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o in in Inr r tonight in a you begin t Jia to go goif gorr
if rr g1 i the hfn Mil of Valleys comet at the there therH
r rH re < f about t 3MO 2 roll mUtaa s nlnute ti cute To Torig TuIC Tonltl
rig nltl IC he night even If IIlhe the weather nun nunn
n o 04 I 4 > it 111I will r rain ln Lastevnlnganw Lastevnlnganwirrm
Iran f he comet Mid Id that th the tall la some somfew IOmtdr someelerP
few dr Around 3i000000 mil miles lone andat and andIfWYIroo nf nfSIT
SIT at i tnoooo miles thick or thin an ani and ands
i M i dice that la I ton tall to fo through throughtt
tt I e ilr ncientlau lC nllllta al various apota on onMrtb onuth onruth
ruth vesterday f terda were estimating themferent the theit tho1Irr
it ffrrenl 1Irr nl kind or thing the comet could coulcit
e it I wouldnt do to the earth the unentIl un unf unItnlllle
f ntlfic entIl a of this city were making makin makin11It1r guesses guessest
t their own facetious fa lIoua In mo moat moatf t case casei
i h a how many mAn million ton or orvould u uwould I Iould
would N required to place pia oo the comet cometuil lOfIIetla Cometstail
tail la to catch It It and whether tonight tonightthere toDJIMIM tonightthrre
there IM wouldnt be let Illumination In Inthe InIhflJcr Inthe
the IhflJcr sky ky hn among amon the hotel h tel roof pertwatching parties partieswstchlng pert rartQlthlnllhe
watching the ky Ik But there were thou thousands thouNndl thousends ¬
sands about town who werent rtn afraid afraidto
to say y they are afraid sfraldOver afraidOver afraleOer
Over on the Eat Side especially among amongthe
the older men and women women there waa no nodoubt nod nodouht
doubt d yesterday tea that therell be more moreresee mo morerace I Itact
tact ceofmind of mind usoonatheearth aa toon aa the earth and tie tieomet o onmet i ilmtt
omet hare said goodby good by b for seventy teventylive
live year rII In the negro D IlO colony oolon around aroundban aroundban aroundSan
ban Juan Hill white hite teeth were ra bared baredin
in a grin when hn question were asked aakedconcerning askedenncerotng ked kedNnctrnlnl
concerning fe leer r of the comet but the thegrin theRrln thegrins
grin were quickly replaced rfpl1 by anxious anziouaquestion anslouaquUon anxiousquestions
question from r the t negroe which showed ahowedthat MOwtdlbat showedthat
that they th gladly 1ar1 welcomed any an ream reaxturing uUMI reamwring
turing Inormition despite d pite their air of ofbravado ofraYado ofhravado
bravado bravadoUtt hravadoIJu raYadoUtt
Utt Utt > Italy laI Teemed eem d to 0 take no especial especialinterest especialmtereat pec pecIntfreAt
interest In the th comet Chuck Connor Connorwa C Cannnrswar nnon nnonAt
wa At the only person met In Chinatown Chinatowntin
win tin was ct ron mnremed > nc n > ed d In the II r prlbl sible doing doingrf
rf to I comet 1m at all for th the Chinamen Chinamenifenvxl China1enfnJ Chinarnenrremrd I
ifenvxl fnJ to know nothing IIOlhin of tonight tonightrifttcr lonllthtTlor lo nighte nighterisitor 1
rifttcr Tho < secretary 1Ar of tb tM negro negrorrwith nlmtrMch neamhrMch I
rrwith cf the Y II C A In Vo t Fifty FiftyiMrd nU nU1m Fiftythird
third 1m itrcet tt t and official conni ronntCt1 > cted with withthe witht withthr
the t 4 University Settlement at FJdridg FJdridguxi FJdrldpUId
end Rivingtcn mvin n streets fald proudly that thaicrowds thatf
f crowds + who 110 flock to their respective respectivedlng rNpoortJtOOIodlnR repectkeceding
OOIodlnR ceding and club room am too Intelligent
r I I to afraid of tha comet cometvtatements comettAttmltl comettatemenls
vtatements tAttmltl that should reawure Urtl the therrid lheId thercid
rrid Id tonif tonight lit when hen the tl earth > and Urn Urnir thotftt thetrM
ir trM rt are dotett were made yesterday yesterdayfy yost rday rdayry
fy t Prof Harold Jhcoby Jhcob Rutherford proftir pro profm profflnr
fm fflnr r of astronomy aUroCIom at Columbia Ullu bi4 UnI Unlterrity UnITmly Unirrrity
territy territyis Tmlyfor
is t for er even n 10 o much m as a lumlnoui lumlnouiiiimy lumlnoufIIII Itxnnousnlaey I
iiimy fIIII when the earth pane throuch throuchv throuchIfmaao throughremnante
v remBanU Ifmaao of th 1M < i comet tall laid the thearoruxtcrI thautiroiuxiier tMtroooqfr
utiroiuxiier aroruxtcrI I think that thota thoaeJI who will willx willwok
wok x > k for itrh h Inmtnoiltr will 11I lw t disappcwted diap diapPHflted dlIIIIIled
PHflted Thrro s nut nothing bine at t all In the thermeta lher thermeta
rmeta r m41 tall worth worrying about alioutPenoniilly allOlto aboutPerscuslly
o Penoniilly PfII I1AII I am of th the opinion that thatnil thatan thatall I
nil that tux baa been Mid and written about aboutfytng AbolltrYin aboutrytng
fytng rYin aerolite and an other cle ctlHtLll Ual olc olclacle 01 01cl ohtacle
lacle cl U almost llly We should all alllo alldo
lo < better It I think to Interest ourselves ourselvesin oureelvIn
in n the beauty beaut of the phenomenon By Bynext 8yt Byrdst
next t Saturday R erenlng Ir the sky by k tepee espeotally tepeeotially p pallr
otally during the flnt hour after sundown sundownhould sundownshould undo1mholilli
should be a thing of wondrous beauty beautylly ut1 ut11lhat
lly 1lhat that time the comet with It lie brilliant brillianttall
tall should b be easily NalI Mea with llb the naked nakedwe
we vt
weThe The beet t place I know or around New Nework Sework Newt I
> ork to get m good view of It at the end endI nd ndf
rf I the week M Riverside Drive Drl The view riewtom YIwI viewfrom
tom I the drhe doubtless will be unob unobi unobttclld unobrtwted
rtwted i Mted < until the comet eta behind the theIalmde thet9liades
Ialmde Perhaps there will be morn mornrtiffVenltjr mOn1I1mu1t moredotDteaty
rtiffVenltjr 1I1mu1t In making It out oo oaRunda oaRundahl Hunday Hundayeht
eht hl beeaum of the full moon but from
fji day da on It may ilia be seen n until the June Juneinn JunR
inn R increases in brilliancy Aitron AitronTMT Altronlhoetr Aatronmrs
mrs however who have recourse JPCIOU to toner tonsveWn
ner ory inr instruments In I will ha ableeatek able ableate ablalth tol
alth ate the comet receding inC during a avid aof awr1
vid of at taut alt lt month
1 ht h only nl persona about town who were werer
r 10 0 exprecftlon Jp lIIlon of happinenr over overit
h omets > mH visit were Wt the th astronomers aatronotnerhnt
ee hot h tel l keep keepers r in the Tenderloin who whor ho hornaklflR
are r making extra preparation to enter entert enterstn
t stn m 1 cornet forties r at dinner and cupper cuppertnnht supperI upplrnlihI
tnnht I nlihI the xidewalk s atronom r with withud withsad
ud 1 telescopes t pt who are ra showing howin people peoplekv
t > kv whether the comet la In eight or orand orand
and 1 the Eat Side fortune teller tellerirQlogi fellersetrologiete lien lienIOItIIa
etrologiete irQlogi IOItIIa t mind reader read palmttta palmlsted palmtttafortune
+ 01 < fortune toiler lera in general generalIhw poneraLr
Ihw r it n are A buy day da eepeclafly for forIrf forPro forPnf
Irf Pro M > Uocbman the seer r of l 1st 1stIllTlIIltnn 160hrartnn 9 9litifiut
litifiut i Ktmet noeL The professor lAid lAid1ay saidr aldonlay
r onlay 1ay that since the fist stories of the themmc themine themmg
mine of I the comet began to appear In Inr InIlen Innwsispen
r nwsispen < w Mipert he ha hu received more moreM IJI re reIhfjllMnd
M t m ewe thousand letter from anxious anziouanvru anxloualorla anxiousmeta
meta nBo most t of whom live u in rural dl dlIkmg e eolun dlikug >
Ikmg olun to tollae have their thelrowa own minds mladaand mladaandIIMII and andrr
rr look f If > their famlllee faml set tt at ret by a awiring aIIInR aunng
wiring IIInR word ord from the great Klvlngton Birtogtone Klvlngtonprofeor ftJlnatonotrolerit
e otrolerit aMrologirtI
1 profeor offlcfi decorated l with Ith
sm w symbol mbnl and hieroglyphics and andr andrfI
rfI LH rture < r of the lady aofentbitii leamod leamodtelling lawied4t
4t 11 telling along Oelanoey DeDOOf street atreti
ns i n doing a rushing Wll e uuaiuee sins ainceontet sinsu i Clf Clfmlt
u < ontet tcare began The crowd crowdf
st f 4rr r helping to fatten the bunk ac acr lier ecrt
> r rt t t tile Ea East t Side aeera eeenand and aDdoil aeenHMM aeenHMMm
4e m oil up costly rDIIItJ of women and their theIrt
0 r fern em teem tM to be about the cornel cornelM
u M II t eit > t damage it will III do If IU I tailI tail U Ut bsh
sh t < i r oM Nt t Ua way through the Fist rI81d4 rI81d4ry Sid Sidii Bidesir
ii sir
< ry early Arl ri risen m or very tot late home homei
i f rate HXH rfn II the crowd of Eat Side Sider Sdt
t < rr r Hut line up on the Wlllkia WlllkiaKmioe WIlUaIMoI
I Kmioe III ie junt before dawn to 8M ee the them
< m guest II t Men woman and andt nd ndIt
It t on s hitvi h v vq b been n on the bridge slaw it itri Itt itrat
t ri CItIAi1fIetd iiB < H d that the comet could couldi
00 i m the II nutern MIl sky all The bridge bridgert bridgeSrtishaveKtteredthepromenade
I SrtishaveKtteredthepromenade SrtishaveKtteredthepromenadethat rt have Ultertd the promenade promenadekagnt promeDdIialt
Iialt kagnt hat held tb their lr hutches of ofkfN orIf
a kfN 4a 4iwi If I fruit Ia lAst t Bvenlng yealn hua huaj hllDtt
e r tt La > j t Men ItflllftaounM announced that they theyout Ut Utlt
lt out rat I on m the bridge brdpp14 again tii tiiris dliI this thisr
I rung IIC u tfr t > Rr fro fUwn awn rn not knowing that thatnot hatI
j I not to > be seen again alA until untilin
r in ft MIW 4m e of bit eight nightspsra nightspsranr papen papenr
A r nt of ha hoe grown an afI1ra extra tall tallirUVr tal1I i irthr
I irUVr Mtnaiee atbil Hr tIrht ettd 4ed to tof
11 < u < > f Amherst that th t tie tk earth earthrUv NrthIn earthrlsv
rUv InUI In WM plAugMnc He w way ways y yof
