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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 2, 1911.
II W t t 1 i Anuirn nrinn i: LUKIMtn HtAKlj BY THE SENATE IN BE Illinois Menibci A.ikj Fin:il " i Defense Against Bribery Charges He .Faces. BRINGS IN GOV. DliMiHN l-t..1 I -. . II I II!... ueciaics executive uigtM iiinn ( to Accept Senalorship anJ I Denies Any Corruption, i WASHINGTON. lcb. ?J - Willi II Imnor of thr ."main and tin nation at slake; ltli I pi i j" Inlinm unions Dip p. rt ..--(..ell .u.u ..." iiif i I'lii'-rni ... Pi-fat throng of spectators, ihe Hcnnte wine of the Capitol was mi fur hlstor, notion to-day. when tin iln-il dratna-l j scenes In the case of Senator Willi tin LorlniT of ItllnolK, rluirxiil will, o'.italn-1 Ins his scot lv bilblng legiitlitiirs of llh- unfit, were matted. Irlnicr, III." a mnn on Irlnl for ii lift. ptPtentftl Ills defense. Hardened liy til" knocks Hint ionic In h ' ;irn and trained In the concealment of lil onto tloii. Iip appeared to bo lis tool a Hip mot . (Ilslntctrslril spcrlntur. 'If eon tested Hip arguments innilp li Ihe ablest lawyers In thp Hotiiil" and d. dared thai clprtlnti to t'l.il bod' was not btnus.it about by 1 I'H't means. Lorimer Asks Qusstlons. Dramntli- allviK. ft-II on1: tln rrnmt n Kallcrlps aa l.orlnici mop. lie flood at lila arat at tin- i-xtn-no en. of Hip laat row on iIip Di'inoi-i-.illc aide I tat in-llalcly Ix liliid, rtnlidliii; nlonn Hi" wall, wprr llcprppnt.illvi- .Moxli-v, hl chief llriitrimtit. and other inriiilcra of Ihf llllnola (1pIck:iIUiii In iIip lloii'o. Scores of other Hopi ptrtit.it'. rx tilled th KP.irp hack of tho SeliutoiV M-nta. Halo inigKPKtpil that Lorlnioi' conn- In tho contre of flic SVnati-. lip vi-iidup and Tallufnrro olTprfd tht-lr .piiI. T.il lafarro't wan nocpplfd ' mid Lnrliiier ninvfU to thp middle of the mulltorliiin. '"ilany tnctfoftlona hao Iippii pipppnt nl In Ihla dchatp." aald lirlnx-r ".M.in. of. thwn mfcr to my elrctlnn. Hid I oi caul ip Hip llllnoln J.PKllnlnrp iikhIiiM Henator Hopklnc, wlio tonirht tin- n-iit 1 nou- hold In thla Scnnto7 Hid I lwt Khurtlfff Spf.il.fr of the .llllnola l.i-gle-lature wiilch fit mo lii-ri-7 llld I maKp l.ts O'Nsll llniwn my ehlcf rcprpn-nl.i-tlveT Uld 1 Induci- thu IK-moi-inlH In Ilia Illinois l.pultlattiip to vote for hip? "1 propose to lull the .Senate (XhcMIi Ihptx- my election nan hiouuht atHiut I will answer thcie iiut-stlona and anawpr tham correctly. Shadow of Suspicion. ."Kfforta fiave hocn made to cover Ui nholc caho with n shadii- of HiDpli ion. It wan cousin to inakp It appear H it tome man of mirpantliiR ahlllty nntanlzed thp Illinois J.PKliilattire to defeat Hop klnt. Some have declared that thl man Of ovcrahadimlng crnlun and uondei-rui power of ortfanlzjtlon wax none oiln-i than myself. It la nomtht t" prove that not only was I elected liy corrupt pru -tlcan.'bnt that I amused their employ ment and made, them effective " Iorlmer first tool: the declaration of Senator Crawford. Itcprcentatlv fron Houth Dakota, that he had orKanlr.i'd tha llllnoit I.citlslatura iiitalutl II p klna and Gov. Dineen. ' "To orxanlzo a I.cKl&latuic with n mlxturn uf Itepubllcant and DpihocimIi In not a matter that can he aeiom pllilied by a "lull or a thouuht. I did not hnve the dctlio to npcanltu the I.fgLnlatiirc. and couhl not have done o. I was stricken with flclini-ss irly tn ; October, and until the uihldlo of Nnyember I went to my olllce for it it hour each day Juxt to vlunv that I was still ulhe. ImtiiMllately inter the 'l-'-Hon I'went to the l'.-n-lfli- I'ojst for my health. Hits at Dcnccn. Til ward Shtirtleff waa elei linl Hpeak er hecatnp of a condition t ml had arisen In lite State Cm Upiiphi a opposed tn h'm. The (imernor under l0k to dictate io tae (ieiteral AHxeut 'bly who Khmild be elected Siienker" Benator Crawford asked way that , statiMtietit was not put In tie icc-ord nd (!nv Deneen ealleil an a nlinexa. "I was not a member of the commit tee that InvesllKated the mailer," .ud I.orlmer. "I had no rlKit to summon Ir. Deneen an u w ltne. and since the Introduction of my resolution no Sen ator -will say that I ever xUKUoxted mi) thtnt; to him or madp any iippenl tn lilin or sought to Influence hm vote hi tills case. No Kouator will ru Hi.it I approached him In anv w i "Huppose a rresident of tho fnned States should call In t .e Si n.it .r ..' hi party, tell them w.iom I.