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t tier Hr olnnrl I a IrSjoden 1Aad n Freeman Freemant
t r + t i tvt W iviparrt I Ta Taa six sixrant SrxI
I w rant Mar I 11 I Cot Theodore Roo Roorr ftoo ftoor KooraApr
rr Apr r r receiving rf th tM freedom of the thed theCler
d Cler I I 1PI ndon > n In Iho Guildhall todayt today todayrtireii toda todai
t rtireii > i the English I Ellh on their policy In InI
I Arc Hefern o touching on the lb Egyptian Egyptianq EOptlaafIl
q fIl < e tion n hn h wut warned m1 + etl hl hit + bearer that thatvlMt thatwhit
whit 111 tw h wa Pinz lln to say T might dla dlopi dlapivf d driH
pivf pi sr Mm vm m And th then n hn h proceeded p + 1 to toH toHf toear
Hf rt rtR
HfII H routed Ir lwd the British Empire for doing doingork doingarrpt
I arrpt I work ork fli for civilizr tlon tad nd then epoka poke pokeoiv pokBt
Bt a t oiv 1 x I an n American but a radical radicalietl radlcali
li AM s ietl I I not a mock mn < k democrat What Whathe WhatdrKi
drKi n > he h wa wai living he h said was tn hInnn1 tndecd tn4tre
4tre < i onlv tn accordance with Ith the lb prln prlnafitrt prtn11I111 prinnptn
afitrt in whiJi whi hId h 1 have myself toted uin as asan
an tmerioan l Ire > ir + ident in dealing with withj
t Ihllrrln Ihllrrlnn
j T n > e Colonel said that event since the toteIINMMtin tb tbttuwiMtinn theUM
ttuwiMtinn UM IM linn of th the Egyptian Premier PremierI
I had shown hn thit th + t the English policy erred erredIE
IE vital M I iinis ml The error proceeded proceededfrom
from Ir rn nn o eT frl > rt to do too much and lId not too toolitte toof
litte I rte f He warnrd hi has hearer that timid timidtr
tr t rod nd entim ntlmfnl4l1t ntality might cruse evenmere even evenmnre elnI
mere I Ur rMshinR harm than violence violencen
n 91 > H > IrjuMice InIII Then he explicitly told toldrtezland told11llnti toldFaghnd
rtezland to I rd rile 1 K t Egypt ypt pt properly pro rly or get It out outIt
It I i ro 0 i non n vrt t to L judge what effect effectroi lffctrnl
rnl Roo Rooerlrs evelt plain talk lie will 111 have on onui ontII ontts
ui tts fnglrh mad l Itt t alone Ion that of the theFxvrmn tbtrrtLn theFgrprotn
Fxvrmn but unquestionably what whatteemed whatmM ht htchIIT
teemed mM c chiefly u l1y to strike hi hie actual etu liearem liearemhe
sr 1 h he upeakern coiirrge and nd boldness boldnesw baldnIII
w Uftrilmz twlll such a tubjrot In such a man manr
e r Tie T Tn former President prevlewt4dtrx previous previousviJr
t4dtrx viJr d A nn n the h Continent had not pre prea prepA
pA a > rd hue hi itdlencn a dirnc Iin for anything of the theat tbel tbelwt theMet
Met wt I
nurJtul at riitit riititI
I I < s lie Nisi pan 1r of the tb address dolr be Ibe111I therxh beaid
aid e < lintne1 with llh complacent ap approve p ppor pffI
prove ffI i nut after a few sentence ollne refer refernB rarernno
nB nno < 10 E hrrll Tpi the Colonel hearers sat artep satup MIliP
up and hel It htlnf l ned < 1 to every word ord to Ih Ihfln Ihe IheIIntiI lbAalsk
IIntiI fln k Krnm rm time to time an n tipreiwion tipreiwionirpn
> irpn < > e would flit croat the tb face facef
f the II ren rrr > n i on hnplalform Theltlght TheltlghtHni ThIUbI1Irn The lUght lUghtliar
liar 1Irn trn rnir v J I lialfour the former Prime4mor Prime PrimeUni rrlmlI
Uni 4mor ier ami lI leader of Opposition t he h 1e 1esir Ii Iicatefn I
sir 1 caret ly wash lIh a alight Inscrutable Inscrutableinent
inent m sat I tisfam ha I face If Once or twice he raised raisedi raisedIybrnws
II i Iybrnws erebrnn b and nrt once oortieppJlldfld oortieppJlldfldI or twic applauded applaudedI I
I speaker ofHk speakerItd4r peketIt 1 1tl
Itd4r It v d4re M a < ha half4trd has creattd a considerable eontiderableenoation considerablesenMunn
enoation IIn Had it been h fft made by a promt promttert
art po pno trian of any an other nationality nationalitythe pationalilth
the th effect If mutt have ha been electrical pl electdet1Ir ri riI
1 Ir was h hernly applauded by th the Aldermen Aldermentt I I11I
e tt the Cuynf ity yr f IxvrxlonNnd the whol audi audime audiea udlI
ea me I tIIiffd lauaV urr 4 < l beartily LNrtU when Ihe the Colonel Colonelmd Colonelsad I
md mdIf if 1 1If If r t1 vi Pal fe i nt you 1 hire h nht the right rightt I It
t b tt in EgTpi 1 and nd rstablist ItIi and nd keep kenprd keeprdar I IMr r
rd Mr < r iMrr then by b all mean get out of ofn ofk j jii
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lUISOrlllllllttJ 11ttlal UlkllI1t UlkllI1tn l X Xik
n n + salty of th the marnlflcr > nt ntat CIrIIIdU OntWhsllse
se at fllM 1 by h IMS oclock when bn the Ih Ix lord lordIr lordtlvar > rd rdMamr
Mamr Sir John Knill and nd lady Knill Knilltred Knrlltrd Inallnd
tred and nd too tOQe sets 11 in hn h eentr Itr of ofi nlIa
i Mts > Ui Ia Then Th n th thi gueiti p < neIts 1 of honor who whoedttaedal whoed 110 110fd
fd edttaedal lb the dale were r announced nnoun separately separatelyi
I i j ey included many American AmericanThe m rJcan rJcanI
I The Therdf rdf abierl Ihs wa rrprfwentnl Jf nt1 hy Sir SirMwsrd Rlr11rd
Mwsrd ti Grey G Ihn Ih Minister of Foreign Foreignlr Fnrr
4tf1l lr and John flirnn ihf th President rrtl lnl of ofIxMl 01I ofInrtl
I IxMl Government G rnmeol Hoard and the thenistry Ihsitry 1 1I
I nistry by tI former Premier Btlfoir Btlfoirw
w w s > warm rm reception JlUfln Other Uthersrn m the theif Ih Ihthe
if rrti were th the BWiop RIn of Imdon Imdontr inndnnhvr
tr if Cromer mmfr the former Minister Slinbternr iniltfrn
1 n nr r > > Egypt I tntd > rd Strathrona the Ihetnadun Ih Ihntfl thetna4nn
tnadun ntfl Huh Comm CommiWoner Inner the I II mite nwsf
d f te n w dly ty companies nnil n1 the presl preslf 11 11r
r d f fn royal royllIOclti1 royllIOclti1111f societies societiesniins societiesam
am niins sag the women present were Mr Mrr Mrsu
1 r ii vit Silo s Ethel Roonvelt and Mr Mrss Mrv fra fralr
v ia s > nportb lnT lr > orth who ho for once 011 lost lostr
° r in renrttr > niitv n 1 the usher < r announcing In aennrin a an aI
> ennrin n > rii I vote 0 Mrs tf rs and nd HM II Misses Missestits MlsurnrtlR 11 11t
t p
tits UIoKIIL IINlit LATPooi LAT IATKoo IATItrtro
Pooi oo < rell drove rtro through a pelting peltingfrom Ihlolfrm pallingfrom
from Dorchnater House Hnu < the reel rrslf
tar f mlutor Am MMtdor Reid to the Ih Guild Guildi
i 10 The TIt i olonel l with Ambassador R Reid Reidrtln i < l lft ds
s ft rode rtln In Ih the lord Mayors Iynr erni ernit senthA
A amttedrawnbyfourhorses t ije 1 drawn by tI fourhorsei lout hrllf The TheM rbeIh rherlsva
M rlsva Ih irn s famous fat maehmvi ona8h n n In Int
N > t 01 i I tar at plush breeches br h1IiIk silk stock alockT Inckf
T f n T 1 < + nat at aid white wt t wig lit sat eelm on theM the
Of r fat fatr rv hntr > t tt
r > ninnI mne in wa Will du due u at t the Ih Guildhall Guildhalllock I II I
I lock Ir jlc > but the municipal car art
t < sis 4 au tn In mlling for him at t Dor DorH OorI
H e It 111lI t was therefore th rore KM KMHI If SO SOe
HI I e > n the rhlnnd land nti in the thrIr1ltruck gallery struck struckI I t
r I A r > pn 1nlltI e l Ia rd d Banner Flinn r and ntl th IhC IhCz
nlf z row W of blue cloaked odlcnr omoer4r odlcnrA I
A 1 4r 01 d f the n new freeman to a seat on ont aniR
10 > iR at t I the h lord Mayor The Th 1n tyownP > wn wnrie
P rie t 4Utely < 1 asked out Order Orderer
0 er t 1 i nmrt ft of the Common Com man Coun Count Caun1 Caun1Wfle
+ t
r w Wfle fii wa was to read the order orderdirecting nrderdirecting rdrrtlr
directing rtlr IA the th presentation presentationhe I It
t I he rnrrv n rsrv freedom of the th city In Inoj a ak
k oj r i o of I Roosevelt Sir JosephI Joseph I II
I l00 hamherteln ln of London LondonH IoOdon1
H t rri rt a onpy of the Ih resolutionS resolution I
+ S A ask asksf tk oIeI t tiimtn
sf I iimtn t let to the II memory memo of King
Mwtrrj t t i hamherUta passed tc tti1IJ n nt aIngy
< t ingjr of tol Roosevelt ando and nd ndoil
oil I > v prrsnttnt vrr ntlnfc the casket to top totn torne
p tn e 4mq m rne time oflerlng him the thef th thI
I d f fellowship fellowshipei fellnwe p prwrLYalT
lOOotnlT aezsae aezsaes ItA51
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s ei t who 110 had arisen ar grasped graspedtains gropedra
ra isms 141 hand and nd the town townie town I
r ie 1 c awl Order Orrtforjr order In InfY a aolonel ao
fY ok olonel nl with ith note In his i iefrr I
or ° owi efrr r d hU address rtdr Ant re rer nor
or r s r > ohbmness MvMf ltltn inefM of King Ki Kdl Kdlwhose Frl Frlr rt
r 1 I A st whose kfte funeral merit h said sskll Id I
t 11 l > Iwriior to represent tbe theThe I IThe
p The addrrsa s eeeuplej eeeuplejI I
t I rta it m it I its delivery 1111 The TbeihesrtHy n1I n1j i
I I it
1 j hesrtHy artlty for myself I 1flora Itint I1Jffft1l1ll
tint lieoaiisn I know that tbaLta I IiniM
° done < is to ta takes po pon pt ptm <
m n if 1 t Ih hn rMp respect fct ct and friendly j
C 1 li more If and a aed d mere a u time tlmIInrt times j ji
s r i knit tegethertherTngllab tegethertherTngllabrv loPtMr the English fIneJiabA i
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ry to n make you 841 any n ad adthank adIltaftkl adrry
rry thank tin hear 1 of mere meref marefer
f Ir r i u speak and I knewrr knew knewr
rr r fo have e m speak epeiken epeikenen ea eart 811Ie
en Ie yes H SO SOI
+ rt on r fAwe1 Pete Peteat I Ij
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DIP 3fvova JUIO J cur ann HRAIDT HRAIDTHarvard RRAWliarerd rAID rAIDIlanard
+ Harvard Atnt thkl t Mast tts Iliad SUnd Trial e eadtaalgtrls en enI enlrheelgtMs
I adtaalgtrls Charge ChargeCANBMDOE CtursMas Claaltlo
o CANBMDOE CA BIUDO Mas ir May Si8ward
Cburchlll Simon 1111 Harvards crack crackqurt onckquarter crackquarter
quarter r mil runner a point winner In the theHarvardTat
HarvardTat HarYard Tate mint and a contteder COIIt tedIn In tt ttmUrrollfgltte
mUrrollfgltte meet bud h W recently tlJ in
Philadelphia pleaded not guilty to tinecharge th thcharge the thechare
charge of hair slashing today wtin wtinarraigned shnarraigned l1ea l1earrall1lrd
arraigned In th tbe South Boston polio poliocourt polloerourt polkacourt
court He ne8 was held In WOO 100 for a hearing
June Jun g and boil wa given for his ap appearanoe ppetranot appearanoe
pearanoe pearanoeSimons petranot81moaa pearanoeSimon
Simons whose home Is In Paaadtna PaaadtnaCal Paaadt11Cat
Cal was U a contender In tbe lb Knight of ofSt ofSt