s UI uvndi Hk of mUebef I of this Me extra extraeef dr drHI > r rv
eef v HI on Poiirfk riA PeiI Paf
< rmfKfcv iv MM AUTO AUTOhlaehlee 4rToMarhtav UTO1Chltle
Marhtav flunk Ruantafn nj pfd mj imu iY While iue Mr UUIe OWe OWePJIq OWeepteIIM ple pleM
IIM M Ujtog mktgPAST PJIqFAII r rBit
Bit OMKOB May ilWhll driving drivingnlooe drivingale
nlooe ale c In his automobile here ho this th after afternoon ahernoon afternoon
noon Lewis c QIIUpla i0 of Ica North Ar
llngtoo D avenue wn III ttrloken with lib apo apople apeplxj
ple plet f He WM d dead ad before rora medical medicalattention medltalaununn medialattention
attention could be procured from the theOrang theOran theOrange
Orange Oran Memorial Hospital HoeplUIThe Hoepttalno HospitalThe
The car w wa descending the bill ot of orI
I Prospect treet on Park avenue when
Mr Ir Qillsspia 0111 = 10 toppled or over r Ift h JiU seat e t
It ran on without guidance pat the Ash
land School hool at 1 Clinton sheet where it itw itwas
w was boarded by Otto Larson a chauffeur chauffeurand
and was u brought to a atop PeopleMen People betel hedeen
Men the car w wavering v riog on It Its way waydown a down ih the
hill and feared that It would pitch Uth Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the gutter at the aid of the tb road roadAfter roadAfter roadAfter
After he had brought the car to a top stoparson
Unoa arson was Joined by b Richard T Po POIII POIIIwho Postwho t twho
who ha baa an offlce u near ar by and they hur hurried hurried hurrled
ried the th unoopaslou man to the offioe offioeof oAloof
of Dr George C Becket In North Walnut Walnuttreet Walnutstreet lnut lnuttreet
treet The physician wa out and at atMr atMr 11 11r
Mr r > Pats suggestion the journey ef two twomile twomiles
I Imil
mile to lie IbeSt 81 Mary IJ Hospital In Orange OraogeWM
WM begun Uraon put on all speed and andbarely andbera andbare I
barely bera y escaped being botn held up by the thecycle IheI thecycle
cycle I e cepsAt ceps cepsAt cepeAt
At St Uftry iIa agar H itiplta rital there t as 9 no nodoctor Mdoctor nodoctor
doctor and no time timewas waa ot In circling the theblock Ibeblock theblock
block and getting Mr Gilletple to the theOrange theOran theOrange
Orange Oran Memorial Hospital Jut a at hi hiunoooKlou his bllIJDCOII8cIoua hisumcoSicious
unoooKlou form wa w was lifted out or the thtar thtarIhra car carthere earthere
there h ha breathed hit but butTh JutTh lastThi
Th Thi place where Mr OitJeeple WM WMtriekMi 11 11Itricltea wasstricken
stricken I is usually frequented with car carof trtor anof
of all 11 kind It happened that the th Oilleeple Oil Oillepi onIetpJe
lepi car wa the only on one on the stretch stretchthl stretchthis IrelchthI
this afternoon afternoonMr nooalr
Mr OlfWple bad had no warning unln of orhla ofhit ofhis
hit fate lit bad felt la esotllent health healthand healthand healthand
and following hU hi usual euatom had hadet hadt hadset
set et t out about the th middle of the afternoon afternoonfor
for a spin In hi his automobile automobileMr
Mr Otlleapie was w 40 0 year 1IIra old and had hadlived hadUYtd hadlived
lived la Eat Orange Oran for thirty thhtfIIra year H Hwaa 1If1 1If1rtIldlll Hwas
was president or Charles II Ollleaple A ASon tSon dSat I
Son varnish manufacturers In Jersey JerseyCity Jerw Jerwat JerseyCity
City at He II belonged to Christ EpUoopal EpUoopalChurch EplsoopalChurch IoopalChurch
Church or this thl city was wa a a member mem r of orHope oflI ofHOpe
Hope lI pe Lodge K Fk Jt A M and of of the theRepublican IheRPpublican theRepublican
Republican Club of Fast Orange Mr MrOllknple MrsOIUopie r rOllJQlrte
Ollknple and two daughter and nd one ollfllOn ollfllOnun on sonunite onurvive
urvive un unite hon hit
TfMfVS TfMfVSTypewriter r CIIAIVtTypewrltrr II A I f fTptrll
Typewriter Clrll Mat n > enthwtaitlratl ftthustattlratlyfletrltM enthwtaitlratlRereltert
Rereltert R bv b Ixmilon 4mt1enee 4mt1eneeHfftnl tndIMta8ped4
Hfftnl Carr C M Draptca D Mif K Tea n Su iraLoxDoi Sr SrLoxDOiC
LoxDOiC LoX OK May 11 17A meagre audience audienceaieerobled audlenosassembled
assembled tonight at Frohmana reper repertory rfpertor repertory ¬
tory theatre to witness ltnlA8the the production productionof
of Elizabeth Bakers play Chain ChorineThe ChainThe P PTho
The author who U a typewriter itlll itlllemployed stiltemployed lill lillflmployfld
employed In an office attended the re
leanal during her lunch hour the only onlyelsure onl onllellure
leisure time he had What the audience audiencetacked audiencelacked udlC1I udlC1Ilackld
tacked In number It made up In enthu enthuam eathual eathualum nth sl slum I
um amChalni
Chalni wa art produced produ last year yearby 1Mrb1 yearby
by tho Playgoer at a Sunday Sunda night nightperformance allhtper1onnanoe nightprformanae
performance It U the story of a city cityclerk cityderk
derk who bo le I etiwd with ajjgalre a 4ealn re to go goout 10out goout
out Into the world and to flMaway 1t awa away from frombe fromtbe fromthe
be routine of life IIr Hia wtftT family mll and andrieadt andrrlend andfriend
friend however urge him not no to go goIn 10Un goHo
Un In lumtnb and nettle down to dally dallydrutlgery dall dalldNoI dailydrudgery
drudgery drutlgeryType dNoI drudgeryTypes ry ryTyJ14l
Type of the lower middle class 114 are arealthfully areralthfully arefaithfully
faithfully represented p nlld The audience audiencedemanded audiencedemanded
demanded dOlman the authoress lItho until she wa waforced wufomtd wasforced
forced to apir pp > wr and nd a little shrinking shrinkingfrightened shrinkingfrightened hrinkinctrllhtened
frightened figure wa led on to the stage utagby stageby taallh1
by two of the actor lthough thi this is isher I Iher Iber
her first play pb it U I a notable work ork It Iten u uwell swell
well en contrud COIlIIwcled d with 11b Ilvenexiue touches touehlllnE touchesrRE toucheFine
Fine TRAP AjrnoiK 4 IrtUlIr r IWM IWMHatband IVIIIItUlband IMILiHusband
Hatband wife Iff anti Daughter tile In a aTenement aTmltnrn aTenement
Tenement Two Na rte Darned HiirnrUA mid midA
A father hi his wife and duuhter died In Inthe Inthe
the flame mM that consumed OIJIIIU a portion of a at at at
t moment at 71 7 Sullivan attest a little UU after aftermidnight af afmldnllhl aftermidnight
midnight this morning moml and the th two 1110110II 1110110IIor non sonof nonof
of the family were WtnllO so o badly burned that thatthey thattM thatthey
they tM may ma not survive It wa a quick quickfire qultktire quickfire
fire that mtuhroomed through the bui building buildingwithout bulldinawithout ding dingwithout
without warning and trapped the family famll of offive ofII ofAve
five II in their roam IM
The flame evidently starlet on the theMoond IhIIfcood thesecond
second floor of the three story building huildmgover
over the saloon owned by C Splnnetta Splnnettawho
who ho lived with his family on the second cecondfloor te Ondlloor secondsoot
floor Vincento Vln nO di final hi h his wife Adelina Adelinaa
a daughter daush r I yean N old whose tametce name namethe namete
the police could not learn and the ion ionJame on onJune n nJam
Jam and Tony lived on the third floor floorPoliceman noorPoliceman floorPoliceman
Policeman Donnelly aw the fire and andwith andwIth andwith
with two oth other r men he h ran Into the build buildIng 1 hulidlog uilding
Ing to warn the tenant They tumbled stumbledover tumbledover turnbledonr
over the form a of James and Tony Too diBlasi di diBioti dlDuI
DuI on the first rat flight of llA stain uir ra their theirclothing theirclothing r rolothinC
clothing ale They extinguished th thOre tblira thtiro
Ore and carried the two young men out outto outto outto
to the sidewalkThen sidewalk aldewalki sidewalkThen
i Then the policeman want up to the thetecond thetteODe thesecond
second floor He found that the Spin Hpinnetta Hplnnetta Spinbelts
netta family had all gone down the therear lherear theroar
rear flre fig escape and be could not go gohigher IrObllher gohigher
higher beauty of the flame flameHigh ftameaHip flamesHigh
High pressure engine U 13 and 30 30under 30uudtr 30under
under the command of Battalion Chief ChiefWorth ChIfWortb ChiefWorth
Worth had the flame out in a bon > time timeThen lImeThItD timeThen
Then the bodies of Di Biad hi wife Ire and anddaughter anddauabtw anddaughter
daughter were found In their room roomThe roomLne roomsThe
The police poIloeMid Mid after investigation that thattha thatthe thatthe
the fire wo due to Inoendiaricm Some Someone Borneone e eone
one they the believed bad thrown kerosene kerotenon
on the thllIIaira stain and then set et t It 1 on fire
SHOT IT f 1115 OWN rtCTVtlE rtCTVtlEkala
Sets tart Panto In Part flalen lleuing lleuingqoara ekllbnglgare IIUIICSqu
qoara Squ With ft1U1IIaDcIn Hanging Commute CeramtltefSrrrUl Cl1IlItI e etipddt
SrrrUl Ctttt DtlfMOt U T n Tel SC SCPmu SI1W SI1WPAlus 3011Pasts
I Pasts May HayI1A 17A wild lid We West t scene aeonoeuctod was waaenacted wasenacted
enacted today at th the Salon ba des d Artist ArtiiteaFroacai Art ArtistFrantals
Froacai Fraa la by b Jean flala the artist who on onSaturday onSaturda7 onturdsy I
Saturday turdsy cut hi own painting In the thefioloo the8aJoa theBalo
fioloo n because ItwMhuag It was hUD11D burg la what h hft con contdehcd considewd
dod a bad place Knee then th the eonI authgrilles au authorities authoriUea ¬
thorities bare done nothing to eoothe hi hifeeHnga 11 11rlIOHap his hisfeeling
feeling and aocIthlt this morning be want to the theflalon theSalon
Salon 100 disguised with it Ub a long Ion beard bvdburning and aodbumlar andburning I
burning with revengeful feelingWhen feeling feelingv rlIOlinebea
When v > ea h he arrived under id r r his b picture he heproduced heprodueed heproduced
