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NO80 vn + n WASHINGTON D C WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26 1906 ONE CENT
I r FASHIONABLE WIFE WIFEPROTESTS YfiPEPROTESTS
PROTESTS IN I TEARS TEARSMrs TEARSTrautman
Mrs Trautman T T11IeS n Court De Denies Denies ¬
nies fliesI 11IeS Charge of Theft TheftPACES Theftt heft heftf heftFACES
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FACES MALE ACCUSER ACCQSBBIndignant ACCUSERieQt A CC Tt Ttfri
ieQt ieQtt ieQtluclig
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Indignant luclig lndi lltl1t Because Suspected < l of ofSucli ofSuell
Sucli a CringeArrested Crime CrimeArrested CrinlcArrestetl
Arrested on Information from Peter PeterHnfan PetcrHngan PeterHagan
Hnfan Who Vbo Snld She Took Tool II lib libroclctbook HisPocketbook IM IMPockcthoolc
Pocketbook nnd X13 13 She Gets Gct Cave CaveAdjournedIlusbantl CnieAdjourned CnJcAdJonrnctllInllbnnll
Adjourned AdJonrnctllInllbnnll Ilnnuaml In Prominent ProminentPhysician ProminentrhslclanFrlcnlb ProminentPhysicianFriends
Physician rhslclanFrlcnlb Friends Come to Itcncnc Itcncncnnd UCllcncnnd
nnd Furnish Bail DaillIaK Haa Xo CounselNew Counsel CounselNew CounliclNeW
New York Dee 3fc 5WJth With her faee tear tearstained teRrstalMd tearstained
stained and looking Jookl l as Indignant as awoman a awoman aWOJnaR
woman of fire feet seven can the beauti beautiful beautiful beautlful ¬
ful wife 1te of Dr Alexander Trautman of 0Lexlncton ofdoll
doll Lexington avenue was arraigned to today todAY today ¬
day before Magistrate Finn In the Jet Jefferson Jetfersoa ef eferacHt ¬
ferson eracHt Market Police Court to answer an er a acharge acharle acharge
charge of petit larceny preferred by Peter Pe Peter Pe Peter ¬
ter J Hagan of 191 East Twentieth street streetMrs streetltIrs streetfirs
Mrs Trautman was as accompanied by Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Edward Clark Scofleld of 131 131West 131r 131r
r West T e Twentyfirst T entyftrst > street She had been beenarrested beenarrested beenarrested
arrested on Hagans charge made on Sat Saturday Saturdq Saturday ¬
urday that t she had stolen U 13 from him himIn JalmIn himin
In a hallway in West Yest Thirtyfifth street streetMrs streetIrz streetMrs
Mrs Irz Trautman was Indignant and h her herfaee herface r rface
face showed sft ed that throughout the night nightshe
f she had been crying cr1 She said Hagan Haganwould HagaJIwould Haganwould
would be sorry S he had ever brought bro bt such suchan suehan
an accusation aeev against Jnat her and that she shehad she1tid shehad
had never seen the man in her life before beforelast betwelast beforelast
last night when she was arrested arrestedFinn arresteclFinn arrestedFinn
Finn Was Vas Surprised SurprisedWhen SUrlrbcdWhen SurprisedWhen
When the case was called Magistrate MagistrateFinn MagistrateFin MagistrateFins
Finn Fin was surprised s rpriHd that Mrs Trautinan Trautinanhad Traut Trauthad Trautaanhad
had no lawyer J 7er He looked first at the thefashionably uefashionaWy thefashionably
fashionably gowned woman hi her lIerfurlined long longfurlined longfurlined
furlined coat and then at the small not nottoo BOttoo nottoo
too well dressed complainant and asked askedWho kedWho askediiho
Who hi the defendant in this case caseI cuer cuerI caseI
I awM aHl answered Mrs Trautman TrautmanIt
It is all a mlwtake mistake sir This person personhere 13011her permsherq
here her a withering look was cast at Hagan Haganwho Haganwhoseemed Haganwho
who whoseemed seemed seemed sorry he had come to court courtaccuses court courtRCCtIIMII courtaccuses
accuses me of having stolen tJ W from him himI himI
I thought him All a crazy person when he hetook hetook hetook
took hold of me meabcl and tried to get t away but buthe buthe buthe
he told me he would punch me in the
face If I made a moveThe move moveThe to toThe
The charge against Mrs Trautman Trautmanwas Trautmanwas Trautmanwas
was handed to the magistrate by
Policeman Gilligan who had Hagans Hagansstatement Hapus8tate Hagansstatement
statement 8tate ftent alleging aJl8 lng < he had been robbed of
13 by Mrs Inr Trautman on Saturday night
He was positive P in his Menti identification catlon and andsaid anelsaiel andsaid
said he would press the charge chargeGets cbal chargeGets
1 Gets Case PostponedWIen Postponed PostponedWhen PostponedWyen
When Wyen Magistrate Finn was told thatMrs that thatMrs tlaatrs
Mrs rs Trainman had been unable naWe to eora eoramunfeftte oommunlftte
munfeftte with either either her husband nel or orlawyer orAyer orlawyer
lawyer Ayer he saidMadam said saidMadam MI4IMadam
Madam I dont think you are a sec second second seeond ¬
ond Portia and realise that tba t the operations operationsand operationsand onaand
and happenings in police courts are un unknown UIIknown unknown ¬
known to you You will not be able to tocrossquestion tocro88quest1on tocrossquestion
crossquestion that man who makes thUcharge thLicharge this thischarge
charge against you U and it Is allowed that thatyou thatyuu thatyou
you can ask to have this case adjourned adjourneduntil adjourneduntil adjourneduntil
until you can get et your lawyer and have havehim have111m
him appear here for you youYour youYour ou ouY
Your Y Ur honor answered an ered Mrs IS Traut Trautinan Trautman Trautman ¬
man I know that I am not a Portia Portiabut Portiabut
but I do not have to be I can account accountfor accounttor accountfor
for everyminute every minute of the time I have spent spentfor 8Je spentfor t tfor
for the least last two weeks and on the very veryface veryfACe
J face of it any anyone one can see that this thischa thischarge
cha charge e is preposterous IKepo teroua I was III in bell bodat bellat bedat
at the time this person pe accuses me of ofhaving of118vtnbstolen ofhaving
having 118vtnbstolen stolen his money moneyOn moneyOn moneyOn
On the advice of several of the court courtofficers courtofficers cos courtofficers
officers officers and Mr and Mrs Sconeld Mrs MrsTrautman MrsTrautman Irs IrsTrautman
Trautman then asked that the magistrate magistrateadjourn maggtrateadjourn magistratadjourn e
adjourn the case until she could get et her hercounsel Molcounsel he hecounsel r
counsel and have her husband come to tocoun tocou t tcoun4 o
coun4 cou coun Magistrate Finn said that any daywouki day daywould daywould
would do so after a consultation with withher withher Ith Ithher
her friends Mrs r Trautman asked that thatthe thattbe tha thathe t
the case euebe be adjourned until Thursday ThursdaySo ThunKIaySo ThursdaySo
So be it It said the magistrate This Thiscase Thistue Th Thcase
case is adjourned until then and the same samebail sameball sa saball me
ball that was given ven in the police statiois station stationis n
is all right rt ht I guess there is no fear of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the lady not appearing appearingSHIP kppearingS ppearl ppearlSHIP
SHIP S HIP CAHgy CAPs CAP S 5THREE THREE DROWNTerritb DROWN DROWNix
ix T TTerrif 1TerllfR
Terrif TerllfR Territb fj I j pvreeps Cape Breton BretonlMlair DrctonbIn BretoIslaisi n
lMlair bIn < j is3Inch Damage DamageHar DamngcH
Har H Ha r v78c 1JIIOe + 35 5The The Island of ofC OrC o oCsl f
C C Csl j iv l f t + been in the grasp rasp of ofteirMe a aterrlne aterrWlc
terrlne terrWlc IT W k tifor + 1or the past gast three days daysand daysand
td and enorrttd Damage amage e has resulted par putleularly particularly j jtteularly
tteularly J outlying districts AH AHrailway AUrailway Ai Airailway 1
railway iNftc > 1 tbc is tied up by washouts washoutsand washoutsand washoutsand
and not a train moved today Hundreds Hundredsof Hund Hundof Fels
of section men are patrolling patrollln the roads roadsThe roadlThe roadsThe
The greatest loss Is in the interiorThree interior interiorThree interiorThree
Three homes In the fishing district of ofWestport ofWe o oWestport f
Westport We tport were saddened today by the thedrowning thedrowning th thdrowning e
drowning of William McDonald Murray MurrayGower MurrayGower Murra MurraGower y
