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NO 148 WASHINGTON W4 WSRINGT IlliG ONJ ON D DO 0 14o JrAY MARCH BiCK 4 r907 ONE O E I CENT CENPI
SP STOER ONER RESIGNS RESIGNSI RESIGNSSEATIN RESIU RESIUSEAT I
SEATIN SEAT I SENATE SENATEA11li SEIATEMiiIuiiccs
A11li MiiIuiiccs mftmces U11Ces Retirement Retixel1H nt in inleta inLenterto iiiLeiier
leta Lenterto to GOT Davidson DavidsonWILL DavidsonVILL flavidsoiiWUL
WILL RESUME ItE8TTh PMCTICE PMCTICEDiias PRAC PIWYIICEDiies ICE ICEDenies
Denies Emphatically That He HeJWill He1Vj liewqu
< 1Vj JWill 1 Go On Supreme Benolf Benolffqixvji Benulfl Beiie1fQonie
l fqixvji Comes ns n Complete Surprise SurpriseNumerous Surprlcc1UerouISOnj SurprINcumerou4
Numerous umerou4 1UerouISOnj Candidate dhlnte for Vacancy VacancyReHlginatlon Yucnne YucnneR VztunncyRedgnntjon
ReHlginatlon R i ntlon Clears Wisconsin ViMeon < ln Situ Situation SItuationLa Situat1onLu ¬
ationLa at1onLu ation Lu Follette SurprlMod Is IsXouupmnilttal 1
1 1 Xouupmnilttal onQQmntlttnlThe The President Pays PaysTribute In11lrl Ia IaFrlbue
Tribute lrl ufc to Retiring Senator SenatorSenator SenntortartMMl SenatorSooaer
Senator Spooner startled start some ome of his hiscolleagues hlc himoleaguem
colleagues c about aboutnoon bout noon yesterday by quiet quietly quietly ¬
ly informing them that he had tendered tenderedto
to Gov J O Davidson D YMao4t of Wisconsin Wlscon ln his hisresignation hlaresignation hisresignation
resignation a aa a Senator from fro that State Stateeffective Stateetlccthe Statesetectjve
effective May ay 1 1 UK Later hi Ida letter to tothe totlae tothe
the governor was given to the preps and andthe Adthe andthe
the news became at once the principal principaltopic prteeetpatopic priscipsitopic
topic of conversation at the Capitol Capitolwhere CapltotWhere CIttMWjiere
where both Houses were in aeaton seon and andin aacIlit andIts
in official circles c1r lea generally generallySen generallynttor generallySenttor
Sen Senttor nttor t tor Spooner on 1fiIrta retiring from pub pubIk pu puJk pubk
Ik k life will 111 devote himself to the practice practiceof praeti praetiof
of his profession Jrof Shortfe Shortly after an the thekuncernent an announcement aaJlounlement ¬
nouncement of his resignation a story BtOryeume be became b5e1mc
came current that he bad taken the step stepwith tepwith stepWith
with a view iew to later accepting a place on onthe ontbl onthe
the bench of the Supreme e Court of tile thoDotted tileUed tbsUed
Ued States but he characterised the thereport therttlMMt theport
report port as baseless and absurd absurdexplaining b aheurdexplaining unl unl111I
111I explaining expla Inlne his surprising action to toMs toJIll tod
Ms d friends Mr Spooner said that reasons reasonsof reaaoDSof reasonsof
of a private and business character had hadramie hadmlaIktable hadmade
ramie mlaIktable advisable his resignation from the theSttmtta thes theSq
Sttmtta Sq and the resumption of the practice practiceof
of Me profession It is understood that thathe thatbe thathe
he has had under consideration considera oa for many manymonth man manm manyinonthi
month m several exceedingly exceedI flattering latterta of offers oCfen offers ¬
fers to t practice tice law His rank as a alawyer aJaW7er alawyer
lawyer bag been beyond all 11 question for foryears fOly foryonra
years y and he has been continually In de d dJ doiiad 1 1maud
maud to take charge of important litiga litigathm UUptloll ftU ftUties
ties m in which wille if Ii he had bs4 chosen to totbe under undertake nader1ke
take it It his preemlneat talents weald wouMhave wouldhave
have 1 won for him the Jt highest rewards to tobe tobt tobe
be had at the American bar barMr bar barXl barMr
Mr Spooner ossser has tau however abstained abstainedfrom aMtaiDedflWlll abstainedfm
from fm entering on active practice of f the thelaw theaw thelaw
law aw whfle wb be has been in the Senate SeaateIII and andonir andoni
onir oni hi a few instance has be accepted acceptedretainers acceptedretaIMrL aueptndrsta
retainers retainersThe retaIMrLThe rsta
The Wormal Announcement AnnouncementSenator AllnOUnCeJJlentSpooQer AnnounceI2iefltSenatits
Senator Spoolers letter tendering tU1j teadst1n his hisresignation hIayt1lvt hisiesIntIoa
yt1lvt resignation la as fellows fellowsWashington fellowWulalD5tOA reflowWashIntos
Washington D C March 2 2 H7 H7The 1111The 1Wj
j The Hon Hea James Jsm O Davidson Da Governor GovernorMadison OoveraorM GovernorMadison
Madison M Win Wteair WIs11I WinSir
air I I hereby resign rest the ace of Sena SenaUnited Sentur Senatur
tur C tile United Stales from the State Stateeffect Stateo
01 o W WIsc sistn this r reslnatIO tloate to take takee takeeect
effect on the first rst day cia of May OR ORBoth JIflBoth 1WBoth
Both by law and custom CUStO the foregoing foregoingformula foregoingformula
formula 1 suffices auce but I cannot hri bda my myself 11I7Itdf myself ¬
self to surrender the trust t with wltltwl which whichWisconsin c chaa whichW1aconn
Wisconsin has so tons and so WffMy hon honored MIl MIlur hentr ¬
ored tr a d me by a cart sentence which in inch Iaof Indzo ¬
ch notwovd jitter of sacnlasjatlan p pQA 4 4c or orofgatKvjie
ofgatKvjie ofgatKvjieOn dzo
On c th4rV die 4t ° day of f March Instant I Ishall Is1 Isl1l
shall have served in all sixteen years rs rsS as asa asa
a Senator S This TkI is i a long time for one oneneither one oneneither w wusitherL
neither wining nor financially able per permanently perJINtfteIIdy per3Isa000dy ¬
manently to abandon it It to take from his hisprofession blaprofm hispcotesoion
profession It has been taken from mine minefor minefor
for I have not thought tbo t It compatible e with withthe withthe withthe
the taR and uninterrupted 1 discharge e of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public duty to tp pursue it and I havetherefore have ban1Jterelore havetherefore
therefore during my service with two or ortipee oree oriinee
tipee ee trifling exceptions purely local local ab abseJuteb abUteIF absutely
seJuteb UteIF abstained therefrom therefromMove therefromIoc therefromUove
Move Ioc Long In Mind MindItor JUnelYor l1IiiIor
Itor or yean private prtv te duty baa plainly de demanded deof deinsadeg ¬
manded of me an early return to the thepractice thepnactioe thepractice
practice of my prof profession and I have havenever havemeyer
never since I mat took the oath of office officewavered ollcewavered oIcewavered
wavered m lit the determination dete to retire retirefrom retkeflOlll retire1mm
from public life on the expiration tion of my mypresent myprae myprneent
present term March I Mis 1 I might well wellcontent wellS
S content myself with a public declaration declarationof
of my 1ft purpose rpoae se to retire It it were not notfor nottor notfor
for a like declaration made on a former formerand formerand formerand
and similar occasion oceuIon and what followed followedit
it In the year 7 I9N 1 I announced through throughthe tIarouchthe throughthe
the press over my signature to the Re Republicans Re Republtcu Repubikane ¬
publicans of ofWlaoonsln Wisconsin that I had unal unalterably UDaIterbly unalterably ¬
terably determined deten taed to retire from public publiclife pabUe1It publiclife
life 1It at the expiration of the term termendue tenaeDdlag tensending
endue March 3 J 1908 1I unless I Ishould Isboa1d Ishould
should deem it my duty to resign resignat rugnat resignat
at an earner earlier date I justified the an announcement anJl88111I01 announcement ¬
nouncement so long in advance upon the theground theRCI theground
ground RCI that the people and those e who whomight whonInht ho
might 1 aspire to the omce were entitled entitledseasonably entitledseII80IUIbIY entitled50s5012ah17
seasonably to know from me that I would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not accept a reelection Despite that thatdeclaration thatdeclaration thatdeclaration
declaration circumstances ctreumeuLnces with which whichthe whichthe bleb blebthe
the peopi of the State Stat are familiar and andwhich aaWhich andwhich
which therefore need not be here re recounted recotIRted yecounted ¬
counted seemed to make it my duty to toaccept toaccept toaceept
accept a reelection proffered a it was wasin wuIn wasIn
in a manner which rendered it at once a acommand aCOImIMUtd acemffisid
command and a ftner honor than any anywhich u uilleh anywhich
which illeh I had ever dreamed would come cometo cometo unnet
to t me JMQIIe one indeed which ought to satisfy satisfythe stiafythe Uafy Uafythe
the pride and ambition of any man A Asimitar Asimilar A51m1152
similar declaration by me at this th time timehowever tbnebover timehowever
however strongly phrased and it could couldnot eouIdDOt couldnot
