVAffftoclntion VllOlcnIerAlilwclatlon I
Affftoclntion AffftoclntionAtlantic AssociationAtlantic AlilwclatlonAtlantic
Atlantic City C1t June S tiMows News ews than that tha tho thobig thobig thebig
big stick can b be ° used for the collection collectionof
of grocery bills run up by postoffice em employes omploes emloyes ¬
ployes p loyes and others on government pay payrolls pa parolls payrolls
rolls was given to the members of the theNational theNational theNational
National Wholesale holesale Grocers Association Associationat
at their final mooting m ttng this morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The information came from Secretary SecretaryJohn Socretnr SocretnrJohn SecretaryJohn
John A Greon of the National Retailers RetailersAssociation RetoJlorsAssociation RetailersAssociation
Association Mr Green said saidWe snldWe said1Ve
We found in carrying out the work of ofour oCour o oour
our association assocl tlon that many of our mom meathers members mombers ¬
bers wore carrying bills against governntent govern government government ¬
ment employes One of those bills which whichamounted whichAmounted whirlamounted i
amounted tt W > JSS was made the basis of oftho otthe o othin f
the appeal to the Civil Service Commis Commission Commission Commisstop ¬
sion and to the President to sec whothon whothonthe whotherthe whothothe r
the government would allow its employ employto employes employesto
to run Into debt debtThe debtThe debtThe
The Civil Service Commission Comml slon Inform Informed Informod Informed ¬
ed us that there is no law that will com compel compel nompet ¬
pel payment pn mont of bills by b employee an anthat and andthat andthnt d
that tho government cannotbe cannot be made matteparty a aparty apnrt
party pnrt to collections Mr Green then thentold thentold the thetold n
told of appealing directly direcU to the Presi President President Prestdent ¬
dent and produced a letter which ho re received receloI rein ¬
ceived In reply rtpl Tho latter was from fromSecretary CromSecretary fro froSecretary m
Secretary Loeb and said In substanceThe substance substanceThe substanceThe
The President desires dc > ires to state that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while there is no law that compels pay payment Pll Pllmont paymont ¬
mont of debts by b civil service employes employeshe
he has directed that notice be pent to tothe tothe t tthe °
the heads of departments that failure failureto failureto fallurto °
to pay grocery grocery roced bills on the part of government gov government govemment ¬
ernment employes e will be deemed suM sufficient um umclent ¬
dent cause for removalCAT removal removalCAT remoalCAT
CAT CHASES 500 PERSONS PERSONSNew PERSONSXew PERSONSNew
New Yorker Thrown Into a Panic Panicl Faithby c
l It by r Mad Mat Inel Feline FelineNOW FeUneNew FelineNQw
NOW York June 5 SThree Three small children chil children children ¬
dren and two men were bitten and clawed clawedand clawednnd claweand d
and scratched by a big gray gra tomcat tomcatwhich tOh1catwhich tomcatwhich
which is believed to have been b n mad an anwhich and andwhich andwhich d
which created a panic among pedestrians pedestriansIn ped trlans trlansIn s
In the neighborhood of York street and andHudson andHudon an I IHudson
Hudson avenue Brooklyn BrookJ ri this afternoon afternoonOne
One bne of the men had his eye e e clawed ou ouby out outby outb t
by b the cat and 500 persons wore set to toflight tonight t °
flight before the animal finally was killed killedwith killedwith kips kipswith d
with a crowbar crowbarSpeclrtl crowbnrSJ1clnCcmm
SpecialCommCnccmcnt Speclrtl SJ1clnCcmm Commencement ncement Bouquet nOUI1 c1Rr 1
Blacklstona 14th and H sts
1 TELLS WHY GRANT GRANTLetter GRANTGA GRANTARMY
GA VB UP THE ARMY ARMYLetter
Letter from from Friend Written Writtenat Yriftenat
at Time Turns Up DpTAFT UpTAFT UpTAFT
