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Secretaries cetaiies Taft and alulJ3Gon alulJ3GonLeaye BOflLeave Bacon BaconLeave
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GBASS GR 1 AMNESTY T TProclamation Y TODAY TOMYProclamation TODAYPloclaJl1ittion
Proclamation to Remove Last LastSources LastSources LestSources
Sources of Irritation IrritationSecretary firitatiollSecretary IrritationSecretary
Secretary Taft Says Say All Provinces ProvincesArc ProvinccsArc ProYInccaAre
Arc Tranquil With Slight Danger DangerIjiirJciiij DangerLnrJdug DangerLurking
IjiirJciiij Only in Santa Clara ClaraCon ClaraConsul Con Consul ¬
sul General Sternltardt Goes to toOlenfacfiros toOlenfocJolJ toQienfucgos
Olenfacfiros to Pacify Factions FactionsBattle Factlonsattlc FaotionsBattle
Battle attlc Skips Leaving LeavingJFavaoa Lealn LealnrrvaM LcavingOct
JFavaoa Oct i tIt It is the present pres present nt plan plantint planUat1oIe pMnt
tint Uat1oIe t tMessra Messrs srs Taft Twna11d and Bacon nc n will sail 11 for forNewport ferNewport forNewport
Newport News en Saturday an Mr MrMagoon MrMagoon MrMagoon
Magoon is expected e to arrive tomorrow toniOrrowand tomorrowand tJmorrow3nd
and rverythinf f verylhl II is going S nc well The T 8 battle battlaship bAttloship battleship
ship Louisiana wH carry the commission commissioners ¬
ers home homeIt hmeIt homeIt
It is denied that President Roosevelt Roosevelthas Rooeevelthas Roosevelthas
has cabled to Mr Taft asking if IN ii troopsarrc troops troopsarc troopsr
arc r sufficient to maintain order in the isl island IAnd isiand ¬
and There are now about lMI I troops troopshfere troopn troopskiw
hfere kiw n counting the marines while KB more moreare JROr JROrare moreart
are afloat and en their way to the island islandon islandoft
on the steamers Panama Niagara Aztec Aztecand AztecaIId Aztecaed
and Monterey MontereyThe Monte MonteThe MonterryThe
The r tark rorh of disarming the insurgents is isnow isJMrW laow
now ow practically pz eUcally completed save a few fewscattered CewCAUereII fewac
ac scattered + mttered bands about denfuegos C1ea There ThereIs ThereIs ThereIs
Is great partisan 1 1 t tt teraees mess there on ac ccc acoeont ac acOMIIItot
c oeont OMIIItot uOt of the murder of Representative RepresentatlveYltluaa RepresentativeYtttaendas Repre entaUe entaUeVtl
Ytttaendas Vtl le and Lieut Jose Miguel Miguel Gomez Gomezlong Go Gomezbag ez ez1eng
long before the insurrection insurrectionProvisional IuunectJonPnmei iaaurtectionProvisiQaal
Provisional Pnmei Gov Taft informed an a Intervfower in intervtewtr Ia Iatenlewer
tervtewtr today that tho only OI Y danger at atpresent atJIIW8IIt atpeestemet
present is s Santa anta tIara Ciara lara province Andcl AndclJMLtI Andclpating Anticipating ¬
pating possible trouble there betweenMadenates between betweenModerates betweenMHentteli
Moderates and Liberals i Mr Taft today todaysent tocJ7Hat todaySeat
sent Consul General Sternhardt to Cten Ctenfoegoc CIeRwith Cianfhegoa
foegoc with instructions to keep hi touch touchwith touehotu touchwith
with otu the situation sltua tlon there and direct the theoperations theeperatlens theteperatiens
operations of the 28B8 iiO American marinesan marines marineson mariDMduty
on duty there if necessary for thepretervatfon the thepreservation theer
preservation of orter orterAmnesty Ofkrzunesty oilerAmmnenty
Amnesty zunesty Proclamation Today TodnyTomorrow Todn TodnTe1ROnOfr TodayTomorrow
Tomorrow Gov Taft will issue a proc procIsjaation proc1oR proelaaRaLfon
Isjaation 1oR of general amnesty for politicalThe politicalaflenseL political politicaloffenses
offenses The proclamation will be pub pubin pub1ft pubIn
in the Official Q lclaI Gazette of Tuesday TuesdayThe Tue TuesdayThe dayTIle
The amnesty will cover covera1l all offenses connected con conMeted conMeted
Meted with political causes cauaes and will willtend willtM1 willtend
tend to set at rest some me of the matters mattersnow mattersnow mattersnow
now In contention between the two par parties parties parties ¬
ties One of these is the Villnendos Vllluendaascase Villnendoscase VJllueedasCase
case which is the motive of the present presentdisquieting presentdisquieting peeentdisquieting
disquieting attitude of the Cubans lit In and andaround adaround andaround
around CienfMgos C1enfut vs The principal IiI 111fei 11Ife IiIfelIng
felIng fei fe ling cetera centeraja ceaeraJit the cityFrlends city cityFriends clQrFrlen
Friends Frlen sT J o SMtt iotfe tIk Knrlqn VUhieadas Vlllacndasretain VUhieadasretain VmeadIIsretAIn
retain the IIUWIaet ft mast awlmostty against against Sen Senator st1ator Senator ¬
ator PrIM tike moderate odorate loader to Santa SantaClara Sa SaClara ScalaClara
Clara Provteoe sad Ms followers whom whomthey wbNtthfY who whothey
they bold resppHsRito 1 It for the murder of ofVHlrendas ofVtlut ofVilw
Vtlut VHlrendas > ndas a year pear and a half ago Lieut LieutCoL IMtCoL LieutCol
CoL Col Valle commanding the government governmenttroops SGYemmeattroops governmenttroops
troops at denfoegoB o reported to Gov GovTaft Govraft GovTaft
Taft today at the palace that all the thevolunteer theMuateer thevolunteer
volunteer militia companies in that neigh neighborhood welghJaad neighherhoed
borhood had been disarmed according to tothe totile tothe
the orders of the provisional govern governCot PYftJlto governneat
neat neatCeiValle to
toCeLVaile
CeLVaile Cot Valle declared however that small smallhands smallbnada
hands of insurgents l in Santa Clara ChiraProvince CiIwaremafned ClaraProvfaae
Province remained under arms in defiance defianceto
to the Utedtarmamtnt disarmament orders Part of Con Consol Cc Costsal R RGtnlena1
sol General aternbardts duties will be to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the laying down of arms by these thesebands theH1IdL thembands
bands bandsSecretary bandsSecretary 1IdL
1IdLIY
Secretary IY Taft reports that the t e tran tranfuilHzatton tranqulllbat10R tranquIH
quIH fuilHzatton stfon of the other provinces Is now nowcomplete nowOOIIIplete nowcomplete
complete and that the tMdtsarmament + disarmament has hasbeen bMHen baabeen
been accomplished accomplishedBesides aecompllabecJBeMd accomplishedBesides
Besides BeMd the ViUuendas affairs tomor tomorrows toJnOrrow tomorrows ¬
morrows row rows proclamation of amnesty will ill set setat setat
at at rest the Guanabacoa affair of last lastspring latn lastconing
spring n There Liberal sympathizers at attacked atcked attacked ¬
tacked cked the rural guards Urdllift in their barracks barrackstailing barracksaRCI barracksbbiling
tailing and wounding wounclln a dozen dOlel d rurates ruratesLegal rondeLepJ ruraleaLegal
Legal proceedings preeeed against those who took tookpart tookIn tookpart
part in the affair and against Frias had hadteen badex hadheat
teen expected expectedWill ex expectedWill eeted eetedill >
Will ill Count C unt Cubas Cash CashMaJ CnllbJIIaJ Cnah31aj
MaJ Ladd now one of Secretary Tafts Taftssubordinates TaCtstes Taftssubordinates
subordinates tes in the provisional Ional governmatt govern governent 5OvemJIIeft
matt JIIeft ent and former treasurer of the Cuban Cubanadministration Cubaa4baIIdtratton Cubanadudnistratlon
administration during durf Gen Woods gov governorship go goenIIJISIdp governorshlp ¬
ernorship recently re < ntlT engaged e In securing securingthe seeurfnctlM securingthe
the disarmament lsaJm uftftlt of the rebels of Havana Havanaaad HaVlUUlaDd Havanaand