not be more strongly stro y phrased phra ed would I Iant Iam II
I am persuaded prove unavailing unavalJln to with withdraw withdraw withdzw ¬
draw my name from consideration during duringthe durlnctile duringthe
the next two years as a did that which I Ise ISG Ime
se publicly and unreservedly made In 19M 19MAs 1JaAs 1 1A
As A my purpose e to retire from public life lifeis Ufek lI lIIs
is and has been irrevocable I am unwill unwilling un unwillIflg wlll wlllllig ¬
ing to be further considered con idered In connection connectionivlOt conneeUOftwltJa connectionwith
with an office which I could Iot not In the thecirettmetanees theclIMIIIIi theclrmsuistancsi
cirettmetanees clIMIIIIi Uuteu accept acceptI acceptb acceptTa
I b Beyond D o11Cl Recall RecallA
A Senator will be chosen for the term termbeginning termbeglnntn termbeginning
beginning < on the 4th of March IMS and andthara andthare andthere
there will be and should be during the thenext thenext thenext
next two years ears grave and wide considera consideration con consideraties ldera lderatl4m ¬
ties among g the people as to the person personupon penonupon personupon
upon whom the honor shalt be bestowed bestowedAfter bestowedAt bestowedAfter
After At r much thought t I deem It to be ray rayduty myduty niydefy
duty all 11 things considered to the people peopleof peopleor peopleof
of the State and to the party to whose whosepartiality Wh08ep whosepnrtlnlky
partiality p rtJaJtrY 1 am indebted for the highest highesthonors htbestbonors highesthonors
honors within its gift to take myself now nowbeyond ROWbeyond nowbeyond
beyond recall from the field of possible OMIblechoice possiblecholc possiblechoice
choice I am m therefore impelled not notonly notonly
only fw the reasons suggested sugges but also alsothat alsothat o otJiat
that I may be bt lfree free to devote to the dim discharge dleeIttlrge dimcigergo ¬
charge of private M1vite duty dut too tong neglected neglectedthe netJl ctec1the neglectedthe
the remainder of my term to resign the theofttee theoftIee theallies
allies at this th1 time while the legislature Is Isin bt IsIn
in t session to choose a Senator for the theuaexplred theunexpired
uaexplred portion pOr thereof thereofI
I avail avaJtJftseJt myself of this opportunity to tosay toT tomy
say T albeit lt I am sure it is not needful needfulRepublican nedfeltbnt
that I i Il8CpnllllJlbI gratefuL tetul to the theR1tpuhllcalll theRpuhllci
Republican at Wisconsin for the gener generous generous gonersos ¬
ous and abiding abItJI confidence eonftc1e ce which has baSthem led ledthem ledthem
them three d times he to elect me to the thehlrh thehlrhofflce high highoffice highOtike
office of Senator of the United States StatesI Stat StatI
I have the honor to be beYours be beYours beYours
Yours respectfully respectfullyJOHN respectfullyJOH respectfullyOffN
JOHN JOH OffN C SPOOXBlt SPOOXBltDenies SPOONBltDenIes 8POONlLDenies
Denies Supreme Court Story StoryWhen StoryWhen StoryWhen
When asked ask about the report that ha habad hQbad hehad
bad resigned to aocapt aec an appointment to toCOXTINBBD toCOTINUBD toCOTIflISD
COXTINBBD OX 0 SBCQKD D PAOB PAOBJ PG1IJ
J H Smnll it Sons Son Florists FloristsWashington FloristsVaahlngton Iorl t tWashington
Washington and New York
PRESIDENT P SIDET ROOSEVELTS ROOSEVELTSTRIBUTE ROOSEVELTSTRIBUTE ROOSEVELTSS
S TRIBUTE TO SPOONER SPOONERI SP00NERt t
I r cannot sufficiently express my re regret regret re regret ¬
gret at Senator Spooners rcsiguationiie resignation resignationWe
We iie 1 e lose ose one of the ablest most efficientIIIOSt efficientmost efficient efficientmost
most farless fearless and most upri upright t public publicservants pubHcmervauts publicservants
servants that the nation hasFour hasFour has hasFour
Four vests ago go I knew the extremereluctarne extremereluctnnee extreme extremereluctance
reluctance with which hidl Senator Spoonerfinally Spoonerfinally Spooner Spoonerfinally
finally consented oonKnt to serve serve in the Sen Senate Sonate Senate ¬
ate and year by yeftrs year since ncc r havcftared havefeared have havefeared
feared that be would auld resign as hefinally hefinally he hefinally
finally has resigned resi for I ba have known knownthat 4cnownthat knownthat
that every year of his sta slay iil m paWiclife publiclife public fwWiclife
life has been tolIim to him a direct financial fiMncialloss Ilasecitiloss financialloss
loss which he could but ill afford affordI
I understand fully uU the Senators reclinl feeling feel feeling ¬
ing that he cannot longer stay in tlt tltpublic thepublic the theptsbHe
public service at such cost cost not only tobimRif tohiznf to tohimself
himself but to 1 his s f family ll1 1y and muckthough muchthough much muchthough
though I regret his resignation I amJoost mmmost am ammost
most sincerely grat grateful ful that he hasbeen hasbeen has hasbeen
been willing to serve as longHe longHe long longHe
He has been in his life asol a gaHant g1IHlnttiOkiier gaHantsoldier
sol soldier ier a trained public p W servant of the ttehi thehiglst thehighest
highest hi standard of bility and faith faitJIfumess fititlifuhiess faithfulness ¬
fulness and at all times an American Americaacitizen Americancitizen Americancitizen
citizen who did his whole dutyARCHIE dutyARCIIIE duty dutyARCHIE
ARCHIE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTILL ROOSEVELTILL ROOSEVELTILL
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ILL OF DIPHTHERIA DIPHTHERIASuffering DIPHTHERIASuffering DIPHTHERIAiifIering
Suffering from fioinlTi1u1e1it Virulent Type Typeof rfypeof Pypeof
of the Disease DiseaseQUAJUNTINE DiseaseQUARANfINE DiseaseQUARANTINE
QUARANTINE SICK JIOOM JIOOMInvalid too JWOIIIVaJil r rInYi
Invalid InYi i l Is Isolated in the South Southeast Southeast Southeast ¬
east Part of Mansion MansionM
M No o > Anxiety Felt for the th President an anHe nillie aslie
lie Has Not ot Seen Ills Son S n for forSe forSeernl forSeveral Sev Severn ¬
ern ernl Days Duallo flaysBoy Boy Was nH Stricken StrlekcnFrl StrlekcnFrltin Fri Friday Friday ¬
day tin bat Cane Was XVn nll > iot ot DlagrnoMcd DlagrnoMcdUntil DlngnoKedUntil Dlngnosedlhitl
Until I Saturday SnturdnIU Will tot Xot Interfere Interferewith Interferevltll interferewith
with Work ork at ISrecutlve Office OfficeArchie OfficelChte OfficeAichie
Archie Roosevelt the President third t1ttr4II thrdson thirdsun
son to ill with tit diphtheria and nd the White WhiteHottae Whitel4 hlte hlteI
Hottae l4 oue Is in quarantine dDe In an ant anslatemeat ecial ecialstatement
statement t issued from the PreskJents PreskJentsfloss 1ftIIdt 8ff 8ffenIIIJ afnoes
floss yesterday enIIIJ announcing D the taet et It Itwaaaaid Itwaa Itwasmid
waaaaid waaaaidHe waa wasmidHe
waaHe
He now seems to he doing do well He n nJdated te teisolated Ismelated
isolated in the southeast ttaeut room of the theWhite UieW1 theWhite
White House and strict quarantine hi Ieetleerved he hems belug ¬
ms observed observedTbe etleervedfte eheervedThe
The case to of a rather severe and vtru vtrulent vtrulent vtrulent
lent type and Ant made its it appearance appearanceon a aOD
on Friday but Jut w when Archie took tookbed te tobed < his hisbed
bed and a physician was caned Diphtheria Diphtheriawas Dl ttthe a kIJISrIswas awas
was suspected from the that but the tJ ewas ease easewas onsewas
was not ot t diagnosed dta for a certainty until untilSaturday 1IIIutTIle untiltnrdsy
Saturday tnrdsy The matter JMfter wwki WM waskiit t quiet quietuntM quietuatl1 quietuntil
until yesterday when th the official 1 1was Mfttetta huIIednwas Mfttettawas
was IIi from fra Secretor Lo LoWs V ofiice ofiicewith Ieewitla oce ocewith
with witla t addi ndnlttsjinr l Jonswtlon modon that the thefcateajM t1Ie4J e e1Nc
1Nc fcateajM 4J fit f osmiagtoas iHscaiu esssip ip a amote rs rsmote O Omote
mote comer corner of the WMte HOHSB ou ounot wouht wdII wdIDOt wouhtnot
I
not Interfere with the tnuisactio trassnedonbusiness of ofbusiness 8Cb1IIIIneu
business hi the PrasMenfs oinces oincesThe omcThe oIhceUThe
The quarters quar used by the President and andthe aacttbe andthe
the clerical force connected c with the theWhite theWbtte theWhite
White House are in a small bandtns bandtnslocated INIIIdIncleeated bulidingisosted
located between betv ft the Mansion and the theI theS theSlftte
I S S tte te War and Navy Building and con connected conJtecte consorted ¬
sorted with the former by a long lqn terrace terracein terraeeJR terracein
in which the laundry Is situated situatedOnly slluatedOn situatedOnl
Only On Onl I One Room Quarantined Quarantinedi
i It was announced that only the single sutgieroom 8IasIeroom singleTeen
room occupied oecuplecl1fy by the young patient would wouldbe woaldbe wouldbe
