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Morgans MOl gaJlS Business Partner PartnerWitness Partll r rWitness rVitllCSS
Witness forNew for fOlNeWYOik N ev York Y orlt Life IlifeJEROME LifeJ LifeJEEOME
Seeks cek Evidence E ldence for Alleged Allcgc < 1 Sale S lcot lcotStock of ofStock ofStock
Stock to Which Prussian Pr ssIan Govern Government Government Governiflent ¬
ment ObJectedThrce Objected Three New York YorlcCompanies YorkCompanies YorkCompanIer
Companies Will ViiI In Future Write WriteOnly WriteOn1 VriteOnI
Only OnI Xonpartlclpatins Yonpartici9iIng Insurance InsuranceNew InnrnneeNew
1 1New
New York Dec 3i 2LAfter After having bavIn beeT beeTsworn besworn beiwvrn
sworn before the grand jury l1nd tnd waiting waitingseveral wsIthi wsIthiseveral waithigseveml
several hours in the Ui anteroom ot the theCriminal theCrimlno1 th thCrhHInRl
Criminal Courts building George D DPerkins DPerkIn DPerking
Perkins business bustne partner of J T Plerpont PlerpontMorgan P PierpontMorgn erpont erpontMorgan
Morgan and formerly vice president pre fdont of ofthe otthe atthe
the New York Life Insurance Company Companywas CompanWAsailed Companywas
was WAsailed ailed Ied this afternoon as a witness in inthe Inthe Inthe
the investigation Investl tlon District Attorney Jerome Jeromehi
hi making Into the affairs o 0 t the big bI in insurance laSUrBDCe Insurnnee ¬
surance concern Mr Perkins P rkI s was once onceindicted pnce pnceIndlctM puceIndIct
indicted IndIct but subsequently ubsequ nU7 released on oncharges oac uacharges
charges c evolving out of the Th Insurance in inquiry InIry InquIr ¬
quiry quiryB quIr quIrB Iry Iryn
B KJndley vice president of t the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Life was examined cx1Lmlaed at atleugth length by bythe bythe bythe
the grand jury before Mr r Perkins was wascalled wascaUod wftscIIod
called He was asked ked about the Pros Prussian ProsBlan Pru PruSIan ¬
sian deal The company as a the price of ofcontinuing ofcontinuIng ofcontinuing
continuing to do business bu in Prussia PrussI was wascompelled wasmpeUed WSOmpeUe4l
compelled mpeUed to charge off three blocks b1 of ofstocks otstocks ofstockg
stocks and industrials l dustl1als which were net notacceptable netacceptable netcceptabe
acceptable to the Prussian n oOcials oOcials2Vo officiallNo otciaINo
No Bonn Fide Sale Made MadeThe Jln MadeThe < le leThe
The report sheet s eet for the year ye r filed with withthe wlUtthe withthe
the Insurance ln urance department of this State Stateshowed Statebowed SttOshowed
showed that these blocks of stock had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been sold to the New York Security and andTrust andIrust andernst
Trust Company a subsidiary concern of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the life life Insurance company for the sum sumof sumor sumof
of S 35IO 08 a It is alleged that there was wasnever W8Dever wa wanever
never a booa bon flde 1l e sale sale and that the sale salewas salewas 0 0was
was put tttrongh by tkttfetng a negro negropotter Degftpotter negnporter
potter and M 11 M MatUsoa attI8oIt chief clerk clerkto elerkto clerkto
to the treasurer Edmund D Randolph Randolphthe Randolpltthe Randolphthe
the insurance company taking notes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stock stockAs stockI stockAs
I As a remit of a conference between betweenForeman teheenFOrem betweenForeman
Foreman Hyde of the grand jury Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬
corder Got and District Attorney Je Jerome JerorM Jerome ¬
rome some of the gambling cases ca and andelection andelection andelection
election cases were given ven precedence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Insurance investigation at the morn morning J1urp J1urp1Dt nulrpIn ¬
ing In session sessionWhen IonWlIm I IWhen
When it was as found that Mr Perkins Perkinswould Perkl Perklwould Perkinswould
would not be reached reach early in the fore forenoon fwenoon forenoon ¬
noon he was wa permitted to co o from the theanteroom tileanteroom theanteroom
anteroom of the grand jury room to the theotfice UteotDce theoflee
otfice of Assistant Asst tant District Attorney AttorneyKresel AttemuKre AttorneyKresel
Kresel el where re be talked wttfe Edmund EdmundD EflJDUndRandOlph drnund drnundtI
D Randolph treasurer of ofthe the New York YorkLife YorkUte YorkLife
Life and Ms counsel Lewie L 1 Deia Deiafleld DeJaeId Delafield
field eId He H strolled about the corridor eenidorand eenidoranddid and anddid anddid
did not seem to attract any tt attentionButWbSfl attention attentionBut atJoD atJoDButwhen
But Butwhen when he was told that he would have haveto haveto haveto
to return he dfe d not seem at all pleased pleasedClmngrc pleasedChnn peasedChange
Change Chnn c to Mutual Plan PlanIt P PlanIt nn nnIt
It was announced today that after afterJanuary afterJauUlUY afterJaniry
January 1 lur three of OCthehtg the b stofec life i isoraaee iII iIIsuraaee Inzuranee
soraaee companies that have been op operating OJ OJerath operatInn ¬
erating erath on a part mutual plan will in the vhefuture thefuture be befuture
future write only oonpanfcipating nonpar Clpatins IiI IiIsunmee > in insurance Insuranee ¬
surance suranceThe sunmeeThe suraneeThe
The Armstrong law that goes into ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect on the first of the year prohibits prohibitsthe prohibitathe prohibitsthe
the writing writl of both participating dog and andnonpartieipatiaff andnonpartkipatl andnonparticipating
nonparticipating policies and therefore thereforenecessitates tJIereI tJIereIn therefornecensitates
necessitates n tates a choice between the two twoThe t tThe teThe
The three companies com are the Washing Washington Washtagton Washington ¬
ton Life the United UDlt d States J raCe i4e tfe and the theProvident UtePro1denl theProvident
Provident Savings Savill Life LifeThe LICe LICeThe LifeThe
The hearing h on the application of coon counsel coons cowlscSI ¬
sel s l for George G Burnham B1lrnbam jr for the theet is isstttMKWof I Isuanerof
stttMKWof et a ftrtiftc3te ertifteat of reasonable 1 doubt doubtas doubtat doubtas
as t te the legality of Burnhama Burnham convic conviction conviction convictine ¬
tion was adjourned journed today by consent consentof nent nentof t tof
of compel cou el until 1030 oclock ctock tomorrow tonterrowmorning t tomorrowmorning w wmorning
morning Justice OGorman will hear hearthe hearThe
the 1 he application in the Supreme Court CourtHEW CourtNEW CourtEW
Attorney Attorne General Declares Monopoly MonopolyIBxistM MonoiolyExIst4 ionoJtObDixbt
IBxistM Ovrins OwIn to Ice Bridpc BriilgenNew riiI cn cnNew j jNew
New York Dee 28 Attorney General GeneralJulius GetteralJull GeneralJuiua
Julius Jull Mayer to the name of the people peoplethe peopleot peopleof
ot the State today beaa U acttolt lit litthe hIthe
the Supreme Court for the dissolution of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Ice trust trustThe tThe trustThe
The complaint sets forth correspond correspondence correspondence correspondeiice ¬
ence to prove the allegation that white whitethe whilethe bUe bUethe
the company C8JRpAnYWM wa wns fvateg ie lee famine warn waroigs W1DIn warnIngi
In Ingi igs It was refusfaja blc to hay tee Jeer at any anyprice anyprice 7 7price
price priceThe priceThe
The attorney general p declares deela that the thecompany thetOmpany thacompeny