- u.ot,,! for J'rcsldcni iiro teni or thl- Si-nat.' tell thorn how lie w.inlnl t e .Sfmn, HI OWN HALF r r i;i y .a tfc-, K?stm Wt- S mi Ua. Lk I .rnlttcpt oreanUe.l, I' ll thorn t'i."t .wise they could "i no fMtrtiiiajc . o. liln administration, suppose a 1'r 'dent cmiW fnll in l.,vv an to m i Make such ft fpA I 11 thai and he su "'til In get tin r Into I i" ortrnnlrnli.. an. It would n-t lake any cm- m i'- one minute to rri- I'lf ptinv II' ..I Jm t -iii a m.m as thcv saw m Shurtlcff Nat His Man. '"I llllnol mem r rant!!.'' 1 tii I.o.i ifirp to mil th'-'osf lies i;.w i s .n:l fC !irtl tlv .'.. itm- trotn ! I'ik'i'.i ivould htve "i i-ili-M' I- i tup' H'.in, Wits ll i i.ifore '. l Ihe .i if nmYc, H,), , nho.it a , , IK- I not ti X'ifiii.i ' 'Tr. 'ii. 1 1. it ll.1 In , Hi. .'. fin- 1 ' ti he i w i ' h m ' . i i i and r t : . ' In n- 'im i i Ililnit til i '' I 1 i he i ! "Mr. iHit 1 1 - -1 w . i i ..ndidiite re-eli etio i t i . ri o n - Senator llopi i- . - i 'riMnl. hid ItPPIl mi.' II il- a i I in T- i mnnaaer at . I a..k . . 1 iieit thin b-nly "That it Hie tor" mm t a' evprlastln.- irnts. alioai .Mr .mil the hnrsri' thai Iip was a man of f.nrinier" I.orlmer then look up l)l nll'-i" I llllallon of I .cp D'NpII llrown a I rtirallc miiiortlv leadpr "Hiiiwn n-n elecleil It-ailrr." il'l I Itner. "after a content Intlnin.' n . Iillter titan thai preceding tin- ..), ; of flutrtleiT. Not onp mini of t minority w i-vpr spaken to l ra. behalf of Atr Itroiwi l-never . " i sim-ii lnfliu-in-0 ihroiift't any oi n-r n. r- Sl.ll. 'The I'etieen faction li the I,ellalure did not aiipptrt llopkitta for Xi-u.Hor. If the llricen IVmwi f.illonpra lia.l ... I for llnpklil-. ti wool, I have reiflid n m.ilorlty and there would lime lipi n di.idlni't;. "Hvei-v Itpptiiili.-an niemlter of t'm lower House ivllh ttotn I am vippn.o.l lo Inve iMtliieiii'e voliil for Heaator Hopkins. All those from my Connri alon.il Mtlrl. I ,ite, f,,r Hopkins. "The I ruth takes awav Hip elinrap of oraanlalim imp Houae hi lnimer to dp lia' ll ipklin thtoiinh hip in,,. f onrk laiiteiii ttiPthods." Domln.itttl liy Dcnoen. Vailniis ballots taken by fie l.elal.i. tut nere Hlniyseil liy T mrl. sliau ihf doniuiallns; hand of iiov. Iienecn. Hopkins could have been elected on many of them, he said, lint for the de feption of Detteen's fnlloivxra. Weeks In- for neneen I I, fo oweps to coo. i...ii inn.. i nete iiisihi. 'Hun, wt-re i'hanpl on the day bpfoie the election, lie was told bv nearlv everv follower that his word hid been Riven to Lori mer. "And so 1il mi ii vnti, fr n. thhl do." tabl I.orlmer. "Tbosn who fo. lowed I ic iloxeiiioi-'s ndb-o a I the las! voted Lr Hopkins It was not n pro. Irncted llRht to dereit Hopkins, lie was beaten on the first day.' "Tl nest Ion then' was 'Whom can no eleet to lie Senile" I talked lltl. over with the (loveruor every week I wan In SprhiKlleld, I uruiil h'lm to be. eotne the canillilate. telllmr him ,e llev.il It would reunite our paitv. put aauii'lp. by fnelliitiiil clrlfe." All Othcra Rejected. I.jrlmer suld he favored the ele.-tlon of Oiclemtliy aM Riiei-essor to llnpkn lie related bis various, vniiferencei on the Mlbjei-:. lie told of (lov lleneeli's Ilnal u rusal In be ,i nindld lie w'leu be could luin been eleeled. Tills was done, he mil, I. to allow how the time was spent otherwise Clan li hiMli ItiK lo fleet I.orlmer." 1 "It wna after all tho oilier nam 4 had been lejfcliil." said liiliner. "t i.ii nt the iirm'nt leipn-st or llov. Deneen, I consented to liecmi,. oandldate. It was deelaioil that I was the onlv man who could afford to be flectod by the aid of I ii noi-iaitc voiis. "That Is the statement of fart That If Hie true hlslorv of 11 lotion u, hi- Stale or Illinois up to tills ixijnt i,m It s iow thai for lunuihs befoie I w.is eonjlirlm; u plans to make m In'ti. 'i man Hpenker and lolsl m.Vhelf'on t a! body as a iniiilliiiite lor Senator" I) pi...... i .... ... . II st'o tlmt I v is .llnnlly elected brlbltiK lealslators " y DOES "SOMETHING WRONG' AGAIN: CUTS AN ARTERY. (I'M Ib.