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OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF T TH HE WASHINGTON W SHINGTON H L p L7 Arerags Clrcolatta Ealel Da Daily DailyClrcolatta aWJ Waji WajiEalel 8 8NO 26978 J JNO
Another AllotlH r Primary Pr 1nary Election ElectionCalled ElectionC E1etioiiCalled
Called C alle 1 in inOue One County CountySENATOR OOllntySENATOR CountySE1ATO11
But One Question QiicstionWill Will rill Be Placed PlacedOn PlacedOn PlacedOn
On the Ballot BallotDemocratic BallotDemocrlltlc BallotIJemocratic
Democratic I cadcrs < Being Appealed Appealedio
io o and Fully Five Hundred Have HavePersonal IInePerHonal lIniePernonal
Personal Interviews JnterI us with ltb Bailer BailerAttorney DallcyAttorne HaneyAttorney
Attorney Attorne General Davidson Say Saylie SnylIe Sayzi Sayzilie
lie Has Xo Further Statement to toMake toMnkc lo3lflke
Make In WatersPierce Controversy ControversyDallas ControersyDallas CoutroverNyDdls1
Dallas Tex Dec 1 iSenator Senator Bailey Baileyleft Baileyleft BaileYleft
left Dallas DaI tonight for his home in inGainesville InGaJme inGIiiesvflle
Gainesville after having been in consul consultation con C0fl801tatloq l ltatioa ¬
tation with political supporters from all allparts allpartB 11 11parts
parts of the State for two days During Duringthat Duringthat Duringthat
that time he met not fewer than 0 Dem Democrats Democrats Densocrat ¬
ocrats ocrat of Influence Ift aenee in the party and talk talked talked talke1 ¬
ed over 1tC the longdistance IoIIgdI taDCe telephone with withprobably withprobably withprobaBly
probably as many more moreWhe moreVhea moreWbea
Whe Vhea he left Dallas tonight Senator SenatorBaHey SenatorBa SenatorBaey I
BaHey said saidI
I am entirely satisfied with the situa situation sitUAtion sItU sItUtioti ¬
tion so far as the question of my return returnto returnto returnto i
to the Senate te involved Of the 11 mem members members members ¬
bers of the legislature I feel sure Otf ot re receiving reo reocehiD receMeg ¬
ceiving cehiD the vote of at least 15 ISO when wheft the theelection theeleGtJoR theeleetise
election for United States Senator takes takesplace takesplace talceaplace
place In January and when the final day dayarrives dAYarrtYee clayIt
arrives arrivesIt arrtYee4Jt
It It need surprise surprl sue e no one if the vote voteshall votehafl ootebaQ
shall baQ he unanimous unanimous8ayn IJ1IaJ uftealmoneSztys IIIOUS IIIOUSSnYH
8ayn Wave ne I IH lcT4u Receding RecedingThe RecelUngTbe
The T4u leaders lOlt of the movement against againstme againstI1I8 againstme
me hay hao wdone done their worst and from this thistime thistime thistime
time on their influence will ill waver with withthose withtbo withthoge
those few members of the legislature legislaturewho leglalaturewho legislaturewhoP
who who from lack of knowledge know e of the real realfacts realfacts realfeels
facts have been temporarily misled but butwho butwho butwho
who are now beginning be to learn the real realstatus realstatus rIstatus
status of all my dealings with H Clay ClayPierce ChLyPierce CloyPiereo
Pierce Pierce which Welt have been purely purel personal personaland perwona1AM peroonaland
and in no wise Identified with oil l company companyinterest companyJnterc companyJnteroe4s
interest Jnterc JntercTIM Jnteroe4sThe interestThe
The opponents Oppo of Senator Bailey de despite de desptte despite ¬
spite his confidence In his success succe8i de declare de declan doclare ¬
clare they will till yet defeat him for re reelection re reelectJoa reelectjou ¬
election The leaders of the opposition oppositionclaim oppottltleaclabn oppoattleaclaim
claim that seventytwo members of the thelegislature the1eg1l1atvn thelegIsIatut
legislature have made ft known that they theywill theywill theywilt
will not vote for Baileys reelection reeiectkmThfe reelectionThia reelectionTh
Thfe Th te enough to defeat him himDavlilson himDnddHon himDavfdsuii
Davlilson IN J Satisfied SatisfiedAttorney Satb SatisfiedAttorney eI eIAti
Attorney Ati General R V YJavtdlton Davidson said saidtoday saidtotla7 saMtodty
today that he bad no further reply to tomake toto toniai
make niai ti to Mr r Bailey Ba Bailey had called calledfor eaUedfOltbe calledfor
for fOltbe the proof of the charges which he had hadmade hadma4e hadmade
made against DSt him l m and he had responded respondedto re ponde pondeto
to that demand by funrighiiig 1UrJIt I it he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said saidkassv saidkeeU kassv keeU kasseeUuga meetings are being called caJledBaJ1et and andjptl audt4Baie
jptl t4Baie Baiter iiUtWns tfttiiMn circulated for signa signatures igo glf glft ¬
tures t UrM ur One On oountr ooua Comanche has re repudiated 18 18pU4llat o opudstcd ¬
pudiated Ita iMftr primary election electionindorsement ItoetJenIndonement iiietlotiIndoriement
indorsement so far as the county Demo Democratic Democrat Democratic ¬
cratic crat committee could do It It and ordered ordereda
a now primary election for December Deeeatberwith Decemberwith 21 21with
with the ballots to read readFor readFor reedFor
For Bafley BafleyAgainst B JeYA Be1IeAgaIsst
Against A Bailey BaileySenator BaileySeaator BaileySenator
Senator Bailey said Id tonight ton he will go goright goright o orl
right rl t into the Comanche County cam campaign C8mp campaiga ¬
paign on the stump and ehaHonge e Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General Davidson Davi on Hon X M Crane Craneor Crane Craneor Craneor
or any S other leader Je der of the opposition oppo to teJettatd toJelMte toje
Jettatd je before the people with him himGET 141mGET himGET
XclRhuors Are Surprised to Find Him Himu 111mII
u II Married Man ManSayvilie JlanS NanSeyville
Sayvilie S lIIe L L I Dec S tOwlng Owing to scores scoresof scoreof scoresof
of women in Sayvilie and Bayport L L Lhaving Lhavin Lhaving
having havin been insulted ln while on evening eveningwalks eveningWflks eveningwbtI
walks Wflks wbtI ha by a Jack the Hugger H r a scheme schemewas schemewas schemewas
was planned by Deputy Fred Deitz for the thehuggers thea thehuggers
huggers a er1I capture captureDettx captureDeltx captureDelts
Dettx went walking waUdn Sitwriay night with withMrs withrs withMrs
Mrs rs OlIver La Cluae and Miss Maude MaudeBaldwin MaudeBaIdwi ude udeBaldwm
Baldwin of Bayport They came upon a aman aman aman
man standing ataBdl in the shadow of a hedge hedgewhen hed hedwheR hedgewhen
when Mrs La Clime recognized the man manwho manwho manwho
who bad ba hugged herself and sister the thenight thenl thenight
night nl ht before beforeDeitK beforeDeItz beforeDelta
Delta arrested the man and brought him himbefore himbefore himbefore
before Justice White at Sayvilie where whereMrs whereMrs whereMrs
Mrs La clone Ch e and other women swore sworethe sworethe sworethe
the prisoner had hugged hugt d them The pris prisoner prisoner prisoner ¬
oner was placed under bonds for trial trialTuesday tda1Tue8daJ trialTueudej
Tuesday evening eveaift before Justice White of ofSayvJWe ofSaltlle ofSayviiIe
SayvJWe SayvJWeHe SaltlleHe SayviiIeHe
He gave the name of John B B Fluke Flukewho Flukewno Flukeis
who Is assistant tant superintendent on F G GBownes Gaones GBoanes
Bownes Indian Neck N 1t estate e at Oakdale OakdaleFluke 0akdaJel OkdaieFluke
Fluke l te married and has two children childrenCommodore childrenConua childrenCommo4ore
Commodore ilere Bourne was much surprised surprisedover surprisedover < l lover
over the arrest arre t of hte hi employe and the thecharge tbechlU thecharge
charge chlU against him himSTAY 141 141STAY himSTAY
Russians ltussi ns Refuse to Attend Ceremony Ceremonyof
of Feast of St George GeorgeSt GeorleSt GeorgeSt
St St Petersburg Dec 1 IThe LTh The feast tea t of r St StGeorge StG stGeorge
George G 0r5e the Conqueror was celebrated to today today today ¬
day here and at the TsarskoeSelo Toerekoo by byceremonies bycerelftOftlelj byceremonies
ceremonies intended to demonstrate te the thestrength thestretl8th thestreuth
strength of the autocracy autocracyThe autocracyTbe autocracyThe
The mlllthi riding school here was given givento givento givento
to the league of Russian people for the theservice theervtce theservice
service of blessing eming ing their banners by byFather byFather iyFather
Father John of Cronetadt tadt and other lead leaders leaders lea1era ¬
ers of clerical absolutism The audience audienceof
of MOS was composed largely of plain plainclothes plalnclotbN p1ainclothes
clothes police policeAt policeAt po1IceAt
At a reception at TsarskoeSelo Tsarskoe Io of offi officers emocr ¬
cers 00 ocr possessing po ilaS the Order of ofSt St George Georgethe Georrethe Georgethe
the Czar wore the uniform of colonel colo l of oflite oflat ofhis
his lat regiment re ment of Manchurian Rifles RiflesSING RUlesSING RiflesSING
Reaches West Ve t Bank of Hudson IhuI on Over Overthe Oertbe Overthe
the Ice and Boards Freight FreightOseteiftS FrehlatO FreightOtii
O Otii OseteiftS N Y Dec i Ilaklng Making his hisway hisway hisway
way It ttl8 te believed across the floating Otlng ice iceIn IceIn IceIn
In the Bfcdson 8011 River Frank Schlehnann Schlehnanna hlel nano nanoa
a New Ne York k convict conv1et escaped from Sing SingSing SingSing SingSing
Sing prison prl OII tonight and J Is presumed fe umed to tohave tohava tohare
have succeeded In reaching the th west bank bankof bftnkof bankof
