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CARUSO IS DEFENDED DEFENDEDEuropean DEFENDEDEuropean DEFENDED1an
European En ro 1an e Papers Print Long LongAccounts LongAccounts a aAccounts
Accounts of His Case CasePLAYED CasePLAYED CasePLAYED
PLAYED HARMLESS HARMLESSSinger FRANKS FRANKSSinger PRANKSSinger
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In Larks but Never Showed Show d Tcnd Tcndency Tcnden Tendency
ency en C Toward Viclouimcss VJclounculDerlin VJclounculDerlinPost Berlin BerlinPost
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mentary upon the condition of o European Europeanaffairs Europeanaftairs Europeanaffairs
affairs for the moment that the chief cillo topic topicof topicor topicof
of public interest in at least three coun countries countries countries ¬
tries this week hag been the vulsar ad adventure adventure adventure ¬
venture in which the worlds greatest greatesttenor greatesttenor greatesttenor
tenor finds nds himself involved involvedSuch involvedSuch mOlvedSuch
Such Indeed is the fact and we have havee baveseen haveseen
seen e en the cress Dr of London Paris and andHome andRome andRome
Rome issuing special editions giving de details deta11s details ¬
tails of the prosecution of Caruso in a aNew aNew aNew
New York Police Court CourtNow CourtNow CourtNote
Now Now it happens that one of the fixed fixedIdeas fixedIdeas fixedideas
Ideas In the European public mind about aboutAmerica aboutAmerlea aboutAmerica
America is that New York policemen and andNew andNew andNew
New York TorkXUce uollce magistrates comprise compriseabout compriseabout compriseabout
about the most corrupt combination ofmunicipal of ofmunicipal ofmunicIpal
municipal maladministration that exists existson exIstson existson
on the face of the earth Arth The natural offeetwf ef effectof efect
fectof ect this assumption has been to create createan craatean createan
an immense amount of sympathy for the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Italian I 11 n among tho general public publicThe publicThe publicThe
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4 deel puzzled by some of tho evidencegiven evidence evidencegiven evIdencegiven
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c able to detect the motive moth for condemn condemning condemnInb condemning ¬
ing an Innocent man Nevertheless it itmust itmust itmust
must be said that public sympathy symp thy on onthe onthe onthe
the whale > h l is with Caruso and his con conviction conlctlon conviction ¬
viction lctlon is generally generaUydenounced generaUydenouncedLong denounced denouncedLong denouncedLong
Long cabled accounts of the trial with withdescriptions withd withdescriptions
d descriptions ptlons of the court scene have given giventhe giventbe giventhe
the impression especially in this country coun country countrY ¬
try that the hearing resembled a a theatriti theatri theatrical theatrlcal ¬
ti cal travesty more than a judicial proceeding pro proceeding proceeding ¬
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Friends Are Indignant IndignantThis IndhnnntThis IndignantThis
This attitude of the general public quite quitefails quitetaUs quitefails
fails to represent the feelings of Carusos Carusospersonal Carusospersonal Carusospersonal
personal friends and acquaintances s uaJnbmCes Their Theirindignation TheirIndignation Theirindignation
indignation at the decision decl lon knows no nobounds nobounds nobounds
bounds They resent Police Commissioner CommissionerMathots Comm1saionerMathots CommissionerMathots
Mathots designation of him as tho thogrossest thogrossest thegrossest
grossest slander Caruso in private life lifeIn Utein lifein
In London has always been a big boy boywith boywith boywith
with an overwhelming desire to play playharmless playharmless playharmless
harmless pranks pranks None of his London Londonassociates Londonassociates Londonassociates
associates ever detected a suggestion of ofviciousnese ofvicIousness ofviciousness
vicIousness vicIousnessAt
At midnight one night in a fashionable fashionablerestaurant fashionablerestautltnt fashionablerestaurant
restaurant the shrill petulant HttulaDt voice of ofa ota ofa
a a little J1tt1 girl was heard There was no