be quarantined quara Uned no further precaoUoA precaoUoAagainst JIeCaIIdoaI precaiz4magainst
against t a spread of the Disease cJ1HuecoaJcIencI Ieae being beingconsidered bewgconsidered
considered necessary neceaa In some cases the thehealth thebealth thehealth
I
health offlcer quarantines a whole house housewhen houeI hounewhen
I when diphtheria c1t ° scarlet fever ° or any anyother an anlother anyother
lother other contagious disease appears but it itwag Itwas ftwas
was explained that thatl1 m hi a a house as asas large largeas largeas
as the White House e it te 1 unnecessary to toplace toplace toplace
place a quarantine 1IIUII t1H over the whole build buMID buildlug building ¬
lug ID
ingNo
No anxiety for the President te ex exPIWHd ox oxpressed s spreiwed
pressed at the White House the belief beliefbetas beliefbeingihat
betas beingihat that he has not had an opportunity opportunityto
its to contract the disease It is not quite quiteclear quiteclear quit quitclesr
clear just t when Ilea Mr Roosevelt last saw sawArchie sawMelds w wAIeIde
Archie but it was said that it was at atleast atJeaat atleast
least three or four ways a since nee they the had hadmet hadmet hadmet
met On the other < hand it appears aUS that thatArchie thatArchie thatArehle
Archie baa been along aI1n for several days clanand daysand daysand
and that all last week he complained complainedof
of not feeling fe llng well It was thought at atftnIt atfirst t tfirst
first that he was 118 suffering from a light lightattack lIgbtattack lightattack
attack of grip gripThe gripThe gripThe
The President at any rat rate is not con concerned MRcemed eoncorned ¬
corned for his own health h altb and he went wentlout wentout wentout
lout out horseback hoI riding us 11 usual yesterday yesterdayafternoon YHt yesterdayafternoon dAy dAyafternoon <
afternoon Other rnemhs JnMnl S of the family familyremained familyremained familyremained
remained within doors doo although servants 8erYaJltswere servantswere
i were coming and going its s usual The Theroom Theroom Theroom
room In which the sick boy te lying lylft te teI IaIn IsIn
I in the extreme southeast 80 soutbeo corner of the theWhite theWhIte theWhite
White House on the second floor where wherethe wheretM wherethe
the apartments are strictly private and andare Andre andare
are re never entered by any an except tbe Inti Intimate Intimate Isitimate ¬
mate friends or acquaintances of the thePresidents thePre8tdents thePresidents
Presidents family familyIn famltyIn familyIn
In the Old War rur Room RoomArchies IJoomArchies RoomArchWs
Archies sick room r m was before the re remodeling re reltnS yemodeling ¬
modeling ltnS of the White House in BQ2 1tO used usedlas u eclas usedas
las as the telegraph office and was famous famousall famousall manojgall
all over the country as a the war room roomduring roomdunnl rootsduring
during the t conflict between the United UnitedStates UnitedStatOrS UnitedStates
States and Spain Nearly N wly all tbe rooms roomsIn roomsIn roomn roomnin
In the White House Hou are separated HPrated from fromeach froaneach from fromeach
each other by b solid brick walls wU and it Is teexpected IseCpected Isexpected
expected that visitors vl8lto will be received receivedon reeeiveion
on the first floor fl r of the mansmn manslOtt as usual usualduring usualduring usualduring
during the present p nt week weekArchie w weekArchie k kArchie
Archie Roosevelt Roo attends tne t1te Friends FriendsSelect FriendsSelect FriendsSelect
Select School in Washington No other othercases othercues othercanes
cases have appeared in the school acboOl as far farlas faras faras
las as can be learned leamtdThe The sick boy te being beingattended DeI DeIatteDded beingattended
attended by Surgeon General Rlxey of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the navy the Presidents P enls physician physicianThe phnThe physicianThe
The White Hou House wag quarantined only onlyonce onlyftCE onlyonce
once before That was In the winter of ofiae93 ofla ofls3
la iae93 when Marthena Marthe Harrison Presi President Prealdent President ¬
dent Harrisons granddaughter was ill illwith IIIVlth IlljIth
with Vlth jIth diphtheria A very strict quaran quarantine quanmtine quarantfne ¬
tine was then maintained At that time timethe timeUle timethe
the Presidents offices were in the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House proper on the sajne floor with withthe withthe withthe
i the bedrooms and as a precautionary precautionarymeasure pr precautionarymeasure utloI1llry utloI1llrymea
measure mea no general callers were received receivedby redotvooby reclvedby
by President Pre Harrison The Christmas Christmasof Chrt tmas tmasof
of 1S2 was 118 a very gloomy occasion in inthe Inthe n nthe
the big manstor manstorMachine manstorJlnehlne mnansiorMaclime
Machine Shop Damaged Dnm getl liy Fire FireCumberland FIreCUmberland FireCumberlaud
Cumberland Md March 3 2The The machine machineshop machineshop machineshop
shop of the Dry Dr Pork Railway was burned burnedhist burnedlast burnedlast
last night nl ht the cause of f the fire being at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present unknown The building was dam damaged ¬
aged id to the extent of about ueooo SBOQQ OOO 8 part partof partot partot
ot which is covered cover by Insurance InsuranceVESTIBUM2 InsuranceYESTIBUIE InsuranceVJSTIBUlE
VESTIBUM2 TRAINS FOR FORTIIE THE WEST WESTvia WESTvia EST ESTIn
via In Chesapeake and Ohio Ry RyC n nc flyC
C c Q Limited 43 430 p m and F F V VLimited VLimited VLimited
Limited 11M 111 p p m for Cincinnati Indian Indianapolis hMllanapoUs Indianapolls ¬
apolis St Louis Chicago Louisville and andpoints andInts andprints
points Ints West and Southwest Pullman Pullmansleeoers Pullmansleeocrs Pullmansleeners
sleeoers and a la carte dinins dinln cars
BESIEGE VAN YA DOZER DOZERCreditors DUZERCreditors DIIZERCreditors
Creditors Harass Congress Congressman CongresSman Congressman
man at the Capitol CapitolA
I
A SETTLEMENT IS EFFECTED EFFECTEDDetectives EFFECTEDDetecthcs EPPECTEDDetcctlcs
Detectives Press Claims Afnintt AfninttRepresentative AJnJnItUepre tKn1nntltepresentatlve
Representative Uepre entatlve When hen He Appears Appearsto
to Draw HIM a 3I1lcnJt MileageUnfortunate MileageUnfortunateMining e Unfortunate Unfortunatenilniner UnfortunllteJUnlng
Mining Dealw Ascrilied ax Cause Causefor Onuletor Causefor
for HIM ii Is Financial BmliarrasMmenf BmliarrasMmenfRepresentative HJnlJnrrn ThinlnrrnsxiuentRepresentative xUl n nR
Representative R Chuenee Clare D Van V Daser DaIrDC tinnerof Daserof
of Nevada the lone Democrat doetod doetodto eI eIto aloesdto
to the Fiftymwth PtCb bltla Consrss c west of ofthe ortIN ofthe
the Mtasoorl 1 River RIverex had a unhappy unhappyexperience unhappyexprIenee
experience ex rlftee when he reached Washington Washingtonyesterday Wtayeat Wsuimlnqtonyesterday
yesterday yeat y after an absence of f more than thana
a yefcr yefcrPersistent yerPteat yekrPErsistent
Persistent rumors were afloat icat about t the theCapitol thepttol thecapitol
Capitol pttol that Mr Van Duzer D had linen ar arrested arN8ted arranted ¬
rested bore l re for an alleged neqe4 fra t ttrlUMraCt1oft trgeduleot trgeduleottrsnaactloa d hmt hmttransaction
transaction in coanecUott tIo TwiOi Ms wOe 1IIUeaPo pillsago wOeag
ag ago These rumors however r rtV S pt tve to tounfounded tohe
he unfounded J 11ap4rn I Iltay
ltay tV 1ap4rn ti CT tlal Mr r Van a P pa er whs whsha w wat
ha not Mto atltiiskd ded a jsssfon It of the Uteaeat thesince Jitnae Jitnaesfatoe
since a aeat year aat ago > last December tllmer a ub his bJsarrival Iultra hisarthal
arrival ht Washtncisn aItM went direct be the theCaattol tlMCqltol thecajiltol
Caattol reaching < there as the roll was wasbeing wascalled wasbelig
being called to determine the presence preseaceof presenceof
of a quorum before fote the days business businesswas bwdaMMbe1run businesswas I
was begun begunHe be1runHe begunHe
He answered ered to Ms name and then thenwent UMRwORt thanwant
went downstairs to the ethos of the theclerk dis disbursing di diburuing ¬
bursing clerk where lIere he applied for the thewarrant thewatnUlt thewaflut
warrant for hte mileage which w lela amounts amountsto bmounito nUl nUlto
to something JIM HW 11 This wan m turned turnedover tvnMdOWl turnedover
over to him hbh 11 and iid aecor according tS to the state statement tateDleftt statemost ¬
most uuidc by various employee emplo ef the theHoar UteI thelTome
Hoar I trlft he was w immediately approached approachedby
by three men men who claimed to be Pinker Pinkerton Pinkerton Pinkerton
ton detectives detectivesFiend tktecttvesPlend detectivesFlenl
Fiend His Immunity ImmunityIt Inuuunlt InuuunltIt