-kert or Nil. ,'L'O Hast HiKlity. foart.i -.reel, win told I'm police of lite Ha: K.Kltt. -elKi.t't slice! station y(. tcnlay afternoon tlt.tr he had done something vvion but vvaHii'l quite sure what a was. and who wai lo.-ked up In the station house until he could k.m h beailni;'!, afti r lo i lice IndiilKene,. In laiuor, did sotneihltiR wroiiir again this iti.irnliiK. lie nit an artety In his left wiKt In an effot t to end tin life. Ho w is found In the basement of an mil p bulidlnn at No. Wall slrept, where hp 1p emploved a" a "I ill. unity etiKinpp When Keeker; entered tie K.i'ion ..onse )eHtci'da ne uittttereil; rtometiiiiiK wroim at home, old mm ' What's wronif?" asked the IIpiiK n.int "Da-iml it I ktiuvv," answered lle k crt. . , When u detective jjot to He, kef's house he loiind a Hole from .Mrs IliPk- ri whii-h read. "Dear Otto: Have drae Mniielhinif nronit. This should he the last time." "Well what nave you done''" lleckert was asKou. "Uetter ask hrr." replied lleckert. ". knows. I don't." Ile.kert went to work Inst nlKlit. Th.li, In a tit of temorso he cut his wrist. At llelbvue lloipital they said 11, ek,Tt w a ".in vv.iv. When .Mrs. ' her hut .. ui.rs at e sahf I ,,. .,1'nethi ii; i i;..i . s II, ' b,.,.n on a T.ia! s hi,. hole He.-kl ft I 1, -up- a: ill" i I ' h i ie I l h, h Wi . IW .tin -prie f t on1, It " MiKaarEa'ain5ssi Ihe Cherry Tree Episode vs jvli,tii;tiin . hatt'.i.t m. iiarp. I-' iw, tMrc v, ' ...t t ir.MK'i t'i' i inr mut strike Vi v t 'tu' ere he turn. it in,' ijms.farninK inuc lur vvliuii liu heart ycariit. fff irt enntlnueil r,ut knows no tlefcat, that your Worlil ads , lltrcaftir. "repeat " ' ad the w'c'k Like the pull nl an oir V M hasten your trip lo the cnvoteit snore si.vi:s-day wont.li ,ns. cm I.I.AST I'CK ISSEKTIO1' AND MlLTIl'l.Y UKSULTS : : : t : t THE LAND No. 11 GEORGE WASHINGTON. !rr-r fppui ii ii ur mi ' fi fckfcir -r ii ii ir L 4, ' M i , ' is rJ, THE The Story ot a Life Battle diptelizcd From EDWARD ShELDON'H .'. Successful Flay of the Same Name .'. (II) airatjEtmiDt vdt!i W A. llrad; ami i:j,tinl SIkMou). By Albert Payson Terhunc ll'oi.jrliW. inn. In the I'rrM I'llbllililni! Co. The Sr vii. World.) HYMll'SM up I'llKrblUXH I'HArrr.ll Ml,lia.. IIwjii. an i v Im rki'i'li'T. bai mUc I U thr t-talii basalln.' Iiiuiiii-; .ii a lU lake lirl ntv .iikI hat triisii alt ti h) Ul u-itu l.t eai-lojren. Aniatii! the vl.lliu. ..I la. tin iik-I.iI drib am Ilouii-r and Hanal l (IrUsul.l, father ami urn. ' ..... .it i..,..,. utii, i iii Hut lil. sltirr Knllv hat inct lliuaii ati.l I'm h tathf.r a.lmlret him. Sli- u lmrntlitl nt linrini uf tli in.ni t true i liars Irr ll.ii.iti uttin t, taie lirltwnM Ip iii I aukrni.t'')' aul iiri-,,ti In it turn far l.mil) hate! Ill tlLliriaae m w,.- If r tam.-r r.,t,tti - ,. hut .tliuilite" Hut ! tlnll I Hritin ile In nam ib. All.r I tip nitrrlit.' Iininhl In.-lli-t U,-l.'in't lilstn-r. I. ti ik. .V tiilar ihiiium i Ititian't bi.ittp iMi in ilUiniitiitn from the union. Ihltiin kli.H-kt lain -pntot. ... I,ut hat hirel) time la ilraic him o'i. t tl tn Utore tin- Ar.li- blahat arrives. Hit lira, e tnleiult t, tls'ik hi J matt luottititf el tl,, io,'.-' ll.liau. li pr.-ti-'i,l n,s tn thl, I, .tbMia.Ui lam. Ihnllr expo-i-t her huthati.la ilei-Phtia'i cjiaptj:r vii. Strong Arm of tha Chinch. fl I IO N undo an Impulsive tret- Tho lure I'" ilpthe Ills wife, but the Ar, 'ib,iMoi intervene., W int do, x (Ills mean, Mr- It, itmi"" he demanded, t- 1 -aid." she returned, sttll "ii ; bv that fame Irresistible lie lias lied lo yon, I'rii'ii start he aas deceived yut. II iarr.i'1 i i rii I'.' t IP very Wll. be ha not the slightest Inten 1 1 .Ml of lei Huh lo the strikers." "Doii'i oii listen to her, Pather," !enge.l Itogan. "nhe's out ot her head clem nuttv. She' "lie Is Just lighting for Htue," pur jttled Umlly. unheeding. "That Is what he wants TI.MK1 Ho knows If vou speak against him at to-night's meeting It will ukmii immediate vl.-lory for the strikers. If he can keep you from In dorsing Hie strike be eiin keep It drag glng along until he can get thotn two thousand urgioc sent up hunt from Al.ib.ri'.l lo take tho pla.'e of tho union I II wan a shrew, 1 guess, gleaned from het talk with Donald, ltet one glance a' it. -gall s suddenly ilutufoatidcd fac toid her sue was right Look at biiu. Your Otace!" she de. tii.iiiUi'd. 