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THE iH SUN MONDAY MAY 9 1910 3
DOT EY TALKS OF THE KING KINGfi
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Mr tpprrrlttrd Mark IarkTaIns Twain T aln Wa WaATI JUnn lunAt1Irtt
At1Irtt ATI n > tu r CUT UT S J May 1IayllSrnator 1IayllSrnatorIlr LSnter LSnterCbr Senater Senaterf
f Cbr u Ilr M I nept PEpAW wwhoi whotsatthMflrlghton whotsatthMflrlghtont hoiut atth hDriah lMghU n nVv nHr
Hr Vv t alHH todar t0i about King Ed Edtr Edar
tr 1I horn he h know well when the theIt th thK
It K ifi n II a I Prince of Valm Wal The Th Thtr Soon Sent
t tr r Mid MidKine tI tInl
Kine Kn nl FdwirrJ would haro made A Apeit AJffS t tgr1
peit tmenenn bail hi hll lot boen n cait caitTitfc catttI it itqith
Titfc tI ri t country rounlr inttead ln t4acI of twlnf born bornso
10 0 ti thP Fngllth FMh h throne Mora than a King Kingput KineI
I put factor for pef If v and nlt cood 00 ond < 1 will willuconc willut1I11 Willnation
uconc nations lw pa puN pawd < 1 away wa y On 00bli OnbU
1 bli 4 Hiv W o know l hy > y frequent vi Yita iti to tobt toIn toS
S bt riutrY In < how h great a lo 101 li brought broughtin
in I hi P domain by hi his dNthIpt death eipecially ally
n vw of r the th h prMwnt crisi In n the IlOlit IlOlitcj > olit olitai
ai iwje 104 4 if l Oreat Untam I would com compare romIff ciinpa0 ¬
pare hi tlealh with lth the Ih trngio end nit of ofyKf orK of4Kev
yKf 4Kev K < r It ejptalna 1pln how doe he h wa wat W WI A AI
I H l intrymen of every Iry Hat ria Hi HiIT 11I11 11I11II iIidv
II dv IT KrtiM nr a en nw e or personal Icxw h and aniliiKtiirlu IIn1MJrl andwj1ctiiI
iiKtiirlu 1 orrow throughout hi hiq At At0ur d d1I1IrjII dnrn
0ur 1I1IrjII 1I1IrjIIr n nF
F ing It hi hili eiilogy 10 < < 1 or f the Ih t late la I King KingSn KingSflA
Sn rvpew f flp w talked freely f lr of hi ae aei atiI a aWith
i liinuim iI I with lth him All 11 through lit litpvB hill hillnlor bicvtnn4ry
pvB cvtnn4ry rry Seiwtor nlor tVpew epdw continually continuallyattention rontlnRllyd
d 4r < attention 111110 to th < openly op niy eiprew zpriid zpriidf i if
f feline of Kln King Edward inward inwardinfi
infi 11I1 c CI 0 and Amoricun institution lie liei lieu lbp
p i
u t Prince rin of Wales W41 and long before beforeh h fur furb
h 1 tlaSIOfl w Mon in the I ti throne tbro the II th late King Kinga iii iiian Kingav4
a an v m rqtrd i ie J on howng < < hi his fnrad fnradtt fnrntiwtl
tt > icw I iwtl M American On Inrdent Inrdentfr1 InIInlfArII IneI nt ntt
fr1 t particularly fArII rI Itnprewed nw tt TIt wa Hint Hinth
h p h I I f 01 44e > U < w at a I dinner to which whicht i iJamA
t a ji lamn am O 1 maIn had MII tn inr tnNt
r nd 1 i as iv a gn i t of tlm rnnw Pfln > during duringrf dlrinPI
rf PI i i niter rn r a nit lt t 10 FUiglarKi Iron lit litMf h hI haf <
Mf af I < T IM mIl A i candidate < IIndlll for lre I II Iru1r i iin
in I > Knowing onc thin h the th Princ of Wale ak
1 U I r ial iloligK in honoring Amcri Amcric mrIc
c ihT i th dnner generally < < ArallyI114AllrI wen wenroom WPrfflo
I room I114AllrI fflo cr1 r tn n Mr Ir IHami IHamiTh 1WlnT DlaanTh
Th T or to n < vption ltOfJ wa u a Duke or th throral t troaI h hronl < I
roral Iv tIM iv I wh hAd nude a rrpijlillot rrpijlillotfor I
for t lK tortrno v > > > n nhn hni and nd Uick of ta < > Durinc Durinca ttirIna
a 1 h 1 m fl H onversution after th o ccthl c4Tee c4Teetht > ffr ffrthi
thi nt n > > > wnsr Jn na 11 uliirtedotit uliirtedotitTko Iqrt t out outThe
Tko 11 greie i nutra lIrA in hiMory hltn wai waith WItAr waitte I
th tte r re f < I f v ir penplo itgain King Kinjrn Kingirg
rn f irg > > rge r III Thn ft wo1 a no jii Juliflt1I jiaalitlcatlontnt iillratlnr iillratlnrnr on onr
r tnt nr it I ihn It and 11r IhPr here r i Ia no < uu crjno now nowj
I tviiev t hei f w wa the Ih nly nI time I ever evei4w everLaw
4w 114 ri I Priiir etnUirra fljfl ej 1 Perhapi Perhapin P thart thartTnr
n > mr < r I Ptne JO could ha haw carried off oflthe orrIh offttt
the Ih jri ir n While hU the Ih entire nli gethering getheringit
UI it ID at i > nre IHmno replied pittl in hi care carefjllT catif4I I Ili1
fjllT li1 T mlOhllafd lul ted voice voicePet 01 01r OtCPPtap
Pet r Ptap hap my ri ofr dearir < arnr IIlr if Cnrl Jeorce nri III IIIhfl IIIha1 IIIhal
hal a j > mirh diplomacy dl > lom and had hala a widn widna IIiIkn
a kmwfilRf kn 11 of lr hi his propl av hi huo gre Ifrrt Ifrrttnfrit8 grittgrandc < it iterandK
erandK > n poe iiic o America might ftill 1111111EnIJt Iw IwEnslih IiThe
Enslih EnslihThe EnIJtTbf
The Princ utonc At nrx tiirrwl tll lhn ubjfrt ubjfrtt
t I th b er griat M rh tItF f of all 11 pr p prvnt ent lIt but lIt I aw NWtn iawn awh
h tn m grip np Hbilnei I1laln hand < 1 with a twinklt of ofadmiratum otadmiranon f fadmlratU
admiratum > n in hia ey r Y at 1 the Ih < I end of the theUcong IhtorJldwa thofttIein
rJldwa rJldwaJronj fttIeintitcing
Ucong Jronj th 1M recoll ritnitctioni 1nAtlon ctmn of Senator Senatorlvp SooflaorIpt inatoran
lvp w aro everal 1 AtOri or meeflng meeflnghrwe m tflihlflfliIbtWfl ftnlt1 ftnlt1ht
hrwe ht IbtWfl n th llIto Pnn of W Wnl And th 1M la lamtit I Imtltttd Iamnttj
mtit mtltttd d ark Twain Mr lr Cbnww one oneM on onn ontoiin44
M iin44 n J d a dlnn dlnnr r given by a noh nohtman nohtmanI noblmnahr mn mnho
ho I i athr th r wuh wihd d to patronir the I great greatm griatmncn rrat rratwntll
m wntll ncan humonvt H rJtahaUvl by bykpirtng h haflf1j byipiattng
kpirtng aflf1j In an old suit ui of < > f ancient cut cutand Miln111 cutn4
and n111 n4 tK llcaMr < > nhmy hI it t 11 h elbow elbowTfeir flIx flIxr iIbowartiar
Tfeir r that th KnelUtt n h itn n fIr him hirartid 1Ilmhd himltd
ltd not no grasp tli meamnic f T Tat fH fHAef f fact
act at tald rtenatm IVrmw 1 > oolOw lint I I r ralsrI ralsrIto iir < l ltnf 1Intt
tnf to the Pnn flflfO fullr undenton < 1 1A akh akha lien liena
a few r night lfl ft < r r h atain alll m t Twm Twma
a A dinner dlA r of hi h own and 1 mihn mihnll lv in informed IIIlnnmd u uformed ¬
formed the tl liurnon that th he h had hn hiin hiinrath n nrather
rather rath tbft afraid to a Ak k him until lIfJllllt hi twi rV r coIIr4 coIIr4arnsd + nt ntarnnd > th4 th4arnv
arnv arnnd arnndTn arnsdTwn d dTwan
Twan return rturnNi tllm < < l I1I lh ihni hml t later in the therening thivinlng t te1ntnc
rening whn hn cigar llall nf the th < l famoiu brand brandmad hrandmade bratwimade
made for the h Princ and hi hia frird wer werpaired woripaated no nopaJrtII
paired Twain refiieH to accept on of ofthe ort oftb
the t tb cigar and launched into a alory of ofhow o oMW
how 10 MW he II onr ft bought rht cigar which he h MII MIIt aai aait AII AIIxi
< xi t IT ornta nt a bAr l from a country countryl Id IdI < d dr
l < r toicna lotCr Ye at t a dino dinRr < r given in hi Arn irnr irnrvan n nvan nIn
van In home Thow ngara d llt were line I atil atilTwam ahlTwal akltwaui
Twam They Thr 1 broke up 1I1h tho it partY without withouta w
a ungh after dinner n I iirh f < h an and < i ih he affair affairthe lITatrthot iilTairwa
wa the iticoeM of 0 the Ib ea ason asonTwaini nn nnTwain I I