company owns all but seventeen veuteen of the
141 tee houses on the 11 Nuds Huilseit hat ut that thatthe tJaatthe thatthe
the key to the sltuattoujles i lr Ia the t1letnlBt t1letnlBtcontrol trusts trustscontrol t sts stscontrol
control of the 1ee 1e iee brl bd1ns gfe or landing landingplaces Jl sdtng sdtngplaceS In Inplace <
places in this city bi b or means 8 f which it itis Ithi ItIs
is able to Hx it the price of tee teeROOSEVELT leeROOSEVELT IceOOSEVLLT
Pearls Pears Arctic Ship > Will ill Soon Itcach ItcachNew IteachXew Itencliew
New ew York YorkChatham YorlChathaJR YorkChatham
Chatham MassTDec ass ass Dec 20 OTlae The Peary Pearyarctic PearyArctic Pearyarctic
arctic steamship steasai Roosevelt hound houndfrom ua uafrom und undfrom
from Sydney C R Do B for Or New York Yorkpassed YorkpusH Yorkpassed
passed here yesterday and aJlduked asked to be bereported Itereported bereported
reported The steamship was proceed proceeding proeee4In proceedIng ¬
ing In < at a fair rate of speed and there therewas therewas therewas
was nothing about her appearance to toindicate toiadkate toIndicate
indicate that she had experienced any anydifficulty anyclUlleulty anydifficulty
difficulty on her voyage down the thecoast tbecoast thecost
coast It appeared app ared probable that she shewould shewould shewould
would have excellent weather during duringthe durlagthe tiuringthe
the remainder of r her run runThe ruaThe runThe
The Roosevelt anchored off Pollock PollockRip PollockRip PollockRip
Rip Lightship Ughtsdplast last evening and pro proceeded proceeded proceetiM ¬
ceeded westward over the shoals this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning morning with a moderate southeast southeastwind 100theaatvlnd couthenatwind
wind She passed Shovelful Lightship Lightshipat
at 815 1 oclock and had daylight for the thepassage thepnSlar thepassg
passage through Vineyard Sound She Shewill Shewill he hewill
will probably rebbIv have no difficulty now in incompleting Inompletlng Ineompleting
completing the voymr to New York YorkjVTAY YorkMAY YorkMAY
Charred Body Dod of Woman Believed to toBe toBc tolIe
Be Ji t fcv ew Yorker YorkerHaafeton YorJterHIiIIeton YorkerHmleton
Haafeton P Pa Pa Dec 31 Sceut7 County Detec Detective DetecUve Detecttve ¬
tive Jones diecorered a a dew c1ewtD today 1Q that thatmay thatmqsolve thatmay
may mqsolve solve the mystery surrounding the thedeath theI
I death of the woman whose charred body bodyvras bodrwa bodywas
was found in the woods near here a few fewdays fewdap fewdays
days ago agoHe agoHe agoHe
He believes the victim was was a 5 woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who eloped with a man from New N w York Yorktwo Yorktw Yorktwo
two tw months ago and came to Hazteton HaztetonThe HazletonThe HazietonThe
The murder he believe was committed committedFriday committedFrld committedFridLy
Friday Frld or Saturday night In the Italian Italianquarters IttI1Iaaquarters Italianquartess
quarters of this city either by the Black BlackHand BlackHand BlackHend
Hand or friends of the tJteh1l8baDd husband who is isstill Isstill Isstill
still in New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The body was oS Identified today by b7man a aman aman
man as that of the eloping woman who whowore Who1ore whowore
wore a No 1 lah shoe e the same as found on onthe onthe onthe
the body y Another man will be brought broughthere brouPthere broughthere
here to view vie the remains remal The man ma who whocame whocame whocame
came here with the woman disappeared d a aweek aweek aweek
week ago agoFamily agoPamilz go go1amn
Family 1amn Pursued Pnr ued liy 1 Death DeathSaHslwiry DeathSaHslu DeathSalisbury
Salisbury SaHslu N C c Dee The body of ofS orS ofS
S S J L Swieegood Swl O aged seventynine oentynlne and andie andone andone
one ie of the curs s beet known men was wasbunted wasburJed wasbusied
bunted this morning This marks the thedeath thedeatk thedeath
death of four fourmembers members of this prominent prominentfamily prominenttamtl3 prominentfamily
family within three tjire months Lloyd Swice Swieegood Swicegood Swicegood ¬
good a JIOIt on OL wftsTcffled was 1d idlied ed In inn a brawl In New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans the latter part of September His Hismother Hismother Hismother
mother died dled a few days later not know knowing knowIng knowlug ¬
ing of her sons death and a grand granddaughter granddaugItr granddaughier ¬
daughter died in October OctoberOrder Octoberf OctoberOrder
Order TJie Wainhlnjrton Herald de delivered elelivered ilellvered ¬
livered at ntyur > your residence dniiji d thii i md tItdday P Pday Swt Swtd
day d y 35c 5c per pbr month Telephone me Main w 3
Writ Vrlt of Distrinpns DI trlnsa Unused Since SinceWashingtons SlnceVushlnJtonft SinceWashingtons
Washingtons Time TimeWilkesbarre rimeWUkesbnrre limeWllkosbarro
Wilkesbarre PA Dee 2 2qA < J A writ of ofdistringns ofllstringtls ofdistringag
distringns the first requested requeJtedfn reqnest dIn in Amer America AmerIca AtnerIon ¬
ica since the year year before Washington Washingtonwas
was made the first President and then thenao
ao old a legal form that it had long longfallen longfallen longallan
fallen Into disuse was refused today toda by byJudge byJUdge byJudge
Judge WHeaton of this thfsclt city It was wasa waswrit wasa
a writ to compel Sheriff Davjs to sell soilthe sellthe sellthe
the personal property of a church churehupon churehuponWhich upon uponwhich uponWhich
which he had levied leiedJ and andproviding providing for forIds forhis j jhis
his arrest by Coroner Dodson If he hefalled hefailed j
failed to do so soJudgo soJudge j jJudge
Judge Wheaton quoted from a case caseIn easeIn j jin
in the English courts in tho t1l1 third year yearof 1 yearof < 1 1of
of the reign of Queen Aiirre Anrlc and con concluded concluded concluded ¬
cluded that the facts in the present presentease presentease presentease
ease did ddnot not warrant the Issuing of ofsuch otsuch ofsuch
such a writ as desired desiredDOG desiredDOG < lo lrod lrodDOG
Owner o YJler Amazed Am a < < 1 Will Use U8 < XRny to toDiscover toDlKeoer toDlncoicr
Discover More MoreBoston JloreBoston MoreBoston
Boston Dec 30 20Mrs Mrs Lou Burton of ofthis ofUria ofthis
this city fe abeut to have Xrnys turned turnedon turnedon turnedon
on her pet blackandtan Fannie to see seeif seeIf seeif
if she contains any an more diamonds Dur During DurIng Durbig ¬
ing the past week the dog has coughed coughedup
up two of the precious stones worth worthabout Worthabout worthabout
about 31 S 80 apiece Where the animal got gatthe gotthe gotthe
the stones stnests is s a mystery Mrs Burton has hasrefused h hasrefuseti s sreCused
refused to submit her pet to a surgical surgicaloperation surgicaloperatto surgicaloporato
oporato operation to see if she s shp really Is a diamond diamondntlna dImondmine diamondmine
mine mineFIVE mineFIVE ntlna ntlnaFIVE
Services for Dead Diplomat at Muk Mukden 1 Nukden Iuk Iukden ¬
den Are Planned PlannedWill PlannedUt PlannedWill
Will Ut Be Rcmcmlicrcil Rcmcm lJcrct1 in Manchuria MnnchnrlnXew llnnclmrlaC ManchuriaYew
C Yew York Paria Parl Santa Barbara Barbaranml Bnrbarnnnll Barbaraand
and Ttlndisoii Wis Vis liy IJ Friends FriendsNew FriendsNow FriendsNow
Now York Dee 21 fFuneral Funeral servi serviwill servIces Hrvleeswill servIceswill
will be b held in five widely separated Hpanuedparts HpanuedpartsGf parts partsof partsof