aDd Pinar del RIo provinces will tomor tomorrow tomorrew tomoemrw ¬
row undertake with Senor Ortoff present presenttreasurer prnenttnlUQrer presenttreasurer
treasurer of Cuba Cuba to count the money moneyow moneyJIOJt moneynow
now ow on band m In the treasury treasuryThe treuul7The treasuryThe
The fond funds of the country are said to be beaaent beatteut beabout
about n2flWom 8 It is expected that it will willtake willtab willtake
take about fifteen days to invoice the thecash theea theeah
ea cash Maj Ladd was as especially commis commissioned MmmlsIIkmed commisskied ¬
skied by Gov Taft for this work Ork Mr MrTafts XrTaCts MrTaafts
Tafts principal aim is to ascertain the theactual theaetal timeactual
actual amount of ready money without withoutreference withoutret withoutreferepQe
reference ret to or interest in whatever din disbursements dia dial dinbpeaeieenta ¬
l bursements t may ma have been made by the thePalm thePalma theIlmma
Palm Palma administration There hi s no doubt doubthowever doubtw doubthewever
however w that if frauds should be discov discovered dhlcoverocl dlscovered ¬
ered In I the course of the count prosecu prosecutions pfOlSeCUt1 proseculions ¬
lions in the usual way will follow followThe tollowTIM followThe
The battle ship Indiana left this afternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon to join the Atlantic fleet The Cel CelUe CelUe Ceitic
Ue also left on a trip around the south southcoast south088t southcoast
coast to supply vessels stationed there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The battle ships Louisiana New Jersey
Virginia the cruiser erul r Minneapolis the gun gunboat gu gunboat ¬
boat Prairie and several colliers are now nowla nowlit nowIn
la th the harbor bor here The Cleveland and andMarietta AndMarietta andMarietta
Marietta are 8 at Ctenfu Clenfuegos s the Tacoma Tacomaat
at MansHlo M the Newark ewrk at Xuevitas the thestrategic thestrt8llPc thestraatec
strategic naval 1 point for the province of ofCamagttfty ofCu ofCanragnoy
Camagttfty Cu ad the Dea M > i at Guan Guantanamo Guantm Guantasamo
tanamo tanamoGLEVjaA tmOLE tasamoCLEVrrLLriI
GLEVjaA OLE CLEVrrLLriI l riD r IS E f OOOO GS rll D HEALTH HEALTHFormer 3EALTHFormers ALTH ALTHForm
Former Form rJl ritlont ie i I Kt K < r It sra4 f to Prince Princctlon Prineetlon Princetlon
tlon i4 Srto des fr 1l3 > J ttciw ti t4 > a ir r Home Homelew HomeNew homeNew
New Y > f + < i + 3t rf v dent ent Cleve Clevelaas Cleve1a1IiI Cievela
la laas ail vQs trr Eae At ir i r tin < n MB farm farmnear farmntiar farmnear
near ntiar TtCt Ta > v V if > the middle middleof middleof Iddle Iddleof
of J bj ss j f it Pr r I rr last with his hiswri hisfa
111 Jn 11Z m wri During Dudn the thesununer UtesUIIIRI thesumttatler
sununer sumttatler II l > ijtlvo t tlfl life Ht su supert MIpe atsperinWGe
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crecttec e rt A otunjif 1 i l r m 1 his farm farmand farmaJJd1Iiks farmandliiti
and aJJd1Iiks hN ext I every way wayEfikJV W7FAl waye wayP
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bee bee IfkJ TfrSthe r s probably at atthe atthe atthe
the New ysat J3erdlctior fIjj si J1 A r r Ida is the pre predlctlor predlctlOf predlcttor
dlctlor ef efvery > > t i r r man In Rome RomeRonic RomeYUT Romevtry
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In Add AddFund r il nf n nr Interest IntcrestFundn Interestubjoct IntcrctFund
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WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For thq District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia Virginiafair fair and andsomewhat andsomewhat andsomewhat
somewhat warmer Tuesday TuesdayWednesday Tli Tuesda sday sdayVednesday y yWednesday
Wednesday fair and colder i briskto brisk briskto b sk skto
to high southerly shifting to towesterly toveste towesterly
westerly veste ly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYTELEGRAPHIC SUMM SUMMARYTFLBGRAPHIG RY RYTBL13GILPHIO
TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICCuba TBL13GILPHIOCubaJs TFLBGRAPHIGCuba
Cuba CubaJs is pacified pacifiedDr pacifiedDr pacifiedDr
Dr Brouwers s trial for wife IICa murder bo bogins begf
1118 1118RuMian gf gins ginsRussian
Russian terrorists again throwing throwingbombs tbrowtngKidnapped throwingbomi9s
bombs bomi9sK1dnapped bombsKidnapped
Kidnapped heiress falls to Identify Iden Identifyaltos Identifyaltospeat fy fypeeL ms mspeet
peeL peetAl
AI Adams will itl flied 4BedQueboc JIIOOQueboe fliedQuebec
Quebec strikers atrlkerskflled killed in battte blttiewl with wWhpoKco withPOUCL h hkL
poKco kL
LOCAL LOCALSpanish LOO LOQALSpanish L LSptUllsh
Spanish war veterans open oonvonUon oonvonUonSupreme Dn ooavontignSupreme lltlon lltlonSUJMeme
Supreme Court Court convanes convanesNewfoundland eon eonNewfoundland convenes convenesNewfoundland
Newfoundland angered aag 6ed by concession to tcAmericans toAmericans toAmericans
Americans
POLITICAL POLITICALHearst POLITICALHearst POLITICALHearst
Hearst after Mc Mcrrens arreas scalp scalpSecretary scalpSecretary scalpSecretary
Secretary Root is to take the stump stumpTEST stumpTEST stumpTEST
TEST HARRY THAWS SANITY SAOTTYAllcniatn SANITYAlienbtH SANITYAlicnists
Allcniatn Make Iake Examination WhichLasts Which WhichXaata VtlchLast8
Lasts Several Hours HoursfNew Jlouni
fNew i New York Oct SoHarry S Harry K K Thaw to today today today ¬
day submitted bmttted to an examination in the theTombs theTombs theTombs
Tombs by two allentets aHenl8t8Dr Dr Britton D DEvans DEvans DEvans
Evans and Dr Charles E Wagner The Theordeal TheJrdealla Theordeal
ordeal Jrdealla lasted ed several hours hoursDr BounIDr hoursDr
Dr McGuire the Tombs T mbfJ physician physicianmade p physicianmade 3sleian 3sleianmade
made his regular request to be allowed to tobe tebe tobe
be present as the representative of thedistrict the thedistrict Utedistrict
district attorneys omce ofttce office and d as m In the thepast ePUt thepast
past he was refused ed permission by the theexperts Uteexperts thaexperts
experts expertsCABINET expertsCABINET expertsGABINET
CABINET MAY RESIGN RESIGNNewfoundlanders RESIGNN RESICNNewfamldlanders
Newfoundlanders N Are re Angry AngryOver AllgI1YOyer AngryOver
Over Fishery Agreement AgreementWOTJXD AgreelnelltWOULD ATeementWOULD
WOULD BREAK WITH EMPIRE EMPIREColonial EMPIREColonial
Colonial Government Controlled ControI1chbY ControI1chbYCJnK4 ControllerI Ify IfyCInxx byChars
Chars Which bIcb Ovens Fishing bl1ln In Intereats 111terettlJFisbernICIl InterestsFisliernmen
tereats terettlJFisbernICIl Fishermen Jtfot In Sym Sympathy SlnIUlfl1y S3 + m mprtimy ¬
pathy With Discriminating Laws LaivjApralnnt Lan LawsAgainst s sAgalnt
Against American Citizens CitizensOfilcial OltizensOmdal CitizensOllidal
Ofilcial confirmation has reached the theState tMState theState
State Department from United States StatesAmbassador StateAmbtUllllldor StatesAmbassador
Ambassador Reid at London of the ac acceptance ac acceptance acceptance ¬
ceptance by the British k government of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the modus Vivendi which is to govern the theAshing theftsblng thefishing
fishing by American nsbermen off the thecoast thei thecoast
i coast of Newfoundland for the present presentYesterday IJIellefttn IJIellefttYerdaY presentseason
season seasonXsotetday n
Yesterday mornings dispatches from fromNewfoundland fromNewtoulH1and
Newfoundland 1 ewfouadlandaiiocontafnedthe abb contained the statementthat statement statementthat fiatemeatI