St Flnbar athletio garats 111 yesterday t y inSouth in inSouth inBoutb
South Boston After aiding tb the Harvardrelay Harvard Harvardrelay ItnardI
relay I team to capture captulta Its event and nd fall faillag falllag raillac
lag to place himself In the lb quarter mile mileSimon mite8lIDOIIA mileSimon
Simon donned dOllo hi street t clothe and andmingled alldm1Dtd andmingled
mingled with Ith the picnicker picnickerMiss pl picnickerMiss lollra lollraS1aa
Miss UIHan M8antangloaSomTvile M8antangloaSomTvileHigh M Bantanplo RolDtnllle aSomervilleHigh RolDtnllleHleb
High hoot girl of 1 II was 8 watching watchingthe tcblae
the contests from the aide line Un when hM she shefelt aher1t shefelt
felt a tug tu a at 1 her braid She 811 turned aboutand about aboutand abollland
and saw w a young man running toward tb tbexit t tI the theexit
exit It from th thllroltadA thllroltadAAt the grounds groundsAt
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At the son moment she realized rII d that thather thatbar thather
her brown hair had been nipped offPatrolman off offPatrolman otTPlrolmn
Patrolman Carew bearing h br r creams acreamaalartcd 8ffmatarWd creamsstarted
started In pursuit of the youth OIltb and cap captured eplUred capturd ¬
lUred him after ter a short MIM chueAccording cha chaAccording
I According to th the girl and the polio polioSimon polLOI81moaa polio8imoa
Simon confessed to the then while hllil on n hi hiway bll bllto hiway
way to the police stationSlmonss station stationSlmoass I ISimoni
Slmoass friends say u it I is a case taMIDlatakln uf ufmistaken ofmistaken
mistaken Idsntitv while bl Ml His Hantangtlo Hantangtlosays
says she is I sure that h be Is I the man The Thelost Th ThIot Thosbet
lost part of 0 her hair wo found later It near neartbe nrth nearthe
the th place pu of the tb slashing slashingnKKi IluIIloTR slashingTPRIiI
J110T N
nKKi TR fiornvN InTI N ron OR n I iff iffA IRA 1
A Fen Crrrks Mnrdrml at Jaffa J upraise lleeansner 1If 1Ifr
er r the tb Cretan Inn Innfwrl4l isuMpda I ItNl
fwrl4l tNl cot W tuiffliiut ps usee tf I Tis 9m 9mCoKHTAXTixoftt triCOM MII I
CoKHTAXTixoftt COM + TA fTN011a May M St The Th Cretan Cretanquestion Cretanquestion
question I ie taking I violent turn The TheYoung Th1 TheToting
Young ollne Turk hold the Ih New 1 that Crete I Ieither Ielthr is iseither
either Turkish or not In th the latter rate ratewar cavewar t I Iia
war I ia necessary They Th11 will not haw havnTalml haw7Alml haveZaimis
Talml return to the island a as High Com Cnnvmlsnloner CommIMlontr Commisslener
mlsnloner mlsnlonerAll
I All pink rart declare del that a radical and anddefinlt anddtIIlla anddefinite
definite solution 11I 0ll of 0 th the question must mustbe mllthfo musthe
be promptly arrived rri at 1 At t Jiffa Turkhavn Turk TurkbaT Tatkahare
baT killed several nol Greeks a th the outcome outcomeof nlltootnor
of die Ui trained relation and the tb shop shopof lIbopanr
of a number of Urrek merchant have havnbeen hA hAtn havebeen
been pillaged pillagedPmi pUlapdr pillagedPacts
Pacts r 11I1 May 11 IIKing II King George Otor of Greece Greecewho Or Greenswho lf lfho
who ho i visiting Paris Par doe not seem m l lbe In Inbe tobe
be worried by the th Cretin dispute dlapuLJIIpa H Hpasse Hpasses
passe pa hi time buying jewelry h In th the Rue RuedelaPalx Ku Kudela ItodelePaix
delaPalx delePaixI delaPalxrYTJTO dela PIs PIsI
rYTJTO I ITEn WIT1 irWl irWle
I > e state tat Item innlirnan n at U UI Der rr rrHormuler
Hormuler Flrl Peer Peer1 George rl V Vi
I I II
Spend ran i I baps ff fW rs > f to Ts T dew dewPaatoatAMartt im imMav onrrllltTtlIIU
rllltTtlIIU PaatoatAMartt Mav M ill I fnil InitsdArwithAfria InitsdArwithAfriawas nil d Routh Africa Africawa Africarormlly
wa formally born to today < tay the eighth 1Mb an anniversury h hI
I niversury of the Doer acoepttnet or oftke oftkeRritlsh t the theIhritishtermsatlhecloeoftkewnr e elJntllh
Ihritishtermsatlhecloeoftkewnr Rritlsh terms at th tbtl close > of athwar the war The Theday Th Thdal Theday
day was observed a as a ftivl let 1 here her and andelsewhere
I elsewherel elsewhere elsewhereAppropriate
l I Appropriate ceremonies relDolIl were 18 tarried tarriedout
out with Itb much fmpreniveaes t Tb Tbmain Tile Tilemln
main formality wo the tb swparingjgj14tst sw rinJUiJi rinl JJfI JJfInr r rof
lof of Viscount Gladstone fllad tone as Oovemor and andof andof
I Inl
of the lb first Union Cabinet ltllIft under th the Pr Prmiershtrt m mI Premierhtn
I miershtrt m of r Gen Bolht The Th oaths were wereadmiBUtered WfreI WfreArtmiBII1td wereadminlstered
I admiBUtered In the legislative rhimtxr rhimtxrhy
hy Sir ir John Johnes H On 1 1Chief e Vlllmrn who I Is now nowChi 1 IIOWlhl
Chi Chief f Justice Jllllli of I the 111 Hupreine Court uf ufSouth ofSouth I ISolll
South Solll If IfThill frioa tfriraThere frioaTh
Th There re wa war a large as l1mhmr ml > Uge of prom prominrHt promInttI promhopefulness
inrHt Knjlishtwn and nd Dutchmen Thrt ThrtU Th r rIII
U gennral e are harmony rmnny and liopcfulnes for forthe lorIhe forLomax
the th future futureIxixuox lutu lutulofooll
Ixixuox May 1 31 King George oor his hiscreated hi hicreated h htmPsWd
created hi Ilia Ant Jlftr irvr conferring the dig dignity tlilnltT dignity ¬
nity of Damn on Sir ir John Henry De VII VIIhern VIIleery iI iIo
o leery Ii on the t occasion If on of I the tll llIhlllnUflit estoblieluuentof nlalili > > hiiiriit hiiiriitof
of the Ih Union of Mouth Afrioa AfrioaSir oUr oUrRir tfncSir
Sir John th the newly created Baron UaronChiel waa waaChief w wChief
Chief Justice of the Cape alll of Good HopPresident Hope HopePresident 11131 11131rffllident
President of the Ih legislative IAllila Council and anda Dd I
a member of the th Judicial Committee of ofthe aflb ofthe
the lb Privy mT Council 01l1l1l 1 He III I now 1 Chief Jus Juslice JIIIIIll Juslice
lice of Ih the Hupreme Hupremtllollrt Court of South Africa AfrlwiiMtttoit ArieraIIIIWI Africa1I
1I iiMtttoit RROIt nuns cniTinsKn cniTinsKnImirl TlfliI TlfliInut
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Imirl nut Hsi M Home IHnl Know Their llutl llutlnrsbut 1111 1111n Ihulnewsbut
nrsbut n bUt Hlnmshlns Ifmtlll llatr tlaleTnutTllfDl tlaleTnutTllfDlJItlI leTnutTtirm leTnutTtirmJudt im imJudge
Judge JItlI Hough of the United State RlAtDilltriet StatesDetriet StateDistrict
District Court granted yesterday eatptda I the thepetition he hepetition h hJ1lIlion
petition of the Oceanic Steam NavigationCnnpnny Navigation NavigationCompnny vptloo vptlooCOOIIVlnr
Compnny for limitation of liability fordamage for fordamage rordamalN
damage in a collltion of the atnamahip etaamahipOeorgle atnamahipGeorgic IItnamahiplllIralo
Georgic and nd the tnsmship Imlhl Finance onNovember on onXovember onSonmlr
November 2 21 190 In the main hlp chan channel channf1 thansad ¬
sad Inside Handy KAnd Hook H said Id that thatboth thtboIlh thatboth
both l beta its were WI at L fault because their thnirharbor thflirhullnr theirharbor
harbor pilots did not stop their engines engineswhen MainlOll engineswhen
when fog whistles blall were heard ahead aheadIn
In thi + a u in many mAn other collision collisioncat
I eaIH cat nay Judge Hough the Ib result I Ireached Ia IarCh Ireached
reached rCh with mortification hi n that I amiconvinced am amconvinced m mI
iconvinced I convinced connn that the pilot Jlat lhru thrt thrust t by bylOal bylOalh Inoal Inoallaw o < tal talbw
bw h upon Up needs N of great t cost ct well wellmanned fll fllI
I manned maone and nd equipped fui pJ sad nd carrying carryingvaluable ef11 carryingvaluable
valuable Ihl live IIMff are guilty allt not no of errors rr ofjudgment of ofjudgment I
I judgment jOt only onl but of o total tolAllporsnC Ignorance of ofthe o ofthe
the Ihl fundamental fundftal statute 111 affection reDe their thnircalling thlrclnl theircalling
calling clnl The Tll deposition de ito of all 1 the pilot pilottestifying rlo pilottestifying
testifying tMtfyC in 1 this cause have ha been b scanned scannedIn nann D d dIn
In van ylD to t find Id any a Indication Ildlcatl of knowl knowledge kowl kowlMe knowledge ¬
edge by b them tbP of o web matters mtt aa thenarrow the thnnarrow th thnro
narrow nro channel rub rle or of of even f a statutory atatutoryrecommendation statutoryrecommendation tatutOr1nmft
recommendation nmft lo stop the th engine enginepromptly a enginepromptly
I promptly ppl on o hearing hNrn a fog lol whittle whlltl for forward rarward forward ¬
ward of the lb beam beamII 111
II II Mil 1 I
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11 1111 M CROW LAW AFrtRMKn AFrtRMKnTbe ulntTo ulntToII I
II The T Hnpreme lIup rear el art t Virtually tual lrlually Soitami 80111 meKenmriy the theHrntority ttl ttlMmt
Hrntority Mmt taw tawWaiBtxoTOK lawWAIVIXOTOX a aWUOTOI
WaiBtxoTOK WUOTOI May 1 II 31Kentuckys 31KentuckysJim nKtluca nKtlucaJim Kentucky KentuckyJim
Jim Crow taw lw wa was rffineed lrf ia effect efec effectby j jby
by h the tl Supreme p Court Crt today lo In r suit suitbrought suits suitsbrought I IbrCht
brought brCht by Cnile Cnl s colored colr lawyer Wer of ofthto ofl ofthis
this thl city ct who wl whoews suit for ro 1 10000 100 damage damageagainst dmCN dmCNaplt damageagainst
against aplt tb the Chess Cf Cheaepnke peake k and A Ohio Padwit Pad rosdwas rd rddllmlt
wit was dismissed dllmlt by b the th district dltrlo court courtsWhile courtWhile Clr
While Whlk this lbl was a an n Interstate III rstt transaction transactionChile tri tranrotlonChile Moron Moronl1il
Chile l1il hr h btNng ring no been b travelling tn 101 on o a through throughIcket thr throughKy
Icket from Irm Washington WuhiSt fa 1the Islington IslingtonKy lslln lsllnK
Icet only
the Curt tooday que quetion
Ky Ky K ths Court Clr todsy t said Mi the t only onl ques question ql ¬
tion Un for lu It decision was Y whether wee or o not notthe lot lotIh notthe
the Ih accommodation rmmaUo furnished flrnl Chile ChileIn Cll
In li n Ihe Jim JI Crow oar were 1 aa good lo ood rs isthose rsthorn
thorn Ih from frm which wim h he wn we woe removedThe removed removedTh re
Th Ta The court Gr below tlw bad hd so 1 farm fOll and andtheir aD andtheir
their judgment wu wassfBrnwd wassfBrnwdX SfArmed SfArmede
juKmfnt mr mraDkl
X e aDkl Banking After An Hhtalgbl HhtalgblThe Mlttt MltttT
The T Th sight I ht and Day n Bank Blk Fifth Fftb avenue avenueand afU afUId avenueand
Id and Fwiyfourtb Fwfoh ireoi tr announced aoe yr yrtrrdy 7 yes yeslrday