of the world for Nelson Fairehitd ofj ofjthis Of OfthI8 ofthis
this city the American vice consul at atMukden atMukden
Mukden Manchuria Mr lr FaIrchild was waskilled Waskilled waskilled
killed in Manchuria on Sunday accident accidentally aecldentaUy accidentally ¬
ally by a a shot from his own pistol pistolService pisto1ServieeB pletolServices
Service will w l be held here at the Church Churchof Churchof Churchof
of the Heavenly Rest tomorrow night nightwhich nlfbtwhich nightwhich
which will be conducted by the Rev Dr DrMorgan DrMorgan DrMorgan
Morgan the the thrector rector His HI father Charles CharlesFairchiW CrlesFairellftc1 CharlesFatrehiW
FairchiW a broker broker at 21 Wall All street his hisbrothers hIsbrothers hisbrothers
brothers Charles and Gordon the tat tati latter hatter
i ter a a student IltudJl1t at Harvard will attend attendthis Attetldthis attendthis
this service His mother and sister Mrs MrsP MrsP Irs IrsP
P B Fuller FuJI who are in Santa Barbara BarbaraCaL Barb8nICal BarbaraCal
CaL will attend service there while wb e his hisi hiabrotj hisbrot4ler
i brother brotj Blair Blal exconsul RSUI in Persia Persia will at attend at attend attend ¬
tend a service In Paris ParisThe ParisThe ParisThe
The burial will take place in Mukden Mukdenwhere Xukdeawhere Mukdeawhere
where the members of the embassy will willattend winattend willattend
attend a service servcs One 0 will alec be heM heMIn JtaklIn heMIn
In Madison Wis WI whore he has h hnlatlves many manyrelatives manyrelatives
relatives and which was wa the home of ofhis orhis ofhis
his uncle unck the late Gen Lucius Fairchild FalrehlMformer hJreIt11dformer Fairchildformer
former consul to Spate SxI and consul oo at atLiverpool atLtvrpeo atL4verpeol
Liverpool LiverpoolMr LtvrpeoMr
Mr Fairchfld was twentyeight twen et l years yearsold yearsold yearsold <
old old and 00 was U born in Intllis this city He Heua was wasgraduated wasgraduated
graduated ua ted from Harvard in ISM 11 and en entered entend j jtered
tered the diplomatic service at once He Hewas Heu Hewas
was u connected with 1tb the embassy to Tur Turkey TurkfY Turkey ¬
key under Spencer Eddy when ben Miss Stone Stonewas Stonewas j jwas
was kidnapped kIdnnp by brigands and had some somepart somepart j
part In her rescue He also served with withMs wtthbcot withhis
Ms brother er Blair when the hitter was washv VIIS11I wasIn
hv 11I Persia p He received his appointment appointmentto
to Mukden in September SeptemberREFUSES SeptemberItEFUSES September1BPUSES
Judge Aldrich of IVerr ew Hamitlilre HamitlilreDecline IhnnRl1lrcDecUuei llnnislilreDeehiueM
Decline to Run RunBoston RunB RunBosto
Boston B c Dec OfJudg Judge Edgar Aldrich AMrichof Aklrtcbof Aldrichof
of the United Dited Stales Circuit Court of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boston oston district annooncd tonight tonightthat ieRightthat tnnightthat
that he was as not a candidate for the theUnited theCulled I IUnited
United States Senate ha New Hampshire Hampshireto Hansedttreto
to succeed Senator Bnraham Judge JudgeAldrichs JudgeAldrichs I
Aldrichs home h Is in Littleton N H and andhas aadhas andhas
has frequently been mentioned as a pea possible peaWe peaoible ¬
sible We candidate Judge JtldpA1drteh Aldrich says In hihis InJWI Inhis
his letter letterI
I assure you that I am not unappre unappreciative unappredative uppre uppredative
dative of f the honor involved In the sug suggestion auggMioa suggeetlosi ¬
gestion of my m name in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the United States Senatorship especially especiallywhen c especiallywhen peelally peelallyWhen
when I reflect r eet upon the present aspect aspectof Ctof aspectof
of public affairs In view of the t e nature natureof natureof natureof
of the questions now forcing themselves themselvesupon tfiemselvesupon tfemse1yesupon
upon the government no man should turn turnaside turnukIe turnaside
aside from such a question que ti n of candidacy candidacyhat candldacrbat candidacybut
hat under the present pre ent situation in New NewHampshire NewHamPflhIre NewHampshire
Hampshire there are personal considera considerations OORSideration conelderafloes ¬
floes which hleh make the idea Of of my candi candidacy candidacy candidacy ¬
dacy at this time inadmissible inadmissibleI lnadmt581bleRO inadmissibleBOBBED
Former Baltimore Man Inn Wills iIIR Insur Insurance Inmrnncc InicurUlIC ¬
ance UlIC to t Friend Who Aided Him HimSpecial Himipe BluRSpdaI
Special to TIle roe iVaabtoptou cJa Herald HeraldBaltimore 11111IIIIBaltimore inaiBaltimore
Baltimore Dec 29 aA A message was re received re received recelved ¬
ceived here tonight of the suicide in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York of Alfonso Vandertorten formerly formerlyof
of this city He committed suicide by byturning bytumln byturning
turning tumln on the gas in a lodging lodgf house houseA houseA houssA
A will written in a memorandum book bookgave bookgave bookgave
gave his life insurance of which be car carried curled carned ¬
ned several lIeyera thousand dollars to John JohnMunter JohnMunter JohnMunter
Munter 2397 OT East Baltimore street this thiscity tltlsdb thiscity
city The scrap of paper stated that thatMwtter tkatM1Iater thatMuster
Muster had done him a favor some me years yearsago yearsago ears earsaco
ago and nd this was the only reward he hecould hecould hocould
could give giveVandertorten JlveVandertorten giveVaudertorten
Vandertorten had been vainly looking lookingfor Jooklngfor lookingfor
for work and last week had been robbed of ofall ofall ofall
all We remaining money 185 He grew grewdespondent gNWde grewdespondent
despondent de pcmdent and according to the papers papershe pApershe papershe
he left carefully planned his own death deathCUTS deathCUTS deathCUTS
Charley Soon Americanized Chinn Chinnnmii Chinnnlnn Chinaluau
luau Attempts Death DeathNew DeathNew DeathNev
New York Dee 29 2LHounted 8Hounc Hounded ed the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police 1oMeve uy highbinders a pros prosperouslooking prosperouslookIng prosporouslooking ¬
perouslooking Americanized China Chinaman Chinaman Chinaman ¬
man whose name is supposed to be baCharley beCharley beChancy
Charley Soon tried to kill Ximaelf in inhis 111his Inhis
his room in the Central Hotel at Third Thirdavenue ThIrdavenue Thirdavenue
avenue and Ono Hundred and Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet Slxtenthtrect Sixteenthstreet
street early eAr this morning by cutting cuttinghi cuttinghis
hi his throat with a penknife > enknlfe He is now nowin nowIn nowin
in the Harlem Hospital In a serious seriouscondition serlouconc1ltion seriouscondition
condition conditionFor conc1ltionFor conditionFor
For the purpose it is supposed of ofmaking ormaktn ofmaking
making maktn his death ooth doubly sure the theChinaman theChhmman theChinama
Chinaman Chinama set fire to the bed clothes in inhis inhis inhis
his room and it was the smoke from fromthe fromtlte fromthe
the are Are titat led to the th finding of the theOverdnc tltemaR theman
Overdue Steamer Steam i Arrives ArihC3SettJeWASh ArrivesSeattle ArrivesSeattle
Seattle SettJeWASh Wash Dec e 2i ST Th To overdue overduesteamer o81duestfAmer overduesteamer
steamer Pennsylvania from Valfiez ValfiezAlaska V VhldesAlaska ldez ldezAlaska
Alaska arrived this nturning She was wasleaking waglklng wasleaking