'The (tilth Is wrllte- In his I eyes that dare not mett yours." II ain't--I" -- blustered llenan; l.ut nls ga.e fell and his voice trailed away under the Ar.'hblshiip's search ins look Tin re was a tense silence. "Well." Inquired th Arahhlihop at last, "what have you lo say?" ' It's It alii t true," mumbled Itegan, "Mv wire's she's all vvtong about It. She don't know. I tell you I've had a change of heart, Your Cltace. Why, I feel a r every one of them poor Htif fertn' strikers was my own doar bro- I ther " "till, how dare yntt how DAItr. you I speak to ' panted P.nilly. "Your draco! Look there, In the next room-In his ' nlllepnnd you will seo how .Michael ltegan trentH his 'dear lirothcis.' The man you will find In there Is a striker ' who brought my hutlmnd tho union's i ultimatum tn-nleht. Clo and look at him' And then If yon ntUl believe Hut tho Ait'lihlshop was nlrisuly at the p-vsstrr-way le.ullng to tint olllce. He L'.m nriilo u fiitlb. furious elTort to Slav ! lilm. T in Arohblshnn vvave.l ltlm ashln Hid eulered tho olljce. Iteaan and Imilly, tensely waiting, heard his ejacu- latlon of itoriur at what he saw thv.ro. 1 OF MAKE - By BOSS Between Politics and Love nminint later he ivas back In the library. All doubt, nil geniality vvero """ rom the prelate's rtiKXed face. Ii ' aei llho Hint. And 111 It ltein.li re.nl , s fJWU f , ,j , , ma, ,, i,,,, "" "u iiiuuo one last i-llurt. Pather'" 1 ii ., , , ,. lauiti. ii4 picailed, wl.lnl inly. "Ihat was an accident. Honest, 'tuiisn't m.. that hit ltlm. fle feli Uown nil hv uiuifceii. in a lit. I tftiess. Why, he's one of my chums, I wouldn't a" hint lilm lor worliis. I -where uro you ftoln.' raHier'."' ho ndded anviouslj, as ills (Jmco moved unite edlm toward tho outer door. "I am Kolmr," retorted the .rcHi,uim coldly, "to St. .Mary'a II.ill. t(, a.1.1 that inass-meotlni;. 1 shall talk to tbeluay. whlte-faccl. big-eyed, trembllnR. cill.ens of this town aa pi lest haa ne'er '"lU was a side of Iter husbands before talked to them When ,,n character that Kmily had never lieforo tmiie, .'in-iiaii ncRan, you will stand exposed and helpl.s before tin. wholo VV'orl with no man left to tuivh your hand or wish you well AKaln tbn Aichblshop turned to go. lint lifRan caught his arm ami eiled: 1 cay. lour wi.ice. iidirt go doln' any. Milan llkf that! It's no way in treat no ..in 1 1 i.'iiu. i ipton t to.,iu to get you sore on me. Let's talk ( over, peai'iiioi.'-iiHe, an "t.et tne by! ordered Hie Arehhlshon n... ,i ,' . 'llop' shaking away (he delalnlng his arm. In a moment tleirnii'a nnn., ,.. . I'Ti'11"!!.;'!:!-!''"'' i . ;. .,. .. ""'l pente tighter trapped it. a corner Tin-ovtin.j- i,t,-..ir i ,r lie bailed the visitor's way. ,i , . . .-..in-, in oi ton ny mnrKeii let you by t. ii.-s.i... jii.i as poiiii as in. ii mass- as soon as that mass- tneetin' so mei'l is over. An' ii'it-onti-inlnut'" 1 ndefstand Michael!" g.uped llmlly, aghast. Hut the Archbishop allowed no slum of fell'. He gascd lit tho powerful, reckless man In bis pith as ho might have watched a child's pfforls to move a mnuntn'-i "Do you ie- I'y think." ho asked, In mild I'lirlosltv, "tli it 'on .an hold tne hero against my will'.'" "I don't THINK anything about II." snarled Itcgun, rurlonsly. "I KNOW! ...i' If you try to break away without my leave--why. off with that clorlcn! coat of yours, Terrv Sullivan, an' ve'!l sec If nil tho wtlnls on tho calendar cm save ye from a thrashln'!" At the Impious threat the Archbishop suddenle became transfigured. He was no longer a mero man, pleading for lei-low-men. He was the strong arm of toe Church; the prelate wlios.j high ulllm had been brulallv Insulted. "Down on your knees, Mlchnfl Hegan!" he thuiiileriHl. 