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gan searching for the cause of the mys mystery mstery mystery ¬
tery and it was found that Caruso had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been trying his powers powers O ers as a ventriloquist ventriloquistDuring ventriloquistDuring entriloqu1stDurlnS
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La Boheme one night Caruso discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
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of the boxes The tenor slyly Imitated Imitatedseveral ImUaled8eera imitatedseveral
several 8eera 1 tricks of legerdemain I rdentltin while sing singing slft slftIn singing ¬
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Sings SJn 1I a Coon Song SongrMeeting Songeting SongMeeting
Meeting eting your correspondent one even evenIns CeAInz evening
Ins Just before going to Covent Grdea to tot4ng toFlng toing
t4ng in La Tosca Tosco Caruso called Cf Ied atten auentlon attention AUlfttlon ¬
tlon to the similarity slmUarlt between th tM Ameri American Amerlcan dmcrican ¬
can coon song Tiger Lily and the aria ariain ariain rIa rIaIn
in the third act in the opera singing both bothto bothto bothto
to Illustrate lUu trate the point pointI
I dont know ho said whether to tosing tosing tosing
sing that aria tonight In the American Americanway Americanway
way or in Puccinis way wayThat v vTbAt wayThat
That is Caruso as London knows him himThe blmThe himThe
The Berlin Post says 1S the Caruso case casereminds easereminds casereminds
reminds the world of how high chivalric chivalricfeeling chivalricfeeUng chivalricfeeling
feeling for women stands in the land of ofKing 0 0Iln ofKing
King Iln Dollar a sentiment which was U once oncehigh oneehigh oncehigh
high In Germany also but is now a thing thinglong tblnglong thinglong
long past It goes on to contrast the free freedom fre fredom freedom ¬
dom from fromanno annoyance > ance enjoyed by American Americanwomen Americanwomen AmerJenomon
women omon and girls In the States at any time timeof timeof timeof
of the night or day with the insecurity In curlty in inthis inthis inthis
this respect on the streets of European Europeancities EuropeanciUes Europeanclues
cities cluesThe citiesThe ciUesThe
The Post cites the case of Maxim Gorky Gorkyas Gor Goras
as proof that no one however celebrated celebratedIs
Is allowed to violate the laws l ws of decency decencyIn
In America and concludes by b saying that thatCarusos thatCarusos thatCarusos
Carusos career In the United States is isclosed IecJosed isclosed
closed closedTWO cJosedTWO closedTWO
TWO KINGS ON BOAR HUNT HUNTVictor HUNTVictor HUNTVictor
Victor Emmanuel Furnishes Sport Sportfor Sporttor Sportfor
for His Royal Guest GncstRome GnestRome GuestRome
Rome Nov 24 24King King George of Greece Greeceand Greeceand Greeceand
and King Victor Emmanuel accompanied accompaniedby
by their suites were driven in automobiles automobilestoday automobilestoday automobilestoday
today to Castel PorzJano the royal pre preserves preserves preserves ¬
serves situated in the beautiful be utlul pine pinewoods pinevOOds pinewoods
woods near Ostia which extends to the theMediterranean theedlterranean theMediterranean
Mediterranean MediterraneanTheir MediterraneanTheir edlterraneanTheir
Their majesties visited islted the spot where whereaccording whereaccording here hereacoordlng
according to classical legend Aeneas the theTrojan theTrojan theTrojan
Trojan prince founded the City of Lavin Lavinium Lavinlum Lavinlum
lum After taking part p rt in a successful successfulwild successfulwild successfulwild
wild boar hunt the two Kings lunched lunchedat
at the royal hunting lodge and then re returned returned returned ¬
turned to Rome RomeMuch RomeMuch RomeMuch
Much comment has been caused by the thefact th thfact thefact
fact that Queen Helena drove to Caste CasteiPorzinno CastePorzlano CastelPorzlano < <
Porzlano accompanied by the Princesses PrincessesHelena PrlnccseeHelena PrincessesHelena
Helena of Servia and Vera o of Montenegro Montenegroand Montenegroand Montenegroand
and had lunch with the Kings the pres presence presence presence ¬
ence of the Princess Helena contrasting contrastingwith contrastingwith contrastingwith
with the hostile attitude of the diplomatic diplomaticrepresentatives dlplomatlcrepresentatives diplomaticrepresentatives