Gower and Leslie McDonald fishermen fishermenwho ft flsher ber91en ber91enwho Thu Thuwho
who were on their way to the Banks BanksTheir B Ban BanTheir nlts nltsTheir
Their ship capsized and they perished perishedbefore perishedbefore pens pensbefore
before their comrades could reach themJACKIES them themTACKLES themJACKIES
JACKIES IN CHRISTMAS FROLICDivers FROLIC PBOHCDivers FROLICDhcrs
Divers Holiday 11011111 Contests Followsby Followed d
by 7 > y Appetizing Dinner DinnerNew DlnncrNew DinnerNew
New York Dec 35Smuggled 25 25Sm Smuggled away awaythe hi hithe Inthe
the cosiest corner of the harbor the theand men menand n nand
and officers o of Uncle Sams fine battle ship shipsquadron hIpS41uadron slit slitsquadron > p
squadron of the North Atlantic fleet eelebrated eel celebrated eelobratfHI ¬
ebrated Christmas today at the Brook Brooklyn Drooky ¬
y lyn Navy Yard YardThe YardThe YardThe
The climax of th the hilarity of the thewas crew crewwas erewwas
was marked by the breaking of the mess messpennant meeepennat mes S Spennant
pennant yardarms at noon Then they theyturned theytumed the theturned y
turned turned in for a dinner that their mouths mouthshad moot mootl1ad mouthhad s
had been watering for fer months monthsACCUSED monthsAOCUSED monthst monthsACCUSED
ACCUSED OF X50000 50000 THEFTPresident THEFT THEFTPresident
f
President of n Chicago Novelty Com Company Company Connpany ¬
pany In Arrested In New Xc YorkChicago York YorkChicago YorkChicago
Chicago Dec 25 2iPre President ldent Antanasa AntanasaJoels Antanasaools AntanasJocis a
Joels ools of the Scientific Novelty Manufac Manufacturing Manuracturing Manufaturing c ¬
turing Company of Chicago Chlea has been ar arrested arrooted a arested r
rested in New YOTP Yor oeerdin oberdisg rdlng to ad adto advices advicesto vices
to the local police poH t an alleged SQXM SQXMswindle N Nswindle 001 001swindle
swindle He wili be sent here for trial trialJoels trialTocJs trigJocis 1
Joels is s alleged to have gotten the money moneyby moneyby mone I Iby
by byTBMN false alae pretenses pre and a confidence game gameTRAIN pmeTRAIN gam gamMPS e
preLAMPS LAMPSand
TRAIN TBMNfalse JUMPS MPS TRACK 18 HURT HURTSouthern 1IU1tTSouthern HUR HURSouthern T
Southern Pacific Coaches Go Dow Dow5Foot Down Down25Foot DOTn2SFoot n
25Foot ° Embankment EmbankmentSan
San Jose ose Cal Dee 25 SoElhteen Eighteen per persons perso persons ¬
sons so s were injured several sriouy sriouysixty s stt1oU81y rtously and andsixty andsixty
sixty passengers were severely severel shak shakup sheken shekenup ken kenup e n
ni
up yesterday when two day eta coaches an anthe and andthe an1tho i
the baggage car of a Southern Pacific Pacifictrain Pact Pacttrain c ctrain
train bound from Oakland for Wrights Wrightsleft Wrightleft WrIghtsleft s
left the track on a curve and plunged plungedtwentyfive plungedtwentyfiye plungetwentyfive el
twentyfive feet down an embankment embankmentThat embenkmentThat embankmeni g
i That many were not killed te due to tofact the thefact thefact th e
fact that the train had slowed down downit as asit asit
it struck the curve curver
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WEATHER FORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of of Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaFair Fair to today today today ¬
day and tomorrow with slowly slowlyrising slowlyrising slowlyrising
rising temperature temp rattire fresh north northwesterly northwesterly northwesterly ¬
westerly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWSSUMMARY NEWSSUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHIC1Mt TELBGRAPJIIGIMra TLLIIiCRAP1i1CMrs
1Mt IMra 1 Mrs Trfctttman in Court Dentae Stal Staling StlInr SttlInk ¬
Ink 13 13IMllltore 131Viiitbnairea
1 Millionaires Sons Say He Was ras Mur Murdered Murdere llerdared ¬
dared < by Antoists Antoists1Race Antoita1Race AatolstalRaee
1Race Riot In s Mississippi Mt Bight ll ilt Na Nagroes Negroes Iv e egroes
groes Dead DeadIGrJMl DeadGrand
1 IGrJMl Grand Jury Must Act Quickly in N Nw NwYork NwYork w wYork
York Life Insurance Cases Cases1Phitedelphia esIPhiladelphia CasesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 1 Millionaire MtlU natre Released from fromInsane fr4NftIJIaae fromInsane
Insane Asylum AS1umCol AsyiumCol
2 Col Peppers Body Taken to Kentucky KentuckyS Ktuek KtuekINe Kentucky3Negro
S INe Negro o Troops 0P8 Riot at Fort Loaves Laavaaworth L LworUa Loavesth
worth worthS worUaSKIUed worth3Killed th
SKIUed S Killed While Tdle Going Go to Christmas Din Dinner Dbawere Alsncr ¬
were nerSChrtotraas wereSCh ncr3Chrktmds
3Chrktmds SChrtotraas SCh Maw Net Cetohratad la laFrance laFra faFrance
FranceFather France Fra ee ee7Pather
7 7Pather Father Rescues cnea Son from 9rM 9rM7Newport DtWi ride ridei
7Newport i wport ewpor t New Ship Yards yFtre yFtrefystwtoua FireS Fire FireS
S Mysterious Fire Destroys Lake Un Lr LinerLO v vLOCAL
LOCAL 10 GAL GALIForaker CAL1Foraker
IForaker 1 Foraker Laughs IA at President Opin Opinions OpiA10M Opinions ¬
ions 10MlIrs ions1Airs
lIrs 1 Mrs Jamee G Blame Blaine jr Is Home Home2LeRers HomeLelter3I HomeiLeitors
2LeRers Lelter3I Big Auto Kills KU Negro o Boy Do DoCanlozo BoyCardoro
2 Cardozo Trial Is Opposed 0pp0Md3LdWeI Opposed3Ldwer
3 3LdWeI Lower Price for Gas Gas Is Urged Urged2Mrs UrgedMrs UrgedMrs
2Mrs Mrs Bradley Cheered by Gifts GiftsI Gtt GttIRoad Gifts3Roads
IRoad I Roads Overpaid d for Carrying MailsiiHow Malls MallsK Mallsi
K i iiHow How Christmas Was Observed ObltenedlAdmlral Observed0Admiral
10 lAdmlral 1 Admiral Evans Indignant at CustomsOfficials Customs CustomsOfficials CustomsOfllclaJs
Officials OfficialsOvercoats OfllclaJsltOvercoats Officials14Overcoats
ltOvercoats Overcoats for Needy Boys BoysMRS Boysivorcee
I IMRS
MRS ELAINE JOINS FAMILY FAMILYDivorcee FAMILYDivoroee
Divorcee D Succeeds in Effort to Spend SpendChristmas SpendChristmas SpendChristmas
Christmas Here HereDenies HereDenies HereDenies
Denies Reports that She Contem Contemplates ContemplateN Contemplates ¬
plates Marry Marrying Ing Xew Xe ew Yorker YorkerSoon YorkerSoonMet orJ r r500nJlct
Soon 500nJlct Met by ParentsWith Parents ParentsWith ParentlJUt
With JUt the denial that she was to re remarry IemalT remarry ¬
marry soon and having > traveled more morethan morethaJI morethan
than half way 7 across the continent totake to totake totake
take dinner with her parents Mrs Mar iriartha Martha Xartba ¬
tha Hichbora Biaine arrived in Wash Washington VashIngtos WuhJngtoft ¬
ington hut night J1 ht after securing a divorce divorcefrom dtvorcefIOftl divorcefrom
from her husband James J G Blame BlaIne Jr Jrat jrat jrat
at Yankton S S Desk To enable her to tocatch toCAtch tocatch
catch a train to get t here in time for the thefamily theamily thefamily
family reunion Judge uqe Smith held an anevening aneveninc asevening
evening session of court courtMrs courtMns courtMrs
Mrs Blame was met at a t the station byher by byher byher
her parents Rear Admiral Ad ral and Mrs MrsHichborn MrsHichborn Ira IraHlehbom
Hichborn and several friends She ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived shortly after 7 oclock The motherfather mother motherfather motherrather
father and daughter tr were driven in a acarriage acarrtap acarriage
carriage direct dlreetto to the family amll home at 177 177N 17t1N 1747N
N street A Christmas Chrt tJRas dinner eIIn was in inreadiness InreacJtn
readiness reacJtn at lh file Hfehborn HJe lHtrn home It hadeen had hadbeen badbeeft
ba been b een pIaawldle ptannedr whiie the dan tiittr fci r sped spedacross epedacrou spedcross
across a the country looking forward to tothe tuthe tothe
the arrival at home The court had been beenkind beenkind beenkind
kind enough enou h to hurry the divorce hearing hearingand hearln hearlnand hearingand
and Mrs X Bistros Blaine wish wishto to be horn home on onChristmas OhChristmuwas onChristmaswas
Christmuwas Christmas was realised last night nightMrs ntptMn sightMrs
Mrs Blaine said that there was no truth truthin trutbIn truthIn
in the stories which had been circulated circulatedin
in Washington recently to tbe effect that thatshe thatshe
