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VOL LXXHO LXXNO2J5 215 I NEW YORK YORKFRIDAY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1903 1903oPllriQAl 1103 6I1lI ogm SIIprlllrllJ s GII4Put l de10A0 PRICE 7WOCENTS ThO CENTS
JEROME SAYS LOWS TOO TQOD TQODAND TIIIDAND TII TIIJ4ND
AND DR D f KAINSFORD SAYS AYB KEEP KEEPTHE lCB KEZPTPZ p pi
i THE BROTHELS OPEN OPENWnat OPENWbat o oWbt
Wnat MakM Use Ui People Bay Oft Hear Bell In Inquires IDe IDequ1rM Iiiqiitrei
quires the Fosloa ManTe Man Te > Ts Tqrn ra You Ysaoat T TOUt Youott
oat OUt t to Tarn You out May Ma Be iretr iretrLittle I1IIetwUUle 1he 1heTAttle
Little Plan PlaDDr Dr Ralnsferds RalaliOrdDl Idea IdeaDistrict IdesDiotrict
District Dl trlct Attorney Jerome told the tbedlDell tbedlDellat diners dinersat dinerit
at a reform dinner at the Hotel St StDenla StDenlaJut Denis Denislast DenfIut
last evening that Mayor Lows timidity timiditywu
wu the greatest menace and disap disappointment dlaappolntmont dIaptimnit ¬
pointment timnit of ottbe the whole fusion move movement monmentln moyeinentin ¬
mentln ment in New York and the Rev Dr W WB WBRalnatord B BRalnaford SBaInford
Ralnaford told them that living being ex expensive ezpenAlvend expenAlve ¬
pensive penAlvend and nd early marriages fewer than of ofyore of1Ore ofyore
yore the brothels should be let alone aloneThe aloneThe aloneThe
The dinner was given in honor of Mr MrJerome MrJorome MrJorone
Jerome by Good Government Club C CNever CNever CNever
Never In tq the fifteen filt yean that I have havebeen havebeen baobeen
been watching public affairs in this city
have there been fifteen montha of as good goodgovernment IOOdOvemment goodgovernment
government here as wn have had in the thelast thelutfttteen theut
last lutfttteen ut fifteen montha said Mr MrJerome Jerome and andyet andyet andyet
yet you may point to efficient work acoom accomplished acoompU ¬
plished pU hed in the various department under underDr underDr underDr
Dr Lederie Major Alaj r Woodbury Gen Ion Greene GreeneMr GreeneMr GreeneMr
Mr Folks or Mr De Forest when you are aretalking aretalking aretalking
talking to tho people about it and if they theypeak theyllpeakin theyppeak
peak llpeakin in the vernacular as they probably probablywill probabywilltbeywllltumaroundsndeay
will willtbeywllltumaroundsndeay they theywiU will turn around nroundand and sayOh eay Ob hell helllAnd belliAnd I IAnd
And why Because the Mayor baa hasestablished baatabUahed baatbllshed
established a feel I among tho people of this thiscommunity thiscommunityhe thLacommunityhe
community communityhe ha baa established eetabU hed a feel of ofhis orhie ofhim
his personality that he la not Inherently Inherentlya
a leader of men He baa a persistent un unw unwmlngnesa i iwillingness
willingness w to acknowledge a bollof in any anyprinciple anyprinciple I Iprinciple
principle tmlesn mlea bo can ham an Insurance Insuranceand Inmmmceand inauranceand
and have It underwritten aa to where it la lagoing togoink
going to land him htmAnd himAnd himAnd I
And that is laWhy why I feel bitter about it all allFor aUFor allFor
For you cant have haT any an good results even eYenin evenIn i
in good team work at rowing that Dr DrltaIna DrltaInaford Rains Rainsford flainaford
ford baa spoken of unless tho stroke is good goodunless goodinleaa I
unless there la a quality of personal per onal104dolo loader loadership loaderabip
ship And there are many more oe in the thereform thereform j
reform r torm movement moftmentwho who feel bitter also that thatjust tbAtjUlt thatjust
just when we were on the verge of better betterthings betterthings betterthing
things we are brought to this pass by this thislack thlalack thialack
lack lackWhile
While my own judgment of Mr Low Lowis LowIII Lowto
is pretty well defined In what I have said to tonight te tenlbt tonight ¬
night yet I am perfectly per1 tItreeto free to say 11 y that Mr MrLow MrLow MrLow
Low Ia a perfectly honest man He cant canthelp canthelp canthelp
help It that he woe born constitutionally constitutionallytimid con tltutlonally tltutlonallytimid
timid nor that he loves to write letters lettersI lette letteI
I like to make speeches speechesThese epeecheaTh epeecheeTheee
These Th qualities quaUtiesdetract detract from his worthl worthlnees worthtneel worthineoa
nees and his value aa a leader Yet you youcant youcant youcant
cant do better for a leader another time timethan timethan
than to take him If you are looking lookingaround lookingaround lookingaround
around for the very best man to head the thefusion thefWon thefualon I
fusion movement this fall where will you youflnd youfind youfind J
find a man morn fit These faults of char charActer charsicter
Acter of constitution are not dishonest diahoncutfaufte I Itaults
taults
If reform Is to accomplish anything It Itmust ItmUlt Itmuet
must get back to tho idea of personal per onAlleader onAlleaderhJp leader leadership leaderJthlp ¬
ship hJp If youvo any notion that principle principlealone principlealone principlealone
alone will accomplish anything you are arewrong arewrong arewreng
wrong Principle alone never travels any anymore an anmore anymore
more than ethics alone travels travelsYouve travelaYoue travelsYouve
Youve got to havw men to back them themup themup themup
up to stand for them who bo are made leaders leadersby leadersb leaderby
by b a process of natural selection Jectlon You Youare Youare Youare
are mistakea D lt if you 7OQth thbik that Pat Kesnan Kesnanan Xenaan
an Q Irishman could keep the leadership of ofa ofafUlrtrict ofa
a afUlrtrict district overwbsiaBis J r BUtnr bythe bythedistribution bJt the thedlatrtbutloa t tdlstiibutloa
distribution of ofaoes 0 He won Wahlp his leader leadership Isdership
ship by his hi p power 1m and force and tha th ele elerosnta elemeat el elleants
meat of haturall natural leadership In liihlrD liihlrDBetorm him himReform hIInBeforin
Reform has made the mistake of not rae recognizing reo01iUzlni raeogdzIng ¬
ognizing this fact The people who today
follow a Tammany Tamman loader who is I brutal brutaland brutland brutaland
and corrupt corru would more willingly wiUinl follow followman toDowa
a man of educated and enlightened ideas ideasif
if ha had the same qualities of leadership leadershipas
as the xufflan leader leaderReform leaderOJteIormhaa leaderBeforni
OJteIormhaa Reform has made the mistake of trusting trustingto truatfn truatfnto
to abstract principles instead of getting lottlndown
down among the thepeopla people and showing h01rfn them themthat hem hemW hemtbM
that it is fitted Ilor for leadership leadershipDr
Dr Balnsford said In part I never neversaw neTerw nevereaw
saw w such a ministry for righteousness righteousnessworked righteousnesowotked nees neesworbd
worked in New York as uthe the ministry which whichfsrosae whlohI whichhroaeajnoetio
I hroaeajnoetio fsrosae agnostlo though I am sorry to tosay toIMIiI tosty
say fa 1 calls himself btm8eltoonducted conducted In the cam campaign earnpa1p campsign ¬
paign is which I firmly rmly believe he elected electedthe electedthe electedthe
the present administration admlnI trationex
1 I wouldnt submit a Sunday closing law lawto lawto lawb
to b a popular vote for even If New York in ina Ina
a spasm of virtue firtueand and thats the way waythose waytboae waythose
those things I1D always a1wa come comeTOted voted for closed closedsaloons ed8aloona cIceedealoons
saloons on Sunday aa it itmJgbt might do you youcouldnt youcouldnt
couldnt close the saloons a1oo so o lone Ion as you youhave youhaft youhave
have 300X100 J or 900000 > people In the city citywho citywho citywho
who think that they the have a right rlcbtto to drink drinkon
on Sunday SundayThen SundayThen SundayTheTl
Then take the tben3ore more Important question questionof
of social rice Im tired of the people who whotake whotab whotake
take the attitude that its W out ut of sight gbt and andtherefore andtberetore andtherefore
therefore doesnt exist existWhy eDitWhJ existWhy
Why arent we honest about Jt7 it You Youcant Youcant Youcant
cant atop the evil any more than you can canclose canc10a n ncia
close cia the saloons on Sunday It will exist existand ufatand existand
and every man knows it It and why cant cantwe cantwe cantwe
we look facts in the face Why Whydont dont we wespeak wetpeak wespeak
speak out outto to the women womento to our wives wivesand wiveaand wivesand
and tell the truth the facts factsThere tactaThere factsThere
There Is a much higher percentage of ofunmarried orunmarried ofunmarried
unmarried young people in the city now nowthan nowIhan nowthan
than there was twenty years ago and andwe andwe andwe
we know it We know that expenses ea are arehigh arehlab arebih
high and that marriage is I deferred So Sowhy So1Ihy Sowhy
why dont we e acknowledge akowlg the facts factsThe tl7 tl7T factsThe
The T brothels brolb 1 In New York I believe believemould bUe bUehouldb believeehould
mould houldb be left lf alone annot alonenot not licensed Uonnever UonneverUceedbut licensednever licensedneverliceneedbut never neverlicenced
licenced Uceedbut liceneedbut but kept in order orer Applause ApplauseKeep AplauJ AplauJep ApplauseKcep
Keep ep the evil odlof off the t streets streetsAs at streetsAs
As to the t tenements tenementA1Ou you cant drive drv it itcut Itutottbeten Itcut
cut utottbeten of the tenements tenementsVou tenementsYou eu euYou
You have havenot not done it I ItMr Mr de Forest ForestThere Fort ForestThere
There Te is much more mr prostitution prtuton In the thetenements thetlnemcn thetenements
tenements tlnemcn today than there therwlbtore therwlbtoretle was before beforeUie beforethe
the tle Parkhurst Pakut campaign cpag And A one girl girlthere gil gilthere girlthere
there else can c do more harm hrm than t anywhere anywhereelse anyhere
She S has b a room rm near nr tho to street srt she gets getsup 1 getsup
up late and nd II not no about abut when W wen en the others othersare othersare othersare
are going 11 to their work wrk and ad when whe they theycome theycm theycome
come cm back bck tired tre out at night nlgbt aho is I fresh freshand lrb lrba freshand
and a looks look brilliant brlat and dressed dr up And Andsho Ad AdIho Andsho
sho makes me friends frend she has ha hasa a craving c1 for forfriends torfrend forfriepds
friends frend and they are made and ad these thel con conditions cn cndtona condltlona ¬
ditions dtona are bad bd for a tenement tenementReformers tnement tenementhteformere
Reformers Ror r are ar a dandy dndy crew cw but they theyare the theyare
are ar infernally Itemly poor pr hands hand at team work workGreat workloreat workOrt
loreat Great Ort applause applaWleJJ I II
I like Uk the te way u Jerome Jerom speaks spk out OU t for forwhat torwht forwhat
what he believes beln in I think be must mut be b an anIrishman a anIrishman
Irishman Irhm I remember rembr once one seeing ng a man manIn manIn manIn
In Dublin DbUn who bad ha been n Indulging freely freelyand lrly lrlyand freelyand
and with wt ft evidently identl great It enjoyment onjoyent His Hishat Hi 1Iiahat
hat was 1 battered bter and his hi clothes clotee were torn tornbut tm tmbut tornbut
but tho memory memor of his good go time tmo was strong strongwithin strng strngwith strongwithin
within with him hi and as ho strolled Itrole along wngln In the themoonlight te temonlht themoonlight
moonlight monlht be stopped now and then and andtwirling andtwrllng andtwirling
twrllng twirling the remains rman of his b shillelagh IhJleJh around aroundhis aound aoundJill aroundhis
