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Oil.?TWELVE PAGE?S. * l?IMC 'E OM?. <IA! n.mm.i? rgocfam
EIS S?fflME?If" 10
Miss Elisabeth Freeman Says
Women Must Hurl Stones
to Win the Ballot.
Declares They Proved They Could
Hu London Window?, nnd In
surance Companies Are Now
Suing Governn*
rowing -?
;ik<? their Engliah slaters, hit every win
?h- i ariah houae oi th? Chui
slon. Fifth ?vent ? and '?
brick throwing mod
lied i?, bring
Her declaration r,? ?? ?
? only
front th?- manv suffi '? but
man] rnan as w?ll. Although Mr-.
h. a laxvycr .
'taf^tte lpa?lfr. xxas th? of th??
DC, having : trio pulpit in
g m the parish hat
lied off xvith the honors,
t..m the l
?-ption ah?
. who was an Inten
? iii? diacusston m< etlni
pqt by a ? .'une- man - H
iront ?n regard to bi-k* throwing
Do yotj think u will be nee?
???men in ( ' ry to adoi
'artics of the militant suffi
? g] md In or
Mrs Pin? h said tl n**1??
had uk< n part In th? English ?uf
that Miss Preen i
qiMsUeti Mlsi ?
rig vole?
? ?
- si
111 t'
1 UTCh
.i and
I ? v.
? ? ?
? ?
;ng ;?
... : ,.
I I ?
not a
? ?
? ? m?- n,
? h
th. hou Id? li.?
Qwitn Castlr, Btlder-Otmptter
taan fo-fll Ma'* Companies.
I" t was
.i th.- Union
? combined t? I
-naieho i
'i.ii' Company and the I
i< .-Il the
h.- Union -<?;?.?.th- h
il ?M?;.'.'?,
m I ! to i'??1,.
?f the
. in
bul th?
:.;. i,<i. build .?
whi.l. m tiro? ?
, in malls
Acceptable Cro.st nag P ?
Ht ?
Counsel for the Defense
P\ M<irv Raymond Sh.pm.in And?-c?\<;
A strongly dramatic talp of a
murder trial. wth Abraham
Lincoln as tic central figure.
The great conwioncf shown
as i self-sacrificiriR lawyer m
next Sunday S Magazine of the
New-York Tribune
Ranker Getting Weaker Day by j
Day in Fort McPherson
i Report Sent to Washington Said
to State That Any Clemency
Must Come Soon or
Not at All.
I rapt?, ta Th?1 Trlhurv 1
Atlant '? 17 Growlne weaker day
b\ da ' irltSS \V Mor?". o..n\ I?rted
? -. now nn Inmate of th.- post hos
tcFheraon, takon there on
account of hla health, is living In hop?*?
lout Tnft ??in acl Bants Clans
preaentine; him with a pardon
I ?ist ?nap
Physli Inns and nurses who have been
illy studying his condition ever
.i t.. the arm) -
frnm the federal prison havo
about Agreed that there is no hope for
iro. no i?m_- as bo is fretted i>? the
though! that hr is a prisoner for a term
(laya ago t he report upon
??.huh will depend the llbertj oi longer
? - ent of the banker was ordered
bj the Department of Justice It ??as
to official regulation?, it
--. i?l
Muro? la now under tha direction of
. : He Is a
of tbo IVpartm--rif of Justice, but
h an army reeervatlon, and s?i is
looked after by tl.al department,
order ?ram? from the Depart?
id to be transmitted
? War and th*?n son?
: \ ? ' ? ? ? ? has completed
on tb. condition of the
. . ?i-1 h I to Ket \vp|1.
, r.n-i .?ri Saturday ruehed II i.ark ti?