Twain mtnuu > d 1tlplton > cript on of the ther thieata I Iralll
r ear wa AO Hke Kk to lhoe iirviit ned hr th4 th4Pnnce tMrnNl th thPonc
Pnnce th that t m wneraI eral of the h more mo nerrou nerroukie Ptrfll Ptrfll1o1ftIIta norvouhlt1
kie 1o1ftIIta altcw aikiwed Ik d tWr we W wada < i ill to flicker out outther nlltr outsthr
ther r than chance the fat fatt which whiehimorlt hkh ih ihimonut I IImnn1
imonut declared met neveral ml nf thoe thoewt I Iro thwWtn
wt Wtn ro had harllndutpdt Indulged at hi hia own party rt1
lr I flr flrit nol t remembranre of king Kdward Kdwardwn F4Wtdwhen I
wn when h ri hot wvia u Print Prln of Wsle and andtte andIt andttrd
> tte It ttrd < J thi thiatountry bi trxmtry In i iao 110 0 aH K Feiator nator natori
i 4 l w H waa w wa then a ullght built builtng builttig Ullt I
< ng 1e man of about 0 and mr m Mronice Mroniceme atrongesnIiicttnfl tronlCf01l110n
me 01l110n ion of hi his Vial WH Wila hi raap raapTi ca I > e I III
11 Ti ne II watchful wlI hrlll eye f of the th Puke I DiiI > tllt of ofVewatle oratl ofwati
Vewatle wati atl who accompanied him a hi hicuardian huuulhn hia hiaguardian
guardian to make u night ol i It with 1 11loany 1carty
0 > a tWill of wt Ve it Point cadet The TbLit
1 Lit 1 of the Princ to West Wf t Point romltn wa wair wapjroned
ir jroned > r ofed to b twI an offlcinl iwnectlon iwnectlonthe npt < lIon lIonh
p the iP h young JYince ini initid trd on joining joiningTI
w TI the th cadet In the h ma mOfI t democratic democraticn jmocjattetiphiori
unltI n and nd friendnhilM made madent at that time
t ne 1 eat h Irntan <
tt v I net meHinx nMinaij with ir the tl1 Prince PfIn wa waHomhTB was Wlfta was1ornhrw
I a HomhTB when hn he h invited me m tn tni toMII inflOiI
i MII oii What imprenw l me m mo mOlt t at ati at4i t tIf
If i imo If and nd afterward wa was hi talent talentnguix lalntZlI1IC takntiuing
nguix out hi g 1tIA eta by b tactfully lal1rllll lal1rllllrroplnlt tiI1uIlvtetnpng
c iVptng tb the subject on whirh hut hutr hlAr hisri
r ri a U mort interested Inlltfltdnd and this trait traitrr traitIaif traitfriti
rr Iaif > him one of the great diplomit of off
r T r fn > en at our earl fArlllt t meetinirn mftlinlr4I
I nd 4 that hit hi flr first t idea of diplomacy diplomacyi
a i keep on th mot cordial term terme tirmnsLnitcd m mnild
e Initcd Matcn tAlc and ita It i < eopl eoplH
H mtinimllr to Fc Pictira r tlew vl of ofin oft
t < in jO to lri Irish h home ho rule then f1I con on moj
4 t oj l hr h P mwit rngllhmen tn lIhlDfn lo 0 bit t biti a aili
ili i Ia rrovn 0 and on one liely 111f1 to dt ltKtUlot ltKtUlotI dstti4Fmjsr tui t tB
B I rmpire rmpirefr Fmjsrtrr mpi mpiH
fr H be > v Vcnme Jn aatured uI < < I of my m Intrn Intrnr
I r T r irt t ni confldenco tIfJfl < Jtonco he Princo
1 04 1 t < ontiniwHr nllnII of the th relsttonn t ti tnnlr
i imlrr and our ou f Yin asking askingv a4klnzIipkimatio
v 1 ir < ti jl > liplomiuo rprewnUi rprewnUirj
tIdi f rj rnllrnly ati atllamor faofory He Hev H liptnct
v m tnct < Ji 1 dMturld over the I hacl haclin Mat Math
in U h M 1 iriQHHit II apd ld dicu d lKllltHd ed It I at atth atrll atfbi
th Irmte wju w fond of We Weiv w wI ist istIs
I iv ind nr it I wa was diffSwIt for him himit
C it a th he man wa was guilty tIllltyorhe tIllltyorheI of lh lhor the thea
I or Thmh re IPlIlt81 riuiIt iilteil d In hw h i Iftall IftallI c aII aIIa ll lled
I a aIf siitakwnIyaaflVAtnerItsIfl siitakwnIyaaflVAtnerItsIfli ed kernlynrflnr knly 1 nA ArnerlWH ArnerlWHIIM
> 4 IIM i ia4 of the chnrg chnrgPnn rhflrgnF I I
f F 4 N Pnn > > and as a King Kio the then 111 >
4 hrnail n < < minded and rofue rifii rd rdh d di < 1 1monv I I
monv ih thu h t might interfere interferee inlrtfn i
a e n ficln rl whern wh his II reuatry reuatryrtmi roufitrylri I Iw I
w rtmi ri I I remember that he hen bfn Pt Ptt
t n ih t irtit iriit Hn In Homnorgonc Homnorgonci one 0I1Ct
i i 4 w m iMH wsijd id into a reren in inr InwirP
r fV 1 where too he n tiuptIond e ttened m IIIminc
t 4 i r rottreming minc the til American Americanthrentercdiipom AmrricnwI
> wI 1 imo threntercdiipom I threniied hNll I PlM dlfllollltlJC dipiometicI lir lirB
1
I Int
I It pnt nt nsa B of hi hii hiy hie hiei
i ty y iwi fM1 i lain at night t 1ft a nk abka k kI
I > a MI on n l enrh In InH If it
It tI H f r hours hfM while hi he Jot Iwtenerl Iwtenerlv
in r v M Unnion 14f n nf r the Iii American Am 11 view viewB VII VIIv
v B Hmg 11 another IIr public qte fIUOA qtacmtionS t on onM i
t S wsa M interentod I Iv4Mt
1 < v4Mt etMtflr M r l > efiew r interjected interjectedMark I
01 n r Mark rk Twain Twater
1 < r 1 mywlf were gueata g at an anma anof1
Urp of1 ma nr n With wl the Prinoe rriR II mw mwh n4r
C r v h i K rear re or mare of well wellI 1 1r
r I Hritmh Mr oftVml Hf Kre Twain Twainand TwifJnot Twainr
and not appeared appearedIt IMtfJIriHd IMtfJIriHdt
t 1111 itilhi8tt r e rr rro friRee friReeJ
o J 0 011160II It wa WIS not until untile td tdy
p If e w4i breaking up t that thatalt at attd t
y
YI alt r0M td te < JM real realdIw w W 11M 11Mwnh M
dIw wnh 1M PnMe IIItMI4
DA llAI a 7 W Wr I
r
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As the bouquet bouquetof
of rare wine
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MABQJLJISE MABQJLJISECIGARETTES MADQUISEI
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of a vintage The answer to a aparticular aparticular
particular demand
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i I know lluwa It wii 01 good ° beoalU < J Depow told I III Iit
I I it last night nightM
M 1 reieivrd several urnl very fry cordial me meage m mIt meMg
Mg age It from King Edward after hi hia accra accrakin acctsuiiun
uiiun kin to the Ih throne continued Senator
Depew Our cordial rord III I relation con ¬
tinued up until hi his death but his bl high highofficial hihOmelAI highomelal
official position rather placed a damper damperon dtm fr
I on our close intimacy of former day tI
To mY mind King Edward 1 wa w even evengreater lnonA
A greater statesman than cndt Uaditone Uaditonei n
i Wi 0 > f far r a as nrciiring < < tho very e esiene ice no of ofi
i information concerning public queti questions flUUotAi < m mI
I from th thos h < > with whom he h ramn in con contart rnntalt tnntjtit
tart iUditime was often carrieti nI rri4f1 away W
by h t hi hll its own eloquence Ioqll nlf And after he II had hadCHred haitII hadiiittirpd
CHred < > II Ifd by a few well 11 directed clllPtt Id questions quetllonthe q questionsthe
the th Information which hlh he h desired was waaIlkilv
I Ilkilv Ilk to aiisorh ln > orb the th conversation
1 King Kxlward on th the other hand an antinared
peered 1 perf rlrrpttly > Htly 1lA1I4t1fo ali < ttleil < 1 to listen and I I1I1IvIMI
liellevelhal he h hahad had the Ihtigiratrst greatest knowledgn knowledgnof knowlednorworlil mowlffiltforworlflllflIlirtlllr
of orworlflllflIlirtlllr orworlil world pnlitiniof any man of OfthrtlIllIry the century
No man who ever met him failed to feel feelsomehow r1onfhow feeluiotnpttow
