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p mill 1111 m 1 niHr Im a lUi II Been t Demn Dcmenitratrc Dcmenitratrch tralyd tralydhl
h hl > iD lluien lerl Talk I la Ohl Btadrflli Btadrfllir ItUdtCIr ItudeapNsa
Nsa r r > 0 < v Ino 1 3 Pretldent Taft mae sugtftt 1lU1f maePte <
Pte tftt f i night that the report that thaiml1 thatall thatsal
sal all crv Mil d understood him to pre pr3irt preiIl prerdI
3irt iIl i + niri n tl I panic in hh speech to the thirta4er they theas4rr
rta4er y Ohio het Northern Unlvnroltj Unlvnroltjii UnlllnltII
ii 1Ai Id d + ridlculiiu ridlculiiuto rldiMIIIn
to fl n first place IA uld the President Presidentfi
ltl fi 0 ue the huaines situation It II IIIII IsM U
III 1 M < > e impoMlhln n IIIt to expect that th thlttra the thee
mwth wlb In trade shall eootlnui eootlnuithe
lttra fC e rmng rm < ilr <
II the Ib rr rortlrn rtkMi In which we ham hA MOT MOTa peenUPad
a tip8d luring Irtna the U last t ten year and anda n nIt
a u res serer lIIIhlo n blo to suppose UII that at some eomljn 11011I8LIW somets
ljn + e a hin i he next decade there willif will willt
t if vr srtf + action or scone financial atria nurinpcrv IItriDpr
1 pcrv pr < r iierhups h It a financial panic panicirer panichIoM panlerPhl
irer rPhl h hIoM l the progress that hoi hoiton hAIlHfll haskn
ton made real and substantial There ThenBUT Theremy
BUT 1 t 4 A hilt ilt there may ho a scaling IIn of ofw ofether ol olttlw
ether tI but there the we w have had term rum time timer
p fnw t me llowed f 1 hy h u recovery which whichhdKweo1 whichhdtsel I IInd1fllfc1
hdKweo1 TIIT 1 a momentary iaea iaeaMr lap lapMr
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Mr Tart T ft touched at the lb idei Id that he hetravelling hefrlllnr hew
w travelling about the country preach preachreran preachLI i iEC
reran EC Panic nlC He wished it madecknir made clear that thaturr that0r I
urr m tie II who hI ook him for or an n alarmist alarmUtIM alarmistfneth I Ihh
IM fneth frwMi hh h and that panic stories were wereThe wfreIrd werehhalri
hhalri Ird The Th President it far from will willtecare willt willca
t t > tecare 11 that the country ia In Inti a aMV aeat
ti MV financially He It thinks he only onlywhs1 onl onln onlyreel
reel n 1 whit hA has been demonstrated by byr1 b bI byhut
hut I r th that t period of depression are arei
c t M fofIM rapeClednsrvanon fofIMnrallnn
i n nrallnn erv non one nn of Ihe lb President PresidentiMYitt Presidentr I IIMI
iMYitt IMI r opics IIt was the subject of hi hiiH hill his hisH1aa
iH H1aa 11 al Ihs Board of Commerce lommll ban banqet banQ bantart
tart Q hr lereonight I nOIarhi Gov Warner Senator SenatoiJi SftIalorlJIA SenatorJar1s
Ji lJIA i Tsar r Burrow Representative RepresentativeT RertlenllhsTonIIi
T TonIIi Town vn > eu1 and Denby onb and nd Assistant AsaislantSfrreurv AMitantSooIfar AssistantSe
Sfrreurv Se rerarr of ihe Treasury Hllle wen wenimong wereanoagthedistinguished ere ereII
imong anoagthedistinguished II th distinguished guests Senator SeualorWilham Seuatnrgdham Senatorillism
illism IMen Smith got nut of a sick sickM sickbet
M o attend attendThe andThl rendTbIrrirdent
The TbIrrirdent President I cached shed this city jl al T TtO ii0Ile 10 10H
01 H wet u driven < tttrough itreela 11ff1 lined linedrb linedrIb linedr8
rb hands of people to Ih the IJghl IJghlfJunh IIlhtIhalll IJghtanh
fJunh anh trmory rmory when h hft spoke spokeThe spokeThe
The 11 Prnndent toll hla auditors thai thaian lbatan thatbeta
beta an 5 underlying sentiment In th tht the Ihee therrrr
t r rrrr M for conservation but neverthe neverthewhat nrthlA
> a lA what hat it really r JI means ia but little littleerstovl liulr littler
r erstovl rstw d The legislation which Mr Mrwant altat Ir Iral
al want an fongre on to pas that affect affectt lIrocta1I
1I t ration natural resources was out oute out0A
r > e 0A A some AOmtlfOfIjtih length lengthI
I am m gla1 to annountn bo saxl in intj Inb inIr
tj i rch ch that the railrna > l hill ha haw h hhf haswet <
w wet > et < hnfle hf 11 Senate at That will i nnahta thniie thniievi tho thoTi +
vi St x e mtereetei in esxi such Jcll a bill a u ia iatteirt ilt isterirl
tteirt t I11D in this connection lo bring hr nllll it onto on onIn
In an address Iwfore several flf1Il tbnusand tbnusandrjdent Ihnllllndknle thniwndradrnls
rjdent of Ohio Northern rthlrll tnlvorsUy tnlvorsUyumnlcndOhlnans 1 Vnivenityiseinl Ira11UiIIInl1Id
umnlcndOhlnans UiIIInl1Id iseinl Sul Ohioan at t Ad tds Ih to todny day Preai PreaiTaHsoctttLUiajnuekrskrssnd rlTf PresiT4fenoreiUhsmuekraksrend
TaHsoctttLUiajnuekrskrssnd Tf lI1Q nlllekrakend one oneipin CIONp oncespin
spin p II called attention UtnI l to the waning waningsver wnincolen
len of th the PITS Mr Ir Taft got up al alJocvk allot11 attorwk
Jocvk this nmrniag mnmi c to prepare bit bitch 1111 1111n tileerch I
> erch ch en n rout fOIl and nd for hour b ur be read readiM FNd1M readlet I
iM dictated oIllhI Itd d Adi d was w filled wild wi wit a awl ad I
wl d f tIooa 00t > persons who ho came from frotir frn frnr fromerrs
errs < r r if Ohio hk Owing Owln < to the fact tbit tbitins Ibaltap
s ins l cap and gown at t Bryn Mawr MawrT llIwrwnre
T > tent wore only on I an n ordinary ordinaryK
K a airi a111I aI
+ 111I > iri Ilse frim Ihe Ih scoring of the Ih muo muoUimi muoU
imi U 7 hedevotedbUattentlontoadvising hedevotedbUattentlontoadvisingfjt IvoWd hi4lIentIOll todIln todIlnHIoII <
HIoII r fjt a men and nd women in the th audience audiencehai
If > shat hai profemtan to l choose and Dd In InFTP III toore
FTP I f what hal ho has l 10 > een acomiilltbVl acomiilltbVlf mlII 1 1rh
ouch rh f rhr he ItI1 last few tfIt rw year Aa Asa a lawyer lawyerfelt I
felt Ailed upon he h said to icmsrk icmsrkn I
ran n r tt that the Ih sdminUtratlin in ofIr of ofi orOUnlry
i Ir ° i wiountry ohu hassu hasuffered all1iftY all1iftYh grinv grinvi
i m > h < intensity with ilh w wlleh Ieh law lawn II IIh
e n hs h rrel ne 1 their Ih lr Hl elirnta 11111 al and the thehr Ihetr theIt
It hr t tmnliligal h oIlIpIIOn ion which they Ih haveurt have havev h hJrl
v Jrl > jrt and t t > the pibllo a ar aa aaf
f r f h potirt Irt and the law to do no noh nonIc nosr
sr nIc PH iictofCTIilleaInmen iictofCTIilleaInment nhcrtllIlUIln lM lMIh
t Ih h ewin CMII1NI tm frequently frequentlyiMice
iMice or ttIIefVatil < reiM re > r atlou of their tbeirr
r r III i 4151 < f ten th the cau reuse for forIf reror forrr
or wnttnent wnttnentTr nnl nnlr
If r M nLi1 ji W i of the defence nr criml crimln
sea if n f1 i miintry lnlry continued th thp the thep
p i r mil ti hI extreme to wnlch wnlchtf nidi
tf 1 wni m themtelve jiutifted in inj
I j r > 4ntafrom u i from the Ih thejust juitjudfcmeot juitjudfcmeotA Jut Judgment Jlllljtt11jntmurh Judgmentv
> v A > avs murk to do wi 1 the thetra Ihflro therat
rat ro dMHin in which we wi find findIfTMf rodts
111 ts IfTMf 1 r t m n TJi TIe > awakened moral moraln
n rel ci t a 4 f hs h country can find not no noutter nofor
utter t rt r a > i for II its influence than In Inn inowner
n owner I if I awrer t unilerntaiut that their theirr
r ii ° r t ther clients lilnt ia lIIonl1 only to set aeeh 11MI sethv
I hv > h Hntt I n nta legal rights axe pro proieir proI
I ar1 1 real they Ih1t now not and nd oucht ouchtIr
ieir own kientity Idtlt aa officer officerthe olll nMoersI ra raIh
I ac the Ih Muse CAU of their client cllf11L1r clientrjrt
v r r 1 arse oe rjrt In every expedient expedkntI el Dt DtIilf
Iilf tr r 4 eJ4
9 I Ir > r ffk as r hit hi hre Mouse I do coteooti not notI DotfIt
fIt Ih ltat I 4m m addressing young menrarer men menHm mean
rarer n shim Hm > will become me suooeful suooefuli lU tul tulrf111
rf111 i and I believe 11111 that ta tIM tIMAi there r rr
I a v Ai r m the Ih evil tendencies to toit to11I
tint it referred rrtd except by b induotemse induct IndueA inductatt
A att II fInN it Itself lf of hose who whoOf whoh ho hoII
II h > at Of their client forget forgett
yatr r t tar mp M attorney to Ih Ih court courtifceir COlIrteo rourtIM
eo ifceir + hlf t lees tj a u citlren citlrentlA
tlA I waa when hn he nm < to journalism and ande andlllltbtK1
ter etn ge e touched upon the tb theiaau Issue Issuere
7 a a r rrentd re r ted to young men about aboutlife aboutn
1 > life hr that the President Presidentjrt Presidentearnest ldllIt ldllItffA
ffA earnest 1 Tn the press b bn be becast
jrt cast r n phmenta in no uncertain uncertainJT
JT tffi 4 a deelar fiecbirod c1 that the issuerunt issue issueriarxv
to runt lo the graduates graduatesill graduate1r1l
V 1r1l 1 j wdl ill 11 foe t the Ih question of th thf Ute Uter
1e r f nr < r institution of private privateltniction
f nar > ° II r < I ltniction Inactlon and nd the cub auber cubkind
1 er sm kind of f cooperative cooperativeTH
> ro
TH m of f everything which i iV iapoke II ist isMv
1 Mv v the ritJooont apoke apokeH spoke I
a 1 aid H of the xoctaliat 1IfK trend trendf
AI + qr f Ih the > t profession > of Jouri Jourinichtonar JIfJ
0 nichtonar nJII TbelncreajMd TbelncreajM
+ allli d diwTiminatioii nr nrIn ofn f fway
In n n M ° way largely modi modiepreM modir
r es epreM f pees The editorial editorialm
I mean m iw such ich influence influenceiw
r r iw they I Ayhad fI had in day dayltwPPere da1N
r 0 N ltwPPere II am r taken takenw t n
f c ws w they hI contain d + ntain than for form forfhe forMIl
h lewns MIl which should shouldh
t 1r r
t I h rill p people epHe make more morefor III III1M muses
s f for w the MM If > f the Ih paperdd paper paperId
Id rfote rfotereut Ir tfernnr r
nnr reut IeUWI rIeUWI a the pecttlftfl pecttlftflS l lftiftfll lftiftfllhl pesitienstehIM
S s hl laatl ta tar a stehIM ste e and OU tight H I It
r t ran un aa tuck wHh roses I
cenalancy 1oenatancy 1 and courage than he h usually
do do a the llmltatiou that there are upo upoihim D Dhim nhim
him by b reason of the publlo demand derowuthoae demandthose I IthOM
thOM of ua who would critlcUe the th pr press prtoiIwdI1 presshardly i i ihardly
hardly appreciate Certainly journalism JouroalUmia I III
ia a profession In which men of dUcrlml dUcrlmlnatin dlacrlmlIlatiDe dleaimlnatlhg
natin IlatiDe latelllgmce of high courage roura of olaccurate ofat ofaeealrate
accurate at Judgment of a love of truth and andreal IIIdrMl andreal
real patriotism can f toDd nd a sphere rh of offuln rue ruefulaea ua uafulneaa
fulneaa fuln unexcelled untl lItd In any ny other and such tuchmen lummn suchmen
men are needed for if the standards ataadardiet
