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rt jner het M frcP e rgeJ J Gould nuiInd and nd Ant Anthony AnthonyJ horn hornj I IJ
j > m i i Ir r son n of Anthony J Drexe Drexen
n I i 1 ideiphm Irhoo were Wft married yetterdit yetterditi Irlu Irluo
o i n i it t oclock In Kt Hirtholo Hirtholor
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I i 4 r ih Gould unU Droxrl famlliot famlliotM rAmlllenI fnIkIhIfl I
M uii 3i InO O inviMtions had lieer lieerel
el 1 ami n1 there were wo ding dbl guest gustfn ue ueI i ifrnm
I frnm fn FngUnd nltl nn end nd from many fit ritlN lee lie liei h hi
i J 1 > e w York TdouMnd of people peoplen
n r itm women surged r d In Modisor Modisormer Iiadiwinherd i i4r
mer 4r < Jtv JIf ing bard on Ibo ib police poll fO line linear li liar ¬
ar r i IOU to the > pouring fOt1FIflTer rain rainr In InT
T Ter r > ero wn n < a rhontl service before tin tinr t thetr h hlor
lor r i party nrl arrived The full choir hol ol olM of ofIhr nfSt
M ltiholomew Ihr holom nMisted iftl hr h choristen choristenfrom horllll horllllfnn horititerfen
from another parish Mm n t tIIiiri Mascognls Mascognlsllv
llv IIiiri nti 10 0 the th Sun un Wagners W < ner Chorale Choralenil honahoI
Rr4 nil I IIen IInch nlOChol rhor Morning itoru1t Hymn HymnThe nmnlh
The lh nterior of the h chnrrh wan Wit a gar garrim prri gartI
rim ri tI < > r flower no Down the centre On ntre aisle aisleIh al le leth
Ih Cl h > which the Ih bride wn flR It to pass passere 11111 aei aeirre
ere ilnuhle siib 1011 hi IOWA lOW of floral torch torchwrapped torehIIfltI orehr
wrapped r and n1 festooned wild ih ihr garland garlandof arl4ml
of r i ink million on The TI altar wan w luinkcil luinkciln
n ih > h R aIi lilies IiH Daisle l a l gleamed gl anwd from fromthe fromthe I Ih
the h A tar Mep epe and n from rro the th ihmcel ihmcelThe i h nceI nceITb
The Th > liir 1 wore re shetthed with mils milsn1 n > llsx llsxi
i In ml graced 1T1I 1 with pink flower Alongthe Along
the Ih rdr 0 de of the church nnd the th orgvi orgviot orlt orltCII orgiit
ot t wen pr po MID milas fl la i and dairies Fink win winih WI wislb I IIh
ih > prevailing p vating not note of the th floral decora decoralions decnrslioflis i ilion
lions 1
lioflist t n I ink r pant I oclock o luck when hen Bishop BishoptvarNirough nlllhn nlllhnlOrarlrPulth rnRhJarruh
tvarNirough of New ow Jersey who war waree WDfi wartl
ee i > ill tl 1 li Iy Mist II Gould to perform rrorm lb lbreremonv Ihmony the theTfIflOflV
reremonv mony appeared accompnnicd AooompllnirdIh by byth byth
th H Dr Leighton Pork rector of ofM orI oftt
M I lUMhoiomews and Dd by the Rev R Krne Imftor Ernclath t tMathewn
Mathewn lath of I Lakewood < N J 1 1 it itc1 tniirmu tniirmuof
of < n 11 flC < outside the church nnnounrcd nnnounrcdlh
lh t nrrixnl of the hrirlil psriCois1 wirty MIM MIMGoud Ii IiGoo1
Goud npixard on nlllh the arm nf her h father fntherh fatherwore
> h wore or a gown nt 0 embroidered white whitemil 1IIh whitatfl l laim
mil winch waa w trimmed trimm wild h Krrnrh Krrnrhat I Ior Iat
at Her town own tad ad a lone Ion I n IIrl > irt train trainwl Iralnan
wl an her IcnR Icn veil eiI il waa caURht with a oro ioroft oroI
ft v ot I ornnqe orn blowtoma om and whit row rowH ro roH roeHr
H Hr r ingle lewe 1 wa > her present front th therdegrooni thtrdlroonl the thetrderoorn
erdegrooni t Mipphire ring She ih cur currim IrrI1 vsrfll
rim a lx bouq bouquet > uqu l of orangn blos bl bIooms oni and andli and11n endIlni
11n Ilni r rn rnliA
li liA o Viviiit Marie arl ould > her vnun nuneor tnunertho nuneorflfOr er erfilter
filter ax ho > maid of honor and nd the thetriaeiunalda th tht thetnUeiiId
triaeiunalda t I < were r Ml 11 Ise MurRarettn Drexel Drexeltutnr DreIa
a tutnr of the lb brkdoKixxxn X11 and nd the tIn hanccf tInd hanc4cf
cf ViM Viecount illOW1 unt adtone I and nd the Ih Mite MiteE SIieatrk 11 11F
E alrlO trio CUflln daughter of Mr Ir and Mr MrArthur SIrsArthur I IArthur
Arthur B ClaflTn Marjorie furtU urtl a atUithter adaldlltr adaghtrr
tUithter of Dr and Mr I H Hnlbrook HnlbrookrtU UolhrOtrt flolhrootrtls ¼
rtU rt Hop Hamilton daughter of Mr Mrmd stIrnd Ir Irand
md Mr irs 1 llliam A llnmilton a louvin louvinr toulinat lIoin lIoinf
r at > l th he bride Klnle 111 M Nlcoll Iroll a daughter tAulthl of otMT ofh ofMt
MT h and nd Mr 1 Rrnlamin mJam n Nlcoll and andt1 n nhrnlh
t1 hrnlh t rnthy Randolph of PhiladelphiA who whomarry whur whomarry
> > r marry ohn hell coll of Philadelphia Philadelphiar
A < r > in the Ihe summer at t NarracBnw SIIrrlInI > tt ttR ttI
I R I ll ililt littlw flower RlrU Ilr wen wenIM eiriItI roo roo11a
> 11a ItI IM Kdlth Gould a cuter i ter of the bride brider
0 r Mire I Ellen Ell Macfcay daiiKhler of o Mr Mrn MrItl Ir Iran
an n Ire I t larence II Muckav Muckav1i lln
1i 1 > oridenmaKi wore 0 ROWIW of chiffon clilfToiim
m fl f i ixnk nk blur fatm f in Their straw hat hatwir halIII batswith
wir nine III with pink > ink tulle lul They earned earneduiirtu nT carriedfr i ior
fr uiirtu ItP of pink row r and an ocarina bins biner 1 1 1t
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i nO p nn nRIII l of f honor war wo r gown OWfl of pink pinki HUh HUhpA tllkII
pA II i th1 flower r irirh or WH 11 wo > in pink pinkI and andti andwtj
wtj ti I ffrorki U frock with bIn hI > iiatlint IIIul and straW ntraWniflrti tli straWnustch ra rar
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r niflrti They cari carried d Kill ill I loaIi IsaLUk U UM
III UkI lunIi
M 1 Urexd u I wo WM arcorpani 1ICCn rpa lt d by h J Jtrtn Jmc 1 1feieI
trtn tr ng > Drexel his hi brother who WII wa wat W Wt
t innii The rt iisders uI wen s Vicount Vicountta VieeoiintMavItcns IICIIIIIlaIu
laIu ta Interne Newell Griffith William Rhino Rhinier
a lr er r Stewart Jr Julius W Noyne NoyneItdrile NoyswI oy oya
I a IC Itdrile and nql John Full 10 of PhUadd PhUaddI
I f nnd n1 j Jay and tld Kingdon Gould brother brotherft hrofwfI
ft fI tie its units Ilieir gold pill pet wild wildojiiioiiils withCvnnsIe
ojiiioiiils and a hearing Irln the th immoirraii immoirraiir 1OIOaI
r 1 t G w wrp > re prMents I n from ruin the brido bridof hridJ
f n nfli 11n
fli note ur < f Martin wedding pro profe IlrOI prooci
fe i nnl > The Th Voice nIc That Hreatbd HreatbdHti 1Itl 1 0 0hi e eI
Hti hi I rtb led ql the t h bride and her father fat hr up us lh lhi h
1 i 1tween Wrvr the lb floral nonalorch torches At the theu th thh 1
u 4 theY h were wco met by Mr Drexel J sel and nd hi hiirtr hiI his hisAr
irtr I Art George J 1 Gould gave hi hia daugh daughn dalJChmamap
n marriage and the Bishop of SW SWIdd Xwry ew ewr
r ry r wedded Idd them The recessional recessionalParker rsscamionaIsal lon1 lon1a
sal < a Parker Monl Who at Can Canae Wed Wcod111t Wedii
111t ii < 1 ng re F FI Fet FetMr t tM
M Mr Dreie Drezipawddownthe pawed down the aisle aientiw aientiwrt on the thetrrr II
trrr rt f her husband quit NIf NIfaM elfpoeaed elfpoeaedaiiri poaesedXi4
aiiri Xi4 < milmg mllm at t her friend among the thet tboojtll thetste
t tste jtll > + Occasionally she nodded happily happilyTht
Tht n entered an automobile around aroundh
h n a crowd wd wee wa densely l jammed d and andre nd ndrin
re r dnven rin to George or J 1 Gould home homltt homlttI at atF
I F th h avenue where the hlt reception fol folt1
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1 fall taUnd and room were ere decorated luau luxun
n f v r with lIh white rose pring flower flowerm now nowar
ar v omllu m i Over the landing of the theri theoV
ri oV i iatrcaae in the ball waa w an arch of ofHi 01lB ofiI4
Hi lB iI4 one 0 Ofl of the earliest of spring springcn pnntr
r a cn m The salon on tb the first floor floorlived nooruHl flooryqI
lived masses of pink and white whl roue roueAee JOIIMp
0 age p apartment on tb the third floor floorreception ftoorrffOfltl floorfrr
frr reception O was held wa w warn deco decoalia decoj
j alia 11 lilies 1iI1 and pink and nd whito whitor
r t ie J rms rmsMrs
sl 1 Mrs I Drexel received Ived in the then th thIh
n 1 the Ih tecond floor floorng I
ng It H iP4 > < invited were w we Frederick Frederickt
t 1 I jiwrence lIn Mis li Anne Leary Learyr I II
r i vlr 1 I Iwl wis Cas edyard Mr MrT MrsA 1
A T H leds I d Mr lr and Mr 1 Harry HarryMr lIrr lIrrlr I
I Mr lr and Mr I J Plerpont Plerpontand
II I > and Mrs 1 Benjamin Nicotl Nicotlxrm Slroll1 NicollI
I I xrm Ir A l infear Norrle orrl Mr Ir and ande andOlrlcl andOlriehe
> > e M Oelrich Mr Ir end Mr MrII MrsIt lr lrIA
II lar IA IArons on n > Mrs I George W Per Periml Prnll
lq iml in nll Mr trs Harry If D Peter Pe Gen Geni
1 < i tr Mr Ir and Mr t Alexander Alexanderi
IJO b i Ih rhe Pratt rAtI Mr Ir and Mra I Philip Philipni
k < ni I 11 r Mr tr and nd Mr f T F J Oakley Oakleyird Oakl
It ird 1 1 r Mr Ir and andMraJohnDftocke andMraJohnDftocke9r Mr 1John John DRocke DRockeMr D Rocke RockeI
9r Mr I lr and Mr f frw John D Rockefeller Rodcff IIIr
J b 1 i and Mr Mrs 1 FJihu Root Mr and andW
34 I W Krnlsn Roosevelt Theodore Theodoreeit
