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THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALD WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 3 1907 3 3
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THAWTRIALTO THAW TIIATMALTOBEI TIIATMALTOBEISelection TRIAL TO BEGINSelection BEGIN BEGINSelection
Selection of Jurors J lllO S Will Till BeTaken Be BeTaken DeTaken
Taken k Up U 1 This Morning MorningINSANE MorningINSAUE b bINSANE
INSANE THEN BUT NOT NOW NOWIdiivycrs NOW1n1ClK NOWlaiwycrs
Idiivycrs for Defense Refuse HcfneQuoted to < Be IleQuoted BeQnotell < >
Quoted but Generally Genernl Aclcnowl AclcnowlidKu Ae1no11llJC AClnotvlcdgc
idKu Slayer of Wliiie lUe Will VJll Plead PlenaEmotional PlendEmotionnl PleadEmotional
Emotional Insanity < Jeromes erotucs FIrst FlratActive FlrltAcihe FIrstactse
Active Acihe Participation In Trial TrialNew TrinlXeW TrialNew
New York Jan JtKverytMng to in inreadiness Inra Inreadiness
readiness ra for the beginning of the trial trialof trialor trialof
of Harry 1C Thaw for the murder of ofStanford oCSttntOld ofStanford
Stanford While The work of selecting selectinga eeUut eeUuta
a jury will begin at t tOM 18 t oclock tomor tomorrow tomqrTOW torngrrow ¬
row morning mo before Justice Fltagerald in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Supreme Court Criminal branch branchDistrict branchDistriet branchDistrict
District Attorney Jerome and Aaa Assistant AssistantDistrict Aul atant atantDistrict lant lantDistrict
District Attorney Garvan will have charge chargeof
of the prosecution and aM Lawyers Del Delmas Delmas Delrnas
mas Hartridge e Peabody Gieasen n and andOReilly andOReilly andOReilly
OReilly will have charge c of Thaws in interests Inhrest Intr ¬
terests tr rests A special panel of an talesmen talesmenhis menhas talesmenhas
has been drawn from which the jury jurywill jurywHl jurywill
will be selected selectedWith HleetedWith selectedWith
With the exception eeptlon of one or two two unim nnimp unimportant 1tDlmportant ¬
portant p > rtant witnesses wttDe8lNlll the district cH8trJctattorney cH8trJctattorneyrouncl4d attorney attorneyrounded attorneyrounded
rounded up today to everybndy who may be becalled beailed becalled
called to testify for the prosecution prosecutioncither pce preeeeutlontither eeatlon eeatlonfither
cither on the direct or in rebuttal All Allthose AUthose Allthose
those who had anything aJlytbi to do In connec connection con connection nee neetion ¬
tion with the arrest of Thaw or other otherdevelopments otherdevelopments otherdeveloptaenta
developments after Thaw shot White Ite oil orithe othe oilthe
the roof of the Madison Square Garden Gardenwere Gardenere Gardenwere
were ere examined by Assistant District At Attorney Attorney t ttorney ¬
torney Garvan this afternoon The law lawyers lawyers lawyers ¬
yers for Thaw say 1 they are re all ready with withhis withhi withhis
his hi caseWhatever case caseWhatever caseWhatever
Whatever sensational testimony te is isb Ishougbt IsIi
b hougbt ought out will be produced by the tbedefen5e tbedefen5eThat defense defenseThat defenseThat
That is practically certain Mr Jerome Jeromeintends Jeromeintends Jeromeintends
intends to show by several witnesses wtt what whatled whatItd whath
h led d up to the shooting of White from the thelime theime
ime Thaw and nd his wife and some friends friendswere friendswere frlendswere
were in the Cafe Martin to the actual actualkilling actualIilllng actualkilling
killing on the Garden roof All of that thattory thattory thatstory
tory tory < has been told and is familiar to al almost almost a1most ¬
most every one That wit put it up to toThaw toTh1w toThaw
Thaw to excuse or justify himself elf for forshooting forhooUnE forshooting
shooting White Tlttte while thelatter the latter was sit sitting sitting sitting ¬
ting at the table with no one near him himind hi hind hissand
and < nd watching a hodgepodge h podge musical musicalshow mUffica1show musicalshow
show
Insane Inl nnc TL Then en Xot Insane Jtoiv JtoivIt rio rioIt IiowIt
It is definitely known k On although Thaws Thawslawyers ThaW1In Thawslawyers
+ lawyers In wyefll refused to be quoted on the sub subjtrt abjut subjcct
jut that Thaws defense will be emo emotional cmot ¬
Tonal t insanity which means means that he will willtry willtry willtry
try to show that he was Insane when he hekilled 1tehilled hekilled
killed White but that he is sane now low w In Inorder InITIt Inorder
order ITIt to show ahO that he was insane In ane it is isunderstood isunderstood
understood UlHlt > rslOOd that Thaws Thaw counsel eoun el will take takethe taketlic
the tl1 lid off ms a man familiar famlllar11th with what whati bat batj
j is going on in the Thaw Tha camp expressed expressedit expressed cxpre111e4it
it today and try to bring out every bit ef efscandal cCscandal f fwanda
scandal or anything else that can be at attached atla attached ¬
tached la l hOO to Whites name Them Tbe has been beenpome beenme beensme
pome me speculation as to Dow much of thiskind this thiskind thiskinl
kind of testimony will be admitted admittedIn
In anticipation of just this kind of a defnsc de deftnde de deftn
ftnde ftn the district attorneys office has hastaken baataktn hastaken
taken care to look up every story that ha habeen has ba4htt hasseen
been htt > n gossiped around the Tenderloin T nderloln or orpublished orpuhnshed orpublished
published It is understood that the din district d dtrict dintrit ¬
trict attorney has haIIln1 ia his possession 110 1on more of ofthis oft ofthis
this t Is kind that has not yet been turned turnedloose turnedloose eCIIOHse
loose
Will 111 Hciiort Trial Fnlly FnllyIf PullyIf
If the preparations of the newspapers newspapersto
to t < report the trial are any ny indication the theasc theasc theasc
asc has attracted more attention than than4uy Uaan1IY thanguy
guy 1IY other trial in the history of the coun conntry counry
1 try ry Y Already there are about 200 28 appli appliations appUtaUons appliatlons
< ations for seats for newspaper men menalone men menlone risenalone
alone lone Outside of the courtroom a a tele telegraph telegraph talegraph ¬
graph company has fitted up an office officewith omeewith ofitcewith
with a dosen or more wires This ThillwiU ThillwiUbf will willbe willbe
be inside of the police lines In addition additionto
to the regular newspaper men in this thiscity thisd thisr
city d r ity ly there are reporters here from all allover allovert over overthe overthe
the t he country rount and from several English and andFrench aAduonch andFrench
French uonch newspapers newspapersThaw ae newspapersThaw pen penTha
Thaw Tha VI ban shown no sns Mess of worriment wonrlmentover 4f01I1metttover worrimentover
over the approach of f Ms trial It to pretty prettycertain ptetUOertaln prettycertain
certain that he and his wife will be witn wit witns wttnseB
ns nseB n s es esit esIt
it 1 t is known that members of his family familyincluding tamUyindudlag familyincluding
including his h wife two sisters ld ters brothers brothersand bn tbenand bietbersand
and mother will probably be in the court courtroom eourtroom courtroom ¬
room all during the trial trialThaw trialThaw trialThaw
Thaw is said to have been studying up upon upun upon
on criminal trials during the last few fewdays fewdays fewclays
days While there re Is no definite informa information Intormatif informatin ¬
tin tif on the subject it is understood that thathe thate thatle
he e intends to take a very active part in inthe Intilt inthe
the selection of the jury He intends to topee tof tocc
cc pee f > c it Is said that no juror is selected selectedunless selectedtmlea selectedisnless
unless It is with hi his approval Those who whoare whoare whoare
are familiar with Thaws actions in the theTnmbs tbeTombs theTombs
Tombs say that he is very stubborn and andthat andthat andthat
that he will have his own way This case caseRill easewill casewill
will be District Attorney Jeromes first firstactive Antadiye firstactive
active participation in a criminal trial trialLIVED trialLIVED trialLIVED
LIVED AFTER HANGING HANGINGJohn HAt HANGINGJohn GING GINGJohn
