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STROTHER STROTHEROASE CASE END ENDIS ENDIS ENDIs
IS EXPECTED TODAY TODAYcqjiiittal TO TODAAcquttaI DAY DAYb
cqjiiittal b J littal orEuiig 01 Hung Jua J Jiwy u y Is IsGenerally isGenciaIly s se
Generally e eIalIyLookel Looked For ForLAWYERS ForLAVYERS ForLAWYERS
LAWYERS BEGIN SUM UP UPtTnwrittait UP1Jiiwrittei
tTnwrittait 1 ll1fJittcIi Law L t Is Emphasized EmphasizedThough Elllllasizcdirough E111IllaSiZCtlThough
Though Ploft PlQaduig < 1iug InsanitySudden 11lsauitjSudden Insanity IiisanitySudden
Sudden Illuens of Philip Strbtlier StrbtlierCnuMca StrotherOnuHCH StrotberS
S CnuMca Brief Deln Delny In Trial TrlnlAt TrlnlAttorneK Triu4tttOrnet4 At Attorney ¬
torney Keith eIth and Jeffrie IIcniI IIcniIfor Ilenlor lIenilfur
for or Ironecntiun and Dcfenne DlrenlGe DlrenlGetlc DefeiizeGCutie Gen Gentle ¬
tlc Sheriff linn IlnudK Fall Not Of Offyndliif Of19J1 OfTIItt1Ig
fyndliif 19J1 UIJJ the Intruding lutrutlilJ Mob
I 1W Dc nt ntalk
CWfreper alk er Vs March M h 5 SoTOft You haTe 11 got gott sotUt gotti
t Ut fceteve t beyond all reasonable dovbt dovbttfcat dotIbttWtt1te 4ottt
tWtt1te tt tfcat the minds inI d of James J Jaiie and Philip PhilipStrotber Phllipr Phft1ptTothr
Strotber r were re s M o Impaired bnpai bn rM br b what Iwd Iwdlupppned 1dl idhemed
lupppned l ed that their thelrr reason rso uras waiHWt rfHhroned rfHhronedHwrpt lotlalOft lotlalOftaWt1
Hwrpt away or else e ese you must mOatSmg trlng ormgr In teivdkt a averdict aIIt1ICt
verdict of o either murder or manslaugh manslaughter manelau manelautCommonweJtb mazssaugbiCommonweth ¬
ter tCommonweJtb Commonwealth Attorney Keith KeithShould KeithId ICeithShooId
Should Id you find it in your hearts and andto aidrnIuid ad adto
rnIuid to bring fl1fl a verdict verd ct of guilty 1t7 against againstand agaitf sghitJMI
f JMI and ad Philip Soother I want you to towrite torite towrite
write rite in your verdict that they are con convicted COItvtetec1 eonvieted ¬
victed by a Virginia jury of criminally criminallystaying crlmlnaUytbe criminallysyg
staying syg the betrayer of their sister ter their theirmothers lh1rmte r ruero
mte mothers s youngest t chiM ehIkIAtter Attorney ey John JohnL JobnLTetrrtee JohnL
L LTetrrtee Jeffries
LTetrrteeAlalJenlH
Appeals ISpitomlzed ISpitomlzedThes RIJitomlzetlnIee E1itOIItIZeIlextracts
nIee Thes extracts from the opening argu argumesiBV 1l 1lJMIIIIIta rgu1a
mesiBV JMIIIIIta 1a today of counsel m bt the Strother Strothertrial StrothertrlalSQoike Strothertrial
trial trlalSQoike strike tyIke the keynoteNof keynoteoe prosecution and anddefense D4Idr anddteiuie
defense dr Mr Keiths concise CODd e legal state statement BtateJlleM statement ¬
ment nf o the 9tse reflects perfectly the at attttude as astttude l lof
tttude of the Commonwealth securely in intrenched In Intrvmhed ¬
trenched behind its It volumes yolun1ea of o statute statutetew 8tatueJan atatuteIn
Jan In ± w Mr Jeffries subtle but gripping g ap appeal appeal ¬
peal tie W the sentiment of the Jurors shows showsunquestionably sh hoWltoaably wa wainQuatInably
unquestionably toaably that back of th the plea pleaemoun pleaemotin1 oC oCemotienai
emotienai IluaJllty Insanity the defense feMe Is I pIne pfeteing pilleI pInelug
lug I It la reliance almost entirely upon UtOI un unwcHten ualitten unwdtten
wcHten litten law lawToaaorrow Jawlo8 laworrow
Toaaorrow orrow TOW morntaf mona niornhi Attorney R R Wal Walton Wait Widtmi ¬
ton t Moore who has shown unquestioned unquestionedbrilliancy UDQue8UoDodbItIUaIacy unquIosdbrilliancy
brilliancy during this t case cue will take tce up upthe uPthe upthe
the burden of the tbedeteoae defense and after afterw him himwfil 1dmwfll
wfil come John L I Lee known as ehe flt of oftne oftM oftk
tne tk most eloquent lawyers of Virginia VirginiaWhat YIr8inlaWb VirginiaWbnt
What Wb these two two men Jl n can Add to the fer fervent ferveat fetvent ¬