of the river boarded a freight train and andescaped andescaped andescaped
escaped escapedA
A general ge eral alarm has been he sent t out for forhis forhis forV
V his apprehension He Halt8d had one year ear left leftto leftto leftto
to srva rvo out of a threeyear term imposed imposedfor Impoedfor 1mposeifor
for counterfeiting counterfeitingTwo cOttllterfeitingTwo
Two Hurt in Collision CollisionUtlca ColllllionUtlo CollisionUtica
Utica N Y Dec IIn In a collision be between between between ¬
tween a passenger and a freight car on onthe onthe onthe
the Ontario and Mohawk Valley alley trolley trolleyroad troJJeyroad trolleyroad
road at Schuyler Lake Lak AtoniSht tonight Motor Motorman Motormalt Motorman
man William Groat of Ofe ute passenger PAS car carand carand carand
and Conductor Thomas Mills Mills of the thefreight tefreight I IfreIght
freight were fatally fataU injured injuredStenographers InjuredStenogrnpllcrll InjuredStenograph
Stenographers Stenograph cr14 Civil Service Exam Examination Exnntination Examinauon ¬
ination Jan 28 2 The Drillery 1100 Il N Y Yave Yave Yave
ave will tell you all about it it
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaIland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaUn VirginiaUns VirginiaUnsettled Un Unsettled ¬
settled s ttIcd weather with occasional occasionallight occasionallight occasionallight
light rain today tocia and possibly to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow light variable winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1 IBailey Bailey Confident Confldentof of Reelection ReelectionIStage Reelection1Stage
1 IStage Stage Collapses While Banker Schiff SehlttIs SchiffIs SchiffIs
Is Speaking SpeakingITheodore Speaking1Theodore
1 ITheodore Theodore jr Initiated at Harvard HarvardITeemsters Harvard1Teamsters
1 ITeemsters Teamsters Bankrupt Union in Chicago Chicago3Slxday ChlC1O3Slxda ChIcago3SIxtlg
3Slxday 3Slxda Bicycle Race Begins Beginsukos Begins5Dukes
5 5Dukes Dukes ukos Diary Is Made Public PublicLOCAL PublicLOQAI PublicLOOM
1 BxSeneior Brown In Dangerous Dug Con Condition Condition Condillon ¬
dition ditionIPresident dillon1President
1 IPresident President Replies to StorePs StrirsCt StrirsCtB Stsr s Chars CharsS Crgee CrgeeB
S B B HI Moody Drops Dead D d in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York2Commeree York2Commerce
2 Commerce 2Commeree Commission n Goes After AfterRailroads AllerRAilroAds AfterRailroads
Railroads Railroads2Cortelyou RAilroAds2CortelOu Railroads2Cortelyou
2Cortelyou Suggests Postal Bank BankJ BaDkJLoopo1 Bank3Leopolds
J JLoopo1 Leopolds ls Congo Policy Scored ScoredCommllileloner Scored7Commissioner
7 Commissioner Garfield Would Probe ProbeCanals ProbeCanals ProbeCanals
Canals CanalsCORNELL CanalsCORNELL CanalsCOELL
Enormous Crowd Joins Toha Sage Chapel Chapelat Clan pel pelnt
at Memorial Service ServiceIthaca SerleeItbaca ServiceIthaca
Ithaca Itbaca Dec 9 90ne One of the largest largestcrowds Jargestcrowds largestcrowds
crowds that ever attended a religions religionsservice rellt101l8senl religionsservice
service senl e at Cornell gathered in Sage Chapel Chapelthis Chapelthis Chapelthis
this afternoon on to hold a memorial service erYleefor servicefor
for the four undergraduates who lost losttheir losttheIr losttheir
their lives in the nre Are at the Chi rill f ft ftternity ra raternity raternlty
ternity lodge JodgeDean ledgeDean
Dean Crane Crane members of the board of oftrustees ortrulees oftrustees
trustees and many professors rs were pres present present pee peeeat ¬
ent The members of the senior chuM all allwore allwore allwore
wore badges of mourning in accordance accordancewith ccordaneewith accordancewith
with a resolution re passed at yesterdays yesterdaysmeeting yeaterdaJJmoetln yesterdaYsmeeting
meeting moetln calling for such tokens of sor sorrow sorrow sorrow ¬
row to be worn for two weeks weeksThe weekTlte weeksThe
The Sage Chapel choir led the audience audiencein
in singing sin n under the direction of HeWs HollteE HollisE HeWsE
E Dean Dea professor or of music at the th themy seed academy seedelny ¬
emy R R E E Curry and Mrs Chamot sang sangthe sangthe n nUte
the solos Genuine sorrow rro and sympathy sympathyfor ympath7fc sympathyfor
for fc > r the relatives of the dead characterised characteriaedtJ characterluedtJfd
tJ tJfd I service Rev James F Brodie the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university preacher delivered the addr addrHUSH addrRUSH address addressRUSE
Officials fUcinIK at Marc Island Surprised SurprI etl at atOrder atOrder atOrder
Order llejrurillnjr 1te nrIUnJ the Milwaukee MilwaukeeSan JUhnllkccSan MilwaukeeSan
San Francisco Dee 9 Officiate at the theMare theMAre theMare
Mare Island Navy Yawl were surprised surprisedyesterday aurptlM6terday surprisedyesterday
yesterday to receive orders to place the thenew tbenew thenew
new protected cruiser Milwaukee in com commission COMmission cornmission ¬
mission at once onceAlthough oneeAlthough onceAlthough
Although her b r battery kiter has Ita not yet t been beenput Meni beenput
i put aboard and almost alt of this work workremains workI workremains
remains r mains to be done on the cruiser she shewill shewill shewill
I will be placed in commission tomorrow tomorrowSHEATRIALBANKRDPTS tomorroSHEA tomorrowSIIBA
Teamsters Have Sperit Spe t 60000 and andMuch and1ruch andMuch
Much More Is Needed NeededFct1cralon NeededFederaIon Needed NeededFederation
Federation FederaIon Refuses Rfus to I Levy evy Assess ASSCSNWGnfnnil AJIICuJJ AssessIrentnnl
WGnfnnil JJ Car Qn MaSKj lV U Not ot Jionn JionnFunds ionnPumIH liozanFunils
Funds In the Treasury TreasuryChicago Trcnur TrcnurI TreasuryChicago
I Chicago Dee 9 9W1th With the tileraIMd tftM 1OOjad tftMffetnd
ffetnd raised by Chicago labor unions unl to todefend todete todefend
defend d the leaders of the teamsters or organisation orpnlsatlon organisotlon ¬
ganisation from conspiracy charges e eIi ex exhausted exhauted exboasted ¬
boasted President Fitapatriek of C the theChicago theCHIOItgo theChicago
Chicago Federation of Labcte has named nameda JllRedcommittee
a committee to secure S1ON 16666 11 more and andeven aadeYen andeven
even this It is admitted may ma not be beenough beenough beenough
enough to conclude the case caseThe eThe caseThe
The treasury is completely exhausted exhaustedand exhaustedJtd exhaustedand
and an attempt attemptwas was made some e time timeago timeto timeagu
ago to borrow IDIOM 1IO from the street streetcar streetear streetcar ¬
car mens union a proposition which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the latter organisation promptly re refused re refUMd refused ¬
fused fUMdThe j jThe I IThe
The federation fe eraUon loWlly lobaUT has been beenasked beenasked beenasked
asked to levy eTY a compulsory assessment assessmentupon aae8 assessmentupon llleat llleatupon
upon its members membe but declined on the theground thegroulKl theground
ground that as a last resort reeort the In International Internat Internationsi ¬
ternational ternat ona Brotherhood of Teamsters Teamstersshould Teamaterashould Teamstersshould
should bear the expense of the trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The teamsters have had from ten to tofifteen totUten tofifteen
fifteen attorneys engaged en on the case casefor caBefor casefor
for months In the selection of the thejury theJury theJury
jury too such precautions were taken takenthat takenthat takenthat
that more than C9M CS 500 veniremen were wereexamined Wfreexamined wereexamined
examined before the panel was filled filledThere tinedTbere filledThere
There are several hundred hu red witnesses witnessesto
to be examined for the prosecution pro eeuUon and anddefense anddefenee anddefense
defense and in the event of a convic conviction conv1eHon convietion ¬
tion the case will be appealed to the thehighest thehi thehighest
highest hi best courts and perhaps even car carried carried carrind ¬
ried before the Federal tribunals tribunalsThe tribunalsThe tribunalsThe
The prosecution is said to be ready readythis readythis
this week to get a number number of business businessmen bwllneamen businessmen
1 men to testify t tJfy against the union unionPURE unionPURE unionPURE
Mater Will Ill Advance Price If Milk MilkStandard MilkStandard ll1k ll1kStnJlllnrll
Standard Is Raised RaisedLouisville Rnl liaisedLouisville = ell ellLoul
Louisville Loul vJlle D Dt 9 ttfnltWJ 9ifni ifnless the United UnitedStates United5ttes UnitedStates
States Commission on Purity of Food re reduces reJuces relces ¬
duces the standard of ice cream from 14 14per 14per 14per
per cent of butter fats to 8 per cent cen and andallows andall andallows
allows all 8 the use of eggs eg wholesome wbole8olDetab1e vege vegetable vegetable ¬
table gum or natural flavoring avor ingredi ingredients ill5lecIteIIts ingrediants ¬
ants the price of this dainty probably probablywill probablyv1l1 probablywill
will be advanced advancedThe a advancedThe VRnced VRncedThe
The commission show no disposition dlspo to togrant togrant togrant
grant concessions and the National As Association Association Assoclatlon ¬
sociation of Ice Cream Dealers declare declarethat deelarethat declarethat
that the present article Is far more pal palatable palatable psiatable ¬
atable than the ice cream manufactured manufacturedaccording manufacturedaccording manufacturedaccording