leaking and had been delayed by bad badweather badweather 8tI 8tIweathpr
weather She carried 200 passengers and
tooJ 00000 in gold dust dustPHONE dustOKALON
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1 Hadrfra I CSarafc 1 1la SH Smtin Smtinrackcg
la UadEcd cd fur 5k s4iIment tement mmt if derired
State Senator AckermanWill AckermanWillNot Aekeiuiau CkelUlanVillN Will WillNot
Not N ot Abide Abi 1 by Caucus CaucusIS
Announcement of Intention to Bolt Bolt3Iny Dolt31ny BoltMay
May Sound Dcatlr Dcnthx DeathKnell < Knell ncll of Insur Insurance Insnrance Insuronce ¬
ance President Chances ChancesOpposi ChancesOpposition Opposi Opposition OpPolitloll ¬
tion Not iotflnl4etl Based on Personal Grounds GroundsSays GroundNSns Groundssays
Says the L siHlntor siHlntorElizabeth giKlatorElizabeth gislatorElizabeth
Elizabeth N J JrDoa Dec 20 2OJohnF John F Drydens Dry Drydens Drydens
dens chances for reelection in January Januaryto
to be United States Senator always slim slimsince slimsince
since the November oloctions ol tlons apparently apparentlyfailed apparQntlyfeded
failed away today to day when State Senator SenatorErnest SenatorBrne SenatorE
Ernest E iest t R Ackerman of this coupty said saidhe saidhe
he would not be bound by the ctvucus Jcus of ofthe Oftho ofthe
the Republican members of the legisla legislature legisiature ¬
ture of 1897 should the majority declare declarefor declarefor
for Dryden DrydenSenator DrdenSenator DrydenSenator
Senator Ackerman was asked what he hewould hewould
would do in such a contingency contingencyI c tingoncy
I havr hft hatf > not mado mad up my ny mind whether whetherI
I shall enter the caucus or not he ro roplled ropiled roplied
piled but If I do it will bo with the un understanding understandinl understanding ¬
derstanding that I an alI not to be bound boundby boundb boundby
by b the vote vot of the caucus caucusAckerman caucusAckerman caucusAckerman
Ackerman has frequently mode known knownhis l knownhis nown nownhis
his opposition to Dryden but the Dry Dryden Dryden Dryden
den men always said there was no fear fearf reelrIf fearof
If of f his bolting the caucus In which Dry Dryden Dryd8ll Dryden ¬
den would easily e lly have a majority They Theyexpected Thoyexpectec1 Theyexpected
expected Ackerman to fall in line with withthe withthe withthe
the members mem ers from the rural counties in inSouth InSouth InSouth
South Jersey who nearly all favor favor the thelife thelife thelife
life Insurance Cc president presidentI
HI I consider can lder a caucus continued Mr MrAckerman MrAckcrman MrAckerman
Ackerman should register the will of ofthe otUte ofthe
the people and in it we should be gov governed governed goterned ¬
erned entirely by tho wishes of o our con constituents constltuents constituents ¬
stituents stituentsSentiment stltuentsSentiment stituentsSentiment
Sentiment In Anrnlnnt Him HimNow HimNow HimSNow
Now there can be no manner of doubt doujjtthat dou doubtthat l lthat
that the sentiment in Union County is isstrong Isstrong IsStrong
strong against the reeleVstion reeIetIon of Mr Dry Dryden DQden Dryden ¬
den and for that reason I am opposed to tohim tohim tohim
him 1 1 want It distinctly understood understoodthat understoodtbat understoodthat
that my opposition is i not based on any anypersonal anypersonal anypersonal
personal grounds but is simply and only onlydue onhdue onlyde
due to the fact that the public sentiment sentimentin
in my county is undoubtedly undoubted opposed to tohie tohlB tohis
his reelection Every day da I am m receiv receiving recetvIn recev recevlug ¬
lug In letters from citizens In all grades of oflife orlife oflife
life telling me how disastrous to the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future success of the Republican party partyhie pArtybMi partyhis
his return to the Senate would be beAlthough beAUoota beAlthough
Although < h I have bav received a large num number number numher ¬
ber of letters expressing opposition to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Dryden and asking me to vote voteagainst voteanlnet ote otea
against a lnst him I have not received a single singlecommunication stnglecommumcatloft singlecommunIcation
communication in his favor or asking me meto meto meto
to vote for him Besides ne ldes these written writtencommunications writtencolRmu writtencommunIcations
communications colRmu ktton I have been spoken to toby toby
by many man of the citizens of o my county on onthe GIthe opthe
the subject aad they too almost in invariably invarlaWy invariably ¬
variably expressed PX opposition to Sir SirDrydens MrDrydenz Ir IrDryden
Dryden reelection reelectionOther reelectionOthers I IOther
Other Will Boll oH Dryden DrydenThere DrydenThere DrydenThere
There are fortyfour fortyC r Republicans in the thenext thenext thenext
next legislature latUTe Senator Colby of Bs Bssex EsHC a asex
sex and Assemblyman A mblyman Fake of Bergen Bergenwill Bergenwill Bergenwill
will bolt the caucus if Dryden is its itschoice 1t5choice Itschoke
choice Dryden would Mill have a a ma majority mAl mAljorlty msjority ¬
jority of one on Joint ballot but it is ispretty Ispretty ispretty
pretty well understood In this county that thatAssemblyman thatAMMm thatAjeeinblynian
Assemblyman AMMm bJlHUt Randolph Perkins whtf whtfwas w1l6as whdwas
was as Republican leader In the last House Housewill HOUMin Housevllt
will in have nothing to do with the caucus caucusthat caucusthat caucusthat
that that is for Dryden Perkins was asked askedtoiitty R askedtoday hd hdtottay
today the same questions q question lon aa was put tut ut to toAckerman toAekermaa ieAckerman
Ackerman He replied repliedIf replieduIt
uIt If emphasis on th thi if if I go into intoth intotM intothe
th tM caucus to take part p fn Its Usproc proceedings proceedingsand proceedingsand dl lfS lfSaDCl
and vote Toteon on the nominations of a United UnitedStates UnltetlStates UnitedStates
States Senator I shall abide by the de decision de dedsIoo dodalon ¬
cision of the caucus caucusAckerman caueueAckermaa caucusAckerman
Ackerman and Perkins have trained to together 10tetber totether ¬
tether In legislative e matters and Perkins Perkinshas Perkinsbas Perkinshas
has received hundreds of letters asking askinghint uklngblnt askinghim
hint to vote against t Dryden DrydenWITNESS DrydenWITNESS DrydenIITNBSS
Ellis Wooster Says Col Mann Wrote WroteThem WroteThem WroteThem
Them on the Ward Letter LetterCreator LetterCrcator LetterCreator
Creator of Fads and anfllanele1ll Fancies Relates nclatcsHow ItelatesHow RelatesHow
How Publisher of Town Topic TopicCame TOIleGame TopicsCame
Came to Write rite 0 K I W V D 31 31New JINew MNew
New York Dec 30 2OThe The x trial of Col ColWillEbn ColVtm CclWiluhim
WillEbn Vtm m D DAhton Alton Mann editor of Town TownTopics TownTopics TownTopics
Topics OR the charge of perjuring him himself himself hintself ¬
self at the trial of the criminal crlmi IlI libel suit suitof suitof suitof
of Justice Deuel against Norman Hap Hapgood nRpwas Hapgood
good was resumed med this morning before beforeRecorder beforeRecorder beforeRecorder
Recorder Goff in the Court of General GeneralSessions GeneralSessloJis GeneralSessiops
Sessions SessionsAssistant SessloJisAssistant SessiopsAssistant
Assistant District Attorney Garvan first firstcalled firstcaned firstcalled
called Mesas Ellis Wooeter Voo ter to the stand standThe standThe standThe