TAFT SPEECH PRODUCES IT ITDeclares ITDcclurell ITDeclares
Declares General Drank When hen lieWas lie HeWn lieaN
Was Wn aN n Young Lieutenant but Vas WnaXot WaaNot Vasot
Not ot nil Charged n DrnnknrllCanae DrnnknrllCanaeto Drnnknrd Cnme Cnmeto
to Tar Table Slightly SlhbtJ Intoxicated Intoxicatednnd Jntodcntcdnnll Intoxicatedand
and HcKlRnctl 1tcKIne l When Iten Threatened ThreatenedNew ThreatenedNew ThreatenedNew
New York June S 1sSecretary Secretary S Creblrj TaitDecoration Taft TaftDecoration TaUs TaUsDecoraUon
Decoration Day Da address at t the the1 tooth of ofGrant eCGrant ofGrant
Grant which started a wave of discus dlscneaion dlscueaIon discusMon
aion all over the country count as to whether whetherthe w whetherthe ether ethertJae
the general eneral was an intemperate drinkerand drinker drinkerland drinkerAd
land Ad a as to the truth of the Secretarys Secretarysrtlon SecreauYsrUon Secretarysaaaertlon
aaaertlon rtlon that Gen Grant resigned rosign from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the army arm because he had to has released releaseda reJe8sedp6lsenal
a personal lotter written to towmm towmmConant WilliamConant William WilliamConant
Conant Church editor of the Army Arm and andNavy 800Na andNavy
Navy Na Journal ten years ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The letter is by b an officer who was wasfully wasCttll wasfully
fully Cttll conversant with ith Gen Grants habitsand habits habitsand habitSand
and award IIrt of the exact reason why he heretired heretirecI haretired
retired from tho army AriD The letter lot tor will willbe wtUbe willbe
be printed prlntcdtomorrow tomorrow tormorrow in the Army Arm and andNavy 800Nav andNavy
Navy Nav JournalKnew Journal JournalKnew JournalInew
Knew Him nn Lieutenant LieutenantTho 1leutcnautTho LieutenantThe
Tho writer of o the letter met Grant first firstin firstIn dratIn
in 1552 when the future Commanderin CommanderinChluf CommAnderInClllu Commanderinwas
Chluf was IIS a first lieutenant and brevetcaptain brevet brevetcaptain breetcaptain
captain in the Fourth Infantry InCantr orderedfrom ordered orderedfrom ordecedfrom
from New York harbor to t the Pacific Pacificcoast PaclfiecOASt Pacificcoast
coast He had ample opportunity to ob observo obseno
sen servo o the thin quiet reticent man manCapL mtLncpt
CapL Grants energy ontHh and an common sense sensewere sensawere sens senswere e
were mighty serviceable sortc ble to the governmeat govern government government ¬
ment in transferring the command across acrossthe aerossthc
the isthmus Later at Vancouver aulCOuer MrChurchs Mr MrChurchs Ir IrChurchs
Churchs correspondent was acquaintedaltlt acquainted acquaintedwith ncqunlntodwtt11Grants
with wtt11Grants altlt Grants lifeOf life lifeOf liteOC
Of course course the the letter says S 3S It t was waswell waswen wa s
well known known that Grant drank now and andthen andthen an d
then but he was IIS not as has often bean beoncharged beanchArged
charged by b any an means means a 8 drunkard He Hewould H Hwould Hewould
would perhaps go on two or three sprees spreesa spreeS spreeSa
a year r but was always alw jS open to reason reasonand reasonand
and when spoken to on the subject would wouldown wouldown nroul nroulown d
own up and am promise to stop drinking drInkingwhich drjnkingwhich drinkingwhich
which he did didWhen didben didWhen
When ben He Resigned nelll nell l Commission CommissionIt
uIt It was in the year ear of 1SS4 that Grant Grantresigned Grnntresigned Gran Granresigned t
resigned from the army Arm The resigna resignation relgnalion reaignalion ¬
lion was brought about in n this way wayIlls wayHis II IIHis
His commanding officer was the major majorof majoror majoof r
of the regiment Brevet Col R C Buch Buchanan Buchannn Buchanaa ¬
anan a very 01 good officer but a a martinet martinetand martinet martinetamI martineand t
and set in his ways W8 S It seems that on onday ono onoday oneda