I that th 1h government of that British Brtda Britishany col colony ¬
OIly is so angered by the agreement t to the themodus themodus
modus and by the fact that th Utt British Brltisitgovernment Britishi
i government has acceded to the American An Andemnck AmeIhditdemands Americandemands
demands that all of the Cabinet Mt Ministers lIJ1Ikenare Mhdrteraare
1 are about to resign resignThte ratpThi resignThis
This Thi disruption dl ruption of the government goverDmealIn may mayin mayIn
in the opinion of officials here have serious se serious se serious ¬
rious results It is even hinted that it itmay Itmay Itmay
may be but the precursor of a movement movementfor movementfor movementfor
for the separation > of Newfoundland from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the British crown which would thus th lose toseone Joeeone loseone
one of its troublesome but valuable as assets a asets assets ¬
sets setsEngland
England Tried to Be Fair FairIn InlrIn FairIn
In th the Ashing ft hlng disputes between New Newfoundland Newfowadland Newfoundland ¬
foundland and the United States the theBritish tileBritish theBritish
British government has been placed hi a amost amost amost
most embarrassing embaLrraael position The Newfoundland New Newfoundland Ne1toundland ¬
foundland government has been trying for forsome forsome forsome
some years earx by the adoption of inimical inimicallegislation inimicall Inimicallegislation
legislation l hJlatloD to absolutely destroy destroall all the therights therith therights
rights rith of American fishermen which were wereguaranteed wereguaranteed wereguaranteed
guaranteed by the treaty of ISIS 1 On the theother thetber theother
other tber hand the British government has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been trying trytn to act fairly in the matter matterwith matter1th matterwith
with 1th the United States while at the same sametime ametime sametime
time desiring to do nothing to offend O end or oralienate CYalienate oralienate
alienate the Newfoundlanders NewfoundlandersThe
The difficulty dlf hculty arises it Is learned from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the fact that the Newfoundland govern government government government ¬
ment is under the control of the merchant merchantor
or planter class as it is called These Thesemen TheMmen Thesemen
men also control absolutely the fisheries fisheriesIn ftsberlesIn fisheriesIn
In most cass 3 they own the boats th thseines thelnes the therefines
seines the fishing Alsbl apparatus and the cur curing curtnb curing ¬
ing establishments e on shore shoreIn In fact th thentlrp thentire J Jentire
entire plant required for the capture of ofthe orthe ofthe
the codfish and its preparation for the themarket themtlrket themarket
market It Is through their influence that thatlaws tbatJaws thatlaws
laws have been passed prohibiting Ameri Americans Awerlcsns ¬
cans from obtaining bait from Newfoundland Newfound Newfoundland Newfoundla ¬
land or from hiring Newfoundland < fishermen fish fishermen ftrmen ¬
ermen ermenAmericans ermenAmcricnns rmen rmenA
Americans A ncrlcnuH a Boon to FishermenThese Fishermen FishermenThese IdlcrmcnTbee
These laws it is said do not at all rep represent repre represent ¬
resent re nt the desires of the bulk of the popu population populaUon population ¬
lation of the colony The Newfoundland Newfoundlandfishermen Newfoundlandftshcrmen Newfoundlandfishermen
fishermen themselves want to sell bait baitand bait baitand baitand
and they would be very ery willing to ship on onAmerican onAmerican onAmerican
American fishing vessels vea In these ways waysit waysIt waysit
it is said they th y have In the past obtained obtainedpractically obtainedpractleally obtainedpractically
practically the only ready cash ea they ever everreceive everrec everrecrlve
receive rec ive They got t good American gold for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their services rviees and bait But working for forthe forthe forthe
the planters they receive their pay in insupplies Insupplies insupplies
supplies of all Kinds from food to fishing fishingapparatus 1i6hin 1i6hinapparatus fishingapparatuss
apparatus Usually their credit at thestores thej thejstores the thestores
stores was always overdrawn so that thatthey thatthey i ithey
they were always alv ys in debt debtThey debtTMY debtThey
They have however so small a voice in inthe inthe inthe
the government of the colony that thej thejplanters the tbeplanter theplanters
planters who are in control have been beenable beenable beenable
able to impose their will and secure the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of the restrictive re tTIcUve legislation aim aimed aimed aimed ¬
ed against t the American competition in insubversion Insu Insubversion
subversion su verslon of the American treaty rights rightsThe rightsThe rightsThe
The particular p reasons that are now nowimpelling nowImpeUlnr nowimpelling
impelling the planters in control of theNewfoundland the theNewfoundland theNewfoundland
Newfoundland government to threaten Its Itsdisruption Itsdisruption Itsdisruption
disruption are that the modus vivendl vivendlagreed vivendiagreed ivendlagreed
agreed to t by Great Britain contains pro provisions pro proisions provisions ¬
visions that American fishermen may use usepurse URPUnle usepurse
purse seines which they claim to be nec necessary nece necesmamary ¬
essary e for successful fishing and that thatthej thatthe thatthey
the may employ Newfoundland fishermen fisher fishermen fishermen ¬
men Both of these things are expressly expresslyprohibited expresslyprohibited siy siyprohibited
prohibited by laws law passed by the New Newfoundland Newfoundland Newfoundland ¬
foundland legislature That the home gov government government government ¬
ernment in London should override their theirlocal thtrlocal theirlocal
local laws is galling to the Newfound Newfoundlanders Newfoundlanders Newfoundlanders ¬
landers They > know too that Great GreatBritain GreatBrltatn GreatBritain
Britain will never resort to force again to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep one of her colonies from asserting assertingher aaertingher assertingher
her independence hence the Newfound Newfoundlanders Newfoundlanders ewtoundlande ¬
landers lande are acting in a very arrogant arrogantfashion arrogantfoblan arrogantfashion
fashion fashionSeven foblanSecn fashionSeven
Seven Soldiers Killed In Wreck AVrcckSt WreckSt VreckSt
St Petersburg Oct 8 sSeven Seven soldiers soldierswere soldierswere soldierswere
were killed and twentynine injured sev several IeVent severai ¬
eral of them so seriously that it is feared fearedthey fearedthey fearedthey
they will die die in a collision which occurred occurredon
on the Siberian Railway near Martnaovka ilarlnaokaS20OOO
20000 In Prizes Free FreeF FreeF
F 1 G Smith Piano Cos Word Contest ContestJ
J H Small 4 lt Sons I Florists FloristsAstoria lorbt lorbt14th lorIata lorIata14th
14th and G sts Wtt V bIngtu ng1Q Wa1aorf Wa1aorfAstoria WaldorfAstoria
Astoria and 1151 Bro Brt1HliWf B a djgy Now tw 3fgrlc 3fgrlcIf y Ybrk YbrkIf k kIf
If dlsw dlswWhiskey dissatisfied iti ter iijtiJ tlI nom om Re ReYhlsker RyeWhiskey
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MORE RUSSIAN GRIMES GRIMESi GR1MESTerrorism ORIMESTerrorists
i
i
I Terrorists Throw Bombs in inKazan inKazan inKazan
Kazan and Sebastopol SebastopolJEWS SebastopolJEWS SebastopolSEWS