II Re eit It jr Mrs In Russell Ha Hap Haparl Mr Mrw 3frrv
w arl rv Mr It tn Herrwrt trt L I SattarleeMl 8ttarlee3Dfar Mar MarJ
J 1 > 5 rtbonts Henry hIenr T fiioan 8Ionfrt MJa MJaF
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pital a nourcel nourtI11tfrdy yeaterday that Dr I II IIRoitera IIRoc URogers
Rogers Roc and Dr J n McOrath had been beendUmlnei n111nIi beendinIeae1
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rnpoitera porlr that the food In the hospital hoapitalwa
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ard re Dr McOrath for twentyone tetYDC month monthIhe molh mouthsthe
the It reKJlar term u two 0 yearn Both Bothare Dh DhI oth othars
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ur r two 10 yenterday ylfny morning to 0 t tlk lk with withPresident wltbIri withi1rmsilimflt
President Iri < tt Oriwom OrlRom of the Republican Republicanoiinty IIpublcn IIpublcncunlY lteptibljcancounty
county cunlY committee commll They met in II Mr MrItxit Mrhtote fr frIbot
Itxit htote house hOI and nd William Wlim I L Ward of ofWeHtcheater orWtINler ofWestchester
WeHtcheater WtINler and nd Darwin Drln K Jamee Jam Jr Jraf Jrof Jrof
of Brooklyn Orokly also I attended aUlndf Moat 10t of the thelime thetime hlllme
lime lme won given to conmdering cniderlnl whether whetherar Ihehr Ihehror
or not Inl it would be b pooaible pilllt ao to amend amendthe amendthe mndh
the h direct dlrf1 nomination nominaton bill hi urged ur by byCiov b bGo byCoy
Coy Go Hughes a u to t retain rtin the convn convnlloti CDe CDelon convecttints
tints lon iiritem Ialm It ia i b blll behi llered ved that tt Sects Senator sa Sectstor ¬
10 tor Root Ho i is in for of a compro compromie cmpr cmprmil compinmise
mie mil which will i conciliate cnciate the lb State Stateleader Sle Sleled Stateleaders
leader led who are 1 opposed to doing dolD dolDwih away awayKith awaywith
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I done don than to 0 exchange opinion opll a but bu it iti ItIi itis
Ii is i believed 1Hlcoyl that in a few day da Senator Senatorloot Bnatr BnatrHoot SentorRoot
loot will wi have hV8 something amtthln < to say y on the thematter Ihemlr thematter
mlr mlrA matterAs matter matterAatotheSurveyorthip
A As to AatotheSurveyorthip it t i is understood understoodthat uDdnt
I Ithat that Mr r Oriacom told Senator SenstorRoot torRt Root that lkl lkln thatDen
Den 3 n Nelson N eln lon H I Henry H would woul be b acceptable acceptableloall cptbl ccptbItoall
loall the thlder leader of the local organisation localorplaton localorplatonWhie localorganisatlonWhile organisationWhile
Whie While there ia i no doubt that Gen Of Henry Henrylame Hal hiectrysname
lame will 1 be presented prle to the h President PreaidtatMr Pet Petr
Mr r Ortucom Orbm wo not prepared prepr yetttrday yetttrdayo frda frdato
to o express epr any anyopinion opinion a ma to 0 the h chance chancef
01 > f hi hi his appointment appointmentT appolntmLUII appoIntmenttths
UII tths T TIJ riot riotTillfernlan FWI HRIHT HRIHTC WIUG firS firSC
C Tillfernlan Ilfeian Ns > t later e Are AreHh Ar Infrlac InfrlacHt Iarrtngtn IarrtngtnIll
Hh Ht B Rea Kite Ni HIt Me MeClKctxXATT Id IdinCztczxxAU i iCIKCtn
ClKctxXATT CIKCtn April Api 10 Ruit to enjoin enjoinIhe fjoin enjointhe
I the Wright brother from fr engaging fur further lurIlhr furI ¬ I
I titer In the Ih manufacture mnufacu and sate I of 01i aero aeroplane sropI1345 ¬
i plane pln wa w was filed fl in the United Unlll States court courtloAlav Clr ClrIO courtto1aV
IO loAlav Y by Charles rl Ijimon lml of Ponadena Ponadenaal 1 1I iCal
I CI al who ho charge crglhal that they lt are 1 infringing infringingn
o on > n a patent pnt box hen kite which he Invented Inventedtie Inv I 1 1ff
tie ff charge that b the Ih Wright Wriah machine machinencludeahi machlncl machineincissdeehLS
ncludeahi box bs kite kie idea ideaMrrhhtee iC IdesScekiso I
Mrrhhtee NI fer CtumHrsrt f 0 Itatl ItatlRobert sul sulRobert I i
Robert Rr Simtrxi Kmt a chauffeur cde employed employedjy pla
b by jy John Joh CUfifn Cfn of o IS 1 Washington Wall Square SquareSorth Su Suo Squareorth
Sorth warn wa arrested at loot I night Dt at a Forty Fortyourth Foy Foyfo Fortyfourth
o of the theraffle ifs ifstiaSic
fourth fo street sr by Palloeman Plolan Flaw f th
raffle to quad ell a ha b wo w drlvbic drlyh Mr Mrofllna M Mrt1sdIns
north Fifth avenue if ifwas I IITM
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the thejute theStat
was charged with not displaying dJc th
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arm C Cwflln aad 3541 her b o atO evecztinrod evecztinroddaughter T 2tay ftr > olil olilUaffKtor
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Hrpsrtvre rlr ef klrlrh Wl i and Hale 11 Hrrslu HrrsluMew lireskaNew au aut
Mew KngtstuTs t Influence IR Mo o Mart Mart0ne MoreHue f fn
Hue Man n l adrrttiln MurfcraVer Iuskrers IuskrersiskcNrmlelnongrese un unJNoPHInlrb i iMakeNer
MakeNer JNoPHInlrb iskcNrmlelnongrese > IreloConxre Intlrslrable IntlrslrableWaHMlVTcx IndrairabieVAsitt4Tly I Iu
WaHMlVTcx u I April prll 19Pier 1111 wo WI altMort alt ali allsort
sort Irt ol CJCiiIatifl > < xiiUtiiin lalh today lay among Imon < Re Republlonn R Rpuhln RepuhIiiin
publlonn puhln Seiuxtiir sllh a to I lli lbs effect t of r lh lhretirement the therttirssmetit h hnUrmet
retirement nUrmet of Henittcr tc ldrich drh of Rhode RhtnlIslend Rhlr Rhodetsknut
Islend Iln snd Hitle nll4 of Maine In front f1 puhtir puhtirlife luhllr1 luhllr1Ir I Ilife
life Ir nn Vtarcli I next nextllit n nn ntflit
flit n the h Ronmul impresulAii anrrton amongbotn among amnmighIOtfl I
botn IMtl mrnlArh rI an ansi nl < l insurgnnts Inalrnl siiiod e iii I II < d li liie tot0
ie I that h the h witddnwal willnal nf lhee 1 iii two twnlender twoleuuilere
lender will wi niean the h end nt 0 ini n moan fnanleadenOiip moanlriilmrshljs nn nnII
leadenOiip in II that loly und 111 the h pAull pAullor ia snseIng snseIngof lii liiof <
of that t hI ftiwi I wr > r to 0 n I good 11 sUeil ll I group Iroll tf tfm tfndor f fmen fin
men menInder m
Inder ndor the ilirnuwi 1IIna1 condition ndlln leader leadership llutri leadurstilt ¬
i ship 111 in I the 1 SenAte InI it I i ic IK 1I0I nih nihresemlulo ill illrenemUle i
I renemUle rmhle that e erciei rdlln in the day l IAr IAr8or lsfsreSenator < ef ore ore5Miul
5Miul Senator 8or ir Aldrich grlKed tlie I ti ascefidaiXT ascefidaiXTthe dRI7 dRI7th
the th day cAY when whf responsibility ihiIY and nd honors honorswerr how honorswere
were w hird 11111 > ileplit MIII e equttlhy < luly iiiy bv Sennloi SennloiPin natoi natoiPlatt ao aoInl
Pin Platt Inl it if I rinnmliciit I hnflirlt Sutatnr S imtor Iantm HlnnA i if ifhli > f flliio fI
I lliio hli hll Sfiiiilir IIr tiatr Mliwili 1 < of if Iowa ami n1 Seuitoi SeuitoiAllrch eusatasiAhsIrich 11 11r
Allrch AllrchItm AhsIrichI r c
Itm 1 iii Inoiirgent in the h Senate tn tnnmly niti pretty prettygeneraIIv prettygenerally
generally nmly iticlinisl hln1 to 0 disctiM llu the th retire retirement retireinetit I ¬
ment 1t Some Nn of them I I were wn inclined inclnll to tolook t tlok is islook
look lok for H Joker Jolr in Senator nlor AtdrichV Irih an announcement I IRn1 enflousticettwnt ¬
nouncement and said they Ih would prefer preferto
to p ei > Senator Knaor Milricho ldrleh lrchl name nn really 1 of ofI off offthe f fth
I the th Senile n11 rr rIr ti r before IlPlo they would oul com comment romImt eoininput ¬
input Imt on his hi retirement retirementThe IImnt ret Iretnentiuitrgenta
The insurgent inurlnt apKirently allInly intended intendedto intII1
to convey ron the Ih imprewion that hl Senator SenatorMdriHt KIIor KIIorlrll Senatorihulriehe
MdriHt lrll announcement nnuunCmnt might nlaht l lO Is > e for formilll fore1Tet
1111 milll l effect II mid n that he 10 might mllhl find fiHI It Itconvenient ilcflnl Itconvenient
convenient cflnl later to 0 yield to 0 pressure 11 in inhis Inhil itsI
I his hil own ow State to 4 reconsider Illilfr his bl decision decisionPerson Itio Itiorlna dtciesonPersons
Person rlna who have hv talked lktC1 with Senator SenatorAldrich Rtor RtorI SenatorAldrich
I Aldrich Irich know however bOWffr that tht he hI is I sincere sincerein In r rhi
in hi isis announcement and nd that there Ih Ihno is isno isno
no chance chnC of hi receding flna from the h pool lrlt xx xxtlo
t tlo 110 tIot he h baa 1 ha haThe taken takenThe IIIknI
The T withdrawal wlthdnawl of both Lth Senator ntor Aldrich Aldrichand Aldrichand drh drhand
I and Senator Hntor Hale la Ic is j regarded n here he aa a I ho theresult horesult
result chiefly ehln of the h muckraking muckrking cam campaign mmpll m mpalgtt ¬
paign pll that has ha been I carried nrM on against the tdeSenate theSenate b bSne
Senate Sne leaders edt It I i is known that in Sen Senator Sn SnIor Senetor ¬
ator Ior Hale 11 case ca this cause nU tao operated oJed a astrongly aa astrongly
strongly as a any ny other Senator Rnlor Flint of ofCalifornia 01Clfomu ofahiforiti
California Clfomu I is another Mr influential Infunllal Republi Republican RpJbl ¬
