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OF o6 A QUALITaE QUALITY PAP PAPQUALITaE PAgER PAgEROF RY Y THE ild E WASHINGTON WA Hd t N i 0 d HERALD HE RALaJ RALaJ1TO ATB Circulation Ended enr i rigs aesrorn Jan Sworn SwornCirculation n2s n2sA Week WeekEnded WBltOF 26 26NO t28J7031 t28J7031NO LQ Oe I S SCIfCtlillen
NO 112 WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY JANUARY 27 1907 1907THIRTY THIETY PAGES > THREE CENTS
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MONARCH OF REVEL REVELHAD REVELHAD
HAD GOLDEN CROWiN CROWiNGorgeous ORO OROImperial
Gorgeous Gorgeous Gorgeousat Imperial Pageant Pageantat
at Gridiron ridiro11 Club Dinner DiimerTIEN DinnerrREN Diallerl
TIEN l ti TIlRO THRONE T E TUMEL1D TUMEL1DEverybody lUMll1JOOJEClrboly ZPMB L LE
E Everybody 1 rbod3 Sang StarSpangM StarSpangMBanner StarS 1 1Banner mngltd
Banner and Cheered Cheeredesimc Cheeredl
A WSturciq l turc esimc Jue ie Pr Preseniafton ftenitloli of Cen Ccntrallzniloii CenbullZnUon Centralizntlon
trallzniloii n nM It lII ailRlit 11It itt Be DlA A lle Regal RegalStunt nl nlStunt
Stunt Which Gave President RooseVelt noosc nooscvttlt Roollet1t
vttlt t1t the Text T xt for ro n Patriotic IatrlokSpeeuhl PatrioticSiieuah
StccohJ Siieuah A DlKtiiiKnislicd DIHtluJnh lled Compnny CotupnuyIOnjusa CompnnyBujoyx
Bujoyx 1InjO the Kntcrtaiinnent lllntertalnmentprMlroa KntcrtaiinnentOrfdiron Kntertnhul1ent2EOIt41ron
prMlroa Orfdiron Club hails baU its ts guests guestsn ests estst
2EOIt41ron t tins n comrades co for another anotherthe BOtherthe aaotherjuts
juts the lanes ef laughter laughterO JaUbteroi laughterOhs
O oi Ohs r old fri n4 a4s know us rteoar r new newfrien RCWtrietl newfrterds
trietl frien > will know us before the thenight theJtI tiesuiplltt
night t Is done To all oar friends friendswhether frleatlWlMtlaer friendsWhether
whether o odd d or new H we give our ourheartiest ourheartiest ourheartiest
heartiest greetings Here every man mant Iant manis
is t on a njhute nle e with every vert other man manOurs IINUI0wJ8 mantiers
Ours to ii nwVAboolute a eolute demoeracy demoeracyThe 4IentOClaQ4ItWhoa demoeraeyTice
The C 4ItWhoa 4 idlron tares All 111 bars barsare btt1I5waaway barsare
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ompow ellpet Spelled with a capital eallUtl1tIped t ZTilgtd tT
1tIped T lgtitd te Washington He Heand wag was thMaBng thMaBngnuignfAeent Aserpttgeent
nuignfAeent eent and grand grandVery paMVft7 grandVery
Very sorrtous got tlfOU8 4ous and radiant ra iaat did MdcJWtture thfe thfecreature tkMcreatua
creature appear In Ms regal robes alb 1iIWaQI albssbl If If4d
aQI 4d funny thtaga t th gs in a kingly voice It ym ymknow MIkaew ranknew
know what a s kingly volee is Is and IMl nets netsas acUlill acUlillIf actolas
as If be had been to the purple Ur1tIe1OaIld born bornAroonjcl Lord Lordt
t Aroonjcl 1OaIld him were hi b his mlntefcert end endoonrtlerB aMcowden andoont
oonrtlerB oont dera all arrayed In the lines and andrlrtitst aMeestuI andrld
rlrtitst rld t costnaDes that could be found te tetb iDthe Inthdb
tb the costumers 1Ibop shop They made the theshowiest tltet theshowiest
showiest sort of a mow a very kaleido kaleidoscoa kalekluoeIor kaleldusestet
sestet scoa of osier Khe s ecrcus ctre parade para and anddtoparted andted anddlwted
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after nfl Hi pas simply mply a member RJe r of oftho oftile etthe
tile OrtncMB a O firth h noing a K0al 1 stunt t tthe fo fotbe for
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the enjoyment Dt and entertainment e of tb tbparddpsnts Ute UtentII tiepatk1
parddpsnts patk1 ntII la the annual winter dhtner dhtnerof cJIIIMrof dleseerof
of that worUCamoua iI organteatk naak > n nJa This Thftte ThisIs
te the way it happened l During a few fewmoments ffef fewmoanessts
moments of arngden darkness the tIaeteM gnu goentnw gnuwee
w wee r toM t te Imagine themselves Ira tranaportrd Irapont4 traasportd
portrd to the year r HI7 The guests PNUaD PNUaDe all allohaytd alloliyed
ohaytd eacsfl e except Winston Churchill who whosnM whobe whoY
snM Y he msew now did bare any an temglnnUni temglnnUniaaywny tesaahestirnanyway J taIra taIraWIIea
anyway When the banquet DQeet hall was wuIU asaia asaiamnnrinnted uiptiaIUeadmated
mnnrinnted IU the e1U emperor still with wltlltal a ni nital 4 4tal
tal Kotaod rtianjilii = d anon a ai psjiti psjitidonsly ld a aOlrs
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pie hid farewefl fa to k RenubMcan MlcaA Inaaltti InaalttiBverythiag 1t1lBTelythhic IaadtUdoas
doas Bverythiag erythlag however er came out outaH outt outaR
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wale swelled 1IIK uncdensesbetmy 1 llaly tntm JI JIttwe Bte hioth Btethrone
throne th and a Jester waving his wand wandand walldaM waudand
and hell rodted souse ante lIMe He delivered deliveredthem 4IrUftnJdt ieUvei d dthem
them t with great declamatory tory effect be because IN INca becaase ¬
cause ca President Blytbe tnU him Jahndo he must mustdo rustdo
do so You You see said Blythe Issuing 1uuIn 1uuInfinal Ms Msfinal hisfinal
final instruodons inatru Iens We we alai t Imperialists Imperlaltetsat Imperial Imperialat
at all lIonl allonly only makebelievesad makebelieve k and ad like the tbtchorus uchonu thechorus
chorus In I Pinafore that loved tire tirequeen th thQueeft thequeen
queen we love lfWeour our nation with a great greatbig pMtbi greatbig
big bi N So the e Jester taking these com commands comIn cornmends ¬
mends In to tot heart heart seemed like a real Fourth Fourthof FfHlrthof Fourthof
of July Jul orator when ben be gave utterance to toi tot tothese
t these i patriotic sentiments sentimentsLike 8lltlmentalIiIR seudments13e
Like otarr Jtttmn were ft rust thnvgh ttueu h the tileI aajat aajatIt sisYtLk
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with aw lane > far tUw ttee cad filth la tack tIIdror iuimttt iataat iataatOar
Oar Oflurta oar Oaaerea MM sad owr llMWmt llMWmtAs 1 1AM lhebkkettAs
As he uttered the final words the Ma Marine Marltee Marhre ¬
rine Band started the familiar and Is Issingfatns In Inspiring jRor ¬
singfatns spiring strains of The StarSpangled StarSpangledBanner Str StarSpangledDapaer lnI lnIDIuuIe
Banner and everybody everybodystood stood up and andcheered andclteerell andcheered
cheered and nd seemed glad that after all alltbe alltbe allthe
tbe cinperoi was just a Gridiron joke jokeA jokeDhctlnJnHchcll jokeA
A niHtliiKuiMlicd Audience Present PresentThe PrellentTIle PresentThe
The panorama of imperial pageantry pageantryywas pageantrywas pegeuIlrwu
was unfolded before President Pre Roosevelt Rooseveltiasd Rooseveltand Roosevelta
and a a gathering unequaled for the dietinguished die distinguished dlstldS1IIIIb ¬
tinguished tldS1IIIIb character of its personnelThe personnel personnelThe pentOnMlTbP
The President enjoyed it hugely Ho Holaughed Hoa lielaughed
laughed a heartily IM tll at fttlbe the bombastic epeectt epeecttes