she was to marry a New York man Other Othermembers Othermem Othermembers
members mem rs ef the Hichborn family also de denied denie4 deied ¬
nied n ied the marriage statement statementJust atatementust
Just ust how long Mrs Blaine will remain remainat rf renninat 81nat
at her home is not known It is I said thathe that thatshe tha1she
she s he will probably spend the winter here hereand hereaJ1cl hereand
and go abroad in the spring springROB sprtn sprtnROB
ROB SOCIETY MANS HOUSE HOUSETwo ROUSETwo HOUSETwo
Two Daring Daring Thieves Commit Hold BoldDaylight HoldDaylight DoltlDalhht
Daylight BurglaryJenkintown Burglary BurglaryJenkintown DurJJnryenktnto1n
Jenkintown Pa Dec 25 iTwo Two Two thieves thievesoperated thievesoperated
operated a daring daylight robbery this thisafternoon thisa
afternoon a when hen they gamed lDed an entrance entranceto
to Sunset the country home of Clay ClayKembte ClayKemble
Kemble a prominent Philadelphia so society 80dety soclety ¬
ciety man at Church road and Glenside Glen Glenside GIenside
side avenue They ransacked ran the house housegetting egettJn
getting gettJn a large amount of plunder plunderOne plunderOne plunderOne
One of the thieves wa was captured later laterwith later1lh laterwith
with 1lh hundreds of dollars worth of cloth clothIng clothIn
lag < jewelry silverware and other ar articles articles ¬
ticles in his possession The prisoner is isnow Isnow
now in the Jenkintown station house houseand hOUSAand nous nousand
and the authorities expect to have hiscompanion his hiscompanion hIscompanion
companion late tonight ton t or tomorruw tomorruwUntil tomorruWUntil tomorrsswUntil
Until Mr Kemble makes an investigation investigationat
at hit home it will 1n be impossible to tell tellthe tellthe
the exact value of the stolen property proptrtrThe
The prisoner under arrest gave his name nameas nameas
as Lester ter Welsh reish claiming lafmln his residence residenceto
to be in Germantown GermantownEXCONVICTS GermantonEXCONVICTS Germantowna
EXCONVICTS E CONVICTS STAB TWO TWOFather TWOFatber
Father and Son at Cumberland At Attacked Att 1t 1ttacked ¬
tacked t = ckcc1 liy 1 Men Fresh from Prison PrisonCumberland PrIsonCumberland
Cumberland Aid Id Dec 25 25Dan Dan Caruhers Caru Caruthers Caruthers
thers hers and Tough Hughes Hug recently re released released ¬
leased from the Western Penitentiary on a acharge acharge
charge of robbery were jailed here for formurderous formurderous formurderous
murderous assault aa on James am s and Regi Reginald Reginald ¬
nald Rawlings father and son Both werestabbed were werestabbed werestabbed
stabbed and their condition is serious seriousREADY seriousREADY seriousREADY
READY TO STOP STOCK STOpK ISSUE ISSUEPapers ISSUEPaperH ISSUEPapers
Papers Completed for Injunction Injnnctlongnlnst InjunctionAgainst InjunctionAgainst
Against Great Northern XorthernMinneapolis NortbcrnXlnMapolls
Minneapolis Minn Dec 25 SoAttorner SoAttornerGenbl 25AttorneyGenhral Attorney AttorneyGeneral
General E T Young has the papers paperspractically ptlpecspraetleally
practically completed for an injunction injunctionsuit injunctionsuit
suit to prevent the Great Northerns Northernstt60ft009
I tt60ft009 101000 Issue of new stock stockThey stockI stockThey stockThey
I
They will be filed by the district at attorney atto attormey ¬
torney to of Runway Ram y County tomorrow and andnotice aminodee andnotice
notice served on the company at once onceAn onceAn
An early decision of the question is de desired deaired debecause ¬
sired because the books will be open for forsubscriptions forubrerlptlons
subscriptions to the new stock st January anuary anuaryto
4 to The States legal representative repre entatlye will willask willask willask
ask for a temporary restraining order to tohold tohold tohold
hold back the deal until the case can bedeckled be bedecided bedeetdecl
decided on its merits The Great Northern Northernte
is a Minnesota Mlnnee tft corporation and so comes comesunder comesuDder comesundo
under the State law requiring railroads railroadstc railrOAdtc
tc et the consent of the State railroadeor railroad railroadcommission raJlroadoolitmlon
commission eor mission before issuing lNUln new stock or orother orotber
other securities securitiesThe 8eCurttiesTbe
The attorney general might wait W1 t until untilsome untilsome
some of the stock lass been issued then thenmove thenmove
move to forfeit the charter of the com company comJMlRY ¬
posy for violating the State law but that thatis thatis
is considered a poor remedy remed as it wouldbe would wouldbe wouldbe
be easy to organize in some other State Statelike Statelike
like New eW Jersey and get t beyond the theregulations thelatlons theregulations
regulations latlons of the law of Minnesota MinnesotaThree MinnesotaT1lree
Three Trainmen Riled KlledPrice Il1edPrlee
Price Utah Utah Dec 25 25A A Rio Grande Grandepassenger Grandepassenger Grandpassenger e
passenger train collided with a freight freightengine freighte freighengine t the
engine e e on a siding near Mounds today todayThree todayThree todayThree
Three trainmen were kilted None of the thepassengers thepasMngers t he
passengers was hurt hurtDnJtlmore
Baltimore and Ohio R It HSleeping ItSleeping It ItSleeping
Sleeping car for midnight train to New Ne
York Is s placed J ready read dy for or occupancy oceup ncy at a t
Washington station New Jersey avenue avenueand avenueand
and C street M p m n Bear In mind mind th the thenew thenew e
new later layer departure of midnight train
from New York Liberty Libert street street At 1 13 13m lat lata
a a m Leaves Twentythird Twent third street 1180 11Om p
m but sleepers slee rs ready for occupancy at a t
Jersey City at 10 p m m <
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Present Grand Jury T Has LastCllalice Last LastChance LastCl1auce
Chance at N Y LifeGASES Life LifeCASES LifeI LifeCASES
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CASES SOON BARRBfc BY LAW LAWftomeH LAWntromeH LAWS LAWromcs
ftomeH J S romcs Inv Inlgution fctijatlon f Insur Insurance Inlturonce Inscnra Inscnrance ¬
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ance CnmllnYot nm pan 7a Affair Afnlrtt 3lhjf Uasult UasultIn UouUIn itasnltin
In True lllllx for Forgery ThisWeekHxaminntlon This ThisWeek ThllteekIhnmlnntlon
eekIhnmlnntlon Week ICxaminntloii of Officers ofConcern of ofConcern ofConcern
Concern Has Been nct n ThoroughNew Thorough ThoroughNew ThoroulhNew
New York Dec 25 5The The grand rand Jury Juryinvestigation juryinn jurynvestigation
investigation inn I titpdoR of the uelenteIIt management s of theNew the theN tbew
N New w York Life LlC Insurance Company CompaaTconU will wflTbe wille
be b e continued conU tomorrow when District DistrictAttorney 1 DistrictAttorney 1et 1etAUOIIMY
Attorney Jei Jerome MOIIM oeme returns from Lnkerilte LakevllkCosa LnkerilteConn IAkmDeComt
Conn It is I expected that Mai about one moree4on more moressskm JftONMMIon
MMIon ssskm will be needed to finish An up thearticular the theparticular theparticular
particular p articular phase of the New Ne York Lifemanagement Life Lifemanagement LIt LItmanasement
management which hleb the grand jury has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been inquiring Intottlock into stock deals dee with 1th other othercompanies uercompaldes othercompanies
companies If any a indictments JndletMeatafound arefound art artfound
found they will be flil ft with 1th Recorder RecorderGoff RecorderGofC RecorderGoff
Goff either ett Thursday or Friday The Theindictments TheIndictments Thendictments
indictments i if any will be for forgery forgeryin torKe17In
in the third degree decreeSoon degreeSoon ee eeSoon
Soon Barred by Limitation LimitationThere LintltntloaThere LimitationThere
There te one interesting Int8lUn feature of thepresent the thepresent tbePreMot
present investigation invest tlon and that is thatunless that thatun i iunless
unless un indictments are filed by this grand grandjury grandjury rancl rancljury
jury no other grand jury will m ever ev r have havean bavean havean
