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Identifies Letters LetterWllite Wliite Sent SeiitHer SentHer SentHer
Her After ter Marriage MarriageGROSSEXAMINATION MarriageCROSSEXAMINAfION MarriageCROASEX
Detains Forces Jerome J Cl0111C to Com CouIIllelice Commence CQtUlUWlGe ¬
mence Difficult TaskWife Task TaskWife TaskVUe
Wife Relate < What May Un 1lcICenzieTold MoKeiizle MoKeiizleTold JIcIenzleTold
Told Tliem TJit u White blte Said About AboutNewly tbuutNewly bout boutewlt
Newly ewlt Married Couple COtll1tiUrl4 airs J JCnlne JCldtie dCaine
Cnlne of Boston Itovtoffy Testifies to toHearing ioI1earhg toHenryg
Hearing Harry Jlarr K Tharr Aslc dal Sirs liraNeibit SirsResult JlrllXeblt
Result for Her Daughters hand HnndNew Unnt1New handi
New York Feb 1SDlatrlet District Attorney AttorneyJerome AttOnMYJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome began n yesterday afternoon thecrossexamination the thecrossexamination thecroaexamlnatioo
crossexamination of Mrs Evelyn elFD Nesbit NesbitThaw NtThaw NesbitThaw
Thaw He dMnt want to do it Just then thenbut tIteR tIteRbut thenbut
but he was forced forcetl fo into it by Delmas her herhusbands herhusbands herhusbands
husbands counsel coup l It was only after abitter a abitter abitter
bitter argument a met1t between Jerome andDehinua and andDelmas anclDelmas
Delmas that took up the crossexamina cressexamination crossexamination croeftJfttaatioR ¬
tion tionYoung
Young Mrs Thaw had been on Oftstud the thestand thestand
stand at the morning session and she shewas sbewas shewas
was recalled le tlled again in the afternoon to toidentify toidentity toidentity
identity a letter written Written rlUftt by her mother motherThat motherThat motherThat
That disposed of Delmas Delmas announced that thatKe thatlte thatYe
Ke W4is teas ready for crossexamination croaetD IItton It Itcame Itcame Itcame
came as a surprise to Jerome e who seemed seemedto MelDedto seemedto
to have the understanding under tund that he could couldresist couldre couldrests
resist the right to crossexamine cf her herafter herafin herafter
after other witnesses especially e peclally experts expertshad expertsI
I had testified teStified But Delmas Dt lmaa said that there therewas thereW811 therewas
was no such understanding on his part partThis MUtTbhl partThis
This brought from Jerome J mme a statement statementin
in which he practically accused Demws Delmanof Demwsof Ms Msof
of not telling tem the truth adding that here hereafter beleafter hereafter ¬
after there would be no stipulation made madewith Idewith madea
a V with counsel for the defense unless unl Itwas it itwas Itwas
was m open court and on the record He Hesaid Heaid Hesaid
said very positively that If he was consinced con convinced ¬
vinced 1 Cd by medical testimony that an anhonest anhonest anhonest
honest case of insanity has been made madeout madeout madeout
out for Thaw MIa he would no longer take up upthe upthe upthe
the time of the t court courtJerome courtJ courtE
J Jerome spoke with great feeling saying sayingthat sayiftCtbat sayingthat
that ho did not want to subject Thaws Thawsyoung tbasyoung Thawsyoung
young wife wife to the terrible ordeal orddx i of a acrossexamination aclOt1sexamination ai
i crossexamination crot sexaminatton unless it was wuJutely abso a1usolutey absolutely ¬
lutely y necessary He said he knew that tIIattwo titantwo thattwo
two of Thaws Thaw doctors had important tes testimony t ttimoRY test ¬
t V simony that might have great bearing on onthe onthe onthe
the case as he had examined them him himself himself himself ¬
self with the consent of Thaws Thaw counsel counselBut lO counselBut nael naelHut
But the intimation from rum Jeromes talk talkwas ta taW talkwas
was W S that it would have to be o shown that thatThaW tbatThaw thatThaw
ThaW is now insane and then he would wouldask wouldask wouldask
ask for a commission in lunacy lunacyJerome lunacyJerome lunacyJerome
Jerome SCOTCH Point PointDuring I IodntDuring olllt ollltDu
During Du the brief examination that thatJerome UltJerome thatJerome
Jerome put p t young Mrs Thaw through tltrcMq1tthis throughthis throughthis
this afternoon aftt > lDOOft he asked uk her if the story storythat stoI7that storythat
that she told Thaw was w true This ques question queetion question ¬
tion was objected to by 7 Del Dedmd sayingthat saying sayingthat rtathat
that if had notWng g te net de debut val w iilt htfi hte eaea eaeasaid t rear rearbut
but Justice JusticeIliilalMfil1f e IliilalMfil1f M14 IC SIM SIMsaid be besaid
said it was true Ali It is believed believedopens betlend betlendopeNl believedt
t opens the way for or wide latitude in ex examination examination examination ¬
amination by Jerome JeromeWinding JeromeWinding JeromeWinding
Winding up her direct tt testimony Mrs MrsThaw MnThaw MrsThaw
Thaw said that she be told her hwband that thather tbather thather
her constant companion May McKenxie McKenxietold MeKeIUdetold MCKemsietold
told her that White bad saM after her hermarriage hermarrla hermarriage
marriage marrla to Thaw that their love would wouldnot wouhlnot wouldnot
not last long and that I will get her herback herback hers
s back backWhite backWhile hackWhile
While she was as on the stand the state s4atement 8tatement statement
ment written by Thaw to Anthony Corn Cornstock CoIItstock cowstock
stock was admitted mined in evidence tmd In it itThaw itThaw ItThaw
Thaw spoke of dens of vice two of them themwhere Uaemwhere themwhere
where rich criminals e took their vic victims 1I1e 1I1eUms victims ¬
tims young girls girlsIt girlsIt r1a r1aIt
It is evident that the def defense will at attempt attf attempt ¬
tempt tf > mpt to get et in evidence a let of letters letterwritten lettewwritten lettersnitten
written by b White bite They were tdentl tdentliitHl ktenUtit identhtied
tied tit > d by Mrs Thaw today but they have havenot baelot havenot
not lot been admitted hi evidence yet The Theletters ThekttefS Thektte
ktte letters kttefS were not written to Mrs Thaw Thawbat ThawbOt Thawlint
bat lo e another young womanHonest woman womanIlnncNt W IDaILJloncMt
Honest Cne of Innnfty InnnftyThe InltnnU InltnnUThe InannftyThe
The session after luncheon bristled bristledwith bristledwith bristledwith
with with interesting moment The district districtattorney dl8trtetattorney districtattorney
attorney told the court that the moment momenthe JIIOIneDthe momenthe
he became convinced that an honest case easeaf caseof caeI
of I f insanity hail I been made out on be behalf e eh behalf ¬
half h If of the defendant fesda8t be would ensue eeaaeto eeueto ensueto
to waste the courts time by contending contendingotherwise contendingotherw4ee IBK IBKothfnft8e
otherwise otherwiseiKlmas otherw4eeIkhtuu
iKlmas 11 tried to pin the district at attorney At Attorney attorney ¬
torney to a more definite statement along alongthis atongthis alongthis
this line He wanted to know eo if Jerome JeromeMould Jeromewuuld Jeromewould
Mould abandon the prosecution if he be beraine he helal1l beE
lal1l E raine arm convinced con that Thaw was 8 insane insaneon ue ueIIn
on the night of June 2K 2KJerome SJfrome ffJerome
Jerome was too alert to be caught ea t in inthat Inthat inthat
that style however and replied that he hewas heWaf hewas
was addressing acidreeR the court and not Dedmaslie Delmas DelmasH DelmuHt
H Ht did not say whether be would Ould require requiret
t < > be convinced on Thaws insanity on onJune onJune onJune
June 35 2 hut t or at the present time timeFrom timeFrom timeFrom
From the general I drift of his examination examina examination exaialnation ¬
tion of the expert pert witnesses however It Itappears Itlppcun Itappears
appears most unlikely that he will wu aban abandon abaBdon sheadon ¬
don the prosecution protteeuttO of the ease unless It Itis Itis Itis
is conceded that Thaw is insane at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present time timeNor timeNor timeNor
Nor will iII he be likely to miss the theIf chance chanceof chanceaf
of asking that a comniisekMi In lunacy be beappointed beppointcd berppointed
appointed to examine Thaw should thetestimony the thetestimony thete
testimony te timon of the defense at any timegive time timegive timegi