according to governmental regulations regulationsHENNIG regulationsHENNIG regulationsHENNIG
Man Shot by 11 Former Business nuHiue f Asso Associate AHHOelate Assoelate ¬
elate Says Wound ollull Is Trivial TrivialNew Trhlalrew TrivialNew
New York Dec 9 ftThomas Thomas OConnor OConnorthe OConnorthe OConnorthe
the bucketshop man who on Friday shot shotWilliam sbotWnnam shotWilliam
William R R Hennlg in front of 37 Broad Broadway Broadway Broodway ¬
way was AS finally admitted to bail this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning by Magistrate Ma l8trate Barlow in the theTombs theTombs theTombs
Tombs Police Court The Th bond was wasl mad madl
1000 1 l and was furnished by William Ne1 Nelson Ne1SOft Ne1soil ¬
son of 37 Seventh avenue avenueHenntg avenueHennt avenueHennig
Henntg Hennt wrote a letter to Magistrate MagistrateBarlow lrAgi MagistrateBarlow trate trateBarlow
Barlow in which he said that his injuries injurieswere Injurieswere Injurieswere
were only trivial and that he did not in intend Intend n nte ¬
tend te d to prosecute OConnor OConnorPEER OConnorPEER OConnorPEER
Lord Ellenherj Confirms Engage BiiprnKeincnt BIlJaJement Engagemont
mont to Miss Sclienley SclienleyLondon Sc1acnle Sc1acnleLondon SchenleyLondon
London Dec 9 9in Ln In reply to an n inquiry inquiryLord InQvlr7Lord InquiryLord
Lord Ellenberg has ia telegraphed confirm confirming eonftrming conArmlag ¬
ing his Is reported engagement t to Miss Her Hermien Berntte Hermiens
mien miens Schenley of Plttsbnrg PlttsbnrgEngineer PJttsb PJttsbEnJllleer PlttsbrgEngineer
Engineer Fatally l ntnU Hurt HnrtMobile Hurt1fobile HurtMobile
Mobile Dec 9 9In In a rearend rearend colli collision collision coillslon ¬
sion today on the Mobile Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son and Kansas City road eight miles milesfrom ml1esfrom milesfrom
from the city Frank Steibeck an en engineer englne engineer ¬
gineer glne r was fatally hurt hurtWhen hurtYhca hurtWhen
When the Cook Doesnt DOl mt Show ho Up Upbring 11 11bring tJ1bring
bring your guest uest to the Portland Cafe CafeThomas CafeThom CafeThoma
Thomas Thom 8 circle for dinner or lunch luncht
Platform Collapses While WhileFinancier Wll WhileFiiiaiiciei le leFinancier
Financier Is Speaking SIJealdl1gDR SpeakingDR
Disastrous Panic PnnicBarely Barely Averted AvertedIjy Avertedby vertctl vertctlby
by Their Coolness CoolnessPresiding CoolnessPreldlllJ CoolnessPresidinr
Presiding Officer Climb CUibJC Out of the tlieDeliris theDelJrlK theDebris
Debris anil Talks Calmly Culml to < o rerror Terrorstricken rerrortrlcl rerrorstrfckeii
stricken trlcl ell AuillcnqcTlmt Audience That Had Rushed Rushedon RUHlletlon
on the Stage to Shake Hamls with ivltlithe withthe dt1athe
the Russian Speaker Women WomenCaught WomenCaught omen omenOnuJlat
Caught in the Struggling Heap HeapNew lien HeapNew I INew
New York Dec 8 9An An immense Hebrew Hebrewmass Hebrewma Hebrewmesa
mass ma meeting in Durlands Riding Acad Academy Academy Acedeiny ¬
emy tonight to lrht almost ended in a panic when whenpart whenpart whenpart
part of the sneakers rlI platform collapsed collapsedcropping collsjseddropping ied iedroppl
cropping roppl Jacob H Schiff the presiding presidingofficer prcsldlnbof presidingomeer
officer of and about forty other persons in ina Ins Ina
a heap on the tanbark floor floorThe ftoorThe floorThe
The gathering was wa called for the pur purpose purpoae purpole ¬
pose of welcoming to this country Dr DrLewta DrLewin DrLewis
Lewis a Hebrew member of the late lateDouma 1ateDouwL lateDoua
Douma and a leader of his people in inRussia InR inRussia
Russia R Dr Lewin was among tho per persons persong ¬
sons 80 who went down as were also Cyrus CyrusL
L 1 Sulzberger and Congressman Gold Goldfogle Goldfogle Goldogle
fogle fogleThe fogleThe ogleThe
The hall was crowded to Its utmost utmostcapacity utmostcapaelt7 utmostcapacity
capacity mostly by Hebrews from rom the thelower theJo thelower
lower Jo r East Side Dr Lewin had finished finishedhte ftnlchedIt finishedhis
his It address ad4reea and Mr Ir Schiff was uttering utteringthe utterln utterlnthe utteringthe
the closing cloldn words orela of the meeting whun a arush arub arush
rush was 8S started toward the platformEvery platformEverybody platform platformEverybody
Everybody Every ody in the great audience appar apparently a ppiir ppiiretJy r retly ¬
ently wanted to shake hands hand with the theHebrew theHebreW theHebrew
Hebrew patriot The crowd climbed up upon upon upon
on the reporters table and stepped Stepped from fromIt fromIt fromIt
It to the platform platformTfc plattormTIJ piatformTb
Tfc rush was still > on when the crash crashcame cl1l8came cmiiicame
came The northern half of the platform platformhad pIattonRha4 platformlied
had dropped to the floor a distance dl taace of ofabout ofa ofabout
about three feet feet and nearly everybody everybodystanding enr7bodstaJMllag everybodystanding
standing on the collapsed coUa part partthrowa was wasthrown u uthrowaoff
thrown throwaoff off fC There were several 1 women in inthe Intbe Inthe
the bean Hap a number of camp p stools and anda aada
a sofa of One or two of the women womenshrieked womenlu1eked womenshrieked
shrieked but the crowd that went w down downwas dowawu downwas
was comparatively calm eaIaaThe calmThe calmThe
The great throng hi front of f t the plat platform p1stform t tform ¬
form however began to show dangerous dangeroussigns dangeroussigns sroua srouaBiens
signs of excitement exdt Those In the rear of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hall who were headed for the edt eitheard qUbeard edtheard
heard the crash and a turned They could couldnot coakInot couldnot
not see distinctly what ut had happened bappeaedto and aa aabegan
began to posh their way ay toward the front frontagain trofttapJlL trodtagain
again The police by this time had forced forcedtheir forcedtJIeIr forcedtheir
their way up to the platform and mount mountUae mountIg
Ig the reporters repor stand tancl warned the thecrowd theI theerowd
I erowd to stay staylmck hack and leave the hall hallSchitf haUI hailScliiff
I Schitf Tried to Calm Them ThemMr ThemI ThemMr
I Mr SchilT < was at the edge of the theU heap heapand heapsod
and was U quickly helped up on the part partthe partc
c the t platform that was still standing standingH staadbtCHe
H He was very cool and stepping < out to toward towar toward ¬
ward < the tbemw4 crowd aided th thf pollee policemen polleeIn polleemen ¬
men In warning the people peo to leave leavethe Jey Jeyhalt 1evrbthe
the halt Than he jumped down on onthe Oftthe ottthe
the reporters stand and helped to tostraighten tostraighten
straighten 8 ten out the tangle In the hole Mr MrLewfa MrLOwia Ir IrL
Lewfa also o tended on the edge of the theheap theheap theheap
heap heapEverybody heapEverybody
Everybody was out of the mixup within withintwo withintwo itlalatwo
two minutes and nobody was hart OUt Others OUtera 0thers ¬
ers on the platform when n it went down downwere dflDwee dqwawere
were Rev Dr Joseph J C C SHverman rabbi rabbiof IoC rabbiof
of the Temple BmanuBi KmaQv BI Rev Re Dr J L LMagnes L LMagna LMagnes
Magnes and hte hi assistant assistantDr assistantDr t tDr
Dr Lewis spoke in Yiddish He H said saidamong aid aidamonS oeMamong
among other things that his It mission JftIisIoa to tothis wtbJ tothis
this country was to stiffen the sentli sentliamong attllMBt attllMBtamong sentlzneatamong
among the Hebrews for fo political freedom freedomin
in R RIncidentally Russia RUMiaIDddentally RussiaIncIdentally
Incidentally he wanted to do all ha hacook Heoakl becould
cook to influence American bankers kers not notto JIOtto notto
to fend money to Russia eia until 11 11tn1AIIed site had hadfnlnUed badfulfilled
fulfilled her promises to improve the con condltlolla conditions 1 1dltkMW
dltkMW of the Hebrews HebrewsDr HebrewsDr HebrewsDr
Dr Lewin described the conditions condltJo 8 hi hiRussia IJIRI8IIa hiRussia
Russia while the Douma was sitting t1l The Then TheRuulaA Theitusslait
RuulaA n Hebrews ho said want no fa favors faand a aVOl0 ¬
vors and ask for none JIODe but they have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been suffering su < ertng so long Jon that they do want wantjustice wantjustJee wantjustice
justice Dr Lewin declared that Hebrew Hebrewbankers Hebrewbankens 1lebrewbankers
bankers had often got promises that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there would be an improvement and had hadtent hadknt hadlent
tent Russia money r but afterward the theHebrews theHebrewa theHebrews
Hebrews had only been b n treated more moreatrociously JIOreatrocIoU817 iporeatrociously
atrociously atrociouslyVniits atrocIoU817Vnnt atrociouslyWnnts
Vniits Hebrew to I o Organize OrganizeDr Or 0 rgaiilzcDr nlrc nlrcDr
Dr Lewin favors the union of all He Hebrews Hebrews Hebrews ¬
brews under the banner o or of y the Constitu Constitutional Constltllt1ona1 Constitutional ¬
tional Democratic party part Dr Lewin Is tealso Isalso Isalso
also a Zionist He said tonight that be belooked belooked belooked
looked forward to developments in Inter International International International ¬
national politics which would make the therestoration thetNtolation therestoration
restoration of Palestine to the Hebrews a apossibility a aJO apoadbiltlj