trrdy t 1 shot on and ftr June JII It 1 lntt IIted IItedof netad netadof d dof
of the tm all 1 night alhtlo service that tht the te bank bl bar fasoffered huotTe bardfrsd
offered otTe sine ao It began btp In I im 11 th tb the bank bankwill bDI bankwig
will 1 be b op 0 open a every fr Hotness bl day e from rl t tA aA
A M to t U 1 oclock oeok midnight mlah In b a notice noticeent l anticsent e eat
sent at out patrons to t pt Resident Preld Pdat at Samuel SII 8 8CamptMlt 8Cllt 8Caepbelt
CamptMlt said saidtbrva MidOt0 saidyvatloa
Cllt tbrva Ot0 yvatloa 4oa and ut study tu for e be t past pasttwo i itweytap
two tweytap years ef r the tt t sH al irickit am tNg Ig srviw offend effntdby offendby p
by IBM 11 tMleak bask hk haveeonviaeedtbedtfeeters haveeonviaeedtbedtfeeterstbat W tt ofl
tbat lt th at a am Nos l h Itukpatrenas bank bk painwi pt coa N b I he fully erred terrtdU t
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CORPORATION CORORATIN TAIUHDECIDED TAIUHDECIDEDTUK TAX UNDECIED UNDECIEDrlT UNDECIDBDT11K
TUK rlT SUPREME ftPRFJE COVHT ttanKttS aRmRf onnlR41RKIKAR110 1 1RKHKAntXO
RKHKAntXO RIUFARUO Of U TIIK ril CASK CIWRrseve CASKHrten IK
Hrten eta li the tb1 Treasury Running Rnonmitzw Raall Iw and andd andthe
the d 6tM000 MOOOOOO 0 000 U I Ketdtdfietrro Ketdtdfietrromrat HdeGI HdeGIlml rn rnmint
mint lml le t Re G On O feHrcttng Clifte Ctluthtg the Tat TatCeort T Tattenet
tenet lrbat rbJ > lT Ititiitea hlde by I 4 le t S SWASRINOTOX sURIIOr SW
W WASRINOTOX URIIOr AlstirotOI May Ma 31The 31 3tTe The Hupretne HupretneCourt Rllpre RllpreCur HuprsmCourt
Court Cur this thi afternoon UeoD r rNlon reelored lor d to Ihedocket Ihedocketfor tbdokt tbdoktfar Ihs docket docketfor
for reargument rcot the lb sixteen tstt case c brought broughtto bubt bubtta
to lest the legality lelly of the corporation crporloo tax taxlaw t1I laxlaw
law I This Tl > mean mn that the cut tAM cannot cannotcome Cnnot Cnnotoe cannotcome
come oe up lp before bron the middle of Octoberand October Octoberaad Oobr Oobrn
and n possibly pblylaler liter It postpone plpn lb the de decision df dosvision ¬
vision daOD In lhe Iblmporlnt e Important eaten Ca for lort at least leastsix Ifut Ifutti leastala
six ti month mont and An possibly plbl moreMeantime more moreMeantime morenllme
Meantime nllme the th Treasury Treull Department Departmentwill Dfartmfnt Dfartmfntwlln
will wlln find la Itself In an n imcqpifortabl IIn rorbl ttll ttlllon sitnalion situa situation ¬
lion lon owing OwDI to the delay dfla The Treasury Treasuryofficial Trllr Trllromo Treasuryomoltls
official omo will 1 be b In the attitude Itlde of collect collectlog collectlog 1f
log a tax under Indr a law I whose bO constitution constitutionallty constitutionsilty tlulan tlulanalll
allty apparently pparet ia i doubled dOllblf seriously rouly by bypart byprt bya
a part prt If not a majority majorl of the lb court courtThetax courtThtaxladntomorrowandtheDepart lr
ThtaxladntomorrowandtheDepart ThtaxladntomorrowandtheDepartment Thetax Tha I I hdlletomor due tomorrow and nd the Depart Department Dprt Dprtmlt ¬
ment mlt intend inle to go ahead and make malf colleorions col collection cl clIltlona ¬
lection Iltlona enforcing MrOmnl the Ih penalty nly In case casewhere lUN lUNbfr cueswb
where wb bfr < re the lax U I not 111 paid pid The 1e tax Ia It Ithat Ithu ithe
hat been Illn eatlmated NtlmI will yield yl11 aboutfeOt about aboutt2tOAaOM bllt blltU800
t2tOAaOM U800 feOt 1000 The Government Uammflt will 1 IMI IMIobliged II IIobll IMobliged
obliged obll to ay I this amount rollnl back if 11th 11thIla the IheUw thelaw
Ila Uw finally nnl 1 II held hI to be unconstitutional l benconatitulloneThe unconstitutionalThe IIlnllulon1
The collection rlflou of the c corJ corporation riorallon rlan taxand tax taxand tund
and nd its I repayment rtlTmflt mil of the tb Treasury In InIhe InIh inlb
Ih Ihe event enl of the Ih decision going 0nl against againstIhn lalt laltIb
the Ib Internment UOTrmett will II lie practically practicallyanalngoi prclcl practicallyanaingtwa
analngoi nI to condition rniUtn which existed existedwhen nl1hell existedwhen
when hell tike ili income Inm tax 1 law I wan enforced enforcedIn nofll nofllIn
In l 11 IA9I l In thai rue the llf Government omrfol bait hadollcrel baitcolltcie h1Nllf1
colltcie Nllf1 only Ully about 41111 ITTUKi 1iiOl tr when ihefu ihefupreme the MIl Snpremoun MIlo
o pre premoun Court held li the thelaw law uiuxmnitiitional uiuxmnitiitionalThe IIlona IIlonaI
I The Te corporation rrrrlton tax will I be b refunded refundedIf
If I nseeaaarvu n nNrYu sarr a ws wps the th mrorue inrme lax money moneyunder mony monyIlndr moneyunder
under the Ihl general r1 provision rlonl of section3n section alua aluanl
31 nl of Ir the lievianl Un s I Htatuton Hlllll which p pvidw pro provide p ¬
vide hl that at any ny tax rllth1 colkstwi > ollivt l without withoutwarrant wiholt wiholtrrnl withoutwarrant
warrant rrnl of law I shill bl to returned by LT the theCommissioner tb tbCommissioner IhCommiionP
Commissioner CommiionP of Internal Revenue nYIUI The Themoney Th Thmoe Themoney
money moe will 11 be t L repaid rppl anutmatlcally anutmatlcallywithout allmUclly allmUcllyilhoit uunmaticallywithout
without any 0 special p11 appropriation appropriallouIn avpror lal
In tin income Iem tax 1 case r tb tbre re war u no nodelay noIela nodelay
delay Iela qi < u I the Ih refunding of the Ih money moneyanil man mannt moneyand
and nt ofticialt nell of the tu Trrnmirr TrNaI Department Departmentsay UtvrtmP1T
say T thai payments l ymII rill 1 l b > e put u prompt promptin prmptio
in the Ihrportin corporal rorpooratiro ion lax co ca case < n if the Ibl Supreme SupremeVxirt SUlrpmlt
hurt lt finally fnl iteokle IflN aeaintt aint the Uw UwTriuuiiry lawThe
The 11 Triuuiiry rNu Ilepartmont Iprlnlot official officialto nmo nmoiabderlind
derlind edinf1 to say to lod oday day what hat provision provisionwouM proIlonWIII provisionwnuki
wouM WIII Im made for the Ih rerm rlimll repayment > nt of the thnIJIOOOOn th thmOo thegttnoeJO
IJIOOOOn mOo if 1 Lh the rx fllrt man > irt il iltrietnu WI i on I wentagainst went wentagainst t tinlt
against inlt them Ipm but t biL < ut It I is evlilnnl hl that tnrh tnrha h hlnlnlY
a contingency lnlnlY woul 011U I require rtlir a hood honellf lw Issas IssasTh > ie ieTh
Th Tll present rnIII working nrklnl balance blate in 1 the thrTreasury thl theTreasury
Treasury Trlrr i II la about Jl9wono9 110100 lapnm e and AI the theTreasury thf theTreasury
Treasury officials atliAI expect 1p that it will wi go godown an andon godown
down to about lllt liooooonndiiring 11000Idlflnc the month monthof DI DIof
of JuneThe June JuneThe Jlnp JlnpTh
The Th Trfaaurr rrllry offldaU olc1 and d other tip supporters tipporter tf
porter pe of the Admlnljtralton Admlolltrtln are at stilloontideob still stilloonfklent lll lllonRfl
oonfklent onRfl however howye that the th contllutionality rnnstilu rnnstilutlonahty rnt
tlonahty Ionlity of the th law I will i Ix I sustained sustainHml 1IIIinlI i if
Cad ml f rhwt t thnywTII not have hUl to main ml anyrisaeranry any anyemr y yI
risaeranry I emr Pe n 1 < 7 provision for Mm refunding refimilmiof rlrlnchc
of the lielsnss lielsnssThe 8 < O OThe I
The TI action IM if 1 the court rirt win ILe a ad w > ri r < vi vidlfrppnintrtvmt
d dlfrppnintrtvmt dlN brppni nlm in th the h raft Admini Almnllf Adtnmtatra Adtnmtatra1on tru trutlon
tlon t i It I i Ie the Ih fII trnnI rind ln I < iw Ihafrlleo hat r h hfrllfo let h <
frllfo rt Ifo from Irm the th Sutr Suprein un n I 111 Petri mn nn n th thpr h hImllral hpresent
pr present nt dniinistrainin Imllral TlmmiiMkellrg TlmmiiMkellrgof TI Ti > red rdklrx rdklrxr ° sketteg skettegof
of r the Ih Slsndard ll IIInI nd nl UI l afl AIt txtmcen I II trim trustitcivtsers tr trt trimwn
t wn M dIipHMntlnc UMlnlnc ti t the tlll Admint AdmintIxit AIII AIIIlmll
lmll l nnrwlrutlritsT Ixit 11 Mr Ir Taft Talnl ttheykwnuh and hliwivlpr hi itcivtsers itcivtsersfelt vi had hadpit h1
pit feltn 111 ennfMlrnt nfllt llkit thy Ih wouhl l KH II a arn > t tri
ri rn 4 lnn > n in n the hn I rporrtton r fpnUn > lax lA Pits ntumTh 1 PitsThe
Th T The rriion pn of f the Ih peurt Ir WB Il it i Ir Irhired l lhevnl ItI
hired that tI it wa a dlvulnil t s I en ih ihm Ihi the thece
i m 1 es Whether the II four Ir worn w f In for r or orrtln Ir IrvlDel orrxrlost
rtln vlDel t the Ih Cnvrnmimt ovnlPI i it itf I fwiiw fwiiwunknown wars warsnnknwn I Iunkno
unknown unkno It I i i il M4 IWv1 < Vfd that lht th the h > muHt muHtdmdnl cop I IIh
I dmdnl m these Ih raw as a in illlh I tin Standard StandardOil HlaAlrd HlaAlrdI Staettardilld
illd I Oil Ui and uII tohaeoft Io trust IrI ages tMt they theywnrn I II theyi
I were tv to > important In II Im I ilnmlnl dewrii 111 wl rir eteepil eteepilby 11 M Mliv
liv h a tnalv ml J > iv of I thn th mtirx Ir memtershipof mml rmlhl rmlhlII r M Mof >
of II nine nineThe nlnTim nlnllI
I Tim T pt lwstlsoemetd tH iirriinit of the tl derba dnr < H HIA > n mpfum mpfumthat m mhl an anhat
that hl flfiv fi llughn will l its an important importantfactor ImprlaAt
I factor racr in det ilmnding Idin iding the It r frluln curportinn irtx > ratl < n tax as aswill a awrll I
will f1 a as ih the Stfndtnl SInb1 nil 11 on al and < l ltrust tetwrt tetwrttrust 1 1t
trust t tl1 eases easesTwo e e n nTWQ
Two addilioinl IIlldIIMI ran < a avnlidilr I ettarktag klll th thRIHi the thevalidity
validity RIHi ff of f the II cxriMvnjtKdi rIHtJI tat IU HAV HAValreadv MYlfMd have havealready
already lfMd lxvn 1 assigned Alc for Ifr argument rjHfl m O enOctober < mOctober
October Iktohr 31 the Ihelt first day ey nf the th unit term termand trmad termand
and ad a sit I tin I rAm r rrtornl or1 l h dar resume resumetheir rrmimntheir Im Imtheir
their poets pl well I down on the II calendar it itwill i iwi itwill
will wi he nnoesmiry in I advance them hy hymotion hymato bymotion
motion mato if the Ih two net are Rr to lie I hmnl hmnltogether kN heanttogether nl nltorthlr
togetherIIiTInltlll together togetheriifrffrur torthlrJITIIr1
iifrffrur JITIIr1 THooix TIWI n 1 1 i t tHecail II Jsecnal
Hecail I Heir lou in I Tripartite Trllrlll Tri artite Intrrienllnn IntrrienllnnHrtwrrn Intlrfnlnn IntlrfnlnnUI IntrnentlenIlelwea
Hrtwrrn UI f Prm pr and nt Icnartsr rcaadrWAaUINGTOX IcnartsrWAIHINOTON lAudr lAudrWURIXQTm