?' lo the Department of war.
n arm wanted by tb?-- Attorney ew>n??rHi
>? th? 20th -?? ''?a? bo coiiii] pans upon
ngton f< r ? trip
<? n h<m ...it of the city for
. iu believed he ??i'l pas*
?.ri it -ii Tuesday or Wednesday an-l
Prei ;- ? * a 111 make Vi i ?- d?
a ond of thr -".?-ok
Bed lo glv? out the
? ( port, prefei ring that it
lahlngton. The rrtat? snl
rrounded by the strictearl
understood, however, that
m rep? ? will show that afora? can
over, and that th*? Prest?
will be Informed that if !k wishes
to .1" anything for Morse ho must do It
[ be too late t.. ben?
? i
Mon k ? is onnfid'n? of s pardon,
f hla 1 mlly are equally
" | -, Mora? may to a de?
rer, be win never i*??** h roaiiv
1 > , ntroke of paralysis n hlch
making Itself more evl
'? - tald that Morse
- I t all the doctora
I oi thla diagnosis For
after he ??-?-tit t.. Fort M? -
? .i i lui Ing the laat
few d grow in_
' ? th? physli tans found
H v ? I to i??-1- i la limbs warm.
It *# ? ? ?. he I? ft ths
?'. del : - ison.
iffected bj tha
. ondltton thai
? n In bed all Runday, and foi
tho fli ? . the - sme to Atlanta
a*ai unable to ?isit
Woman. Enthused by "Holy Roll
Drowns in River.
' ? i-. ? i ; \it.. attending .1
H I eetiiig last night m n
oman became bo
Imbu? ? -, 1?,., ?hal she
uuld ?? nil 01 ii.' water.
h ? ? ' ? h? r until ' bj
. to ? "II? ill' ? hei
led tlmi
1 1 In?
' m??inlng i- ?? \|,. Tharpe
.1 IiIin k dletant, . 1.? Ing
1 - - v ? ? ? at? r Reaching
? ' ' ?> n h< 1 i..- ? and
th? l? Hhe
? < m fill ami
ere? 1 min- \
. o
? ... 1 ?ma attra? t? d
l?y her cd inr tu the rlvei
tal 11..11 t.. walk
..ii wafer, bul ? nable 1?. prev? nl
..HI I 1. ,s.
Succumbed on Eve of Durbar?
News Withheld from King.
?.. ., 1, who ?
1 ? .-. otlni ? I ?
. arturel
..i N< pal
1 ?t
? ?
? , 01 1 nlni
11 tu fulfil ' ?
?im g. ?[ni
Ceremony lakes Place at Ro??
gate. Near London, Friends
Subscribing as Witnesses.
Mrs. Margaret Emerson, Mother
of Bride. Receives Cable Dis?
patch Confirming Fact- Both
Previously Divorced.
London, Dot IT tlfr?*d Gw: ? Van
II and Mrs. Smith Holllns M Kim.
. i i ?m< rson, of
Baltimore were m
some twentj - om here, si 1
o'clock this afternoon the banns having
. ,. mi .-.I in ti. istomarj
The ' ? Ethel Mi
Corma? k i tep sister of the bride; J T
Langt on, Ro? C Gaffer and Walter
. Ware. The brld woi a simple
: Mr Mi Kim were
married bj llcenae In t] ' of the
District H Mrs Me?
in the certifi?
cate .is twentj sei ? n, ha ? tld? d for
the last yeat in the little vlllagi of
Betchworth, ? i i: it? Both |
an ;\ ed bj mot? ? ' ."anderblll and
his fri?^ti?ls flrst, quickly followed by the
i.ri.ic. ?.?.ho ? : Betcht
Tho c?*remonj wat I - d bj P C.
Morrison, Sut.? rlnl Irar, as?
sist..] by J. R. H iRi ftstrar
Mr. Vanderbill d
Gloucester Rouse, Park Lane, and was
tics? rih.-.i as being ol Independent
mean? I ? 901 ??' f'ornellus Vand? rl lit.
Ident of rail?.?, ijra deceased
The party returned to Betchworth for
ihc v?. fil?-iiiier breakfi t ro
; In automobiles tti London foi i
Informal rec? ptloi si f?l< tuceater 11
Mr and Mi rbilt left iter for th?