produced a revolver from his hip pocket pocketand pocketand
and find four Ihotet shots hot at the canvas can The Thehooting lbeahootlnl Theshooting I
hooting produced a panto among moo the thepeoptopreacat thopeople thepeople
peoptopreacat people present A group of young Amenan Amen American AI1Ieri1 AI1Ieri1can ¬
can and EngUah girl ran away creaming screamingand creamingand
and aa old lady 1Ad nearly fell 11 down In a faint falati ralDtAt faintAt
i At the sound of th the shot policemen and andj andcuarda andguards
j I guards ran In and arrested O la He de deI deI
I cUred that be was determined absolutely absolutelyto ahaollltllw
to destroy hi his picture If satisfaction IaU racdon i b not notI notforthcoming
I forthcoming from the hanging committee oommituUnfortunately oommJttHI committeeUnforttmuktlytheezdtible
I Unfortunately Unforttmuktlytheezdtible the ejcitable patetar palaterI Inter to 1 a avery avery
I very bad hoU AM four bullets h be flr fired ftrfldI firedtook d dtook
took erect e eet but It tee bobs they the made are areaway area areaway
I away a up la a top earner e of th Ihi pafettas pafettasand palRMllrAftd
and harder hard noticeable noMceableTiMe noticeableTZXO 1 1JeH
TiMe JeH e iii enie 68 leis atga m n nTart to toWife
Wife Tart a el n N NtM
a tM use N tt raH e Aew
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M it 0 TO M IV 1 fAVOR A Oil IF f IT ITJtnl ITJlllt ITJmt
Jtnl Rneogb Vsle 1 ta t rail Pa the tb Uavenpert UavenpertMeaetotlanThlrteen DanpertUThlrHft flsenprtlesstutlonT
MeaetotlanThlrteen lesstutlonT UThlrHft trtnnIlepnblkatrend trtnnIlepnblkatrendThirteen RepabllraiM and andThirteen and11I1rlHn
Thirteen Democrat Vale 01 Car It Itone IIOne
one Demerrat It I Against It ItAiJtiXT ItAtJlAIIT ItUuxT
AiJtiXT UuxT May ra 17The State Sal Senate Senatetonight BeNtetonlaht Senatetonight
tonight adopted td by b a vote of M 2 to 20 Ma 20rNOIuUon 20a
a resolution nooning the Taft Income Incometax Iaoomtu boomto
tax proposed amendment to the Federal FederalConstitution iPderalConatltulloa FederalConstitution
Constitution The resolution wa Intro Introduced Introdlkfd introducal ¬
ducal by b ttoncUr Frederick F ek M Darer Davenport onnJIOI Darerpart ¬
port of Oneida OIwIdarount county the home of United UnitedBtU U UnitedState ted tedfila
BtU fila Senator tnr Root RootThn RootTh BootThe
The deciding lr ldlnc vote the twentyaltth twentyaltthwa
wa cad by Bdgar Truman Brackett Brackettof
of Saratoga rato who wo credited with hav having hvInl havtong ¬
tong secured from United Hutei tile Senator tor
I Root at Waahlngton the famous telegram telegramIndoning telcramIndoralnc telegramIndorsing
Indorsing Senator Harvey I > llbiman llbimanoa
oa the Republican leader of the Ih Stat StatvHenatn 8latBenI StatSenate
Senate to tucceed euc u Hd eed Jothom P Alld It Itrsd Itrrm1 Itr4ird
rrm1 rsd n vets TC = is adept the Dsveepcrt DsveepcrtIn DTft DTftfioi fl renpcrtluolutlon
fioi luolutlon tloo In the Senate and It vss Iiu Iiuto nnto s sto = =
to the AsaemMy for concurrence concurmunAmemblyman ooncurrfftClAmblman concurrenceAssemblyman
Assemblyman Murrays Munayieeolutinn Inrra resolution Iutlon fa favoring rayorma favoting ¬
voting an Income tax wa defeated Jn Jnthe Inthe Jnthe
the Assembly several nral day da ago kicking kickingon lackl lacklon
on one of the I4Ttntb venty ix votes 0 needed to toPMS topull topare
PMS It Both Senator Davenport and oadSenator ddtlrnator andSenator
Senator Newcomb said tonight that the theAaaembly th thAmbl theAssembly
Assembly Ambl coukl pa paM upon this th quratlon gwstlonagain quratlonagain qutlonpin
again if the Rule Committee would per permit permit ¬ I
mit the Davenport resolution to go 10fore be before b bfore ¬
fore the th Awembly because the phrase phraieology pIua phraseology
ology of the Davenport renclutlon Is dif different dlrftlftlt difterent ¬
ferent from the Murray htrra resolution resolutionOther rfIOlutJonO resolutionOthers
Other O minted that the difference In Inphra ifphraseology
phra phraseology eok > gy was of no moment and that thata thaa
a as the Assembly AmbI1atrNd already had passed upon uponthe upoothe uponthe
the substance of the resolution the iav iavoomn IJIJoom In Income
come tux X question could not ojsaln ba beconsidered baconaiitereil heooneorttl
considered in the Aieembly this thl4It year yearIt
It teemed mt to lie the th general fral opinion that thatIt
It wa up to the Assembly Committee on onRule ontwIN onItue
twIN Rule to determine whether the Assembly AMemblyoould AMembloould Assemblymukt
oould have another vote on the Income IncomeUs boomtax
Us question questionThou queollonThOM questionThose
Thou who voted for the resolution resolutionwere
were wereN wreHltaALT wereRrpblwr
N HltaALT Rrpblwr P MI < I ALT Drxuxoiu itotmu OU1ltmLUun itotmuKlMIO lttDSWKesC
KlMIO TUff Kiss BUCUTT lIana tlsrslstaUATearoT JtenwctDiTurotT lIanaDnuron
DiTurotT t ODeleta > nH < l Davis Mi llurocK llurocKHrrklnrr HamaHerkloer roes roesIInkl
Hrrklnrr IInkl KIWITT Coura HixMt III nroomr nroomrPurr JIroonIrILAn iroomenm
Purr Mmbfa ViiswnwKT W Wnlrhnwr Wekkewrtlrnrru Wnlrhnwrttmttrtli Ifll
ttmttrtli 1 CArmrr fiuTUT UOlAnc UOlAncarana YeMall3nlna ISCMasce3r11na
arana mtUWIu nnw uu c t 0 svuatuc Wasst WasstMaabsltaa w ucw ucwVtab A AMUba
Vtab Maabsltaa tn CAanr Oo nr cruni Hiaont rep repItune KlBftlimit KlDI1Iumt
limit Querat Q Ifta Oi OUIrII Di i U etronrrr IUn tl
react ltd HrtThosa Hr1e Hr1enON ltdThou
nON who bo opposed opl lled were wereRipttUttni wenpepetuesr
RipttUttni Aa Andy 0 w Baovaeyeco11L B DaoO wa N Nhatua WOOtIL loa loaU Matab
tab U ALLM RrauflMr OUT eo CosTs rTaakttai rTaakttaiCoil IraaJtal91 rrsakneCqt
Coil fTnoa J Jetr Bvusov warren atntI n OiuTTi OiuTTiAlbur 0 0III OasRa11Albaur
Albur III I lIu maim lurrm trtrne numvn IfIIJL C4 C1Iaa C1IaaqU cnssisesea u uqu
qu Hnx Erte Horns lIowa > 0 ale feaCuUfU iu Heats Heats3uQMk Hrntvltelk me meel
tvltelk el MrKnai IoIFI DII MM Oa + sn r Mura M ud Wh1TMoarae Vkm VkmUcarar 1ImrSIW
Ucarar not Oriat Taottl Tacna UMMBO UMMBOVrrmuAtkfkay U U1tT1 MaciasWntiaMkeur
VrrmuAtkfkay WntiaMkeurprtaeo VrrmuAtkfkayPmuwral 1tT1 IUr IUrNIBaTn
Pmuwral NIBaTn sssnaRkbssad sssnaRkbssadThere fUrai lUcbmaad lUcbmaadThere RkIl1The
There The were It Republicans and U Demo Democrat Demoorals ruo ruocrata ¬
orals who voted for the amendment amendmentand
and 1 11 Republican and 1 Democrat who whovoted whoTIttt whovested
voted TIttt < J a against ain alllllt t it Senators H CordU Re Republican Bepubllt liepublkan ¬
publican > an or IUter and Oradf Orad Demo Democrat Jfmoeral Demooral ¬
oral of Manhattan were re absent and andexousMi andHtnacor andexoused
exousMi Senator KohloM r Republican lUpublioanof
of DntcheM wa was present but announced announcedtiiat nnoWCtdthat
that he won paired ired with ith Tim Sullivan Sullivanwho Sullivanwho
who sailed for Europe Ut week Hk Big BigTlmwoul1 iliaTlm04J1I BigTimwo
Tlmwoul1 Timwo lei have bavevotd voted for the amendment theamendlIMntwhlleliohlr theamendntentwhile amendmentwhile
while whlleliohlr Schlosser hohlo r would have voted against agalnttt alnlt alnltIt
It t Senator Grady Orad Alto would have voted votedor yOtPdror votedfor
for or the th amendment had he been well welland welland 11 11I
and presrnt presrntU I n t tIt
It wo notel that the live Woodruff WoodrurSenators WoodruffSenators WoodruffStnatoI1l
Senators from King voted for the amend amendment amendmtllt amendmeat ¬
meat while the two Erie Senators split splitand plltand JIlItand
and tike two Monroe Senator voted votedmmiruit TOIfdacalMt rollagainst
against it The three Republican Sena Senator Senawn Senbra ¬
bra from Manhattan voted against 1a1n t the theamendment theamelllhRlftt theamendment
amendment amendmentHurprUo amendmentSurprise
Surprise iu wo evident evl lflt < in the face of ofhe orIhe ofthe f
he Senator who were rlt oppoeal oppo t to th thnoome the tlutIMoma theincome
income noome tax resolution when It was realized realisedthat realizedthat realizedthat
that Senator alor Braekett was to caat the thetwraty thettoIIIxth thetwentysixth
twraty ttoIIIxth ixth and deciding vote In favor favorof
of it It WM antlelpate1 the vote would wouldbe
be clone but even the advocate IdTOCINUfltfrlaJa were wereincertaiB wereuncertain
uncertain until the roll call that they theywere Ih Ihwreto theywere
were wreto to get the IhltrftJuiri require vote yot1n In favor favorot of it
I The income tax proposition pllpo lllon wa dehated de debated ¬
bated from noon until the roll call was washad w whad wsq wsqhad
had at II oclock tonight with Intermli Intermlilon InltnnllIon intermielone
lon for lunch and nd dinner Every Sena Senator 8fnalor Senator ¬
tor who ho felt that he understood the ques question qUNlion question ¬
tion had hi bill ay upon the proposition propositionand propo llion llionand
and although the debate was w long Ion It Itwas Itw Itwas
was w lUllfM Those 1111 who advocated the theamendment tbeamntlmnl theamendment
amendment in prepared pre speeches were wereSenaton wre8enalora wereSenators
Senators Davenport Bchul > HinmanWagner Hinman HinmanWagner llinmnpl
Wagner < pl and Gardner while the opposi opposition nppoaJtlon npposltlon ¬
tlon wa led by b Senator Kewcomb NewcombBrough KewcombBrough wcomb wcombroulb
Brough and Bayne and Hill the thelatter lb lb1Itr thelatter
latter favoring a State Income tax Sena Senator Senator Sewtot ¬
tor Davenport made the principal pooch apeechIn poochIn
In defence of hi hu resolution Th opposilion opposi opposition oppotllion ¬
lion was led by b Senator Xewcomb XewcombBefore Cecombrora NewcombBefore
Before rora the roll rail II on the Davenport Davenportresolution DaYellportreeoluUon pavenpwrtresolution
resolution Kenator Hamilton tried tohave to tohave tohaY
