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HERALDS PROCLAIM GEORGE V VrtV YIfJVI VFOUl
FOUl rtV Of It ttYGOXK AGES IOF J7IZ J7IZus OIZS PZFt
Ft us I4 S MHDKR 111 ovimv Imumrunrrll IDXIOXunrrII ovimvKing
runrrll a ef < King Edward KM et for May a 10 10three 2ftThr1 2 2Tftref
three Di na1 0 ltn I4Tg In tI fttaleXew fttaleXewMicrelcn tall tallrln teOwfleretgfl
Micrelcn rln Lighten IIhti ns the lb Atmoiphrre Atmoiphrrer Almoephtrtileom
r lileom Coronation Oath Prolril Prolrilr
r fti 01 i 4Pi N ntifXdt i 1i Till IiiM sex sexrA tII tIIIi
> rA Ii May M y t Georgn GfI Ci Irlt < orgi V was pro proclaifed Imclalm1 proeln
claifed eln King 1 nit in today after the ancient ancientfi ancfrntfM1
fi fM1 rri Th proclamation preluded with withfnuruihes withiAurtl Ith Ithtnu
fnuruihes tnu iAurtl of trumpet and succeeded ut HdNtrH by byrh bytni
rh rH er and an < t playing of o thn t national an anth antbm anthni
th tbm m wo waA 14 read In all the traditional traditionalerllM traditionalIIIIIjO traditionalkraIttl
erllM IIIIIjO s in thn metropolis and at many manypt mAn mAnIhrolljthout
pt > e throughout tim United Kingdom KingdomTh
Th funeral tun rai of King Edward will take takepit takerIr takeii
pit ii n Friday May layO y o > There Tht will bt btelst t tnl b btatriA
elst tatriA Til procession r hml both In London Iondonn4
an aM n4 i at Windsor where the Interment will willbe
be mal in th the crypt of St Georges GeorgesCUr GorllbarI
CUr barI barIh ri riThe l lThe
The h hcdv will III lie II In slate tat at Westminster WestminsterHll I IHall
Hall iI to n Tuesday TIIHda Wednesday and Thurs Thursday Thuradarf ThurdaiS ¬
day darf f neit week weekThs wHkn wkTh
Ths hfltw I III to attend the th funeral funeralThe rllntraln
The n T King IO and Queen of Norway S rway arrived arrivedher
her tnday tndayThe oda todanp odaTht
The correspondent of Tni Tn Srx was 11 in informed Inlorllt informe4 ¬
formed at a nurkingham Palace this morn morning InornInl mornIn ¬
ing In that the h Queen Mother la I In Hood Hoodhealth no not notbelth
health arH i bearing I up 111 well There Therewere ThfrfTrfrtllht Therewrrportethat
were fTrfrtllht report that she htwaa waa very Pf1I11 Pf1I11Jllho ill illJnhn IllJnhn
Jnhn Redmond t haa addressed a letter letterto
to 0 Premier Asqulth lIlth protesting against < alnt the theu theuse
u use e it th I te coronation of George V of those thosefettionn thOMH thoeetlnn
fettionn H etlnn lnn tr f the Ih regal oath of r r office which whichabjure whlChabJur whIchabjure
abjure certain dogma of Roman Catholic Catholicbekef Catholichr Catholicbkef
bekef hr There If are re Indication that the theIrifh th thIrlPh theirth
Irifh Xationalut lIonalut party will 11I make tht thtmatter tblmIIr ibta ibtamatter
matter an iie I I in fl Parliament Parliamentm ParliamentFlLAW1O
m FlLAW1O LAVMTtOX TIOK AT ST ATTh T JAUEVA JAUEVATh 1011 1011Th
Th fir tilt t pr procflfltjon rUmatlon ceremony took tookpkure tookI
I pkure pM er al t 9 i o I In kk k in Friary Court ourt of f the thssnrlnt theI thea041nt
I snrlnt Trd r j aUm RJA aace t of St 1 Jam JamNO wh whpr whrtnt < r rfor
for rent et Ill IH J I the Kings of England have haveb hll hlltn haveFn
I b tn n pr rIafd aimed Jn Just t a AA George V was wasproclaimed W W1tllmNt W4irwMlred
proclaimed on n this I wintry May morning morningTh mom in 1 1Tho
Th rmirt < w ia filled < t with lth guardsmen guardsmenwith
with Uh th their Mr ffirept m and nd color Theodlrer Theodlrerof The otkf otkfr nflkere nflkere1r
of r all the regiment I WON wo crape l Ilft00h Ilft00hn tnd tndn
ph n their left fi arm IIr and the th color tI tIn w Wflh1 Wflh14rawn r rotawn
otawn n wit wift rwpw ntp streamer Th roy roY11 roY1114IlIfWrd nJyIttiietMrI l ltMndtrd
tMndtrd at a St Jammot Jam and nt Marl MarlCrouch Marlmuoh larltrnIh
Crouch muoh HOII 11 juftt urrnes lIr ih narrow narrowtre
tre t t flutters u 1 In the 11 < okl ki wind from fromtop rroma
a top Of 1OtT ot Only the tb royal standard t4MArdBdlflltlwtm ul ulBktojrham stl4ickl4jham
Bktojrham Pahce Pa e wh whre re K fdlrd i ard VII VIIli 1 1II
II d dead d floated at half ti nt ntn matThe t tTh
Th n ceremony in Fnary na Court ourt wa full filIIr
1 I f lor At 9 oclock a lOCk there t rf Hpj RItf1Od > niired on onhe onI
I he p Utany Io y over V ve the picture Icturi gallery of th thI I IalaMo tiraIae
I alaMo th the quaintly < eertumcd tUlftNt hril4 < and amiturtulvant andlullllvan andrrMitvante
turtulvant vrhoe duty K i i 14 to pnioialm pnioialmthe r1lQlalmft
the new King Sir ir Alfred I MoottliaUy MoottliaUyUrtr ronGauyHartr entttlattydarfrr
Urtr Prinrtpjl King Klngt at Arms MM read readh readthe d dthe
the < h irorUmntlen irorUmntlenBy
By li hi hl4 xl 0 < < l tod 01111 > od the h hoorII r < litirvtirl E lirl lrl Mar Marthai Irh41 IarihaI
thai of LnglAAil the 1w blntk > isinl I rit4 Iood U Diih Diihnf 1iikIf It ItItr
nf If Norfolk la court i > miin 111 hl i lru lruerued > r < B t tcri
cri erued ed wi with h the tll brood hlie hi ribbon rlh of orOmr the thelirder I Itrderof
I
trderof Omr o of lhei th the rterand paTter and t l hearing > th h hu hug hllrpllttrlflg hugglltteriitg < r rtclltterifii
tclltterifii J JtwlId < wlled w lfd wr of ttv o l 11 11Id r He Heride Heide
ride Id the th Earl rl Marshal l l t tw gor gnrgeciely I Ieou INIIIh
NIIIh eou y vrotumKl > riwe 1ft rwii C ireri K Khlftd koo koohUI 14hind
hind t this IIfOIl group n Jp ot to trN4l I l th ho o 01 < er nf th thli thenral I II
li I enal ner l Std of ttie rtny rl III full dre drea dreainiform 11ulliform j juniform
uniform uniformAfter iniformAfter I
After the t tk raiding uf th he proclamation proclamationhy
by the herald tb t then < re wan u a fanfare of oftrumpet oftrulepete r
trumpet and < the III band of the fuldtream fuldtreamrtN 10111treamthrdi oltlrlMmCUrtl I
CUrtl < rtN played 1L1 d God Save th ike KIIIK KIIIKTH hioTIla
TH TIla KIXOA t CHILWIES PErTlTOM PErTlTOMTh CPErrTCaIThe
Th The tall rn rfd brick rente emknnc I I
Iarlboreulth ileuM whic4 hlft tounde nel nelarrow t ttarrow
arrow road reparatiDR the modern modernirH noderifloi Im Imultonr9I1dl
irH ultonr9I1dl orBtijci Houw 1111 from the rat rale rln ratIve
Ive e wai n quite a u Iflterentfng C a < Friary FriarylIlrt
1 HIM for mi a platform l4im un1 < l th thwall I iluatI h hJill >
wall Jill ah RtwT < ire whkh th their r blond Iwid w ro roi rthIt rusible
i tlble hIt utond the rhltilren h 1n < of f King 1 Inor i < or OIrt < e ed
d 1 Queen Iary the new n Duke IIk of 0 fort fortall Ionf ort ortf
f f all PrincraH Inn Mary Iar and Irtnoti Altert Altertnid AltrtF
F nid 1 ieqncn TIe Kmif Min and liwti tI worn worni 11 11I
i 4 tuihle to the tb public hut they watehn1 watehn1the aM1tt
the tt h ceremony from a window wnd of Marl MarlI
I < rough HOIIIHI overlooking Friary Coirt CoirtUheii 1001rthn oizrt oizrtt
Uheii t hn th thlt band of the ttl CokJatream OiKinln OiKinlnI GllBrdaIlu1
I Ilu1 lare IareI > the national atthetn at the Ih end endnt I
nt 1 the It proolamatiou ceremony tfrmor the chil children chUrtffl ¬
dren tood at attention with 11 the titer r hand handtiddly handtiiiiy
tiddly 11 lflJ at Mluta Mlutai IIlueIIOf11t aJutetnoU
tnoU i IIOf11t < > ng th the throng of otl oftr n at Knar Knarrt rla r rI
I if art rt the h tall figure of l Lord > r < Kitchener Kitchenerthe
the most prominent prominentAfter
AT tUlltlO J1rnr J1rnrlIr roeqAfter
After the tit ceremony t remon at M Jamet Jametf JllmtIAIA Janieelb
f IAIA lai < the Itl herald eooorted hv mmmt mmmtrwrdmen mounted mtHmtp1Clumn mountedtllttlmen > <
rwrdmen In glittering < helmet and andira
r ira irai e the 11 officer with towing Mar MarI ar arI4k
I i loak proceeded to Charing harui iro iroh 001II 001IIIt rneathe
h the It proclamation wa again read readith renditP ad adI
ith I a fanfare of trurat ietathe > t the th ceremony eremonya mnn mnnIIIhnlt
1 A lading l ting again with the band n1 playing playingin
in national anthem anthemV
V r IIfl d of American Am rlcana Oiled the th wlndo wlndoIf windowIf windows windowsUring
If hating Tlnjt rOM Station Hotel for bar Charir barr
ir r t r n new aerve rve the th utilltwUn Ixir Ixirt hll hllr
t tictiire t ktllrjue que ptrpn fJrpoM of a railroad railroadrtrinj railroAdman rilrniidrntlni
rtrinj man and elation yard It cenuini cenuiniT
I T t njtnfit nvirking the th apot where wh rr th thb tit1I1j thIi i
b 1I1j dy 1 M t 1 jiieea 1t0 Eleanor widow of Edward EdwardI I II I
I r offft fed overnight mldlt on th the funeral march march9tt I I1IIbo r I
1 9tt 1IIbo > the rtr norih x > nh of England t tll Is i Wo WNOtmlnter WNOtmlnterI tmlft ter terin
I r I in IIId d in the th Abbey Abbeyft IJIym I
m ft r th t proclamation at Charing Crom COftllo Cinrath j
tft tllo I lPkm r e ton moved through the Strand StrandIC I IAt I IIf I
If > At tirfSfi trftea monument at t Temple liar Bart I Ik i iYb
Yb k t nurlia the It boundary twmnd U between tween the tta therI I IrT II
rT rI i f ty 1 7 if WeKtminaterao and < itherr the rrHett rrHettpf free eriy ei4yI j
pf I f lxttrtn 1 The Th big hI clock c k on the royal royalI I Ii
i i ira t JiMtlfentnickujo 11011 tnlck 1130 oclock aa the theqal i iWiH
I
WiH H qal I offiren nrr headed by a guard of ofl orboI1 ofII
l boI1 h 11 rivalry alry approach the boun tiounf 1 i iiI
iI f 7 rr f ri > anneiit ftffIt free rr city aeitxui which whicherei
11 0 erei r fM or their noldlen cannot cannott cannelroie
t roie H Njij Ptu If the h pnnaent of the th freemen freemenif
if I he t i v ff f tendon their Lord Mayor MayorAHettre Mayortl1ettre or orA
AHettre A 11 11 I iy ManhoJ and other an anIX autl 11 11tI
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T fr > er r a carjfft eorj M retched atretcheder retchedto t tTple
er to Mreet at T Temple mpt fkr to tignal toelgnlr tignalt
t l II > r ruirnerofokl aarrir of old When Wh < ntBKinca ntBKincaanvfftAt the King Kmgaa Kinganvciat
a t r arnvedat It lh the City Mar llIrhltl Marihait41 llIrhltlI h l lWotf
Wotf t41 their I pmgr progreel Mi and nhmited nhmitedJTJ
Lt Xe i JTJ oj there thereTU I
1 TU fl rantehtieklly n nt hJllkIl renHed Th Thsjr TItItM Thertne
< sjr
nrm who wwt hfl demand entrance entrancero IBtraRfflIII patraneetaP1
III II joeilwm ro < ftim Ma Kayal Majesty Majestya4t i iT1w
a4t a4tp n
T1w v HortHal I then thento ereMefIe41y ereMefIe41yae N
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ae t r tewa II to e thn Lord Mayer IIIII WhO wheDraC WhOneat I IOMn
> neat > to ° HoM iee > e Dragen DraC crnM4 erMIfAl crnaiaT g gr
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tpkitll rktn kbal Clrmrner fur llmbtinil llmbtinilWAHIIIXOTOK llaebanJWAlllUxmclC1IartlUralbarl IfosbnlWAIt1Xa1ON