set et t by sore of the th meat successful eu of th thoewtpaper the theDewtpapllfllD thenewspapers I
newspapers DewtpapllfllD la lack of truth In eoaraeneai eoaraeneaitnd nNland
and unfairness of criticism shall not notImprore DotImJlO notimprove I
improve In the next generation It will willvindicate wlUortDdlcato wtUvindicate
vindicate the pessimists Imbta of today todayrefer todaTrerer
1 refer to a class of netrapapera nra ra and andof andof
of Agatinea aill that are properly criticised criticisedas
as muckraken that rely for forthelrcirem their circula circulation cim11alloa la latine ¬
tine on the vicious ndoUlllld and unfounded attacks atucluupon attoebupon attacksupon
upon the Lb honesty upright character chaiucteiaad r rIIId
aad patriotic motive of man in public publiclife publlolfe publiclife
life lfe and upon UP those thO conspicuous cplco and andprominent IIIdplt andprunluent
prominent plt In society societyBut let letB
But B thlsmuckraklng thlmutkllDp episode will I pass psaaIndeed p passIndeed
Indeed Ide I hope hop U I Is passing I and for fo the thibeet th thebeet
beet of reasons cause the people an arebeginning anbeginning
rte caU th pople poplebcnnln
beginning bcnnln to see what wht It realty rtll la are re re refusing r re refusing ¬
fusing to b b be Influenced laluer by b It I and thus thusare thuiare Ihl
are a not Do making lalnl the tb contributions etrbtO to the thepocketa theJke thepockets
pockets Jke of the th muckrakers luckken which U I their theironly thetionly thi
only 01 molheforeontiauingthelrbualnees molheforeontiauingthelrbualneesTO motive molyefo for continuing Ctlnunc their thlblD business businessTO 0 0TO
TO STOP O ir4n ov O RAitnoini RAitnoiniRe nrnoI nrnoIG
Re G Gee W rerhlo 11 tShewi Shippers l n Uie Dam Damer Dn DnFllh DanIt
It er ef t iwsn er Freight Fllh Mate MateCntCAftn nICauI DalesCItCAM
CntCAftn CauI June JUl 3 ° Klnanclal Jlnd1 late Inl Mt esteof Mtof Mtor
of the tast Eat through tlrollKh fort f > orgo ra W Perkins PerkinsSat 1rlnl 1rlnl1ae Perkinslate
Sat 1ae late called 011 a I halt hlt In the th war Wr hetwen ttn the therailradsand tb tlxrailroads
railroads railradsand llda and shipper1ftsr shipper shipperAfter hlp ra raAr
After Ar two t days dy effort elnrt here Mr Ir Perkinshas Perkins Perkinshas rrklDb
has b Induced Induc the Veatern tr railroad rlrt pareddents pared pwldenta JI JId
dents d nt to mutet mt t In conference Cnlent sith lth th the thfshippers thehppr theahippera
shippers hppr and nd endeavor Pdtaor to find nnr some If peace peacefill p pearful
fill fil way wa out ot of the th difficulty dlmtIlhat that threaten threatenIn thraAtns thraAtnstn
In Involve Inolv and nd cripple C ppl the entire tt country countryMr cuntr cuntrMr
Mr Perkins rkl found rnlld the JauralUf manufacturerhostile manufacturer manufacturerhostile
hostile hUe and nrt averse Yf1 to any Q mraatiro mNlra but butwar butwar I Iwa
war wa Home m of cr tho larger lftflr commercial commerdilInternta commercialintereata rommrIIntllrMI
intereata however admitted dmlll that thorailroads tho therailroads I IraUro
railroads raUro went f entitled ttil d to more revenue revenueThey rnuC rnuCTe revenueThey
They Te agreed 11 that tha wags IM hal bnen h ron ronatantly ionslantly
atantly Itantl advance that the price p of all allmaterials al almtI allmaterials
materials mtI had inereuet1whiis increase I Awhile freight freightrates Jfrht freightrate
rates rt hal been b lowered lowerniMr Iflnd IflndMr I
Mr Perkins who hn poke pkf for Interests Intereatacontrolling Interestscontrolling
controlling clrlnl Uono UO milen mU of railroad rlri toll tollthe tnll tnllthe tollthe
the 1eatern Ve tern railroad ralri president prNdMtA that It Itwa Ita Itra
wa a L melee Inwe t to talk panic pni paredthat and m insisted isie < l lthat
that lht they th meet mf the th shipper and an try Ir In Inreach Ind Inreach
reach d an amicable alcl agreement agreementUpon agreementCpon afm I Ilpn
Upon lpn the manufacturing mnurclurna mler Inl1 otrreta tH he heImpressed h hare 1 1Inlpf
Impressed Inlpf th the Idea Id that the railroad rUrod railroadsbeing are arebeing Iti
being billC pushed ptah to to ton far and nd that tht the U finsnr financial financialsituation fnlnl1 fnlnl1IUon isl islsituation
situation IUon not only onl m I this Ihi hi country lllry butt in inKtirope11 InEurope I IHuro I IHo
Europe Huro II e u exceedingly ce dingly nll grave graveHe ara graveHe
He Mid 11 that IBI the li attitude lIilldl of Ih I Itle Gov 0wrnment Government 01 01rnmll ¬ i
ernment rnmll In attacking allllnl the Ih railroad ralrd Is I re repnnsh r rnI FeeponaiN
pnnsh nI > for a rapidly rapdl falling tall market marketand mrki mrkind markettand
and nd lh Ihs Inability Iubll of 0 the financial fPnmlll Ifitenats Ifitenatsl ll llI
l iii > > I pJuw 4aoe railroad ralrMd MCuritMt MCuritMtIt Hrl
It Il Ida mad mdt no secret Mt of the lh fact < Jhat lbthankinar that Ijbjj IjbjjInnklng I Ilamking
Innklng Interest Inlt Fat 1 andWest3 eIW andW = i 1ire 1irecatn jr jrll pre precatn
catn ll Ii l attack al1 by h the Ih iovprnment on onIh onIh
Ih right Ch of railroads rlroaI in male mk raten rlt hy hyHe
agrcrnrnt agrcrnrntH
H He I rain as 11 < i that > Hi Hijpvernm I IiaAlal tinana + l urrs Ia IaodthEast I
odthEast 01h 1 felt It itsu tl ItmlraIIYPlhat it celmirraurrthat Ih IhIpvrmfrt thfiprernment +
I Ib Ib
fiprernment jpvernm Ipvrmfrt nt should holl tbdMw w iti it 3 suit uiitas lil at atbe a
be b lielieven Illiv u wa in 11NI uiiutel lii ite i uniler 1lflr a inn innapprehension I Ippfhlnion colaaapprehension
apprehension nf f flll rdeta > ct V NnM n of ih ihshipper li liapIId tha thashippers
shipper appealed to I cool cfJkl ew m > haw IHW IB IBGovernment lh lhInemnlnt lb lbinrernmrnt
Government having hll tiled III it i Injtiwtion Injtiwtionsuit tnjztn rjllHo rjllHolli Hn Hnsuit
suit lli rould mik ilo to iilherwMK IIhr than Ihal prosecuteU pro prosecute rcIII eclur
U I to a I float lne I n nnciteiun nnciteiunS1tcrR > i imfiW nrlliul nrlliulr1
mfiW mfiWI r1 STIfh Tfn II IIW IIWI tin ii iifspitst
apltsl I sf f be Ih fewpsn pn le I lie Ut Increased Increasedlreru Inns + ed edFront
Front rn KMmMOtM DO I le MO SWJ001000 SWJ001000The 00 MOoan MOoanThn
The Tl biggest hlutt rrwln m h n ctittiug MIUUI in long longlime longtime
lime lme was announced DnnOUIO annouoo I yesterday PIrr In i the shape shapenf all I
of a Ml 11 per r cent nt stock tok dividend to bedl bedltributel be b dis distributed dl dlIrlbuW ¬
tributed among rol th Ihs stockholder tkbnklra of the theSinger IhflRin theMinger
Singer Rin r MnnHacturin lnJctlrnc < Company CompanyA flmpnT
A meeting Illc of the tlf stockholder lokholdlfIt will wi Im Imhekl 1 1hel behell
hell al II Plhutwth Illblh X J 1 June le 1 11 II tu II an anIhoriM anthor1e 1 1Ihun
IhoriM an n increase nf in the capital tpi1 stock stockof
of th the uonifA CmltT pmgyny ny from UMMWioiio ulmRW to 101 Ion Iondntasl on oni0Mju
i0Mju IIU Fran rl this Ih I Increase IrC1 a stock lk divi dividend dlidn1 dlndend ¬
dend of ln S110flO yI1aoom iam will wi bn b declared declaredTbn dflI dflIT declaredThe
The T Sinter Hlnlr company omY wa w was Incorporated incorporaldoriginally incrrald Incorporatedoriginally I IoriiQllyln
oriiQllyln originally in Id I with a capital 111 Nock 101 nf nfiyw000 of330um0
iyw000 O In IM7 the capital Iital stork Iok was wasincreased wasincreased a ainca1 I
inca1 increased to SlOooorm IOO and In I son 11 to toIsnoooOtti toSimon f fOOI
Simon IsnoooOtti OOI D fie Refnre fore rtr the announcement nnm fnt of ofIhn nfIhf ofthe
the proponed increase inCrDI yesterday ytlllra the tuck stuckwas 10k 10klot tuckaa
was aa pror quoted lot at SVtl A at Its II par value II I I s linn linnThn timThe 11
The company ha hall h at thn e present f e t time timei I
T rompl
a i surplus Jpl of more mor than tn 0OQOOno 100 but the theirectora thedlrecton t tdlrlOl
irectora dlrlOl while bll believing that the th stock stocklieMen Itl I Ihekl
should sham in the th fncresned fncresnedprofl Ii Iipmfltsdeintoreain
hekl hfklfIt lieMen ra aoll hn Icrt Icrtpronl
profl pmfltsdeintoreain t dei 1lre re to re rtAin tain the surplus Ilrhl ss work workIng wol working
Ing capital capitl apital1Hence Hence the te stock wk dividend dividendrr4rrfl dlltnd dlltndSIUIO dividendlR4E1sat
rr4rrfl WT gr IT FOR on MRS VR TWIN TWINBankrnptey TIl TIItltBaakroply i ilrl
Bankrnptey lrl Referee Rtt lllt 111 Hearing tfre le leFind I I IF iyind
Find F Oat at What M > W anted ulf II I Per PerPtTTiRCM FerPTt1agp0 I IPIUI
PtTTiRCM PIUI Jun U I 3The The Te postponed postponedMarine ptpe postponedhearing
Marine Jfae in tb tM case c of creditor eitora of Harry HarryK H HK
K Thaw Tw wa resumed rume her h this after afteraoon at atID afterrnoon
noon ID and ad went WPt along aoe rather rlhe warmly rI1 for forI lortm
a I time tm IReferee I IRefere I Irt
Referee in Bankruptcy Blair Dlir called eUtd a avalt aht ahalt
rt Bkrptcr
I Irbt
halt ht when wJ the t item Ite one on shaving euln It setwas set I Ira
was ra reached rbt in the Ih bill bi of Di D Salvo SlyO Bro Brof Br Beaof
York against Mr Evelyn Thaw ThawMr ThawHr
of > f New Hi EI1 1
Mr Blair maintained mlntl pn that tht h s couldnt couldntwe roulnt roulntho
s we how ho a shaving le set N for a woman oma whoa whoahusband hO i ilueband I
husband hud wa wi in jail Jal ould lu b b M considerednteesary considered considerediceeassuT rlMr
iceeassuT to sty Ih the least I Nor or could couldh coud coudth couldthe
the th h referee rtr b b be moved mone by the tb talk tlk of o coun counMr CI CIMI couneel
MI eel Mr ir Blair Br announced annlnO annotlnc d the th hearing hearingKMtponed be hearingpostponed r
postponed ptpe until IntU June 1m H to give elv counselor counsel rounll rounllror
for or Di D Salvo 80 Bro B tree lo look lok up I mat raster m mIei matder ¬
der er and show tb 1 the necessity 11 for this tbl my myterioit myte mTsserious
Iei serious ae shaving t set lt which wa bought hout by byMr b bIra byMrs
Ira te Mr Thaw TbaoT ahul only a short lira tie beforeb bOlw bOlwcut befot tribe wa warut wascut
cut off her he husbands hud credit ct list Ut entirely entirelyAnother etrl1 entirelyAnotMr I
Another o Interesting itjm item presented presentedndar pt presentedtoed
toed ndar Anl aY wa w th the bill blt of o Dr D Jackson aUD R RCampbell f ftCampbell I
tO Cmpbn Campbell of New e York Yor who ho oak ll 11009 11009deposition It ItA 1000A
A deposition dare sdton from rrm Harry n Thaw 1w wa read readn r