JEWS MURDERED IN SIBERIA SIBERIASoldiers SIBERIASoldlcr SIBERIASoldiers
Soldiers Repeat Horrors of SIcillcc SicdiceOutrages SIcillccOutrages SielllccOotrngc
Outrages nt IrkntsU and Tomsk TomskGovernment Toms1Gocrnment TomskGovernment
Government Intends to Xnlllfy XnlllfyElections NullifyElections ullt ulltElections
Elections If Xcxt Donma Tarns Out Gntv OutToo OutToo
v Too Radical RndicalAnother Another Mutiny MutinySt Untln UntlnSt
St St Petersburg PetePbr Oct SoTerrortt Terrorists con contributed coatrl contributed ¬
tributed trl ute4 to the general feeling ef efuneasiness tuneastn etuneasiness
uneasiness uneastn which pervades the whole wholepire eM eMptre em empire
pire by two attempts today upon the thelives the1tva thelives
lives of government officiate officiateAt officlalAt officialsAt
At Sebastopol a terrorist terrorl threw a bomb bombat bombat bombat
at the carriage occupied by General GeneralDoumbadz GeneralDoumDadz GeneralDoumbadz
Doumbadz near the Bretzky regiment regimentbarracks regimentbarraekl regimentbarracks
barracks Tho general two soldiers and andthe aMthe andthe
the Coachman were seriously injured The Theassassin Tbefn Thein
assassin fn escaped escapedAt csCtpedAt escapedA
At At A Kazan two bombs were thrown at atVice atVice atVice
Vice Governor GOYeW Govet who was as slightly slightlyinjured sIIghUInjured slightlyinjured
injured This assassin also o escaped escapedThe escapedThe escapedThe
The peasants pea nts of Molkhin at a great greatmeeting greatmeeUnl greatmeeting
meeting yesterday resolved to cease pay paying peyIng paylug ¬
ing rent to tho landlord proprietors and andalso aadalllo andalso
also adopted other resolutions of a most mostradical IOIItradIcal mostradical
radical nature natureOutrages DtureOutrngcH natureOutrages
Outrages in Siberia SiberiaTerrible SlbcrJnTerrible SiberiaTerrible
Terrible massacres of Jews J eWE extending extendingover o extendingover tendfns tendfnsoer
over a period of six weeks oeks have occur occurred CCUrred occurred ¬
red in Siberia News of the occurrences occurrencesthere occurrencesthere ces cestbere
there in which hundreds of lives are arereported aCereported arereported
reported to have Ita ve been lost has been beencarefully beencaretully beencarefully
carefully suppressed suppres d Tho information informationcame Inormatloncame Informationcame
came today in private dispatches dlspate ez receiv received recelycd received ¬
ed in St St Petersburg PetersburgIrkutsk PetersburgIrkutJk PetersburgIrkutsk
Irkutsk and Tomsk have h been the scenes scenesof scenesof scenesof
of outrages equalling those at Sledhre Sledhrerecently Stookerecently Siedieerecently
recently Soldiers were the instigators instigatorsof
of the massacres and took an active part partin partIn partin
in the killing and torturing of helpless helplessJews helplessJews helplessJews
Jews Women were the principal suffer sufferers sulIererg sufferers ¬
ers terrible tortures being inflicted upon uponthem uponthem uponthem
them Barbarities not to be mentioned mentionedare
are reported reportedThe reportedThe reportedThe
The worst massacre was at Tomsk Tomskwhere Tomskwherf Tomskwhere
where Russian soldiers made concerted concertedattacks concerteattackil concertedattacks
attacks upon Hebrews Many were wer killed killedin killedIn killedin
in the streets Others who sought refuge refugein reru e eIn
in their homes or In shops were hunted hunteddown hunteddown hunteddown
down and mercilessly killed killedWomen killedVomen killedWomen
Women and Children Burned Alive AliveJewish UleJewish liveJewish
Jewish women were subjected to awful awfulindignities awfulindlgnlUes awfulindignities
indignities before being dispatched In Inone Inane Inone
one instance 400 Jews including many manywomen manywomen manywomen
women and children aught ught refuge In a asoap asoap asoap
soap factory facto Soldiers SoIdl rs fired the building buildingand bundln bundlnand buildingand
and over 109 persons per ns perished In the thelames theflames thedames
lames Soldiers surrounded the building buildingshot buildingshot buildingshot
shot down many as they rushed out to toavoid tovoid toavoid
avoid void being burned to death deathNews rleathNews deathNews
News has a W w > been received in private privatemessages prlVRtemesaages privatemessages
messages of a serious mutiny which occurred oc occurred occurred ¬
curred at Irkutsk A pitched battle oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred in the streets between the mu mutineers muttneeN muUneer ¬
tineers and loyal soldiers resulting in inhundreds Inhundreds Inhundreds
hundreds of casualties The mutineers mutineerswere muUneerawere mutineerswere
were defeated and the next day there therewere therewere therewere
were wholesale executions of those who whohad whoh whohod
had participated par clpated In the mutiny Forty Fortyone Fortyone Fortyone
one mutineers Including Inclu lng seven officers officerswere oflkerawere offlcerswere
were shot to death Their bodies were weretied weretied fre fretied
tied to an equal number of men who whohad whohad whohad
had been b n wounded in the volley 011133 fired at atthe atthe atthe
the mutineers and 8nl1all all thrown Into the theAngara theAngara theAngara
Angara river riverMay riverMay
May 110 Nullify Elections ElectionsThe ElectioJ1sThe ElectionsThe
The government has decided that the thevalidity tltevalidity thevalidity
validity qf the elections for members of ofth ofth ofthe
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employes of all gf srdaBh ftadJl > Sda xa bj 6 bng nK t dtregtod dtregtodto dlr U4t U4tto < jt d dfhtn
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dencwJH deaC6WJlf1t fco feuad f lld tbAt th rut it the Junior ranks ranksof rankaof ranksof
of the etvll 11 service disobeyed the theernmJ1ts gov governments gurernments ¬
ernments order and the elections wUl be becanceled becanceled 1 1canceled
canceled canceledTne canceledThe canceledThe
The convocation of the Douma has lmsbeeu lmsbeeupostponed been beenpostponed beeupostponed
postponed for another anoth r six months The Thegovernments TIMIOftIlUDeDt Thegovernments
governments order to Us employes pI is isrecognized JIreeocnJzed Isrecognized
recognized m a the opening o ln lug of an aggres aggressive nesiTe agareefve ¬
siTe fve campaign against its natural enemy enemythe CIIeID7the enemythe
the socaMed Intelligentsia JRtel tzla or the people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who possess higher education but who whoare wboart whoare
are without capital < I These include a large lar5emajottty largemay largemajority
majority of the governments t enormous enormousarmy eDM1IIOUIy enormousarmy
army y of civil employes employesThere emplo emploT esnployesThere
There T is considerable anxiety In 111to regard regardto
to October 28 So when the new conscripts conscriptsare
are due for enrollment throughout the theempire theempln theempire
empire but the provincial governor xovel1lOrllI xovel1lOrllIerally generally gen generally ¬
erally report that whatever disorders may mayeccur mayeecur mayoccur
occur are not likely to take a daD dangeshape dangerous e1VU8shape dangerousshape
shape shapeCHANDLER shapeCHANDLER shapeCHANDLER
CHANDLER RETAINS RETAlr S PLACE PLACENew PLACENew PLACENew
New Hampshires exSenator Still StillHeads StillHeads StillHeads
Heads Claims Commission CommissionBvidcncc CommissionBTleleJ1cc Commissionldvidcncc
Bvidcncc that tpnt President Prc hl nt Bears Xo XoEnmity NoEnnmity 0 0Enmity