Continent \i las Me? 'ormlcl Id that.
r-);ilis loj tht hot?. J n
rtl? to th? ? had to ar?
range for ftp? to aai " the
? ? ' plac. s.i da
m Tels?
Bal! Iraoi >. i '? ? 1? -M . i ? i. ,i m \i
fr.ii Vanderbill a! Reigat? Surre . Kng
land. Lov? Margarel
Thlt cable dis] eceh ed i bis
aft? i noon b < '?? ptaln li . E i !m<
th<? millionaire drug mai hotri
?nd . lubma n, ' ven hit daught? r
? i ret Em? raon McK Im, who
??iiiifii n divorce from Oft, Holling Me?
Kim. g prominent sr.ro t- man of Baltt?
more, In Angus! Isari g? u I ?rtmUsr
cabl? dlapati li
hour this Hft'-nioot. bj Mrs. Bsnllle Km
erson, the brld? who >obi
a ili? >.i <<? fr-.tn i ' ? ntatn I m? i !
The fal h? r reeei? ed i he wee s -it i is
new horn? Iir< nd ? h< *?
est?t? of th? 1st? Mri Csrroll Brown,
\. ?? x .,f k. ?a hieh h? recentl? hough!
from th? ?
ri., up,i her received tht
th? I mi ' ton Hi-Hi- Ion In 1 w ]
?i i Miiifi Hill Park,
whlcti t*h< ? . .Hi'l
-? i ? h. undei tl.f tht ?i
th? prop? !r F Mm n?
Th. lattei ge? med pleased to
marriage, and rapt asid h?
mus both Burpi Is?
announcement Th?
qualnted a 11 it Mi "? i ?? ho h ib
li?-. n his gui t on tl
Mrs. Em?
she had know i
soin.- time, bul did not Ihlna II
- i
l oi sei eral
\ fred i. I ind? rblli and Mi Smith
Hollint McKim Lu ?
elated. *.i variou? time? 11 ?
the} s .i, Bool to b? Mr. Van
derbilt, who la accounted ih< rl< h? I
i he ) ounger sei ol million
ii, 1877. He m?o i Ited 11 om hl fath?:
n 1899 ?j fort un? ? Btim it? |?J0 900 ?
??i'?i md la'o ? . .?i ? later mai
i i
Hoi ses foi mod t In ? in. - i
, -m m i., ? niter Ins
marriag? He i ? ? i li? prl
promoter? ol i h? Hors? Hhoxx
I? adlng pi lae a Inn? i In 111 \" ,? be
came Involved
v,, - Plot*? n< e fl Virginia, xvli.i
? n.i follow? i I h? * and
. t i .....i..ii
led Wilson foi $100.000
for brea? h of pi oml ? i o mai i . but the
. pned
Following ? ? ?
ii, March, 1908 oft tin \ mid? rblli p|ac?
n, Nee :... ? -1 iv II i,, i i .
n gi and m S? pt? o,,,, r ,,i thai i u
,i ore? ? ? ?.t h th. N,..\
Vol h . "Oll t-. tht'll OH W lii..HO n, ?n
Vand? t. ????i " -i lisil, r? malnlng I i
th. mother's can It v i the
t mi., thai Mr. Vand? | ?><?<
?HHi mi nit forn ? r
?| he name ol Mm? Mai I
<i \ oi. ed n Ife - Ruis, a foi m? t
m. ini.-i ..i n.? ' Legra!
n,clou, was m? nil?n. ?I m the trial oi
Hi?- -n i Mi H - ? ommltted :
In London In th? aprini ol I)
-. i...! Hui/, v. -,., ?vuj : , pai i .
: m. i lid i h.ii hit f? ; m. i- .. |f< i,,, i
kill? d hersell ? ,.i Mi
1*111 'a n?glet t I mud?
i" '"' h ii ii? ,|. ,,,,(
?I was sai,i thai in this , ..in,, . ||(1,
,ll ,. -
'I I.
i,n- both wh? i i
.m ih ii
Kim, aloi ? w.,,ii.i .
lier In ! ? . .. ntu?