vent touching toaeb appeal of Mr Jeffrjes Je des it itvpffl It1Ieeome Itwm
vpffl become co the province > of Common Commonwealth CommonW8IIltJt CommonwgiLh ¬
wealth Attorney Ckpt > TieaJah Weod to totear totear toter
tear down owu with ail a prosecutors logic logicand lea htcand
and a powers WS of persuasion pellJUlonlUncH pera1onllliicss persuasionIllness
Illness Dclttyn Delu Trial TrialHew Jrinl1Iow TrialHow
Hew well he can caado do this remains remh to be beStan beIt beIt
Stan It is freely freel granted nted that t in b view viewof viewof
of 0 fbe he eloquence to be showered upon uponthe uponthe uponthu
the Jury y m In behalf lt of the defendants defendantsCapt defeo dstendntocapt nt ntCapt
Capt Wood will begin T the closing argu argument arpmeat argumeat ¬
meat under a hefvy hefvybaJldtaap hefvybaJldtaapTomorrowS helvyTomorrows handicap handicapTomorrows
Tomorrows arguments IUgvmea are expected to toend teeJId toend
end late in the thelDOOD ifternoon tLtfl1OOfl and the case casewitt caNwtI1 ca cawtfl
witt thee be turned 10 turne4 over ov to the Jury j 3m which whichw wbteh11II whichwqI
w wqI 11II re eiie fa to co cder Mer its jtIJuct it verdict It Itjle is isatuscaJhr kgsmaly
atuscaJhr predkJlsd jle toeld tbat ht t there w wi walethei Jte JteettiMT 1 1eIM
ettiMT a 1 quick verdict of acquittal aeq tr trhung whung 11 11bS
hung jury No o one expects a verdict verdlctof verdlctoftltMr of ofmother ofgNm
mother u 1 either ftho degree Those who ex expect expeet oxa ¬
a poet a convietMm look for a verdict of ofmansUugiiter ofter ofingimisughter
mansUugiiter mansUugiiterThe ingimisughterThe ter terbe
The sudden I u1nee Ine today to of Philip PhilipStrother PhilipStrotber
Strother hampered bam ftd the flans of the court courtto coUrtto coUrtto
to push the trial through throu as a fast as pos possible OSalWe poeolbie ¬
sible The young y b defendant was taken takendowa takendoWa takendown
dowa with a violent attack of grip and andcould aDdcould andcould
could not leave Jea his bed to attend the themorning themomIDf themorning
morning session which had to be postpetted tJMMMduatil post ptpeed
petted JMMMduatil until afternoon temooD At first t it was wasfeared wutwed wasfesped
feared that tqe tile postponement ponemeat might be beindefinitely be11Ide be1ndnttely
indefinitely 11Ide km 101 but by noon the younger youngerStrother 70IIDPrStrotber youngerStmther
Strother was better and it was announced itnnotmcedthat ullaouDCldthat announcedtIt
that he woud woud be able to attend the thetrtnl tbetzI
trtnl
r rCrowdHCnJahlre
CrowdMCnpturc Courtroom CourtroomAt
At 2 ocioefcthe odoek the defendants defeoda arrived The Thecourtroom TIleeeurtroom Thecourtroom
courtroom wdf wa packed and the sick man manhad manhod
had to be assisted by his brother through througha tb tbadeIIIIe
a adeIIIIe dense mas maed of countrymen wao wo refused refusedto re ret8
to give e way wa an inch to allow any one oneto OMto oneto
to pass unless uale forced f back by sheer sheerstrength abeertb ebeerstrength
strength strengthComplaints strengthConiplaints tb
Complaints have been numerous from fromattorneys fromaUoraeYB fromattoraeyu
attorneys and other her persons having bust business bustna bu1n ¬
ness n in the courtroom over the fact that thata thata
a horde ef spectators are daily allowed allowedto
to crowd inside of the railed inclosure re reserved roe roeed ree ¬
served e rved ed for the principals in the case and andothers andotbtmi andothers
others on 01J oi business These Tb outsiders outsidersensconce outaiderseeonce outsidersenneonee
ensconce themselves in the chairs re reserved re reserv reserved ¬
served serv for others and nCI very day rud Judge JudgeHarrison JudgeHarrison e eHarrlMn
Harrison has had to order Sheriff Puiliam Puiliamto PuIliamto
to dislodge some of the squatters uatt1S so that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the business of the court might m ht proceed proceedGentle proceedGcntle proceedGentle