Enmity as Result of Clash Over OverRnilTvay OerRnilwn OverHallway
Hallway Rnilwn Rate Bill BillPresident nlllP BillPrISMeatihReesevelt
President P PrISMeatihReesevelt Rcsev RHHftlt it issued an orfler 01llertenlay yes yeatertlay yesterday ¬
terday controlling the life of the Spanish SpanishTreaty SpalsitTreaty SpanisiitTreaty
Treaty Claims Commission C Comadmou n to March MarekI 2 2l07t
1907 I ExSenator William B Chandler of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Hampshire is chairman of the com commission CQIftmlalon cornmission ¬
mission missionMr mlalonMr missionMr
Mr Chandler it will be remembered rememberedfigured rememberedflpred rememberedfigured
figured hi the sensational seft ational railroadrate railroadrateepisode railroadrateepblode railroadrateepisode
episode Jut winter in which a question questionof
of veracity veraelt was wa raised between the Presi President President President ¬
dent and the chairman of the Treaty TreatyClaims TreatyClaims TreatyChums
Claims Commission Mr Chandler acted actedas actedas actedas
as the gobetween in the negotiations negotiationscarried negotlatltnAcarried negotiationscarried
carried on over the tb rate bill by the Pre Presi President Prellldent l ldent ¬
dent and Senator THlman orfSouth ofSouth Carolina Caro Carolina Carolina ¬
lina After failing to get the support for forhis forhis forhis
his bin that he desired from the Republi RepubHcan Republican Republican
can side of the Senate 8te the President Presidentopened Presidentopened Presidentopened
opened up negotiations with the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats Afterward the President and cer certain certain certain ¬
tain Republican Senators became recon reconciled reconciled reconcUed ¬
ciled and according to Mr Chandler Chandlerthe Chandlerthe Chandlerthe
the deal with Uh the Democrats was de declared declared declared ¬
clared oft over night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The correspondence that passed between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the President and Mr Chandler made one oneof on onof oneof
of the spiciest chapters of the winters winterspolitical winterspolitical winterspolitical
political history and It was generally generallysupposed generallysuPPOSed generallysupposed
supposed that the President would soon soontake soontake soontake
take occasion to separate Mr Chandler Chandlerfrom Chan Chandlerfrom ler lerfrom
from his lucrative job That he did not notdo notdo notdo
do so was supposed to be because b C8use the life nfeof lifeof
of the claims commission was so soon to toend toend toend
end Yesterdays official order continu continuIng contlnuIn continuing
In Ing Mr Ir Chandler in his place proves the thePresklent thePresident
President to be of a most forgiving na nature nature anture ¬
ture
COACH OCCUPANTS HURT HITBTWife HURTVlfe HURTWife
Wife and nn Children of Army Surgeon SurgeonStltt SurgconStitt SurgeonStitt
Stitt Injured by b Train TrainAsbury TrainAsbury TrainAsbury
Asbury Park N J J L Oct SWhile S S While defy driving drt drtIng defying ¬
ing across the Sixteenth avenue railroad railroadcrossing raUroedcrossing railroadcrossing
crossing this evening a stage in which whichthey whfcltthey whichthey
they were riding was struck by b a Penn Pennsylvania Penn5Thnla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Railroad freight train and Mrs MrsE IrsE MrsE
E R R Stitt Stitt her three ehllcTrenEdward ehllcTrenEdwardten children Edward Edwardten
ten years 3 ers old Mary eight years ears old and andbaby anda
a baby girl eighteen ghteen months old oldwere were se seriously se sertously seriously ¬
riously injured The baby aDd mother are areUnexpected areexpected areexpected
Unexpected expected to live The other two ebB chllTO chlIare ebBare
TO are badly cut and mangled mangledMrs mangledMrs mangledMrs
Mrs Stitt is the wife of a United States Statesarmy StatesIlrmy Statesarmy
army surgeon stationed In the Philippines PhilippinesXews PhilippinesXews PhilippinesNews
Xews of the accident was cabled to him himHeat himHeat himHeat
Heat your rooms where other heaters fall fallwith fallwith failwith
with Ofte Radiators No coal sanitary sanitaryinexpensive sanitaryInexpensive nit8ry nit8ryinexpensive
inexpensive Demonstrations 509 1fO 9th st
BOLIDE OLIGE KILL STRIKERS STRIKERSTwo
Two Dead fl cal ear I and a11 I Many Wound Wounded W Wo ollud olludcd Illld Illldfed ¬
ed in Battle with Officers OfficersCANADIAN OfficersOANADIAN OfficersOANADIAN
OANADIAN MILITIA IS GALLED GALLEDMore OALLEDJlore CALLEDMore
More Trouble Is Feared nt Mills MillsWhen 3IHlsVhcn MiltsWhen
When Xoiinnlon Men Are Pot to toWork toorl toWork
Work orl Under Protection ProtectlonTroulIe ProtectlonTroulIenrcno ProtectionTroubleBrewing Trouble TroubleBrewing
Brewing for Several Days Culmi CnlmInatcs Culminates CuJmlnat ¬
nates nat Fatally Fatanotber Other Labor Matters blattersBuckingham JInttersBk MattersBueklagham
Buckingham Bk Bueklagham Quebec Oct IT ATwo Two men menhave nHtnftaft menhave
have been kfltod and fifteen or tm twenty hMtywoaaded twentywounded < ety etywounded
wounded as the result ef a conflict be between between between ¬
tween the striking employes emplo jl of the Mc McLaren JlIe1Aren MaLaren ¬
Laren Mills here and a force of special specialpolicemen apeeialpoIleemat specialpolicemen
policemen employed em in protecting the themills Utemilia themills
mills The dead so far as known are a aman aman amoan
man named med Behutger the leader of the thestrikers therlk thestrikers
strikers rlk and another striker named Ferria Fer Ferris Ferria ¬
ria As far as can be learned at this thishour thishe9r thishour
hour the mills had about fifty special specialpoitcemea specialpoIice specialpoliceman
policeman poIice and nearly aarl one hundred non nonunion DOOmea nonunki ¬
union men In Its employ Trouble had hadbeen hadHen hadbeen
been brewing for several days The con coafUet conflict CORftlct ¬
flict occurred this afternoon when the thei thellII themill
i mill put a force of nonunion men at ati atwork atwork
i work at the landing near the top of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the falls fallsThe falaThe faintThe
The policemen surrounded IUFIO i the workmoem work workmen Ork Orkmen ¬
men but as soon as the power was wasturned wastvrnecl wasturned
turned on on the strikers charged with withsticks withstick6 withsticks
sticks and stones The police commanded com commanded eomJKIMJed ¬
manded them to halt bait but the order only
increased the fury of the strikers strikers3Jct strtkenJlct strikersMet
Met l by r a Volley VolleyAfter Volle VolleAfter VolleyAlter
After a short parley the strikers again againdashed againdu againdashed
dashed du up the hill They were were met by bya bya bya
a volley from the revolvers and rifles riflesof eaof riflesof
of the police but they continued to tocharge toch tocharge
charge ch The police and employes kept keptup keptup keptup
up the nre Are and for fully twenty min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes and battle raged fiercely Finally Finallythe Fl Finallythe ally allythe
the strikers were repelled and doctors doctorswere doctorswere doctorswere
were called Two were found deadand dead deadand ddand
and many maD others Injured Doctorshurried Doctorshurried Doctors Doctorshurried
hurried to the scene 5Cen and the victims victimswere vlatfmswere 1cUmswere
were taken to the morgue and the in injured InJured Injured ¬
