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GLAYIS GLAVISBBGIKS BBGIMS HIS STORY STORYINQUIRY STORYQUlIUZNro STORYINQUIRJNO
INQUIRY QUlIUZNro INTO THE HALL1GKR HALL1GKRCHARGES IULri1l0XRCIlAII0E B4LIJNGICRC1AROE
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WmHlKOfOH N Jan 24 The aocalled aocalledBallingerPlnchot iocaIdaUIngerPInchot ocalledBalUnaerPiDchot
BallingerPlnchot investigation wa wu be begun beuntodAy begun ¬
gun untodAy today by the joint committee oom ltteeor of the theRnite th thl1it theAnt
Ant l1it and the House appointed In ac aci aoeotdance socordance
i cordance with Ith the term of the resolution resolutionadopted resolutloDI zeeo1utloaadopted
I adopted by Congress and approved by byPresident b7PrMIdent byPrIdent
President Taft Glfford Pinchot the theformer theiormer tb tbornier
iormer former ornier Forester of tho Agricultural De Department Department Departznetzt ¬
partment into whose hoe conduct as bead of ofttt of1M offores
ttt 1M forest 1 service vke lee the oommltt oommlttInquire w111 w111hiqulre IU IUt
Inquire t was a present at the opening openington open1n1aJ s sskn
ton but Richard A rUlllnger Secretary Secretaryof Se reta17of
of the tbentri Interior Intrf r was not there therel thereTh thereTb
l The Th session of the committee waa wuin held heldin
in a largo room in the Senate office oc build building bulktmi buildln ¬
ing ln It ts t a very attractive att otIv chamber and andr andws
r waa sufficient In ir sle Ie to accommodate accommodatethe
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the good sited crowd of participants and andspectators andap
4 spectators ap The members lD ra of the com committee commUt cornm1tti ¬
mittee sat s at a alone lone table with wit Senator SenatorNelson SenatorNel SenatorNetsn
Nelson Nel Netsn the chairman at the bead the theSenate theSenate theSnte
Senate members mem bera on the left and the House HouseMembers HoWIem6mbera flouemembers
Members on onthe the right At the foot of the thev thetable thetable
v table was Louis R ROInll Glavis flavi the young man manjwho manwbo manwho
i jwho who was a dismissed dl from the Government GovernmentUnd
< Und service M s lce for making charges sgainst sgainstSecretary aplnstretaly agalnetSe
Secretary Se etary Ballinger which President Prell dent Taft Taftregarded TaftIarded TaftrejardOd
regarded as unjust It Is these charges chargeswhich charleswhich chargeewbkh
which form to the basis of the Congress Congressinquiry ConcreMlaquIrT Congreeainquiry
inquiry With Mr Glavis Olalst sat his counsel counselThe coulUlelThecommJt couneelThe
The ThecommJt committee met at 230 30 and called calledMr calledMr calledMr
Mr Glavia to the stand but before rora be had hadproceeded hadp badprooiedd
proceeded p very very far a desire was al shown shownby shownby hownb7
by certain members of f the tb committee for foran foran foran
an oUtline of what it was as proposed to toprove topro toprove
prove pro b by U t tbe > e witness Thereupon Louis LouisD
D Brandies of Boston attorney for forGlavis lorOI forOlavie
Glavis OI vls took the floor and occupied most mostof moetof
of the afternoon in outlining the case caseTh cueTh caseThe
Th actual testimony of Mr Olavis Olavisraised OlavlralaM Olavisraised
raised a question of professional ethics ethicsrather ethiCsrath ethicsrather
rather rath r thn th n one ne of official misconduct misconducton
on the part of Secretary Balllnger GUvIs GUvIst GlwlsiNtlfied
i > t testified that while h was al a special IpeolallClnt IpeolallClntof agent agentji agent1t15
1t15 ji of th Land L nd Office investigating o certain certainzppIIoeUo rUin rUink rtalnppllMtJOn
k applications for coal ooalland laud claims in Lewis Lewisoounty ewIet
1 bounty Wash known as th thi WUaon WUaonCoal WilsonCoal WUaonIcoal
Icoal Coal Company cases he secured a depo deposition depoaition depofsitiou
fsitiou sition from Watson Allen of Seattle Seattlewho SesttleWho Seattlewho
who represented 1hi 1h Wilson Coal C l Cora Corapany Compal11ln CornI
I PartY pal11ln In which AUen said that R A Bil Billinger BdUn BilI
I linger Un erth then n a practising practJ lnK attorney attom y who whohad whoI ho hobd
I had not yet become b come Commissioner C < of off ofthlaad ofthe
f th thlaad the Land Office hid h d drawn up an n agree agreej aJmtementlln agreement
j m mentlln ment nt snd nd t certain rtln d deeds eds to b 111 held b ld es escrow ellcrow eacrow ¬
crow conveying the thSlntereraln interest In the lands landsT
T of the theeDtrymen entrymen to the Wilson corpora I
tion 11 on
tionThoinference onhe he Thoinference f erenoe sought to b < s cpnYeye cpnYeyeBytK4 c9n15Y cpny4brtI
BytK4 5Y vrKHesa i4te wa was tint tb t Mr Ir Billlnger Billlngerfey 1111ngerUie
fey ike prefessionat service aervloolu h hid ren rendered rendered tendared
dered in this case bd been b n party to a aI a
I J transaction which Wblebould would hive ultimitely ultimitelyled ultim uly ulyled
led to perjury and a fraud on the public publicLand pnhUoLand pnbtloLand
Land Ofloe laws 1 He expltined th tht thtIt t tit tit
it was Wan necessary ort for an entryman in inmaking Inmaknrc inmaking
making bl his final proof to make affidavit affidavitthat aftldnltt11at afflchvitthat
that he e the e affiant was th the sole 801 party partyIn
In interest In the land patent patentf patentThewi
f The Thewi ThOWlthSlfl witness 1lrueplying in replying to i6 tAa a question questionadmitted quetlonadmltteod questIonadmitted
admitted ihit th t this hid no direct relation relationto
to the Cunningham coal land cases in inAlaska InAJaaka inMaskaeioept
Alaska Maskaeioept except as to its bearing upon the thegeneral theJeneral th thgeneral
general ooaduot OOBd ot of Mr Ballingor BallingorIt BaWDIrIfaa BeilIngrItwal
It Ifaa was at this th point that Representative RepresentativeDenby Repre RepresentativeDenby entlv6 entlv6Denby
Denby of Michigan showed some Im Impatience ImpatJeno mipaUenoo ¬
patience at the course the testimony was wastaking wastaking III IIIaklng
taking and asked to know what hat the wit witness witness It Itnro ¬
ness nro Intended to prove proveIn
In the course of his further explanation explanationMr efplana on onMr
Mr Brandies reached that phase of the theBalllngerPinchot theDalllnerPinchot theBalllngerPlnchot
BalllngerPinchot controversy which re related 111lated yelated
lated to the alleged statement t by Charles CharlesDavis CbarleaDa11I tTharleeDavis
Davis of Seattle S an Alaska coal claimant claimantin
in which wblahbe he Is I alleged to tohaye have told toldOIia toldOIiawbeaOI Gla Olavia Olaviawhen via viawhen
when wbeaOI Glavis asked bd him for an affidavit affidavitregarding atldavltregarding aMdavItregarding
regarding what hat Is known as the Hunt Hunty
I 1 y group of coal coalclatm claims that Commissioner CommissionerBallinger CommlllliorierBallinger CompiisslonerBallinger
Ballinger had told Davis to make no noaffidavit nomdJIlt noamdait
affidavit or statement tement until after the theGovernment theOovemmlmt theGovernment
Government hid made up Its ease Cue when whenhe
he would know just what ht he was wnpected wnpectedto expected expectedto
to refute refuteAt
I
At this point a dispute arose as to towhether towhether towhether
whether Glavis had ever communicated communicatedthla
tT thla information to 0 the Land Office OfficeGlavis omoeGIAVIS
Glavis OI vl was drawn into the colloquy and andcalled andcalled andcalled
called attention to a letter In the pub published publiMed pubIlahed ¬
liMed correspondence In which written writtenf
j 7 f to 0 the Secretary of the th Interior on an another another another ¬
other matterhe matterhebd had referred to towhat what Davis Davishad Da Dahad DsvLbad
had told him but bad received no reply replyfrom reptyrrom replyfrom
from Mr Ballng DalllnprChairman BeilingrbtIrrnan r rChairman
Chairman Nelson sought to establish establishthat establishthat tabUbthat
that the letter letterco containing talnin tatningthtimnforniatlon tatningthtimnforniatlonmigh < this Information tbllinformatlonmlab Informationmlgh
mlgh not have reached the Secretary per personally p personally r rt ¬
sonally t caUy Thereupon Attorney AttonieyBrandlel AttonieyBrandleloall Brandies Brandiescalled Brandiescll
called oall d d the attention of the committee to tothe tothe
4 the published correspondence correp ndeaoe to show showthat ROWtb showhAt
that tb the Secretary of th the Interior had hadacknowledged hdaeknowledpdthe hadacknowledged
acknowledged aeknowledpdthe the letter but had made madeno
no reference to the statement of the thealleged thet
t alleged all S conversation c o with young O l1 Dav DavMr DATtl DATtlMr DsvsMr
Mr Brand randiia thought this was significant significantbut al Uloant Uloantbut
but Representative Bep ta Obnsfed Obn fed by dint of ofquestioning ofqu6atlonln of4ultIonlng
questioning brought out that the matter matterwas matterwas
was 11 subsequently subs ubl qusatly discussed ed by byBAllinger byBAllingerand Ballinger Ballingerand hlll11aerand
and Glavis in a xsoafereaoe CO rer oe they held In InWashington inWuhlaltOn InWuhlngtonnd
Washington Wuhlngtonnd and a1 d that Beerstiry Bslllnger Bslllngerhad
had more than once denied d led that he ever evergsve eerpveanyuebadviceto evergave
gave pveanyuebadviceto any such advice to Davis DavisMuch D DMuch DavisMuch
Much of the therecttalby recital by Mr Brandlecovered Brandies Brandiescovered randIescovered
covered the matter ra sot t out la lathe th the pub published publiahed published ¬
lished correspondence aoe nce sent ntto to Congress CongressJoy ConareePy CongresI
I I Joy by President Taft Considerable Cof Interest Interestwas
was 11 aroused by the reference oe to the vlilt vilitWashington vlilti IAItI
I i to Washington in January 109 of exGov exGovMiles esGovMiles
Miles C Moore in behalf of the Cun Cunningham Cunnlnaham CunI
I ningham claims and the order which fol followed tollowed followed ¬
lowed almost immediately directing that thatthey thatthey at atthey
they be clear listed listedMr listedMr 1 1Mr
Mr Brandies emphasised the fact that thatat tbAt
at the time this order was W Issued Glavl Glavlwas Olavlawaa
was making preparations under orders ordersto orcterat
to make a full investigation of all th tht the theclaims
t t 1 claims As Asaoonaahebeard soon as he hoard of otth the th order orderhe
he wired Ired to Washington a protest and andsucceeded andLlI1 andsucceeded
succeeded LlI1 e in getting gettlnthe the patents held heldup hetdI heldup
I up Subsequently he found that Moore Moorehad Hoorey Moorhad
y had received while hlle In Washington in information InformatJon InformatIon ¬
formation as to what the Governments Governmentsagents GoT6tf1m GoT6tf1mapnta Goveemstagnt
agents gnt had discovered ta connection with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the Investigation of the Cunningham Cunnlnabamand eases easesand casesand
and copies oopteeot of all papers papersJust papersJuat papersJust