somehow thit th King lute given Inn him the theJ U
J I Iwit t moment of hi his life Itr I have seen
him do this at royal reception fpUona at a gar grtI gartint ¬
den tI Jwrty < nrtr tty it Buckingham or at t royal royalevening mYAIlimit roysiesening
evening limit function where the Ih Importance Importancef
or f what he Mid iel and did held a lignlncance lignlncancefur
fur beyond an ordinary conversation and andwhich andwtuch nd
which h him II hid effect on relations both
with the Ib individual and with Ith Ort OrtI
Britain BritainI
I 1 Mieve tI1 th that t King Iln < < Kdwarri VII 11 11I wa wamore wasmors
I more of a factor then the th Hague HIIK tribunal tribunalr
or r other peace movemetila in maintaining malntAlnlneI
thepviceof Ihl thopsfotthewDrIIinthelIpt 1 or the h world m the last few yi yara yaraII yarsliv > ar arHv
Hv II iltmipating < < Jealousies and hereditary hemlitaryenmity hIIaryfnmlty hereditaryenmity
enmity and bringing about cordial rela relalinn rrlati Malions
linn ti with France tran I Ijelievn that he h haa haal haslean
l lean > xen n prariicnl savior Ior of that republic republicAnother IPllhlioI reuibjjoAflother
i Another Instance nf hi h his diplomatic diplomaticwisdom diplomaticictom dipiomatiewisdom
wisdom came nI when hln On Grant visited viiltedKnglaml vIltPtltflltlAnd visitedltigland
Knglaml on hi his world tour Officially OMellIOrant
Irani wa only onl a private citizen and de deMite rllJIt diJIte
Mite JIt th the fact that the Ih great warrior wa wath wasthe Q Qu
th u the Idol of the tb American people Itlckl tickler ticklerfor tiekIfor < ra ralor
for court urt etiquette started rtN a movement movementto
I to ignore lomu the General The Prince took tookup tookth tooktip
up the th matter mat r at once on and the th cordial cordialreception rdlaI rdlaIreception l
I reception given to On < n Grant which in inrinded Inrilldd InV
V eluded an informal meeting 1101 of QueenVictoria Queen qllf qiinVittoria n
I Victoria Ilor A and the th entire nth royal family at atboth al1Ih attwitli
both Windsor and Buckingham ii t a 1 1lfff apreceilent
1 precedent lfff > flnt that i being Dg followed with withCo withtnl lIh
Co Kno Roosevelt evelt at the prrwnt time hints IraniI lranllIPtfltion hintsImposing
I imposing reception In other European tllnptanrolmlr Eunipeancountries EuropeanI
I countries rolmlr wa I l hipvi leve due almost almottIwhollv almostwholly lmothollY
wholly hollY to the th initiative of the th man who whowo ho howa
I wo then the prospective ruler rul < r of Eng KngSenator FngI
I land landI landSenator
I Senator Depw refused to make any anyiliiitt ny nyilPtt
direct ilPtt statement regarding < < hi his view ifw on onI onhe
I the hl probable rmb bl effect on world politic of ofthe orh ofthe
I the h death al of England ruler He II inti intimated Inll1M1 intimated ¬
mated however his belief that the Ih death deathI
I of o King Edward ha given Jifn iien the diplomat diplomatI I Iof Iof
of the I great comitri nf the workl a aproblem I IpnllIm Ipnt4em
I problem in statecraft 1I ran which bktJ will wllllMfd need the thei t tI
I i most careful handling Senator Depew Depewi Depewexpreeuied
i exprpMed the th greatest lItr1 faith in the ability abilityI hlllt hllltthe
of the British nation to meet m t the th crisis crisispreoipltat I Iprrcllltalt Iprecipitated
I preoipltat < d by King Edward r4wardsdethand r4wardsdethandpredicted death and andpredicted andplfdft
predicted plfdft an even In stronger feeling r lIne of ofi I Imlhfrhond Ihr
i brotherhood hr theihond between thai empire mlll and andI andmrint u umeriiii
I AmerKit through the th sorrow etprewd etprewdn I III IIn
n > ibis country over r the Ih death of Eng Engrtfiil Enltan1 Loguni
rtfiil t 4 i iler j III i inil I
nil II III i uiti fill JI f iiiuitnn ll t fl is isrkaii tsi tsitrlatiai I II
I
trlatiai rkaii t s < lr Irneositor < nrentor M ii lie lieH rrs 0 j jII
I H 4 lleH II fnr irtlllrllnn CmlrllnnltLEU 4 irtlllrllnnMintE uiIrIlenIbu
MintE IbM k t Ark tn r V May isys Prosecuting Prosecutingttorney lr Preeciititigtttorleey Jlllle I II
I ttorney ltorrl toy D I Campbell said III tonight tonightthit tonlchl110 tonightthat
that ho will ill asi M Judge Jud H I I lea < e when whenCirnuit whenIIrpiilt hln 1 1itlllil
Cirnuit Court IIfn < H > en tomorrow to U n Ixrmit Ixrmitj 1 1hllllolr Ihim
j him hllllolr to toelorthediickct dear t IhIIckt he docket of ofali all I legislative thkgw4attvehriIry ln legislativeI rjam rjamhIry
I bribery < iSPS n which have ln > rn pending < < It Itror i iforsometime i ii
i for forsometime forsometimeliii wifne time i ilie t t11ft
lie say 1Ia he h will ill twill prc the COM COMbepaune t8JIPA > I IIl ILPtaUM
I Iahnlt
Il bepaune the tll pbancr 111 for conviction oolvlclol are arej I II
j V about ahnlt one Ot m I fifty lrl The Tlndiemn Indictment were werereturned 11 11m1 j jI
I returned m1 by tho i Grand nrll1 Jury fllr during the theadministration theadmtniatraul4tfl
administration admlrlratnf of Pro Prosecuting uUng Attorney AIm 1 IIwis 1 1I I
I Iwis WM Hhuton thuon in a II 11 It5 6 and IVM IIJ The n in Indl intdletiwntii J JilKMiMHts
ilKMiMHts dl > 8 are af a as follow followSenator followsI
Senator Itor A t W t llwon Iin of Perry county countythargel lnty lntyrArl1 J Jcharged
charged rArl1 with Wlh liriliery Heprwtentatlve HeprwtentatlveC II nlalh f fl
C li I Andrew Iull of Ir Prenoott I I charged with withl withbribery
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d dnor dnator
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bribery > Iry > ery
Senator nor nator II I K Toney of Pine Mi Bluff BlufftwolndicinientacharRinghnbery Bluf BIufTtwoirwtictniontacharginglnhery
twolndicinientacharRinghnbery lwoUlicRfnllcharllnclnlry M 11 D I I I1 I1Cook jdCok d dCook
Cook Cok of Argenta Arlfn two 0 case charging charln charginglirib < < j r rbribery 1
bribery lirib ry Senator Hnlor Alonzo W V Covlngton CovlngtonF COlnlon t tn tF
F O Butt 1111 and nd II I K Toney Ton charging halnl J Jconspiracy 11 11nracy Iiconspiracy
conspiracy nracy lo 0 bribe hrb Contractor George GeorgeW fi fiv I IW
W v laklwell Calwf1 of Indiana Inln charged eblr < < r with withaccewor withatcensor lb lbII
accewor to II bribe hrll In that It ia i alleged 1gt F O OButt tl tlUut tIHut <
Butt Uut offered 10 bnbn hnt Senator Hnalor Adam in inconnection Intrlflon intonnaction I
connection trlflon nr with the Ih Stale Capitol bill hi lullwtti I IwihfundfurnihedbyCaldwell i
wihfundfurnihedbyCaldwell wtti ih rUli Funds furnished by Caldwell aldI M D I ICook Iok L L00k
Cook ok 00k charged horoN with wih offering olrrne sTone 10 lo 0 V VA I VoYinttOfl
A W Covmclon ovm lon to 0 influence In InC hi hIs vole voleSenator vOllSnor volei4nator
Senator W V F 1 Harrl Urran harrison on of MiulMippi MiulMippicounty 3IisaIsslppIcounty
Snor 31IIIPI
county unly charged hait with wih perjury prJllry In con ron1 ron1nlUOII conneefioti 1 1nectton
nectton nlUOII with lh hi his testimony before hro the 0 oGrand 0fran 0irand
Grand fran Jury Senator T C Jobe Job Jobeof of Presccolt Presc Ptieicintl 1 c cYl