Gentle aiildinaimcred M Sheriff
SIaert sberg < Pulliam performs this duty so sogently 81 81l8Dtb
1 gently and allows the recurrence of the thesaine thesaiIe theI
saine saiIe ° conditions so persistently per8tJltnuy as to sug suggest BUgS sugg ¬
gest S the he may be considering consld lng the pros prospect prospeet peonpoet ¬
I poet ot running for the oflk o ofilce again againPhilip A againPhilip in inPbotpStrotb
Philip PbotpStrotb Strother r was provided with a big bigreclming bkreclh bigreclining
reclining reclh chair but refused ref to occupy ML MLDuring 1tDurI MtDuring
During DurI Attorney Attorne Keiths Keith argument the theyoung th thy theyq4ng
young y defendant ant became so III that be behad hehad
had te interrupt the speaker and nd retfre J8t
i for It few moments Ou his return he hei
i took the reclining T < lIni chair and lay back
r half ii asleep a or apparently so throughout throughoutthe throughoutthe
the afternoon afternoonl afternoonI
I 2 l r leitb J said that the prosecution had hadendeavored hadeu
endeavored eu eavoted to handle the case ea with ut utiiwet utJfalnaeu utnEat
Jfalnaeu nEat iiwet fairness but that it was his duty
to uphold Ms oath as Commonwealth Commonwe lttt at attorney atY ¬
torney Y and that he had endeavored to do dom doT1
m He then proceeded to take up ui the
T1 Inll instructions of the Judge and construe
th the law mid down by the court hi the themeet
i meet favorable light possible bIe for fo the theprosecution theDe1CJrC thea theI
prosecution prosecutionDesires a
I Desires De1CJrC Verdict crllct tor for JfnnslulJhterTJte ManolaIiterThe Manslaughter ManslaughterThe
The substance of Mr Keiths argument argumentwas lU1nInwntU argumentwag
was U that it became the duty of 0 the de defejiso de defelS doI
fejiso felS in establishing eatabU8hi its plea of tempor temporary temporalY temperary ¬
ary insanity to convince nYince the Jurors be beyond be bend beyond ¬
yond nd a reasonable Iel onable doubt but that if the
jury Jur entertained f nt rtalned any reasonable doubt dou t as asto asto asto
I to the t he defendants insanity ln the Jury JUiTmu must mustreturn mustreturn t tretum
return a verdict of guilty considering COD the thecircumstances theclrumstanee
4 circumstances of the case only m In the way wayof Wa Waor wayof
of mitigation The inference Infere drawn by bymany bymamy bynutny
many from the prosecutors argument argum bt was wasthat wasthat AS ASUta
that Uta t the t hI prosecution has no desire df to se secur secu soeurt
cur cu rt a verdict of murder m In the lirst Jlrst de degrt degrt
grt but that it feels fee that the evidenoe evldenoeentltl evidenoeentitles evideneeentitles
entltl entitles > R the Commonwealth to a convic conviction conviction ongyicLion ¬
tion Of manslaughter manslaughterAir mansht hter hter11r
Air Jeffries retold the principle riD iple met incidents Incldent metdarit ¬
dents dent that th lt led UP u to the shooting and andmail andnMhJ andn
mail n un a n eloquent appeal to the sympathy sympathyof
of th I l jury Although he stated tbat the thedefense thedefpnse thedefense
defense was in no way relying relyin upon un unwritten unrjtten uswritten ¬
written rjtten law but wanted an acquittal on onthe ontbt ona
a the > Itgal I plt pltof > a of mental mentallrrtlSP9nslbUlt irresponsibility he hecontlrUfd h heontlott hecOnt1nud
contlrUfd i to plead Justification for his di dicuts elleMs cliI <
cuts eet and even went so far as to declare declarettat d l r rthat
I that they hlV would not have done their duty dutynnil
nnil they not ot shot bot Bywaters BywatersMr
Mr Ir Jeffries explained the th r rlea lea ea of In Jnsinity InSi1ity In8mty
sinity as a set up in this case and read Che Chetestimony rhetEtlnwny be betestimony
testimony of the experts ex > t rts Introduced < dur ¬