Just before Mr Brandies concluded OO oI his hisstatement hiertatament hisetatement
statement Representative Rep taUve Denby asked askedAsa askedAs ked kedA
Asa A As Asd result of ctoursummarrWbat your summary what chargos chargoso I II
d o you make makaThe makeThe
The at sttorne attorney for Mr Olavls explained explainedthat I
that Mr Bsilngar n raa aa CoauateBleer Cotnmllefeaeri1
i1 r j
I 4had
had taken an active part In the claims claimsand olalmand claimand
and had hadaotlulred acquired certain knowledge knowledgeconcerning knoled knoledOOftoePIIlns knowledgeOOnOenlng
concerning them themwbich which made it Improper Improperfor Impro t tfor
for him later to appear r aa counsel ror rortile for forthe forthe
the ooaplainanu Be B was careful to tostate toltate totat
state tat that he made no charges of cot corruption 001ruptJoa cotruption ¬
ruption He did charge char he said that thatBaUtager thatIIalIMapr thatBailMiger
BaUtager had acted improperly ery In or ordering ordwIac orderiag ¬
dering certain claims to patent with ex expediUsa upd ezpediticn
pediUsa ritho ithcut t sirisg f = Olirls G = e a ato c fanoe fanoeto no noto
to tarseUssts b = t tad 1 in according dins ah a ahcar ahcarItg hHr hHrIq r rc
Iq c to Moore la the interest of the claim claimants clairnants
ants and nd ordering the applications to toolear toolaar toclear
clear the tk list without notifying Glavis GlavisAt
At the conclusion of the attorneys attorneysstatement attorne attorneysststemnt
statement t8 11eat Olavls resumed his httelUmony hi testimony testimonywhore testImonywhere
whore it had ha4 been Interrupted but mos mosof mOIl mOIlof mostof
of It was wa devoted to reviewing what he hehad hehad
had said before beforeThe beforeThe tore toreThe
The hearing was adjourned until Friday Fridaymorning Frld1mornlnc Fridaymorning
morning whoa hen Glaris will resume resumeWOMANS r aumeffOVIINt resumeWOMANS
WOMANS CaAXCtTAT CIIANCEliTCOLriMIIA CIIANCEliTCOLriMIIASummer COLUMBIA COLUMBIAHammer COLUMaIARammer
Hammer 80100 Is t to Let 1 Her Study tad tody Law Lawand LawI Lawud Lawand I
and Medicine This Tear TearFor YerFor YearFor
For the The time in Inthe the history of ofColumbia orCoI ofColuibia
Columbia CoI h University women are to be beadmitted beadraJt beadmitd
admitted adraJt d to courses in law and medicine medicineThey medlciheThe7 medicikieThey
They will ill be received at the summer summersession aummerlealon summersession
session which begins on the first Wednss Wednssday Wednesdy
dy In July next nextHeretofore DeztHeretofore nextfleretofore
Heretofore no law courses have been beengiven beengivoti n ncien
given at the summer school The courses coursesscheduled courseaIcheduled coursesscheduled
scheduled for this year are personal p rIJonal prop property properl7 property ¬
erty criminal law bankruptcy and New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York procedure By combining work ork in inthe Inthe inthe
the regular law school with Ith the summer summersession summerle summersession
session le course men law students l can get gettheir aettbelr gettheir
their degrees at the end of two and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half years years instead of throe years yearsIn oMra oMraIn
In medicine fIve new courses will be beoffered beollered beoffered
offered They are pathology bacteri bacteriology bacteriology bactorlology ¬
ology medical diagnosis physiological physiologicalchemistry pb7lotoglcalobemletry physiologicalchemistry
chemistry and pathological nutrition nutritionFor
For the first time In several years the theuniversity th8unIversity theuniversity
university will III offer Instruction In library libraryeconomy IIbrryeconomy libraryeconomy
economy open to those engaged enaaaecJln In library librarywork IIbrat7workIn librarywork
work workIn ln politics end economics Prof ProfHenry ProfHenry ProfIfenry
Henry Jones Ford of Princeton and andProf andProl andProf
Prof Dewey DeI of Massachusetts Institute Instituteof
of Technology will give courses coursesThe coursMThe rourseeThe
The school of applied science Idenee111 will add addcourses addcouraes addcourses
courses in electrical engineering re resistance reslltanceor resistanee ¬
sistance slltanceor of matter steam power ma machinery machInery inschinery ¬
chinery and mechanics A special course ooursAn couraeIn
In n mineralogy will be conducted by Prdf PrdfA
A J Moses The university anlver lt is planning planningto
to accommodate from 2000 to 2600 stu students students tu tudentJI ¬
dents The Rev ne J Stewart Holden ol olSt orEJt ofSt
St EJt Pauls aul Church London will preach at
the Sunday services servicesThe eervlceeThe servicesThe
The Coburn Cobumadd and Ben Greet players are areto areto areto
to produce Skakespesrian plays pia In the thescrove lberove thegrove
rove < between Amsterdam Am t rnlUn avenue and andBroadway nd ndBroadway ndBroadway
Broadway at lltth street streetRAROESS ItreetRROEf14VGIlt streetfl4ROXEs
RAROESS RROEf14VGIlt VAVOUAX HVS HVSPrrnelt IJSFrfflM IEISSPreneh
Prrnelt Court Decide In Favor or King Kingl KtnsleopoldI1tUe lungLeopolds
l eopolds leopoldI1tUe < Wife Against His I I Daughter Daughterspfrtal DuahUrptridl DaughterSptca4
spfrtal caW Dtipittt lIlt1c lo THE sux SDKPARIS suxPARIS SuxPis
PARIS Jan 2 76The < The Appeal Court Courttas Courthu Courthas
hu tas ordered the seals that were placed placedon
orer B wer place
on the Villa Vila Balincourt Blncour after aftr the death deathof deat
of King Leopold Lpld to be b removed and ha hariven hihen hMden
hen DOMMsion DioD of the villa via tn t Rumnmui nh
I Vaughan Vaub wife leof of t the l late tjng Rng RngTho KngThe n nTe
The Te court cuh courthasalso has Also refused rruM J the theof 4rnand 4rnandof
of th the4 Princess PriMM Louise Ll e King KlngLpl Loopalda Loopaldaeldest Loopitdmoldest <
eldest edlt daughter da shcr for ttr an a luqulry Juqulr ti t b bmade be be bemade
made mdelnttb intotha intotheoWnerehip ownership of the property proJert7
The court curt has ordered orerrd the Princess Prinaessto PriMel PriMelt
to t pay pa the theonste costs o of the theaction theactionAMES action actionAMES acton actonUES
AMES FOR OR UtnCKS lDI HE ItT UtTla ItTflay T Tlay
lay la Hiate Httt Conrfrntstnan oDlrmln Urging l alui Open OpenCampaign Upln UplnCapalp openCampaign
Campaign Capalp rer the tie Senate SenatrBontoM 8matrBTOK SenateBosTox
BontoM BTOK J Jan2eCon Jan n24 Congressman < reuman Butler ButlerAmes Buter ButerAmO ButlerAmos
Ames AmO of Lowell Ll formally foraly announced anouncl to tonight tonigh tonight ¬
night nigh his candidacy cndida for the United Unit States StatesSenate 8Uh 8UhSnate StatesSenate
Senate to succeed Cabot
Snate auo Henry Cbt Lodge LodguFor LodgeFor
For some me time tme It has been bn known kown that thatAmes thatAmel thatAmes
Ames Amel had hd Senatorial Batorial aspirations uplratoD but It Itwas I itwas
was not until unt this week wek that he began begano bpn bpnt
t to o give Ilve luncheons lunchena to members memb1 of th thAglslaturo the there theLegis1atlre
Aglslaturo re 18tat re and an to do other things thlng to tourther t tofurther
further his
cause catiteThis Cue CueThIs causeThis
This afternoon aftmoon Col Ames Ame entertained entertainedseven entrtane
seven Iven State Senators Rnato at the Union Club Cluband Cluband Cluband
and yesterday yeteray he had h five Senators Hnator to touncheon toluncen toluncheon
luncheon luncen at the same place placeThe pl placeThe
The Senator Bnaton who ho have eaten on the lhaColonel IheColonel theColonel
Colonel are from fr different parts of the theitate theState theState
State and some of them are 1 tyiown fow I riown to toe tob tobe
b be > e opposed opped to Senator 8nator Lodge LodgeSenator L LodgeSenator
Senator Stor Mason Han of Haverhlll Haverhl is I acting actingaa aoinl
aa manager mnager for Col Ames AmesCongressman Am AmConl8man AmesCongressman
Congressman Conl8man Amessaid Ameud tonight tnlght that thatie tht ththe thathe
he ie proposed prop to make mak a fight fct for the Ben Senatorshlp Bn Bnatrlp Benst
atorshlp atrlp st rihip In the te caucuses cadct of next year yer and andn andIn andin
In n the te next Legislature LegislaturePOLICE Iglalatur IglalaturPLICE LegIslaturePOLICf
POLICE PLICE SIGNAL 8111 BOXES BXES AOAICommissioner toHCommtlorr AOAI tG41XCommluloner
Commissioner Commtlorr Baker orders Their Trlr Iae Iaela lileID FseIn
la The Te Bronx BronxPolice Rro roiu roiuPolice
Police lieutenants leuteta In the te Jorougb Porough of oflie ofThe ofThe
The Bronx received Nived orders orera yesterday yesterdayrom yetray yetrayfrom
from rom Inspector DptorFood Flood approved apprTed by Com Commissioner Commlloner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner mlloner Baker er that tat commencing this thismorning t thismorning
morning mrl at a oclock odok patrolmen ptlen on their theirposts theIrp theirpost
posts p ta must mut call e up tp their ther station ltUz houses housesevery hoU housesavery
every evry hour bou from trm the te police poloeaaal signal boxes boxesUatrlbutod bz bzdrlbut boxesdistributed
distributed drlbut alone an their the beats and give givetheir al altei givetheir
their tei name ne arid the number oubr of the le box boxto bz bzto boxto
to the lieutenant llett ileuten nt on the te desk deskThe deekThe deCThe
The police polce signal aiaal boxes bx were elte installed installedaok InIt11dbank
bank bk > in I Commissioner CoDlonr McAdooV McAdo time timePatrolmen te tepatlme timePatrolmen
Patrolmen patlme reported Nprt every hour hou of the six sixthat sixthat l ltt
that tt they were re on duty dut ana aa their teIr name nameand na nameand
and numbers nUzb were entered ete upon upn the te books booksy bok bookgby
by > y a policeman polc acting actc as a clerk clerkror for the theleutenant tbeJeutet thelieutenant
lieutenant Jeutet But when Commissioner CommissionerHagham CommlalonerIp r r4ngbm
Hagham came into lat ofice ofc oce he hj h decided dde that thatthese tat tatth thatthe
Ip ca
these th the clerks cle had b Utter be Wout out pounding poundingthe poudlncte
the te pavement pmet and a as ji result rut the signal signalsystem signalsystem Ie
system Item was abolished abolishedUnder ablie abolishedUnder
Under the te new system etm the lieutenants lieutenantsmust llunata llunatamut
must mut enter etr the DAme name and number nubera them themselves the thereSelves
selves selvesA tlvee tlveeA
A 4 WOMANS POSTSCRIPT POSTSCRIPTn IO TfCRIP TfCRIPIn
In n the he Form FOn of a Codicil CoJel to 0 Her ler Hill HillBenefiting WILlBeaIltIiig 1
Benefiting Hea ta aat 1t Off Oe Nephew NephewThe NephewTe WephewThe
The Te will l of Frances Foe Charlotte Carlotte Adams Adamswho AdI AdIho Adamwho
who ho was the tt wife le of Thatcher Tther MAdam MAdamand 1Adam 1Adamand MAdamsand
and who Wo died at Lenox Lo Mass cm o October Obr OctoberIL
1 IL 3 gives 150090 10 to the Society Blety for or the theRelief theRlel theReUef