In n wlilch w fch rich lon Thaw T says he b think thln 1200 U would wouldtn wOlld
lus 11 tn he big > > moony mO for Dr Campbell CpblL who whotaw wh whosew I
taw him only a few rt time he hTad May ear and who whoihoon wboIbollda whobook
Ibollda book hand 00 with wlh him only o1 twice twicet t tt twiceIrmo
Irmo t r rae e Beth Parties Pri le Maine ame tC Vann VannThe tannThe u uT
The T New York City CII Bar lr Association Associationis lltln lltlnh
h has is recommended nmmndtd to t th the Democrat Dlo DloSt DmoeratleSots lo loHat
St Sots Hat committee cmmlt that tt the te Democratic DemocraticHat DoUo
Stata Hat 4 convention Mnato to be b held in I th the fall falltutors rnto fallindora
tutors the renoralnatlon romltlon which hle without withoutloubt withoutdogbt lbut lbutdQb
loubt dQb to I II to be b made me br the Republican RepublicanKate Rtuble Republicantate
Kate convention CyeuOQ of Inic irvlag n Vaan VannA0weeLie VaaniMOclate VunN
mt iMOclate Judge Juare of t th the Court C of Appeal Appaloemmukiettnn AppealPhe A S
Phe N cammunlcatkm oelURetl will be b referred d to tohe t tothe
Te the all convention enftt when hl It assembles IM r la th thall th the thefall
rnA UtTFHIOR 1 10 IJMOMABEH IUOABZHereerds IUOABZHereerdsArne EI rl rd rdirM >
Arne A r Paeseail5NM fu tl tf a > a gists at I rest restrttfc r tC J
wets w eeger n f reaei rettttftet e ss ta4 a soda lvwwr SteAew
DAYS Dn AT 1910 J9J SEVFXTII SEE EFT TII AVK AVKAttempts FiFAttempts I Itfpll
Attempts tfpll I t Dom Dun liens I Began U lln ea eadrrbeadayDumhaadter e eItc I I
Itc fetDbltr drrbeadayDumhaadter toe darOamb > lier Ablate and amiLKtted andLlghlyd n
LKtted Ltl Candle nf Stuck It In I k Hall tareedtary In Ineeodlary
eeodlary fdl ilerks nerksTthlle rl nhiic hit Police Pll nateh natehTenants Tt at Ph PhTenant
Tenant Tfl In the block blok on the lh west t ld side sideof ld ldof
of Seventh Setlb avenue IU between btn I18lh 181b and andUrth and111th n
Urth tl streets Itrt ba became nervous nol and al fright frightened fraht frahted frightsated
sated ed on Wednesday Mllea evening evtne after the thfsecond th thesecond
second Ind attempt to burn bu the Ih tenement IMffQt In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that block blok at t t 1030 r 0 After Atr the tb third Ihlr and andfourth andfourth 1
fourth foub attempts atfpll on onf Thursday Tun ureday they th became becamepanto bme bmepio becamopanic
panic pio stricken lircke and n yesterday after Ile th thfifth IhMlh the thetUlh
fifth and a sixth attempt atempl they were fe hys hysterical bIteea hyslurical ¬
terical teea It I wa 1 a little Utle comfort rom fo lo them themafter Ihfm Ihfmaft themafter
after aft Wednesday ednM evenings eene attempts Utmpl to toknow 10kn toknow
know kn that a detective dfltUe from the Harlem Harlembranch lrlem lrlembralh Harlembranch
branch bralh detective dllflye bureau butu was w stationed 1llnnf In IrIhe InIb inthe
the Ib threatened tbrlee house houe that plain pln clothesmen clothes rlOlhNmI clothemen
men mI were e on duty dut In front frnt and a that the thedoubled Ihedouble thedoubled
doubled double police pole patrol ptrl force forr In th the neigh neighborhood nllh nllhbro neighborhood ¬
borhood bro were f under ur urgent orders Orflf lo lolook 10lok tolook
look lok out for the firebugs nnbup But comfort romfor In Inpolice InpUe InpoUr
police pUe protection prleton notably nolbl diminished diminishedwhen dmin d dwhen
when hP the attempt Utpl continued although althoughit llboch llbochIt
it was w wise w to have h real r detective deltlv andneardetpctlvr and andnear t1 t1nar
near neardetpctlvr detective detll handy hn to help put out outth oUthe outthe
th the fast recurring rrnc blase blaseThe blu blaseTb
The T Tb same mlt reason ret rtalD son why extra Ila police policeprecaution rl policeprecaution
precaution praulon were Wtf taken lal added adtlJ to the tlieliUtrres lb thedGtrha i idlt
liUtrres dlt of the tenant Just Jlt a year fr ago agoaimllar aloaimla agosimilar
similar aimla mysterious rlrot fire occurred 0f In Inanother Innohfr inanother
another nohfr building bwllne In th the block blokt at last ID and andth andthe ld ldtbe
th the sixth llh attempt In that series r was w sue successful IUCteu sueceafud ¬
cessful teu th the ground c n floor lo premise having havingbeen huint havingbeen I IIliry
been entirely burned out outThe outThe i iTh
The Th first attempt 1mpt of the latest series seriesoccurred seriesoccurred rll
loum occurred on Wednesday Wen evening eYfna when whenJanitor whfllI whendanltor
I Janitor J nlor Thomas Tnm Ryan at t dinner with wlh hi hiwife hLe hiiTdfe I
wife I was w told lol that tb the b front hall h1 wa waablate wi
Iblae ablate He U found f0111 Ihe curtain curln of thn thnvestibule Ih then thenvestibule
vestibule vUblle door dor flaming famlnc tore tor It I I clown clownthrew dnwnIhn downthrew I
threw Ihn It I into an n ashcan ahen and went back backto
to his hi dinner He I waa wurnokinl smoking hla hi ptpnIn pipe pi pipein I
In front frQt of tb the house hOII lhren Ihtllartlra iiartera < of ofan ofan I Ian
an hour later when wh an a excited Pcil tenantttnnbling tenant tenantcame tfllntcrn
came tumbling tlmbUnar down stair yelling 111 < thai thailh thl thatthe
lh Ihflhlr the third floor for hallway was w afire afireRyan afroRyan nfI
I Ryan ran up and nd found something somethingnew Imfhnar Imfhnarn
new n even n in II that neighborhood Dllbbrho in the theway thewy theway
way of such IIth work nrk The T painted plnled burlap burlapcovering burlapeYfrnllhe burlapcovering
covering eYfrnllhe th the hall wall 1 had been htn cut lul and andlorn amttom 1 110m
tom loose 10l Beneath nNlh this flapping lapp llar and andInflammable andinflammable n1 n1llnfammabll
llnfammabll Inflammable fabric a lighted Ilh candle cndlll bad badIxen h1fn hadbeen
been fn stuck Ilutk lo Ihe wall w1 by y Its I own melted meltedtallow m11 meltedtallow
tallow Th T The busy tow Ithat Y janitor nlor attended llnted to tothat
that I hi blase hla with wlh a bucket hlck1 ofwater of wlu hut hutfelt tlli hmtfelt
felt f1 that Ihl It I was W his hi duty dUIln to let I the police policeinvestigate I policeInvestigate > Uc
investigate th the curious eiou device deviceThat tel telTi deviceThat
That Ti resulted fall r attd in the exits flila police fl watch watebfulnee wAle
fulnee fuln and ant nothing olhillar in the Ih fire 1f line ln fur further rrIbr further ¬
ther distressed dlalr the neighborhood nfllchrho until untilt until1p
t 1p oclock oeOk Thursday afternoon artmo Then Thena T11 T11I
Ise a I tenant on 01 the Ibl fourth floor tr discovered discovereda dlvflr1 dlvflr1a
a bundle bunle ef paper P and other household householdwaste heloid householdwaste
waste biasing hJII in th the dumbwaiter dumbwall An Analarm AnI Anslam
I alarm of 0 fir lre firs was a sent Ml in but the t thJamitor thJamitorand Janitor Janitorand jItor jItora
a and detectives put It out ot the Ih fire IIr and nd waited waitedfor wAItd wAItdro waitedfeu
for ro the lint tVft1I Brent vnt This ThIl came Omfl oft uf earls earlrIn earlsin
In the Ih evening nlnl and ald was a repetition rlllof of the thetorn theturn
torn burial and lithl Ilhlfl lighted l catidU llull trick trickSu 11t1 trickNu
Su great Irt damag lall was a done In Ptrepl i iIhe t tttusnerveof < > I II
Ihe I ttusnerveof nervn nn nf Ir tenants tenantsYrstnrdaV tCflaOIAYesterday I Imonlll I
Yesterday maniing monlll at II a 811 citi KI a < rlxk rIH the theAfUi Ih IhIOI theeftl
AfUi IOI attempt of the Ih M rie > 1 arid I the I thin thinM 1111 thudikerfunnnnc i
rfurnvtnn M > > with the lit candle anll ed > 1 IITH IITHwall Iiswall > nl nllall
wall lall burlap hurkp look place 1 In V n tenant tenantere 11 tenantswere n I
were ere IrAViin fur their work or I at that lkt how howami IOr IOranI hacrand
and lite lh women Wlm1 hastiI hastily bUII ilrnueil dr esel their theirrill 11 theircIildren lr lrMIIlrn
cIildren MIIlrn rill Mr en of scfiV li1 se hbl > l ape ll g gut ui t hem Ih1 Hit I of ofIhr f fllit rIh
llit hotiM Inu and took tw k their VOIIIIRM VOIIIIRMrnlltlren ykungwchildren III
children llrln in their arm rn ready to I retrmi retrmilir retrralby
lir h the Ih fire Ir n Nl eeape > cap If tifcewar tifcewarIt 10
It wits WI nut until unll II t oclock frilt hilt 11 the theiieremily II IIrorunlnvpnlonal thenetrasity
iieremily foruncunvenllonal rorunlnvpnlonal for Unlit nhchlI1 nhchlI1lu wvinil wvinillo I
lo have h arisen Then 1 with wih great lft nwlden nwldentlena ewddenflees ldllI
flees n the Ilfl whole house h wis w fillet with withntnoke withsmoke il I
smoke ereaming Illmln mother mulh anti RII crying lrvlnl cryingebikiren crrinuhililrrn
hililrrn ebikirenJames hililrrnJame
James J McVultv MSI nf the Ih llirlem lrlm IUOMH IUOMHhad Iwrsanhad I
had stationed Ialon hlmiwlf hllr in 1 the II daserncntnear daserncnt
near r the bonds rlnA where whr li I wxilil lMII > Iihl watch watchthe watctilhr alrl alrlIh
the Ih > dumbwaiter thus III flin flo meni ml ami IAI fir firtack Hiel h hbryan
ark bryan l > yard all al at t < sir C His Ii lii recent rn HXIKTJ HXIKTJnrw espwionce 1 1fllr
once fllr having made IRI wirnethmc Ihin < of Ir a ftremrn ftremrnif fmll
if him the < lelrtlvn 111cll was O up oil I the Ih Viol llnnlDoor IInl IInlflor Violfloor
Door flor nli alinot ot as a WVHI on a as was wal lli II Ihs j4nl j4nland Janilu Janilusemi nlloi nlloiind
and both bth had located 11 < the III th court ur of fr the theimoke Ih Ihlo thesmoke
smoke lo before brrl Ihs regular rflllir flrnnen nrln arrived arrivedIn rrlndIn
In one ol of the Ih t to o apartment ptrlll on 01 th thIhirti II the thethird
third Ihln floor fuor live lve the th Header fatnllv rrnly father fathernotter ralhrmollr fathermother
mother mollr and nd several ral children rhillrl Mr Ir Header Headermil Ildrr Ildrrhd Iteadrrhad
mil gone of to hi work earl alr in I dm Ih moro moronic urQ ¬ I Iinc Iing
inc nic the II younger rOrElr children clildrn lo school Ihol add amihe addthe
the elder Ir to the 11 d o > licles en n shop Mr MrReadtr MrsReader Ir IrRdr
Reader keep kHpl on o the street 111 floor lor at 1 iroAl ItTo ItToIt lro lrot
It t 10 oclock ock Mrs Irl Header 1 4dr who 110 work worklate worklate nrk
11 late In the shop had hd gone there and nd ndmlt amold a I Imaid
maid mlt shn employed mplny bad hrt carefully rlull lacked lockodup Inr I
up the room roll and gone lofl nlsnwhern flwhfr on ontome or onsnme
tome le duty dlt It I wa from the Reader ndr room roomill roml roomall