es of the Gridiron man in the regal robes robesand roDesa robesand
and a what was much m more intere Interesting Interestingthe Ung Ungtbe
the fanciful f Deitul dream d of what might be begave 1ehye beguy
gave guy Mm JIttn a text for a stirring speechwleh speech speechwMeh speechwillett
wMeh Made every ever drop of American Ameriatnblood Americanblood AJerlealtblood
blood hustle JaatJet through the most t phlegmatic phlegmaticveins phlegRNttJcv phlegRNttJcAJt phlegmaticYehl
Yehli v veins veinsAft
i Aft this u1s however te away ahead of oftbe orthe e ethe f
the story of the nights night doings Some Something Somethl Somethiag ¬
thing thl ought t to be said of course of th thgathering the thegathering thep e
gathering p which assembled aare Hed In the t Ie white whiteand whitea whitand e
and a gold inceptionroom ptionroom of the New NewWtttard 2ewUtanl NewWillard
Wtttard Utanl In addition to the President Presidentthere Presidentthere Presidenthere
there was Vice President Pft Fairbanks FalrbanksSpeaker FairbanksSneaker FairbtUIUSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Associate A sodate te Justices liar Ilarlaa 1IuJa liarlax
lax Ja and Brewer Brew of the United States Suprerne Su Supreme Suprate ¬
prate Court Secretary Root Secretary SecretaryTaft Sforretaryratt Secretar SecretarTats y
Taft ratt Secretary Wilson on Ambassador Am AmbeasadorCreei AmbeasadorCreeiof dor Creel Creelof CrefIot
of Me Mexico M ko Chief Justice Flt Fitzpatrick patrick of ofCanada ofea o oCanna f
Canada Gov Swansea Swauoa of Virginia lrsinIa Gov GovWarfleld GovvieW GarWail
Wail Warfleld vieW eld of Maryland arylaad Voce Hce President PresidentCoin lraldaCulp ldettt ldetttC1dp t
Coin of f the Southern Railway Ran Senators SenatorsAUrich SenatersAWrteIa Semis SemisAldrich rs
Aldrich Beveridge Clay Cia Foraker ana anaCrane an aner anCrane 1
Crane er Gen Horace Porter Rear Ad AdnrirsJ AJmIral Adudnl
nrirsJ Cowles V S S N and a host hostother of ofother ofot1ter s
other people prominent In public life The Thecteft Thec T Tclub be
club had however endeavored ftMIea to got gotaw getIQ gelairy
aw IQ y from oiHetal drelea etre and so there therews then thenwas Me MewtS e
ws a coterie of distinguished men JlteftJ JlteftJare who whoarc w ware he
are not often tlen Jeen at a Washington din dinner dlRTJdII dinair ¬
air This company included Dr Henry HenryV HenryVan Hear HearVan s
V Van w Dyke D Dyke of Princeton whose books booksare booksare booksare
are enjoyed ed by b may evell ewer of outdoorsWfaston outdoors outdoorsWfctoton outdo r r1IIIIMI
Wfctoton Churchill amateur politician poUtldaaami poUUclRnalld politicianand n
and sStthor titer of The The Crisis Cr George George eorge Har Harvay HarYfII HarvMr
vay adftor of Harpers Weekly fleklT G gorge gorgellomoe rg rgllrtoe rle rleHence e
Hence Lortmer who spells apel his namebut namebutCCHfTIXUED name ttut u uCOF1 t
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lcnuoh Ienuyhanin mln Unllrontl io New York YorkJIKeotI YorkRfleot1ve
JIKeotI RfTeotlva Sunday January 27 New York YorkExpress YorkExtw YorkExpress
Extw Express trains from Washington Wa bl tOft at 8H 8Ha 8MA 9 9a
a A m m and S p m will each carry additionat addi additional Rddl11oiM11 ¬
tional Pullman parlor car equipment on onSundays OftSUlM1a o oSundaye n
Sundays SUlM1a The new De 8 oclock a L m bus bullnm business 1 1ne ¬
ness mens s train on week w k days will willcarry also alsocarry aJaocarry also
carry an additional parlor car beginatnNnrdaY beginning g ° w
Monday Mo a January JanuaryGo 2fc 2fcGo SGo
Go With lth the Crowds to the the Auto AutoSSow AutoW Attt AtttSl o
Sl SSow gw W Sst and andM 3d sts Jan SSFab 2 2
SCENES AT THE GRIIIRON GRIDIRON CLUB CLUB ANNUAL DINNER DINNER
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Dr D 1 Townseiul lo llsentl Is Mortally MortallyWounded MortaIlJ1Valluded
Wounded ill His Beclrao111WIFE Bedroom BedroomWIFE eclrooluWIFE
WIFE WITNESSES AWFUL A WPUL ACTllnrly ACT ACTIlnrly ACTInrl
Ilnrly Inrl Morning lornllJ Intruder Ilidj ldJJ Physi 1kJJllfolRli IIk3siolan Physician ¬
cian Arlii ArflfC from fromllcll lied and nm1Vil fires firesTwlac PiresTirloc e eTfoc
Tirloc = Police PoI1 c Ilpyev Iplm I Iot Vfnf VfnfJgiot taso
Jgiot ot o 1 Committed Corn mlttedby l y l Bnijfslnr DUJ1lnril ifoUvc ifoUvcShrouded Otlhc OtlhcJarOl1tlccl otlveSbronded
Shrouded In Itatcryerr Myntery MynteryDr I te1 te1ew
ew York Jan snr Dr Charles Wlbnot WlbnotTewBsend Wi WiTewnMIIII RihaotTownseto
TewBsend perhaps perha the beatknown 1 physi physician ph phdaa phyeiddaa ¬
cian and certainly one of the croft promi prominent pnmaIHIlt prominent ¬
nent residents of Richmond Rich fjounty C was wasawakened wasAwkelMd wasawskened
awakened from sleep NP early tins tbtIIIn morning mornhujta
In his bedroom Mdn Ol1 at his home 5 WesterveH WesterveHavenue W Wy WesterveltavoueeW
avenue avoueeW y JjTew Brighton B htoai aad shot twice by p8eMe bysome bysame
some person person m a AfI yet unidentified He wastaken was waataken atakeR
taken hurriedly to the t Smith Infirmary Infirmarywhere 1nltrrrwhere Infirmarywhere
where he has for years rrs been visiting Ylfddn surgeon sur surgeon surgeon ¬
geon Late tonight it was said at at1ao th thhospital the thehospital
hospital 1ao pital that Dr Townsehds To condition conditionwas concIltJoav
was v slightly sUghtJ improved but that he wouldprobably would wouldprobably wouldprebAblydle
prebAblydle prebAblydleJIr probably die die3Ir dielira
3Ir lira ToiviiicmlVi Story StoryAccording Sor SorAecovlinc StoryAecording
According to Mr Mrs ra Ton Townsend end she andhdr and andher dIt
her It husband were were er6 nth both b asleep aleepat at 416 416oclock 4 4ocloek 9oclock
oclock when the physician wag awak awakened a aCfted awaltenedl ¬
ened by It some some one going about In the bed bedroom bed bedfOORt bedroom ¬
room The hallway was 1 a8 illuminated andthe and andthe aDdUte
the Ute physician saw a dark d k figure re in the theroom tlMrlOm theroom
room He soon saw that k was a manwho man manwho
who 110 carried elurleclll a lighted match in one hand handand handaH handsad
and a rfvolver r + volver in th the other Over the tbetower theIower thelower
tower lower part rt of his face fa e was tied a white whitehandkerchief whitelIookeraltlet whitehasdkerc
handkerchief handkerchiefGet lIookeraltletGet hasdkerc 1ef 1efGet
Get up iJp doctor the man commandedpointing commanded commandedpointing eommandedpglnUng
pointing his revolver at TownBend 1ow 1owuDoftt oxnaend oxnaendDont i iDont
Dont shoot Ill get t ua up t the physicians physiciansreplied 7 letan letanreplied I Ireplied
replied Then Th n he made a motion te throw throwthe thl01the throwthe
the bedctothing bOO lothlng from him h At it t three tldspoln tldspolnMrs point pointMrs poin > t tMrs
Mrs Townsend was awakened ketted by the tbeconversation tliecooveraUon theconvereation
conversation According to the thelltory story Jh tile tileIHtIke thepollee r rpolice
police have she mid when she saw the theIntruder tlteintruder theIntruder