It te said that they sought to intimidate InUteblm intimidatehim intimidatehim
him because of certain claims against againsthim a agahmthim A8tI
I him In New York and Pittsburg PlUsbu but they theywere theywere theywere
were without warrant or authority to toapprehend toappreMotl toapphond
apprehend Mm hi It Is said ld that Mr MrDUller Van VanDuaer Vantinner
DUller pleaded his constitutional co t tutlon Immu Immunity Imlftunily Inisnuulty ¬
nity as a Representative In Congress Congresswhile ConblWlCwhUe CongressWiLlie
while going and coming from the Capitol CapitolWhat CapitolWbat capitolWhat
What the result of the conference of ofth oCthe ofthe
th the detectives with Mr Van Duzer was wa waIt wasit i iit
it has riot been possible po to learn It has hasbeen hubeen ha habeen
been repeatedly rumored that Mr Van VanDvser YanDwHr VnDaar
Dvser who some time ago sold out his hissalary ItlsaJar liiisalary
salary aJar had given an order for his hIan mileage mileageto
to one of his Ia creditors ere but this th could not notbe notbe notbe
be continued and Cot Cannon the Ser Sergeantalarms S8rea SergeoiIttsrm
rea geantalarms tluma said that no VIne one except exceptMr exceptMr exceptMr
Mr Vfin V Ptraer user bad put in a claim for his hismileage hiemileage hi himileage
mileage mileageAfter mileageAlfer mileageAfter
After leaving IVtft the Capitol Mr Van VanDiner VanDUIIt VanDmier
Diner went to the office of c of George Jesse J Jan Jasonan j jan
an attorney where here he was trailed by a arepresentative dre arepresentative
representative re RtattyeoC of one of Ids creditors creditorsVan creditorsVan
Van 11 Duzer acknowledged the debt debt and anddeclared anddtClared anddeclared
declared that he had no Intention of die diefrsHHNng tlfnwfg do dofraudlisg
frsHHNng the party but that he had been beenin beehIn beessin
in financial distress and unable to meet meetthe meetthe insetthe
the ottigatfoa A settlement was 5 arranged arrangedwhereby arranedwhfreby arrangedwhreby
whereby the claim was to be liquidated UCJt1ldatedoot UCJt1ldatedootof out outof
of the tIi mileage warrant when it Is paid paidUnfortunate paiduntottunate paidUnfstunate
Unfortunate mining speculations are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said to have rained a career for Van VanDtraer VanDtne1 Van1uner
Dtraer which gave much promise of suc success success sueceas ¬
cess He Hrst came to Washington about abouttwelve abouttwelve abouttwelve
twelve years ago as secretary to Gen GenNewlands GODNewlanda GonNewlands
Newlands then Representative from roln NB NBvada N Nvada Nuvada
vada He studied law graduating at atGeorgetown t the UieGeorgetown theGeorgetcrnn
Georgetown Law School and when Mr MrKewlands lUre Mrlewland
Kewlands e 1aad was a elected to the Senate S nate Van VanDuaw1 VnnDuwt VanDunei
Duaw1 succeeded him in the House lie liewa Hew liewas
wa was s Ute ilrat native of Nevada which the theState lheSt8tft theStatQ
State St8tft had ever sent nt to Congress > and the theiBine theIne theminohs
iBine minohs Ine > with whom he was very ve popular populRrwere populrwere popularwere
were proud of him himDladc himJInele himMusic
Music Good Record RecordPreilously R RecordPreviously eorcl eorclPreloull1
Previously Preloull1 he had been elected to the theState UeState UseState
State legislature and was speaker of the thelower theewer thelewer
lower house During his first term in the theHouse theHoUle theRouse
House he made a good record and andachieved anda andachieved
achieved a hlY1N much success So strong was washis Willhts wanhis
his hold upon the miners of the Sage Sagebrush SAgebrusk Sagelalish ¬
brush State for fie had worked wQrJ ed in the themines therrtlnrs themines
mines himself that two years ago de despite de despite dospite ¬
spite tHe fact that Roosevelt carried carriedNevada carriedNeY1td cnrredNevada
Nevada by a larger majority proportion proporUqntel proportI4nstely i iately
ately tel than any nn other State in the Union UnionVan UntOi1Van Union1 Union1Van
Van Duzer defeated his Republican op opponent opbRent opponent ¬
ponent being the only Democrat elected electedfrom electedfrom electedfrom
from west of the Missouri River RiverHte RiverHill RiverHis
Hill reputation repu lUon in Congress enabled him himte himto himto
to dispose of much mining stock in com companies comp cornpnnles ¬
panies p In which he was interested but butthese butthese buttheme
these transactions resulted disastrously disastrouslyWashington dls dlsastrou5lyWnshingtouArt strously strouslyVn
Washington WnshingtouArt Vn < hlngtollArt Art Galleries Closing Ont
Sale to settle the partnership continues
today at 11 a a m and 3 p m when somo somoof som9of sonuof
of the most valuable pieces will be sold
Brown Tolson TolsonLAuctIoneers TolsonLAuctIoneersThrough Auctioneers AuctioneersTlironRh AuctioneersThrongl
Through Sleeping Car to Cleveland ClevelandOn CleeJnndOn ClevelandOn
On the Chicago Limited via Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Railroad RItUr d leaving Washington at atp 345 345p 15 15p
p m No extra fare t rr = Other good trains trainsto
to Cleveland Ch cland Toledo and Detroit DetroitI DetroitI
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For the District of CoJumMaMaryland CoJumMa CoIumbiaJltlaryland CohrnbiMaryland
Maryland and Virginia Virginia1f Virgiuiaifrtddy ir irt r rto
to t tddy day and tomorrow slightly slightlywarmer slightl7warmer s1igh1ywarmer
warmer tomorrow light to f fresh freshnorthwest freshnorthwest resh reshnorthwest
northwest to north winds windsHERALD windHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMAR SUMMARPages SUMMARpqea SUMMARPages
Pages TIBLKGIIATHIC TULBGltU TIUIiGRAIIIIC1American JIIC JIIClAneaa
1 lAneaa American flag Pulled Down DewalDn Dews1Dtveiopinesta
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JMore Alienists Au to Testify ior atCONGIlIlSS 1OiCOcClulss TUt
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4Three 4 4Thr CahteH Chants tMhpf tMhpfueoctatem TotItD6 TOilp 4
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sjsjd ho hsrtty afterwapA afterowUIIdaI soitered fta ftacssl Ones OnesI
cssl I reverses which Ms friends declare declareare danlarare
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are the cause eaof causso of his present t predicament predicamentAttorney predteaanentAttorneT pradiementAttorney
Attorney In Satlxtled SatlxtledS Sntht etl etls
S s J 3 Block BIodr a real estate broker and andnotary aDdnotary andnotary
notary public with offices at t Mi S F street streetnorthwest 8tIeetaorth streetnorthwest
northwest aorth when seen ut In reference to his hisinterest hisIntereat hisinterest
interest In the matter of claims against againstRepresentative againstRepresentative plNtRepreentatlve
Representative Van Duaer said Id last night nightthat nighttbat nightthat
that he represented certain parties who whohad whohad
had requested him to make collection of ofa ofa
a certain note which Mr Van Duxer bad hadIndorsed badbidorsed I
Indorsed Mr Block further stated that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the transaction was a usual commercial CO IUINrCIaItranucUon cosamorcialtransaction commercialtransaction
transaction that there was nothing JtO about aboutIt
It to sugxejt a its t anything < that was wu not notproper notproper
proper and nd that arrangements arranat ta had been beenmade beenmade basismade
made with Mr r Van Diner for a settle swttlemenc settlemoot
moot mencMr MDtMr mootMr
Mr Block Insisted that so far as he hewas Iteaed hewas
was concerned aed be entertained absolutely absolutelyno i
no misgivings milr l qw about Mr Van Dozers Dozersactions Dozersactions i icHou
actions or intentions in the matter that thatMI thatbin i ii
MI i clients Interests IntHfs had been taken care careOf careof i iof
Of to his entire satisfaction satisfactionGIA3TT satlefactlonGIANT satIsfactionGIANT
GIANT LINEE DAKOTA ASHORE ASEOHEPnHHenEors ASHOREJ ASHOREJainsengorn
PnHHenEors J nfillenJ rs and Crew Landed When WhenVuNscl WhenVcsl VllenVCHscl
VuNscl Strikes in Tokyo ToJ o Bay BayTokyo TinyTokyo n nTokyo
Tokyo March 1 3The The Dakota the great greatNorthern greatNorthern groatorthera
Northern orthera Steamship D b Companys C MYJI plant plantliner plutUner plantliner
liner ta ashore in Tokyo Bay All on onboard OIlHard onboard
board are reported safe and act It is be believed be betleved bebeved ¬
lieved that crew and passengers p llMl1 ra will ill be begotten betotlfD begottn
gotten off ofrwlthout Of without dimculty dimcultyThe dllDcuUyTile dlmcuitythe
The Dakota the biggest cargocarrier cargocarrierand cargocarrierand carrler carrlerUte
and the second largest lar steamship in the theworld theilr theioiid