ing ih tt t trial HI I know every et > ry man of you youwant YOUwant yotwant
want to acquit these wen said the t at attorney attlfn atI ¬
I torney tlfn and I am am here hr to show you ou that thatnot thalnlot thatnt
not only may you acquit them m lawfully
but that in the light of all the evidence evidence3ir evidencenqr evidencew
w 3ir nqr oaths compel you Ou to do d so soMr soIIr soMr
Mr Moore will ojjen his argument argum nt to tomorrow tomanv tomoriw ¬
morrow manv morning norn1 ng
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WEATHER WELTHERFORECAST WELTHERFORECASTFor FORECAST FORECASTFor FOREC S SFDr
For the District of Colombia Colombiaand Coltimbiand Coltirnbiaand
and Maryland lIftrylandFair Fair colder to today today today ¬
day Tomorrow ro morrow fair brisk briskwest bri brisjvest k kwest
west to northwest winds windsHERALD Wil1dsHERALDNEWS windsHERALDNEWS
HERALDNEWS HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYHages SUMM SUMMiYll4tgos RY RYl1b
Hages l1b TEIEGlLvPHIC TEIEGlLvPHIClStrotnerCase rpEIEfIl iEJEGII3VIIIC1S1rotberCase PIII PIII1strother
lStrotnerCase 1strother case Noarliig N lTli1S End EIUJl 4 4iDueltiss
1 iDueltiss Dueling of Marlborough 1 tlb rQl1gh JDJdT to Xvo In InNew InNew fl flNew
New York YorkI YorklGen York1Gun
I lGen Gen Booth Reaches Rench New York YorklDevelopments York1Developments
1 Developments in I Eddy Case CaseX C8nJLe I5OLenlIe
X JLe Leslie M Shaw Assumes New Duties3MgnIae Duties DullesManiac DutiesJManlac
JManlac Maniac Overpowers OV Ovorpowod JpOWOfS Pojlca PojlcaS Po11aoSJ8nlme PoiicoSJor
S SJ8nlme SJor Jerome me Claaljftg CIR81 s with lth J JLIdg JLIdgLOCAIa dg dgLOCAL j
LOCAL LOCALS LOCAIaNature 0 < A f fNature
S Nature Plays Pranks Pnulks5Senators PrankssSenators
8 5Senators Senators Testify Te ttf m rh h Hermann Case CaseS c ciCortelou ChS ChSCorte1you >
S iCortelou Cortelyou No Pitrtkttlar nrtIeuldv14Cardoso tlea1 tlea110Cardozo
16 10Cardozo Cardozo Kvldenee vIdeuee All In InSHAW InSHAW
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SHAW ASSUME NEW NBWUPIES NBWUPIESFumier DUTIES DUT3ESFormer DUTIESllormer
Former Sctrt Se Secretary rtllr tnry f thc Trcnmiry TrcnmiryXotv Tr PrcnaiiryXOW lIl1r lIl1rXu
Xotv Xu Ilend of Carnegie Trust Co CoNew CoNew CoNew
New York March 5L Leslie 1e M MShLW Swaw Swawwho Shewwho
who O retired as Secretary Secrotar of the Treasury
on Monday today toda took t k up his h new newduties Hewbtl rowdiitleg
duties btl as a president of the th Carnegie Trust TruetCompany TrlitCoUIpany TrustCohiiny
Company at BnAidway Brmldw < and 00 Liberty Llbartystreet Llb Libertystroet rQ rQtr
street > tr et H Ht ils left AVashington Monday Mondaynigittaitd MondaynIght lond8onight
nigittaitd night and went to the Fifth Avenne AweHGtel AweHGtelwhere AvenueHotelwhere Hotel Hotelwhere
where h he Intends to stay until he can canlook Cliftlook canlook
look up a liotite hOt ul h f fer n hlmseif hIlRRlrUJ a d h hIly W flriH flriHlly fWifU fWifI
lly U
< I can now OOW call jroa roq Mr President Presidentwas Prll8 Presidentwas dt dtWR
was WR the laughing remark of one of o ths thscallers tNcallers tbeidle
callers idle upon Mr Shaw SJwtwHe ShawHe ShawHe
He was as at the bank today at I oclock oclockpromptly oclockprompU oelockpromptly
promptly and found a beautiful bunch ff ffAmerican of ofAmerican C CAmerican
American Beauty roses r on his tid desk k Dur During DvrIng Durlag ¬
ing the course of the day a great many manybankers mQybanken maybankers
bankers and business bu men called to wel welcome welcome welrome ¬
come to his h new tusk tuskThe t taskThe BkTbe
The Carnegie Trust t Company which whichstarted whlckstarted whichstarted
started on January 2 now lass as about H Haccounts lit litaeeounta 10accounts
accounts and more than 2000180 ooo OO deposits depositsBILLS ItaBILLS depoIItLBILLSDESTROYED
BILLS BILLSDESTROYED DESTROYED NOT STOLEN STOLENXoiv STOLENX01 STOLENNow