Intruder IntruderYOM intruderYOC IntruderYoy
YOM are lIr a coward to threaten t leateD to shoot shoota shootman
a man when w enhe he is helpless helplessIt helplessIt s sIt
It is understood that the intruder then thensaid thfoftak1 thenBahl
said something more mo but what it Ittho wa watho was wasthe
tho coroner woukl not say Then TIMft h De fired ftredThe JlredThe firedThe
The assailant then ran from the room roomand rooIIIaatd roomand
and down the theftal11l theftal11lReenJe stair stairneveiisre etnlrnRevenge
Revenge Wn Wan Vmc Motive MotiveThe JroUvcThe MotiveThe
The circumstances surrounding the theshooting theshooting th e eshooting
shooting lead the pollee to believe that thatDr thatDr thatDr
Dr Townsend TO flctKl
was shot by some person personwho peracmwho personwho
who ncted from motives Ivee of revenge revengeInspector r rInepeetor
Inspector Schmittbcrger Schnltttb rler took personal personalcharge pCn10Aalchnrgl llcrsonalcharge
charge of the th case ea a as soon as It was re reported re rep ¬
ported p rtetI and tonight he said that it was wasone wasone
one of the most Jll puszllng pu Uni affairs in hb hbexperience hIexporlence hieexporience
experience The Thetaak task of solving oIvln It Itmade te temade
made doubly difficult by the1 the fact that thatboth thatboth thatboth
both Dr Townsend and his wife to together togUter toGather ¬
Gather with all the relatives of the fam family famIly am amily ¬
ily showed the greatest unwillingness to toassist toJI6lst
assist in clearing it up upIt upIt upit
It seems seemsr r probable that the key kf to the thepuzzle Utepuzzle
puzzle lies In a remark rem rk which according accordingto
to Inspector IMJ Ctor Schmittberger Dr Townsend Townsendte
te Rid by his brotherlntaw Dr William WilliamWateer WUlIaDtWIsO
Wateer to have made to rte wife 1fe a few fewmoments fewmoments
moments after the shooting This reaaarltthe remark relft8 relft8the
the inspector said was wasDont wasuDont
Dont have the man arrested uTo ted Better Betterthat Dettrthat
that one man should die than two twoTVo twoTo twoTwo
To Arrest rretll JInde JIndeAfter lnllt lnlltfter
After fter the detectives de tlva had worked on the thecase Lbecase
case the better part ef the day two ar arrosts rr arrests
rests r ts were made rnade Moses 108e8 Sllverman and andhte IUIfIbitt sadhie
hte brotherinlaw Isaac Schneider who whoruns b bTURS
runs a mens furnishing goods store ta taStapleton 1ftSt laStapleton
Stapleton StapletonSllvcrmans St pleton pletonSilvermans
Sllvcrmans Stlvermatts arrest was due to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that Dr Townsend said that the man who whoshot whoshot
shot him looked like Sllverman whose whosewife who whowire
wife Dr Townsend had formerly at attended attended attended ¬
tended Schneiders wife became a mother motherabout motherabout motherabout
about two weeks w eks ago and Dr Townsendwas Townsend Townsendwas Townsendwas
was the attending physician phy ldan in that case caseThe cueThe caseThe
The police record shottars show that both the theprisoners eprtsoners theprisoners
prisoners are held as suspicious su aptdous per perOONTINUBD erOO
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C x X O trains leaving Washington Vastt ton 4 4p 436 436p 430p a0
p m 0 and 1110 p II m are now running runnin runninthrough g
through to all W Va and a d Ky points pointscago pol
Ohtclnnot Ginctnrtnt L Lofiv441e l tne IndIanapolis ChI ChIcago Chicage
cago and StEouls St Louis with through tbroushsloepers sleepers j i
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Colombia ColombiaFair CoIumtia CoIumtiaFair Cohn CohnFair
Fair colder today toda y tomorrow tomorrowfair tomorrowfair tomorrowfair
fair not so cold light to fresh freshnorth freshnorth freshnorth
north to northeast winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUM14ARY SUM14ARYPaaeL SUMMARYPages
Pages TKIIIGILAIMIIC lRIIIOUsltJl lICIIiHAIIIIC1Thaw IC ICJTbaw
1 JTbaw Thaw Jurors Fret at t Restraint ReRrabriIJL Restraint1Rcyburn
1 IJL 1Rcyburn Rcyburn Win Wins in Mayoralty Caucus Ca CalPllplelan Caacus1Phyatchn
1 lPllplelan Physician Mysurtottsiy Shot StoatVPlaoe ShotiPI8ee ShotePlace
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COXGIMBSS COGIUIStAttempt CO GitlfS GitlfS4Attempt
4 4Attempt + Attempt to Kill Weather Wtber4oklaboma Bureau BureauOklahoma Boar4Oklahoma
Oklahoma and Mm Crow Cars tare1AatI CarLIAatl8nlolte
AntiSmoke 4 1AatI iroke Law Hearing l l4Defeue 14eartng4Defense
4 4Defeue Defense for Naval Oflteer OflteerIOCAI 0fIeenIIOCAI OlSeeraL0
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1Gridtron Club Clu Holds Annual DtaSMr al1k7aaBewrkl DfnlsriIhryanHeverfdge
1 BryanBeveridge < e Debate Deba Deba2Boanl Arranged Artsag ArtsagtBean
2 2Boanl Beard Confident of Defeating Cantos CantosSLast cniauILaR ist + dese dese3Last
SLast Rites Held for Senator Abjer AJIIw4Uooor AlgertBator
4 4Uooor Honor Paid f to GeL Mlnnee3Panama Mtaetrce K18 K18PaDama
3Panama 5 Panama Puzzle Is Unsolved UnsolvedWSymtlcat tTneoIve4148Dd1eate tnelved4Syndicate
1 WSymtlcat Boys The Highlands HighlandsSiAII BIPIaDda5POH 14tgblandSPO1tPIXt
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iron I Ring and Diamond Genera GeneraAthletics CJeDenI CJeDenIAth i3eneralAthletics
Athletics AthleticsNOTED Ath AthleticsWidow
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NOTED CASE IS COMPROMISED COMPROMISEDWidow COMPROMISEDWidow
Widow of Benjamin Estes Secures SecuresLarge SecuresLllrge S ecur ecurLarge
Large Settlement SettlementHlxtory SettlementI
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I Hlxtory Jlbtor h istory of the Litigation Dntcx Haclc Haclcto Beltn h ask askto
to Romantic AVecldiruc edt1in In AVnxh AVnxhi 1Vaahingtoa nlth nlthinJioll
i inJioll nRt on During DurlnChl1 Civil War AVarNewport WarNeupgtt Vltr VltrNfW
Newport R I 1 Jaa MLThe case o oHenrietta of ofHenrietta f I IHeprletia
Henrietta Bsies of Wa W wathiagten htagt tn n for the theannulment theaaBull1tN theaanomea
annulment of a divorce decree ree obtained obtainedfrom OIMainedfrom obtainedfrom
from her late husband Mbancl Benjamin e ElIte Bsteathr ElItetJar H tea teathrough
thr through Mgh the Rhode Island courts COWw and a asuit aIt asuit
suit It against Iut a nephew Nathaniel Natba P PEstes PE8le PIstcs
Estes Of C San Francisco co for the rerov rerovery rccovery
ery of property pti erly bequeathed him by the thelate theAt t tate be
late At ate Benjamin Entes F ttS which case I Is onethe one of ofthe orUte
the moat m romantic that has ever been be before beCqre before ¬
fore the Rhode Island courts was wa settled settledtoday se setoday tiled ttIecI1Oday
today out of 0 ofcourt court by the parties tJt8 con concerned concerP4d co cocerspod t ¬
cerned agreeing upon terms of settlement settlementTJ aetU settlementrho t tMte
Mte TJ e history of the case eoveie covers O t tperiod the theperiod u uperled e
period of time from the civil war to the thepresent thtJltRnt 1 1present