John McGroKnii UcG roKftll Civil War ur Veteran VeteranDead YeterallDoatl VeteranDead
Dead at Biprhtyfour UlthtyfnnrIaterson BiprhtyfourPa Ei htronr htronrPaterson
Pa Paterson tenon N J Jan 22 2 22John John John Mc McCrogan ilcCrogan Mcirgan
Crogan who was hanged by guerrillas guerrillasin uerrlUas uerrlUasin
in the civil war ar but was cut down by bysome byme byme
some me of Shermans calvarymen in time timet
t tI < > save a ve his bl life is dead at his hi home homeu homeiwrt
iwrt u re at the age of eightyfour et < htyfour years yearsMrGrogan yearsIcGrosaD yearssLrGrogan
MrGrogan enlisted with the Thirteenth ThirteenthXw ThtrteenUfW Thirteenthew
Xw fW Jersey ok Volunteers in August A Augustis at
1 1 is > 62 > 2 and served until the regiment regimentwas
was ntustestd JII out t in 18 1815 1815J 1815IIe 5 5H
IIe H J I P was la nineteen aJDet en battles and andskirmishes aJulkirmllhes andskirmishes
skirmishes I In tine te of which he was waswounded waawnundfd wasWofnded
wounded In the famous march to tothe totIlt totin
the sea McGrogan was one of a foraging forag foraging toragin ¬
ing in g party ef eight e bt who were captured capturediiy
iiy guerrillas The prisoners were werestrung weretrunc werestrung
strung up to the limbs of trees by their theirraptors theirntpto theircaptors
raptors ntpto who quickly departed d parted The Theguerillas TbeglHrmu Thegw
guerillas gw rillas had hardly lIanll gone when a aparty aIarty aparty
party of Union cavalrymen arrived arJ1vedfnt and andit andtut
fnt it down the men Of the eight MeGrogan Me MeGrogan MeGrogan
Grogan was the only oal one that could be berevived Der berc
revived revivedThe r vived vivedThe Ivfd IvfdThe
The guerrillas had not properly ad adjusted adj1stoo adjested ¬
jested the knot and it got caught caughtunder caUIttunder caughtunder
under McGrogans chin in such a manner man manner mannr ¬
ner as to permit him to breathe breatheSAW breatbeSAW breatheSAW
SAW ABRAHAM LINCOLN SHOT SHOTCnpt SHOTnpt SHOTCapt
Cnpt npt Granville Lewis Will VIII Be BeBnrled DeDnrlclI BeBuried
Buried nt Arlington ArlingtonPhiladelphia Arlln ArlingtonPhtiadeIilla ton tonphUadelptda
Philadelphia Jan 22The The funeral of ofrapt ofCnpt ofapt
rapt apt Granville Lewis 1a U S S A A who was wasa wasa wasa
a spectator of the play m In the oW Fords FordsTheater lIontscheater FordsTheater
Theater Washington Ro when beD President PresidentLincoln PleIIIdentLincoln Pre PreLincoln
Lincoln wa was shot botlt by Booth Booth was held at atMs atIi athis
Ms Ii home IB lArch Arch street street tonight irf irft IntTmtnt Iritrment
t tTmtnt < rment will be made in Arlington A Nation National ¬
al I Cemetery t Washington W H He died at his hislme bI8bme
lme 1 me Sunday after an illness of fifteen fifteenmonths Ifteenmonths fifteeninonta
monthsCapt inontaCapt months monthsCapL
Capt L LwIs vte wa e been hi this city nearly nearlyseventy nearJ nearJnt nearlys
seventy s venty nt J S bl + m 11fM jfrlar tit to the civil war warle warltt warlr
le serve UtsP Sims in I the army armylie arm armHe armyl
lie l to celled C t i New York YorkYolunteei YorkYolunteee York1olunteei
Yolunteei i ary try t of 4 i d throughout throughoutthe
the > war nx TV + t battles and andws anda andws
ws a cow < J ea = 1 occasions for forhravery forhrRer forbravery
bravery t if r vt t or T t Lewis ad advanced adv advanod ¬
vanced v vanod n t assshjned limed to tothe tot tothe
the t 11 > lid i 0 t w ro Hfluitry and andserved andSf
1 served Sf > Ttd fl = ti K iBpaigns palps Sn Snwan a Howas H HWatl
was rett ft rs r 5 B U > A wife wiffsurvive 1lftlunlv wifesnrviv
survive > Rtf i iTtw11
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T Ttw11 wi f Ui h t ft Destroyed DestroyedChartfstix DotroyeIIChar DestroyedChard
Chard Char 44Slre which whichstartedt whichftart whichstartect
startedt ftart t 4e ln l partially partiallydestn partiallydfStn3 partiallydestrai
destn dfStn3 V t 3 ilet let N C Ceixty c coldYmJ CIxty
eixty oldYmJ Ixty ml l R > t this t ls afternoon afternoonv1
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AUNTS SHOT STOPS WEDDING WEDDINGMortally WEDDINGlUortnll WEDDINGMortally
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Mortally lUortnll Wound WOU JfepKew eplew When lie HeCall lieCull lieCalls
Call Calls to Get His DressSult DressSultPlttaburg1 DreKIIJSultPItt8burg Dress Suit SuitPlttsburg
Plttaburg1 Jan 22 2John John Guaragno Guaragnoaerd aragnoaged Guaragnoaged
aged twenty an Italian was to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been married today to Mary Zanes Zanesseno ZanNeno
seno aged nineteen and both real residents realdents realdents ¬
dents of Stowe township ton hlp Instead InsteadGuaragno lJIliteadGuaragno InsteadGuaragno
Guaragno is at the point of death at athis athi1l athis
his home with a bullet in his brain brainMrs brainMrs brainMrs
Mrs Domenioa Tancredi aged thirty thirtynve thlrt7fio thirtydye
nve fio dye is in jail and admits firing the shot shotthat ahotthat shotthat
that will proVe proi + e fatal to her nephew nephewTho nepheWTho nephewThe
Tho aunt objected to the marriage marriageand marrtageand marriageand
and when he called today to take takeaway takeawa7 takeaway
away his wedding suit they quarreled quarreledand quarreledand quarreledand
and the shot was fired She threw his hissupposed hisauppoliOd hissupposed
supposed lifeless body out into the theyard theyard
yard d where It was found Under ex examination exI examination ¬
I amination at tho county jail thewoman the thewoman thewoman
woman made a claim that her nephew nephewattempted Rephe Rephesttempted nephewattempted
attempted to attack her and that Mils Milscaused 14 14caused ihiscaused
caused her to lire on him himGEOGRAPHERS himGEOGRAPHERS trimGEOGRAPHERS
GEOGRAPHERS TO DINE PEARY PEARYPolar PEARYPolnr PERRYPolar
Polar Explorer Will Be Feted l lay 1tTPhUnr1e1hln layPhiladelphia y yPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Organization OrganizationPhiladelphia Or OrganizationPhiladelphia ulllzntloll ulllzntlollPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 22 Commander Peary Pearywill Pearywill Pearywill
will answer the toast tout The Peary Arctic ArcticClub ArcticClub ArcticClub
Club at the annual dinner of the Geo Geographical Georapbical Geographical ¬
graphical Society next Friday evening at atthe atthe atthe
the Hotel Walton Talton Besides Be tdea Commander CommanderPeary ConunaDderPer7 CommanderPeary
Peary and airs Peary many widely widelyknown widelykno widelyknown
known kno persons will be present presentAmong pre presentAmong e t tAmong
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Among them are Dr Wilfred T Gren Grenfell Grentell Greafell
fell medical missionary to Labrador Dr DrAlexander DrAleuooer DrAlexander
Alexander Graham Bell and Mrs Bell BellDr Bell BellDr BellDr i
Dr Frederick A Cook Gook and Mrs i Cook CookProf CookProf CookProf 1
Prof William Llbbey of o Princeton Uni University Unlveralt Univetrdty ¬
versity Mrs Leoniflas nl Hubbard Cyrus CyrusAdams CTrusAcIa CyrusAdams I
Adams AcIa Uf Gilbert H Grosvenor editor editorGeographic editorGeographic j i
Geographic Magazine and Mrs Groe Groevenor Groevenor Grosvenor ¬ i
venor Herbert L I Bridgman secretary RCletaT7of j jof i
of the Peary Arctic Club William Pot Potter Potter Potter ¬ I
ter J S S W V Holton and Mrs Holton HoltonGeorge HoltonGeom HoltonGeorge
George W Ochs the Rev Re Carl E Gram Grammer Grammet i imer
mer and onnd Mrs Irs Grammer CrammerPRISIONER GrammerPRISIONER GrammerPRISIOER I
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PRISIONER DOES HOUDINI ACT ACTSlips ACTSlips ACTSlips I
Slips Out of Steel Cell with No Trace Traceof Traceof Traceof i
of How He Did It ItBar Itlot ItNot i
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lot n Bar Scratched Nor or LoclflclcdPirxt LocU LocUIickcil
flclcdPirxt Iickcil 1 Jc1 cIIIJrllt Vimt ISicnpe In InTwenty InTwenb InTwenty
Twenty Years YearsNew YenrsNew YearsNew I
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New York Jan 22A Aa though he bad haddissolred badcJed baddissolved
dissolved Into lo < thin air a prisoner priMR was wasfound WMfound was wasfound