ill tb tM smoke toured forth The
1 mokf orI T maid maidirrived mida maidarrived
arrived a vtd with wih Ih the key kf th the detective dlfU and andlanltor andjanitor nd ndJanitor
Janitor entered Ilflr and nd found rOlwlh Ih the bedclothes bedclothesind hdnlh hdnlhad
and feather mattress ol a middle
ad flhe mtr room roomDed ro trambed
bed b burning bum nr vigorously vllorlr Th T The Are fr was waaicon wuI wasnom
I icon put Jlt out outA ol olA outA
A back bc window opening onto Oin the II fire firewcape nN Areescape
escape Np wa found open nlr but bt Mr lfIt Reader Readerlaid Rdr RdrII Readersaid
laid II she had h left Jlt it I so 1 Mrs Ira Lubin Lbin who whoccupies whooplel whooccupies
the other the thelame thesmAaor
occupies oplel > apartment apartet on
1 smAaor lame floor for said I she b had h been listening listeningor lltnlne lltnlnefor
for or strange footfall fotrl all the Ih morning mOnn and andlean andhoard nd ndhf
hf hoard lean none Th T The ladder ladflr at t the bottom bto of ofJte ort ofthe
the fir are had not been loweredno lowerednoivery lowered
t fe escape ta I bn I Ir so soevery
every r one Oe said Id it I mint mlt Meaninshle bn b an inside In ld job jobAssistant JobAIIInt jobAssistant
Assistant Fire Fir Marshal 1r1 Moflough loOOllh camalso came cameilso eml emlI
also I other olbfr defective dIII and nd plain clothe clothenen clothesmen Inlh Inlhmm
men and nd insurance Ineran adjusters aJIlf and nd they theyuetiond thflYqUltloe theyquestioned
questioned qUltloe every vr on o In Ihe lion holl and andearned andleme andlearned
earned leme nothingFinally nothing nothingFinally Rolhlncl
Finally l after Ir three thrl hour hora of question queitlonng rlellon rlellonIne
leg ng McOough 1CJlb issued 1le aubpoxus Ibp for every everylerson enrypr everyperson
pr person lerson In the building bllidlo to appear ppr this thisnornlng Ihl IhlmolDI thismorning
morning molDI in the Fin Marshals hala court tour and andell andtell nd ndt1
ell t1 what he know kow about but the mystery mysteryKR myleryOrO mysterySTOPPEn
STOPPEn OrO FOR no nor I II KR n4 II iv X 01REngineer orrir orrirjigtneer IR IRr
Engineer r r PlarM la I cert nr n en o Tram Tri and 11 lpe Iped Ipedon p l lDo
Do le I Nearest frt Station NlallonJoseph Htlo StationC
C Joseph Jlb Carroll Crl A INra year old wboee whO home homeon hoe I
II is on 0 Blondell Bloel avenue OUI near nfr Weatebeator Weatebeatori Wthtr Wthtranou t
venue i The Bronx rr while wbll playing on the thoS Ihet IheN theN
N S Y K H 10 A If I R R R R track nearKut nearKutbeter nrIAt nrIAtebtn near Fast Fastchester
chester road yesterday afternoon s
rd Nt1 fmo was wasrun wa waTin
Tin r down nwn by a southbound luthbll train The Thettgtaeer T Theengineer
engineer lner Michael lebel1orly Morley of New XewRoche XewRochestopped ew Rocbell Rocbellitopped RobU RobUatopp
stopped atopp hi his train trin and carried eme the boy boynto 1 toyInto
Into nto tb the en engine gin cab and nd sending dln wordahead word wordihead
eenlt wor
ahead hld to have h an ajnbuUnc bukDtft called callediced ellr milledneed
iced r on o to the tbl Willis WIU avenue aYP station stationCarroll stationCarroll ttIOQ ttIOQar1
Carroll ar1 wa taken Lkl to tl the Uneoto fek Ho1 Ho1rital Hn Ros 1 1pital
pital rital where berelt It va as said I he bad hd but a slight slightibaaee slightchance
chance laae ef e recovering recoveringAH rfr rfrM
AH M t6rss i rut rt sheet be I s n r Veri as4
AMar ecf + sd vs DU LINE streamssip M a
Mll I HtijnonjiHM IHJfl run runl an SIT SITLea STF STFt
l t Lea e bbnbert Ihubrt and nt orlaln bClal V lluy Nereid llersliSquare In11 In11uaThtrl Nereidquarelhratreand
Square quarelhratreand uaThtrl Theatre snil nd ldlolningl iljolnlni IUolln l rolrl rolrl1M rpperll rpperl ropertlee
l 1M ee bhuliert thullrt as the th head hM of a syndicate syndicateI nUct
I of capitalist tpllitA announced annolnt yesterday ytly thus thuspurchase th 11 11pl
I purchase pl b of r th the h easterly nl Ierl rlv half hl of th the block blok blokholndf
I bounded holndf by Broadway Imlway Mvnlh Seventh avenueThlrtyAfth avenue avenueThirtyfifth VIIt VIItI
I Thirtyfifth Trtylfth an and < l llilrtysixth 111Irtlltl streets streetswhich streetswhich ttaIhh
which wa reported rr1 < told Ild earlier rUr in I tinweek tin UII theweek I Ik
Ihh week k It I U I understood Inrnotn that lht the thelmdlctpd syndicate syndicatepaid syndlcaKpaid
paid pd Wwnoa 10OI mnom for the tb property Prlrt whicl whiclla hlch hlchI
la I the Ih biftgfmt bl Kt plot lot under ud on one ownership ownersliirin ownflllp ownflllpIn
in th Iht the neighborhood nliahbrbo of the PennaylvanU iennsylvanlaRailroad PennaylvanURailroad Innylnnla InnylnnlaRir
Railroad Rir terminal rlnl with the th possible plll ex exceptlon escaption I Itllon
caption of Marys ICI department dflprtmMt store on the thtblock te tebll theblock
block bll below Iow and Ald Umbel UDb1 Bros Br store to now nowbeing n nowbeing
being In built buit on o the tt original lr nl sit site 1 acquired acquiredby Iulf
by the lte Hudson lul and nd Manhattan anhUan company Iompanfor tomp companyfor
for it its uptown terminalThe terminal terminalTli tfmln
Tli 1 The property rrory front yr > feet lIt on Broad Broadway lro lrow ltroadway ¬
way w 43 4 feet trt on fn Thirtyfifth nllrfllh and Ut 3 feel feeton feelon fceton
on Thirtysixth ThlrtIUb street and nd Is covered coveredwith coJwih covernlwith
with wih twentyfive tWPtyRve house hOIU many of o which whichar heh hehf
ar are f of old design dla and construction rnltrlclo The Theherald ThoHerald Te TeHlrd
Herald Hlrd Square Slare Theatre at t the corner omr oj ofBroadway ojBroadway o
Broadway rw and ad Thirtyfifth TlrtRflll street trt awl aailth ad adthlt awlthe
th the Hotel Stuyvesant SluyvNnt wldch whith whicha was ownedby owned ownedby own I Ib
by b Edwin Ewin Gould Ou1 up to a week wrk ago 0 are an th thmost the themost I ImOt
most mOt Important IIJt building luidlnl on the plot plotacquired plotacquired I
acquired Alllr by the syndicate syndic Indlct The Tl Herald HeraldSquare Her1 HeraldSquare
Square Ia Theatre 1ir Is I one of the Ib oldest the thetree tb tbt theetree
tree t in town and the lb 8tuyveant RtlYlt lays layiclaim 11 11ciim laysclaim
claim ciim to fame raml aa the stopping topllnl place rl of ofmany ofmay ofmany
many may of the well wtl known knn actor rora of thirty thirtyyear thrt thrtYMfIt thirtyyears
year ago CO Both these th s landmarks Indmak will willdisappear wi willdisappear
disappear dipar it is i said within the to thrnest next year yearaa
aa the tb syndics lynl41 purposes pl to Improve Improveth 1m pro I Ith
the th plot with wih a big hl building hulldinr that lht will willbe willla 1
be 1M part pr offices om part hotel hollland and part rt theatre theatrnTh ttr theatreThe
Th Te building planned pllnn by the thl syndicate syndicatewill syndicateIwill yndlat yndlatIwi
Iwill Iwi will cost t according ardlll ti t a rough rou < h estimate etimatby MUm11 estimateby
by b architects Arhitf about blt Mtnown umoIQ sThI Thln Tl Im Improvement 1mpronrlnl improvement ¬
provement howf ho however ver Ir may never li I IM > cartied car carried I Irt ¬
tied rt nut nli at s Mr Ir 8huhert 8hlrt has h received receivedan fl1 fl1n
an n offer olr for the lh site from frm a dry Ir goods goodsconcern lo goodconcern
concern rlm which whllh want it for a big hll store storeMarshall lt storeMarshall
Marshall IAlhl Field t t To of r Chicago l1IIJIO have IluI Ixeenlooking been beenlooking n nloking
looking for a sit RI sits for A big store In this thisily Ihidl thislily
dl lily ily for some II time lmp anti nnl within the last lastyear lutYlr lastyear
year It t wan reported rtJ fret ft that It hail ha pur purduued purrl purtlased
duued rl time tll Metro Metropolitan Ifltroolla > oitJin Opera Orra limo Inlt and andlater and11r
later 11r the til Brewster Ir carriage mr factory rcnry on onBnvulway onBroadway I
Broadway 11 between Fortrnnventh Forrvnlh and andKnrty4 andnrilllth andFndyrtghth
Knrty4 Fndyrtghth nrilllth > iglith streets streelaIt t tI
It I U th the opinion ninn of real Il eoUte tAII men that thattli I
Ilia tli t dry gmMU ood concern which wtich ha hAt made madeoverture madeovertures I Invrtlf
overture nvrtlf lo Mr Ir Shuberta thur company rmp1 will wiUlprovs willprovi 1
lprovs provi pm to I lie t the Field Id company ompl Tin Tinplot n Theplot I Ipint
plot is II direct dilll directly Ir opposite Macys MI store alo and sndclosn andclose nd I
close In to the Ih heart of the new midtown tnidtownshopping midtownshopping I
shopping district districtnniturs dl districtIIOlrirl I IIulr
hppinl lrct
nniturs Iulr run fITU OMMITTKK OMMITTKKIts aliiITTIt i iI
Its I It First IIt mil nll Dully Is le t Censhler llklr Whether hllhlrUoht tieOught Tie TieOught
Ought to ll Ilan I e one 01 In 1013Mayor 1013 IOI3Mayor 1013ayor
Mayor ayor Gaynnr yesterday appointed a arommittco I Irmmlh acommttt
rommittco rmmlh n of one nn hundml hlndfl citizens to con conHler conI numskier
skier HIrththrm the scheme schem swhichhasteveneuggeetel swhichhasteveneuggeetelby which wlurl ha I teen suggested suggestedliy If1 If1hy
I liy a I small Rral group roI of individual aciYldIL for n nworld AwnI nwuellM
world fair rlr In il tbU Ih city in 113 113 Th ThMayor 11I lire lireMayor
Mayor ryn bA 1 named nl1 III such idi a committee committeebecausu rmmilP rmmilPI committeebecauso
I becausu I I lie I was w wastkrd iko kl < l to do eo I hy h a dele delegation dk d le legallon ¬
gallon heeled hlt by Henry lnry tVw whichcalled which whichrall whh whhrol1
called rall < wi upon bun hlR a we wk k or two ago n and amilnsrste andinistsi ad adnI
lnsrste nI < 1 ib that 11 t ntm ahmvorxtry hnlfr In tb tbhistory thehustery I Ihl
history hl l of Monbal Ulhllalh9dIIM tan should Im celebrated celebratedby celebratedbyawnrllafair hrAd hrAdb
by b byawnrllafair a world wnrl fair The n Mayors laYflr romrflitlen romrflitlenof omiUI omiUIer
of a hundred kldl indiMle IArU many of r the I moat moatprominent mmtprominent mMIplnnt
prominent plnnt busmen 1 in situ ald professional pfinnl men menof mflnof menof
of the I city rlt In sewting lnJ p h h ht t to Mr MriVw Mr1kws fr
iVw 11 Mr tr iavnor lor wrote wriiteIn wrlt wrltannun
In annritsntre with k it lie I Iewurr re < Kie l nf n rnur rnurl nr1IIur
l 1IIur > reliml srr rfltnmttiet < 0 1 sm m Ih tlih Ur < a aIIAI ap apImaiuu l lK >
Imaiuu K IIAI > miiH < a mmirr i > n nM < n l l lk < Ur r oh wIuher wIuhere < > hrr hrre r rI