gi give him a reasonable reall nable excuse for so do doing d0 d0ing doIng ¬
ing The entire tendency of Jeromes Jeromesquestions JelOtne JelOtnelll1eSUOns Jeromesquestions
questions to the medical men has been td tdconfirm to toconfirm tqLonftrm
confirm the belief Iief that the district at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney holds that if Thaw was insane insanewhen illaanewhen Insaned
when he b bt shot White he is insane now nowand nowand nowand
and should be sent to an asylum and that thatif tbatif thati
i if f he is i not insane now be was waswhen sane sanewhen sanewhen
when he shot White WbiteSkating WhiteSkating WblttSIiatlng >
Skating on Thin Ice IceTheir IccTheft IceThere
Their were ere momenta this afternoon afternoonwhen fterDOOAwhen afternoonwhen
when both Jerome and Delmas were wereskating we wmeekatlftg e eskating
skating on thin ice and seemed likely likelyto Jlkeolyto likelyto
to break through into the bitterest sort sortuf aort aortof sortof
of personalities The two lawyers got to todisputing todisputing todisputing
disputing about whether the theinatlon crossexam crossexamination crossetan ¬
inatlon of Evelyn Thaw Tba should be under undertaken undertaken undertaken ¬
taken at once Jerome said tl that at he Del Delmas Delmas Delmas ¬
mas bad a stipulation that it should go goover GOon 6oover
over on r for the present Mr Delmas Dfl DeIm s said saidthat aidthat saidthat
that this understanding went ent no further furtherthan furtherthan furtherthan
than putting off the > crossexamination crossexaminationuntil crossemnaUonuntil
until the afternoon a ternoon session sessionMy sfalonuMy sessionMy
uMy My recollection differs totally from fromthat fromt fromthat
that t that hn of counsel said Jerome and he headded headdtd headded
added that hereafter he would have no nodealings nodf nodeatinga
dealings df > aUng8 with counsel for the defense defenseexcept defenseexcept e eexcept
except such su < h as went on the minutes minutesThe nutesTte minutesTice
The district attorney at orney seemed to ap approach approac approach ¬
proac proach l the crossexamination of EvelynThaw Evelyn EvelynThaw ivelynThaw
Thaw with the greatest test reluctance He Hestated HeItated Hestated
stated t to the court that he had hoped hopedthat hope4that hopedthat
that it would be possible not to cross crossexamine croS8x
examine a x minf her at all but he could ouJd not be beHire belire beare
Hire lire of that until the defense had put in inill inall
ill 11 its it testimony as to facts That was waswhy wuI1 wasv
why v I1 hl Iw i > wanted want to postpone the crons ereestntiratton cronsxami tt6f1Siration
xami tntiratton nation Ho hado ttw o desire to sub subRct subkct sobs
s Rct the t he witness witn s to such an ordeal as astONTlNLKD aslUl asCUNTISLgD
c c cAD
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland Ihf f irlanflFair rIandF Fair ir and coldertoday colder coldertoday coldertoday
today tomorrow partly cloud cloudfresh cloudy cloudyfresh j jfresh
fresh westerly winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1 IJ 1Jerome Jerome rome Crossexamines Evelyn Thaw Thaw1Repnblicans TJIa TJIalRepabUeans ThawIRepublicans
1Repnblicans Win Philadelphia Election EleatlonlPbDadelpbln Election1Philadelphian
1 Phuadelphhui Shoots Clubman1Bailey Clubman Club ClublBalley
1 lBalley Bailey Takes Tak Witness Stand Stand1MaM StaJH1IMaW Stand1Maid
1MaM Gives Gtv Jlistress Jewels to Sweet Sweetheart SweetHart Sweetheart ¬
heart heartSHish HartIHhlh heartHigh
SHish High Speed Blamed for Bronx DrorxWl1lek DrorxWl1lekSJireaelt Wtiick5Breneh Wbtek WbtekFrench
SJireaelt French Church Policy Sustained SustainedS SntIKa SultatIned SultatIned3Kaiser
S IKa 3Kaiser Kaiser r Opens Ope R4ehatag11Virginia Reichstag ReichstagVirginia R RIYlrInIa
IYlrInIa Virginia Mart Mourned as Dead It Itturns Up R6 R6tur ¬
turns tur turnTo1Mceo turns11Tobec
11 nTo1Mceo 11Tobec Tobacco ee Trusts ts Will Merge MergeCOXGRI3SS MeJ8COXGnESS MergeCONGRESS
4Smoot Speaks hi His Own OW Def Del4No Detatws Detatws4No ne
4 4No No Increase for Postal Bmptoyoc Etnployn4Presldentt ploy ploy4Prae
4 4Prae 4Presldentt Preafdent GUven Free Hand U In Paasjnip p aimu aimu7Sundry j
7 7Sundry Sundry Civil Items Passed PassedIOOAT PaMedI PassedLo
IOOAT IOOAT1Wfll I Lo O Ou OulWnl o u u1Will
1Wfll Distribute 124 m Today Today8New TodaFBNew Todayi1New
8New Venezuelan Revolt C CZONvers Crushed Crushed2OHverc
2OHverc 108 thanes Shanes Inersasinf InersasinfProgramme 1ner 1nerP Tnersaslu TnersasluilProgratpme
ilProgratpme Programme P 1IIIRe of Schools for WaaMMgte WasingtonDay WaaMMgteDay W n nDay
Day DayPlan DayD DayIt
It Plan D for New Market13Open Market MarketIS MarketDOpen
IS DOpen Open Letter from CbanbellaEQUITABLE Chancellor ChancellorEQUITABLE ellor ellorEQUITA13LE
President Morton Denies Itumorrof ItumorrofReceiership Rumor of ofi orRecei
i Receivership ReceivershipNew Recei ReceiershipNew > rlhIJI rlhIJINc
New Nc York Feb ItFeUowiag It Following tile tfcoselling tileeelU theselling
selling eelU of iesee e0 shares ares of Union Fej Psctlc Pct80oa Psctlcon u uop
on the stock tock exchange exebut e today by H HContent ELCoateat ILContent
Content rumors were spread around aroundWall arotIJtdWaU aroundWall
Wall street that it was > vw M for the account accountof aCCOUlltoftbe accountof
of oftbe the Equitable ultAble Life Assurance So Society Society Society ¬
ciety and that the company was soing soinginto plaginto gohiginto
into the hands of a rwetver r etver These Theserumors TItaeIWDOIe Theserumors
rumors which unsettled the stock stockmarket atockmarket stockmarket
market market were denounced ncmMe4I as maliciously maliciouslyfalse malkICHISI7ta maliciouslyfaire
false ta by Paul Morton president t of thequitable the theEquitable tlMEquitable
Equitable EquitableMr EquitableMr quitableMr
Mr Morton pronounced the rumor of ofan orIlRpendJag ofan
an impending receivership for the theVquitable tlteItaltle theIgquttabie
Vquitable Italtle as not only baseless but butridiculous btrldleulo batridiculous
rldleulo ridiculous The TJa person pen who put this thisrumor tIdanUllerla thisrumor
rumor nUllerla ia circulation doubtless used as asa 8tlte asa
a heals the recent r ltt decision of the Cir Circuit Clrclift Circult ¬
cult Court of OrAppeaJa Lppeals reversing Judge JudgeHaaels J JudgeBezels < e eHaae1
Bezels Haae1 decision sustaining 8uataJnln the societys societysdenfferrer 8OC1etydeRlllTff societysden
denfferrer den > rrer in the case of J Wilcox WlilcoxBrowa WlUeoxBrowa WilcoxBrowa
Browa against the society in which whichDos wblcbl whichMessrs
l Messrs Dos Passes Brothers are of ofcounsel ofCOttlt ofcounsel
counsel COttlt el for the plaintiff The decision decisionof
of tae Court of Appeals in this case is isunoa la1qHJa isupon
upon a very narrow Question and has hasnot hasDot hasnot
not the remotest bearing upon the so societys 80eietrs socletys ¬
cietys solvencyMr solvency solvencyMr Ivency
Mr Morton added thai he knew of ofno ofDO ofno
no corporation IN I UM world which hle was wasmore w wmore wasmore
more solvent and d leas 1 likely lIk8i to go intothe J Jt Into Intothe
the t be bands lids of a receiver than the theEquitable theEqulbdfle theEquitable
Equitable EquitableThere EqulbdfleTJaere EquitableThere
There was astonishment In Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet aJ aJatr
atr street t that such a baseless rumor rumorshould nuaoraboukl rumorshould
should be eirculiUed It was freely freelycommented treel7comme1ttecl freelycommented
commented on as an example of the thelenffta fJJeu thelengths
lengths to which late sane sojne manipulator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the market ket are willing wtl11n to go tn I order todepre to todepress todepress
depress depre prices pricesMAYlrNNUL pricesIts
Its Validity Depends Upon GroomsSanity Grooms GroomsSanity GroomsSanity
Sanity on Day It Took PlaoeNew Plaoe PlaceXew PlaoeXe
New Xe Argument May JfR > Be n Raised Should ShouldDefendant ShouldDefcntlnnt ShouldDefendant
Defendant He Found to Have HaveBeen HncDccn HnveBcen
Been InsanePtttabtttnr Insane InsanePttcstows InMnlleJeb