his head he lie exclaimed exclalmo Throe r cheers cer for formeelf form formesel
meelf m I and a to hell hel with wit the rest t of them themThere thel thcmThere
There ThP have h been bn times Um when I have havethought hav havethought
thought that tht I saw sw In the outlines outt of the theKrtrr theKt theErr7
Krtrr Kt PW4U Preeautla re jtl S Takes T TekesThe I IThe
The T Praurlvaala rtllnlla tUtlnMuTs Jr lln Uu westward Is I
fouMreektOudiunply four4rackra ournkruu1 4 amply protected by b Wn electric elet1c cIretIlC40
tomailc kmUc uSty N irrl irrln ImI 4cT1eM 4cT1eMIi mpYlllm0
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District DtrlcAttomthe Attorney the shade of that tht Irish Irishman I Irishman ¬
man m Great Grt laughter and expectant
lauiter exptt
look at Mr M Jerome Jerme but he nude no re response responae ¬
me
sponse sponseThe anJ anJTe sponaeThe
The Te District Dflrlot Attorney Attmey was aa not the th only
ony
one ofwho who had a fling mg at Mayor Hyr Lows Lws want wantof wantof wantof
of bowels nor was w Dr Ralnaford Rtor the only onl onlI
one to express the belief that Jerome elected
epr b lt tt Jerom electd
I low Frederick Fdrlok W Hinrichi Bor of Brooklyn Brooklynaid Brooklynsaid
said aid d in the course CU1 of a speech which had
the te closest clOt attention tit 1 the diners der Whcb
Mr Low admitted adit to me m that Jerome Jeromeelected Jeromeelected
elected eJted him htand and Edward Ewa M Bhepord ad admitted admit adniltted ¬
mitted mit that tt Jerome Jerom defeated dfeat Shp him hl Mr
Shepard Sep said Jerome made a direct dirt ap ap ¬
m
peal pl to the t moral mrl sense n of the tle community omunt
and d no o man and
m no party can c stand std up
against alttt that Laughter LaughterI Lughter1 p
I hare haO told the Mayor l10r over and over overagain overpn overagain
again pn that tt he must mUt do something Imethlg to excite excitepublic excte exctepuhUo excitepublic
public opinion opion as Jerome knows so e well wel
how to todo do or that nothing notbng could ould be b ac accomplished acooinpllhad ¬
complished complishedI opUe
I am a wry vr glad gla that my friend frend Mr Low Lowcame Lowo8 Lowcame
came o8 out the other day and wrote wte some Ime ¬
thing tbng that tt meant met something IIOmetbng Laughter LuRhter
He said d I believe bUeve In high license lons
Gen Greene Grne Gree e said d that hig before he hl accepted
I his h appointment pplntment he had several btore Terl conferences conferencesmind onrerelCs onrerelCswth oontereicpawith
with Mr Jerome
wth and had made up his hismind
I mind mnd that tat thattbeycouldand they could and ad would me get gt along
together togther And we will wi an long as I stay
lin In offloe oMC which whlo may be ba a shorter time
Aorr
than tha Mr Jerome is elected el for said tmo the
Bd
Police Ple Commissioner CommissionerThe Cmmalonlr CmmalonlrThe
The Commissioner Cmmoner said MI that tho Throe Thr
Platoon Platn bill bi passed by the theSenateat Senate Bnte at Albany
p
yesterday trlY had ha a stony Itony and thorny thorn way wayahead wayahead
ahead ae of it It and ad that tht he should oppose OPPI it itat Itat
at every step stepmen Bp stepEdward
Ew Edward M Sepa Shepard Bnt sent a lotterof regt regtwhc regret regretwhich
whc which men was rend rnd in I which ho said I can
but bt wish wl that tht the reform nfor of police polce M conditions
during dug the year ya 1803 11 had ha been bn completely cmpltely
in hands like his
Jeromes raUicr than
hans Ue JermesJ rater thwo thwoeu we weshould wepibocid
should eu have hav suffered suere the practical praC110F loss of an anentire anent anentire
entire ent year y In the the promise proml of that express expressreform xprM I
reform rtorm to which Whc good citizens cltn whatever whatevertheir whatevertheir i
their thi share lb In the te g Mayoralty lrraty contest cntelt of otIDl
1801 IDl ought oubt to have hv considered onalder themselves themselvespledged themhl themselvespledged
pledged plle to t ths th uttermost terolt of their ability abilitywisdom abilitywisdom blty bltywbom
wisdom wbom and a vigor vigorPaul vigorPaul r rPul
Paul Pul Fuller Fllr presided pl8le at the dinner diner and andseated andt andoeated
seated t with wit him h at the chief chet table besides besidesMr blldea blldeaMr beeldeaMr
Mr Jerome Jeme and Dr D Rainsford Rford and 81 Gen GenGreene GenGrn Genarns
Greene Grn were Mayor Mayr Thomas 1om M Osboroe Osboroeof r
of Auburn Aub Magistrate lltr Barlow Brlow Wlieelor WlieelorH Welor WelorH WheelorII
H Peckham Pek Robert Hob W do Forest Isaac IsaaoH Io IoH IsaacU
H Klein Ki Mr H Rlnrlch Hircs Julius Juu J Frank Frankand Fr Frankand i
and Austen G Fox Fx Among the others otherspresent other otherpresent I
present plnt were Richard Rcba Watson Watn Gilder V VEverit VEvert VEvent
Event Evert Macy H Arthur Ahu von n Brieen Bren Perez Plrz M MStewart 31Stewart r rSta
Stewart Sta and a George G r Haven Hvn Putnam PutnamTHE Ptna Ptna1HE PutnamTilE
THE MORTGAGE TAX BILl DEAD
Assembly Conference Conreo Arts Altl Promptly PromptlySenator Pmpty Pmptyato PromptlySenators
Senator ato Delay DelayALBANY Dl Dela DelaAtnANY
ALBANY ALN April Aprl S 2Tho Tho Republican Republran Sena Senators Sma Smators Snatori ¬
tors conferred coner for a long time tme this ts after afternoon aftr aftrnoon afternoon ¬
noon on the question quetion of abandoning adonng the theMortgage theMorllge theMortgage
Mortgage Morllge Tax Ta bill bU It I was finally faly decided decidedto
to leave leve tho question queton open op until uti the Senators Senatorscon Bnto Bntoc
con c meet mft In I caucus cuc next n neitTuceday J Tuesday TCay afternoon afternoonwhen aferoon aferoonwhen afternoonwhen
when it is I expected oxpted that the bill bU will wl be beabandoned beabandoned
abandoned abone On the Senate Ste side ade there is istalk IItk istalk
talk of substituting for the annual
tk lubtuting au mortgage mortgagetar morpge morpget
tar bill a recording tax on
t bi rrn mortgages u uconveyance aconveyance
conveyance conYa tax t or the theideaugsted idea morga suggested in inSenator inSnr inSentor
Senator Snr Rainess Rea bill bota of a stamp stp tax t on oaoertiflcstM once onoertIfleatea
oertiflcstM ce of indebtedness indebtednessfereaoe tebt indebtednessfer
t u
fereaoe t fer nosi The three t insurgent mrct Senators SenatorsEdgar Bt Sent r rdgai
Edgar Ei T Braokett Brtt Elan E R i > < Brown rw and andNathaniel andNtel andNathaniel
Nathaniel Ntel A Elsberg Ebltt intimated that thatSenator thatBtrPltt thatSenator
Senator BtrPltt Platt bad h sold 11 them a gold brick brickin brck brckin brickIn
in standing stdl out against aan the Mortgage Morgag Tax Taxbill Tazbi Taxbill
bill after GOT Odell has signed the
bi ate Oel gethe Liquor LiquorTax Lquer LquerTx LiquorTax
Tax Tx Increase Icb1 bill billThe billThe
The T Republican RpubUc Assemblymen Amblye showed showedin Ibowd IbowdIn
in a conference oterce this ti afternoon atmoon m I hi a manner mannermost mnor mnormot macnormoat
most mot emphatic emphto that the te Mortgage Morgag Tax Taxbill Taxbi Taxbill
bill was veryunpopular unpopular with them
bi vryunpopulr very tem despite despitethe dplt despitethe
the te fact that tt they had pledged plg themselves themselvesless themah themahJe themselveless
less Je than t three thr weeks wfk ago ag to support IUppr it itWhen ItWI ItWhen
When WI Speaker Sper Nixon ln put the question qUOtion of ofhow ofbow ofhow
how many my were opposed opp to t pressing prlg the Uiebill tllObU thebill
bU bill fiftyseven ftyn Assemblymen Amblynstd stood up upwhile UPhl upwhile
while bill hl only onl twenty voted votd hi I favor of the thebill thebm thebIU
billThere
There still IW remains rm to be b enacted fntd Into Intolaw Ito Itolaw Intolaw
law said sd Speaker Bpaer Nixon Nlml some lm other kind kindof kindot kindof
of Indirect Indrt tax tz rovenuoratsing revnMrllng legislation legislationfor leplllon legislationforwe
for forwe we will wi still stl be be1OO be1tOO000ahyof I1COOOOO shy yof of the te amount amountand aount aountrud amountrequired
rud required to aboU abolish dir direct Stte State tUon taxation taxationand
and ad follow out the th plans p1 that tt are contem contemplated cntem cntemplt cnntemplated ¬
plated plt It I has been b suggested luggt that tht a con conveyance on conveyanoe ¬
veyance vyao tax tx be substituted lubttutd for the mort mortgage mor mortgage ¬
gage gg tax taxMajority t taxMajority
Majority Mort Lead Lr Loader r Rogers Rgr made me the to motion motionto mton mtonto
to reconsider ronldr the caucus CUC action and then thenfollowed thentonowe thenfoUowed
followed tonowe a general gner expression oxrlon as I to the con conveyance on one conveynnee ¬
veyance e tax t After Atr three tlu hours houl discussion discussionit dlon
it i Wu all a but agreed ag that the conveyance conveyancetax onveyo conveyanootax
tax t shouldbe substituted bUt1 for the mortgage mortgagetax morgg
tax tx If additional atin tax t revenue rvu raising ring bills billsare bUI billsare
still The tax taxis taxIa taxis
are a atU necessary ne T conveyance conveyao
is to a be b 25 cents ontA on 100 tO IIX and ad it is estimated estimatedthat etnted etntedtht estimatedthat
that it will w bring brg into Ink the th State Stto treasury treasuryabout trau treasuryabout
about 100 3000000 annually annuallyMRS luU luUVRS annusliyMRS
MRS VRS MKINLEY KNLEY IX INA A RUNAWAYCoachman RUNtW RUNAWAY REJX4WAYCoachman AI AICom
Com Coachman Threw Trw One oe of the to Hones tonf and andStopped andStopp andtopptd
Stopped Stopp Their m Flight VUgtiiCANTON Fsbt FsbtOhio FlightCairnuc
CANTON Ohio April Apr 2 2M 2Mrs Mrs McKlnleya McKlnleyateam McKInleyateam 1cnly
team ran away iw11 this afternoon while h she sheand sheand
te r ts ee eead
and ad her nurse nur wa1 Gertrude Orrde Healey Hlley wore w out outfor outtor outfor
for a drive drh about the te city ciy John Joln Bcderman BcdermanMm Ber DederinanMis
Mm MoKlnleya coachman was on the thebox thebox
M MoKy ccb te tebox
box box Near Kea the tbpbU public square BU tho team teamwas t teamwaa a aw
was w turned tu Into Ito West Fifth Fth street It r just jut juta as asa a aa
a trolley troley car ca approached approace fro m the west westOne westOne et etOn
One On of the th horses hol become be frightened frlgh ten At Attho It Itthe atthe
the car ca and ad made mdo a lurch luc which broke the thestrap th thestran
strap aUo suspending wpnd the neckyoke nkyoke Then Thenthe Thento Thenthe
the to team tMt started ataed ct ct a mad m pace pc which 1Iheb tho thocoachman thocochmcould thecoachman
coachman cochmcould could not restrain restrainThe rNtln rNtlnT restrainThe
had reached the brow browof browot browof
The T horses hol b just jut Iched
of the Fifth street hill tho decline of which
is steep atep rough and od unimproved when tnedoachman thedoathmnn
doachman Omn gave one of the tf reins rw a sudden suddenjerk BuddenJrk suddenjerk
jerk that threw gv one of the te horees hOr to the thei theund theground
i ground Jrk und The Te coachman cm then Jumped jup from fromthe fm fmth fromthe
the th carriage and was w at G the horses hon heads headsi bes besbefore headsbefore
i before cCe they could make mae a fresh rrh start slr Tho Thocarriage Thocag Thocarriage
carriage cag was w not not overturned ovrued and ad no D one onewas onewas
was nun nunMrs hu hurtMrs
w Mrs lrs McKinley was wa somewhat some1bat shocked shockedbut shockedbut loke
but ten minutes mlnuteftfr after being big taken to t a anearby aary anearby