The witness said that he had been asso associated 35SOclated assoelated ¬
elated with CoL C l Mann for two years yearsfrom yearsfrom oors oorsfrom
from 1901 1 to IMS 1W and again in 1 l94 He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was shown sho the exhibit the Reginald ReginaldWard RegInaldWard ReginaldWard
Ward letter with the the O K K and W WD WD T TD
D M on it which Col Mann denied denl d he heI head hehad
I had written writtenWooster wrtttenrooster writtenrooster
rooster said he had hadroceived received the latter latterin latterIn letterin
in Boston that he took it to Col Mann MannIwho Mannwhoread Mannwhchread
Iwho whchread read it It and aDd then took a pencil and andfixed andftxed andfixed
fixed his O K K and initials upon it It The Thewitness ThewltnQSs Thewitness
witness declared dec ared this had been done in inCOL InCOl inCot
COL Manns office officeAfter o IceAiter educeAfter
After Wooster had identified the paper paperagain paperagain paperagain
again Mr Garvan rend the letter in inwhich Inwblch inwhich
which Ward thanked Wooster for the thekind thekJnd thekind
kind of things he was going to soy about abouthim abouthim abouthim
him in Town Topics and asked to be put puton puton puton
on the papers subscription list listContinuing JIitContinuing listContinuing
Continuing Id his testimony Wooster said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that Col Mann badtoia him to take the theletter theletter theletter
letter to the circulation department which whichhe whichbe whichhe
he did didWootter didWooster didWooster
Wooster saw Ward in London In Feb February February Fobruary ¬
ruary 1688 i5 On his return he said he hetalked hetalked hetalked
talked with Cot Mann about the inter interview Inter1ew Interview ¬
view and told him that he had told toldCount toldCount toldCount
Count Ward that he would arrange to tohave tohave tohave
have reading notices in the editorial col columns columns cclumna ¬
umns of Town Topics about his mining miningproperties miningpropertfes miningproperties
properties for a consideration Ward had hadagreed hadagreed hadagreed
agreed to give stock In the themlnes mines Wit Witness WltI1ftS Witness ¬
ness said Cot Mann agreed to the propo proposition proposition propositlon ¬
sition and the articles booming the min mining minIng mliilug ¬
ing properties were published and the theconsideration lheCO theconsideration
consideration CO delivered by Count Ward In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the shape sb pe of 10800 shares sharesMr sharesMr sharesMr
Mr Garvan then read a letter written writtenby writtenby writtenby
by Wooster on March f20 20 O 1903 on letter letterpaper letterpaper letterpaper
paper of Town Topics and addressed to toCount toCount toCount
Count Ward In which the writer had told toldthe toldthe toldthe
the recipient that lie h had talked over the thematter themtitter them
matter m tter of the Rico syndicate with CoL CoLMann CollIann CoLMann
Mann and was ready to tobogln bogin negotlar negotlarlions negoUutiaraS negoti negotitlors
lions relative to th t116 t disposal of the thestock
stock stockThis stockThis stockThis
This letter was also identified JdoI tlficd by the thewitness thewitness thew1tnez
witness as his hisPicks hisPlckf hisPicks
Picks Up J n Rembrandt for a Trifle TrifleBrussels TrifleRr TrifleBrussels
Brussels Rr ssels Dec 30 2UThe The usher of the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Deputies today bought for a atrifle atrlfie atrifle
trifle a picture of priests playing cards cardsThe cardsThe cardsThe
The newspapers say that it has now nowbeen nowbeen nowbeen
been discovered that the painting is the thework thework tilework
work of Q Rembrandt The Theowner owner has been beenoffered beenorrertd beenoffered
offered Jf oeOOO OL 000 for the picture pictureI pIcture pIcturen pIcturetn
I An tn n aquarium TUb KOlclfisliex make makeflae mnktICAu mnkesfine
fine Christmas ri8tmlS present Schmfds Scl1 nlda Bird
Store Store712 Store1121thst 712 12th sU
Noted Note oted < 1 Divines Assist Ajisiatln in Services for forLate forLate I ILate
Late Army Arm Chaplain ChaplainNew ChaplainN ChaplainNjw
New N w York Dec 20 20The The funeral tunernlot tunernlotBishop of ofBishop ofBishop
Bishop Charles Cardwell Cardw l1 McCabe took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place tonight at S oclock in SL St Pauls PaulsM PaureM PaulsM
M B Church The coffin was brought broughtfrom broughtfrom broughtfrom
from the house if t E M F Miller at 737 737Loxington 791Loxlngton 797Lexington
Lexington avenue aenu It was met at the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church door at 8 oclock by the pall pallbearers palli pallbearcrsJudge ¬
i bearers bcarersJudge Judge E H Gary A H D DHaven DHaven DHaven
Haven Alfred Galer of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSamuel PhlIadelphIujSamuel PhiladelphiaSamue
Samuel Shaw George Bodlne Thomas ThomasBradley ThomasBradle ThomasBradley
Bradley Bradle C P Spear John D Slayback SlaybackW Slaybackw
W V H Romtisch of Philadelphia E M MF lIF Is IsF
F Miller and Clarence D Antrim The Themourners The Themourners Themourners
mourners will accompany the body bodyTho bodyThe bodyThe
The opening sentences were pronounced pronouncedby
by Bishop Goodsell of Boston Bishops BishopsIseoley BishopsNeotey BishopsNeoley
Iseoley of South America and Basnford Basnfordof
of China read from the Scriptures ScripturesBishop ScripturesBishop ScripturesBishop
Bishop Andrews made an address re recalling recalling rocalling ¬
calling the prominent services of the thedeceased thedocensed thedeceased
deceased Bishop Fowler sent a mes message message message ¬
sage extolling the services of Bishop BishopMcCabe BishopMcCabe BishopMcCabe
McCabe Dr Buckley editor of the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Christian Advocate and Dr DrKelly DrKelly DrKelly
Kelly of trfe Advocate Ad cntc also spoke of ofBishop ofBishop ofBishop
Bishop McCabes career Rev Re Dr George GeorgeP
P Eckman the pastor pronounced the thebenediction thebenediction thebenedicuon
benediction benedictionThe benedictionThe benedicuonThe
The services were attended by a large largenumber 1argcnumber largenumber
number of clergymen from New York and andelsewhere andelsewhere andelsewhere
elsewhere who had been personal friends friendsIn
In most cases of the departed departedThe departedThe e eThe
The body will IHJ taken to Philadelphia Philadelphiatomorrow Phlladalphlatomorrow Philadelphiatoinorrow
tomorrow and will lie in tho Arch Street StreetChurch StrtetChurch StreetChurch
Church until noon On Saturday after afternoon aftornoon alternoon ¬
noon the Interment will take place at atRose atRose atRose
Rose Hill Cemetery C meteI Evansville Ills Ills1IND IllsMIND ills14IND
Friend Six Blocks Blooks 1ocks Away Responds Respondsto
to Strange reeling of Danger DangerArrives DangerArrhcH DangerArrives
Arrives Breathless r itth1c = n as Robber la laAbout 111About IsAbout
About to Strike Down Ills Vic Victim Vietim Ic IctJm ¬
tim with a Wrench WrenchNow WrenchNew 9reneb 9renebNow
Now York Dec 31 2kMrs Mrs Paulino Bon Eonnano Bonnano Bonnano
nano the young sister er of Sheriff Creamer Creamerof
of Brooklyn Br Gktyn who was murderously inurdor usly at attacked attAcked attacked ¬
tacked by y her coachman Charlos S Duke Dukeowes Duke Dukeowes Dukeowes
owes her life to the fact that the con consciousness contdoU8nest conscIouencs ¬