an opportunity as the Statute of Limi Limitations LImitations Limitations ¬
tations covering the particular class oftransactions of oftransactions oftransactions
transactions will have expired It is said antethat saidthat aidthat
that thfs these > transactions either had their theirVj theirrtnn theirr
Vj r ntion before befc re > 1jOl i Ol l or were completed completedar
n gar ar aud nos T statute tatute of Limitations Limitationsid
id that Mr 11 Jeromena Jerome Jeromena Jeromen
na naImp n I the witnesses of ofr eCrorff5 ofmp
Imp Impnow I mp r rorff5 fr Ira s to be done donet dosenos
now nowshapt t 11 nitnoof proof in the theks thes theshape
shape shaptthe Kr ks loss s to show showMBsacUona aho ahoct showthe
the moth mothInvestisH MBsacUona MBsacUonaIt a sactlons sactlonsInc ct cthncxtIsn
InvestisH InvestisHThe Inc estlgrr lIoroolh lIoroolhThe tnoronghThe It trough troughuts
The inve inYetHat = tight tigatithorough uts 8 been a very veryiber verrtborough verythorough
thorough one onehave Inc iber of witnesses witnessesiUdlnj witnesseshave it ithave
have been examined Ex mind iUdlnj George WPerkins W WPerkins I r rPerkins
Perkins who was vice ice president pre ldent of the thecompany UaeoomJMlny thecompany
company Edmund D Randolph treasurer treas treasurer treaaurer ¬
urer F H Shipman assistant a istnt auditor auditorM auditorf auditor3I
M M f Mattison a bookkeeper in the thetreasurers thetreaaurers thetreasurers
treasurers department Alexander Webb Webbjr WebbJr rebb rebbjr
jr who ho was secretary of the New York YorkSecurity YorkSecurity YorkSecurity
Security and anclTrust Trust Company a subsidiary subsidiaryof sub l4lary l4laryof
of the New York Life Woodbury Woodbur Lang Langdon Lan8don Langdon
don and G A A Morrison both of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were members of the finance committee committeeFrom committeeFrom committeeFrom
From the offices that these men held in inthe inthe inthe
the company it is pretty prett plain that the theInvestigation theInvestigation theinvestigation
Investigation has covered all lines linesAH I1nMAll lineAll
All the evidence has been along the theline theHne theline
line of tending to prove falsification of ofbooks ofbooks ofbooks
books In order to conceal the true Importof import importof Importof
of certain transactions In order to have haveindictments haveIndictments haveIndictments
indictments against men high in the af affairs afalrs atfairs ¬
fairs of the company it will be necessary necessaryto
to prove that they the had knowledge of the theentries thecnU1es theentries
entries that were made and gave orders ordersconcerning orderaconcernIng ordersconcerning
concerning themGETS them themGETS themGETS
GETS SURGEONS FOR VICTIM VICTIMCblea VICTIMChicago I IChicago
Chicago Cblea o Broker roker Who Shot Newsboy Xewsboyfor NeWHbo NeWHbofor Newsboyfor
for HlKhvraymaii III b nJluln Aids Aid Him HimChicago HimChicago HimChicago
Chicago Dec 26 iDaVId 3 < David C Schnell therich the therich therich
rich broker who mistook Robert Thetas The Theisssixteenyearold a asixteenyearold aslxteenyearold
sixteenyearold newsboy for a highwayman highway highwayman hlghwaman ¬
man early Sunday morning and shot him himhas himbas himhas
has employed the best surgeons in Chicago Chica Chicago Cblcago ¬
go in a desperate attempt to save the tads tadslife ladsme lad ladlife s
life lifeDrs
Drs NMBOS Nioll bis = Senn Edward L Moore Moorehead Moorebead Moorehead
head ane arHif > of A 4 A Davis reported after afterconsultation a aconsultation aconsult8t1ontDdar
consultation consult8t1ontDdar edny that the boy has haschance a achance achance
chance to live but that it is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhether
whether he h will ever be able to walkSehnells walkSchneUs walk walkSchnells
Schnells bullet entered Theiss shouldersplintered shoulder shouldersplintered shouldersplintered
splintered his spine and lodged under the theskin theskin theskin h
skin in his back backSLEEPS backSLEEPS backSLEEPS
SLEEPS A WEEK CANNOT WAKE WAKEChlcngo WAKEChlcngo W AKE
Chlcngo Girl Takes Powders and nndSpecialists andSllcclnllltH andSpecialists d
Specialists Arc Battled BattledBloorajngton BaffledBloomjagton nmetl nmetlBloomttgton
Bloorajngton Ill Dec 25 ° a Miss Miss Carr CarrScanion Carrie CarrieScankm CarrieScanlon e
Scankm a Chicago stenographer took an anoverdose anoverdose a aoverdose
overdose of sleeping powders while visit visitIng 1sltingahere
Ing ingahere iere last Wednesday Wedn sdRY fell asleep and andcannot tndcannot an rl
cannot be awakened Expert medical ad advice advice ¬
vice 1 e has been summoned from Chicago ChicagoWhen Chicagohn
When hn You Entertain at Dinner DinnerIntrust DinnerIntrust Dinnerintrust
Intrust table decorations to Shaffer 14tfi I L
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GENERAL DANCES WITH COOK COOKPhiladelphia COOKPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Social Soel Leader Given GivenConventional GheKConentionaJ GivesConventional
Conventional Friend l rlendC a Shock ShockPhiladelphia Shoc ShocPhiladelphia ShockPhiladeiphla
Philadelphia Dec 2Oen Edward De DeY DeV DeV
V Morrell U who has bas upon many y oecaslona oc ocI oc occutoua
I caskras led the cotillion at Philadelphias Philadelphiasexclusive Phlladelphlasexehn Philadelphiaseultaive
exclusive a assemblies eanblles danced with 1th bill htecook billcook hiscook
cook today In an old fashioned Vlr YlratuIa Virgiula
1 atnia reel during du a Christmas ball givenis given givenin gty811I
in I the elnaiil house on the Morrell estate estateat estateat 18 18at8aD
at at8aD at8aDIt Ban San kern JbomjnIt kernIt
It te i the former Congressmans yearly yearlycostctn yearlyeateaa yearlycratot4to
costctn cratot4to to give a dance at Christmas Ctu in IaFood ingood I I1IN
good 1IN ld style Si Ie with all oonvenUonantl oonvenUonantlthrffta OOIIVUoetUte eosveutioaaltt1 eosveutioaaltt1th
th thrffta > tb the wRV Gen Mwreir Mwreirfriends aiorreate aiorreatetrkisdl I Ifrift
friends frift nfttally tIMIaIl Are iaefa inned inrH Ked ed spe spe tatora tatoraand tatoraana
and last year hiss 0 Emily Hare Hare one of the theseasons tMseaam theseaona
seasons seaam prettiest debutantes was his part partner partaer partser ¬
ser in the reel This year however thegeneral the thegeneral theKeneral
general with grateful teful recollections of ofi orIIIJ1Y ofmany
i many a fine dinner Insisted that Mrs MrsBridget MrsBridget rs rsBri
Bridget et OConnor Ids cook cook be his h part partner partner partner ¬
ner nerMra
Mra tie n OConnor binshtngiy took her herplace herJtIace herplace
place beside the general JIftaI who wM at the theconclusion ecoltC11IIIioD theconclusion
conclusion gracefully assured reeI her It ItJIeftr had hadnever hadnever
never been his h l good fortune t < tUBe to have a abetter abetter abetter
better partner for a danceBAILEY dance danceBAILEY
BAILEY PRIMARIES CALLED CALLEDThree CALLEDThree CALLEDThree
Three Texan Counties Order NewIileetlon New XetvBlectlon XCTBlecUon
Blectlon for SenatorFart Senator SenatorFort SenatorFort
Fort Worth T Tex Dec 2 SoTM 25 The fact factthat fa fathat feetthat
that new primaries r1mart have been ordered In InTrati 18 18Tntls InTrans
Trans Trati McLennan and Comanche countsIn counts eountirin eountlfI
in I response to a demand that memb membof me meoC membof
of the legislature 8lature vote against t Sea SeasBailey SeaaBailey SeaBaIley
Bailey te hailed with ith delight by e eBailey tBaIley rBailey
Bailey opposition oppo JtJon all over the State Indications In Indications Indtratlon ¬
dications are that other counties will willrapidly wmrapidly willrapidly
rapidly fall into line The oppomtkM oppoeitlotpredicts Oppo oppomtkMpredicts iUOI iUOIpredicts
predicts that Bailey Ball y will 111 be defeated defeatedLIBERATED defeatedLIBERATED defeatedYEARS
LIBERATED AFTER TEN YEARSMillionaire YEARSMillionaire YEARS YEARSMillionaire
Millionaire Who Disappeared Now NowOut liowOut No NoOut
Out of Insane AsylumSmuggles Asylum AsylummuprplcH AsylumSmugJICN
Smuggles Note to Attorney an nnGaiiiH anGninH anGains