WAIHINOTON May ar 31 The Th United UniterRtate Un UnitedHttes it fl flRttea
Rtate Dratil Drll and nt Argentina A ntnA have hUl united unitedIn nlfd nlfdIn
In joint Jont reprecnntation nplDttiO to Peru Jrl and Id torn torndor FrnadorurgingthatJuneI la ladoruraiaathtJunHMltu
dorurgingthatJuneI dor doruraiaathtJunHMltu urging that June ibe eselu nt a the Ih date datefor dalnfor dl dlfar
for the withdrawal lbdraw1 of 11 their thlir respective respectivearmee Iclo Iclon
acmes n from their common Irro frontier frontierThU Irottlr IrottlrTia frnnlterThis
This Tia action clo U auppAsntd upp < vntil to the In Inpartite tro troprtite tripartite
partite prtite otter ofe of 0 mediation mflaUon made recently recentlyby reOntlb
b the three Governments at the
by thr Govemmlnl thl uggrs eitggeehen uggrston 11
ton to of Secretary Helll of Slate Knox to avert areawar avertwar Anrtwar
war between twe Peru Pru and Ecuador KctudorIt YJdr YJdrI
It I war wa a feature of Die t tl he original orloal offer ollr ofmediation of ofmediation 131mfdlIIO
mediation mfdlIIO that both bth Pent and nd hciuidor hciuidorhould tAldor tAldorIbould Ftrudorshould
Ibould should withdraw their troop Irop llnth Unb ac aeopted accepted accpte ¬
opted cpte this thi offer atfr of mediation but blt failed failedto lalM lalMto
to withdraw wlthdr the tb troop troop promptly promptlyRecently promptlyRecently
Recently nty the tbl State Department Dprtmfnt wa u ad advised ar advised ¬
vised i that t the I ho two armies rmi were w remaining remainingat rlmlinlnc rlmlinlnct
at t tb the frontier rrontlt between bt1 the he countries Cllnl andthat and andthat Andthat
that both bb IothOmmmenta Government OOlrmfnt were I continuing continuingwarlike cntnlinc cntnlincrlk continuingwarlike
warlike rlk preparation plprUoM To make Clio th c tiller tillerof > A > r rof ror
of medial meiato mediation ion effective rttcive Mr t Knox KnO suggested suggestedthe 11JRted 11JRtedtbe
the supplements Ipplemfnt1 move moveAiirns m mEn morei11KR14T111
Aiirns i11KR14T111 En iTir S inn SKI I rrr TIFTgene rrrHens TTII
Hens II e f KatKmAIHe rit ImAllee Urrrt Grft the l Putt Puttdint r l ldrot 1drt
dint drt at a I the Untie I House HouseWisillNaTOX Ualf UalfWUIUIOfX MonteWasHIMOTnx
WisillNaTOX WUIUIOfX May Ia 31 S louie and andTemple andTemple d dTeple
Temple Teple Abernathy AbtmtIT the thl t aid d 1 year lr old oldsonnef oldsons
sonnef 1 sons ofGt f EatEm tEAIe fim Alive Jack Jak JaokAbernathy JaokAbernathyUnited Abrnuthy AbrnuthyUnited Almtb AlmtbVnltf
United Vnltf States Rtate Marshal Ifrha for Oklahoma who whoare whoace 10 10rdllli
are riding rdllli horseback hOlhk from rrm their thPr home to toNew t tN toNw
New N York Yor to greet Col Co Rooeevtltealled Rooeevtltealledat RooMIIllf
at t the lb White Wls Qoua DO today to to greet elt Pivel Piveldent PI PIdet Prcident
dent det Taft Tr Both Bh youngsters had dis discarded dl dlol dicarded ¬
carded ol tb the cowboy cb top In whloh bll theymad9 they theyT Ihe
mad9 T sd d lh ihof h M IMs > rip rt 14 to vVsWnston WlnO aid aaddisplayed u aiddisplayed
displayed the I beat bt ort 1 of Oklshotna Oklshmnaoorakag OklshotnaBBorolag Oklhor
BBorolag dll dress d Soft Sr wide wi gray < Y Ui batsbiw Uiblue bll bllbu
blue II sere coat et and ling 1 striped It worsted worstedtrotMtr worstedtrousers ort orttrQr
trousers bu M with Ith black bll shoe hO and ad an real rl shirtsand shirts shirtsand hlr
trQr
and collars elre all al helped b to t make n th the vMtors vMtorstook rt visitnislook
took fl lew wild wl and ad woollr woollrPrestdmt woolrPresident 01 I
President Taft was gUd to t meet me them themBo dl ahemSo
Bo P youre ou th t the boy of EatEraAllv1 EatEraAllv1Jock EatmAl EatEm AMes AMesJaek
Jock Ja s yeu yeuau are A yeuf 0 be h sated f Tm g4ad d Mcc to toAU
cc ccAU
AU mft > rail ra H 1 thte u Ml xew w y Y0 Yeti Yetia rk rkad
ad a Ait AU A Albssr R Jf r Kt t e OAr AT UXB LE SMm uesrim uesrimAar t n nAit
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1AhITOR111NIT HtTOR UIT IT r iv v TUK TUKl T 1KE 1KELone 1 1In
Lone l n Man tills 1lh lime lRe Finally noalr Crlpptee Crlppteehaiku rrlpt Crl Crlbrl > lt ltfnarlrs
haiku brl marts n ntplane ntplaneJorttM RtplaneJortln plaf plafJOPIN
JorttM JOPIN Mo May a 31 < Dodging Dcl rift riftbullet ril rdbullet
bullet bullt In 11 cloudland Coudlad wa th the experience experienceof uprlnr experienceIof
Iof lo of Charles lal Wlllard WIr the aviator ulto who whoaalled wbauUPd whoailed
ailed westward trd In a Curtisblplsno Crtis lrtiblplne biplane from fromtlia rromI fromthe
I the Joplin aviation field Id thl afternoon afternoonand ahernoa ahernoae
and e who ho wa WI forted faf d to settle ti to earth earthtwo ertbto earthtwo
two mile 11 from hi hie starting point pint after afteron DfterOe otterone
on Oe one of the iniMile til had splintered hi hipropeller blpopler hie hiepropeller
propeller popler cut Olt a hole hol through the th plan planand plan planeand
and nd broken bko one of the aeroplane rib ribWlllard rib ribsWillard
Wlllard Wilr wa spinning uo feet fet above aboveIbe abovethe bl
the ground Irollnd over ave a remote rloale raining mlninl camp campwhen cmp cmphn ampwhen
when hn be was 01 astonished tanlh tuee to see a lone man manlanding mD mDtli manstanding
landing tli near a mine dump pile pl pU levelling levellinga lnlnc lnlnca
a rifle rft at the th aeroplane A puff pul of smoke smoketold smoketold makl
told the aeronaut rnllt that the gun Iln had beenI been beenfired bn bnf
I fired f for the Ih thwhirrof whirr hilor of h ha hieagkiei engine deadened deadenedall dtdee
all al other sound Illd IlldAnatblr soundsAnother soundAnother
Another Anatblr puff pur of smoke Nnok cam mI from rrm the therifle te teril therift
rifle ril then another Anathe and another ather Wlllanl Wlllanlturned Wlan WlantlrPd Willenlturned
turned tlrPd to the south luth pas pulnl pawing lng writ w1 beyond beyondtho bynd byndthe
the riflemanSuddenly rifleman riflemanSuddenly rilmn rilmnKudal
there crath the thopropeller Ibeprpller thepropeller
Suddenly Kudal won W a M A
propeller prpller wo w splintered plnler Two I wo hundred hundredyards hunr hundredyards
yards yrl beyond the tb point pint of attack tck Wlllunl Wlllunlglided Wil1nl Wil1nlIlidct Willardglided
glided to the ground < lnd on a rural rur baseballdiamon baseball baseballdiamond babll bablldlmond
diamond J C Mars Sa hi bll fellow 110 aero aeronaut aeronant e ¬
naut Moll went nt to hi bllldllll his asiuletattce asiuletattceA as Itance ItanceA
A new ne propeller lirpler war Installed InaIPd and A the thedisabled tb tbellablt thediabinl
disabled ellablt air Ir craft crl returned ffIUrnclo lo the aviationgrounds aviation aviationground ulalal
ground rU Willn t1 Villanin assailant on4lt could cli not Im Imfound her0111 befoetal
found foetalIITTSRrRGS foundIlTTWItaS r0111 r0111lITTmfnli
IlTTWItaS lITTmfnli COLDEST fOIJSl 1113Mchosis MAY MAYNrhesl n nIhol
Nrhesl Ihol UUmtsieil Plmluf11 far If llk leek rk of Msrttilli MsrttilliSO 1lstnutIiin rmll
SO llf Iflff Degrrri grrr en t i KtreetePITTasran Htrerts HtrertsPITTBRCRO I Irlnltlo
PITTBRCRO rlnltlo May 31 1111 Thlt wa was the th cold coldest old oldNI coldset ¬
est May 31 ever vr known In Pituluirg PituluirgTim Iltlllr IltlllrTlt
Tim Tlt weather Ihtr officials amlal also 111 announce announcnthat announcethat lnlllnl
that this May wa WAi the Ihl coldest cldNt ever r rerl re recorded recorded ¬
corded erl Today Toy thermometers In 111 111streets Ii tlmstreets
streets I t rcglnt n < < reil n l n degree dflf1 wliito hU the thnGovernment Ih IhGOtnlmfnt theGovernment
Government GOtnlmfnt thnrmomnters Ihrtollln twentytleestories twentyfive twentyfivetorins twntyIITettrIPulmitt1
stories ttrIPulmitt1 tipndmittedeadegrees up ndmitlixi m Mi degrvni The T mown mownfor mranfor tn tnfur
for Pittslnirg Iithllrg should Ioul < love L an Lien n r n nWIbt T TWhat
What made mAdt the th cold c ld worse 0 was the th fact factthat raetLht tactthat
that steam Atfm wa was shut off ur In imlllo JIIIlo build buildings blllldIn buildtoea ¬
ings In school Nholl ash PauIs and ald officvn ofln on May 1 It I Tuday Tit Titday To
day several city Ity school c dosed l0 bncnumi bncnumiof blll blllnl
of the I cold coldOr old oldOr coldht
Or lUlwitnls tIafla of tin t Pittsburg lit IJrc hiss btirtMiiof blJ1
of hrallh through thn t G afternoon tmo paper paperurged gaperirged 1n
urged the Lhl people J > pl to 1 return tlm to woollnn woollnnderwiMr woollll woollenunderwear
underwear And the Ih fireside Ild telling tlll them themdeath themIecah them41eth
death Iecah wan abroad brll on o the tb cold I hl raw wind windPneumonia windsInentnunia Ind IndlnlunonlaIlncin
Pneumonia lnlunonlaIlncin lnlunonlaIlncinVIIOIT I is increasingUgraotr Increasing IncreasingDETROIT
DETROIT VIIOIT May 31 3tIAk take Superior Hliernr and andHi andth andthe
Hi the surrounding lrunJinc country CttlNt esmtrywere were In the grip gripof crp gripof I
of a heavy h y gale gi pi U last t night with Wtb heavy hvavytiowstorm hv heavyenawstonni
tiowstorm llowlarm ymlsrUny yelr The Tl Weather WeatherIturrau WmthrrHurvau Ibr IbrIllfl I
Hurvau Illfl nay YII this thl bu ha been the Ih coldest coldestliar < v llllt > ld wt wtMay I
May 3r 11 I m Michigan nl hll In forty yearn the themercury theli thelimercury
tnfrlr1loor mercury going t > II degrees dljl this tha morning morningThroticnoMt momln morningThroutghot i
ThroticnoMt ThrlcnOlt the Ihl western tem part prt of the II State Stateanil Klt KltMi StateAnil
anil Mi the tb northern nnlm peninsula nlnAII snow nn fell fellto fell fellt 11
t II to > i th the depth of two 0 or three Ih Inetins iM leek fol folwl lo foftowed
11 towed wl by rain rln V SI o frmibig rWI accompanied accompaniedthe Illpnl
the downfall and it I M not R llievr < l thattnrlh that thattatieh lhatID1
tatieh ID1 iUmn t damatr + to t cr 1f1S Prong p will wiHtr iN rreik rreikI HI HII
I IUrldrl
I > 1 I tr trllrs 11 111Ira I II
llrs llrlilcrl noe nowh neh H nat the Ih Orsl Orl Ills Illslarlon 11 11tori Illstartan
tartan tori nt f the Ih nkl 11 Iflrtrnlh Uflb Hani HaniMr MsnlMrs at at11r4
Mr rinds frj Itari Wo WOwi xl died dl of ddI ol 01 l age agebut ageOat I
but ItSu Sunday art h hsr r lush llh year Mt M the 1 1r home hnrmof homeof
of r her 1 lUiichtnr 1Ithr Mr Ir Alary MHormtck MHormtckgr rr k kAI
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Whmi 1 she h I use to I Vrw S rw York lt I Irr Irrdaxhtet r rilaueiitnr