present day Starting with the roman romantic romantit romantic ¬
tic marriage marrtn of the parties In ISil in inWashington InVa I IWashington n
Washington Va lnton Mrs Estes E being Mia Hen Henrietta IrnriHtaVan lienrlebta ¬
rietta riHtaVan Van Devere of It that city ctl the aban abandonment AbantIoHlRllt thandoement ¬
donment of the wife and baby bab boy t trestrnatlon tbe tberesignation U Utlon
resignation tlon from rom the army before t twarwas the thewar thewarrg
warrg war was over of Eaten EM his second mar marriage marrtap marFleas ¬
Fleas without procuring JMOCU a divorce from fromhte froatbls f fhis rOtp
his tint wife a case rs charging bigamy bigamywhich bIpmwhlcb bigamywhich
which was 18 dropped the disappearance of ofthe ofthe 0 0the f
the second aete d Mrs Estes the procuring proeu of ofa ofa o oa f
a divorce ta Rhode Island from rota 1IA tne first firstMrs llratMn ti tiMrs
Mrs Estes in Ii 1899 aad the death of Mr MrIGstes MrKBtes Mrplates
plates in Pall River last t summer as a aault re result re reult ¬
sult > ult of injuries received at the San Fran Francisco Fnutcleeo Fat Fatdeco ¬
cisco earthquake Is the history of ofsue the theease thetaIIe
ease in briefMrs brief briefMrs brieftn
Mrs Bate claimed a a right bt to the estate estatewhich estatewhich estatewhich
which Is a large one for bet son and andwhKe andwhile a awhile nd
while the nephew acordlag acrdl to the agree agreement qreemeftt agreemeet ¬
meet meftt keeps possession po of a large r portion portionof por porof tlon
of the estate eRa tee Mrs Bates receives a aSnaaelal large largefinancial I
financial settlement settlementt00eRo
510000 100600 Fire at WMkcslHirrc WtikesbarreWilkeebarre WMkcslHirrcWllkesbarre lIklsbnrreWnke
Wllkesbarre Wnke barrt Pa Pa Jan Jana 2 toFire Fire I ItheB in inthe InUle n
the theB n G Carpenter Car nter store llle on Court Courtsquare CourttuarP Co Cosquare
square tonight tonl bt did damage amqe to th thamount the theamount tbeamount e
amount of f J1WMO lOSN9 and for a time timethreatened ttmelhreatpoed ti tithreatened
threatened destruction of the main mainbusiness mal malbutnen madbusiness n
business section fIe tlGn ef the eity eityFLORIDA eft eftFIOHID eItyFLORIDA
FLORIDA AXI3 A U CAHOMXA RESORTS IU3SORTSBest RESORTSBcsl RItiSORTBcet S
Best reached by b Seaboard Air Line Three Thr ee eepu i
daily trains Pullmans and dining dim diningservice car carservice earservice
service Daily Dati except Sunday Sun thro through h ughusrst
Pullman and Ofl parlor care to Pinehurst Pineh usrst
Office let Pa ave aveMnrili aye3lnrlI aveMardi
Mardi Gra Grnf Xcvr Net Orlcnijx Mobile UotHc anil anilPeiincoln ant nnlPrmmcoln antPensnecin 1
Peiincoln IPcbrtiary Mob I brtJu run ry 7lt 1 1007 1907Very no noVery
Very low rates via rt Southern Railwa Railway y
February I to 11 Stopovers permitted permittedExcellent I IE
Excellent E rJlcnt Service to 1inclinraii t 3SI C
Via Southern Hallway Ra wa Leave L Waahiugtweek WasMncton WasMnctonweek ft ftweek
week days in throogh throrou gb Pohlman P tman imsia sleeper eeper
9 950 0 p mltrive m Arrive Pinehurst Plnchur st early carJ next nextmorning sex sexmorn t
morning morn ng
REYBURN FOR FO1tIYIAYOR FO1tIYIAYORtr MAYOR MAYORCongrC
tr Congressman CongrC 1 Slnal1 e Sl l I IclclI1liia aI1 Heads Phila Philadelphia hila hilad ¬
delphia d lphht Republican Rcpublicanrricket RcpublicanrricketmTY RCI711b1 ca11 Ticket TicketGITY TicketCITY
CITY PARTY DISAPPOINTMENTt DISAPPOINTMENT
dt t thehalf Kha Cfhu > lf Number uJU er r Who hu Yotaul oesf at attltiuu11ir atx atit
tltiuu11ir it 11 lpr ir 1 JIOI Ifloatilon lodit ilm x n Last Novcinbcrto Novcinbcr oeritltit nvciibcrI
t I out It Ycstori 1 tcr llidQ t to Vole t forItsr for forPrimary for foirORln111c11115
Itsr Qan ORln111c11115 dfde en ° linUer tl1er C t tHIr stpni
tpni HIr rst l Primary PrimaryPhiladelphia Pllnta Law LawPhiladelphia 1ai 1aiPWladplphla
Philadelphia Pa Jan ILUnder ML UDder Under the tbenew theBe thesew
new Be uniform primary prbBa law passed by b tbe tbetest tbeloft thebat
test session of the Peaaoylvame p State Stateicchnatore State1I8tIIalure Statel
l icchnatore 1slatw e Philadelphians PIal Mday chose chosethe choarUM c cOM
UM followin foUowiat caMIda candidatea es for the coming comingFebruary COIIdIIJeIwuary d dFebruary
February election electionFor e eJ1or electionFor
For mayor John K B Reyburn Republi Republican Iieaa Itepubilcan ¬
can ticket William potter City Party Partyticket Part PartticIet PartyUsplteL
ticketfor ticket UsplteLFhr
ticIetneelVtl
for receiver of teXfea 1ttlpt HIB 11 BtaeJc Btadr Reptshii0aa Re Repvfctiean Reticket
pvfctiean ticket Pi Fraaklia utldla S So Soat BdmondCHjr Bdmond lfdmosdsCigr
CHjr Party Party1e ticfcet ticfcetf
1e f e other a cnndklates nrt ttet t for various of offlccfx owblle offlaejl
flccfx white they were baBeted lIetfJd for to toasfht to toalllht tonight
asfht cannot eaa be announced before Mon Monday MODda Monday ¬
day da as the potto pol did not doee until untiloidoek S Ioclock Socloek
oclock ocloek and Dd the tbetlelirea tickets were of a acomplex more morecomplex JIIOreex martbat
complex ex character than usual The Dem Democrats DemoeIata Denmata ¬
mata have UvecaH candidates 11at for all office Oilicesas bat batas 1Ntas
as the vote polled on their ticket was wasvery WaSveT wa wavery s
very light it win have little effect on the thesituation theltuatloD thesituation
situation situationChief situationChief ltuatloDCblef
Chief interest In erest centered IIteftd In the Republican Republicancontest RepublicanJltetlt Republicancontext
contest Jltetlt John Walton was proclaimed proetalmede as asthe asthe
the th e eof candidiate of the independent t faction factionof factionof
of the t Republicans white CongressmanReyburn Congressman CongressmanReybum CotIgllIRInanReybuna
Reybum supposed ecl generally nerally to have been beenpicked bee beepicked n nJlleked
picked by b McKlcho and Yare the ac accredited ac accredited accredited ¬
credited organisation bosses of the citywas city citywas ett7waa
was tbe choice of the regulars Walton Walt a aserved has hasserved baat
hasq
served t in the State legislature and in invarious invarieue f fvarious q
various municipal oWcers 0 n while Reyburn Reyburnknown Reybu Reybuknown erburn erburnkDOWJt Cn
CnM
known as the Congressional C I tighter and andaa aMas a aas M
as the champion 0 of the Delaware Dftla ware River Riverdeep Rivercharmel r
deep channel te very popular He proved provedft pro proit
It by b beating beatl Walton by 4LQOI It W votes votesgreat as asgreat aspeat
great a majority as that which put Job JobWeaver John JohnWeaver JohnWeaver n
Weaver the prevent mayor into the o oof ofnce ofnceof omceor
of district attorney Potter won over overBbuikenburg overBlank ove oveBlankenburg r
Bbuikenburg BlankenburgThe BbuikenburgThe Blank nburg nburgThe
The showing of the City Party wag W a acomptetv ReompIett
complete disappointment to its admirers admirersNot admirers admirersNot admire admireNot re