possibility JO He declared that the real realpurpose realpurpo realpurpose
purpose e of th the Russian government in inkeeping Inkeepb1t inkeeping
keeping the Hebrew question uppermost uppermostin t tIn
in that country was to cover up the fact factthat flctthat act actthat
that there are millions of peasants in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country starving starvingThe starvingThe starvingThe
The speaker was cheered roundly at the thebeginning thebe thebeginning
beginning be buung and closing cIoala of his address Mr MrSchiff MrSchlf MrSchiff
Schiff in his speech reflected re the senti sentiment sentiment sentituent ¬
ment which Dr Lewin had expressed e pre eed in inregard IRreprd inregard
regard to bankers lending money to Rue Russia RU8rite Rueols ¬
sia siaThe
rite The banker who will lend the Russian Russiangovernment Russiangovernment ian iangovernment
government money said Mr Scbift Scbiftwill ScbUrwill SchiffSwIll
will commit a crime against humanity humanityMr Itmnanlt ItmnanltMr
Mr Schiff disclosed the fact that spies spiesof spiesof spiesof
of the Russian government are following followingDr
Dr Lewin He said they were undoubt undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedty ¬
edly at the meeting He added addedI
I say to you agents of the Russian Russiangovernment Russiangovernment Russiangovernment
government do you wonder that the He Hebrew He Hebrew Hebrew ¬
brew in Russia becomes a revolution revolutionist revolutionlilt ¬
lilt istMr orMr or
Mr Sulzbergec Sulzbta and the Rev Rc Dr Mag Magnes Magn Nagnon
non also spoke It is estimated that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were 1500 0 persons in the academy academyENTORCE nenden nendenENFOROE academyFORCE
French Cabinet Members Send In Instructions IndruetionH InstrflCtiOflM ¬
structions Throughout Pinolnces PinolncesParis P PraxticenParis lceH lceHParI
Paris ParI Dec 9 iThe The associations law lawwill lawwll1 lawwill
will go into operation on Tuesday Tuesdn next nextPrime nextPrime nextPrime
Prime Minister Clemenceau ClcmenceauL M Bryand Bryandminister Brndmfnlstr Bryandminister
minister of education and public wor worship worlp worship ¬
ship lp and M Dessaigne minister of jus justice Justice justies ¬
tice held a lengthy conference this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and decided upon the terms termsof termsof termsof
of definite instructions in regard to the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law Which V h1eh will be sent to all the small smalltribunate smaUtrIbunals smalltribunals
trIbunals to govern their action in inmatters Inmatters Inmatters
matters pertaining to church disputes disputesM
M Clemenceau is 1 strongly sustaining
the position of M 1 Bryand In regard to tomaking tomaklnr tomaking
making the new law effective M Dos Dossaigne DesIgn Dogsaigne
saigne Ign stated tonight that energetic
instructions would bo telegraphed telegraphedMonday telegraphedMondAY telegraphedMonday
Monday to all those tbo e charged with the theenforcement thenforcement theenforcement
enforcement of the law law100OU
100000 Fire In New Vess York YorkNew YorkNew or orNew
New York Dec 3 9FIre Fire which gutted guttedthe guttedthe guttedthe
the sixstory mercantile building at at1S61S8
1S61S8 Wooster street tonight caused causeda caus causa
a loss of 100000 distributed among
twenty firms firmsj
Men front Japanese Cruiser Victim Victimof VlcthnJlof
of Sn Sudden l lcn Squall SquallTokyo Sql1nUTtJko SquallTokyo
Tokyo Dec 0 INative Native boats carrying carryingsailjrs carryingsallrs carryingsailrs
sailjrs returning from shore to the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese cruiser cruls r Chitose Sunday SUndR were cap capsized capsized capsized ¬
sized In a sudden squall It is reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that sixty sailors were drowned drownedBREAKWATER drownedBREAKWATER drownedBREAKWATER
Heavy Current l1rrcnt Cuts Away Bench at atMooreheadj ntJloorehend atMoorelend
Mooreheadj N C CMoorehead CMoorehead CMooreheod
Moorehead N C Dec 9 SCopt Capt Pough Poughof Poughof Poughof
of the lifesaving station was wa startled startledlast startledlut startledlast
last nlghtt 0 discover dl cover thntt he embank embankments embankments embankment ¬
ments ment breakwaters bre kwaters and nd Viol were set settling set settUng settllng ¬
tling The breakwater just In front of ofthe oftho ofthe
the main building ha has entirely entlr ly disappear disappeared ¬
ed There is now more than fifty feat featof feotof feetof
of water ter where before the giving way of ofthe otthe ofthe
the rocks the land was three feet Above Abovehigh abOveIIlgh abovehigh
high water The wharf in front of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building settled until it was afloat afloatSome a afloatSome Ot1t Ot1tSome
Some who have observed ob the phenome phenomenon ¬
non think the sinking is I due to the heavy heavycurrent hoovycufrent heavyeufrent
current cufrent along that part of the beach cut cutting cutUnS cutting ¬
ting a channel under the breakwater The TheboaeH Theb Thebeech
beech b it I still UU gradually sinking sinkingFLOCK sinkingFLOOK sinkingFLOCK
Burs Minister front Church and lie HeHolds lieHollIN lieHolds
Holds Services In Cemetery CemeteryLancaster CenteterrlAnca CemeteryLancaster
Lancaster lAnca ter Pa P Dec 9 IIn In spite of the theorders theorders theorders
orders of court Rev Emil Meister a aLutheran ItLuthenan aLutheran
Lutheran minister of Lancaster was to today tqday today ¬
day barred out of Mount Zion Lutheran LutheranChurch LutheranCkureh LutheranChurch
Church Bden Township as he was two twoweeks twoween twoweeks
weeks ago and he today to as then held heldservices heldIerVicM holdservices
services in the graveyard for the purely purelyLutheran purelYutherIUI purelyLutheran
Lutheran utherIUI congregation cen a bolting faction factionwhich fitcUOfthlch actionwhich
which hlch has possession n of the church build building building buildlug ¬ i
ing having affiliated with the Reformed ReformedChurch RetonnodChurch ReformedChurch
Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The court will dtetXMe of the troubles troublesnext troublcsnext troublesnext
next Saturday SILt urda y when proceedings in con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt will 01 follow followBELT followBELT j jBELT
Bullet Bull t from fr n Bandits s Gun Strikes StrikesPlate StrikesPlate StrikesPlate
Plate on Policemans s yniform yniformi UniformFellowofficer Uniform UniformFellowofllecr
i Fellowofllecr Ft Shoots Fleeing Pris Prisoner Prl Prloner Prisoner ¬
oner Through the Heart Kill Killing KillIng 1llling ¬
ing Him Instantly InstantlyNew Iustnnt1TI InstantlyNew
I New York York Dee I LPolicesiuan PoKeeman Charles CharlesCampbell CHt CHti CharlesCampeIl
i Campbell and Roundsman B Henry a S Sin Sinarrested 5tH1arn8ted Stalarrested
arrested John W Gatewood d thirtyfour thirtyfoura tJalrfJeurJMKed
a noted oied character this afternoon on onI sus suspicion mmpicico ¬
picion of being beI concerned cerued m Ie recent rob robberies robI robThey ¬
I beries berieLII beriesThey
They were waiting watt for the patrol wagon wagonwhen ugoowheit agOR agORwilen
when Gatewood Broke away a ay and started startedto uarUdi startedtorus
i to torus torusThe run runThe ruaI
The police went after him hi when he hesuddenly heiusidenly e enddniy
I suddenly drew a revolver and fired point pointblank poIDtbluk pointblank
blank at Campbell the bullet striking strikingthe trl trli OttIkingthe
i the beltplato of the officers olleer uniform uniformknocking uniformknocking rona ronaI
I knocking him out as effectively as if it ithad ItI Ithad
I had been a blow front a sledgehammer stodgehammerRoundsman sledgehammerRoundsinn ehaJRmer ehaJRmerI
Roundsman mala Stul Stul seeing aeeID Ida fellowofilcer fellowofficerfall fellowofilcertall
fall tall 11 drew his hi revolver re Olver and fired at a t Gate Gatewood Gatewood Gatewood
wood the bullet piercing his bean and andMiHng and1dIIbIg andkilling
killing hint instantly instantlyA
A 41 nhysfdan soon restored Campbell toaDd tocelisdeusnees to toeomUauanees
eomUauanees and tt was foandvthathe foandvthathewas toalkl ththe ththewas t e ewu
was practically unhurt although a1thourhtroai suffcr suffcring sutterlng
ing front a bad bruise e in the abdomen abdomenGatewoods abdomenOat abdomenGatewoods
Gatewoods Oat s body wat taken to the sta station station station ¬
tion house and Roundsman nound an Stul was pa paroled pAroled paned ¬
roled by the coroner to appear at the In Inquest InqUNt Inquest ¬
Presidents Son Delivers Papers to toiiokies toDiokies toMokies
iiokies Mokies at Sunrise SunriseCoeK SunriseGoes
Goes About Harvard Grounds Label Ia1JcIed 14fl1C1ed i
ed jn Large lcttCJ ietteitFoo1 < Pool Roose Roosevelt ROose ROosee1t RooA RooAvclt ¬
velt e1t Doing Stunts StuntsCambridge StuutACaIDbrIdIIt Stuntscambridge <
Cambridge Dec S ITbeodole Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltjr Roo evelt eveltJr
jr a Harvard FJarft sophomore IIO Is joining the theDickies theDIcltIe8 theDlckIes
Dickies the swell of all fraternities at atCambridge atCam atCambridge
Cambridge CambridgeThe Cam CambridgeThe
The initiation hurts almost a week and andyoung anc1you andyoung
young you Roosevelt began bet to perform his liteobligations histion hisobligations