ilaueiitnr MVI V > th t lhrtr nW4 nW4i4ninhmtM w was tl Nit 5 Alhobc Alhobct4 It Ith
i4ninhmtM t4 gn htas h 1 Mr iM tofelwl Hl 1 Si Siktn 1 letora 1 m hlsrrkiy hlsrrkiystreet
ktn street t t Mr 1 WHh W lived liv I I ki i Seventh Snvnnthtrn Svlth Svlthtf SeventhetMrt
etMrt trn tf i for I many tY y5 r I then lk the mopl moplto IftI t I Ihl I Ilet
to a IIKHW hl AI t the corner Cf of A At Ivsnee 0 I I anti an1I antiLewis
I Lewis t street > trM I > t and Liter Ir to II lt I the hair 1 of ofw ofllh II IIHII her heriMogkhr
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Wilt llh I IHHH s ewl il eJ < if r alas laxM i MM rwal m mIMJK 11 the lI lIN a wa wapsfeiw
psfeiw IMJK Hh N She f1 nni rued M a rwwt I Il of f fItMrfimn er rol rolkMur l lheslorein
ItMrfimn kMur A ftr Ilr or the I head s > A lt of rf the thnw I 1h 1hw1 ltroih ltroihw
w w1 rd rdThe l lIt
The It n < > funeral 1 wiN M M I h M4 k l + u44 l frwm II v r Ir IrAnl i4r i4rcavil r rnanl
cavil Anl Itwn II at t Mt 31 Vast taH V Fewtrestth Fewtrestthstrew rt < Htk Htklrn4 ll
strew tr ttMiiy H Ifl stud H th thflHirwl I Iernrl nl will wll hn ID IDCalvnrv if inlilvary
Calvnrv 11 ta lumntwy lumntwyTil C CTIIII y yrum
rum TIIII ItlK 1 11Ifi F Kills IOS Mil nu 1 1IIII 1IIIImlff HlHV HlHVrtitrnrr IIIIIIO1Mentenee
rtitrnrr mlff for a trench Irrl Hiwlrl hanker llanltrrntio lanlrr r rtlb
ntio tlb 10 ftnlmlUil If1 InrlUrnlall InrlUrnlallpttil 1111 al
+ pttil 1s4 I ace n JMljKii Iiir 1 i in TN I Ian HI Mix MixPAnts SrxPants r
Pants 111 May 31 llrnn Irn dn d Ixirmn lrf lunneIsrta a a1arit alaiA
1arit laiA honker l < nkr wlio I innvcd 1011 in the th th tst tstwtriety li t tM
M fy wtriety > oi ty aid I who I swttullul itxllrd II rltr IIill client l < t to I the Ihnamount Ih Ihamolll theatnntmt
amount amolll of II UestWlu 1 i > ixw A w was A senteneuti < > nt nlll ncnl to todav toI toIday I Idar
dar In three th year Yfn hnprioonment hnprioonmentHenn finpri Illrnmnt onmnnt onmnntHenn
Henn 1 Fournlvr ollrlr who 110 stole 01 a I pint pll ofcognac of ofcognac hICjnar
cognac Cjnar received rlvo a kimllar kimllaririrr l rlar AntK AntKn CntCIKiItICISf
irirr n ItICISf IIf > r 11OTlfFOI1lllhsIe I I in THEHHY T n or inrn inrnirrtnan 11 11n I IGerman
German n Srlrnll nlt Ttisugtit Tlllli 4hlllallnn 4hlllallnnl hlllnllonsttight hlIO
sttight UIKll l 10 lead ail le Human lunn n lUllncllan lUllncllant 1 Ilsllnellonrprrid lnlon
rprrid t tilt 4 ttiirmr IJ rsp rn it I TH THS THUUUN acs acsDgswx sv svMay
UUUN May lr 31 The T lain 1 Irnfltubert IrnfltubertKoch Prof Itubnn ItubnnKoch lthrt lthrtKOh
KOh Koch who held h1 the th tlon I itrnwueveltian eveltin lian view I leas on onracn nnran onrace
race ran suicide lulli mnsld mnllllrd rnd It in nn wise wi Im ImHiuible 1mIuuibl Im1oAdble
Hiuible Iuuibl for the Ih human hllrJn race 10 at t nome nomefuture If somefuture
futur future time tm to disappear from Irm the 0 earth earthowing frtholn earthowing
owing oln to the tb disinclination dlnellntln dsincli nation to t procreate procreateSo PrI PrIR
80 R nays M a friend andcoscirntlat And andctedrntiatldnlplr andctedrntiatldnlplrZimmerman Inllt Adnlph AdnlphZimmerman I
Zimmerman 7immrmAn who ho will i shortly Aortl publish publishthe
the particular rtlclluA of Prof rrr Koch KoA theory theoryProf thMrI theoryProf
Prof I Koch Kn held I that tht the thl birth nh rate r of ofall 01ni ofall
all ni peoples 011 u they get t civlllied lvIi becomes bncnmnnt hm hmlt
nt lt Ant lnt stationary atlnal7 and nd then aa I they th reach reachthe reh rehtl reachthe
the tl stag of prosperity decline this thisfact hi Ihlflct hifsct
fact being liOI a sure 111 sign of degeneration degenerationand dlfntlon dlfntlonAd
and Ad the th beginning 1 lllnln of th the endThais end endThus endTh
Thus Th when all terrestrial tatrl people r have havearrived bAt havearrived I Iamvt
arrived amvt at L that thlt tap the extinction elUnete of ofninwnltv ofItnmanity I
ninwnltv Illmnlty will wi RrsdiiaHy ensue ensuer tle ensueC1111ESE
I
C C1111ESE I M r EVURCI roncK IIer BOYCOTT BOYCOTTct nf fT fTCh
ct Glue n Japanese Jpnl iMitp ItP Preference P Ovrr OvrrAaiertrnrJTeclhe trierAmerican h hlfn
AaiertrnrJTeclhe American lfn rAflh tSectheWChinsToo tSectheWChinsTooSAX In I Thins Too TooHJIX
SAX 1 KiiiKCisco UICIICO May I si 11fD When the theJanee UI UIJaAn theJapsnes
Janee JaAn steamer IIm Tnnyo Stint 11 wiled a l forYokohama for forYokohama raroko
Yokohama oko today td she rh carried rrlat ten I firstand first firstand frat fratand
and second II class clu Dilnnwi NI rSMlter ftf whopreferred who whoBrefnrreil whoprrfl
preferred prrfl to pay 1 their th r money in tl Japanese Japaneseite JpAN Japanesesteamship
steamship ite mhlp Hoes 1 rather fthfr thin to t Americancomlanlee American Americanv ArimnImlllllM
ImlllllM < v > m nim because Iel of the boycott that tbatOilnese tht thtCla thatChlnese
Oilnese Cla trmdewnnn trlfr are attempt atepl atlemptkig k > n la place placoThU placeupon lc lcuf
upon A Ameekra sdaa4d sdaa4dThis
uf
This Th 1 i is the first rat rlt result of the Ih decision dneUlenreached dile dilen decisionreached I
reached n by b Wf W Chtnew O at the 1 m I mu mnrt mnrtIng kt ktIlll ms t ttag
Illl tag of their Ihlr leagti lfl of Justice JUk Sunday HiKidaynlcbt mey
I
night nlcbtMiKh Rlt nightMuch I
I Much 11ch vrrwpondenr ho has been beenebaaged b at atehanpd < Sep
p
ebaaged between be local I merebaata m and andCWaneeiportnT andkiaeaeexporters
I ep eeae CWaneeiportnT eJr CobtT CII Cablegramefrem m froia ser serera MI MIfl U c coral
era fl oral large commercial t1 orgaalMHon OIt ateae aleglb ateaethe ac
i lb the t Chtea Ci ecwt e expressing c sympathy 1 for forIbe re ferIlk I
Ilk br boycott > yc e tt movement t bay l1e been received receivedby r
II by b local Jl Chin 0 bewea I
I DEATH DISCLOSES DSOLOSBS MARRIAGEIIIOL119rKR MARRIAGE MARRIAGEuoutaTKti MARRIAGgIIOIIT
IIOIIT uoutaTKti R WAS UEin uuitnsD UXI IND or orrorvo a aI
I rorvo IUO HIM iln fr4rvovi RA3MONDIlad fr4rvovincddtng n41aI >
I
I ncddtng rdll Had la Be Been e Kept a Secret Ift for forNtsrly forNearly or orlal
Nearly lal Tw T Vesr teareUpton fnlloD Union for Com Comlianlonshlp CC CCIaalenlblp Cornpantonahtp
lianlonshlp Iaalenlblp Will 11 the Intention tnlmto of M Mtnj Ut UtIl litlog
log Il Together ItcrAn Inqortt InqorttYONUM tnunt tnuntI lnquntfioxasM
YONUM ONIU May 1 31Cor SiCoroner Coroner Alfred Alrr II IIlltt UI Hlie
I lie I has ddded dtde to hold hal an inquest a u to tothe toIh tothe
the Ih death of Edward Ewar V t Hoillster Holtr of iota 4079Fulton ta taFlltan iotaFulton
Fulton Flltan avenue wnU Tremont who bo died d yester yesterday yestrday r rd
day d In II Bt John Hospital noplt this city cityIncidentally oty cityIncidentally I I100dfntI
Incidentally 100dfntI through Hollisters 1olltr death deathIt detb detbt
It t canto c out that tht be was u secretly al married marriedto maed maedto
to Mrs lr Alolh Alth Knickerbker Knickerbocker Raymond Raymonddaughter RTond RTonddulber Raymonddaughter
daughter dulber of Willis WII W Knickerbocker Knicerbke ofr1 of ofiM orUthme
iM Hawthorne avenue avn Yonkers Too kn and an a agranddaughter aItddaaabter agranddaughter
granddaughter Itddaaabter of the tb late Wilson Witn D DMocDonaU DAVnQ DMacDonald
MacDonald AVnQ the sculptor clptor Holllster Holitr Holitrerol r wu wuSO wartoyeareokd
toyeareokd SO year erol old Mm Mrs1lolhislerisf3 Mrs1lolhislerisf3The relomterl relomterl1be Hollliter I Ithe
the 1be fact l ot the marriage Inar wa M to I well wellguarded wellguarded en enero
guarded ero that not even evn th the Immediate Immediatefamilies hllDelt hllDeltrA11 immediatefandhloswere
families rA11 fandhloswere were lre aware A uf u It Mrs Uolhiter Uolhiteraid Ualhtlad Holbetersaid
aid lad today that though she li wa w wedded weddedto ede edeto
to Hollliter Uallitlr on October aobr 10 1008 JI she h he hadnot bad badnot ba banot
not lived lv with him She Sh explained nplnt that thatthe thatIhe thatthe
the marriages ma1 wo contracted ntrat far the thecompanionship th thlnplOOlhlp thecompanlonshlp
companionship lnplOOlhlp th the couple hating hainl no nointention nuintention I IIntloton
intention Intloton of living 110 together tocethet until unti Ilolhs Ilolhster 101 101tlr llullister
ter tlr wa u abl to recoup fIP hie hl h fortune which whichho lh lhhe
he lost It three tb year fa ago agoHpeaking sgoSpeaking ea eaHIkinc
Speaking of her husband hubod s lllneH In Mrs MrsHollister 1r MrsHollister I
Hollister lalllr mid I that tba he hl became cmo III l on May Mayl 1IY 1IYand
l and on the following Tueeday Tuay the de determined detnnlnt detennind ¬
termined tnnlnt to have bla him bl removed rmoyf to 1 this tbiscity tblcit thiscity
city cit where whr It would be b possible fur her herand bernd herand
and nd her he mother ftllr to t care cr plIle for him Hoi HoihUr 101 101llr hiolhater
hater llr wae WB brought brlleht to t St John Hospital HotolUlIn 101t
l the thehospital lb lbGpl1 thehospital
In an automobile alltloblk 1IU ii wine l ptixrl Pllzr pnulad
hospital Gpl1 doctor Lldo from rml the th start He te teI war waruncunuolots waaunconscious
unconscious Uolo moat IDot of I the lb tiiin lill > and Ki when whenooiiftvlous wh whIJloOlla whenounstdous
I ooiiftvlous IJloOlla he 10 was a too to weak to 1 talk tlk Im Immedlntely 1mmIIAII Inntnedbtely
medlntely mIIAII after huts hi hil death Coroner ll lland I Ike Ikeand
and ald Dr Barnes Im the th house bou hylein IdnysicAnrquestbned > hyiellnlulll hyleinquestioned
questioned lulll Mr Ira Hollister lomlfr Ilul later at length 1IClh She SheMM thl thlIlrlr Mitesaid
MM Ilrlr later laterThe laterThe
The 11 Coroner Corr asked alIi me many que quelion qucetionus Iu Iulor
lion lor about buL Uie 0 drugs drll my I husband bubnd had hadtakett hAt hailtakru
takett tk Mr irr Ile lira la Mid 11 it look Io u 1 us though thoughbe loIAb loIAbb
be b had taken tarud ground glass glassThe ClN ClNTh gliuThe
Coroner ordered Dr hrlleroes DrlUme r rllmf
The Th orolr Crr an n autopsy 11IY
lUme llmf who h performed It said al that deathwar death deathwaa eloat
war w du due to t natural causes C4I Coroner lie liehowever ll Ileshowever
however huevr baa h deckled deied not to t conclude concludehi Indud Indudbl
hi hie Investigation Inllllon until unti an Inquest baa baabeen b btn saebeen
been tn held holdMrs heldMm helJ
Mm In llollislers laUtea flrnt fnt marriage marlce wa w whe wheahe when whenshe ben benshe