Relief Rlel ave of Half Haf Orphan Orpb and ad Destitute DestituteSilldren DltU DltUCUd Destitutethlldren
Silldren CUd which 1 II payable Pyable twp year yearafter 7e yeerafter
after Iar the death deth of her husband huabd The Theund Thefud Thefund
und fud I to establish embll the Marion Mron Adams Adamsund AdamerUd Adainefund
und rUd In memory mory of her h adopted adopd daughter daughterMr I
Mr Adams Ad also at 10 leaves I 120000 1000 to the theChildrens theOjfldren
Childrens 1 Aid Ad Society Se and ad gives e her hus husband hu huband t ¬
band Olc 260000 000 Slid divides the residue residueamong rldu residueanions
among b her nephews nphr and ad niece nla She out cutff outol outoil
oil ff onlber Arden M Bobbin RbbiD a nephew aeplew In her hertrill herwU herwill
trill ol Aen on o account aount of hi his oonduot < nduc In the theale te teIe thealeofpropertlifl
wU ale aleofpropertlifl Ie of property pro in Chicago ClcRO but by byacodl byacodlcli a cpdl cpdloil cl clei
oil she left him bl oneeighth onlahthol of the residue residueoayrag rldue rlduem residueMying
oayrag ei ae m Since no making mall my will wi I have de deermlned detne doternulned
ermlned tne to t forget rora and ad an forgive lo < ve his b action actionas aIon aIona
as I desire delre to leave only onl1 pleasant pleant memo memries memooriel reamcries
oriel a after I depart depr this thlale thlalenY life lifeOJOT lifeoxLy
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ST T TA AUOVSTINEl VOVaTIIE r tbrouch IrUlleel aleeaers r to t all II K Pi PiCoa4t a aoar
oar Co mints MaoceUoa o ctO for to Ntauu aq and Its Itssns H Hao a aN
ao sns In N Y 4i Florida rlr SixcUI1 SPc Cpectat i26 1 Jft p a M I At AtLaU A AocoUno AtUs I
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OLCOTT TO SUCCEED SUCEED PARSONS PARSONSNEW
NEW 4 YORK REPUBLICANS IEIUBUCANS l lWASHINGTON IN INWASIINOTON IXWASIIIXGTON
WASHINGTON WASIINOTON ARE AR FOR I ITe HIM HIMThey IIt hiMThey
They Te Think That WIth 1t Him Inl at the te Head Headof lead leade
of e the te County COUt Committee Commitee the Chances Chancesfer aa eN eNreI
fer reI er Party Part Success 810 Will Wil Be improved improvedTaft Improve ImprovedTtt
Taft Ceaeersed Ce ra Crtr tfts t th Srsstlcn SrsstlcnWABHIWOTOK ttnattenWA5UtNOTO tut tutWAIB11fOTDI =
WABHIWOTOK WAIB11fOTDI Jan 20 61t It seems seml to be bepretty beprtty bepratr
pretty well wel agreed ag among New Ne York YorkRepublican YorkRubl YorkRepublIn
Republican Rubl n politicians poltcns In Washington Washingtonand Wuhlag
and there an a a 0 good go many of them Just Justnow jUltnowtht Justnowthat
now nowtht nowthat that Representative Rp entatve Jacob Van VanVechten VanVahte VanVchten
Vechten Vahte Olcott la 10 to o be b elected elec president presidentof prsldntof
of the Ne New York county oout Republican Republicanoommlttee Republcan Republcanoommltt Republicancommittee
committee oommltt in place pllc of Representative RepresentativeHerbert Reprnttlv RepresentativeHerbert
Herbert Herbrt Parsons whose bO resignation slgton from fromth Iromth fromh
th h preid rr presidency lde noy or the county organisation organisationWas organrton organrtonwl
Was wl announced anouncd by hIm Inst I leef week wek Mr KirOloott MrOcot MrOloott
Oloott Ocot showed showe a hesitation heeltaUoa at first fnt over overpermitting overrUtnj overPermitting
permitting rUtnj bit name to be b used In con connection connecton connection ¬
nection necton with wth the jfc office but his friends friendsare Irl da daaromlng
are aromlng becoming b ouning confident confdont that ho will w con consent conInt consent ¬
sent Int o serve srvo He Ie is being bing urged to take takethe tke tkethe takethe
the office omc mainly malnl on the ground that tat with withhim wIthhim withhim
him at the head of the party organlatlon organlatlonIn or arhton arhtonIn
In New York York county the th chances chncs for the theparty thepyln theparty
party pyln In the te forthcoming forhcoming electionsIn eletonsln the theState theSt theStste
State St will wi be greatly grty improved improvedXew ImprovedNe
New Ne York politics poltc was popping in inWashington InWalnlton inWashIngton
Walnlton Washington today toda Owing Owig to the pres presence prs prsn9 pressee ¬
see n9 hero her of several Ilerl Republican Rpublcan State and andcity ad adcity andcity
city politicians poltca the te opportunity < pporulty was wasafforded WMaore wasafforded
afforded aore for conferences conferno with wih the New NewYork NewYorkBt NewYork
York YorkBt Senators and Republican Republcan Repre Representatives Rlpr Reprosentatives ¬
sentatives anttves oer party prty prospects prpcts in the theGubernatorial theGubrnalorla theGubernatorial
Gubernatorial Gubrnalorla and Congress campaigns campaignsthis campigs campigsthis
this year ear Among Amonl the visitors were wereTimothy wer wereTimothy
Timothy Tloh L Woodruff Worr chairman of the theRepublican theRpblcn theRrpsblican
Republican Rpblcn State Stte commit commlt4 Col George GeorgeDunn Oeorl GeorgeDunn
Dunn Du n former torer State chairman chlnan Comptroller ComptrollerWilliam Compuvier CompuvierWnlam CompuuiierWfllianu
William Wnlam A Prendergast Penderaut and Abe Ab Oruber OruberMost Grbr GrbrMet GruberMost
Most Met of the visiting vleltng New ow Yorkers were wereat wer werat wereat
at the White Whie House today lew but but all al of them themdid thm themdid
did not 10t see President PrsIdent Taft Tnf who spent spnt a alargo alar alarge
largo lar part prt of his morning morIng in consultation consultationwith consulttion consulttionwIt
with wIt Senator Snator Root Rt who said afterward afterwardthat nn rar
that matters mttrs of legislation legltton nnd not New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York politics pltc had bd been bn discussed discussedRepresentative dl discussedRepresentative
Representative Rep lntalve Parsons took with lh him himto himto himto
to the WhUo WIJe House Hou Alderman W P PBrown B BBrown 13Brown
Brown of Manhattan r and Representative RepresentativeCalder Rprntatve RprntatveClder
Calder Clder chaperoned cbprno Comptroller Comptroler Prender Prendergast PJnder PJnderu Prendergret ¬
gast House HO u Senator St also r Depew Dpw was WAI at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHO WhiteHouse
It I came cme out in connection connoton with this thisWhite thlelWhIte thisWhite
White House Hous activity aotvlty that President PresidentTaft Prident PridentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft has been hearing hearlg stories trle for some sometime Ime Imetm sometime
time tm that the situation eluaton in the Republican Republicanparty ltpubllc ltpubllcprt
party prt In New York State Btt was 118 deplorable deplorableHe
He has ha been ben told that tt on account acunt of the thetroubles thetroubl thetroubles
I
troubles 1 involving LletltGov White Whiteand Whit Vhiteand
and State Stte Senator Sator Allds Alds and because becauseof b ul ulor
of factional ractonal differences dlfern the upState upStatesituation upStte upStteIltuation upStatesituation
situation Iltuation is 4 about abut as bad b as 8 it possibly possiblycould poulblycould possiblycould
could be and that in Greater Grter New York Yorkprospects Yorkprlp Yorkprospects
prospects for giving strong atrnr support supportto
to prlp the Gubernatorial Oubmtorhd Congress Congl and legis legislative legllath legisIathe ¬
lative lath tickets tcket this tla fall fAi were w r very poor poorindeed pl poorindeed
lnde indeed THe Tie President Plldent has been ben con concorned conMr conreined
corned Mr over these the reports Ipor add It Is evi eviwjf evlS eviS9Jthst
S9Jthst wjf that t he wants want to do io what wt he heQ oin ointo cflto
to S help 1 lp out the te party pr In the theStte theStteIt State StateIt
It hnn t htmi n represented 1IOrt to t the President Presidentth PresidentIht
th Iht t Republicansuccess RpublcnluCI Republican eucoere is not only onl neces necessary nf nfauWlbrp necess17 ¬
sary auWlbrp with respect to t the Qovernorshlpand Qovernorshlpandthe Ooverorshlpand OoverorshlpandtbeCngt
the tbeCngt Congress districts ditrlctbnt but If I the party partyshould psrthould pirtyshould
should lose lO control ctl of the Legislature Lalatur It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would in addition additon to the thefaikire failure fal r to elect elet a
successor suo r to t nenator Inaor uepew vepw pu mo moDemocrats moDmorata roeDemocrats
Democrats Dmorata la In a dominating dominting position plton with withreference wIthrferenc withreferenoo
reference rferenc to the proposed prope revision revlllon of the thefitite theAtte theRtste
fitite Atte Constitution Conttuton and enable the Demo Democnlio DemoratJo Demooratio
cnlio Legislature Lcllature to redistrict relstrlot the Stite StiteAll Rt StiteAU le
All 1 the New York ork Republican Rpublcn politicians politiciansItava politclnn
have taken tlen Gov Hughes lugbe at his hil word or in inhis Inhi inhis
his hi declaration delartlon that ta lie h would not again againbo ngalnb
bo b a a candidate Ondidi for the Governorship but butthere butthere butthere
there is I a strong trng sentiment Intment among amog themtht them themthat themthat
that tht no man mn should be b named name to succeed succeedMr IUo
Mr 1lr Hughes who would old not no be b satisfactory satisfactoryto Itlractor Itlractorto
to the Governor Oovmor to t the extent etent of Insuring Insuringtha hlurinc hlurincthe
the active ate support of Mr Hughes HughesTalk Hugil HughesTalk
Talk today t luPpor dy was W that It Itm will be b neere neeresary nef nefs
sary s 551 7 for party partyu partyauccees success that tht Gov OO Hughes Hughestake Huche Hughestake
take the stump mnp in person prn and work wor with withmight withmIght withmight
might and main throughout the cam campaign campig campafgn ¬
paign pig for the Ie election electon of the man m nom nominated nomlnt nowlasted ¬
lasted lnt to t succeed IUc him With this idea ideain ide IdeaIn
in their teIr minds the New York Republi Republicans Rpubl ¬
cans C here have begun to t look over the theHat te teJlt thelist
Hat Jlt of available avalable material matrial It I was w said saidthat lald laldthat saidthat
that one man for whom there I p was a some somesentiment Ime ImeaUmont somesentIment
sentiment aUmont in the western etrn part prt of the theState tb theState
State who would obtain Gov Hugheas Hugheashearty lugbea lugbeahe hughesshearty
hearty he support was Dr David Jayne JayneHill Jaye JayneHill
Hill 11 of Rochester Rbester the present prntAmb Ambas Ambassador Ambas54cr ¬
sador eor to Germany The name nme of Will William WI Williazn ¬
iam la Loeb Leb Jr was mentioned mentoned also all but butin butIn butin
in a tentative tntatve sort er of a way by eomo Imo of ofhis ofhIl ofhis
his hIl friends friendsThat rrend friendsIbat
That Tt one of the first frst things ting necessary necessaryto nec1