GaiiiH Freedom After fter Long Legal LegalBattle IiegnlDnttlcGoYltll LegalBattleGo
Battle DnttlcGoYltll BattleGo GOCJI with Sister SisterPhiladelphia SIterPl SisterPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pl Dec 36 SoAs As a Christmas Christmasgift Christmastrlft Christmagift s
gift Theodore Wright once a prominent prominentfinancier prominentftDa prominenfinancier t
financier and railroadman was released releasedfrom reisoofrom releasedfrom
from the Brae Burn Hospital for the Insane In Insane Insane ¬
sane at Clifton today Wrights release releasefollowed rele releafollowed se sefollowed
followed a bitter legal struggle against h hown hte hteown blsown is
own family which he carried on single singlehanded singlebanded singlehanded
handed except o cept for the aid of Attorney AttorneyThomas AttorneyThOmas Attorne AttorneThomas y
Thomas Earle White a member of the theReform theRefClnn th thReform e
Reform Committee of Seventy to whom whomhe whombe who whohe m
he had smuggled smu a letter from the asy asylum as aslum asylum ¬
lum His own family convinced of his hisinsanity IllsInsanlt7 h1 h1Insanity s
insanity reversed their position and today to today today ¬
day for the first time In n ten years Wright Wrightate Wrighate Yrlshtate t
ate Christmas Chrl tmas dinner as a free man manTheodore manTheodore manTheodore
Theodore Wright was a member of the theshipping theshIppIn th thshipping e
shipping firm of Peter Wright Sons Sonsami Sonsaoo Sonsand
and president and heaviest stockholder in inthe inthe i ithe n
the Winifred Railroad in Virginia H Hwas He Hewas Hewu e
was regarded as one of the best business businessmen businessmen busine businemen s
men In Philadelphia He disappeared qui quietly quietly quietiy ¬
etly ten years ago and it was 5 a long time timebefore timebefore tim timbefore e
before his friends learned what had be become become become ¬
come of him himGradually blmGradually himGradually
Gradually the story leaked out that his hisson hislIOn hi I Ison
son had placed him in an asylum Noth Nothing Nothillb oth othlug ¬
lug more was heard from Wright for ton tonyears tonyears to toyears n
years Then he managed to communlcatwith communicate communicatewith communicatewtt e
with wtt Attorney White and after a terrific terrificlegal terrificletlal c
legal struggle was declared sane ne Certain Certainmembers Certainmembers Certaimembers
members of the Wright family became becameconvinced becameoonvlnced becamconvinced e ee9
convinced of his sanity and Mrs Irs Frances FrancesDavis FrancesDavis Franc FrancDavis e9
Davis a sister of Wright residing in Col Colorado ColoraOO Colorado ¬
orado arrived in this city elt and going to toBrae toBrae t
Brae Burn took her brother away with withher Withher withher h
her herWright herVrl
Wright Vrl ht is a brother of James Wright Wrightwho t
who 00 is manager of the American Line Linesteamers Linesteamers Lin e
steamers He is worth it is estimated estimatedabout estimatedabout estimatedabout
about 5W000000 5W000000POIHT 10000000 OOOOOO OOOOOOPOmT
POIHT FOR THE ADVERTISER ADVERTISERThe ADVERTISERi ADVERTISERThe i r
The Washington Herald has hasa hasa
a larger oirculation in Vh V V h hington hington
ington than was ever b ure ureattained re reattained e eattained
attained by a morning nor nerpaper nevpaper
paper here It is a home u Lculation udilation l lculation
culation too and it is growIng grow growing growing ¬
ing Ing every day
KILLED BY AUTOISTS ADTOISTSSons
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Sons of Millionaire Claim ClaimFather Cla ClainTattler 1n 1nFather 1
Father Was MurleredDEAD Murdered MurderedDEAD IuldcledDEAD
DEAD BODY FOUND IN LAKESequel LAKE LAKESequ TATTESequel
Sequel Sequ l of Mysterious Tragedy Trn ed o oDecember of ofDecember otDecemher f
December 12 1 May Iu He II Solved by byEvidence 1 1Jhldence b bDvidence
Evidence Nelson and Ivers Ivor Lee Will Willday WillTurn IIl IIlTurn
Turn Over to Coroner Tol1nRc Tol1nRcrut TodayRefute day Re ReI
I fute rut the Possibility of Suicide SuicideChicago SulcllJeadcago SuleideChicago
Chicago Dec S L1ae Wae Lewis J Jtau Lee Leetbe Lee Leethe
the millionaire Ie head of the Lee Adverr AdverrtW A4IYertUIa Adverthing
tUIa thing tW g Agency A killed by 1 aetos anUMioMMste aatolllClWll ob s and andthrown aMthroWR sodthrown
thrown into Lake Michigan M to savereepoosihle save those thosereepomfnte eIerelillJ e
reepomfnte relillJ IIn for his death from trapties prosecu JJIOMtUtIoft prosecution ¬
ties tIoftHbJIIOM tiesHia tionH
H HbJIIOM Hia sons Nelson W R r and hers 1Ye Lee Lee not notonly ROtOI no noonly t tthis
only OI 1 explain t tak kr fathers death in Inmanlier inmanner this thismanner
manner but s r they know who the theantomobillsts theaatomoblll theantomobilbts
antomobillsts ts wer 6lP CI d have three t ree reerants war warI warrants
I rants for the themediately U to be served Im Ime bnmediately homediately
mediately fob folrow fo e e Inquest tomor tomarrow tomorwas tomorrow
rowIt row rowIt
rowIt
It is hinted tha thaiby was not run down downaccident do doi dew dewi n
iby i by the aitomobk aatomoW accident but that thatthe thatI tha thathe t trob
I the Intention was to kill him hi either OJ tohim to rob robI robbtm
I him of a large sum he carried with 1th Mm Mmvhen himvhen hi hivhen in
vhen last seen alive alive or because Hea he knew kneweta kMWcta k kcts sex
eta dangerous to his murderers murdererses murderersiea
F iea es s body was found floating in the thes theved thurear
rear r the foot of the street where here he hevecI heved
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s ved on the evening of o December 12 12y 1tdy 1sdy
dy y was badly bruised and his skull skulld shutd g
if d and his sons instantly declared declaredwTbecn dedar dedarbe dedaradbeen
wTbecn be < n murdered murderedMe murderedpolice
Me police took the t e view 1e that he ha hag had hadI d
I Aktien lat Into the lake by accident or ju juM jumped
M Intending to kill himself They said saide aielmarks sa sae fd fdbe
e marks on his body might have been beend beeRC bee beed be + n
C d by the dashing of the body against againstv aSWlnstutlea ageinsodes t
v odes along the lake front They Tho be beerwd beeyed
eyed his relatives were mistaken inclaim in the theclaim thec1lLtm
claim that he had money with him whJcn wblenft8 whic whicwas whJcnwas n
was ft8 not found on the body when it w wrecovered was wasrecovered 8 8reeovered
recovered recoveredThe reeoveredThe recoveredThe
The dead dead mans sons clashed with the theSummerdale theSummerdale
Summerdale police today as a result o otheir of oftheir oftheir f
their refusal refu at to turn over to the depart department department departmeet ¬
ment evidence of the alleged murder murderTheir murderTheir murderTheir
Their position is based b on the con > r nn nnthat nitthat 1
that at the authorities have proved prove uiem uiemselves nm em emsehe
selves incompetent te handle the cthe case casethat c cthat
that the evidence has been obtained by byprivate byprh1lte b y
private detectives and that It will HI be bet better better ¬
ter to turn it t over directly drootl to the corer coroner coronerand coronerand er
and State Authorities AuthoritiesThe i utborltlesThe uthoritlesThe
The elder Lee was last seen allHf Ali on onthe onthe
the night of December 12 when h left lefthome leftborne let lethome t
home to visit his office His sons say saythey saytho sa sathey Y
they tho have evidence that he was return returning returnIng ¬
ing home when te was killed He Hesixtyone was wassixtyone Willisixtyone
sixtyone years old and his sons say 58 he hehad hehad It I
had no financial or domestic reasons for forending forendIng fo foending r
ending his life lifeBURNS UfeBURNS
BURNS TO DEATH AT FIRESIDE FIRESIDEInteresting FIRESIDEInterelltlng
Interesting Womans Lone Vigil VigilEnils VlglIEnlb 1
Ends in Fatal BlazeSpedel Blare BlareSpecial lnze lnzeSlleCial
Special to The TheiVashiattoe Washington Herald HeraldRichmond HeraldRkbmond IIeraldRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 25HoIding Holdlng Christ Christmas Cbrtetmas Christmss ¬