obligations tion this t morning Under the theguard tilebU thegwzd
guard of a student eat named Harrington he heappeared heappeand heappeared
appeared in Harvard Square shortly sltortl after aftersunrise aftersuarllle aftersunrise
sunrise He was clad in a startling startltn gray graysummer graySUlBmet graysummer
summer suit blue flannel shirt white whitecanvas whileean whitecanvas
canvas ean shoes moe and was waS bareheaded bareheadedRoosevelt bareheadedRooeeftlt bareheadedRoosevelt
Roosevelt first visited vl a Harvard Square Squarelunch Squarelunch Squarelunch
lunch room Here be broke his bl fast on onmustard onmaatanl onmustard
mustard pickles p6eJd hot buttermilk fresh freshraw frNbraw freshraw
raw oysters maple sirup and warm warmsquash warntquash warmsquash
squash pie His gastronomic mle feat was waswitnessed muwttaeaetl waswitnessed
witnessed by a great crowd and after he liehad hehad hehad
had finished ftnt using < a a finger ftR er bowl In in which whichbenzine whichbenzhM whichbenalne
benzine was substituted sub Utuum for water he heagain lIeapIn heagain
again appeared in the square and with a agreat axreat agreat
great bundle of morning mornin newspapers newspapersmade lIewspfipersmade newspapersmade
made his rounds of the houses of the theDickies theDIckies theDkkies
Dickies DIckies leaving a paper at each eachIn eachIn eachIn
In bold letters across each paper p Pfr was waspainted waspainted waspainted
painted the words Fool Roosevelt RooseveltAfter RoosceltAfter RooseveltAfter
After delivering the papers p pers Roosevelt re retired reUretl rotired ¬
tired to seclusion seel uston but visited the theater theaterdistrict theaterd1etrict theaterdistrict
district of Boston last night and attended attendeda
a performance at one of the highclass highclasshouses hlghclasshoWle highclasshouses
houses Here he was required to make makehimself J118kehamilf makehimself
himself prominent and he had little rest restRUEF restRUEF restBIUEF
General Believed to lie Mayor MayorSchmitz JlnyorSclunUz MayorSchultz
Schultz Indorses Inllor cN Payment PaymentSan PamentSen PaymentSan
San Francisco eO Dec 9 9The The latest graft graftthat gmftthat graftthat
that has been exposed before the grand grnndjury gntndJUI grandJury
jury te that which Boss Ruef secured from fromkltefljlng fromkIte fromkiteflying
kltefljlng kIte g advertisements adverU ements of the Johnson JohnsonLocke JohnsonLocke JohnsonLocke
Locke Company before the fire These Thesekites Thesekites Thesekites
kites were used to advertise cigarettes cigaretteswhlsk cigaretteswhlsk cigaretteswhisky
whlsk whisky and other goods oods and hovered hoveredover hoveredover hoveredover
over the city No license bad been de demanded demanded doinanded ¬
manded for them til tilt one day when the tiiesupervisors thesu thesupervisors
supervisors su ervi > Olll reported fe resolution re against againstthem Ilgnlnstthe againstthem
them themA the themA
A member of the Johnson LoKike L fQ < e Com Company Company Cornpony ¬
pany saw the chairman of tii thsuper thsupervisors super supervteors superv1
ors v1 and he referred the Ijyffijrer lIW1 lnjtflror ror to toRuef toRueC toRuef
Ruef g grbe Si SiThe
RuefThe The boss fixed the amount of fg fdto lfto to se secure secure secure ¬
cure the privilege of kite flying ing at n 2650 2650A 2000A OOO OOOA
A representative of the mercantile house housepresented housepresented housepresented
presented a check for the sum to Rust Ruefand Ruerand Rustand
and the latter immediately took up the thetelephone thetelepb thetelephone
telephone telepb ne and and after Rrt r calling up a num number number numher ¬
ber said Hello general is that you youA youA ou ouA
A satisfactory s Usfactol response evidently was wasreceived wusreeehoo wasreceived
received for or Ruef proceeded proceededThat proceedothThat r rTltat
That matter we were speaking about abouthas abouthas aboutho3
has been fixed and Is all right rightThe rightThe Of OfThe
The witness wltn before the grand jury could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not fully identify the general as Mayor MayorSchmitz lInyorSchmitz MayorSchmltz
Schmitz but it is a fair inference that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t Je mayor rnay r was at the other end of the line lineFrom JlncFrom lineFrom
From the time of the payment of 2000 2000 to toRuef toRue toBuef
Rue and the sendlng sendlrigot sendl gof of the message to tothe tothe tothe
the general the advertising kites were wereno wereno wereno
no longer interfered with The returned returnedcheck roturncdcheck rOtumedcheck
check bearing Ruefs indorsement was wasubmitted wassubmitted wassubmitted
submitted as evidence evidenceA
A In Carte Lunch Served Dally Dallyat Dnllyat Dailyat
at Ecksteins from 12 to 3 3 1112 N Y ave
e >
This Tl1 s Report It Is Asserted AssertedInflamed AssertedIn AssertedInflamed
Inflamed In la1ned Mrs Irs Bradley BradleyHIS BradleyHIS Bradley11iS
Woman On Verge > of Collapse Collapseand CollapseantI Collapseand
and Refuses to Eat EatWoulilue EatWuldbe i iVollI11IJe
Woulilue Slayer Taken to House of ofDetention ofDet ofDetntfon
Detention Det ntlon Where here She Is Incarcer Incarcerated Incnrcernted Incarcerated ¬
ated with White and Black Chil Children Chl1IrenDecJare ChillrcnDeclnres ¬
dren IrenDecJare Dcclarca She Quickly Re Repented ReIJClltcd Tiepunted ¬
punted Act and Expresses Hope HopeThat HOltCTbut hopeThat
That Victim Ictlm Will VIII Recover RecoverThat UecoerTltRt RecoverThat
That Mrs Annie M Bradley was goad goadad gDftod goadad
ad to her shooting of exSenator Arthur ArthurBrown ArtharBrown ArthurBrown
Brown in the Raleigh Hotel Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturda Saturdaaftem Saturdayafternoon
afternoon on by the thought that he con contemplated contemplted conteinpieteti ¬
templated marrying a noted actress aetItl88i fe feone Isone
one of the theories about the shooting shootingThig sb otlRgi shootingnow
now exprell expressed expressedThis ed edI
I This Thl much was intimated by h her r coun counsel eounI counoel ¬
sel Leckie Fulton who were retained retainedto re retIn lln cl cli d dto
to take charge of her case They did not notdivulge notrdlUlge notdivulge
divulge the name of the actress actr i although althoughIt
It was intimated she was prominent prominentThe prominentThe prominentThe
The mystery of the immediate motive motivefor motnretor motivefor
for the shooting may be brought grou ht out if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the case comes to trial but although althoughthey 1lltboughthey althoughthey
they were closeted with itJI her for or several severalhours severalhours yeral yeralhours
hours yesterday ye terd8Y her counsel cou would say saynothing 8tAInothiDg saynothing
nothing ac a to her line of defense defenseBrown deCenseBrown defenseBrown
Brown was In an extremely critical criticalcoudition erttJealco criticalcondition
condition co dtUon lost night At an early e r1y ho howl howlye houryesterday r ryesterday
yesterday ye trday a consultation of physicians was washeld wasleeld washeld
held at the Emergency Hospital fIW and andtheir anaUtetr aMtheir
their Investigation Inn UsaUon showed alight evi evidence m41QCe ev1deice ¬
deice of septic poisoning pot The patient patientwaa JtleBtwa patientwas
was wa in a stupor most of the day A sod sodden sucI48ft sodden ¬
den turn for the worse with Cat taw results resultsmay reeuitsJftay resultsmay
may occur at any time timeExSenator UmeExSenator timeExSenator
ExSenator Brown to past sixty years of ofage o oage ofage
age mid nd his h habits of Wring have nave va been beensuch eeafteh beensuch
such the physician p 71l1dans say 7 as a to render him himparticularly 111mpartleularl7 himparticularly
particularly liable to septic poisoning poIsoni and andobstruct andobJtruet andobstruct
obstruct recuperation Just before the thepatient tileIMUeAt thepatient
patient was placed upon the operating operatingtable operautaw operatingtble
table at the Emergency Hospital lie di directed dI dIrected dlrected ¬
rected that several telegrams be sent to tomembers tomembers tomembers
members of his family and friends He Hewas Hewaa Hewag
was on the operating table for three threehours dinea threehours
hours and since coming from under the theinfluence tbeba1lueuce theInfluence
influence of anesthetic has not not been in incondition Ine Ineondttio
condition e to receive r e ec answer 1 communi communications eoauauatcatIoM cotnmuulcedons ¬
cations catIoMJlrJ
Mrs Mr Bradley Near cnr Collapse CollapseMrs Collnpselira Collapselrs
Mrs Bradley is I on the verge ve of eel collapse cot cotlap eellapse ¬
lapse Unable to sleep since the tbeIa shoot shooting shootin
Ia ing she he paced the floor of the matrons matronsroom matronsroom s sroom
room at the First precinct police sta station Matlon stathat ¬
that all night Saturday SaturdayWith SaturdayWJtk SaturdayWith
With the exceaOon of a gjase of milk mflfcthan 1tshe milkabs
she JaM hail no n earlsisaeet t for nll le letllan
than two t tw days Xioterda ssraaar morning p rn1ag Mca McaBradley MsBradley I IBradley
Bradley was transferred to the t tt Hove Ii liosea of ofDetention etDetention ofDetention
Detention on Eighteenth street Here she shewas shewas
was booked along with a lot of other otherwoman oUlerwoman otherwoman
woman and child prisoners white wh and andcolored aDeiooIGred andcolored