jured to the hospitals hospitalsGreat hospitalsGreat hospitalsGreat
Great excitement prevails in the town towntonight toW1ttonlsht towntonight
tonight tonlsht More ore trouble is feared A force forceof forceot forceof
of militia with 1th machine guns left Ot Ottawa Ottwa Ottawa ¬
tawa this evening for the scene of the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble troubleJUMPS 4 4JUMPS iSUHPS
JUMPS FROM CAR WINDOW WINDOWSleepy WINDOWSleepy WINDOWSleepy
Sleepy VirginIan Lands in 11 Soft SoftGround SoftGround SoftGround
Ground and Is Uninjured VninuredMemphis UninjuredMemphis UninjuredMemphis
Memphis Tenn Oct S SDazed Dazed by sleep sleepand sicepand sleepand
and believing belfeln he was jumping out of bed bedC bedC bedC
C Flanary of Big Stone Gap Va raised raiseda raisedcar
a car window on a Louisville and Nash Nashville NashvlUe Nashvile ¬
vile train traveling thirtyfive miles an anhour anbour anhour
hour near Erin E 1n Tenn early yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayand esterdayand
and leaped out cut His wife awaking gave gavethe gvethe gavethe
the alarm and the train was backed up upto upto upto
to where Flanary was sitting on a amound ftmound amound
mound of earth rubbing ru his eyes H Be Bebad Rehad a ahad
had fallen otf rainsoaked ground and aIMIcaped es escaped escaped ¬
caped uninjured uninjuredChurch uninjuredChurch uninjuredChurch
Church and State in Clash ClashRome OI1 ClashRome 1h 1hRome =
Rome Oct S BIt It is rumored that the thePope thePope thePope
Pope may excommunicate Gen Alfaro AlfaroPresident AJfaroPresident AlfaroPresident
President of Ecuador E If he carries out outhis outhis outhis
his expressed intention to close the thechurches thecburchai thechurches
churches and abolish Catholic worship In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that country countryZ32
2325 Z32 325 Memphis and Return ReturnChesapeake ReturnChesape ReturnChesapeake
Chesapeake Chesape ke and Ohio Railway RailwayBrotherhood Ra RailwayBrotherhood ay ayBrotherhood
Brotherhood St Andrews On sale Ie October Octo October October ¬
ber 15 l to 18 liberal limit Take C O OLimited OLimited 0Limited
Limited 43 oJ = P It m only one night out outIf out outIf outIf
If you JI are ar thinking thinker of life insurance insurancewhy jnsurancewhy insurancewhy
why not get the best See Raymond RaymondRickettsJaeneral RaymondRickett8General RaymondRickettsGeneral
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DR BROUWER ON TRIAL TRIALSchool TRIALScl1oo TRIALSchool
School drams of Physician PhysicianDecline Pl1 ysician ysicianDecline tsieia n nDecline
Decline Jury J lU1Y Service ServiceDRAMATIC ServiceDRAMATIC ServiceDRAMATIC
DRAMATIC SCENES IN COURT COUETMnnr COURTIany COURTMany
Many Women Are Present to See the thePrisoner tbePrisoner thePrisoner
Prisoner Who Is Accused of Hav Having Un UnIng Iiaving ¬
ing Put Arsenic and Ground Glass GIaslIfn Glassin
in fn His Wlfcs lfcs Food FoodCrowd Crovrd Blocked BlockedStreets BlockedStrccb BlockedStreets
Streets Sear the Court CourtToms CourtToms CourtTestis
Toms River N J Oct 8 SoAfter After several severalaramatfc severaltrramatJe severaloramatIc
aramatfc scenes a Jury was selected this thisafternoon thissttentoon thisafternoon
afternoon to try Dr Frank Brouwer a aprominent a aprominent aprominent
prominent physician of this place for themurder the themurder themurder
murder of his wife by putting arsenic and andground andgrOuIId andground
ground glass in her food School chums chumsand chumsAnd chumsand
and friends of his hlsboyllood boyhood were called calledas caUQdM calledas
as talesmen It was near eer time for ad adJoumment adjoum adjournieenf
Joumment joum 1leRr1l kutmn ntBen the challenges had been beenexhausted beenu1a beenexhausted
exhausted u1a a5ted by It both sides and the work of ofselecting orseJectint ofselecting
selecting the jury went rapidly forward forwardAfter forwardAfter forwardAfter
After the Jury was completed CG tp1eted the trial trialwent trialwent trialwent
went over for the day dayOne dayOne dayOne
One of the sensational scenes that took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place in the courtroom was due to the thedefense thedetenae thedefense
defense trying to induce Benjamin Cram Crammer Crammer Crammer ¬
mer a farmer of Forked River Dr DrBrouwers DrBrouwers DrBrouwers
Brouwers birthplace to qualify The Themans Thebans Themans
mans hands were trembling his features featuresquivered features411ivered featuresquivered
quivered and his voice choked chokedWhat cbokedWbat chokedWhat
What is the matter Answer my ques question quCl5Uon question ¬
tion tionThe
The question had been Do you OU object objectto
to capital cai Ial punishment punishmentWns pualtJhmenta punishmentWas
Was a Chum of Prisoner PrisonerSuddenly prlsozyrSUddenly PrisonerSuddenly
Suddenly tears streamed down the themans tbenilts themasts
mans face and he burst out For Gods Godssake Godsake Godssake
sake dont put me on this Jury Frank Frankand Franklid Frankand
and I were friends friendsHe frtendLHe friendHe
He was hastily hast11 excused excusedS etcu ed edS
S S Judson Rfdgeway of Tuckcrton Tuckcrtonflushed TuckertonMd Tuekertonflushed
flushed Md crimson when chosen as foreman foremanof foremanor foremanof
of the Jury and asked to face Dr Brou Brouwsr BrouT Brouwer
wer wsr T his chum of boyhood boyhoodWith bohoodTttb boyhoodWith
With Tttb the courtroom packed to suffoca suffocation sutroeatlen suffocatien ¬
tion by several hundred spectators many manyof man manof manyof
of them women the trial began at noon noonForemost noonForemo noonForemost
Foremost t in the crowd that thatgazed gazed eagerly eagerlyat
at the accused ed physician as he was led ledinto ledJato ledInto
into court was Miss Elizabeth Hyer H er sis sister sister sister ¬
ter of Mrs Brouwer the victim Ictlm and her herbrother herbrother herbrother
brother Trevonlan TrevonianStreet TrevonlanStreet TrevonlanStreet
Street In Blocked BlockedFifteen BJockedFIfteen BlockedFifteen
Fifteen minutes after Judge Hendrlckcon Hendrlck Hendrickson Hendrlck10ft
son opened the case the crush was s so sogreat 80great sogreat
great that Sheriff Jeffery ordered the thedoors thedoors thedoors
doors closed Washington street street on onwhich onwltlclt onwhich
which the courthouse Is situated sltuat d was wasbi wasbi washa
bi ha ck h cw d for several hundred feet feetWhen feethen feetWhen
When hen the physician was taken from the theJail thejail thejail
Jail hundreds rushed rush forward forwardJlnd sand infl tried triedto triedto triedto
to speak to him He was jeered and andhooted andbooted andbooted
booted by 1e the ie e men but the women in the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd cried Shame I The accused man manwas manwas manwas
was rushed forward by two deputy sher sheriffs sher11l8 sheriffs ¬
iffs and an he himself with 1th his powerful powerfulframe powerfulfralD powerfulframe
frame helped make a passage p On enter entering entering enterlug ¬
ing the courtroom Dr Brouwer BrMI er saw S8 w his hissisterinlaw hissisterInlaw hissisterinlaw
sisterinlaw and scowled at her herKnevr berncTr herKnew
Knew ncTr She Sl Was Poisoned PoisonedIt Iol one oneJ
It J t will m be the contention of the pro prosecu prosecution proaecuUon cecu cecution ¬
tion represented by Thomas TbomasP P McDer McDermott IcDermotto i iipott
ipott motto the public prosecutor assisted by byEdward b bEd byEdward
Edward Ed rd Wilson of Jersey City that Dr DrBrouwer DrBrouer D DBrouwer