Pttcstows Feb HI lThere There w ws attendant sundsntproof attendantproof IiMlldaDtpnoJa
proof pnoJa to PlttelHtrg Pftte tlrg t today y tha tt sjuwld sjuwldHarry tfhoakdHarry leI leII leIH117 I
Harry 1C 1t Thaw now DO on trial at Now NowYork NwYork NewYork
York for the murder of SUutfOrt Whit lVhttebe Whitbe V tte ttebe
be declared to have been IMaM when he hemart heor bemate
mart or remade the will 111 which has been beenintroduced beeRlntreclueed beenintroduced
introduced as evidence in New York Yorkthere Yorktbent Yorkthere
there will be an effort to declare d Jare his htemarriage hI8marrlate hismarriage
marriage to Evelyn lyn Nesbit NNblt on the same sameday iMUneda sameday
day da null and void voidThis voidThhl voidThis
This will was practically arranged arra ed and andcompleted andcompleted andcompleted
completed on the the7 flay he married MIR MtosNesbit MIRN MissNesbit
Nesbit N t and if the courts hold that Thaw Thawwas TIaa TIaaWAil Thawwas
was insane the day he married the theartists Utertlat theartists
artists rtlat model then the marriage rrtae will not nothold JtOtbold nothold
hold That there are those m Pittsburg Pittsburgwho PlttsburlwIIo Pittsbnrgwho
who would like to see the marriage ntar 8 a In Invalidated 11Ivalidated Invalidated ¬
validated to certain taIn The consensus of oflegal 0 0Je oflegal
legal l opinion in Pittsburg today to was that thatif thatI thatIf
if I Thaw was insane In ane at the time he made madethe madethe madethe
the will 1ll he was as also Insane when i etI he heWHS bewu hewas
was married marriedAttorney marrleclAttorney marriedattorney
Attorney Herman L I He Hegner lJe ° nog who at atthe Atthe atthe
the time Thaw was married was w mar marriage marrlae marriage ¬
riage license lleen e clerk and attended to Thaws Thawscase ThAw ThAwea Thawsease
case personally today gave it as his hteopinion sopinion hisopinion
opinion that Thaw Tlta w at the time he took out outthe outtbe outthe
the license was crazy crazyThaw crazyThaw crazyThaw
Thaw acted most queerly that day and andthough andtbou andthough
though tbou at the th time tl attributed to nervous nervousness nervoune nervousness ¬
ness I am now inclined to think he was wascrazy Yo Yocrazy wascrazy
crazy and that I should not have issued issuedthe lSBuedthe issuedthe
the license IIce said id Hegner tonightTHAW tonight tonightTHAW tonlthlTHAW
Cincinnati Millionaire aioved io ioGive 10Ghc toGive
Give 250000 0000 to Help Girls GirlsCincinnati GlrlNCincinnati GirlsCincinnati
Cincinnati Feb 19 19As As a amemorial memorial to tohis tohis tohis
his daughter Charlotte who was killed in inan inan Inan
an automobile accident in southern mutbenilast France Francelast Franeelast
last summer J G Schmidlapp a widely widelyknown widelyknown widelyknown
known Cincinnati baker and millionaire millionairetoday millionairetoday millionairetoday
today announced the establishment e tabll bmeat of a atrust atrust atrust
trust of u iiOON ftOM the tn interest of which wklcbto to toto isto
to be devoted to t the benefit of young wo women woJDen women ¬
men menFriends menPrlenddo
JDenFrieD Friends FrieD of Mr Sehmldlapp Sehmldl pp say that the thetrust thetlU8t thetwat
trust was decided on by him after a arecent arect aroosat
recent visit t to New York and upon learn learning letunInt donning ¬
ing of the testimony in the Thaw trial trialThis trialThis J JlhM
This makes mak a total of 5WOOO HXMK given by Mr MrSchmidlapp MrSchnakltapp MrSchmillepp
Schmidlapp recently in memory of his htewife bWwife hiswife
wife and two daughters all of whom met metaccidental metaccklentaJ metaccidental
accidental deaths deathsThe deathsTne deathsThe
The new trust is to be administered a Rlinlatned by bythe bythe bythe
the mayor of Cincinnati JlnclbJllltJ the president Ple Id nt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cincinnati University Unlverset U Iversty and live di directors diJleCtorS direetors ¬
rectors of the Union UMioR Trust Company of ofthis fthlll ofthis
this city and there Is no limit of any anysort anyaorton anysort
sort aorton on the trustees in selecting tieleetl benen benenctaries beneftcia beaneScleries
ctaries ctariesThe cia cleriesThe rkos rkosThe
The income to to be used u for the benefit benefttof benefitof benefitof
of young yoan women In caring for them in indisease Indisease Indisease
disease in constraint con tndnt or in education educationPRESIDENT educatlonPRESIDENT educationPRESIDENT
Executive Writes rlttH Dr Joseph JoMcit Kear Kearney Ienrne Keatney ¬
ney ne Fornn to Come to Washington WashingtonOttawa WUHIIIngionOtto VnMJIlngtonOtta
Ottawa Otto Feb F 19Presldent 19 President Rooeovelt Rooeo Rooeovelt Rooec Rooecvelt
velt has sent Dr Joseph Kearney KearneyForan KearneyForan KearneyFortin
Foran an eminent poet and lecturer lecturerliving leeturtWJtvt lecturerliving
living Jtvt here an autograph letter invit inviting inviting huntlag ¬
ing him to give a lecture In Washington Washingtonon
on histories subjects subjectsHr S1J subjectslie jectr jectrH
Hr H will in accept and a date will be ar arranged Arranged arranged ¬
ranged before long longSale JOD < iSnh sSale
Sale of o Japanese Goods GoodsAt GOOdHAt GoodsAt
At Washington Art Galleries 1448 IIi H sU s sconUnud st stcontinues
continues today at 1990 a m and 3 p m
Takes Stand and Tells Story Storyin StOlJin Storyill
Committee Refuses n fne5 to Embark Upon UponKxtcnsive CpoiaExtensive
Extensive Hxten he Tour of Country to In InvestiKtite 111e InvestigateUneertndn
tbuteUnccrtl1ln vestiKtite e Uncertain and Indefinite IudeflniteChargesSenator IndefiniteClinrgc h Iellnite IellniteChargeScnntor
ChargeScnntor Clinrgc Senntor Not ot Questioned QuestionedIjy
lay LmvyerN LnCrHTo To Continue ContlnuCJolln ContlnuCJollnr TOdny TOdnyDanasT Todrys
s + V
DanasT Da Dadiu IJU > Feb USenator 1tstnaterR Senator SenatorI Baft Ida r rId
I Id d HeimsetttatiT R tattn Coci Cojcka a uncles had t their thIrl1mt theirtern lr lrtra
tern tra wl with i too ta knveatdgIag nvsstlga Jaftlld ng oommrtt ommlttaes ommlttaesat Itteea Itteeaat s sL
at L Austin today todayMr to7Mr todayMr
Mr Cocko filed a a protest 1MOt of ill words wordsgainst word8aplDst wordsagainst
against dosing the mvestisAlion III and andtaking an4ma andmaking
taking ma what practically amounted to a aerles aeriM
erles of supplemental charges against a the theSenator tbeSenator theSenator
Senator He also desired to have the thecommittee thecoamdt thicommittee
committee coamdt map out an a extensive tour touref tourefthe t ttbe sf sfthe
the country to hear indefinite testimony testimonyfront t testimonyfrom lDOD7 lDOD7froM
froM uncertain sources Whatjte M asked askedIf likedIt askedIf
If granted ranud would keep the investigation wvwtigatkmon
on wheels for a long time The commit committees OOIlntttea committees ¬
tees turned down his request reauestAfter tAlter requestAfter
After Mr Cockes Cocke request 1 request had been beennegatirety Qeenpt beenstgatively
negatirety pt passed on Senator J XT K Bai 13ailey Bailey BaIIe7 ¬
ley took the witness wit stiwd in Ma own owndefense 01nIclef owndefense
defense clef The commute eonsnlttee room was wascrowded waacrow wascrowded
crowded crow ed with spectators and all the themembers tIaemena themembers
members mena ftI of o the two committees were werepresent weret werepresent
present present t There was as no excitement bat batthe butthe t tthe
the keenest of Interest prevailed pInaJlIdJU8t prevailedJust prevail prevailJust
Just asMr Bailey had taken takeR1tI8 MB seat t a ahuge ahure ahuge
huge bouquet of roses sent by some me la ladles 1dies hadies ¬
dies of Austin tln among them the o wife of ofHon orHon ofHon
Hon Hon A A W Terrell once Minister ter to Tur Turkey TIItkey Turkey
key was presented preee to RepresentativeCooke Representative RepresentativeCocke RepiWentatlCocke
Cocke who sat t immediately opposite oppo lte the theSenator theSenator theSenator
Senator but between whom no sign SIt of ofrecognatkrn 0recolftadon ofrecognatlon
recognatkrn had taken place 1 > hme The bou beuquet bouquet ¬
quet was placed on a table almost t under underSenator underSenator
Senator Baileys nose The incident incidentcaused lndt1entcau incidentcaused
