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POWERS PARDONEDIN PARDONED PARDONEDIN
IN GOEBEL CASE CASEJ CASEJames
J James ames Howard Now Serv Serving Serving
ing Life Sentence Also AlsoSet AlsoSet
Set at Liberty LibertyPEOPLE LibertyPEOPLE
PEOPLE PLEASED PLEASEDBYGOVERNORS PLEASEDBYGOVERNORS
BYGOVERNORS ACT ACTCrowd ACT ACTCrowd
Crowd Around Prisons to Catch CatchGlimpse CatchG1impe
Glimpse of Released Men llenMay MenMay
May Hearrest Powers PowersFRANK1IORT PowersF1tAKFORT
FRANK1IORT Ky E June 1ICaleb 1ICalebPo 13CalebPowe
Po Powe the th m mot t noted political pr1 pr1Clner prlcner
Clner In n the ttory ot o XlNttuok to together together
gether with Jam Jamee Howard who wu wuiI wa wagerving
iI gerving nIng a ltt entence for complicity In Intbe Inthe
the a aseae4uatSon naUon ot Gvvvrnorelect VI1 VI1Uam Vtl11am
Uam M Goebel 818Ot9 < 1 everal yearlS yearlSago yereago
ago on the nmocrtlc ticket have been beengiven beengiven
given unoondlUonal prdOftS by Gov GovAUgu8tu GovAugustus
Augustus E VlIlIOft r reent1y t1y IRaugu IRaugurated haugurated
rated Republican governor or o the State StatePowers StatePowere
Powers and Howard will be reJ releeed releeedImmediately ed edImmediately
Immediately ImmediatelyThe
The two men have ave MOO confined In Inprison inprison
prison for more than eight years Pow Powfrs Powra
frs ra Is now in jan at Georgetown while whileH01ard whileioward
H01ard hi in the penitentiary here serv servIng aerving
Ing a Ut 310 eentence Powar will go goback goback
back to hi his old home In Knox county countywhere countywhere
where his mother has tltted up hia ht old oldplace 1 1place
place fot h1a h1 coming This his home was wasmorgaKed I
mortge morgaKed ed early during Powers fight fighttor fightZor
tor frfteCiom by bl h mother who lId aU aU8t alleh0
8t eh0 could to help her son sonHoward eonHoward
Howard will go to Loul LoulevUle vUle joto his hisfamily blefamily
family and become aft n eVaD81Itlt In Inprl Inprieon
prl prieon on work workReviewed wrcReviewed
Reviewed All Four Trials
Governor VUIHn atftxed hl8 signature signatureto
to the perdons after an exh exbauetlve usUve study studyot stud studot
ot the eas cases and a review of the te tsLl tsLlmony < iI iImany
many lie was aIded D by argumM1ts ol olattorneys oCattorneys
attorneys both tor fort fortan and an apJnst Powen Powenand Pewerand
and Howard all well as by reading th thfnUra the theentire
entire tran transcrIpts crlptll Of tuUMOft testimony covering coveringthe coveringthe
the tour trials ot Powers and the one oneot on onot
ot Howard HowardIt
It III seId Jd that Governor IISOfl on eV eVcarried V4fl V4flcarried < <
carried briefs of the meet Importaat ImportaattElflUmony SmpOrtnltteatlmony
tElflUmony with him to WashIngton two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks ago when he went to attend UU UUconference theconference
conference ot governors vernonJ In order to die d16CUIiS diecue
cue various rlou points with other 1fOVr oovrnezs I Inors
nors He lied been steadily working workingen orklngn
en n records sce he returned returnedPardon returnedPardon
Pardon Pleases People PeopleRemat1faWe PeopleRarbie
Remat1faWe eCe were wer W1tieseed W1tieseedbere I teINed teINedlere
bere lere at Georgetown Dar BarbOurvflk knit IUIdClther knitther
Clther po points a l today when word ot the thef3rdontl thepardon
pardon came Men gra grasped ped each other otherhAndR otherelatnde
hAndR and wrung them fervently as asth I Ithey
th they 1moat eobbd bbed out the good news newsVomen newsWomen
Women wept openly on streets when whennews whennews
news or the psrdons 8IdOns 1NJI flashed through throughthe throughthe I
the county In Frankfort and andGeorgetoWn Georgtttown Georgtttownwhere I Iwhere
where th the men are confnfd crowds O Ofriends t tfriends
friends wor were standing In the corridors ot otthp ofthe
the jaIl and the penItentiary welting tor torevpn breven
even one handola handclasp p or look from men nHtf1who menwho
who have suffered 80 long longBoth longIloth
Both men were almo almost t too wetOOmt overoomewith wetOOmtwith
with emotion to talk Powers Hid HidI id idI
I am glad to have my freedom but butwould butwould
would rather have had an acquittal by bythe bythe
the courts I am not guilt guilty and 1 hoped hopedthat hopedthat
that I would be vlndlcated vlndlcatedMay vind1catedMay
May Re Rearrest sr Powers
It Is said that Powers will be rear rearreeted rearrooted
rooted aa soon oon as refe reteased sd on cl1argH cl1argHof
of subornation of perjury but thl this Ie Ienot Isnot
not ex expected ed Petitions for Pow8n Pow8npardon Poworpardon
pardon have come from every State In Inthe Inthe
the Union and two CAme from Europe
Powers wept when his pardon was re ree received
e clv clvThree ceived ceivedThree
Three men relatives or Howard went
through Lexington last night On their thwrway theirway
way to Frankfort They were heavily
armed and went tor the purpose of eB eBcortin
cortin cortlng Howard to the mountains In Inafety Insafety
safety U It i8 feared an attempt will
be made to 8H88lnate him himSenator himSenator
Senator William Goebel DemoeraUt DemoeraUtR1iplrant Democratkaspirant