she wa la l I year re of age While Whie on an anexcursion anexcursion a aIUlraan
excursion IUlraan to West t Point in lave le the ah ahmarri wa warmarried wamirrixJ
married marri by a Justice JIIII of the Peace IMC toOeorge to toGeorxe toOer
Georxe Oer < Raymond lamoaJ a mine promoter and andprospector aot andprospretnr
prospector IrJltor Sirs 11 hiolii HoUlstvr 1011 ter < nay that at atthe atthe 1 1the
the time tm she hf considered rntdP the marriage mrrajt a aa al ala as asa
a j JI joke ike an the tbf whole whle party were wr having havingtun blna
fun and nd jelling about bllt matrimony and andwhen andwhen nd ndben
when ben some Ime one onl dared her ft to marrr la the shemade themade lb lbmade
made good f Raymond wa a killed kie In InmIl a amlim amitts
mitts mIl explosion about blt a year yl after Ier themarriage the themarriage themrrlOee
marriage lie 11 left lef a I Urn Ir fortune lottlne to his hiswidow hi hiwidow hiid
widow id Soon n afterward rlerd a I eon fm who h bad hadbeen badb ha
b been n born hr to the cuuplo died diedTbe diedThe
The voting YOIa widow dow wa w vry deepondent deepondentand dtontlot dtontlotI
and ad she he says y that HollUur 1amlur who ho wa her herfather he herfathers
I father bent at roan ma ut lt hi hll marriage mrlp and andwho Andole andwho
who olten ole carried ram her lr about arut In hi arm armwhen arr arrwhen rln rlnh
when h sia hn IH wan a baby bb proved prvN kind and andsympathetic andsyrtqathetic nd ndlm
sympathetic lm during llrnl her trouble lrolbl and IInt when whenhe
he 11 h prolnoed irn > oe > d she Ib accepted him htmw hl
w 1 EI1 11 tf unl TO fill mii 11 Y1GVElAIatwr mrsMn mrsMntint swnlu
ll tint HuRlirs lu Make 11 the 11f iallin Un Measure 1lre 1lret a aI
I an MIIIPrtNlurf 1 PooUf HMKMMMMIa 111NN lr u uIIun r rAi
Ai AIatwr IIun ANtr May SI I Goy Go Hughe 11118f1 signed signedIke > ignedthe lle
the W alias 10 automobile utomable tax tal to x and d registration registrationiMll lllrtal lllrtalltll
iMll ltll toilay ttr to iisy Under Uncr the new n tea w which whichwill whichwill
will 1 take ki effect lf on August AUlllt I Secretary SecretaryK HI SecretaryKoenig I
K 1 Koenig > Mnls < AII estimate plmat that tht the State Slt will willrecvivM wi willrrrtY
than llnonnw mans annual annualrntewie annealrcveretp
recvivM 11 more Ir 101 nAII nAIIfI
rntewie fI Tb 1 BOW 1 law will II make Rk the Iliavfetirv tt theSeeutu
vfetirv sI > ur of SteteV It1 tilote ninco nf the 11 third largest Urgmtuf Lrt Lrtul
uf the lb revenue Inll producing prdlenc dvpflrtmentu d fnmnlll of ofIk ofthe r rI
Ik I the State SHHFrom StateFrom I Irm
From rm now 0 until 11 l Amu gust t t owner n uf ofIsutnmobilos ufjiitomoUW 41 41Ad
jiitomoUW anti Ad etuiuirmir e1Ulelll will w1 con continue ro contio ¬ I Ilnl
tinue lnl to urat of 1t rat under ufr tb tl thus prr present ent leisSo law lawNo 1
So numbers ffln will wl I he hnttlren Wen trl out under the IheCation Ill theCalbn I Iealln
Cation ealln law lw until Inll AiiRU It t I There Th have havelm M Man haveIrwn
Irwn lm > n an nnwxMlly IAlly targe Irj numlicr lmlr of appll appllion applications ppl I
cations < ion n for new IW numl nnmien > r < under undr the new newUw MWI newlaw
el Uw I m sepeeiaile > M II > eiallr from Sew York ork IIu IhiiTalo IhiiTaloIUwltr IlarI1 IlarI1HIhf ago agoIhokester I
Ihokester IUwltr HIhf > ler Hymens Kyr111 anti AII Elmira KlmlraMr tlmlrl tlmlrlMr
Mr hcxaU tOall iulaaa l 111 > Un to IMVV 11 an examine rjamlrutloti examineliar
liar 1101 of chuCvur hulllra m 1 New Vcrk uk city ci oni0 10e sonietime > oni0nun1 I IIi
time Ii I In June Junen June I III
n inn m T nifi MTUOV MTUOVl IT i lT Im ImlIlmmt 11111 111111e
1e > l rparlmrnt Ponds Icl It I Ilimrult mmMI I IGt la larl 10t
Gt rl t the Ih Nunlirn luk Ham 10 tp tpWJIIIVOTOX CpsWASttlXo1OS 1 1W
WJIIIVOTOX W II I SOTO May SI The Tti 11 wrecking wreckingform wreckingforce rkinl
form lol In charge cbr of rai rilnc raising ing the th naval ram ramKtlnlidin ramKlahrtln ramKatahdin
Ktlnlidin from the tbf bottom hotom of th the h Potoman PotomsnIhver PotomanIliver Polomnnlr
Iliver ha has l bn n experiencing J1rncn unetpected unetpecteddideultle IUtpttd IUtpttddimoultf umeapectddiCloulties
dideultle dimoultf The TI Katahdin KIIMln wa stink hy hya Ir IrIlb
a twelve inch Ilb projectile mjftl8 which hi h truck Itrlll struckher truckher
her below 1110 the water linn I in an n ordnance ordnanceexperiment orntl ordnanceexperiment
experiment Irment at t the Ihl naval proving Iroinj ground groundat Klnd
at 1 Indian IHUn Head HradPowerful lad ladrowtrlll Headrowerful
Powerful rowtrlll pump pum have lx 1 been > n at t work workupon warkrn workupon
upon rn the tb Katahdin Ihin since Inc she Ihl sank nk about abouta 0111 0111a
a week ago aeo In view of the Ih fact that thathe thatshe h hIh
Ih she he ha ha not yH l htf hren > wi raised rlfl the Ibl general generalbelief generalbelief < nr1 nr1Ilrr
belief Ilrr i iA that the Ihl damage to her hull hlll I Imor Imor Is Ismore
mor < > M seriotl > rioiM rotslh1 than the naval eirwrta arewilling are arewilling re rein
willing in to admit amit ulcer lr vemel I 1J arriving arrivinghern arrivinghere ntln ntlnhflI
here on lot I Saturday reported rt1 that the Ihework Ib Ibark thework
work ark of railing her had almost been com completed romplelfld cornpleted ¬
pleted and nd that her decks were w awash awahVf awashVessels lIIIh lIIIhncIchla
Vessels Vf U reaching here yesterday how however howe howover
ever e reported that the Katahdin hadapparently had hadapparently hadlpJllUflIr
apparently link again a a only onl a part of ofher orhflr ofher
lpJllUflIr her manta were re out of th the water ter She Bhewill Bbewill Shewill
will he towed to the Waahln Washington ton Navy NavyYard wavyYard Y YI
I Yard for repair when hfIQ she h he Ie I raited raitedrutrwonH nteed1IItEIIORH9
1K
rutrwonH naRIU wuvi t1tV i nnnr nnnrUrrltlvn F1011TDertels milTI
I
I Urrltlvn Unl i Kneneil on the Mandamus fara far farKrre IDrffO
a Free ffO 81 MUSupreme le leSupremd
I Supreme Court Justice Rrlanger Frlaa r re reaorved refd reserved
served fd depinlon yesterday on the appli application appltcation ppltlon ¬
cation tlon of Mlrabeau Town counl forretail for forretail forIAn
retail IAn firework dealer for a writ of ofmanilamu ofi ofmandamus
i mandamus nclamu illrrcling Fire Commissioner CooimlonerWaldo
Waldo to lain to any sa applicant permit permitfor JIlnnitaror
for the t nab iii of fireworks between June JUIIfIIU
14 anti 1 July Jul to t Cornmlwlontr Waldo Waldorefuaal Waldorefusal
refusal ru1 to Issue permits wu declared declaredby d
by th the applicant pgllea at to be autocratic aut taI lIB lIBrill unlaw unlawful iw iwful ¬
ful and ad UKtfftnt 1IaI1fJIIfI1wiant uuarpingIretatant UKtfftntAt
At Iretatant Ifcont CJerporarion Counsel Wtlll WtJlllal WtJlllallkof In IniltfenM intrfene I
iltfenM lkof of tlw Cemmllonrri Cemroll IIPI action actionmkl actioaHid actionseal 1
Hid tint he It ha bo full power ta leIPjmt reject apptl sppkcatloru pPtI1 pPtI1N = 1 1eatJona i
eatJona N ona and Dd declared that th the order of ofth ofthe oftheM I
th the theM MimWlp psIBZPleMYeCommiMlonfnh psIBZPleMYeCommiMlonfnhbidding BxpteWve I vn Cemmlulon fnr fnrbi
bidding bi < Ming the ul of fireworks ki any ay build building bItIWIflc buildsag I I
ing sag oecupl occupied d n III asadweMkkg rlwetling a or net ll e equipped equippedwith < HipfMdwith t tIth
with Ith automata aurem e sprinkler Is I arraonabt arraonabtregulation r aotllWe aotllWerfltlelimt e eregtdst
regulation regulationAnt m mA
I Ilav I
Ant A i tk tie Mme SII sad III la til Nis FiulkHli FiulkHliXp r Fa FaN
I Xp Ktur r > lt lnaiBiif = tfri a efc T Tlllwn
lav N lllwn W I IMtfWf tWfTr tr er aiWjTwl rittll l < M i
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SrsiJoo CONE I3IAXD UIA D BArR BATfTAWcnnen BArRA BATHAldermen
Aldermen A MIIea Refuse to t Slake It TieOOO TieOOOIVtporal 119069Proposal GOGe GOGeItoponl
Proposal to t Clear CII use Beach BeachTh BftIclIn BeechTh
Th Alderaaa after A thr three hour de debat d dbat dosbat
bat yesterday rtt rday appropriated It 173000 173000for 173000for OOO OOOI
for a > public bath at t Coney bland An Anamendment AnameadmeDt Anamendment
amendment to 1720000 wa u proposed proposedbut p opoaedbut
I but defeated The resolution making roakladthe IIIklD11
the appropriation wu w adopted by b 61 1 tq toTh tqTh a aThe
Th The board adopted arosolutlon aroolutlonrequ arOlOlutionreqUllltloe requat requatlag t tIng
lag the Board of Estimate to take steps stepsto tep tepto I Ito 1
to remove either by purchase purcb or condem condemnation coodfmnation condemnation ¬
nation th the building abutting on thebeach the thebeach tbebeach
beach at t Coney Con Island eo o that the water waterfront wterfront waterfront
front c can a ba converted J into l to a parkway parkwayr parkwaySIrdtS
SIrdtS r n FR011 r FRO ov wioir HU OW OIFN STRAP STRAPClnctnoatl URAlCtnttnaatt STRAPCincinnati
Cincinnati SI laD an Rrfor Rejoice Knowingly l lAppreprtate tApPprtato to toApproprate
Appreprtate Other Peeple Cermt CermtCixctitXAn GIIftItCIXCPlICAn GerotsCnaclxxui
CixctitXAn May Ia It 1InI the new Health HealthDepartment UlltaDtpartmeat IlalthDepartment
Department ot Cincinnati ha has succeeded tucceededla
la I owning the avenge race citizen to the thegerm thetrID thegerm
germ peril Announcement by Health HealthOfficer lIetllOtlloer hfealttiOftloer
Officer lAnd brother of Judge K U MLandis UIndU 11IAlldl1
IndU of Chicago that tb germ are lurk lurkIng lurklog
log everywhere bfe hu disclosed dllCl to Daniel DanielChredron DanlCbrfdron DanielChredrom
Chredron of W9 Union avenue nue the pres presence prnCOt presence ¬
ence of genre Cf on drape to which pen pengera pueenIlra pseeengees
gees bang In street I oar oarsChredron oarChredron OIUI OIUIChnmroQ
Chredron ha b pus therefore manufactured manufacturedhi
hi bill own strap and use it dally dallTln iu hi his treet streelar treetcar tlltltcar
car travel It bail II au ordinary ordillAl7lrap trap with withbook a ahook ahook
hook to nt over the bar It can be mapped mappedInto
Into place pla O or removed without difficulty difficultyOhaerver elltnlultyOrs difficultyOterver
Ors who ho think he i Is ioitallbtg atarot a araror araror
raror trop nod intends to have are arequickly a aqulokl arequickly
quickly rrsured < The purpose of thestrap the thetrap thenp