caused ed a Utter throughout the committee committeeroom rommlt rommltroom e eroom
room Bailey and Coeke both smiled smiledMr smiledilr smiledMr
Mr Bailey was on the stand all day dQ and andmay aadmay andmay
may continue as a witness in tomorrows tomorrowssession toHlorro toHlorroMIIIIIon tonlorrowesession
session He ha has not been n qusslt qwastfoaed iMd iMdttornen ied by byattorneys byitorneys
attorneys or members of the coifWttttee coifWtttteeHe eo tntttee tnttteeHe
He He ie has been permitted to make J IlK a atfitv atfitvment SUttt SUtttnt atatemot
mot nt in his own way concerning all mat matters Matters matters ¬
ters with which he is charged and which whichhave wAlckhave whichhave
have been brought out in the investigation investigationto
to date This statement in no material materialfeature JDa materialfeature
feature differs from those the Senator Senatorhas SenatOrba8 Senatorhas
has made in his speeches and his ht state statements statements ¬
ments at various times to the U press At Attimes Attimes
times today he amplified qn < jn certain certainfeatures certainfeatures
features of matters that buya iY e been beenbrought beeDbrought beenbrought
brought out by other witnssJK 1tl1 WlM who have haveappeared haveappeared
appeared before the committee i but tjC t in tono inno
no material sense were re MIl Ytdmeitts Ytdmeittschanged at sttitementschanged t mtnu mtnuehan
changed changedDIVORCED ehan changedDIVORCED
Ench of Pair I nlr Hurt Buried UurictlPnrtncr UurictlPnrtncrUnrinJ Partner PartnerDuring PartnerDnring
During Interim However HoweverMount 1I0wc IfowererMount er erMount
Mount Clements Mich UchFeb Feb 18 Di Divorced DIvMCed Divorced ¬
vorced thirtytwo years ago Alpheus P PCowell PCowell PCowell
Cowell of o San Francisco Fnutcl eoIUd and JlVs Mrs Erne Erneline Eme Emeline Emeline
line A Hunter of Cleveland Clevelttp Clevel nil4 wore re remarried remarried remarried ¬
married here yesterday ttt t tVe t1 3itltltodist 3itltltodistparsonage Methodist Methodistparsonage r 01odiat 01odiatJR1SOna
parsonage parsonageMr JR1SOna parsonageMr e eMr
Mr Cowell was eighteen at tlipir first firstmarriage flretmarriage firstmarriage
marriage and his bride sixteen sl teen een Both BoUtlived Bothlived Bothlived
lived In Michigan when hen they made their theirfirst thtlrftr8t theirfirst
first matrimonial venture the groom at atSt atSt atSt
St Johns and the young oung woman w women fttlln at I4ns I4nslug I IIUf Lans Lansing ¬
lug Both married after their divorce dlsmmebut divorcebut dt1lhrcebut
but death deprived them of their part partners part partnets t tReIs ¬
nets ReIs and recently recc > ntly they en come etUD8iDto ie > into corre correspondence COrTeondence corre correspondence ¬
spondence again and the love lov of their theiryouth theiryouth theiryouth
youth was rekindled their second thtntinge mar marriage tnatrlage ¬
tinge b being linally arranged arrangedKELSEY arrallpdKELSEY arrangedKELSEY
Hn HUJ Hughes lics io Insist In lIt on Ills Itctircnient Itctircnientin
in MeKsafire to Senate ScnaieAlbany Scnnt ScnntAI1Mlny SenateAlbany
Albany N Y Feb 18 UGO Gov Hughes Hugheswill HugheswUl Hugheswill
will send a message to the agnate senate to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow asking that body lOd to io removeState remove removeState removcState
State Superintendent of Insurance Otto OttoKelsey OttoKelal OttoKelsey
Kelsey Kelal The message me sage which Is bolng bolngprepared beInG beInGpreNlred bet betprepared
prepared now Is based upon the admis admissions admlsstolUl admissions ¬
sions of incgmpetenay y made maQc4llr maQc4llrKf li bjf Mr MrReiser MrKelsey
Kelsey Kf > J Fat at his ex examination imination yostertjay yostertjayThe yesterday yesterdayThe otertIltYTh
The Th governor gave ave Mr Kelsey until untiltoday lIntiltodtQl untiltoday
today to fllfia supplemental Statement gtiamentto SIlft Statementto mcnt mcntto
to the explanations of yeetera yeeteraThe y yes ester rpl9 rpl9TJI jJajV jJajVThe
The TJI < MneTcnnan Fa lnmoiU m OHM NeonDn JVoonDaifi JVoonDaifiLunches N onDnr s
Lunches 715 71 13th st St nw just above ab ve G st st
Miner Killed l II by y Us B plosion of Can CanIn CallIn GastIn
In Mexican Colliery CollieryLas Col Cohlnr CohlnrLas fr frLas
Las Esperantos Mex Pen 1It it It ia ianow I Inow fanow
now believed that 1M 1 live Nvefr were lost lostin JMtI lostIn
in I the explosion yesterday 8t ta the mine minebelonging 11I1 11I1beloaalllsr minebelonging
belonging to the Mextca Oal and andCoke a ac andCoke
c Coke Company ompa at this lase nhioe Forty Iiyrtythree Fortythree hrqrthrtoe
three bodies bodl have been removed 1 More Morethan Xoretban Morethan
than sixty ty miners are still atilltIIe 1 n the corn COIaprtlllfltt eowpartment cornpert
pert prtlllfltt men t where wh re tb the explodes ex occurred occurredWhetaer eecrredWhfter recurredWhether
Whether they are ar dead is IeMaa nat kgww ltpewsMany kgwwMany
Many Maa of the th men who way killed killedwore killed1V killedwere
wore 1V Japanese JapaneseThe Japan JapanThe JapaneseThe
The explosion pIMIOQ occurred eeu soon a1 after the thenight thfn thenight
night n ht shift had begun wotJf It ItUao hi hithought isthought
thought Uao lat to have ha v been caused caged fcr gas gaswhich gaswbleb gaswhich
which ignited from a V defotI4V defeetH 6d6Ucar hwtp hfmpcarried hwtpcarried
carried ecllty by one of the miners1BW miners miners7BW
1 1J
p f fPlertc
Pierce Street Fights In Odessa Re Result UenIt liesnit ¬
snit nIt In 15 0 People Injured InjuredOdessa InJurctlFeb InjuredOdessa
Odessa Feb 18 1 19As As a result of a Jew JewbsJtlns Jewbstdn Jewbaking
baking here last night ninetyfive per persons perare persons ¬
sons are in the hospital hO pltal and Kia R is believedthat believed believedthat believedthat
that a number are fatally injured injuredFierce InjuredFlene injuredFierce
Fierce street fights figh tJI lasting Jutln for two twohours twoboon twohours
hours characterized e the trouble A num number DWIIber number ¬
ber of YOU < Jews Jew offered determined re resistance re reaiatanCf resistance ¬
sistance to their theireneetlton persecutors Further Furthertrouble PurUMrtrouble Furthertrouble
trouble is eared and the tot to Is being beingpatrolled beJa beJapat1ed beingpatrdied
patrolled by Cossacks CossacksTHROWS CoaaclTHROWS CossacksPIIROYIS
Chauffeur Arrested for Accepting AoaeptillgStolen AcceptingStolen AoaeptiDgStolen
Stolen Gems Tells Queer Q eer Story StoryXtMV StoryXc StoryNew
New Xc York ork Maid Robs Mistress lilttrc antI andGivos antIGfwc antiGivos
Givos 5a5 3J0oit > 00 > Worth orth of Booty Bootyto Duot Duotto 4 4to
to Her Sivuctltcnrt SivuctltcnrtNew SwucthcRrtNew S vecthcnrt vecthcnrtNew
New York Feb II Through Through the con confesslen C0D C0De conlesson
lesson e of Mary OConnor and at the sws swsgvstton Rtr Rtr8doft tmgausUos >
gvstton of the Rev Father Thomas J JDoyle JDoyle jDoyle
Doyle a curate C1 attached to the Roman RomanCathoNc RoInIutCatholic RomanCathoiic
Catholic Church of St Joseph at Sixth Sixthavenue StxtIIavena Sixthavenue
avenue and Washington WuhlD tOll < place p ace the polleeof pollee policeof polleeof
of the West Thirtieth street station re reported re reported reported ¬
ported early today that they had learned learnedof Jentedof learnedof
of the robbery of jewels valued at fromZaeee from romto
Zaeee 6 W to Weee from Mrs Leta Nichols NfchofcLivingston NidIot5Uvlnrstoo NicholsIJvingston
Livingston widow of o Oscar S Living Uvlnoeton Livingston Lt Ltof ¬
eton of MS Fast ast Thirtieth street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The police arrested the OConnor girl gfrUwho prlwho girlwho
who said she was twentyfour twentYtour yeans of ofage o oace ofage
age and lived at tel Madfson RII avenue avenueand avenue avenueand enue enueRCl
and RCl on her information Frank Logan Logantwentyone Logantwentyone Logantwentyone
twentyone years y years tS of age who bo said lei he msa was wasa wasa
a chauffeur was placed ia custody ca tcMly when whenhe wilenhe whenhe
he returned to his home home at K i2Weet West Six Sixtyfifth saxtyftfth Sjxtylfth ¬
tyfifth streetTbe streetThe street streetThe