world ilr rW at the time of her launching in inIMS Inw
IMS YOU w 515 built at the Eastern Shipbuilding ShipbtrildlngCompanys ShlpbMlldt ShipbuildingCompanys
CompIUI Companys yards at New London She Shewas Shewa Shewas
was wa built for the Hill line and proceeded proceededta
ta t the Pacific soon n after her launching launchingShe IaunchlngI
She Sb and her sister Ater ship the Minnesota Minnesotabuilt Mlnne Minnesotabuilt ota
built at the same yards the same year yearare yearare
are said to be tbe strongest 8tron est liners in the theworld theworld
world The Dakota has cargo capacity capacityfor elMcltyfor capacityfor
for tt IUO O tons dead weight She has ac accomnKxiations secommocations c
comnKxiations COmmo < 4tions for 2700 passengers p en r Her Herdimensions H Herdimensions
dimensions are Length OO feet breadth breadthfeet
7PJ6 34 feet molded depth SB feet She is a aHknot aTiknot
Hknot boat in good ood weather weatherGIVES weatherGIVES weatherGIVES
GIVES MILLIONS TO ART ARTMrn ARTJIr8 ARTMrs
Mrs Hannah A Currier trill UI Leave LeaveHer LeneHer LeaveTier
Her Fortune to City CityManchester CitTMaachester CityMnchester
Manchester N H March MardllMrs S LMrs Mrs Han Hannah H Hnah Hanash ¬
nah A Currier Cun1 < is to give ve her entire for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune of 1 1009009 l for the establishment of efa ofsaJWl7 ofa
a gallery of art in this city at her herdeeth herdeethhe death deathThe deathilie
The he estate will 11I be left with trustees she sheha shehas shehat
has ha already appointed With this large largesum lArgeaum largesum
sum or money to be expended it is ex expected eoxted expeeled ¬
peeled ted that the gallery will be the flrst flrsthi ftrstIn liretin
In New England and will compare comp re favor favorably favorably favorably ¬
ably with tile most extensive and elab elaborate elaborte elaborate ¬
orate hi the United States StatesMrs StatpsIn StatesMrs
Mrs Currter te now riow nearly eighty years yearsold YeRnold yearsold
old and although a1toou h in apparent health she shehas shehas shehas
has mapped out the plans that she intends intendsshall Intends1ba11 intendsshall
shall be carried carrt out after her donUt donthPOUR donUtF01JR deathPOUR
POUR EXPLOSION VICTIMS DIE DIENot DmXotDeIleetl DIENot
Not XotDeIleetl Believed that Any 11 Remain In Inthe inthe inthe
the Wrecked Mine MineScranton lUl1eScranton MineScranton
Scranton March 3 3Four Four of the men at atthe atthe atthe
the Taylor Hospital Hoapltar who were frightfully frightfullyhurt frightfullyhurt frightfullyhurt
hurt by the gas explosion in the Clark Clarkvein ChrkVflrt ClarkveIC
vein of the Holden Mine yesterday died diedin diedIn diedin
in that institution today They The r were the theaged theaged theaged
aged miner Williams and three of the tbeSlavish theSlavlh theSlavIsh
Slavish workmen workmenDuring workhHRDuring workmenDuring
During all of the night and well into intothe Intothe Intothe
the day a a search ws continued through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the gangway gft faY of the Clark vein for or some someof someot someof
of the men m R who are reported still in the themine themine themine
mine None could be belocaLed located so the mine mineofficiate mineofficIals mineofficials
officIals reported that all of them reached reachedt reachedtheosuriace reachedthe
theosuriace theosuriaceThrou1 the t ha surface surfaceThronjrh surfaceThrough
Through Sleeping Car to St Louis LouisVia LouisYIPQ LouisVia
Via YIPQ Pennsylvania n lvan1o Railroad leaves Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngtnn ¬
ington at 340 40 p m Other desirable d slrable andconvenient and andconvenient nd ndconvenient
convenient trains to St Louis Indiarmpo Indiarmpolls
Its Louisville and Cincinnati Consult ConsultB
B M Newbold New Qld P A S E D 15th and G
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FLAG PULLED DOWN DOWNSinging DOWNSinging DO DOSinging
Singing Society Forced to toLower toLo toLowci
Lower Lo Yer Emblem EmblemHISS Elublemmss EmblemHISS
HISS OLD GLORY IN FRISCO FRISCOIfoiir FRISCOThoullnnd PRISCOFour
Four Thonnnnd Labor Advocated AdvocatedGather Adoct AdvocatesGather lI lIGnther
Gather to Denounce Grcotl of Cnpl Cnpltnlliitlc Cnpltnlllltle Capitahistic
tnlliitlc Claim ClwIIDltter Hitter Attack ttnok Made Madeon JIneleon Madeon
on Idaho Authorities Authorities Owing O lnJ to At Attitude AttItude AtUtutle ¬
titude Taken In the Moycr Cane CaMeSua CaseSan CaneSan
San Frvnefaeo l Frnacbm D March X 2JrwIGr Four thou thousand tboIIIon thoseaad ¬
sand aad union Ion labor men of Sam Francisco Pranetocotoday Pra Pratoday Franciscotoday >
today at a meeting of the Meyer Hay Haywood Haya Haywood
wood and Petttbone P ttiboiie Defense DeI League Leaguehissed rsthe Leaguekissed
hissed the American flag g and even forced forcedthe foreetile forcedth
the th German Socialist Staging Society Societymat SocIet71tMtt SocietyIML
mat bore bar it to haul down the banner for forAnxious forlea4Jera fora
a the Anxious leaders then interfered interferedcMNVtlts IterferedAeg interferedpt
cMNVtlts pt Smg was restored restored4k restoreiL1i
4k 1i B various leaders reatoredllam llam horanjued harangued gaed th thejf tIw tIwDO Usi4
i4 > tbsp ejf made e no attempt Jbo to lsSores Will Willc vwlef
ef Sores Tho TIIellltot Tb gist of what they theyMM tlteytMt thsylIId
lIId MM wJs w that U Jay JaytIIellllt4 c ptl ptlt ta3Sti ta3StiIhonn
Ihonn Ltbs tIIellllt4 tIIellllt4te hedls hedlsto
te t svjHffNNte i the t salon u JaIler Movement Movementand oveMstand 8IMRt 8IMRte
and enslave e the American wvrVmgmta wvrVmgmtathey ieatkIngmas ieatkIngmasthey g1IIAII g1IIAIIther
they would go one bettor < in the matter matterof matterof ter terof
of law lawA breaking breakingA
f fA
A resolution re was w passed by unanimous unanhnonsvote 1IIIJdmousote unanimousvote
vote In which the mine J1 ne owners 01IeIII associa association octatlon omoclation ¬
tion and the capitalistic class in general generalwere Jl8Mralwfft generalwere
were told that 11 If you pack the Jury and andattempt IlDdattel andattempt
attempt lt to judically murder our eurwe brothers brotherswe brotherswe
we will pack p h full of efMRS you youMRS youHRS
MRS CORNELIA BRISGOE DEAD DEADliitit DEADLnftt DEADLust
Lust Survivor of Noted Southern SouthernFamily Soutb SouthernFnmlty rn rnP1nH
Family P1nH Panne I J4KeM Away AYvnjNew AwayNew n nNew
New Orleans 0 March I I Mrs n Cornelia CorneliaHunt CorIIf cornellaHunt a aHunt
Hunt Brfscoe B test survivor of the tbe1D din dintinguishod h htlnguisned >
tlnguisned 1D < Hunt family of Louisiana and aDdSouth andSouth d dSouth
South Carolina CaroUu died here today t tn tadayninetyseven aged agedninetyseven
ninetyseven n at the residence of f ft her hernephew hernephew
nephew t pbew Maj M f J arr4 a member memberof JnetllberoC
of the Panama PaJMa CBmsaisilon The body bodywas bcHIrIIbJpped bodywas
was shipped to Wasfctestoa D I C to be beburied beburte beburied
buried buriedMrs burteMrs buriedMrs
Mrs Briscoe ww the U last survivor of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the eighteen teen children of Thomas Hunt Huntone HUIltone Huntone
one of the mo mottt t distinguished citizen of ofCharleston ofCIuu14tiSt ofCharleston
Charleston CIuu14tiSt S S C a century ago JI JImother no nomother her hermother
mother being Mrs X Oaillard daughter ter of ofJohn otJolm ofJoint
John Galuard for twentyone t ntoM years Sen Senator Senator Seaalec ¬
ator from from South 5 Carolina Carol aW president presidentof
of the United States Stat st Senate SenateAmong SenatAAmo SonataAmong
Among Amo her brothers w weN re WHlUm H HHunt Ii IiHUllt IiHunt
Hunt Secretary of the Navy and Minister Ministerto Min Minto
to Russia Randall Hunt RUIIt Senator from fromLouisiana troaLovlaJana fr frLouisiana
Louisiana and ad tons leader of the Louisi Louisiana Loubtana Loedsiann ¬
ana bar Thebdore Hunt Representative Representativefrom Repre Representativefrom ntlve ntlveom
from om Louisiana and judge of the District DistrictCourt Dlstr1ctCourt DistrictCourt
Court Court Court and Dr Thotnis Thom Hunt president presidentof
of the University of Louisiana and found founder rounder foundor ¬
er of ofthe Jhe tbe Louisiana Lout lana Medical College CollegeBREWEETES CollfpBREWERIES CollegeBREWERIES
BREWERIES IN BIG MERGES MERGESCapacity MERGERCnIJ1cit YLERGERCapacity
Capacity > of New Xc York Concern Will WillBe WillTie 111 111De
Be Million Barrels nrrel n Yenr YearNew YenrNew YenrNew
New York Marsh 1 IA A merger r of six sixNew sixNew sixNew
New York breweries that has hA been at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted several eral times In the past pao year to toto 18to isto