to bring b c about but Republican Rpublcan success suc in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York is I an overhauling ovrhuling of r the partys partysState parya paryaSte partysStat
State organization or nz ton seems sm to t be pretty prettywell prtt7 prtt7el prettywell
well el assured and ad there tere is I a very vel strong strongopinion IItronsooinlon strongopInion
ur
opinion among aonl New Ne York Republicans Republicanshere Rpubllonl Rpubllonlhere
here that Ut Mr Jl Woodruff Worf will wi retire rotJrelrm from the theState theStte theStat
State Stte chairmanship ohlrnhID Since Sinc he has b been beenhere bn bnhereMr beenhere
here hereMr Mr WoodrU Woodruff has h indicated Indicat that he hewould beould hewould
would be b oerfectlv Drecv willing WUI < to retire wetre If Ifanybody I ifanybody
anybody who was acceptable to the
a1bY Whoa aoptbl party partyleaden ply plyleade partyleaders
leaden wanted nte to take tak his h place So 8 fir firhowever hrhoever1 tarhowever
however hoever1 in Washington W cnat at least let there therea is isa Isa
a disposition dpltJon among aons New Ne York Republi Republicans Reputl Repulthcane ¬
cans cl not to t talk tlk much muc about abu the th proposed proposedretirement prped proposedretirement 1
retirement rtimet of Mr MrWoor Woodruff although altuh the thohint thehints I
hint hta that tat a chance chce Is imminent imminnt are too toobroad toobr toobroad
broad br to be b Ignored IgnoredSenator Igored IgoredSntor ignoredSenator
Senator Sntor Roots Rot frank trk speech ph about aboutconditions abut abutoonto boutcondIti0i5
conditions oonto in the Republican Rpublc party prt in inNew inNew inNew
New xork at the dinner dnr given en In his b honor honorlast honorlnlgb honorkit
last lnlgb night by the State 8 Stats Republican ReDubllcn dele delegation delegton delegation
gation In Congress Coaw hai aj apparently pprnty done donea
a gton lot of good go In his hi remarks remrk at the Root Rootdinner It Itdier Rootdinner
dinner dier Senator Stor DepeW DDwln indicated lct that he hebelievedMr hebeleV hebelieed
believedMr beleV belieed M Mr Hoot HtA was the man who would wouldbe ouldb
be b able to load led the party prt out out of its present presententanglements Prnt Prntetalement prntentanalementa
entanglements In the State StateMr Stt StateMr4Re0t
etalement
Mr Mr4Re0t f Boot Rt in his h speech aph emphasized emswlz that thatthe thatte thatthe
the day of the boss bln in New York politics politicshad poltos poltosb politicsbad
te had passed He 11 saldTbat aldt the day dy bad badgone hdgne badgone
gone b J by when one man could hand down dwn dwnhi downhis
his gne dictum dicum in political poltcal places plaCI and nd have it itobeyed Itobye itobeyed
obeyed hi by all al his lieutenants leutenanta and their theirfollow theIrfolowera theirfollowers
obye follow followers rs without Question QuestionAlthough auton autonAltough cueettonAlthough
folowera Altough Although he did not hesitate beltt to speak speakplainly speakvlalnly
Ipak Ipakplainly
plainly of the condition that confronted confrontedthe cnfrnt
the Republican Rpublo party in the te State Stt and andpainted andpainted
painted a picture piotu py which hloh most mOt of those thoeopresent thOO thOOpr thosepresent
present pt regarded rgie as pessimistic pMlmlltlo Mr Root Rootexpressed Rot Rotexpr Reotexpressed
expressed pr confidence confidenc that with the right rightkind rightkind
expr kind of mennominated melnomlt for office ofce by righ the theNew theN theNew
New N York yOk Republicans Rpublcan and with t party partymanagement partymanagevnr4t
management t fa I the te right hands hldl prty prtymanagm there thereWas ter therewas
Was managm WI an excellent ncllC t prospect PIPt rgt of Republican Republicansuccess Rpublcan RpublcanIUoN Republicansuccess
success IUoN He said ald that tat he felt confident confidentthat confdent confdentthat confidentthat
that Oov Go Hughes would give Ie hearty heartysupport heartyIIUP heartysupport
IIUP support rt to t the Republican Rpubloan ticket t In New NewYorK N NwYork
YorK Yorr this full tal In fact fac that ho e could do donothing doInOtlns donothing
nothing else el President Pradent Taft Taf and Gov GovHughes GovBugbe OcvHughes
InOtlns Hughes Bugbe were w on friendly trendly terms tr he de declared deol dedared ¬
dared ol and ad he he1 w as sure lur that tt the Governor Governorwould Governorwould dovernorwould
would success successaura lend all hi his aid to obtaining 1btlnlng party partysuccess prty prtyllu partysuccess
llu
UamoeaBtanIe Botula c Cetg Cetgexs Ha
aura 8 A er exs Mr icr or couch cel oskU 1 or O crUv jfl 10 eu euA o ct ctI
I
OLDEST ACTRESS HVHT HVHTMrs lirRT lii tffl tfflMrs
Mrs 111 Not 01 Smith Amlh Cut and Bruised rullH In Auto AutAccident AutoAllldtnt AutoAeeldcnt
Accident AccidentMrs Allldtnt AllldtntMn AeeldcntMr
Mrs Sol Bl Sd Smith SmIU the actress acre was W hurt hurtbut hur hurtbut
but it is believed blieve not seriously last nigh nighwhen nlht nlhtwhen nightvhen
when an automobile collided with Ith th thtaxlcab the tbetxIcb thetaxicab
colde
taxicab txIcb In which whIc she was W riding rldln Mrs MrsSmith lra lraSmit MrsSmith
Smith Smit was W thrown thrw against acalotthe jtha window windowof wlndoof
of the taxicab taxIcb breaking < the t th glass l and andcutting andClttnc andcutting
cutting Clttnc her fonehead ro hed over the left eye eyeShe eY8She eyeShe
She also alo was somewhat lomewhat bruised bMl and anciwas andWA adwas
was WA rendered rtndered nearly unconscious by
uncoJlous
by b the shock She will wl be b 60 8 years old oldon oldon oldon
on March Ma 19 19Mm II 19Mra
Mm 11 Smith Smih with her daughter dugbteF Miss MissAlice MIM MissAlice
Alice Alle Drown secretary of the rrofes Profeseional rrofesslonal OfM I IIII0ni
slonal III0ni Womens Woenl League and en James Jam S 8Goodman SGomn SGoodman
Goodman Gomn of 157 1 87 7 East Et Seventythird Seventythirdstreet Bvetytblrd Bvetytblrdtrt
street trt occupied the company cmpany box bl at th thfirst the theft thefirst
first ft performance prformanc of Twelfth TelCh Night Nightat Nlahat Nightjat
at the New Theatre last evening elng I IAfter
After Af r the performance prfornoe Mrs Smith Smih and andherparty andherparf andberpart
herparty berpart remained to t chat for a few mo moraenta moments momeats
meats with wih some Ime of the members of th thcompany the thecmpy thecompany
company cmpy and then took a taxicab txicb to t drive driveto dr ve veto
to Mrs Smiths home at 5t2k2 7 3 West Eighty Eglty
fourth Courh street strt Tho Tw driver drv driv r turned south southInstead southinstead 0UthII
Instead II ad of north Mrs Ir Smith noticed notced the themistake themlske thernistke
mistake when the taxicab txlcab taxicabreached reached Colum Columbus Clum Clumbu Columbus
bus bu Circle and rapping on the thl th glass glasrepeated Ilan Ilanrpatd glassrepeated
repeated rpatd the address atdrel to the th chauffeur chauffeurHe chaueur chaueurHe
He turned
tured up Broadway but according aoordlni
to t the police pol fook ok the wrong wron side lld of tho thostreet thostft timateot
street streetBetween ateotBetween
stft stftBtwen Between Btwen Sixtysecond Sltyscd and filxtythlrc filxtythlrcstreets Sbtythlr Sixtythirdstreets
streets Itrta tho taxicab taicb bit a machine ownec ownecand owne owned ownedand
and driven drvn by Roger Rger Moore Mor of 104 Wes Wes101st Vet eat eat101st
101st street etrt The Te Impact Impct of the two auto automobiles automobies automobiles
mobiles mobies was W sufficient to throw thro the thi occu occupunts ou out occupolite
punts t of tho taxicab taxlCb about abut roughly one oneto ad adt and andto
to t put both ontH nt temporarily tmprsrl out or bii hl hui huiflees l lnesa ln
flees n
nesaMr 8
Mr Goodman Godman and Mlsn llll Brown BrowlJQt BrowlJQtrs go goMrs got gotMrs
Mrs rs Smith out of the thl car cr And to the thipavement thupvement thepavement
pavement pvement It I was snowing enowlnl bard hrd at the thetime tht thetime
time tme and Mm lr Smith was wal unablo to t walk walkThere Walkere walkThere
There ere was Wa no cab cb or automobile autmobie In Inlabt InlabtthAt sigh sighthnt sIghtthat
thAt could be b used and several 84veral passersby passersbywpre perbY perbYWere
Were impressed to carry crr Mrs 1 Smith who
is rather heavy back ock to tothe the New S Theatre ewThas1reThero wTe TheatreThero
Thero f ro Ihu was taken tkel up In frt tlin alt elnvator el elvator altValor
vator to t the tho directors dlr r room rm on the e fourth fourthfloor lourthfoor fourthfloor
floor foor and a physician phYllcan was W summoned summonedAfter summoned summonedAfter ummQ e
After Afr she had hd boon bon treated trted and had bd re regained regaind regained
gained gaind consciousness cn8ounMI Mrs M Smith Smt was wasremoved waermove wasrmoved
removed rmove to hop home in the automobile automobileof autmobl
of WInthrop Amos Am one on of th the t directors directorsof dlMctre dlMctreof
of the te New Theatre ThnatreMiss Tt TheatreIdles
Miss 11 Brown was wa but slightly IUgtly bruised bruisedand bris bruisedand
and Mr
Goodman and Mr Moore were wereuninjured wer wereuninjured
uninjured uninjuredThe ulnJurThe
The driver drvr of Urn taxlcab t John Dunn Dunnof Dnn Dnnof
of 2249 20 22 Seventh venth avenue nenle was W arrested arted ant and
locked lokod up In the West Wet Sixtyeighth Slxtelhth street streetpolice Itt Ittplc attestpolice
police plc station stUon on a 0 charge chrge of Intoxication of1tcatOD otlntoxlcatlonMrs IntoxicationMrs
Mrs MrBmth Smith is the oldest oldet actress at on the thaAmerican theAmencn theAmerican
American Amencn stage ltge she Sh Is I now a 0 member memberof membr membrofthl
of ofthl the New ew Theatre Thet Comapny Comanr and ap appeared appre apposted ¬
posted pre recently In The Cottage Cttage In the theAir theAir theAir
Air AirSAVORS AirS
SAVORS S UORS OF 0 TilE PLUTOCRATIC FLVTOCRATICTart PLUTO RIITIC RIITICTr
Tart Tr Regrets R reta That Tha Only Millionaires MillionairesCan Hllelr MIlIlenaIrCan
Can Represent afprtffl Ia u Abraad AbraadWASHINGTON Ared AredWUHNONJan AbreaciWABIUNOTON
WASHINGTON WUHNONJan Jan eAt At the te NatollAl NatollAlBrd NatIonalBoard National NationalBoard
Board Brd of Trade Tre banquet bnquet tonight tapt the thePresident t thePresident
President Prdent talked tke about abut the te inadequate inadequatesalaries indeuate indeuateNe inadequatsalaries
salaries Ne the United Unt States Stt pays pa its Ia diplo diplomatic dlplo diplorntio ¬
matic mto representatives rprNnttv and deprecated depreted the thefact tbefAct thetact
fact that this tblnatJon < nation did not provide providehomes provde provdehomes providehomes
homes for finch lch representatives rprntatvea May Manyof Mayof
of the diplomatic dlplomato representatives rprnttea from fromLatin tromIUn fromLatin
Latin American Amencn countries cuntr8 and a fair
sprinkling prnklng of members of the Senate enate and andthe andthe andthe