trap np Chredron explain II I to avoid old con contact COlttaeL eontact
tact with lth a trap that has II > Iwen handled handledby
by hundred of passenger before eal him himHealth hiillJllIlth himHtulth
Health Offlcur Indi Mid lotUy lotUyHi lo day dayihb
Hi ihb Ides idrnSTItlT I is fln flniTIIIIIII fine fine9TR1tuV1NIwi0TO
STItlT 9TR1tuV1NIwi0TO iTIIIIIII Hl KIMlttTO W Tfl tOHTlK tOHTlKlmU F011T ullnwI VL VLLands
Lands I HuMlan fount ount and anlIJotolo iioetor In Prhen Prhenrtrr PrhanAfter rlDnut
After ut limit Ilea Man llr llrItMt UIIIW titreepMd
epMd ItMt IHipotilt to r TK tvx SvxHr InHr tvxHr
Hr lITJlIIIBUllfJ IlTKi BDiu May 31 A 1111 sensation sensationhe ntlonhu Ion Ionha
ha hu been munefi t here h hy Urn Ih arrest at of ofCount 01COIiOt ofCount
Count lruMy y and Dr I > r Patuchenko on onplelon su supielnn u upiclon
piclon of poisoning < Count llouturlln an anofflwr snofficer n nomClr
officer of r the Imperial Guards Ilia I who bo re retVntly reIIII reGently
Gently IIII died ell vudilenly In u I niycterioU niycterioUmanner OItrloUIimnllr rptriouemanner
manner mannerCount mnllrCOllnt mannerCount
Count llouturlln wan 11I heir to a fortune fortuneof
of USnoiXM 13 IJJO Count lywy wan hi hibrotherinlaw his hlabrolbtrinla hisbrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw and heir and he b U accused 1ctU1Ofdor accunedof
of having bribed Ur lltcbnko I t chtnko to adminaler ad adwlni adbllnilltr
wlni bllnilltr ter strychnine strychnine1xLOSI0 IItr1chnlneIXIItIJ10 trychnlnKxriiisin
Kxriiisin 4xu xi 1 run m IT T SKI uIIIptn SK1spontaneous SKINpontanreu
spontaneous IIptn famtiu mbuIUon tlen en n the Allan Allanllnrr IlIa1IDfr titanIslrr
llnrr Ionian tontanUNr llratjr Gate GI Tee TeeilosTRii TeloKTtlIltAL TeeMox1kAL
ilosTRii May 31 31Without Without any anyilgnal an anIanla anysignals
signals of dUtmM flying but badly di diabktd die diebled dlrabled
bled neverth nevertheless leiN > the tteanuhlp Ionian Ionianof
of the Allan I Iilld < irx > M named into port to today todA today ¬
day dA She had been damaged by a terrific terrificxploalon terrillcekMllln terrificeipkwinn
xploalon which s occurred in the forward forwardcoal rardcoal forwardcal
coal bunkers wrecking several cabin the theeamena theseamen I Imn
seamen mn quarters quart chain locker and anddecking anddetkingfnnnrd Ad Add8lklnc
decking detkingfnnnrd forward of the wheel hou houlire house bouaeI houseFlt
lire I broke out Immediately after theeplaion the theexploakm theelploaon
exploakm The Th accident happened when whenthe whenthe hen henthllltNmahlp
the thllltNmahlp steamship wa bucking a heavy hll seA atASpontallflOlIII seASpontaneous a aBpontanoouit
Bpontanoouit combustion t given A < M the thecaune tb tbThe theeauee
caune cauneThe eaueeThe
The passengers of the Ionian were wereaiileep wereasleep n naIOfp
asleep on Friday Frida morning and nd the ve vessel vesselwas l lwa 1on
was wa on her way wa up the St Lawrence Lawrenceto
I to Montreal when the eiplotlon took tookpUco took1111I10 tookplaro
pUco Threw Th passengers were ere Injured InjuredThe InjureTIle injuredThe <
The tire wa quickly qUi k got 10 under control controlin control1lrrrr OO I Im
in 1lrrrr liT S xivfvr n Ili rininnt rininntPellreman r11LDRh1PIleentan
Pellreman 1trC Mrdlotn Iota lyt h Two street streetIan NlreelCar ilr1I I
I Car I flrr Ta Teulnl < lng Little lilrU tildeTwo tilde tildeTwo klp
I IT
Two T uhildron on the Ih car traek at atThirtieth atTIIrIltth atThirtieth
Thirtieth street and Seventh avenuebecame avenue avenuetx
i tx hmm onmn cnnftited ypit yesterday > rday u a a north northbound nortbhnd northIwstnd ¬
bound and rId a southbound Seventh avenue avenuecar YenllI
car bore I down dD upon them PolicemanJames Policeman PolicemanJamr PallCOtmanI
I James MtOlotn < OOIn of the th Tenderloin station 1lIoaI latlonJumped
i I Jumped l ltn > otwiH > n the th rnn rn and a threw th the thechildren thllI thechildren
I children beyond dangerThe danger dangerThe dsnllrTb
The KMithlxvmd foOIllhboclltfllllr car struck th the police policeman polleeran ¬
man and nd threw him In front of the th other otheroar allnrlnar othercar
I
oar which dragged llralt t him several ral feet feetliefom INIIlfro feetbefore
lnar before Ilfro It cnultl Iw h stopped III His collar collarIwne onIlar1 onIlar1bOA collarI
I bOA and two ril rilsr in lilt left attic id were werobroken W werebroken fII I Ibroken
broken his hi Iwxlv wa al Idly bmixed bmixedand bruisedand I IInd
and he h may ma have hA niiitained internal In Injurie InJuri
Ijuries Ind jurie He wan taken home to US It Went WentIQtt Westlotd
IQtt street at streetHe trmtHwrefuMHl rtI
I He HwrefuMHl II refueel to make a complaint agalnct agalnctthn Int IntIth
the two motormen mol rmlfl Who the Ih two little littlegirl littleItina littlegirls
Ith
girl were fro wa aN not at learnRROIPIPIT learned learnedItOOWKlT INm1noafInIT
ItOOWKlT HKIHtlM IIU IIUIfra PIIN4tshes 4VA 4VAfthrr
fthrr Ifra and nd llrldrimalil al l the III Marriage Marriageof
of 0 the E1 Kvlrnldmr Presldrl Hen HenTheodore It Itnln MonThewlon
Theodore Hooe Roosevelt ell Jr announcedla announced < 1 1Iat
la lest t night nl < Chit It ushers lIIhl and n1 bridesmaids bridramaidat hrhlm dN dNt
at t hi his wedding ldlnJP on June 7 0 o to Mi stisa fi a Eleanor EleanorIhitler KlranorButler Ylfnorfllltlr
Butler Alexander 11 t iT Went Forty Fortyevmth Fort FortMvPth Fortysvettth
evmth street ttreelKvelyn ItlftltITn streetEvelyn
Evelyn ITn du Pont Irving fa I to bn I iiet tawtman iietman t tmn
man and nd Kermit IUxwvelt I II hi his vounger ymingerbrother voungerbrother nllnjtftrhmlh
brother Francis M I R Itocho nOl h John W WCutler WCutler
Cutler Haralllnn Kih Jr K Morgan MorganGilt MorganGilbert ortpan ortpanGill I
Gilbert Gilt > ert rt Fulton Cutler Grafton ChapmanGeorge Chapman ChapmanQeorge CbpmanUeorK
George Chapman George Iloowell hi hiecond his hlltfrond hissecond
second coiwin and Munnxi unroll Robinson Kohin on thenuuhet the theiMher theIbe
iMher iMherTli nuuhetThe
Ibe111ft
The 111ft bridesmaids are to be Mi Kltza EUraboth Kltzabelli lluIth
both IVrtron rtron Mr Snowden Fahn FbnfOAtoek FbnfOAtoekIiM tock tockMiM
Miss Harriet Alexander l nnrtr coualn of the theBride thnbnde th thhride
Bride Mi JanetUt Alexander also lo cousin couainof
of th the bride MI Miss < Jean W Delano and andMi andiaoI andMiss
Mi Miss iaoI Jessie WeWngtonDrake WDington Urake of Pert PariFrance rmFrance PertFrance
France FranceMK1V FranceIHlI France1NK1
MK1V IHlI > fPD KKl > Till lOn lOnIrnlprl lo OflKrrdcrlrk R RYrrdrrlrk
Krrdcrlrk T Parsons nil III Take a Deputy Deputyremmbnlenr Upulmmatauullhlp Ikputymm
remmbnlenr mm mmatauullhlp rhlp la Queens QnernCommimloner C QueensCommissioner Hft HftCommill
Commissioner Commill laner Thompson of the De Department 0partlllfflt 0 0pariment ¬
partment of Water Wt Supply Rupp Gu G and Elec Electricity Dectrielt Electricity ¬
tricity trielt said yesterday terd that be b Intended Intendedto
to appoint Frederick T Parsons to sue suecoed uo uoceed UGCHd
coed Char Charles C C Wlaael u deputy for forQueen rorQueena forQueens
Queen Mr Parsons rl1tOlII1a la a coffee Importer Importerdoing Importerdtinc Imparteritning
doing business bual at L toe Front street ttreetMr streetMr
Mr Thompson said that Mr Parsons ParaonarMdU Parsonsreadily Paraonrradlly
readily agreed to accept t the lb office for the thoreaaon IhoMIUOD thereason
reason that he I 1s anxious to have a band bandIn
In purifying condition In Queen The ThealaryUMOOOayerwhloh Theselaryba0ooayearwblok
alaryUMOOOayerwhloh 17 13000 JMr bloh U juat aboutenough about aboutenough boutnouAb
enough Mr Thompson said Id to buygao buygaolene blluoflQlI buy gain gainlone
lone flQlI for th ester < several automobiles owned ownedby OWIIfIdby ownedby
by Mr Parsons ParsonsFLAGMAN FareonFLAOUAX rnoLAG1tlA
FLAOUAX LAG1tlA SAVKXJSB0VR JA V 16 SOUR TJMIN TJMINJutting lIMINIPlI TRd1NJtttsg
Jutting IPlI Bud lied1 Bretoea Ban ram W y HaTe HaTeWreeked HanNre1hM v vWrecked
Wrecked 201x ae Ccatary United UnitedUromv Ih Itcd ItcdI
I Uromv Lad tad HOT HatltAa 31As H A the Teen TwetwtUth Teentleth
tUth Csatm1 Cwt T UaUcd en Ib 11M tau lwaI Ster SterRailroad IsarRailroad
Railroad w was piiroaoola p tU cit ftW at atMty t tMer I
arty mie an D hear ibis morning William Williamebinmg WlffiamNrUhuig
NrUhuig flagULa diacove Heorred < d Oat a arail araI I I I
I rail of the tack WM br broken km and wu wuHkteR w wartla I IliP I
HkteR op in hittahula 1M A air 1 wreck war waaavritMe I II
Inav avritMe ttahula t tfettle I tf tfe lbs limited Ia4t d ran a agatest aie t the ttoJ 1MJIICtItI
J fettle KtlB j end of there tiwroflHuMlnx die rG rGMuRiJlnI i <
Thu HuMlnx toward the appew apfrovfcteg T THe tg lIIar lIIarl M r rXbHmg
XbHmg 111I1 taft 4 U
l He awe e xtt4 I ta bri brIaaIaa fte it to Mad MadMiaf 1 I
1 Miaf Mi i a In lr a 6Ir fililllnL tip
I liAR WAR ON WESTERN RAILROADS RAILROADSMOVES i ioeviByi11INT
I
oeviByi11INT G v Ynr MOVES TO sror srorGKXEJIAT STorG1fW
GKXEJIAT G1fW RAL RArE IXCJUSASK IXCJUSASKAtterwy INCUtSfAUlIMtoGe 1YCRZ1SEAtternsGeaerrh
Atterwy AUlIMtoGe CnMnU Mr Taft Tafteeore Approving ApprovingSecures AalJItO1IIclfeQfN
Secures eeore Injunction Against Twenty TwtotrOre
Ore RaDroodi WbMe New tut flats Ware cr crto WI WII
I to C Ge Into erect at ttMo 3lkhtt SlldIItht SlldIIthtIlAnlA sl slHimttaat
IlAnlA Mo May UJudge UJudgeJ D DaviJ DaviJJ YIJ YIJJ
J Dyer of the lb Unltod State StateCourt Chap ChapCourt i iCourt
Court for the Eitern Dlttrict D of Missouri Matouriittlngto 1 4urf I
ittlngto chamber chamberaaUSOooIcolc cbamberaate at dOoolook Wclgbt Wclgbtliaued WnitbtIssued J
Issued a temporary Injunction restraining restrainingtwentyfive reatraln restrainingtwentyfive c j 1
twentyfive teDtn W WOItem Se + tera railroad from en enforcing ¬ I
forcing effecting or making the advance advanceIn
j
In Interstate Commerce CoraraitMon Commleaientariff CoraraitMontariff Commltlllcmtariff
tariff Al Alii 14 oa thlfOUI1d the ground that the odvacoei odvacoeihave adlnoetbA i ilure
have bA been arrived J at t by the defendant defendanttherein defendanttherein i
therein by agreement with IUI each other otherand othernd otberand
and nd without competition OO and nd In violation violationot nol4l1 nol4l1of
of the act of July J Itao called call tits titsSherman thiSherroan i iSbIlM1llt
Sherman antltnut antl truat act actIt actIt ct 1