to be put through throu h this month The n new newconcern w wconcern I
concern is to be b called the Central Con Consumers Consumers tonsomers ¬
sumers sumers Brewing Company and the th capi capital capll capital ¬
tal l will be 12ODOepQ leoo Bernard T Kearns Kearnspresident Kearnspr Kearnspresident
president pr sklent of the Central Brewing Bre 1 g Com Company Compan Company ¬
pany pan is likely to be president presidenti pleakleJltThe presidentThe
i The companies i that nave have Joined in the tbemerger themerger themerger
merger are The Bbttng Brewing Com Company CemPliny Cornpany ¬
pany capitalized at t 1219009 OOG the be J and andM andr andM
M r Haften Brewing Company the theslor Bxcel Bxcelsior xeel xeelslor
slor Brewing Company the Central Brew Brrwing BnmIn BrewIng
ing In Company and the Consumers Brew BrewIng BrewJg Brewlag
lag Company Ltd Ltdlhe LtdThe
1 The combine expects to turn out lNMst lNMstbarrels liiSSbarrels
barrels of beer a year yeariFEAR yearPEAR efU i iFEAR
iI I
FEAR STRIKE ON THE PENNSY PENNSYMen PENNSYIen PENNSYMen
Men Ien Expect to Be Ordered Out Even ISvcnif lhcnIt EvenIf
if They The Lose Fight FiprhtPhiladelphia FIJlltPhURdelphla FightPhiladelphia
Philadelphia March 3 3As As the result of ofseveral oC5eela ofseveral
several 5eela meetings haW in this city dt to today today today ¬
day by the grievance eommiVee commi ee of the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Railroad R Jlroad Trainmen the thedanger tiledanger thedanger
danger of a strike among the employes employesof
of the Pennsylvania Pen S301anla Railroad has become becomegreater becomegrMter heroinegreater
greater and it is now feared that tbe tbemen tbemen themen
men may mar be ordered out out even if it is isfelt Isfelt isfelt
felt that they will lose in n a test of ofstrength ofstrogth ofstregtlt
strength with the railroads railroadsThe railroadsThe railroadsThe
The Pennsylvania officiate fe foci < l that they theyhave Uteyhlive theyluive
have already offered enough concessions concessionsto conc elons elonsto
to the men to gain fits corporation eorpon lon the thesupport thesupport th thsupport
support of the public in case of a strike strikeand strIke strIkeand strikeand
and therefore > have determined to topat stand standput sta d dpttL
x xCHICAGO
put
CHICAGO CII CAGOLUIITED CAGOLUIITEDThrom LIMITED LIMITEDThrough LIMITEDThronsrb
Through Throm Sleeping Car CarWashington CnrWnshlngton CarWashington
Washington tt to > Chlcaga CbJ g via Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad IeMsylVanllRailroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad Leaves L nvcs Washington waSitlnGton 545 p m mArrives mnrrN inarrives
Arrives nrrN Chicago 4 p m tn next day No ex extra extrn cxtm ¬
tra tm fare Another through sleeping car at at7tO at7ID atTiO
7tO p to m
GERMANYS GE tMANY s NAVY USELESS USELESSCount USELESSCou USELESSCount
Count Cou Re Reveniloiv enno1V Sny Says Many Inn Battle BattleShlltk BattleShiliss
Shlltk 51111 Are re Floating Coiling CoilingLondon Co CoflinsLeaden Jlnll JlnllL
London March 1 iThe aThe The Berlin corre correspondent corrependent corrosposedemit ¬
pendent of the Express maya that Gerr Gerrmany GerJIIIUU Gormany
many dare not even think of fighting fightingnaval 8 apairs
pairs naval 1 war befbre 1930 ti2O This Th be adds addste adds addsIs addsIs
Is la Ute verdict of the great Gorman naval navalexpert navalexpert val valexpert
expert Count Revontlow on the countrys countrysmtich countryJRlie1tvaUftted countrysinseelevaunted
mtich JRlie1tvaUftted vaunted fleet l t Count Revemlow has hasnothing Man hasnothIng
n nothing tkllJS but praise for the officers and andman aMInof
Inof 100 man of the German navy but he con condemn centlttt1n eqmtdosnis ¬
dosnis demn many lttt1n of the battle ships a as ira iraseawortliy ft ftWOrtlIY Unseaworthy
seaworthy WOrtlIY find obsolete obsoleteSeventeen obsoleteSevleen QbsoleteSeventeen
Seventeen German G nn n battle snipe which whichfigure whichllgin hlch hlchQ
llgin figure Q g formidable fighting unite tlts in all alltMWal AnJMnII allisaisti
tMWal lists are floating noaUn coffins the nee neef 111Mer useor
er f which eh In war would W uldonly only wean the theswritte tileaurUIee thesaerfliee
swritte of their gallant crews ere Cent CetmtItovenUow CentlevUow Cometlbovestiow
ItovenUow gives g1v the names of the seven seventeen sevent sevente ¬
teen t te ships IPI which he includes in this class classof clawollloaU classof
ollloaU of floating K coffins coffinsHe com comH coMasHe
He H points htts out that the construction of ofnifw or1titw ofnw
nifw nw awl more efficient cmd nt t balQe snipe Is IsnOMMdnt IiJIQIINlUIl islimoasding
nOMMdnt JIQIINlUIl so slowly Slowl that thirteen years yeajrswin yeuswt yearswill
win paws before Gerimfny Oerm n can et ll contain coatcmplate COlt COltpla containplatethe
plate pla platethe j the tit possibility po of a naval war Warwltlt WarwltltellMldmtt7 wrwltkjdmlty wit witequanimity
equanimity equanimityThe ellMldmtt7elps jdmlty jdmltyTbea1tips
The Tbea1tips elps ships which Count CountReyeJttJow Reyentlow con c0ndanjifct conti nondeipas
danjifct ti are eight coast defense vessels vesselsfour Ve vesselsfour 5QJ 5QJHI
four ships of the Sacbsen class and the thestains theof theshim
stains of the OIdenburg and Brandenburg Brandenburgclasses 1randenbul1ODe flrandenburgclsse
classes One Dreadnought he dedajoOoetrid lec1ar dedajoO ll llcowid
oetrid face e ail these the e simultaneously lmultaDeo and andput andJlt andpot
put them out of action without grout groatdifficulty groutdifficulty t tdttflcutty
difficulty difficultyPUBLICITY dttflcuttyPUBLICITY difficultyPUBLIUITY
PUBLICITY STOPS STOPSMessenger STOPSEDDY STOPSEDDY
EDDY COMPROMISE COMPROMISEMe COIIPROISEMessenger
Messenger Me senger with Proposition Propositionto ProJositionto
to Glover Recalled EecailedTALK UecalledfALJ RecalledTALK
TALK OF 01 BIG TRUST FUND
Woman y 0111111 Had Set Aside Aside Over
150000 for forRelathes forRelathesOpposing JJelatfres JJelatfresOpposing Reht iyes iyesPPoflin
Opposing PPoflin ConnKcI In Suit ip to Meet nt ntConcord ntConcorll atConcord
Concord TodayOIr Eddyji Per PerKonal PerlIonnl Personal
Konal Attorney Attorne Decline io o Arrange ArranKcInterview ArrnJiJeIntorle ArrangeInterview
Interview Between Head of the theClinfch theCllnrch theChurch
Church nSid nd > cvrnpaper Corre Correxpondciit CorreNpond CorrespondeutsSigus
xpondciit Npond spondeutsSigus utSIJnti Slffnn Her Own Checks
Concord CoDconI N 1L H H March XTbat George GeorgeW GeoleW Georgew
W Glover G the only son of Mrs Mary MaryBaker x1YBaker MaryBaker
Baker Kddy would have isa been with 1tk Ills Illscbfldren JIIsddklren kinchildren
children the benenehur intd ufl4or a Jure Juretrust large lugetnIIIt largetrust
trust fund estabUsned by his mother had hadIt 1uNIIt badit
It not been for or the publicity given to the thecourt thet thecourt
court t proceedings DS1i on Friday night to Ia1ft as asserted assorted ¬
sorted 1ft hereNeither here JteftNeiltb hereNoither
Neither Neiltb r Mrs Sddys B dy ddys counsel nor any anyone aayORe anyOs
one Os connected with Ith Pleasant View will willadmit w1I1admit willadmit
admit that such a trust has been exe executed executed cxccuted ¬
cuted and would nave ve become operative operativebut JHmItmOOt operativebut
but for the annulment which necessarily necessarilyfollows neee necessarilyfoflowatbe arHyfoUosthe
follows foUosthe the bringing of equity equityInthnnted proceedings proceedingsIntimated proceedingsIntimated
Intimated in Official Statement StatementHowever Statementflowerer
However H fer in maR an official state statement ent eent given givent 1tCAttt
t thfr press at t oclock o cleek this tbiseeessing evening ftS Mrs llrtrIVMV MrsIiIU7 drt drtdr
IVMV dr pomona personal Mt counsel ecM Gettr Gett Frank S Sjjj S8ldtd SSor >
Sor jjj BBtsf says saysMr a aISeedM4HS1O
ISeedM4HS1O 8ldtd 5edUCtPt 5edUCtPtMr
Mr TVye have any connection with wltIaIter tte tbnsi ttentMm
ntMm si S5et Mi 0C her meaning g Mfcs irs Eddy Eddyproperty Bd4l31ICOJterljret dd ddprapert
ICOJterljret property of toveetments la iS or Or have v any anykaewledge ItYkDow anykuw1edge
kaewledge kDow whatever nnr In reference thereto theretonor theretoAOI theretoDo
nor Do have any aD of the said defendants ever everreceived everrecftved everreceived
received any property of Mrs Eddys Eddyswhich Eddyswhich Eddyswhich
which they the hold In trust or otherwise e
except ex in one Instance for the benefit of ofher ofbel ofher
her relatives remthresBelieved relatIY relatIYeUecel relativesBelieved
Believed Trust Was Vnl for 15OOOO iiOOOOThis 15OOOOThto lOOOT
This T one Instance to believed to refer referto relerto referto