can co who some mlmec time ago go declined dIIM d to enter entercampaign entersrmsaign nlftrmPil
campaign mPil of misrepresentation and nd mud mudthrowing mudIhrownc mudthrowing
throwing Ihrownc to 0 be b returned relum to 0 the Senate SenateOther H SenateOther
Other Ohr Republican publn regular 1f11 also al are n be beginning b heginning ¬
ginning InlnJ to chafe cha under the storm of criti criticism ctl ctlrim criticlam ¬
rim to 0 which whc thy ty have h been subjected subjectedand b e
and than of them mId
more one on Ild today todaythat lo todaythat
that they were 1 inclined Incln to I do the tb di aame aamething am enmethIng
thing that Senator 8ntoUle Hale Haloand and Dd Aldrich have havedon huedo havedone
donSenator don do doneSenator
Senator Rnlor Doltlver Dlnr of Iowa was the only onlyInsurgent olI onlyInsurgent
Insurgent I I who ho commented today
ouran Cmmnlf looay upon uponthe Ipn IpnIh uponthe
the Ih retirement llmnl of Aldrich Aldrch and nd Hale Ilt > He Hedeclared nc liedeclared
declared dllnr that with the retirement rlnmnl of Mr MrAldrich MrAldrich Ir IrAldrcb
Aldrich Aldrcb one on man power po in the h Senate Senatewould Senatwould 11 11wOldt
would have he departed d t forever foreverWhen rorerWhfn foreverVhpn
When Mk asked ked upon lipn whose wh shoulder holln he hethought h hIhollht bemhought
thought Ihollht the h mantle manlt of leadership If dhll would wouldfall wOII wOIII wouldtall
I fall fallh theSenstor theMenstnrfrom Knaor from lows replied rplM That Thntold Tnl TnlI Thatoki
I old garment Ilrmnt should houl Im I taken up II tenderly tenderlyaml s sen
I aml An IITwR pufnwav in mothlmlUm mnhl111 iheNationitl iheNationitlMuseum Iht theatioisiulMtieim loll lollMIlm
Museum MIlm to 0 he preserved a as one nn of the thehiMuric Ih IhI theI
I hiMuric 11on relic I of the th republic republicSenator reitshlicSenator lllhle
I Senator IMIor Dolliver Olvr wa 11 of II he opinion opinionthat opinInhat Oiinioiithat
that Ihe h departure dflr1 of Aldrich lrrh and Hale Halewould HalI
I would 1011 result IIIult In the h Senate na leaderahlp leaderahlpbeing INdhlldIOrih1 I II
I being diHtnlriiled dIOrih1 atnnni aronl a number Ilmlr ol olmen ofIn ohmen
men menAnother In
Another loIr effect o of ff st the retirement rlrI of ofA orIdrirl 41tldrueis
A Idnrli and nsh Hat 11 a atl many lany menilteni 111 of t he tIssHnat heSenate h hi
i Senate N view 11 iew the th situation 11111 will wi IM I the thepassing Ih thpassing i ior
passing nf the Ih unusually uou ull strong rc mfluenn mfluennexerted innnoeurtd infissenrioaerte4t
exerted bv NVw Kngland ntlan1 in the Ih Senate Senateand Hnllr HnllrI SenateI
I and the Ib relative llv increase int of the th influence influenceof Innl InnlI
of Western States tt Such HI men as Warren Warrenof W Wor
I of Wyoming Carter arter of Montana lot0 and andSmoot andtnot andknoot
Smoot tnot andSutherland afRlhrln1 of Utah have been beenstrong beeitstrong
strong forces furc behind IIhind the Ih Aldrich drl leader leadership Ilr Ilrand ¬
ship 111 and 111 their influence Innln undoubtediv undoubtedivwill undoIIlh undoIIlhwill
will be b increased incl by lila hi retirement retirementThe llrn11 llrn111h
The 1h lie fall r1 elertlon 1 lon will 1 however drive h hdid a adecided i idecided
did decided influence inllllM on fun control cfntnlln In the theSemite Il IlI theen4te
I Ht Semite FT instance InalnM Senator Nalr llurro llurronr Jlrr Jlrror Jliirrre Jliirrreor
or Mictiigin vtinds ci 1 Id snds next tu tl Senator lnr All Aldi Aidrich Allricti
i rich re on the I th llnanfe l nRnf Committee CmII suit ld in inthe IIIh inthe
the h ordinary Infnl course tl of went m would wOlk HIC HICreed sseCeIMI
reed 11 to the 11 chairn halmnhlo > anshln under Indr the rule rulert rl rlr restf
rt r senior niori But Sil Senator Rrr Burrows nlrrow is II in inhe i ih Inh
he h mld mldt t of a hard tIght for leelection leelectionliemc enlctiotbeing IPtln IPtlnh
being h nc op oploll opoeesl > o il 1 by Re RsSpres4fttMtiC > reent ti Charle Charle1C Crl barleeI
1C I Townsend TownaendIf
I If Sen Mntr t > r llnrrow nlrrowl should holin be t defeitted defeittedthe tfentpdtha
the Ih i hnirnitn hnlrmhh hi of the Finance Inant Corn Cnmmttee lnmmtf Cornmttee
mtf mttee might fall rallo to jny one 0 of a number numberof nlmhr nlmhror
of prominent promin nl Republiruns RpubIMolaor RpubIMolaor1fr ReptibhrstnsSnatore ReptibhrstnsSnatorePnroc Senator SenatorIVnrooa
1fr IVnrooa lx rce Lidse > d < Smoot Smot or McCumber McCumberWith McCtntsherWith cIunhr cIunhrWith
With the Ih retirement rlrft of o Senator Ror Hale Halethe Hlelb Halethe
lb the chairmanship chlrmahp of the powerful peul Ap Appropriation AI Appropriatlona ¬
propriation prpratC Committee CmriUM would naturally naturallygo filrl
go 0 to Senator Rtor Perkins Pkln of California Californiawho Cilomi Cilomih Californiawho
who h i at t the head bd of the Committee Cmmlt on onNal i iNaval i iNaval
Naval Affairs AIal Senator Bn lor Perkins Pekln how however howe however
ever e bo I btei b1ln in very e poor pr health bNlb and nd the thework thework heork >
work ork of o the th Appropriations ApropnUo Committee ommitteelI I Ii I II
i exacting uacln exactingNt < i iNext
Next S t in line loe for I this hi important Impant post postwill pt ptwi postwill I
wi will be I Senator Stor Warren Wa of o Wyoming WyomingThe Wyola
The Tb retirement of Aldrich and Hale Halewill HalewuIl
will wl Tb leave I nlyft vacant acnt the l first fn two wo place pl on ontbe onthe I IIbe I
the Steering Rtrne Committee which prac1 prac1tlcatly practIcaily
tlcatly tc11 determine dcHlnN the programme pfrmmfJ rel of ofl ofle ofliislalon
iislalon le l erlo in the tlc Senate Se and nd hnnga Sena Senalor R Renator
lor < Cullom elom to the head of the h IIt with withSenator wlh wlhSeatr withSenator
Seatr Senator Lodge La following followingIt folowlnc folowlncI
It I la I I generally rl admitted dmlted that lhl the Ib insurgent incur inurpn incurgenta ¬
gent and nd near Insurgent Inurel of the h Senile tI Sntewill I Iwill I
will play ply a more ImpJrnl important part prt in the theSenate its itsSenate h hcmil
Senate committees cmil a in Ihe future fUlu futureAmong I IAmong
I
I Among AmOG the near her insurgent who ho have havetaken hytk1 havetaken
tk1 taken high rank nl and nd who are re respected respectedfor Jf I
fo for their ability hlt by h the present prHt leader leaderire Id IdI leadersare
I ire Borah Irh Brown nrwn Dixon Olon Curtis Curill Craw CrawFord raw rawford
fon Ford and nd Jones Io while whl Senator RIO Cummins CumminsDeiveridge ummlnaI
I Deiveridge Dvcdc and an Dolliver nmr among the th In Initirgent ins insaurgettis I II1lft
itirgent I1lft appear pPr to stand n a better IJr show howfor I ITor I II
I for recognition rclllo in the Senate Ie organlu1 organlu1lion opnlr1tlon organix organixI
I lion than hn some tme of the more aggressive aggressivef
i > sq f the radical rdicl element elementThe I IThe I
The 1 Senate Rnte wa w was prepared p In a measure meaoureTor m measurefor
for fo the h announcement nnoloet of Senator Str Aldrich Aldrichntcntlon Aldrch AldrchIntoa AldrichsIntentionu
ntcntlon Intoa but It wo w taken tke oompletelr oompletelrt ompce
b by t > y surprise aar to learn ler that Senator Sto Halo Halolad 11 11h halohad I
lad h decided dfde to quit quitMr qut quitMr
Mr r Hale ha has been encaged fp in a hard hardIght h aijfight
fight for or the l retention fton of hi h Mat In tb tblenat tb the theSenate
Senate st 11t HI H His opponent ot exJuMJce ealo Power Powerjnttl Poa Poweruntil
until Wtl recently IdJ a member mb of o th U tha Supreme Supreme3omt Sp SupremeCourt I
Court C of o Maine H had b succeeded r la organls organlsBff ors oruizLag
fS Lag Bff a fornddabla tdbe revolt re aglat 1 the tb Re ReJJ a aC it itI
JJ CanffotMd C l o 0 on Jwirt olri r I 1e 1eS o0 1 1w 1i
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a tnsersthe tktre tktreMttwAVKulil ktr ktr1In1
MltWAfKKK 1In1 ACIIUI April Ilril 1 10 T T4on T The arlmtiietra arlmtiietraton onlltr1 onlltr1on
ton on of If the th4 city changed hn1 hands han1 at t 3 ocloclthis oclocl fcnk fcnkth iClOCkthis
this th afternoon with the lh Its inaugiinitlnr 1IIlnaUn ol olKmil uf ofEmil
Emil 11 Seidel lidl I a as Mayor Iaor Charles Whlnal Whlnaltllr WhitnH WhitnHas hltnal hltnaloa
oa treasurer tllr 4 arl rl P I Dicta OIt7 as a Comp Comptrolhtr Gnmp Comptrolkr
trolhtr rollr and llaniel I i I W UTAH lMn M A AAttorney clr clrAuol < lt ltAttorney
Attorney AttorneyFollowing AttorneyFollowing
Following olowlnl > h he ie insu lnasigssratloti nuCIrton iratlon Mayor MayoiSeidel MayorikIdl
Seidel 111 appointed pm1 hi hill Cabinet Chlnl the ma maJority m mjort majority
Jority jort of whom Whll Mre Socialist SocialistMayor HIIII HIIIIIynr SocialistMayor
Mayor Nei 2iI1 t4eiull reiwl 1 III liii me 1111 Mg i whit whitwo whlb whlbWa whItbwas
wo Wa conskiert ri1 < < l iiinnervatlve Irt h lie 11 then thenwent > her herwent hn hnwlnt