The arrest arrest of C Logan is said said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been due t tft Marys Mary discovery that he hewap lieWall hewag
Wall paying attentions to another gjg gjgSergt sJt sJtl g gSergt
Sergt l Archie McCullom KcCQllom of the theVTeadet VTeadet VTeadetloin Tender1loin Tender1 feit4eroloin
loin station said that Logan confessed confessedhe eonrndhe
he had received ncetved the Jewelry from Mary MaryOConnor M MaryOConnor y yOCotmor
OConnor but when he learned that they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had been stolen tol nhe he threw them off of the theBrooklyn theBr theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Br Oklyn Bridge BridgeWhen B Bn BridgeWhen
When n arrested Logan was dressed in inevening inevening Inevening
evening clothes had 13 = 2X2 in his pockets pocketsand pock pocketsiid ts tss4m1tted
and iid admitted that be had not been work workIng workIng workbig
Ing much lately latelyThe tate tateThe latelyThe
The police intimate that others may m be beimplicated betmpH beImplicated
implicated tmpH ated in the robberyMANY robbery robberyMANY robberyMANY
Hearings Begun in Libel Cases Cn eH Insti Instituted IIlHtitl Instituted ¬
tuted tl tctl Iiy 7 Miss 3Iiss Bessie Cronin Cronintfcrctel Croninxdti
tfcrctel xdti 1 to Tin WwfctaKton HcnkL HcnkLLoganeport HftaWLofaD5POrt HealdLegansport
Loganeport Ind Feb 19 1tThe The first flrsthearing 11mhearlnt firsthearing
hearing in scores of o libel llbel8Ults suits mod modagainst diedagainst tcd tcd89in
against t publishers all ever everfhe the United UnitedStates Uolted UoltedStates UnitedStates
States by Miss Bessie Croum Croal > was reached reachedtoday reachedt reachedtoday
today t daJ when Loutbain c Barnes pub publishers pubhikers u1 u1HaIms > ¬
hikers of the Logansport D8POrt Pharos were weradefendants weredefendilnts weredefendants
defendants before Judge Reynolds at atMontjoello titMontJcello atMonticello
Montjoello MontjoelloThe MontJcelloThe MonticelloThe
The alleged a lepcl libel Is contained in a story storyinvolving story1TUlviRg stingylurching
involving a student st ent frolic at the Valpasaki Valpa Valparaiso Valpurai89 ¬
raiso Ind College Among the defend defendant dofofdVants < efen efenA1I < ¬
ants ant A1I are Vice President Fairbanks Fairbanksthrough F 1rbin1q 1rbin1qt Faairbank4through
through t b biB connection conn ctlon with Indlahnpallg Ii1 TndltrnnpoIlgnewapspera lrl1npolis lrl1npolisnepftpers
1 newspapers newspapersLargest nepftpersInr newapspera newapsperaT T f rLargest
Largest Inr etUnrllln Morning Circulation CirculationAll Cfrcnlnion CfrcnlnionAll
All advertising contracts made by byThe byThe byThe
The Washington Herald are based basedupon l u4Wupon Rasedupon
upon Its sworn circulation clrculAt1onn a cir ciri ctrwaUon erculation
i culation in Washington WaehlngtonlAr hr larger er r1i7 r1i7thOU Tiy Tiyi h i VV VVthousuds
thOU thousuds Rud than wa was ever before tot tottalned t ttahled
i tained by any morning newspaper newspaperat
at the Capital Its books arc open
Dawson Hoopes Empties Gun Gunat GUllat Gilllat
at C A Newliall NewliallONLY N NewliallONLY evl1all evl1allOiLY
Axunllnnt ullnnt Meets Jlcet Oldtime Utienty Brlem on onStreet 011Strect onStreet
Street and RUXUCM for His Weapon WeaponWhile Weaponllhllc VenIJOnlIlIc
While lIlIc Xcwlmll ien cwhnJl hald AttemiitH io Flee Fleefrom IIcefrom Fleefront
from City OlbAfTRlr Affair Grow Ont of Do Domestic Ductfc Doniestic ¬
mestic ctfc Trouble of ofLoiix or Long Lon Sinndiiig SinndiiigMscend 5Inudlngo 5Inudlngoj SiaadingtiptcW
Mscend to 7 fie WMMssiM W lltnna lltnnaPhBadetpMa n nPIdI d4enMPbb
PhBadetpMa PIdI Feh JtVsws ILVoyhtg V that thatwould
would be revenged veta on the man whe whsv hesaid he hesaid liehad
said had broken brok up Ms home Jaome Dawson DawsonHoopes DaMlOltHGOpft DawsonHoopes
Hoopes of the Arm of Hoopes Ie Towns Townsend Towneend Townsend
end end and a member of the Union UlIIonClub
Club Club this afternoon discharged daIsc both bothbarrels bodtbarre bothbarrels
barrels barre of a shotgun abot at Charles A A New Newball N Nball Newball
ball ball society man II club man and inter international JatDtJonaI international ¬
national cricketer of Chestnut Hill 1111I on ontoe 911tbe onthe
toe main street of Ambler Pa a atwber nam namber
ber of shots taking effect In the hack hackof 1Iadtor Dadsof
of his head and less lessThe leprbe legsPhe
The assault t was Yo wads at the Amblerstation Ambler AIMIerRatIoa Amblerstation
station RatIoa and was witnessed witns id by a number numberof nllJftberor numberof
of people Newhan N wbaD was not JIOtas seriouslywounded seriously seriouslywounded
wounded as the gun II was loaded ecIwtUt onlywith only onlywith
with birdshot which did did Mt not penetratethe penetrate penetratethe peaetratethe
the heavy overcoat worn by b the victimNewhall victim victimXevrlmll fkU fkUXewllaH
Xevrlmll Make Fn Fast t Time TimeNtwhall TimeN IlineNewhall
Ntwhall N wbaU to well known as a bone man manand man manad thanand
and went tb t tb Ambler to attend a horse horsesale honesale horseante
sale sale where he met Mr Hoopes B an old oldenemy oldat oldmossy
enemy at a hotelHoopes hoteL hoteLHoopes kolelHoop
Hoopes declaring that thath hq would be revenged re revmced ft ftfor
vmced for oM tithe injuries lit went to his hteroom WlOOIII hisroom
room and NewhaH decided to get out of oftown oftown oftown
town Ho had just disappeared in i the Uwrailroad thera theraitroad
railroad station when Hoopes came outof out outof outor
of the hotel with a shotgun and pursued pursuedhtm pursued11Im pursuedDian
htm DianIn htmIn 11ImIn
In his haste for revenge he stumbled stumbledand ataIbiedaDd stumbledand
and fell in the mud an as he reached therailroad the therailroad therailroad
railroad but quickly 1fCOY recovering Ida Idabe gun gunhe gunhe
he ran toward the station stationNewhall atatJoaNewhaJl stationNewhall
Newhall saw his enemy coming and andbolted Radbolted endbolted
bolted through the rear door of the tileHe build huiUing buildbig
big He ran wildly ikII across the street his hislong htelour h hcoat
lour coat tails streaming behind Mm his hisspeed Idsapeed hisspeed
speed leaving his togs exposed to the scat scattering cattermg scattering ¬
tering shots Hoopes braced himself on onthe OftUte onthe
the station platform and at a range ran of offifty offtrty offitly
fifty yards fired both barrels of his gun gunin gunIn un unIn
in rapid succes succession successionWith su lon lonWith n nWltb
With the small shot taking little effect effectthough effect effectthCMI effectthough
though thCMI they penetrated his scalp and legs legsNewhall Je1IINewhaU legsNewhall
Newhall did not pause in his flight untilhe until untilhe untilho
he ho was safely behind a large building buildingTwo buUd buUdTwo buildingTwo
Two of the shot cut his scalp and severalburied several severalburied severalburHd
buried themselves in his legs beneath bene tb the theflapping Uteflapping thedapping
flapping coat coat3iny coatJh coatMay
May Jh tint Vot ot Prosecute Hoopes HoopesHoopes Jloopelaoope IloopesIfoopes
Hoopes returned retur to the motel where he hewas newas hewas
was arrested arreted He was brought before a ajustice ajUliltfeo ajustice
justice of the peace peace Jut but was Il8 not in condi condition condition eondltion ¬
tion to answer to totJIe the the charges and thebearing the thehearing tn tnbearing
bearing was v continued until tomorrow tomorrowDuring tomorrowDllrln tomorrowDuring
During Dllrln the hearing bearlng Reopen was guarded guardedby tUardedby guardedby
by a policeman polle n to prevent p vent him from fromspringing tromsprin5lng fromspringing
springing on Newhall Newhall whomhe whom be declared declaredhe declaredhe declaredhe
he would OUkl finish finishTlte ftnishThe finishThe
The assailant IUllRll lJt was locked in ambler jail jailuntih jailunUlate jailuntillate
untih unUlate late in the afternoon when he was wasreleased wasrelea wasreleased
released relea ed under 2 2 20W ball furnished by his htebrother hisbrotber hisbrpther
brother Baron Barta Hoopes who took him to tothe tothe tothe
the Ambler House where he left him in inhis hihis inhis
his room under guard 1d for the night n t It Isexpected Is toexpected Isexpected