I e > ltu huhl < tM h bar i a niirlit I fsfr I here r in r IJll IJllJIH I 1911asst
JIH asst 1 il > > i n > nniir 0 the he h riiieri ru > riM a I sin sinHWkiH tl tli ateleaI4a
i HWkiH ne < 1 lleodiri I Mlkell > tH t of the 1 litter Inerhorouch hlrIAlol litterIlsruuth
horouch Ilaiwtl lls4 IAlol l Trim Tr I < Mfisn n > e of th thinntmltei I uhr uhrrnmfPbe
inntmltei 11 Mat 1 I s sad > K x Fox nl i lo n retniml ml1 him hemthat himIkal hl hlI
that I nheilior 1 nenMII se ehetl 111 M hatesflu e nW tiI i iat < m iratolt rahilfaepOw iratoltUoMllie Ial1
UoMllie here I in i R 111 Ienn 11 i make i Ihhkr Ihn I < M s fli fli4s f e eptai
t1 ptai 4s < e for r a suH < 0 M ° fan r ile deleada > U mi him hll semi amihi a ah semihi
hi h l israt > sr l il I ilire dlreent lrK n Hie n nature e rn rnIn nSCn55e ten tenHI
55e HI > I > In i Ue I ixt Keeni al ulmy y eIuuild HHII HHIIu HI he hentekrtstea
u ihrisLeH r a ea me n P MI ih4 h > the < kv mat l Iw Iwmni4 I IH Icwmrerel
I cwmrerel mni4 > 4e < l m H lime II fur o see I KIH 111 prelet lair IsirMi lairlilaeteeur
Mi II lilaeteeur ivtmpMHr y ehui4 h < iM 11 futlv restive 11 that II II t tHAt t I11t
HAt t Klfsle 1 hill a ptlMtr f1 iwr wrieralso wrieralsohliuhlr 1 rlHm rlHmtlithlv
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winHv fM md 1 utwlr 1 rurrP < rre rr > lsuadiee Nifiil i iinli lti < u i u uihe to toeumtNHV
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amt SIM HI director of f many In gat a ga v companies companiesinel ompanleincliMlitiR opnl opnlindllil
indllil inel incliMlitiR mint tli Cunsolxlitletl niLt1 ins a Inmpaiiy Inmpaiiyrf lnmllnr
rf Newark i IM ilefHHlatit trHLnlll in a suit 11 for ruin S7II7brought ruinbnkight 111
brought 11111 liv I Jane Jai and Mary WiNon l lace lacemerchant 1 1mrhanl cv cvinvrrbantH
mrhanl merchant of t Dublin 11n Ireland IJI1 for dnw drossessupplied dnwlupplml dna dnaRuppllld
lupplml to his hi wife Ir Hi 1 home of Mr MrNevm MrNvma I ISVII
Nevm SVII is in I n I ountv nlnlv Ijmerick IjmerickMr 1Irick 1IrickI
Mr I NVvuts VI doUEbt the th RUVIM IW m I onus 1905iml II onusanti
anti alll1 19C l hut hit her hiv hlIUI hIwlanu1 > lHind rfnew1 rrfii 11ll to p Il pay payfor y yor
for or them lpm on Oi the If ground Iru1 that h he told II her hertot herlint
tot 101 to buy uy gowns aow at t the plaintiffs Ilillil store storeand t tnr tnrald > re reuid
and ald didn t know knn that she he h Intended intIII1 I to buyany buy buymy hiTay I
my ay expensive flIJI wearing arinl apparel prl in Ireland IrelandTTin 1lant11f IrelandIts
Its 11f testimony of Ir the th Ihl two plaintiffs plaintiffsn Illinlr
In n the llt suit I taken by I a commissioner rmmionr inIreland in inIreland I
Ilnd Ireland WM wal filed 11l m I n th Ihs County Clerks tierkiotle Clerksfficn 1rlI 1rlIom
om > fficn testrrday Htry Jan Wjlam WII ilnon said ul sh shltn cbs cbsknew h hknw
knew ltn w Mr Ir Nevms SInl wa a wealthy allh1 and In1 she shelidn shedidnt ll lldldnt
dldnt lidn t he hesitate itat to I give 1 I Mr I Ncvin Svif credit creditwperuilly creditespecially ll llIMII
especially IMII b la bcaue > c iiMe she hf lived Iv1 at 1 the most mosteipensiv mnl mnlelfiy matexpensive
expensive hot hn1 hotel > > in Dublin Olbln Her Ilr sisterMary sister sisterHary illir illirIry
Mary elfiy said il that I hl Mrs 1 Nevliis Sfvhl attended aUldf ail ailh a allthe
tb the h Viceregal i < rlgal functions ruttnn at Dublin Olbln Cast Castind ttft ttftnd Castle Castleand
and we we considered flill1 shoat allt the best l est dressed dressedsoman dl dressedwoman
woman there tht1 She Sh said Ild Mr Ir Nevina Snl told tolder toldI toldher
her er hi hill wife wa w the Ih l el dressed woman womanat
I at t the lte Viceregal i < rlca tall hal in 1017 1017Insure IU1 IU1Inlrn 10h7nurrn
Insure Inlrn nurrn Us I Treasurer far a Million MIIIIaaCHICa0O MillionCmc 10 10r
CHICa0O Cmc r lcoo oo Jim 3 Arthur Arthlr 8 Ford Fordrea FordIreaaurer omlralfr
lralfr Ireaaurer rea urr of the Ihl Ieopln Mpl s Portland CementCompany Cement CementCompany CmnlCompny
Compny Company tin II week look lok out Olt a I linn of ofif nrlfe oflife
lfe life if insurance Inltlnl amounting Rmontna tn tlflnnoo tlflnnooThe FLOm000The 101
The o Omt cement ment company will wi pay theoemiunts the theremium thflmlllm
remium > indicating adielinl cmlar that tht hi hula fY position positionn pitn
in n the concern MnCm H I regarded f1mlll I a as of sufficient sufficientmpnrtancn tlmI tlmIImlnrn suffelentimportance
importance to the tht super u of th the buslne buslneo Lalneeto
Imlnrn to o justify the cnpluliyitlon CIlali1lon of hi hi his lifeto life lifeo Ifl IflIn
In o 11111 bat ht extent 11nt Thn TIf s Ulna 11 i il is tn protect protectien pmlf protectpersona i
JnnA persona ien > ons flruneintly fnIMI interested in the oor oorrat or orIJral corpontlon
IJral pontlon pontlonCreml7 rat Ion Ionirenly n
irenly r tn lie 1f railed IIt lireel lireelFred GrvelyFred 1 1ri >
Fred ri Greedy Ol who has ha charge wrl of the thndgsr theopr thecigar
cigar opr stand alndln In a Fifth h avenue nue restaurant restauranttot restaurantgot turant turant10t
tot 10t permiwion riiI from Supreme IV t Court CourtJustice > lrt lrtJlalc urt urtluatlce
Justice Jlalc Amend yesterday ylr lo change ehnp hi hiinmn hi his hisname I Iom
name to Gruel If llt lie said Mi that nearly nNrl all allhe Ali allthe
om the Ih he customers Mltomn have ult got O lo know klow bla hi nameand name nameind nm nmnllht
and nllht that when they come rellJ ttti to th III thin stand standhy Ilnd standthey I
hy make mke eons 1m remark rrk shut I Ilt how ex eipensive exirnsiv elIlnle
pensive irnsiv the oigam e f are A and Ind then say sayBut ayHut y I Ilut
But lut what ht can you 0 expect from one oe who whoa
a I a greedy j1 by holh lx th name Ilp amen and nature naturePreternatural MtUn naturePreternaturally I IIfturl
Preternatural Ifturl Hal 1 < 1 In t Tn TnFont Tnon Teen TeenFolly
Font on WOKTII Wnltl Tex June 3 With thetemperature the theemperalur thej
temperature ranging from m to no nolegree Iicdegree
mJrahlf mnalnl 10 I
degree dfr In i Fort Worth Woh and a senrehlng senrehlngtot Ilnl
tot h wind wid blowing bloll from rrm the southwest wwthwestresterday southwestyesterday thMt1 thMt1lft p
yesterday inks bk all al heat hfa records In II north northPen northTows I ITn
Pen lft Tn and southern Oklahoma Old for re IhU IhUasen 1Alsseason lL I
season asen a ef the Oe ef yea Vegetatie Veg tI11 tatlen wilted wikedmder w wiltedunder
I under the Ih f irocerHkn bbuvte h Man and farmers farmersreport r I It
report u 9 wt t that Iht wwtfeer III My If of f vt I eeeh beet beetwM h I tj tjrffl t I I
rffl w detrey d trey f the t corn I ucett orup I
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I FOftt JO FOt R TIMEX TU V FOR OR fOSCEiLINfi fOSCEiLINfiJFnFinv rOclu1a rOclu1aJFlrFn foXCF4LIK0JIrbnt
Mr Mr Allen Alt Head lfd ef the tb Party Pt Had HadPearl la a aPearl
Pearl KerVlace NfJat and a Breeeb Dr and D the IheOther th theOthers
I Other tester lor Ornamentan OraameaUItarned OraameaUItarnedis mmtCIlml mmtCIlmltf anted antedIn
In tf He I Careful Cadat tn Their Tlr Declaration DeclaratleaaFour OIrU OIrUnl
Four nl finely fIownl gowned women womn from Keno Kenosha Eto Etoa Kenoaha
aha a WIs I who refused nfut to t give II the thecustom theCt thecustoms
custom Ct m men any definite defIt Information Informationabout Ifortn Ifortnut informationabout
about ut themselves them arrived rye yesterday Ntr In Inthe I Inthe
the te Cunarder Crr lualtanla lutoDI with nine ni trunk trunkand tk tkId ttwakaand
and Id an n air Ir of Innocence Inoe that tt seemed m to tothe toIhe tothe
the uniformed ulort sleuth too t obtrusive obtnllve tohe to tobe tob
be b genuine genuineThe genuineThe ulne ulneT
The T oldest old t of the t quartet qurllt Mr Mr C WAllen W WAllen Wlm
Allen a slim dark eyed matron of about aboutto
lm 11 drk er mtn aut autt
to t with Ith a few fe silver 11f streak Itrk in herblack her herblack ht htbak
black bak hair made me the th declaration dtlrtO for al alhands allhand 1
hands She Se said Mi that ta none of the th nine ninetrunk nie nietnk ninetrunks
trunk tnk had hd anything dutiable dutible In them themand themand themand
and that the boand and her he party pr1 mdupof rf madq upofbt upofbtdughtr upof her herdaughter herdaughter
daughter dughtr Gertrude Grr Mr ra C D Crelgerend Crelger Crelgerand Clc Clcand
and Mia 1 Ethel Fth1 Stunner Sumnt had hd nothing nothingdutiable ontle ontledutlbl nothingdutiable i
dutiable dutlbl In the form lon of jewelry bought boughtabroad bulht bulhtbra boughtabroad I
abroad abroadDeputy abroadDeputy bra
Deputy Ipt Collector CI r Werner emer had hd askedMr asked askedMr kt I
Mr Ira Allen while hl the liner lner wa wu coming comingup cmla cmlalp
up from Quarantine Qurantn to be b explicit f1lclt andhad and andhad andh I
had h IItt suggested that l t the best bt way 1 for her herIn ht htIn herto
In do would wul be b frankly frnkl1 tn acknowledge acknowldgethe ukowlta
the value vlue of of1 all dutiable dutlbl atulT tW In 1 nil DI the te nine ninetrunk ni ninetrunks I
trunk trnk The T remit rllt of hi hlurpl hi urging was that thatshe ta thatshe
she amended mr her original orilinl declaration declarationand drltln drltlnAnd
and admitted admit that she te and Id her party pr hat hataltogether h hadaltogether
altogether IO lhtf 1100 111 1110 worth of stuff t over and andabove andbyf andabove
above byf the Ih I lye too 1 worth or that LJlt th the party par was wasentitled waaentitled
entitled tntll to bring bre in i freMr free fn freeMr
Mr Werner breathed hrtbe hi hLe suspicion luplclon ol olthn of ofthf ofthe
the quartet to Ihe men I on the pier and andInspector andInspector nd ndJ
Inspector J H Cunningham Cnlncam went WMt over overthe ovr ovrIh overthe
the Ih trunk tnk with more mor than tn usual 11 care careTli can careThe
The Tli 11 fist nrt lid ld lifted Jk revealed re1 n I lot 1 of gown gownthat lown lownthAt gownsthat
that went WI new nt and nd evidently ektPt bough buc boughton I Ion t ton
on the other tide I Cunningham Cunnlnlhm called calledDeputy call calledfputy
Deputy IUI Surveyor Isaac lao Harris lrle who whodecided whodeckled ho hodllll
decided dllll that tt the intent nf the Ih party fr1 was waanot w wIot wastint
not altoglher in i the Ih Interest IntI of Uncle UncleHam Uncll UncleYam
Ham HamDeputy Mm MmI YamIeputy
Deputy I ut Surveyor Raraklewicz R1lcln in charge chargeof cp cpor
of luggage examination nmlnton decided dfde that hewould he hewould h hwnlld