Now Saul Flint 9l77lOOO 173n Fell Into IntoWaste into intonlltc IntoWaste
i Waste nlltc Basket I1n1 ket nt Chicago ClilcngoChieagol ChlongoCh ChicagoCbicago
Chieagol Ch Marchs March The search for the th
tost l est HiXOM 171 1N that disappeared more than thana tbaneek
a a week eek ago a from George Geor W FJugeraMs FJugeraMscage FI FttsgernWscge nL14s nL14sc
cage c in the the United States subtreasury subtreasuryand
and the thief that was supposed Hd to have havestolen havetoleA havestolen
stolen > it has been abandoned according accordingto MCOrdl
t to What t are are regarded rera led as reliable reliable inside 1A8h1eMU insidesources Insidesources
sources MU of mforamtio mforamtioIt Informatlosit
It I t has been virtually conceded by the thegbvertUNetit thegOvernateftt thegovernmeiit
gbvertUNetit onlcials that tne tile bilte biiiaputicing biiiaputicingup JMkIIag JMkIIagup akteg aktegup
up the amount were blown from the d de diskof k kor ric ricof
of Receiving < Teller Fitzgerald while he hewas Mwas hewas
was in ida cage that they fell into a awastebasket awutebuket awastebasket
wastebasket which hleh stands always at atelbow Ms Mselbow hiselbow
elbow and l probably were destroyed destroyedEDITOR tJe destroyeITOR troJed troJedBDI
EDITOR BDI ITOR OR ELECTED EL CTED MAYOR MAYORIlcpiililicnn MAYO MAYOIfepuhlltnuc MAYORIepu1iIInun
Ilcpiililicnn Defeat Democrat on onIjhiuor un1lcluor onIIquor
Ijhiuor Que8t1on < tue tlon In Vermont VermontBurlington Y VermontBurlington lIIIOl1t lIIIOl1tBurliB
Burlington BurliB ion Vt March i The Republi Republicans R Republicans publl publlcane ¬
cane cans after four years in the background backgroundemerged baek bachgroundemerged ound oundI
I emerged into the limelight today toIta by byelecting bytlecttOf byeIeetng
electing their candidate for mayor Walter WalterJ
J Bigetow night editor of the Free Press Pressby p pb1 Pressby
by m majority over James K E Burke
Qeuaoorat Democrat who came in with license and andvfent a awent andvent
vent went out under the t th same auspiees au aunpleeaIWiiIitb plea as 118e4
BfcrilngtBft dBefered disI e4 d asntaet W the tQa mtoonc mtooncr a ab
r b br a wtforitrofutt 1MJ ftt7 ot41 in aot3 a WHal WHalofUIl u l lofSJET
ofSJET ot3 Of the fifteen ft feen towns ia l ttote ttotecounty Uliscount usiacounty
county two acwll I1I I ones onesSlRlIMIrne Sftelbume and
St Qeorfe OeorpaJo alone voted for Het Hetcompal liceaee as ascompared ancompared
compared d with five last 8t year yearDDGHBSS yaerDIIGHBSS MI MIDUGHESSCOMING
DUGHESSCOMING DDGHBSS COMING COilIN TO AMERICAOonsuelo AMERICAOonsuelo AMERICA ARIOAConsuelo
Oonsuelo of Marlborough to Arrive Arrivein Arrivin Arrivein
in New York Next Month MonthISot Montht Monthbot
ISot bot t Announced If She In to Be Ac Accompniiicd AcCOflIpItlIled c cc0111pnufell
compniiicd by 1 her LcrNew IcrTWoSpnll herTiyoSons
TWoSpnll TWoSpnllNew TiyoSonsNew
New York lflaralt Marc Inr fc 1euelo Oaneneio Duchess Duchessot Duebefiof
of MarHHWough Ma Is Ii oomiHg eemN to live H for 1 < an anindefinite antncleftnlte anindeitnite
indefinite period in New York Y lk according accordingto
to advlees received r lvetI today to She is ex expected expeeted oxpeeted ¬
peeted about ftprtl prfl U UWhen 1J 1Jhen 33When
When the Duke and Duchess of Marl Marlborongh Marlborougt Marlborough
borough subscribed sub crlbed to separation septlnl tiOR papers papersearly JMlIinearly papersearly
early in January JILJluaryit it was suggasted 88ted that thatshe thlttwould thatsub
she would come to America this summer aitmmerbut l1IRIIerbut summerbut
but there has been no definite word word1te word1tefore be before before ¬
fore Mrs 0 H P Belmont theducttess theducttessmother the thefl d duefless dueflessmother aea aeaI
I OUaer mother has been abroad d ail U winter Her Herfather Herhft Hexfther
father hft William K K Vanderbilt YM erbllt ie Isabroad Inabroad also alsoabroad