to th trust o oC from ItSI1XI W ero W to tohlch W WWIdell 5 ft W WwMch
wMch hlch has been executed within Uaia the past pastweejc putw pastweek
week an SIll of which George W Glover Gloverwould G10ftr1w GloversroId
would have been informed InfotlMd had not the tbepublicity thepubUcIt thepoblietty
publicity of equity ecpaIt proceedings changed changedthe cbaDbedM changedthe
the phtMS pIa made at Pleasant View ViewIt VIewIt Viewit
It to believed on good authority that an ancifcpt All1It anpt
cifcpt 1It was made within thtn an hour ot c the thej tileoutof the8hi
j ji 8hi HiiL out outof of the ttrst dispatches on the theesjvlty Utee4ItIty thePrOC5OdIfl
esjvlty proceedings proceedl to have publicity sue suepended 8118peHed sueed
pended ed until the trust trustpFopott1 proposition n could be besubmitted beMlbrnlUetl besubmitted
submitted to Mr r Glover GloverWns Gl Gl v vVn ver verWas <
Was Vn Intended a 111 Co C0ll11Jromlee C0ll11JromleeIt in pro misc miscIt
It te understood that the income of the thetrust Utetruat thetrust
trust fund was wa to be settled ttJ cl upon Mr MrGlover 1rGlover MrGlover
Glover upon certain conditions These Theseconditions TheseeeedLMB8 Theseceisditimits
conditions eeedLMB8 were that he agree with the theother theotMr theother
other heirs benefited lecl by the trust tnast not to tocontest tocontetit tocontest
contest Mrs Eddys E4 ys will or question CI11 don the Ic IcgaJfty Ie Iet1 Icgajjty
gaJfty t1 of any endowment oWgift ogttt which whichMrsSEddy whichMrEddy hleh hlehMrslEtldy
MrsSEddy might choose to bestow or con convey conycy on ¬
vey 7 in any manner > r during her lifetime lifetimeRev lifetimeRev lifetimeRev
Rev Irving c Tomlmson former flrsl flrslrector ftralrectcr llrstrector
rector of the local church and Uct 4 at one onetime onetime on ontime
time an asefotant atIt > taat to Mr Frye at IMwis IMwisaat IIM3ant IIeeisant
ant View was liS commissioned as emissary emissaryto emls ar30 ar30to
to convey the acts concerning the pro proposed propo proposed ¬
posed po trust to Mr Glover and he started startedon startedOft started0it
on that tltatni mission from ram this city at t 5 oclock oclockFriday oclockot1da7 oclockFrfdi3r
Friday afternoon or as soon on as Ge0 Ge0Strevtor GeDSt GeiStreetr
Strevtor St ter bad received etccl notice tke through throughGlovers throughGlover throughGlorers
Glovers counsel that a bill in equity had hadbeen hadteen hadbeen
been filed filedPublicity liedPnl VIedPullicIty
Publicity Pnl JlcJt Slops 5tol Overture OvertureRev OertureRev OscrtnrcsRev
> Rev TomHnson Tomttns n started rted for Washington Washingtoni Washingteftbut Washingtonbut
i but got no farther than Boston when he hewas kewu hewus
was recalled J as Jt t was wn eirWent evident t that i jamb INlbDshln jamblinking b bnshin
nshin linking < of the facts cts so they t y could net ne be berecalled be1eea11ed berecalled
recalled had put a l quietus on any 30 props preposition propoalttoR propsalden ¬
alden for a compromise through the theexecBtive Uteexecut theexecutive
executive execut e of the trust which otherwise otherwisemight otherwl8elght otherwisemight
lght might have been effected effectedA effectedAs effectedAs
A As to the next steps to bo taken by the thedefendants thetlrfendant thedefendnts
defendants and other matters connected connectedwith eolUleetecJWIth connecteiwith
with the case Gen Streeter at S oclock oclocktonight oe oclocktonight ock ocktoni
tonight toni t gave out the following state statement statement statemoot ¬
ment mootlariy
mentEarly
Early ad Saturday morning mornln I sent to Mrs MrsEmly MrsEddy Irs IrsEM
Eddy EM a copy COP of the Mil btliin in equity as pub pubBshcd published pubIhcd
Bshcd but not yet sensed upon any of time tlieaefrndantK Ulet timedefendants
defendants t adDb5 so far as I am Informed 1 1hare 1haTe 1have
hare since sl1IC had n long lon personal conference conferencewith ft conferencewith rence rencewith
with her at which this proceeding p lnb and andI andttera andmatters
I matters ttera connected there tbernItI therewthwere with were re fully fuliyUsru fullyllsrussed
1 eUflMd eUflMdT111nJ < llsrussedThinks Usru eed eedTlilitUn
Thinks T111nJ 1C Son In Being BelngUsed Used by b Other OtherIn OtherIn OthersIn
In common common with her many mAn friends friendsshe friendsshe friendsshe
she believes that the initiative In the pro proceedings proetedlngs proecedings ¬
ceedings was not taken by her son n or orother oroth orother
other oth retetlves roIntiv but by others who in ina Ina Ina
a markedly unusual manner and by byunique b bunique Isyunique
unique methods are are undertaking under underthe underUte underthe
the g guise itee of court proceedings to con continue eontiatae conthUs ¬
thUs the persecution pers utlon begun some Somtl time timeago timego timeago
ago go
agoFrom
From my conference with her at t this thistime thisttme thistime
time and on other recent occasions I am amable Amaltle amable
able to speak 5p tk < definitely and positively positivelyHer posiUvelymer positivelyHer
Her clearness of mind and resolution of ofpurpose ofputIOS ofpurpose
purpose have been in no respect impaired impairedby impairedby impaIredby
by her advanced advanc d years ears Hor capacity to tothink tothink tothink
think clearly cl Arly and to deal accurately and andCONTINUED findOO andCONTINUED
CONTINUED OO TIUE1 > ON 0 THIRD lAOK lAOKTHROUGH lAGKTHROUGH 1A05THROUGh
THROUGH CHICAGO SLEEPER SLEEPERC SIJ EPER EPERC
C A O Limited IhJlItec1 4 4130 130 P Po M MAccount JIAccountndjournment 211Account
Account Accountndjournment adjournment of o of Congress Congressthrough Q ongrEsthrough nSr s sthrough
through steeper will bo operated to Chi Chicago ChlC8go Chicago ¬
cago on C O Limited leaving Wash Washington Washington Vas VasIngton ¬
ington 150 p m March 2 to 6 inclusive
CARDINAL PLEADS PLEADSMgr PLEADSFOR PLEADSFOR
FOR CLEAN 6LEA NEWS NEWSMgr NEWSMgi
Mgr Gibbons Scores hide Indecent Iudecent hideceiit ¬
cent Journalism JournalismIS J
IS RUINOUS TO YOUTHS YOUTHSGives YOl1 YOUTHSGives rHS rHSGiyes
Gives Them Their FirsfLL FirsfLLin FirstLassotl FirstLassotlin FiistLessoii FiistLessoiiill
in Human Depravity DepravityEminent DelJraYityBUlln DePravityEminent
BUlln Eminent nt Catholic Prelate In Sermonnt Sermonat Sermon Sermonnt
nt Baltimore Score scorer NoWKpapcrji NoWKpapcrjiTbi X NCwiPale7UThzt WIIpalerJI WIIpalerJI1hl
Tbi Thzt t Print Licentious Llcoutl u iicaudals cnJJdnlt nucl nuclImmoral Jjd JjdImmornl d dImmoral
Immoral Patent McdicIn Medicine Aclvcr AclvcrtlncnieiitH tdvcrtlscrneiits he hetl
tlncnieiitH tl cmentH Say Sn Says No NothlnJ tiling Vo Vorlts VorltsGreater C rlts rltsGreater II IIGrcntcr
Greater Miachlef I1 chlof In n Community CommunityBaltimore Commusrttntlm CommunItyBaltimore
Baltimore re March lCardina Gibbons Gibbonsla GlboonIn Gibbonhi
la his sermon at tb the Cathedral toda todaattacked todaattacked todaattacked >
attacked the unclean ureas ureasH peessUnsaId
H UnsaId UnsaIdRigidly mid midRigidly Id IdRfstdl7
Rigidly exclude from rain your houscliot house houncliolalt hot i ialt JaU
alt books b ok and andpa paatpblBte t8 which are iu iutile iotile h hUle
tile to religion n and good morals Nev Ne < t tadmit I Iadmit radmit
admit into your homes any newspapers newspapersPT1oIIVI5 < r rl
l PT1oIIVI5 > erkHlicais which ventilate obscene new nevand newand siewand
and licentious scandals scandalsThere scaJldalsfbfie scandalsThere
There te one kind of literature in whi whiwe V Vwe whiwe >
we all Indulge iINIu e and of which hleh we partak partakas
as a regularly and with as much relish relishour Jtlishour >
our dully ddly1tread bm Bread without which life wouK wouKbe woultbe oll ollbe
be dull and tedious tedouaa a literature l wliiUi wliiUihas wikihas bkil bkilh
has h become almost a necessity of f our daily dailylife dail dailICe
life I refer to the daily newspapei newspapeiJC newspapelNow I IN
JC Now w there Ute are good and bad journals Joum Journalsthere tls < nn nnthere of ofttaere
there are dean and unclean animal
Sensational Papers Lure to Rnln RnlnNo RnlnNo RuinNo
No kind of literature works more nd ndeMeC 1111Ielite i t tchief
elite in a community eoauaunlt than salacious j jJ jJnaIL jsinalg < M MnakL
naIL They Tile contain not only news ma malar 1M 1Mter tabter ¬
ter but also advertisements of a most eii eiiJeeUonabie 0 0jctlonble i ijecUoaable >
JeeUonabie character cnaracterThey cbaracterr characterrliey
r They 7 have aaaatfenal nal items Ite wliiol wliiola wldla
a snare and a aUqsMing Ing block 1 to ti tinoesnit i inoeent AjDOCftIt
noeent and unwary Many a youth youthboth youtllboth 3routhboth
both sexes baa learned from rum this icajnffountain i ifountain icajnf lffOlll1taha