nearby ary house boU was a able to t go to her own ownhome ownhome
home homeB nome homea
nomeC B c C TanderbMr Vaderbi Best Bt eIt Man M Mmmd and Caber CaberNBWfOBT tae taeNBa titianNawroav
NBWfOBT R R 1 April Aprll2Rlld 2RegInald C CVanderbllt CVandrit CVanderbIlt
VanderbIlt Vandrit NBa today t gave out a a full tu list Ut of the themen thejuan
men who will i ao Att assist ist him at his b coming comingmarriage comng comngmrg comingmarriage
marriage mn to Miss KMlson His B brother brtler brtlerr brotherMr
SEfTCda mrg Mr r Alrrd Alfred G Mi v Vandrbit Vanderbilt Nlln a s8L will b be tefiSS tefiSSbrother th the bt btmn beet beetman
man and the uehe wilt hi Ju1 Jules B Nllon Nllonthrot Nelleon NelleonInotherof
mn brother Inotherof of th the t ub bride brd H I H b Stone Bton otBmeau otBmeauA ot S1Ct S1CtNY SyrsewieNY
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BROUGHT HOM ROMEINkB HOME IN I CAB CA TO DmIDEALln DIEIDEALIST
IDEALIST IDEALln OF THE EMMA GOLD GOLDMAN GOLDMA
MAN IIU GROUP MONEY VO ar60oE ar60oEB CONE CONEBradr GONEBrady
Brady B Went et Into One Ofl of the Waobun aubun Place Placetto PaeH PaeHI PlaceIn
to I a Ilelplen Ielpte State It and a indWu Was W Sent Set Home HomeWhere lome lome11er HomeThere
Where 11er He le Died Die Gn n His I Arrival AffiralKnook AffiralKnookout Knock Knockout
out DroP Drop Respected Supte by b Doctor DoctorEdward Dtor DtorEwar DoctorEdward
Edward Ewar Brady Bry of the firm fn of otJurck Jurick JurickBrady A ABrady
Brady Br cabinetmakers cblnltmUI cablnetm ers at 183 18 West Wllt Houston Houstonstreet JoWton JoWtonstreet Houstonstreet
street and a an Anarchist AnrbJlt or an idealist idealistas Idtat Idtatu
as the members m mben of his hi group Irup callthem callthemselves clthem clthemlve call them themselves ¬
selves lve died dedlut hut night naht of what what t his ii doctor doctorthinks dCor dCorthi dictorthinks
thinks thi was W8a a dOM of knockout knout drops dropsCoroner dropsCoronerJackson
Coroner Cronr CoronerJackson Jackson Jaksn thinks thll tho doctor dotr U I right rightBrady right rightBrady
Brady Bmy was taken tken to his hil home bore at 170 10 East EastSeventyeighth EastSeventyeighth
Seventyeighth Bventylgbth street at about nbut 8 oclock oclocklast oolOk oolOklut oclocklast
last night in I a hansom basm cab cb driven by Philip Philp
OConnor OCnor He WM unconscious ucrlo when whln ho horeached horahed horeached
reached rahed the house hoU and was carried cred In to tothe tothe tothe
the ground groud floor flat ft where he had hrd lived livedwith livedwith
with lh his hil wife Fannie Fanni for some mo time timeAccording1 timeAcrdig timeAccordinK
According1 Acrdig to OConnor Brady Brdy said Bld only onlytwo orIytwo
two 0 words wor My darling rllg when he BOW BOWhUwlfoThowifoOCcnnor IW IWhi sawhlswiteTho
hUwlfoThowifoOCcnnor hi hlswiteTho wlo To wtoOCcnnor wlfoOCcnnorsay says Mr exclaimed exclaimed0h txclalmd txclalmdOh
Oh lies been bn drinking driking again with that thatweak thatWfak thatweak
weak Wfak heart her of hi hiThe hl his hisThe
The Te woman wom sent nt for Dr J L Frlcdler of
329 36 32 East Et Seventysecond Bntycnd street Itrt When < n ho hegot hogot hogot
got to the tle houw hol Brady Bndy was 1 dead dad In InBradys InBrdy InBradys
Bradys Brdy pocket pcket was found a card Cr of the theWaubun te teWauLu theWaubun
Waubun WauLu company ompY1 saloon lioon at t 410 41 East EastThirtyfourth Ft FtThlrytourh EastThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth Thlrytourh street tnl On the back bk of the thocan thecard ho hocard
card can was wa written wrten Call Cl for your our ur watch watchTho walchTho watChTho
Tho man m had only 2 in I his pockets pketl His Hiswife 11 Illswife
wife wie says he left her lr In the morning moring with withPeter wll withut
10 ut to Mr buy lubr lumber In Lng Long Islad Island Ciy City
Peter Petfr L Flore Flor lloretho the monagerof maagerot t the he Waubun Waubuntold Waubuntold Waubuntold
told a HUN reporter rporer later ltar that Brady Dr dy came cameInto cane caneInlo caineinto
Into tho place plc about Aut 8 oclock oclockI oclok
1 never saw him before btore said Sid Flore Fore
He went down to tho lavatory lvalory and was wasill W1I waslu
ill I there One of my waiters told me and I Iwent Iwnt Iwent
went wnt down dow and got gt him watr Ha Jo was a well wel
dree dlu dressed ed finelooking fnaloklng man mn and 1 thought thoughtId tboughtId thoughtId
Id Id better bter take tko his hl watch and keep ke1 It for
him h I did dd BO I and gave I Win l t a card cd so e hed hedget hfd hfdgt hedget
get gt it back backI bk bkI
I looked look i In I his hil pocketbook ketbk There Ter was wasonly wuonly wasonly
only 1 2 In It I left lef the to money mony In It I and put putIt llt lltI lnitIt
It I back in hla hlaJket hlapocket pocket He was wa getting Ittng very verystupefied fry
stupefied tupefe so s I called I OConnor and nd had him himtake himtake himtake
take him h home hom cE Later ter when I heard hfar hn hnwas hf hnwas
was dead dla I went Int up to his hil house hoU and told toldhla toldhla toldhis
hla wife wto all al I knew knw about abut the thl caw cawPolice caH casePollee
Police Pole Captain Shire Abm told Flore For he ought oughtto ough
to have called oale In a policeman polcm The Tl deter detecUves detl deterlives
lives tves were 1re trying at midnight mdnlght to find fnd out outwhere outwhere
where wher Brady Bry trng had been bn before bfore ho went to totho tothe
the saloon saloonAt lton ltonAt saloonAt
At the te Brady Brd house houB a SON Su reporter rprer found foundsix loud loudIlx foundsIx
six Ilx men who said Sid they were wer Anarchists Anarchiststalking Anarhists Anarhiststalking AnarchIststalking
talking with Mrs Brady wild
wih 11 Brdy They Thld they
belonged to t the namo Nmp group of 0 of Idealists Idealiatsas Ideals Idealsl
as l bong Brady Brdy and ad that Emma Ema Goldman Goldmn Is I a amember arembr amember
member the Coroner
rembr of group Coonlr Jnckuonhad Jacbonad Jackson Jacksonhad
had ad heard at the house that Brady formerly
einma einmaHe
He never nOlr lived Ih with wih Emma Goldman GoldmanUd Gldmn Gldmnd Goldmansaid
said Ud d Mrs 1lr Brady Br 1 wan WA married mrlf to Mr MrBrady MrBra MrBrady
Brady Bra five fe years yer ngo When en ho was 14 In Inbusiness InbusmO inbusiness
business busmO wverol yearn B1 ago a with wlh a different differentpartner dufnnt dufnntpntr differentpartner
partner 1r Emma Ema Goldman Gldman was M hi hi hiii wiles wileswoman MllS MllSwoman ssleswoman
woman Bradv pntr and she used u to call cl herself hcrel Airs AirsBradv MrsBradr Ira IraBr
Br Was M Brady an a Anarchist AarlIU asked aske the thereporter theJ thereporter
reporter reporter reporterHo
J rer rerHe
lHo He was an Idealist replied rpUl Mm MI Brady BradvThe Brdy
Te The Idealists Ide are a called Clo Anarchists Analt HIM HIMgroup HIMgruP fingroup
group gruP however howovtr I is known as l a group grup of ofidealists ofI ofIdeauets
idealists I eUlt He was a 1 highly educated eueslo man manHe monoHe manHe
He came ce from an a Irish lHh family ram that emi emigrated rmlfrste cmigrated ¬
grated Vienna ViennaHe frste vlenl to Austria AWtra and ad he was WI born in inVienna Invlenl iiiylenna
He H could speak pea eight languages J and andread andrC andBrady
read rC tQ Cerrantes t 1 1Brady and p DajoUL in fn UM Ra originals
Brady Br was Wi about 45 years old oldGeorge ol oldGeorge
George Grg Jurick Jure Bradys Br1 partner said last lastlight JutJ1bt lastdght
J1bt light that th Brady had worked worke prner hard h I at t the theshoo theIhop theshop
shoo Ihop all Il daY day > and ad left Jft there about nut 3 oclock oclockIn otlok otlokIn tlock tlockIn
In drinker drinkerTACK drer drerJACK drinkerJACK tho to afternoon aternoon afternoonand and ad that tht he hewunot was 18 not a I ahard aharddrinker hard harddrinker har
JACK CVV CII HUMILIATED
His UI Ill Revolver and ad a BowIe Knife Knlrf Wrested WrestedFrom WrestedFrom
From Fom Him by I a Constable ionitableCINCINNATI ConstableCIwmrNATr ontabll
CINCINNATI cNCNUTr April Aprl 2 2Col Col Cl Jock Jak Chlnn Cinn Cinnthe Chionthe Chlnnthe
the Invnble Invincible Kentuckian Kentuckia politician pltici and andwalking andwlklng andwalking
walking arsenal anwent went down dow to defeat dltet here herotoday herety heretoday
today ty in an a encounter encuntr with wih a constable constablewho cnstble cnstblewho constablewho
who came Cme to levy on 01 the tlioColonels Colonels Clonls belong belongings blong blongIng belongings ¬
ings Ing With his hil defeat dltut the Colonel Ctonll suffers suffersthe lufera luferathe suffersthe
the deepest dOpt humiliation huUaton for the burly burlyconstable burlycontblo burlyconstable
constable contblo not content with punching him himrelieved himreUeve himrelieved
relieved reUeve him hi of pocket editions eltloD of revolvers revolversand revolversand revolversand
and a big bowie knife knte and ad left Iltt the Colonel ColonelIn
In disordered dlrer clothing clotlg after ater the encounter encounterCol encuntr encounterCcl
Col 41 Chlnn Cin came Omo hero several serl days ago agoand agoand agoand
and registered rglter at tho Gibson Gbn House HoWo His Hisfirst Illsfirst
first frt escapade epdo was W an a encounter enounter with wth Theo Theodore Theodora ¬
dore Hallara Hllm tho wellknown Welknown Kentucky Kentuckylawyer Kentuck Kentucklwyer Kentuckylawyer
lawyer lwyer and politician pltcian Chlnn Cinn happened happenedto
to bo b sitting In the lobby lbby of tho hotel hotl and andnoticing andnotiin andnoticIng
noticing notiin Hallam lllim passing plnc on the street streetrushed str strrhe streetrushed
rushed rhe out and struck Itrck him 1m China Cin after afterward atr atrwA afterward ¬
ward wA said that tht Hallam Hll wrote wrot an article artclo in inwhich Inwhih inwhich
which whih he accused aeu Chlnn Cin of shooting shoting Goebel GoebelThe Obl OblTe GoebelThe
The Te affair aar today to was w an unexpected unexpectedevent unexpectedevent
event OTnt in Cot Cl Chlnns Clnt career crr He had b pur purchased purcha putchased ¬
chased cha a bill bL of goods amounting amoutng to prob probably probably ¬
ably 75 7 at t Burkhardt Burkart gs Brothers and agreed agreedto agd agdto
to pay tho bill bi later ltr Fearing Feang that tht the theColonel theClonel theColonel
Colonel Clonel py would leave leav tho cltynnd ciy nnd forget torgt the thebill tle tlebU thebill
bill bU the firm fn sent lnt Its It I colored clor messenger men rto rtocolet to tocollect tocoUect
collect colet it Tills angered angr bun h1 and with lth Ills Illsstentorian hi Idaithntoi4un
stentorian atntorll voice volo frightened trghkno the messenger messengerso llngr llngrmuch
so much that ht ho took tk to his hi heels heelsThe hel heelsThe
The To firm ln then brought bru ht proceedings prlnp in inSqulro InSuire inSquire
Squire Suire Dumonts court cur and ad Constables ConstablesWilliam Cnslnble ConstablesWilliam
William VJI Critchell Ctchel and 8ld Charles Cale Timberlake Timberlakestarted Timborlakostarted
started Ite for the hotel botl with wih attachment attachmentpapers atachment atachmentppr attachmentpapers
papers papersTho papersThe
ppr The Colonel was found In his room om quietly
eating eatig lila supper luppr psniy aresse aresseWhen aresseUWhen
When Wen the constables cnltbls announced aouC their theirbusiness theirbWlt theirbusiness
ho Indignant and nd rushed rushedat
business bWlt h grew idigat al rhd rhdat
at thorn to throw thrw them out Critchell Critchellwho Crtcbel Critchellwho