have a resolution rtIIOl llop substituted This reso resolution rNOlutlan roeolotion ¬
lotion provided fora ror a legislative committee committeeta NllDI lltee llteeto
to Inquire Into the expediency uJ > of eetabIkhing estab establlfhlng lAb lAbIIIMnl
llfhlng a Slat income lAX to meet th thcot the thecoat thecat
cot of the 1101000000 barge canal and andKOOOOOUO andMogtocV
KOOOOOUO or new ne highways hllh and the In Increased lacl increased ¬
creased cost or the State HlAlelnlltltullon HlAlelnlltltullonHenator Institutions InstitutionsSenator institutionsSenator
Senator Davenport insisted that the thasubstitution theubtUuUon thesubstitution
substitution could not be made a u the theIIamIllon theHamilton heHamilton
Hamilton resolution wa not germane nnane to tobig tobi tohis
big bi Senator Hinman Insisted that the thaSenaton theBenatora theSenators
Senators Mould go on record upon uponthe upnatb uponthe
the tb Davenport proposition propo lUon Ueut UeutOov UeutOovWhite UeutGoyI Oov OovWhite
White raid that the Hamilton resolution resolutionWM r
I WM w germane and Senator Hinman ap appealed apI appealed ¬
pealed from the decision of the chair A Anotion Amotion Amotion
I motion of ol8taator Senator Davis 1 to table th the ap appeal apI appeal ¬
peal WU lost I by a vote of ayes II II DOM 21 21Then 2ThetI 21Then
I Then Senator HLnman withdrew hi his ap appeal alpe1 appeal ¬
peal and Senator Wagner moved to lay layihe la lathe leythe
the Hamilton resolution upon the table tableThis tableI tableThls
This wa adopted by b a vote of M to toll tollSenator 11 11Senator IImAtor
I Senator Davis Day tried to make the Hamil ifamllion Hamilton lIamllton ¬
ton resolution germane by providing proYldlnllhat thaton that thatonehalf I IoohAlf
onehalf on haU of the Income taxes tax oollected In Inthl inthis I Itbl
thl this State should go to tb the State and one onehalf on onhair onehalf
half to Ibo Federal Government Tb TbSenate The ThoII TheSenate
Senate refused tfIr to soiree ven permit the beluDtnd beluDtndmeat amend nmenlmint amendment ¬
meat to be read reedSlrtirn readNtrlkeri nedI
Ntrlkeri Fire III aa MUllUiwen MUllUiwenIUNXIBAU MUIlIaJlM1LIbnau 3liIltiansenIIANmSAte
1 1I1IltItIa
I IUNXIBAU Mo May rra 17 The State StaterolliUa Ria Statemilitia
militia on guard at the Atlas tJ Portland PortlandCemmt Portlandcmt PortlandCement
Cement Company plant put at Il II seo o oflred w was wasAreal
flred Arealby 1 on o by b strikers tbra tide W morning mOll mWKlamen at 1 the thedroaatta thed
droaatta d a magaaln te Sasi + tt The T ThetarRd mmmmea mMe re returned F ¬
turned the flre and Ae strikers Ikl aseaped aseapedIn
In I It Uw t underbrush f S No one e WM Wlllj WllljT injuredI injured
M Mtrpeo
I ies4 > M T r atdt aT w trpeo trpeot trpeottsea t ttsea ttseatlaktue
tlaktue l roes N I reaws IH1810 ores Acts + a Ise S lase lasel
I AxrtcAos AVTICANXOV11EV tffiv fV Will iriAHetolU Ir1 Ir1Obi Williliiufls
HetolU ef Obi Congress < 0 Prlmarlea PrlmarleaLaogwarth Pllrle PtlmaNeeLeagwerth
Laogwarth W and a Urlf Kler Kilter er Broom Nrnemtated NrnemtatedCOWMSV tnlt tnltQWMao taateO taateOCOLVWBP
COLVWBP QWMao May U1 17 nhlo Ohio BUtawU BUtawUprimaries Btlaw Statawldprimaries
primaries prrl today t drew dr a light lht vote To which whlcwa wh whichwas b bwf
wa wf more 10r than tn cut Ot In hall hal In the slashing tlashianf lllal lllallo
lo 1 nf Senator Btr Dicks name Ma for Indonerocn Indonerocnfor Indonmet Indonmetror
for reelection rlell Many 1 voters vora wrote wr In thenames th thnames the theI
names of former ror Senator Stor Poraktr Fahr former formeGov formerGy formerOov
I Gov Gy Hftrrick lIerkrea Herrickformic fermtr Secretary atal Garfleld GarfleldHarry Orl OTAWHarry
Harry Jlar Daughsrty ouart and aa B E N Suggin 8uc th thlaiten the thetlCre thelattatwoof
lattatwoof laiten tlCre two of Columbus ColumbusOf Ullumbu I I
Of tit l the Republican Rpbll Caagrs Congressmen Clrm + unen no 0011 0011nled noal noalnoted al alnated
noted nled the greater lrter number numbr are pledget pledgetagshut pJp pledgdsgalrnt I
agshut aplt Speaker Her Cannons Ca reelection rseleetlonCongreeaman reelectionCangreiianan tJoa tJoaKlftn
Cangreiianan Kennedy Klftn of the t ElshUenth ElshUenthit Epralh I
it trailing ti Julius Whiting of Canton Ct for fortha ro I
tie Republican Rblc lisp ublian nomination fitl but bt neither neitherispledged nellheispltdgsdagalMtCaanon nither
ispltdgsdagalMtCaanon It ispledged pl aplatcaanon a o CcogrM Co Congressman CongressmanCole < nan nanCole I
Cole of 0 the lh Eighth Elth I illC is leading F J B Willis Willisfor Wii Willisfor
for the Republican lJubllc nomination ool on Both B are areantiCannon reatlano areIntlCannon
antiCannon atlano In sentiment Itmet George Or Cham Chamberlain C I Ibttrialn i irlaln
berlain rlaln of 11 faraln Lnain won the Fourteen Fourteendistrict Forteth Fourteenthdistrict I Id
district d It Republican Ilubli nomination n l tlon oo 0 an anantiCannon annti 1 1anll
antiCannon anll nti Cannon pledxa I
In the Twelfth Tlt pep Congressman Cln TaylorRepublican Taylor TaylorRepublican TaylorRpblaon
Republican Rpblaon won the lb nomination Domnton by b a aHose acOM adose
Hose cOM vote He I took tk the tb te antiCannon antiCannonpledg aton atonple anti CLanon CLanonpledge
pledge ple In 11 th the Ninth Congressman CJ Bher Bherwood Ihr Ihrwo Sherwood
wood wo DereccTKt D Dem cr g was i rmt reomlnatd while whiletlsn whil whilet
t tlsn f m J X KsnUltoa Iu cs tfca t Ef RJhJ RJhJa Lrubl Lrublrn jbU jbUcan
can a nosxisatisa co = t = orsr r A A M HOnddale HAde the thecandidate theandidate
candidate Onddale of Walter at Brown B Republican RepublicanState BbUc RepublicanSate
State central committee chairmanCougreenneu chairman chairmanCongreaemen cir
ont Ott
Congreaemen CCff known kow to ba b rtBommated rtBommatedInclude rcmlted rcmltedInclu renominatedinclude
Include Inclu Republlcoca RplcLnpor RepubllafsLongworth Longworth First FlntOoebel Frat First00e141
Ooebel Obl Second 81 Keller Beler Seventh 8Yth John Johnson Joh JohnIon
son In Tenth Teth Douglas D Eleventh Eftnth Taylor TaylorTwelfth Tkr TkrTlt TaylorTwelfth
Twelfth Tlt Joyce ltC JoyceIhrteenth fifteenth troth Hollmgiwortb HollmgiwortbSixteenth lIoli HollingsworthSixteenth or
Sixteenth Slltt Thomas Thom Nineteenth Nitnt Howland HowlandTwentieth lowld lowldTent HowiandTwentieth
Twentieth Tent CaMWyTwentySrai Caasidy C Twentyoral Teatytt Defies Domocrt D DefiescatsCox
crt t1CI catsCox Cox Third nlr Ansberry Aber Fifth Fth Den Denver O DenVet ¬
Vet Sixth Sherwood 8eo Ninth Nmt Anderson AndononThirteenth Andn Andnnlrth AndersonThirteenth
Thirteenth nlrth Sharp S Fourteenth Folnt Ash Aihbrook Ashbrook
brook brk Seventeenth SeventeenthOther 8nntth 8nntthOther SeventeenthOtter
Other nominee aO are a Republicans Ipublc irpubliane4B O OIt
It Young To Third T C E Johnson 1 Fourth FourthR Fouh Fouhf
R f D Roe R Fifth Fr Jesse J Taylor Sixth SixthB Slxb SlxbB
F B Willis 1 Eighth ECbt J K Hamilton HamiltonNinth 1Llt IamiltonNinth
Hth Ninth J D McLoughUn McLI Thirteenth Trth TrthO
0 J Chamberlain Cbl Fourteenth Fontb A B BCritchfleld 8Ctcbeld DCtitchfleld
Critchfleld Ctcbeld Seventeenth SeventeenthDemocrateT 8ftnth 8ftnthlmotT SeventeenthDemocratT
DemocrateT lmotT 8 Hart lIal Font Frat A G GAllen OAIn 0Alen
Allen AIn Second 8d J H Goeke Ob Fourth Foul J D DPost DPOt DPat
Post POt Seventh 8Yflh T C t Itahon Mhon Eighth EigbthEdmund Bath BathEund EighthEdmund
Edmund Eund nilll WUU Tenth II C CUypool ClaypoolEleventh CUypoolEteventb 1PI 1PIEVth
Eleventh EVth Frank Fk B Moanett 11onDetl Twelfth TwelfthGeorge 1weltthOceege llr
George White te Fifteenth Ffth W B Francis FrancisSixteenth Frc FrancisSixteenth
Sixteenth J J WhIUcro tac Eighteenth EighteenthE Elbtt
E R B Rt Batherick Beck Klneteaatb 1lth WIHUm Gor aordon Gordon Oor ¬
don do Twentieth Ttieth H 0 Buckley Duk Twenty Twentylint Tnt TntI TwentyAnt
lint lintIn AntIn
In the t Eighteenth lhttb the Republican RpblCn race raceI r
I i between bw Congressman Cnlnlu James Kennedy Kennedyand K
and a Julius lulu Whiting tm with Ith W J William Williamand Wli Williamsand
and andl J II C Lyon Lra trailing trailingICCIMB tllnl tllnlUXf1 trailingItCf
Salmon ltfa Say Some One O aa the t New N Yetis VarkPaid YetisPaldThrm o
Paid Pi PaldThrm Them o With Wid BeEtDff eHlaa eHlaaJlft Hater Haterp haterprdel
p Jlft prdel 1 < U CtMt C O Dtepama tjM rt M t I na T S sm smPABU s 3011Pants
Pants PU May H 17 1A A despatch dah from fromToulon tl fromToulon
Toulon to the Ttmpu says a complaint hu hubeen hasbeen
Mr Opt Optb
been b lodged Io with t the Toulon ToO polio pJ by bytwo bto bytwo
two local I boatmen bte against a two t oioet o of oftha 01t oflest
lest t American Amc cruiser e New N York Yo which wb is isnow isnow
now no In i that it harbor harborAoeordlng hr hri harborAoeordingtothaderluUonuof
Aoeordlng AoeordingtothaderluUonuof i to the tdeto declaration or th th thetwat thetwatmen boat boatmen bt ¬
men me they thl took tl the t officer ol to the t ship ap last lestnight lastnight Iu
night When they reached the side of the thevnieej thevessel
nllt Wb t th t o t
vessel T they tb were w asked to go C on board b to toget toti toget
get their ti money mO One Oe of tbe boatmen boatmenwent bte boatmenaye
board II UI h be assaulted assaultedy
went wet on b M aye ay waa 1 ul
h1 > y the tb officers omra of lcsra and had h to make me a hasty hastyreturn h hastyreturn
return rthrr to his b boat bt He I e declares d that tt he hewaa h hewas
wounded In several the theassault theassault
was assault assaultThe w assaultThe tal woude I e places pla during duC tb
The T boatmen be allege ap that t they t then t tried triedto ted tedto triedto
to reraotutrate rOtte to with lb the t officer oc from rrm their theirbrail t theirt