would wnlld give the Ue four fourwomt women another anotherchance anotherchanceto wcr chance chanceto
to declare dfre le all 1 the dutiable dutble goods ca they hadIle had hadHe h
He 1ft urged url them to t do so 1 but they again againsaiil againaid Can
aid 11 that they thf had ha nothing dutiable duta ex except nCt oxceps ¬
cept Ct the Slto le t111 worth Then The they Ihl were told tolcthat toldIhll toldthat
that Ihll they would WOlt have to submit to t per personal perrural 1 ¬
rural ln1 search w rch by b two women womM Inspectors InspectorsThey InoraTh InspectorsThey
They Th paled ped a Nt but ba were ordered ordf Into Intoa lQ lQA
a stateroom 1lprnl and anl searched arc1 The result resultwas rtlal rtlalAa
was Aa that Mr 1 Allen Alln gave Je up a pearl necklace neck nncklacn n4k n4kI
lace I valued vlu at t about abul I3ot0 ttn 11 and nd a pearl pearlbrooch pal palbrh pearlbrooch
brooch brh which hllh an n appraiser apprad said was worthout worth worthabout orthAhAlt
about AhAlt out S 1150 30 Six fls piece pl of jewelry valued valuedIn Vlue vnlunrIn
In all 1 at I le I ice than 11000 10 lm were taken from fromth fromthlhr fromtime
th thlhr time three other olb womenAfter women womenAfter omfl
After Alflr th the quartet quatet came down on the thepier IbeI
pier I > ier one ont of them went to a telephone telephonebooth 1llphonbtb telephonebooth
booth btb It was surmised unl that she was wascalling 11 11cl1e wascalling
calling cl1e up lawyer I Anyhow AIh two lawen lawenappeared 1le 1le1lre lawiers lawiersappeared
appeared 1lre on the pier plt within wlhlo half haf an n hour hourOne hOlr hOlrOn hourOn
On of them IIIm W Wlckbm Wick bam Smith Rmlb took tookcharge tok tokelree tookcharge
charge elree of I the case l Meanwhile 11nwhl Deputy DeputySurveyor lut1flrflynr DeputySurveyor
Surveyor flrflynr Raciklewics RM Raer iewies leit1 hail put the th four fourwomen fourworl fourwound
women worl under arrest arl charged chrltlJ with wlh smug smuggling smuggling mUIIlilC ¬
gling IlilC They 1hlv were Wf taken lak to I the Custom IustomHvuiu tlftm Custom11w
11w Hvuiu 101 and arraigned rrlcnf before Acting clnar Stir Stirtevor fur furIor Stirvevor
tevor Ueorge rrc Smyth who h after Arlt hearing hearingtli hflrlnarlilt
tli lilt the nMliiiony lmuny of the thl custom men con conreriied on onrlu noncerked
reriied rlu m the th case t sent MI the tie four rOlr to I Com Commimioner COl Comrnleeloner
mimioner 1inpr SbleliU fbillI fretted rllf1 States Ilal Attorney Attor Attorney or ory ¬
ney y Henry Ilnry A Wise Wi e after aU listening to theetorea the thelorle Iht IhtIMI
etorea lorle of thus th customs 1 lll men and the conn connwl roln rolnI couneel
wl I for the Ih four women decided dlcdlll to parole parolethem prle prleIIm parolethem
them IIm In the custody 1lod of lawyer Smith Smithuntil Smlb SmlbUIII Smithuntil
until UIII Monday ont1 when wlft1 there Ihfe will wi bn t an n ex examination eiamination 1 1amlnl ¬
before Commissioner Shields ShieldsX SuicideNone
amination amlnl n COluIR ionlr Mllehl MllehlSfn
X None no of the tb women would woul talk about almur1thn aboutthe hou houI
the I case 1 They Tf1 will have II to 1 do without withouttheir wihoul wihoulIr withouttheir
their Ir trunk Irunk which were Wf seized iz1 and nd sent sentM It Ita
M a the II Hililio llhlo store Ior until lnll Commissioner CommissionerSln ommh ummieionertilnslls lotr lotrSII
Sln SII tilnslls 4ls dispose 111 of this II matter matterMlLWAtKBK mlfr mlfrLIKU matterwar
lla MlLWAtKBK LIKU war kxx June 3 Mr 1 Ira 1nof C t W Allen Allenof AII AIIIr
of Ir Kenosha K1ha charged with wlh miikgling miikglingU mutllnl
U h one 1f of the Ih wealtbtmt wlalthit and in1 most 11t promi prominent IromlIPII pmminrnt ¬
nent IPII women In Wisconsin iMn in Hh She is I the thewife thewir thiswife
wife of Ir hustles Carlf W Allen Ali one on 01 of time Ihfllr IhfllrIol direc director directors ¬
tor Iol of Ir the Ih Central Clral Leather Trust andhead and andlead nd
lead of the firm of Allen Al A Son Hn which whichiwns wblChown whichtens
own tens the 11f biggest tannery In the Ih worldproducing world worldtmluciiig worl
tmluciiig Illtlclll tlovn alo leather Iflatbtr The com cominy rm rmny conploy
ploy > iny ny o operates > eratea A I plant Ilnt in Kmooha nPba which whichs
I IC s rated on 0 the Ih honks l hnka > of hn Central Centralwither CPtral CPtralCmpany Centralleather
wither Company Cmpany na worth about holt ttom ttommm n
mm and n the Ihl Aliens are If now heavy hM stock stockholders atockholden 11
holders 10r in n the parent company ernn as a ccstilt re reult rflIII
stilt ult III of the Ih sale 111 of th their ir company ornpany to t the thetrust Ihel
rust 11 l rustThe 1
trustThe The 1Thfl Allen Alln company ompny still ali has h the direct directmanagement dlrtt dlrttmAaltmlnt directmanagement
mAaltmlnt management of the lb Kenosha Kto plant plnt The Thefamily T Thefamily
rlml family Include Incud several r1 brother and n1 is isihe I IIhl isthe
the outcome nllrornf nf the old nl N Allen AlfII A Sonsompany Sons SonsVimpany Hn Hnompn
Vimpany ompn Nathan Slhl Allen AIn was the foun founIrr rOllndr founder
Irr of the Ih concern nCn and nd C W Allen AIn ia iane I laone
one > ne of thesona Ihloni Nathan than Allen died dlt aev aevral ayoral
oral ral years 1Mra ago ao C W Allen Alm U I known knownin
In in Wisconsin Wlauin ss the te angel of the Ke Kenosha 1 K Knoha
nosha Golf Club which II I claimed calmt at atKfiooh atKctha t tKI1MhA
Kfiooh tn be 0 the tbt only club In the th world worldhere worl worldwhere
here whtr the deficit every nr year a I I is met mlt by a ailngle aIn11 asingle
single memberMiss member memberMlM mflmrli
Miss li Sumner Slmnr Is I a school eol friend of Mia MiaAllen MissAllen i
AIr AllenMrs Allen AllenMr
Mr Ira C D Crelger CICf is i probably Mr In De Deicitt D Dewatt
watt wil C Crelger CrelgerJr Jr of lhicagothewif lhicagothewifof Chicago CltlO the wife wifef wle wleor
or f a son ln of a former fnrer Mayor Tor of Chicago ChicagoTWO Clcal ClcalTIm ChicagoTWO
TWO IMFORTKD A 4FROPL4XFl 4FROPL4XFlReported 4EnI E linn AX EX EXReported F FRpll
Rpll Reported Trial Tt one la I far r Cel Alter An andthe and andthe a
the Ih either Jlfr fr II I F Khtsaal KhtsaalTwo KolI KolITwn KehtseatTwo
Two aeroplane taken fke from the Ih French Frenchliner FNch FNchlinr Frenchliner
liner Florid rlde yet yesterday t rday created crple muchinterest much muchinterest mlh mlhIt
interest aa It la believed bUr that one ODI of the theflier thericrs th thnilfIt
flier nilfIt is i l intended Intfde for Col Col John JacobAstor Jacob JacobAstnr Jlb Jlbblnr
Astor and the other for II I F Kohlsaat Kohlsaatnf Khlt
nf Chicago Clc Col CJ Astor attended Ifde the Iheflying thedlnl thehying
flying meet mN at a Nice I in April Apri and ad when heratarnd he hereturned heIlmld
returned Ilmld to this Ihl country expressed upr muchenthusiasm much muchmthusiasm lu
enthusiasm eflbulum on the subject IUbJ ot C aeronautic aeronauticII ut
He I II has na king In been a member mmb of the Aero AeroClun Ae AsiaChin
I Chin ChI of America Amt and I la always alw a leading leadingfigure tln tlnnart leadingfigure
figure nart at th the annual nu1 dinner dinnerThe dlnf dinnersThe
I The machine mhll are alt consigned Oce lo the theAmerican theI theAmerican
I Amfica American Kxpres Mlp Company Comp and Id the only onlyIdentification onl onliloellclon onlyidentifction
iloellclon Identification Is I 1th the Initial Inlt1 H F K Kn Kon Kon
on > n one of the box boxivrtrfcra biM biMI loxes loxest1TIRCTJtl
ivrtrfcra t TtnCl irrr HAFK 4l HOME HOMErnareets ar arnlrtl
rnareets fournaal Ptl Pa P Hrleeoied f1 at atItem t tHume tml i
Hume ml b I by emI With I a Brats Dn Band RanttpI Band5frH Rn
5frH r iI Cittr 0 DrtpeitS Dt it f T T 155 i rx rxHv t tnrhlarak
I Hv Inu hlarak B June I tTl fTh Th Antarctic Antria explor exploring explorlag pIe ¬
lag ship Ip Pourquei Porue Pas ro which carried carriedthe oe
I th the Chareot Cr expedition npto arrived an here herelaat he henlast
llatt last night ffcht The TI explorer ar ant en f route ml1 routeIto
Ito I tf 10 Rouen RouenA Rm Rmi
i A number R of offletsl weteomed the te re rewrniflg I 1 1a
wrniflg nxsJerer and a bra band h fur
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Ipttt a elfotifle Itnno Theory TheerrJlon ne neHB TheoryHaLixa
HB HaLixa Hon lio June Ull SThe IT most mot re remarkable r rmkl remarkable ¬
markable mkl of all I the natural Itura phenomena phenomenaIn peome peomeIn
In the Yellowstone lot National ta Park rrl ha b has re reccotly ro roemt recmlly
ccotly emt been b discovered dlver by Winter Wlntl Keeper KeepeiBun Klpr KlprBune KeeperBunsen
Bun Bune Bunsen en of Norris station llt It I is a geyseiwhich geyser Ir Irwhim geyserwhich
which plays Ill regularly rtlulrl every ee twenty twentyfour tWety tWetyfou twentyfour
four fou hour hw and throw throW a stream It ISO feel feelhigh fNthl feethigh
high hl whose whe water all I II Ice I cold rol instead Inle of olboiling ofblnl ofboiling
boiling blnl hot The T new geyser p U called ulf th thValentin the theVIet theValentine
Valentine ValentinThe VIet ValentineThe
The Te usually UlUI accepted aete theory tery of geyser geyseiactivity Ir IrU11 geyseractivity
activity U11 seem 1 to have received rie a aetback aItbek asetback
setback Itbek by the discovery dlnry of the th Valen Valentins Valentin altn altnti
tins ti tin The Te hypothesis hthMI that tt subterranean lubterraneanstreams lubtMaN lubtMaNtr subterraneanstreams
streams tr coming cmin In contact rontl with wit limn Jm and andcertain andeo andcertain
certain eo chemical dmlc1 generate nte heat and andsteam andsteam nd ndI
steam I which seeking la vent Mt cause CUn an atop eruption ep atoplion ¬
lion ton fall fl1 utterly uterl to account unt for the theValentin theetlo theValentine
Valentine etlo peculiar Julil action actionHOLD aio aioOLD actionROLl
Part Pab Scene le Witfter tm Strike Ilrkf After Certain CarlalnGoes Certainnee Cltln CltlnGlp
nee Glp Ip en 1 rahtarT rahtarTiptrtol Fkt FMtartt
iptrtol t st CsW DtifeH Oa D pafA t U TBS To SO SOHim sa SOSPape
Him ValI p June t IThe The first lra performance pnrfnrmareehere prfonara
here htr nf FalsUlT Fltl by the Metropolitan Metropolitanopera etroplltn etroplltnop
company was threatened with withfailure withrAiure withfailure
opera thrk1
op failure rAiure owing cmpn1 to a strike lulf of scene n shifters ahlftersThey IItra IItraTe1 shiftersThey