who tor IB II a strapping strpplj big fellow tellw stood ltd his hiscround bi hisground
ground grud and ad met the Colonels Clons charges chargeswith chrge chargeswith
with a welldirected Wcllnctd right rght which hlch sent ant him himsprawling hi idrosprawling
Wih
sprawling Iprwllng over his 18 supper table tbl He re recovered r to tocovered
covered quickly qucly and ad suppr went for hU hi guns gunsThe aU gunsThe
The or const Ont able abl watt 14 just JWt as quick quic and ad white whiteCritchell Whll whileCritchell
Te
Critchell Crtcf1 held him Timberlake Tmbrlk rcltavml rcltavmlhim nllwd nllwdhi dicvjhim
him of his two to guns shooter Chootr magazine magazinercvolvon magaze magaze1h magazinerevolvers
revolvers 1h hi and a gl bowle bwe knife kUl The Te con constables cn cnltble constables ¬
stables ltble threw trw the th knife kUe on th the floor foor but butpulled butdlpartd butdeparted
departed with It the guns to 6tlfy satisfy th the ct ctiu ctiuChinas
dlpartd Chinas clothing j Wa was tom of off and thl the 0 bed bedpulled
olothlg
pulled pule apart A woman wom in an a adjoining adjoiningroom adoining adoiningrm adjoiningroom
room hearing hern ap the noise noi of the encounter encounterand enountr enountrad encounterand
and ad rm Cblnns Cin terrible trble threats thr lent Ilnt color colorto clor clorto colorto
to the affair afta with wih her horhysterical hysterical htrclrea htrclreaDOr screams screamsJtOY I
JtOY KILLED KLLED BY AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILEMachine AUTOVOSILElabne AUTOMOISILEMachine t
Machine labne Driven Dtrm by Albert Abr W Hatchtni lutl a aVoid aGold aGold
Gold leaf La Manufacturer ManufacturerNineyearold flazmfaeturerNineyearold auraoar auraoarKlneeald
Nineyearold Klneeald August Augt Wllle Wle of 608 I Eigh Eighteenth E Eightcenth < h htenth ¬
teenth tenth street srt Brooklyn Brly died di In I the Seney SeneyHospital BneT BneTlo Seneyhospital
Hospital lo la at 7 oclock oolk clock last lt evening evnng of in injuriea Injuro injuries
juries juro sustained IUtaed by being bng run over ovr by on onautomobile a aautomobo anautonObilO
automobile automobo four hours hUl earlier euUr Albert Abrt W WHutchlns WHutchl IV IVButchins >
Hutchlns Hutchl a gold gld leaf la manufacturer mufaurer of or1m
1872 Eighth Eght avenue was in charge cce of the theautomobile theautmob theautomobile
automobile autmob He was al going IIDg along aon Prospect ProspectPark Pp ProspectPark
Park Pak West We at an a elebtmll dcbtrhaur igbt rnIMnhour anhour clip clipand cp cpand clipand
and was crossing Seventeenth 8nlenUl street t when whenthe 1Ihe whenthe
the th boy w ran r cl across cm the street Itrt in I front of ofUie ortll ofthe
the machine machineThe m machineThe cbln
tll The heavy hea automobile autombU struck atrc him J and andknocked andknOJe andknocked
knocked T him down dow and ad then tlln tb t the wheels wheelspaxsAd Whll wheelspasiSd
b
paxsAd knOJe over hl 11 his body by before bfore Mr M Hutchlns Hutchlnscould Hut Hutchinscould
could bring It to a stop stopMr ap apM stopMr
coud Mr Hutchlns br was w arrested and taken ten to tothe toth tothe
the M Fifth Hut avenue police amlt station iaio a when whn It Itbecame Itb itbecame
became th F known aynuo that th plce the tbo boy bad b died diedLater d diedLater
Later b he was kown admitted to ball bl by Magistrate MagistrateTlghe Magistrateflgbe
Tlghe lr h Mr w Hutchins amtt nays that t it wasla waslapocsibla was t ia iapossibli
Hut MJ
pocsibla pb ThMr for ro him b to tpf prevent tt uat uatI thtaOdesIt axxldent
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PUPIL SHOOTS 8100S PRINCIPAL PRINCIPALNephew PRNCIP4L PIfINCIP4LNepirsw
Nephew NePew of Senator Seator Latlmer Llmer Heroics Rra to toBe toB toE
Be B E Whipped fbpp and at 1ies a Revolver RevolverCOLUMBIA Rote HevoiverCOLOMIIIt
COLUMBIA CLeJBUB 8 C April Apri 2 21lr 2Three Three weeks weeksago weka wekago weeksago
ago go a teacher teacer shot Ihotad and killed kie a pupil pupUwho pupUwhorlt who whoresisted whorestated
resisted rlt punishment punfhment In I Spartonburg Sprlburg county countyToday outy outyToy countyToday
Today Toy the principal prncpl oMhe of tbeacademy the academy at atLowndesvillo atLwndenUo atLowndeavillo
Lowndesvillo LwndenUo Abbeville bvUo ounty county was w shot shotby IhotbT shotby
by a pupil pupi who whorehl refused to be whipped whippedJames whJpp whippedJames
James Je Latlmer LUmer the soventoenycarold soventoenycaroldboy 8entCnerld 8entCnerldboy
boy who did the shooting Ihotlg Is I the son lon of the thechief thechlet thechief
chief merchant mehant in 11 the town and nephew nephewof neph w wof
of United Unlto States Senator Snator Latlmer Ltmor who whosucceeded vhosucceeded bo boauoe
succeeded auoe McLurin MeIurn in the Senate SenateSome Snate SnateSme SenateSeine
Some Sme of the larger lagr boyo bru obccntod abtnted them themwives themfh themselves
wives fh from trm8hool school yesterday lerday as I an fn April Aprilfool Apri Aprilfool
fool toJ They 11 were warned by Prlncl Principal PrincipalJ > al alJ
J K Fllrr Harper that tlt they would bo bpulshc punished punishedif
if I they lry went Today he told the thellx six truants truantsto truantl
to remain retoln in I tits I I office otc after school schol hours hoursami hous housand hoursand
and then Informed Inorme them tlem he hI would apply applytho applytho applyhe
tho he rod r od Latlmer Ltm r was WIH the first fNt boy by selected selectedfor leJete selectedfor
for fCr a thrashing tlraAhlg s the principal rlnclp took tookhold tookholdot tookhold
hold holdot of him hlmtho the pupil pUJi drew dro a heavy bea Iron Ironrod Ironre ironrod
rod re from under und r hU hi coat cnt and anl attempted ntcmpto to tostrike toItrkHaJ tostrike
strike ItrkHaJ Harper HarperThe harperThe > f fT
The T teacher teacer disarmed dLrfl Latlmer who whothereupon whotherupn whothereupon
thereupon therupn presented pl nte a revolver and fired firedtwice fr flredtwice
twice tlc the tiiemuzzls muzzle muzle of otLe ofthe the plztol plwl almost nmot touch touching touchInl touchlog ¬
log Inl Harpers Hrprl coat cat Harper Harpr fell and Latl Latlmcr Ltl Ltlmer Latimet
met ran He le had not been b n captured cptur to tonight k toifight ¬
night nightA
A largo button lon and a rib rb saved Nve Harpers Harperslife Harrs Harrs1ft harperslife
life 1ft for It U I believed bllee he is II not mortally moraly hurt hurtOne hur hurtOnebiilet
One On Onebiilet bullet Ipt carried carrit the tlO button buton Into his h cheat cheatA chlt chltA
A rib turned turro the other bullet bulet from his ht heart heartOfV hear heartOII
OfV 011 C OSCOOD PROTESTS PROTESTSHla PRJTi PRJTiI
Ins I Private Iat Car CarMadeTheroughlare Made Isd a Theroufhfnre In InUie InIe Intile
tile Ie take IAke Shore IhorC Umlted Umlr Train TrainUTICA Ttn TtnUncA TrainUvicA
UTICA Apiil Apli 2 2MillIonaire Millionaire 1llonlr John C On Ongood 01 Osgood
good g of New York ork president p tlnt of the Colorado ColoradoFuel Clortdo Clortdotul ColoddoFuel
Fuel tul and Iron IronComp Company had a little Ute flurry flurrywith
with wlhthe the New York Central ntra Railroad nlroa fur of officials offic offlelabi ¬
ficials fic this tJI tub afternoon afternon ivlatlvo to the lees location loa loaton leeslion ¬
lion ton of ofhl hi his private car ar on the Lake Lo Shorn Shor ShornLimited
Limited Jml on which I ch he W won travelling travrlng
from ChIcago ccgo to New NeYQrk Yprk Mr Orgoods Orgoodscar OIOO1
car was next to the rear or observation observationcoach ob observationcoach
rvaton rvatonracb
coach racb of tho train trin and i passengers Ilngef > pajwlng I1Mln I1Mlntrom
from the forward lorar cars car to the thp observation ohcervatlimcoach ohnatoT observationcoach
coach coah in the rear nar passed pl through Oi Ogoo Osgoods Osgoodscar > goods goodscar I
car cr greatly slatly to his hi annoyanon annoyanonThe annoano annoyanonThe
The nuteanr became unbearable I
leaving Ifang Rochester RhtUr and ad when whln the train trainreacliod trainnnho traInreached
reached nnho Syracuse Syrau Mr Opgood Ogo demanded demandedthat domandtl domandtlthat demandedthat
that tho privacy prny of his car be h respected respectedby rsfted rsftedby
by the other passengers p nger Ho 10 was W8 Informed Informedthat Intorr informedthat
that it wan necessary nar to have haf the observa observation ohlrva ohlrvaton obserration ¬
tion ton car Cr at the Ihf rearend narend of the train and andunleM ad adunll andunless
unless unll ho would agree agr to passengers pngcr paw pawIng pl passlog
Ing through thruRh his I coach cnh it would necyxftltato necyxftltatohis nellate nellatehi nee seitato seitatolila
his hi car being bing attached ataht to another aother train trainMr tran tranMr trainMr
Mr Ongood Olgo pondered pnder the II proposition proponitionbetween propositionbetween
prptlon prptlonbtwen
between btwen Syracuse Byl ana and Utica and on onreaching onnachlnj onreaching
reaching nachlnj thUcity thlll ciy ordered orer file fI car ce cut out outof outof outof
of the Lake Lke Shore Limited Lmto and hooked hokt > on onto onto
to tho Eastern Etcr Exprevi Exp leaving for Now NowYork NewYork NowYork
York at JO 2 oclock oclok thus securing trng privacy
during durng the remainder rmtder of the thl Journey j oury to toNew toNl tolew
New Nl York YorkTH4IV YorkTR41V ork orkfR4IV
TH4IV fR4IV DROP ISTO 1VTOSALf SALT lAKE MKEAnswer 1tHEADtle lAKEAntiier
Answer ADtle His J flection Uen or o toe Harriman lUrrlmancuton lm lmatOI HarrimanCutOff
CutOff C
atOI Collapses coilaptesSALT CollapsesSALT lap
SALT SAT LAKE LAE Utah Uth April Aprl 2 2Aoher 3Another Another big bigMellon tlg tlgfton bigsection
Mellon of the milliondollar harriman Harrimoncutoff harrimancutoff
fton te mlonollr larman larmancut
cutoff cut r across ao Great Grot Salt Lake Le collapsed collapwdtoday collapsedtoday
today and crashed cruhc into Int the water near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Bottomless Pit This time a crew
of twenty trainmen trnen wore almost almolt drawn drawnInto drawninto
Into the quagmire qaglo As It was wa nine nn men menwere menwere menwere
were Injured InjuredAbout Iur injuredAbout
About noon non a train trin consisting rMltn of a loco locomotive boomotive ¬
motive and ad six cars cr manned mnne by twenty twentymen twelty tweltymen twentymen
men was 11 pent lnt dashing dlul ng across acr0 a 600foot 600footFtrctch 6tot 6totItrtch 500footstretch
stretch Itrtch of trwtlervork trtleork which spanned spann a adeep adep adeep
deep dep section ton of water just jUt this side II do of the theBottomless theDUomo theBottomless
Bottomless DUomo Pit Pt into Inl which more than a ahundred ahudr ahundred
hundred hudr cars cr of rock rck have been bn dropped droppedAs dropp
As A tho train tran neared near the Pit Pt engineers engineerson
on shore Ihort saw the track trk begin bgin to waver waVlr and andwhile andhle andwhile
while hle the train tran was wa speeding splng toward towa the thequagmire tbequagire thequagmire
quagmire quagire 6 00 feet tet of trcstlework trtework tr stlework gave gaveway gavewaYI gaveway
way throwing thrwing the train trn Into the lake lakeEleven lae laeEeven lakeEleven
Eleven of the trainmen escaped
Eeven trnen lp injury injurythe Injur
the te theothers others ot her were weremoroorleeshurt moro or less 10 hurt hur A laborer Alaborernamed laborernamed laborr laborrnal
named nal Demoreet Delt was wa being bing drawn toward towardtho towardthe