aspirant for governor of Kentucky wal walmurdered wacmurdered
murdered In January LCoOO in State
house yard at Frankfort The shot waf
llred from CaJeb Powers office window
he being s secretary ot state to Governor
Taylor For a Ume Jt looked a as though thoughcivil thoughcivil
civil war would result Taylor and andmany andmany
many ot his friends tied tbo State tak
ing refuge in Indiana IndianaPowers IndianaPowers
Powers was arrested here and foun
to have a pardon for the murder murd ot
Goebel signed by Taylor in his pocket
Powers was found guilty three Um timer
but at the fourth trial a h hutg g jury reo reosulted re
suited Howard was convicted on bb
first tra1 and did not aak a rehearIng rehearIngTaylor rehearingTaylor
Taylor Is Gratified GratifiedAt
At Pardon of Powers PowersINDIANAPOLIS PowersINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INDIANAPOLIS Ind June 13 13When LtWhen
When Informed ot the pardon ot Caleb CalebPowers CalebPowers
Powers and JIm Howard by Governor GovernorWUlsqn GovernorWIllaQn
WUlsqn ot Xentuok Xentuoky former Gov W WS V VS
S Taylor ot Kentucky said saidTbe saidThe
The pardon of Powers and Howard HowardIs
Is a itst ost righteous act Never before
In the history of this country have two twomen twoinca
men 8ltrered so much and so unjustly unjUtiltlylEATHER unjustlyWEATHER
lEATHER REPORT
Showers were quite general from the
Rocky mountains eastward Into the
Ohio valley and upper Lake region and andthere andthere
there were also local showers In the thesouth thesouth
south Atlantic State StateThe StatesThe
The weather Will be unsettled and andshowery andshowery
showery tonIght and Sunday In the theOhio theOhio
Ohio valley the East and South with withlower
lower temperatures by Sunday In the
lower Lake region the Ohio valley valleTand valleyand
and the east Gulf States StatIMThe StatesThe
The wind along the middle Atlantic Atlantlccoast Atlanticcoast
coast will be light to fre fresh h and mo mostly mostlysoitherly tly tlysOttherb
sOttherb on the south Atlantic coast coastUght coastlight
light to fresh northeast to MSt and on onthe onthe
the east Gulf coast light to tresh east eastto easeto
to southeast southeStSteamers southeastSteamers
Steamers departing today for Euro European European
pean poMS will have light t to fresh fresharlable fresIvariable
variable winds with fair weather to the theGrand theGrand
Grand flanks BanksTLPBRATtm flanksTJMJPERATUJU
TJMJPERATUJU TJMJPERATUJUDOWNTOWN TLPBRATtmDOWNTOW
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Sun rls rises 431 431Sun 43ZSun
Sun sets 71 71TIDE 7 7TIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEHigh TABLEHigh
High water today 7 71G pm pmLow pmLow
Low water today 1 pm pmHigh pmHigh
High water tomorrow 7M Lm o6 6 pm pmLOt pmLowwatertomOrrOW
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CALEB POWERS POWERSPardoned POWERSPardoned
Pardoned After Going Through Four FourTrials FourTrials
Trials for the Murder of Goebel GoebelTORPEDO GoebelTORPEDOSTRIKES
TORPEDO TORPEDOSTRIKES STRIKES
MONITOR MONITORFLORIDA MONITORFLORIDANaval FLORIDA FLORIDANaval
Naval Officers on Board BoardWhen BoardWhen
When Missile Explodes ExplodesCausing ExplodesCausing
Causing Vessel to Settle SeHleNOlUOLK SettleNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va June 1SBravtp 13BravIngnny < < i
nny ny dangers a score of t naval officials omclal4llIned officialsremained
remained Ined 011 board the monkor > Fiodde Fiodde5wken > Iorid IoridwlteR
wlteR dtat dtats vss wea L LSswfts
s Sswfts laa 111t In lkpioft loads oa4a th thmomlbl thI thImorning
morning momlblBending morningBending
Bending an 1m immense column of water waterhurlin waterhurling
hurling < < 3GOteet 2Q t In the aIr a wat tor torJHMlo toro
JHMlo o carefully aimed by Lieut John v vBabeoek VBabeock
Babeoek commanding the orpedo boat boatMorris
Morris exploded with trlftc for fore foreagainst o oagaln i
agaln against t the ltoridax aide The Florida Floridaalthouch Floridaalthough
although her bulkheads were not notIeMl sotpierced
pierced IeMl Mtled gradually Shortly be betore before
tore noon ahe wa we tO rowed back to the theNorfolk theNorfolk
Norfolk navy yard where JIbe will be beplaced beplaced
placed In dry dock It l Is expected that thathe thatshe
she he will be puMped dry Immediately ImmediatelyA
A careful Jn inspdction p CUon will then be beto made madeto
to determine the exact extent or the thedamage thedamage
damage done
Taft and Metcalf on Hand HandThe BandThe
The te test t was witnessed by S Secretary Secretaryof < < retary retaryot
ot War Taft Secretary or the Navy NavyMetcalf NavyMetcalf
Metcalf and P08tJna3t Postmaster General Meyer Meyerwho Esyerwho
who came down on the Pre Presidents Presidentsyacht ldents ldentsyacht
yacht Mayflower Immediately after the theexplo theexplosion
explo explosion lon they went on board the Flor Florida Floride
ida to Me the extent ot the damage damgeSecretary damageSecretary
Secretary Metealf expre expressed ed hlm himself e1t AS ashighly
highly gratified with tM eaperlment
and declared that more practical tec tecot ec ecof
ot a similar nature should be held haldNever heldNever