day da while his company comp n was being paid paidoff paidofr pal d
off Gen Grant was at the pay pa table tableslightly tabl tablzllghtly tableslightly
slightly under the influence of liquorThis liquor liquorThis liquorThis
This coming to the knowledge of Col ColBuchanan ColBucluman ColBuchanan
Buchanan he gave Grant the option of ofresigning ofresigning o f
resigning or having charges char preferred preferredagainst preferlfagainst preferredagainst
against him Grant G nnt resigned at once onceRyan oncenunto
j Ryan nunto y 8t0 to Go thread AlirondNew At > > ruad ruadNew
New York June 5 iThomas Thomas F Ryan Ryanhas R Rya Ryaliar Qn Qnhas n
has made arrangements to start next nextwoek Hex Hexweek t
I
week we k on an extended trip to Europa He Hewill Hewl11 II °
will tour tho continent by b automobile be before before ¬
fore his return Ho IK 1 expected eC td to be begone begone
gone three monthsi1XI months monthsS1A1 months1xa
S1A1 i1XI 1xa to Baltimore nnd Return ReturnVia ReturnYflt
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad today todayand todayand fords fordsand y
and tonwrow
LEADS LEADSFor LEADSFor
e
For I the tl 1 a month of May 1 Ia 1908 THE TH TH1JERALD > WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHERALD ASHINCTON ASHINCTON1JURALD
1JURALD HERALD printed more rore Real Estate and Financial Dis Display DisI Display
I play plajAdvertising Advertising than any an other paper in Wasfying Wasfyington Was TasQington ing ington
ton ecc excapt pt one oneIts I IIts
Its Real Re l Estate state and Building E Einto uildilg Section has h s como comointo omc omcinto
into immediate popularity because be ausc it is 5 rendering a areal ar areal
real r aI service service1Washington serviceWashington f fV
Washington V ashington is growing at a wonderful rate and andTHE andTHEVtSHI andTHE
THE THEVtSHI WASHINGTON GTON HERALD HERA D is its best exponent exponentGROWING eponcntG exponentGROWING
GROWING G
t
GAS G AS sB BLOWERS W S FOR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTDcclnrc
Declare They Will Vlll Not ot Support Taft TaftUnder TaftUueler
Under Any An Circumstance CircumtnncclilIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind June i iThe The Repu Repub Ropubtlcnii
llcai gasblowers bUblol > ers of Gas G City this S8 State Statewho Statfwho Stairho
who w ho number num r 3H M have declared themselves themselvesunalterably s
I IunaUerabl
unalterably unaUerabl for Rooeevelt Reosiveli for another anothernd term termand termand I
and a nd against DSt Tart TaftThe TartTJae TartThe
The secretary of the local branch of oftho oftJlo o i
the union No fit Wallace ra1lllee Stewart says saysthat SlQlSthat say saythat s
that they Ule will to a man support R Boos Reoseveit se seelt
veit v elt but will not vote Gte for Taft uad uadsay under underany underaR m
any aR cfrcmnatances cfrcmnatancesGas cfrcatDMbuMeaGas clrcntmitttincesGas
Gas City has a a population pO a of 4JB 4 4W1 aad aadhas IUMlhas
has a Democratic mayor mayorThe aeayorThe Ml r
The action of those union men to re regarded r rgarded ¬
garded as highly significant as indicating indicatingthe IndkaUagthe tn catht cathtthe g
the sentiment of labor on the Presidency PresidencyCHUPUAM I Ireslddenr IreslddenrWrites > > n kJfRi kJfRiSHEEHAN
CHUPUAM SHEEHAN bflMilAtt PYHMPPftTPQ DAUDiMalliio EXONERATES JjalBfi JjalBfiWrites BRYAN BRYANWrites RBVAW
Writes Nebraskaii4Jout Nebraskan Qut the 1904 1904Campaign 1904Campaign 190 190Campaign 4
Campaign Fund FundIfcwYorlc Fl1 Fund FundNcwYork d de
IfcwYorlc e Yurk Democrat Declare Weal Wealerner Veatcrncr reaterner
erner linn IIn Been Done an nnAct anAct anAct
Act of Injustice InjusticeNew InJnllthcNew InjusticeNew
New York June i iiWltam WIUia F Sheets Sheebaachairman SheelMaebaJrAIILn Sheetschairman > 4
chairman of the executive committee committeethe of ofthe ortho
the Democratic National Nat1o a1 Committee Co mIIUeelR la incampaign the thecampaign thecampaign