the Bottomless Botoml Pit when rescued rescuedFour nce rescuedFour
Four cars c which 1Il cl made mde the plunge plugo will willprobably wi willprobably
probably be b lost as l they tey are in shifting ltlg sand sandThe Id IdTe sandThe
The Te place Dla where this ths new ne section Iton of trestle trestlework trestlework
work collapsed ollpe is a mile mie and a half ht out in inthe I inthe
the lake Just west cf
lke Promontory lromontor Point PointThis Pott PottTl PointThis
This Tl Is the tle fourth tourh big collapse colap of track trackon tk tkon
on the cutoff cutoffBUCUANAN 1 1BUCHANAN IDUCIAAN
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BUCHANAN DUCIAAN SEES MR 1n MORGAN MORGANnut
nut Doesnt Doent Seem Sm to Have IIe dotMore Got Mertl In Ills IllsSecond 11 IllsSerond
Second Sond Interview Than an In the te Fin Frt Frtpfldent FirstPresident t tPresident
President pfldent Buchanan Bcha of the International InternationalStructural Intrtonl IntrtonlStctur InternationalStructural
Structural Stctur Ironworkers Ironworker sold yesterday yesterdaythat ye yesterdaythat teray teraytht
that he had h had a second end Interview Interlow with withJ wtb wtbJ
J 1 Pierpont Pernt Morgan Morganbtzt forga but would not give his hisversion hil hisversion
version of the interview It was learned
from other otherrurCa sources that dlt tho ho interview Intrew lero took tookplaco tookplar tookplace I
place plar at Mr Morgans Morl a house bou and ad that tht it itwax itwait
wax 1 planned plnnne a A as a coup cup by Buchanan Bucaan who
bad heard he exaggerated e1ggtrtc report rr in Chicago Chicagoof Cl o oot
of what 1Ibt President Idelt Mitchell 1lchoU of the United Unlt
Mine Workers Workes had done when hen he was in inthis Inthll inthis
this thll city cty In coot strike etrkedy days Buchanan
ca
didnt dldnt talk tk n I as If Mr Morgan had hal revltod rvluJ his hisdecision blsdeson hisdecision
decision deson not to 1 interfere Iterfor In tills tbJ strike strikeSamuel strikeSamuel
Samuel Sru l J 7 Parks Pukl tho ho Icnglcokcdfcr knglokedfer ttrke ttrkeSru
business bUlel agent aRlt of the structural Itrucunl Iron Ironworkers lrn lrnwrkerf ironworkers
workers wrkerf local union arrived avr hero her Into Intolost talOJt latelast
lost Jt night nigh from trm Hot Springs Sprgs ttpringsArk Ark Ak In I ro roBDonso r
BDonso nn to an a urgent ur nt meri rllp metaage > agn from Bu Buchanan Bubana Iluclianan ¬
chanan bana for a consultation cnlulUtion He said sid that thatpersonally Ibat thatpersonally
personally fnal ho did not favor favr an extension extensionunion oxtenslonof
of the strikes tlke But I dont carry the thouion theunion
union uion in I my coat CAt pocket pcket he added addedmorrow adcd adcdA addedA cnr
A special mollng meeting b has been ou ral eaneci tor to k to tomorrow
lpl
morrow morw night at Maennerrhcr Manenbor Hall Hal at atwhich atwhih atwhich
which whih tho lie question qUfton of extending exttnling UM ti strike striketo strik striketo
to 1 all ailubway subway work 10rk will i be discussed discussedPreoident dlo discussedPresident
President Pdet Orr Or reported repred to the Rapid RapidTransit RapidTransit
Rrld RrldTt
Transit Tt Commission Cmlon yesterday YNtr that tt lie liehad hehad hohad
had been bn unable to induce induc Buchanan Buchan to call calloff cn cnof calloff
off of the tbf sympathetic pthotlo strike trke on the te subway subwaypwr subwaypower
power pwr house boue No action ac was Wo taken tkon tkonDECISION takenDECISION
DECISION FAVORS HEINZE HEINZEHe IIEIZEle
He le Gets U I > Additional Addltonat Feet of the Vela et of ofPennsylvania orrnnlnnla ofenn1l
Pennsylvania enn1l Mine MineHELENA lne ilne ilnejjxtn4A
HELENA HEA Mon In April Arl 2 2The The Te Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCur SupremeCourt
Court Cur declined deUne this tl afternoon atroon to grant gat a arehearing arhing arehearing
rehearing rhing In tho celebrated C1ebrte Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniamine Penlyhanl
mine cow C but mode me a redivlf rhilon redivision Ion of the themine themi themine
mine mi whereby F Augustus Autul Helnze Jolnz gains gainsabout gainsabout
about abut seventyfive ntynw feet fet additional additon in gnl the Uievein theVln thevein
vein veinThi Vln VlnTla This Tla vDiln e was In controversy ntrorT between betweenHelnza bet1In bet1In1elnz betweenHelnze
Helnza 1elnz and ad the Amalgamated Armd and ad the theHupremo th thRuprm theSupreme
Supreme Ruprm Court Cur in deciding d the title titledivided tte ttediVded titledivided
divided diVded them themBoth tbfm tb the property ppry about aut equally eUT between betweenthem betwn betwntbfm betweentb
tbfmBt Both Bt sides were wr dissatisfied dltlto with wit this thisand thi thisand
and ad petitioned for a rehearing The TheSupreme Te TeSupreme TheSupreme
pttone rebe
Supreme Court Cur declined delie to grant gt this th re rehearing r tohearing ¬
Jlernr hearing but corrected ort the former torer division divisionsmrca dlrn dlrnby divisionby
by giving lell fleizize seventyfive vtfT fet feet more moreofl moreof
ofl of tho Tem
1 It f RaTs S b7 b7e flsY flsYThe
The e S1 iIh CIQI Centuly UDltd Umtt5d via rw Tot Toyk Toykret
trI ret and Lal lAke S 5b I Ieses ke kw v t fr o Ott tt t4O P PaulyacbiCagO
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smrca a aulyacbiCagO Cblciro Cc 0 5 Ua Mn morilal44I
SENATOR CLARKE OLAR IN I A FIGHT FIGHTHAS FGHT FGHTIUS FIG fiT
HAS A STREET srnEETSCRAP SCRAP WITH WITUCONGRESSMAN WI1HcoonESSlAV WITHtONazEssuAV
CONGRESSMAN coonESSlAV DRUNDIDOE DRUNDIDOETiie DRUNDIDGE1le
The 1le Two o Arkansas Stttemien Come ole to tomows toBloWI toflows
mows In Little Lte Reek Rlk Over 0 a Matter Matterof Jlaler Jlaleror
of Senatorial fenatora Courte CourFleDd ConrteyFriends Friends Hepa Heparate Separate rp rprto
rate rto Them ThemThe em111 Ttie I Dawse Damage > inage Is 1 Slight SlightLITTLE 8lsbt 8lsbtLIT SlightLirrin
LITTLE LIT ROCK R Ark April Apri 2 United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Stntl Senator R ntor James JlmtI P ClarVe Crle and Con Congrtistiman Cn Cnaruman Congrossman
grossman aruman H Brundldge rdldgeengged engaged in a fl f list listtight t tflght tIgh
tight Igh on tho sidewalk sidewak la I front trnt of the th Capital CapitalRotel Cpital Cpitalnotcl CapItalHotel
Hotel this th afUmoon I mo There Tere were wtr a great greatmany greatmany
many 1 members membrsof of the th Legislature Lgllture Legislat ure and ad others othersin
in front trnt of the thl hotel at the time tme and they
interfered Intertre before hefor nf alY serious rOI injury Injur was wasdone w wdono wasdone
done to t either eiher of the combatants combatantsMr cmbtohtl combatabtaMr
Mr 1lr Brundldge Brndldgf went to his hi room rm In the thehotel tht thehotel
hotel htel where tere his hi damaged dma clothing clothlnv was tvaschanged waschanged
changed change He le received reho several Berl heavy blows blowson bloWI
on the head and face fA > Senator mator Clark Clrkj re received roCht tocelved ¬
Cht ceived a blow or two in the faa faaSenator taO faceSenator >
Senator Hmator Clarke ClktJArlcsRembrtot ClarkeJameeltambertot James Rembert of Helena Helenaand Helenaand helenaand
and Representatives prntatho Toney Ton y and anl Kerwin of ofJeffereon otJeren1 ofJefferion
Jeffereon Jeren1 county cunty were w r talking Just jUt cant cantof cutof castof
of the th front frnt entranne lntrnn of the Capital Cpllallotel CpllallotelBn Hotel HotelSoon HotelSoon
Soon Bn Congressman Cnglmn Brundldgo Brdldgo came cme out outwith outwih outwith
with wih James JamlH Sanlers Bnlerl of Newport Newprt Clarke Clarkewalked Crko Crko1a1kel Clarkewalked
walked 1a1kel up to 1 Brundldge Brndldgo and Mr Brim Brundldge Brn Brndldga Brimdidge ¬
dldge said saidHow sid sidH01 saidfoir
How H01 do you do Senator SenatorBrundldge Rntor RntorBrndldlo SenatOrBrundldgelrdd
Brundldge Brndldlo Brundldgelrdd h held ld out outbis his Is hand had at the name nametime MmetImf sametime
time timeGlad tImf
Glad Gad to see t you Clarke Crko replied nple but butIll butIl butIll
Ill Il not shako hands badl with wih you All AI right rightremarked rRh rightremarked
remarked rmarke Brundldg Irndldl indifferently IndUftrnty Then ThenCUrke 1lon 1lonClrke ThenClarke
Clarke Clrke said saidDamn sid sidDamn saidDamn
Damn you what wht Is I this you have been Tneendoing beendoing en endoing
doing being Interviewed Itfnewe by the news newspapern newt newspapers
papers pBpJ and meddling medlng with things that do donot donot donot
not concern cncr you youI 1
I am am your yourtrendllr yourfrlend friend sir responded rlpndN Bruit Brundldge Brn Brndldgf Bruitdidge
dldge dldgf and ad I have not not notsaid Mid anything that thatI
I would not have said to you I said eld I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought you had mafia a mistake and andI
I fay so 1 now JIO to you youI youIdontwantanyof
I Idontwantanyof dont want wat any of your ycurdamned urdsmnt damned friend friendship frlendIhp friendchip ¬
ship Ihp retorted ntorte Clark ClarkAll Clrk ClrkAl ClarkeAll i
All Al right rght youll yul not get It I then thenanswered th thswero thenanswered
answered swero Brndldgt BrundidgeYoure Brundidge BrundidgeYoure
Youre Your a skunk lkmk said Clarke ClarkeYoire arkt i iYoure
didge Youre Yollr a damned skunk Ikunk said Sid Brun Brn Brunddge I Ididge I
Clarke Crke then struck Itrck at Brundldge Brndldg who re returned retured isturned ¬
turned tured the Ih blow blw Representative Eeprlnhlht Chrlap Chrlapgrahlxxi Crlp Crlpgahho Chriapgrabbed
grabbed gahho Clarkes arm ar and ad Mr Rembert Rembertcaught Rembertcaught
caught Brundldgos Drndldg 8 arm ar While Whlo thy th y were wereattempting wereattempting
attempting altmplJng to separate prat them Clarke CrkI struck struckBrundidga IlruckDrndidg struckUrundhlg
Brundidga Drndidg over Olr the he head throe thr time tmeI and andBnindldgo andBnmdldgo andBrundidgi
Bnindldgo struck Ilrck Clarke Carke with his fist f t and andwith andwth andwith
with wth his hi umbrella The Umbrella Imbrla handle handlewaa handleW handlewas
was W broken Then Ten tli t its police plC Interfered Interferedanil Interflred Interflredand interferedanit
and the thl pressure prlUn of the crowd crowl I about nbut the thecombatants thecmbatantl thecombatants
combatants cmbatantl prevented plente further turhpr hostilities hostilitiesThe hOltlte hOltlteThe hostIlitiesThe
The cause of tho difficulty difcul wan the publi publiratlon publ publication
ratlon raton of this article arlco In a local lol paper Jpr on onMarch onMarh onMarch
March Marh 12 12Congressman 12CongltMna 12Congressman
Congressman CongltMna 8 BrundldRn Brndldg of Seorcy SeorcyIA Snry SnryIlpndlng
IA Ilpndlng spending the day In the thf city cly on private privatebusiness prvate prvatebUllel privatebusiness
business bUllel Ho 10 nays M that I Senator mator J H HBerry Hr HBerry
Berry r requested luNle him to carry Nr Senator Senatorelect Senatorcleet ntor ntorell1
elect ell1 J P Clarke Cakl a proffer pltlr of Ida ht service servicein servicesIn rlc
in accordance with Senatorial
annncwtl Snatoral courtesy oourtenyto ouy ouyto
to escort e r him hi to the Presidents Pdents desk when whenh whenhe whenhe
h he was 1 to t be b sworn o la1 1 He Waited wat in the theSenate te teRte theSenate
Senate Rte for him an nerdredy entire day but bt Mr lr Clarke Clarkewas Clarkewas
was dejaypd dc dejsy sadt dM c e JO oie I e When Whenhe Wn Wnhi Whenhe
he hi did arrive av the mission mlon wa wUpror waapertormed waapertormedby performed performedby