Never has a more spectular CIlr eight eightbeen ht htbeen
been seen In Hampton Roads Prompt Promptly
ly at 8 oclock the danKer flag was wasraised wasraised
raised on the Florid Florida The ob observing observingboats ervtng ervtngboats
boats were grouped In a semicircle be behind bebind
hind the torpedo boat Morris whichmarked which whlobmarked
marked the danger line The tug Web Webneta Vahneta
neta with Secretaries Taft eMtealf and andMeyer andMeyer
Meyer was on the left end and the thern1Yboat thearmy
army rn1Yboat boat Ringgold on the right rlgh1One rightOne
One Moment of Suspense SuspenseTho
Tho party on board the irMa got gotunder gotunder
under cover In the rear Cabin and andawaltod andawaited
awaited the shot There was a a woment womentot
ot appalling silence while the Florida Floridawigwag itorldawigwag
wigwag man signaled oaU all ready One Onesecond Onesecond
second of suspense Chief Gunners Mate MateCharlH MateCharles
Charles T Baldwin pulled the trigger triggerVith triggerWith
With ft bubbling wake of white that thatldIowlJi1 thatehowed
ldIowlJi1 clearly Us pTO pregress < < r8118 the torpedo torpedod torpedosped
sped d straight to the Florids balL h1LThere balLThere
There was s d deep p intonation 8 a < 1 a acloud acloud
cloud of water mist and smoke r rss rssskyward > tM tMskywsrd
skyward For a moment the Folrl Foiriqa Foiriqawas < ift iftwas
was hidden been of her hull chips chlpand chipsand
and bits of the torpedo rained down downtor downfor
for several minutes ooverln covering < < an are area
ot lMO yards 1ds The Florida settled slow slowly slowly
ly Th The Wtltertls water was cll discolored C Jored and ftd tM tMall theair
all had an amon1ated smell In a few lewmlnutell fewmtrutes
mlnutell the test was over and the of officll officlal
ficll pArty scattered scatteredSECRETARY catteredSECRETARY
SECRETARY STRAUS STRAUSTO STRAIJSTO
TO VISIT VISITNEW NEX1 YORK YORKSecretAry YORKSecretary
SecretAry Straus and Commteeloner CommteelonerGeneral CommiastonerGeneral
General of Immigration Sargent will wUlvi willvisit
vi visit lt Ellis Island Xonday to confer with withCommllonl3r wIthCommissioner
Commissioner Watoocrn and otftc1als otftc1alsfrQjn offlelalsfrn
frQjn frn ImmIgration stations at Boston notonPhiladelphia BostonPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Baltimore and Montreal Montrealto ontr l lto
to perfecting regulations for administer administerIng
Ing the Immigration laws an1 an to coor coordinate coordinate
dinate the admlnl admlnlatratlon traUon a the several severalports severalports
ports portsThe portsThe
The Secretary also dealr desires to make a afurther afurther
further inspection of Ellis I Island IslandACTRESS IJ1d IJ1dACTRESS
ACTRESS IS HURT HURTBY HURTBY
BY FA FAIth L ON STAGE STAGEEW
NEW EW HAVEN Conn June l3Hav l3HavIng 13Havbig
big balled to regain consciousness since slncohor sinceher
her fall during 8 rehearsal or the theThree theThree
Three Twins late yterday atternool atternoolIda afternoorIda
Ida Klein a member of the cast W Wreport wa wareported
report reported today In an exceedingly pte ptecarious pccanoes
carious condition conditionAt
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At the ho hospital pItal W wsrs 8l she be W86 take
It was said her phYticlans bd not de determ determined
term termined Ined yet whetb whetbr r Sbo sh har a f ftured frac fractured
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HARVEST FROM TAGS TAGSFOR TAGSFORPLAYGROUNDS
FOR FORPLAYGROUNDS FORPLAYGROUNDSBoys PLAYGROUNDS PLAYGROUNDSBoys
Boys Soon Fill Banks So SoEarly SoEarly
Early Do They Sell SellPasteboards SellPasteboards
Pasteboards
5000 EXPE ExPEcTED ExPEcTEDBY TED
BY J B SLELVIAN I JR JRQuentin JRQuentin
Quentin Roosevelt Among First to toTurn toTurn
Turn in His BankH BankHeadquerters BankHeadquertersWill adqurters adqurtersWill
Will Be Kept Open Late LateNobdy
NOb Nobdy < dy Wall W8 alighted in VuhhJteft Wanhintefttoday VuhhJtefttoday
today and it there 111 I one erlOl III taM taMcIty thecity
cIty who escaped the t taggors SgOfS who an anworking areworking
working for the Playground Playgroundhon AssocIa AssocIation
hon he will be hunted down and made JIMldeto madeto
to disgorge at leaK a nickel for the thelittle thelittle
little Vl piece ce ot pasteboard and ooloreti ooloretistring 1or4d i
string There Ii no o capetbe uICera t44geCSar I Iur
ur fU1 s r relentless lentl8 i as fate and as Ind IndfaUpble lndfitigble
faUpble u electric ctnuno ctnunoBrlgbt dyitaniosBright
Bright and uarly this morning tb tbstarted they theystarted
started out Into the highways and by byways byways
ways hoLding up the pedestrians and anddtnxlng and3fflxing
dtnxlng the b badge dg ot phUantbrophy to tohorst tohorses
horses dogs wagons aut autuinobiles autuinobilesbuildings < tPlObtJ tPlObtJbUilding
bUilding and nd otlce otlceUp of lions lionslip
Up on PfI Pennsylvania ftSylvanaa avenue a Teddy TtMk1ybear Teddybear
bear stood outside a lIOuv8llir postal JKMtWlltore postalstore
store basking in the warmth of lh lhsunahlne the thesunshios
sunahlne He was UnO unconscious MCIOUtI ot den daAfir denger
ger fir 5 spd nd wa was thinking probably that tl1teoon thatsoon