'Down on your knees and as); forgiveness for your bins, ps' Have vim rniuotieii v,.,. phemles' nave ymt forgotten, you belllous child, that Ihe armies of the Lord protect Ills servants? Have you forgotten the mUhty Church standing forever llko u great rock against he puny waves of sin? Do you think a broken straw like yourself cun brouf Its power or change lia conrso from what was written In tho Hook of the Angels a million cars tigo?" Pnder tho torrent of iluhleous Indig nation .Mbhat'l llegau cowered like a O L henlen child, Tho fern less, brutal toug'.i trembled with dread, "I-I didn't mean nothing'. Your BELIEVE Eleanor Schorer Grace"' ho mumbled; "I I bes forslvs. ness I" "Did you thlna, a mortal llko your worthless ,ielf t-uuld stand alone and hake tho deep foundations of tho world?" demanded the Archbishop. "Out of my way. you presumptuous fool!" Ho strodo from the room. Jtcgan crltmed to one. lde, mutterltiK a pra-yer and covertly maklnB tho li?u of the cros ns the prelate swept past him. Hut the door had scarce danced shut behind the Archbishop when tha Boss's rase roi once more above, his terror. WheelltiK cn Umlly he snarled: "Oee. .oil did me , swell turn Just now. didn't you? Why. there ain't a woman In the l'ourtli Ward that'll (?o back on her own husband an' soak him like ou ao.iked me: rrouu oi yersen. uln't you"" Ho vvalkwl threateningly toward her, his fists clenched, his Jaw out-thrust, Physical fear of the hrtlto Krlpped her and Bite letrented a step. "It's time for you an' me to come to i .bow-down"' he went on. between his tooth. "Ain't I always treated you white? Ain't I always dono everything t thought would mnko n hit with you? in.it.-t I L-lve half my nlislness to your old man? Didn't I lilt you one of the llne.st houses In this town an' deposit a cool million plunks to yer credit In tho Ptrst National? Didn't I? Answer me, no loarea. im mil sun o,ieite-i seen. Sho tltlll Known ll e.i-ir.. r. it.nl heard of 111a brutal, homicidal rage and had sickened at tho hearing but hitherto he had loiinchisl nono ot his uncontrolled linger directly at her. 'Haven't 1 kept out of your way all I could'.'" ho plunged on, wildly. "Haven't 1 nlvviiVH sno.il;od Into my own house bv tho back doar an' always heat It whenever I heard you comln' near? I've Hied lo make jour llfo Just what I '" wanted It to u. . An what do I ,f.i b. return? I ley You wait till I'm I brc.athln' ''aid an serapplu' for ma I life with both hands-an tnen you dig !V,l!H,.n'V!'''n;a;b';i''Kmlly. "Oh. 1 dhln'tl I spoke out Just now to the i Al Cl,bl!,1,''.P '""i".11''.' ''"V1'!"'1 M,p I Jlccnti'sii I couldn't stand by and . ''" v" a, ain't i "Michael!" she. protested. "Now Is .i. i. .... t.. ii ,.ii na yoill niiiii'i' i" ....ipv w .... .. ..... : ,.n vi-i-." ! ".Mv chance!" scoffed llcgan, bitterly. I. .1 1'.... ..n. ..In. Tl ttn.S nweil i-ii.i.o-' . - .....t .. i.i.i, his grace on his way lo St. Mary's Hall this minute to talk ngiiliist me! Chance? I've gut no i haiu'C. All I've got Is a finish 1" "You llAVIl a chance," she persisted eigerly. "Don't let Ihe Archbishop turn the people against you. llefore ho can itet to the meeting solid word them by telephone that you will grant what tho strlkeis ,tsh-. "What (live In? Me? "Yes. Call up tho mass-meetlng. Tell them you have received the union's ultimatum an.l th.it you will yield to Its wishes." "I tell you," ho returned, doggedly. "I won't give In while I've got ono breath of life left." "You MPST!" she Insisted, fear swal lowed up In eagerness. "Michael, I'm ! not begging you to do this for .MY sake, Nor even Just for the sake of the men or to nleaso the Archbishop. I want , you to do it for your own gond-that's 1 all lust for yourown saltu. l an't you see what It means? It's only YOP I'm thinking of of you! Everything Is for you' Oh, Mlchncl, you must! Please! Please !" Do shook off the hand she had lall with iincotis.'lous appeal an his arm. "Not on sour life'" ho snapped, "Cllvo In? Let tlii-iu sconpets know they've ll.ked tun? Sayl What d'yo think 1 J am? Why, If 1 was to" . Thn telephone bell rang, ltegan sprang i so tho desk and snatchod up t no re- elver. I J"Hellol" ho called, hoartely ,rVho'i WALDORF GUEST PUNCHES WAITER FIGHTS PO jAUniiur W.in Starts l;xcilenient ollUge5l Me.lical Siipcrinieiul i by t pet'.in.i;- Table Hull of ' ont' iii stiuly European Ho;s- Dislies in Cafe. o ' 1 " ' " .... ... i Jo;, -.,t -. of .