abroad abroadHow abroadHow abroadHow
How long She will remain remainbre here te a mat ¬
ter t er r of conjecture It te not stated whether whetherhw WJtetllerlwr whetherher
hw tWo boys will accotnp0ny ItCCOtn ny her or orwhat orwhAt orwhat
what Other e ther companions c nimnicna she 8l e will UI have haveUnder JianUnder haveLJKIOr
Under the terms ter of tile Marlborough MarlboroughsepaKitlon Mar MarlborougheepaUon to h hHPA
sepaKitlon HPA t19n it te a question n whether the theboys theboys
boys the Marquis of BbiRdfnrd now 110 in inhte inhIS inhis
hIS tenth tentllyear year and Lord Ivorchas Spencer SpencerChurchill SpencerChurchill
Churchill who will be nine in inOctober inOctobercould October Octobercould Octobercould
could be with their mother here fer any anyength
length len l of time Tttfe agreement is under understood understood understood ¬
stood to have i been > een that tht ty y should shoulddivide L Ldivide
divide the t year Y r between their parents parentsbut J8rentsbut rents rentsbut
but that the duke would have hav full control controlof controlof controlof
of th their lr education until tJiey tpe became 01 01age o oIre oiage
age and that the duchesl ducheaL although she sbecould shecould sIecould
could take her sons to the Continent dur during durng ¬
ing I ng tlielr holidays agreed agTe d not to bring
them to America m > rica for any an extended extended pe period pe p ¬
riod i Iod while hilt they the are minors minorsmCARAGUA minorsNICARAGUA minorsNICARAGUA
NICARAGUA A COMMON FOE FOEIliiil FOEDIul
Iliiil ol South American AVar Inr nr Be ¬
lieved to Be In Sight Now NowAdvices XowAdvtces NosyAd1ces
Advices which have reached the State StateDepartment StateJpartment StateJepartment
Department lend officIAls to Infer that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there te now in the process of organiza organization organlzaUGn organizatn ¬
tion an alliance between Honduras HondurasGuatemala HondurasGua HondurasGuatumaM
Guatemala Gua mala Salvador and Costa < IDea Bicawith IDea1th Ricawith
with 1th Nicaragua as S a common enemy if ifthte Ifthi Ifthin
thin proves true tfut the end end df the Central C CentrslAmerican ntJ1l1 ntJ1l1American
American war may be in sight for or it is isnot Isnot l lnot
not believed Ileved that Nicaragua could hold holdher boldher holdher
her own against such a combination
Nicaragua has for years been domineer domineering domlnterIng domineering ¬
ing ever Bv r the rest of oCtheQ ottheCentral the Central ntrA1 American Americanstates Americanstat Americanstates
states stat ani an now that they had a good goodchanee goodchance ood oodehnee
chance to get even even they th will 111 probably
take it it President Pre ldent Z Zelnya Jny of Nicaragua Nicaraguaappears Nicaraguappearll Nicaraguaappear5
appears to be particularly disagreeable dls greeable
to the other countries count1l and they wish to
throw Wm him out of office officeThe officeThe officeThe
The government g Vfrnm nt here will do nothing
toward bringing an end to the war be between botWe betwoen ¬
tween ft Honduras and Nicaragua The Th
truth is that the government g vcrnment here la pret ¬
ty t much disgusted dlsgu tet1 with the whole row and
Is especially especial displeased dleple sOd because war was s
declared following promises promls S from trCVJt both bothcountries boUtcountries bothcountslen
countries that they the would w ld arbitrate their
disputes disputesThe dsMItesTbe dputesThe i
The American naval strength around
Central America Am licu now consisting of o the thegunboat th thgunboat
gunboat Marietta en n the Caribbean side sideand sideand
and the cruiser Chicago on tho Pacific Pacificwill Pacificwill
will be strengthened 8trenth ncd by bi two more ships shipsone shipsone shipsone
one on each 08 b aide aideVlrarlnln BIdeVlrtlnfn sideVirginia
Virginia Hot Spring Parlor Car
Commencing Mar Marlar Maroh 12ttoo 12 the 2 p m train