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I of Memphl charged charl1 aa A accessory OCory lo lohriliery 10hrllry tolribry
hriliery hrilierySenator hrllrySoonor lribrySenator
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fame < eml me Ftr Fnt FItit l A tftrrWsrtt fieri rfan ant the Ih Mute HlalnMay MuteflAItINOTOX t tIUIN01
flAItINOTOX IUIN01 May 1 The Te census ceniuaenumerator cnilla cnillanumlrlto censuseflumpratots
enumerator numlrlto schedules httbll have begun bCn to toarrive 10m toarrive
arrive m In II Washington and ad the th Cvau CvauBureau C CeneisBureau I
Bureau 811 ha h hs cleared I n its la dick dfk for action actionTwo acion acionT actionTwit
Two T additional aIUlnnal buildings bJldln have ha been beenteased I beentesiI
teased 1 the th armory building huiding in II I street streetbetween streetbetween
between blwn Fourth and Fifth street and andthe andIhf andthi
the former District ltric of Columbia llllmb building buildingin tJllnlt tJllnltin
in First Ir street IItft adjoining aIJolnlll the main mln consuls censubuilding lnll lnllbl consulsbuilding
building buildingThe bl dlnt dlntT
The T total totl for floor space of the three t build building tuilidtog ld ldInr ¬
tog is I about 110000 IMO square lU feet enough enoughto
to anximmodate tmmOIt the Ih permanent I rmnnt census censusclerk lfnl lfnltlrk tennisclerk
clerk tlrk and nd the temporary force of f 3100 3100employee 30 3111employees
employee mploy to be taken on this summer summerThe summerThe ImmrT
The T great aMt west t end ml of the rensu nl main mainbulling mlnbuiVnlt mainbuilulng
bulling buiVnlt ha has been bu cleared of clerks and andpartition andprtlton andpartitions
partition prtlton In it I are ar being bnit insulted InIAI1 the theliu IheII
liu II semiautomatic electrical f1Olricl tabulating tabulatingmachine Iblatne Iblatnemcln tabulatingmachines
machine mcln nd the tb score Ir of card Cnl sorting sortingtables SOilingtabks orlne I
tables tbl Overhead hang hal < < hundred of ofelwtno olrl ofplectno
elwtno rl rio lights Ilhl which wbl b will wi make the Ih im immense 1mMnl tinmen ¬
mense men Mnl room rom aa A light lght a I as day for the th night nightthlft nightshift I Ilft
shift lft of tabulators tablator and sorters sortersThe Irt IrtTh sortersThe
The Th east t end of the main building blildlnl will willbe wi willhe
be devoted ofolfrl to clerk who hn will i separate separatecheck separatecheck
check hrk and nd verify ril the th schedule IIII aa A a they theyarrive th thrrlvr theyarrive
arrive Here lrr also 11 will wi be the th 30u > Ji 1 semi semiautomatic mi miutoate ¬ i iautomatic
automatic utoate electrical rlOr1 punching machine machineThese mchinNmhln machineTheeiu
These machine operated olralo nignt and nd ilav ilaveach dl dle itych
each e ch completing an n average rlf of 31110 31110card 31 315 315mrda
card crdl in a day dy days work ork of seven n hour hourran hora horan hoursran
ran n di diI dispose > ose in one oe month of UIIIcO UIIIcOnl i3twusfl i3twusfltsruta < i C Ccard
card nl each ch representing rIlrrltnl one inhabitant inhabitantof ihahllant ihahllantor
of the United tnitfl State At A that rate ra the thecard thecitil henn
card punching ruocina of the total population populationwill fllllto
nn will I take lees I than three thrk months moth If all alllhernachlnecnbekeplatwork allthemacttinee 11 11themtlnl
themtlnl themacttinee lhernachlnecnbekeplatwork c can b be kept at work fourteen fourteenhour r0rlfn r0rlfnhmlra fourteenhours
hour hoursEach hourKach
hmlrat Each t tabulating taOlatnR machine mclne can c tabulate tabulateabout tOII tOIIbt tabulateabout
about bt 27om o punched plntt card tn in seven 1 hour hourAt h0ra h0raAt hoursAt
At thl this rate rt the thutcuxuplettonof hrpletonor completion of themachine themachinemint h maine mainerunt
mint runt should Iboul be b reached rNehf shortly oortlr after afterthe afterthe rrr rrrth
th the puncher Iunrrn have ha e been b silenced silencedIt lm lmI
It I la expected 111 itit cted that several lTr1 weeks k will willap willelapse
elapse > 1 ap e before Iro an n official announcement annOltIt annOltItof i iit Iat
it the tb total tOIIIItlo population of any ay one ol of the theirinripal theprincipal h hrlnlp1
principal rlnlp1 mien can ca l he made ma Citie Citiewually it itIe itIeguilty
guilty are tabulated labultt nmt ft After oIr them themorne thmlmf themmme
mme lulll lmf the he State and ad minor civil dirialonOnly divisions dlrialo divisionsOnly
Only Ol tb the official oc1 statement Itfmrta by Census Censuadirector llfl CensusDirector
D director or Durand 1lIrad iimued uu at t Washington Washingtonlay WaMnlo
lay T by day dy and ad given r1m to the lb prow p prr should shouldM Ihnld Ihnldblfrf
M a > believed blfrf Director lror Durand Olrn1 say that thatn
10 preliminary 1lmlna official olr1 statement aIlnt will wll lie lieued II heisaucil
isaucil ued bv the th On lnll Vtuauiis im Bureau 11 until Inll the theesiar II liiieatahlmIued
esiar ahhllt 1 > ifie < l count for each ch of the thelifTerent ttietilferent h hlilfl
lifTerent lilfl area h hA has be 1 been n mAd There ThereIII T Theresill
sill III 1 l tue > no rough count lUn approiuna approiunaIons
II Ions or sarrirtco lt of accuracy alr for haste hastethe haf hauteI I
the Il I ti xstanlioheil nxirt ulll m mail lal hum Iromi hummAchlf
I i inaclmie mAchlf count CIIII of the tIm II i 1lIiIhiVi > uu < h J t or orhlL1 < arIa anlstmkcd arIaheLi1
tmkcd hlL1 against till t totals 01 bon u by a amnd I atnnl
mnd count lmt of tb thu h names nm on the 11 popuki popukilon 1Iul iotuiilion
lion sche IhfIII Inlet Hie only rnvisinn rjliol nr nrx f frrfIO ororrctiona
x rrecton rrfIO to which hidlt it I I Is suljerl suit II J ject arnth arnthftc ano at th thrr thnew
rr new ftc neo necessary vmry iticluMion IlhIO of addition aodllo re reiorld rf reInrtiui
iorld siilMWKiurntlv br Ii r the th sutMT AIInII stilsrvusorui
lOrl tliff SlsliniKian Sal lo Power P w ol ul lh the h cenu cenuliviaion consuislivision nlI nlIIrlalo i
liviaion Irlalo of agriculture lrCllllr do t doe not expect exrwctto 1 1In
to Ii publish any information tformttn regarding regardingihe rftArdlnl
ihe ill hf farm census la of IPX 11 until September SeptemberIS ptemlerI
IS I next I when hn hi h may i issue ue the h hi rtrst 11 pre preimmsry Ieml proiminary
immsry ml bulletin tnllln giving ltivlC for lo each State Stateind Nlalelt Statsiitui
ind lt Ternlory mlory the Ih l total ital derive I I from fromh rrnmhft frotnhe
h hft tabulation ablalon of general farm data the thermcipal Ih IhInlf thuwinripal
> rmcipal Inlf crop and nd th the live hI stock tk on onarm onarma n naJ
arm aJ and n range ralc 01 Tlie 11 Tb publication lutwln of ofntnilar ofmiar ofitnullr
ntnilar miar total for the h oimtie lnll in each eachand Iah Iahal eatluItate
Itate al and Territory will be l mail suite subeluently aI aIlflll suiteiuueuttly
luently a as early a as ponNihte Atinounr Atinounrnent AlooI Annouincunents