by Congressman CngrmnMoR McRao and ad as a has ha been beentold bn bntold beentold
told in public pblo prints prn tbV tb the offer otfr was refused refusedMr ret refusedMr
Mr Brundldge Bdidg said sid in Idtg discussing the theincident theIncdent theIncident
incident Incdent f am sorry ir Senator Sntr Clarke Clarkeadopted Crke CrkeadopU Clarkeadopted
adopted adopU such luch a court cur It was a mistake mistakeand mtko mtkoand mistakeand
and will follow him for fora a long time He
will wl find that he cannot represent repfnt his hi people peoplealone pple ppleaone peoplealone
alone aone There Theremult Theremust must be bs boa a unity unty uriityand and a harmony aharmonyof harmonyof haony haonyot
of action aion among the thecolleagucs colleagues clelll to accom accomplish am amplh aceompUsh ¬
pUsh plh th the best bt results resultsPENSION rsultl rsultlPESI resultspjssiov
PENSION PESI CASES CtES 110W SETTLED SETTLEDCommissioner SETTLEDemmtutoner SETTLEDCommissioner
Commissioner Wares arel Plan Pla as a Alleged Atlr a aNovel aNont aNobel
Novel One OneTOPFKA OneTOIEK OneTOPEKA
TOPEKA TOIEK Kan Ka April Apri 2 2Un 2UnIted United States StatesPension St StatesPnsion
Pension Commissioner Cmmslloner Ware Warl who arrived arrivedfrom arrle arrivedfrom
from Washington Wulngn today says sys he has b found foundout roundout foundout
out the beat bt way of settling Ittlng tho many mny vex vexing vextug X XiK ¬
tug iK cases C which whJc come ome before bfore him himRecently bm bmRnty himRecently
Recently Rnty he said d his bL desk was loaded loadedwith loa de ded dedwith
with wt a score Ir of cams tlemdlng demanding thoughtful thoughtfulattention thoughtfulattton thoughtfulattention
attention attton and ad quick quck decision deon some Imo of which whichradically whichricy whichradically
radically ricy affected ae the interests Itrs of the old oldsoldiers oldldler oldsoldiers
soldiers ldler of the country countryTo cuntr
To avoid Interruption Intrpton at the department departmenthe depmcnt depmcnthe
he bundled budle up all a ll these th papers ppera and ad walked walkedout waked wakedout walkedout
out of the pension pnon offloe oto without wthout saying a aword aword
syng syngwon
word won to any ayone one and went to a railway railwaystation rway rwaysuton railwaystation
station stationAt stationAt
suton sutonAt
At what time tme and ad to what Wht place pl does do the thenext thenext thenext
next train trn go he asked askedIt ule askedIt
It goes g south luth on the Southern Sou lhm in ten tenminutes tenmnut tenminutes
minutes mnut was the reply replyMr rply rplyr replyMr
Mr r Ware Wa bought bught a ticket tckt to Charleston CharlestonBC Crllton CrlltonB CharlestonB
BC B C intending itending to atop over at some sm small smallplace sml smallplace
pl place at the end nd of a nights Journey Early Earlyin Ely ElyIn
in the t morning mring he found his hi oar 0 a bumping bumpingover bupln buplnor
over the ties th and a himself hlOJ in a bad bd freight freightwreck trlght trlghtwrk freightvreek
wreck wreckHo wrk vreekHo
Ho 10 was wa not hurt huon11 only badly bly shaken shen up upPulling upPulling
Pulling Pulng himself hlU together togethr he soon 10n helped belp to tocarry t tocsrryoutthethjwed
Cout csrryoutthethjwed carry out the Injured Iju This T Thiewas was at atCainden Camden CamdenSC Cden CdenSC
SC 8 C
SCAfter CAfter
SCAttr After Attr the t excitment excitement of otho the wreck 1k he went wentto wentto wentto
to a hotel hotl remaining remnng In his room rom through throughout throughoutthe ¬
out outthe the th day and od de devotng devoting voUng himself bJmsl to tho cases casesin cs csI casesIrihand
in I Irihand IrihandAfter hand handAfter h
After Atr taking tng in the places of historic historicinterest hrlo hrloIntrst historicInterest
interest Intrst ho took tk the night nght train tran for Charles Charleston Cale Charleston ¬
ton Here he devoted deot a I few hours to sight sightseeing sightseeing ght ¬
seeing lng and ad again a spent nt the day dy In his h room roomat rm rmat roomat
at tho hotel hotelTho hotl hotlThe hotelIho
The next lext night Igbt he pawed on the train trainand tran tranad trainand
and ad got ot off of at the tint ft p station lton reached rhed in inUie Inthe inthe
the morning mong and ad retr retired in I seclusion flun in a ahotel ahotel ahotel
hotel room rm for final 1a work on the te papers papersHe ppr papersHe
He le after returned rtu his departure to Washington Wagn three thr days daysafter daysafter
MISS JIS DRADLEY RESTRAINED RESTRAINEDYean lIESTRAloED lIESTRAloEDleU RESTRAINEDYoung
Yean leU Young Ttoman foaa In the Quintard Qutard Scandal ScandalSaid ScandalSaid
Said Sd to t lie il In I a Sanitarium ftanitarlnmRTAuronD lattlnm lattlnmRUMFRO SanitariumSTAMPOUD
RTAuronD RUMFRO Cons Cn April AprJ J 2The The mystery mysterysurrounding meryuudlng mysterysurrounding
surrounding uudlng tho whereabouts whollbut of Miss I Alice AliceS Al
S Bradley Bieywho who disappeared dppa on lost Thurs Thursday Thu Thurday ¬
day dy night after aror the arrest alt of young yung Quin Quintard Qu Quinteed ¬
teed trd for the tl scandal d Involving tvolv them themclerd was wascleared wascleared
clerd cleared up in I a measure meaur today ty The Te young youngwoman youngwoman oungoma
woman is said to be under restraint in
oma I b udr fstrlnt a asanitarium aeanltarium I
sanitarium taltrlu in New lew York YorkMiss York1iM YorkMiss
Miss 1iM Bradley Brl is in I New York eald Id a adetective adeteothe adetective
deteothe detective In I Uio tlO employ eploy of her family lay to tonight 1 tonight ¬
night nljht She is In I a place pl where whcr Quintard Quintardcould Qutr QUIntaFdcould
could oud not nee l her he it bo wanted wat to 1 You Youmay Youmy Youmay
may my depend de nd on it she e will not appear as a awitness awtlM awitness
witness in Qulntards Quta case c w Monday Modar app
wtlM
Michael Mchl Knely ID Yi loom ID counsel cull for Mrs Mrsappointment J MrsQulntar4
Qulntar4 hl has riled an appncation for the tbeapplntrut theappointment
appointment applntrut Qunta of a guardian appon ad lltem ltem for forMlsa torMI forMiss
Miss MI Bradley Brly A hearing Nng g was a to be b held heldtomorrow hl heldtomorrow
tomorrow tmow in I the Superior Supror Court C but bt it itha Itb ithaji
ha b haji gone over for a week k at request of
H I L L gne Soofield 8fel who has h been n acting ru as coun counsel oun ¬
sel for MUM Ni Bradley Erly Mr M ai Soondd 81d has hasnotified h hasnotlOeci I
notified ntfe her that she 1M must mu procure other othercounsel othercounsel
otr otrOl
Ol counsel Tltn 1 application aplcton is made ml because
8 Miss 1 usd Bradley B being tIg a a a minor mo cannot c b be beusd b
WST USl NOT OrUR lIAR GUARDSMEN GUARDSMENAssembly OUnDSVEo OUnDSVEoARemby GUAIWSVENAuembly
Assembly ARemby PiNes I the Hughes l ahe Dill Forbidding ForbiddingDiscrimination Forbddn ForbddnPlcmnUo ForbiddingIflscrtmlnaUoe
Discrimination PlcmnUo by talons tnloniALBANT Cnon CnonALAN talonsALBANY
ALBANY ALAN April Apr 2 2The The Democratic Dmorsto As Assemblymen Asseinblymen ¬
semblymen aeblytnwho who pretend prtnd to represent representthe Iprlnt Iprlnttho
the labor unions in the Legislature Legislatureagain Lglture Lglturegn Legislatureagain
again gn attempted atemptd today toon to t defeat deret tho thoHughes thoIughl thehughes
Hughes Iughl bill bi preventing plvnUn discrimination discriminationagainst dlrlmMton dlrlmMtonagant discriminationagainst
against agant members ml1mbr of the th National Nationl Guard Guardby Guardby
by labor lbor unions UIOf and employers employre Tho bill billhowever bi billhowever
however lo10cru was passed paw by a vote of HI II to 49 49MISS 41 41MIS 49MISS
MISS JOHNSON STAGESTRUCK STAGESTRUCKDaughter STAGESTRUCKDaughter iAGESrRUtH iAGESrRUtHDauJhter
Daughter DauJhter of Clevelands Mayor aDr Ktodylnc Ktodylncto Itud1ns Itud1nstl
to tl Be on Actress AelrniCLIVELANP Aelr AelrCULANO ActressCtZVZLAND
CLIVELANP Ohio April Alr 1 2MII 2Miss Miss Bessin BessinJohnson BN BesalsJohnson
Johnson Johnlnthe the twentyyearold daughter dnuFhkr of ofMayor ofAayor ofMayor
Mayor Aayor Tom om L J Johnson has decided dtde to todesprt todesr todesFrt
desprt desr society II ty for the stage str and Is I now nowstudying nowtudylng nowstudying
studying under undlr a Now York tutor She Shomakes Rhomc Shemakes
makes mc frequent trips trpl to that city to toko tokolessons tao taole talcolesson
lessons lessonsMian le lessonMiss Sml
Miss Ml SmlMl Johnson Johnsn U I one onl of the most attractive attractiveyoung attratho attrathoyoung attractiveyoung
young women wom n in this city cl She huts ap appeared apr tippeiared ¬
peared r in local lol amateur theatricals thelrcls Her Herfriends Hrfrendl Herfriends
friends frendl say 1Y that she Iho ha h hai talent tal t that Is sure sureto ture turet sureto
to t make mko her a successful luCrul actress actressMlM acr actressMiss
Miss MIN Johnson Johlsn receives rtt a largo rum Ium of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money weekly Wckly from trm her hlr father and ad with withthis withthis Ith Ithtbl
this tbl she he Is equipping herself hetlt for forthe the Mage MageShe stageShe ta e eSho
She expects exp to blossom blolm out next nfxt year yer an ni a astar astar astar
star and ad will l head her hlr own 011 company cmpy and andbe ad adbe andbe
be her own 01 angel agl Mayor Johnson Johrn is II op opposed opposed ¬
posed to his daughters dughte courts CUN but thus thusfor thul thusfar
for p all al of his hil protests protots have proved proo futile futileANOTHER fUlle fUlleAOIIE futileANOTIEfl
ANOTHER NEGRO POSTMASTER lmfTUIER lmfTUIERNo POSTMASTERNo
No White hle Man fan In Ionls lonll Mist m left r to toTake toTke toTake
Take Tke the omee OfficeNEW omeeEW omeeNaw
NEW EW OnLKANB OnLPNs L L La April Aprl 2 2The Tha Tl whiten whitenof whitesof hlel hlelor
of Jasper Jpr county count Mississippi lpllppl nro Irl sm stirred stirredup Hllred Hllredup stirredup I
up by tho 1m appointment appintment of a negro negr post postmaster postmaster t tmter ¬
master mter at Iecnia Lnia tire o miles mie south futh of ofPauldlng otPaulding ofPaulding
Paulding the county couty seat Nat Th Thl The office officehad omt officebad
had been bn held until unll a short Ihort time tmo ago ngoby Igo Igoby agoby
by a white whJl man mn who has moved mo away awayAll awayAll
All the white whie citizens ctznl of that that part pr of tho thocounty thl thocounty
county couty have recently rently moved move away with wih the theexception theeXCptlon theexception
exception eXCptlon of ono or two who 1ho did not care cr carsto i ito
to take tal the post office omC and who asked Rke that thatit thatIt thatit
it tie discontinued I
Tl The region is thickly populated with withnegroes
rgon tickly ppulale 1th 1thnlRrO
negroes nlRrO who have a church chur and school schoolnear schoolnear
near ner the post pt office ofe and they thlY Kent Int In a peti petition pet petition ¬
tion ton asking that Heard Mr a 1 negro negr school schoolteacher Ihol Iholtllhr schoolteacher ¬
teacher tllhr be b appointed applntl which was u done doneMEXICAN doneUESleA doneMEXICAN
MEXICAN UESleA U01 on FIRED FIn > ON ONTwo 0 0T0 flYTwo
Two T0 Soldiers ldlf and Two T0 Citizens Ollel Killed Utf In a aBlot aRtot aBlot
Blot at Monterey MontereyMOTEBET MontereyMojTsnsT lontfre lontfreMOlERET
MOTEBET MOlERET Mexico Mexc April AprI2Durlng 2 2DurIng During the thocelebration theclebraton thecelebratIon