-.ittlv. ho since .Monday I,.. ln(vll(,il .,,,,.,,,.. itpib.y,,,. h.i o ipled a three-room suite at the,,. .. ,,. . ..,. v ahloi :-.vior:.i '.vn.i nit wne, iis a---rested In the hotel e,uly this inormni; by ?pe. !al Oftlccts Watson and II is'.l- S.lu and lorked up -liarsed with Intoxi cation, disorderly condui t and assault ing John Meyer, head waller at Hie Waldorf According to t.ic olllccr", Johnston wis j In the jO'.ltli eifo and neisan ny Ktio-K-1:1" down a table full tif dishes. The crash resounded throusli tint hutel. slarlllns many women. Johnston then ran to tho north cafe, whero .Mey.r tried to stop him. Remus, lie says, a' punch In Hio face. , Johnston was accompanied to thelfy,,,,, i;.r, to Unci liuspi-.al physh-lan of , station house by two trsends who re-1 ti,..,i the.r names, llolh were pros-1 jicrous looklne Johnston protested vigorously whin I.Ieut. Thurston ordered thu oftlceis to scar'li him. He Is nearly six feet in hcltrlit and welshs SSJ pounds. I lo fought tao policeman and the station housa was In an uproar. He tlnevv oft the pollceinen. but was finally per suaded to permit himself to be searched. Jle would not Rlw his first name, but his companions said he was a mining man nnd worth half a million. "If this thltiRK Is a matter of sjoney," Johnson said, "I can tlx It up. I've sot plenty." Tho policemen found a heavy gold card case, a diamond studded gold watch, a gold match caao and HI In cash. Johnston was locked up. Lieut. Thurs ton told It s companions that if they came back after a reafonaole t ue the, co.ild ball him out. L FATAL TO FOUR .siwuil to The r.tcnlcs World 1 MOXTIC'i:W.O, N. Y.. i'eh. .- Drinking wood alcohol ns a beverage in tho belief that It was grain alcohol caused the death of four people nt Horton, Sullivan County yesterday, as was ascertained by a Coroner's Jury to-day. The residents In the district back from the rallroao near Horton nre accustomed to use diluted grain alcohol as a substitute for whiskey. They say that It is iheapcr and far more votont In arousing mutual en thusiasm at parties. Thomas Harvey and his wife returned from Cooley's, -where they had Ibecn visiting friends on -Monday. T.iey were met at l'arksvlllo by Mrs. llurvcy's father, James Kelly, wno bought a bottle of alcohol at a I'arltsvllle store with which to eelebnito tto family re union. , On their arrival nt Horton most of the fjmllv took b!c drinks from the bottle nnd Immediately becamn 111. The Kelly home is two ntllea from tno nearest f.irmhouse uiitl has, no telephone. Lato In the ufternoon a neighbor found James, Kelly, his son Thomas, Tiiomas ietiy a wife, nnd Thomas Harvey all dead on the floor of the living room of tho housu nnd Mrs. Haryey barely alive. County Physician suiiivan or uncro wns summoned and from .Mrs. Harvey, who had partially recovered he learned that the alcohol had been bought at Parksvllle. There was no laoei rm me bottle. Mrs. Harvey said that sho had poured out but a very small uring ror herself and that she attributed her et- cape to that fact. Monument tn .lerterson tin vis. NP.W ((HI. HANS, I'ob, 2L'.-New- Or leans to-day unveiled n monument to Jefferson Davis on the boulevard re cently honored with his name. , shaft of granite supports a bronze figure of Davis. A pk-tiiresrU feature of the un veiling was tho forma Hon of a living Confederate Hag by tho school chil dren. The principal nddrisa was deliv ered liy fien. Hennclt H. YO'ins of Dntrl.s. vllle, icy. that? Oh! Potky? Glials hat : f he Archbishop's speukltr. is lie.- i eiiin- 'em never to work for me again, an - Say! What's al: mat r.icKnt? Thiy'ra cheerln' ltlm! Aw. to blazes with him an' their,! too'" ho broke off. Insane with rage, hurling tho telephone to the floor, Wheeling about, peeking for .same 'v- Ing object on which he might vent hit fury, his bloodshot eyes fell on Hmlly. "Well'" he howled, "you've dono It this time! You've dono tho trick all right! Now lnugh nt me an' say you're glad you vo ruineil tne. i.augu: oav. why don't you laugh? I'm just wauin for that laugh. You think I'm all In. tin you? You think they've smashed ine-thetn and vou' Hut V"' "'rnn": D'ye hear? I'll heat "cm yet' I 11 he t en, vet. I tel' yon' 1'DI. Hi: VT KM yp.T!" (Tn He Continued ) SEASON END SALE OVERCOATS Ml (hit