sciousness that she was In peril reached reachedher roorhedher reachedher
her friend Mrs DI JBtauai by thought thoughttransference thoughttnulSCerence thoughttransference
transference transferenceMrs tnulSCerence1Irs transferenceMrs
Mrs Di Blauei lives six blocks away awayfrom avayfrom awayfrom
from Mrs Bonnanos home and almost at atthe attile atthe
the very moment that her assailant as8 llnnt was wasready wasready nasready
ready to strike Mrs Bonnano down with withnkey Vo1tha witha
a monkey nkey wrench Mrs Irs DI Blausl re received received received ¬
ceived a psychic rchic warning that her friend friendwas friendwas rhmdVI
was VI in danger dangerWithout dan dangerWithout er erWithout
Without hesitating an instant ln Mrs Irs Dl DlBlausl D DBlaust DiBisust
Blausl fled from the house e and ran all allthe allthe allthe
the way a to the home of Mrs Bonnano BonnanoShe BormanoShe BonnanoShe
She reached the door and pulled the door doorhell doorbell doorbell
bell J just t as Duke was v about to smash smashthe 51T 1tshthe eniashthe
the monkey wrench against t Mrs Bon Bonnanos BonItaBOS Eon1150s ¬
nanos head Duke dropped the monkey monkeywrench monkeywrench monkeywrench
wrench and fl OO OOIn fledliiis d dMrs
Mrs Bonnano became unconscious uftCOlMMlousfew a afew afew
few minutes later The robber has not notbeen Mtbeen notbeen
been captured though chase datu was imme immediately Immodlately Immediately ¬
diately begun beanoMrs bepnMrs begunMrs
Mrs Boanaaos DoIa husband Js Jf a wealthy wealthyItalian woaUhyItaJhn wealthyItaihu
Italian lawyer who act ae acts 6 as interpreter interpreterin
in the Childrens Court They TIHt live liv at 283 283JCfghtyuixth MIa 2 2Eightysixth
JCfghtyuixth Ia y lxU street Bay Ridge The Thecoachmans rbeeoaebBNtft Thecoachmans
coachmans name is Charles F Duke DukeJust DukeJuet DukeJust
Just after dosing the door of the houee houeeto houteto I
to go shopping Mrs rs Bonnano was called calledhack calledhack I Iback
hack by Duke When she reentered the thehouse Utebou thehou
house hou g Duke stemmed the doer shut shutgrabbed shU4 shU4gntlHtecl shutgrabbed
grabbed her by the throat thrOt and struck struckher truckher struckher
her In the face rcewlth with 1J1goAtK 1J1goAtKThe bIsiItThe lib At AtThe
The woman fell against a the newel post postof postof postof
of the staircase and at the game me time timeBegan time1Jean timebegan
began Began screaming whereupon the coach coachman COftchman coachman ¬
man reached for a a wrench with which to tostrike toatrtke tostrike
strike her herServants hert herServants
Servants t and neighbors HIgh rushed to Mnj MnjBonnaixxs IsirnBoftnnts Ir IrBoftnaU
Bonnaixxs < s aid but did not reach her heruntil heruntil he heuntil
until after Duke had lied ed H through the theback thebeek thebock
back door Patrolman Johnson who was wasnear wasDear wasnear
near fcy 8eJIt ent for the reserves but they theywere theywere theywere
were unable to find Duke DukeWIFE DukeWIFE DukeWJEE
Refuses to Accept Alleged Corpse of
Spouse SponseToledo SpoutteToledo SpouseToledo
Toledo Ohio Dec S9SetwatIonal de development de deelopmenbB dovelopmnts ¬
velopment are looked for at Bryan Ohio OhioIn ObloIn Ohioin
In congruence con equence of the attempt to bury buryth burythe burythe
the th body of a man supposed supp ed to be that of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John P Long which was brought from fromCamden fromCamden fromCamden
Camden N NJ J T Tbo T Th e Identification of the thebody the1MHIy thebody
body had been accepted by all save his hiswife hIswife hiswife
wife who sued for or a divorce before Long Longdfeapeared LonSdlllttpeared Longthlsapeared
dfeapeared dlllttpearedse thlsapearedSite dfeapearedShe
She se refused to accept the body until untilshe untilshe untilshe
she saw it It When When she did she proved provedthat proyodthAt provedthat
that the body was that of another man manthan mantMn manthan
than bar hueband Dr James Long a acousin acousin acousin
cousin of the missing ml elllg man who brought broughtback broughtback broughtback
back his supposed body to Bryan again againwent Againwont againwont
wont East with the body which had been beenpicked beonpicked beenpicked
picked up beside a railroad track In InCamden in inCamden n nCamden
Camden CamdenPo
Positive Po itlve in Identification IdentificationCamden IlCfltIflcntIOnGainden tlenttflcntlonCamden
Camden N J Dec Sfc 24coronc 20Coronets 20CoronetsPhysician oronens oronensPhysician s sPhysicIAn
Physician Kirk says that the body Iden Identified Identiflod idontided ¬
tided by Dr James Long as thatrof his hisootisin hiscot hisco
ootisin cot co sln un John Long a a missing druggist druggistwas druggistwas druggistwas
was the one shipped to Bryan Ohio the themissing themissing themissing
missing mans home homeDr homeDr homeDr
Dr Long was certain of the identi identification Identification Identlficatien ¬
fication Dr Kirk said uand1nstructed uand1nstructedus and andhnstructed andhnstructedus lnstructed lnstructedus
us to ship the body bodyDr bod bodDr bodyDr
Dr Kirk said he knew of no mistake mistakethrough mistakethrou mistakethrough
through throu h which a wrong body bod was shipped shippedCATTLE snlppqdCATTLE shippedCATTLE
Land Fraud Frau < Cn Cases c In Nebraska Re Renlt RcHult Resuit
suit nlt In Conviction ConvictionOmaha ConlctlonOmaha ConvictionsOmaha
Omaha Nebr Dee 20 2OA A verdict of ofguilty oCguiltY ofguilty
guilty was as returned in the Federal court courtlate courthlte courtlate
late this afternoon against the land cat cattle cattle cattie ¬
tle barons aron charged with fraudulent land landentries landentries landentries
entries and subornation of perjury perjuryThere perjuryThere perjuryThere
There were thirtysix counts against againstthem agaInstthem againstthem
them The trial has occupied occupl d several severalweaks severalweeks severalweeks
weeks and from the prominence and andwealth andwoolth andwealth
wealth of the men accused has attracted attractedwide attractedwide attractedwide
wide attention attentionThe attentlonThe attentionThe
The following are convicted Bartlett BartlettRichards BartlettRichards BartlettRichards
Richards W V G Comstock C C Jame Jameson Jnmeson Jameson ¬
son and Agusla Trtptett The maximum maximumpenalty maxImumpenalty maximumpenalty
penalty is 10000 10000 fine two years cars impris imprisonment Imprisonment Imprisonment ¬
onment or both bothThe bothThe bothThe
The convicted men have asked for a anew anew anew
Three Million Germans Indifferent Indifferentnt
nt Last Reichstnsr Election ElectionBerlin ElectionBerlin ElectionBerlin
Berlin Dec 20 OThe The government governmenthas governmenthasIssuod governmezitJiasIssued has hasissued
issued an urgent appeal to the largo num number number number ¬
ber of the electors who abstained from fromvoting fromvoting frontvoting
voting In the Reichstag elections of 1003 1003to 1003to 1D03to
to wake up inasmuch us their participa participation participation participaLion ¬
tion in the elections is necessary to In Insure insure Insure ¬
sure the new Reichstag being better than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the old oldIt oldIt oldIt
It is said that the number of Indifferent Indifferentelectors Indifferentelectors indifferentelectors
electors exceed 3000000 which Is a quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter of the entire electorate and more morethan morethan morethan