expected that the cas cue will WiUbe be settled as asNewhall asNewhall asNewhall
Newhall does not wfcfe Wl ltto to prosecute prosecuteThe pl88ecutetrouble prosecuteThe
The trouble dates date datetfback back to ISM 04 when it itis Itis Itis
is said that Hoopes tried unsuccessfully unsuccessfullyto tuny tunyto
to get t a a djvonoe fYORIe from hIS wife To friends friendsHoopes frleadHoopes friendsHoopes
Hoopes has often talked of his troublesand troubles troublesand tron tronand
and declared that Newhall was responsi responsible respouIde l lble ¬
ble for themMrs them themMrsT tbemMrL
MrsT Mrs Hoops and her daughter da bter are sep separated sepIIItoo separated ¬
arated from Hoopes H pea sad are re traveling in inEurope inEurope inEurope
Europe he having h fng settled tlld 308 a ritonth onthem on onthem ontheDL
them theDLDuUct
Bullet Stops Burslnrs Plight Flightspeed PlightSfMfel FUgIItSlakl
speed to The tlb fcs1rfB8tsHr astsa UemkL lieia1tSalisbury UemkLSalisbury 11 11SIlJ
Salisbury SIlJ tbury N A CvFeb C Feb 19 IftA A meae message messageto ge geto
to Chief Police Miller this afternoon says sayslie naysto 78 78Ute
Ute lie burglar b who broke into Harry Belks Belksstoro Belkstoro Belksstore
store toro two weeks ago and robbed it of ofvarious ofltm ofvarious
various articles of clothing was captured capturedIn
In Savannah Ga a few w days ago andsentenced and andsentenced andtenced
sentenced tenced to State prison for a year on aentail a asmall a81n
small 81n ll ciiinc rodAy he made mad a dash forfreedom for forfreedom forfrNdom
freedom and was wa shot ltet1MIt but is I not n t seri seriously eerhoutcl3 ¬
ously 0 wo wounded woundedA inded
A 1 In Carte launch Served Dally DallyAt UtflyAt DailyAt
At Ecksteins from 12 to 3 3 1412 N Y ave
OPENS WAY TO JOBS fCJOBSIegl JOBSLegislative JOBSLcglslatlvc
Legislative Iegl lnthc Business Far BehindClosing Behind BehindClosing I1ehlmlOlmiing
Closing Hush Is Inevitable InevitableIt IuUnllc IuUnllcIt
It IB becoming more and more evident evidentthat e1dDnlthat evldnntthat
that the closing days of the present present ses session 8estOn session ¬
sion of Congress will 111 witness a greter grbeterOOnSsstlon greterQOBgsetkm
QOBgsetkm 000 tJon of business than has boon beenknown boonknown btonknown
known In n recent year yearNot years yearsNot yearsNot
Not one of the fourteen appropriation appropriationbHte BPpropriaUonbills appropriationhills
bills has yet boon sent to the President Presidentfor Pre Prudentfor icIont icIontfor
for his signature sl piature The legislative execu executive cxeeatlve executive ¬
tlve tive and Judicial bill the first to be re reported re reported reported ¬
ported to the House and passed by Jt t is isnot 111Inot isnot
not yet out of conference and all of the theothers UteotJtanr theothers
others stilt lack much of being completely completelythrough completetyUtt completelythrough
through Utt u h the legislative machineryOne machinery machineryOne machloOTOne
One Important measure meuurethe the sundry civil civilMil cl1t1iUwa civilbdiwe
Mil iUwa was reported to the Howe by the the4Committee theCommittee theCommittee
Committee on Appropriations only yester yesterday yesterdaY yestsrday ¬
day One otberth other the general deficiency bill billis billIs billIs
is yet to be reported by the committee committeeand commlttoeaad committeesad
and but 1 oJeven days of the session remain remainThese rematnTboN remainThose
These members of Congress who do not notbelieve notbeUeve notbelieve
believe m lit hti baftt hasty ty action are very apprehen apprehensive apprehen8fve apprehensive ¬
sive lest the inevitable rush of the last lestfew lastfew Jutfewd
few fewd day days < 1It of the t le session will leave open openings opentn openings ¬
ings tn tor Itjobtt jobs and jokers of various VHriouBkinds varloukfRf variouskinds
kinds kfRf In suite Jlte of the obvious necessityfor necessity necessityfor nece llt7for
for haste neither House seems inclined todevote to todevote todnote
devote itself exclusively exelu hrely to business bD > and andspeeches andpeedte andspeeches
speeches on a wide range ran Ie of subjects not notgermane ROtrmane notgermane
germane rmane to appropriation approp tIon measure me Mtle are areconsuming arecOftfmlftlng areconsuming
consuming a great deal of valuable time timeThe Ulnarbe timerho
The Senate Sen te for example spent practi practically praeUea practleaSy ¬
eaSy ea J the whole of yesterdays seasknt ae ioq on onoae ORODe onone
ODe comparatively COIDp rlatively unimportant provision provisionof
of the agricultural leuJtuntl bill while in the Housemany House Housemany HOWIemanJ
many speeches were delivered which had hadnothing hadnethlar hadnothing
nothing whatever to do with the postotfice post postoffice tofflee
office bill which was being considered coo in inCommittee InCCJIIIJRlttee inCommittee
Committee of the Whole WholeIt Whoten WholeIt
It i is not doubted at this time that allthe all allthe aUtJHt
the budgets Ha t8 will 111 be passed before the close closeof cloHot closeof
of the session but members freely predicthat predict predictthmt predlettJIat t
that thaterrors errors error will be inevitable as a resultof re result resultof lt ltof
of the rush in the closing clo hours hou and that thatthe tltattIIe thatthe
the country will be fortunate if nothing nothingworse JIOtbta JIOtbtaWID nothingwstpee
worse WID than errors creeps cr into the various variousmotley varlou8lDfIney variousmoney
motley billsLARCHMONT bills billsLARGHMONT billaLAROIDIONT
Bodies of Two Men den Washed Ashore Ashoreat AP Ashoreat hore horeat
at No Mans JIlin LandVineyard Land LnndVlaeyanl LandVineyard
Vineyard Haven Mass M Feb 19 DTwo DTwoIMft ILTwowore Two Twoatore
wore bodies of victims of the Larchmont Larchmoatcrater Larchmontdisaster LarcbJDOlltwere
disaster were brought Dr t here today by the thecrew thecrew thecrew
crew of the Gay Head life saving station stationfrom IItaUetafrom stationtrout
from th the island of No Mans Ian Laid where wherethey wherethey bera beratllq
they had been washed ashore On a memo memorandum JlMlftonuNlum memorandum ¬
randum book found in the clothing clotbiD on ORe oaeof OReor oneof
of the bodies Bod that of a man of middleage middle middleage middlease
age was written the address addr W GWightmaa G GWifthtman GWlahtmaa
Wifthtman Lebanon N T L The other otherbody oUaerbot7 otherbody
body was that of a man about thirtyyears thirtyren thirty thirtyyears
years of age On ih the third finger ft of the theleft theleft theleft
left hand was a plain gold ring Both Bothmen Bothwere Bothmen
men were fairly well dressed and aMII on oneach eneach
each body was a life JlfeSOIENTIST preserver preserverSCIENTIST preserverSCIENTIST
Dr John C Shedd Blinded Experi ExllcdJnenting Experinaenting Experimenting ¬
menting with Ub Flnseii Hay Itn ItnColorado RayColorado HayColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Feb 19 ItAa ItAaUte 11Asthe As Asthe
the result of experimenting expertme ttaS with theFinsea the theFtesea UseJIbaaea
Ftesea ray a newly discovered power powerfsd powerfill powerinl
fill electrical ray which to little under understood understood er erstood ¬
stood Dr John C Shedd head of thedepartment the thedepartment thedeprt
department deprt t of o physics ph7 1e11 and electricity electricityat el triclty tricltyat
at Colorado College has probably been beenblinded beenbUnded beenblinded
blinded for or life lifeDr UteDr lifeDr
Dr Shedd is now confined at his hishome hishotwte hisbeet
beet home suffering tortures with his his iJs eyes eyesand e eaDd eyesand
and utterly unable to seeYIIiL see seeILL SeeWILL
ILL GI ffl j r AIM AIMPeabody WA VVMQIQ OO OOPeabody
Peabody Trustees Will Distribute DistributeFund DistributeFund DistributeEland
Fund Among Colleges CollegesSouthern OollegesSonthern CollegesSouthern
Southern Institutions io Benefit by bythe IIYthe leythe
the Disposition Today Todn of Money MoneyHold JIollcr1I0Id Moneyhold
Hold in Trust Forty Ilort Years YearsIt YenrJolIt YenrxIt
It has hes been practically decided that the thePeabody tileJNacau thePeabody
Peabody JDoacation Fund established e funltel in ill1M InI1iR
197 by George Peabody PeaIMHJ of London wiu wiube wfi wfibe 1ii 1iibe