aeaann's alnrki - ., vnliies piiikIhk (mm X 4h ia.ri( t.i HlholO. . u Blue Serge Suits (liinrnnteeil nil wool A mill m id proof I a - M ;..,.i ...In Ml .1.1111 Vttid v...i- n 11. Nniip to llrnlers. New York's Best Credit Store a West lith Street orrosirr. -mi hrnKKi ktoiuc. WOOD AL HO REUNION DRINKS w T OR. SMITH LEAVES 8ELLEVUE TO GO piials Before Taking Position. -ti,. witif.ir.l iipi-vv Smlti . i o voitnir- el ipi'ilnifrideni of the .l.iims Hopkins II -i.ll.il al tl.iltiuioie. ii ml will lake ,j;i ,,s ne,v dilllos t'ept. I t Al a special tr.et'tliiK or tie P.pIIpv-iip tr.itees yeslpNlliv iifteinnon Dr. Smith's teli!iia:lon wa act opted. It I" !' lake effect June 1. on w nidi diy he 'vlll sail rot Ktirope to study hospitals there Im- r.ire l.e takes .tinrue at lo'ms iiopams. Dr Sntlllt Is Ihlrtv-tour vents old atid was antdiiated frrtm the titedb-al s'.liool of .lohtis Ilopkl'je fnlversltv In 1!0. lie was born In Westlirook, .Mis. and was itltratisl at Howdoln. Prom 1;I .. . . resident jviiecolo--tl of I ,.tk,q,,e Hospital at I'levelalid. I the Health Deiiailinent of N'ew Vot-k. i liel'ic asjUned lo tin' I'ont.iKloiis Dos-' filt.il III llrooklyn: from 1; to hr incdlMl superintendent of the Wild wood cintiltorltiui and Ilartfoul llo-;.:.il al Hartford, Conn., and I'eb. I, l:r.i. he was made medical superintendent ' itellev ie. Ills predecessor was 1 1 Samuel T. Armstrong, who resintml ti take . h.irge of a private . ospltal wli..-n he owns. Only One Before Him. Dr. Smith Is to succeed Dr. Henry M Hunt, tho first and only medical super intendent Johns Hopkins Hospital has had since It was founded t w cnty-Ilve ! TO JOHNS HOPKINS years opto. I'r. Iltinl has been In Instl-1""' tutlonal life for abou: fintv ears ami was In eharj.i of two hospitals for the insane In the West before gilng to Johns Hopkiiis. Dr. Hllrd will no retained ns secret.tr of the Hoard of Trustees n'ter Sept. 1 and will also servo as, advlior-lii-general to the board and tho hojpltal authori ties, lie Is cJltor of the Journal ot Psy chiatry. Dr. "--.i tilth wa greatly surprised to-day when told that the news of his appoint ment to Johns Hopkins had heeu given out at Haltlmore ye-terday. He said tho otllcl.il announcement would be made Co-day during tho commemoration exer cises at the hospital. Ills salary at llellevuo Is J0,'1 a year and wilt be In the neighborhood of that llgure In !.! new place. Dr. Smith Is married and lives at No. 53 West Kleventh street. His successor at llellevuo has not hepn chosen. Dr. (leorge U'llattlon Is asslMant medical superintendent. JAMES M'KEEN DEAD. Wns Asslalnnt to HiiRbes In Insur ance I n v est IkiiIIoii. James JtcKeen, a well-known lawyer, an Assistant Corporation Counsel In Lie administration of Mayor Low an.l for many years general counsel of tile Mu tual I.lfe Insurance Company, died to day at his home. No. 5s Clark street, llrooklyn, after a brief Illness. He Is hot remembeied for his work In tho legislative Insurance Investigation, when he, acted as assistant to JustUo Charles K. Hughes. Ir. MeKcen wan horn In Maine and was graduated -fioin Howdoln College, of which tils grandfather was at one time president. Although n resident f New Ynrk from his youth, he never lost Interest In his native State nnd spent oh much of his spare time there as pos. sible. He owned Jowell s Island In Cas co Hay and was a trustee of Howdoln Air. AliiKeen Is aurvlvefl Tjy ins wile nnd three daughters. Ono of tho daugh ters has been admitted to the bar nnd practised law In partnership with her father. French ftoclrty to lvr Hall. Elaborate preparations, uro being made for the annual ball of the, French Hcncvolent Society, la. Concorde, to bo huh) at Murray itlll Lyceum, Thirty fourth street, near Third avenue, on March I. The committee, with 1 Prltz ns pr'Hldent, and C. Stouppe ns secretary, are leaving no stono tin turned to mnko t nls affair u grand success, both socially and financially. The music will be furnished by l;d ouard Itafer. 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Broauijrn. 01'.N b.VXUIlOJ.1 EVENIMOI. 