colored on the charge of assault with withintent withIntent tJt
intent to murder and held without bail bailShe bellShe
She is being watched constantly At Attimes Attimes Attimes
times she Is almost hysterical h Worn forlt out outmat outJut outlast
mat evening she retired early but was wasunable wasunable
unable to sleep soundly soundlySeveral SO soundlyI ncU7
I Several people have offered her assist assistance assistanee ¬
ance aace but she has refused to accept aeee their theirgifts tHIrgitt theirgifts
gifts A representative re rep esentativo tatv of the Salvation SalvationArmy SaMUonnRJ SalvationArmy
Army nRJ called at the House of Detentkn Detentknyesterday Deteatk1tye Detestkayesterday
yesterday ye with a basket of food but the thedistracted thediaUaeted thedistracted
distracted woman would not eat Some Someone Someone Someone
one telephoned from Harveys offering offeringto
to send her anything that she should de desire de deare dcsire ¬
sire areA
A constant stream 8tr of sympathetic call callers callen callers ¬
ers applied at the House Ho of Detention to tosee tosee tosee
see her yesterday but an were refused refusedadmission refusedadmlseloa t seda411ItIseIotL
admission Hotel and restaurant rdtauraftt keep keepers keepers keeperz ¬
ers telephoned that they would nil her herorders hOtnJers herorders
orders for meals mea without charge chargeWonlil c coulel chargeWould
Would oulel Not ot Rest ResttTntfl UeHtUntil RestUntil
Until last night Mrs Bradley refused to totake totake totaice
take any rest From 3 oclock until untiloclock S Soclock ioclock
oclock yesterday morning she was ra raconsultation In Incon inconsultation
consultation con ultAtton with A A B E I L L Leckie Leckie who whohad whohad 110 110Md
had received a telegram from Salt Lake Lakeattorneys Lakeattorneys Lakeattorneys
attorneys asking him hi to take charge of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the case After 1er Mr Lecktes departure departureshe depa departurehe ture tureshe
she he would not go to bed and remained In Inthe Inthe Iathe
the room with Mrs Thornhurgh Thor burgk the thematron UtemtroR diematron
matron matronAt mtroRAt matronAt
At times she would walk the floor floorin oorIn floorin
in deep meditation wringing her haMThen haxwFThen haM bantKThen
Then she would attempt to calm herself herselfand enlelfalMl herselfand
and sit down One or twice tv she pre pretended preteaded pretended ¬
tended to be praying but said 14 nothing nothingOccasionally nothinlOcculonall nothingOcceslonehly
Occasionally she would laugh and talk talkon talkOn talkO
on O various riou subjects subjectsShe subjectsShe subjectsShe
She inquired frequently concerning the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of Brown and expressed the thehope thehope thehope
hope that he would recover At mid midnight nddnlsht stidnight ¬
night she made efforts to send mao messages 1MSHtes mao5t1505 ¬
sages to tho victim whe he was 15 in no con condition CODdltion condttion ¬
dition to receive rec ve or answer an wer them themHe themHe themHe
He would not permit me to be locked lockedup lockedup lOckedup
up in the police station If he knew It ItAirs Itn ItnMrs itMrs
Mrs Bradley saW I frequently to the po police police po11cc ¬
lice matron matronOnce matronQllce matronQpce
Once during the night Sirs Thornburgh Thornburghasked Thornlturghasked Thornburghasked
asked her how she ever got up courage courageto countgeto courageto
to commit such a crime crimeOh erlmeOb crimeOh
Oh I dont know she replied When WhenI
I think of it I dont understand understandMrs undcrst understandMrs nd ndllrs
Mrs Thornburgh asked her how she felt feltimmediately CeltImmediately feltImmediately
immediately after the shooting shootingRegret shootingUeJrct shootingRegret
Regret Comes Instantly InstantlyTho In InstantlyThio tnnt1 tnnt1Tho
Tho feeling was sas awful was Mrs MrsBradleys llrsBradleys MrsBradleys
Bradleys answer The Instant the deed deedwas deadwas deedwas
was done I regretted It It I cant Cant realise realiseeven re realiseeven lhle lhleeen
even now that I actually did the shoot shootIng shootIng shooting
Ing IngWhen
When questioned que Uonocl about the revolver revolverMrs revolerMrs revolverMrs
Mrs Bradley would not reply replyDuring replyDuring replyDuring
During the night when tho two wero weroal6ne weroaI werealone
alone aI n she told parts of tho story of her herpast nerpt8t herpast
past which led up to the shooting With Withregard Withregard fIUI fIUIregard
regard to her relatives and other lad incidents IRCidents laddents ¬
dents in connection with the case case Mrs MrsBradley Mrsradle MrsBradley
Bradley radle was reticent The story she told toWMrs toldMrs toldMrs
Mrs Thornburgh is as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The first time I ever saw Mr Brown Brownwas Brownwas Brownwas
was eleven years ago I did not become becomewell becom9well becomewell
well acquainted with him until the tot following rolIO1ng totlowing ¬
lowing year when he was sent to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Senate I was wn ne fascinated fascinatedwith fWMlnatedwltb fascInatedwith
with his appearance his great knowledge knowledgeand knowledgeand knowledgeand
and actions I was working in the intcr intcrtst Intcrt interst
tst st t of womans suffrage suft ge and we were werethrown werethrown werethrown
thrown togetner togetnerMy togetheruiIy togetnerMy
uiIy My husband finally naUy became jealous of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the attentions Brown was paying to me meand me meand meand
and for three years we quarreled at in intervals intervals Intervals ¬
tervals on the subject Eventually E ntuaUy we weseparated weseparated weseparated
separated About a year age R I got a adivorce adivorce adivorce
divorce from Bradley for desertion desertionI d tertIonI
I thought Senator Brown was going goingto solngto goingto
to marry me Time and again he has haspromised haspromIsed haspromised
promised to make make me his wife He Hethought Hethought Hethought
thought the world and all of the children childrenwho childrenho childrenwho
who ho called him Daddy I hove two twochildren twochildren twochildren
children by marriage I wanted Brown Brownto Brownto Brownto
to marry me so my m two children could couldgrow couldgrow couldgrow
grow up and bear his name He has hasCONTINUED hMCOTlXUED hasCONTINUED
11tor Va Girls of offlii Ills UI Parish Parishnut PurIttbnKt ParishRe
nut Such uea Places PlacesReiTBank f fRe
ReiTBank Re Bank N I J Doc 9 9Aflcr After his hisregular hisr hisregular
regular r > gular sermon this morning Rev RevJames RevJames RevJames
James A A Reynolds pastor of SL St James JamesRoman JamesHoman JamesRoman
Roman Catholic Church spoke against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the attendance of his young Women Womenparishioners womenpflrishioners Womenparishioners
parishioners at rollerskating rinks rinksYesterday rinksYe rinksYesterday
Yesterday Ye terlAY a new rink was opened in inRed InRed inRed
Red Bank as an adjunct of the Lyceum LyceumTheater LyceumTlleater LyceumTheater
Theater Father Reynolds prefaced his hisremarks blsrem hisremarks
rem remarks rk with some allusions to the thoharm theharm theharm
harm which had grown gr Vn out of such suchplaces suchplacel suchplaces
places of amusement amusementSeveral amusementSeveral < tSeYfral
Several years ago he said he was wasrector wasrector wasrector
rector of a church in a town where a arollwsknting arollprsk aroIlersklfling
rollwsknting rollprsk Ung rink held forth and the therink therInlt therink
rink was productive of much that was waseIl waseU wasrII
eIl eU in the community In St James JamesChurch JamesChureh JamesChurch
Church are two societies of young wom women women wornen ¬
en the sodality and rosary He made madea
a direct appeal to the members of the thesocieties theS thesocieties
societies S eJfU not to attend the rink either eitheras
as skaters or spectators spectatorsNO spoctatOMLNO spectatorsNO
Zero Weather Prevail and Several SeveralCities SeernlCitlt SeveralCities
Citlt Cities Are Without Fuel FnelTopeka FuelTopeka FuelTopeka
Topeka Dec I LThe The people of Meade MeadeLiberal MeadeLberal MeadeLlberaI
Liberal Cimarron Clm rron and other towns In InSouthwest InSouthwest InSouthwest
Southwest Kansas have appealed to toGov toGov toGov
Gov Hoch to aid them In getting coal coalWith c coo cooWith l lWith
With the thermometer marking markln aero in inthat Inthat inthat
that region r > l1on tonight the people in intwenty IntveRt intwenty
twenty tveRt towns are without fuel fuelIn fuelIn fuelIn
In many of the smaller places the In Inhabitants Inhabitants Inhabitants ¬
habitants will congregate cO regate at school schoolhouses choolAOU schoolhouses
houses AOU es and churches where one lire will willwarm willwarm willwarm
warm many Railroads insist that they theycannot theeannot theycannot
cannot get cars in which to haul coal coalTheir coalTheir coalTheir
Their lines are charged with conns connseating cO confis confiseating As AsnUnc
eating the coal started for the district districtRailroads dltrletRaIJroad districtRailroads
Railroads use steel cars in hauling their theirown theirown
own coal to prevent prf vent citizens from fromforcibly fromCOJClbly fromforcibly
forcibly taking possession pos esslon of it itGILLETTE It ItGILLETTE ItGILLETTE