found early rl today to have escaped from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the West Thirtyseventh street police sta station stUon station ¬
tion leaving not a single clew cle to his htewhereabouts hiswhereabouta hiswhereabouts
whereabouts The prisoner John Swee Sweeney Sweeney Sweeney ¬
ney had been arrested by Detectives Pea Peabody Peabody Peabody
body and Brennaa of Polloe police heAdquarters heAdquartersSweeney bea headquartersSweeney quarten quartenSweeney
Sweeney was in his cell at 11 1145 oclock oclocklast oclockJut oclocklast
last night n1 ht when th the doorman made his hisrounds Alarounds hisrounds
rounds The cell door was locked se securely H Heurely securely ¬
curely Half an hour later when heft thedoorman the thedoorman thecJooMDlU
doorman entered the celiroom he saw the thedoor udoor tb tbdoor
door still locked but the prisoner had din disappeared ells ellsJohn dinJohn ¬
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appeared appearedJohn
John Mulling MulU the night doorman went wentto ventto nt ntto
to the cell eel I at 1215 115to to give one of the theprisoners UteJMieoner theprisoners
prisoners a drink of water He walked walkedto
to the cell door at the end of the room roomand roomand roomand
and found it empty There was no trace traceof tJaeeof traceof
of Sweeney SweeneyCant SweenerCapt SweeneyCapt I
Capt Ruasel was then called Before Beforemaking DeforemakiJ Beforemaking
making makiJ an examination ettlltlna tleft he sent out theentire the theentire OleenUre
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entire reserve force giving them a deacrlption de description de dexrlptJon ¬
scription of the escaped e8CpedCaJt prisoner prisonerCapL prisonerCapt i i
CapL Russell then went to the cell from fromwhich fromwhich TOlD TOlDwlUeh I
which Sweeney had escaped and examined examinedit
it carefully carefullyEvery carefullyEvery carefullyEvery
Every bar in the cell door was tested testedbut tMtedbut tastedbut
but all n rang true and when examined had hadnot Madnot badnot
not even been scratched The Theoek lock on onthe 011the onthe
the door leading IeadtD from the cell was w untouched un untouched 11ft 11fttouched ¬
touchedTo touchedTo touched touchedTo
To get t from his cell Sweeney had to toopen toopen toopen
open or pass through two seta of steel steelbars steelbani steelbars
bars set close together He would first firsthave ftrsthave drathave
have to get through the cell door into the thecorridor thecorridor thecorridor
corridor in front of the cells Then there therei therewould therewould
i would be yet another set of iron bars he hewould Mwould hewould
would have to pass to get from the cell cellcorridor ceUcorridor cellcorridor
corridor to the room roomHow roomHow roomHow
How the man got out of the cell Is a amystery alDIItery amystery
mystery The door was wa not forced the thelock thelock thelock
lock was not picked cked the bars were not noteven noteven noteven
even scratched the police say sayNEGROES sayNEGROES 3 3NEGROES
NEGROES ATTACK CHILDREN CHTLDEENHeat
Heat White IIHc Pupils and Tear Clothe ClotheXenr ClothcorXcnr ClothesNcar
Xenr Chicago Chlca n School SchoolChicago SchoolChIcago SchoolChicago
Chicago Jan 23 2A A manual training trainingclass trabalngclass trainingclass
class of white children from the Coper Copernicus Copernicus Copernicus ¬
nicus School was attacked to today Y by negre ne negro De DeKIO ¬
gro ruffians within a few fe blocks of the theschool thechool theschool
school building buUdln The white pupils were werebeaten werebeaten werebeaten
beaten and their clothes torn tornWhen turnWhen tarnWhen
When word of the attack reached ebed the theschool the8Cbool theschool
school officials they appealed at once to toCapt toCapt toCapt
Capt Madden of the Englewood En wood police policestation pOlicestation polleestation
station for protection In response e to tothe tothe tothe
the request Capt Madden ltdcIen sent Sergt SergtJohn Ser SerJohn SergiJohn
John Hogan and four policemen to the theschool theschool theschool
school to escort a number of o children to toand toaa toand
and from their classes classesA esA
A week ago the neighborhood about the theschool theschool theschool
school was aroused by negro attacks on onlittle onUttle onlittle
little white children More than a score scorewere 8Corewere scorewere
were attacked while on the way and andmany andmany andmany
many were severely beaten their clothesbeing clothes clothesbeing clothesbelD
being < torn to shreds The police poI were werecalled 1erecalled werecalled
called on to stop the t thg race war r The school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding schoolbuilding
building was guarded uarded while hne policemen policemenpatrolled policemenpatrolkod policemenpatrolled
patrolled the streets in the whole dis district dl dltrlet district ¬
trict Conferences were called and with withthe wltbthe withthe
the aid of the police and school authori authorties authorities authorities ¬
ties it was 1a 1ho bought t the trouble would be besettled besettled besettled
settled settledIt 9 9It v vIt
It itt declared the trouble was brought broughton brou t ton
on again when the classes were made up upto upto upto
to go to the Earle School The pupilsrebelled pupils pupilsi IIplisrebelled
i rebelled declaring they feared being beI attricked at attaekad atta
tricked ta on the way The police were werethen weretIleR werethen
then Called to act as an escort for the themanual themanual themanual
manual training cia ciaSTATTEE classes classesSTATTER ee eeSTATTER
STATTER IN KEEPS PLACE PLAGEIK
IK Sworn In a IUI A Assistant sistant Secretary Secretaryof Sccr Secretary Secretaryof tnrr tnrror
of the Treniury TreniuryArthur Trenorur TrenorurArthur TrensnryArthur
Arthur F Statter succeeding Charles CharlesH
H Keep as Assistant Secretary of the thereasnry theTreallUr theTreasury
Treasury reasnry was sworn in yesterday His Hisdesk HhidftSk Hisdesk
desk was laden with floral offerings from fromTreasury fromTrea fromTreasury
Treasury Trea ul employes and outside friends friendsand frJtonda frlerndand
and he received many many telegrams and let letters Jettera letters
ters of congratulation congratulationMr
Mr Statter was born at Carlisle Eng England England England ¬
land and followed his parents to this thiscountry tblscountry thiscountry
country in the early as After two twoyears tw twyears twoyears
years on his fathers ranch near Sioux SiouxCity SIouxCily SiouxCity
City Iowa he moved to Sioux City where wherebe wherehe i ilie
lie was 1t8 educated at the public schools aehoolsLlLter schoolsLater I ILater
Later he took an engineering course at atCornell atCorMU atCornell
Cornell College Mount Vermin Iowa IowaAfter IowaAfter j jAfter
After leaving college he entered a bank bankand bRnkand bankand
and later became assistant superintendent superintendentof s perlnlendentof
of the Sioux City Cable Railway RailwayHe RaIlyaYHe RailwayHe
He then drifted into journalism and andbecame Andm andbecame
became m the > managing editor of the Walla wanaWalla WallaWalla I IWalla
Walla Daily Union owned by Levi An Anken Ankeny j jkeny
keny ken When Senator Ankeny Ankt > ny was elected electedMr electedMr electedMr
Mr Statter came to Washington with him himas himas himas
as his secretary Last spring ho w was ap appolnttd appolntd appointd
polnttd d sccr S secretary Crftaf Ui to Secretary c Shaw ShawO ShawOiALON e u i iPHONE
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DRYDEN HOT OT CHOSEN CHOSENThreatened OHOSENTllreatene1 OllOSET
Threatened Deadlock DeaUo lr in 111 New NewJersey NewJersey NewJersey T
Jersey Becomes Reality RealityREPUBLICANS RealityREPUBLIOANS RealityREPUBLICANS
REPUBLICANS STAND FIRM FIRMiftM FmMDJht FIRMEight
Eight iftM Men Icn Who Refused to < o Caucus CuticnnInsist CuuenInlIKt CaucusInaiatlhey
Insist Inaiatlhey They llaC Will Vlll Not ot vote ote for Senator Sen Seiint Senntor
nt ntor r t Under Any An ClrcmitMtniieeK ClrcmitMtniieeKAntlM ClreUulMtnneeRAntlH CireumstnneeaAntis
Antis Believe They Thc May In lie De Defeated D Drented Dcfented ¬
rented by 11 > Trick Play PlayTrenton PInyTtoa nayTrsstoa
Trenton N J Jan S iThe The e threnUned tbraatsneddeadlock threnUneddeadlock tJuwdnedeadlock