went wlnt lo his hi im ifltce which had tad teen Ln tllle tlllewith t1 t1Ih tiIvdwith
with Ih flower now where wh he h revived Illllnllrl Illllnllrlfr hundreJi hundreJiof
of fr if lsopl Hipe fater with 1 h nU 01 ajMOciate ajMOciatehe oale oale1lnI
he went 1lnI to tin t Iso Wf w tint l Si Sid l Turn llm Hal Uar wIser whera hco hcoplhlr
a pulilic plhlr uIIIIiI reroptioii II < I wna 1 hold holdVtfft 1 I IV
Vtfft V 11th 1 TH 11 IIV Hf tIC I1ItII l HKIK7W HKIK7WPh H HESKIRPhIrins 1 FR FRPhtIn
Ph PhtIn > > lrlan > Nrnett r That 11 Me 1f hiss KaHMl tCIIO It ItItrsnmta tONssted
Itrsnmta 1 Ie I Mlhnalant Mlhnalantllf lhluln lhluln111t MhlusuhaittahtiteliMu
llf 111t htiteliMu ni > ixu o Coon onn April tlnlll ID Mark Twain Twainpa TwaInpaisiL
pa paisiL < wed un ni uncomfortabln Inrmforall tiny today lodarAcconliiiK toly tolyAlnlll todayAororuting
AcconliiiK Alnlll to Dims I Halsey II and Quintan Quintanhe
he h wax Wa very much weaker w kr and did not notrespond notpn1 notrespotsil
respond pn1 lo stimulants llnlllantl I hv Quintan Quintansaid Qnlntan Qtslnterdsaul
said IIIA last night that h Mr r Clemens nO 1 Is a ver versick verstick e eck
sick ck man Ial l hr r HaJwiv lIa is II I constantly rtl11 In tnatleliilulH Ina inat
atleliilulH a at
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Tlie 1 > Hiiuklnt ukt Meat 1 Htm 11 In I Hammer Hammerstrlns IlsutiuPistein a aIn
stein In Victoria frtori 1 l laK a l M MJame i MSA MSAJames
Jam J I Davis 111 a negro nc of 11 41 West West133d Nt
133d strict before Ifln Magistrate Maitra lliitts 011 in inthe InWt inthe
the West Side Hd court yesterday Inly after afternoon alr alrnonn aftersoon ¬
F FKnox FKnol FKnot
noon complained mIIIAIII against aM George Crr
Knox of sf r 33 3 3tI West W esst Fiftythird ftthi street streethead lir streetIsemi
head 11 usher at Hainmenitein Victoria VictoriaTheatre VictoriaTheatre Iri IriTI
Theatre TI charging drll Knox with violation violationof vloltlol
of f tin xtial 11 1 rights rllth law lw Knux nlli la i also al alnn a anegro anegisi
negro negroDavis nnUavi negisilaviis
Davis said I1 that on I March 1lh 12 lie 1 went wenttn wentto nt ntto
to the th lb Victoria Ieorla Theatrx acconiianied al1lonl < by byhi hyhi Isyhis
hi his wife lo 1 < attend a matinee mall perform performance Irorm IrormalA srformslice ¬
slice alA III li his wife wi lie I say IY bought Ionhl the theticket thelck thetickets
ticket lck wbich were w for fil orchmtra olhtra chairs chairsat chall
at 1 Ihe lb 1k IKH 111 t5 office om Th Ths usher lhr according acconlinglo nlnl nlnlto
to the b testimony look IIk th the ticket tkt from fromMrs rrmM fromMrs
M Mrs Davis U and started to neat AI her hcor1111 hcor1111ref hut Ixitrefused hutrefused
ref refused when whn a lie h aw w Davis Oayi Mr M Davis Davila Davisis
la I very fair with reddish Idlt hair har and blue blueeye blueeyes h hf
eye f r although a negrwe n while whl her hits huslands h hlon hitshands
lands lon skin I II a dark dk brown brownDavis hrownIi brownDavis
Davis Ii said the t usher h told tol him that they theyixiuld III IIIuld theyCOuld
COuld uld lie I ls accommodated amm > t in the th balcony balconyHe blcny blcnyH
He H demanded the seat I for which the theticket th thlckl thetickets
ticket called rll Then according Irdinl to 0 hi hiitatement h his hisstatement
statement the th ticket Ickt were weo snatched snatchedfrom snatchedfrom Iob Iobrrom
from his hi wifes wif hand ha and a balcony lolco tickets tlcketaof tik tikof
substituted When be becontinued hecontinued
of a different color 101 Itlnle b bctlnU
ctlnU continued to protest pr Davis Dv aid a both bothhe bh bhh bothho
he h and a his hi wife were w ejected jfcod from the thetheatre thetheatre b blhet
lhet theatreThe theatre theatreThe
lhetTl The Tl case wa w postponed until uti next nextMonday nel nelodT neatMonday
ptp
Monday Knox being blnlt held in liw 10 bail bailwhich bi biwhich hailwhich
which w was M furnished fumiab by b Henry H Mock Mockiiiperintendent Mok Mokuprlntnnl Mocksuperintendent
iiiperintendent of the lb Victoria iCora Theatre TheatreDavis ThetreIrl TheatretMvts
uprlntnnl Davis also al Instituted InlIul yesterday tna in he heSeventh h heSeventh
Irl
HYth Seventh district dltrC municipal mnnicp court curt two w wilt wiltagainst suiteagainst lt ltpnt
against pnt Oscar O and and d William Wilm Hammer Hammeritem Iamr Iamreto hammerstein
item eto owner owr and a manager mrr respectively respectivelyof pI
of the th Victoria ICor Theatre Ter Theatreone one for 10 10chardn 3000charging 3000 3000charging
chardn charging assault ull and ejectment jent the theother theother b8olhr
other for fo ISnO S for alleged I discrimination discriminationHiene dilminllo dilminlloT
These T suit 1 will wi lie I heard hn today todayHf IIa IIaII
Hf II ffJJVf 111 139 J is iII Hltlll HltlllPlant IIUI IIUIor fIGIIPlatss
Plant for or the Hankers Hn mist Tl Ceinpans Ceinpans3VNIer ompali ompali3iNIr
3VNIer 3 Mt > Building HaHtllngTrowttridxe Buildinglrsswiriilge Hli Hlilntrill
Trowttridxe lntrill A a lUvingnton l a LIP architect architectfor arrhl arrhlfr
for the TUnUer nnl Tntst Company lfn filed filedi I III flIedtIanis
lans II i > yenlerdiv for the th big li thirtynine thirtynineitory thlrtnlnIlor
story building huldlnj to U lie I erected frI1 for the te theny com comiwny romon
iwny ny on the h plot 11 at 1 the th northwest lrth corner cornerif crnr crnrIr
Ir if Wall WAi and un < NH nsessI WII etreeta treet It i t II to i lie liein I Ial Iat
al at in edllW l sit f rtirlous lrOI n BIIrl nptwarsusss prt n niie with withgranite wllhvrnit withgratsite
granite vrnit facade r I i > ffiM ffst t with I Ionic ioluinn ioluinnit ilsumnnssa hlmn hlmnHI
HI a it the Ih lower t4irien nnd rilne rlhll to a full fullleicdt fullur sill sillheight
height of feet r aboe the th curb clrt lini liniIt In Ini linoit >
It will i front rlt 91 II I I1 I feet r on Wrtll Wti s4ll ereet ereetind t rest restssl
and IN II 5 II I t feet m I Stnnin 15Iit tlre sIFOt I t and mo the theiK Ih IhIr theroot
root iK Ir > f will wi le I Is crowned 1 with I a great a pyra pyrauntil syratiiiLii r rmiL
until miL tower lit l feet high hlah wilhn wih a ileoorated ileooratedi trll trllx
of f this tower towerM low low1lnl tower1lug
aa i ex x th itsis > i eciiHirity >
1lnl 1lug M > lnK that th it will wil I lie > entirely IUrI without withoutirindowH wlhnl wlhnlwilol withoutwiitslnwe
irindowH wilol 1ir IC t ventllntion nllln l eing > supplied suppliedv 1111111f 1111111fhy
hy > v a vent nt haft evtending I111 from the th i cellar cellartis < ellrtbe Ibr IbrIh
> tbe Ih toi i isf > f tl I tlss toxer Tile 1 lii t Iwr iwer will willIs I
I Is M > ii sissil eil fur lank mk storage KtoriReThe storagert IoMK IoMKTI
The TI building hlillna will be nerved bv Iy fifteen flfleenlevutor fUn fUnh fifteenelevators
elevators live h of whl whlI whiih d will wil be I e eirs eirsii pre 1 se sethe
t ii < > the th nixteenth floor fMlr and Inll one on n in n etpre etpreiitick eleressstisIch Ir Iriel
iitick iel rrvioe r tu the Ih thirty thlrtyichlh eichtli floor floorive n floorllve r r11vI
11vI llve ive lix luuls l will wll run rtn ti to > tde tIe 1 thirtieth thlrtl1 fl hior hiorseissi < ir irind r rIlohI
ind IlohI three threeluriveulenreWillAlOl5Ol4ru1t14l threeluriveulenreWillAlOl5Ol4ru1t14lon iriv tern I M r will wi sl 11 ol > eoperate l lmt
on mt > to else II third thlr floor and nno two 111 to I the theocoml Ih Ihn1 theseenflul
ocoml n1 floor nor thus 1 h deM itepesesi oit t vnnli mul will wi h hin Is Isin H Hn >
in n the iMseiuent iMseiuentThe lseetsosflThe
The T first n to the Ih third ttonptare I floors arm to I be I the thelome Ih IhhOI thehotia
hOI hotia lome of r the tt ItanUer Itn Trust Tr and alo the th Man Mantattan sunbatten IsnUn
batten Un Trust will wi also 111 hive b adjoiningflioe atjsinlngoftIcee adjoining rljiinlneofO
ofO oftIcee > flioe with wih entrance nl rn on Wall I street streettext streetneat t tnt
text to which will 11 t h he > e the Ih general Iff I en enrnnce fntrn entruncs
trn truncs rnnce to the th upper Ipr offlces offlcesThe om omTt nmThe
The Tt building hllnin i II is to I cost Ct ftrvMmi ftrvMmii i1ruiOSISJ m1 m1IOS
IOS iOSISJ i 0 oTroops ITR 1STRIIS 1STRIISTroops I ITr
Tr Troops ef o Msdrt II I I MHrs Mi tht Prom Fm Blue Blueflrlds 8 Iuf IufflkIs
flrlds Im Polltlral ll Prisoners Freed Freedp F Ftal Vreedp1il
p p1il rt tal f CaVr ra Dfipallt Dp la I TI Sr SrBLDIFIRLO S SBLUV1IL 5c5 5c5RrczrlEUe
BLDIFIRLO BLUV1IL April l 10 by b wireless wrel to toolon toColon toColon
Colon Oen Of Kat FArla rails ordered ore the relea releaif r rof release releaseof
of if all 1 political pltcsl prisoner prllnH last lu night and ad andt
t 10 1 men mf were rco taken from Corn Island Islandind Islandand I Ind
and today roo set N down dow near n the h aril Madricjnitpoata Msdrlzioutposts I IOltpt
outposts Oltpt at Oreytown OreytownNBW Oreyown Oreyownw OI5YtoWflgw
NBW gw w OBLIAVH OaA April pi it Paymasterrallsdo Paymaster Pymterclll PaymasterCailsido