brail t at the th side ae of the ship ap but bi boilingwater boiling boilingwater
water wat was thrown tD upon up them t they thl say sayand sayand 1 1a
and bad to to themselves them themselves
a they t row r away wa save t ¬
selvesThe selves selvesThe el elTh
The Th men lI rowed to th the sid ale or the t French Frencharmored Fb Fbao Frencharmored
armored cruiser Pothuau PthU which was wasanchored wuancbor wasanchored
ao m
anchored ancbor near D by b1 In order o to procure pr wit witnesses wit wltnewes ¬
nesses n to their wounds woundsThs woundml
Ths T American AmMc Consul Qn u has b been t Ioe informed informedof
of the t affair but so 1 far fa nothing nOhl I known knownabout knon knonaut knownabout
about aut It at th t the Ministry lln of Marine foln In Paris ParisO4VVOB P PubOt1XOit I
Pels Game Gat and an a rrttlctaert fIIIM Dance Dnr Hall HallCeiered nanC PlanCerrd
Ceiered C f ta I Park Ant Trip TripMayor T TripMayor
Mayor Osynor made me a little U Ille tile trip trp through throughthe Ihroua
the parka pk of The T Bronx Brl yesterday rflor after afternoon ate afternoon ¬
noon nn and stopped Oft to look at an amuse u ¬
a atrp o lk a
meat place pl about abut which whIc complaint cplnle have havebeen hayeb havebeen
been b received ryed With Wlb him hi In n his hi hi auto automobile aul aulmobile automobile ¬
mobile wen w Park Commissioner Cllonor Higgins Hlgglnocd lcn lcnw Higginsart
ocd Nelson eJn S Spencer Rpr chairman cannan of the theCity IheCI theCity
City CI Clubs Cub committee rommlUI on park parkThe prk parksThe
The Te spot pt under uner th Mayor la1or personal personalInspection prn personalinspection
Inspection lnplion yesterday I on Broadway Br op opposite 01 opposite ¬
posite pt the tbo Tad Itt corner oor of Van Cort Cortlandt CortJt Cortlandt
landt Jt Pork Pa It consists coat of 0 a Ferris fr wheel wheela whl whla
a mrry merrygoround mrrrou goround a small ml dance da ball and anda a
a restaurant roItaut On O April Aprlilih a Ih the city dl granted granteda vlN vlNa
a license lCn for this place pla to Jam Thorn ThornThose Tom TomThO ThomThou
Those ThO who ho knew k that he had h mad mae two twounsuccessful twounu twounauaeesful
unsuccessful unu rul efforts efOr to get pI a license lcl from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the MoOellan KII administration amalllUon were We a little littlsurprised litte litteurr littlelurprlsed
surprised urr when ben h ha got lt it Riverdale Riverdaleresidents Inrda Riverdaleresident
residents rdeta an believed blrPd to have protected protectedto pt
to 0 Mr M Osynor Oanor also a persons pn who held heldthat h1 heldthat
that the th plate pI attracted ltre too to many mn young youngiris youngWhether ou
prl iris
Whether the Mayor or found rou anything to tobear tor tobear
bear r out the the thew complaints cpln be did di not notsay notbefore notsay
say before he was whisked wbil over to 1 the th t polo polofield polofield
fl field In Van Cortlondt Crtlt Park P There T plo plofl wa waa w wa wasa
a match on band h between btwn team tea of Squad Squadron 8t Squadroe
ron r A and West Nt Point Ponl The Te Mayor Mayorwatched ayot ayotwatched
watched wated the game for a time m and then thenstarted Ibent thenstarted J
Le a
started for Bronx c Park ParkHe PrkUe ParkHe
t He went wet over oe the Zoo Z with Ith Director DirectorW Drr DrrW
W T Uomaday Homy and Curator Cr Dltmars Dltmarsand Dta Dtmanand
and bad ha lunch lun with a them the After At that t h hwent bwt hi hiwent
a went wt up to Pelhsm Pela Bay B Park Pa It ha been beencharged b beencharged
charged that tha several lyf yacht club clu with withshore WIthbre withshore
shore ep bre privilege prlnl bar bn been l charging the thepublic IhepubUo thepubilo
public for storing aorin boats b along ae calD th t the soundinside sound soundlucid IOUndlne
lucid lne Ih the park k Commissioner CrnoDr Higgins Hlgirinsfound Jlnln Jlnlnrou Higginsfound
found this out on when he b he went nt Into oUBoa oUBoaand dS dSand
rou t coe coea
and he refused to renew r the licenses licensesRepresentatives HO licensesRepresentatives
Representatives a ru of th t the club olu called ol upon uponth upp uppth uponthe
th IptU the Mayor M1or and a h he upheld Ih the Corned Commissioner Cm Cornedloner ¬
loner Mon Tb Te The trip yesterday apo U wo w to toh see seewhat seewhat
what h could cou be b b done to let lt tb the public publicput pblo pbloputllebta publicput
put putllebta putllebtaTO It its boat there fee f re of charge chargeTO chargeTo
L LoUlana Itl LgIi Lectotatera tme Repeated I la Vt VtAgatMt VetApf VileAgainst
Against Apf Prepeert Ppe Pr peeem Amendment AmendmentNEW Aet AetNaw
Naw ORLEANS 01 May 1 17 nT 1TThe Tba Indloatow indica indication ID ¬
tow tl are a that ti th tu Louisiana Lu Legislator Legislatorwhich rct IagIlaturwhich
which to BOW In session win wWIoom reject th thIncome the theincome
wbl Income Ioom tax t D amendment at 4o to tb d the Federal FederalConstitution Yf FederalCunetitutke
Constitution In referring nfe tb te the matter matterto mttr mttrto
Ctlt to th the General 01 Assembly b11 GOT 0 Sender Senderdeclared S Sandersdeduct
declared t his hlu opposition to the tb t amendment amendmenton dmt
Ion on dlr tb the ground ptlD that tL It would wul permit prl Con Congress C Coneandthue ¬
gress I U to au tax tb the thetax teeora be tax from hI8t Btite elebnde elebndea elebndeiMaw bosd bosdand b
andthue and a thus tU practically practicallythe 111 tax I State 8tal bond bonda bj
a power r It don not t now B poow poowThis
= Iindonow p
This n iMaw view n to mdonsd to C a verj veri e largeextent Urge I Iextent I
extent by th the press Of o the l 8 Skate Mat whas wW wWh w whl
h eJtt has hKherto b bam b p supporting tit l the aastuat a m vj vjment
ment hl and U to uadenfeMd Out dL t tfce tfceamendment i
I amendment aa 1 a t w will I net at be t approved 1n approvedaa 1 t I
1 u J
Mr Tart T AppfevrtrannaiterCrnerali AppfevrtrannaiterCrneraliMaaagrfment ApfPruttret ApfPruttretpr ApprntsIaymuter Oaenle OaenleHan
Maaagrfment Han pr sweet ef tb Oa the Naval Supply BopplrFond 1 1Dar SupplyFund
Fond Declared Dar Impcsncr 1 Impaperflestfe ImpaperflestfeAttltade Hatta HattaAttttotfe R RAtU
Attttotfe AtU ta t Ir Hr r Meyer 3 AIM A a Ca c cW Cause CauseWasxixatolg e eWAIBWOTOIC
WAIBWOTOIC W uJIC May Yn 17 PaymasterGen PaymasterGenral Paya Oen Oenoral
oral 1 Emetic Ea B D Roar BP of th the navy DY chief chiefol cr cror
ol o the bureau bu of supplies lpplI and ad accountswill accounts accountswill at
will wl resign r ta l a fw ri wwi Alleged Aec Im Improper i m mproper ¬
proper ppr management maent nt of the navy DY supply supplyfund supplyfund uppl1fd
fd fund and disobedience dlblo of orders oer amount amounting aot aotII amountlag ¬
lag II In 1 th th the opinion op of Secretary fU Meyer Meyeralmost 1 Meyeralmost
almost to Insubordination are tb the main malacMMta mainrs
ao IbiaUon a t rua
cMMta a rs isa of bto hl hi downfall dowr l In I naval aY circle cirdost cr
It t to I believed bUY generally III that his h resign resignation resignflat Iea IeaI ¬
flat demanded
I wa dand
The T resignation ralo will wi take tke effect I at a the thepleasure t thepleasure
plt pleasure of th 1 the Secretary 8tU of th te the Navy Navywho SaY Navywbowil
who whowl wbowil will probably pblnaa probablyname name Mr Wrnaer Rogen I auo suotenor auoc uo uot
c t tenor saor within wlha a taw r week wek MJ M Imogens Imogenshonesty n Itegenshonesty
honesty bl or o integrity Itlt Ic not oo questioned questionedwss q lo
TPa t b lets ca d to rw t tA toe toea
c t
wss = a prelSssSasry report r to tole B Secretary SecretaryMeyer cr Ary AryMeyer
le Meyer of an a expert ep accountant oatt appointed appointedto appoint
to Investigate 1tlt th th the business bin methods Dtho of ofthe 01the ofthe
the bureau b Th T accountant at reported reportedthat reportedthat prte
tht that Mr Y Rogers RI wa unable unale to make mae maetr a atrial atrW
trial tr balance bo of his hi books bb or o tn give a astatement alect astatement
statement lect cf the various Ta fund IUe on lv hand handThere hd hdTra handThen
There Tra wo w no modern mom double db entry book bookweplng bk bkpmIJe bookkeeping
keeping pmIJe system Mr Meyer Ir brought buat up upthe upth upthe
the th situation luto at th the CaBinet Cdine meeting mtlnl to today t tda today ¬
day da and th the authority ahort of o President Pldet Taft Taftto Tat Tatto Taftto
to make m the th change cp wa wu obtained obtainedTh obt obtainedThe
Th The PaymaiterOoatrar Ptrenall Paymuter Ocaerals resignationwoa resignation rcUoa rcUoate
was the te expected elp culmination OllnUo of o a dispute disputewith dite ditewth disputewith
with wth Secretary 8tal Meyer W which beb ha h been beenwading beenpending n npdDI
wading pdDI for foraboutaix about aut ilx I month mot Early Er last lastwinter tt tttar lastwinter
winter tar friction rrco developed eYlop when wb Mr Mrtogen MrBogen 1
togen RI criticised cUd before bro th the House loU Naval NavalCommittee NAnlCoit NavalCommittee
Committee Coit th the Meyer Mw plan pl for th the neon neonganlzatlen reorEanixallon rr
Eanixallon ltloa of the t naval DYl establishment establishmentU etablaet
A U a 1 atsr staff f officer olcr Mr Roger Rln opposed opJ the theMeyer theI theMeyer
Meyer I reorgaalttUoa rleUo which placed placedcharge pJ placedcharge
charge c cf naval DYl affair aln largely lll in th thland the theb thehands
b hands land of lin l line ofDcen ole Mr M Meyer 1er had hadno h hadno
no objection to t Mr l Rogers Blr testifying testifyingbefore t1111 t1111bo testifyingbefore
before bo th 1 the committee omlt but h hadd he did not notregard Dotrf1 notregard
regard rf1 Kr H Rosen Rr U qualified qlUled either ether by bytraining b btDC bytraining