fountain their first tessona in the flam flammyaterie dei1mysteries L Lm1ltertea
mysteries of human b depravity dt > praUy Oa oa oaeMJ IM IMeaay ho hoeasy >
easy it to to taint the pure BMT BMTywth fsuyenthI c c79Itit
ywth and who shall ball 1 blotch 1 the i imew nellie nelliesnow I Isnew
mew of innocence
Immoral AdvertisementH AdvertisementHAdvertteemenU AilvertlSenientsAdvertlnemnents thertllCmentHAdvertlltemellta
AdvertteemenU which i1Ieh paint m lit littug ston stoning gisalug ¬
tug eoion the attractive features r it itdangerous i idangerous t tdutJerotIiI
dangerous haunt of amusements J hit hitvertineisients ti tivertfe j jverttseaeata
verttseaeata vertfe inenta of patent tent medicine a sad sadother < i iether tether
ether drugs whose object to to ieftait flits flitsinexorable tlitt1Ie tEeinexorable
inexorable t1Ie law Ia laws of nature and of au autares a atures stures
tures God What t a terri terriile e responaMRfty responaMRftytbo respo respoiiuIhtythose y ythGae
tbo those e publishers assume who admit fa Into Intotheir to totheir totheir
their papec such ueh Insidious poison For Forevery Purevery Firevery
every soul perverted they tht have a strict strictaccount strktaecount stritaccount
account to render to God G and nd to society societyA soiietyAs
A As an offset to these th depraved d ed journnte journnteI
I have known the proprietor of an upright uprightpaper uprightpaptt uprightpaper
paper of this tld State who refused an off offr offroC r rof rof
of 10 16000 rather than admit into the th col columns I IVlDDIl Iusans ¬
umns of his liaper an advertisement adYer ement sug suggestive sugw4tFre u ugesthe ¬
gestive w4tFre of immodesty though its inde indecency h1fheetIC lrui lruicasey ¬
casey eetIC was thinly veiled eUt d by ambiguous ambiguouspbraseotogr ambiguoUiapbtUeoJoC7 ambguiuaplwaeoIogi
pbraseotogr Would to Qd xl that an news nowtpaprr nw newslIiel l lpajpr
paprr pajpr owner uw 9 s had emulated this noble noblesample DoLle1Ilghh nubepaip4n
paip4n paip4nlijghly sample
JUshlj SeaHoiicd Novels Novelsyoo oe15 oe15Y ovcin5Yun
yoo Y c would BelL permit a vial of poison poisonte poioatAt poisonto
te remain 1e on your mtintelptece lest It Itmight itmlglat Itmight
might Inadrertently Uy fall Into the hand handof handa handaof handof
of some members of your household And Andwill AndwW Andwill
will you allow aDo to lie on your our table an anunclean anUDdeIuI tnunclean
unclean Journal Jourualwhich which would instill poison poLsonInto pot poisonlnism < tm tmIntG
Into the soul
You are careful to avoid any dish dtohwhich dishbIch dishwhich
which bIch you know from e expeilaisee expert Mice would woiikinauGoate WG ikln1Mhte wouldnauseate
nauseate your stomach M Matter liow liowtempting I IIWRCI hwteiuptlngand
tempting teiuptlngand and RCI palatable it may he telae telaetaste to the iliataste thetOte
taste Why y then tbe should yo lOW not din discard jiaarm dincard ¬
card those highlyseasoned novels which whichmay whichmay
may 7 be agreeable a to morbid appetite but butwhich Iutwltleh butwhich
which aeffle the Imagination and enCMbte enCMbtetbe ellf esCadAethe ble blethe
the soul soulThe 801I1one soulrne
The Lacedemonians commanded th thpoems t Ipenm h
poems of ArcWlochos to be banhmei ban bum frumthcr bumtheir lessentheir
their city because be while hUe hi Ala writings writingswere wrttfegswero
were werabeautltul beautiful and attractive in mint IOIIItot IOIIItotIe of ofstyle ofstile
style Ie they were immoral in their If char dlare clearactor character
actor e and tended to corrupt corruptdle the he mlnda cIsof mlndaof nds ndsof
of youth youthWhat youthRcnmllc youthRXiLiiiile
Rcnmllc of the pl1cMlnn lphcsIanWhat pl1cMlnnWhat
What an example do these ancient andaatpagane aneleRtpt ancientpag4nn
pagane pt 6 set to degenerate d e modern i OJera Chris Christians CIttIttans ChristInn ¬
tians who greedily y devour a a literature literaturewhich lI literaturewhich tIIIre tIIIrevhlrh
which undermines faith and morals and andwhich aadwltleh andwhich
which has not even tae merit of an anagreeable anagreeable n naslefJ8
aslefJ8 agreeable elevating style styleIt 8tyleIt styleIt
It te related in the Acts ef the Apostles Apostlesthat Apostlesthat Apostlesthat
that many AY of r those whom St Paul had hadconverted badc hadconverted
converted c nverte4l at Epheens wJ pussessed J8nd danger0U8 dangeron danger dangerous ¬
ous on books books treating treati of magic m and other othersuperstitions otherSU othersuperedtiosm
superstitions SU Uota These books they t y volun voluntarily voluntarily olun olunitiJ ¬
tarily itiJ collected ttffcther t thel and ad burned and andtheir WIdtheir sandtheir
their value was estimated at 50009 pieees pieeesqf plHeSq plasmQf
qf q silver 1m My brethren these books were wereriot weret wererIOt
t Qt riot as hurtful a as those which attack attackyour attackour attackycul
your our faith And if those e early Chris Christians Chrttl4NJ Christians ¬
tians destroyed de tOec1 their superstitious works worksregardless wornresudleStl worksregardless
regardless of their price how can we weretain Wttln weretain
retain tln in our possession po books that vtter vtterthe itterthe ter terthe
the most blasphemous calumnies against againstthe aplDtthe aalnmtthe
the Christian religion religionThe nolitlonThe religionThe
The same motives you have to elimi eliminate elbainata eliminato ¬
nato dangerous publications should shouldprompt aItMIIdprompt shOuldpiiimpt
prompt you to exercise your Mali hoai in the thediffusion thedituslon thediffusion
diffusion of sound literature literatureJEALOUS IftentureJEALOUS literatureIEALOUS
JEALOUS MAN SHOOTS WISE WISEWhen WIFEhen Wi WiWiieii ±
When hen 3r Mrs Robert Belmont Refuses Refusesto nefullcto
to Return husband Fires lrc8 on Her HerSpxM IIerSpCW TierSpdM
SpxM to tol1Mt The Vshinco WaisIaiu ea U llaalcL llaalcLSuffolk lietaldSuffolk nkL nkLSuffolk
Suffolk Va March Ma 1t SMadde JMaddeMd d by byjealousy byjealousy byjealousy
jealousy Robert Belmont today emptied emptiedUie emptiedU emptiedthe
the U contents of a doublebarreled shotgun shotgunInto shOtgunInto tgun tgun1ato
Into the i person > erson of his wife 1t8 who who because becauseof Mcauseof becauseof
of imrsh treatment had gone O e to UTe with withher withher Uh Uhher
her mother Today Belmont approached approachedthe a atile
the home with otth the gun concealed beneath beneathhis befteaUlhis beneathisis
his topcottt The door was barred against againsthim BSBhwthim againsthim
him but he broke in inHis InHis inHIs
His entreaties l > trat s to have his wife return returnproving returnproIDI returnproving
proving in vain Belmont BOknont fired The iirst iirstcharge lirstchurSe hiretcharge
charge almost 05t severed the right arm armTho armTl10 armThe
The Tl10 second ODd hit her In the side sldi sId of the head headShe headShe headShe
She still lingers U ens at Lake View Sanatorium Sanatoriumbut SanatorIumbut Sanatoriumbut
but the chances of recovery are remote remoteBelmont r remoteBelmont mote moteBelmont
Belmont armed himself and took to th thvslDods the theods theods
vslDods ods where he is being pursued by bybloodhounds bybloodhounds bybloodhounds
bloodhounds and a posse posseBaltimore 1108Dtlthuorc 10560Baltimore
Baltimore and Ohio to Chicago ChicagoTwo ChlcaJoTwo ChicagoTwo
Two through vestibuled trains without withoutchange withiutchamige vJthMJtchange
change of cars The Chicago Limited Limitedwith Llm LImitedwith kd kdwith
with splendid Pullman drawingroom draWin room sleep sleeping sleeping leepIng ¬
ing cars and observation parlor car leav leaving leaving levlag ¬
ing Washington daily at 122 1 p m ar arriving urhlng arriving ¬
riving Pittsburg 9r t 91 p m Akron 1231 1231night 13 12lnight t tnight
night Chicago 946 4i 4 a m Dining cars carswith canswtth carswith
with a la carte service en route routeThe routerhe routeThe
The Chicago Express leaving Wash Washington WaShingtou VashInIton ¬
ington dally t IO p m arriving Chicago
515 15 p m with 1th Pullman drawingroom drawingroomsleeping dnLwIRgrooft1sleeptnr drawingroomsleeping
sleeping cars to Chicago Wheeling Wh eling and andColumbus aDdColumbus antiColumbus
Columbus and dining ears carsReservations earsResenaUons earsReservations
Reservations account adjournment of ofCongress ofCpnsross ofCongress
Congress may m now be made for nil jl trains trainsup traInsup trainsIsp
up to March la is at 1417 G street 619 l9 Penn Pe Pepnsylvania Pennsylvania n n8honnla ¬
sylvania avenue and station New Jersey Jerseyavenue Jerseyl1enUQ Jerseyavenue
avenue and C street streetA streetA
A In Carie nr Lunch Served S n ll Dally DallyAt Dall7At DoilyAt
At Ecksteins from rein 12 1 to 3 3 1412 l4j N Y AVe AVeJ
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