mas vigil over her clay pipe by the side sideblazing skIe1tazlng ski e
blazing fireplace Mrs Irs Mary Smith
i d sixtysix sIxt slx was burned i r death th1 this thisernoon thisernoon s
ernoon at her home or hhigtnn hhigtnnstreet hgtenstreet hly hlystreet ggon
street streetor streettor
For or years ears on this day the oM wotnabeen woman womanbeen WO Mln Mlnbeen n
been sending the members of her herfa herfa be befs r
fa Hy out into the city to enjoy the hell holiday hoillL ¬
day lL while with her clay pipe she wou wousit would wouldsit wouldsit hi
hir
sit before the chimney fire awaiting their theirreturn theirreturn thel r
return returnIt returnIt
It is thought that this afternoon whi whiin while whileIn whileIn be
In her annual Christmas reverie sparks sparksfrom wptlrksfrom spar sparfrom
from her old clay cIa pipe ignited her in inflammable Insmmable inflammable ¬
flammable garments and set fire to th throom the theroori thenOM
nOM The flames had made much head headway headway headway ¬
way before neighbors sounded an alarm alarmWhen alarmWhen aler alerV m
V When lien the flames were extinguished ext Ingulshed the theciarred thetarred th thcrared e
ciarred tarred remains of Mrs Smith wer werfound were werefound werefot1 e
found fot1 d in n front of o the flrepuce flrepuceBnHinesK firepceDUMlncslI flrep < ce ceBusiness
Business Block Wiped Oat OatMeridian OntoMeridian OutMeridian
Meridian Miss Uss Dec 26 iThe The principal principalbusiness princlPflIbusiAe56 principalbusiness
business block of State Line Miss sax saxmiles sixty sixtymiles sixtymnes
miles below here was destroyed by b lire lirealong Arealong firealong
along with several dwellings today The Thefle Ther Th Thl1 e
fle r e originated in the t a rear of Gernados Gernadosgrocery Gernadosgrocery Gernado S Sgrocery
grocery store and caused a damage o o57s00 of of27iOO f
57s00 27500
27iOOTh
The Th Fine lowers for Xman XmanAll XmnAll TmnsAll
All seasonable kinds Blacklstone HthH lUhHf l4th l4thf i
f
ONE DEAD TWELVE HURT HURTTrain HURTTruln
Train IIItH Street Car Near Scene ofPrnmOnnlr of ofFamoiiJi
FamoiiJi 111111011 AMhtnhuIn AHh AshtnbulatVrect AshtnbulatVrectAshtabula tn bula WrecU WrecUAshtabuia VrtckAhtabula
Ashtabuia Ohio Dec D 25 iThe The BuffaloPlualnirg Buffalo BuftaioPitUburg BuftaJoPlt
PitUburg Plt flyer struck a trolley car on theAshtabula the theAshtabuia theAshtabula
Ashtabula Rapid Transit line at at the Lake Lakestreet LakeetlHt Lakestreet
street crossingof ernming of the Lake Snore road roadaferat GalaMwt Toadabout
about noon today completely demoltah demoltahhtg deJRoIIIIIatt demolishbig
big tt the trolley ear One Oaeaft man was Wu killed killedand kfl1eda killedae
and a it dozen people injured injuredThe hlJuredTM InjuredThe
The dead deadUC0XAKI a aXXQilUlU deadIXQdt
UC0XAKI IXQdt titll > XBWBOLD XBWBOLDTte as anweie el 1eb 1ebfraisi
fraisi i iThe I
Tte injured red T J Bullock PaiwesviHe PsioesvllleQlfr PaiwesviHeOK i
OK 0 Qlfr WllHaw lUf Cook Ashtabuia Jasper JasperHortM JasperJIerun JasperHorton
Horton Ashtabuia Mrs James J Wheipiey WheipieyAahtsMfla WMlpIeJAtaftda WhelideyAahtahdbt
AahtsMfla James J Wbetpter Ashtabuta AshtabutaWiWMn 4 shtabgasWilliam 1abula 1abulaWIllIam
WIllIam Raignhart PamesviUe Mrs MimHorace MnIforacu MrsIiorace
Horace Johnston Joh 8tOn Ashtabuia ClaytonGardner Clayton ClaytonGardner Cla7to11San1aer
Gardner Ashtabula Mrs Clayton Ashta Ashtabvia AahtaA AsbtA1mm
1mm bvia A A Cosmo Ashtabvln Ahta Robert t Bap Bapant BapBrie Baptist
ant Brie Pa Rowley Newboid Ashta Ashtabttta AllbtaTIle Ashtabula
bttta btttaThe
The crossing gates it is alleged a were werenot werenot ere
not down do when the car appeared While Whilecrossing Whilecrossing WhlleeroIas
crossing the tracks the train struck theoar the theoar theMr
oar about the middle and carried it nearlya nearly nearlyJM nearlyfeet
JM feet feet lining the north shies ald of th thtrack the tJMt1aek thetraekg
track with debris Most of the injured injuredwin IjuredwtI1 injuredwill
win recover recoverThe recOerbe recoverThe
The accident aeeld t occurred about 3M feet feetttGIII feetfrom
from the scene of the Ashtabuia disaster duterof disasterof
of JaGONE 1M 1IGONE
GONE 20 YEARS NOW RICH RICHMan RICHJIan RICHllnn
Man Thought Thou ht Dead Ilctnrn With WithBounty V1tlrBounty Ith IthnJunt
Bounty nJunt for Relatives ItclatlvoxKenosha UcJuthCHKencI RelativesKenosha
Kenosha Win Dec 25 5Ater After an ab absence alIHllCe ebmace ¬
mace from home of twenty years 7 7wJt during duringwhich duringwhich
which be has never written and aJNIAPPCJRd was wassupposed wassupposed
supposed to be dead William McGill McGillfrpent McGillspent eGtJI eGtJIpeat
peat Christmas Chri tmaa in the bosom of bill htefamily billIly hisfamily
family Ily He has accumulated a fortune fortunein fortuneIII fortunein
in business in the Northwest and enter entertained entertained nter nteral1Wd ¬
tained at dinner today all the Kenosha KenoshaMcGilte KenoshaMcGills NIba NIbalcGUIa
McGilte he could flint nndEIGHT ftndEIGHT flintRIGHT
EIGHT NEGROES NOW DEAD DEADTrouble DEADTroub1e DEADTrouble
Trouble Renewed in Mississippi and andMere andMare an anMore d
Mere Troops Are Sent SentScooha SentScooha SentScooba
Scooha In Scene of Fresh Killing KillingBlack IllIlngDJnck ItilllugBlacks
Black Furnish Right RI Jat VictimsTwo Victims VictimsTwo YfctlmTwo
Two Whiten hltc Arrested ArrestedMeridian ArrcKtccJKeriIIIaa ArrestedMeridian
Meridian Miss 1 Doc IiNIIte Nine dead deadthree and andthree udthe
three wounded hi the record of the theriot theraee theraeeriot tIIerueriot t et
riot In Kemeer Comity since the thestarted troeMe troeMestarted troutMatartecl
started Sunday morning Sight of t tdead the thedead thedead
dead are negroes while hot one white whiteman wldtewas whiteman
man was killed killedWhen JdJIedW1Ien killedWhen
When the troop arrived at Wlast W Wahalak Wahalaklast a1ak a1akJat
last night they found the Uttte town 1 1na in ina
a fever of excitement over the clash be between be between ¬
tween the races ra earlier te the day Cot CotMcCants ColMcCaata C ChcCants
McCants the commander of the theRegiment Second SecondRegiment SecoadRerbReat
Regiment was informed that the thehad negroes negroeshad nesroeshad
had fortified themselves two miles from fromWahalak fromWahaIaJc f fWahatak i + om
Wahalak and a party of soldiers went wentout wenlout wen wenout t
out to dislodge them them bat t when the troops troopsarrived troopaan1ved troupedie
arrived on the seen scene the blacks had hadappeared die disappeared d dappeared ¬
appeared appearedTwo appearedTwo
Two a0gra rlegroes s were killed Mar Wahahtby Wahafek Wahafekby Wkby k krya
by wbit whites ef etr onrtjr iy last right hot no furthertrouble f further Mctl01lble a atrouble
trouble occurred occur there daring tI tile nighor night nightor t tor
or this morning mor All of the negroec in inthat tthat is isthat
that section had either mer ned or orthemselves secreted secretedthemselves MCretecIthetuelTe8
themselves hi their homes and bellein belIevinthe believing believingthe belleinthe g
the trouble at an end CoL McCants re returned re returaed returned ¬
turned to Meridian wig wK th tile soldiers this thisevening thtIJev thbevening
evening eveningTonight ev
evToDIdIt Tonight a riot broke brake out ata at Scooba Scoobaa Scoobaa
a town In 11 the same me county five ftveIIOUth miles nitl nitlsouth evz
south of Wahalak as a result of w whteft whteftfive hIei hIeiftVIlt
htcltt
fi five ve veKemper negroes were ere killed The sheriff of ofKemper ofKemper ot t
Kemper County was aMble to control controlthe COIIUOIthe centre centrethe g
the situation and sent Gov Go Yardaman Yardamanan Varda Vardaan man
an urgent appeal for troops The gov governor pvernor ¬
ernor immediately 1Jnr tately notified the militia at atMeridian atXfridIan a aMeridian t
Meridian Macon Macon and Columbus to pro proceed 10ced proseed ¬
seed ed to Snobs by special tram traM The TheMeridian TheXerlcHan T TMeridian he
Meridian troops have already gone and andthe andthe I Ithe
the Macon and Columbus soldiers are areexpected areapected air airexpect e