WAHIIIXOTOK WAlllUxmclC1IartlUralbarl May Mr Jr Charlea W
Morw wife of th the banker who It ccrvinR er1nga
a fifteen year nentcncn nt nco in th the Federal Federalpenitentiary Ffderalpt Federalfnltefltlry
penitentiary pt at t Atlanta Oa 0 pent wiveral
hour bollrat at the Capitol to today lay retting IDttlnllllt algna algnaure ignatttrp a atllrN
tllrN tttrp ure of members of the House of Repre Repreentathe flepreentatives
entathe ntath to a petition to the President Presidenta PrHlltlfltklnlt Presidentaklng
a aklng king f rc1ltlfl e < nitlv clemency and pardon
for her Inmband Mr Morse after a I
faithful day work had fifty name to tothe toliii
the petition moat of them of Democrat DemocratThia I
This however i is only onl a beginning beginningof ctnnlnlof
of the work that she h la I d dfrmlnltd lermln d to tocarry toA t4 t4cnry
carry A on here In Wathington In behalf behalfof
of hr hu huolllUld lMind Sh S Mhe will spend two twoday twoday twoilay
day more at 1 lh the < t4pltolln Vipitol la an effort to toget topt toget
get the h ignattire of mom mo member memberof
of the th HOUIM and nd those of in A many Sena Senaton onatora Senatots
ton at pnwiblo pnwibloMr pnaalblMr
Mr tonw wa accompanied today toda todab
by b a Atr alatsr iat r of o the thl convict entlct convicted banker bAnk and andby andby andby
by Cottr T Brid who la I William len Jenninga Jnnlftj lenning
ninga nlftj Rryana nranI moat mot Intimate Intimat friend rrend In InWuhlngton InWbniton inWaahlngton
Wuhlngton Wbniton It I wa thmugh tIIKh Mr Brides Bridnaefforts Brd Brdfaortl Bridesorti
efforts faortl orti that tht Sim 31 More Mor got ot t her start atortamong Itartamoll startamonj
among amoll the th Democrat Dmotl of the tb Hoii 101 liottie liottieMany n nMany
Many IAn member mmbn of the th house 10u admitted admittedthat admittedthat dmlttl
that they tYI had signed Icf the petition pthton chiefly chi chibauI
becaiiM bauI they t y admired amlr the spirit Irrt hown ehownby hownbyMiK ho hoby
byMiK by Mr 11 Mor tlon Morse e Tho T wifeof wr wife of convicted llmconvicteiibanker tl the cnvced cnvcedbnkr convictedbanker
banker bnkr met mt moat mot of the member membr of th thHoiine tM tMJou theIiouae I
Hoiine Jou who ho Rigned lct < 1 the tb petition JWtllon In the Iholobby th thlohby thelobby
lobby lobbyOften lohbyOrtn lobbyOften
Often abs hn h wa wat on 0 the h verge rl of tear tnarthut tMrahut tearhut
hut she hn h pentuted pt nt In her work Several Severalmember tral tralmfm1 tveralmember
member mfm1 on r n both oth idea of the th Hou loA Hotze e who whothink whothink ho hothink
think More I ought olliht to l 1w puniahed punlah to the thnlimit 1Mlmit thelimit
limit lmit declined dlnt to indorae Idol the thf movement movementto moTmfnt moTmfntto
to secure wu his freedom Iom although athnult they theyadmitted thy thyamlttl theyadmitted
admitted amlttl that tht it had b greatly Aty grieved grievedthem grTI grievedthem
them thm to disappoint diproint Mr Ir Mono Mor n Mr MrMora MrsMorse r
Mora Mol declined dPWnl tonight tnnlah to I make mak public publicthe pblc pblctl
the tl name na of the men who had h signed lignndthn Illn
thn th th petition pt luon Reprreentaiv e fiulrer lulr lulrnO la laone iione
one nO of the th New IW ew York ark member mtrhra who put puttheir putthlr puttheir
their thlr name la to the parr paprWhen parrn parrWhen
When n Mr Ira Morse 0 leave It Washington Washingtonhe WablnKto
she he h will i take the t petition pIUon to I thn tb fit fittentiar pn pnntar rinttentiar
tentiar ntar at t Atlanta Atlta where wh the a will wl how showIt howit
it to 0 her htwhand hllhnd for hi his encouragement encouragementfiKIHItiK AncUralmellt AncUralmelltiFmWF encouragementEflht1
fiKIHItiK WIT 1 I F Fnon II OR TORIES TORIKSKlnf TanF TanFHtcl TORIESkIng
kIng Htcl t nall Irath > c ili Complicate mplltH nrlttih Polltlr Polltlrl PolUI PellitriIuttire
l utnre > tot I nrertatn tftNrtatn tftNrtatnt nrertatnrui
priI t rui CdUt rw fttiptun Zt Pspi u I a Tin T Ta Srx SrxIXIXDON srwIMNDON t
IXIXDON l o May Ia t I All 1 the th Minister lnl ter are arenow ar arIn arenuw
now In town townand and a meeting hatbeen bt n called calledfor calledfor
mtnR clNt clNtro
for ro tomorrow It believed III tIed that th It will willH wi willbe
I be < H defitied to call al a truce In the conititu conititutu cnUtu constituIIUIII
tu IIUIII < < ml 1 ntniKcIt nli until all al the th mourning mourningierermmK moumlnRmnn mourningLerenwmi4
ierermmK mnn have han ben h ended endedIt rnll
It M hl that the th
II probable I pnrlimentary pnrlimentaryeemm rlmlry rlmlrym
eemm m which hkh wo W to have VI ended fdt May a 3d 3dwill Zt ti tiwill
will wili lie I c minued lnue till tl June JUe 4 I It la II I cbvlou cbvloutherefoiv obtio obtiothr obvtoutherefo
therefoiv thr ihit any Hpwubtton Ili a to the theeTect th thft theeTeet
eTect ft of the h change tnce of r ITeril ever evoreigns it > would wouldIM
IM t iiremaliireat al this time timeSotnt timeSottw
IrPlrf tme tmeflt
Sotnt hna hit been attracted attractedhere
flt atteniHxi 1nH h b anractd anractdhf
hf here by b utatemeRta Alttmft attributed arbtld to labor laborleaden laor laorwha laborleeiiri
leaden who are BOW ow ahrotd hr d Barnes lUraechairman la lar11 Barnescinirinan
chairman r11 of the Laborite brt and Mender Ilendarran lender lenderrlmlfr
ran former rlmlfr chilrsuQ mlll who h are both bh tlll stillin tlllm 11
m 1f the h Hou l0q IIoie < e have M been lIn talking to th thHame the th8tP thenewepe
newepe tP pere pereKarne
Hame fm in II I quoted 11 In I ffum fIorf fIorfInv rMorr Morl Nr Nrnwtnv er ermany
many Inv by h the I tnig tn nirtgtr eigev a caving In that tt th thdeath this this4eath h hh
death h of Kmg < Kilwanl would olid complicate complicatethe I III
the II lb situation 11 boUt Ul at home ho and an abroad abroado ad
1 o fur nr ae fngUiwI nlnd woo A coiuerned lmf Mel MeldiHbtrtd I tie tietlat t tft
diHbtrtd ft dfrf tliat Kdwnnl thrall had not nt definitely definitelywi dtily dtilyI1 definitelyitb4lit1
itb4lit1 wi I1 tit t I Ii the I set e < of the t Lord Ifb but buthad I buthad I Iha
had ha il declirei llr1 cUr sl hl lue IM > wllhn willinHifw to do every everythuiK everythmg pI pIIh
thuiK Ih within Wllhll hut h tsi piveer > r iO 0 Mttl I < matter matternati ia tisatterMtiefaitoIIv I IN
nati N MtiefaitoIIv MtiefaitoIIvCissorge fa loilv loilvOtwrge oII
Otwrge V in 1 hu ofuntoe ofonl i a 1 friend of ofthe f fthe rh
the h Ton i ami therefore tfO rt rwl l dip dl iiipod iiipodto po < NH > d dto I
to 1 help hp out Oi Ht H 1 heves ve that tht a new n e I Ir lei c cUon
Uon te i a aeareil < ured rftd r f the tl n IW new w King lme will willonly willoftty I I IOy
only Oy a J asn en to t4 a I mrtallmeHt rllft uf if the power powerof Jwr i iIr
of Ir the t MTlf IAIII after ar the 11 qye qUPl queetlen tien n h ti hai i been beenreniibmttted beenreeibnittel n
reniibmttted IIlt1 u kl > IM voie Of4 < of f t U e country I
j STOP fTt iiintss iii I IJI DlE5 if 1I i iuIrs iuIrsPFiZer sr sri
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i Order Ord Horn C to 0 the th Putlce plrf That 1at erltleat ietklrtttsIhint erltleatI 11 11I
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following IIIRj up JI lit hi 11 direrti 4i to C Iolwr Iolwro Itolk Ioi ei eiommie4otwr
I ttmlr o ommie4otwr imir k > fter Baker kr to 0 have hv the tkt practm pr prd raetredi1nt4niIiMi
I dHMontmiUHl d nf f
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nifY1 artiRC engineers Rora mo moj m mr
j tiirmen and driven drvfr when an accident aecidenlj
r an trnt trntOlr
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i wilMtton OIIII with wih the POH CommiMKmrr Cmmiltr
I Ott > n the t utibject 1JOt yeftrnhy fI and alI drew up upth II IIrolwifj tiptii
th following rolwifj to be I Hwued I to the te whole wholefore whl whlfor wholefore
fore n 1Intrllnl 1 a general order orderIn r rII
In II ibr It IL < a of r prrton Ja injurMl IJII or killnl killnlby 11 iLldby
by railrtxd rlr rn mime IIIR in or i ar sf4 r or street Ir1 ar aror f fiir
iir trick Inll trsw or ihr Ih like 11 the h rnclnrer In meter moinrmin melnrn meterKiln
min n ilritT Ifnr or iilhrr 1r rt eMfi4oe ArO > l < i > re nhouM hol < not notIn notbe
In 111 arrrtsl rre ti > < l witlxHit It a warrant uuleM II it tie tieolitKuw c I II514114
olitKuw bro un Ihr lb f la faiti i M after rarrful r nlHrr nlHrrI haririti
I I v vln iriti li n or eiarninttinn 1111 thai lhl the Ih r ci n i 14 < HOI HOIlone hl hlIn noton
lone In on nt KiHlrnr In but I hit Ih he h i irinliy 1l11y of ofnufilAHfrhlrr ofI ofmekirkier
I nufilAHfrhlrr 1ohr or iisei olhrr Ir frtem Iln IOI5 iiilrn iiilrnikiwHr 11 111lllr itsInItioaeilr
ikiwHr or throuch Ihr1 area > rn 1 nrlirncr nrlirncrI
I 1lllr Let 11 th t fulf pritil > rrlice C of f arrrtlnciHh ar111 arfeetini Oh auth prrnon prrnonwithout pirannawitlieMt flno flnoj
j > without willt onrrant cei 1C > e utileiw I ii aforr aorI aorITh sforeeaid sforeeaidIke aHi aHiThe
The prop propr rofr ajy r Ia > to mtke tk ke a iheroi IIroJIb IIroJIbUhIK thoroigbeiiMiCtiofl b
i ijummntion UhIK of r the Ih f fart arlll rU and III then h apply applyto a ply
to 0 3 M2irte 11Olrlf for or a warrant rl unlr 01 the thet theI liiivice
t U vice > e be b our f in 1 whuh thr th hf perton Iron i II ii pliinly pliinlyUllty plnlIwly pIinIyguilty
I guilty Iwly of n felonr felonrIn Ilnr IlnrIn
In the Ih cane of all al iuch lrh icctdrnl IICI11 In Ir full fullinformation ful fullinformation
information fornalon thereof Ihrf be b unmred IIfrr with wlh the thename th thename
I name and addrr of all 11 wltnnum ln thereto theretond IbfTfo IbfTfond thetsoand
and nd the h name lam and I addrrt ddr of the engineer errmerrraotorman engineermotorman Inr Inrmoorn
motorman moorn or driver a al the caie cab rear I be beand b beaisd
and 1 entered on the h blotter blotterMKTKOn br brInon hoiirIE1EOfl
MKTKOn Inon UT I II I TilE Til TilIndd 5KV 5KVMndrd Sh ShLanded
Landed With lh lth a Trrrlnr Roar ar In t the la lai Las LasMinas 1 1lba1
Mlna Mvuntaln lexlc SlitleIL > lexlcKL nleI
KL Paw PAf May a 9 I A denpatch dpch to the thnI th theIltraW
Hirald Irral from rrl Jlocteiumi locttZUf Chihuahua ChihuahuaMexko Chlbuau ChlbuauI ChihuahuaMexico
Mexico Iko iyn 1 that lt a Urge Lrae meteor mlrII paaed paaedacrli xu d dacr
acr II the heavena 111 Uat lt night nlJht In a north northerly northI northerly ¬
erly direction Illton It waa u no I bright hnlht that tat It ItIlluminated IIIhJmlrt itIlluminated
Illuminated IhJmlrt the th landncapn M unH ea created createdeonaternation talf createdconaternation