representatives of the Balkan States to toward toward toward ¬
ward King Georges visit The explana explanation c explanation pJan8 pJan8tlon ¬
tion give 1 was that tlt t the Servian princess princesswas princesswas princesswas
was the guest of Queen Helena and there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore could not absent herself herselfThere herselThere herselfThere
There was a a gala dinner at the Quirinal Quirinallast Quirinall Quirinallast
last l st night in honor of the King of Greece GreeceOne GreeceOne GreeceOne
One hundred covers were laid and the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair was most brilliant 3vi KIng g Victor VictorEmmanuel VictorEmmanuel VictorEmmanuel
Emmanuel and King George exchanged exchangedtoasts exchangedtoasts cbangcd cbangcdtoI
toasts toI ts and the latter conversed CORftr ed fluently fluentlyIn fluentyin
In English with R a S Reynolds Hitt the theAmerican tl1 tl1American theAmerican
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CIMTOAYOFSBARD CIMTOAYOFSBARDCritics CLING TO AYONSBARD AYONSBARDCritics AVON S BARD BARDCritics
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London Nov No 54 IDr Dr Karl Bloibtrous Bloibtrousdiscovery Blolbtrousdiscovery Bleibtrousdiscovery
discovery of the true Shakespeare does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not impress British literary critics who whoon whoon whoon
on analyzing the German professors rea reasons reaKIDS reasons ¬
sons for his new faith find them entirely entirelyunconvincing entirelyu1COm1nclng entirelyunconvincing
unconvincing Dr Bleibtreu declares that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the low comedian William Shakespeare Shakespearewho Sbaltespotrewho Shakespearewho
who regularly got drunk at the Mermaid MermaidTavern MermaidTaern MermaidTavern
Tavern could not possibly have the wide widelearning widelooming widelearning
learning and knowledge of other countries countrieswhich countrIeswhich countrieswhich
which the author of the Shakespearean Shakespeareanworks ShakespeareAnworks Shakespeareanworks
works evidently possessed possessedOn
On the contrary contrar Roger the Earl of ofRutland ofRutland ofRutland
Rutland who Dr Bleibtreu claims was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the real Shakespeare Is known to have havespent hLV hLVspent havespent
spent considerable time In France and andItaly andHaly andftaly
Italy to have studied law at Padua and andto andt
to t have visited other parts of the world worldwhoro worldwhoro worldwhere
whoro he would have gained the experionce experi experience oxp ri rionce ¬
once necessary nec 5ary to enable him to write thefamous the thefamous thofamous
famous famous plays playsHis playsHI8 playsHis
His mission to Denmark in 1603 to repre represent represent reprosent ¬
sent James I at the baptism of the Dan Danish DanIsh Danish ¬
ish crown prince would have enabled him himto himI
I to obtain local color for Hamlet and he heactually heactually heactually
actually met Guildenstern and Rosen Roaencranz TIo8ncranz Rosencranz
cranz at the Danish court Two mem members memI messhers ¬
hers I rs ofthe latter family were fellowstu fellowstudents fellowitudents fellowstudents ¬
dents of his at Padua PaduaCircumstantial PaduaClroumstantlal PadunCircumstantial
Circumstantial Evidence Supports SupportsThe SupportriThe SupportsThe
The Duk Duke of Rutland was Imprisoned Imprisonedfor
for political reasons from 1001 to 1603 dur during during during ¬
ing which period no Shakespearean drama dramaappeared dramaappeared mma mmaappefTed
appeared white bile Coriolanus and Tho ThoTempest ThoT TheTempest
Tempest T mpest the last of the Shakespearean Shakespeareanplays ShakesjeareanP1a3S Shakespeareanplays
plays appeared in 1512 151 the year the Earl Earlof EaIof Earlof
of Rutland died diedThe diedThe diedThe
The foregoing are amcjig an1l 11g some of the themost themost themost
most striking coincidences which w lch have haveconvinced baeconvinced haveconvinced
convinced Dr Bleibtreu whose hose proofs proofsare prootsare proofsare
are perhaps at least as strong as those thoseof thoseo theseof
of o other Shakespearean Sbakelpear m dethroners They Theyare ThO ThORrc Theyare