Brouwer killed his wife iCe lj feeding her herarsenic he hearsenic herarsenic
arsenic poison poI and that she knew that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was being bel poisoned Ther will prove provethat proethat profsthat
that arsenic was found In her body and andby andby andby
by a series of witnesses attempt to show showthat showthat showthat
that there were reasons reasons monjtary and andothers andothers andothers
others that gave Dr Brouwer a motive irotlvefor rrothefor motivefor
for wanting to be rid of his wlfo wlfoSo wlfoSo wifeSo
So far as 3 can canbe be learned tonight the thecounsel thecoun5eI thecounsel
counsel for the defense J W Yo Carmichael Cftrmlcbaeland Clnnlchaeland Carmichaeland
and Edward Wilson will m try to offset offsetthis offsetthis offsetthis
this testimony by showing that the ar arsenic srnic arsenic ¬
senic nic found in her h r body bod was a part d < f the thefluid thefluid thefluid
fluid used in embalming her The unJrr unJrrtaker unJrrtaker unirrtaker
taker who embalmed the body bod will swear swearhowever sweurhowever sweenhwever
however that there was no arsenic in thu thuembalming thue theefmibalming
embalming e ba1mlng flood floodChemist floodChemist floodChemist
Chemist Found Arsenic ArsenicThe ArscnIcThe ArsenicThe
The principal witness for the prosecu prosecution prosecution prosecution ¬
tion will be F A Genth a chemist who whowill whowill whowill
will testify that he found arsenic In Mrs MrsBrouwers MrsBrouwers Irs IrsBrouwers
Brouwers body Second In importance importanceto
to Dr Grenth will be Dr H H Cafe Cafewho Caiewbo Cagewho
who sI signed ned ed a death certificate saying sayingthat sayingthat sayingthat
that Mr Mrs h Brouwer died of Brfghts dis disease dlsCfts disease ¬
ease Cfts He will be asked to explain how howhe bowhe howhe
he came to make such a report when the theautopsy theautopsy theautopsy
autopsy showed that death was caused causedby cau8fdby causedby
by arsenic polswiing Dr DIsbrow on onof one onuof oneof
of the physicians who attended Mrs MrsBrouwer MniBrouwer MrsBrouwer
Brouwer is said to have been asked to tosign tosign tosign
sign such a certificate and refused re 1ftd He Hewill HeWill Hewill
will be a witness as w well H as will be beMary beJifary beMary
Mary Lippincott Alice 1iorloek Horlock Horlock and Unit UnaDudley UnuDucUey UnitDudley
Dudley nurses who attended Mrs Brou Brouwer Broufr Brouwer ¬
wer werNot frNot fr
Not the least interesting figure in the thetrial thetriftl thetrial
trial will be Miss Stella McClenahan who whowas whoWftS whowas
was a governess for the Brouwer children childrenMrs childrenMrs childrenMrs
Mrs BoDuwcr once left her home and andwent anlIwent andwent
went to live with her sister at Lakewood Lakewoodbecause Lakewoodbeeaose Lakewoodbecause
because according to evidence said to be bein bein bein
in the possession of the prosecution she shedid sbedid shedid
did not approve of the friendly relation relationship relationship relationship ¬
ship between Jxtwe n her husband and Miss Mc McCitnahan MIlClTatan MeCienahan
Citnahan Cienahanf
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CHEER WELT RUOSEVELTSpallisJl WELTSpanish
Spanish ll War Veterans Call CallHim CallHim Callfr
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BUSINESS B TlS Z S S SESSION BEGUN BEGUNOfficers BEGUNOfficersVill BEGUNOfficers
Officers OfficersVill Will Be Elected at Meet Meeting Meeting Meetin ¬
ing in Held Tomorrow TomorrowCommandorlnChIef TomorroComnmnderInChlet TomorrowCommanderinChief
CommandorlnChIef tuner Speaks Speaksin
in Behalf DclmJt of the Proponed Amalga Amalgamation Amalga1natlonrlaanks AmalgamntionThanks ¬
1natlonrlaanks mation Thanks President for His HisIntercut HisIntereRt HisInterest
Interest In This Encampment Enc1mpmentDar Enc1mpmentDarWas Day DayWas
Was Devoted to Receiving and andDisposing nndDfHIJoSlng andDisposing
Disposing of Routine Report ReportVVBai Reportwiets Reportsjih
wiets VVBai jih hurrahs burra s for FresJioat 1 Roosevelt Roosevelttheir RoosevelttJl RooseveltUm
tJl their Um comrade the delegates to the thethird thetJllnl thethin
third annual encampment of tn Ole Spanish BpanishAmerlcan 6panishAmertean SpanishAmerican
American War Veterans V Veterans began their ses eeaslen sesOft sesMen
Men Oft yesterday in 1Rt1te the DrIll Hall of the iheDistrict theDIstrict theDIscrlct
District National Guard GuardThe GaanITIle GuardThe
The The names nam of IcIORleY Me Kinky and Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt were magic words to the delegates delegateswhen delegateswhen delegateswhen
when mentioned and the many ladles iadiespresent ladlesprEen ladiespresent
present prEen members memberso of the Aaxtiiary A Joined Joinedin
in the cheers and applause that the veter veterans Yetf veterans > r rans ¬
ans gave gaveThe gaveThe vo voThe
The armory deft drH room in which the thebusiness thebuslnes thebusiness
business sessions are held has been beenhandsomely beenhandsomety beenhandsomely
handsomely decorated wth flags and andbunting andbunting andbunting
bunting for the occasion and the large largeroom largeroom largeroom
room presented an a attractive sight to tothe tothe 0 0the
the l6tt delegates del t an aDd hundreds of Viritors Visi Visitors Vi l ltors ¬
tors who attended the opening sessions sessionsOn 2essIJ 2essIJOn sees seesOn
On the stage were Past Commandersinj CommandersIn CommandersInChl CommandersInChief
Chief Chl M M Emmett Tired William E j 8n 8nlIsh Ergush n ngllsh
gush lIsh and Harold S S Megrew M egreR ew Preseil PreseilCommanderinchief PrEs PrEsCommanderInChief PrtspCommanderinChef
Commanderinchief Charles R R Miller MillerNational Mil lilIrNaUonat r rNational
National Chaplain A i H I Reaney af affecttonateiy aCfectlonately affecilonatety
fecttonateiy known as Father jReanry jReanryfrom R exnc exncfrom nri nrifrom
from Maine to California Major F S SHodgson SH SHodgson
Hodgson H d n and Isabelle Alexander Past PustPresidentGeneral P4lStPresidentGeneral PastPresidentGeneral
PresidentGeneral of the National Ladles LadlesAuxiliary Ladlesuxmao LadiestUmxfliary
Auxiliary uxmao Mrs Mary E Gedney who now nowfllls nowfills nowfills
fills that office e Mrs Ida M Galloway Gallowaypresident Galtowaypreklent Gallowaypresident
president of the District of Columbia ColumbiaAuxiliary ColumbiaAuxiliary ColumbiaAuxiliary
Auxiliary Commissioner Macfarland and andMrs 2ndMrs andMrs
Mrs M lL McConnelL McConnelLThe McConnellThe McConnellThe
j The meeting meetln was called to order by CoL CoLUrell CoLGrell ColUrelI
Urell he introduced Chaplain Reaney Reaneywho Reanerwile Reaneywho
who > pronounced a most Impressive bnpre lve invo invocation jnvocation invocation ¬
cation and was followed by Commission Commissioner ¬
er Macfarland who welcomed the visit visiting visitlag 151tIDS ¬
IDS comrades comra4 and ladles to the city of ofWashington ofWashlngton ofWashington
Washington His address addr was short but butinteresting butIntere b t tinteresting
interesting Intere tlnl and intensely patriotic and andwas andas andwas
was as frequently interrupted by applause applauseand applauseand applauseand
and soldier yells elis especially e JlaUy at mention mentionef menti mentiat mentionof
ef the names names of MeKiniey and Roosevelt RooseveltCommander RooseeltCommanller RooseveltCommander
Commander Miller lil1 r Responds RespondsCeiamanderinCbief Re RespondsCommanderInChief pollW1 pollW1CemmanderInCbtef