deadlock over the election ot a a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator to succeed John F Dry Dryclen Dryden 1 1den
den has so far become a reality re 1llY that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there Is scarcely more than a possibility possibilityof p0M5lbllfto possibilityof
of o any Immediate selection being beln made madeby madeby madeby
by the legislature As u the situation situationstands attUlltionataJK1a situationstands
stands Mr Dryden has 3ft votes Ot68 In the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two houses with 41 necessary to a choice choiceThe choiceTIle choiceThe
The remaining remalnl g eight ht Republicans who whorefused whoreueecl whorefused
refused to enter the caucus continue firmin firm firmin firmIn
in the position that tba they will not vote votefor vot votfor votefor
for Mr r Dryden under any 1l circumstances clrcumlitancOiland circumstancesand
and the persistence with which they theymaintain the theI themaintain theymaintain
maintain this position J in the face of every everyinfluence everyInfttenet everyInfluence
influence brought to bear during the day dayhas duyi dayhas
has led to the general conclusion that thatMr thatMr
Mr Dryden i lDore more > 7 ore than ever a politi political poIltII political ¬
cal impossibility This is assorted by his liteopponents hisopponmtll hisopponents
opponents and admitted by many of his hisheretofore htsi hisheretofore
heretofore supporters supportersThe supportelLi supportersThe
The antiDryden men are keenly on the thealert thei thealert
alert and not without some apparent apparentcause app apparentcause rent rentI
cause eau8e for a trick play to accomplish the thereelection Utelectlon thereelection
reelection lectlon of Mr Dryden The cue was wasgiven wasgiven VIWI
given ven last night when ben Attorney General GeneralMcCarter Gen GeneralMcCarter end endMcCarter
McCarter In response to a request fromthe from fromthe frolDthe
the Republican caucus gave the opinicw opinicwthat oroINII or + nhen nhenthat
that the election of a United Unlt 41 > States Sena Senator Se > t ttor ¬
tor could be secompHshed by a majority majorityof
of a quorum pf of each house houSe ip Joint ses eession session j ¬
Isloo sion and did not require a majority vote voteof voteof
of the entire membership of the Joint see seesloe ses session 8ftaloft ¬
aloft alofti sloeThis
sionThis
This would mean that in the extreme extremeInstance extremei extremeinstance
Instance with the proper number of ab absentees abI abaentees ¬
sentees 2Z members might Ight elect although althoughthere uUhougbthere althoughthere
there are SI m In the two houses ell Any at attempt atbowever attempt ¬
tempt however to accomplish an election electionby ellCttnftb7 electionby
by absenting < members or securing Demo Democratic DemoeraUc Democratic ¬
cratic votes will be promptly met met It is isasserted hiaaMrted isasserted
asserted by the Democrats and by mem members memI members ¬
bers of the Republican caucus who will willnot willI willnot
not consider their obligations to Mr Ir Dry DryI Dryden Dryden
den at atan an end endELECTED endELECTED endELECTED
ELECTED BY POPULAR VOTE VOTEllonrnc VOTEJJourne VOTEBourne
Bourne of Oregon Ore on IlccelvcN Notice Noticeof Noticeof otlcc otlccor
of HIM 111 Selection for Senate SenateJonathan SenllteJonathan SenateJonathan
Jonathan Bourne jr of Portland PortlandOreg Porthuldwho PortlandOreg
Oreg who was yesterday y chosen by the thelegislature theJegtaIture thelegislature
legislature of that State as United States StatesSenator StalesSeaator StatesSenator
Senator for the term beginning 1MI March 4 4next 4Det 4next
next received the news of his election electionin eleeUolJIn
in Washington WuhlD < toaa It did not come as a stir surprise ftTpri8e stirptac ¬
prise to him him however as the action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature le was simply the ratification ratificationof
of the popular election for Senator held heldI beklIII heldin
in Oregon last June Mr Bourne was a acandidate IIcancJldate acandidate
candidate for Senator under the primary primarylaw primarylaw primarylaw
law and received the highest hi8b popularvote popularvote popular popularvote
vote voteThe voteThe
voteTIle
The new ne Oregon Senator was ats born In InNew InNew InNew
New Bedford Mass X February 38 31 MR 1906and MRand
and entered Harvard College In 187 1m and andremained adremained andremained
remained until the end of his Junior tor year yearAfter yearAfter T TAfter
After traveling around the world he set settled et etI settled ¬
tled at Portland Orel May K 11 ISIS where wherebe wherehe wherebe
be read law and was admitted tted te the theOregon tltei theOregon
Oregon bar m In 1S8L Becoming Becorniaga largely in interested kIi Intotentail ¬
terested in the mining interests Intere ts of theNorthwest the theNorthwest theI
Northwest he practiced law for only onlyabout 081 081II onlyabout
about a year thereafter devoting Ottn his at attention attention attention ¬
tention to his raining and other business businessinterests buslnNIJInterMtL businessInterests
interests He is lsJft5ldent president of a number numberof
of Oregon n corporations and of the theBourne tbeBourne theBourne
Bourne Cotton Mills at Fall River MassHe Mass MassHe liaHe
He was a Republican publlcan member of the theOregon Uterepn theOregon
Oregon legislature 1eais legs ture during the sessions 011II of
1886 11 188 1 isss KM Jd 1897 l88 was a delegate to the theRepublican tlMRepubUcan theRepublican
Republican national convention in UK and and18S2
18S2 1 and was Oregons < member of the Republican Re Republican Re Republican ¬
publican National Committee Commit from 1888 to to1SK to1S1
1SK 1SKGAMBLE
GAMBLE DOWNS OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONWins
Wins In in South Dnlrotn Dnl otu Despite Irrecoucllnblc Irre Irreconcilable IreeOllcUnhlc ¬
concilable Stalwart Republicans RepublicansPierre UcpnbllcnnoiPIerre RepublicansPierre
Pierre S S Dak Jan JanRobert 22 Robert B Gam Gamble Gamble Gamble ¬
ble was this afternoon reelected to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Senate by both houses of ofthe orthe ofthe
the South Dakota legislature legislatureThree l legislatureThree lature latureThree
Three of the Stalwart Republicans in inthe inthe inthe
the senate and twelve in the house were wereirreconciled wereIrreeoaclled wereirreconcIled
irreconciled despite the thorough investi investigation InVtlltlplJon Investigation ¬
gation and exoneration of Senator Gaines Gam Gamble Gamble ¬
ble and voted for Sterling of Vermilion VermilionYanosdel VermtlloRY VermilionVanosd
Yanosdel Y Vanosd el l and Price of Gambles own owncounty 0 0county owncounty
county were still bitter the former ornte voting vot voting ¬
ing < against inat Gamble and the latter for forHill forHit forHill
Hill Hit under protestThe protest protestThe protestThe
The Democrats supported former Gov GovLee Go GoLee GovLee
Lee LeeCALLS
CALLS TILLMAN UNFIT UNFITMniin UNFITlnlln UNFITMaim
Maim RefuMeH to Yotc for Sonth SonthCarolina SonthCarolinn SouthCarolina
Carolina Senators Return ReturnColumbia RetnrnColumbia ReturnColumbia
Columbia S S C Jan 22 2Se Senator lltor B R RTHlman R RTillman RTilinran
THlman was today balloted on for United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator by the house The joint jointsession JoIRtion jointsession
session ion will be held tomorrow when he hewill hewill hewill
will be elected electedMr electedMr electedMr
Mr Mann did not vote for Tillman de declaring de declaring declaring ¬
claring him unlit to be United States Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator because of his insults to the Prohi Prohibitionists Problbllkinlsts Prohibitlonlsts ¬
bitionists in declaring them in league leaguewith leaguewith leaguewith
with the bar rooms rooma and also because h hhad hhad hp hphad >
had never explained the Hubbel rebates rebatesHe rebatesHe rebatesHe
He wanted to put this on the journal journalbut journalbut journalbut
but the house noose turned down his requestThe request requestThe requestThe
The senate voted solidly for THlman THlmanIvnuic TUlmanI TillmanKnute