are considered irresistible Irresi tlblo by Dr Tursain Tursainaky TUr Tursairsky zln zlnalky
alky the eminent German literary critic criticwho crlUcwbo criticwho
who hails Dr
Blelbtreus discovery as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being as important to the realm of litera literature literature literature ¬
ture as Columbus discovery of America Americawas Americawns Americawas
was geographically > and politically politicallyOn
On the other hand Prof Dowden who whofills whonus whofills
fills the chair of English literature at the thei theof theUniversity
i University of Dublin and who Is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the geratest livingShakespearean Ih ngSha1ce pearean author authorities authorities authorittes ¬
ities sees absolutely no evidence to Justi Justify justify ¬
fy Dr Bleibtreus s theory thea He has not seen
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the doctors book but judging from the thepublished thepubHshed thepublished
published summary he strongly believes believesthat believestbat believesthat
that It will prove another mares nest nestIncredible nestIncredible nestIncredible
Incredible Says Critic CriticHe CriticHe CriticHe
He points out that the Earl of Rutland Rutlandwas RutlandWS Rutlandwas
was born In 1576 twelve years years later than thanShakespeare tbanSbakespeare thanShakespeare
Shakespeare and If he was the author authorof authoror authorof
of the works attributed to the latter attar he hecould hecould hecould
could not have been older than fourteen fourteenor
or fifteen Ute ft when wb n he produced Loves LovesLabor LovesLabor LovesLabor
Labor Lost which Is quite incredibleProf incredible incredibleProf IncredibleProf
Prof Dowden repudiates Dr Bleibtreus Bleibtreusdescription Blelbtreusdeacription Blelbtreutsdescription
description of Shakespeare as a low lowcomedian to tocomedian holecomedian
comedian who got drunk and says it U iswholly Uwholly I IVoholb
wholly unjustifiable unjustifiableProf unJustl unjustifiableProf able ablePro
Prof Pro Herford another Shakespearean Shakespeareanauthority Shakespeareanuthorlty Shakespeareanauthority
authority regards the theory as likely likelyto likelyto likelyto
to prove to be greater rubbish than the theBaconian theBaconian theBaconian
Baconian one Dr Abbott describes it itas Itas itas
as absurd and Dr Gollancz says It is isrubbish 15rubbish isrubbish
rubbish rubbishREGARDS rubbishREGARDS rubbishREGARDS
REGARDS REGARDSBritain CUBA AS PART OFDS OFDSBritain OF US USBritain
Britain and Germany look to Wash Washington Washington Washington
ington for Directions DirectionsEither DirectionsEither DirectionsEither
Either Xntlon XutlonWHI Wlll Leave Diplomatic DiplomaticPost DlpJomatlcroat DiplomaticPost
Post Open Considering l Island land nn nnAmerican nnAmerIcan anAmerican
American Dependency NowCulRt Now NowCuba XowC
Cuba C 1x will m be regarded by European na nations noHons nations
tions as a dependency of o tho United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States until the period of Intervention Interventionends Intenentiontnds interventionends
ends This has become selfevident self vIdent to tooflclals tlofficials toofficials
officials of the State Department al although although although ¬
though no formal notice to that effect effectlias crtect1ms erecthas
has been received The position of Cuba Cubawill Cubawill Cubawill
will be the same as that of Korea which whichis whichIs whichis
is under domination of Japan JapanTho Jap JapanThe n nThe
The British Brit h government appointed appointedGrant appointedGrant appointedGrant
Grant Duff minister to Cuba He will willhot willnot willhot
hot assume his office and the legation at atHavana atHavana atHavana
Havana will be controlled by the consul consulgeneral consulgeneral consulgeneral
general The German government will willleave willleae willleave
leave her affairs In the hands of the con consul consul consul ¬
sul general genom These governments hold that thatall thatall
all diplomatic dlnO 1atlc questions relating to Cuba Cubawill Cubawill Cubawill
will be decided by this nation and nego negotlations negotlatlons negotiations
tlations can be conducted by their repre representatives repre5e1tatlve5 representatives ¬
sentatives here Representations regarding regard regarding regarding ¬