campaign of UM gave out today to the fol following following fa falowing i ¬
lowing letter under date of June 1William 1 to toWilliam toWIUIam °
William J Bryan BryanHon BInHOta BryanHoa
Hon William J T Bryan Lincoln Nebr NebrDear NebruDNr NebrDear
Dear Sir I have read the article pub published INbIlBhed pail paillished ¬
lished in the New York World on May M Ma Maao y
99 last 8t relating r lllting to campaign pagn expenditures expendituresin expeaditurIn
in the the State of o Nebraska in MM MMIn 1ttIIn INIIn
In view Io of f the fact that I was chair chairman chalrman chat chatman r ¬
man of the executive committee ofDemocratic of the theDemocratic theDemoeraUe
Democratic National Committee in Incampaign that thatcampaign tblatcampaign thati
campaign permit me to say that what whatever wha JUlt JUltever i ¬
ever money was sent to the State of ofbraska Ne Nebraska o obraska
braska was taken from the general fund fundof fun funoC furof d
of the committee committee which money was fts ma maup made madeup madeup da
up of voluntary oluntIlI contributions from many manypersons manypersons muss musspersons y
persons personsWhy personsWh
Why Wh there thor should be any an criticism criticismthis of ofthis orthis f
this particular expenditure I am at a aloss aloss
loss to understand The transaction was wasa WDSn is isa
a perfectly legitimate one on both sides sidesThero sidesThore rid ridThere s
There was not the slightest suggestion suggestionthe at atthe ntthe nf ti
the time from trom anybody au bod that yOu had any anyknowledge an anknowledge a aknowledge
knowledge of the subject or that knowl knowledge knowledge 1 ¬
edge of the transaction was W83to to be broug broughome brought broughthome broughthomo ht it
home to you youI youI 01l 01lI
I think it is probably needless for me meto meto ie
to say Sf1 that neither directly nor in inPCtly indi indirectly Indlrpctl dl ¬
rectly rpctl t was I responsible for the public publication publlcntlon publiclion a i ¬
lion In question Qu stlon and were were it not for the thefact thetnet t tfact he ahe le
fact that I believe an act of Injustice has hasbeen hasbeen hi 13
been done you ou I would not even e n gay sA what whatI w wI b at
I have In this letter Yours truly trulyWILLIAM trulyWILL
WILLIAM WILL F SHBEHAN SHBEHANMINISTER SliBEHA SliBEHAMINISTER
MINISTER ATTACKS CLERKVirginia CLERK CLERKVirginia CLERKIrltlnln
Virginia Irltlnln Rector Tries Trie to AVhip AVhipCounty Wit WitCounty hlp hlpCount ip p
County Count Conrt Official OfficialSpecial OrnelnJto
Special to The WublBKtAU lagtAla Herald HeraldFrederlcksburg 1IcnWFrederIcksburg lieraldFredericksburg
FrederIcksburg Va June s 5 iQuite < Quitelively Quite a alively aJlvel
lively Jlvel scene en was enacted In n the clay clayoffice clerks clerksofllce elerksoffice ks LS
office of the Circuit Court of King George GeorgeCounty G Geor orge orgeCounty gfl e
County yesterday estordA about noon when the theRev theRov t he c
Rev Byrd Thornton Turner the Episco Episcopal Episcopal Epls Eplspal Co ° ¬
pal minister minister attempted to chastise cIasU c tho thodeputy thodeputy be bedeputy t e
deputy clerk of the court Thomas L LHunter LHunter
Hunter Hunterbut but before any a any damage < was W S done donethey donethey do no nothey
they were separated sep nted by W V A Rose ReeCommonwealths the theCommonwealths theCommonwenlths
Commonwealths attorney Aitorne of tire county countywho countywho coup
who happened to be presentFrom present presentFrom presentFrom
From what can be learned the affair affairgrow atralrgrew afI afIgrow air
grow out of a remark made by b Mr Hun Huntor Hunter Hu Hutor n
tor In reference to Turners family alai alaiwhich affairs affairswhich saalrswhich rs rsn
which was resonted by Mr Mr Turner Turnerasking he heasking heasking
asking Mr 11 Hunter for an Interview Interviewwhich IntenJcwwhich lntervl lntervlwhich ew