the House Jou were present presentrThe prent prentTe presentThe
The Te President Prldnt said Ild that he wan Wa sorry 81 to tonote t tonote
note that while this
tht whie tl country cuntr posed pol as asdemocratic a
democratic it had that
demoratlo bd arranged arnned tht nobody noby
but millionaires mllonlrea could ould represent rprsnt it abroad abroadThN ahrd ahrdThl abroadThis
This said ld the President Peallent savors or of the theplutocratic tbeiutomtc thetlutocratic
plutocratic iutomtc rather nther than hanthe the democratic democraticFAT demoltc demoltcT democraticFAT
FAT T FOLKS AT A i WKDIHXO WKDIHXOAlilennan JFDn JFlDDIXflAlderman O OJ J
Alderman Ahitrlan Dotrlrr Sticks Ntrl In Auto Door DoerOolna DoorIahl Dooroisig
Oolna Iahl to Ills II Sitters MII r Spread HpreaitJulius SpreadJulius preal
Julius JuluB Hoffmeister 10lmellter first frt assistant aMI stant in inthe Inthe inthe
the plumbing business b lne8 of Alderman AldermanFrank Aldern AldernFrnk AidenianFrank
Frank Frnk Dotzler Utzler of he Sixth district dl trlct the theonly theonl theonly
only onl member membr of tho Board of Aldermen Aldermenwho Alderen Alderenho
who ho weighs sop 33 pounds punds became beme a member memberof
of the te Dotzler Dbler family lamly loatnlght ltllsht by b marry mar ¬
Ins the Aldermans Aldena sister slatr Kate who bo has haslived b hashivedbwlth
lived JYedwlh hivedbwlth t with her brothers fernlly fAiy at 244 244Third 2 2TIrd 244Third
Third TIrd street streetWhen strot strotWen streetWhoa
When Wen the wedding party prty reached rlche the theRoman theRman theRoman
Roman Rman Catholic Ctholo Church Curc of St Nicholas Nicholasat Nlcho Nlchoat
at 125 Second Seond street stret it I was greeted I U by the theDotzler te teDtler theDotzler
Dotzler Dtler Fat Mens Menl Club which I c requires requiresa relree relreea
a weight of 300 30 pounds punds for membership membrIp
the Unteruns Pinochle Pinohle Club and the theJefferson theJelerlon th thJeereon
Jefferson Jelerlon Republican Rpublc Club ClubThe ClubThe ChubThe
The ceremony crmony was performed by the thepaster tbepastor thepastor
pastor the Rev Father John Joh A Nagel Nageleisen Nagelelen Nagelolsen
olsen elen The best b9t man ma was Joseph J JCocker JOoker JGocker
Cocker Ooker and the bridesmaids brldesmald were ere Tillle TillleHerzenhan Tiie TiieHerenhan TillieUerzenhnn
Herzenhan Herenhan Evelyn Dotzler Dotler and Annie AnnieCappek AnnieCppek AnnieCappek
Cappek Cppek nieces niec of the te bride brideWhen brIdeWhe brideWhen >
When Whe the th three thr automobiles bearing belDC
the wedding weding party prty started art for the Dots
ler plumbing establishment where Whe a awedding awedding
wedding dinner Mtabllmeoti was spread in the rear rearroom rearroom
te
rer rerroom
room Alderman Alder Dottier Dtzler tried tl to jump jumpout jup
out of his hi machine to t remove a collection collectionof
of tin tn cans c from the rear rr of the coleton coletonof car cr Hit HI
frame frae became be Jammed In the door dor of the theautomobile theautomobile
te teautomobie
automobile automobie and he had h to t call cn on the other othermen othermen
men of the bridal brdl party to pull pul him out oter otermen and
help him back bck In again againEAST py againEAfT againEAST
EAST AIDE 81D UPLIFT UPLIFTYou
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n Itheat a Three era
Tne Cf Shine BMaeHarold SeHaold ShineHarold
Harold Haold A Powell Englishman EIUh living Uvh
in Elizabeth Eizbeth N J was WI going through throughLudlow thlu throuhLudlow h hLulow
Ludlow atre streSt t about noon
Lulow Itlt nooaytery nooayteryWhen yesterday yesterdaywhen yesteniaywhen
when he passed three thr or four tou bootblack bootblackstands botblok botblokatnd boOtblackstands
stands atnd near nea nearthecornerof the corner cmer of Delaneerntrwt DelaneerntrwtAll Dlnc tt
All A1 the m men n working workatthe at the stand in inslated laalat jnslated
slated alat that tt hlsshocs ho ought to b b be atnd polished
A bright shine Ihe bad hd just jut ouat been bn put pollbed on them themand the thenand
and he said he h h did d not need another
Then he say ayi sayS Hyman Uran Milacer Jar1with ne ater with a
fellow felow worker picked him hl off or his nIl fe r8t1 feet feetcarried t tcarried
carried crIed him to his hs stand std and compelled
him himto to t take tke takeaseat takeaseatMiiszer a seat seatMllazer let letMllr compllea
Mllazer Mllr said he only charged ed three threecents threecents
cents for a jlh polish and ad and he cr did < not notwhy thre see seewhy
why Powell Poeilhouid should not have ba e one Milazer Milazerwas e
h
was u about abut to t apply his b brushes b e Mlzer Mlzeru when Whe
the te Briton Brton called caled Policeman Polcn Johnson Johnsonwho Johnon Johnsonwho
who ho arrested ar8ted Mllacer MllacerIn MlaEr MlaErIn
In the the Esstx Eu Market Mket court oout Milazor Milazorwas
Mlazr Mlazrwu
was fined ted 100 10 shines Iblne by Magistrate Marte Stein Steinert Stn Stner Steinott
ert er and he was I looked looke up because bue he hecould heoould hecould
could not pay payLarry P7 P7ln payLarry
Larry ln Uelmtmr Will Wi Contest 0tNt Settled SettledSupreme Sele SettledSupreme
Supreme Court Cour Justice JltJc Rendriok Hedrok signed signedan siged sigeda
an a order yesterday yeltrdy restraining rtralnlogfurher rtralnlogfurheraoton further furtheraction furtheraction
action aoton by Peter Delfcour Delloqr a brother brther and
Hugh Hugh Delmour a cousin oolln to t contest ontt the thewill theWi thewiil
will Wi of Lawrence Lwrence Delmour the Tammany Tammanyeader
leader leder It I was announced by counsel counlelthat counselthat
that a settlement lettement announc had hd been ben made mde with the thocontestants thecntetta thecontestants
contestants cntetta Delmours Dlmoue widow widO who k was wasJennlo weJennie
Jennie Walsh Wa a trained tained nurse nur got all but butabout butabout butabout
about the wttj wfl 110000 10000 of the 1300000 10 estate ett a under underthe uder uderthe underthe
wflfEw
fEw W ORLNIIDI ORLEANS MARO1 CRAS CRASPenoasnr GRS GRSPenaUyeduW GRAIPersonally
Personally PenaUyeduW conducted lour tar pedal Pullman
train IrI Pennrrlv Pnqlul nt JUilroad Rlrd t Leaves p1 n r rebr February PtmlD bnurr bnurrI
t I 9evtn evendsy nda < ur trip Rmadttasd seats Ia included
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SICILIAN SIOLIAM DAGGER FOR HENKEL HENKELMiai BBRKELSrUlK
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STUCK SrUlK n Iv V TUB r11E IIE WALI OF HIS HISROOM IIUROOM flISROOM
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8e Sel It StackOne a O ef t the th l tntMeU tntMeUIDS CetwtmrfHt CetwtmrfHtIng sit sitleg
IDS Cane cI TM T Testfytng Ifytnc 1f1ns for the Govern Goreratacat Oeye Oeyer Governmeat
meat = r Sefsrc r rc E Sstt t Isswerlns Lerf Veffl KB KBEight F FElb F504 F504Eight
Eight Elb Sicilians aoiaD half baf of the sixteen sixteenrounded Istb Istbrnde aixtoebrounded
rounded rnde up by secret rt service sric detectives detectivesslnoe delctJe delctJealnoe dotectiveesince
since last lst October Ootobr were ebrouihi brought to the thebar te tebr thebar
bar br of the criminal cimIn branch brnob of the te United unted untedStt UnitedStates UnitetStates
States Stt Circuit CrIt Court Cur yesterday yN y to stand standtrial standtrial tnd
trial tal on the tl charge chare I of counterfeiting counterfeitingAfter oountreltJn
After Arr this thl segment Ngent of a an gang whjeh hJ origi originally ore origitinily ¬
but which baa baabeen baabeen
nally nly numbered numbr thirtysix tryaix bt b
been bn depleted deplet by the imprisonment Impr n ent bf brMty bftwenty bftventy
twenty Mty had b bee b brought brugbt before bfor Judge JudgeRay JudloRyandwhen JudgeBay
Ray Ryandwhen andwhen the th trial ti1 was W8 on onthe the te secret secretservice et etmoo secretservice
service men and some Ime of the deputies deputei In InMarsha InMarshal
Marsha Ma Henkels Heel office ofc told about abut a adagger adger adagger
dagger dger that had la been stuck In the wall wallthere Wat Wattbee wallthere
there thereIt tbee tbeeIt
It was 11 afterthe 4trthe last lt of the batch bt of ofsuspects 01supet ofsuspects
suspects supet headed heed by Lupo called cled The TheWolf TheWolh TheWolfbadbeenlodgedlti
Wolf Wolh Wolfbadbeenlodgedlti had been lodged logedln in the Tombs Tomb three threeweeks threewek threeweeks
weeks wek ago that tht the te corridors od0 of the t Fed Federal F Feral Fedoral ¬
eral Building Buldlnl where the United Unted States StatesDistrict 8te 8teDito StatesDistrict
District Dito Attorneys Atel office oto is f htbogsn began bep to be befrequented b befrequented
frequented fruent by loiterers loltho whose only ouy bus buslnes bW busnose
nose ne seemed reto to be b to t watch wath Italians ltlal who whomight wbomigt whomight
might pass In Inand and out ot of the te District DItct At Attorneys At Attorneys ¬
torneys migt torn0e office olc Marshal fhal Henkele aenele office officewas olo oloallo ooowas
was also under this thl casual Oual espionage and andsecret andsct andsectet
secret sct service rlO men In turn were wer watch watching wth wthIn watchleg ¬
leg In the te watchers wlktahsraOne w watchersqne terl terlOB
One OB day dy an 8n Italian Itin went Into the ante anteroom ant antrm anteroom ¬
room rm outside outde the main min office 010 of the United UnitedStates UnItedBtat UnitedStates
States Btat Marshal Marlal and asked ued for a pass p to tovisit tovisIt tovisit
visit Lupo Lp In the te Tombs Tomb He wan WI ques questioned qUI questinned ¬
his wereWt were ot satis satisfactory satlafotory ¬
tinned tJonf and as I hl answers aowera aUs aUsfaotor
factory faotor the pass p was denied denie him hm An Anhour Anhour Anhouir
hour or so 1 later Marshal Ilrah Henkel Hene himself himselfsaw hml
saw waD w an odd od looking loklog knob just jut above aye the theline theIn8 theline
line In8 of the back bk of a sofa ef on the thewall wall walIn In the theouter te teouterofO theouter
outer outerofO otfloe ooe He Je moved move the sofa efaand and found founcstuck toundtck foundituck
stuck tck In tb wainscoting th1wa tJnc a slender dagger daggerwith dSEr dSErlb daggerwith
carved hilt and an edge edgekeen edgekeen
with lb a curiously curoully crve bl ege egeke
keen ke enough enoa to t have lve paper ppr He took tk it itas Ital ita
as al a a hint hintIt blnt hintIt
It is I not a pleasant plet parcel of defendants defendantsto dfe t
to look 10 upon this th consignment oonPlst p of eight eightwhich eightWhloh eightwhich
which ha hu up fallen faUe into the net of Chief ChiefFlynn Cef CefF7n biefFlynn
Flynn F7n of the secret at service lervl0F For r more morethan mor morthn morethan
than thn a year er Flynn Fy and his hi anon me have be been beenpinning bn bnIMIna beenroaning
pinning IMIna down do tke makers mkra and a pushers pushersof puh puhof
of poorly priy counterfeited outrfelW te M 3 and ad JS S bills billsIn bl billIn