. m, rl?
join? 'i li? tl ul Mi
or tht ti
? ?
, . . ton ihc ?1 ...
un. of Huh
, known ?"? "i m thai . itj si th?
oi h t marri ig .,. loirj to Di
( ""[""o '.n., t, ...
i indi- wetMIng look place al Rrigate, England .??? it??nia* In lito i?i*-wi.f s ?*<
Farmers Make Holiday, Many
Arriving at Daybreak with
Picnic Baskets.
Sheriff and Twelve Deputies
Keep Crowd in Check Many
Women Faint ? Another
Suspect, Arrested
Ti.??. N y i to.- it The laat m eue in
Bloomingrove tragedy wi
tins afternoon ??hen the bodies of Mrs
Morn?-i. her son Arthur snd two
. Edit h and Blan? he, v,h.. were
murd? i--.' Tu? ads ! .n pi ? aumably bj
? o Italian farm hand employed bj them,
lid -i reel i We b? ild? In the ii?
11? 11.. Preeal ? lile
Although the i.i for ihe funeral ??as
12 " - i"- k. It wai ?la- tight ** heu
th? peopl? began to arrive ai the farm
house, and bj 10.o'clock ever) toad ie.-.,|
inc to the -..n? >?f the murder ??a? con
i ??itli automQbllea and vehicles of
nil kinds and p?**deotriatif N? U;30
o'clock ?h^-rfi ?pre mors than fi?p thou
?ai..i persona congregated about the
botosa oc nsorbtdly exploring t*1(> barn
?i".rf. the bodiec ?rere found on m erin**?*
nlghi Many oi the crowd brought
ha kets filled ?sith food with them, an.)
?h. acene look on th? sppearance "f a.
farmers' punir.
.. 11:30 o'clock th? <
Mr. Flo? kef? llei ??<pp? ai ed at th-?
11... i o....) of t?o i,..us. a hi? h had been
kepi ?e? urely lo? ! i d and anno
that ail ??ho ?jviahed might view the
bodies. There was a wild rush, bti1
sheriff Cottrell was then with -? ?
deputies, and compelled ths eagei gpei
tatora l- line up In an oi d? rlj mai n?**.
I ? ? .'iins and ?."t through i be
rear ?loot The bodies wert laid out in
id. ?parlor, thai if the sun, Arthur, :n
;-ii ...ik coffin and ti?"s?- of his mother
.iii?i t??.. Bieten in white onoa rher?
?. ,-is a prolusion ol Ho? n( by
neighbora and friends f"i miles around.
Crfwd Files by Coffin?*.
-,,i two houra i he i roe d filed i hrough
the looms .-.till then the doors wer? or
- .| imi ii required th? ? om
:,m..i. ol Hi? Hherlft and
. n ?a-dat? d b a number ?.f
alutfi\ f..i m- ra, t.. keep in? k Ihoe?
had n?.' ? lea ? ??! Ihe bodi? i nd **eri
...... >o. deaplti i '.n
m,mil of the Sheriff to K?-?-i? back. In th? '
-.? i. fainted an
...i and gr?a! ? onfualon foll?n ? d
?. i. . onducted i>v the Rev. .lohn Bulnea, i
r of the Bloomingrove Reformed
t'hurch, - ? - hich i In four m in
i., i s ..f i h< Morner tamil* had been
\ quai tel rendet ? ?i api
. ? rtlona and ihe minist? ;? in hia '
i - .
.i ging hli hear? n to be read? foi su.j
don death At the clone nt
th? paatoi i-ii.i man; ??
. rj . . it .! ii.. ? 'hrialI m i .ml. a? or
diction lh< two glrli having Mm -l
..r_.i?i|/;itioll .ill It .. ?? '''k Bg.
?la; .