soon h he must go the way ot the ROb RObIndian noble nobleIndian
Indian who wa wont to do duty 4ut 4uttc1 Ut Utsldd
sldd tc1 tebac tebeobo o stores storesTags storesTags
Tags Big Teddy Bear BearGOOden1y Bearuddenly
GOOden1y be WI pOunced upon Ity bysmall a alnDaJ1
small boy wh who was beltttd with a broad
whit bllt Inscribed Tag Day Volun Volunteer Vohisttear
tear A pasteboard wa was attached to tothe tothe
the Teddy Bears furry ear and a nick nickwe nickI nickIwee
we wee coUflCted collect d trcm his own ownA owner ownerA
A A few or tb mo most t energetic Mr tic or the theboy thehey
boy workenl reported thlll morning at atthe atthe
the headquarters on Fifteenth Street 1Itreett1tn Streetwltn
t1tn their bank ftUid to the limit with w1thcow withcoins
cow The They wer were for forced to quit work workanl workenI
anl bring In tho money lH beseuse aUH per perforet perborer
borer their bank would hold no more moreQuentin moreQnntin
Quentin Roosevelt liOn ot the p Presi
den was one ot the earUe earliest t on the thelceu thesontie
sontie lceu He had gone out the night H before
tor fore and started > > tis work tagging peo people popie
pie with an eitD which soon 11Usd 11UsdItle Ued
ilia Dank Hit was the second cond to bring
11 his l bank and it co contained A Ath Att
tt o th the aid hlock Hid Treasurer TPreas Treasurer4nea
4nea as 1M gave It biut Jor Joranc
ae and Uot aaotJlilir 11ft bI IIIuIIiII lN Ut f
t taa CJN Chester t < < McMtUaa MCl George GeorgemIth
mIth dtlt earn In lust and the they > brouC brought t
LPI 11 hi their bank bankSell bankSell
Sell a Tag a Second SecondProbably
Probably the bu busiest it corner In the tbedty thecity
city was the corner or BtttCMftt Me sod F Fstreets
streets Hundred who who w wtnt nt into tM tMnMtby thenearby
nearby rAilroad orne offices to purcb porches va vacation vsoaUon
cation tickets re responded ponded heartily to the theappeal theappeal
appeal ot the boys and many bo bought boughthalf ht htbait
bait a dozen taJ taje 1II It wu estimated eatlmatedtllt estimatedthat
that they were IIO sod on that corner at
the rate o sixty tas a minute
hte Im headquarters oC the Tag Day Daybnd Dayband
band In the old Metropolitan National NationalBank NationalBank
Bank building was 8 one ot the busiest buaidtplace5 busiestplaces
places In Washington Hundreds ut
boys came pouring in with the wealth wealthof ealth ealthot
ot nickels and dimes and quarters gath gathered gathered
ered In all parts ot t the e city were re rel1ved relived
lived of the contents of their banks bankstheir bankstheir
their stock ot tags replenished and andHnt andsent
sent forth to continue the good ood work workSUjHiIrvlelng workSupervislng
SUjHiIrvlelng Principal Charles CharlesClark S SClark
Clark who Is In charge ot the SCIftooI SCIftooIchUdrens sohoolchildrens
chUdrens division of the work wu wudeluged wasdeluged
deluged with requests for Jftre tap tapancl tagsand
and ban banks kg from the dlf dlffrent rel1t schools schoolswhere choolswberethe
wberethe where the branches are eat4bUslMd
Supply of Banks Runs Out OutThere OutThere
There was plenty ot tags ot aU sizes slH5ut sizeshut
hut > ut the nlckoled banks which had been bKAprovided beenprovided
provided gave out early and Mr r 81 81mM ale alemen
mM who Is vice president ot the Union Union5avlngs UnionSavings
Savings BaRk scoured nearly a thous thousand thousand
and small banks which his fn Institution Institutionhad tttutioo tttutioohad
had used at one time It had been h6nP beenplanned
P planned lnned to have two boys u use e cnn bank bankjointly bankjointly
jointly but there were so o many mon monbo mortboys
bo boys than banc that it was found foundn foundnecessary
n necessary ceuary to assIgn nve ve or six tx to a abank abank
bank and In some cases the boys had hadto hadto
to keep the money In their pockets pocketsZtlr pocketsMr
Ztlr Sleman s eiid Jd at noon that he
thought at least 5000 COO would be bere bereaped
re reaped ped by the Itttlo harvesters who are areworking areworking
working so industriously to augment
the fund to prov1d playgrounds for the thechildren
children ot Washington WashingtonThe
The headquarters on Fifteenth street streetwill streetwill
will bi kept open until 10 oclock tonight tonightso
so that aU returns may be made and
the total made up A statement Will be bemade bemade
made at that time by those In charge chargeshowing chargeshowing
showing the results or the Tag Day e et
forth and giving a list of the Individual
donors donQIIFBOY donorsBOY
BOY STOLE MONEY ltONEYTO MONEYTO
TO SEE PARENTS
Worked for Theatrical Company CompanyWithout CompanyWithout
Without Pay1iIl Be Released ReleasedIf
If Fare Is Sent SentI
11 I havont seen my parents for ne near r
Iy 1 two yearn and 1 wanted to go b back oIt
home said Joseph Summerfield eight eighteen eightsee
see years old when DeteoUve Mc McNamee
Namee brought hLon to Wa Washington Washingtonthis hlngton hlngtonthis
this morning to answer to a charge ot
larceny larcenySummerfield larcenySummerileld
Summerfield was arrested In Lynch
burg Va r yesterday for the larceny arceny
ot 16 6 j from Frank Moore an actor actorpla1ng