be entirely dfetrftHit 4II d letrhbuted 11lu1ed d with within a short shorttime 8IIorttime aborttime
time A largo portion practically all of ofthe tUte ofthe
the fund will be distributed today at a aspecial apedaI aspecial
special meeting of the trustees at the theArlington UteArUactoIa theArlington
Arlington Hotel to bids da city The fund fundnow fUDdDeW fundnow
now amounts to between 3SSUN Ms6st and andMMM aadaM and24S
24S MMM and In accordance aeeordaaeewltll with the will willof wUlor willof
of the founder will be devoted as the in interest In IntlftSt interest ¬
terest has been in the past to educational educationalinstitutions educationalba educationalInstitutions
institutions ba In the Southern States StatesIn StateaIn StatesIn
In the original endowment D it was W8I pro provided pro provlded provided ¬
vided that the fund might be bed distributed distributedat d led tedat ledat
at the end of thirty years Forty years yearshave yearbave yearnhave
have passed and this action has never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been taken until now when it to practically practi practieatty lIactl lIactleaIIy
eatty determined upon At the special apdicleAmeeting specialmeeting spectaIJMet
meeting JMet today the distribution wilt be bemade bePIIIde bemade
made PIIIde and the beneficiaries beneddr es will b br an announced uDOUDCeCI announced ¬
nounced DOUDCeCIDr nouncedDr nouncedDr
Dr Samuel A A GreeaBi Green bop Lawrence Lawrenceand rarenee rareneeand Lawrenceand
and Bichafd Olney of Boston trustees trusteesarrived trueteeantYed treelessarrived
arrived yesterday to attend the meeting meengChief mee meetingChief DS DSctaleC
Chief Justice Fuller to chairman claa and J JPierpont JPierpont JPlerport
Pierpont Morgan is treasurer Mr Green Greento Gnenthe GtOenis
to the oldest member of the trustees t tpelat tru tees inpoint in inpaint
paint of service He said Jut night that a alargo IIJUt alarge
largo JUt of tHe fund will be distributed distributedtoday dlatrlbutedtoda distributedtoday
today toda leaving only a small balance balancewhich balancewhich ace acewhich
which will be awarded in the pear future futureThe tutureThe futureThe
The trusteeship will 111 then be dissolved dissolvedEXIT dI oIvedEXIT dissolvedEXIT
Heir Born Two Hours After Parent ParentIs
Is Lowered Into the Grave GraveSiMCkU GrneSpccW GraveSpliaal
SiMCkU to The Waitiiartas W iW gto Herald HenUToledo HcraWToledo HeraldToledo
Toledo Ohio Feb 19 lDeath Death and life en entered entered entered ¬
tered into a strange contest in the family 1ftadlyof familyof ftunilyof
of the late Frank Frudean of o Main Mainstreet Matnstreet Mainstreet
street this city today todayNeither todayNeither todayNeither
Neither was as victor What one took tookaway tookaway ok okaway
away away the oUter gave gaveThis gaveThis 1lre 1lreThis
This morning the body of Frank Pen Frudean PrudN Pendean ¬
dean was buried and two hours later latera
a son was born to Mrs Prudean PrudeanSuddenly i rudeanSuddenly radam radamSUc1denl
Suddenly SUc1denl Frudean died after a linger lingering 1InterIn lingerlug ¬
lug In illness caused by tuberculosis It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the old law w of life which bldl asserts assertsitself MSelUltaelf assertsItself
itself at every turn turn and 0 to the sorrowtag sorrow sorrowIng sorrowtag
tag wisp who 0 hung over the bedside when whenher wIlenher whenher
her husband died Sunday It was the law lawef Jawor lawof
ef compensation compensationTROUBLE ee compensationTROUBLE on onTROUBLE
Knnlbnrs lauIh uH May 3IR Challenge Him on Ac Account Acconnt t tcount ¬
count of His III History lIhctr Hist ry of the War WarSt Vnr VnrSt nr nrst
St st Petersburg Feb IDThe 12 The pubikatinn publica publication publication ¬
tion abroad of Gen Kuropatkins history historyof historyof historyof
of the RnseoJapanese war hats caused causeda
a great sensation here The dispatches dispatcheson d1spatch d1spatchon
on the subject su Jeet were suppressed 1 but lonj lonjaccounts IonS IonSaccounts longaccounts
accounts received by b mail are printed in inall Inall Inall
all the newspapers newspapersThe MWSpaPersThe newspapersThe
The generals strictures strJ wres have evoked evokedmuch evoked evokedmuch evokedmuch
much iTsentment e entmen In military circles et le andhave and andhave andhave
have revived rmv the talk talkC of the this possibility possibilityof possfbmt possfbmtof
of a duel between Gen Kaulbprs K < 1I1b and andGen andGen andGen
Gen Kuropatkin KuropatkinA
A etrong effort is being made to under undermine undermine undermine ¬
mine the latter hi n the Emperors favor lavorand favorand favorand
and prevent his nomination as viceroy viceroyof yiCffOYof
of the Caucasps which It is reported reportedbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been decided upon uponTho uponTilt uponThe
Tilt Finest I lnet of Scahonahlc Flowers FlowersReasonably PlowerReasonabJlrtcecI FlowersReasonablypriced
Reasonably ReasonabJlrtcecI Reasonablypriced priced BlacWstonesWth S H
City Party PartyPIIILADELPIIIA r and Democrats DemocratsLose Deulo DemocratsLose lats latsLose
Lose by b r 50000 Votes VotesCAPuRY Y VotesCARRY otes otesCAPtRY
CARRY ONLY SK WAJUSteformers YARDS WAEDSReformers YARDS11efo111lelS
Reformers Get Lukewarm Sup Support 8111port Support ¬
port from Their lhe l Ally AllyDurhainOIcXicIiol A11 A11DnrhaJIIJlcSlclloI AllyOrganization
DurhainOIcXicIiol Organization Calls CnlblUeNuIt CallsResult CallsIteHiilt
Result a Restoration of Public l ubUc Confldenee Con Confidence Confideucc ¬
fidence in the Machine MachslueMeanic lacJaha Slenns lennl Disbanding Dis Disbanding DI DIIJnnt1luJ ¬
banding of City Cft Party lnrtRdorUl lnrtRdorUlnnnl PartyRefOrnlItnnlcs Reform ReformHanksLost
Itnnlcs nnnl HanksLost MIoNt Lost Strength Steadily Stendfl Since SinceSOBCM SinceLn SinceLast
Ln Last t 1 Falls dIH Defent Ocr the S State State8saeritl ate ate8I
SOBCM to UK lathes W MmU MmUPhiladelphia JrMPhlladelpltla linosPhiladelphia
Philadelphia FW If 1JTJIe The municipal mnnkHpalelection ftmnialpaltIon municipalelection
election tIon today resulted in a sweepingvictory sweeping sweepingvictory sWfeIIIDgvictory
victory for the Repubttean organizationCongressman organization organizationCongressman orpnlzatlonC
Congressman C 1IIan John E L Reyburn of the theSecond theSeeoJld theSecond
Second district Is elected mayor by 1 y a amajority ama1orlt7 amajority
majority ranging between 40660 40 and 50MO 50MOand 50 50anc1118 501111and
anc1118 and llegh Black recently re < chairman of the theRepublican theReubllcan theRe
Republican Re ubpcan city ctt committee is chosen boIIen as asreceiver aIr asreceiver
receiver r ver of taxes tax an office o lce important for forIts forI forits
Its I large patronageThe patronage patronageThe tron tronThe
The City Clt Party which led the inde independent iodepe1Mleat itxdependent ¬
pendent tight and which had less i than thanhalfhearted tllbnbalfhearted thanhalfhetuted
halfhearted support ft from rem + o n its ally the theDemocratic theDemocraUe theDemocratic
Democratic organization carries not more morethan mmethan morethan
than six > of the fortyftve wards suffer suffering BUfferhie suffering ¬
ing heavy losses in districts where it itwas itwas itwas
was strongest m In the fight of M JtI5 3196 6 when whenit wbenIt whenit
it overthrew the Republican organisa organisation organiaatIeD organisation ¬
tion tionLeaders
Leaders of the City Party attribute the theresult therosall therout
result to weakness of their organization organizationand o organizationand anlza tJon tJonanti
and to the completeness of that of their tiwirDiBflSMstoMs tlteirQn theiropponents
Qn opponents opponentsDIloss neMa neMaDf
DiBflSMstoMs Df II within the reform ranks rankshad rdnltsluIlI rankshad
had a great deal to do with the result resultMany resultlitany
Many 17 of f the workers W who contributed contributedlargely eontHbutedJarxet7 contHbutedlargely
largely to the reform victory In n 1M6 ll5 had hadreturned hadreturnecl hadreturned
returned to the regular Republican Repub c n fid fofdhaving f6ftllavta fidhavhi
having havhi been convinced by it the failure of ofthe oftile ofthe