ing matters in Cuba will Ill be made direct directly directly directly ¬
ly to the State Department here hereNo 11ereNo hereNo
No other European power has yet indi indicated indicated indicated ¬
cated Its Intention of recalling its minis minister minister minister
ter from Cuba The administration admlnls ratlon has hasalready haqalreadY hasalready
already requested all Cuban representstivcs representa representatives representatives ¬
tives abroad to remain at their posts dur during durInh during ¬
ing the provisional government governmentThe gocrnmcntIhe governmentThe
The State Department officials are In Indifferent ind1rterent Indifferent
different to the action of Great Britain Britainand BrItainand Britainand
and Germany German and will not notice their theirdetermination tholrdetermination theirdetermination
determination to leave the diplomatic po positions positions positions ¬
sitions vacant until Cuban control of the thogovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government Is resumed resumedTho r65UmedTho resumedThe
Tho action taken by Great Britain and andGermany andGermany andGermany
Germany Is equivalent to refusing to rec recognise recognio reeogniSo ¬
ognise the present indepondence of Cuba CubaHerald CubaI1er21hl Cuballerald
Herald Want Ads Adswill Atlftwill Adswill
will be received at McNuilys Cigar Store Storelith Storlith Store14th
lith and P sts nw
35 Axminster rugs 2249 2249Just 2249Just 2249Just
Just fifty to sell at this price They are the best grade Axminster Rugs Rugsas
as made by Smith Bigelow or Sanford Hartford Not more than two tworugs rivo rivorugs tworugs
rugs of a kind in this lot lotRich lotRich lotRich
Rich colorings in light and dark effects in Oriental Orientalanal1over and altover designs designsYoull designsYoull designsYoull
Youll look a long time before you find rugs so sogood good at 2249 2249Third 2249Third z2 49 49Third
Third floor floorS S Kann Sons Co
RHODES PLAN GROWS GROWSColonial GROWSColonial
Colonial and American Stu Students Students Students ¬
dents Good Showing ShowingWIN Sh01Vil1gwm ShowingWIN
WIN MANY OF THE HONORS HONOESXCTT HONORSNew
New Element nt Oxford Mingles with withthe withtIle withthe
the Old nn and l Keen Rivalry RITalr Is IsShonn IsShown IsShown
Shown in Scholarship and In Ath AthJetlc AthleticsReports
letlctt leticsReports Reports on the Scheme Are AreNow Arcton j jAOTV
Now Ready for the Public PublicLondon PublicLondon PublicLondon
London Nov No 24 24Reports Reports on the operation oper operation operation ¬
ation of the Rhodes scholarship scheme schemewhich schomewhidi schemewhich
which it is Intended to issue annually annuallyliereafter annuallyherearter annuallyhereafter
hereafter are now available aVIlI1 bl6 There are areat areat areat
at nfipsent sent ent Ifl Rhodes scholars at Oxford Oxfordof Oxfordo Oxfordof
of o whom whom om seventyone are from the British Britishcolonls Brlllhoolon105 Britishcolonies
colonies seventynine from the United UnitedSlates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and eleven from Germany GermanyOn GennanyOn GermanyOn
On the whole hole so far as they have been beentested beentested beentested
tested they the have achieved a very high highdegree highdesee highdegree
degree of academical success Rose of ofQuebec ofQuebec ofQuebec
Quebec and Behan of Melbourne are areamong areamong areamong
among the most distinguished of the thescholars tbescholars thescholars
scholars Behan won nearly 1000 1000worth ItIOOworth 1000worth
worth of scholarships in the past year yearTho yearThe eRr eRrTho
Tho report shows that a great majority majorityof
of the academic distinctions have been beenachieved beenachieved beenachieved
achieved by y the colonial students who In Inthis Inthis inthis
this respect leave the Americans no noticeably notlceablj noticeably ¬
ticeably behind It Is suggested that this thisis tbIsis thisis
is because the prospect of coming to Ox Oxford Oxford Oxford ¬
ford to study appeals less to Americans Americansand Americansand Americansand
and consequently consequent the competition Is less lesskeen JeS5keen lesskeen
keen keenFrom keenFrom keenFrom
From an athletic viewpoint Ie1 > OInt however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the Americans mere than hold their own ownSutton ownSutton ownSutton