Pour hearses bore llu bodlea l?
i met? i . followed bj a 11 * d The
t the gi ? ere simple, The
quartet Bang 't-ead Klndl* Light," and
mli ' ? .-r the ritual ,\.s the
.ii. ??? i. lowered into the gi 11 es m? n
a m. n sobbed aloud and low I
? ,.i.. o threat ? Uh murder? i
-,' ere heard
i "n ing r - er vivra
.?,... i su. i:, ??uh William T Power?, fin
Ini . gpert ti om the Btat? Pi laon
l Mm 11 m. ni re-examined th? > ???? atable,
_n?ii i n. ath H" "-"'i ?n ??? in- ii the foui ?
.lit , . re f??und Mr P?i? <
in,,,. Ii wan wh
hell? ved to lie the prlnl ol ? blood) fin
?-,??1 From an examination ol tin*? and
. hat? m i -nit ?? in. i
t he m.n dei - w ere committed M i Pot*
oh . a pel !?-.-i finger line ?
.,..-. i iptlon i hut . .?u i.. ii-.-.i poaltivel*?
t,, identif.? i Ik guilt] person or i eraona
\',.i th ida'ma, Maaa , Pe IT Mis ap? ,
? i Ing thai hi Ii id walked
., loni dlati f- ? und hit 11 ..ak.-.i
h the rain ol Ihe luat feu daya, an
it 111 i, a i ..-? dee? rlption ti lllea ?? it h
: i ,,i , f Kda ..ni I ii.ti.iio, i he i..m
aoughi i.tine 'lion with - hs mu? ?i- r of
four members ol the Morner m n
11,- Preeot?! Hie, N > last 1 ?? - -
i '.Ills
'. n railroad si itlon
? -u i? in?: quest loi
ild i h .t hi had walked from M<
. h.,m, s\ HI.- N Y Al : i I 'n ???? -I In
\\ .is ? 'II.II I. . .?III. !".! I.i i
tntonl i ? ' t? Although
ndmiitli thai hi had Ik i In Tru ,
, i ? ? 111 hs denied thai hi ?? is In I
Mban) I'linu; the ? ? Hoi
i . i.i? ? mi. ? ? i .. ? onflli tniK .
nu uto.
British Owners Not to Meet Me
us Was Planned.
, . .
London. Dec IT. The situation In fli
...;, i trad? h? i ? mu -h anxletj
and the hopea ol a peaceful settlemen
,,?? the dilfei enc? a between th?
end th? "i n< i which t ? eentl? ha? <? i.
, ni. rtalned si ? laid to he premature
Th" great point si issue In all th
mining an i? la th? minimum w ag? an
th.. s?-! loug vl? ? not t- k< i 'he oui
, orne of th? d? i Islon t?1 th? m ist? ? n<i
to meet th? men In conferen<*e ?.?-mor
ros. a rig Inally plann? d
Bor-tnn Lecturer Sav<" Wer SHr?
tion Excells Mans.
Boston. Dot IT Woggtsn should r>rr
r?os?- iiiariiaKf. aocordlrtg i" ?he bell?
.-t,r.-.?-?? .i by George wiim- ???o?-.
urar, ?l the Boston gclsssl ?J B?*ast?l
ro .
g*?? not ? ii no! <????-? ntl.'!
quality,** Im assert?***] to-?lay, "but
ti,. result of te?ehlng
? "t ap| ?arg to be getting
tlon than man, and th? ould b
, oU to select * helpm ite mor?
gentlj than a man.
"8h< " taking tin Inll lai Ive ii I
and In pol?tica and th? time ig comini
when - ' should also tak? il In
Marrlagt 9 will bt happi? r s h? n i
do i h< ' (Mirtlng."
Germans Accuse England of De
signs on Wilhelmshaven.
Cologne rv, it. rh? "Rhentah Weal
", Zeitung" publishes th?- si
all fed ii ? ? g plan on th?
I.in oi '..-.-.it Britain lo blow up w'ii
helmahav? n Thg ' Zeitung pi
to l,..- ? received its Information
? ; t Informed officials, x* h?