playing at a local burlesque theater
The boy said he had ben traveling
with the how during durlngthe the paSt season
and while th9 th manager had given hIm
transportation and his board he had
been paid no salary I
001 1 ran away from my home In New
Orleans ne nearly rly two years ago thE
boy explained 1 wanted to go back
to see my father and mother 1 didnt
have a cent in the world l1d the themanager themanager
manager woul wouhlnt nt pay mo 8 s8l salary
When I saw the mont moncy y on the t table b1a In
MI owl Moores ores dressln dressing room I oouldnt
1 resist stst the temptaUor ot taking it I
am tired of this strt ot life and I
want to go back homo homoSUmmertl91d homeSummerfield
SUmmertl91d had 8 In his po8Be poeseseiofl poeseseioflwhen lon lonwhen
when the Lynohburg authorities placed
him under arrest The detective bu bureau bureau
reau has commtitcated with the New
Orleans authoritJ aid Jd It the boys boyspareJtts boysparents
parents will end the money to p pay Y
hIs fare home it a Is not likely he wilt
be prosecuted on thelarceny the larceny charge
He Is being held at he b Sixth precinct precinctstation
station r jI J Jr j
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INSPECT BUILDINGS BUILDINGSNOW BUILDINGSNOWUNDER
NOW NOWUNDER UNDER WAr WArAssistant AY AYAssistant
Assistant Engineer Commis Commissioner Commissioner
sioner Will Do VorkWhy WorkWhyFrancis VorkWhyFrancis
Francis Was Named NamedTM
TM CommtaIiIUMtenI th this morning re ree I Ieslysit
e eslysit I list ot Ut the buildings new being beingCOIUftruetecl beingConItiUcted
COIUftruetecl In the Dl District trlct which will willbe willbe
be Inspected under their order by Cap Captain Capthin
thin Kelly Aa Assistant latant Jlnglne Engineer r Comm1s Comm1sIoner Cominissloner
Ioner I ITbe 1 1Tb
Tbe Tb order to make a rigid Inspection In8peeUonof I Iof
of aU holdings being erected in the theDtatrlet theDistrict
District wu l Isaud ued a as a re result ult of the theaccident theaccident
accident at the Pickford apartment apartmentboWIe apartmenthouse
boWIe at Twentieth and P street streetnorth streetsnorthwest
north northwest In which two men were wereldJled werekilled
killed and six Injured The attention attentionof
of the Inspectors who have been chosen chosento
to do this worl orl under the per personal onal su suon mijervIslon
jervIslon on of Commissioner Morrow and andCaptaJn andCaptain
Captain Kelly will be directed chiefly chleftyto
to th the floorings ot the Buildings under underobMrvaUon underobservation
observation This work bas been 1M I Igun Igun
gun already and a report is expected oxpectedby
by the middle ot next week The list 118tof listof
of bulleUn buildingS I Is u follows tollowsRe followsResidence
Re Residence idence of Clarence Moore 1746 1746M8AChu i74 i74Massachusetts
M8AChu Massachusetts tUi avenue Pickford apart apartment apartmoot
moot house Twentieth and P streets stroetsPerry I IPerry
Perry Belmont residence New Han1p
shire avenue enue t add aewtlon
Uon being lrade Me to dwelling at 1m 1mTwentyftNJt 1hiTwentyftrt
TwentyftNJt street i Masonic Temple TempleThirteenth TempleThirteenth
Thirteenth and H streets northwest northwestre northwestresidence
re residence tdenoe of John 1 L Varron el09 2109Eighteenth el09EIghteenth
EIghteenth street northwest and build building buildIng
ing at 111 1 TblrtHllandahalf Ctroet Ctroetsouthwest treat treatSOUU1Wellt
southwest SOUU1WelltWhy southwestWhy
Why FI Francis ncis Was Chosen ChosenTit ChosenThere
Tit There haS beeR some speculation n by bymember bymembers
member f the staff In the Building In InsJI6Ctors Inspectors
sJI6Ctors camee regarding the temporary temporaryappotntmftl1t temporaryappointment
appointment or Thomas Francis an In Inspector Inspector
spector in that department to be Ils Ilstrict Elstrict
trict Building Lspector It Is thoulht thoulhtstrange thouihtstrange
strange by some that Deputy Bulldng Bulldnglnapeetor BulldngInspector
Inspector poyntn a next In charge in inthe inthe
the office should not have been pit in incbarge incharge
charge Questioned as to his reasons roasonstor reasonsfor
for naming Mr Francis Commissioner CommissionerMorrow I
Morrow said that It was done only ba baeau because
eau cause e Francis could have been III no noway noway
way c nn8Ctoo with the apartment apartmentbouse apartmenthouse
house accident Asked It I be thought It Itat itat
at alt probable that Mr Poynton In Inspector Inspector
spector Clark or Computer 8omerv11le 8omerv11lemight omerv1lltmight
might hiJve to answer to legal proceed proceedIngs proceedings
Ings Major Morrow said that while wbllethere whilethere
there are nO present indications of such sucha
a step being taken such action would wouldnot wouldnot
not bto at aU unlikely unUklyIt
It i Is only to be on the safest tilde tildeconcluded eldeconcluded
concluded Major Morrow that Mr MrFrancis MrFrancis
Francis was named for the place during
Mr Ashtords suspension Insteado of one oneof oneof
of the other three mentioned mentionedOn
On Monday the Commissioners will w1l1meet willmeet
meet to formulate plans for the Inves InvesAUnued lnves4coatinued