In circulation cIrlton through thrugh N New w York Phila Philadelphia Pblladelpbl Philadeiphia ¬
delphia delpbl and a number numbr of the te cities citle of ofsecond ofed ofsecond
second ed slab elz in this thl State Statn and New Jersey JerseyThose Je JerseyThose
Those To whom ho they t have he brought braht to bar barin b barIn
in the present prttl trial are thought tht to t be bethe b bethe
the men me behind behid the whole counterfeit counterfeiting ountfelt ¬
lag game pmethe the makers ke of the bad td paper paperThere ppr pprTe paperThere
The Wolf Wolfwho wolrwho Wolfwho
There Is Ignaxio Lupo e
1 Lup
Te Isa I
who was once oc sentenced teno in Italy Jt to t s serw serwa r ra >
a term t of eighteen elht yean y ra lor murder murderand mure murea murderand i
and who ho escaped from f jail j It u la pos possible p poeMbl ¬
sible a Ibt that tt ep at the te present pt trial t Lupo Lpo and andGiuseppe ad endOIpe
Giuseppe 01 Morello Worlo will wlb be linked llk up with withthe withthe th ththe
the barrel bl murder mure of several leral years yersago YMnaa yearsg
ago g a oriaae arising ar out of the te betrayal betrayalof btray1 btray1of
oe
aa of t a gsii B of 0 counterfeiters O oonnt fstarn t which hl hlrd was wasrounded wasroimded
rounded rd up at the te tide te Beside e MorelJo MorelJowho Morlq Morlqho Morelkwho
who ho Is said II to be b under une Indictment Ilotcet for forforgery forrorerr forforgery
forgery In Italy Jtly there t are Antonio An nlo Cecala Cecalafialvtnre Cl CecalaRalvat
fialvtnre RIator Ralvat re Qua an Vlnoenzo Vnoz Olgllo Olglo Giuwppe OllPp
Cailcohto iicbl Giuseppe mUpp Palermo Pleo and Nlo Nlooolo Nfcoto Nboolo
oolo oto Bylvestnt BylvestntWhen Rlvet f37lvetrnWhen
When We the thepro prisoners ra had hd been b herded herdednto her herdedinto
Into a abro broad circle crle behind behl a a table ble where whereIre whe wherefive
Ire fve lawyers lwen satto Itto represent rprt them the thecourt theour thecourt
court our room filled fled to suffocation ulOtJo with withmen WIthme withmen
men me from r the Italian Itlin quarters quarrTe quarrTeIret The Thesecret Thesecret
said d that since the thearrests theateests
secret Iret a erlo service rvloe men me Incete Incetearetaof
the members of this powerful powerfuland
arrests aretaof of te membra I erul eruland
and prtnt persistent gang of counterfeiters counterfeitersagents oountereltera oounterelteraaCBta counterfeitersagents
been circulating through throughBleeoker throughBleeoker
agents aCBta have bn bn olrltlng thrua
Bleeoker Sloer street tt and Harlems Harlp Little Italy Italycrying Itly Itlylelngtl Italylevying
crying lelngtl toll for their d defence f < o which whichew whichfew hlch hlchle
le few ew have hv bad the temerity tmerity to refuse refuseThe rfl refuseThe
trial suffered aahock aahockat shock shockat
The sight men n on IIfer a
at the very ver n outset outet of fte the proceedings proceedingswhen prOlal prOlalbe
when be Ab Ab Abel I I Smith Slth Assistant Att United UnitedStates UnitedStates nUe
States Stat District Ditot Attorney Attorey called caled to the thestand te tetd thestand
stand td as the first lratwlt6 witness a thin nervous nervousrouth nerous nerousyoutb nervousyouth
youth ohol whose name aeI is 1 Antonio Antoni Comlto ComltoSe C mlto mltoHe
He is I a man m whom h the counterfeiters counterfeitersarrested countrrelteD countrrelteDared counterfeItersarrested
arrested ared in the te last tt raid rid upon uPn a lonely lonelyarmhouse lnely lnelyrarhou lonelyfarmhouse
farmhouse rarhou near n r Highland Bllbtd station tUon across acrosshe acrM acrMthe acrossthe
the river rve from Im Foughke PouahkeJle Pougbkeepie paie had ha be beleved beleve believed
leved leve to i be bre safely out of the te country countryrbey cunt countryThey
They The had ba not ot heard he of his hI falling falng into intoho Intote intothe
ho te hand hand of the secret ler service Irlce men menand menandWheo menend
and andWheo when he was 11 sworn aa a witness witnessagainst wlte wlteaan witnessagainst
against aan them th and proceeded prooeed to t tell tl about aboutlaving abut abuthvng abouthaving
laving hvng been blnduo induced to t go C with Itb tMem tMemo
to o the abandoned abne farm la outside of High Highand Hgh Hghland Highland
land and there te to help in the th work ort of ofrintlng ofprtn ofprinting
printing prtn > counterfeit outerelt money the faces fAe of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the eight men me m h the prisoners prlaen rowwere rowwerenot rowwe1 row were werenot
not calculated caoulat to lend him encourage encouragement encourp encouragement ¬
ment mentComito met mentComito I
Comito Bald sId that tat he had ba not been bn long longn lon lonIn 1
In n this tl country coutr and ad was out of ola a job jobwhen jobwhenCecala when whencala
Cecala > cala and another aother who passed under underha underthl underthe
Ca pe
ha thl name le of Dom D PaaquaU Paue promised promisedilm prml
him hi good So pay paylb pyIfhe If he would take te a job in inil inbi inhis
bi his il trade tre that of printer prter at litfiograph litfiographng Utoapb UtoapbIne
lag ng billheads blheda and office oloe stationery ttnel He Heagreed Hea lieairsed
agreed and he h helped hetP them th buy bu photo photographic poto potogaphlo photographic ¬
a graphic gaphlo appliances appl and ad a printing prBtlc press pressne p pOn pressOn
On > ne night nlht in November Noeber of r 1908 11 so e said saidthe ad adthe saidthe
the witness UOe Ciaa Ca Cecala Cea Bylvestra SJlvet and and3om tndDI andDogi
3om DI Pasquale PutkhJ took him and his h woman womanUtrina Woma womanstrInA
Kt Utrina la a wagon with Wltth the printing printingpress prtl printingPNU
press pt and the te photographic ptaplc outfit outt up the theriver te terel theriver
river rel in a boat bt to t a town whjoh Ia he after afterward afterward r ra ¬
ward a found foud out was Highland Ilhad Thence Theaoethey neoe neoethey Thencetbeywere
they tbeywere were er conveyed to ta a farm tA fammirhore where bere dna Cuaand Ci dnaand
onvey
and ad OlgUo 011e lived livedI le
Nh I told tld them tem that there trCd did not notem notemto seem seemto
to be b > i printing prttC shop there th Mid 11d the thenervous theoeroW thonervouS
nervous oeroW Comlto CoMtaad and he h never aevr once oaC looked lookedn look lookIn
In n the te direction dlllo or the prisoners prlBra Tey Theytold They Theytold
told me Just jWt to t go ahe ahead and d eat and drink drinknd drk drkland drinkand
land and nd not to worry wOr the printing would be begin b begin ¬
gin shortly shortlyComlto shorly shorlyCmito hottlyComito
Comlto Cmito said ald that tat he and Katrina Ktrlca were weret wereat er
at t the te farors larl month then gina Cna took tok them themnd themand themand
and nd the printing prtfl press prt to a vacant vacttone vacttonetarmhoue stone stonearmhouse stonefarmhouse
farmhouse tarmhoue about abut half hlf an hours ride rideway rdq rdqaay ridqaway
way They Theyt set up the printing prItol press pressn pr
In n an upstairs uptlraroom room and Chin Clr drove away awayIs awayHe awayHe
He Is came ame back bok the next ne day with Ith food foodand foodand foodand
and told tld Comlto ComIt that Uat he h should Ihould stay in intie Intbe inthe
1
the tie empty fanahouso rarbo G by b the te printing printingIMS pratng pratngpr printingpress
pr press IMS and enjoy enjoy himself hl el for a few days daysHere dya dyaHere daysHere
Here the wltnoeas iI story tor was W inter interupted Iter Iterrupt Inteituptd
upted rupt by the adjournment adjournmet of court courtIe ourt ourtI courtlie
Ie I will continuetomorrow entDue ontinue tomorowo tornorroWto to tell tl how howie 10w 10wheltyed howhe
heltyed he ie stayed virtually vIrtuly as a prisoner in the thebandoned te teabdoned theabandoned
abandoned abdoned farmhouse larhouse and nd helped help the thecounterfeiters thecounterfeltra thecounterfeiters
counterfeiters counterfeltra turn out their their stock atok of bad badills bd bdbi badbills
bi bills ills C Cpt Capt pt Flynn Flyn toys AYI that tat Comito Comltoknows Comitoow Comitoknows
knows ow that tt after af f the trial tal is over there therewill therewi therewilibeno
will wi wilibeno bo no man to InWo iiiNew New Yorkin orlin more mor danger dangertuut dngr dngrt dangerthais
t thais tuut himself blmfj but Comito is in a bad bd n nIe fz fzHe flx flxHe
He Ie must mu t either ethe tell tl his story ltr or goto 10 prison prisonand prlol prisonandhemaydaboth
and ad andhemaydaboth he e may do both bothOWEAT bth bthARIT f fnHEAT
OWEAT ARIT BEAR 8lR AR 8MIINO ING WATER
tea ccper p p r ssa tmes5t ftt a ci glass aa atevpwcd a Il WATE botltaA utAI < <
NO 0 TARfFFWAR TAIIFFW Xn WtTHaERMAtfV WtTHaERMAtfVPresident WITlGEIM WITH GERMAIV GERMAIVlresident AN ANrMldtntar
President rMldtntar Tart Hold lold conference tnetleC and andOptlmlsllo andOptmlaUo SailOplimiMic
Optlmlsllo OptmlaUo Announcement An 1eemet Fellows FellowsWASHINGTON Feiewl FeiewlW FellowsWasgntororr
WASHINGTON W AR1ON Jan Jan2eltf JO 6Jauuen James Burton BurtonReynolds Bur BurtonReynolds
Reynolds Rynold Prof Pr H G GEer Emery and Alvan AlvanH Aa
H RSndeN Sander composing c mponl the te Tariff Tarn Board Boardhad Br Boardhad
had hd a long talk tk late latty today with th President PresidenTaft Prdent PrdentTatt PresidentTaft
Taft after which whlb the prldent President had bd a ashort aaor ashort
short aor conference oofIO with wtb William WiIm H Iloyt Iloytsolicitor lo Hoytsolicitor
lolotor solicitor for the State Stat Department DepartmentIt Dlparet DlparetIt
It wa wai teamed lerned that tt the conference conferencewith oor oonferenoedth oe oeWtb
with Wtb the members member of the te Tariff TI Board o ha hato h bad badto <
to do dowlth with the generalaspeot of the trade traderelations traderelatioui de derlton
tegeerlspt te
relations rlton between btwe9n tlieUaited theUnt the United States lt and andother andoor andother
other oor countries 00 uatnt u trle A trade tre warwith war wlh with Get Germany Getmany 1
many It was wld said will wU be averted avertedOSCARUAMMXriSTElX averte averteOSjARHtVIBn avertedOMJdI
OSCARUAMMXriSTElX OSjARHtVIBn OMJdI TIU SETTLES SETTLESTexai WT2LISTexal ETLES ETLEST
Texai T xi Woman Womansilult Molt ult far rol HieiOOO 1e9 8 OCPakt OOTaken OOTakenOut Taken TakenOat
Out er cr t Court CourtWhen Colt ColtWen CourtWhen
When Wen the suit suitnf of tf Bruce B oe S Salter St the theTexas t theTexas
Texas Te woman omn also known koWn aa 1 Frances FrancesLee Fo
Lee L to recover rcover 103000 10000 from fm Oscar Oaadhm Oaadhmmrlntor Oacarflam Oacarflammerutein Ham Hammersteln
mersteln mrlntor for or services aiI0 and for C r breaking breakinga brac braca
a contract Otmct to give elvher her a amualo musical education educationand eucto
and ad put her in grand Id opera opr operacanie caxne c before befonSupreme bto btoSuprme beforeSupreme
Supreme Court Cour Justice JUIUo Giegarich GIegeric for trial triayesterday trl trlyeltry trialyesterday