Ivnuic I lIlIte Nelson Xc on Returned ReturnedSt
St Paul Paul Minn Jan 2tBoth 21 Both houses housesof housesof housesof
of the Minnesota legislature voted sepa separately 5eNlratel separately ¬
rately ratel to return Knute Nelson to the thoUnited tltdUnltec1 theUnited
United States Senate Four Democratic Democraticsenators Deznocrat1cHt1tonJ Democraticsenators
senators voted for Senator Nolson The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only Populist in the legislature placed pl cod th thname the thoname thename
name of Gov Johnson in nomination and andmade uUfIma4e andmade
made a speech which attracted much attention at attention attention ¬
tention tentionUnnnhnouH
Unanimous for Cullom CullomSpringfield Cul1olllSprln CullomSpringfield
Springfield Sprln ld IlL Jan 22 22Shelby Shelby M f Cul Cullom CulJom Cullom ¬
lom who has been United States Senator Senatorfrom Senatorrom Senatorfrom
from rom Illinois continuously since 18S8 was wastoday wastoday wastoday
today reelected toy a unanimous vote of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 1C Republican members of the legis legislature 1eglslature loglslaturo ¬
lature This 111 is the fifth time Mr Cullompas Cullom Cullomhas Cullomhas
has been elected to the Senate SenateWarren SenateVarrcn SenateWarren
Warren Gqitt G tH UnaiiimonH Vote VoteCheyenne VoteCheyenne otc otcCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Jan 22 22B By the unan unanimous unrmlmous unanimous ¬
imous vote of his party United States StntesSenator SmtesSeaator StatesSenator
Senator Francis E Warren rarren was today todayreelected todayreeleeted todayreelected
reelected for the sixyear x ear term termJames termTnmes termJames
James 31 GoldMby GoItblt Sues Railway RailwayBy RullwnyBY RailwayBy
By the car oo o which he was a passenger passengersuddenly pa8Sensersuddenly passengersuddenly
suddenly starting before he had a chance clmncto ehnn ehnnto chanceto
to properly step off James M Goldsby Goldsbyalleges Goldsbralleges Goldsbyalleges
alleges he was violently thrown to the theground theground theground
ground and sustained serious and per permanent per permanent fsermanent ¬
manent inurtes His His attorneys J Mc McDowell McDowell McDoweil ¬
Dowell Carrington and Hayden Ha den Johnson Johnsonyesterday JohnsonyesterdR Johnsonyesterday
yesterday entered suit against agnln t the theWashington theWashington theWashington
Washington Railway Ral1lI and Electric Com Company Company Company ¬
pany to recover for their client dam damages damages damages ¬
ages in the sum of 16000 Goldsby Goldsb claims claimstliat claimsthat claimsthat
that the accident occurred on November
24 last ia8tJ at the corner of Eighth and H Hstreet Hstreet Hstreet
street northeast northeastImr northeastIJnrt northeastInr
Imr IJnrt crt t Morning Jlornln Circulation CirculationAll ClrculntlonAll CirculationAll
All advertising contracts made by byThe byThe byThe
The Washington V Herald are arc based basedupon bnseJdupon basedupon
upon its sworn circulation circulationa a cir circulation ct ctculaUon circulation ¬
culation in Washington larger by bythousands bythoulands bythousands
thousands than was ever before at attained attainf attained ¬
tained tainf > d by h any morning newspaper newspaperat newspaper newspaperat newspaperat
at the Capital Ca ftal Its books are open
McAVERl McA VERI SUCCEEDS GOFF GAFFDeadlock GOFFDeadlock GOFFDeadlock
Deadlock In Recordcrshlp Fight FightBroken FJglltDroken FightBroken
Broken in New York YorkNow YorkNew YorkNew
New York Jan 28Judge 23 Judgo Judgo Francis F PMcAvori FMeA FMoAvorl
McAvori MeA vorl WAS elected recorder this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon to succeed aucccQ John W Goff by a com combination combination combination ¬
bination of the Democrats and Municipal MunicipalOwnership 1Iunlcl MunicipalOwnership nl nlOwnership
Ownership aldermen Tho voto was 42 for forMcAvor forlcAvr forMcAvor
McAvor to 35 for James Cowden Meyers Meyersthe Mocrsthe Meyersthe
the Republican candidate candidateIt
It was a long hard fight with many manyspeeches manyspeech manyspeeches
speeches speech 5 and explanation but Llttlo LittleTim LlttloTim LlttloTim
Tim Sullivan brought the MunicipalOwnership Municipal MunicipalOwnership IuniclpalOwnership
Ownership League L ue aldermen Into line with withthe withthe withthe
the threat that the beard of aldermen nldormenwould aldormenwould aldermenwould
would bo abolished by tho legislature legislatureand legislatureand legislatureand
and Gov Go Hughes would appoint a re recorder re reeornr recorder ¬
corder If the deatock was not broken brokentoday brokentoday brokentoday
today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The TUipubllcans had caucused for their theircandidate theirlettnlldAte theircandidate
lettnlldAte candidate James Cowden Meyers and andwere andi andwere
i were prepared to throw the appointment appointmentto
to the governor by adjournment and fail failure fallure failure ¬
I ure to elect but their scheme fell throughby through throughby throughby
by the breaking breakl of the deadlock deadlockWith dMdlockWith detdiockWith
With the election of Judge McAverf the theDemocratic theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats secured the control of the thoboerd U Uboard thebeard
board and hereafter the Republicans will willbe wUlbe willbe
be in the minority minoritySUNDAY minoritySUNDAY minoritySUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER SUES SUESI1NH SUEShiss I I3IINH
hiss I1NH Uejrney II eJtn C Want Salary Sulnr for forTeaching forTencblng forTeaching
Teaching Chliiee Student StudentBoston StlJllelltBaston StudentsBoston
Boston Jan 22 22Boston Boston Bo ton Sunday Sundayschool Sundaylehool Sundayschool
school circles were amazed today by bythe byUte bythe
the news news that one of the bestknown bestknownworkers beatknownwork beetknownworkers
workers work rll Miss MI Eliza Begney who whoteaches W whoteaches o oteaches
teaches in the Chinese Sunday Sunda school schoolhere choolhere schoolhere
here is suing the Broomfleld Methodist MethodistChurch M6thodlit M6thodlitChurth MethodistChurch
Church for salary salaryi alaryIt salaryIt
i It concerns eonct > rn the second largest Chi Chinese ChlJt Chinese ¬
nese Jt e Sunday school I III the United UnitedStates CnlttdSlates UnitedStates
States and It bring brl Into a 11 eaurtroom eesrtroomfor eaurtroomfor eertroomtor
for the first time on record the ques qwestion question question
tion of so much per iir for 9r a Sunday Sundayschool Sundayacheol Sundayschool
school worker workerMiss WorkerMia workerMiss
Miss Boeney ney declares that for In Instructing Instructing Instructing ¬
structing the Chinese In Sunday school schooland IICboolad schooland
and ad three afternoons a week and for fordoing fordoing fordoing
doing settlement ett1f M nt work among them the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church owes her 550 50e a year yearSIX JearSIX yearSIX
SIX FIREMEN ARE OVERCOME OVERCOMEInjuries OVERCOMEInjuries OVERCOMEInjuries
Injuries Result When Suffocated by byGases byGases byGases
Gases ant an l Smoke SmokeIllnzc SmokelJnxc SmokeBlaze
Blaze In New c York Online Only Only91UOOO On Onlyi1OOOO I Il00O
91UOOO i1OOOO l00O Damage lint Is Spec Snectncnlnr SIeeI Spectacular
I tncnlnr Affair AffairNew AtIRlrw AffairNafw
New w York Jan a 1sIx 9bc firemen dr were wereso wereso
so badly 7 Injured b the result r of being beingat beingOftIClOMe beingovercome
overcome by smoke and Inhaling pees peesat gasesat
at a Ore which threates threatened + ed a Jar large e block blockon blockon
on 19th street near Seventh Seftllt avenue that thntthey thatare thatthey
they are BOW in the J Hoed Wright rrltht and andHarlem andHarlem andHarlem
Harlem hospitals In a critical condition conditionThree conditionThree conditionThree
Three other otberl were also overcome but butwere butwere butwere
were able to go to their quarters alter afterbetas alterrevived alterbelts
betas revived by an ambulance buIaaee surgeon surgeonI aurseonOn surgeonOn
On the way to the Ire alt ambulance ambulancetrOlll ambulancehors
I from the J Hood Wright Hospital raa raaover raaOVfl r n nover