Slayer of Grace Brown Plays Cards CardsIndifferent CnrebIndUTerent CardsIndifferent
Indifferent to Ills HI Fn Fate FnteHerkmer FateHerkimer < e eHerkfraer
Herkfraer N N Y Dec 9 StNo No one onewould onewoak onewould
would think from the appearance and andmanner aJInnner andmanner
manner of Chester Gillette tonight tonightthat tonl tonightthat > 1tt 1tttJlat
that he will m come before Justice Deven Devendorf Devendorf Devondort
dorf tomorrow morning to receive a asentence alleate asentence
sentence lleate ce of death for the murder of his hissweetheart hisneethrt hissweetheart
sweetheart Grace Brown BrownTenisht BrowltTItl BrownTonight
Tonight TItl ht he sits In a corridor adjoin adjoining 41 41fag adjolaleg ¬
fag his cell In the Herkimer peunty peuntyJail 4euetyJail uQ uQjail
Jail playing seven yen up with the men menwho menwho menwho
who are guarding dIn him himHe himHe himHe
He was late in getting to bed last lastnight 1aatnl lastnight
night nl t playing playln cards with his guards guardsuntil guardsuntil ards ardsuntil
until after midnight and later rending rendingthe rfJlldfngthe
the Christmas numbers of the leading leadingmagazines leadinglR leaiiingmagazines
magazines lR zille until nearly 2 oclock this thismorning thlamCrnfng thismorning
morning morningHe mCrnfngHe morningHe
He was as sleeping soundly at S oclock oclockwhena 0e1ockwhena oclockwhena
whena deputy brought brou ht In his breakfast breakfastfrom brMktastfrom breakfastfrom
from a nearby hotel hotl and the officer officerhad omcerWU ollicerhad
had to shake him violently to torouse rouse him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from his slumber slumberGIVES slumberGIVES slumberDIVES
Writer W ter Makes Will in His Behalf BehalfThen BehalfJ BehalfJThen BehalfThen
Then Swallows Acid AcidLeaves AcidLeneH AcidLeaves
Leaves Note e to to Coroner aor ner Saying Sa Ing 3r 3rRoosevelt JlrRo08evelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt WIllTake Will 111 Take Care Careof Cnrcof Careof
of Her Kittens KittensNew l KittensNew ltten lttenNew
New York Dec 9 9Lulu Lulu B Grover Groverfortyfive GreYertort7ftve GroverfortyAve
fortyfive years okI a magazine ma writer writerwhile writerwhile writerwhile
while temporarily insane ane today swallow swailowchtoroform swallo swalloehIoroforna swallowebbiroforin
chtoroform in her apartments with sui suicidal suIcldal sotcldal ¬
cldal intent She te In Beltevue BeI ue Hospital Hospitalin
in a critical condition In a letter ad addressed adto addressed ¬
dressed to the u coroner she said saidI
I beg of you OY to telephone to Presi President President Proddent ¬
dent Theodore Roosevelt Roo He will 111 have havemy Jaavey havemy
my y body cremated cre ted I have written to tohim thim tohint
him him have ro lIIt 1e le my will and all 11 I have havete RyeIa haveIs
te his He Hewill will have MY everything attended attendedto
to just as I wish It to be and all will 111 be beright bet beright
right t He knows where to find every everyPiease eYerytJIbI everyPlease
tJIbI tJIbIPIeue
Please Had sd inclosed 5 6 and a thousand thousandthanks tIIouIndthaak8 thousandthanks
thanks for your yo r kindness Please do not notlet JIOtlet notlet
let my poor kittens be frightened or an annoyed ItDOJM annoyed ¬
noyed President P t Roosevelt will 111 take takethem taketbeal takethea
them as soon as he receives the letter I Imailed ImaJlecl Imailed
mailed tonight to tohhL bbs Please let them
stay here until then thenMy tIleDw thenlily
My w heart It broken as I take my own ewnlife 9wnute ownlife
life in the familiar way I know haowbT by drink drinkIng drlnkID drinking
Ing ID chloroform No one is to blame but butmyceif butmyelf hutmyself
myself I trust t my III spirit t and future life lifeo liCeo
o a merciful and loving God who knows knowsand knowsaMI knowsaid
and judges ju4 our sorrows sorrowsMrs 3Or1OWLJlfrs sorrowsMrs
Mrs Grover has been suffering front frontmental frommental ironmental
mental trouble touble for some time and hung imagined ImaShaed hunghied ¬
ined that the President PreskJto t was a relative relativeShe relativeSIte relativeShe
She is reputed to be wealthy and vainly vainlytried valnl valnltried vainlytried
tried several veral times last summer to see the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President at Oyster Bay BayDINERS BayDINERS BayDINERS
Protesting New Yorkers Must Jll1 = t Take TakeXotlce TakeXotlee TakeXotke
Xotlce of Courts Decision DeciKloiiNew DeehlonNew DecisionNew
New York Dec 9 9How How many rod residents rPBtdents roddents ¬
dents of New York have gone into Into a afashionable nfashionable afashionable
fashionable restaurant re taurant at an early hour in inthe InUte inthe
the evening evenin to find a number of chairs chairsturned chairsturned chairsturned
turned up at tIle most choice tables tables and andto andto andto
to be informed that they were re reserved relelVed reservedr ¬ I
served servedr servedrGeorge 7 7George r rGeorge
George W Yo V Herzig on August AU lflt 12 1W 1Wwith 1DOS 1DOSwith lOOiwith
with his niece went to the th Claremont ClarentontIn ClaremontInft ClaremontInn
In Inn at Riverside drive Mr Herzig took tookpossession tookpos tookpossession
possession eston of an unoccupied table Im Immediately ImRl Isamediately ¬
mediately Rl dlltteb ltd h says one of the waiters waitersand waitersand wAltersand
and the captain and managers In charge chargecame ch chargecame rg rgcame
came to me and advised me that the thetable thetable thetable
table bad been be un reserved for or another anotherguest ItoothergUeBt anotherguest
guest Herzig for an hour refused to tobudge wbucl tobudge
budge bucl e from the table The management managementcontinued managementcontinued managementcontinued
continued in its refusal to serve him nt ntthis ntthis atthis
this particular table tableHerzig tAbleHerzig tableHerzig
Herzig and his niece nl e went away and andthe antlthe andthe
the next day suit was brought in the theMunicipal thOMunicipal theMunicipal
Municipal Court against the R R A Gus Gushee Gusbee Gusbee
bee Company the lessees of the Clnre Clnremont ClnreDtOnt Claremont
mont Inn for damages damagesThe damagtSThe damagesThe
The case has h s Just been tried before beforeJustice beforeJustice beforeJostles
Justice Lauer In the Eleventh District DistrictMunicipal DistrictMunicipal DistrictMunicipal
Municipal Court who has handed down downa
a decision dO < 1510n sustaining the right of the therestaurant ther therestaurant
restaurant r taumnt people to reserve tables It is isprobable Isprobable isprobable
probable that an appeal spp l will be taken takenGETS tnkenGETS takenGETS
Artist Whose Pictures Were Burned BurnedAwarded DurnedAUart1ccl BurnedAwarded
Awarded Damages in Case CaseMount CaseMount CaseMount
Mount Vernon N Y Dec 9 9Judg 9Judgment 9Judgment Judg Judgment ¬
ment will be filed tomorrow for G UOO UOOthe 000the 0 0the
the amount of a verdict given by b a ajury njury ajury
jury In the county court to Miss Mar Margaret llardr Margitret ¬
garet dr t Bckerson an artist and illustra illustrator lllustrator illustrator ¬
tor of Mount Vernon against United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator Thomas C C Platt as aspresident aspresident aspresident
president of the United States Express ExpressCompany ExpressCompany s sCompan
Company CompanyMiss Companl11s CompanyMiss
Miss Eckerson sued for the loss of offive offtve offive
five pictures which she submitted su mltted to tothe tothe tothe
the Ladles Home Journal and were werebeing werebplng werebeing
being returned from Philadelphia by bytho bytho bythe
tho express company when the car con containing COJ1talnlng 0011taming ¬
taming them was burned burnedI
I Want What Tlult I AVniitWhen Want When I Want It ItVpat It1fat Itleat
Vpat Ofte Hotwater Radiator does the
1 trick Demonstrations 509 otJ 3th 9th st et
fl FLAYSsToR FLAYSsToRPresident Y TOAE TOAEPresident
President in Reply to Ex ExAmbassador ExAmbassador ExAmbassador
Ambassador AmbassadorPERFIDY AmbassadorPERFIDY AmbassadorPERFIDY
White IJite JIolIse House Hc ise Throws Light Lightorf LightOff Lightff
Off ff Famous Episode EpisodeNO EpisodeNO EpisodeNO
3Ir Roosevelt Personally Felt an In Intcrcat IntcreHt Interestln
tcrcat terestln in the Future of Archbishop ArchbishopIreland ArchbishopIreland rchb1 laol laolIreland
Ireland us Did President t McKln JlelilnJey McliinIcy
1 Icy but Neither Would ould Officially OfficiallyTake OtnelallyTaJ OfllclallyTake
Take TaJ e Part In Church Affairs A1TnlrtStorer A1TnlrtStorerFlaH AffairsStorerFlatly Storer StorerFlatly
Flatly FlaH Accuned ecl d of Stating Untruth UntruthPresident UntruthPreefdeat UntruthPresident
President Roosevelt hto ssvdt t yesterday 7 replied repliedte
te former Ambassador Jft Hslimy Storer StorerHe Stt storerHe rer rerHe
He takes tJtk up p the various charges of o In Interference Intr hiisriereace ¬
tr terference rODee hi church affairs and tom nlNl1meats tombests < wn wnments
meats on tIM peculiar perfidy of a man manwho manwtIo manwho
who for manyyear was wa his perawai perawaifriend ptrJIMSaIfrieItd pernnatfriend
friend Mrs Stivers surr part in the exten extensive 4 cxtensire xten xtenstve ¬
sire confidential correspondence much of ofwhich orwblchwa ofwhich
which wblchwa was printed in the Sunday Sunda issue issueof i imueof ue ueoC