They stopped work ork Immediately Immlllltly oft atr after afterthe i ith
Te1 th thf the beginning hllnnll Itpp of the te performnrco prn11r e and nndrefused andI andrefused
refused refe tn resume urn until unti an n advi d nre nl In Inpay Inp Inpay
I pay was given tn t them thm Gsttd Gattllsuzza Gattllsuzzawas OAtlrna Ceaaeua Ceaaeuawas
was p forced for tn t accede ce to their demand demandafter dlnr demandsafter
after which the performance went with without wltblout without ¬
fr t promla
lout out a hitch and ao made mde a 1 deep lmpn Implnn Implnnthe lon lonon
on the audience audienceAmong audienceAmong udltat udltatAmone
Among thorn tho attending ttndlnl w were re Mesdnme MesdnmeW flmf flmfW
W K Vanderbilt ndmlt Pratt Pt and Merrltt Ifrrlt Ml MlKtitherfurd Iia IiaRutherfurd
Ktitherfurd Ruthrur Ambassador Ambor and auditors 01111 Mr Baron Baronand I Baronand n nn
and n Slgnnrl Sllrl Puccini rlcQIn and Giordano GiordanoM Orno
M 1 Olllhert Ulhr the barytone brne ha h1 has be h been beendefinitely n ndefinitely ndfnnltl1
definitely dfnnltl1 reengaged rnlg hy the Metropolitan Metropolitancompany ftmplu ftmpluernpn1 n ncompany
company companyTAFT ernpn1 ernpn1TT companyTd
Mrs ra Taft TU and n Children lllN Children 1 la I I Pe Prue reee ede le Fred Freddent Presldent Il IldtCIt
dent lo Hammer amIr White hi lions IleusBRVIRIT lionsRavap1T
BRVIRIT BIIIT Mae M June lMrs Ira William WilliamII Willim WillimTtt
II Taft with Helen Itn Charles Crl and an Robert RobertTaft Rtrt RtrtTaft RobertTaft
Taft will wi arrive riye at t th the summer lum r White Whit WhiteHouse TilteHouso
House 1011 on Thursday Ttn June JunI JJ JJU 5 5It
U I ia expected UPc < that lh Mr r Taft TAt will wi make makea mak
a trip trp C o > Beverly Orl with Ith hi hie family fAmll to tntho see seethem e ethem
them saftf saftfMr a saeMrs 4
Mr ff Louis T More sister 11r of Mrs Taft Taftwho TI Taftwho
who spent l t the summer mmml hero hn last lt year yearwill yearwlll Nr Nrwi
will wi hs b bln in the party rar partyand and Dd she tewlltyhn tewlltyhnuntl shewlilotayhem shewlilotayhemuntil will May here hereuntil
until untl the arrival r1 of the President PllrI1t about aboutJuly abut abutJil aboutJuly
July Jil i iMr iMrs
Jilra Mr ra R D Evans Fnn who owned rnl the IhITA IhITAotl Taft Taftcottage Taftcottage
cottage otl arrived aritd today at her summer summerhome summerhome lmlr lmlrhnm
home hnm at t forge nlr s Point Pilli a short distance distancefrom ditn ditnfrom distancefrom
White House Hhe Hhewill Hhewipnd Shewill
from the Ihl summer Ilmmtr lt lo
will wipnd spend the th summer Irnfr here hereOpposite hertOllJil1 hereOpposite
Opposite OllJil1 the th Taft residence ttIln has ba been beenplaced hn hnplc beenplaced
placed plc a handsome fountain fOlnlaln purchased purchasedby pur1
by the late ll Robert Rbr D Fvans FYI whenhewa whenhewaIn when hi he w wIn was wasIn
In Italy Itl1 at a a cost Ct of several Mnr thousanddollar thousand tbounddolll thousanddollar
dollar dollarIIOME dolll dolllnaVE dollarROtE
naVE ir0V0f5 HO 110VOAS OU UGR MGR GR OTOVYOff OTOVYOffBlshep Oco WCOXXORDlshep aR aRDilep
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Papal rpl nurse Tr Tilth lb Princely Flnt Rank RankXptttol Rnkrl Rankpd41
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RoUH ROr June 3 3Th The Th Tntxinn Tribe m says IY the thePope thfrope thePope
Pope haa appointed h Pflntf the 110 Right Rllht Rev John JohnJoseph JnhnJflp JohnJaephoConnor6ishnpof
Joseph JaephoConnor6ishnpof OConnor Bishop of Newark N SJ SJIant NJassistant J Jassistant
Jflp assistant Iant at t the throne thrnt with wlh the Ih rank of ofPrince ofmnt ofPrince
Prince PrinceThe PrinceThe
mntThe The paper pp add dl that a similar honor honorhaa honorh honorhiss
hiss h never been conferred rnrrr1 l on a foreign foreignpreUte toKI foreignpieate
preUte l hlo hloW before beforeFY1Ei fom fomf7VB
f7VB W ron FOi srrr i TiiRowixnII TiiRowixn TllUr TllUrho
II D5 llh Tihe ho Caaeil used 11 Theatre Tatrlaln udlrnre to laHneere toK tonnre
Hneere K nnre Are Ar Ixtrfceil 1111 I Cp Cpflier p pThem II11n
Them 11n was a sneezing Intan < outbreak OUlblk in the theorcheMra tlM tlMomNr theorchestra
orchestra omNr of Keith Keih V Proctors OA Fifty KiftyeighthBtreet FiftyeighthStreet ihyiarhth
eighthBtreet iarhth 1 Tbealroymierday Thtlr1may afternoon afternoonthat allmo
that became 1I1 tn t violent Tlolot that Manager ManagerSellmnn ManagerSeliman lanDrRlman
Sellmnn Rlman had hd the lights Ilht turned tlmf up on a amoving amovinc amoving
moving ltcttf picture ncturr seen If put an O while h hsought baulh he hesought
sought aulh the th cause cal sae of f the It trouble troubleThn IroublT troubleThe
The people kept on sneezing and the thehouse Iflhi thehouse
T ppl kp o Inlrna
hi house wa WA partly prtl darkened drlnlpill again and ld the thnmanager Ib themanager
manager mna r and ml several yeral ushers Ib kept flll a clone clonewatch l1 rinsewatch
watch Then they Ih called 01t in Policeman PolicemanCroKion PolicemanCroeton
CroKion COon who arret arrested III1 l three Ihr tmys bo who whowere 1110 1110Wlr whowere
Wlr were sitting aitlnelo together togetherThe tbtr tbtrTe
The Te prisoner lrnlra were WN John Berg nrc nf flf1llnlon 9 9Lexington Bii BiiIslington
Lexington 1llnlon avenue fIIU Thomas 1101 Quinn of ollnll ollnllTI1 1321 1321Third I31Thin1
Third TI1 avenue utll and Thomas Tomn Wilcox irol nf 331Fast 331 331rUst 31 31t
rUst t Seventieth Nvnlfh street Itt They 1IY were taken takeno I
to o the Yorkvilln urkvi polite loll court where wberoManager whlr whereManager
i Manager 1nlr Helm Hlman HIlman n said lid he saw Quinn Quinnlowing Quinnhlowlnar Quinnblowing
lowing something omfhinl from the palm Irn of hi hiland his hiAhnd hishand
land while whlft th the women about Ihout him were wrremeeting wr weresneezing
meeting ruts I policeman plitrnAn raid Pid he smelled smelledinns melledinuff mlfl mlflMUi
snug MUi on o Quinn Qu QuMagistrate inns hand handMagistrate hd hd1c
Magistrate 1c lrate Barlow Drlow fined fl the prisoner prisonerU prlnlra prlnlrafm
Is U each They Thf didnt dldl have hayehl the money mot1nd mot1ndWt and andwere andwere
Wt were locked lokt up upfrrr upLin
1 frrr rirMfs un FOR Im TIIK TIl VFI VFIuelate i1IllIAueldn 1 1r
uelate ef r Hlrlllan lrlnht tstasslns Threaten ThreatenJudge Trntm TrntmJaltl ThreatenJudgee
Judge Jaltl and a Preteeuler Preteeulerffttut IMlw IMlwCaN Paseculsspnal
ffttut Cask CaN Duptuk D 19 r Tan Ta 5rx SrxMttraw 5rxMlUM r
MlUM MiL June JID t ISym 1Saves Seven of the ten In mom memsers mrnbra momben
ben bra of the thecllan Sicilian 8cUn Ma Mafia 1la la who kidnapped kidnappedt kldnpp I
a t student luft by b Ihe name of Martino Malino in inDctober InOctobr inOctober
October Octobr IMS 105 and nd shot him bec hI because becausethe ue ueha I
ha ransom ralrn they th demanded dmnl WM not not5ld notpld notpaid I
paid pld have hIe been bn convicted convictedThe cnlcttd cnlcttdTe
The Te principal prQcpL were t each Nh sentenced sentencedo HQlncf
to o penal pnIIItd servitude for life lf in the sulphur sulphurnine sulphurmina ulphurmn
mina mn nine The T others were wlre condemned condemnedo Cnele
Iflll to o solitary confinement ofaNtt for term te ringing ringingrom rncD rncDfrm rangingfrom
frm from rom i six iz I to eight Ibt years Two of the theiccused thea theaccused
accused a escaped rp and lnl It I Is believed bUf they theyire Ih Iha theyare
ire a In South Suth America AmericaTh Amtc AmtcT AmericaThe
Th T The Judge Jug and n th the Crown Prosecutorlav Prosecutor lufor luforh1
h1 have lav received r1 warning llnp that th lh the Mafia Mafiaia 1na 1nah Mafiaha
h ha ia chosen cO men to avenge nea the th fat of their theirlompanlon ther theropnlol theircompanloos
lompanlon opnlol opnlolGDlth companloosGoggnhetm lompanlonBggenht
Goggnhetm GDlth Bggenht Im Oats et Marriage nle License LlreoseEdmund Llm LlmFAmUd LicenseEdmund
Edmund FAmUd A Guggenheim Olllbllm son o of Hurry Murryjuggenbelra Mun HurryGuggenheim
Guggenheim Guunhelm of n Wett Rerentyflftb Rerentyflftbtreet ftlftb ftlftbtr
Street tr who ho paid Id a fine 1 of 100 UX 1001n In Special Specialieatlona 8pl 8plSlo BPeOWSessions
Sessions Slo and spent lpt a theoretical tbecl day dayn c
In n the Tomb Tnb on o Thursday TUr1 for speeding speedingook
took tlk out 01 a Ito license llo II yesterday ei to PI marry marrynarion mn
Bertha Price Mis Prim I ta
Marion lnOQ Bh Pa Ii Pro a alaugbur aduat aderu
deru laugbur phtsr of Edward Er A Price Po of 2 Wen Wenpghtynlnth WestEightyninth
duat pghtynlnth street a She 8 gave her h age ageis a aTI 1
A Dlht1nlt is JJ 3 yean TI while whil Mr l Guggenheim OUKphlm said Id be bera bea hewa
wa ra a year 1nr 1nrTe youngerT younger youngerThe
The Te T emaretagewilltakepacenoMonday emaretagewilltakepacenoMondayIceeme mm marriage 1r will wl tk takn pla pUce on n Monday Mondayereme 110d 110dm
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NEW w ORLCANS Oau June JI t ITe LThs Th Louisiana Louisianalouse Lul LouisianaHouse
I louse 0 today or approved pe the Income Iome tax taxunendment USI taxamendment
I amendment amdmft to the Federal Fee Constitution Constitutiony < ttltut
b by > y a 1rs1 vote ot of o T7 1 to 1 11 I The T Senate 6lt had hadLbwady h hadalready
already refuted ned to approve ap and d voted Yt to tolubstit t tosubmit
submit eub alal th te the matter le by referendum mllfdU to t th thpopular thl the thepopular
popular vote at t the next Deaoeratto Dsmoeralioprimary DeaoerattoBrimsry
nes Dl
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I primary p Nothing N o can b t dene d e with w the theueendment Ih
I amendment lft fer re two yeart yeartRl Tr TrI yarpunnCAcHnoLTsedate I
Rl Rll punnCAcHnoLTsedate I KA H BOAT SwuJsrs Ratter I II Is C CKi 31N I
I seas Ki X 3eat J t wt u lessee w Uii aasot 1 i r J X xaa xaaa 1
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And So 1 o Did 8U 8t Demecratsflnly DmetlftYTh DememleOnlyTwehe DememleOnlyTweheSenatsre Tweh TwehKenater I Ilter
Kenater lter In I the NegativeMaw leatM o ow It ItGoes I ttGoer
Goes GO fe Conference lenftrllFIII enfercnroFealnres Feature ef efIhe r rIhl fthe
the Ihl Measure a I as Finally nll Adopted AdoptedJune Adopli AdopliI AdoptedWASwlxamx
I WASwlxamx aRITI June JThe 3Te Senate Senatethf S Senatepassed
r passed the Ihl > eocall loll d Administration AminiraUon rail railroad ril railroad
I road r bill bi at t 10 oclock ocok tonight thu end ending endIllar ending