CeiamanderinCbief Killer 1 responded re In Inkind n nkInd nkind
kind and was also greeted with cheers cheersHe chf cheersHe fs fsHe >
He thankpd Uaan the comrades for the support supportand fWpportalld supportand
and confWence given his administration administrationand admlnlstraUQPand administratloand
and of the growth of the organization organizationIt
It is I impossible Impe sllMe at this time to r 5r 5rthe Srj r rthe
the full membership of the orgnnizatlo orgnnizatlofor
for the th reason r8L that many of the camps campsare campsare campsare
are delinquent in furnishing to national nationalheadquarters naUQnalheadquarters nationalheadquarters
headquarters their semiannual reports reportsThose reportsThose reportsThose
Those camps reporting however show showa
a gain of over SA per cent in membership membershipduring membershipdUring membershipduring
during the first six months of the year yearand rearand ear earand
and if the same ratio of gain prevails pr aUs inall in inall mall
all camps during the last half of the year yearour yearour yearour
our membership based on the report reportoC reportoCAdjutant of ofAdjutant ofAdjutant
Adjutant General Hutson should approxh approx approximate approxImate ¬
imate h ate 45CKXX CIOO Our growth has been more morerapid morerapId morerapid
rapid than that of the Grand Army of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republic during the corresponding correspondingyears correspondingyears correspondingyears
years of its history which fact indicatesthat Indicates Indicatesthat tBdJcatesthat
that our future is now assured assuredThank aseuredThanks assuredThanks
Thanks the President PresidentHe PreddentHe PresidentHe
He also spoke of a visit to Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton where he attended a banquet in his hishonor hiSbonor hishonor
honor and where arrangenMMUs unmge s were weremade weremade weremade
made with President Roosevelt Roo It for the thedate thedate thedate
date of the national encampment now nowbeing nowbeing nowbeing
being held heldAt heldAt heldAt
At this Interview he continued the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President kindly volunteered his assist assistance assIstance assistance ¬
ance in the matter of the absorption of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Legion of the Spanish War Veterans Veteransof Vetera Veteraof
of Massachusetts by ty our organization organizationand
and I wish to acknowledge in this public publicway publiway pubiioway
way the value of his hiI services and to tosay toMI tosay
say MI that the favorable result of the nego negotiations nceotfatlons negotiations ¬
tiations was largely due to his interven intervention Intenntlon Intervention ¬
tion in and love of the organization organizationApproves or organizationApproves lzaUon lzaUonApproe8
Approves Amalgamation AmalgamationAs
As a result of my visit to New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and conference with Commander Walker Walkerof Walkerof Valkerof
of the Legion of Spanish War Var Veterans Veteransof
of Massachusetts a tentative agreement agreementwas agreementWAS agreementwas
was entered into which blch will be submit submitted submitted submitted ¬
ted to you 00 for your our approval with the therequest tl16request therequest
request that that you authorize me to exe execute execute execute ¬
cute the same In your behalf To many manyof manyof manyof
of the members a statement of the tb his history history history ¬
tory of the Legion of Spanish War Var VeteraDS Vet Veterans Veterans ¬
erans would be without purpose for it is isalready Isalready isalready
already within their knowledge but to tomake tomake tomake
make the situation entirely clear to all allpermit aUptmtlt allpermit
permit me to say that the Legion of ofSpanish orSpanish ofSpanish
Spanish War Veterans of Massachusetts Massachusettsis Massaeb s Lts LtsIs
is an organization similar mllar to ours com composed composed composed ¬
posed of some twenty or mere camp campin campIn campsIn
in the States of Massachusetts and New NewHampshire NewHarnp NewHampshire
Hampshire Harnp blre and having an enrolled mem membership membership membership ¬
bership of about 4688 It is needless to tosay tosay tosay
say that the addition of this organization organizationwould organizationwould organizationwould
would add very materially materfall not only to toour tfour toour
our numbers but it would bring to oat oatorganization ou ouorsa1izaUon curorganization
organization many man of the best t citizens of ofMassachusetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts who served their cltlZentOf cltlZentOfMassachusetts country countryduring cou ryduring ry rydurinG
during the Spanish war I earnestly lec lecommend e eom eeommend
ommend om mend the approval of this contractand contract contractand contrnctand
and shall regard the consummation consummationthis ofthis of ofthis
this amalgamation as the one bright spot spotin spotin spotin
in my administration administrationTo
To Segregate Se cgatc Colored Troops TroopsIn
In regard to colored veterans of the theSpanish theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish War Valo the Commanderinchief Commanderinchiefrecommended commalHlerlnchleCrecommended commanderinchiefrecommended
recommended the formation of separate separatedepartments sep separatedepartments rate ratedepartments
departments He also advocated the es establishment C Ctablshmcnt establishment ¬
tablishment of permanent headquarters headquartersfor
for the adjutant general and at the theafternoon therternoon theafternoon
afternoon session a resolution ns UUon providing providingfor
for such headquarters to be located in inthe intbe inthe
the city of Washington was introduced introducedby Introducedb introducedby
by b Past Department Commander Hilton Hiltonof Hiltonof Hiltonof
of New Jersey and referred to the com committee commlUee committee ¬
mittee on rules and regulations regulationsWants regulatlonsVal1tlli regulationsWants
Wants Second Reserve Relier Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The commandermchief evoked a round roundof roundot roundof
of applause when he further recommend recommended ¬
ed in his address that an army arm corps corpsbo COrDSbo corpsho
bo formed of the United Spanish War WarVeterans WarVeterans WarVatetans
Veterans to be held as a second reserve reserveready reseveready reserveready
ready for active service in case of need needHe needHe needHe
He showed the National Depaf6nent to tobe tobe tobe
be in excellent financial condition eondlUona eondlUonastatoment conditionastatement a astatement
statement which was borne out in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon session by the report of Ad Adjutant Adjutanl Adjutant ¬
jutant General Charles F Sherwood SherwoodMrs SherwoodIrs SherwoodMrs
Mrs Alexander greeted the encamp encampment encampment encampmncnt ¬
ment as the largest largest yet held In the his history his history history ¬
tory of the order She was given three threerousing threerousfng threerousing
rousing cheers by her boys as she shsadvanced sh shadvanced sheadvanced
advanced to the front of the platform platformPast platformPASt platformPast
Past Deportment Commander Hodgson Hodgsonchairman Hodgsono1mrman Ilodgsonchairman
chairman of the encampment enCllmpm nt committee committeeCOSTIiiUKD Q oommitteoCO mmJtte mmJtteCOiTIiUED
CO COSTIiiUKD TIIiED OX O PACE TWO
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