over an unknown uakno man on Manhattan Manhattanstreet aahaUanteet Manhattanstreet
street teet and 1Id his skull was fractured tractIanIdhe and anihe andhe
he will die dl ie th tbt + doctors say aayThe sayThe 7 7The
The actual damage damage by the fire will not notexceed DOtexceed notexceed
exceed 111 MMO but it was one of the thehardest tbelardelt thehardest
hardest th the department has had to conbat con cot
1 bat > at t in a long time and It was wacto necessary IItICearyto
to send ad in four alarms to get enough ap apparatus aJJIIUIltus a aparaatur ¬
paratus to extinguish ext the dames IuQesIhe damesThe names namesThe
The Arc started in the threestory threestorybulwing threetOfJbulldtR8 threestorybuildings
buildings owned and occupied by Davis DavisSolomon DaviJJI DaviJJI5oIoaIon DavisSolomon
Solomon as a fancy fane goods and toy store storeThe MoreThe storeThe
The Are extended to H H Wisemans trunk tntdtmanufactory trunkmanufactory tnnkmaautetOl7
manufactory M8 treat lath street street the thebilliard thebOllard thebilliard
billiard parlors at 16 West 125th street streetthe IInettbe streetthe
the New York Dental Companys plant plantMi peatWest to
Mi 1 West 125th street and to A Simons Simonsladies SImoaaladl Simonsladies
ladies ladl clothing < factory at IK West 125th 125thstreet 15thstreet 125thstreet
street The firemen n injured and taken to tothe tothe tothe
the hospitals b taIs were wereHiram werel wereliltam
Hiram l ram Hoffman and John Golden of ofEngine ofEnclne ofEngine
Engine Company No aft John Livingston LivingstonThomas UvtoptonTboIpu IdvingptonTboias
Thomas TboIpu Hood and Fred Johnson of No
47 John Hughes of No V L Edward EdwardLeary EdwardLear7 lCd Ward WardLeary
Leary and Fred Wells W of No Hi and andFrederick andFrecler1ck andFredevidt
Frederick Reisa of trade 14 14Battalion 14BatlaUcm 14battalion
Battalion Chief Stone Edward SeebM SeebMof Seeboldof kl klof
of engine No N O and Richard XlelttOR XlelttORof Mk Mtehton Mtehtonof hton htonof
of truck No o H 14 were cre attended at by doctors doctorson iIoctorson
on the scene sceneThe ecaaeThe sceneThe
The cause of the Are hi unknown unknownREORGANIZE unkGovnREORGANIZE unknownREORGANIZE
REORGANIZE DEBATING CLUBS CLUBSGeorgetown CLUBSGeorgetonn CLUBSGeorgetown
Georgetown law JI School Arrange a aSeries nSerlell aSeries
Series of Contest ContestThere ContC8tThere ContextsThere
There has been a reorganisation reor nlzatton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the debating societies of the law w school schoolof echoolof schoolof
of Georgetown Geol town University Unlve lty Two socie sodetles societies oeletle5 ¬
ties have been established at t the law lawschool JawJlCbool lawschool
school one called the Senior Debating DebatingSociety DebUn DebUnIety DebatingSociety
Society Iety composed copo e4 of members emb of the thethffd Utethhd thethfrd
thffd and foursn tour fours year classes cla and one onecalled onecalled onecalled
called the Junior Debating D bat Society Societycomposed Soelet7COlaposM Societycomposed
composed of members of the first and andsecond aadseeoJICI andsecond
second year classes Weekly debates debatesare deteaare debatesare
are held by each society on Saturday Saturdayevenings SatumayeventnJlrL Saturdayevenings
evenings During the course of the theyear theyear theyear
year three public debates debat are held heldnamely heJdDaMeI7 heldnamely
namely the first and second t term rm de dehates debates debates
bates and the final prize debate The Thetwo Thetwn Thetwo
two societies are rivals in theiirst the Arst r t and andsecond ft andsecond d dnd
second nd term tt > nn debates and besides besides this thisrivalry thisJ1valry thisrivalry
rivalry there is I also an individual eon eontest eontest eontest
test which leads INd to the selection of the thefour thetour thefour
four contestants for the final prize de debate debate debate ¬
bate The faculty has offered o ered a faculty facultyprise faeullyIPJ1ae faculty1prize
prise of 100 cash to the debator who whoproves whoDrov whoproves
proves Drov himself the best in the several severalcontests ltOera ltOeracontests severalcontests
contests contestsThe contestsThe contestsThe
The first term public debate between betweenthe Iteteentbe betweenthe
the two societies will be held In Gas Gaston Gaston Gaston
ton Hall Georgetown College Cone e on Satur Saturday Saturda Saturday ¬
day da y evening February 2 2The 2 2The 2The
The judges jud are Hon Seth Shepard Shepardchief Shepardchief Shepardchief
chief justice of the Court of ofAp Appeals Appealsof a18 a18of
of the District of Columbia Hon > Harry HarryM HarryM
M Clabaugh chief justice of the Supreme Su Supreme Supr ¬
preme pr me Court of the District of Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia bia and Hon Daniel W V Baker United UnitedStates UnitedStAtes UnitedStates
States attorney for the District of Co Columbia Columbla Columbia ¬
lumbia lumbiacoeroN lumblaCOTTON lumbiaCOTTON
COTTON EXCHANJ EXCHANGE E CHARGES CHARGESLivingston CHARGESLhlngRton CHARGESLivingston
Livingston Files More Iorc Evidence nt ntFoNtotlice ntPOHtolUcc atPostofllce
FoNtotlice Department DepartmentRepresentative DCI1RrtnlcntRepresentative DepnrtnrentRepresentative
Representative Livingston of Georgia Georgianled GoorglltflIed Georgiatiled
flIed yesterday with wI h the Postofflce Department De Department Deparlment ¬
partment additional evidence to support supporthis supporthis supporthis
his charge that the New York Cotton CottonExchange CottonExchange CottonExchange
Exchange is fraudulently using the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States malls and that a fraud fraudorder fraudord fraudorder
order ord r should be Issued against the the exchange ex exchange exchan ¬
change changeI chan chanI
I am accumulating evidence upbn upbnwhich upbnwbleh uponwhich
which an Indian would vote H It fraud or order order order ¬
der ao what can an intelligent post postoffice postoffice postofilce
office inspector do o except act in the thesame thesame thesame
same way 117 declared declar Judge LivingstonMy Livingston LivingstonMy Ilvlngstonly
My ly evidence Is coming in from the theNew theNew theNew
New Orleans Cotton Exchange the Liv Liverpool LIverpool Liverpool ¬
erpool exchange and from the inside insideOf Insideof insideof
Of the New York Cotton Exchange It ItHlf it itelf Itself
self elf Then Th ft again p people opl from fr m ail ever everthe ov Vi Vithe r rthe
the country are sending me evidence evidenceThe evIdenceHfht evidenceThe
The board of exchange of the New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Cotton Exchange meets today todfl to totake totake totake
take action on the recommendation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the managing mana lng committee which recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended that eleven of the most objec objectionable objectionable objectionable ¬
tionable grades be eliminated from the thelist the11llt thelist
list If that Is done don I will have ac accomplished accompllsiaed accomplished ¬
complished what I started out to do dofor dotor dofor
for among these eleven grades Is un unspinnable unfoplnnable unspinnable
spinnable cotton that I am trying to tofores toforce toforce
force out of the certified list It de depresses delresses depresses ¬
presses lresses the price or value a1uo of spot cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton to more than IN points or Ji 8 a bale baleOcean bftleOCCRIl baleOcean
Ocean Steamships SteamshipsNew i iNew iN
New N York J Jan a SO Ort t Ietonwg Ietor llttf1 at Lihan Lihanfram LihanfNRl Lilianfient
fram New Ywjc Black Prince at East Leaden Leadenhem Laudonfrem LOOQQfm
hem New Yet Y Yi l Ko Ko Hc g Albeit AlteR at Gibraltar from fremNew fl fromNew m mI
New I York YorkSailed Yorklai1cd Yorksailed
Sailed from foreign ports Orlsltenns1hania Pennsyhania from IJj IJjmotttk 1 117mouth > 11 11mUMk
motttk for to New ew York YorkI
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United States T Trust rust rustof Co CoI Coof e eof I
of Washington D C CPresident CPresident CPresident
President Hon Daniel N Morgan former Treasurer of the United States StatesTreasurer StatesTreasurer StatesTreasurer