Sutton Young Schutt and Stevens have haveall baveaU haveall
all won prominent events In the various varioussports varioussports varioussports
sports The Th colonial students have not nottaken nottaken nottaken
taken a prominent part In the sports except ex except except ¬
cept the South Africans who have won wonderfully wonderCuUy wonderfully ¬
derfully strengthened the university foot football football football ¬
ball team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The doubts which were originally original en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained as to how the new element elementwould clenentwould elementwould
would mingle with the old one have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been qulto dissipated The Rhodes Rhodesscholars Rhodesscholars Rhodesscholars
scholars in some colleges tend to keep keeptogether keeptogether keeptogether
together especially the Americans but butthis butthis butthis
this Is not noticeable any more than in inthe Inthe inthe
the case of ot lads going to the university universityfrom universityfrom universityfrom
from Eton and Harrow In a groat ma majority majorlty majority ¬
jority of cases the Rhodes scholars have havebeen haveboen haveboon
been completely absorbed In n the th ordinary ordinarybody ordinarybody ordinarybody
body of undergraduates undergraduatesDr undergra < luates luatesDr
Dr Dyivr Purchases Purcha cs Property PropertyDr IrovertDr
Dr Harrison G Dyar has purchased purchasedthe purchasedthe
the ground on the north side of P street streetnear streetnear streetnear
near Twentyfirst street northwest which whichjoins whichjoIns whichjoins
joins his property pro crty on Twentyflrst street streetA streetJart streetA
A part of it will be used as an addition additionto
to Dr Dyars garden leaving a a building buildinglot buildinglot buildinglot
lot to be Improved Im roed at some future time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The property has a a frontage of 120 feet feeton teeton feeton
on P street by 110 feet deep containing
13200 13 square feet The price was was13G 136 a asquare aaqalnre asgt
sgt square nre foot The sale was is effected effectedthrough ctectcdthroush effectedthrough
through Early d < Lampton
II IIThe
The doll o we sell at atIs A Ais
is in size be form features features featur s and allaround ex excelieace excelleace excellence
celieace superior to any an doll offered in this city cityor cityor cityor 1 00
or elsewhere south of New York at the same price priceASK priceASK priceASK
ASK FOR MISS VIOLASi VIOLA M inches tall Rolling Rollingball Rollingbail 6J
ball joints thruout and choice of center part side sidepart sidepart IT ITpart
part or bang styles of hair either light or dark darkOURTOYLAND darkOUR darkOUR
OURTOYLAND OUR TOYLAND IS A WONDER
NEWSBOYS GREETINGS GREETINGSThe
The Rnlln Ruling r in the Case of Mr Senrle Senrleaa
aa Viewed by a Lawyer LawyerIt LnWcrIt
It is unfortunate when the wheels of ofjustice otjustice ofjustice
justice seem to slip a cog This appears appearsto appearsto appearsto
to be the ease < ase with Mr James Searle Se rle a aprinter n nprinter aprinter
printer of JW > > t F street who who was tried in inthe IntJM inthe
the Juvenile Court on Thursday A boy boywas bojW1l8 boywas
was recently arrested and tried In this thiscourt tblscourt thiscourt
court for begging and when arrested he hewas hewas hewas
was using lstn a Thanksgiving greeting greetingcard greeting greetingc greetingcard
card c rd such as newsboys use at Thanksgiv Thanksgiving ThanksglIng Thanksglyleg ¬
ing and Christmas In soliciting gratuities gratuitiesThis gratuitiesTbls gratuitiesThis
This card had on it a line showing where wherethe wheretlte wherethe
the card arts printed An officer there thereupon therenpon thereupon ¬
upon we to Mr Searles shop Induced Inducedsome inducedaome inducedsome
some bo boj J t to precede him and purchase purchasecards purchasecards purchasecards
cards sb s that he would have evidence of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such sale and then arrest Mr Searle He Hewas HeVaS Hewas
was VaS tried and found guilty of encouraging encouragingboys encoura encouragingboys ng ngboys
boys to beg by selling these cards sen sentence sentence sentence ¬