-, id thai tht postal authorities, be? om
ixspictous of ;. peated mon? - ord? ? -
In '?? deck < "!< ?n?) chief mat? a
'? i ome ol t he lett? ra i sssing
. i rough i lo postal depai ? m? nl Th? -?
->how?Ml that th? plan-- to the enti
... ? he Wllhelmsht si wai bai bor
ana of I
th? - intents ? ( i!i?' secrel cod? i.
been betrayed i" the British Admirait*
'iii. pant t point ou! i hai a Ith
Information ;?? its- command Great Brii
inn could bloa up the entrance? t.. th?
war harbor a! ans decisive mom? nt, r? n
tig the bailor utterly useleae and
Germans si the very beginning of war
helpless to <h fend h? rs< If al sag
r?. prevent the threatened ?lancer, the
'Zeitung" continu..--. ,. German squad?
ron remained for weeks on patrol d
Recent am? ng i hi Em
r '.a t n.. Mlntstei ? - Marine, the Chl I
? \ Imiralti ??? ifl md 11
t Msrin? i " partm? til d? -tit ? H h this
London De? IT. Th? itorj thai the
Britlah ?.dmlraltj h ed i lana of
the locks gnd ?rater gupply end ? i
rrei aignal code? oi Wilhelmshav?*n, With
? , id? ? pnt of war ol blow li .
the ha i bor ni rant ?
un the German Rest, is regarded hen ai
i m< ' ' romance
it is fui ih. r sll?aged thai lo si old 'I" -
su|i|i..s..ii danger the f?erman fleet k.-. :
for w o? ka lo the op? n .-? a during the re
.???nt crisis These stories sre supposed
in have been betraj ed bj ? ?' i mi :
o the Rh? in-ii Wesiphallan '/??
lung.' which ih Btrongl) antl-Britlalj
gan of the war material 11 gdt
? -
Hear Catholicity of Religion Discussed
.- In Washington.
\\ ?hington, I ?? ? |7 g|xi India n cl et
io-.i.i ? h? ard Intel ?,t non on the
?ii tioll. n . o| religi?s i ra? h? d h th? B<
John D Mag lin ai si ?'?'?' ? nlv? i
all m Bt Paul's > irch Interi
among H ? Indians, r? i?n set
tribes am i nsanj nos iea it anslat? tl
the Brorda ?>i th? elerg) man as h? si
? ..i m itlonlest .iiio.i t! i
? i- ?I front* seats, tin ? ' -
d glass \xindowg ih? bt lllantlj
... lit, n . | ,,, Im g, ,.| ^,,n ,ii,.| iii.i
t P U| !.. ,1.
and n m? t? from th? li old won hip
? e-?
Austrian Emperor :; Condition Cans
niK Girat Uncasincsg.
I ? i.'loi, ! i, , i ; n. ;
? t i?t th, '.. ..nil ..i Bmparoi
i'i.i.i. la Joseph ol dus! sin i i using
II- o lid to U Ri m- it "in a ?
? ? . .. il ata.
Driver of Runaway Team in
White Plains Is Killed
' Necks o? Both the Horsei Broken
Bolt When Dollar of
Ono of Thr-rn
\ man was killed and man? pSTSOns
i.? m Injured ???< -r-toa? in ? col?
. nun" firt patro!
I team and a MOUI t
ear al Orov? stt Vfartin avenue
'?? hite i'!. i ??- orge Knap?, te enty
|d, ?51 S
- . dril. - ?.' 'he fire
ing the h?r*??.
..M- the ^ i Ite Pia ina
artment The
. r. brok? ? ? ? die?!
rh. ? t. I1
ended '"?aani the
? rhere thej ?? ere ke? t, and
? to gel bom?,
when Ki up v.itii .)
?atik on !- reins The sudden stopping
I bat held a p itent collar.
The hoi se lung? d I n ard and Knapi
: from ht- aeat between the
animals both of which atarted running.