training tDC or eJJrleaoe experience to critid ctJe Criticise hi hireorganization hl his histeorpniratjon
reorganization rrlcton plan planIn pl
In I tii the e course ou of the modernization moerlctoa of ofh 01t ofthe
t the h departmental detl burin bln business method me Mr Mrileyer M MrMeyer
Meyer ler devoted dnot much muc attention atdon att ntlon to t the thelureau t thebureau
bureau lureau of supplies applM and a accounts Alta The Thanaval T Thenaval
naval na supply u fund he wa created ct by b Congnus Con Congrew C
grew a about abut atventeen uvet teen yean ra ago al for a ageneral aIral ageneral
general Iral stock Ik of supplies apUea from which whicheach whc whicheach
each eh bureau bta was to purchase to t suit ut Its II
flied at It 1 wai at limited lmt to1 C StTOOOM S7o and andCoogrea ad adCa andCongress
Congress Ca declined dwUed twice twc to Increase Ic this thiImlU t thislimit
limit lmIt Between 8 July Ju I 107 11 and a Sep Sepmbr 8p 8ptb Sepamber
tb amber 98k 33 IM Jt ltl tore worth o about abt S9 S9teoOM 1 a aMo000weetrshsfert <
Mo000weetrshsfert teoOM aOeratrr were transferred f upon up Mr M Rogen Rogencommendation 1a 1arfton Bogennoemetendation
commendation rfton to t the navy DY supply apl fund fundMr ru fundMr
Mr Meyer 1dy + thought that the fund
l J r tot tt t rld rldall a aadministered as asadoilMend
administered all b by Mr H Roger was Illegal Illegaland IIl IIla illegaland
and a asked ke AttorneyGeneral Atlml Wickorsham Wickorshamor Wlcb
ro for or aa opinion onion o oo n the tbuubJe subject Mr W1okmham Wlok Wlokrsham 0
rsham nb upheld up1 the t contention Ct Uo of Mr Mrtyr l MrMeyer
Meyer Yr In an opinion dated dt February Fbr 28 28ktt mLet
Let kttRelations I opo
Relations JlUn between b1 Secretary 8vt Meyer anc ancu and andh andhis
h his u bureau bu chief eel became acute 0t shortlyafter shortly shortlyafter Morl Morlatt
after thit date Mr fr 1 March
att It dat Meyer on 01 1ab 2 Issued 2iu 2issued
issued iu orders that th t the fund rd he b reduced reducedto ruO
to th te the legal I limit liit Mr Ir Rogers Rpora replied repliedwith repU repUwith repliedwith
with a recommendation that Mr
rmmdaUoa r Meyer Meyerask Meyerask 111r 111ruk
ask Congress Con to have haf the t existing order orderof orde
of thing tl legalized Iplz Th Te PayinasuMten PayinasuMtenral lle1a lle1aral
eral ral took tk th t the ground Id that tt to t the limitationplaced limitation limitationtlacad III IUon IUonpl
placed the fund by Congress
pl upon te f Ce was wasnodequat wasinadequate
inadequate i for the present prnt needs a of the thanavy t thenavy
navy naY Mr Ir Meyer r declined dcln to act a upon uponhi upoaIhil uponthis
this hi suggestion IU < ttioa and reiterated Ittrat his h in iniraotlon InItlon instructions
iraotlon Itlon that th the fund rd be b reduced reducedAfter ruo reducedAfter
After Ar six a weeks nb delay dlla the orders had hadnot h hadnot
not been ba carried ce out Ot by b1the the Paymaster Paymastorleneral Pr PaymasterOenenal
leneral Gnral and a Mr 1 Meyer lr had h to draft dt dtJetter a aetter aletter
letter etter to accomplish ampli hto h object obJt and issue issuetreetnptory Iu issuepramptory
treetnptory prmpl orders or for It lie transmission transmissionto tmion tmionto
to affected affectedMr actedMr th th the various ao bureaus bnua and navy n Y yards yardsaffected yardsacted
Mr Ir Rogers Rlra declined dHn to discus dl hi hiresignation h hs hsresignation
resignation rcto He ha b been ba Paymaster PaymasterGeneral PaterG PaymasterOenersl
General G since a November Nofrnb I 11908 11 906 He to i a anative aDtly anative
native Dtly of flan I n Francisco Fa He H entered fDtred the thenavy ta tanaT thenary
navy naT March 1ah L t 117 He li wa formerly
In n charge cha of th the naval rm uniform uniorm factory rator at atlie atthe t tthe
the lie New York Navy Na1 Yard Ta During Dun the theipanish theRpi theSpanish
Spanish Rpi Monterey lontereyAs lonf war w h b he served Irn on the t monitor monitorlonterey monitorlonf monitorMonterey
As A chief chf of th the bureau bu of supplies uppl and andaccount a andaccounts
account Iale Mr 1r Rogers naera had h the rank rk and andwy ad ador andplay
wy of a Rear R Admiral AdI He will resume resumeils rumo rumohi resumehls
hls hi ils status tatU u a pay pa director dt with the rank rankt rk rkor rankor
or or t Captain Cpt and ad will wil be b assigned c to a new newW Iew newfield
11 field W of duty dutyAt dut dutAt
At Mr Ir Meyer rIO suggestion today t Pay Paymaster P Paymaster ¬
master mut Charles Canard Con was relieved relnd from fromuty rromdut fromduty
dut duty uty In th the bureau and ordered orrod to thebattleship the thebattleship thebtUp
battleship btUp Nebraska Sebnu Paymaster Pler Conord Conordwas C
was os O one of the principal prp1 assistants tant to toPaymasterGeneral toPrral toPaymuterOeoeral
PaymasterGeneral Prral Rogers Rp Mr ro Mey Meyregard 11 11rfpr Meyer Meyerregards
regard rfpr Paymaster ter Conard C as the t brains brainsf
ot f the bureau bureauHsveral b bureauSeveral
Several Rnl month rthl ago al Paymaster Pter Conard Conardwrote Crd Crd1t Conardwrote
wrote 1t the t brief be abn embodying the view YI of ofw oft ofthe
t the w PaymssterG PtMn PoymasteOenerai neral when wht the legality legalityr lpt lptor
or r the th t navy naY supply fund wa questioned questionedry qutJone
b by ry tb th the Secretary 8t IUp Paymaster Ptr Conard C ha hawen b has hasbeen
ba been wen on duty dut In th the bureau bu since tlno Decem December Deoemher ¬
ber I IM IMBRAVE lt ltB8 l lRRAIE
BRAVE B8 < LITTLE LITLB OMVO nfKE nfKEHereditary oHr oHrRPltr DCKLHereditary
Hereditary RPltr Prme P a W f Otdmbartf oldb OI Save lit litAent HI tabAent
Aent Pram P Brwwng BrwwngXHCUI IreWc IreWcle DrowwlagBrad
Brad le Cpe c p Dtitd Dc > is I I TBS T an 3xSmix anBEBUX S
BEBUX Bn May K ITThe IT 17 The twelveyearold twelveyearoldHereditary twly1d twly1d1Irt twelve yesrold yesroldHeredltary
Hereditary 1Irt Grand Or Duke Dk Nicholas Mcl of Old Oldenburg Ol Oldenburg ¬
enburg b eldest ede son t of o the reigning Grand GrandXike Ord OrdD OrandDuke
Duke D rescued r hi b11 hissunt aunt th the Grand Or Duchess DueheMloria D DuchessPlane
Plane Me of o MacklcnburgAcfawtria Mklebut Mcklenburg hwerin from fromrowning rro fromdrowning
drowning dWlt lost Sunday SundayThe 8u
The Grand Or Duchess Dh had b Just jW stepped steppedinto steppedinto
into a boat bl when 1m U 1 suddenly adnl capslxad capslxadirowlag apeisdthrowing tepp t
throwing tII her h Into int six I fet rl ol 0 water waterrand waterGrand t
rand Or finks De Nicholas M who Iho wa n standee standeeon t
on tb t the pier Instantly It7 jumped JUp overboard overboardand 0
and a grouped pr th t the slaking t woman womanH 10
H Ue palled pulle her h to the surface ua and a al altough a although
tough t b h be wa reap not D strong 1 enough e to t get geter pthtr gether
her er out of th t the water wat H b he supported her heruntil he heruntil
until uW bto h shout e for ro h h1 help lp were we aupp answeredThe answered answeredThe r
The T Grand Or Duke Dke of o Mecklenburg Heklb ha haconerred b hascontend
contend Of the Grand Or Duchy Duc life lfe saving savingedalontbsboy tylnl tylnlmt caringmedal
mt medal edalontbsboy edalontbsboyHasMT o on l the b boy boylimner
limner Malta II MJU M is Knits KneiiROCXLAXD K KnitsROcXiAXD
ROCXLAXD RLI Mo i May 1TTie l7 IThe Th new nIlor nIlorp tor torpedo torpedo ¬
pedo boat bt destroyer Flua F Fluter r mad twelve twelverus twelverims
4 I
rims p over oe th t the measured mil aJ mileSh m course eU herei hereitoday I er ersoday t tatt
u anJur anJuren
today She e attained att ISJlknote M34 Se knots an fciur fciuraa Ju
aa 1 OB one run and bad 1 aa aieragepeed aVftrago p epaodef of I
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TO PUT ru CARXSfltB ARVElr IV RlfOVZK RlfOVZKncrote mfVZE mfVZEnet RROVZEnerole
ncrote net Eflg Eu c Stand It at Entrance EtD I IPlttstwrc la laPti tMtttborg
Plttstwrc Pti Institute InttltatPrrnacao bUat bUatralJ InstitutePrt
Prrnacao ralJ Prt acao May 1 17 IFor Former business businessassociate b businessassociates
associate M and partner putae of Andrew AndrewCarasgi Ar Andrewtkyngie
Carasgi Including 1 Charles C It I Taylor TaylorCharle Talo TaylorCharles
Charles ea 0 U 1 Bohwab Bwb William W E E Corey CoreyAtoxander C CoreyAlaander
Atoxander AJ R B Peacock Pol and a Judge Ju J M MRead I MRend
Read R bar hf decided de to erect e a statue statueof atu atuot
twice life lifesize llf llf1X0
size of Andrew Arw Carnegla Crell almost alOt twoe lre lreI
sizeThe I 1X0Th
Th status tatu tatu to to be b b of bronze b and a wll wllitand pill pillstand i
stand t on a marble mrl pdo pl pedestal > tal Inside ild th thntrano te teItc the theentrance
entrance Itc to th the Carnegie Ol Institute lnltt a aPittshurg aPttul at atPittsburg
Pittshurg Pttul Tb The Idea I ho b been b under underconsideration uer ueroeratl underconsideration
consideration oeratl for ro some time ti and a the tbecontract th thecontract
contract Otro ba bat been let l to J Matthew MatthewRbtnd ltthew ltthewJI Matthewltbiod
Rbtnd JI a New Ne York Yo iculptor alpr who I Inow Ia Iabow btow
now working oinl on the design dc None No o othe of oft ofthe
the t Carnegie C veteran et will wi toil 11 the amount aroounof at ato amountof
of o money mo to be invented Inf in th the statue statuebut statubut tU
but bl It to t understood undert that tt It win 1 cost C y MOOO MOOOIt u0ooIt 0
It wa was meant ft to to urprtoe u Mr Ir Carnegie Camegtewhen Carnegiewhen trtp trtpW
when W he visit yt America Amrlt pin next yosr yosrbut yarbut r rbt
but bt the tb news ni got 10 out when wht a committee committeevlalted oommlt committeerutted