Not onenaif the number who wbe voted ret at atthe atthe a athe t +
the regular election last November turned turneci turneciout t
out for the City Sty Party Republican Repub lcan lcanleaden
leaders are jubilant tonight tonl t over the lat latter IItttel litter ¬
ter figures m as they declare All H InMfcatiens I tat leatlen leatlenpoint tiena
point to a victory for their tickets ticketsPOOB t1eketPOOR ticket ticketPOOR
POOR BABY TO GET MILLIONS MILLIONSWealthy MILLIONSVen1th MILLIONStVenlthy
Wealthy Ven1th Aev Xe Yorker Yorl er Ailoptx Allo Adop tH Child Childof ChillIof Chileof 1
of Voinnn Unable to Support SIIIp rt It ItNew ItlW Itex
New lW York Jan 38 1By By a stroke of o Judge JudgeOaynors Jd JdGaynors JardOaYno
Oaynors OaYno rs pen Alfred McLaren MtLarena a twoaml twoamlahalfyearold twofUhlahalfyearold twoemiahalfyearold
ahalfyearold baby whose mother Is h c too toopoor toopoor
poor to keep him has become the adopted adoptedson adopt col
son of Alfred A Ired Adams jr who fa Is worth a at atleast ateast t
least l5W 1580Mr 1500000 1500000Mr 6 6Mr
Mr Adams has a temporary residon residonat residence residenceat co
at 284 Washington street Brooklyn but butbis buthili bit bitbra cot t
bra home is in Atlantic City where whetsowns he heowns heown
owns own much real estate t and lets MWJ a abathing vast vastbathing ft8tbetbllg
bathing pavilion pavilionThe pavilionThe pavilionThe
The greatest regret re of Mr Adams life lifewas IfCpwu Itt e
was that he had no son to perpetuate perpetuatehte perpetuatehI8 perpetualhis e
his name and to Inherit JM t the money that thatbe thAtbe the t
be has collected He dually determined determinedto QeUrtnin
to adopt a baby and the papers we weA1ed were werefiled wereftlecl
filed ta court yesterday yesterdayIn ye tfnJay
In an affidavit Sled Ied with the papers papersMr pape papeMr re
Mr Adams proclaimed his wilHngneas wt ne88 and andability andahlllt a aability
ability ahlllt to support osPlb it the child adding
HI I have no children and never had any anyand 3D 3DaDd anyand
and I desire to make Alfred Ifred McLaren my m r
ben to all of my property real and pe pestssal per personal ¬
sonal subject to the dower right of my mywife to y
wife wifeI
1 I will rear ar the child in the best man manner mMnero ¬
nor nero and treat him In every respect ns asown my myown JOTown
own child I will properly provide for forhim forbIm f
him bIm and give Ve him a proper education educationJ
J J II Small it Sons SonllJ Florists FloristsWuhb FloristsWashington
Washington Wuhb 1t and New York YorkAH YorkA
AH A ix ides 11 en I Train for Florida PIorMnAlken FlorltlnAlkea FloridaAmen
Amen and Augusta AU Augustathe 8tathp the Southerns Pal Palm m
Limited Excellent Pullman and dinin dinincar dining S
car service electric lights and all modern modernconventeaees modernCODn moilercatvenlegoes n
conventeaees CODn fta A Solid Train of Com ¬
fort Leaves Washington 616 p m mw
w week ek days daysFashionable cia ciaFuJlioliuble drysFashionable
Fashionable Wntshint Washington fn lblngton ton Will IUhe I isc e There ThereAato tIh UhereA er erAuto c
Aato Auto A to Show Shovv 5m1st Est and M sts Jan 28Feb 2 2
BTTRNHAM IN SING SING SINGFormer SINGIormer SINGFormer
Former IiiMiiranoe O Official olal Ooc Does tOCA to toServe toScrc toServe
Serve Hla 11 Jlf 1 Sentence for larceny KnxocnyKrw Ijnrocn IjnrocnHew larcenyWow
Hew York Jan St IAft SAlter After JaanabeH having bavinsbeen havingbeer
been ta the Tombs a week after alterbad an anorder anarch
order bad been signed by byCowrt a Sopreaw SopreawCourt SnprsaCourt
Court Justice that he was w to toMTVI8IJ besjta besjtas b la lapervtss
s MTVI8IJ + rvteaj his sentence peewee peeweejr leorge > Bnmhsjn Bnmhsjnjr rhm rhmjr
jr former counsel cevucltor for the Mutnal ut Re Reserve Beeene Reserve ¬
serve Life Insurance Company whowas who whowas wlaowu
was convicted of larceny lalMa was seat to toSing toSin toSing
Sing Sin Sing sa this afternoon afternoonIt ttenoonIt
It is quite likely that a talk Mr MrJerome MrhU 1rtrJwoer
Jerome had with Under 11Bderpeat SberiC i Joha JMaltl Johasoa
soa bad a great deal to tot foL fo > h ltl sm smhfiht
hfiht L iwdden udden trh t trip > as a It HF 1 seidew Thin Chat aathi thatpi4nners Chatprteftners
prteftners hi pi4nners are dent nt to totU ttnV t V VSaturday ISbtif M MSaturday
SaturdayWIFE Saturday SaturdayWIPE tU I
WIFE SUES C lUELISJmR PUBLISHER PUBLISHER3Iri I
3Iri Appleton Demand eHlKnflH 1tnOOo1rontlecd 1OOOOO 1OOOOOPromised IUUUlrumlrud
Promised Bur nt Time of Marriage Marriagehtew MnrrlaKCNew 3InrrlnJcNew
New York Yorlt Jan 2 2iDaalel Daniel Sidney SidneyAppleton ShiM ShiMApt SidneyAppleton
Appleton Apt the publisher and his bl wife wifewho wifewbe wifewho
who have figured prominently in New NewYorks NeWYork few fewYorks
Yorks York exclusive set to have separated separatedMrs separatedMrs parat paratM
Mrs M Appletons lawyer appeared before be before before ¬
fore Justice Amend la I III the Supreme SupremeCourt SwpreaeCoert Seprometaoert
Court today todayTher todayThe7 todaythey
they were re retained retal by b Mrs AppletonIn Appleton
In a suit to recover reeov from r her husband husbandthe II IItlte husbandthe
the principal paI and Interest I t on jmm 5100100which jmmwhich IN INwhIcII
which snV s e says ye her husband Ja agreed to tosettle 0etUe tosettle
settle upon poD her at the time of their theirmarriage Uaetr1Darriap
marriage seventeen years ago and DeI did didnot d14ot didtot
not notREPORT ot
otREPORT
REPORT MRS FIELD ENGAGED ENGAGEDTelegrams ENGAGEDTelegrams
Telegrams Couple Name of Chioago ChicagoWidow ChioagoWidow
Widow with D B Jones JonesllcRCiI lon JonesA11eged s sAlIe
A11eged AlIe llcRCiI ed informant Cwnceal Identity Iilcniltynml ItlcnfHTnull Identityand
null Boils no h interested Partiea Dc DeChicago Dccline ¬
cline tn 1iclI Discnsa Iittat Uumr UumrJu + r
Chicago Jan Presfdeat Prelde at D l B B Jonea Joneaof Joa Joaof looo
of o the Mineral Point I Zinc Cotnpany a agraduate adte
graduate dte of o Princeton and a resident of ofChteagoTte c cCbbtsoa
ChteagoTte Cbbtsoa + e r Is reported eneniwd to Mrs MrsDelia I IDdia idesDtdtnt
Delia Spencer Spencerkpatshall pros Field widow of ofMarshall dlMarahall
Marshall Marahall Field the Chicago Chicagoprince I IercIIaIKprt
prince prt The rumor MIIB8I1MeMd i reached Chteagn CIdea C teagg and andother aMther andotber
ther other Western newspapers ta the feBow feBowinp
inp 1 < iltei ich i fJ t today d duWasblnatoa day dayWashington
i
Washington D C Jan f L = David DavMBentoa Da DawtOB DavidBatton
j
Bentoa Jones J of 141 Alter street eet streetCkl Ctt Ctteago CIa1ca
j ca eago announced OthICedJaIll d hte enaascment ea tlD te Wash WashingtOH R r ringtORto asle asletngton
ingtORto ingtOH to Mrs Della Spencer Catoa Field FieldL FleWL FlelsiL
L C
CWho
Who 110 I C te no on 8M seems to know knownor knownor knownor
nor has It Itheen been possfirie to learn either eitherwhether ftthetwb elf her
whether wb tJter the initiate are re genuine or flctj flctji ftct ftcttJo tictftious