eonaternation enlmton among the naUv naUvH nUv nUvTrl naUvlieveral
H lieveral veral Trl minute lnlt after alr it i had hA p pf paued pauedinto M > d dinto
into the th I faa < aa Minaa lil Mountaiaa lontiB a tremen tremendoua Itmrn ItmrndmJI tremendoua
doua dmJI not RI noiee waa WJ heard har Ilk IkA like an expiation expiationThe rlOlonTh
The nupponiHon lurtlHnn la II I thit th the meteor mtfr struck atruckIn atrcl
In the IJM I La Mina ln range raE A it mu mUAt t have havebeen hT hTh1 havebeen
been h1 very Urge lrlt a iiearehlng earohin rlhlf party le I go going gotag 0 0I ¬
tag I to tohunt hunt Jlnt for font fontf3everai it itHnveral I
Hnveral KTral fragment r lnta of meteor mfllra have havebeen havhn havebeen
been hn found ronr at different dlllt time tm In the tll Los IXMArade 1 1Ana LosAredes
Arade Ana range rR f weal Nt of Mottezuma Iodnum some aomof ame someof I
of them quite ule Urge IKt Another Anotr meteor meteorfell m meteorfell r rr1
week and the th native nativefrightened nativesfrightened
fell r1 only a wtk ago an nt
frightened friKhnf by the th atonea tori of the tb comet cometwem cm cmfntritln comtwere
were purtlcHtricken fntritln The Te exploding ixrloln frag fragment fr frFfnt fgigmna ¬
ment Ffnt are I atiif id to have VI started lCI a forest rot flr flrnlrr f f111r tire tirenlir
111r nlrr Crlt Ct r rff Pill n That Tl Hlgned 11 Matoe all BHI BHIWAaHlNflTOM BRIWUHISff BfllWAafflSEflo
WAaHlNflTOM WUHISff My I Repre ftUn ftUnWilim R1preeentaIlve R1preeentaIlveWilliam eBtaUve eBtaUveWilliam
William Wilim 8 Rwr Siilaer lfr of New S ew York Yok now Mwh nowhaa haa the thefen te terfn thefCC
fen given Ilv to 0 him by PreMdent rrmt Taft Tar with withwhich wt wishwl4ch
which w h h the bill hii r swwwi I by Congress fC recently recentlyaeproprhiMng r reesntlyappmpdafia t
aeproprhiMng a M1 ttmW Itf 4 IW for ro raMftg rall the thewre IhewrN1 thewred
wre wrN1 wred < k of Hie ballleiiMn t p Maine I WM w M sljwei sljweiMr ed edMr I Ir
Mr r Snlcer Slr o for ff year IMa ha Ms been b trying t to toget MIt soget
get It tfcta 1 t ils legMaHon Ir IrTE ponxM ponxMOn paasdTItarT
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Iloadf Leader tre rr 4t ot AarfO of Oatromtlrt OatromtlrtAttle floteompRenate floteompRenateArtIsts
ArtIsts Attle mil 1t He Drfrrrnl Dftrrl Inlll IU After AfterMere Attr AttrI AfterIr
I Mere 1 Ir Mprrrhr Phaale peechrsittster Senator hot RII llepe llepemi lec Itgwrut
mi rl for Final nal Ato Action by b M May l y IN INWAintXQTOX I IWA IWiitntoox
WAintXQTOX WA t T May Jy 9The The Th Republican Republicanleader Jrlblln JrlbllnINdfr llepublknnleader
leader INdfr cf r the th Senate 8ntfl enat took tk ftock ok to t today todayon < Uy Uyon
on the t railway mlwy bill bi They Th feel I that after afterth artr artrte afterthe
th te the Hotue nOI haa h ha acted ar onvthe bill hl the th Senate Senatewill ontfO ontfOwl Senatewill
will wl be b able to put through trough a meaaure ml that thatwill tt ttwl thatwill
will wl he acceptable acceptableA lptabl
A conference nroc wa Ute lt this thli afternoon afternoonhtld atlmn afternoonheld
held hel In the t room rm of o Senator 8ntr Aldrich drch who whoreturned whorttml whoreturned
returned rttml Ut lat night and an wanted wnt to know knowJu knowJlt knowjust
Ju Jlt just t what progress pr < had been made me in hi hiabsence hla hlaalnCt hiabeence
absence alnCt in the direction dlrton of an agreement agreementSenator agreementenator jrml jrmlHtor
Senator Htor Root Rot wan wl at the conference onO He Heeipreed 11 11e lieexpiereed
eipreed e the th hope hop that tht a vote might mjth be bereached I bereached
I reached rcf before t1ort May Yy 21 aa he lieto expejn expejnto ur
to t leave 11 on 0 o that day dy for Europe Eurp Immedi Immediately Immrl ImmrllallY Immediably ¬
lallY ably after affOr the conference cnlfrnO Senator Stor Root Rootwent Rt Rtwt Bootwent
went wt to C Senator 8tor Clay Cy of 0 OeorgU orl and an ar arranged atranged r rrCf ¬
ranged rCf a pair plr on the th hill and ad amendment amendmentThe mnmn
The fIrst vote In the Senate snt will wllom wllomon conic connon conicen
on the th long and chart aho haul amendment amendmentIt i iIt
It U t i believed blnr It will wl be b defeated dtrtf although althougha I
a oareful poll rol of the te Senate Rte today ty devel developed developed ¬
oped unexpected uneJf Republican Ipublln votes In Infavor Inlao infavor
favor lao of the th amendment amndmnt At leant IMt nine nineteen nineteen ¬
tf teen Republican RpHblcn Senator ntor will wl willroti vote for It Itand I itand
and it I U 11ld said that tt the opponent oppnfnt of the theamendment themlmnt I Iamendment
amendment mlmnt would woul have havt to commend rmnd the thnvote tho thoVOt thetote
vote VOt of at leant eight fIKt Democratic moto Sena Senator sn Senators ¬
tor t In order to t defeat the amendment amendmentSenator amtndmtntRntor
ortr tfl I
Senator Rntor Aldrich A krilh I is confident rllflt that tht the theamendment thfOamfndmnt th thamendment
amendment amfndmnt will wil fall fallIt rli fallIt
It I f III poMible plhl that a vote vot may my be b r reached reachedon ach > x xon
on 1 thia thl amendment even ln before bror the thl return returnof tlm
of Senator Rntol Cummin Clmmlna and Dolllver PIVr who whoam whoare hn I Iaf
am af campaigning nmrlcmK In Iowa They expect expectto tPt tPtto
to be b back bCk on Thursday Thlry Many 1Ianyp tpeechefl tpeecheflare
are yet to be b made Senator sntr Smoot Sot of ofUtah orUtab ofUtah
Utah i to speak Plk for the tl amendment amtndmtnt and andSenator andRntor andSenator
Senator Rntor Lodge Li who 10 prevented p ntM toiUy tLy tLymfmorl a amemorial amemorial
memorial mfmorl from rrm the Boston Itn Chamber Camr of ofCommerce orommr ofCommerce
Commerce ommr proteat prottlc protesting ing again Afalnlt the th amend amendment amndmlflt amendment ¬
ment will wi he heard bnlln in opposition optllon to it itOne ItO itOnf
One O matter mattr that tllt ha has been t practically practicallydetermined pmCltl practicallydetermined
determined dtrlnf i II that hit no more conceion conceionar cnCion I IC
ar are to C be I made rM f t > the tniurgenta lnurrnt The Thecommerce Thecommerce 1 1Mmffifr
commerce Mmffifr court ourt feature rfaHr will I rrroam Oln In Inthe Inthe inthe
the bill hi and IInl the h AttorneyGeneral ml will willbe wi willhe
be I authorized allhorlZ to 0 take tk charge Charl of defending defendingthe drndlli
the order orra of the tb Interstate Inrtae Commerce CommerceCommission Cmmr CommerceCemmlsaten
Commission nmmif on in 1 the 11 court Clr The Th only onlyconcemlon onlynlon onlyronceaelnn
concemlon that the Insurgents 10lurlt will wil get jt In Inthi Inthie Inthis
this matter mtfr f II is the thl amendment amndmfnt that tht has haaalready huRIay hasalready
already RIay been > een put in II the bill bl authorizing authorizingcomplaining aut10rzlnl authorizingenmplainIn
complaining cmplill shipper alln to appear apPr and to be bemade h hemade
made mdf Ilrtl lortles > artl < to the t suit ul and to he rrpre rrpreaented reproaentM pr
aented It hy h ooitnel ooitnelThe emll emllTh cotmeelThe
The Th auggratlon IU Ntjn that a part pr of o section Itll
12 would woul bo b restored rtr to t the te bill bi wa wapromptly waprmply waspromptly I
promptly vetoed nt today ty by the O Senate Senateleader St Senateleadera
leader IAII The n suggestion v in of the th restora restoration ftora reetoralion ¬ I
lion lin of a part pr of this thlall section which hl relate reUteatn lt
In menreni ffif came < m from rrn Senator Rntor Klkin Klkintmt Elkinabut Ik nll nllbu I
but it I did di1 not n meet with favor Senator Senatorrummin SenatorCurnmtnaa nnr
rummin uml ln1 amendment amndlnt to t section clon I 9 of the thebill thebill h hto I
bill to gfta Ihe gts the th Interstate Int411 Commerce Commerri mmn
i lorm1 oinmi otnmlaion ton powrr pwr t to o approve aroT all alllnClj alllnCljor Incmmen Incmmenof
or rU re hefnre foN such lc Inrreaneii go o into effect ert ertwIli effectwill i iwill
will wIli lie met m with wih a motion moll In table hl and the theRepublican theRepuhlkwn i
Republican nphlkn leaden ld1 believe 1Iv that hit they h have havethe hTf havethe
the Iil tout 0 ote to to 1 table III it itThere ItTfr itThere I
There Tfr I is still ti a difference dlrfOr of opinion opiniona opnin opnina
a as to 0 what whl deposition 1poHion ball ti be made madeof mle mleor
of the three section onl of the tb Ml hi wWeh wWehrelate wheh whehIa wMehrelate
relate Ia I to 0 atoeka t Ok < vk and alI tinnd toKa There TrrI M a al ajrwieIitv
11 jrwieIitv l > ro > lhi iflUlttr that lhl they r will 11 I 1 be materially nwiteriallyamend materiallyalnentNl frally
amend 11 i or lie I dropped dMfl out 01 to 0 reapp rNrr rNrr14hr tsppenr tsppenrlater ar arlater
later In another IIhr form fr a an independent independentbill 1I1n
bill bl I
I Tomorrow ToIUw will i1 I Ia a day dy of o tpeeeh tpeeehmaking rI rII peeeiimaking
making mklK in the th Senate snl but bt there thfr ii I little littleor hUor
I or no n expectation I all of a vote TOI being inK had hadtomorrow Id IdIomoro hadtomorrow
tomorrow Iomoro There T will wi tie t ranch mlh Intrnwit Intrnwitin
in I the I pr oNdingft plili in il the tl Houiw 10 Hon There Therethe Te Teon Therethe
the wtiuuon on i ta very fry uncertain IInrln The T Tb final finalvote fl flTOf finalvote
vote to be taken
i III tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrw tomorrwTh
The Th test ft will wi come rme on 0 a motion mi to 0 re rei ro roelmlnl tacommit
i commit elmlnl the h tiill hi and another anthr Important Importanttnal Imprnt Imprnttral
trial tral of ofistrengib Allh trength will I be I on 0 onanamejidment onanamejidmentto an amendment amendmentto mmntI
I to II ntnke lik out the provision provllon for or a commerce commeroocourt Mmmf1 commercecourt
court Thm Tl motion motn when hfn mail ml In com committee rm rmI cornmittee ¬
I mittee ml of r the h whole who wan 110 lost lostSome batSome
Some 1 of the th Republican Rflblmn leader in the theHouse Ih IhIlnu theIIoweadmlt
Ilnu House IIoweadmlt admit dn tonight that tt they 1 he are A doubt doiihtfill douhtril doubtI
I fill ril of the h outcome oltrm and are a prepared PPr for foralnnMt roralnK foralnrnet
alnnMt alnK anything anytlnc The 1 Senate sna Imden Imdentonight leulerstonight
tonight IY ay they Iy have information arormton that thatlead thatINda thatbeada
lead them thtm to believe h1f that the Donne Donnebill 101 lIouebill
bill hi will UI I Iii < paused 1 substantially Ibtantaly in its itspresent I itsprrant