Treasurer Richard E Claughton former Assistant Cashier CashierCommercial CashierCommercial CashierCommercial
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jpHE IIE organizers of the UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY COMPA y of Washington D O Cil Cacorporation f fcorporation
T I corporation now in in process lroclSSof of organization to do business under the authority autlwrit of the Comp Comptrailer Comptroller Camptroller
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representative successful succt sful business man n of the National Capital Capitalmen men who have already won the con catfidence confidence confidence ¬
fidence of the citizens of Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe iVashingtonThe
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gress gressrelatingto gressrelatin relating compa companies to tothe the Districtof Columbia All other trust compa companies compa companies ¬
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The stock will be sold for cash or 10 per r cent or more J119re of the gross amount of subscription wbecription cash cashand cashand esahand
and and 10 per cent or more mOre per month with interest i at a t the rate of 4 per cent centperuaam centperuaamA peram ixrrtmmm ixrrtmmmA + mt mtA
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CROWD 1 1Muoh SEESSALOME SEES SALOME THROUGH THROUGHKnoli THROUGHMuoh
Muoh Talkedof Performance Not NotDeserted NotDes NotDeserted
Deserted Des rted by Patrons PatrontRumors PatronsltumorM PatronsItumors
Rumors That Police lolicg Would ouIrI Passj PassjJudgment In InJudgment Pass PassJudgment
Judgment Unfounded an No 0 Of Ofcinl OfIIcials i iilcialM
ilcialM cinl Were crc Seen SeenNew SeenNew I INew
New York Jan 2iSalome a Salome the thenucfcal themD8 themusical
musical ca1 drama a by Richard Strauss and andcountry lidbued andbared
bared Oft the short hart pony of Oscar Wes Weswas W Wwu
wu presented far the ant tIMe ba this thiscountry I
country at the Metropolitan X Opera OperaHouse OperaHouse OperaHouse
House tonightAll tonight tonightAll ton bt btAU
All subscribers and the box holders hoUerswere b holderswere icIen icIenwere
were pdvileE peMleged d to have ve the uptton on ontheir ontheir ontiietr
their reservations and that the rr rdguban rdgubantook plan plantook vtan vtantook
took advantage of this and ad tweed out outgoes outwtthout outgoes
goes without eayin saylftIf asyiuAll All available space spacetor spacefor spacetor
tor standers had been exhausted as early earlyas earlyas earlyas
as S oclock A A large Ju force torc of police policewere policewere policewere
were on hand to handle the crowd and andto aDdto andto
to prevent ticket speculators from plying plyingtheir plytnctbefr plyingtheir
their trade tradeIt tnadeIt tradeIt
It was M oclock before the curtain went wentup Wentu
up u on Salome and by this time the theopera theopera theopera
opera house was packed The boxholders box boxhoklers boxhoklers
hoklers had all arrived There were all ailsorts alliIOrtB allsorts
sorts of silly rumors going 80 around the theopera theopeIIt theopera
opera house to the effect e ect that t some me of the theboxholders tbeboxholders theboxholders
boxholders intended showing sho their displeasure dis displeasure d dpleasure ¬
pleasure at the production by walking walkingout wa1kbt wa1kbtout walkingout
out either before the much Ulkedcf Ulkedcfdance talked talkedofdance t tnee
dance nee or the displaying of Herods headjust head headjust beadjuat
just just before betoreUae the close c of the opera operaAnother operaAnother operaAnother
Another story was that representatives representativesof
of police commissioners eomrat tonen were on hand to todecide todecide todecide
decide whether or not the opera was fit fitto Itto fitto
to be resented If I such was the case casethese cuethese canethese
these representatives kept In secluded secludednooks HCIude4nooks secludednooks
nooks and failed to serve any 7 notice on onthe Oftthe onthe
the management afterward No one onewalked onewalked onewalked
walked oat of the boxes or elsewhere elsewhereand el8ewhe el8ewheand elsewhereand
and the opera was received enthusiasticahly enthusiasti enthusiastically enlhu iasU iasUcallr ¬
cally callyNEGROES callrNEGROES cahlyNEGROES
NEGROES TO BOYCOTT WHITESForest WHITES WHITESForm WHITESForm
Form Club in Virginia and Agree AprceNot A AgreeNot rec recXot
Not to Work for Them ThemRichmond ThemRichmond ThemRichmond
Richmond 5an an 22In In every section of ofVirginia ofVirginia ofVirginia
Virginia the negroes Jt roes are forming clubs clubsthe club clubthe clubsthe
the only obligation enjoined upon uponhers meM meMbers amhers
hers being that they take oath that tbJit they theywill theyIn theywill
will In < not work for any white whi people Thisof This Thisof Thisof
of course is paramount to an oath among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the negroes ne roes that they tbe will not work at all allThe allThe allThe
The membership of these t clubs is open to toboth tobotn toboth
both sexes The labor bl question has been beena
a serious serlo on one to th tM p people opte of the State Statebut Statebut Statebut
but with the negroes banding themselves themselvesinto themsehe1IInlo themselvesinto
into clubs of this kind the situation be becomes be becomes becomes ¬
comes even more serious seriousThe seriousThe seriousThe
The colored pastors of Richmond have haveIssued haveI haveissued
Issued I ued a published publlsh address add to the coloredpeople colored coloredpeople coloredpeople
people on the prevalence prevaJen e of crime among amongthe IUIIORrthe amongthe
the members membe of the race and the necessity necessityconfronting neceuitTconfronting necessityconfronting
confronting the colored man to work for forhis torhis forltis
his white neighbor and better his own owncondition OWIteo1uUtJon owncondition
condition The address is signed by practically prac practically praetlcnUy ¬
tically all the colored ministers mlnl ters m in the thecity thecitY thecity
city
Point for the Advertiser AbertlHcrTbe AdiertiserThenewspaper AbertlHcrTbenwsp The Thenewspaper
newspaper nwsp per that tb that t goes go into the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes is the newspaper that brings bringsadvertising brlapadvertising bringsadvertising
advertising results Mere > lre people peoplehero peoplehere peoplehero
hero by y thousands are le reading The TheWaslfln The1V1lsJ TheWashington
Waslfln 1V1lsJ Washington lngton Rton Herald than ever be beI beI beforotiead
I I forotiead foro read t1d a morning newspaper at atVin atthe atthe
the Vin r CUDltaL CUDltaLf > nV > Hnl
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FIREMAN INSTANTLY KILLED KILLEDPHNNeMftrer KILLEDIRNNeRKcr KILLEDIassettger
PHNNeMftrer and Freight Trains Col Collide ColIIdl Collide ¬
lide on Western laryliind 3larylandCumberland UnrIunrlCum laryliindCumberland
Cum Cumberland 1land > d Jan 2one 22 One man manwas manwas manwas
was killed and two injured in a head headon headon headon
on collision tonight on the he Belington BelingtonKlklns BeUnclonElklo BelingtonElklns
Klklns branch of the Western Htern Mary Maryland JIIarydJtalJi0a4 Maryhand ¬
land dJtalJi0a4 BaJroad between a freight and andtratn a apassenger apaasengei
paasengei passenger train trainE tratnEo trainE
E Eo H Pott of f Elkins ElkJ aged thirtyAreman thirty thirtyfireman thirtyIlrelnan
Ilrelnan fireman of the Pfw passenger ncer train traba was wasInstantly w whuJtanty wasInstantly
Instantly killed killedPhilip kJUe4PbUl killedPhilip
Philip PbUl Dougherty of Btkiaa engineer engineerof ea r rof
of the passenger train trata received reeetv a f frac fracture fracture rac ractore
ture of the left 1eftG leg legG legG
G W Holiday of Biking < J wall 1 clerk clerkon clerkOD clerkon
on the passenger r got a bad cut on the thehead thehead i
head headThe headThe
ttea4The
The trains tI S were running at t high highspeed blbhapeed highspeed
speed and met OH a curve near Hard Harding Hardtns Harding ¬
ing The impact was terrific teirlk and both bothengines Dotbengine bothengines