than the entire sccial Democratic vote YCte votejfi4J
jfi4J jfi4JLuA
Higgins Says Lawyer Is Not NotKesponsible NotResponsible NotResponsible
Responsible for Acts ActsDEMANDS ActsI ActsDEMANDS Act ActDEMAIdS
i I
Under Sentence of Death for Murder Murderof Murderof Inrdcrot
of William Rice lie Insists Insf t lIe HeDo lIeDoe lieDoes
Do Doe Does en Not Want Sentence Com Comntuted Cantmuted 1 1mnted
muted to Life Imprlwonment ImprbonmentExee ImprbonmentExeeuthe Exec Executixe
utixe Issues Statement StatementAlbany StatementAlbany
Albany N Y Doc 20 2OAccordlng According to toGov toGov toGov <
Gov Higgins who today commuted to tollfo toUfo tolife
Ufo imprisonment the sentence of death deathImposed deathimposed I Iimposed
imposed on Albert T Patrick for the themurder themurder
murder of the aged mllllolnafro m 111 to I nftfrQ William WilliamRice WilliamRico WilliamRico I
Rico Patrick is in a fair way to lose lo his hismind hismind j jmind
mind mindThe mindThe i iThe
The governor governor made the following decla declaration declaration declaration
ration after arter he had been informed that thatPatrick thMPatrick thatPatrick
Patrick was displeased at the commuta commutation commutation ¬
tion of otsentenco otsentencoPatrick sentence sentencePatrick sen enco encoPatrlclt
Patrick had bettor look out or he will willbo wUlbo willbe
bo in tho MatteWMi lIattew U asylum for criminal criminalInsane criminalinsane
Insane Tho strain he has been under underhas underhIlS underhas
has been practically PIRctIe lly too much for him himTheres himTheros himTheres
Theres nO Question que tfon about that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It is said that Patrick has lately ac acquired acquired acqaired ¬
quired n mania for writing letters The TheState TheState TheState
State superintendent of prisons and the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor receive letters lette almost daily from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the prisoner prisonerPatrick prisonerPntrlck prisonerPatrick
Patrick Want Pardon PardonWhen PartlonWhen PardonWhen
When informed by Warden Johnson Johnsonat
at Sing Sing prison today toda of Gov Go Big Hlggins Higgins Biggins
gins action in commuting his sentence ntence to tolife toUfe tolife
life imprisonment fm1 > rlsonment Patrick indignantly indignantlydeclared Indignantlydeclared indignantlydeclared
declared that he did not believe b Ueve it It and andwould andwould andwould
would not accept any commutation commutationI
I dont believe it said Patrick heat heatedly heatedly heatedly ¬
edly and I wont accept It t If the gov governor governor geeennor ¬
ernor ernor has commuted my sentence Im Imgoing lmgolnS Imgoing
going right on with my fight for liberty libertyor
or nothing nothingPatrick nothingPatrick nothingPatrick
Patrick will probably be placed at workin workIn work workin
in the prison proper properGov prQperGo properGov
Gov Go HiggIns Statement StntemcntIn s sIn
In commuting the sentence the gov governor governor gayennor ¬
ernor says saysAlbert S saysAflirt 8 8uAt <
uAt Albert n T Patrick has been convicted convictedof conyletedof
of the murder of William M 31 Rice Rica and andttie andthe andthe
the judgment of conviction has been af affirmed affirmed affirmed ¬
firmed by a divided court It is not notclaimed notclaImed notclaimed
claimed that Patrick Pa trick committed the mur murder murder murtier ¬
der in person on but that he procured Procured the theact theaet th thact
act to be done He ha hu been convicted convictedprincipally convictedprtnclpally convictedprincipally
principally upon the evidence of Charles CharlesF
F I Jones who confessed that he mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered his master while he hiy ht asleep in instigated Instlgated Inatlgated ¬
stigated thereto thert > 1O by Patrick and Jones Jonesby Jonesby Jonesby
by this testimony testlmon hc purchased Ma own ownImmunity ownImmunity ownimmunity
Immunity from trial or punishment punishmentNeither pun punishmentNeither JftH t tuNeither
Neither this fact alone nor the review reviewof reviewof reviewof
of any question of fact set already passed passedupon psMMupon passedupon
upon by the court at some stage sta of the theproceedings theproeeedillbs theproceedings
proceedings would seem to me to war warrant warrant warrant ¬
rant interfering with the judgment of ofdeath ofdeath ofdeath
death pronounced against the defendant defendantbat defendantbut defendantbut
but three of th the seven judges of the theCourt t11 t11Court tkcCourt
Court pf Appeals were ao strongly atro gly of the theopinion th thopinion theopinion
opinion that errors were committed tt ttthe itthe t tthe
the trial which were substantially > preju prejudicial prtjudicta prejutidal ¬
dicta to the rights of Patrick that I feel feelthat feelthat feelthat
that the death penalty ought not under underall underall
all 11 the circumstances to be Inflicted InflictedIn InftletedIn inflictedIn
In view of these facto facts and the grave gravedoubts gravdoubts gravedoubts
doubts expressed by these judges judg I nm nmsatisfied HmSAtisfied amsatisfied
satisfied that I ought to relieve the de defendant dffendant tiefondant > ¬
fendant from the extreme penalty of th thlaw the thp1Itw thelaw < >
law and commute tote sentence Je tpftce to im imprisonment Imprillonment imprisonment ¬
prisonment for life lifeWife liCevI lifeWife
Wife vI Visits bit Him him at ntPrbon ntPrbonOsstalng Prison PrisonOssfoing PrisonOssinhig
Ossfoing N Y Dec SAIbert Albert A1b T TPatrick TPatrJck TPatrick
Patrick knows his life has been spared sparedHis sparedHis 1 1HJs
His faithful faith Cui wife wife the woman he mar married married marrind ¬
ried in the Tombs after n he had been beencondemned beencondemned beencondemned
condemned to death wa was one of the first ftrstto ftratto firstto
to bear the good news to him himMrs himMrs
Mrs Patrick arrived late this after afternoon after1tOOII at ter ternoon ¬
noon and went directly lrecU to the prison prisonShe prhlonShe prisonShe
She was at once once1w Admitted to the death deathhouse cleathhouse deathhouse
house where she communicated to Pat Patrick Pa Patrick t trkk ¬
rick the action of the governor governorPatrick governorPatlek governorPatrick
Patrick did net seem to be greatly eaU sur surprised surprised norpilseti ¬
prised He received the information with withhis withhis withhis
his customary coolness His wife wta wit re remained reo reomalned restained ¬
stained with him for a considerable time timeand UmeAnd timeand
and then left the prtoon SIte refused refusedto ed edtl
to discuss her opinion of U Ute a governors governorsaction governoraetlon governorsaetion
action actionMrs aetlonMrs aetionMrs
Mrs Patrick was in the death tA house bouseabout houseabout houseabout
about an hour When she left to take the thetrain theQjn thetJs
train tJs for or New York ate he was asked eel if she shelJatT sheliITi sheIIU
lJatT IIU anything to say regarding the guy governors guycriers ov overnors ¬
ernors action actionNothing actionUNothlng actionNothing
Nothing whatever was her reply replyDid replyDid replyDIII
Did you come up to tell your OUI husband husbandthat hu husbandthat batt1that
that his sentence had been seen commuted commutedWhat commutedWhat commutedWhat
What else did you think I came for forIt forIt forIt
It was learned that Mrs Patrick bad hadbeen badbeen badbeen