I present form With Wih the th pa pall paasage agn of < r the thnbill th thbl thebill
bill bl through the h House lolt the h general jtnfralltu jtnfralltutlon situa situation eituation ¬
tion in Congren ConI in a regard rlanl to the t railway rlw rlw1ltllon
IgltUtion will be h cleared 1
1ltllon wi materially mlnlly and andthe andthe n
the th Senate Sna leaden will wi be ti able ahl tn t see their theirway Lhlrwa theirway
way wa to shape ha > e a measure Ilr with the IA ail avIC advice adviceof view viewof
of the UI Prwldent and the h concurrence concurrenceof InClrrfnl
able of the House 101 leader that tht will be tl accept acceptable aCpl aCplahl acceptable ¬
ableNone None Sot of the th leaden Ilf in either house hol of ofCongres orConl ofCongress
Congress Conl I II predicting prlllnl an a early 1 adjourn adjournment adJOlmmet adjournment ¬
ment met The bill bl will I undoubtedly take tkAIen a along along
Ien long time in conference en and ad tLere tlt will willbo willhe
bo ti much debate dbt The Senate Rnte can c impose imposej Ihp
j no n restriction rtelol on o debate dbl and the House Housei 10
i is 11 in such uh a condition cnditon of chaos ChO that the th theBepuwican
j I Republican Jpubir leaden Ian do not nt feel asuured asuuredof iA I
of the Ihf necessary strength Ih to bring hrn In InrI a arule arut I
rule rut limiting discussion mltactiaaionUnder
rI Imilnl or r stnctlng retlnl dllion
1 Under auch condition no one U I
Ilndtr Kh tndJton o I willing willingto wlln wllnI
to predict rrje an adjournment aJoummt of Congress Cng Congressbefore
I before July I and ad Speaker IpNker Cannon aaid aaidtoday ad adty saldtoday I
today In the of of his cot colI
ty I presence pne some 8me h c I
I league le In the House loll that Congress Co would wouldi wlmd wlmdI
i be t In session Ion on July Jul JulI I ITIK 4TIE
I
I TIE TIF t HEIGhT nFmIT TO HIS II III Till Tillj T TI TTtatmml TillTreatment
j Treatment Ttatmml Huggestrrt Ialltltr for > et lty Donkey fonkeyReported I
i I Reported prl < la I Health Department DepartmentThe Dfrtmrnt DfrtmrntI
The Te Health 1ltb Department Drrtmnt Ut llt week weekreceived weekreceIved k kITe
I received ITe the thf following folJwnl complaint compUintI
I would wld mpoctfttjly rtpfly call cl your yor at attention attention ¬
I tention to the condition enditlon of the elevator elevatorIn
I In n livery HYr stable elhl at t This Tht elevator elytor elytorout U Uout Iaout
out of repair rpr and an same lme being II used uw at all allhoun allhours 1
I hours bor of th tte the night nltht a aa well I a u in the th day dayIt dy 1
It la I a Impossible Implble to get t a night rest f By Bygiving DrTlnr flygiving
giving < Tlnr thl this your YOlr attention AInton yea vo will wll greatly greatlyoblir irrotlyoldie U Uole
oldie ole A Ktrrrtiuii KtrrrtiuiiCommissioner Hfla Hflalnmmllonr Htanxntommisaloner
Commissioner lnmmllonr Iederk IArJ sent Int an Inspector Inspectorwho Ipor Iporwbo
who Investientrd Intlnf and yesterday ttmy reported reported1EUvator tPrtld tPrtldi reportedElevator
i Elevator Dvt r In good 10 working order the thnnoise th thenoisO I
noise nol come e from rr a braying braTne donkey donkeywhich dol donkeywhich
which will wi be h removed rrmoTt Tuesday Tufay Will Willreinpeet W1 WilleInpect I
reinpeet no order or r nec n necoaary ary yet yetNo Yf yetXo
rBpe No order nec 14ry neceseary ary yet yetr repeated repeatedCommissioner repeatedContmtaninner
Commissioner Clnr nr tdrle l rl musingly mUn l Then ThensmtHng Tf Thanmlhng af
smtHng lfC he hI added addedMust ad addedMut
Must ha intend Ilend giving tlrlt the th donkey ke ton tonarmy 1MI thenewly
treatment treatmentWhat
army trat8umt trat8umtt
What t that some on O asked ankedTying askedfyag
t I f
I Tying a weight to M h ha tall tl Dont teN tllay HUa1O teNa7
ay a1O on y 00 ar ceMd th I Il Com CoMfalsoloaff CoMfalsoloaffk ml sal oner
l r
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r OMAT I urn 01 ID IIK f fIaor i cor corMater iosMayor
Mater U I Frlrndl Flrncl and lira U Would ouhl Like Ukra IJka
a leptiole leph11 lor llllle 111 Fellow FellowA ID1I
A 1 man an Irrh Inll under cix > ix and a half halffeet hir hirrt halffeet
feet tall tAl called Call at the 1 C Uy IT Hall Hal ye ytcnly ytcnlyand yesterday yesterdayand t rtlay rtlayand
and wa so per p pi4stcflt ilcnt nt In hi hi his appeal allal to t be beallowed b beallowed
allowed alo to pee the th Mayor that he h wa waJ w wfnaly Wafinally
J finally fnaly taken into In the th Mayors room roomHe rm rmI roomlie
He Hf told Mr Ir Gaynor Ganr that hn h wa w Joseph JosephI JOlhlIokfr Joeeihliocker
I I Hocker lIokfr that he wanted wantf to he h a policeman policemanand rl n I
and that while hlfl hn had hd passed < the th physical physicalexamination pliyaltalexamination
I examination xmlnlol hn doubted douhtf if he h could couldthe pass passthe 1 1the
the mental mtnlIullnton examination Itncker wanted wantedto
to know if the h Mayor couldnt smooth smooththe moh mohthfl
I the way WiY After Mlr IL lLtentng u Itnlna > nlng tn him the theMayor theMayor h hI
I Mayor vnt him to Chairman fhlnnn McCimr McCimrof Mcthutnof 1011 1011or
of the thf Civil 1 Service 11 forrml Commllen lcn with withthl wlh wlhthllllUlr withthis
this thllllUlr thllllUlrTI letter letterThl letterThia
Thl clii lll IIIRrol introduce in n you JOIIOf 7012macph loseph h Heeler Heelerwho lodr lodrwho lioelerwho
who want wanll m ii tie a policeman lolrmn He I sjy sjyhe IY1 ayshe
he haa h ha undertone nrln she Ih phyiksl h kI elimination eliminationsnd mlnlln mlnllnanrt
and passed rI but HI fears ra Tour otr oiir mental lnl1 test tetII testlie 1
I II I lie IA I certaInly rAlnl a pMMcal slant Ilnl lanI s 1 feet r s JInches sInr Sinches
Inches Inr tall 111 sail 1 I trust u he h Is an Intellectual Intellectualgiant InIIla InIIlaInl IntellectualgIant
giant Inl alo 10 because tf ic are In need of orlalr the thejlatler thetatter
jlatler lalr tatter kind kln t on he police 111 force fo He I U I too looMe toohte 0
Me 11 for Ir the h rtelerllve dIclt force Inr he h could Iolid not nn tn tnnywheie goanywbete 0 0anyh
nywheie anyh nlihout wI befn bfII beftig seen n t I there mi miwar asway
war 101 to of jet ft a f rwml fw r little men even n hunchback hunchbackand hunrhbrk hunrhbrkDd
I and Dd singed rat ra on the Ih police pl force fnr fnrIhal so sothat eothat
that ne can 10 make mik detecme cII of Il them hf We Wedo w wdo Wedo
do not nn need tlanlit Ianl for rormnr detectIves < AXsare AXsaremore are aremore
more mnr In need D of 111 little felIne rlo who ran ro roIhroiieh 10 10Ihrol gothrough
through Ihrol keyholes and an knotholes sad nd if ifthey I ifthey
they have hI eyes f In the I hark alI of their I had hesdaslso
slso 10 all the helter hlrf Mmerely NilrI yours yoursV yourtv OU
1 tv V J OiTNOR OiTNORnuthi Oaso Oasontlll flATNiJli4niiifltl
nuthi ntlll yi 1InX ltIRIX mix RETIRES RETIRESIt nrTIF nrTIFlu RETIRESJudge
lu Judge 1 Adieeateof dOat lt MaIne Inl inquiry bert berti ourtI
It I 05 2 Iran tl Od Old To TO Toits ToitsWaMtZNOICX < U UMay >
I WaMtZNOICX An OTON May 8 Rear Admiral AdmiralAdolnh AdmiralAdolth rtmltl rtmltlAdol
Adolnh Adol Manx Iarl chairman Ihlrmln of the th lighthouse llghthonvboard IhhthOltbrt lighthouseboard
board brt will I bn 11 put 111 on the th retired rt hat lt to tomorrow to tomoro tomorrow ¬
morrow moro He I reaches lcht then the th statutory statutoryage Italuoalllmi
age alllmi limit of I it J yean yeanAdmiral YMn yearAdniirat
Admiral domal Marit far wn Wil wee judge JI < advocate advocateof adYntfO adYntfOor
of the Il court rurt of inquiry InquirY which tnvostlcated tnvostlcatedthe Inthtf
the th blowing hlowinS up of the h battleship haltIhl Maine MaineIn Ial IalIlvan
> In Havana Ilvan harbor hubr on oi February rhrlr 17 l 11 ll lllie t tI
I He I w was 11 l born > orn in Dresden DIfn Germany on onI onMay
I May IA I In HU n He I Ii wa Wa was graduated IAdllt1 from fromthe fromthe mm mmth
the th United tnl States SAt Naval Academy < dmy in I I 1M 1MIn iiitIn MM
1 In the h Ute It NO M he h was u on duty dilY In the theofflc thl thlom theomce
offlc of the th Judge AdvoratoHeneral Ad0f0ntl nf nfthe n ofthe
the th Navy It I was wal wa t hOu tiocaiiee > ocati e of his hi legal legalknowledge Ifjl IfjlknowJI legalknowledge
knowledge knowJI that lt ho h was W8 chosen ch n as a judge judgeadtocatxnf Jldl judgeadvocate
advocate hOA or the th Maine llln court rll of Inquiry InquiryIn InqUryIn
In the th SpanishAmerican tpnlhmrlmn War Wlr he h com commanded Mmmand cornmanded ¬
manded mand the th gunboat Scorpion Mrplon and nd was wasadvanced Wi waaadvanced
advanced dnnl for conspicuous bravery In the thehandling th thI thehandling
I handling hndlnl o hi vessel during dlrlnK the th attack attackon a ttacl
on Minranlllo Lnanlo Admiral Admirl Marix rl i Is an anextra anextrn n nxtm
extra number numhr and consequently hi hiretirement hirrUrfmlnt his hisretirement
retirement rrUrfmlnt will wi not create at a vacancy vacancyThe vanCTThe vananryThe
The post pt of chairman hlrman of the tl lighthouse lighthouseboard l lighthouwhoirti htho
board bant will wi not be filled flt pending POlJnl action alun by byCongress hyLonl byCongre
Congress Lonl on a measure mAur to reorganlcvthn reorganlcvthnboird rr anlah anlahb
boird boirdMIIS b toirslMR
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MIIS 1m llAMVKItSTEIV lt1Um TFI StRS StRStrlhari nFrhol srrsSrthwu
trlhari rhol Former Jomr ttlfe Mlfl Allege u That She Shellatlleen Sh ShI he heliagUern
llatlleen I Urn Damagnl Oamir MOOOO MOOOOPHILADELTHIA UO000PnhzaDtLrNIA 00 00Pnlrt
PHILADELTHIA Pnlrt > URU May 9 Mn I Jean JeanAllison IN JeanAllison
Allison INa Hammentein Hammrlfln the tt recently tutly dl dlvercod c dlvorcod
vercod Torc wife of Arthur rthlr Hammentoin Hammentoinwho
who ho ae a named nmt < 1 by b Mn 11 Genevieve GenevievChester olren olrenCIr GenevieveChester
Chester CIr Frowert a corespondent in the thelatter theattra I
latter Ur divorce dh action all against aAln her hlr him hUl husbaNt himborHlPercivalK
borHlPercivalK hnd baNt PfrTal Percival K Frowert tort instituted InlUtut a alit alitror suit suitfor suitfor
for ISOOuo SOoo damage dm against a ant Mn I Frowert Frowerttoday rowrt rowrttd rowrttoday
today todayTin td todaynile
Tin 111 action acion forma the I fifth jth chapter hpfr of ofthe orth ofthe
the th volume oIRI of marital Irt1 dioagreemeBt dioagreemeBttliat 1RtBt
that legan tJln with wil the thIRmrtfn Hammentein divorce divorceThn dlyor divorceThis