yesterday yeltry counsel oounl announced ao o that tt it hoc hocboon b hadboon
boon b Milled Ntte None Noe of them the themwould would wou state statethe att statethe
the terms tn declaring decing that tt there ter had been beenan bn bna
an a agreement aarment between btwen counsel coul couni j to keep keeptho kep
the terms secret secretPETER It ItPETll seoretPRTER
PETER PETll SEERY SEERYFire flJT flJTFire
SEEmIT SEEmITFire
Fire Marshal anhl is s Nearly Ntrl UO Years nr ears aid Id and andlias ud1a andlisa
lisa 1a Other Irons In the tl Sire SireFire Jre JreFir FireFire
Fire Fir Marshal Maral Peter Seery who has hA belt beltthat heidtt heldthat
that tt office olce for twelve yean yea and Who Whohas whob whohas
has b been bn connected cnectd In I some aom form a of job jobor
or other with It the Fire Department Dparet for fornearly rornely fornearly
nearly fifty fn years Ye resigned relge yesterday yesterdayHe ytr7 ytr7He
He Is I about abut 80 8 years yera old He Is II the theowner theoweT theowner
owner oweT of a allli saloon and ad is i also a the secretary secretaryof Itr
of a brewery bJerr company com p and ad a few t tag days daysago daysago
ago ag the te question q tlon was put id t hUn ha by Mr MrWaldo lr lrWldo MrWaldo
Waldo whether be thought he was acting actinjfairly actingfairly ouC ouCfalrl7
fairly to t the city ct by holding hold CD to t the te thesiO
10 siO 1000 city cty job when he had b to give 10 bis bisattention 1 hi hiattention
attention attton to these the outside outlde interests interestsThe Itert
The Te reply Iply Mr Boozy Seerrmae made Is f not known knownbut kow knownbut
but he sent It his hil resignation rpton to the Com Commissioner C Coinmissioner ¬
missioner mllone February FebruaryThe Febr to take te effect ere on the last day dyo o oFebruary of ofFebruary
The Te resignation Ilcaton has h been bn accepted iopt anc ancthirty ad adthr and andthirty
thirty thr days d leave leof leaveofabeenooha of abeenoo o has b been b given givento
to Mr Seery Sr Mr Y Waldo will wl appoint appoInt lv a alawyer al1er alawyer
lawyer l1er tothe place placeKERIHIT pl plKBlMI placeI1RMI
KERIHIT KBlMI TBE TiE BETTJKR BrTJ SHOT SHOTHot B10r B10rBut ElIOTBut
I
But tel Roosevelt aoeet Can Ca Hit rt aa Rtepttaat Rtepttaatays e splianf splianfSays
Sa Says ays Ills 11 Former ForeI Host HostKAysASCrrr BOt HeatKAVSASCrrT I
KAysASCrrr KvusC Jan 28 2 26W W K McMillan E1 EMcMII1aiiwho McMillanwho
who entertained ntrned Col Theodore Tr Booseveli Boosevelilast 11t 11tlt Roosereltlast
last lt June on his h ranch rc near ner Nairobi NairobiEast Nabi NabiEt NairobiEast
East Et Africa Arc passed through thrug this tis city citytodayon citytodaron t
todayon to his bl way wy p to t New Ne York Yor He boa boabeen h baabeen
been b vitng visiting on the tePalfo tho2acifio Paclflo coast coastCot 0t 0tCL oatCol
Cot CL Roosevelt Revlt Is a fair shot ao shotiiot not M an anextraordinary a anextraordinary
extraordinary erolmarU marksman asserted J MrMoMilian Mr MrMcMillan
McMillan MoMllan Hermit Xerlt is I a better br shot aot than thanhis tn tnb1 thanhis
his b1 father ratbe as 1 Col RooseVeTt lt admits r tt to toevery t toevery
every eer one except exo pt Hermit Kerit It I does do not nothowever not nothowever
however ho ver take tke any ay wonderful wond l marksman marksmanship Drk marksmanship ¬
ship to hit an elephant elepht or orarhlnOt a rhinoceros1 rhinoceros1Mr
Mr Ai McMillan Molln said the former torer President Presidenthad Pient Pienthd
hd had cast ct completely omptetely away awy all alpUto political
cares car While Whie at my ranch rnchCoIReU rnchCoIReUdId Col Roosevelt Rooseveltdid
did not read I an American lerlo newspaper newspaperor neWppr neWppror
or magazine mlzne said Mr McMillan Mc Jn He Hecontinually Beetnuly Heeontlnually
continually refused to discuss national orIntrnatonal
etnuly rfu dlu ntonl or orinternational orinternational
Intrnatonal international politics poltJo I am here her for forpleasure forpl forpleiuiiire
pleasure pl ire was 1 hIl his answer Aer to one and all allWhen anWhen allVhen
When I return rtum to the United UnltedSt States I Ishall Iahn Ishall
shall ahn tion tionSLOW say s7 what wht I think about but the teslt situa situation ituaMOW ¬
to toSUJ
SLOW SUJ PAY P FOR CITY CLERKS CLERKSComptroller CLERIomptrot CLERWCompirofler
Comptroller omptrot r Asks Aaa Corporation CoronUon Counsel Counselto CounltI
to J how Ihow Him 11m How Jow to Harry HarryOne Burr BurrOne flurryOne
One effect ele of the timecard tmerd systeu systeuwhich ltU syateuwhich
which Comptroller Comptroler Prendergast baa baaordered ba baorder sinsordered
ordered order to be b installed Instle in every Iverclt city de department deprtment departuient ¬
partment prtment will I probably prbbl mean meanthat that the themunicipal themuniipal themunicipal
municipal muniipal employees emploe will wi be b unable to todraw todrw todraw
draw drw their teir pay uDu until about abut the middle middleof midle midleor
of every ever month mont The Te head h8d of every ever
department doprment Is I required ruired in n signing elglns the thepayroll t thepayroll
pyU payroll to certify certiy that tt every employee employeewhose employe employeewliose
whose hO name nme appears appar on It has hl done the thenumber thenumbr thenumber
number numbr of days work shown on the thetime thetIme thetime
time cards At the pace at which such suchIblngs suchthl
car pce IUc
tblip thl Iblngs gs are ar done this is I I expected ez ct to take taketwo taketo taketwo
two weeks weeksUnder weeksUnder
we
Under the t old system the payrolls payrollswere pyoUs pyoUswere
were signed Igedabut about fen in days dys before bfor the theend theend theand
end of the te month monU and ad in case c there the were wereany wer wereany
any overpayments oVErpaymenta deductions deuctona were w re sup supposed IUP supposed ¬
posed to be made tade the next net month monthMr mont monthIr
p Mr Ir Prendergast Pderut has h asked ked Corpora Corporation Corpor ¬
tion tonCI Counsel Watson Wata n for advice aloe as to towhether towheter towhether
whether wheter or not it is f possible pbl to tofind otd find some someway eme emeway someway
way out outof of the difficulty difficultySVSPEDED dlmcltySUfPENDED dittlcultySURPENDEI
SVSPEDED SUfPENDED BY B1 PRES5Ff ORESSEH ORESSEHSupt
Supt 8 p pt Leahys Surmise Surle as alto to the Charges ChargesAgainst Charsf ChargesI
I Against AIIDt Him HimPatrick nln nlnPatrickJ funPatrick
Patrick J L Lay Lealty ahy Superintendent Su ntendent of ofHighways ofIlhwaya ofIighwsys
Highways Ilhwaya for the Borough Bora of Queens Queenswas Quen Queenwas
was w suspended upnded yesterday ytr by b President PresidentGreater Plldet PlldetOrr PresidentGrosser
Greater Orr pni pending an investigation inveUgtJonof inveUgtJonofcrge of ofcharges ofcharges
charges crge What Wt the th charges cre are ar Pros President P Prosdent ¬
dent Grosser said would be made
dent Irelr sid b public publictoday publo publotoay publictoday
today todayLeahy todayLethy
toayLy Leahy Ly said u last lt evening ennc that there tere was waanothing w wnotblns wasnothing
nothing serious aroua in the t charges ci Last Lastfall Lestfall t i ifall
fall he said ud he loaned Contractor Contctr Joseph JosephA 1
A Byc Boyce of Astoria Astr 118 1 1l barrels brl of tarvir tarvirfrom trvir trvirtro tarvirfrom
from tro the Queens Quen corporation eoratlon yards yrto yrtocple to tocomplete tocomplete
complete cple repairs on a road rd taking tkl < in inreturn Inretu Inreturn
repr
return retu an order orr from Boyce eo on D the com compaBy oo cornpany
paBy py that ttuppli thateupplies supplies it for aq ai equal ulU ual number numberif r rof
of if barrels b of oil olot of the same me standard standardIe ltda
Ie said that tt there ter was no concealment concealmentof conchnent conchnentor
of the transaction trnoon trnoonHe transactionHo 1 1Ho
Ho thinks thlnkl that the charges chrg may have hae to tolo toto tOHo
to Ho lo with wit e this matter mattere mattr mattrPrk matterPark S B BPark
Park Prk Winter Pajretl hfol Harbored BartieredThomas HarboredThomas arere
Thomas Tom J Higgins 1lggln Park Pak Commissioner Commissionerof Commiiner Commiineror
of The Bronx has h dropped twentytwo twentytwomore
more men from his bl dpp department deprtment making makingabout maig maigabut makingabout
about abut 180 18 In all al The Thelt lost btoh batch comprised comprisedhree oompIse corn pdsed pdsedthree
three foremen formen seventeen eventen laborers labrnand and two twoassistant tolett twoassistant
assistant lett superintendents luprntendenta of parks Mr MrHlgglns MrHigg MrHiggins
Higgins said ld the te reason rn for their dis dismissal df di dimiessi ¬
missal ml Higg was merely merel that there was 1 nothing nothingor
for or them to t do doCruiade doCrdro doCrusade
Crusade Crdro AgalmtNliert Against Short Weight Merchants MerchantsUpward MerchantsUpward IerchntlUpwrd
Upward of 100 10 grocers gOI marketmen mretmen and andother andother andother
other retailers retalera aoolae accused of using false falo and andlefeotive anddeeUe anddefective
defective scales weights w and
deeUe le llhtl measures measuresare meur
are ar to be bi defendants defednta in Insut suits plaood on onhe o onthe
the calendar rledrof of Municipal Munlopal Courts Curo for fornext fornextWednesday
next nezWedney nextWednesday Wednesday Morethan MmUn 300 3 of tfeeee tfeeeesuits th thesesuite
suits haveeen Mven begun Igln in the last ll month monthby monthby
by Iut the Bureau DUrU of o Wegta Weights and Measures MeasuresraCR Me Mer8t MeasurerecKFINn mot
raCR r8t recKFINn FINE FNE FLORIDA FLRIDA VLOIIEIA TRAIX8 TRAIX8vU 3RAINvt RUNavi
vU vi vt 3abo oabr 5alflj rd Air Ar Line Le hrVMi ler quleta most mostattractive messaUtsctIs
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attractive Isctn teate Jaq l 1aqll 11M U B WwsrA4r wwr 44
SNOW SIOWADDS ADDS TO FLOOD MISERY MISERYi I II
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SKIM 8 INE STILL TII RISES RiS RISl5t St WATKKS WATKKSINVAt wrJJU wrJJUIVIAn WA1JRSlNtAfll
INVAt > K ALL AII4PARIS1 AII4PARIS1eee 414 PARIS PARISIBeee
IBeee a 18 eee ileMHes 1 f People Pee cairip C8p ta taBaUdlflgiPellce I ina
BaUdlflgiPellce BlkI CleUtod and Army An Vest VftKNotre VN VestHeItef
Rele HeItef COrlI Ccpsitantze mxe 2J 2JNore 2SSSdO 2SSSdONetrejtame74ow
Notre Netrejtame74ow panic New Stands Sa tn 1 a L4 te tecdOlb tAke < e eOptctalCaat 4 4pedgt
OptctalCaat pedgt cdOlb Cable DltpttOtn Dl lCf to t TAX T SW SWPlum SOWPAnis
Plum P J Jan 27 27Alut 27AboUt About 1 oclock oclockt this thisinonIng v vmorning >
morning ohg under the enormous eroU pressure prtssareof p pof pressureof
of the food Go the retaining wall Wa of the therailway tl thirailway I
railway rway station ltn on the ts Qua Qu dOrasy dOry gave gaveway Iv Ivway gaveway
way Isnuetliately Iletl a tumultuous flood floodspread t floodspread