the reform fight t last fall that there was wasnothing wasto wasnothing
nothing to be gained by sticking to the theindependent theia theindependent
independent cause causeBesides Cm CmBe causeBesides
Besides Be ldee procuring control < of the exec azecuthre executive ueetift ¬
utive tift department for four years the Repubabean Re Republican BepubH ¬
publican organization retains a Arm grasp graspon gupon graspon
on the city council councilRepublicans councilpulIcans councilRepublicans
Republicans pulIcans hail th the > victory as a vote voteof Voteof OteOC
of restored lored confidence in the party part fol following folowa following ¬
lowing owa the punishment pUhl8hft nt received in the theuprising theupriatS theuprising
uprising against a the scheme hemt Jo o extend extendthe extendUte extendthe
the term of lease of the gas works to tothe tothe tothe
the United Gas Improvement Company Compyb Companyby
by b half a century centuryThe eentV7Tbe centuryThe
The result undoubtedly doubtedl means the thedisbanding thedlabaDclinl thedisbanding
disbanding of the City Party which whichwas whicbol1J11Hd whichwas
was organised with the avowed pur purpose parpo purpose ¬
pose of o wresting the mayoralty from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the DurkamMcNichol Durlaam McNirbol organization orgal zationde zationdescrtbed described de described ¬
scribed by Secretary Root as a Corrupt cor corrupt r rnapt ¬
rupt and criminal combination blJlatloa otaa sasgaerading otaaquenulta UIUen4lAg
quenulta en4lAg as Republicans ReoabliccuisPRESIDENT RepbUcumt t tPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT mt ENTJiONq TON ONCDfflE ONCDfflE4w O AL ALiteplies Ja JaJtepile
4w 4wReplies
Replies to Massachusetts JInsancllUfllett Request Requestfor Requ Requestfor t tfor
for Special Session of Congress CongressBoston CouJrcAHBoston CongressBoston
Boston Feb 1IPmddent If President Roosevelt Rooseveltsreply Roo8enltsreply s sreply
reply to the petition signed by the gov governor aQ aQetnOr governor ¬
ernor and a majority of the members mem 1II of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature for or an extra session of ofCongress ofcagraa ofcongress
Congress for the consideration of the thetariff tbetariff thetariff
tariff was received at the State Hone Housthis HoUlttbIIS Honethis
this morning and made public today todayThe todaynae todayThe
The governor finds some satisfaction in inthe IntJae inline
the fact that the tone t of the President Prt3ldentsJeft s stoper sletter
toper Jeft r is not hostile to the subject of the thepetition thepetition thepetition
petition but he would nave bees better bettersatisfied 1ItttersaU8 battersatinded
satisfied ed had the President responded re poDiIM at atmore atJIIOIe atmore
more length The letter IE > Uer says saysSir 8SSIr saysSfr
Sir I have ve received the petition signed signedby 13edby d dby
by yourself and members of the legislature legisla legislature l gIela gIelatun ¬
ture of Massachusetts referring to the thequestion thequetltlo thequestion
question of tariff tart < legislation by b Congress CongressAny Congrelripetition CongressAny
Any petition such as yours signed st r d by b the thechief theCJ thechief
CJ chief c executive and by member of the thelegislature thelegbaIatllN thelegislature
legislature of a great and powerful State Stateis StateIs
is entitled to and will certainly receive receivemy reteh1ftI receivemy
my serious serio consideration tIon as well I ant amsure antas antsure
sure as that of Congress With assur assurance a assureude > ur urAlICe ¬
AlICe to my regard for you personally t rsonaliy and andfor andfor andfor
for you 011 in your official capacity as the thegovernor thecoemor thegovernor
governor of the Ancient Commonwealth of ofMassachusetts ofMMuchaeetta ofMassachusettss
Massachusetts I am sincerely i 1y yours yoursTliBODORB younuTIlBQDORB yoursTH5ODORE
Trio Passes Lare Inr e Number unlhcr of Bogus BosunChecks BogusCheeks OUIII OUIIIChcckK
Checks Before D fore living lIn Arrested ArrestedSpec ArresteiJS
Spec S 1 ta The Washington W HtnM HtnMDenver JlfIaldenyer HealdDenver
Denver enyer Colo Feb b IS = Loral United UdtedStates UnitedStales UaltedStatn
Stales Secret Service officers have nave re returned r rtUBed rteturned ¬
turned from lro Arisona where here they nave navebeen have havebeen ave avebeea
been for ten days attending att Rdln8 the trial of offorgers offOlJrerB offorgers
forgers of government Ye1IUItfItt pay chock The Theevidence ThEntd Theevidence
evidence ntd nee produced by the ofltcers was wassulHcient wassutticlent as assu1tclent
sulHcient to send the criminals to the thepenitentiary thepenitentiAry thepenitentiary
penitentiary and the three sulky tit ones onesare o apesare es esare
are now doing dola tune tlm in Arisona The Theprisoners Theprtsonena Theprisoners
prisoners are 15 E Phil Raper and James JamesLemon JamesLemon JamesLemon
Lemon and wife wifeRaper wifeRaper wifeRaper
Raper the chief criminal stole stol five fivegovernment ftvtoYernmeftt fivegovernment
government oYernmeftt reclamationservice reelamatIn lce check checkbooks checkbooks beck beckbooks
books from the mails took the woman womanthen womanthen womanthen
then unmarried and made a tour of the thePacific thePuUIe thePaetfic
Pacific Coast stopping every 1 1W miles milesand milesand milesand
and sowing Mwin checks He gambled en enroute enroute enroute
route also passing nl checks on gamblers gamblersThe gamblersThe blertl blertlThe
The woman left him himarried married and the thethree thethree thethree
three traveled together scattering scatteringchecks scatteringchecks scatteringchecks
checks broadcast until arrested arrestedOFFERS arreatedOFFERS arrestedOFFERS
air Mrs Lottie Wallau Said to Have JIade JIadeStatement lllndeStatement MadeStatement
Statement About bout 3 Mothers otherrs Death DeathNew DenthNew DeathNew
New York Feb It ItA A statement pur purporting purporUng purporting ¬
porting to be from Mrs Lottie Wallau Waflauwho Wallauwho Wallauwho
who Is in the Tombs accused of murder murdering munkrInb murdering ¬
ing her mother Mrs M Ida Binge was wasgiven wusstv wasgiven
given stv R out today by David Rangier her hercounsel herCOUIlft1 herounseL
counsel counselIt COUIlft1It
It is hard for me to believe b that my mymother 10 10Jnotller mymother
mother took t her own life lifeHowever Hfe HfeHowever UfeHowever
However if her death was as iiiiaalunl iiiiaalunlI
I surrender to the cause of o justice just her herentire berentin herattire
entire fortune of which I have had con control l sontrolfor > n ntrol ¬
trol trolfor for years I nave have so expressed my mywishes m mwishes mywishes
wishes to the members of my family familyEdward fftmiyEdward familyBdward
Edward Lauterbacii declared declar today todaythat toda todathat todaythat
that Mrs Binges death thwas was natur natunl natunluThe naturtlThe 1 1The
uThe The death certificate erdc tlJkte ate shows that h hsaid bsaid he hesaid
said If It turns out that poison was wasadministered wasadministered wasadministered
administered to Airs Binge BI Mrs Wallau Wallauwill WaJlauwfU Waliauwill
will order a thorough investigation investigationThe InveatJ investigationThe tlon tlonThe
The inquest begins M tomorrow tomorrow3Irs tomorrowJlrs tomorrowMrs
Mrs Susan P Jones Dead DeadWinchester DendFJnehmer DeadWinchester
Winchester Va Feb 19Mrs Susan Su n P PJones PJones PJones
Jones member of an old and distinguished distinguishedVirginia dlstfnbuiabedVlrStftta distinguishedVlj1nIa
Virginia family died last evening at atthe atthehome the thehome thbomo
home of her daughter c1auht r Mrs Josephine Jo M MBarton MBarton
Barton at Kernstown J ernstw this county count at the theage tbe8oe theage
age of seventyeight after an illness led b1cident leddent
dent to advanced AclYa age Mrs Irs Jones is sur survived sur16d stirvived ¬
vived by three daughters du ten Mrs C Orattan GrattanCrawford OrattanCrawford GrdttanCrawford
Crawford Miss Cary R R Jones and MrsBarton Mrs MrsBarton Irs IrsBarton
Barton all of tiiis tili county and one son sonRandolph SODRandolph sonRandolph
Randolph Jones of Norfolk V

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