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FREEDOF FREED OF CHARGE CHARGEOF CHARGEOF
OF CAPITOL GRAFT GRAFTProsecutor GRAFTProsecutor
Prosecutor Is Ordered to Pay PayAIl PayAll
AIl Costs in Pennsyl Pennsylvanias Pennsylvanias
vanias Case CaseHARRISBURG CaseJVRBI13URG
HARRISBURG Pa J Jnn lLTbe lLTbejury ILTheJury
jury in the capitol metallic furniture turnitvruoontract furniturecontract
contract cases fIOded the thirtythree thirtythreedars thirtythreedays
days trial today by acquitting all 11 tlt tltdetendants the thedefendants
defendants former Treasurer Kathues Kathuesformer Mthuesfonner
former Superintendent Sbumker form former
er Auditor General Snyder Congress Congressrnen s snan
nan H Bard CaMel president ot the thePennsyhanla thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Con Constxuotlon tructlon Company Companyand
and J M Huston the architect ot the thecapitol thecapitol
capitol capitolThe capitolThe
The jury pieced the costs on the theCommonwealth theCommonwealth
Commonwealth contrary to the lutruo lutruotlon8 inatructions
tlon8 of the ju judge 8 who ordered them tbemplaced themplaced
placed on the i1etenda defendenhi taI Jame T TWElter TWriter
WElter the prosecutor or the county
Sent back by Judge Kunkel they finally finallyplaced finallyplaced
placed the o onste t on the prC prosejt prosejtrchlteet Mcutor McutorArCbltect
ArCbltect Husten wa cbalAed with withconspiring
conspiring to defraud tbeState the State ot Penn Penneylvanla Pennsylvania
eylvanla In the metallic furniture for
the State capitol In his
cha charge e eterday yes yesterday
terday Judge K Kunkel u1cl dlrect d1rectocl a verdict verdictContinued verdictContinued
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VI WATCH ATCH FOR ARMS ARMSGOING ARMSGOING
GOING TO CUBA
10000 Pounds of Ammunition AmmunitionSeiz
Seiz d on Ward Line Stoamer StoamerRevolution StoamerRevolution
Revolution May Be Planned PlannedNEWl4 PlennedNEYORK
NEYORK YORK June 1ITo
NEWl4 prevent a athreate athreatetld
threate threatetld ed revolution tn Cuba special apeolalUnlt specialUn1td
Unlt Un1td States Treasury agents today are areo
o nguarC at the New York docks to ful fullowing 1 1lowing
lowing the seizure of 1O08 round ct ctammunfUon cfammunition
ammunition on the steamship Surac Suracof curaca j jot
ot the Ward line Not oIlY here but butI
1 nevery port from whl which h ships sail sailfor U Utor
for Cub Cuba Is the strlete strictest t watch to be bemalntalnoo b bmaintained
maintained malntalnooIt
It was vas on the complaint of the Cub Golin Golinminister > n nminister
minister at Washington Gonlo d dQuesada cle cleQuesada
Quesada that Ue seizure on the theseizure theseizure
seizure on the Segulanc ws WUJ me made madeNo de deNo
No one at t the pier had uy Intimation mUmatlonth
th that t oonri8bond wu aBoard tilt the ot otficers offloors
floors appeared For three hours they theyeerchOd theysearched
searched the th ship shipIt shipIt
It Is doubted that a eriClue attempt attemrtwas
was to h have ve been made to capture the tbepresidency thepresidency
presidency of Cub by force ot ofIt arro arroIt
It Is thought however that bu8ln08 bu8ln08Interests buslnewinterests
Interests wished the United Stat Stattroops J Jtroops
troops to remaIn longer In the l Inlaid Inlaidthan lald laldthan
than February I 1008 when they ar to towlthdraw towithdraw
withdraw under President Roo Roosevelts Rooseveltsruling velts veltsruling
ruling and by importing munlUona of ofwar ofwai
war hop hoped d t gem thelrobJ Ct CtJ
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LEECH ABOLISHES ABOLISHES3OOO ABOLISHES3000G1
3OOO 3000G1 G P O JOB JOBNev JOBNew
New Public Printer Makes MakesMany MakesMany
Many Changes in Admin Administrative Administrative
istrative Force ForcePublic ForcePublic
Public Printer Leech this afternoon afternoonnt8de afternoonmade
made a number dt Imp Important rtant changes changooin
in the administrative force of the Gov Government Goveminent
eminent Printing Office OfficeThe OfilceThe
The pa position ltlon ot assistant superintend superintendent
eat of work held by Frank C Wallace VlaUaceand Wallaceand
and paying S ttG < < JO per year was abolish abolished
ed Mr Ir Wallace was made foreman of ofprinting ofprinting
printing succeedIng David J Roberts Robertswho Robertswho
who wa was reduced to the case caseThe caseThe
The p positien ltlcn ot superintendent of sup supplies supplies
plies paying 3ztoo 2100 per year and held heldby heldby
by Harry F Ashlon WAS also abolished abolishedGeorge abolishedGeorge
George Lamb the general storekeeper storekeeperbas
bas been placed In charge of Supplies 8uppUesAll
All night work In the pr press s and print printIng printing
Ing divisions 11a has been done away with withand withand
and Dennis J OLMry and Joh John D DMeyers DMeyers
Meyers foremen or nl night ht press work workreducedto workreduced
reducedto reduced to assistant toremanshlps foremanshipsRi
Richard Ri hard YCAulf McAuky > 3 foreman of press presawork presswork II
work at 600 lG per annum has ha been beenmade
made assistant at 1800 per annum annumJohn annumJohn
John IC Bishop assistant has boon boonrtduoed boonreduced I