Knapp soon ? - - fe_t on the
nd steadied elf rainai
? h? linea a
Mir.-- bio ki rti? * ti i r? i block
don n a st? sp gradi aloi % Martin
drove atr
? .fount ? ? rnon lln? ? u gol n piare y
the mu m? a? - and thot,
the mid? ? ? . par
hurl? -I from tl t of th??
the - de i
. m breaking the leg of - Hub
i bard, of 1 ?? ..ma,
1 m.mi.? - ol the Ian fii m ol Hubbard g
McKlnies Othei
????I e.
Alfred I ?? !- ihi ? lu. tor, ?! i
agalnsl a seal tnd
Prank I Mi- m i
yen s ,->? . of No 100 R
Whit? Plali Mi ? J? ro tley, ? ?!
? .ti :. White Pinina; Mi ? Mm ?
I; \ iiii.uio i if nello,
,,t Tan ! ton n ; Samuel ! ?? v..
?7 Railroad a v? el
i ? .-en. ..? : -? hit?
Plain? a boj. and r'dna Ti "*mp?
Tarrj'town Road, White Plain?
Hubbard waa taken ? hU ?
Plains I loapital ind ren
i he otheri a*en al tended bj lb? I
? i .i and **?-tit i .
theii h no - T?o i- u ounda ?? ere ? hlefl
from the itaea ol t| ?? m
doe ?- Ta u oi rhte? omen
.-.n-; ? nt? r ? he motoi man
it wa i ai ? ? . - ronei
John n
?d.nr .-i the ti.
Funeral of Coal Creek s Mayor
Hu it s at Hospital.
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.., Ms n W
i i,,linn, ni m the ?\..i k ... : .ii. t foi the
Hie min? ind a i.ii I ?
death ?.n l''ri?i.'\ morning waa held t ?
.. hospital f? i
? .;. i..i ppendl ?. t her rc
i he funeral i*oi - o| i ? i
nl ii,. Iioapll U th?
from ' '?? i sai se and i ai rt? ?I by tii?- pall
Into id. hospital thai Mrs
m might i ? th? i.-..i
? ?.-an husb
.- were removed t
.\i. uni Hi n 111? t"-?i.i?.
bringii ?J i? '<?i up
| to teventj -?? - n rii? total nurabei .
\ I? iiiu a III i., i-nuc? eight) lorn- ol
Seii^?n;.- Anxirus to Have Pre
dent Urge Abrogation o?
Treaty by Simple
0 ? sive Onticun Would I
I - irWl -?nd Wav Opened for
{few Document Crrant?
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it ted that If 1
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1 .?f the traatj \xiii i,.- dl8Dos?*d ???
ting '?a ? Mous
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tak? -i by ti??t bod i bieh
t resentm?ni of th?
m? tit It Is pro it th?
n go to the extent of giving; a
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tand ? the Sulgei n soi ut lu
modi ought the I
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railed on
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Ith th? ?i- /
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lin- Unis.- which n
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im! the in
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? n of an; e
on Rust Is befoi ? Januat > I. n .
making certain lh< tenninatloi i g
ir, at . itx 1 11)13 w hi? h i
i.i ' f t be S
?M'tlt ' tl'l. li
form th? "i'i ',sii I ' n
in th? Hovaa.
The Siil?er Resolution in Foil.
I'll,- Bulger resolution t>
1*4 -,,i . a Uj the Senate and ,??
. fltatlV? - "t n., I n ;. ,1 -
Am.ii... m ('oui il th.
|.,o|.!t ,.t th. I'nlted btati
? "iit.ii principle thai
. ?hall not be lmnelr??d .it horn
Hbnut?! -t th ?
gox? t tiri-'i: "f II
itli for the c.ni.ii protection si
: rvltl I regard
oi religion governnienl ,-f tht
i nif?i Btat? ail! be s pai ty to
il iltatoi in, W |i h y
one "i o,.
.-ti n..! , dlscrimli tween
Ain? t Ici n cl Usen? on the ground of
,,i religion; ihal the government
..| i; i sla ha a ? lolat? ?! ' r trwi
Ht, i : ited si usa ,o\ I Russia conclud?
si i?. terabui. .n i " ' ember i -
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