ing a contest between the Insurgent anal anilRepublican III IIIRtIuhl analRepublican
Republican RtIuhl tn regular which ha h run on onmore onmnr onmore
more or lee 1 regularly gularl for almost Hiremonth Hire IhrMmnntha threemnntha
mnntha the cloning scene In th the de debate d dbal i
bate bal on th the bill WPM w characterized by a agrand aKtnrf agrand
grand rush on the th part of the th Insurgent Insurgentto
to seats on the organization or < anlutlon band wagon wagonNot w1tOotn wagonNot
Not otn an insurgent voted against the bill billwhich I Iwhich i iwhich
which went through by a division of i I Ito
60 to II All who vol told < ri against the bill billwere blUVIImntrata billwere
were Democrat AD o that President Taft Taftwill Talwill Taftwill
will have the satisfaction of reflecting reflectingthat 1f 1ftht 1ithat
that notwithstanding all 11 the dust and andamoke
smoke that had been kicUei up in the thelong theInnar thelong
long 8 mite nato fight the bill hat Anally Anallyemerged 1InllrmlerJ finallyemerged
emerged a real 1 party measure measureThe measureThe I IThe
The bill will now go to conference th thHou the theHnlJle theIlnuse
Hou HnlJle e having already aJrNd acted acteion an on a similar aimllarmnMure IlmllarMMlrtt similarmnsaure
mnMure To get I t in a parliamentary ad advantage adant advantage
vantage ant the Senate after It hal pastel paaeelthe puceith pastelthe
the th lull tonight took the th Moiiw 1101 bill from fromthe fromthe i ithe
the table struck out all after the enact enacting ¬ I IIne l ltag
tag clause cll and substituted Its It own 0 bill an anan asan I Ian
an amendment This will permit th thHouse the theHnUII thehouse
House to disagree without delay dfll and nd aik aikfor IIIIKror askfor
for a conference conferenceThe conllrellThe el elThe
The long fight over the th > railroad bill billin billIn
in the Senate ended with both Insurgent Insurgentand
and regulars in good humor The in insurgents InlIurllnta klsurgents ¬
surgents In explaining their rush toward towardth towarithe
th the hand wagon on declared that the bill billcontained billcontained i icootalntd
contained many man good features and they theyalon th theyalone
alone were entitled to the credit for forthem forthtm forthem I
them themSenator thtmSPnalOr y ySenator
Senator U I Foiled Foil after h having hnlnl0C0I111Id havingooupied vln vlnoccupied
occupied the attention of th the Senate Senatefor Senatfor
for a Urge rll part XI of the day da with a dozes doiennr t tnr
nr so amendment sang a twin song
The hill waant just a ILl he would like ti tisee hII tosee
see It but It wa a step In the th right rlrrhdirtC rlrrhdirtClion dim direction ¬ jl jlThe I ILion
lion and the country as h hft viewed th thsituation the theaitlllllonlfluld thesituation
situation aitlllllonlfluld could thank the insurgent and andthe andthe andthe
the Democrat for the merit in It ItSenator ItRlflatnr itSenator
Senator Dolliver OoUi who had been n pester pestering II IIinll pestertag ¬
tag Senator Elklna for weeks nrve IQII and andMid andqkl 1 1said
Mid such nice thing about him that the theWet thetVet i iffIt
Wet ffIt Virginia Senator got to his hi feet feetand f fand feetand
and with hi his arm aero across hi his chest bower Iraweilow llOilow bowerlow
low in acknowledgment MIi lIiA kindll kindUdews kindllnww klndlln
dews n hi hilt forbearance hi his patience his hisgood hi hinnd titsgood
good < nnd will toward all 11 hi his willingness willingnessthat wtIliDCftthat
that man nhouM be heard
every were wera werea Ii Iia
a few f of the bouquet that the Iowa 0 In Insurgent InIUralflt insurgent ¬
surgent handed to the chairman of the theCommittee tb j
Committee on Interstate Commerce CommerceThe Cmme
The Th DeruocraU VII term ocnata who voted for the bill billwere billWfont billwere ji jiTh
were Chamberlain of Oregon Clay of ofGeorgia orOPOrttia ofGeorgia
Georgia Gore of Oklahoma Paynter Paynterof
of Kentucky Simmons of North Carolina Carolinaand
and nd Stone of Missouri MissouriThe IINIOuriThfl
The hill as a It posed j the Ib Senate conMln conMlnonly tvmtainsnnlr i innllh
only nnllh three or four propositions in the th thftllmlJ same sameform sameform I Irorm
form as they appeared a PlMa flfl in the AdminUtrn AdminUtrnturns it itbons
turns unra original bill The Th commerce COmm court courtfeitire rollft1Ilrto courtf 1
feitire f itvm U i retain retained with Ih Might modifica modification modificatinns ¬
lion and m n also al nr ore the Ih propositions propositionsaiithorimg prnpoalllnniRlllliurillnJ propositionnuthnrumg
aiithorimg Mlpra hlp > ers to t nelert ft t their own ownrMite 011rNII ownroutes
routes the Ih provision imrfmina penalties penaltiesfor nllll nllllrnr
for incorrect statement IIr f rate by b rail railroad railroad railread ¬
road cninrttnieM and that authorizing the thecommiwloii Ihemmiklll It Iteommieaion
commiwloii to begun rein investigation Uarnon on it itwn iln Its Itsown
own > wn n initiative and 111 to control clflMiflct clflMiflctlion hlUk11t1
tk lion na Tliei am practically th thus only onlyeleioents nnyelements
elements of f the Ih or Orlfltu < giiinl bill ill left leftTo fIrlT leftTn
To T tbeao Ib have lu been added chi chilly chillythrough > Pv Pvthrough II C CIhrnllch
through insurgent and IVmocrntic tutee tuteea vot vota
a long km anti stort ort o haul Alii nincndrnent 11ft n nniililnjutHtlon I I1l1I1ilnjIIKUI1n innli
niililnjutHtlon nnli inJuletion amendment a pmrW pmrlelngiving I n ngiving I
giving lh the InterntAt Commerm Comm fom fommission m mniimien 0111
mission rawer to siisiend lncre 1n increa5e c m mral tnrates n nfal I
ral rates i for vl eleven vrn inmthn a provision pr viAi n nl nllo allowing I
lo lowing mi the II Interstate Commerce I mmrlt iorsmisaktn fora foramlwUiti IommlI
jl jlIwlnre
mlwUiti to I Ixcomo a iwrty twirl tn litljjition itl llcm mree m inIAnlln mregent
ree regent IAnlln nl to Its It onlera before fn the new IIfI com comni mmnn cornnartr
ni nn rtv wiurt rl an nmetMlmeni shifting hirllfl lie liebunlen thebtinlen
bunlen of H roof xif In regent nl tn I the th renew renvnahlriH renewahlecws Itn ItnahI I
ahlriH of mere iul increasees in rate from the IhoJup thedulpar
dulpar Jup 111 > to I the Ih rnilroail itself nn amend amendment amendwent mndmnl
went tncliidlng inchldln telephone anti tehgraph tehgraphcuiiiptnie 1Arar1rollllI tekgra4mcompmks1
cuiiiptnie < 111 1 e eommon + IIIn rsrrler rrfIt under Imd the theintrrvlnte It It11I1nolltll iliainterstate
interstate commerce hw and mventl Ylml other oUjeramendments olJramndAllnl othernmrnln
nmrnln amendments + enta of r minor Importance ImportannIn
In addition the II Insurgent inr < rl acting In Inmm Inm toconcert
concert mm m rt with the th Deco DenuxraU a forced mil milnf IIIltor nutof
nf the AdiumUtratfon bill the th eectlxIsgalieing sectlrvn sectlrvnlegallJng
legallJng 1 < aIi1Jn < traffic agreement and the four foursection rmlrellnn fairsections
section providing for Government reg regulation rtorIIIallnn ngulton ¬
ulation of stock and and issue by b ail railroads aild ailWhllto ailroads ¬
roadsWhile roads roadsWhile d
While the Insurgent In urlral lay II claim to moat mottnf moator mostof
nf the credit th the Senate na regulars ar are far farFrom farfrom ar arrrom
From conceding this Ihi The 111 fact remains remainihowever rmaJnhowlr remainshowever
however that the Ih bill come out of th thSenat IhRtnatlllackina the theSenate
Senate Rtnatlllackina lacking several of the nvwt Import Important l lnt
ant feature that It contained whn it itentered itentered t tnifrfId
entered and having appended to It many manyFeature I Ifeatures
Feature that were re not contained in th thsrigmal the I
original draft of the bill billIt billIt
It i is seldom that so important a piece piece3f
3f legislation come out nf the th Senate SenateIth Senatewith
with Ith aa many Democratic amendment amendmentis a drneutl
is 1 are If contained In th the Administration Administrationrailroad AdmlnlalratJonrailroad AdmkUstrUomrailroad
railroad bill This of court is accounted accountedFor
For In th the fact acttiat that the Republican regularsere regular I Iwllre
sere obliged to treat on seven fra occasions occasionnswith occasionslth i iwllh
with lth the Democrat mocrata to gather strength atrsngthmough strengthenough UlnltbMooch
Mooch to defeat some of the tb radicalInsurgent radical radicaljuurgent radlCltIlnIurlDt
Insurgent propositions propositionsThe ll llTh
The Introduction of an amendment amendmentby
b by Senator La FhlWtte providing prnvidingthat that the themajority tIMmaJorit themajority
majority of the members m mbelll of the Supreme SupremeCourt RurrtlmCoun SupremtCourt
Court of the United Statea Sta instead ID atl of th thChief thOller tbChief
Chief Justice alone shall have b the power powerof
of designating toe member of the Court Coirtof C lrt lrtof
of Commerce caused a stir tlr in the Ih Senateearly Senate Senateisriy StUtitr11
early r11 In the days proceedings Home BmnjBeoator 1 19 19Sellaton > aSenator
Senator regarded It Ita as an n affront to the thepreeent theChief thepreeeat
preeent Chief JUltI JUltIThe JusticeThe Justice JusticeThe
The attack on tho IA Follette amend amndtnent amendtnIIfIt amendmoat
moat wa WIt led by Senator Carter who whidecUred whodeclared h hcleclAred
declared that John Marshall Joan Jty Jtyind Jtynd Jayand
and the great linn of Chief Justice of th thSupreme the theSupreme I ISupmue
Supreme Court of the United States may maywell mayweu i iweU
weU turn over in their graven a u the result resultof I Ior
of thir the first reflection la legislative legislativeball I
ball oa a Chief Justice of the Supreme SupremeCourt 8upreIMCourt SupremeCourt
Court later Senator nator Carter referred referredlo
lo the amendment aa one proposing to tomake titmake tomake
make a town meeting of the Unit UnitState UI1ISta1 United UnitedStates
State Supreme Court t Judge JudgeSenator Jude8ellatQr JudgesSenator
Senator Ileybura ehAraoterized th thnixetlon tI tIwpllon the thesuggestion
suggestion conveyed In the amendment amendments amlftdmtncklfamowi
as s infamousnd ififaraou and Senator La Toilets FoJtotVtprotested FeMetPl ToiletsProtested
Pl protested tHttd that toe language of the amen amemmert afItIl afItIlmert amenmeet
mert bad bees adopted br him from t tMil a aHeot oHanns
Heot Mil MilSenator MilStsator billSenator
Senator BiUy said be fAiled to DM OMi menllieleiR
llieleiR hbfe teas rellsclIR Itt t tt
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