which was granted during which A Mr MrTurner 111Turner It ItTurner
Turner became > very angry angr resultinghis resulting In Inhis Inhis
his attempt att mpt to thrash Mr lr Hunter HunterTurner Mr MrTurner 1r 1rTuaner
Turner came to King George a num numof number numberof numberor bCr
of years oors ago from St Margarets Md MdImportant MdImportant Id IdImportaut
Important Furniture AuctionThe Auction AuctionThe AucfJunThe
The contents of several private resi residences resldonces re redonces 1 ¬
donces will be sold at absolute auctionSloans auction at atSloans atSloons t
Sloans 1407 G St today opening at atn na 10 10n 10n I
n m and continuing until about 4 a p m mincluding moo mooIncludIng Im
including everything necessary for forcomplete the thecomplete thecompleto
complete furnishing of homes and offices officesNo officesNo ethic ethicNo
No reserve prices offering a grand oppor opportunity opportunity opp opptunity oi ¬
tunity to housekeepers houseket > pers and dealers dealersBaltimore dealersDn1t1mure dealersBaltimore
Baltimore d Ohio B R Excursion Exeurnlorlit
lit 1 to Harpers Perry Ferr Halllown Charles Charlestown Charleston Chant sn
town Summit Point Wadesvlllo WadasvilleWinchester and andWinchester andV an d
Winchester V Jchcster and return Sunday June JuneSpecial T TSpecial 4 i iSpecial
Special train leaves Union Station 8 a m
SIX MEET nf DEATH DEATHONTHETENNESSEE TH THON
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Cruiser Blows Out OutTEN OutTEN OutTEN
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Accident to War Ship ship jP Occurs OffSanta Off OffSanta OffSanta
Santa Barbara Coast CoastXn CoastSn7 CoastNay
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Notified Xotl cll by b Wlrclemi lreleJlAll All the MenCaught Men MenCaught en enCaught
Caught In Vicinity Vlclnlt of Bursting BurstingTube BnrsdngTube BurstingTube
Tube Badly Bnrncd urnedOUlcers Officers Es Escape Eaeal Escape ¬
cape eal Without lthout Injury InjuryForce Force of ofthe ofthe ofthin
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dead d ead and Ad ten or a dozen injured as the re result reMdt reuit ¬
a sult uit of the first serious accident in the theAmerican theAmetean themerican
J American Ametean A navy since it has boon so promwith prom prominenUy prombumUy
inenUy i before b ore the world beginning with withits withIts withIts
its departure from Hampton Roads De December Dee ¬
amber e r 1C about six months ago for a acrutae a ae11l1H acrates
crates around the world worldAn worldAn
An explosion of a boiler tube on the thearmored thearmored thermored
armored a cruiser Tennessee Teallo off the coast coastat c088tat
at 11 1 oclock this morning caused the thedeath thedMtk theeath
death d eath of four firemen a 8 water IItar tender and anda andIL
a machlQfftL mach macittit t Several of the wounded are arenot arenot arenot
not expected to recover Following is a aItet a aU aaist
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not seriously HrJou lr hurt but the names IJ8 S have havenot haveDOt havenot
not been received here hereBoiler hereDoner hereC
C Boiler Tube Blown Out OatThe OutThe OutThe
The big cruiser left Santa Barbara this thismorning thismoInlng
morning moInlng with six other cruisers of the thePacific thePaeiAc
Pacific squadron While steaming at a aspeed a aspeed aspeed
speed of teA knots one of the boiler tubes tubesMew tubesbleW
bleW out from an unknown cause caU5 filling fillingthe fillingtIM
the boiler 1M Uer and engine rooms with steam steamThe steamThe steamThe
The force of the explosion was terrible terribleAH terribleAU terribleeAll
AH the men caught in a the vicinity of the thebursting tltebursttag
bursting tube were badly bad burned True Trueto Trueto Trueto
to the Instincts among amon sailors the crew crewrushed crewr1Uthed crewrushed
rushed to the the aid of the victims of the thedisaster thedlMster