i tfous tJo 7 br > r the Identity IdetItlt of the be sender of C the tbeI tlaedlpatril thedispatch
I dispatch It was sent 8 at once to members membersof titan titanof leers
of the Jones and FIeld families ta Chi Chicago ChIo Ch ¬
cago o ami elicited prompt dentals from fromboth frolllboUt fro m
both quarters quartersMy quart quartIy
My Iy father te In 1ubJn Washington with my myelder 11I7elder styelder
elder sister saW kl MISS Catherine Jones JonesMr J JIr JMr osneg osnegseen
Mr Ir Jones daughter They have been beenaway beenAway seen
away for 1 r a month I am sure there ther te no nobaste nobul8
baste for the report of his engagement engagementto t
to Mrs Field FieldAt F1ek1At FieldAt
At the offices of the Marshall ltlr aJl Field Fieldestate P1ek1osta
estate osta t8 nothing was known concerning ronqrn1 the thereport thereport t lee
report A brother of Mr Jones declared declaredthe declaredthe dectar dectarthe ed
the message me sege preposterous Mrs Field te teat iiiat
at the home of her sister Mrs Eddy EddySixteenth 1155 1155Sixteenth uaSIxte9tlt
Sixteenth street Washington WashingtonMr WaabJft ton tonMr
Mr Jones who te at atthe the New Willard Willardwas WnJardwas Willardwas
was shown the dispatches P tche from Chica Chicago Chicagolast Chlcaplast
last night He refused to make any com conmeat comment comment ¬
ment even ven to the extent of a denial denialMrs dentallrs
Mrs Field who has apartments at the theShorebant theShorebam th thShorebam e
Shorebam also refused to make any anystatement anystatemetat an Y
statement but one of the members membersthe of ofthe ofthe f
the family issued an emphatic denial of ofthe orthe o othe f
the report characterizing it as absurd absurdThis ab absurdThis urdTbls
This Informant was urable to offer aa aacxptoMtttan aftexpJawatlaJi a aexpstiaa
cxptoMtttan of 0 who the mysterious sender senderof IeDderof wadeof r
of the telegrams nu could be beBolter beDetter beBetter
Better Train Service cr Ile to New York YorkBeginning YorkB ForkBeginning
Beginning B nnlng Monday January 2S So S SPennsylvania the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania tinee
Pennsylvania Railroad looking to tit titbetter the thebetter thebelt e
better belt r comfort of its passengers will willcrate op operate up uprate ¬
crate rate an additional parlor ear on Us po pop popular popular p ¬
ular New York Business Mns 3 > 1 ° na Express Expressleaving ExpreRIleaving lax a
leaving Washington S a to m m week dayn daynEffective daYJEttectlve dos
Effective Sunday the 27th the S SO 0 a a m mand mRnd mand
and 3 p m express trains will also carry carryadditional carryadditional
additional Pullman parlor car equipment equipmenton dqulpnunon t
on Sundays making JTH regular r > Sunda Sundaequipment Sunday Sundayequipment SUndayequipment y
equipment of the I oclock train Pullman Pullmanclub Pullmanclub n
club smoker three thro drawingroom parlor parlorcars r
cars cars dining din In I car and vestibuled coaches I
1
THAW JURORS FRET FRETCarefully FRETCarefullJ FRETCa1
Carefully Ca1 C fill r Guarded in Rooms ROOl11Sin Roomsin
in New York Y olk Hotel HotelCANNOT HotelCANNOT HotelCANNOT
CANNOT EVEN USE PHONE PHONEDiversion PHONEDherlllomc PHO PHODiversions
Diversion Dherlllomc Consist of Rending nc cllng Hx Hxpurgatcd OXI OXIpu liepurgated
purgatcd pu gntcll Copies Copies o of r Jfeivs ± Cwspsinecs CwspsinecsCountess wlp papers papersCoalite 1er 1erConntcK
Coalite Countess of Vnrnionth hnrmo sth Ready Renl to Re Refurn Ret1nrn Return
turn to BnRlnnil Bn lnn l Becnnic of lie JlnIultclU lieMolic 3Iay 3Iay3IoIvcii7lei y
3IoIvcii7lei Molic IultclU izles lelI Presence Prc Preet > nc nCe nt courtNew Court CourtNew Court CourtNey
New York York Jan 36 50Never Never was the tMket thehat oas casket ¬
ket containing contal the crown Jewels of ofmonarch a amonarch amonardt
monarch more carefully panted than are arethe arethe R Rthe re
the seven Jurors te whose hands wilt r rthe rent rentthe restthe
the fate of o Harry K Thaw charged with withtbe sit sitthe ith iththe h
the murder of Stanford S S SIn White WhiteIn WhiteIn
In a suite of nineteen rooms in the theBroadway theBroIIdwa t tBroadway Ise
Broadway BroIIdwa Central Hotel they theyabout roam roamabout lfM1mabotIt
about at will but a guard is always alwa s at ateach AtJIIeS a ameb t
each ones elbow turning tvrai when they theytorn Ute1t the theturn y
torn t aad sluing when they tile sit Rt and the themen UteUlemaehes tI tImen k
men themselves might tat think they the wore worebasoned wereby w whau
hau basoned ted by shadows if U were not for forfact the thefact tMret
fact that the gourde constantly constsatir it7 tell ten telljuror the thejuror UNj1IIOI
juror what be aye and what he ma manot may maynot mayDOt s
not do doWheres dosWheres
DOtUTMres
Wheres the punch button said a M MJuror Mr MrJuror r rJuror
Juror after at dinner tonight 5 t Some one onelocated OMlotated o olocated me
located it and Mr l Juror punched it t pug pugnaciously pugnadoly pugnaciously ¬
naciously It being Saturday night with withthe withthe wi withe
the prospect of a dry dry Sunday lie I felt Ilk Ilkhe like likehe e t
he needed something SOMetIIlngto to preserve his die disposition dieposition ¬
position positionA
A bellboy beUbo answered and when Mr MrJuror M MJuror Ir IrJuror r
Juror had signlfled hit predRectioa f fa for fora fera or r
orm
a highball bIB second self sell ta n the form formof formof for forof m j
of a guard rd changed chsazodieis swfe mind for forsad him himand 1a1maM
and decided that mineral watar tw prettily prettilydecorated poettildecorated ttt11 ttt11clec Y
decorated clec with lc fee Ice would answer answerpupurpose wee the thepurpose thep theWeII Q
purpose purposeWeil p pupurposeddl
Weil WeII ddl then theta gamnia shDtt 6 no a newspaperlfr newspaper per said yeidMr HI HIMr I
Mr Juror JurorHe J JurorHe r rHe
He was handed one that had been beentrimmed MeRU1mDted bee beeUtmmed a a
trimmed so s t It looked like It had Il kenthrough l een eenthrough n nue
through the hands of a cttpptog bureau bureauThere HraTM bursa bursaThere u
There TM There wag w nothing It tlalllf tef left t but double coI coIedteriala eolonm eolonmeditoriate ededitorials trnllt
editorials and a few f fPln ads adsPiny adsPlay
Play Pln Cards Cnrtl for Pun PnnRats Punfta PunRata
Rats = said Mr r Juror and he sire sireover strolled stroUedover strolledo ad
over o r to where a quartet of laM feHems feHemswere r Rite Ritewere ww wwW
were W rt playing casino for fan That TINt t didnt didnttook dtdntlook didn didnlook t
look interesting in and he decided he wo n1MItd n1MItdtalk w wtalk sai M Mtalk d
talk over the Ite telephone Capt WIIlIa WIHteLynch William WilliamLynch WIIlIaL71clI sm
Lynch the court officer in charge of tlie tlieI tepatty t tparty a
I party beat him te the telephone booth boothand OO3thMr boot bootsad h
and Mr Juror did his talking throngLynch through throughLynch tbroughLDCb h
Lynch as an intermediary Aftor having havingseen havin havinpeen vlng vlngthat G