nent roncermni rary the th lire lt stock ulk in II the iheirinclpal theurinripsI I
nr
irinclpal Innripl cities rli will follow followIt rollw rollwI
It I I us the Ih rwi tlA consuls u director aim Im to cape eipelite capelite I IIiI
lite IiI without incur Irllrr uncurriiug r me nc maicuracy Inurarrly tle tlesrly ii iiarly
srly rly preliminary prflmniry publication fllhcaton of all 111 th th1st thulata h hwhllh
1st lata which whllh can be b given the th publxi pllhli This Thisrtust 11 1111t Thismist
mist 11t I Is done without a IVl interfering InffrrrifJl with withhe withha ih ihh
he h production Irodlwlon of th the completed report reportly rprtA rprtAy
y Judy flll I 1017 11 lai the h In late set et t by Cbngren Cbngrenor Cna onjrueus onjrueusor
or the h termination lnnllof of all I the h activities activitiesmployed utlyll activitiesmployed
mployed mployf In taking Ikifl I reporting the thetiirteenth lh thelutrteuntt
tiirteenth hlnltl decennial dlniall tTnite nil I Slate II r euntis n us usnnoomi 11 11f70OI
nnoomi f70OI 70000 s sor sr W If nscitituii nscitituiier I Im Imnr
or > > ew w Hebrew Ipbrl Orphan Home 10mI The Thel Tl TheIewlshns
l wlishna hhn far H33OMM H33OMMThe f n30oooThe noo noo1le >
The 1le cornerstone cmrlloD of the h new n building buildingf bllldln bllldlnr
f the th Hebrew Sheltering < < Guardian Ounln OunlnIty So Solely SoletP ¬
lely of New IW sw York olor at Plrasantville will i be belid b beild
lid within the Iht next nPI neitmoath month moh or 0 so 1 Ground folne
i I wan w broken hrok on > Monday on May I The Tliei 1 Thefluw I II
i I n nf fluw w plant Ilat of the th institution mUtlllnn will 1 include includeI iri I II
I a number numlr of building blilin < of ih tha h cottage cottagei rlai rlaiI cottageorder
i order to supplant the th barrack Irrk system systememployed syatetnemployed IIn IInmplorI1
I employed at the h society oeityii present rf biiikllng biiikllngat hllldlll hit Udin Udinat I Iat i I
at Broadway HtoyanlIIOth and ISOth street The T pre preent ures urespot l 1
pot nt building hullinr and nr site It are U to 0 be sold Ikt a asoon its itsI
Ion I soon as a the Ih new n building buillnl are r readr rMI riant for forocoupancv forTtue 1
I
ocoupancv ocoupancvThe orunl
The TI n new w plant alit tl coot Ot t onwlhing oI I < < more morethan morthAn I Ithan
than IKnuM t Of this lh amount mmmlliO nome nomeliOnnrti I
liOnnrti liO 1fll ha h been bn oulmcribnl horibl Tb The bravi braviejst tniIt
set It contributor rltrlulon are ar th h l winolui 1llhn family familywith I Iih I II I
with ih VHKi 3IJH5 IJ i TheSchiff Th Schiff il family ra I y lisa 1ltlvP given givenUuUUi i I IOUP I
UuUUi 1101 OUP the 1 Herbert lrrt H I l elimmi Ihmll family finiilvr5 familySS
r5 S 0 James Speyer Hpfr 1llH llf IIQ W Felix tf11 M MWarburg l lWarhurIIIOM MWsrhiirg
Warburg WarhurIIIOM llOODn the h Guggenheima lllhimA ttuira ttuirathe 11011 140151the
the estate t of lx Louis > uis Helnsheimer Ulnhrlr linoni linoniand loOt loOtand
and nd the Ih ladle ld I auxiliary Auia of the tbl society societylaonn lirty lirtyPO societyMUl 11011
laonn PO There Th are many m giflif lirla ranging rangingbetween raniinl I Ibetween
between IJIWI Itrti and ne linrto linrtoThe 1001 I I
The T annual meeting mMtlnar of the h society tI wa waheld w wh washeld
held h yesterday morning in ike I ibesyflajogue ibesyflajogueof b synagogue synagogueof maOII
lor of the th aaylum with the th president IInt nf the Ih thatsociety I Isociety I Ifty
society fty Lout Stern In the Ihf chair The Thl Thetrustees I
llnislee tm trustees gave a vole 0 of thanks lo It MayorGavnor MayorJaynor Mayor llyor10lnor
10lnor Gavnor for hi participation IlrlMplon in the 111 et1 et1ercise noI ccI ccIsreMe
ercise frd held hf1 at 1 the Ih Hippodrome llplrom on o Sunday Sundaynight IImftay IImftaynllth Sundaynight
night nllth April 10 in connection cnnNln with lth th thI thl tha thaeightieth
eightieth p anniversary of the th Institution InstitutionI Inlltitufon I
1Igtlfh The 11 report pn of the t h trustee I fl showed that I thaton I Ion
Iln on April prl I there th were IIM 11 Inmate or the theasylum th thuIum theasylum
asylum Tot o boy ho and ad tiP girl girlThe girlsThe
The committee cnmmltH of nine gr grI appointed to toinvtlgate I Iinvestigate
investigate In1HIItte the tb advIsability avlah ir of joining I
In the acceptance of the thl Inn 1 Item Heinshelmer lin Itemshelmer
Ihelmfr shelmer Alan f uml rl1 reported nln In favor rf reject rrjfln log logthe i ithe I
the fh offer Mr Ir Helnhelmer by 11 hi his will wille wi willstihlIsbrd
e stihlIsbrd t 1hllt > bllbe < i a fund of about tlnrnimn ILIlm to toM toJ
M 1 given n to I 0 six I x leading in e Hebrew lbrew charities charitieof mait
l
of J New York ork providing pro1lrinl they the would wouldamalgamate wmll wnuiI4amalgamate j jmtmatl
amalgamate under one o head hla The TO a com comrolllee r cornmiltee
rolllee mllt did not no approve ppr of thi Ihi thisprovision proW provision in I ISamuel
Samuel Hml1 J Klee KI wn Wi elected Ift a member memberof mlr mlror i iof
of the Ih board b1 of f tnwtee Inl in place of the thelate Ih Ihlate thelate
late Sigmund HIJund Itosenwald ItosenwaldThe Itniuii cwald nwalti nwaltiThe 1 I
The T trustees I rl i exr nrr expressed reed themselves thml1 in1 in1favor IfJ IfJrunr infavor
favor of more car ca In maintaining the theorthodox tbl theorthodox
orthodox nrhodox ritual rlll1 In the th asylum ullm Thej Th The Thedeclarstion j
declaration rton was In reply to criticismtfeal criticism ttcm ttcmt critIclimittb
tfeal t tb the te asylum ylum warn becoming bclnl negligent negligentij nIRt negligenti1th1a
i1th1a ij thw I respect respectThe ff reaped111w I
The WH trrrl Etenlnf Ensf EnsfT Ben BenThe i iThe
The T WaMfHreftedlttefi al rtfrllti of olTlz ofTit THE Erxxnts Erxxnts6tn En8 EyixtnSvx I
6tn s > contain e11 all ifce Ve fleaocUl fa I news aad aadM a4the
the M sleek sad bond b quota ql quotation tioaa to t the de rinse cteMof d
tb t market The etoatag
of tw fk 1 dU quotation quU quotationinsinding
SriwMM insinding tk t th bM b nad u aakrt t nrK P pt wife wifeliliMMiHHl w wiahgdit AI
gdit liliMMiHHl BWI maKer are r e etJMd alo alotU also alsod1toa
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Head INd of e 1 n eiUitghomr UlshDU Charrh horl Krrr Krrrr rrr A
r e > l II 11 > le After Utr nn n Operation OperationWalter OfraU OfraUWnlllr OperatiseWalter
Walter C Kerr president pfidlt of Vesting Vestinghouse Vetinghouse ln lnhOI
house hOI Church ulh Kerr A Co died yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning H114Y H114Ymomlnl
morning at Rochester 10bllr Minn He II went wentthere wentthere nt ntIh
there Ih two months molh ago alI to Im I operated ofra1 > d nn nnror uflfor n nfor
for a cancer anCr by Dr I Charles and inrl William WilliamMayo Wiiam WiiamI WilliamI
I Mayo Iaonri and until 111111 last Tuesday TuPan wn was reported reportedI prt1 prt1I
I to be doing well I and anc steadily Altiy gaining gainingdrength lainlnl gaining1tcongth
drength Illrlth Then he took lok a turn tllr for lh lhworse the theworse h h0M