via Choslppake 8 Ohio 11 Ry wit f have PAr
lar car ar Washington to Virginia Hot
Springs without change daily Cx Sunday
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PftMfiQ vjUiiliio COMES FO EAR rutt FOR R MILLIONS MILLIONSCIliaf MTTTTAMQ llLlIUflb llLlIUflbChief LLIONS LLIONSChief
Chief CIliaf Commander COIlUl1an Cl of Salva Salvation SalationAll11Y SalvationAimy ¬
tion tionAll11Y Army in i 1Nev New Yorlrf YorlrfTOy Y Yor1cTO ork orkTO
TOy TO FOUND NEW INSTITUTION INSTITUTIONGen
Gen AVIIIInm 11111111 Booth tiny SO He Jf Will WillCollect VIII VIIICol1cct VI1iCollect
Collect Great Fund 111111 to UntnMinh EtttuJJUhhnt EstablishWhat UntnMinhWhat
What hnt Will Ill In Time TIIJI lie Culled CulledThe CuIcdr CulledThe
The r le University of Humanity Humanityon Jhllllunlt Itznnnityla Itznnnitylaon l
on HIM III Way Ta to Japan JapanNfcw Jnl1llnl JapanNew
New l Yurfc Mar Marak fc SLMgen 1en WHftaK WHftaKBeeth W9iltamBooth filial filialBeOtb
Booth BeOtb conimaailer coli coMthandceCthe itaItdw eC et tIt tb dtfota mtfop Army Armyarrival A Arrfvjd Aflu Afluaniv
rrfvjd arrival aniv d here t tedU > ay on A O the tueAtlantic Atlantic ttAfltle trans transport trt trtt trtisoct
port t Utter 11 Mtuoeanofls If Ifi Iifs vnts mat 8F m me t tzatMk
e l t1oa t1oaratW = th thmtled
zatMk d drive dtte te the hBa hBaFourteenth 11 on onlotIrteeftth onFourteenth
Fourteenth street streetThere 8treftT streetThere
There T re has been some 80m mystery about the themtef t tmllston
mtef mllston km of oCOen Gen Booth to toAnae Araftrlcft Aiuex1awgy a on his hisway hisvIy I
way to Japan but t the mystery ystQ y was was ex explaltMd oxigalued x xptatoed
ptatoed when he announced anuouncddthnt d that he WItS WItSmn10lN wuanxious WHSanxious
anxious to see Andrew Camegletnld Canwgte and John JohnD JohnD JokeD
D Rockefeller He H will not tot teive saie hte htewish his hiswish
ideI
wish in the latter case eaae forlfee for the reason reasonUutt reaeontbt reasonthat I
that Mr Rockefeller Rockefeller has haaJet left J CtJ his Lake Lakewood Lakewood I Iweed
wood home borne for Augu Au Auguet t Ga Ga on account accountof accountof accountof
of the Illness of o bis daughter Mrs Me MeCormtek MtCormiok c cCunnlok
Cormtek CunnlokCome
Come to Jlnlne Millionfrom Million IIIlIoisMymIssIoa 0 0I
MymIssIoa I JIIIhMdoa In N New York 1 to JtiH JtiHtr relsexisi
from m xisi UMMM to 6180 0MW said Gen GenBosth GenJoiIth Gemsilogth
Bosth I 1 am seeking to get setII1s this large largefund lUbetUAd larg largfund
fund for f r the purpose of establishing eMabJ1sltln etablishlngwhal etablishlngwhalwill what whatwin bot botwm
win In the end be called The T The Theof e UBlvdf Ity Ityof t7 t7of
of HumanityTI Humanity HumanityTinsproposed
TI Tinsproposed PrOp ed humanitarian Institution Institutionalms hlt1 inat1tmt1ualni tfOh tfOhatms I
alms alni to have a a branch braneJt1tere braachh here re nnd nnlIthf the other otherIn Ut thel thelIn t tIn
In London It will be for Or the the porrhftneat porrhftneatuplifting poct porftiftiieii porftiftiieiiupufting i1tnt i1tntuplltltng
uplifting of o humanity hulft ftlty Its HsnlS9f mission ttwfll ttwfllbe will willbe fll fllbe
be the saving Ylag of men m n everywhere e evsh rjwh re frdn frdnvice rnSit rnSitme I Ivice
vice crime and all al the other evils eJ18iltteHd eJ18iltteHdaitt attend attendaht Lttendant
ant upon pofvefty pofveftyI
I weukl like to see s si e Mh M t CaYnoSi carn I > 1 1think Itk V Vthink
think his lal phifcuithroptty generous g nerous as gaIs Itis ItisI It Itok ok okIsnot
I Isnot Is not always aimed al ltocI quite in n the rigltt riglttdirection rtgtetdirection righidirection
direction directionllni directionI directionline
line IlM Million in Litigation 1UJgntiollGen IItIgntImiGems LitigationGen
I
Gen Booth said that the tlC 8 sum lJt of f fi 52 2 2oiti
109009 i COO had already been beengIente given t stieb stieban amid IC ICau I Ian