celebration clebraton of tho victory eory of Puebla Pfbl this thismorning thismorng thismorning
morning morng a riot rot occurred our in which four fourpersona fourprns fourpersona
persona prns two t10 soldiers sldierl and two citizens citizenswere oltzl citizenswere
were killed kie and many maT wounded woundedA woun e
A crowd crwd of about abut 15000 150 citizens cUns citiY4ms had 11d gath gathered gth gthtnd gatherect ¬
erect tnd at tho residence rlidene of Gen G4n Bernardo BernardoReyes Braro Braroe BernardoHayes
Reyes e the Governor Goveror of otthe the its State Stte of New NewIron Newln NewLeon
Iron on the Raragoca Rrg Plaza Pl shouting shoutingDeath loutng loutngJth shoutingflrath
Death Jth to Gen Reyes ReyrThe RYM RYMle ReyesThe
The police fired on tho mob which
le plc fir 1hlch was wascomposed Willicompl wascomposed
composed compl of the thtprl partisans l of the te candidate candidateopposing cdidate cdidateoppla candidatenppoeLnGen
opposing oppla nppoeLnGen Gen Gen Reyes Ry for Governor Govor of New NewLeon NewLeon
Leon LeonODELL LeonOPEL
Ln LnODELl
ODELL HEEDS A PROTEST PROTESTVoting PRTTS PRTTSun PROTESTSoling
Voting un Machine Xale Commliilon ermtntoD Appointed Appelntedby Aplt Apltb
by b i the Governor GovernorALBANT Goveor GoveorALAN GovernorMeANT
MeANT ALAN April Aprl 2 2Toay Today the thl Governor Governorappointed Gvcmor Gvcmorapplnl Governorappointed
appointed applnl the following folowg as members membr of the theVoting theVotl theVoting
Voting Votl Machine Mhlno Commission Cmllon Frederick Ferck H HBetts HBtt HBetta
Betts Btt of New Nlw York Yor city ciy cityln In place p1 of otPbUpT otPbUpTDge ofPhiilp Philip T TDodge TDodge
Dodge Dge JohnH John H Barrof Ba Barr ot Tompkins Tompklln Tompkllnot in place placeof placeof
of Henry Henr Thurston Turtn and Harry n DeB DB Parson Parsonof Parn Parnof
of New York ork city reappointed reappolntedDYNAMITE rpplnted rpplntedDrAUII reappointedD1N4IZTE
DYNAMITE DrAUII WRECKS WRECK TRAIN TRAINAmerican 1RUNAmerlea TRAiNAmerican
American Amerlea Engineer Fcner and ad rive Ju Mexican MexicanKilled MexicanslUlled
Killed Kie by the te Explosion ExplosionCiunOAHUA Eptolton EptoltonCuneAUUA ExplosIonCiiinuanu
CiunOAHUA CuneAUUA Mexico Mezlc April Aprl 2 2Ne 2Newe News was wasreceived wurle wasreceived
received rle today from trm Santa Bt Barbara Beba of the theexplosion theexpl0lon theexplosion
explosion expl0lon of a hundred hundre hundredpoundaof pounds of dynamite dynamiteat dyto dytoat
at that place plac which wrecked wrke one oneot of the theGuggenheim theGuggenolm theGuggenheim
Guggenheim Guggenolm ore trains trn and killed kUo the theAmerican theAercn theAmerican
American Aercn engineer engner and five fe Mexicans MexicansThe Mexc MexicansThe
The train trln was destroyed destroyedBEQUEST detroye detroyeI detroyeDEQUES destroyedBEQUEST
I
BEQUEST TO MRS J P MORGAN MORGANCbsrles 110 ORGANaarl ROAN ROANCharles
Charles aarl E E Whlteueads fbitebeadi Will 111 Also Makes MakesMany ItaN ItaNMan MakeMaul
Many Man Gifts to CbartUe CbartUeTho CarU CliarlUesThe
The 110 will wl of Charles Crles E Whitehead Wbteheawho Wbteheawhodie who whodied whodied
died die at Alken Aken S C was WI filed fe for probate probateyesterday prbte prbteyeteray probateyesterday
yesterday yeteray The T estate estt is said to be large largebut J largebut
but but its It value 1u does dol not appear alpar Mr White Whitehead Whie Whitehead
head h made mo bequests beqUI of 12600 16 2100 each to t the thaYoung the theYoung theYoung
Young Mens Men Christian Cisti Association laUon and andthe andtbe andthe i
the Childrens Cldrns Aid Ad Society Siety and of o 11000 11000each 11000each 1 1each
each to the Sunny Side Day Nursery Nurr tho thoNew thoNow theNew
New York Exchange Exchag for Womens Work Workand Workad Workand
and ad the th Society Bety Socletyfor for the Relief RUet of Poor Por Widow Widowwith Widowwth Widoicwith
with Small Sm Children ChildrenA Cidn CidnA
wth A threepanel threejel embroidered embriderd screen ern the thowork thework
work of Mrs Mr Whlteliead Whithead Is i left to Mrs MrsJ l MrsJ th
J Pierpont Piernt Morgan and ad an oval portrait portraitin
in oils oll of Mrs r Annie Aie Curtis CrJ Noyes Noylt Noyesto ova portrt portrtIn to Miss Mi
Annie Morgan Morga Bequests uest of 12600 1 each are aremade aremade
made to t Henry Q and ad S B Sharpe Sh and ad a to
Mrs Mr mae Ira Ir Davenport Danpor These T bequests blUtA are aremade aremde1 aremade t
made mde1 in loving lovig memory mfmor of their the1 theirdear dear e father fathr
Oen George Gre H Sharpe SharpeThe Shr SharpeThe
The Te house hoU and ad Its I contents at 89 a West
Thirtyeighth Trtylghth street Itrt together togthr with wfb a cash
bequest bqut of 110000 100 are ar left to t Mrs 111 Lucy c
Page Pa Whltehead Wlhea the testators testtor wife wle Sho Shoalso ShoII Shealso
also II gets gu the th residuary rsiduar estate osllo after ater a num nu ¬
bee br of minor mor bequests beqult to t various Taiou relatives relaUvesMARRIES rltiv rltivMARRIES relativesMARRIES
MARRIES A 4 BULL FIGHTER FIGHTERA FIGH1 R RA
A Wealthy Young Woman ef f Mexl Mexico
the Bride BrideMEXICO Bre BrideMaxico
MEXICO BElC CuT CIT Mexico Me1o April Apr 2 2Uao 2UaoGU 2Santiago 2SantiagoGil Santiago SantiagoGil
Gil Peter the noted bull fighter known
Prc note bu fgtr kwn kwnPlenta as asPimlenta asPlznienta
Pimlenta Plenta has 18 married mr Dolores Dlor Munor Munory
y Pagava Paa a I wealthy fath young woman of ofthis orthla ofthis
m
this T city cl The 1le brido bdo and nd bridegroom Ir left
bllm ltt
here on or their th1 way to Europe Eup where wher they the thewllnd
will wllnd spend their thei honeymoon honeymoonJudge honyoon honyoonale honeymoonJudge
Judge ale Coedwlns Gowa Daughter Duabl a Suicide SuicideST SuieteeST utode
ST Louis April ApI2l 2 2MIss Miss Clara C C1ar Goodwin Goodwinaged Owt Goodwinaged
aged qe 18 daughter duh r of Judge Jude Goodwin Gwi of ofGrand otGr ofGrand
Grand Gr Tower HI I killed lle herself her this tb after afternoon atr atrnon afternoon ¬
noon non after atr a quarrel qulwth with her 1r married md sister sisterMTU mterM ulsterMrs
Mrs M Albert Abr Addorly Adely witb whom hom she had bad
been bn making mkln her home home She shot herself
in the heart heartDnPont be beDont heartDuPont herl
DnPont Dont Powder Rollins BWl Mills la Blow BI Up LpWiumtoTOK UpWIUOTN UpWrwcniovox
WiumtoTOK WIUOTN Del April Apr prfl 2 2Te 2The The rolling rollingmills rolig roligm rollingmUle
mills m of the t DuPont Dnt Powder Powdr Company Cmpy
blew this evening with loud
reportbut
blw up thl evig w lou reports
but no one o on was injured Inju Two To other oter rpr mills
mi
blew blw up last Jt evening eveningI
I
GOT G fidel Oe Wgss ap gus Excise Eea MU MUALBANT BD BillAvnaxy
ALBANT AL April Aprl 2 2Oov Oov Odell Oel today todaysigned tooay tooayae todaysigned
signed the te Rains Jtl bill bi increasing Icalng excise excisetaxes excisetacs1nthlaState50peroent
taxes t tacs1nthlaState50peroent ae in this tl State SuI M per cent ct ItlsChip I 1
tar t US 11 of the t laws of IMS IMSBnttV pr lD lDBv l03Birastss C
BnttV Bv Extract I e f Vanilla TaaUUaBM TaU
BM 1 A Au 55 Hkrn ski told BtdoU tc against a all a otasr oUebr bnass
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MONROEDOCTRINBEXPOUNDKD MONROEDOCTRINBEXPOUNDKDNO MONROEDOCTRHBEIPOUMDB MONROEDOCTRHBEIPOUMDBNO
NO INDIRECT 1DIEC EUROPEAN EVlOPEAN CON CONTROL CN CN1nUL VOATZfOL
TROL SAYS ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTThe
The e President PNldmt Says Our Policy Pole Net Notel Only Onlynil OnlyITIII
nil 111 Not Allow AloW Seizure 8tm of Territory Terrltsrybut TI
but bu Dill 11 Not ot Permit Control Contrlln ControtOtye ControtOtyeDocuments Give GiveDocuments
Documents Documetl In the Veneznela memel Case CaseUeclarci a aae aaeDeclarri
Ueclarci Dtlare for a lug Navy NUYle Navylie He Has a aUvelv aInly aLhely
Uvelv Inly Day Among Amon the Chleagoaas ChleagoaasCHICAGO ae aeCrcAoo UiieagoasCnrcAO0
CHICAGO CrcAoo April Aprl 2 2Clcg 2ChIcago Chicago today t took tooka t tooka
a day off from its warm municipal
of Il wan mulclplo cam campaign ampahgn ¬
paign Ign to do honor to President Preldtnt Roosevelt Ronelt
Both Bth rides Aldl In the citys clY1 municipal municip batUs btUe
have hve striven all al day dy long to outdo outo each eachother eb ebother eachother
other In showing the
courtesy oure y to tle Presi Pr ¬
dent Tonight at tho ho Auditorium AudltorlUt Mr
M
Roosevelt Rlnlt mode mao an oration orton on the tle Monroe Monr
Doctrine Dotrne and ad its Il strongont trongot and moat neces necessary ne usceasat ¬
sary sat pillar pillara a
1r piara great mat navy nvy nvy11ayr
Mayor 11ayr Carter Caror Harrison UarJlon sat St beside bald him himand himand himand
and applauded vigorously Igorousl Graeme
opplaudl Gram Stew Stewart Sew Sewa Stowart ¬
art a who as a Republican Rpublcal candidate cdidate leads le leadthe
thl the i opposition ii iithe tlon 10 Mr Jarrn harrison sat near
the opp President Prtlldent and was also conspicuous ne
speech speechIADIM lph lphJAn by speechIatnas his hl approval opproa This Till is I a the onsplcou Presidents Presidentsspeech Prlidnt Prlidntlph Presidentsspeech
JAn AM AXi flZNTLf fJSTLI ilzxvtrtIi JIKV ToUnr roonT I Wish to
peak IPok tiiyou 1111 not no merHv mtll about thut the IblMonr Monroe Monr e
Jjortrlne UoMrlne but nbout nbut our Olr entire tnUn portion In
tho Western We tlr Hirolpljcren Umlpllren petition 1ltontn vo
Iculh peculiar and Ind predunilnint prfdUlllnln that thl Iolllon out of Itha it has
crown trown this th ncceptnnce ntIIRno of the tl Monroe lonrO Doctrine Dcrlne
iw n cardinal rarlnol fenturn Ioturt of our foreign policy policythe
Ind and In pnrtculHr partlciihsr t vlh lh 10 10int point fOlhr Olt out whet Ilc has
bn n dont donc durlnl during the Ihl lifetime Ir Um of lr wllt the last I I i
Conitroiw Conlfllln toi tunIcs JRkond uon tioral < l our olr petition po llon In accord Icoord ¬
ance nnt ancewllh with this hl tnrlopolicy hhtorlo i
Ever flr lnoe Inof the Ih tlpie 1m tint plcy when wln we e definitely deftely
extended nlndN our boundaries houml rl t wetwnrii e twnra to the I
Iacino 101110 and Hoiitlinnrd oulhnd to the tti thror lulf alnoa alma
the Ihp time 1mI when whtn the Ihl old ftpanlnh tl UultAaD and Portu I
RueM eolnnle to the Ih south Poru i
IUt8 rlolll Iollth of us UI inserted suer Hr
thrlr Independence IndflladtnN our lur nation has Indued Inch
that because hlllll of Its nrlmaer In strength Inht amonr
the th imtlonoi Inton antIon 01 olls the thl iiestera Jr1mRcrln cMern r llrl HemUphfr lmlphtr Ilrnth alClut ifrTim t I liii
certain Ntaln diitlod nnd P ponKbllltles > which
dul t
2h ohll ohhlil LTiA0 tt to ta takf take > I ii J Iodln idlnpnrt pnlblll tnrt Part thereon Iheron blr We
hold that our lntere Intrttl Interets < tK In tJiU 11 hit hemlnphere hlmlphfr are
greeter r lion those tho of o uny Hn European Power ar j
po Mlbl lbly can lln fl be b und that our olr furopaa duty to toour our
elves 1fI and to the Ih nenler If er republic rpubl who OuI an
our celtfhbor nfhrhbr require reulr u 10 its to nee e that non noaef fleas jif
the irrest et military miltoy powers P from across ncrD ths ti tiseni
w WM seni > ns ohall hnlenrronlh encroach upon the tht territory of th the
ItrUorYOrt
American over AllrlcRn republlci rePlblC or acquire control cntrol tiers t
THE TiE PASA rA IAUA I I A TACAU 1urH rAAtltii
Thl policy Iolc therefore thtrlrort not only on I forbids us
to 0 ncpulesre Icqultrt itequlsre In Kiich Ih terrltnrinl trlorlnl acquisition nrQullrlon u