worse 0M Hi Ii His wife wa wal with wlh him himMr hlll hlllIr himMr
Mr Ir Kerr Jlrr wa Ia born h < m at St Peter Mum Mumon Miln Milnon
on November Sofl1r I IM I HI liii father the theRev Ih Ihnv thuRet
Rev Peter Kerr wa chaplain of a Minne Minnesota 11nl Minneiota ¬
iota 01 regiment In II the Ih civil ri war a He IA was waaeducated waseuiutcated
educated hla In the thllhlc public schools of SI Peler Pelerand leterand
and then went to Cornell Comll where hr he h htalld ass assgrattiatrt a agraduated
graduated talld with wih n degree in mechanical mechanicalengineering mlhnl mechanicalngjneejit < l lfnan
engineering riu in II IB l iD tie was Wa an Instructor Instructortn 15lrlrtnr 15lrlrtnrin
fnan in Sibley Ihly College 101J I of Mechitnicnl 1hlnla Art hrts r for fora
a 1 yeeir fr and An assistant professor Iror r until InllQ InllQwh 1sa3 1sa3when l 3 3when
when wh he h became Imllrd Allied with the th Wrating WIUnltI Vuatingboise
I house hO Interest H I lie had been I a trustee trusteeof Inl
of Cornell University lnirnolty since In I MX and wn wnmost Wi wamost
most mOt active m 1 work for the h university universityI
I He I WM 1 it nliw No n rnetnt mmllr member > er of the th Comellian ComellianCouncil Cornelliantouancll ommantomll
Council tomll recently ty formed to rntv ral1 < d m tnusucy tnusucyfor nn nnror < mey meyfor
for th university ImlvltyHl universityHis
His Hl home wns HI t Don Innln lnngan gun Hilts 111 Stolen StolenIsland HI I IIsland
Island 1 Ind He I married mrfNI n IMI lucy 1lr lyon lyondaughter 1 1dIChlr lyondaughter
daughter of County lfly Judite Jlll and Surrogate Surrogatelyon 8lrrolal 8lrrolalIron SurrogateIyon
lyon of Tompkins county rllny who ho lived 11 al alIlnara alIha atithaca
Ilnara Iha There ThM are Rr four children hldI three threedaughter Ihr I IrII II
I daughter rII hlt and Alt a 1 eon tn He II > wa eminent eminentIn mlnrl mlnrlIn
In hi h his profession and was a member mmbr of ofthe ofthu r rIb
the Ib American Amrt Institute InIII of r Electrical YlfrlNI En Engineer F FIlnM En1ginerui ¬
1ginerui gineer th the CiuiAtlioil londi1 Society N I of Ir Civil CivilEngineer tlnIEngineers hil hilFllnt
IlnM Engineer Fllnt the h Amencnn nmn Sxiety NKly of Me Mechanical Merhanical ¬ orhninl
chanical rhninl Engineer Fn and th the h Franklin FranklinInstitute tranklinInUII FranklinInstitute
Institute InUII He II designed Iflltnr tout Anl constructed constructedthe MIrllr MIrllrth
the th Union lnlon Depot I in I Floton h Hi i firm frm Is Isnow I Ino isnow
now no putting < < In the Ih electrical 1rc equipment equipmentof lIllmn I
of the h Pennsylvania terminal and In the thetang Ih IhInl thehong
tang Inl Island llallroad llallroadMr lalll
Mr Kerr had for many vnant YMI been verymuch verymuch very Irymllh
much interested Inl In yachting Chtnlt He I joined joinedihe Joinf
the th Netiwanliakn Anhakl Corinthian nrinlhlA Yacht Club Clubon lluh lluhllh
on March llh 8 IV 11 lJ9 > 9 and All devoted much at attention attllo attention ¬
tention tllo to sailing Mlnlt small mll yachts 1hJ He Hewa I Hewas
wa 11 a keen k n supporter IItlportr of Cnrinthkinism Cnrinthkinismin
in yachting yaltnc and At later Illr wa a an Al officer of ofthat orthat ofthat
that club serving Irlnc I as 5 trustee trul and Ar a Ammtr as a amember amember
member mmtr of itt It regatta commit cmmilf committee In InOctober InOtobr InOctober
October Otobr IMS I D he h was A elected Ilr a meml member mmlrnl > er erof
of the New IW York Yacht Club rlu and ad since ineftID
1007 ID had h l lwen > een a member of the th regatta regatucommittee regattacotnmittre ftl
committee committeeR rommIUf rommIUfR
R t rrrrivfl UTIO TTISG i mtD mtDIn > n nIn
In a looden l Hospital lplal UII tHee III I lla Hasty ty lie lieparlnre n npalnre Uprtttre
parlnre palnre From Mew r ew York YorkRobert Yoi YorkRobert
Robert nr Livingston Cutting < < who ho nailed nailedfrom Nlf sailedfrom
from here three Ih week w h ago just before beforehi tlro tlromotr beforehis
his hi mother motr Mr Judith Moale 01 Cutting Cuttingbegan Cling Clinghpn Cuttingbegan
hpn began a suit against a < < iolt him In I the th Supreme SupremeLourt RpmCur SupremeCourt
Court Cur to recover fVlr Coonm J died on SMut Saturday Stur Sturdy SMutday ¬
day of Drichta Bridla disease m I In a hospital in inLondon InLndon inLondon
London Lndon Pits 11 brother brtbr James Jat bMplal de Wolf WolfCutting wolrlt WolfCutting
lt Cutting who ho hud followed folold him hlD on the thanext thonlt theneXt
next steamer nl lrr wa was with lh him hln when wh ho died diedIn dll diNtin I
In the Ih suit Mr 1 Cutting lln < < had brought broughtagainst bmulht broughtagainst
4 against alt her son 11 she allegrd AII11 that tll he h had hadrtfu hs hsrrfueut i irrut
rrut rrfueut rtfu d to t return certain Ir4in seouriti uri and andiersonal Ala atetiwconal
iersonal 1141 pruM IMllry property > rty to n her and had Ild failed fal1 fal1In fattedto i iin
in account Iccunl for the th Income InruAf and In < In jituiflta > nllt ofl oflthe nr nrIh ofthu
Ih the property rrolr while hll it I was al in hi his hands handsThm hllI hllITtl handsThis
This Ttl proiierty mrr sh she h had given lrn him to I take takerare takecan ak
1 rare of for rn Her r in IMil lll She Sh also alkgMl a alkcudtht i illmt
llmt h tie had llirtsilrnwl to ionrril iii iiilunulwrt I
iroKrty Ir and an I that he h had 1111 left the Ih country countryftr ry I Ir Isftr
ftr coNi r leMrning mllll of her mtenlkm I In 11 to pm juncoNi j
Koliert Iolrt Ilvtngstim Cutting Jtmf wn was A thei theithird thuIthird
third Iln of lr the h name lam He I wa was 41 year Yf ok i iHi IIIi I
Hi father who 1 bore Mire lh II the KIIII nameftdied tiamnu nameft I II 1
I died I I it IKtl I I and ald diMuihvrited Imhril him hll Cut 111linl liiihog i iting
ting linl liegan tl1 a contest 11t which 11m wits rndnl by hyan tuyan i ian
an ngreeinent by which hkl he h rrceiveil rrceiveilUunn 11 c l
Uunn 311 nnd St tisi < I i n year annuity 41nlly He liiI
I wi W a ifrndiutte of lr Columbia Iohunll and prac junictuued re 11 11I I Iti
ti tuued ed kw I in a i this hl city rll In II I 1W lv2 W he I iwt fllt flltUnnl liii liiiMinnie I IMinnie
Minnie Unnl Selignwn 111n the th actress al at Long Inli lmgBranch I Illramli
Branch BrHI and I the th two tw were married mrrl1 a few fewweeks r fwwtwkut In
weeks wI later IIr The 1 marrhg r II caiiiml an anestrangement irn1t irn1tl t t
estrangement Irlflnl with hi his family rml for a time timeSulixeiiieiitly I ISutsuquiuuutly l
Sulixeiiieiitly SUIIIty Cutting 1llnl went nt on the singe RI 11 11ami I L Lstud
stud I sp apuuureti Itl Mrv < l with hi liii wife butt Ilfl without withoutmuch aiihuutmuch Ihlt f fIIIth
much IIIth sumew Im although nlhl h in 1 hi his college rllI 11 s u
he had bren lending inemtxT of
day I a Unl j 3Ihe r rIhe
Ihe h Columbia ohlnh College LolrJ Draiimtic IJralfli Club ClubCilltuig fllh fllhlIlllt ClotCuittttig
Cilltuig lIlllt and 110 hi hI his wife sited Il inrh rh olhrr t I