of The Washington Herald H raJd is i not ignor ignored igJIoreel ignorsd ¬
ed sd by the President He quotes 8 from her herletters herletters herletters
letters letters which he still till possesses possessesThe euesThe possessesThe
The President denies den It that he ever everdirected everdtreeted everdirected
directed either the ambassador or his hiswife hisiCe hiswife
wife iCe to urge the Pope to bestow be to a red redhat rMhilt redhat
hat upon Archbishop Ireland Of his hisfriendship hi hifr1eltd hisfriendship
friendship fr1eltd and interest in Archbishop ArchbishopIreland ArehbilbopIreland ArchbishopIreland
Ireland covering a period of many manythe years yearsthe yearsthe
the President Pre says 8 there can be no doubt doubtThe doubtThe doubtThereplylsgivenoutlntheforrnofa
The Thereplylsgivenoutlntheforrnofa Thereplylsgivenoutlntheforrnofaletter reply te given out m In the form of a aletter itletter
letter to Secretary Root It was written writtenDecember wriUenDeeeJftber writtenDecember
December 2 last last not long o after th Presi President l Irvsident i ideltt ¬
dent read Mr Storer StoIers s letter and before beforeft
It had been forwarded to a few Senators Senatorsand enatorswmbera Senatorsatid
and members of the House The ltter ltterhas Itttl1baa lotterhas
has been locked up In Secretary Roots Rootssafe Rootgate Rootssate
safe whence it was taken yesteroay yesteroaymorning lStt yestetbay yestetbaymorning Y YmonaIat
morning the President having decided decidedafter dlcidtdatter 1cIidSdafter
after consulting co with several friends that thathe thatbe thathe
he should make a statement immediately immediatelyFeels ImmffliatelyPeelr ImmediatelyFeels
Feels No o Personal PcrsonnlConcern PcrsonnlConcernHe Concern ConcernHe ConcernHe
He was moved to this step juite as asmuch aslauch assnitch
much out of consideration eon for Archbishop ArchbishopIreland ArlhbisbopIreland ArchbishopIreland
Ireland and others mentioned in the cor corpondenee correllpondeaee correspondence
rellpondeaee pondenee which wb Mr Storer made mad public publica pabtieOft publicas
a as on his own account In fact the > Pre Preident Png PngIdeI1t Presblent
ident it not at all concerned personally personallybecause personllee1I persommaliybecause
because of the sensational incident To Tohis Tolib Tohis
his regret however the enemies of Arch ArchMtihop Arcb1IIeiIop Archbishop
bishop hela Ireland ar are Mftkiog the most taf C it ittoesm itp ItPpdi
p Ppdi toesm tateritew w with Mr 1 Storer Storerprinted StorerprlneC Storerpdntd
printed prlneC i To ln The Herald Hf > rald hastened the thePresident thePrelldent thePresident
President in making his reply public The Theformer Tbefnlter Theformer
former Ambassadors Am s intimation that the theknowledge theC theknowledge
knowledge C of the pamphlet which whi < h was wasmailed wasmailed wasmailed
mailed as confidential leaked out from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the White House was ItS ms keenly kefttJ resented by bythe bythe bythe
the President The disclosure di losure came amf > from froma
a distinctly di different source Soon oOn after afterthe aftprthe afterthe
the members of the Cabinet read the theStorer theStorer theStorer
Storer pamphlet the > President requested requestedthem refju requestedtheta td tdthem
them to exercise special care in guarding xuardingthe guardingthe gutrdingthe
the correspondence COITeal 0IICJence from the public publicThere pu publicThere hlie hlieThere
There Is said to be much additional ma material materta1 matenet ¬
tenet of lively interest in the letters of ofMrs otllrs ofMrs
Mrs Storer to the President which h hdoes he hedoes hedoes
does not mention He does say sa that she shebegan shebegan shebegan
began to importune isbn btm as soon as he hebecame hebecame hebecame
became President Pre to promote Mr Storer StorerShe StorerSbe StorerShe
She asked that he be given Mr Roots Roofsplace Rootsplace Rootsplace
place when the latter was Secretary Seeft tary of ofsador ofar ofWar
War ar and later that be be made Anabas AnabasSA Ambassailor
sailor to London or Paris It is under understood ullderstoocl understood ¬
stood that she thought neither Mr Choate Choatenor CboateDOt Choatenor
nor Mr Porter fit for the diplomatic diplomaticservice dIpIoiIIaUcservice dlplofliaueservice
service serviceConstantly serviceCOJoItnntl serviceCotistantly
Constantly COJoItnntl Importuned Him
Because e of the intimate persona personal friend friendship friendship friendship ¬
ship that existed e d lsted between bun and a the theStorers thestarers theStorers
Storers starers beginning beitnnl when wheD he was Civil CivilService ChilSeniee CivilService
Service Commissioner lofter and Mr Storer a aCongressman 8COngreMmaR aCongressman
Congressman the President says smetiraes some sometinies IIU IIUtimes
times it was dialcutt dt leult to know heW to an answer anwer anawer ¬
swer wer her Sbe Sb and Mr Storer were con constantly eonstantl constntly ¬
stantly stantl writing wrltin to him and making at attacks attacks attacks ¬
tacks upon ail sorts of people Many of ofthese oftbeae ofthese
these attacks were upon dignitaries ot ottheir ottbttr oftheir
their < wa church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The President points out that the cor correspondence corIMpondenee correspondence ¬
respondence te mfefetdins JII as printed by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Storer He oooiee qO4es the same letters lettersas lettersas lettersas
as he finds them In his own files and andgives andgives andgives
gives his own I Interpretation He calls callsPostmaster call callPo callsPostmaster
Postmaster Po tJIMIster General Cortelyou who was waaprivate W85private wasprivate
private secretary to the late President PresidentMcKlnley PresIdntMcKinley PresidentMcKinley
McKinley to refute r ute the statement that thatthe thatUae thatthe
the latter asked the promotion of Arch Archbishop Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop Ireland as a personal favor tc tchim t41him tchim
him Mr Ir Corteiyou denies that Preal Presdent Preatdent
dent McKinley madeany ma ny such reprejwnta repraenlatrOns representations
tlons tlonsMr trOnsMr tionsMr
Mr Roosevelt in denying that t he evet evezmade evetmade evetmade
made any suck request t of the Pope aloe atecdenies aJs4deniM aloedenies
denies that Mr r Storer ever wrote him himgiving himglvlDt himgiving
giving a full account of his visit to the theVatican theYAtican thEVatican
Vatican to execute the errand be claims claimsMr claimsMr claimsMr
Mr Roosevelt sent him hi on Around thai thaipoint thaipoint thaipoint
point the controversy may soon centel centeishould centelshould centelshould
should Mr Storer be able to produce evi evidence evldence evidence ¬
dence that he sent such a letter to the thePresident thePresdent thsPresident
President PresidentThe PresdentThe PresidentThe
The Ambassadors AfltbaSSZiOrs Resignation ResignationA
A striking Instance of difference be between between between ¬
tween the statements by Mr Storer and andby andb andby
by b the President Pre te in the matter of o the theresignation theresignation theresignation
resignation The former Ambassadoi Ambassadoisakl AmbassadosaItI AJRb8aadol1hJ
sakl aItI in his pamphlet that be resigned re be because 00ouse bectuse
cause the President had rebuked him foi foigoing fOIsoinS fotgoing
going to the Vatican to ask for Arch Archbishop Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop Irelands elevation The President Presidentquotes Presldenlquotes PreIdenlquotes
quotes a letter of January II 1 Iffri show showing showIng showlag ¬
ing that he had rebuked Mr Storer for a aserious aserious asertous
serious breach of diplomatic etiquette ic icwriting h hwriting Iswriting
writing a letter concerning the iltemtssa iltemtssaof dlsmissaof
of Consul Hurst son of the late bishop bishopof Dlsbolof blshoiof
of the Methodist l tch Larch cb In expressing expressinghis e expresslnhi n8 n8his
his hi penitence for the offense which had hadprovoked hadJuOooketl hadnrovoked
provoked the late Secretary Hay Mr MrStorer MrStorer r rStorer
Storer stated his willingness to resign resignAfter reshnAfter resignAfter
After quoting that letter the President Presidentwrites Presidentwrites Presidentwrites
writes Secretary Hoot that there could couldbe coul coulbe couldbe
be no fuller fuller confession of wrongdoings wrongdoingsor
or more absolute ab throwing tArowi himself upoc upocthe npo npothe pot potthe
the mercy mere of Ids superiors superiorsReview superiorUelews superiorsReviews
Review Case In Detail DetailTho DctallTho DetailThe
Tho full text of the Presidents Pre ldent3 state statement statement statement ¬
ment which was put in type at the Gov Government Govemftftlt Govermuent ¬
ernment Printing Office O ice for convenient convenientdistribution convenlenldlu1button convenienidIstributioii
distribution te as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The White House HouseWashington HouHYa HouseWahmngton
Washington Ya hington Dec 2 1W6 1W6My ttI toOCMy
My I Dear Mr Root In view iew of th thfact the thefact thefact
fact that Mr Bellamy Storer has sent sentto HAlto sentto
to each Cc member > r of my Cabinet as wel welas welas weEas
as to myself a pamphlet under und > r date da te ol olCONTINUED ojCO olCONTINUED

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