rallsdo clll of the Kstrada rlrd army rm who w ha haenched h heh hareached
reached eh here h ay the Ih Provisional Povlloo1 Oov Oovrnment 0 ov overomlelt
rnment rnml is I keeping kIn steam IMmup lip In a vfsiol weeslready vfsioleady 1 1rud
ready rud to flee 1M at t the approach appch of If the army armyif aryof
of if Madriz driz near Blueflelda BluefleldaWAMHIXCITOK 8IueldNIXIJtJ liluefieldaWKZXatOX
WAMHIXCITOK April 19 Dr Madriz Madrizreldent Madrixpresident
NIXIJtJ Apl
president prHldtt > cf the Ihc de o8 facto Government Governmentif Oemt Oemtof la2izl
of if western Nicaragua icraClA ha h has invaded Ie the thetountry th tholmr thcountry
country olmr now held hI1 by h the Ih insurgent Inurpt uc ucler u I Ider Ider
der Gen O Estrada FAlraa President Idct cf tf 1 the lb Pro Prorisionsl ProvIsional
vIsional 1io1 Government Ofrnmft at a Bluefleki BIICfk PI A Alespstch Adtplch Adeepatch
lespstch dtplch was received r1e at the th Navy SY De Delartment 0 Desparimsut
lartment pmMt today toy from Commander Will Willam Wi Willlam
10 lam am W V CHImer commanding cmmndlnc officer ofc of ofhe orth ofthe
he th gunltoat Paducah PalleM saying that Iht the theiladrir Ih IhHarl theMadrir
iladrir Harl force for bad taken lako up a position positionibout pilon pilonbou positIonabout
about bou eleven ITe mile ml from frm Blueflalda BlueflaldaA Bhalld Bhalldbtl
A battle btl he h added dde I Imminent Imminent913JFWO Immlnc Imminentannul
annul 11 SMtt THK TiE JfRI JfRiThem ft ftrben
Them Judge 1 to Mta H Frreaiaa1 Sell I fi Set It ItAtMe I ItAside
Aside AI a ma ICxecwtTe ICxecwtTeTho xieeshreTb 1
Tho 1 Tb jury JU before bfo Supreme RuCu Court Justice Justicejlanger Juo JtntleErlanger
jlanger Jp that tlt beard Ird the th mitt of o Blaacho BlaachoI B
B I Freeman Pano to r recover KIJOOO 10lXt from fr Clifford CliffordI aio
B I Harmon Ha the th real r estate t man m and aadnwooaut andasrotatit
nwooaut u on ohe the ground IUd that th ho h promised protniMdo p
to o pay her h 1100 110 100 a month mtb for foUf forfif life find furnish furnishA f
a an A p apartment for lo her I when wh aha ah ajgned a aEMteral ageneral
general apmft relea rl release In a suit at for fo bread br ap of ofrorai9 o ofpromise
c promise > rorai9 returned yeaterday a verdict verdictor
r um ec
a ezciesiv pn for or tit000 SIIO lL The Te Tb Court Cu yly c eat t it said ac a as asezciesiv I
t
i fcA iiiAtiis CALL USBACI is BOI ao TO RULE RULE CUBi CUBiI GB GBI GIJBATHRF4T
I I THXK4T THIJCT sr r SKOMK OISB IF I IIJFNT PffKfl rRE rREIJFT
1 rVT IJFT O0MKX OBVF WfHFT WfHFTUlthmklBm RHI RHIt Ri5IOX Ri5IOXUltiasatun
UlthmklBm t Is Bv B Irrrseatrd Presentriflben Vtbta Eaten KsteaHavana a ances
ae nces Havana After An Ingamang U the therrvsewh th thto
Pe rrvsewh W to Fteaactod le N Ne Sesr Sesrtevtment T TUeverammt
tevtment 1 Ueverammt G Warned WarnedCaM Hiamedpertd r rn
pertd n CaM Cal DttjMit l n Taa T mat matHAVANA 1 Rcahlavwa
HAVANA IAANA April Aprl I IT thTh Th oegro a move moveutent moelent movetnrst
utent lent continue CUO to grow cw Th T new newpaper n nppr newspaper
paper ppr la I Iwb txAa which wa tb t mo moInfluential m mloluoal most mostlnflunUsI
Influential loluoal lnsUgtor latptor and ald supporter appr o oth of oflh ofthe
th lh the August revolution reOhltoB but bt which hle la now nota nowyi nowa
a Jteyiata yi orn organ commenting om tnc on O yetor yetorday J JI yesterdays
I day dya days meeting of the tlt negro cO member meb o oConcrecA of ofCOE ofCongressi
ConcrecA COE say r the te Government Oorlot I r r fD fDbl tarpon tarponSlits pon ponible
Slits bl having prior pro to the te section alodon prom promlaed pmmIa promlead
lead Ia the I negroes ne thing thin possible Impbl un o ofullllflMnt or orfuUlkot offulfilment
fullllflMnt fuUlkot It I add a that ta It I Li now In Incumbent Incnbat incunibent
cumbent cnbat upon the b Government Uomm to cliec cliecnice rld rldrc chsccrace
nice rc agitation itton energetically energeticallyOen enrU ly lyO
Oen O Eatonor Eenop the te th leader der of iso Ih n nll negro negromovement gn gnmovement
movement mnmnt I Is making IkiD tnflamiuaturj tnflamiuaturjspeochee Inlnu inflamOturyspeech Atr
Provloca Whet Wheth Whenhe
speech h In Santiago Prlac Who
h I he reach r reaches Havana Un after Inflaming Inlamlnl Santa SnnUdarn Nnt Nntm SantaCLara
darn m Camaguay cley and nd Pioar PIlr del Rio lo IM IMwill bewill I
will wll present an n ultimatum ultmatum to President PreaiuVmUome PresidentUomes Idn IdnOlnl
Uome Olnl to 0 resign 11 with wth the ultemativ Iltlt ol olhaving of ofaln ofhaving
having aln the th American Amrnn brought Lllcht back bck U UCuba t tIl totuba
Cuba CubaKveryliody tubaSveuybody Il
Kveryliody Rlod I is wondering odrIIC who IlD I I is flnan flnancing lnn lnncol fitiancing
cing col Kteno7 leop who be I is a Jamaica Jmalc negro negroHaytian nlo nlonf negroIlaytiatl
Haytian negroee nf are accompanying lpnylnl him himThov himTy him himThey
They Ty travel tr1 In special tpal train trlnl forwhlc forwhlcthey fol forwhichthey whkb whkbIhy
they haves hn1 no mean of their theirown own 010 to pay payRumor py pyUlmor y yHumor
Rumor Ulmor sriete < en i iltl t that Snilor H10r Sangnll Sangnllwill Hnlllll Hnlllllwll Hsngtiilywilt
will wll resign lI from the tb State Department Departmentin I rment rmentin
of ollunco ofIunc ofIunco
in consequence CllonO of o the th appointment pplntml
lunco Iunc ai and l Monia lon1 aa A member mII of the theCabinet theaLinet he hel
Cabinet l blll Hie nlaUer latter is I a negro negroIt n nI
It I la I rumored that an Insurgent 11lrsnt part parttis prl1 prl1ha partyhas
tis has been nlmor formed fre In Santa Hot Clara Ilr Province ProvinceThe IJrovlnt IJrovlntTt Provincefleiovnrnment
The Government Tt cel ileiti denies this hl but hit the Ihc negro negrcagitation ocr ocra negroagitation
agitation a lalon ha hall cauced the th despatch of oftroop ortrO oftroops
troop trO to 1 garrUon m the provincial prvlncll capitals capitalsXVfJIT capitaltvmi pial pialIH
XVfJIT IH AXl A D StKKT FFT IX 1 OHIO OHIOHreltea 0 0rH 11110Itiris
Itiris rH Hreltea KrC and frep tr r B IhIIFId treil b bImeassflsbte by bynsessnsbti
Imeassflsbte Mternt MterntTOLEDO tecVitToteuo
Ilo IloTOLD
TOLEDO TOLD Ohio April Apri l 19 With Wih tele telephone tlftIhon tlePhones ¬
phone telegraph hoaph and ad trolley Irolle wires wiresiiroken wlr wlrhrok wiresbroken
broken hrok traffic delayed delay and nd Ihe peach cl and andother ad adohf andother
ohf other crop detroye l thesnow Ihc the AO snow and sleet sleetstorm leetstorm
crop
storm orm which Ian last night nltht and od con continued cn cnIlnuf continued ¬
Ilnuf tinued all 1 day c in towns town of northern Ohio Ohiahid Ohiohid Ohiobid
hid fair to be b one of the h8 meat mr disastrous disastrousin dltrol8 dltrol8In
in year yearW1UI yer yearWhile
While 1 l Toledo Toleo aw aw very little lulll aow aownrhT now nownearby nownearby
nearby town report nprt from two wo to six sixinches sixinches Ix IxInchN
inches and nd temperature tnlprlur just JUt above L cero ceroThe u neroThe
The T snow 0 reached he eat a as far la a u Clay Cleveland CIft CIftld Clayland ¬
land ld and nd a as far south a th a Columbus ColumbusIKEATKit Columbu ColumbuiBEtTFR ColumbusJRF4TFR
IKEATKit iBEtTFR oEBUn fKHtKr CITY CITYf CiTpotian T TPrlrt
potian f te iann eM Predicted Prlrt far farline Irnnl frmm
line K Btev anleud nnl nnlt rd avway I is B Haiti Haitit Mt MtAt
At t i no one oe nf f the I e latrrt 11 atest pt meetings ln5 ever everheld evrheld everheld
held br Iy iv the th Jer Jll Jery y City cu Prd Pla of fr Trad Tradthe Trsdthe r
Ih the member Itr litt night DliM lxxjmHthe bomo LoenI te rwoj rwojsot roJ roJctof rJ rJe
e sot ctof or tlOtnJIOI theeonttuctI4r thecon tructloi I ly y Hudson HldO county countynf eln elnof
of A subway llwT under Indfr the t CUlnl Hudson Boulevard Boulevardfrom 1114r hiositevardfrom
from the th Bergen ran county tlnt line lne to e the h Kill Killvan Ki Killvan
van Kull KII connecting Mnelnc with lth lh the Ih McAiloo McAilootunnel MoAtlontitnnel Ieo Ieotllnn1
tunnel system Iytm at Summit lmmlllvu avenue Irf Irfit Jrey JreyCity r ey eyCity
City it
CityFrederick itI Frederick I rlek Dunham an engineer lnNr sakithat said saidthat kl kltht
that the estimated tlmal cost CI of building hulklnJ a afourteen afotirteen
fourteen fOlrtn mile ml subway six 1 mile Il nf which whichwould whichwoiskh hIMI hIMIwould
would lie h cut I and cover fr construction constructionind cnlnlrlon cnlnlrlonnd constnact ion ionand
and eight 1 < h mile mlj tunnel lunnll const cntnlclon cntnlclonwuul oontnsction oontnsctionwotiki met Ion Ionwould
would wuul lie I f SSOO Uomom A county Clnt long IonI suit suitway 111 111way suihway
way he rakl 11 mean le A county cOlnt long city cityt el elllm
t dream llm of If the Ih past that shoukl hllkll IM realhvd realhvdIn IRI71 IRI71in
In the 1 near future tll With a subway which whichrill whichwi whichwilt
wi wilt rill so 1 closely r1 ly bring together tOltlr the people peopleIhnmghout ioihthroutghottt J