for rlr dlvorc Mrs n Cutting Ulll finally obtain obtaining J JIng I IInl
Ing a decree in I St Louis Iul for dewrt dr diuuurtkun diuuurtkunand hm I Iand
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eight h yean ego 0 Iwt 1 > bail Iad ired rd In llmnklin llmnklini Irkln IrklnI IirnokinIni
i im Ie I us J i nn In Infant He I l is survived nrnvr In < l nr nrI hyhy h hIy
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lent 1 picture firl He I Ii l Is nmie1 I hi h three f fI i uti utiilensmli > n nll
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of ° the I liFtS rr I hemfsl Cnmimnv omlln si a 131 131VVIIIhtin i iuIItiiuu i
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hue II Klr l 1 lrl t 1reliyierl I fhiirrli m I Henr Henrslreet Irn Irntf lienrStreet
Street tf II I U I nnrvlve1 hy h hl his wife aI ti Ml e eInrter e1ir1er
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He as 74 1 years old 01 Hn f sncestnr figured figuredin
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in the Ui h revolution nluln and nd in the I early 1 lntorr lntorrnf or oror
nf the flu h Mohawk Valley I n He I Ii ws a Memo Memorrt Umorr Democtst
rrt rr and n served n t two 0 term rm s as District r M Mlorner 11torney
lorner lorn nf Mnntcotnerr fnlOII eounly nt lietnc lh lhfirst Site SiteflrsI 11
first nr man lo 0 tie reelected trl lo n that t office officeJohn omrJhn omeeJohn
John llarron larn a veteran IPrn elnr nr and hllon hllonon manse manaieron manseon
on lime n miniicer of MrVlcker Ilfr a Theatre Theatrerhfraijo n nh TharrIhiesge
rhfraijo h rfletl 111 la lUltlmore IallnM relerflr relerflrllehsU I I111usd
llehsU had plirefl 11d with lh Entreat > l Ihe hek1er elder 1alpna 1alpnahad Booth Boothsp Iih Iihhr I IaIHI
sp aIHI < l other hr old ni time 1 lrfe iragiuIp < tin IAI < He HeT I ass assrearold <
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Installed Iltalr In the thdaln tiara lurwln In Hall Illerb of f the itt Sataral SataralHUtor Saintsihitstry Iurl IurlIler
HUtor Iler Museum Iulum i iA I IA
A group grp of animallife nlmlm such h a I as may he heeen hoohet beseen I
seen l between het > tides tld on the th long Island Islandshore blanrlho Islandshore
shore ho ha h baa recently lltl l been > een Installed Inltal In the theDarwin th thlaln theIarwin
Darwin laln Hall lal nf InYrhratn Invertotriitn nv rthrato Xootogy 10ol at atthe atthe
the th American Amlr n Museum hlm of o f Natural Saturallltol history HitloryThe I
The fh scene H I at Cold C l Spring Rrn < < Harbor Irhnr and andthe andthe nd ndth
the th stitdle UJlf were Wf made mt during dlrng April AprilIncluded iprilIncluded Ir I I
Included Inelllt In the th group are 1 mil1 muI muesl bed bedwith bedswith I IIth
with Ith crabs mh and two section Ii0P of Hddler Hddlercrab Altlr Altlrbur ffddlerl
l crab rah burrow bur occupied octplf by hr their tenant tenantThe tlnlnI4 tlnlnI4The tenantsThe
The water Alr U I shown 001 at half hl ebb hh tide tl while I Iunderneath Iunderneath
underneath unmAh Its iA 11 surface are cluster cUI ofl oflthe or ofthe i ihe
the he edible MIIII munsfl mUl arAI Hero II nm 1 aNn M star starfish starish lr lrA ¬
fish oysters 0 and sea snail mi and nd th u the long longor 101 I
or A eon t clam and nd oOlh other specie pl The Thebackground T Thubackground
background hckcun of the th group < P represent nl CXd CXdSpring l lnl CoktSpring
Spring Harbor And give 1 an effect of ofdistance ofdistant
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distance dtal nl by b aa a arrangement arflft of nlphtgrapll colored coloredphotographic coloredphotograpitie
photographic phtgrapll transparencies The 1 mate material malrbl miteriala
rial rbl F E and a Lutz UitiIgaa Ltl LutzIgaaa field fld studbw lu were f made m by b ti Dr DrF D DrF
Igaa J a Matauseh MCh mounted Ie the group groupMefsted IrP groupsesIed
Mefsted sesIed by h Dwifkt Ilat FraakHa tral under I tha thadtoeUoiltofJfce th th thtsosng
dtoeUoiltofJfce tt e 1 d fTt tsosng aefH ot o I lavese I
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PRUNING THE RAILROAD BILL BIL BILLtsrr
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T tsrr r U tvn 1 V4TOfM FUORj DISCVSS DISCVSSniuKCTiotmr DUcJS DUcJSlEfT DISCILSIJJLTTIO
niuKCTiotmr IJJLTTIO lEfT tmF rinrs rinrsmefulntrnt PIRTStmendrnrnts tRTSrdnnl
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mefulntrnt rdnnl Hill I Make 1 II I Clear Cra Thai So SoiMirnatUn N Nhutpatton e eurJtln
iMirnatUn urJtln nr D Ntale Mt11 Contr I I Is lif lifterwle In IntefidqdEIkIUI
terwle tnrkl tefidqdEIkIUI < JKlkm n fleld mill Forbid Fobi the theAcquirement thoIulnmml thetcqatreunrnt
Acquirement Iulnmml of Competitor optton Stork StorkI StockWSitIXoTOl
I i WumxoTox UINOTOI May la I a Republican RrrublCn lead leadera INdn leadera
era n In Ihe Senate Snll feel lrl tonight tonl < ht that tt the theproapect tb tbIIO theprospect
prospect IIO for an agreement at an early Nrl data datann da dann daton
nn an effective rrflv railway r wAY bill hi It brighter brightertian
ufl < han It ha hu tern at any time since lnC the theAdmlnltralioti theAlminlltratof theAuimlnlitration
Admlnltralioti Alminlltratof tnea measure aul ure > was a Introduced Introducedt Intouc
t i in I it the Sena Senate SenatePresident nlft nlftIilnt to toPresident
President Iilnt Taft saw IW Senator nlor Elkina Elkinarhairrnan ElkIMrhlrman Elkinschiiinnan
rhairrnan rhlrman of r the th Senate nt Committee Commltl on onInterstate o I Iinirratuta
Interstate Commerce Comm Senator 8nlltor Nelson Nelaonof llln lllnor I Iof
of Minnesota llnnlla and other who are A inter interi In r 1 1It
i etted It in the th hill hi Inday and nd discussed dls with withthem withhm withthem
them the Ih situation itAfn in the th Senate n It Iton wa waon wason
on the motion moton of Senator Bntor Nclaou Selau that thatj
j I section 1011 U of the Ut bill hi was WA itmolc out outHa outi outlie
i Ha III believe Ih that Iht the th last three lf sections sectionsof tO tOI
of the th lull hi relating to t cwplUlizatlonshould cwplUlizatlonshouldj Opltlzlonoould I II
j I I come lUn out Oi t a I uulso uulsoSenator 10 10j loo looSenator
j Senator Knalor Klklnn tllnl ha ha has told tol the Ih Ireklent Ireklentthnt Iridnt IridntIhllt I Ithat
that he h l IJlera believes < eli ve that a pan rr of section reton retonholl
1 13 should holl hn reinstated rinlllfOd In the th bill hi He Hewould I Iwould
would leave 11 out the thu provision pr1lllnn which hlh per permit pr prml permits ¬ I
mit ml a common rmmon carrier Crrlr owning ownlnl not I I lea leathan M Mthan
than 60 6 per pr cent of the Ih dock of a com competing cm cotnpaling ¬ I If
I paling f II < < line IIn to t antoine ul the remainder remainderHa
Ha 111 would 011d retain rral only the Rrat frat pan pr of ofsection ori ofsectIon
i section lon II 1 which forbid the acquisition acquisitionby acuiilon acuiilonIY
by IY one railroad rnlmll corporation of any lny of ofthe ofthe
the Mock in or lca tease tat e over any ny competing competlnclino rompctn rompctnSnRtor
line linoSenator lineSenator I