This linked with withthat withUt withtMt
T pUlntiffs pIII name om was A
that Ut of r IVrdvsl Itrovl K 1 Frowrrt rort of this thA city cityby Iy Iytr cityby
by tr Arthur HamnHTumn IAmlun uftor affr th this h Utter Utterwas Ittr Ittrwnr1 latterwan
was tuvnrcml by hi I his wife Ir in I Itono 1to on o Apnl ApnlM Allrl AllrlIrort
M 3 Frowert strenuously denmi anything anythingbut nytho nythoIHa
but IHa friendship rrfI hp for ro Mn MI Hammentein HammenteinA Uammntfin Uammntfinr
A few r days dYII liter IIlr he h began tlan dlvorew 1or pro proceeding Irorinjo liroteeding ¬
ceeding rinjo against allol hi liia us own wife I alleging allegingcruel alkgingcruel I Ir1
cruel r1 and barbarous arhrH treatment ansi all sIc sIcserUon < le leTwo 1
tn serUon Two days YA later Iu Mn 1 Frowert trrt I
mutinied IHIt acWon aron for divi dlor > r > on n sututory sututorygrmituls atatutorygiosmiada ttulo ttulo101w1
grmituls 101w1 naming lln Mr Iro Hammentein Hammenteinand
and al tin 1t same Mly day Mrs Ir John Jon HuHRUind IURII of ofNew ofS ofNew
New S York ork who 1 wa Wil a f nend n1 of ibis th Arthur ArthurlIamnH Arthurhlammempteine rthlr rthlrIJmnJtlll
lIamnH IJmnJtlll hlammempteine > r t u brcxight hrh a 1 dlvoren lvort suit suituit lalt laltI shutagulnit
uit a agulnit j1 in 01 t hr hr husband husbandNow hu liustisiniNow nl nlSo
I Now So Mn I HammerMein IAlmrln decUn 1c that thatI tht thti thatMrs
I Mr Iu Kr rwerta werT r action aln naming minI her M I a arsapondcnl co corespondent ro roI ¬
I respondent ot has tl damaged llltr her h to C the I ex extent cxtoot I IIt ¬
tent It of ofTintrn Ioiaj IoiajT1lltEt I IT
Tintrn T I I I iiKHSiirniroitKTn 1111111 iiftSEIr isiroin T TRl TRltinI ni nieol iv ivHontan1
eol tinI Hontan1 oman Xulrlde tulld at Klriatrd Hta Htatlon fta ftatlen titalIon
lIon In llrookl Irookn Irooknwl > n nwe
5 we wl wall dressed I young Ylunl woman wlln com committed Mmmlld cornmilled ¬
milled mlld suicide u lle at about allt 2 oclock kk kkdRY yester yesterday ysetssrday ¬
day afternoon IIfmln by jumping jllplnl from rrm the thnelovated theeltsteii i i1vnt1
elovated station lnn at Fulton Fllo tr trsist t and andNoslrand aOlIXOtrnd andNoetranI
Noslrand XOtrnd avenue un Brooklyn In front rrn of ofa orrlIR
a tram rlIR hound lnd for or MnnlmMnn Before Beforethe Ir Irh Beforethe
the h approach aprMh of the I train sh 1 hail hr lieen lieenI licennoticed
I noticed nt1 walking wAlkle rapidly rlrlly up 11 and ll down downI Iownplalorm
I the platform and Ind just IK a a it came in she sheI sherant h
I cast a swift look lok liehlml > hlld hit Ir and IK plunged phlll phllltrIKbl pliungssiatraight
I 141 straight out ot on the trucks truckii trlck trlckI
i This T motorman mowrln Roliert Hunt of 15 1153 1153I li3 li31st
1st I I St t Marks IArk avenue saw JW the tta woman makn maknIhn mko makothe
the jump and at A once O applied applNt the th air airbrakes airbrake Ir Irrlk
brakes rlk but blt the woman oma was 111 struck tk with withgreat wih wihIIMt withgreat I
great IIMt force ro bv the hi car and hurled aeroM aeroMto acro acroto eO
to thn thl tli other track nk Hits St was Wa planed on onthn onthA onthe
the station t4ton platform where h hn died bn bnfore h before
fore fo th this arrival arlnl of an ambulance ambulAnc from fromSt
St John Hospital HospitalThe JOplta JOpltaThe
The woman wln was about 35 s yean Y old oldand ol oldand
and a brunette hrJnI She Shl wore WO a black jacketbUck jacket lkftI arketblack I
bUck ImCk skirt krl silk IUk underskirt and H shirt shirtwaist ahirtwaist hlrtwat ¬
I waist In a leather purse pl found rOlln in I hex hexpocket he hepocket I
pocket rk1 there Itrr wa w a k I key y and K f IA cents nt but butnothing hl hiltnothing I
nothing nothlnl which might lead Ial to ascertain ascertaining 1rtJm 1rtJmI ¬
I log In < her Identity Idnty The Th body b was Wi taken takento Ikn I Ito
to the th morgue morgueMAIL mont mont1U morgueItlt
MAIL 1U l HOtSK 10lU non OLY OLYew n nI flY flY4ew
I 4ew ew r Plan Pln to llelhrr Letter IAtrl In Title TitleAlanc lt ItIes ItIesMane
Mane Alant Where bfl Receptacle Rfttaft Sea re Prodded ProddedWjmuxoTi relr ProiltlrdWiuiotsx I
I WjmuxoTi WAlUIOfor Mar laY 9If If I a HU 11 that was wasreported wurrrort waareported
reported rrrort favorably today toay by the th Senate SenateCommit nate I Iomnmlttese
Commit Cnmmltf omnmlttese on o Post POt Officeand Omlad Post POt Road RI RIbm Itoadabecomes I Ibecome
become bm a Ala law the delivery of mail mAi by bycity I Icity I
city Mt letter tlr carriers Nrir will wi only Ml be maria mA at atuch atsuch t tauch
such residence and ad pUcoa of biulneu biulneua hual hualpTi
a an provide pTi IC at t the tb door do d r ora or entrance ftrant entrancereceptacles I Ireceptacle I
receptacle fpA for ro It irs deposit dfflt dffltIn depositIn I IIn
In reporting the tb bill bl favorably ravora the tl com commlttee cornmittee m
mlttee mlte tranimltted trmltf to the Senate ate a letter letterfrom tr trfroU J
from froU PoatmosterGeneral PothArOral Hltehcook Iterk In Inwhich Inwhlr inwhich
which whlr be b said it I its enactment lamfnt would woul not notonly notonly
a no
only result ult In an Important saving in inthe j jthn i ith
the th coat 0 of city cty delivery d1t1 but h would woul make mkethe makethe I Ithe
the service Ile more efficient rmcft hy h rea re4t reason on of ofI ofepoedier a aspeedier
speedier I her delivery dfJ of the th mall ml mailThe i iThe
The PostmasterGeneral Mid In thIs thIsletter
T POtmlttrtral I If i iletter I
letter Itter the thl average anrAI wait wat by city ty letter lettercarrien IurCf letterearner
earner at A eanh IM place of delivery dlYP i la fifteen fifteenIsecond Rtf fifteenecondq
second Cf and a that bt the t h Joso 700 cwrrcen 11 would wotiMsave woul wouldMY
save 1 an AP hour hJr and a a alr hat each N iverr work working workIfl workleg ¬
leg day 1 aa the t resiHt tt of the th enactnent enactnentof elot
of thU tll law lawMr kwuc w wM
Mr Ukabeock k ffgwM IIIM guaee that the th measure measuref 1
M
V f put Into M0 operation Otl would 01 reduee 1 the theeet thee thelost
lost e annually annuallyT t of ohy e l delivery dlw several I million mini doHiar d doMarannually I
T 8 an V IKBlTI 111TI ff serjaMid I
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I PRESIDENT PRESIENT TAFT IN PERIL PERILKxrnrss PERILFXPFS PERILEXPRESS
EXPRESS FXPFS Truv AtinoirLV XARROWLYiiissti AtinoirLVMISUKS AnnaILJ
MISUKS 11 U HIS iS MTO UT IX 1 PAiSAIC PAiSAICl P4 sII I IPri
l Pri Part rt I f the Erort Had lad Crossed CrOi the Track Trarknd Tuk I Iand Iand
and nd Part Pri Halted latld Jail lt a al the te Train TrainRhst Ti Tifbal Trainghot i I
Rhst fbal nyTnne e In the tb Track Trk and andClirm aDdI aDdUlt amidbeers
beers Ult of o the tte Its Crowd CreW the tt Cause CaunrPAMatr Cal CalrIAtt CausePtaaaie
PAMatr rIAtt N J iUy 1J Presldent tPlldfnt tPlldfntTatll 9PrseldentTafts PresldentTaft
Taft Tatll a automobile Automohl w we nearly struck ItrCk by byweatbotmd bya y ywltblmd
a weatbotmd wltblmd Erin express lpl train at the thnAycrigg th thCI thekycriU
Aycrigg CI avenue AvrUA crossing rlnl at LOG O tonight tonightThe tnnigt tonIghtThe
The > President Prdent wa being eln < escorted Hrfd to the thnhomn Ih IhhomA thehome
home of Victor U I Mason M saaon In Aycrigg Aycriggnvenue ArcrCR ArcrCRyml Aycrlggavenue
avenue yml where he w w waa j to sIrens dl for the thebanquet thenqut thebanquet
banquet nqut of the thf Plo Board Dn of o Trade TradePart Tre TreIr TradePart
Part Ir of hi his escort Ir got ct across Ar the track trackahead trck trckar trackahead
ahead ar of the train trD hut part pr had h to fall fallhack t1 fallhack
hack hJ In disorder dlrer on oe one of th the members membenbeing memb1 memb1bnl membersbeing
being bnl thrown thrownTree thr thrownTrees
Tree T and a a euro CI In the tb road r pre prevented I pievented ¬
vented ntf th the engineer cnMr of the train from fromseeing rromInl fromteeing
seeing Inl the procession until uti within wthn a hun hundm bu budr hundred
dm dr f feet t of th the crossing crllg and ad the te cheer cheenof Cht Chtof cheerof
of the epator pttaton kept them from lrm bearing bearingthn btrl btrlthA
the eiprea eipreaWilliam expreVsilliam Ip IpWila
William Wila Hendry Hed chief chf and a delegation delegationof
of the th Paaaalo 110 j police licn force rorr in I an n auto automobile auto automobif automobile
mobile mobif a squad au of flve fve mounted mountf police policeCol rolr rolrCot pohicCol
Col Cot Edwin Edwn W Hlne hlineof lor of the Fifth Regiment RegimentN Rlmnt RlmntO
N G K J and ad part p of hi hi his staff It mounted mountedgot moute mouteRt
got Rt across Ar th t the track trk but the larger l < er part partof par parof
of the staff ta ran abruptly abuptly halted halt by the theappearance thear theappearance
appearance ar ara or the Ih expre Th Te Presi President1 PI PIdnt Presldent ¬
dent automobile utmohl wa WA surrounded urlndf by byCol byCol
Col Hines Onel staff ata and the I expreeaithotby expreeaithotbyonly IPle ot by byoly
only twenty feet from hU bi auto autoThe aut autoThe
The T section aloll of the tata taff halted tlf backed backedsharply blle blleArly backedaharply
sharply Arly Th T The horse hrM of o one on of the rider riderplungnl rldfrarhUIi ridersphimget
plungnl rhUIi suddenly audlnly and the th officer oml wa wathrown wuthrow wasthrown
thrown throw to I the th ground < und He le wan WI not hurt hurthowever hlrthOIT hurthowever
however howeverPresident hOIT howeverPresident
hOITPldet President Taft ft blandly smiled when the thecrossing thecrosatng
Pldet Tar bldly mlt wM t ttrlnl
crossing trlnl wa w cleared dMrw and the procession processionstarted r proceasionatartwl lo loat
started at In the car with him at the time timnwere tlmWt timewere
were Wt Victor Ilor L Mason president of the thePaaaaio thePUalo thePassaic
Paaaaio PUalo Board B of Trade Capt Cap Archibald ArchibaldButt Arllbld ArllbldDutt
Butt aide aldt to the tt President PldMt Lucien LUf C CWheeler CWheeler
Wheeler 1 and James Jam Sloane Slo secret Nf service servicemen servicemen nlC nlCmt
men mt from Washington WashingtonrKvrn4fc Wuhlncon Wuhlncon1FTn WashingtonCJVXTR4
rKvrn4fc 1FTn I EMPLOYERS F EIIPLO POIrFS EES RIOT RIOTItsllsni RIOTItalian IT ITIalan
Italian Ialan Who lD Want nt More ol Pay r Make Tree Trooble Tn TnbtPel1 Treebie
ble btPel1 Psllre nUlrtnl liuardtng u rdlng Tracks TrarkiThn Trl TrlTe TracksThe
The Te Italian ltalall employed by the New NewYork Se Seork ew ewYork
York ork Central became bme demonstratIve dflmnlttTe yes yesterday 1 ye yeterdy ¬