Ihnmghout I th the hi length Inath of r Hudson udl countyIhe county lnl1thr
the inevitable InIA must hapien hal mnolida mnolidallon flldA flldAlon
llon lon anil when the 1 census IU of 1971 III 19 appear appearit apl apli
i it should oul read nad something like Ik thin thinGreaterJenwyCity thlOltrJy thlisl6rruterJnwy
GreaterJenwyCity OltrJy City population lmnfm lmnfmIhe 11lnl 11lnlthe
the fourth city e of the Ih United Slate SlateRU KlatIITTHlIU StatesIPITTSHI
IITTHlIU IPITTSHI RU RUt tIUTIn SR STHI IrIn IrInI Jf1IT Jf1ITi
t U I twilt IM lt Varnier V mlft 4vimeUman lmn lmnt ten Centletnl ten51p1i41
tletnl t ef r Taking Tkr a Mrtbe MrtbePrrruBCBO tlrlbPIT8ttl Bitt BittPrrrsmnvlzu
PrrruBCBO PIT8ttl April prlll 19 M I I Swift Hlt Jr a nforroerC arurmfunriman aformertsuiitseilman
rurmfunriman formertsuiitseilman forroerC < mnrilman wa found fOund guilty uilY this thivening thisevening hi hiyflna
evening of accepting bribe lrl while whlll a mm mnmer mmlMr mmher
lMr her > er of Councils ouncl Th T The Jury jnr recommen rCmmfd1 rCmmfd1Hj ruscoinmcndest ruscoinmcndestSwift l l liwifl
Swift Hj to the Ihl Court ourt mercy mercyTill mtr7TIIII mercyThIs
Till TIIII wo w was the th first e c osee > to 0 IM I tried rlf in the Iheleinup th thd1 thecleatsiep
leinup d1 11 II of grafter Itl1 nnd briber hrib and the theiiick Ih IhInlek thet1uiick
Inlek iiick conviction rnlchm of Swift Kwrl ha Ia brought broughterror hmlth hmlthtrror brotightterrsr
error to t forty other Councilmen eOllnrilmPI tmhs who h have Iwveteen ba baIndictl havetween
tween teen indicted Indictl and nd la have ve refused rn to confess confeean cnr cnrin
in n open up court courtAfter clrl clrlter courtAfter
After ter the h verdict rdt in Swifts case was wa an anlounced anDOlt announced
lounced DOlt tonight onpt Assistant Altaot District Oilrot At Attorney Attorney ¬
tom torney Warren Wr Seymour or wa was a called alf by bytelephone bytflphOO bytiphoe 1
telephone by many persons I later ter he helaid h heaidthat
tflphOO b mn Jr I
laid aidthat that tht the tbeolcoftho iheomceorthe office of the District Attorney Attorneytad uomyhd
tad hd decided df to t reopen rP the court cu to those thoseho thoewho hO I Iwho
who ho would woul like Ik to t confess Of and so save saveheraelve aeIhml savethemnesives
heraelve Ihml trial rl A rush rh of Councilmen Councilmento Cuncime Cuncimeto
to the h confessional cflol I r Is predicted prlc for to toBorrow to tomorw tomorrow
Borrow morw morwAf morrowAfter BorrowAfter
After Af Swift had hd been b convicted cle ex exrouacilman nCoucUmn cxCouncilman
Councilman CoucUmn Klein Klen who wo I I doing doac time Im In Inhe 10he Inthe
and nd who bo bott
he penitentiary pltl for grafting aftlne wa wahe wasthe
he tt chief ohl witn wt witness gInst Swift Swft Mt sent th thollowiag thfollw the thefollowing
following follw to t toRwift Swift Swn ala Dont Dol worry wool worrynId old pal palrber rl palThet
rber Ten ar ar are worse 0 place than lhn th the penl penlantlary pl pltrtlar penitantiary
antlary trtlar Plttaburg Pt burc pc Council CUel for in inMas II inetance
etance etanceMa tn tnIs
Mas Is O ljli of Pittaburg Pluburc wo wat at home homeret bl blM homeyesterday
yesterday ret M rd y for fo a f short a time tm to t frientf frientfiromineat Irlel IrlelprolNt frlensprominent
prominent prolNt among 10C whom who wo was u District Dlerl At Atoraey AItom Attorney
oraey tom W A BUkIy Ile of Itttaburg Itbr Tea Teanot Te Tea Tenwas
was a not ootOut nerved swrvedOut nervedOut
Out in f the Smoky 8y City at 11 leslies name nmlt nmlta ha haen has hasbeen
a been > en mentioned meloe in connection CMto with wt craft craftind cf graftand
and BUkeley BkeT decided ded that b I would wold like likeo Ilk liketo
t to o find flld him Tb T District Drict Attorney Atom got gotsordthat cotwo gotword
wo word sordthat that I lAe leniJe aUewaattheHotel wasat at the lotllmprl lotllmprlbt hotel Imperial Imperialut
bt but > ut leslie IUI sent word wor that ht his hN health hlh waa w ao aolad a sobad
lad bd that lht a trip rp to t Pittsburg Ptbrl would w011 mult multn It ItIn
In n a serious MOg aggravation auton of hi hi his malady maladyThi mld mldTla maladyThis
This Tla did not oo satisfy tll Mr BUkelsy Dllfly o yeerday ye yeststdar M Mhe
erday he turned tum up with wll a Pittsburg PIUablJ doo dooior do dccI
I ior and nd oalllog olliC up the h hotel learned INmf that thatMr thatMr hatMr
Mr I ello < would w011 be b at home hofJ at t n certain certainsour Nln Nlnbor certainI
I bor boar sour So 8 be b got ot a New w York physician pDinn on onIt OI
I bla It way to t the h hotel hoel Leslie LI It I wo wa said saidaad addbad Id Idb
bad b been D for some time tinder treatment treatmentby tlllt tllltb
b by tb Ib hotel bo1 physician phriD for heart trouble troubleind tmhllt tmhlltaD troubleand
and aD when wh tb the h District De Attorney Ator and nd the Ibetwo tb thetwo
two physician re reached chad cbe I leslies ell room m they theyround Uf theyfound
round ro py with wl him tb the b hones hO phyo physician and andlaotber a andanother
another aoUe doctor do who wo had been b called clM In InKKuukatlon I inconsultation
consultation olUo After AfA the th examination ulntlo the tberot lb lbYo thevot
rot Yo Mood M 2 to t 2 a as to wbe whether Mr Leslie Ile Ilew IeslleM
w WI M too t 11 I to t co C back bJ They T are r wonder wonderng woder woderICt wondering
ICt ing ng at the t hotel hol what wht the t District Dtrct Attor Attoroya Atto AttoI Attorttey
a next raow will be beIf betr
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Mayer 1 Tf Tetis > H Him Hi to Walk Wa It I U lie Can CanCatca Ca CentCatch
Catch C a car carThe Ca CaT carThs
The T Aldermen Ald adopted adopte last week we i ireaolution a aresolution
resolution fluton permitting Jrlt < the tb Coroner Clr of oUllch oUllchmond RJoh RJohmond Be
mond to t buy bu an a automobll autbl at t a cost o oajeo 01 01Mor
ajeo Mayor Mor Caynor ODO v vetoed Co toed It Itd yesUr yesUrday vesterdjiy
day d Ue said aaldTha ahl ahlTe saidThe
The Te Coroner ll of Richmond Rchmod doe do to toneed 1 not notneed
need n automobile than Uu UuMayor theMayor
an autloblc any ay more m t t
Mayor doe do It would oud s a luxury luxuryThe IU1U luxuryTb
The Th transportation trnJrtoo faollltln laUUe ar an are adequate adequabla adeu
la RJcbmond IUcbmod oountyand oouDtad county and I can o My y also alsofrom Je Jefrom O OImm
from actual aul upe xperieno that tht the Ue walkJtsi walkJtsithere walf walkftsgthere
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there tbe I Ig good goodTABOO co coTABO
TABOO TABO OV 0 HO WORD f > USRflES USRflESUnited aiRIK aiRIKCaltrd Ull Ullllr
United llr Htoe him Workers Wlr Change Cler Census CenttMot CHt CensuslIen
t t lIen n Ho M N at a to head d d11lo Trouble TroablePirnmcuo TroublePrrnntveo
Pirnmcuo 11lo April 19 JITe iflo Tho effort fao ol oltjie orIII ofis
tjie III is United Mine ln Worker Work to t get e away awayfrom swayfrom y ylrom
from all mention lenloo of strikes trlkf was Wa demon demonstrated coa coaItrt dstnonstrafed ¬
strafed Itrt today t at th the annual convention conventionof COVltoD
of District Oad Vo N t tTbe ITe LTb
Tbe Te Tb Oral Q line lne of Article rtlel X X L of the dis district dl dltct dltrlct ¬
trict tct constitution cntlluton start 11r Whoa eD strikes arlb strikesocctr trikMoccur
occur r A resolution rsluton wa wa warn presented IlrNntd IlrNntdthe to tothn tothe
the convention cnvenoo tn strike rke out the word wordstrike wr worditrfl
strike arl itrfl aad 1 iMort Ir this tL word on trouble troubleTlio trolJbl troublThe
The resolution Iluton was not nlt debuted dlttd and lnd the thacliange theehanl thechange
change suede b unanimous vote voterOHAKKH voteF0R41EH
ehanl wan Wil mid by ulnlmou vot votNUIH
rOHAKKH NUIH NOT OT IT IK 1Ul 1Ulblr WitOliS WitOliS4athlng irflf5 irflf5Nothing
Nothing blr none ltn b by > Publlo Pblo Men al Just oua Net Netla N NI ow owto
la I Make laf lllnt t4e t4eFxSenalor N Nsfnlor iloExSenator
FxSenalor sfnlor Joseph R Foraker Iorkr of Ohio Ohioat
I is at the WalilorfAstoria WldorAtor leaving vlnK conic com1on cm conicon
on 01 to o meet h part 11r of hi his family faiy which Is Isarriving I Iurrlvlnl Isarriving
arriving urrlvlnl from rrn Fun 111111 ln > > e > but llt he said yea yeatenlay 1 1tnly yeatershay
tenlay tnly that lie had nothing to 1 lay y about aboutthn ahoutth
thn th Mituation political lollr1 or 0 otherwise otherwiseThere othfri othfriTh otlerwiiwsTIsere
There Th I is nothing IUhlnl I would care CI to dl dlCIUM die dictses
CIUM CI said id the General In answer to a aquestion aqllon aquestion
question No o 1 must refuse nf1 I am a not notIn nolIn notIn
In public puhln life lif and nd I may add acd I dont dontow dot dotnhln
ow anything nhln in il the th h achievement ahlmelo of men menIn m mV menIii
In V public puhlo life lf to make anybody jraloit jraloitFORT jlol jlolORT jeslouaFORT
FORT OT IT Of mT T FOR IIN SKY ttVITOL ttVITOLAt TOR TORM TBIwI