Senator SnRtor Nvlaon Sln ha ll has been n very insistent inalatentthat inillenttht insistentthat
that no pan nf wet section ion 12 should be I re restored n reetoreil ¬
stored to the th bill hl It I I is possible plihh that he hewould h hw011 hewould
would w011 not object IhJ to the Ih propnaal pmll of Sena Senator Senatar n ¬ 1
tar Elkin tlkIA1hh which eliminate elminaltl mot mot of the theobjectionable th thubJtlonah theuutujectionalue
objectionable feature lall featuresSenator featureSenator
Senator Snalor Nelson laon ha has been n contending contendlnKalso cnllndina
also 1 1541 that the Ih last t three IhM seutlont Ifonl of the theMl IhehH thebill
Ml hH should olid come m out Senator Mnalor Klkin Elkin ha haslswii halieen
lieen insistIng IMlaln that some om legislation Iti tlon ejer ejerrising ezerrising xlr i
rising nlt control Nlrl over capilalixallon a > Iahzlon should shouldIK hnu
t IK 1 kept m I It I wa A Mid Ild on very rry Rood Roodauthority I goodauthority II
authority hril tonight 10lIllhl that amendment amlmfnll are arenow a ano arenow
now no bring 111 prepared prf1 tn tt section tOI II 1 and II IIand IIal1 IIanti
and al1 that Ihll lho those hO two section Itol with ih IS ISwhich I II 15which
I which 11 h make mlkl up ill the Ih last It three cction lon of ofihf nri ofthusiNlI
i ihf thusiNlI h lxll hi will willtuot not lot go 1 gonult out but will wii willlwamnded willlwamndedto be amended amendedto
to tii11 1 ttiNt olijertloiiH olJoll nf some loml Senator SenatorMany Mno MnoIny SenatorsMany
Many of the h Democratic l mnrAI Senator Kntora have haveopiii havej5u5ed
opiii 11 j5u5ed e th thus h < iw > threw th sections clona l because becausethiuy > ecaue ecauethey au auIhy
they reganl rfItIhIlallton the legislation aa an attempt allmpi atlemptto
10 usurp uuJP the Iht control ronlrl which hhh the th State 811 now noweierciw nowf1n nowexerttM
eierciw over their own incorporation incorporationSetialor Ilfrlllon IlfrlllonSullor itteorporationaSetiator
f1n Setialor Sullor Itayner laynrr of Maryland ryland has h taken takenlh
lh troimd 1lmd that the h lat IAI three Ih sections sectionsof ectlonof 101
of the h hill li are U imctmntttiillonal IDMriulonAI Senator SenatorMkinn Hntor HntorItlkll SenatorEiklna
Itlkll Mkinn has h a aeked ked some mn of the h Democratic DemocraticSenator lmoAlc lmoAlclnon DemocraticSenators
Senator tn frame an n amendment Amfllmnt with witha wih wiha
a lnon view of having hn It i considered cnaid1 in the Iholu Iholulon rota rotation solulion ¬
lion lon of r the h problem li Senator ntor Hughe of ofColorado orolorn ofColorado
Colorado olorn o who I is a minority memlier ol olthe 01th ofthe
the th Senate Snall < Committee Iommlt on Commerce Comml I IwrilinKanamendment Iwrilnit is iswrjtlnganamendment
wrilinKanamendment wrilnit an mnlmnt and Senator tnlor Klklna Klklnaha tJkln Elkinslisa
ha hA pre urejrd > ared one on Senator for Cummin and andSenator a andSenator
Senator Hnaor rrINI Dolhver Olr have havl amendment IfOmft pend pending pn pendIng ¬ I
ing on the name M Biihject and a Senator SenatorItorah Snalor SnalorUorh Senatorlintalt
Itorah ha h been Iln at t work on one oneThe on onohJlt oneThe
The object ought Ilrht by these Ih amendment amendmenti mlndmnt
i 15 lo make the language lnituI ao a clear that lht It Itwill ItllldlcAI itwill
will llldlcAI Indicate only onl the Intrntlonof Congress CongreMto Cooc Coocto
to regulate rr ullft the tb instrumentalitIes IflrumrtUtlN of Inter InterHate iDtrf Interstate
Hate f < commerce mmf and a not Admit amit mlt of a con construction co coalnl constructlon ¬
struction alnl loQ that the bill bll ia I Intended Intnt to in interfere 10ftrrre interfere ¬
terfere ftrrre with the Slate ltate railroad rair incorpo incorporation Incr Incorporation ¬
ration rationOne r rationone tlon
One 0 of the th mot mOt stubbornly contested contestedpoint otM contestedpotnt
point between bto the leculan fl n and the thainaurcent th theinsurgents
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insurgents Ifurnt pnt ta I Senator Stor Cummin lmmln pro proposed pro proposed ¬
posed amendment mndmnt to section Ilo 8 which whichICire whithgives hth hthrV
gives f the tb Interstate In ratte Commerce lommrt Com Commission Commllon Corntniuion ¬
mission rV authority uthort to approve every rry in increase 10U Increase ¬
crease U of freight rates rl before brore It shall shallgo shallgo hl
go 0 Into Ito effect effectSenator citedSenator 11
Senator Snator Elldna Ell went fot over this thi phase phaMnf ph
of th th question q tlo fully with wth the Pdnt PdntI Presidenttoday President PresidentloiUy
I today Y He fl I is a willing wlne to concede conC that thatI tht thatthe
lie 11 I Interstate Commerce Comr Commission Commissionhall mmlln
hall llhll have boa I 10 day in which to approve approver
or > r disapprove a proposed Increase InC appe appeor ofl oflmte or orrl ofrate
rate rl provided roVlt It I Irop logins lt it its Investiga Investigations Invtl InvtlI < < ¬
thins I and ad th the taking taklll nf testimony to loietermme totrmll totfrtcrmin
ietermme trmll the I h matter mtr a 4 as soon fn aa A the th rate rateU ra rateiSuflutMi I
IIIml U < d hit hit he hI i is unwilling tmwiin that tht any a pr proposed pro proo
posed > o ed increase Ir of r rate rat shal lie I Ii held I up upndeflmbly upimlflnitaIy
ndeflmbly 11110111 11110111TI ndeflmblyTlie
Tlie TI long nl and short haul hul amendment amendmentnil mnmot mnmotwil
nil wil iirobaiily lie I ti the th tint tnt matter mtr dis disTueerf rll rllr di dipuuw
puuw Tueerf d uf r hot t I week I There no are several severalipenchra severalsleechuuw rl rltn
r lie I made thi this
ipenchra In it mAr on question questiont qlNton qlNtonI
I It t I is thought thOllht that a I votn vol 0 will wi he > reached reachedwrf ab
wrf nf later than 11 Thursday Tuly There T appear appearo Plll
10 o 4 be I ti no Ii dmiht in II any nY quarter 11rtfr that the theimendment Ih Ihnndmrnt theatriendinent
imendment will 111 b I d dtrmment ratl < ratlrrmlt I Iisrrflmeflt
rrmlt trmment After M htrr lrl rp rpshop lar larhol hIattiel hIattielShalt
shop hol Men MenWAHHiNarov r rWAHtSarmr fCP fCPWsitIsnro
WAHHiNarov WAHtSarmr May 11a I a The 11 campaign campaignigalnst campaignigatnat mplt
igalnst IlalIA iHioket Ahnl hoia will il be I renewed renewedhi rw rwhi runewushu
hi hi week k according 8lunlnl to 0 an official of the theVpartment ll llor theuparttntnt
Vpartment of Justice Ju li Many Ian Western Weternnum
l num Telegraph TJtrIh Company lOlfly official omc1 were wereiiammed weresummed re relamil1
summed lamil1 Ixfor the h Grand CrAnr Jury lat latreek lastreek
reek k It i 18 understood IIndrtQI now that teati teatinoiiy tNt teatistony
stony will lw I > taken In reference retm to th thollvity thItl1lty the thetetivity
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past postexqulsite exquisite designs that from every ever viewpoint arc arcdistinguished aredistinguished oredistinguished
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