expected expect to reach Scooba before morning morningReports mornl morningReports S SReports
Reports from Kemper County by long longdistance Jonetelephone > 6
distance telephone state that t all of t twhite the thewhite thewhite
white people in the county are up in arms armsand a1 a1ancl
and a deadly clash is on between the theraces theraces tin
races The negroes are said to be armor armorwith armed armedwith armedwith
with rifles rl es and shotguns shot and It is be believed be be1Iend ¬
lieved that much blood win be shed before beforethe beforethe beforthe e
the troops arrive Two of the alleged allegedslayers aJ alien alienslayers M Mslayers
slayers of the negroes at Scooba have havebeen havebeen hav havbeen e
been placed under arrest rrMt and Gov Varda Vardaman Vardaman Verdeman
man has ordered a company of State Statetroops Statetroops Scat e
troops from th this city to prevent their theirAke es escape es escape ¬
cape capeThe AkeThe
capeThe
The race war 1U Is the outgrowth of the thekilling t
killing 1 lliAg of two conductors on Mobile Mobileand Mobiland 16 16and
and Ohio Railway trains by negroes megroeaStnaday roee one oneSunday oweSWMIay
Sunday and the other today todayKILLS todayKILLS
KILLS ANOTHER CONDUCTOR CONDUCTORXegro CONDUCTORNegro CONDUCTORNegro
Negro Assassin Shot Down DOTnTrngcdy DOTnTrngcdyNear Tragedy TragedyXear s
Near Scene of Race Riot RiotMeridian RiotMeridian
Meridian Miss ItS Dec 23 Conductor CODduetorRobert ConductorRobert CondactoRobert r
Robert Harrison of this city was waS shot shotand shotand she sheand f
and killed by an unknown negro n ro this thismorning thismorning th k
morning at Crawford a station stat above aboveWahalak aboveahalak e
Wahalak ahalak where the race riots occurred occurredyesterday occurredyesterday occurs occursyesterday
yesterday The assassin was immediately immediatelykilled Immedlat8lykilled lmmediaC l lkilled y
killed by R R R Mims formerly yardmas yardmaster yawl yawlter 8rdmu 8rdmutel
ter of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad RailroadWhen RailroadWhen RailroadWhen
When the freight fre t train t ln on which were wereHarrison wereHarrl80n wer werHarrison e
Harrison and Minis 11016 reached Crawford a ahot fthot
hot box was discovered and the two twomen twomen t tmen
men got off the train train to investigate As Asthey Asthe A 1s
they the stepped to the ground the negro negrocame negrocame negr negrcame o
came out from concealment and flred flredpoint ftredpoint fire firepoint el
point blank at Mims lIms but the shot struck struckHarrison struckHarrison
Harrison HarrisonAccording HarrisonAccordlnb
According to advices received r lved the m mmeat mo moment moment o ¬
ment the negro IrO shot Harrison Mime drew drewhis d dry tm tmJtls w
> his Ibe revolver revolv r and killed the assassin ln who whohas w wlass 11Q 11QbRs
has not been positively identified up to tothe tothe t o
the present time timeATELS timeATELS timeATELS
ATELS BODY SENT HOME HOMEWenlthy EOlIEealth HOMEWealthy
Wealthy ealth Milwaukee 3Iann Remain RemainLeave ItemnlnLC1c s
Leave Mobile Ala AlaMobile AlaMobile
Mobile Ala Dec riThe 25 The body of Her Herman Herman He Hean r ¬
man manof an B Atel the wealthy Ithy manufacturer manufacturerof er
of o Milwaukee Wte Is who died yesterda yesterday yesterdayat y
at Sumtnerdale Ala was sent home t tday to today today o ¬
day Mr Atel mnintamed a winter home homeat omeat hem C
at Summerdale His HI wife wife three daugh daughters daughters eau gn ¬
ters and a a son accompanied the remains remainsto remainto nos
to Milwaukee MilwaukeeSAILORS MilwaukeeSAILORS
SAILORS RIOT AT CONCERT CONCERTFight COICERTFight F RT RTFight
Fight Starts Panic in Cienfncgos CienfncgosPark ClenfncgoParkUnn r
Park ParkUnn Pnrklitany Many Shots Fired FiredCienfuegos FlrellClenfueg08 FiredCienfuegos
Cienfuegos Dec 3 5SUors Sailors of the theUnited tbeUnited th e
United States cr jer er Cleveland Cleve tnd caused causedpanic a apanic aPAnic
panic tonignt in a public park whereconcert where a aconcert aconcert
concert was going on by engaging infight in a afight IIfight
fight and firing many Ifta 3 shots shotsThe shotsThe shotsThe >
The police restored order by arresting arrestingseveral arrestingseveral arrtsiis g
several of the men menloOOOO menlOOO
ti loOOOO Fire at Decatur Ind IndMuncie IntIMuncie IndMuncie
Muncie Ind Dec 25 25Ftre Fire almost almo total totally totallr tots totsly ¬
ly destroyed de tlOed the town of Decatur Ind Indtwentyflve Indtwentftve ledtwentyfire
twentyflve miles from riom here early today todayThe toda todaThe to4a3The
The water supply was soon exhausted exhaustedand exbaustedRnd exhausterand 1
and many man buildings were torn down to tocheck tocheck t tcheck o
check the flames The loss is about 15 15t
000 000Fast 000Fllt
Fast Morning lUornfn Train to Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Phlladdphiand a
and New YorkLeaves York YorkLeaves YorkLeaves
Leaves Washington every weekday at ata S 3er Sa Sa
a a m via Pennsylvania Penn hanla Railroad Broiler Broil er
buffet parlor car
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QTABV STORY S OlUill TAA TOO lUU SILLY SILLYDECLARES QTTTV blLLl blLLlWill SILLYDECLARES
DECLARES FORAKER FORAKERVill ORAKERWill
Will Vill Not Discuss Presidents PresidentsPlan PresidentsPIau PresidentsPlan
Plan as PthlislledREADY Published Pnblisl1cdREADY
1
READY TO JOIN ISSUES ISSUESInformation ISSUESInformation ISSUESInforrill
Information Inforrill > tlon Given Gl Cll Corr GoiTQSpond GoiTQSpondents COllcspol1l1en antl antlents
ents en ts at White hite House HouseOhlonn HouseOhlonn Househioan
Ohlonn O Apparently Wishes to Force Forcenn Forcean Forcean
an Official Statement ConcerningNews Concerning ConcerningXevrH CuncernloXCH
News Printed Sunday Sundu MorningHas Morning MorningHas JornlngJlnll
Has Been in New York Supposedly Supposedlyto
to Confer With ltl1 Constitutional ConstitutionalLeague Cont1tutionalLenguc ConstitutionalLeague
League Officers on the Case CaseI
I think that lint the lie story about aboutivliat lIJoutwbnt aboutnhat
ivliat the President Intends to do is istoo IIItoo s stoo
too ullly Ioill to talk about and you youmust youIIIU youmust
must IIIU t excuse me from discussingItSENATOR discussing discussing1It dlHcuHalDJIt51NATOR
It It51NATOR SENATOR FORAKER FORAKERSenator FORAKERSeAator FORAKERSenator
Senator Foraker returned yejternay yejternayfrom JIrdaYfrom relay relayfrom
from New York where he bps b beetf two two or orthree orthree orthree
three days on business wkuch wach according accordingto aa ding dingto n nto
to the understanding in Washington W was wasconnected waaCOIUJected wasconnected
connected with the case of the soldiers ofthe of ofthe ortile
the Twentyfifth Infantry who were dis discharged dtsebar8ed discharged ¬
charged without honor as a result of the theBrownsville theBrownavll1e theBrownsville
Brownsville BrownsvilleIt riot riotIt riotIt
It is said that the Senator conferred conferredwith coa conferredwith erred erred1tb
with 1tb officials o kta of the Consittutfonal League Leaguean gQe gQean
an organization which has conducted anIndependent an anindependent anIDClepeudeat
independent Investigation of the matter matterand Jlltteraud muterand
and which has bai arrived at conclusions thatdltfer that thatdiffer thatdUrer
differ radically from those of the Presi President Presideat ¬
dent and Secretary Taf Talt t Gilchrtet Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art is president of the league sue Andrew B BHumphrey BHwapbrey BHtuophrey
Humphrey is secretary and George H HWhite HWhite HWhite
White formerly a member of Congress Congressfrom Ce e strowt essfrom
from North Carolina Carol is of its counsel Ith It Itis Itmed
is assumed med that Senator Forakers s confer conferences eoefereDCeI conferences
ences were with these men matSenator menSenator JIIeIISe
Senator Se Foraker ww seen at his home homelast JIome1ut bornelast
last night n t and his attention was called to totoe tothe tothe
the published stories of the Presidents praldelltlf de determination d dleradaadon rIten