seen that all their letters were scanned scannedcarefully SC scan nned nnedearefull7 d
carefully by b the captain before b Core they the went wentout wentout we weout nt t
out out the telephone experience brought broughtMr broughtMr broug brougMr ht t
Mr Juror and six other Mr Jurors Jurorsto Jurorsto Juro rs s
to the t realization rea lzatlon of the fact that thattheir thRtthetr t ttheir t
their communication with the outside outsideworld outsideworld ou toile
world Is as effectively cut off as it nroui nrouibe would wouldbe wouldbe d
be if they were In n the th middle of t tSahara the theSahara theSaharaDesert he e
Sahara SaharaDesert Desert Their incoming as well wealoutgoing MS MSoutgoing itSoutgotRS s
outgoing mail aril is examined carefully careful and andthey a mdtJtftj nd 3
they are permitted to see nothing thateven that has haseven basevtn s
even the name Thaw on it it itIf ItIf
If Capt Lynch carries < out his word and andsends andnds a asends nd fl
sends nds out for a set of Roll Ron6 books the thejurors tbeJurors t ie 8
jurors feel f l their humiliation will have havebeen ltncbeftt hay 0
been completed and all of them will have havedeckled htwodecided ha ve 8
decided convictions the next time they are arecalled arecalled a acalled re 0
called upon to serve on a jury juryAnd juryd jurytool
And tool d the worst of It t is that if the thedoughty tltedo tl tldoughty ie e
doughty do bt captain and Ills alert assistants assistantscan assistantscan assistan assistanan
can help it the jurors will nol even g gto get getto getto et
to dream about the case ea Each juror jurorguard jurors jurorsguard jurorsnl 8
guard nl goes XM to bed in the jurors room roomsleeping roomsieepiAg roonsleeping y
sleeping on a couch close beside the bed bedso b i
so that If f Mr Juror has nightmare the theguard th thcuar t 0
guard can awakfn him and talk to him himabout himbout hi hiabout nt
about tbe weather to change the trend of ofhte otbfa 1
his rind wrindThe nd ndThe
The only n1Y thing now about the hotel t tway by byway h hway 3
way of reading Ntldt matter is a copy of The TheSaint Th ThsJRbI TI is
Saint at Rust t and a volume ef WHite WHiteof Wailsof Wad Wadof is s
of a Damned Soul which had been le leby left leftby ft t
by an Itinerant evangelist e1ln eJl8t who once onceCONTINUED on ct e
CONTINUED 0 ON TWELFTH PAOB PAOBFinltimorc
Finltimorc and Return 1 1I 5 5linltimnro
< Baltimore linltimnro I fc Ohio Ilnllronil IlnllronilEvery Unllronl1Ever IinlirondEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains trainsboth trainboth s
both ways both bot days except Royal Li Lim LimKod LlmJt04 m
iced City Officfes Oftie III Hl1 G st et and l cil 19 Pa PaYou P a
ave
You on Auto l utp toto no 5o lo the Auto uo ShotiAdmission Slioty SliotyAdmission SJIOWAdmission
Admission 2 25c c 21st 21 t and SL 1i Jan J JanS 2S 2SPab Feb 2 2
BEVERIDGEBRYAN BEYERMEBRYANDEBATE BEVERIDGEBRYANDEBATE BEVERIDGEBRYANDEBATE
DEBATE ARRANGED ARRANGEDWill
Will Discuss Political Issues Issuesin Issuesin
in 111 Magazines MagazinesMAY MagazinesMAY MgazinesiIAY
MAY DISCLOSE PLANS PLMSDemocrats PLAi PLANSDemocrats S SDentocrats
Democrats Fear OpponentsWill Opponents OpponentsWillBe Will WillBe
Be Given Advantage Advantagei Atlvantn e eBoils i iDoth 1
Both Combatants Have Signed Con Contracts ContrnctllFlrJlt ContractsFirst
tracts trnctllFlrJlt First Articles ArUcl Articles to Be Pub Published PubUbed Published ¬
lished Side by b SideThe Boy IloyOrators BoyOrators BoTOrntorll
Orators Will V111 Answer Back OtherBcvcrldge Other OtherBcvcrldfire OtlterBcverldge
Bcvcrldfire Announces Some of the theTopics theTJplcIOtller theT9piceOthers
Topics TJplcIOtller Otlier Were Ycr Suggested SnusejitedA Sogg IJied IJiedA
A yearlong debate on many Matters Mattersaftectfng mattersaffecting Uera Ueraatrecttng
affecting petit peHCfcal cal lasses not only IT ef thepresent the thepresent theprlHllt
present bet those which will be prou promt promtnewt promlMIlt d dnest
newt J jn the Presidential Pre idential campaign camp Jli of 1906 1906te U08W 1906Is
te to take place between W J Bryan Bryantwice Bryanto1ce Bryantwice
twice Democratic candidate for the Presi Presidency PreeidOlleJ Presidoaey ¬
dency and the Hon Albert J Beveridgesea Beveridge Beveridgesenior Bever1dgeJ
senior sea er Senator S from Indiana IndianaBosk IDIIIaDaDoda IndianaBuilt
Built of the statesmen t1IIII1D who are noted notedfitr HOtedoratolT notedfir
fir oratory oratolT and whose public witings witingsas
as well v as utterances ut have attracted so somuch soaUIIadDII somuch
much attention have hay aigmrl contsncts COII toflight to
apt sBt out tbe iasocs te a promineat MaR mftgaalne MaRi stastagesine
sine he On awe one political phase pha th thy theywill y ywlH
will v agroe a M disagree and their articles articlesn artillf8f articleson
on n the ct Jflit one written front thel the theDamocraiic th thDeMecnIdc
l Damocraiic etaveeraik and one from the Republican Republicaniinndpiihil RrpullUcaAl
st l iinndpiihil sist will be poMavbesl puMI 1Ii11 II side by b bfteII side sideM sideThen
Then fteII MSt month each will answer the the1M theother
other < M r as best be 1MU tray trayTip nmyt
t U p to the present t tIlDe Mr Bryan a a has hasplnead haslilawd
plnead no restrictions I upon his written TltteD or orword orWWd orfl
fl plli3ane word when be has bad anything anythingamjr anythinga
iS amjr a be has said it bat t now it seems seemslM eemsdedMd seemsIse
lM Ise > hen decided to concentrate his fire fireflat Ireor liretined
tined flat Instead of rd replying to any and every ererylinMiallun every1ientisu ery eryl
linMiallun l tkJII that aaaUditrta > aaifrat a iashw for an anntiamncc antee anudwteeae
ntiamncc tee front him en any as aft liuh liuhhe suhjarti uh uhJnesa
Jnesa jarti he t l to confine htaweif wkly to tothe totIae tothe
the nmcaiiiu suine in which be has ned tu tuBMat tuia t tmost
most as in the Msts hb potttieal oppo opposite oppoeo oppo1ttl ¬
site eo Senator Beveridgv Beveridgv3Iittiikc BeveridgeMistake
I IJIItnke
Mistake Say 5u Sonic Dontocrats DontocratsSonte Domoernt8Soe Democaatssole
sole of tbe D DeasecmUc eesecrvttk leafcta WliteIt believe believeit
it to a mistake lIItaJEe for the man who has been beenthe beenshe n ntbe
the leader of his party pUt to twe strenuous strenuouscampaigns strenuousaiaiptigns UOUai UOUaica
campaigns ca thus earl early to outline his views viewson viewson
on the Issues for jhe the next campaign campaignThey aampalgnThee Ign IgnTheF
They argue that Mt 0aIr only may he weaken weakenhis weakenhla weakenhis
his art7 partys cause bit that be naiy mays I find findblmsalf findat findhimself
himself at variance with a great wing 1 ofbin of ofMa orOWII
Ma own party part partyas as great a variancethat variance no nothat itllat
that when ben be promulgated his doctrine of ofM of1I
M to I wblc which spite the Democratic party partyin partyIn part y yIn
in twain t waJa or when wb he made hfc fuuous faJDOusepeeeb fuuousspeech tamouespeech