M le IwI t Net et t Imirr ntft the 11 Krw ew law Iwur as a a aroputar aPopular
Popular ur faixlldatr faixlldatrTBE aisdidateTaxox Ilt IltTRENN
TBE TRENN Taxox TOV April IB IHo < 5ov Fort 0 today todaydisclaimed tody todyd todaydisclaImed
disclaimed d adalmfl any intention of taking ad advantage ld ldana advantage ¬
vantage ana of the new IW law lw under undr which whlrh ho homight homlaht homIght
might become Ilme a popular pIULr candidate mnoldt for forUnited forUnit forUnited
United Unit States Hlu Senator lntor He 11 said Id that no nopetition noJlilon nopetition
petition Jlilon would wOlllll l is e tiled 11 in hi his behalf lhAI if I he hecould hc hccM hecould
could cM prevent pell it llenddedthat 1 lie nddd that he hi ex expected cxfiemeted s spC ¬
pected pC next nlt week k to 0 make mil public plblo a state statement statement tte ttemenl ¬
ment which would define defn hi his own position positiona
pton ptonnprd
a as regard nprd the tIe United Ullli State Senatorship SenatorshipThe Snlohlp SnlohlpTh
The Th Governor Oovmor said Id hn h fully fl approved approvedof approv
of the tb course CUI which 1m bass listen taken rkftn by byhi b bhi byhis
hi his predecessor prr exGovernor Stoke Stokein HIOkNIn
in declaring clrln himself hlmll a candidate candlct for the theUnited theUnited h hUnit
United Unit State Mtl Senate Rnatf by circulating cmJtln a apetition I apetitIon
petition ttlon which whih will wll result rlit in a popular popularexpression pplliar pplliarupn popularexpression
expression upon upn hi his candidacy ndllaC at the Ih next nextRepublican nftstRllblkan nextRepublican
Republican Rllblkan primaries prmAri Oov Fort or regarded regardedthis Iprf
this aa in line In8 with the modern moem tendency tendencyin lndenC
in favor of the Ih choice choi of United Unlf State StateSenator HI HIntol StatesSenators
Senator ntol by b the h people peoplesriKK pctOplelE people51IKi
sriKK lE JWBWV B8il ytj WUH IHK IHKHit 111list
Hit H Bad Krtapte After Cft Kaerkeal NaM b bBrtoreH bIHIn by byItrlsroHHeetnr
BrtoreH IHIn ItrlsroHHeetnr BoelnnFrar Ir Fear Bratat B listen listenfptrtnl 11 11l Lesionperai
fptrtnl l rn Cttlf C4 Dllpatt lJP4l1 It I II TBS Mrs torI MrslAIss
I lAIss < cih I > x April prl 19 Spike Ron who whowas ho howi how
wi w was knocked knOk out u at 1 the National SAtlm11 Sioring SioringClub Sllrln SllrlnI SsoringChili
Club I hlb la last t night nlht by h Jem P Driscolt Drll remained remainetlunionsclous ImalntC1 ImalntC1Intolll remainedtmflonusdoiie
unionsclous minutes after being beingcarried beingcarried
Intolll fortyfive rortfft Ilnu afr Iina Iinacrric
carried crric to his bl dreing room A doctor doctorfinally dcornnAlly ltctorfinally
finally revived rvl him but he 1 had n rel rfII relapes relapeshi p pIt
It I a i s learnt earne < that hi liis ii condition wn wnM wnI was
M I > M seriutss > rioiis todav 1 that do wa w unable 1111 lo lobe If Ifroomlt tohi
be removed roomlt from 1 the t Nuticnul SIIInul SportIng SfMirtlngClub SportInglush rlln <
Club 11 lush The Thl rliy rhyliuIII < lciun attending aUCnlll him himfenr himtbnt himfear
fear that he h nniy IIIY hav have u tuitnd I h1 con conCIIMIOII ctn ctn1iOI
CIIMIOII 1iOI of the 0 brnin brninthe min
the 1 1 h tie rfilice 1IiC vill Yi ill tuk t4Lke k < no 10 flu action lnn against agnlnstwo Rlnint RlnintUriacollnl againstDriseohl
Uriacollnl Driseohl asslesa 111 ltlssots di di1Ilrln die dieIUI
wo till or iKnniKrr iKnniKrrKenate 1Ilrln 1Ilrlnf
Kenate f Ionimlttpe om 1atar 1Dr II I II tic Ua Wr Wrliurli Hehiatts
I liurli Iur qunlurl tulu Itlll ItlllAIDAVT 11 11UOST 1111AtniT
AIDAVT April fril IB II The Th Senate In Ciliew CiliewCommilttM II itt ittCoinutittes
CommilttM Commi reportml rl1 fivorublv flurlhlv lomght lomghtthe
the b GmdyI rissiyIee bill hi giving I in < the h IH lionnl of ufFjtiinntc ofIt ofEstlittatu
Fjtiinntc It I ia I anil nl tih Apporliontnent i It f New NewYork tW tWYork w work
York ork city cit td right rKht by ly rpeulution rllloI to is 0 create createa rnal rnala
a Inn of mebnety inr to look after arr inebri inebriate hhriat ¬
at ate noel Senator fnltr Wuinwrights Wlinwrilhl lull hilhol hilholihilg ubol ubolindunt tiholishiiist
indunt ihilg th I hi old Aii t1usltict IUIIr Mluot I oininiwiu IIIn > n and andlrant unC unCrnrrinK stinttrnnuserring
lrant trnnuserring rnrrinK > fernng it 11 ita employee llly to the Ih control controlnf orol orolnf
nf tin I h in Commissioner lmllolr of Water ar Ga as and andKlfctricity an antlt slidglcctricuty
Klfctricity Klfctricityif tlt riei v vI
if I I t1IllfI u I nit I ill n niniHt I 1 in n i iirrn IIITEIITue iirrnTwo T j
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site Hh Itailt n ItainsRrtl ItainsRrtlTHIRK tisnisErtiTElleR
TElleR TUIRI lUlHK 11111 In hii Itid < l April Apri It 1 The TheChicago Th ThMlrall ThisCIiicags
Mlrall Chicago nnd nd Ka t Fietrni In lTti Illinois Ilnolll Rnilroad Rnilroadbridgp nlno hIaiIrislsbridge
bridge r r over 0 the Ih Wnbnsh WI1h Hiver 1r1 nt t liiiton tlintonIrii liiitonIml lntnhl
Iml wa was dvnumiteil hllmil1 tonight and l holly hollylm hxsdlv hxsdlvdssnssgrti dly dlydamaged
damaged damagedThere lm dssnssgrtiThere < tC1 tC1T
There T were two I explosion and two twopier twoplr twouSIera
pier plr wen Wf damngiKl datn < rl A man Iln was WAi peso pesorunning eenrunning n nI
running rlnnin < from the th brUlge hrkll No o motive I Iknown III IIIknown isknown
I knownHITTH knownl10ITT known
l10ITT HITTH HIXS 1ItTIW ILETRIt P1 ITIT ITITf TTRupperted
Rupperted f hy h George Gorle nmtncneace sns snsHppesnd nd ndttppased n np
ttppased p b I > General 1 Kleetrle KleetrlePeter EIrclrkPeter rt rtrtr
Peter Cooper Coopr Hewitt lewt of New IW York the theInventor theloeor theInventor
loeor Inventor of the mercury mlrcul vapor vaJt electric electriclamp electriclamp Ietrl Ietrllamp
lamp which whic bears la his hi name haa ha won on th thlegal Ihlea1 the thelegal
legal battle htl which whic haa h ha been n waged waf in the thePatent IbePttt thePatent
Pttt Patent Office Omc and the th United Cnlle Stale court courtlhee cu cuth courtsthese
these th nix Is years over the th question of o pri priority prlority prionly ¬
ority of invention of a static device for fortransforming fortrnforln fortransforming
transforming alternating JltrDtlne electric 1eric current currentInto cu currentsInto
Into direct currentThe current curr currT currentaThe
The dire device i is technically < hlcAI called c11 a recti rectifier rll rllfr iecu iecufler ¬
dorc
fier T It la I a designed dHIIf to supersede upe th thcostly thcostly h hcty
fr costly I cumbrous cumbrus machine mahic known Iown aa s a arotary arla arotary
cty rotary transformer trnformftr of which there Iheor are aremany a amny aremany
rla hun hundred hUDdr hundrda
many thousand thoUnd In use changing chinK ¬
dred of thousands Ihon of electrical elerial Bone Bonepower bo bop borepower
dr power from alternating maUna into direct dll cur current currt current ¬
p rent Mr ro Hewitts HewIt opponent wo w the thoGeneral th thGer1 theGeneral
rt Ger1 General Electric Elerlo Company Cfmpy He If wo w was sup tupported IUP supported
prtf ported by George Ofrl Weatlnghoime Weatlnghoimeiv W flnlholM flnlholMfB
FOR fB Wl1X iv R ir4Mif ir4Mifntcneti H4U IRI IRIn PtRDAV PtRDAV2ouo
n 2ouo ntcneti Ilan the th PelltUn Pi I Whleh hhrh I Tart TartTurns Tf TaftTurn
Turns User In Wlrbersham WlrbershamWAHHINOTOK WIckersemWaslilitotoN
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WAHHINOTOK AKINGTN April prl 1 I President Icnl Taft Tafttoday Tnto Tafttoday
to today referred rr a petition ptlo for the tb Pardon ftanlonof
of John R Walsh ala the t Chicago llr < o Itonker Itonkerwho hnkr hnkrwh Itankerwho
who wh i is now no serving rviDI a sentence ntn for wreck wrecking wrecking I ¬
ing a I Chicago Clr Institution hltulnn to 101M the Jpart Jpartm Departmint Depart Department ¬
mint of Justice JIII The TI petition ptllo wa wabrought wasS
S m brought to 0 the th President rIdnt by b Representa Representative l pnl ¬
ties Ciillop of the tll Second Mnd Indiana district districtIt dllric
11 It bore CuIOI more than 2inn n11 signature llln Mr MrTaft MrTaft r rTr
Taft b will wait walllnli until the cae come CR to t him himin himI II
Tr 1
Iin I action aio in the tb regular Ilir way l efore hfo > ho h take any anyaction Iny Inyaio anyaction 1 1hn
Uamsh Change hn hnCI Ills N NCharle Sean SeanCharles
Charles CI K i Domaky 0 of 21 Wet t 117th 117thstreet l1h 117thstreet
III street got at pormisoion prilo from fr Supreme SupremeCourt HupremeCoa SupremeCourt
Coa Court Justice Jutlce BUnchard Bllcrd yesterday try to tochange t tochange
change his name to 1 Denenn DD because becauseDam b becauseDamiuky
ch Dam Damiuky ky subject hi uhje nao him hm to Jet and a ridicule ridiculeand rdl rdla ridiculeand
I a and cause Jl W create ca of It sound ad a prejudice pjuice jt ant against him h be because b because
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ALDRIDGE BEATEN BEATENBY