tence being suspended The penalty Is a a2W n nfine aG
2W G fine or three months Imprisonment Imprisonmentor
or both bothIt bothU bothIt
It may be seriously Questioned said a awellknown a awellknown awellknown
wellknown lawyer yesterday esterda whether whetherMr whet whetherMr he heIr
Mr Ir Searle was guilty under the law of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the offense charged but aside from that thatIt thatIt thatit
It appears that a very respectable citizen citizenhas ciUzenbas citizenhas
has been placed in a very ery false position positionwhich positionwhic11 positionwhich
which the exercise of a little discretion discretionon
on the part > f the official responsible for forthe fortbe forthe
the prosecution could have avoided Mr MrSearle MrSearle MrSearle
Searle has resided in the District Districf for formany formany formany
many years ears is a man of high standing standingwith standingwith standingwith
with a large circle of friends and an es established esi8bUshed established ¬
tablished business For years e rs he has sup supplied suppUed supplied ¬
plied newsboys ne sQ Ys with greeting Teting cards containing con containing containing ¬
taining a a poem requesting a contribution contributionfor
for a nominal sum m Other printers have havedone hayodone havedone
done the same thing thingHad thingHad thingHad
Had the authorities suggested to Mr MrSearle MrSearle 11 11Searle
Searle that the sale of these cards em embarrassed embarrassed embarrassed ¬
barrassed them in keeping order among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the youth of the city doubtless he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been glad to aid the administration administrationof
of justice and order by withdrawing the thecards thecards thecards
cards from sale It may be admitted ad nltted that thatputting thatputting thatputting
putting such cards In the hands of any anyboy an anboy anyboy
boy who can buy them Is bad practice practicebut practicebut practicebut
but It is difficult to see see that In this case casesuch casesucb casesuch
such drastic measures of stopping it were werejustified werejustified werejustified
justified The fact that Mr Searles business busi business bslness ¬
ness address appeared on the card showed showedhis showedhis showedhis
his intention Under this ruling rulln if any anyprinter anyprinter anyprinter
printer or firm saw fit to supply newsboys newsboyswith newsboyswith newsboyswith
with greeting cards and one of the boys boysused boysu boysused
used u ed these cards as a means of begging beggingthe beggingthe beggingthe
the printer prlnt r or firm would be guilty guilt of Mr MrSearles MrSeftrles MrScenes
Scenes offense offensePHOBES offensePROBES offensePROBES
PROBES YELLOW DOG BITEColorado BITE BITEColorndo BITEColorndo
Colorndo Fuel and Iron Co Said to toHave tolInc toHave
Have Used Funds to Get Favors FavorsThe FaorZJThe FavorsThe
The Investigations now in progress by bythe bytho bythe
the Interior Department have reached the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado Fuel and Iron Company CompanyCharges CompanyCharges CompanyCharges
Charges that this great corporation has liasmaintained llnsmlLlntamed hasnaintained
maintained for years a yellow cUOW dogfund dog dogfund dogfund
fund similar to that conducted by < thebig thebig the thebig
big insurance companies have been filed filedwith filedwllh filedwith
with Secretary Hitchcock HitchcockThe HitchcockThe HitchcockThe
The fund is alleged to be under the thecontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of a former official of the In Interior Interior Interior ¬
terior Department and it Is charged that thatcertain thatcertain thatcertain
certain officials have been generously be befriended befriended befriended ¬
friended coincidentally with Uh valuable fa favors favors favors ¬
vors being granted to the fuel company
TIMIDITY IS A CRIME GRIMESo
So Decides a London Justice Justiceand Jllsticeand Justiceand
and Alienists Agree AoreeTWO AgreeTWO
5 5TWO
TWO SLAIN BY RANDOM SHOTS SHOTSPrisoner SHOTSPrisoner SHOTSPrl
Prl Prisoner oner in Paroxysm of Fear Flres Flresand FJresf FJresfand Firerand
and Unoffending Persons Standing Standingat
at a Distance Are Killed Killed IIUedGrlU1Inologlllts KilledCriminologists Crlni CrlniInologlsts