terday tlry In their teir attempt to get the th com company em empy cornpasty ¬
pasty to t raise rl the wage wlgN of some 8m of It Itmen its ItAmfOn itsmen
py men A riot rot in which 800 iO ttriken lulir and andabout andabt andabout
about abt 900 0 Xl sympathIzers aypthZ took tk part prt prtnpp wa wanipped wan wannip
nipped npp nip by the Ue police rlO In the Melrose Ielr yard yardyesterday yr yardyesterday
yesterday 1NtnY afternoon afternoonThe atmo
The T strikes Itrbr attacked attof some 8m men I who whowere whoere whowere
were ere working Woll on a freight rrfbt oar Or The Te re reserve r rIIN iiserves ¬
serve IIN from rrm th the Mflrosn tlrll MaUon were werecalled wtremllfd werecaIled
called out and an they tltY fought rOlaht the crowd crowdand cd cdand crowdand
and boat b1 them Seven Rnral shot ho were tre fired firedbut tr tiredhut
but nobody nya wa was hit Two of 0 the te Italian Italianwere ltalt Italianwere
were r arrested arHl1 and Ind fined fot II I 5 each b In the theMorrisania te telurhn theMurtiannia
Morrisania lurhn court courtThere ort ortT courtThere
There T were several Jral instances InatanC of stone itonnthrowing mnflhroina stonethrowing
throwing hroina that ht the police rlO were 11 called t1f to tocheek todlHk tocheek
cheek At tenth Ifh street trlt and Park l > rk avenue avenuethe avenuethe nnuflIhe
the triken threw thtw rocks rk at a Pullman Pullmantrain Pullmantrain lmn lmntrn
train trn None 0 one of the th passengers plln was waastruck Wa Waarek wasatruek
struck arek although Alholh several nrl window were werebroken Wt Wthrkf wereltDkCfi
broken brokenInspector hrkf ltDkCfiInspector
Inspector In Jor Flood t0d stationed ltonl twentyfive twentyfivepoHcemen tWfntyfye tWfntyfyepln twentyfivepolicemen
policemen In the thl Melrose 1lro yard Ylr last Jt night nightwith nlh nightwith
with pln wih orders ort1 to watch all bridge hrdg and to todnvo todr todciv
dnvo dr the tb strikers trktrll away awa if they ty attempted attemptedto atttmptt
to 0 enter e r the yard ard Several Svml bicycle bcce police plr ¬
110 men redo rol along a I It the track trck during durog th thnight the thenlht thenight
night nlht Fifteen nrtn men IA from rrm the tht Alexander Alexanderavenue Alexanderavettile ulr ulrI
I avenue aVel staUon went fO assigned 1llnl to the theMott theIot timeMolt
Molt Iot Haven lann y yard rd at Irtth I lth street Ito and Park Parkavenue Parka Parkavenuw
avenue avenueAn a avenuwAn Vtl Vtln
An n official onl of the h New S York or Central Centnlsaid rntrali Centralsaid
said i that llt the trouble lrhl was caused C11 by the thoItalian th thltl theItalian
Italian ltl recently rIU employed mployt demanding demandingtl dmldinIt1 <
tl It1 slis a day dy when they ty ought to receive receivaonly receiveonly T
only 011 It 110 iG SO for the t first ft few week wfk The Thepolice Te TeplO Thepolice
police will wi stay ty on the Job Jb until the row rowha rw rwI rowhas
plO
ha I been tn settler settlerTripoli eetthetAIIERI4 nld nld4tlFn
AIIERI4 4tlFn IITT t1tTPIT 1InnFn 1InnFnTrllMI IlOflflEfl IlOflflEflTripoli
Tripoli TrllMI lulhorltlct uhorl Obliged Jblcrd by th the I tunlal M MIuniol iSunul
Iuniol I ta ApoloRle ApoloRleff ApoInileespeuJ ploll plollr
speuJ r ff Me tt rutftft ota it 1 Tn TnI cx cxIXWDOX M ceL4nDox
IXWDOX IJO May fyl 9 Advice ArtvlC from Tripoli TripoliMy Trrol
My M y that an n American artist of the th name nameof nmAor tiameof
of Johnson who bo has h been bn painting intnR atrrvt atrrvtscenes atreetacerise
scenes 1n there b wa Attacked ntlrkld last Jlt Thursday Thursdayby
by h a 1 street al t crowd cwd and the th police pnl and andconsular and10uli andcotumiitsr
consular 10uli dromlnA dragoman tried trM to protect protecthim rrtf protecthIm
him They TtY too 0 were Ixvifn hut Johnson Johnsonwas Jnhnln JnhnlnI
I was U at L Lit tact t got Iot to a 1 police mlr station aton where wherehe
I he wa wa released releasedThn rla rlaI releneedThe
I The Th American mrim Consul Colul demanded dfnltf im imtnedUtn 1mtNlt iminedlate
tnedUtn tNlt reparation prtlon which was a granted grantedTwo Itrtfft ItrtfftTwo grantedTwo
Two policemen rolcffifn were Wt publicly puhlcr degraded degradedand dfOmf
and an the th leader Iara of the h mob were severely severelypunished severev severevpunished I Ipula
punished pula The Tfl chief of pollen lt officially officiallyapoligited omcl ofllciallyapoligired
apoligited arllllf to the Consul ConsulIMVEVS CoIl1 CoIl1111ES ConsulllA3EX
IMVEVS 111ES AXD IND4LDI1IDGE ALDRIDGE uonlHf FVXOS FVXOSnhere nnsfbre FtV PS PSlShsfe
nhere fbre the th Henry eff Came Vrom om I te Make Makethe Makethe ake akeI
I the th rancrrs Cone Campaign CampaignRocitHTrn Camp CampaignRocurrrn P PRofmrn
RocitHTrn Rofmrn May ar I a Campaign amal state statemenu A Amfn statmenta
menu mfn have hatf been bn filed nle by b both th parties prtN with withthe withthe Itb I
I the th Secretary 1ftta of Stale ft The Democrats Democratsreceived Dmna DmnaI Democratsreceived
I received contributions 01 01S
cnr nlonmountnlt amounting to toH tolPM
S lPM H U In aid al t of the th election I ton of James JAin S SHaven HJavrn 14havens
Haven Javrn as mmb mmbror memberof r of Congressall onlall of which whichwas whichwas I ItPIINt
was expended tPIINt Beside Id thi this there are arebll tl arebiilaofmnorethait
bll bia biilaofmnorethait I of more than th 1300 remaining rrmanlnK unpaid unpaidThn unpaIdThe
The Democratic mnto State Htat Ixntgue lle upd updThA contrib contributed rtrh rtrh1d conttjhtiled ¬
tiled 1d 13100 IO and a the National atnn1 congres congressional congreeatonal ¬
atonal committee emmittl put Iut In laflno IO Inl Herman HermanHidder Im HernianHumliler
Hidder fhllr contributed rotrbu1 txn n and n William Wilam K KSheehan tthffhn It4tieetuan
Sheehan thffhn gave a like Ik amount State H Com Commltleeman Co Cornmitteetnan
mltleeman ml ulan Thomas Thoml W Flnucann tnuen put in inK InSYt int
K SYt vm t Mr Ir Haven Hnl himself gave KIe unr unrThn U I IThe
The Th Republican Ruble general Ifnera committee committeestatement rmltta rmlttaIItmfnt committeestatement I
statement show Moa that SAS73 lsn was I expended expendedIn npl tMI tMIIn <
In the th effort eort to elect t1f George W V Aldridge Aldridgeto ddge ddgeto
to Congress lonVH Practically PcU all al of It came camefrom eme emerrom camefrom
from local l source tur The largest laratt sum wa walloon wu wuSUJIrom wasSIfl
lloon SUJIrom from the th candidate endldte himself him Three Threeofficeholders 1 lhreetilllcehoklet
officeholders mhkfn put in SMn I Vocesch each Nb Them Tf were wereno wereno
no J other oth l lar large rp > individual 11ldlial contribution contributionSTOLE rntribtlo rntribtlonOF contributionsSTOIE
STOLE nOF PIPES rPE tVl PICTURES PICTURESThletr PlnlnE PlnlnETlt lWTURESThiete
Thletr Tlt I Crt st Into Home le lieu riMrit nr tee te the Ihnflommrr theRumnser heamnl
flommrr flommrrW amnl amnlBurw
W B Burrow Burw went to East F At Orange OrangeN Orae OraeS
N J J a I afewdaysagnaml few r days da ago and 1 left J1 his hi hi town townhouse tonhfl townhoiuu
house hfl at in Cast Et Thirtieth Tlrlth Tlilrtiathstreet atreet hoirded r I Ittp I Ili Iup
ttp li fast 11 right rlh the t neighbor n hbl thought thoughtthey tloightthey
they heart noUen nln In th the < k kM kmed nd house 101 tOlat tOlatty ant amia alt altiei antaeI
a aeI iei e 1 t t the > e ll potion of the te ftut E ut ThirtyIKlh ThirtyIKlhutreet TllryMth TllryMthIf
utreet station Itt a to Investigate InTflIIUe investigateA I IA
If
A policeman found fel d a pile pi of o lead 1 plumb plumbIRj plumbleg 1 1ing I
leg p pipe in li Ihe front rmt hall hM and all over overthn 0 overthe
IRj t n al
the 1 house lr hn h diseevesnd dMv wreekage wlp wlpy caused causedby I
by y the 1 wrenching i out o of the l pipe In IP i iIke I Ile ithe
the le hall hll balloix on O the > third thi floor f there th are I hung himaa j ja
a number Df of f pl Minting kmM by b b JFteaeh lf hU11 and andSpanish a andSpankt
Spanish artist a and liter 1 wa w a Me tC ftp ftphi ap aplit p pt
hi t the te row rw which wl would wJ seeM to Indicate indktthat Ind Indt Indicatethat
that t the tntruOeri Itl bad deert d d plumbliig pitanbiagfefN
f1 fefN pC pCf1
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I COXXAVCHT 10ucIr FOR FORKIng C CNAOt CNAOtI AX AD A Ai
I i KIng Hbal1Ahnlr Edward I rther rothf Likely Url t te oeeeed Inefl IneflErl IneccedEarl oeeeedI
I KarlCreyOvrrnt Erl Earl Gn Gray I sGoittnotOflttltl sGoittnotOflttltltrddl nonretnrl nonretnrlI Orneral OrneralI
I srt Jvnal CsM eb ne PeSOI15 > pc so It 11 TBI 11 Sni SniI 3M ccxLornoN
I IXITDOX May 3r I ime Thn T Daily i Kxprtit Kxprtitl EzpnIt zprua zpruais
It l is authority uthoty for the statement tatet that Earl EarlGrey E EarlGrey
Grey Or will wi be b succeeded I aa Governor Oo OoI GovernorGeneral
I General Gfr of Canada ca by I th the Duke Duk of Con Connaught Co CoI Connatight
I naught nalgh brother brhfl of the th late King K Edward EdwardIt Ed
It U f added ddtl that tht It I wa the particularwish ploular ploularwlh particular
Duke should shouldtake Mouldlke shouldtake
wish of Edward Ent that tht ha Dkf
take lke the th position ption and a the Government Governmentagreed Gfment Gfmental Governmentagreed
agreed al to appoint him himAccording hm hmAOnlnR himAccording
According AOnlnR to the BtprtM B It U I unlikely unlikelythat ult unlikelythat
that there tbt will wl be b any change ehc In the pro programme p prograxnm
gramme Im and ad It believe hlN the th announce announcement annouM annouMmfnt announcemacnt ¬
ment of the tb appointment arlntrnt will wU b M mad madshortly mae maehorly madeshortly
shortly shortlyIf horly horlyI
If I the th prediction rrlctt prove prt true tr It will wl be bethe b bethe
the first 1 time tme In hUtory bt for a royal ra Prince Princnto Pnc Pncto
to govern IOfOm an oversea ovtna dominion dmlnn of Ore OreBritain Ort OrtBrtn Great GreatBritain
Britain Britain0fV Brtn BritainIOIIN
0fV 101 It FAROE FAnOE WEAKER WEAKERHU IF4KEn IF4KEnUIUtart WE41ERlilsileart
HU UIUtart lilsileart Heart Doe Mot nt Respond RHp toflllinnlanl toflllinnlanlam tDltmalal tDltmalaln
am n Ill Il Cemtlllan Coiton U Grave GraveJohn GrneJoh GraveJohn
John Joh IJi I Fargo arl the t artist al who bo wa wataken warntaken u utaen
taken taen loth to the Hahnemann Haman Hospital loplt1 on t May MaySsuffering C 3 3Buffering
Buffering ulrng from fom a genera Inr general breakdown breakdownfailed brrkdonrak breakdownfailed
failed rak considerably cnlldtIbly yesterday and ad hi hicondition his bllecto hiscondition