BY 5831 VOTES VOTESHIYIRS VOTESHiliS VOTESHasis
I
HIYIRS HiliS Snips RKhistir RKhistiraid RO lstlr lstlral
aid al All Excipt Three TlirieGiutry ThrlCIltr ThreeCiutry
Giutry CIltr Towns TownsA I IA
i A GREAT GRET REPUBLICAN REUIA FLOP FLOPDwmcrftt FO FLOPCrat
Dwmcrftt Drat Whis WI Wwrt W tht ti OM OMParty O OldParty
Party Pay ThMcht Tt It Was WasMtst WasMt WasMist
Mist Mt Strong Strongttal StrOI
ttal unb 1 > Else t nartU n of III e Own n 1 City Cly GIve Girothe 01 01Ule GIvethe
the Hoes H a PlantlDTwe ef 1 Them ThemMam n nlam ThemPtlum
lam Ward Warhlasrs arcIeI l taes the UI fit City by byIn 374 374ln f fn
In n lees Rrpahllrana Carried nra nraUhlrlrt t1I8Hlrlet ibeDistrIct
DistrIct by 101 i 8 iT AT a nWerrnpe DI < rrtftrtl of oflBeee ofot ofI0000
lBeee Votes ot Varying nplnlem nplnlemTee 0111 0111T OpitilonsTee
Tee T Marti IpWI pHI Hue Comrartit ComrartitIrtcrNa ral ral1r I IlrtrSaslt
1r IrtcrNa lrtrSaslt U Hran n < i aRrbttkr a ftlh to Can C Cnnnlnfldlt Caltsenlans Cannanbm
nanbm nnnlnfldlt BmlCfmMrnce hi G GfiotIIMTIUt Gsv er 1 lactic I1sIeIflWIIEATER lacticRorilMTKR
RorilMTKR N V April AIrilllt IB Th The Demo Democratic P8 P8natlc ¬ ii iicratic
cratic sweep I I Is on oh without the th slightest allghtMttniatakn slightestmistake lIeh lIehmiaak
mistake if the result III to today < lay of the thegreca C Con Congives a aatHl
gives campalRn in the special epecialfor elttctl elttctlfor elecen elecenfor
for Reprcflentativn U4 > in the Thirtyaeooad Thirtyaeooaddistrict oolld oollddlalrict
district between I n James 8 Ha havens vena Demo Densocrat 011 011onat Democrat
crat and George OOr W Aldridge Repub Republican flepublican Republean
lican i Is an indication indlcntionMr
Mr Haven has ha defeated Mr Ir Aldridge Aldridgeby Aldrid Aldridh Aldridgby
by h a plurality of 5WI Inasmuch InasmuchIhce a athe as asthe
the lute Representative Perkins rklna Re Republican Republican Busputlirnn ¬
publican carried rarri the district In 10OI by by10leT
10187 today todll result shows a difference differenceof dllle dllleof
of 1SB9H vote voteMr voteMr ot otIr
Mr Ir Haven Carrie the city of ftocb ftocbter RochN RochNIftr Rochester
ter by 374S UO In IKM Mr lr Perkins csirritd csirritdt c
It t by 83IS The difference i BM1 1 vote voteThe votesThe 0 0Thll
The result ult today Ioda tnltie almost to todot a adot adot
dot with that In the Ih Fourteenth Mama MaMchunetla M MchWleUedltrict I Ichuattsdiatrlct
chunetla chWleUedltrict district where wMt at a recent recentpecla1 recentpecla1lectlon cent special apedolelection specialelection
election Eugene X Fo Foea Democrat Democratuverttirned OImocratofrtumed Democratoverturned
overturned a Republican J plurality in inIBM InIIIOIt i ii00e
IBM of Mono 000 and nd won by BOOO e making makinga maldqdlrente
a difference o f 30000 0X vote voteThe voteaTh votesThe
The last Democratic Congressman Con far farthl fMthle fecthis
this district wa warn Col 1 Albert Albertelected 8 8Greenleiif SGresenleaf
Greenleiif elected In IJ89O 1890 just two twoyear t1l8yea twoyears
year before Ifo the tb Cleveland tidal tidalof w wave waveof v vof
of 1807 which was 111II the result f If > the th Me MefCinley YeKlnle MeKinley
fCinley Klnle tariff IAri Uw IA and nd the disapproval by byItepubllcans byIwpublleanll byRepublicans
Republicans of the Harrison administrat administration ¬ I Ilion
ion ionMr
Mr Ir Havens If carried rrled all of the th Repub Repubican RepubliNn I Iliesn
liNn stronghold not only onl in the city of oflocheter ofHochtr ofRochester
Rochester hut the th country rounr town to of ofMonroe 01Iollroe ofMoisroes
Monroe county which make up the Con Coort Conglees Congreft
glees rt district He carried earn his hi own ward wardy wardby
b by > y ft 11II where whn the la hate to Representative Per Perkins Perkinll Perhines ¬
hines RepuhlUiin rurrie < l It in 19J1 I by byW byMr byI byIr
I W u I
uMr
Mr Ir HavftiH carried neventeen n of the thflntytwo tMht thetnefltyt
ht tnefltyt > ntytwo w ssi waril anlll in the II city of Rochester Rochesternnd ltocluatIIlId
and all but 11 three thr of the nineteen nln coun counry counIr country
Ir try ry towns Mr Ir AMridgti carried hi own ownward 0 0war1 ownward
ward by M s IVrkine carried it in ZOOS 1888Ity 11198yllll ZOOSby
Ity yllll yllllII onu onuIt t tIt
It hit h lieen 11 a aIIarn > iarent from the th start startthat startthat rt rthat
that no Itepublicuii could l Is > e elected in inIhe Inth inthe
the th district The 11 very r y atmosphere hail hailbovti halti hasbei
i bovti II heavy with JIM Ih this fomilant mllan of matm matmructiirer mlmraet muatitifnctiirre
ructiirer raet urno over ver the lIt il wool schedule in tlioAltlrirhlayno thin thaA thinAldriettiayis
A Altlrirhlayno tariff bill ami clothing clothing1iiinmifuctiirfrHaljoiiml clothlncanlllclllrrll clothingiii
iiinmifuctiirfrHaljoiiml anlllclllrrll uOIm1 iuthinnock lu hill nook of thn thnwoods thswoods MWo
Wo woods < rdli Indeed very ry general dlatisfo dlatisfolion dlluoaliflion
lion ho has been J heard over the 110 Republican Republicannational nPllhllcannaUon1 hhspsshllcannational
national policies and the th feeling over the theattitude theAllud ifs ifsattittsile
attitude of r the h Administration tariff tariffixtlicy tarlllpolicy tariffpolicy
policy Inward Canada nda ha h hiss l h11 ueii pro pronounced proIIIIIIllf protlOIitsdPI ¬
nounced If not nn downright bitter bitterfllirT hlltfrt hitterrrtjrr
fllirT t III HOLHK tJOC IX Tnt RBMIKK RBMIKKTlien RERt1KTIIn JSEMIKgrIsen
rIsen ton 00 a feeling has h cropped out outigainst outaaSlnl outagainst
against certain legislation 1 < IIIItlon at Albany Albanynotably AlbanynOlahly Albanynotably
notably the h oral I ral letting hill Disinter Disinterested DIlnervO Disintereteei ¬
ested voters vO those Iho who said they had hadno hadno
no interest In rt direct or remote with race raecracks raeetrck racetracks
racks or racetrack n Irck betting announced announcedtheir nnouaGedhcolr
their opposition to this measure a am an anindication aaIndlelon anifllicstiOfl
indication of an attempt tnpt to interfere Inlrrerewitla Inlrrerewitlawht with withhat
what hat were spoken of f a as the Ih personal personalright ptreoaaJrichl personalrights
right of the individual If onehaH of ofrhat ofwbat ofwhat
what ha h l been > een heard here U I correct a lot lotf letof lotof
of > f folks are re wearied wfrl of the uplift move raovornent mo momcont movemeflt
rnent aa they th term it itWe IIW itWe
We W are being uplifted out of sight sighti
I is i the h general comment followed by It Itsets 1 1g 1tgets
sets g on your nerve this thl constant uplift upliftidea upliftId upliftides
idea Id Just let I us be plain human humanTor bets betsfor b4afor
for a change changeirntcr chanKmcr chsngamer
irntcr or THE Jiwx CHECK i iWhat 1fT trsteorte trsteorteWhat Gt1IL Gt1ILWht
What part did the Elijah Kennedy Kennedyheck K Kch Kennedycheck
heck ch k of 11000 to Mr Aldridge Idrld ply pl la latodaya I II intodays
I todaya result Th The Rphinx herself could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not anawer jnawer Doubtless DoubU it had It its effect effectnut effectbut ect ectbul
nut the Ih Rochester Hrall which ha ha sup supported up upported IIpport
port ported Mr Ir Haven H with every fore at att atIts t
Its t command put It thus Prohlm In Inproportion IDpmportlon inproportion
proportion If a ttOOO t check th k i Ie the th fair fairneaatire fairmeeumre fairmeasure
measure of the value of the h organiza organization organintions ¬
tIn tions support of a good < ood insurance law lawwhat Ia IaWht lawwhat
what ought It to 0 g get t for supporting uppo11iIttri a atariff atariff
tri tariff that compelled every e poor man im immerica InAmerica a amfric
America to buy shoddy clothing at t tpriee a ance aprice
price > nce higher hl < br than that paid abroad for forreal forreI
real 1 woollen woollenAtDMDOr woollensALDnIDOg OOlifOllllLPIOOP
AtDMDOr MOOD T OP TOO PAT PATIt PATII PATii
II i ie known that Mr Aldridge after afterthe aflrpublication afterthe
the publication of the Slonu check affair affairind alTairnd aflairand
and nd especially recently received tele teleKram tel telItram telgrame
Kram and letter front Mr lr Kennedy Kennedywherein KeenedI
I wherein Mr Kennedy stated that h hnever he heI Iinever
I never meant to harm Mr Aldridg but butMr bmfr butMr
Mr fr Atdridge ban vouchsafed no reply replyto
to thee Ih communication Also It Itknown beat beatbeen h hbeen
been known all along that Mr Ir Aldridg AI Aldcldehas Aldridgtias Ir IrI
I has b refused to 0 accede to the h dtroand of ofthe ofI ofthe
the National tlonaJ Clothiers Clothl Association that thatti thiatput
I ti put himself 1 ca record aa favoring fYOr1qrecluetlon a areduction aseduction
reduction of the wool oel ehdule Insisting insiMlnsthat il1 JltlDahat
that be stood by the principle of hi hiparty him biapArty himPAP
party partyThen
pArtyThea Then too Mr Aldridg boa received rosir4I
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