disaster and they tbe were brought on deck deckas deckas deckas
as rapidly raptdl as possible possibleFour poesfbleFour poesbleFour
Four of the men men were so terribly burned burnedthat burnedthat
that they t er died In a few ev minutes minutesOthers mtnutcOthers minutesOthers
Others are in bad shape Wireless or orders orders ¬
ders were received here Jo to prepare for forthe forthe
the reception of the injured sailors who whowill
will 111 be taken to the hospital bo pltol on shore as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible p05 tbe tbeThe
The California Washington Colorado ColoradoWeet ColoradoMeet
Weet Virginia Pennsylvania P nns hUla and Mary Maryland Ia IalARd ¬
land ships which accompanied the Ten Tennessee Tenassess
nessee have ba ve arrived at Santa Sant Monica Re Redonda
donda San Pedro PedroIK Pedro1M PedroIs
IK Seurces Flagship 1lnJblpThe Flnp hlp
The Tennessee Ten fseee is the flagship of Ad Admiral ¬
miral Sebree who commands the second seconddivision seconddlvk910n seconddtvlelon
division of the Pacific squadron SQuadronThe
The latest test reports from the ship say saynone sa sanone
none of o the officers was injured The Ttecruleer Thecruiser
cruiser Tennessee arrived at San Pedro Pedroshortly
shortly after 7 oclock tonight andshore and anddropped anddropped
dropped anchor two miles from the shore shoreThe shoreThe
The injured men will not be landed until untiltomorrow untiltomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowReported tomorrowRCIJOrted tomorrowReported
Reported to Washington WaahiingtnnThe WashingtonThe thln on onThe
The accident to the Tennessee was re reported reported reported ¬
ported to the Navy 1a Department last night nightby nightb nightby
by b Rear Admiral James H Dayton ton com commander
mander of C the Pacific fleet in a wireless wirelessdispatch wlrelefsdispatch wirelessdispatch
dispatch relayed to Washington by b way wayof wayoC wayof
of Santa Barbara Admiral Admlr Daytons Daytonsdispatch Daytonsd5aptitch
dispatch gave no further details of the theaccldent
accident
It was said at the Navy 1R Department Deptlrtm nt ntthat
that a list of the killed and injured WAS waaBOt WASot
pot ot expected until this morning as the thedepartment thodepartment thedepartment
department was unable to get g t in commu communication commitntcation
nlcatlon with with the Pacific fleet last night nightNEW nightNEW nightNEB
NEW HOSPITAL WALLS W ALIS CRACK CRACKFlt CRACKPlttHlmr
PlttHlmr Pittsbttrg Flt < slmrc BuIldliiK uIl11htJ Not ot Yet Occu Occupied Oecu1letl OccnPied ¬
pied Expected to Topple Over OverPittsburg OerPlttsburg
Pittsburg June bRhilo While a force of 100 109workmen 100workmen 100workmen
workmen were attempting this afternoon afternoonto
to pleas jacks under the walls of the thenev thenew
new Homeopathic Hospital the magnifi magnificent magnlficaut ¬
cent 1600x0 OQtCO structure in n Center avenue avenueBast aenueEast avenueEast
East End the walls began to tremble trembleA
A wild panic among tho workmen fol followed followed ¬
lowed A number of o them ware badly in injured fnjurc ¬
guyed jurc although none seriously sorlous After Aftertho Afterthe Afterthe
the hurried departure of the men it was wasimpossible wasImposstblo wasimpossible
impossible to got others to go back The Thebuilding Thebuilding
building it ia expected will topple over overbefore overbefore
before morning morningArchitects morningArchitects
Architects who havo made an examina examination examination ¬
tion of the surrounding territory torrltol declare declarethat dec1nreUaat
that the foundation of tho building was waslaid waslaid ns nslaid
laid on a mass of blue clay cIa The recent recentheavy recentlioa recenthoavy
heavy lioa rains have caused many man springs to toform toform
form formtZ
1 125 Sunday SundnyDlufJ Bluemont ont nnd Return RetunsLeave
I Leave Washington 9 and 915 nm So By

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