1 BROOKLYN CLAN-NA-GAEL ARRANGES BIG CONCERT. Cjreat Proiiramme of Irish Wuic for Anniwisary of KubiTt I:iiuuet. , A Une prosiam of Irish iiniJc has been arranscd '. the llnuklva Hbd tjjeehs t'lan-na-liael t i "oi.l.e. tutl wi"i thel Itobcrt limine! n.ihlvirsary mtetliirf to b. held S,untln evenln?. .M.ir.-h at tho N'e'v Montault Thcalre, Hanover pI.Il'c, noar ,1'ulton stieet, , lll-aok'J IJ. Mls I'atherlne .M. Iltissell, soprano, directress of the ' t'limana' Ceoll llrIi . smiting soi lety) and loeuunlzcd for hci" lii,terpietatlons ot the trl itly national Irish airs, will rIvc several scle'toils, rin.l .Mis. William II. Deune. k.'ild to io the peer of the great .Miss Nardil, will slnrj the sours of Moore and l.iv!r( .minim 'hem 'Ke'nem'.ier tho vllurles," and "The Ansel's Whisper" OeorRu I'ot-t-r, ha.ttci ,uid olreachtas prize winner, heller known to (ladle I.eaRUrrji sjs "I'lach tin Hrnln," will sine l Clncllc. 1'feil llalnlte will sin? the llasslr "P.iulln" and William P. Hooley will he ncard In "The .Memory of tho Dead," and 'lia nt ry Iliy." The .it a tor of the ovenlnp will bo Thomas (arnin.ly, Attorney-der.erat it New Vork, .vho will ilcfend the IdeJs fur vhlcli Hinniet died. .In'in It. Mr Oooey of Kl iss County wll. bo Hie pro .bllnif olllcer The coninltlee announ 'e that the bit otlb e at the Moira.k Tnctlre It open dally. Mr Clitirtes 'I'. - erl.es HI. T. Varkr-, w ilowr of trie i...l .i.lioad lii'ltlei. hai lice I f .i' a week fro. n zr p. To- Mis. "1'i.in. ler .s.'rej.is.y a lay t w . saol r 't was still In danser. A Reasonable Plea For the Stomach If YourS'tomachisLjcking in Digestive Power.Wliy Not Help the Stomach Do Its Work Especially When It Costs Nothing To Try? .Vet tt!i tlrtu. but 'villi a rritJ ir.emsnt ftf lljcrttirr aecnti, audi ai air mutually at viork In ,,f"""'"' s-.-ttmifl-atialj-i- ah.rai that dlif- 'ru- ' ""' ., :, ' 111? r-rmt.-.n r.f lijilroclilflrnt ail,I. W'Utn joiir foal fillt ti digest. It It proof roiitltf tint im.i nf t lie-.' itt.itt art li.-tlnj In jour dl:rttlte trvr alu, Muart'a Pr ila Tahlttt ronlaln nMliliut lit Uif.e naliintl rlpmeata lifrrsvvrj to illceitlna. and s-tirn t'1trp.t at snrk hi the wrak itnmich ant .mall iutrttinra aupi.lr "hat tltttt- ergant nerd. Tlicr ttfuititate tlio cattrlc clau.1t and gradually hriiit tl" ihoatlir urjini back to their oormil Icoiilitinn. Stuart's Iij-speinU Tablet! litre brea iiiblectft trt critical clamlral tettt st 1kiip aud abms.l anl are found to t-mitaln nuthlnit but natural dUfstlfd. Clirmlcal Ihoraterr. Tf!raithlc aklrett, Ihffinilo." tnjn. Tflei.'ione No. lHXTt Cralral. sn t'ulluw .St.. rttwlnirtli St., E. IJ. IinJou. ti'Ji Ana., VMA. I hart analrret ratt rarrfnllr a tioi of Htutrt'a Hrtprida Tatlrta (sklch I houelit mrxlf at a rity chcinist'a ahop fur the tmrir). niaDtifacturtit by the P. A. Sluant Co., i! cliikmnill Koul, ftmlcin, K (.'., stl hut to rs(Mjrt that 1 ctonot find any trace uf Trtetaole nr tnlntrtl poitont. Knowing the InKTollcnts of the tib'.eti, 1 am of opinion that they are Admirably a !.vptable for tha purpose for uhlcli U117 art lnltnlid. ISlEDFl.) John n. Ilrovke. F. I. C. P. C. I. There la no aeoret In the pr?rillon of Stuart't IIK"-'.U Tahlrts. Their com:n4Uoa It Pint. raonlT knotrn imotj phyalelini, at Ii shonn by the recfirnmrrsUtlona ot -iO.tsK) licmsr-l ii!iji(c1iiii In the united StAles and Caruila. They tn ik mott lar.nilar of all remeJIra for IndUettlon, dre f,ia, s-attT Ims'i, tnaomnla, kti uf appetite. rmlancholw. conatiiauon, ararniery ana undre I Jiipits nrlcinatlng from lmr.rn.ier dlaaoltitlon anl Mimilatlen foo.Ii, Is-oa ito they arc thorouitily telvl.le and hirralfst to nun or child. Stitart'a l,jv.ila Tablet! are at one a nfe and a i.merful remnly, one train U these tablet! brine atror.fi tnongh (by test) to dUest 3,0oil sralM of itmk, ei anl oUiet fooda. Stuart'i liittciAU TaaleU 1U must rout root for y'i slien your stomach can't. Atk yo'ir ilntsvltt for a flfur cent puloat or send tn ui direct for a free trtsl aajnple package and you trill he a-jrprlaed at rhe retult. K. A. Muart Co.. ISO Stuart llldg.. .va-hill. Mich. T( SONG Of j Whtre's the man who wants to argue 'llout who's who and what In sport? I will quote him names, dates, records, 'Till he cannot make retort. 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