but also alo rallies cnlA n < to object to the tiegulre tiegulreect acqutre
mtnt of n control whleh hllh wOllld In thlljUI I Itq effert ect b be
equal quol to terrltorlsl aczrandlrepient IItc This ThHthat b l lI
I 14 why hl thl the lnlttd tnlteil hlllleo utftndI7tInt h sleiuilly believed d
flfldly ble
that Ihlt the he conMriictlon cnlruclon of the great rr t Jdbmlan
Il hthllan
Ilat
canal the Ihl bulldlnr buldlnr of which is I to stand llnd n
the rreate rrllt t material matfrla tent of the twentlsth
century NnhnYtIRle centurygreater ereater than Ihln any nnl Minllar lnlar rot fast cat teaUetI In InaD any
nrecwdlne podlmr centnryshonld lntlrlolld bn b h done don by no
foreign rorlen nation nUon but by our nhirelvra elrrs The canal n
bust luot of necessity nlc y BO 10 throu Ihrolrh through li the Ih territory rlto A
hf one of our olr siniiller mlltr slrter I tn republic We V VI
ha Ibis Iln been erupiiluly IPllolI 14frU earerul rrUblc to alntaR abttaj
I from Toni perr perpctratlig rrlraUrlr > etratln nm 11 iiii wrong wronj upon any an of
upn
these the republlra rtplbll In till inntter We do not I
I wish to Interfere Inllftl with 11I1r their rights In the tb
1 tet lessi a t but blt while 1111 rarefnlli wih Mfo atnguartting uardln rlht them
rlrlll fljulrlnl tltl
to build buid the the canal oiir olr ohirIre Ire rei under niidsrprovlsjnne provlnlonn
which will wi enable enble in 1 I If necessary nlllar IlderpfoTblonl to 0 polios
pUo
and protect prolec It nnd to auarantee Its nnel neuIntention neu
trRlt trailty we blol beIng the 11t sole Iuaran Iuarntqr guarantor Our
Intention was 1UIfndrlol wftjtsadfil steadfa we desired d action
Wf
taken 00 o tliHt IhH Clio canal clnt could always lrl bn aClo used
by us In thus Inll of peace and WAr alike aUk b and UI In
Jite 11
time lml of war ooiim Clld never nlr be b used utd used to our detri ¬
ment by 1I nny nn nation nalon which wan wnl hostile to u
Huch action lon by the clrcum Ctrrul1atenCeseuoLjfl4 tanresurround bostle 1
Inzlt Inll was necetMrllv npcrlhl crcultanCurun for the benefit boeOt and not notw 10
Ihe arlrlment lietFIfOCilt w w wrepublics or iii u adjacent American
republics republicsAfter republC republicsAtIr adacnt Amlcaa
After Arer considerably eon lderbly more mor than half of ora a
JRlXr rentury iheiK these olJects ohJc have hale been bD hlr exactly Ixactl
fulfilled fil tled by bth thn legislation lealIton and treatiesof tretla treatle of
the last two rears a Two years ao we w WR n
no further turhtr advanced toward Jlr the construction
nf adnc towaN the CtroUon
of the Uthmlan bthmin canalon canal on our terms than thanyears ha
W vu h lied b becO dlrnCthe during the prececting tr ixiutv
prClnw
elM
years a By Br the HayPaunoefota Ha7Paunofole treaty
trat
ratified ratt In I Decernber Dolf r t 111 isol OI an n old treaty rety with
irrot nat Britain Drlal which bleb had ha been bn held he tralYlt d to stand
In the tb way wa wu 1 sbroeated abrolate and Id It Iw was wa aareed aareedIt
that the cnal cflal should be conrtructed under
b conltrucd Ilder
t the ma 8 a auipks 1 or th the loTerornent onmmtnt or the Palted
Hides latel adtht and that thlOofrnrtnt thIaOorerziint should UnIt bar
IbQld
the ecull cxclitiilie ribt right to rnlale regulate ad and minus bae
It I becoming bcomll the sole aruarantor tuarantor of Its ma lieu lieureilly ¬
trality traty It I was WIS expressly z r stipulated tpla further furthermore ruer ruermor furthermote ¬
more mor that this tbl guaranty Iullranty of neutrality should
not prevent prnat the United Untt States Stlts neutraUtraout from roln taking Uklnaany tkl
any measures mUlur which wblc It I found rOlad necessary n In Inorder InoNer Inorder I
order oNer to secure lcure by IU own OW forces torOI th ti dtfeno dtfenoof dteap dsfenoof n
of the United Unie States 8 brlt UI and the malatcnaaos malatcnaaosof mainlanineeofputille
of ofputille jnibllc blo order orderpassed orlr orlrImmeiately orderImmedIately mItD8o
Immeiately ImmedIately fololnl following tbl this traty ongrcu j jpad
passed pad a ala law under which the President Pruldet was wastory wa wasauthorized
nuthorlzld authorized to endeavor to sacir a treaty
for autrlnw acquiring the rlb rlaht 1 to nnlh mliii ICr the lb ODStiUQ trt
lon tlon of and to oprat operate th Paa Panama eDt CnsJ
which hd had alrady already bn been btn Demo tn the cl clwhlcb ter tern
tory of Colombia by a French company eom
Tho rights rlwls of this thl company were wer aoeorcjloirnr aoeorcjloirnrobtained aoor m y t
eompny
obtained obtlnd and a treaty negotiated with T TRepublic tha <
neroUted wi
Rtjublo Republic of Colombia ColombiaThis ColombiaTis ColombiaThis
This Tis treaty has ha just b bn been n ratified rtnt by b the thsof thenat
Senate nat I It relrVN reserves al all 01 Clomb1 Colombias raht rIth rIthwhile
1hle while Iaa guaranteeing lnl al all Or ou our OW own Id and U thoee thoeeof j
of neutral aeutra nations and spedfloally permj permJte permJteii
naUonla pdfoaJr
us II ii to I take any and a all m mNur measures aaurea for pmi la t the d de ca
fonoe flno of the canal and ad a for the le preservatU preservatUof
of our Interests Interestsan Interlu oa whenever heneTlr la i our ur PrnUo JUd JUdan Judginsai Judginsaian
an exigency e1tlencY ma maon ml may alt arias 1lm whlc9i ci calls for action actionon
on our part 11 In i other ote words these tbe aOB aOBon two
pr tw
treaties Irete and the legislation Ilrlaton wos to t carry usm usmout thins thinsOut
U
out bare rulld resulted In our obtalnlnf c i ihes tin cx cxachy
act achy v thl the ttm tering we d dlred obtllnr the rlehtJwn4
prlrlele prlksgps whic which 11 we hadsolongcoughttnyaln 1f 10 lonr te sur r Y d I IThese
tX tXact
Thes These hes treaties trlel ore amour amOllr the most r Impo tmp lmpottai
that vn w have ever negotiated In their ek
upon upn the future ftur welfare 118 nlroUte of this tb country 0 an
mark k a memorabfu triumph trlulph of Amen 1 1omcYone
diplomacy diplomacyone omcYone one of those tOM t1io fortunate fortunat tiiom tiiommoreover trlutnp UD
moreover morr which redound to the benefit
the entire enlre world worldTRB 10rld 10rldTn worldTill whIc round t t beAf
Till Tn TEXtrCSbAM TBN1EUX TSOUBLM TSOUBLMAbout T018L TItOUsLIAbout
About Abut the same 1me time tme trouble troube arose SPSS a
motion necla with 1l the Republic of Vef8 Veqezusl Veqezuslcause vsnesuela be because ¬
>
cause causebeen of certain wrongs aulegea to baYs
been beenthis bu ommlle committed < orn wonp and Dd debta debt nlere o overdu t hi f
this till republic rpublo to citizens cllunl of varloossYorsI u
Powers Io notably notbly England Tol Germany si a
Erld Oerm
Italy Jar After Afr failure raur to t rn rench an a agreemesi
these tbe Powers P01F b btan beran jran a blocku blockutuelan blocJao blockade fc a or the yeas 1
tuelan zueJI coast rut and a condition ondlton or t tensued I coastwar Ue r I
ensued enue The concern cnor of our ou Oo Oowas Oovermea5
was W of course cur not to Interfere Intr er n needlessly OT e eany ha 4
any quarrel QUII so far ra M It did d d not Det too tuoo touch oi
Interests lalerltl or our ou honor hono and axd not to t ta take t tattItude
no t
ttlludl attItude of protecting proleclaw from fomOrclol coercion say
Power l01r unless wo W were willlnit to espouseThi espouse th t tqurrcl
quarrel Qureloftbat ues of ofAthat Athat that Power r wlnc trot tt to t ke l heap epu p an atti t ¬
tude of watchful Tllla vigilance and ad ses 1 a bat ta aate th thno thus f
1U was DO Infrlntmentor tnfrlneement of the Mon Moore Doctrios tbt
no acquirement aCurment of territorial rights Dor by bysister
Eurpn Fiiropeaii Powr Power at Ibe lb lertrta n zpensoof n rrht of a I
sister I tlr republic republo1beler republicwhether whether I Imight his ioqtiIsltlo W I Imishi
might mlh t tavowvd tke take the slap hp of t an ntright AQnltUor and
avowed avow seizure lure of tenii teniiof tertor territory or a of QUtrht QUtrhtavow thu sxais t tof
of control cntrol which would In effect ff ct be Uu qulvaisot uIvs1int
ill IU l sIllrs
This Thil attitude wa epmaosd pres 4d In the two twoanda wo
following lolowlnr publisher IbUb Wig ntlanda meippranda pl anda the thei tb eras
bllnl being i > eln r the tbe better Iptlr addresied ad by thft tb he Secretary at
of State Rtae to t the tl herman > rnnan ran ru Ambassador Ambando Srt th th the sec secof
ond the cnnrUo conversatIon with the ecrstary
of sador Idor State Stte reported rpn by the U Wt British BrlU acta Ambas Ambu ¬ C
DUoTP7 Dxpaxneswr DxrA rusxT or o Bun
WAsnwoTOX D Dxc XJ It IM1I IM1II
llt lilA KzrlC E2CCflCltCV wnOIFD Dr tea O jiolteben oltbl Ic ltl t
I Dun KXCELLXXCT ECEXIC I luclos Ido Inelose a mem m msaQTfttldUflt memoranduijl
oranduijl QrnduD QTfttldUflt by bl way of rpl reply to t that which you 4
did me the tbshonor be honor to leave with ih me on Satur 71 ¬
day dl and td am am as a ever faithfully I tulthnullZ ulr yours 8tu
ouf
JOM Jo Joxzclar HAT HATTha aUT aUTMJOIUCI
I
MJOIUCI aiatonLvpcst aiatonLvpcstThe
The he President Pr ldeDt la I bl biq nessace It6e of the fli M Mof Mor atof
of CuarA u December Deombr tool IDl used U the te following roUowl Ian IanCuarA II langufte J
CuarATbs Tbs e Monroe onro Doctrine Dotrae is a declaration that
there t N must bo b no 10 territorial urlol anrndlz aggrandizement declartion lrDd zmat m tht nt ntnation
bf by an sop nonAmtrlMa Ponrlt the expense expenseof
o of any Americn American Ionr on Amflc Amerkan eXPn soil t
It II I In no w wIse lalAndN Intndsd al hostile to lol any
nation ulon In the thl Old World Worldh lotUo 8
The h President Ptldtlt further rurher said
This dorno doctrine has b noUiInc no Mnr to t do with
the commercial relations rttaloa cf fr any an Amsrloan wih
cmmerca
Power save 11 say thatlt that It In I truth toth allows Arlo each pf
them to form such as II a It desire deI No We W do donlshment donot donot
not paanue guarantee an any 8t State alaln againt t punishment nlshment
I If It mlaonducs misconducts Itll Itself providers pnlhmnt hat pun ¬
ishment laelt do dol does not taketB tae take the form of tht the pn so aouisttiofl soJilt
ao
hw Vower ulltloa uisttiofl or trltl territory by anT 10nAmec nonAmerican I
Jilt ml Excellency EcUenc the German Ambassador j
on o his bi hi recent nt return tu from Berlin Brli Ambu conr eonvuyd yed
personally PnonU to t the t President Prfldtlt the thaiiovernment aAnrance aAnranceof onn7 I
or tb the Gr German Epror Emperor that t h his Majestys raO t
iiovernment Ionmmnt had ba no purpose or laHr Intention
10Jrp latntol
to make even elen th the amaUect mUe acquisitIon of ter ¬
ritory rlol mae on 0 the tb South Sutb American acutoa continent eootiaentspirit eOUneDt continentor lr o l
or th tte tlanda Islands adjacent Ametc This voiuitary
ad and frlfndr friendly dlaraUon declaration aacnt was u Tl aftrlr afterward oUt is
pa pouted to th the 8elar CTetrT or Statit and ws i
rIVe received by WI the JI Prvsidtnt nt fnd end Rtte the psepls ICt or
the the Cn UnIte4 fitatea ftate 10 tLe Las rra frank t ai anc cordial o
spirit Iprt In I which W Ic It it was 1 offered oltl In Uie Ut Utorpndum or sjem sjemorandum I Ior
orandum or dum of the te llth ofDeoeraber of Dfm Deocrener Els ma maceUeney Kx
tflleney ceUeney Uenc tns lb ilennan rl Aratuusador Albaor I repeal rps 4
these tb assurances no as a a fellows toloWI W we = d oae oaespeoiaI3y oUr
speoiaI3y Pr that UDdarJU1 under sq drllVautaa cizemataoei Lf d
n 5 cOlillder IA our POott UIIn UIe asgeMluos 1IJIIUOa 4

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