engines were badly damaged The com combination COMbination combtnatlon ¬
bination mail and ad baggage ba a e car carturned was wasturned wasturned
turned overC over over The passengers were wereseverely werefterel wereseverely
severely jolted jolt but none injured injuredTRACTION injuredTRACTION InjuredTRACTION
TRACTION LINE IN TROUBLE TROUBLEAnne TROUBLE4nne TROUBLEtune
4nne Anne Arnndel County CountyAnnapolis Count COlluulllJion COlluulllJioncr
cr ers Discuss Grade Crossings Croll1fIJlIAn CrossingsAnnapolis
Annapolis An apolis Aid Id Jan ZTbe 22 The Washing Washington Wlton Washington ¬
ton Baltimore and Annapolis Electric ElectricRailway ElectricRaftway RiiectricRailway
Railway Company and the Anne Arundel ArundelCounty ArundelCounty ArundelCounty
County commissioners eomml8 toners are at odds over overthe overthe overthe
the question as to grade JP8d crossings which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the company cOmpany desires to construct Certain Cer Certain Certain ¬
tain of the th crossings croe the company wishes wishesto wishesto
to be under grade so that the approach approachby approachby approachby
by the county road over them would Quid be beat beat beat
at a i per cent grade This the commis commissioners commlsIioners commissioners ¬
sioners object to and the matter is slider ufaderadvllement slideradvisement uhderadvisement
advisement and may cause litigation litigationfore JltfsationReprpentatlves litigationRep
Reprpentatlves Rep tatives of the raUwa railway were be before before
fore the a commissioners today todayFIRE todayFIRE todayFIRE
FIRE DESTROYS DESTROYS COAL PIER PIERCnnscs PIERCnuscC PIERCauses
Causes Over 00000 at Canton 31 Jill JillSchooner MdSchooner il ilSchooner
Schooner Burned BnrnedBaltimore DnrncllBaltimore BurnedBaltimore
Baltimore Jan 22 2Tbe The coal pier of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Pennsylvania I > Railroad at at Canton Cantonwas CantonWItS Cantonwan
was destroyed by fire at 426 42 5 b oclock oclockthis oclockthIs oclockthis
this morning morningThe lIaornlngThe morningThe
The damage dama will amount to over over20M4 oerD
20M4 probably D obably covered by insursacts insur insurance insuraJlCe ¬
ance A threemaated thrHma ted scbeo schooner er belon belong belongi belonging gr grins ¬
ins i to the Palmer freight line was wasburned Wasburned wasburned
burned to the waterlineThink waterline waterlineI waterU waterUThlnlc
I Think Kiimcll Ii Dead DeadSetcfal Dent1SpedaI DeathSpeed
Speed Ifb to Tta W WMfctaflttti rbisRtaa Her HrnJdHagerstown RemitHagerstown L LHapnltown
Hagerstown Md Jan 21The The board boardof boardof boardof
of county eout commissioners today offered O enm a areward itwarcl areward
reward warcl of MO for the arrest and cenvictbn coavlc coavlctton Mnvlctlon
tton of the parties guilty of killing Mar Martin MarUn Martin ¬
tin Kinaell eli of Big Pool who disappeared disappearedfrom dl disappearedfrom ppeared ppearedfrom
from that place nearly two months ago agoSince agoSinct agoSince
Since that time no trace of Kinsell has hasbeen luulbetn hasbeen
been found though every effort e Ort < has been beenmade beenmade beentrade
made to locate him It is the general generalopinion generalopinion generalopinion
opinion of residents of Big Ii Pool that thathe thatheWAS that lie liewas liewas
was murdered murdered3Ir murderedMrs
3Ir Mrs 1114 Fannie Pease l casc Dead DeadSpecial DcnlISpecIal Dead9oednl
Special to The WHiM Weeblesni < MMnstaM lleyaM lleyaMWinchester HeakLlDCheliter llerahlWinchester
Winchester lDCheliter Va Va Jan 22 2Mrn Mrs Fannie FannieW Fannie1T FannieW
W Pease P wife of the late Horace A APease Ap APease
Pease p died nt her home at Wardensville Wardensvillelast
last night aged seventynine years Sur Survlirg Survlting Snrviing
vlirg her are re two children John W WPease WPease WPeas
Pease and Mrs John R Miley both of ofWaraensvilld ofWardensYf1lo ofWardensvillo
Waraensvilld WardensYf1loI
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MIDSHIPMAN HAYNE DEAD DEADKxnlreK DEADKXIlres DEADllxplres
KxnlreK on Hoard uftrll Cr Cruiser Iser ser Charles Charleston Cbarlellton Chanceton ¬
ton nt UAJlhtlelta 3aK IalfHH Bay Da Cal CalMidshipman CnIXld CalMidshipman
Midshipman Xld hlpman Isaac W J yne U S S 3t 3tdied X If Ifdied
died on board the cruiser Charleston at atMagdalena atKa atMagdalena
Magdalena Ka Bay CaL CaL Sunday of ofperitonitis acute aesfdperitonitis acuteperitonitis
peritonitis according to a dispatch re aceived received N Nceled ¬
ceived at the Navy N Department yester 7 terday yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayItOdsblpman
Midshipman Hayne was w appointed to tothe totbe tothe
the Naval Academy Aca from t the Fourth FourthCalifornia JIVtIrt1CaUfomJa FourthCallfornfa
California district June S S > JIlL lie liewas liedetaebed I3 I3was
was detached from the Academy Aea Janu January JaaurJ J nu nuar7 ¬
ary M 4 INS and served eel on the battle bmtstleship battleship w wship
ship Kftarsarge Kfa Meat arge October 17 i IMS 1M 1Mwas he hewas leawas
was ordered to duty on the Charleston Charlestonon Claarle Charleetqon t ton
on which vessel ve he bas since IftneeHe eerven eervenlie served servedHe
He was on the vessel esseJ on its I faa faajourney faaotIIt faaotIItlDey famoniijourney
journey lDey carrying < Secretary Root f fNew tram tIWIINew tramNew
New York around South America isPanama to toPanama
Panama PanamaTOKYO P Panama PanamaTOKYO lma lmaTOKYO
TOKYO HAS A BIG BLAZE BLAZEGovernment BLAZEGo BLAZBGovernment
Government Go rJllllcnt Build Dnllllin Buildings injrx = H UurnedI08 BurnedLoanHalf lliirncd Loss LossHalf s snRIC
Half a Million MillionTokyo JI MillionTokyo lHon lHonTokyo
Tokyo Jan 2L Tbe min buildings ef efthe rthe dthe
the department of communications communicationsburDed were wereburned wereburned
burned down this morning momln < invoivt involving In a alees aestimated aloss
lees estimated at JfiM000 000 Most of the tljedocuments tJaedoeumeal8 thedocuments
documents were destroyed destroyedThe dHt1Oyedbe destroyedThe
The Ire is attributed e4 to an overheated overheatedi 6V81o 6V81ostove ovmhaaiedstove
i stove
stoveThe
The Washington Herald has but butone IMItone butone
one name It is The Washington WashingtonHerald WublDCtoaHerald Washingtonherald
Herald every e ery morning in the week weekSunday week weekSunday weekSunday
Sunday included Telephone Main Kaln3t00
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The lri lrinh mte > Kocau UH AUUIWI in In WIT new na Fireproof FireproofStorage so Firepasafat u ust
at Storage st + raae KuiUiing J are thoroughly thoroughlyby apsJrOftCI apsJrOftCIby
by tee tn Fire ire rndeiwriters rndeiwritersWBMOSESSONS tlJCkrwritersVI l ndrTRriteraAL
WBMOSESSONS WBMOSESSONSIncorporated VI AL B MOSESSONS MOSESSONSIncorporated MOSES SONS SONSIncorporated
Incorporated IncorporatedThe
The Elrctrelle Piano Player is isthe Istht isthe
the > latest and hst h t selfplaying < at attachment attftchment attachment ¬
tachment Operated without ithout ped pedaling pedRUng pedsling ¬
RUng Can be installed in any anymake arymakt anymake
make of piano pianoBEDROOM pia pianoBEDROOM no non noBEDROOM
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BEDROOM BEDROOMFURNITURE BEDROOMFURNITURE BEDROOMFURNITURE
FURNITURE FURNITUREAt FURNITURESale
At Sale Prices PricesWe
We Ve are oeffring Bureaus Bureausand Bureausand Bureausand
and Chiffoniers that possess possessevery possessevery possessevery
every merit of construction constructionand tQt1structionand constructionand
and design at greatly reduced reducedprices reducedprices reducedprices
prices Prices on many are arecut arecut arecut
cut from 20 to 33 3313 13 3 per percent percent r rcent
cent Some reductions show showeven showeven showeven
even greater eater concessions concessionsTo concessionsfo concessions concessionsTo
To indicate the values valuesthere va1u va1uthere valuesthere
there are 24 24 24 Bureaus reduced reducedto
to 18 and 6s 65 S Bureaus re reduced re reduced retluced ¬
duced to 38 38In 38In 33In
In the sale are Bureaus that thatnr thatn thatni
n nr ge e up to 126 126W 126W I2
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