speech te Madison 3qpare S enre Garden advo advocatin advorating TO TOraur
catin rating die gwernmeqit tvntnept t ownership ownerahl of raH ratlit railroada
roans It is Uwugbtby ttnottght bY80 byaotne aorae Bryan yan ad adMBhrarf qdltl d d1nI
MBhrarf ltl r reeaxet 1nI that te such n a debate as he hasxetdgssd has hascontracted haseeetrcted
contracted eeaxet xetdgssd dgss dstp torbe tor tothe he nutf easily by byuagulllded chum sbmunguarded
unguarded statement ailmldate Uml UIDitt tate hiroaeif hiroaeifMttirvly hiJaeitfIIU hirrsteefilntlralr
Mttirvly fIIU M a factor te ffc ext Democratic Democraticnaiioaal DftmoctatkhA Democratkitatienai
naiioaal eomrentioii c tMhers thtn rs fear Neat in insuch Inneb insuch
such a debate te be Mill U bt forced f01 < pd to shnw shnwhis sho shohis ho hohis
his hand to disclose his partys party s plans plansand plnnsand
and thus give to the Republicans R full op opportunity opporUndt7 ¬
portunity to totake take to themselves the best bestfeatures bestfeatUleaJ beatfeatures
features of hat platform aa a be claims claimsthey daimsthey
they did hi put campaigns campaignsIt
It is believed De ved that Mr r Bryan has some somenew 8O oo oolleW
new pia plans some novel time theories to ad advance adnee advance ¬
vance nee and Ute Bryan wing of the party partywhich partywbich
which is nwre more or leas I In his eonfldeive eonfldeivedoubts COIIn COIIndoubtll conflden e
doubts his wMom otdom in showing sbowt his band s sfar sfar
far in advylnce advylnceIt ad adIt
It can be stated ted upon high authoritythat authority authoritythat authoritythat
that the Republican R 111eaden leaden are not at all allavers allaveIW
avers averse to baring ba the man who hi reckonedentocratic reckoned reckonedas
as a I Ito Democratic leader talk all he wants wantsto
10 to op the issues they will hare to face faceand raetaDd faceand
and it is htae4 that when w the project projectfirst projlCtftr
first ftr came lip p Senator BeverWge was wasurged wasto xasurged
urged to go Into It by b his politicalfriends political politicalfriends poUtllalfriends
friends who pointed out that to this way wayhe ay aybe
he eo could id render an inestimable service to tohis tohis
his party partyBcverldfjc partyDeerlcIge partyBeveridge
Bcverldfjc Most Jiot Available nJ1able nJ1ableSenator
Senator Bev Beverldge was wasmost selected as the themost themost
most available man In many respects to totake totlce totake
take the nKber side of what bat Is likely todevelop to todevelop todep
develop tato a valuable aDd Interesting IatereaUnSpultlle
public debate It to thought t t that the die di dir
cusslon r between be W1I these two men JDftn both bothholding bothholding bothsg
holding holdingsiholding sg high rank te then party councils councilswill COUDCUSwtll
will siholding siholdinglure have an Important nt bearing lb te shap shApm ahaphtg
teg m the party platforms of IMS IMSIn DIt1ft SOI SOIIn
In the teat campaign paIgn Mr r Bryan and andSfDat
Senator SfDat r Bevgrtdge stomped the sacra sec section sdcti0n ¬
tion of the country for their respective respectiVpart
parties part and although they have never neveryet
yet 81 met on the same platform they have havean0tferd haveIa
an0tferd te > e public speech ecb each othersargu others othersarguments othersUS1IIM8ta
arguments argu ents so that their stampspeaking stampspeakingpartook st1IIDjHpeklogpartook
partook almost t of the character of adebate a adebate adeba
debate deba Both men have ve large Jar ready readymade read readaad readymadk
made audiences aad to which they can appeal appealWhen appeaJfJt8u
When then it was announced anno to the leadersof leaders leadersof ril rilof
of the Republican party that Mr Bryan Bryanwas Bryanwas
was witting wi to enter hUG steer a debating debatingcontract debRtln debRtlnt0IIlnMt
contract with any 117 opponent worthy of his hissteel higsteel
steel they began to look about for an anavailable anavailable anavalbabk
available man to reply to him They knew kneeft knewit 111 111it
it would be best to find some statesman statesmandose stateslrnlnclo
dose clo 6 to tbe present administration and andyet audyet
yet one who was independent of the ad administration admlni administration
ministration mlni tratton a man who held 80 so rodepend fDdependent
ent a position that he would wouklllOt not he looked lookedupon
upon as a spokesman for any an element or orJRrtJculal
particular faction tactionSecretln
Secretaries Secretln Taft Root and Shaw were wereregarded wpreregarded
regarded as too essentially of the admin administratlons adminIstntUons
istratlons household Sneaker Cannon Cannonthey Cannonthey On OntMY
they realized had too many run calls upon uponhis
his time to permit his taking ta part te such u ua
a prolonged prolon ftd and what will 111 probably he I lbeated
heated debate debatlOtherc
Other Were ere Suggested SiiffKCNtcilSenator SnJe1CeclSenator SuggestedSenator
Senator Ix f Lodge > dge was regarded as too too1tJlctb
strictly a New ngtand Eo d represenUtlve lepre aUrtlve to tlmak
mak Hake his appeal cogent to the South or orto
to the West The nain tamp of Vice President Pre kl nt ntFahiNUtks
Ptiirbanki wan suggested bat with th thwide
wide mention of him bl as a Presidential Presidentialcandidate P Presidentialcandidate tial tialcandidlte
candidate it was felt he might tDe be r ft ftganJe
ganJed as an advocate for himself rather ratherUMUt rathertlrrua rat In r rtlHtu
tlHtu for his PArty paKyAll PArtyAU
All things t htgs conetder d Senator Albert rt J Jever1dge JBevorklge
Bevorldge was regarded r as tbe bast all ailroBTHl allrodud
roBTHl available ntanraj ma1Ifaad and d after some con conslderation consh1eratlon considenation
slderation he has otMiseuted G to debate debateBryan
Bryan to a standstill standsdilA ttandsdlluked
A Asked ke < l about the he proposed debate at the theWl1lard
WHtord j fliard last evening efI where he was a aguest asucet aguest
guest at the Gridiron dinner Senator SenatorBcvcridge HflaatorBIer1dle
Bcvcridge said uYea Yes I have arranged arrangedfor arrangtdfor
for such a debate with 1th Mr Bryan and andthe
the topics topi have been decided on among amongthem
them will be the Tariff the Trusts Swol Swollen wol
ten Fortunes For t n Centralisation vs StateRights State StateRights StateRhhts
Rights Finance Ftnap e Corporation the Income IncomeTax Incomeru Incomefax
Tax and perhaps 1 > e bpg some others othersTliroujrli ot otThrollJb otheraiTbroufih
Tliroujrli Service KcMnmcd KcMnmcdFloods Uclttilued UclttiluedFlood ItcscrnedFloods
Floods in Ohio Valley Vane havhjjs subsided subsidedC 1 ded dedC
C C O trains n now w running through with withsleepers ith ithleepers
sleepers > direct to Cincinnati Lovtevilfe LovtevilfeIndianapolis LovI vIlIeIndlaDapolla
Indianapolis Chicago < o and St Lords Din D4nteg Dinat DInlag
lag ears a ht carte cartep eart eartA carteA
p A J In Carte Lunch Served Dally Ddlrat Daailyat
1 at Ecksteins s from 12 I to tow S ill 1 ° N Y av ave

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