It la further elated la the restraining restrainingorder reatralnlarordf
order that unless unl ouch arwtrsJnlnz rf8tra1n1n order orderbe
be lasted told advances will 11I b be m meffoctive melfecth meffective +
effective June I 1110 to the tb grave harm barmand MII1Ind harmand
and nd Injury of the people of th the Unltd UnluJThe i S SHtatra
litallt HtatraThe 1 1Th
The Th petition tltlan upon which th the Injunction Injunctionwa Injun loa
wa Issued wu preeented to Judge Dyer Djrrby 0 0b Dyerby j
by b Edwin P OrMvenor of Washington Washingtonsaslstaat WublnltOIl1II111lIt Vahlnntoajualttot
jualttot to the AttorneyGeneral of tilt thsUnited tiltUnled IbiUnited
United States and nd Frederick V Judwo Judwoof Judtof 1 1of
of 8t Ioui actinic n a like Ilk rapacity rapacityThe flapatflThe
The petition wa w signed by Genrge O o1r > rite W WWlckenham j j1ckenhm I I
Wlckenham AttorneyGeneal II VIUlam VIUlamH Ii IiH i iH
H Kenyon assistant tlDt to the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral ttom ttomGIDerl
General Frederick N Judson and Edwin EdwinP 1 1p
P Grotvenor apeelal assistants ta theAttorneyGeneral the theAttorneyGeneral th
AttorneyGeneral and nd Charle A Rout
I IUnited t tUnit eUnited
United Unit State Attorney AttorneyThree AttnmeThfM AttorneyThese jl jlAUornOIntfat
Three railroad lire fe restrained from fromputting rmlllPlllline frostsputting
putting Into effect elf ecK the proposed advance advancein dan danIn
in freight rate rateAtrhlton rteUrbllOn ratesltrhlaon
Atrhlton Topeka and nd Manta Ft Chlogo Chlogoami
and nd Alton Chicago C lro and 001 Northwetlirn NorthwetlirnChkfo Northwe trn trnChicago
Chicago Jlurltnston and ud Quinrr Cnleaco CnleacoOreat CbieuoGreat
Great Wrttern Chicago Indiana and I
Southern Chlnco Milwaukee and nd Otry
Chicago Milwaukee and 81 Paul Chicago
Peoria and nd Hi lx Louie > ul Chicago Rock Island Iilandand Islandand ID IDnd
and nd tactile Chicago Ht Paul UtnnMpolU UtnnMpolUand l lDd
and Dd Omaha Elcln Jol J Jobt lII t and Kaitero KaiteroFort FAII FAIIrort FaternFort
Fort Dod Dodge e Dw OlIoDd DeMotneeaadnorrlhernllltaob DeMotneeaadnorrlhernllltaobCentral Moine and Southern 80111harAIIIlJl01l 80111harAIIIlJl01lCenlralloCnltI llllnot llllnotCentral
Central CenlralloCnltI Iowa rentril Cem rl Kansas ICacMiCltyBouthern ICacMiCltyBouthernMlnnrapolt CIty60uthra CIty60uthraMinneapolis
Minneapolis and nd Bt Lout Louie Minnaipollt MinnaipolltHI
HI Paul and nd Scull IIlu 1111 8 1 Marie Chicago IChlcacrodlltIIIlDI Chkagodlvialonl Chicagodiviaont
dlvialonl Missouri Kansas and 1Id Texas TexatMlMOtiri TluWINenl TexasMlisenri
MlMOtiri PaclncQulncrOraahaland Pacific fllle QulllC1OIllhaJand Kaoaat Kaoaatritr RDIUeu KanusCkty
ritr eu y Iowa aDd Bt txral St tout and Santnncbco Baa BaaFranrbco Ballrrancaeo
Franrbco t ml and Dta Moines D4 afl aflIh andthe > D4the
the Ih Wabash WibuhThe WabashThe buh buhTh
The Government petition wu filed at atnoon a anoon atnoon
noon la the Ih Federal Fede court United Stat StatClreult StateCircuit o oCircuit
Circuit Clerk Jame R Gray Ora ffllnj tnIn the thetyle tbeItyle thestyle
style of th the document with proper PftI r notaLlonl netsbone nota notation ¬
bone The new II of the th filing of the docu document doeument decoa ¬
ment mectae 1ru withheld from reporter In 8U 8Ulout 8tloula Stfouls
lout loula on th 1M ground that District Judge JudgaD
D J Dyer ought to act on the th petition petitionbefore pedtloberO petitionbefore
before berO the newspaper got hold of itj itjImportant itaImportat it itImportant
Important new newImmediately n nImmedlattly newsImmediately
Immediately after filing IIlIn the document documentJndaon docum documtllJlltbon nt ntJudaon
Judaon took up the tb petition and hoarded hoardeda
a train for Hannibal In company with Mr MrGrovenor JrOrnliYffIOr IdrGrosvenor
Grovenor Mr Grotrenor r telegraphed ttlfgraphtiMr
Mr Judson loUt l Jt Saturday Saturd that he wu on onhi onbl onhis
hi his way to St Uul with the petition petitionMonday petitl petitionAs n nanol
As Monday anol wa a legal holiday tb the peti petition petltian petition ¬
tion had to wait over 0 until today toda Notsingle Not ot 4 4tinele AInde
single copy of the petition could be ob obtained ob1lnllli ohtamed ¬
tamed In I Ihl hi city ell after tetr Mr r Judon and andMr andIr
Mr Ir nrkmDykdlofthea frovefor left left1ra
1ra 1rMialir flually oil of the aocalled alledoommod commod commodity ¬
ity rate rt were e increased by tariff Wed Wedby 1IIa1by Aleby
by the h Western Trunk Line Committee Committeewith Cemminwith
with th the h Interstate Commerce e Commit CommitIon rommlin p pson
Ion on April ifl and J7 Neneof wore of thecLua thecLuarateo the class clU4rtOll classrates
rates wa wu 0 Inert inoreaseil 1 and nd few I of r the com commodity commOlily cornmatity ¬
modity rate ral cucaprd Among monA the oem commodity oemmoditr m m1D0dity
moditr rate which eh were P1ft not mtrewd mtrewdwere IRlTn IRlTn11M
were ttHtke 11M on oil and 1If1 petroleum Tin Tininer 11HInEr Tkaineraea
ineraea iner < a < M > ft affeet between 1 Iin 10 and IM of theprincipal the thaprincipal theprhlll
principal prhlll pal commodities of commerce commerceH
I It may be explained that a commodity commodityrain commoditI
rain ral I IN male liy taking takll1 a commodity out outof Oll Ollor outof
I of the th nocallel 1100 lie I class cI to willed hlll r It belongs belongsand hnlongand 1 nl l lnd
and nd giving it a spec apreial ai rate that A i lower lowerthan iow III IIIthan r rthan
than the clan el rate ral from whieli it wo tak taken tknIIriclnIIT takenoriginally t toriginally
originally TIll added burden which whichwould tthllboul1 whichwoo
would woo lJ b tie plaid upon the ahipper in theevent the theevent theITt
event of Increased rate would amount to tomany Lamn Inmany
many mn million of dollar annually annuall It Itstated M Mtated IItat1
stated that fully jo n per cent ot the traflo traflocarried trmoArrl1 trafllecarried
carried by the th railroad between bft Chieaw Chieawland l1tleaand
land nd the th Missouri River plarm Illar and nrt hn hnIwera II IIIwlPtl
I
Iwera all 11 the III plar planes nfffcted and th thMIMOIITI th thi theMissouri
i Missouri f llllOllr Kiver places u carried rArrl encommodity en encommodity oni
i commodity rommo 1ilr < rates rtp4VaHixiiT ratesAetlY110x 1 1WtIt
WtIt VaHixiiT AetlY110x UTO < iv May 31 Instructing K El Elward U Uward
ward 1 P Grmvenor on nne n of his hi tvitlarti tvitlartiwho illal1t illal1tho
who ho was w in St I tflIi < QIIII to apply at t onceto once onceto noteto
to Judge David J Dyer of tM th < Fedtril Fedtrildistrict F Fl < i hnl hnldltrict rl rlditnct
district for an Injunction retraining retrainingtwnnty lfJtralnln lfJtralnlntwyh restrainingtwentyfive
twnnty twyh > flrn railroads in the middle West Westfrom WelrmlD 1e 1efrom
from putilnKlntonfTpctlncr rutlilllt IntofIIPct Increlflln aeln freight freightrate IrfIhtrH freightrates
rate ranging from ID 1010 to 30 per cent < Atturny At AttorneyGeneral t ttomfyOellllr
torneyGeneral turny OenePal Wlckrrtham m hold that th thrailroad tM tMrailraadA therailroads
railroad In making Itt increase incrpAwtthrough IncrtAvthroujth increasethyugh
through the theWtcomTmnklne Western Tnmkllne Committee Committeeacted CommJt CommJtacted Committeeacted
acted in concert and In violation of f the theSherman tblt8IMInnan theSharman
Sherman antitrust law The Th rate ra were wereto wereto wereto
to go into effect eft at t midnight tonight sod aadthe udthe sodthe
the Department of Justice put forth everyeffort every everyeffort IT ITffort
effort to obtain the injunction injunctionThe InJun ion ionnil
The activity actlnt of the AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneraloffice
office i ta partly this Lb result lIlt of tb t b appeal appealwhich appealwhich ppealblch
which WM made to him yesterday terda by a adelegation adkttlon adelegation
delegation of shippers from the middle middleWeet middleeM middleWest
West eM supported by btweol twenty or more mo Influ Influential lolluntlal m m mentlal ¬
ential member of Congress from that pan panof pl1or partof
of the country Before the shippers hadappeared had hadappeared badappeared
appeared before him tb the Attorn AttomeyGelltfal AttomeyGelltfalhad yO Mral Mralbad
had been looking up the cue and had ant anthis nt nthi atbIa
hi his aaftstant to St Lod tq bo ready foraction for rftractloa feraction
action actionTb actionT
actloan
T Tb e Department of Justice aIM ba baa oh ohtame ex extalned et ettt
tame tt ed a a special counsel CiOllnat I In the t ca C4frfdortck cast castFrederick j jFrederick
Frederick N Judson of Bt Lout Mr MrJudoa lrJlttIaoa MrJltdon
Judoa erred in one or two importantrailroad Important Importantrailroad Importulrailroad
railroad COOM under the Roosavelt RooteveltAdmln RooteveltAdmlnIaratloD RooeeveltAdminiatratloo Admin AdminUtration
Utration The Deportment of Justin Justinbod Julthbad Justicehad
bad expected to obtain It injunction ite this thitafternoon IhltaltAttnoaa thissftehtooo
afternoon but the Aaatont Attorney AttornoyGeDeral Attomllo AttorneyOeneral
GeDeral o f fOlllld ou d that tbatJudgo Judgo Dyer Dysewa WM sitting rittlagIn Ntda Ntdata
In alt HA Mo and U t I ta understoodtbat understood u demoorttb
that both Mr Qrwftaor 0 and Lawyer LawyerJudeoo Larludeoa LawyerJudean
Judeoo left St 8t1AuIa Leata for Hannibal 1Ia1 b1 to th thtope tb1wpeofbCJlqwtoohWn tbe tbehots
tope 1wpeofbCJlqwtoohWn ofbdua of bangable able to obtain the In Junction IftJUDotl IftJUDotlWon injunctionbefore JunctionThe
Won mId JchtI nll t tLb
The Deprtent t of ell Janice to Ito pro proraedteciacl9i PIGtb pm pmreedier
I raedteciacl9i reedier sma + d tt tb WsgsnnTrmk Western Irak Uo UoCommute tinCommittee
Commute will arm that 04 tbs railroad railrodhave raIJrochke railroadhave
have entered rod Into a combination In viola vioUttec violadon
don of the Kaarmaa Mbm tia set8 rttra trtist t law T3PrscideB T3 Ifnpnddn
PrscideB rrc west err err tt tob elM M with the theAtterneyGenttral ti tilttorBy
lttorBy neoenaal en t i AtotMratec outs JIGIIIIIq aadomi aadomioarred and aactwith eei eeioatrA
oarred with Wta ta 1 eke epfcvlen lee ttut t Sa Safa I IIftJ Jhijuttetioa
Junction fa IftJ outfought H lpc to lellaHpa be kepis kepisTb at atne are aremm
Tb eabjeet iAj J t alto wa dbctMed dis awed at atI ii iicum
C IaCc IaCck1It cumItagpeeted
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