termination ten stiaatioa to resist Congressional I action actionlooking a tIonto tnctionlooking
looking to the restoration of the this discharged di8ebar8ed ¬
charged negroes to the military service serviceeven HrriceVeIl serviceever
even to the extent of welcoming impeach impeachment jnapeachmeat Impeachmeat ¬
meat proceedings ln8 against a him The Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor declined to say 1 anything 7thbas further than thanthe thanthe
the folfewtng which he carefully dictated dictatedI dictatedtht1Ik dictatedthin
I think thin k the th e story about what the Pre President Frostdent t tdfttt ¬
dent intends to do is too silly to talkslant talk talkabout taJkout
about and you must excuse me from dis discussing diac ¬
c cussing It ItApparent itAIlmrent Ii Iidppnrent
Apparent Challenge to President PresidentIt
It 11118 win be observed that the Ohioan only onlycharacterised onlycbaracterbed
characterised the published story as silly sillyIf sill sillIf Uy UyIf
If however the Presidents attitude was wascorrectly wascorrectly wascorrectly
correctly outlined in that story K would wouldsemt wouldte wouldsee
see to be Senator ForaJters FOISk intention la atlaa to tomake toJr tonMkt
make Jr Me dp chamctti1ston tseNUiaa apply aJlllllltte t is that thatattitude duLtattltMle
attitude as well Apparently his jorpose jorposeis
is to enalleng the President Pr esidenc to make makesome 8Ikesome makesome
some sort of a public statement cat I t tot the thepremises theJId thepromises
premises premisesTwo JId eLTwo
Two days have passed since H wa was as asserted a asertecl a4sorted ¬
sorted in n the public prints pr1 that the lb Presi President President Freakdent ¬
dent would veto a bill restoring < the dis discharged dLcbarpd discharged ¬
charged soldiers to the service should shaleCongress shouldCongress UouldConsre
Congress s pass such a bill would seek to tonullify toJ1ul11f7
nullify its provisions through thTO b administra administrative adInIaIstratlvt ¬
i tive lye action pending a decision of the Su Supreme SuJMftIIe Suprose ¬
prose Court of the United States States It Con Congress Consresa ¬
grew passed die measure over his veto vetoand fttoand
and would even eD go so far as to welcome welcomeimpeachment welcomrImpeachment Icom IcomImpeacbment
impeachment proceeding tnp if Congress de desired d dmre4 ¬
sired d to take such an extreme step The Thefact Thefaet
fact that no denial has been forthcoming
in those t two days is generally accepted
as an indication that the Presidents peel position po8itIon peelwas ¬
tion was accurately represented pre In The TheWashington TheWashlnxton
Washington Herald and other papers Sun Sunday Sunday Sunmorning ¬
day morning morningPublished momI momIPllhlllihed
Published Statements Inspired InspiredThe hIHllredThe aspiredThe
The information on which the pablicathus pobttca pabtications
jttons thus of that day were based was im imparted Imparted imparted ¬
parted w four newspaper correspondents correspondentsat
at the White House e Saturday afternoon afternoonTwo attenoonTo
Two of those correspondents COITf8pO represent the thetwo theto
two Journals which are toe Presidents Presidentsautnchest Pre ldents ldentsAanebest
autnchest supporters IJUlJPOCt supporters among < aU the thenewspapers thene
newspapers ne rs of the country It is assumed assumedthat a assumedthat ed edtbat
that Senator Foraker was cognisant OO of ofI ofthe8e ofthese
I these facts wlj wbs he dictated the state statement atatement statemend ¬
ment here glvjo glvjoIt J JIt
It is by no means logical to expect that thatthe tba t tthe
the President p will 111 deny a story which was wasinspired wasIILqpll washLpired
inspired at the White House e and Senator Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Foraker probably pro thought of this whenhe when whenhe b n nhe
he said what he did Apparently therefore there therefore tlterefore ¬
fore the issue between him and tite Pres President PresIdent ¬
ident is even more sharply drawn than it itwas Its 1twas
was s beforeCharacter before beforeCharacter CforeCharacter
Character of New Xe Evidence EvidenceIt Idence IdenceI
It I t is understood that some of the new newevidence newevidence
evidence which hleh Senator Foraker will cause causeto eaauto
to be presented to the Senate Committee Committeeon
on Military Affairs A lraJ nr in the event of the theadoption theadoption theadoption
adoption of his resolution re directing an in investigation 10estlptlon ¬
vestigation of the ease by that body is in inthe Inthe n nthe
the form of letters written to the wife of ofan oran
an army officer in Washington by the thewives thewhres
wives of officers who were ere stationed atBronnsve at atBrownsville atBrowns1l1e
Brownsville when the trouble occurred occurredand oeeurredand
and prior to that time The writers of ofthese orthese
these letters are said to have asserted as in ineffect Ineffect
effect that the people of Brownsville were wereof wereof wereof
of such a character as to make it necessary neces necessary JMeeSsary ¬
sary for the women of the post to practi practically practlcall ¬
call make themselves prisoners JK hi their theirquarters theirquarters
quarters because they feared to go about aboutthe aMutthe
the streets of the town townStatements to n nStntenwnts
Statements of this sort have already aJreadyn
been n denied with 1th considerable indigna indignation iRdtInation indignatiaa ¬
tion by Texans who no say they are thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly conversant with conditions in inBrownsville InBrornsvtlle inBrownsville
Brownsville It is admitted that the tbetown thetown
town contains some me toughs t being beinglocated IJeiDglocated winglocated
located directly on the Mexican extcaa borderas border bonieras
as it is but all suggestions d0n6 that tJaattownspeople the thetownspeople
townspeople are not as peaceable aa4 as ascivilised asch11t7teCI
civilised as those of any other com community eDmmunlty cornmunlty ¬
munlty of similar size in the country are areemphatically areempha
emphatically empha tiNily repudiated repudiatedThe repudiatedTJac repudiatedThe
The Democratic Attitude AttitudeConsiderable
Considerable C n lderabk Interest is manifested in inthe Inthe
the attitude of the Democrats of e th thSenate l lStnate t7Senate
Senate toward the Foraker resolution Sofar So Sofar Sof
far f r they have not participated in thediscussion the thecttecussfon the1iecusslon
discussion of the Brownsville case cue m to any anyway anymtY
way and it t is I understood that this thispolicy thispolicy thispolicy
policy of aloofness will 1U be continuedunless continued continuedunless eontlaudunl
unless unl the situation undergoes a material materialchange I Ichange
change Most of the Democratic Senators Senatorsapparently Senatorsapparfl1t1y
apparently take aka the view that they are arenot arenot
not called on to interfere in a quarrel quarrelwhieh I Iwhleb
which up > ip to this time tllll has been eon eonftned eotISIRed eonflned
SIRed to the Republican side of the thechamber thecbR
chamber cbR tberScn3tor i iSenator tSenator
Senator Tillnwui has been quoted qUGt CI as asserting as asserting AM AMsertlng ¬
serting that he thinks the President didan did didan didAn
an injustice to at least some 0 membersof members membersof JIleMberof
of the discharged dIsc battalion but he has hashad hashad vas vashad
had nothing to say on the floor of the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate Senator Bailey whose bo plan it is isto Isto
to return to Washington shortly after afterthe arterthe
the reconvening of Congress next weekand week weekand eel eeland
and who is expected to indicate the theDemocratic theDem theDemocratic
Democratic Dem tratlc position by virtue of his ac acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged ¬
knowledged leadership of the minority minorityhas minorityhas
has been quoted in an authorized inter interview Interview interview ¬
view as upholding the Presidents action actionA
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