reduced from 2O09 OO to 1600 Qnd made
a a chle of section sectionFlnle sectionFnle
Flnle l Hay Hayes chief ot section nas nasbeen nasbeen
been Iducod from 1000 to 4 per diem diem80d diemand
and ns assigned lgned to pre press work workJohn ClorkJolin
John J Callahan and George GeorgePIerce GeorgePierce
PIerce chiefs ot sections have boon re red redOced
d dOced ced to proe presses pressesJohn es esJohn
John R Berg 8uP suprIntandert rintondont Of lino linotype ilnotype
type composition has bean promoted promotedto promoted promotedto
to superintendent or work which Is to tobe tobe
be the future de designation ilt1atfon ot the post position posttion
tion hold by Benjamin F Constantine ConstantinesuperIntendent Contttntinesuperintendent
superIntendent or mnnufacture Mr MrConstantine MrConstantine
Constantine who Is now out of the thity city
hat not been ss aseigned lgned to his future po poslUon poeltion
slUon slUonMISSING eltionMISSING
MISSING CASHIER CASHIERNOT CASHIERNOTIN
NOT NOTIN IN HOSPITALS HOSPITALSA
A canvass by the pOlice of all bospl bospltal hospitals
tal tals and other retreats h has s faled to re reveaJ reveal
veal any trace ot John Fitzsimmons Fitzsimmonsassistant PitasimmonssMstant
assistant cashier and bookkeeper of the theUnited theUnited
United States Express Company wh whhas
has b been en missIng since 1fon Moncir morning morningfrom morningfrom
from hIs home 36 Q Street northeast northeastFrIends northeastFriends
FrIends ot the ml missing slng man nm believe belleethat believethat
that h hi ma may p be temporarily deranged derangedfiout
trom overwork He Is thirtyfive years yearsOf ears earsot
ot age and one of the most popular popularemployee
employee of the office Mrs Fltzslm Fltzsimmoos
mona declines to disGust her husbands husbandsdisappearance husbandsdisappearance
disappearance disappearanceI25
125 to J ba1LuIC Ul ure and Return ReturnSaturdays ReturnSaturdays
Saturdays and Sunday via Pennsylvania Pennsyl Pennaylyenta
yenta Railroad Tickets good ood returning returningunUl returninguntil
until Sunday night All regular trains trainsexcept
except the Congresslonll lm1t tmitd tmitddv0 d
AJvo dv0
1 1KELLOGG
KELLOGG BOOMED BOOMEDFOR BOOMEDFOR
FOR SECOND PLACE PLACEMinnesota PLACEMinnesota
Minnesota lIT Trust rust Buster BusterSaid BusterSaid
Said to Be White House HouseFavorite HouseFavorite
Favorite FavoriteNEEDED FavoriteNEEDEDBYARTy
NEEDED NEEDEDBYARTy BY JARTY JARTYTO i iTO
TO BEAT JOHNSON JOHNSONFear
Fear Latter May Be Democrats DemocratsChoice DemocratChoice
Choice and That He Would WouldCany WouldCarry
Carry the State StateBy
a aBy
By J C WELLIVER WELLIVERiICAao WELLIVERCrICAaQ
CrICAaQ iICAao June IPrank S Kel
logg ot Mln Minnesota MOta otAcla1 oMcIaIter tnutt bull
ter ot u th AlmlnJetraUen 111 today
leader on the tb Vice PrfNl6cleatlal b bargain bargaincounter rla1n rla1ncounter
counter Last night Mr fl Kellogg bd a
long talk By phone with Washington
Later U developed that the Jlban M1neaota ota
delegates are being hurried here to take takecbarge takecharge
charge ot b his l Interests add nd today the
highly clrcumaaUal report 1tr that he
ja the Admlnt AdmInIstratIons tratton choke for forond see seeond
ond place placeGovernor placeGovernor
Governor Hu Hughes < < h hu completely talc taken talcen
en himself out of the consideration by byQ bya
Q telegram to Chlca Chicago e reiterating that
be WOuld not haft the place under allY allYolr anycircumstances
olr circumstances umsta CM Senator Dolltvw1I Iowa
friends are working bard tc prevent
Dollivers nomination on th the ground ound
that It would reopen troubles 1ft Iowa 10wathe Iowathe
the convention gathering talks or Kel
logg DolliYer and Ad Bevertdp and lid waits
for further alp from Washington u uto asto
to tho Admlnl Admhiietrations tratJons wl wiobes wiobesMr be beMr
Mr Kello8ga boomers proteSt that tbatthere
there is now serious chance or Johnson Johnsonbeing JobnaonbtHng
being BOII somint J1ated for Pre Pres4dent dent whieh whiehWOUld whlhwould
WOUld probably 1Ipke nke Minnesota Demo Demoortie DemocretIn
cretIn unless a strong XtDnNOta man manwere manwere
were 8ft tb tiw Republican Uck ticket That ThatIs
Is why the KelJo Xelsgg movement baa ha Mpe Mpeclal epeeta
eta strength U a prollkloa in praetl praetlaJ practlcal
cal aJ politic
Kelloggs Record ReeordKelloggs RecordKelloggs
Kelloggs record buster or e the thePa thePaper
Pa Paper tru trust t a en general ma manager ot the tbeprONCuUon theprosecution
prosecution in which the 5OOG t00UiD0 fine Anewas finewas
was assessed a against tn t the Standard Oil QIlComIMUlY OilCentIStny
ComIMUlY aDd a as director r the Her Harr1maft Herr1net
r1maft Inve inveetigation t1pt1on as II cAM prOHCu prOHCutor prosecutsr
tor of the Standard OU OpatpaaT in inthat Inthat
that great t ace new JMMMIac at SL SLLon StLouis
Lon Louis to tltNOhre leoiy that oorporatlon 13 13to 13ptd
ptd to as the JItO most t Jlt magnificent magnificentequipment Uleent UleenteQuipment
eQuipment for a piece Oft the national nat10nalt1ck nationalticket
t1ck ticket ticketIt t tIt
It Is known that Myron T Henick Henickone HSLTICkone
one ot Ohio Ohios big tour our baa urged urgedMr WJ8d WJ8dMr