been at the prison prl on on Tuesday TUelM Q but that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she told Patrick that when she saw M Mm Mmnext litmnext himnext
next she would ould nave have good news for him himMrs himMrs himMrs
Mrs Patrick was dressed entirely in inblack inblack Inblack
black She drove to the prison In a hired hiredhack hiredhack hiredhack
hack and returned to the station in the thesame thes thesame
same s me conveyance conveyanceBALTIMOaE g nveyanceBALTIMORE ejance ejanceBALTIMORE
Government Charges Two Concern Concerndtb Concernswith Concernirlth
with Violating Trust Laws LawsNew I LairsNew wlI wlINew
New York Dec 31 aThe The examination o owitnesses ot otwitnesses ofwitnesses
witnesses in the suit broght by b the the gay government go gocrnment gayernment ¬
ernment against the MacAndrews MI Andrews and andForbes andForbes andForbes
Forbes Company of this city clt the J S SYoung SYoung SYoung
Young Company of Baltimore and the thepresidents thepresidents thepresidents
presidents of those two organizations organizationswho
who are charged with violation of the theSherman theSherman theSherman
Sherman antitrust law was began to today toda today ¬
day da before Judge Hough and a jury in inthe intho inthe
the criminal branch brnlh of the United States StatesCircuit StBtetJCircuit StatesCIrcuit
Circuit Court CourtHenry CourtHenry CourtHenry
Henry M Rnu formerly yice J ce president presidentof
of the American Sugar Refining Company Companyadmitted Companyadmitted Companyadmitted
admitted that there was an agreement agreementarranged agreementarranged agreementarrmiged
arranged between the sugar refining com comliany compan cornany
pan liany any and the New York Central and Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son River railway raIlwa whereby hereby rebates were werepaid werepaid werepaid
paid to the sugar company S Hole of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Sugar Refining Company Companyconfirmed Companyconfirmed Companyconfirmed
confirmed Mr Raus testimony The hear hearing heArtng heartog ¬
tog will be continued tomorrow morning morningCHAIOERLAINS morningCHAlttBERLAINS morningCHAMBERLAINS
London Paper l nper Says Sa Stnte StntcntnnH nmn Pn Past PastIs t tIs tb
Is Blank to Him HimLondon HimLondon HimLondon
London Dec 20 DThe The long retirement of ofJoseph ofJ05eph ofJoseph
Joseph Chamberlain owing to gout and andother andother andother
other ailments has led to constant asser assertions Assertions assertions ¬
tions and contradictions regarding the thegravity thegravlt thegravIty
gravity gravlt of his condition conditionThe condItionThe conditionThe
The Chronicle states that he greatly greatlyovertaxed grcntlyovertaxed grtrttlyovertaxed
overtaxed his strength at the celebrations celebrationsin celebrnli ns nsIn
in honor of his seventieth birthday at atBirmingham atBirmIngham atBirmingham
Birmingham with the result that he lost losthis losthis losthis
his memory completely completelyThe cOJl1pletcIYThe copleteIyThe
The past 1 t became a blank to him and he hecould hecould hecould
could not remember what had taken place placeeven plnceeven placeeven
even a a few ew hours before and although althoughhis alllioushllis althoughhis
his other faculties were and are unim unimpaired unimpaIred unlmpaired ¬
paired his memory I gone goneGets goneGets goneGets
Gets Divorce antI OOOO oOOOOChicago OOOOChicago OOOOChicago
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Frances E Middleton wife of George GeorgeMiddlcton GeorgeMiddleton GeorgeMiddieton
Middlcton the ihe rich showman Mrs Mid Middleton Middleton Middleton
dleton testified that her husband forbade forbadeher forbac1ehlr forbadeher
her to speak to him two tRVOyears years ago tigo that thathe thathe thathe
he often threatened to kill her and some sometimes somtUrnes sometimes
times struck her herCoffee herCoRee herCoffee
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I Rio de Janeiro Dec 2Cf MThe < The shipment shipmentof
of coffee from thjs port portlSM 1s at a standstill standstillowing standst111to standstillowing
owing to th the r fact that the stevedores stevedoreshave stevedoreshayc stevedoreshave
have gone out on strike
A Christmas Present PresentWhich
Which will ill be appreciated by byevery byeveryone byevery
every everyone one is a aBank aBank aBank
Bank Account AccountYou AccountP
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1 in the name of a friend or orrelative orrelative orrelativewith
relative relativewith with twentyfive cents centsor centsor
or a dollar and add to it be between between between ¬
0 tween now and Christmas Christmasmorning Christmasmorning ChristmasV
V h morning as much as you wish wishThen wishThen wishI
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P in and bring your Pocket PocketSavings PocketSavings PocketSavings
Savings Bank and get a Pass PassBook PassBook PassBook
Book showing the amount amountcredited amountcredited amountcredited
credited to the recipient recipientThere recipientThere recipientThere
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J2 give givewhichwill which will be more ap appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
propriate or sensible Call Callor Canfor Callfor
for or particulars or ask our rep representative representative representativ ¬
resentative about it when he calls on you this week weekRemember weekRemember weekRemember
Remember we pay 3 300 interest on savings and lend lendyou lendyou lendyou
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like to take > which will give you ou rates and full information or oraddress oraJdre oraddrezs
address aJdre 8 B M NEWBOLD P A S E D 15th and G streets Washington WashingtonJ
PajKcnser Pn en er Traflif Tr i Manager General Passenger PtsIiJen cr Agent Philadelphia Pit iladeiphia
pany Stockholders Meeting December DecemberIt
It ISOe 1906The The annual meeting of the Stock Stockholders Stockholders Stockholders ¬
holders of the Washington Vas lngton Market Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany will be held at the office of the com company cornpony i ipsny
pony in Center Market on Seventh street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest In the city of Washington D Dt DC DC
t C at 12 oclock noon on the first Mon Monday Monda Monday
day da being the 7th day of January 1907 1907i 1007to 1907to
i to elect thirteen directors to serve rve the en ensuing ensuinS ensuing ¬
suing year ye r to vote on resolutions re to con consoiMateand consoItdateand consolk1ateaud
soiMateand refund the outstanding bonds bondsof bondsof bondsof
of the company and provide for future futurepermanent futureJerman futurepermanent
Jerman permanent nt improvements or floating in indebtedness fndebtldnHs indebtudness ¬
debtedness by authorizing an issue of ofbends ofbends ofbonds
bends to the amount of 3XKMMO 900000 secured securedby securedhy securedby
by a deed of trust on the property and andfranchise andfranchise andfranchise
franchise of the company and to act on onany onany onany
any other matter within the powers of the thecorporation thecorporation thecorporation
corporation that may IDa be brought before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the meeting EDWARD R R TINKER TINKERPresident TINKERPrfSldent TINKERPrasident
President FRANK G WILKINS Secre Secretary Secretat Secretary ¬
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