condition ecto was serious lriOI Mr Ir La L Fargo Fargeheart FarK1 Fargoheart
heart U I not responding rrNlnt well I to t stimulant stimulantsand a aand aand
and hi h his age I tell tfll agalnit ahut him hm When Wbn be bewaa b bewas
was taken tan ill it l was aa said ad that he had ba been beenvery bn bnvr beenei7
much exhausted b hi his work ork
very vr fshaultl by ha on a abook ak ahook
book k that he h was writing writng which whc was 11 to toembody tofmby toembody
embody fmby this t tory of hi his career clr at a an anartist anartllt anartist
artist him Dr A H I Blngbam Bn < bam U I attending attendinghim attfndc attfndcbim
5VOH SOfrSTORIIc UanTOn11 A7OWVS IX 1 FRAXCE FRAXCERreal FnfEenat FR45CEGreat
Great Damage Dma Caturd atf and an Crop Cro Flared Flaredm Man
m I Peril rrl by b tcld old spelt HprllAprrtnl spelt3pecfaJ I Ird
Aprrtnl rd Cattt CIN Unpaid IU1 It I Till Suit SuitPint S SuxPants
Pint r Ut May AY tA 5 A severe tV cold eld spell p1I p1Iawpln Is Issweeping Issweeping
sweeping over France FranceHeavy Franceheavy rc
Heavy 11 snowstorm n01toa are a reported reportedthroughout rpr reportedthroughout
throughout throu < hout the te country cnt accompanied empif by bythunderstorm b bth bythunderstorms
thunderstorm th uft Great 0 r t property prpy damage damagehaa dnt <
haa b ha been n done dOMnd and many mn cattle ctte have ha died diedThe dl diedlhe
The spring seriously menaced menacedAROtM menacedAROIXJ
Te crop eror are Irlouly mtno mtnoAno
AROtM Ano WORLD TO SELL AEItOS AEItOSST ATnOJ ATnOJIn
ST r and Mn In Alexander Graham Grm Dell Dl t tAccompany Ie IeCDIp tocrenspaay
Accompany CDIp V I IT lUldwtn lUldwtnDr aldwbaD
Dr D and nd Mn tlr Alexander Graham Orham Bell Bellof B1 Bellof
of 0 Washington ulojtn D C arrived arhf In New NewYork SewYor ew ewYoric
York Yor yesterday 1t rY en route rout to Vancouver VancouverB outr outrC
B C whence whtne they thtYII sail May 31 20 for a trip triparound tp tparud triparound
around arud the tA world worl They 111 will wl h b be accom accompanied aom aomJ1t acoompanted ¬
panted J1t by F W Baldwin ldwn of 0 the Canadian CanadianAerodrome Ci CiI CanadianAerodrome
Aerodrome Mrrme Company Compny whose wbM object obJf is isto lato isto
I to Interest foreign rOIIr countries eutN In the Cana Canadain CAn Canaslain
slain < ln aeropUne rlne product productDr
Dr D Bell l who puc wa w head hN of 0 the te Aerial AerialExperiment Aml Amlr1 AerialExperiment
Experiment r1 rlmnt AssocUtion laton now disbanded disbandedha dlne
ha b given gyf the te ue of hi hIs laboratory lbrto at atUaddeck atDddNI atfladdeek
Uaddeck DddNI Nova Soa Scotia Stl to t the te Canadian CanadianAerodrome Cnn CnnAerre CanadianAerndrimue
Aerodrome Aerre Company Comp Four Fou type t of ofmaohlne ormelN ofmachine
machine melN are ar being bnc constructed ellltc there thereDr tt thereDr
Dr D Bell Bl U I still atl Interested Inme In perfecting perfectinghi Jrenl Jrenlhla
hi hla kite kie Invention Invfton embodying mby < both bt hori horizcntal ho boilzontal
zcntal Itl and arl oblique olql surface urr He believe believethis blt1 blt1thll believesthis
this will wl be b one of the ucoeful ecul ma machine m mcbln machInes ¬
chine of the future futureThe rutrt rutrtTe futureThe
The Te Aerial Arl Experiment Exprrmtnt Association Associationwhich ANltlon ANltlonwblc Arsoclatlonwhich
which was in existence for about a
wblc Wa flatenc ro year yearwas yrwl yearwas
was wl originated or tnt at the th suggestIon of Mn MnBell MrBell 1 1Bl
Bell Bl who spent Ipnt nearly 30000 0 In advanc advancing advanoing dvoo ¬
ing inl the th silence silenceTOTTOV alnr alnrIOTTO edeneecoTTO
TOTTOV IOTTO POOL raO IXQIinV 1OfII OV OVnrpretrntatlir a aRrlfntthtl OVIkprruntsths
nrpretrntatlir Rrlfntthtl of 0 Four New e ew York orl Firm FlrraiRespond FlrmlRHPD Firmflpond
Respond RHPD < le Hubpvna HubpvnaThat NUbJa NUbJaTt NubpsrnarnThat
That Tt the thf Federal Fert Or hand and Jury ha h han taken takenup tAkl tAklP takenlip
up P In earnest ant the th investigation Invttpatlon of the thealleged th thallC thealleged
alleged allC cotton ctton pool pl wan made md evident evidentyesterday evidentyruterday rn rny
yesterday y tfrday by b the th appearance appranc before Irc it I
tn response rpn to subpnnos ubpnu of represents representativm rlpl a athl
tivm thl of the th following rollwing firms fra of this the city cityCarpenter cty ctylrhr citytarpentr
A Co William Williamstreet Vu1liamstreet
Carpenter lrhr Baggot naIOI 10 21 WIlam
I street t J S Bach lilh A I Co 12 1 Broadway BroadwayArthur BroadwayArthur y ythur
Arthur thur Iipp 1lllr l4pper < r I 1 Co 10 ro 0 New street It and andHenry andIlfn andHenry
Henry Henti Ifnlz I Co 22 William Wiiam street streetW tr trW
Ilfn W v P Drown of the tb named
IroW one O men nam namI as asa a aII
a I defnadant drldat In the th original orignl complaint compUintalso cmplint cmplinta
also a res responded > onditd l to a subpoena subpoenaSone Iubpna Iubpnao sub jxvna jxvnaone
Sone o one of the th witnesses itn wa W examined examinedyesterday examinedyesterday Iminet IminetYNtla
yesterday so far r a U could IM ti learned INme but butit
it U f understood Imdto that th Clark McKereher McKereherthe lcKfrer lcKfrerte
the arranged ached schedule achedule
te special lil prosecutor al a ahf ¬
ule Ile with wh them providing for ro their tllr ap appearance r p ppearautee ¬
pearance pranC a wanted I wante from time Iml to time timeFMLE tme tmeFlmr timeEIGlE
FMLE Flmr ATTACKS ITT1 A 4 VAX VAXForces 11 11Fort 1115Forces
Forces Fort Forest Ranger Ranf to Abandon Abno Hone Honeand 10 10and blotseand
and Sack lk shelter ltlfl In llrutti llruttiBUIXA flrtsshflraxt rh rhanu
BUIXA Vim nlT Col nl ni May I a Yesterday Yeaterdayafternoon Yesterdayafternoon Ntrar Ntrar1tmon
afternoon 1tmon while whl J K t Mirtln rtln a forest forestranger rOlt rOltrlr forestranger
ranger rlr was wal riding rdinl down dow the th mountain mountainside mountin mountinIld mountainmuds
side Ild west of Buena ni VistAon IIII on hi hia way to the thecity th thely thecity
city ely he was wuAtwk attacked by h an In eagle Mlle which whichfought whichtough whichfought
tough fought him with wlh such luh vigor that tht hn h wa wacompelled WMcmptlf wscompelled
compelled cmptlf to abandon abdon his hi hone hoC and seek seekfafety seekasfety k krt
fafety rt In a brush brl h pi pile I In Th The bird hin stood stoodgunrd Itn atn4xjguard
guard fm holding him n prisoner rrlr until uti after afterdark afterdark
dark darkThe dArkThf I
The bird finally fAI grew Iw tired UI and It gave laA up upit II upits
it It its watch watth and an allowed alo the tbl bleeding man manto n manto
to t return to the th city cityTAVXAXY cityT4M1I4XY 1 1TIIT
TAVXAXY TIIT HI lIEN EX 1 IT LAW LAWOne IAI IAIOn LAIrOne
One Didnt Dtdt flaIl Dal Out the te Other and They TheyHad Tt Ttla 1hiyhad
Had la a Fight FightSupreme nahlupm Fighti
Supreme i ¼ upm prme Court rOlr Justice Jltl Ford For and a aury aJur ajury
I Idaml
Jur jury ury tried trlf yesterday Hlny a cult for KSOOrt KSOOrtdamages IMo 5OG 5OGdamages
damages daml for assault lault and battery httr brought broughtI brucbt brucbth
I by h William Wlllin Horsn lorlln against Ilnlt Patrick A AWilson AUln AWilnn
Wilson Uln a Tammany Tammy district dietrt captain In Inthe II Inthe
the th Eighteenth Ellhnh Assembly lm district dltrlt under underLeader und undLader underLeader
Leader Lader Ban Br Dunn Dnn Moran 10ran Inclined tt that thath UIAthe thathe
h he had been n arrested artf and a that tt because becauseof lu luo
of o the failure llu of Wilson WI to come cm around aroundand arlnd arlndand aroundand
and bail bil him out he bad h to stay t In I jail jailHe Jai jailHe
He Je met Wilson IIn in a saloon Mlon and took tok him himto himto himto
to task k for hi h his negligence whereupon whereuponWilson whereuponIIIon herrn herrnIln
Wilson Iln knocked InokM him down and kicked kickedhim klckt kickedhIm
him in I the eye Yt he said li Wilson Wlln uld saidHoran uldloran uldHoran
Horan loran hit him first lraL The Th case c was u not notfinished notfn notfinished
finished finishedBO finishedBOY d dBal
fn
BO KILLED IIUEO DY THIRD Tlinn RAIL RAILStepped nUIItf flAIrNtep
Stepped Itf Ntep on o It I Mhlle M hit Trtnt T tnl I to fleecier Rreoirrnail RH fleeciera
a nail nll From the Track TrarkA
A number nu r of small amll boy b were tre playing pUylngbaselwll plylnK plylnKbhalin playingbaseball
baseball bhalin In a I lot at D Dn Dean n street and an Frank Franklin Frl ¬
bin Brooklyn after afternoon afternoon
avenue atnut Brokln yesterday tay atr atrno ¬
noon no One Olt of the boy oy batted bttf the th hall hallonto 131onto I
I onto the elevated track tch of the Brighton BrightonEeaeh BrightonFeseb labtoll
Eeaeh le line und Inr nineyearold Eugene EugennSUher EUI EUIILbtr EugeneMaher
Maher ILbtr of 103 10 Pacific racfc street went nt after alr it itThn itTh
Thn n boy oy In reaching rcll for the th ball hletppd hletppdo stepped steppedon I
on o 0 the II third rail rai He le screamed lalf and andFireman andFireman
Fireman lm John Joa Mulhooaey of o Engine EngineImnfMny E EngineilInpdny an le lel
ImnfMny l IY eo a dragged him hi from rr the tle track trackbut trackaI tracksbut <
I but before ro a doctor deor arrived arTf from rro St StJohn 8tI 85Jaihas
I John JMnI Hospital 11 he was WJII dead deadWtstMMln IMI IMII deadWkcaeetn
I WtstMMln lol WantTax f Tx en o Harrtman Hm flints EateteMADWOM flintsMniot 1 1I
MADWOM AD WU May 7 9 A C TH THAaeUtaat Tf fltern flternAselsiaM
I AaeUtaat Hut m AttorneyGeneral AtteyI wwu wwuto weatto I Ito
to X ew w York ok to day dt dayto to demand d tMAjetw tMAjetwyWUooBsin siesmes
yWUooBsin flanlsa s Wliieoasas m NIall I hahonuaee Itn Uu s M MM 1 t KM E k X Xflanlsa I Im
F I L
TWO MURDERED MUDBRD IN INHIS HIS IS HOOSE HOOSEWHILE HOOSETHILE HOUSEIV171L1
WHILE THILE DR CANNON WAS TAJ our ourOV OUTOx
OV 0 PROFESSIONAL rnOFESSlAL CALLS CALLSThe CALL CALLTe CALLSThe
The Te Old Housekeeper DotkHr diet IDI In I the tle Parlor Prlo Parlorsthe 1 1Ihe i ithe
the New Nn Xltntra nl Dntler Dat In the Bate D lIslemeatflesh i imentDoth ImfIDotl
mentDoth mfIDotl DeatraMeney DelfIIt and Jw JewelrfIastngPlIeoLayft e 11 11If 1 1rlryMlntngFclleeLaylttaBnriUri
rlryMlntngFclleeLaylttaBnriUri elrfIastngPlIeoLayft It 10 flnrlar4 flnrlar4Miss i iMia
If IUmllPelt L
Mia DM Margaret tJpt Meehner who had ba been beenhousekeeper b beenhousekeeper Ii
housekeeper In the home nf Dr D Mot D Drannon DCannon i iCannon
Cannon hOkffp at lit lt Went I22d street Illt for forty 10 fortyyears j jear I Iyear
year ear and William WIlam Berman ml a Hindu who whowent J Jwent J Jtint