Mr Kellogg to authorize the Tart lead leaders leadera
ers to go to work openly for Kellogg Kel Kellogg
logg Mr KeUoKKs po positiOn ItlOll hs been beenthat teen teenuat
that he oould authorize nothing and andt andthat
t that at he was In an e especially ember
resslnt po position lUOD because he bad been beenone beenone
one of the 4iret ntt It not the first ot otDolliver ofDofliver
Dolliver boGmers boGmersThe boctnersThe
The DoUtver movement originated In Ina itta
a conference between Secre Secretary Lry Tat Tatand Taftand
and Mr Kellogg at which attar 011 011vass1ng unvasslng
vass1ng the whole situation Mr Xel Xello Kellogg
lo logg g insisted that the Dolliver proposi proposition propositIon
tion was the be beet t In sight and Dd Mr Tat Tatagreed Taftagreed
agreed agreedPromptl agreedPromptly
Promptly there thereafter tter the feelers were wereput wereput
put out from the Vwbite hlte Hou House and the theDoWver theDoLjver
DoWver movement baa beeR on ever everstnc eversinc
stnc B8OUf18 Of this paternal relation relationto
to the Dolliver boom Mr Kellogg Is In Inno Inno
no po position fUon to do more tba keep still sUUwhUo stillwhile
while other people push U h bIn ease It they theywant theywant
want to de BO BOBeveridge soBeveridge
Beveridge a Favorite FavoriteSenator FavoriteSenator
Senator Deverfdte la the gentleman gentlemanwhom gentlemanwhom
whom convention l1gt lightning tAlng would be bemost homost
most apt to strike it the COftventloo COftventloobad coevwitionhad
bad Us own way about selecting selectingVice a aVice
Vice Pre Presidential ldenUal candidate In tharst the thefirst
first rst place be Is reoognbed a as filling fillingthe lUng lUngtho
the entire bill Of qualifications and In Inthe Inthe
the second place the th Iowa people OJIe wJ10 wJ10want wiowant
want to save Dolliver from the Vice VicoPresidency VicepresIdency
Presidency hV have turned attention to toBeveridge toBaveridge
Beveridge and have been doing an anatn anamount
atn amount URt ot talking for the Indiana IIKlIanaman Indianaman
man which has forced con constant tant atten attentlor attentiort
tlor to his peculiar stre strength strengthThe gth gthTho
The Senator bas simply said nothing nothingretuslng nothtngrefusing
refusing to give the matter serious seriousconstdorUfpn seriouscons1derm
constdorUfpn cons1derm but hit c10 close e friends mend9have friendshave
have learned today Ut it necessary JMCeUrYhe
he would tHUd a po positive Itlve statement statementtakIng statementtaking
takIng himself out oC the race raceStoriN raceStories
Stories that the Allies would drop droptheir droptheir
their tight about the time the national JIttlonalcommittee nationalcommittee
committee had cOBeludtfl Its work are
now proved to have been apocryphal apocryphalInslead apocryphalInstead
Instead they are bard at work listing IIeUngup listingup
up theIr strength oaava eeavasslng lng delegates delegatesas
as they ome to town and seeking out outw08k outweek
week places in the Taft support They Theyhave Theyhave
have sound und some ot th these WO Ore Oregon Oregon
gon Washington Iowa the DakotaS DskotaBand DakotaSand
and Mlno8 Minnesota Ota have been found honq honqcombed honeacombed
combed with Jack of enthusiasm nUn for forTaft forTaft
Taft
Plan ROOievelt St Stampede StampedeInstructed mpet1e mpet1eInstructed
Instructed delegates elegal have declared In Inmo insome
some mo alMOlutel authentkte4 ca cases casesthat es esthat
that It they could be shown that e enough enoughothers ough oughothers
others would go with them to prelent prelentnomination praienta
a nomination they would assume the UlereepjnslbUlty theresponsibility
responsibility to Dolt their Taft In In5truCU instructiens
5truCU structiens Il on first ballot deadlock the theconvention theconvention
convention and pray tot a Roosevelt aooeveltstampede Rooseveltstampede
stampede stampedeThe stampedeThe
The steam rollerS work III done doIIeand doneand
and thoroughlY doe and a majority JBajPrltytlr
tlr Taft Is coneed4MI 1Jy aU p parties rtJe as asmatter asmatters
matter stand It Sa jest a que question questionwhetlvir tion tionwhcthttl
whcthttl such aft e effort n to effect eat a tie tieup tieup
up can succeed The Alii AlIIes today are aremore aremore
more cnftdent than heretofore at least Je8stthoy leastthey
they claim to be As more delegates delegatescome delagateacome
come to town the lack o of enthusiasm enthuat3amfor
for Taft becomes more apparent and it itIs itis
Is complicated DJ a considerable at atrec dIsffection
rec fection lon OV81 the steam roller methods methodsof
of the natl natipntl nltl commIttee commItteeThe committeeThe
The AU certAinly are at work wOlkwith workwith
with trtmeAJous diligence and energy eIIergyAU
AU ot the field caDdld candidates would pre pret prefer
t fer r Rooe RoosEvelt lt to Taft except Cann Cannon CannonThe n nThe
The story goes that the Speaker bas basboen hasboon
boon flat at In his retu refusal al to stand by sny snycourse l1y l1ycourse
course which night lead to the Presl PreslCont 1reslContnued
Cont Contnued IJue on Fifth jaei Fag 1 =

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