rutted Tll the Institute InUtute and a marked mared tbe tbeplaoa tbepoe theplace
place where It a 0 > statue will standUiLIFAUKELSIIRAL stand standMILKAVKEVS
poe b at wil t t1I11
Or Rather RtfT lets t Kurtsosh tllh Free t Army te terrt t tnr torec
nr nrlL rrt Hire HireiUy AareMinwavus
Minwavus lL II May 17 nDr Dr WlI WlIColby WPl nUii nUiiColby = s sColby
Colby Bucket of the United States 811t Publi PubliHealth PublioIIMIth Pubbohealth
Health and Marine Hospital Service hasreceived has hasreceived batraoyed
received leave Ita of absence for a year Mr to toaccept toaocept toaccept
accept the th post of Health Commission Commissionof
of Milwaukee MilwaukeeThe mwaukteThe
The Information Is contained In a adespatch adNpatch adeepatdh
despatch to the Milwaukee rnuk Journal Journalwhich Inml41wblch Joinedwhich
which says that Dr Rockers furloughwa furlough
wa granted by b direction of President PresidentTaft PresldenTaft PrtsIdntTn
Taft and that Hurgeon SurgeonGeneral Oene al Wyman Wymanwould Wmnwould Wymanwould
would so advise Mayor Emil Seldrl of Mil Milwaukee Jlllwaukee 11 11waukM
waukee who tendered the appointment appointmentto
to Dr Rucker
Kstbnale Indicate a Defeat for Prohlbl Proilibltlon Prohibities Prohlbllien
lien lienDcxrgn tiesDartanColMay17That i iDunn
Dunn DartanColMay17That Col May 1417 17 That Denver ho hasgone hogone I
gone wet seem muted by h the scattering scatteringreturns scatteringreturns Iterlng IterlngretUrnll
returns received at oclock The bettini bettinion bttttincOD
on a wet majority majorltlanow know J to 1 with little littledry Uuledry littledry
dry money mooe11n in sight sightD aIhtDIIrt sightDefeat
D Defeat feat of the twenty Wlllt year water ter fran franchtoe francb1ee ft ftclues
clues to also Indicated IndicatedTbe IndicatedThe indicatedThe
The ballot b a long Ion one on and Its compos compostion oompoeitJon
tion so confusing to the average voter voterthat TO TOthat voterthat
that accurate estimate of the result mulcannot rNUltCJUlnot resultcannot
cannot be made readobefore before midnight and pos possibly polalbl7 po poibly ¬
sibly not before morning morningTb
Tb The dry maintain that they will carry carrythe Orrrthe carrythe
the city elt but the estimates of can careful carefulotenera Irefulobaerrere fu fuobserver
observer at 1 the poll are re that the wets wotwill wvtawill wetswill
will have at t least Sooo majority majorityTbe
The election wa peaceful ful and Dd with fineweather fine fineweather floeweathr
weather a heavy hM YJ vote was polled polledALL pollodALL polledALL
Whate Lesbians Legislature IafaIU liar Appeal Appvam I IIn
m naihlastM fer Kxpasltlan KxpasltlanNnr FltI FltINaw FhtesittenNiw
Nnr Oauux May fa 17 ITA A resolution resolutionwa reaoJuUoaIntnlduoed
wa Introduced la the Legislature today todaythat toda todat todaythat
that t the entire body bod go to Wuhin Washington tOD on onMay onMay
May n the date bid by b71Jae the Foreign ForeignAffaire JoorellDA11in FaeigfAmin
Affaire Committee to hear a Louisiana LoulnadeJepUon Louisianadelegation Louisianadelegation
delegation In favor of New ew Orleans as the thelogical th thIoical thelocal
logical point for the expedition to be held heldIn hldIn heldin
In honor of the completion of the PanamahnaL Panama PanamaCanal PanamaOuIaL
Canal A large committee had been I ap appointed alpolnl4ld appointed ¬
pointed by the exposition committee but buttha hulthe butthe
the legislators want to adjourn for three threedays thrwday thncia
day cia to be present at the hearing It will wllbe willbe willbe
be impossible for Goy Sanders to go un unless una unlees ¬
less this b done He beaded l the com committee comrnittee ¬ I
mittee mlt ll which went to Washington in inMarch Infarch inMarch
March and secured what hat they thought thoughtwas
was the support cf the President PresidentTbe
The indications are that the resolution re3lutionwill
will be adopted and that ISO Louisiana oulsianalawmaker Louisianalawmaker a alawmak
lawmaker will descend on the Capitol Capitolirotf CapitoLITOVE CapitoLWoUCV
WoUCV irotf V AIIEAO IX 1 tnr ARTPint tnrFlntl tnrPint
Flntl Pint 9 Mares ria and I More 1lIenn loreUaenMcoped loreUaenMcopedin Kenan Mceeped MceepedIn
In at a t Paris Pine An rtt Kcheel rtrheelDori KcheelAfttttl HthIJlftlel
Afttttl Dori CO CINI Drts Deeplra > t > t It Ins Tn TnPua art 3cxPARIS artPants
PARIS May M4 17 171 M Bonnat director directorof
of the School of Fine Artannounces Arts innouncee that thatas Ih4tthe
as the result of the competitive exami exuainations examination fUIJlinationa ¬
nation for entrance to that school the theIrst lheftrtt thefirst
first three places pl were won won wogby by h women womenSeven WOIOtl18eTen womenSeven
Seven other women are listed 1 among amongthe amQnjtthe amongthe
the flnt sixteen plaeee which Insures Gov Governmental OIl OIlIru ievernmental ¬
ernmental Iru positions for those so listed
REtiOAR HAD SKI SKIThe 851The I Init
The Remit efTwa of Two Days Oahll lethlly m Yeartenth Year Kaiirtrrnth IlMlrttfllib
tenth Htreel rt lie Ma MaWilliam Mat MatWilliam > s s111lam
William C Cooper who said that he had hadno badDO budno
no home was in the night court oourtlut loot night nightcharged nightcbarpd nightcharged
charged with < th begging He was w arrested arrestedin
in F Ftnth rt enth street at 1 the Instance ofJames of ofJames oflmel
James Forbes of the th Society for the Pmrentlon Pre Prevention rrYfntJOI1 ¬
vention of Charity Imposture and 161was Ml Mlwas III IIIu
was u found In his pockets Cooper said saidthat Midthat saidthat
that was the result of two days da work In InFourteenth IIIFOIIrlffltlh inFourteenth
Fourteenth street where be sold a he was waspeddling WAIedd1IOC wasCddppng
peddling He H street had no license and the Ih Mag lh Ia K ¬
istrate bed him himO 3 3VO J JSO
rmecessary tIIIIft Rsjs All ale the Majar JItot Vetoes a aSidewalk aIldealk aRldeiealk
Sidewalk GrantTwo Grant GrantTwo GranlTwo
Two weeks ago the Aldermen A rma n passed passeda
a resolution rtl lltlon permitting Dr William illbm H SLMay HMay HWa1
May to tohoannt bare a ssrvsnt In uniform unlformlf4tlontd unlformlf4tlontdIn stationed stationedIn
In front of hill house to attend to the arnlsgee car carriage carrIape ¬
riage of his patient In vetoing nloin theresolution the theresolution thelutlOD
resolution lutlOD the Mayor wrote yesterday yesterdayto terda terdato
to the boardThe board boardThe boardThll
The resolution to wholly who unneces unnecessary unneolfltar unnecestry ¬
tar Dr William Sullivan May M may dress dresshto dlNllh drawhis
his h nun and also himself In any an coo cosUISOM cootomes
tomes K lie sees fit without the permis permu1m permbsiou permission ¬
sion of th the Board of Aldermen AldsrmsnArlcenai AIdrmanArluaa AldermenArtisans
Artisans Beet t Ilatel Burnt BurntPBOBUX BurnsPaoxxlx i iPIIODas
PBOBUX Aria May fa l7Th Adams Adamsth Adanathe I Ithe
th the largest 1 and beet known hotel of tdAdroua ofAritona oArifCDt
Aritona burned this morning causing causingTh caualni auaingetWto
I etWto UIIO UIIOn roes roesThe
Th n fir started in th the basement neat near nearth rearthe I
th the elevator shaft at 6 A M making maldn th thescape the thattaLpe theescape
escape of th the IM guests difficult and anddangerou anddangerous I
dangerous The building a four story dorybrick storytriek atorbriClilI
brick briClilI structure was ablaze all over withintwenty within withintwenty withintnntv
twenty minute minuteOov mlauttllGot minutesfor
Got and Mrs Sloan who were resident residentIn t tin IID
in th 1M hotel ho escaped red with little more thantheir than thantheir thantheir
their night I t attire Their little daughter daughterwa datachrwaOI
wa waOI was earned td to safety fety by the night clerk clerkRalph olerkRa clerkRai
Ralph Ra Punt of Draper Dr Pr 8 D died of ofexcitement ornoltemeat ofexcitement
excitement during durin the tb fire flreMtrrttt fI firepnetgt
Mtrrttt and Grand Jury Arrested ArmlrdPATIMOX ArrestedParinwx rrttl rd rdPAT1tUOIr
PATIMOX N J May fa 17 178herilr Sheriff John JohnUnder IohnRaatrier JohnRanefer
Under Deputy Sheriff Burpo and the thewentytwo tbetwentCwo thetwentytwo
wentytwo members bera of the present presentaaiaie pntPuaaic presetPassaic
Passaic county OOUflt Grand Jury were arrested arrestedd
td d taken kill Into court 00Ul at Passaic k1 today teik teikBe I C
The T e Grand Jury was out en an kwpeetiea kwpeetieatowr lessptcypetour I It
tour la automobfle 1ItomO le Going through RroulhI
Passaic H to eharged their hft up a high highg hichspeed
I speed g sad a Uoyelo bioi pettaeman ehased ehasedthem II III
them rounded OB the settee lot a4 leek seekthem t leek1MM ek ektkembeferrhtforPe
I them tkembeferrhtforPe helm Chief Chief4f Pelee < Kendry Th ThWef
Wef 4f fr wptIMr paroled ie4 sham t appear ta wmrt to ee i
1 iI I
POLICEMAN CALLED IX IXStenographer DtmolftplOf INStinegraphee
Stenographer Kerbr mr 1 Says an Part ef Bat BatItagerl BalIlncrrl flatlisgerls
Itagerl Testimony Abet Ole Lawter LawterMenanndnm ta1l1 r rHftlloraacJunl rIrmonndnm
Menanndnm Was Introe lntraeGtnI lntraeGtnIIlore Gtrt GtrtMore
More netaUfPrhata letter Abort AoeoJO
O W Perkrafs s Trip ta t Alaska Ala Patio PatioeedLawler 1ft 1ftdDetdLaIf tatradaeed
daeed dDetdLaIf Lawler Deaenace Garfield CarfleldPsaehat Oarftfl4Pbot GarfieldPbehot
Psaehat and Urandrls u Corrupt corraptmKlrllrwanll Corrnptereaf en enaf
af KtrbjrnanU It en the Rreord RreordKwern a aIIwam as asSworn
Sworn TaThen It Ue Gives th the JI J Jla b bt
la I BrandedTart Name l Bread Breadto lttl ggbtIn lttlID
to OftraCeramlUdtmen Ofttn < ommlllltl1Itn Irritated IrrltatnlH IrritatedAIIHIKOTOf IrritatedWASi1x0ter
WASi1x0ter AIIHIKOTOf H May lIa 17 ITFmfrlck Frederick M MKerby Mlterb hiKirby
Kirby lterb the stenographer who was dis dismissed dl dlml dlmissed ¬