Inologlsts Discuss Case Ca e and Say SayVictim SaTVfCtlU1 SayVictim
Victim of Fear Should Be Confined ConfinedLondon ConfinedLondon ConfinedLondon
London Nov 34Is 3L Is timidity a a crime crimeJustice crimeJu crimeJustice
Justice Ju Uce Grantham so decided this weelc weelcin weelCn weeltin
in n sentencing a a man who committed man manslaughter manIaushter manslaughter ¬
slaughter under 8 a paroxysm of 0 fear The Thoprisoner ThtJprisoner Theprisoner
prisoner was so alarmed at threats of offviolence ofolence ofviolence
violence olence from lodgers who refused his hisdemands hisdemands hisdemands
demands for rent that he fired at random randomfrom randomfrom randomfrom
from a pistol which it seems he always alwayscarried alwayscarried alwayscarried
carried In fear of o unknown terrors t rs Two Twounoffending Twourctrendlng Twouneffending
unoffending persons who were standing at ata atn ata
a n distance were killed The Tba judge admit admitting admitting admitting ¬
ting that there was no criminal Intent Intentsentenced intentsentenced intentsentenced
sentenced the man to serve sene a year at athard athard athard
hard labor saying he had no right to togive tog10 togive
give way to timidity and that there were Tverotoo werotoo weretoo
too many deaths from the crime of oCtimidity oftlmldlt oftimidity
timidity timiditySociologists tlmldlt tlmldltSociologists timiditySociologists
Sociologists and ethologists have been beendiscussing beendiscussing beendiscussing
discussing the aptness of o the judges jud s designation des designation d s signatlon ¬
ignation Dr Forbes Winslow the well wellknown we1lknawn wellknown
known specialist specf Ust on mental diseases says saysho saysho sayshe
ho is convinced that the judge j e is rightTimidity right rightTimidity rightTimidity
Timidity ought to be treated as a crime crimeIt crImen crimeIt
It is never characteristic of insane peo people people pea peaplc ¬
ple who are invariably courageous and andcannot andcmnot andcannot
cannot be appealed to by fear of cease consequences oonseouonces ceaseeuences ¬
quences when they Ute ara determined on ondesperate 2 2desprrate a adesperate
desperate act Timidity he says cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be regarded as 8 a disease diseaseThomas dlHftseThomas diseaseThomas
Thomas Holmes an expert eXpert criminolo criminologist criminologist criminologist
gist says timidity leads to crime mucli muclimore muellmore mucttmore
more frequently than is generally recognized recog recognized re < OJ OJulzed ¬
nized There is a large larg class of neurotic neuroticpersons neuroticpersons neuroticpersons
persons haunted by fear of some im impending impendlng impending ¬
pending evil to such an extent that theybecome they theybecome theybecome
become entirely irresponsible for their ac actions actions acLions ¬
tions and are liable to commit deeds of ofviolence orIolence ofviolence
violence usually against themselves themselvesNevertheless tl1emselvesNevertheless themselvesNevertheless
Nevertheless he believes beUev that such per persons person persons ¬
sons son certainly certain I should not be sent to toprison toprison toprison
prison They ought to be confined in a ahome ahome ahome
home for the unfit He is certain that thatJustice thatJusUce thatJustice
Justice Granthams convict wHl leave leaveprison leaveprison leaveprison
prison much more of a menace to the thesafety thesafety thesafety
safety of the public ubllc than he is now in inasmuch Inasmuch inasmuch ¬
asmuch as the ruthless monotony of the theprison theprison theprison
prison will be sure to make his condition conditionmentally conditionmentally conditionmentally
mentally worse worseSecretary worseSecretary worseSecretary
Secretary Brady of the Ethological EthologicalSociety EthologiesSociety EtboJoicalSocIety
Society considers timidity the natural re result result result ¬
sult of mental incapacity which is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably hereditary herodltar but much more of a dis disease dlseas disease ¬
ease eas > than a crime Timidity besides be begetting begcttlng begetting ¬
getting innumerable tragedies often leads leadsto lead8to leadsto
to drunkenness
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