spread r over oT r te the entire et quarter cauateft cauatefta au aua
a panic the residents ldenta The
plo among aon ewar water waterrose waterose
rose re tn t the theltt theitreets streets with wl Iright frightful rapidity rapidityIt r rI
It I was waebecesaary u necessary r to get It boat batl in a nhurr nhurrto h hto hurry hurryto
to begin bc the tork work of rescuing rculn the rest restdents ri ridet reeldent
dents det near no the river riverHalf rver rverHaf riverHalt
Half Haf clad o the te Inhabitants fabltnt of the house h bonaeflOcked J Jflocked i itoed
flocked toed to the te windows Widows shouting a uUng for help helpTho hl hlTe helpThe
The Rue Lille and the Rue Poitiers
Te Be Lle an Polters were werecovered wetscovered e
covered jve with water watr which rose r at the te rate rateof tt rateor
or four Inches a minute miut The Boulevard BoulevardSt ni a
St Germain Oenln was a similarly allarlyinudt inundated inundatedSerious InundatedSerious
Serious 8rio sadentear accidents are feared on ontbelf the Mi Mibank kf kfbank
bank bnk of the te Seine Sie Th The situation eluton elutonlozpribly remain remainsinexpressibly remainInexpressibly
Inexpressibly lozpribly deplorable deplorle in I the suburbs suburbsFifty lu suburbsFifty
Fifty thousand thou nd persons pr are arUot without withoutshelter withoutshelter
shelter shelterDr elter elterDr
v vDr
Dr Hanriot Hrot a member of the Academy Academyof Acadey Acadeyo
of o Medicine Mece fears fera an epidemic epiec of f typhoid typhoidas aoJ
as foul rol water wtr from f drains dr is S now filling fillingmany fillingmany Iz 1 1my
many my cellars 011 and a it IrJabod is bound to lead toaWdeposits 1M 1Mdpt leaddeposits
deposits dpt of septic Ipto matter mtr and ad other othe de decaying je jecaying ¬
caying CI sewage Nwg The sewer aWJ are ar aa aalonger BOlongr nolonger
longer longr working wog and ad the flood o I II driving drivingback drhiB drhiBbck drivingback
back bck Into tto them te all al the fth filth which wbo nor normally n Gr Grlalyla r ra1ly
mally lalyla a1ly to carried cred far beyond bod the t tharea area a of o ofthh ofthhcapital tha thacapiUl
capital capiUlPixta cptl cptlP18Jan capitalPalm
Palm P18Jan Jan 24 2 2Ther There Is I reason I ta tabelieve inbelieve
believe blee that the worst wr of the te flood fo baa baanot l bs4not
not yet been b reached rhed The Setae 81 hc hcbeen ha habeen
been b rising ra all a day dya and late lt tonight tII tIIrq it itwas ftwas
was still rising rq rqOvernight risngOvernight risingOvernight
Overnight there ther Wa waa a spell lplt of ofweather > fair fairweather ta
weather wther and hopes hop rose r in Incueo consequence consequencebut
but two or three t hours later lter snow b begee begeeto gq gqto
to fall la and a it i has b continued continu IOa aMu almost lmo u6 u6ceastngly iiceasingly J
ceastngly oY ever er sine eceMetr1ala Meteorological re reports 1 vsport
p ports from f the upper uppr valley yUey of the th SelM SelMand 8 Selasn
and n It its affluents auet uent give no nolndlctoo Indication of ofpermanent ofpermsaentimprovement
permanent paen permsaentimprovement Improvement lmpvement and ad the tCV1 Central CentralWeather C tutral tutralWeather
Weather Weteru Bureau ureau of Paris Pa Is uaabla rl to too en encourage e eoonrsgehe ¬
courage o oonrsgehe Jl9tt hope that the t dowa downfall will W Wc soon sooncease ooaase
cease ceaseThe ase aseTho
c r rcondit
The condition condit of the te bridges bride spanning lPlaj spanningthoSeineis rl rlthe i
the thoSeineis Seine BIne is 11 unaltered ut Tho TebJwlne Theblowingug blowing up of ofthe G f fthe f
the te Font P t delAlma deIAI may T yet yetbeavete4 yetbeavete4ThesAl etba etbabete be atertecL atertecLThetoefc
Thetoefc e bridge bete to tee Be DeS U St Lotd Lon14 Lon14hAs V Vhas i
has h been b partly prtY dismantled aant by firemen Heemetathus s sthus 4 4turlenga
thus turlenga releasing a great etacuo accumulation accumulationwreckage 4 4wreckage
wreckage wreCua8 which htc threatened 1te by bylt its it pri prisure P Pur psure
sure ur to net t the boat bteUonad stations adrift wltfe wltfeImminent w wImiBet wI wIimminent
ImiBet Imminent danger dna to t the bridges brld below belowGood blo belowGood
Good Oo news oeW Is f scarcely iy received rvtr from
some point In the te provinces prlnc that thtP thatof one v vof
of the tributaries tbute Is i falling fallngh when n It 1t1 1t1folloe I Ifollowed Is Isfollowed
followed folloe by reports rpora that tht half bfa a dozen dozenothers doz dozenothers
others are ar again apn rising rang There Ther is poor poorhope poorhop poorhope
hop hope therefore thefor that tht the situation atutJon will willrapidly wt willrapidly
rapidly change chg In the next oex few days daysThe d7 daysThe
The latest latet report tonight tnght I is that ttt th thMaine UiMama
Maine is noticeably subsiding aubdlngbut but It I Inot Inot 1not
not known whether hope hop can b be built bu buon builton 1 1on
on this t Troyes TroY half bIt of which whch is 1 isfloode flooded floodedBends o I Iiends i inds
Bends nds a 0 better report Chateau Cat Thierry Thierryiaa Tier
lu has iaa also al been bn relieved releed The porcelain porcelainfactory prolhi prolhitotol porcelainfactory
totol factory at atShre Sevres S vres however is surrounded surroundedy lurOnde
by > y water ater and can caoool only be b reached rhe by byboat by byboats
boat bta i iA IA I IA
A driver dver on the te Lyons Loa Railway Riway on onarriving o oalng ot otarriving
arriving alng In Paris said ad that tt for 200 mU mUte tnilathe mllea mlleathe
the te track tr was WA flooded foed on both bt aides des The Thespectacle Thespaole Thespectacle
spectacle spaole was Indescribable IndescribableThe Indelbble IndelbbleThe
The populace populaC generally geerUy i il wonderfully wonderfullycalm
calm A large Ja proportion proporon who hoa are still stillunaffected aWlufeted stillunaffected
unaffected ufeted pnaly personally can C afford to treat treathe IteMthe 1 <
he te disaster dl8ter a as an a interesting IntrtnK spectacle cpectaelerhe ptaeh ptaehThe
The nearest netapprh neareatapproach approach to panic pic Is shown shownby boW
by housewives 10uwvs of the te poorer prer classes o omay classesmany v vmany
many may of whom are devoting deotJng their telr savings savlngeo lnp lnpto
to o a reckless rle investment In etmont in provisions provisionsearing prvona provisionsfearinga
earing lergafamlne lergafamlneMny a famine famineMany famineMany
Many Mny pushcart pucmen men and ad small al trader traderare tadA tadAartakln ttad ttadare
are artakln taking advantage adyantg of this to t charge chargeunwarrantable ohugUwarnble chargeunwarrantable
unwarrantable Uwarnble prices prc There Th re roseernssobe roseernssobeno eoemsto em be beno b
no n reason rn to fear le that tht dou flour dr brfJidwill badl bradwUlgreatly 1 1greatly
greatly gtJy increase lc In price It I I la stated statedhat attec statedthat
hat tat there tere are ar abundant abundt stores sr of wheat wheatandifldur wheatand1ddur hea heaan
an r in the northern
andifldur 1 norher provinces prvost with withwhich withwhbb
which wh it is I hoped railway riway oommunlba oommunlbaion communItJ a atied
ion tJ can ca be maintained mtne whatever whateverlappens whater whaterhappnl e1 e1happen
° b bHaving
happen
happnl lappensHaving j i
Having Hvngtheonlncl the convincing aaauranoa iuO of ofengineer Ofengineers
engineer ennel and of the cathedral tel authorities authoritieshat auot authoritIesthatNotre
tht thatNotre hat Notre Not Dame Dmee tas ba stood won oo orss floods floodsthan I Itn Eo4sthan
than the ode without thout
tn present prtore harm harmand tr harmand
and nd that the great grat structure Iu la In no le n wtst wtstendangered w wWoendangered
endangered endncer one can Cn afford to indulge indulgen ind indIn
In n the te eathstlopleaaure tetlopleauo of viewing the themagnificent to tomg themagnificent
magnificent mg ot pile pUel in various vriou variousaapecte aspects u Tn ua4 ua4ec ua4ecits f fta
I its ta unusual unWUI surroundings surroundingsIt uudlnp uudlnpI
It I Is I perhaps per p even Ye HI lo re6rs or majestic mjfe thaar thaarever ibsaev a
ever ev r rising rln apparently pU from frol the te atsfaee atsfaeeof lu atnfaeof
of o a lake Th nelowoe The snow eovefed roof r rtrated rooftruted oc octrasted
trasted with wt the te dark dr cloud clo anal analutlinea fc fcoutline
outline 6utn of the tower toe and buttresses buttresseswere butt buttreMwere
were gently cety softened IftnM by the thdalg falling MOW MOWMany snowMany
Many Mey artists ara are a braving brvlagtho the celd ced ceIdand ceIdandwet Ho aai aaiwet a Q Qwet
wet to secure aure the transfer trDerto to canvas covu of ofA o ofA
A picture Pcture which hoh it I not nt probable prbbl they theywill Uey theywill
will wil ever see ae again againTh apinThe againThe
The water ter this evseing taaat penetrated penetratedthe t tthe
the Hotel 11ol do deVI VlUe and a also al the tl p wealthy wealthyquarter welU wealthyquarter
quarter quar of the Champs Cmr Ely6 E ElysdesThe a aThe
The Te water spread Pr through tup several vermo vermodltrc more morellstricts moreditrictof
dltrc ditrictof llstricts of the city otdung during the day dy chiefly cy chiellythrough 1
through throuchthe the various vrou subways ub1 It I is 14tholgh as ashough a athough
hough tholgh a alubter subterranean lake l existed eae under underrisr ud udpaJ undegPatti
paJ Patti risr with WIt only onl a thin crust ot to t support supportthe uPP
the thedt city Water Wat bubbles bubb1 through oughI la the themoat 1 themost
moat mo unexpected ue place placeWorkmen pl placesW
Workmen Wcle W rkmeti were we employed employe os o the resin malaboulevards M resinboulevards < tbulvr
boulevards bulvr today ta seeking holes hoJ la the thetavlng t thepaving
paving pvln and wherever whervr they found a a crack o crackit 4 4e
It e was w cemented cemet A J1re large part p of o the thahoroughfare thethouahare thethoroughfare
thoroughfare thouahare in front of the St Lscare Lscareallway Lt Lasa4railway
railway raiway station IttoD was closed cobyrp by ropes ropeaest ropeslest >
est leltthe the street atrt subside aubde The Te same Be thing thingwas thll thingwas
was w done doe In the Rue Royale Rale facing lang the theChurch theChur th thChurch
Church Madeleine MadeleineA J
Chur of the y 1 1A I
A main sewer at Clichy C11ch the tbelar largest largestdrain largestdrain eet eetdrain
drain In Paris bunt this morning The Thepossibility Th Thpossibility r rposalbllltyor
possibility of other sewers wen bunting buntingme I Ione ls lsone
one of the gravest factors In the outlook outlookTbellnltary outlook4The outlookhe
Tbellnltary The he sanitary officials are gravely con concerned conosmed b bDarned ¬
Darned because the river and it its ovwHaw ovwHawDEWETS Ol OlBEWZ1SSPARICLOIO overenEWzYs
DEWETS BEWZ1SSPARICLOIO SPARKLING SPARELI4OVROVYDY BUHOUXBT
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