went tint to work on Saturday as butler butlerwere I Iwere 11 11wlound
were wlound found badly beaten and shot to death deathIn
In the th house late yesterday afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen 1 1whfll
when Dr Cannon returned from making makingcall rnaldlltlllItI makingcalls
call About A KOo fl0 wa missing from fromdresser a adreasser I Idr
dresser in Dr Cannon room From th thfacts the thefacts 1 1fetA
facts at hand U lat t night th the police con ooncludfd coneluded i ieluded
eluded that the housekeeper and butler butlehad butlerhad i ibad
had been n killed by b burglar burglarMia burglar3lttsis 1 1i
i Mia Meehner I hnfr who was all 10 9 yean old oldand oldand I II
and frail wn was found lying in the front frontparlor froncparlor frontparlor
I parlor She had been n shot through th thmouth the themouth
mouth the bullet splitting her falce teeth tthaad teethand i iand
1 and finally ftnall falling to the floor near where whenihe whereIlhe whereshe
Ilhe she lay One of her eye wa discolored discoloredand dlacoioredI I
I and a deep wound In the back of her head headappeared headlarfMr headappeared
appeared to involve a fracture of th thkull lbi the theskull
i skull The furniture and other article articlein
in the room on the floor where ho Uy tarIIHmed layiseemed Uyeemed
eemed to be In perfect order om There Therwa Th Thwa Therewad
e
wa wad every indication that in she hid hidw ben benkilled beenhilled
killed where w she ahela ahelaemnl Uy Uyfireman layfireman1
1 1Iide
fireman emnl the butler we was lying just In laide inside
side the door leading from the basement basementtothettreet basementtOthestifltt j jtotheat
tothettreet totheat There ThtrewtrealKdfCIpwounda were woreslxdespwouadson aiK deep wound woundon t ton
on hi his head two of which appeared to b bbullet bt bebullet 1 1bullet
bullet hole One waa beside the right righttemple Tighttemple I Itemple
temple and nd the other behind the right rightear
ear Two of the other wound which whichwere whle4were j
were such a as might have been mad madby madebyin by byan 1 1an
an Iron bar were on the right aid of his hishead hi hihfOad hIshead
head and two 0 were on his fonhetdEvidently fonhetd forehedEvidently j
Evidently he also had fallen where La hewu wsi wsihot i ishot J Jhot
hot hotBeaide hotfl Beside fl ld8 Beeman lay Dr Cannon re revolver re tovolver ¬ 1 1vnlTer
volver which ha bad been kept In an un unlocked anlocked ¬ il illockld
locked drawer of hU dreatwr Three Thrmrartldge ThreItanlltltH Threeeartidge
rartldge had been exploded d Dr Cannon Cannonold CannOl1uJd Cannonaaid
old the th pistol had not been fired before beforein J
in ten yean tana The pistol U of a 31 th thsame t the thesame be i iIIImfl
same calibre AU a U the tb bullet found beside beldaMis bMldeUM t tMi
Mis Mi UM Meehner None ofthe of the mining < money moneynortheiix moneynor I Inor
northeiix nor tbe1x the aix stickpin which were missing mUttngfrom mlalloarrom missingfrom
from Dr Cannon IInooa room were found foundin
in the Hindu pocket pocketPolice pocketaPolice pocketPolice
Police Inspector Huiwey Capt Carey Careyof
of Police Headquarter and Capt pt Kuhoo Kuhooof
or the Harlem detective detect I bureau thought thoughtthe thouchthe
the indication pointed to burglar burclanu burclanu800ft w wsoon
soon aa the extent of the Injuries of the thadead Iliadtad thedead
dead persona were noted and an this thisI im impression Inpreulon ¬
I preulon was strengthened d when they theyfound thqlound theyfound
found doubled up in a room on the top topfloor topfloor j jfloor
floor an early sri edition of cm afternoon afternoonpaper afternoonpaper I Ipaper
paper which looked a aa If a jimjny might mighthave mlChbave mighthave
have been wrapped up In It Dr Cannon Cannonwa
wa lure that no member of the house household hoU118hold household ¬
hold had brought that particular news newspaper newaplrer newspaper ¬
paper In No o evidence of the use of oCJimmy A ajimmy
jimmy for the purpose of getting into th thhousn the thehoUllfl thehouse
house warn 11 found but force had been ud udto ueedtoorm
to toorm open a drawer drawllroltbe of th the physician phyaieiaadneser phyaieiaadneserfrom drr r rfrom rlrom
from which Sim wa w taken The other otherloflwsataken
1100 loflwsataken waa taken from fromaminiaturegnastoca fromaminiaturegnastocawhIch a miniature gaaitov gaaitovwhich guatawhlcb
which WM used a u a bank and stood l oa oaIhe 011he anthe
the dresser dresserDr
Dr Cannon I la a widower hi wife having havingdied hatnKdfld havingdied
died over a year ago afterhaving been < an aninvalid anIntJlld aninvalid
invalid for some yean 00111 Miss 11 Meehner Meehnerhod Ife r rhAd
hAd been her h nurse nu and had been In Dr DrCannon DrCannunl Drtnnons
Cannon s employ lx lafore > for < > hn h wa framed rrarriedThe framedThl trarrirdThe
The other member fll1l > of the th household were
th the h Mis Miasea 11 t Freebornschool toomlI hool tachvriand tachvriandDr
Dr Cannons unmarried sister who ho is isalso isalso
also 110 a school toucher toucherThe tt tiscberThe ll1hrTh >
The Th Cannon house la the moat striking strikingrmidenra strikingrssssadsneo I
rmidenra ktm in the block between ht Lenox Lenoxand Lmloxand Limoxand
and Seventh avenues A VfOl1 UfI which contain the tharesidence thell theresidences
residence ll of many physician It I Ibuilt II IIbuilt Iibuilt
built of Indiana limestone and t tllin ii in great greatcontrast ItfMtItlllt greatcontrast
contrast to the tit other house which are arenearly arenearly re relIarly
nearly all brownstone brown ton houses ho The Can Cannon omnon Cannon ¬
non house is t the th only one 0 In the th block blockwith hlockwith blockwith
with a bay window and would at one oneattract Oll OllILtmct oneS oneSattract
attract the theatttntlon attention nUon of person who were werelooking Wtrelookln Werelooking
looking < for a likely place in which to find findvaluable findaluahl findvaluables
valuable Over the tb parlor on the first firstfloor nrstfloor firstfloor
floor stretched a miniature summer gar garden prdn jarden ¬
den in 00 i which the tb housekeeper had bodlUnted hadplantl badplanted
planted a number of o flower The house houseceeper housekeepers I
keepers ceeper room wa on the upper or third thirdfloor thirdnoor thirdfloor
floor In the th rear and till Miw tll Misses v < Freeborn Freebornoccupied Frtwboruoccupied rorbomoccurlt
occupied i the th front part I Or > r Cannon Cannonroom lAnnonroom Cannonroom
room was in tho rear of n the second II floor floorand floorand floorand
and his hi sister lived in the h front The ThaIjtler Thehutltr Thebutler
butler lived in the tb basement basementDr tsasemcnIr
Dr I r Cannon had a standing order which whichin hlehhI
hI in told the police his housekeeper always alwaysobeened aiwayobaervrtl I
obeened to permit no stranger tran < er to enter enterthe fntertll enterthe
the tll house < in the guise RUI of a patient while whilehn bUe
I
hn h wo 11 was away Hn II had luncheon In th thhouse thhOlla the thehouse
house at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon afternoonwhich alttmoonwhich afternoonwhich
which waa we served IN by both th hOIl housekeeper housekeeperand kHr kHrand
and butler Then he went out to male makomn male80m maltssome
some call and got back at 4IS U P M MHo 1LII MHe
Ho II found t two of hla hi patient John P POwen 1Oen POwen
Owen of II West Sixtieth street and MIte MiMBessie MIteBeanie uBrule
Bessie L I Stuart of 31 West 13It street atrftftringing 1trMrinelnK streetringing
ringing the door bell bellimratlotly Impatiently in their theireffort theirelort theireffort
effort to get nome response JtOro Mis Julia JulUFreebom Ju JuF JuliaFreeborn
Freeborn F om reached there tM at about the aim aimtime aametime asmetime
time and Dr Cannon opened the door doorfor doorror doorfor
for them all allDr allDr allDr
Dr Cannon called both for the house housekeeper hoUHkefptr housekeeper ¬
keeper and for the th butler but got no noresponse DOrtron noresponse
response and nd went Into the parlor Them Themhn
he found the housekeeper lying oa her herback hftb4k herback
back In a JIOOI root of blood He felt her herpulse hftpu herpuiseandrWndthatihewasdead
pulse pu puiseandrWndthatihewasdead and Wand Jnd that she wa 11 dead Then Thenh Thesh
h ran downstairs where hn thought thouahlltmight thoughthmight h hmight
might find the butler and saw bit hi body bodylying bodrlylnR bodylying
lying jut inside the basement door Th Thbutler nblltltor The Thebutler
butler lay on hi his ida and one leg wa wathrown waatbrown awethrown
thrown over the other He also aIMrdMd wa wasdead wadead
rdMd dead deadThn deadThe The phy physicIan lcin telephoned to Pollee PolleHeadquarter PolleeIIealurteTs 1 1lleadlllrt
Headquarter na that two person had been toeamurdered beenmurdered j
i murdered In hU house and the call wu wusent waant witiient
sent nt on to the Harlem Detective Dt teetl Bureauwhlcb Bureauwhich Bureau Bureauwhich
which sent nt Detective McEthagy around aroundBicycle arouactBl1clll aronndBicycle
Bicycle Policeman PolI man White got < at there soon sooaafterward 1008afttfWard soonafterward
afterward While waiting for them Dr DrCannon DrCa DrCannonhad
Cannon Ca Cannonhad non had gone gonstohia ene to hi bitt room roomtoaeelf roomtoaeelfanything to 1M If Ifanything I Ianythlnl
anything had been disturbed there thereIooktd and aadlooked andlooked
looked for hU money the flint thing thlqIound H Hfound Ho Hofound
found that the th drawer of the dresser dr had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
been n forced and the content were In con confusion coarllllion coofusion ¬
fusion lie found the little ga I atom BtOTbank atombank I Ibank
bank upside down and empty A bos In Inwhich i iwblch Inwhich
which bn had had half e dozen stickpin stickpinhad a stlekplasbid ekplBahad
had also been emptied emptiedInspector emptiedIBepfOctOr emptiedInspector
Inspector Huoaey arrived with hU Ii hi do doteetive dotff doteatives
teetive tff T not long Ie afterward and by that uaDr thatlime thattime
time Dr Caaaea wa convinced that fee feecase 1Meaae e eease
case wu set murder and auJeia auJeialooked aaaJeWelooked as asI
I looked at t Nest gHaH gI1so e H Be BeI had hadBeemaa enjed enjedI
I Beemaa fl5fl on Saturday SlurdA at die colored eoIert4lof kraMto kraMtoof brasekOIIhaY
lof of OIIhaY tae Y M MC C A Aandfloemaaateo Aandfloemaaateostedallmnn aad Beemaa aaaWeN reww rewwvUslo
stedallmnn vUslo > i went atitlxtofy to UM
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