missed by h Secretary lar Balllnger becauii becauiiof
of bill charge In regard to the socalled socalledLawler IIOCantdlawler socalledLawler
Lawler memorandum tnOlll randum took the stand bt btfore b brore t tfore
fore the BalllngerPlnchot Investigating Investigatingcommittee InYl8tlptlncommltl investigatingcommittee
committee e today and under the auld geldonce guidance auldI ¬
once of Attorney Brandeis embellished emSMIUhsdbto
I bit previous statement statementOscar ltatementI statementOscar
I Oscar Lawler the Assistant Attorney AttonwyGeneral AttorM1I AttorneyGeneral
I General for th the Interior Departimtit JGrilll1l t wh whwaa who whowas 1 1Wat
was designated < l hy It President Taft T rt rtwrite U Uwrite towrite
write the exoneration letttr tlu a as If he him himself himeel himself
self were nt President al also o was on thi th wit witness witnNII witflees ¬
ness stand and between the two they th pro produced produced produced ¬
duced the greatest stir that his occurred occurredat
at any an session of the committee commlttwBefore commlttMDelore committeeBefore
Before th the day was over the Presidents Preiideetname Presidentsname t tnme
name had frequently been drawn rlr Into the thacontroversy tll4lconlronrt thecontroversy
controversy the lie had been pasaei b btween be betWfI between
tween witness wltn MIl an < l counsel member ol olthe orthlt ofthe
the committee hal clashel a wit Ire Irehad ew ewtad etthad
had been oompellul to apologize for li
temperate language and the women speotalon tpeo tpeotaton I ItaIora
talon hail been n aroused to a demonstra demonstration dlDIOnotrtlon
tion which led to a call for a Capitol Capitolx Cpltoipoliceman Capitolpoliceman
policeman x > lleem n to maintain order orderStump orttorSlump orderStump
Stump speeches pwseraw from the witness wltn stand standfrom ston1from lanifrom
from attorneys and from the oommltte oommlttetable oommlttetlable oomnitteitable
table were common occurrence In the tinecourse th theoune thecoune
course of the day rI and so Intense was th theellng Ihflln the thefeeling
feeling flln arouseJ over the attempt of At Attorney A Atorne1 Attorney ¬
torney Brandeis to discredit dl rlYJlt President PresidentTan I ITaft
Taft In the present muddle that Senator SenatorHoot Senatorl1ootIIIU SenatorRoot
Hoot l1ootIIIU was twice stirred to the point where wherete wh whhe
he te thumped the table vigorously and de denounced d dnounod donounoed ¬
nounced the attack upon the President PresidentWIIKBB PrealdlnLWllalla Presidentwtteti
WIIKBB KBRBT COME cn tU IX IXThe urnit ixThe
The developments of the day da showed showedplainly bowedplaml showedplainly
plainly that the GUvlsGarfleldPinchot GUvlsGarfleldPinchotcombination ObvLaOarfllldPtnahooomblnallon Olarh Oarfleld Plnchot Plnchotcombination
combination Intend to use Kerby Kerb to bring bringout brineou bringout
out ou further confidential oon dfotlallnrormal1on Information which whichIB
be IB ha baa In his postecslon poeses ion In regard to theaffairs th thaffaire the thearralra
affaire of the Interior Department To Today To1lA1 Today ¬
day Kerby Ktrb testified that that1r Mr Balltager alll ffalliagerhad ffalliagerhadplanned pr had hadplanned hadplanned
planned to supplant F FII II Newell director directoror dl r ror
or th the reclamation service nloo by K IL IIThomson ILlbomeon ILThomson
Thomson former city engineer of olSeattle ofaulo ofSeattle
Seattle auloThil SeattleThis x xThl
This testimony ieIIb1i Ieet 11 it i f f furnished t Th The pretext pretextfor
for or calling for letters that had pad paistibetween padbetwlCn pasedbetween
between Mr Thomson and Mr Balllnger Balllngerand
and between Secretary Balllnger and andGeorge and0f0111l andGeorge
George W Perkins of the firm of J P PMorgan Porgan PMorgan
Morgan organ A Co The letters Uera showed that thatSecretary that8IntArT thatServerary
Secretary Bollinger bAd endeavored to toC toKft toget
get C t Engineer Thomson to accompany accompanyGeorge aooompanGforge accompanyGeorge
George W V Perkins rklM on an Alaskan trip tripast triplut triplast
last summer 11 mmn This trip as IIBalllulfr Secretary SecretaryBallinger SecretaryItalliuger
Ballinger outlined it in confidential com communications communicallona communicatlon ¬
munications was 11 to exploit Alaskan rain rainng mIaIng minbig
big ng and railroad propertied Later r how howtver bowPr however
ever Pr an shown by the correspondence correspondenceSecretary corTtlllpondenooSacnotary correspondenceSecretary
Secretary lUHInger IlatJln r advised ady Oed ThomaoQ ThomaoQnot
not to go but arranged with Thomson Thomsonto
to recommend another engineer t r to ao aooompony GO GOoomplUly accompany
company Mr r Perkins PerkinsIt
It hat h been Ihe contention of the Glavi GlaviInohot OliJ a aPinchot
Inohot J combination that I Secretary Secretaryialllnger SfcrfllarBalllnCfr SecretaryBallinger
ialllnger was playing Into the hand of olh ofIh ofthe
Ih the h MorganGuggenheim lorltanotllC m syndicate in tk tknatter the theIMIIr thematter
matter of the UI Cunningham Alaskan coal eealclaims coalclaims I IoIm
claims and the introduction of today todayotter todaysletters o 1a1f
1f letters otter > to regarded a as a sharp move on tb tbu the Ibepart thepart
part u rt of Attorney Altom Brandela to emphasix emphasixM
I I this M charge chargeYoung ehargYoung ohar oharoIID <
Young oIID < Kerby Kfrb appeared ap almost like tkefAMlic a aanatfo afanatic
fanatic on the 0 witness In stand declaring declaringagain dealfineapin declaringagain
again and again ajtl n that he was a martyr to
he truth He seems a level htadad h ed youngman young youngnan rouncInan
nan and held < t hi his own In fencing with withinalor wi wiNoonlor withSenator
Senator Root and other able lawyers oa oahe oqIlito onthe
he committee committeeLAWLER rommlltrtLAWLER committeeWwtxa
LAWLER UNIM RIM TKUrKK TKUrKKAnitlant TlwnAlllliitant TWItaAssistant
Anitlant AttorneyGeneral ltom attorney Oeneral nlrnl Lawler lawl r org otttie 01th orgthe
th the tie other bandwa spectacular oular rhetorioxl rhetorioxland htorioand
and denunciatory and made a poor Im Imire 1mpnoloo Impreelon
pnoloo ire ion as a witness Itn It wo was after L Law Lawr Lawter w wer
ter er r had aceu accused ccu r < i Garfield and Plnchot of oluiving ofttyln ofhaving
having ttyln corrupted the youthful stenor stenornpher ItenOrlheor etenopni
npher ni her that the Ih women supporters of th thormer the theronnlr theformer
former Secretary rctary of the Interior and the thoormer theformer 1
former ormer forester hissed This Irritate lrritet4iwler Irritaterwler irrftat4I4wier <
iwler to such a degree that be turned oa 011Ihtm ot1them i ihem
hem with this remark remarkSnake remarkRnakce remarkSnakes
Snake and geese make noise Ilka Ilkathati II IlkoUstl I
thati UstlKerbys thatiKerby tha
thaKlrb1 Kerby testimony tended to show that thallOArlle1d j jlarfleld jGarfield
Garfield and Pinchot had both had a hand handIn j jn
In n obtaining from him information which whichte
be te had got in a confidential capacity M Mtenographer ustenographer i
stenographer to Secretory Balllnger BalllngerCerby DallinlterKfrb1 BallingerKerby
Cerby admitted that he had m mea t Garfiekl Garfiekln
in n Pinchot home but ba denied that ba b I 1had Ilad Ihad
had been induced by b either lIh Mr Piuehot PiuehotrMr PIQCboor Pinehotor
or rMr lIr airfield to give up his information j jKerliy iKerb jKerby
Kerliy Kerb was the tb first witness wltn today to and sadJ 1 1J IJ
J J Verities ertraN Mr rr Balllnger attorney attemerat j
at t once started a line of question to show ohorrtat aho ahothat showthat
that tat exSecretary or oUhe the Interior IntedorJama Jama JamU JamUOarfteld U Uarfleld ItGarfield
Garfield had Inspired Kerby charge on onSaturday 0 08alurda onSaturday
Saturday SaturdayKerby 8alurdalrb SaturdayKerby
Kerby lrb aid be bad had an Interview wttti wtttii wkbJr withMr
Jr i Garfield about February IS tact at atIfford a aGillord aOlfford
Ifford Pinehots house In Washington Washingtont
at t which be had asked ked that he b be net netcalled ReCotJled netcelled
called a II a witness uVtb be case If it could couldyolded b bavoided be beavoided
avoided avoidedI
I wished to retalnmy position It ooM ooMKerby aaldKerb aaklKerby
Kerby and Mr Garfleld a Oarf eldtoldmetoc le told m too many manymen mapmen manymen
men had already aJred been sacrifloed la lids tUlscontroversy tWlewmtroYGra lidscontroversy
controversy controversyBU1EUBE1IED ewmtroYGraaDlIWJIUED controversyaaun
BU1EUBE1IED aaun tamtgn aLAVISS I CASK CASKWhy weeWhy
Why 11 did you assume that your yet teed tamUraony t tmOD1 teedmony
raony would cause ClUIIOour your dlamtosalf inter interjected ifttrjlded interjetted
jetted Repreaeatatlve Denby DenbyI
t t I knew what had happened to Glavk Glavkreplied OfritI Olavkreplied
replied piled Kerby quickly quicklyIn qulcklla
In reply ntpl to a rapid Are of questions from fromMr rromlIr fromMr
I Mr Tertree Vert Rspresentative Reptea ntalive Denny Denbyaad DenbyaadChaIrraD od odChairman andChairman
Chairman Ketoen Kerby told In detail detailbow detailbow I III
II bow ho he bad como to make Jill statement itatementKe
I Ke sold that about th the time tI tITI President PresidentTafta PresidentTafts
Tafta letter < wa received exoaeraHeg exoaeraHegSeeretary es erac8HretarJ lsg lsgSecretary
Secretary BaWager he had had a talk with wkhHugh wkltHY withHum
Hugh HY Brawn former secretary te Mr MrGarneM Xc0aIAehI FrOarAeM
GarneM la whieh he had dropped tb r rmark re remark re remark
mark that the Presidents letter bad tee teeIn heej heejprepared
prepared In NI stiishrHnfMi vvcwwssw I v In M INN flUa MnTVHnT7 MnTVHnT7otBe miry mirytMagers sVdilA a isj > I
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