an InetitutioR by the will d Ju dit u rick Tl rlc lx lAm lAmdon Lendon n ndon
don merchant m nsez4hant lI t but the fU1dls fundIs n5f iThvnii iThvniiable av iua iuaable M MaWe
able by reason reJiHn rep on of litigation UUs tfOil otr the theestate tlteeatate timi timiestate
estate estateGen eatateGen
Gen Booth win be seventyeight even eventtIht ep IL years yearsohl yrarc yrarcokl yearuki I
ohl on April 11 lie will ut ceiounate celob ulobiatte tte this tiihfanniversary thisanniversary thP C Canniversary
anniversary in the Pacific P8clfic 6oean oeaai on his hisway hisway liii C CWay
way to Japan J pan where he hopes to Hud a abrood abrond S Sbroed
brood Held of labor for the thearnty army He Heexpects H Hexpects 1F 1Fexpects
expects to be here only two twoorth or orthiectlay orthiectlay1fl1 thrtsedays thrtsedaysanil c dli s santI
anil antI will speak In Toronto Torontot next t Sunday SundayWhile Sun SundayWhII w wWhile
While WhII in the Dominion DoinlnlOnhe he TvlIL cwJlf be beenter beentertalned enter entertained entertatised ¬
tained by Earl Ores 01 the thhlieutenant lieutenant gov governor g groor gorernor ¬
ernor ernorBesides ernorBesides roor
roorBMdes Besides the plan for the the humanitarian humanitarianuniversity l hum umanltarinnuntver nitarhu S Suniversity
university untver ttY Gen Booth has a 8 plan for forthe forUle fo r rthe
the establishment or sinniH sinn p farm arm colonies coloniesall coloniesall S Sall
all around New Yorki YorkHe He thinks such sucha 1 1a
a a plan would afford great relief for the thepoor Ul Ulpoor C Cpoorof
poor poorof of the city and bring about a prac practical practlcal proctical ¬
tical revolution in the course of years He Healso He1so H Haim
also 1so has a big plan for the founding of a aSalvation nSalvation i 1 1Salvation
Salvation Army Arm colony in South Africa
I ASK INQUIRY FOR OIt HILL ROAD KOADPhllrulelphlnns ROADPhI1alcIph1ans
I
Phllrulelphlnns Plannllcl phlnUM Want Itconrnnizn Itconrnnizntioii ne Ucsrgnnlzation rJ n hll
tioii Method InroHtiRrnteil InroHtiRrnteilPhiladelphia IUTelCtlJlltellPhiladelphia Invest1gntemhPhiladelphia
11
Philadelphia March 5 5Presldent 5PresldentRooseoeJt President PresidentRoosevelt t tRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is to be asked by b Phllcviel Phllcvielphians Phl1adelphmns PhIla4clphians
phians to cause an investigation of the th C Creorganization j I Ireorganization
reorganization methods by which James JnmesJ S SJ 1 1J
J Hill and J Pierpont Morgan oxer xer xercisoci Qr Qrclsod i icisod
cisod their control over the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPacific r rPacific
Pacific Railroad d for tho enrichment of ofthemselves otthemselcs o f fthemselvos
themselves nd their associates a oclnte to the theextent thocte th C CeXteflt
extent cte t of many man million dollars d dollarsThe IJnrs IJnrsThe j
The committee of oCPhlh Philadelphia lelphla holders holdersof S SOf j jof
of Northern Pacific shares of which whichCharles whIchCharJeS whIc II IICharleel
Charles Fearon head of the thcflnn firm of ofCharles ofChrles o oCharles
Charles Fearon Co bankers and andbrokers undbtok an d dbsokero
brokers btok ts is chairman has
gathered proofs proofsbearing proofs proofsbearing S Sbearing
bearing upon their allegations nllcgaU J1s that thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands and thousands of other oth r stockholders stockholdersthroughout stockho1 Jrs Jrstbroughout 5 5throughout
throughout the country have been becngriev becngrievously griev grievously grle grleousy ¬
ously wronged In the HillMorgan reor reorbfUllzation rootganization j
ganization ganizationIn
In the meantime the committee 15 Is ac accumulaUng atcumulating 1 1cumulating
cumulating evidence for presentation presQntadon to tothe t o othe
the courts C urts for legal proceedings proceedingslloMclierry proceedingsUOHeJJerr proceedingsltoseberry
lloMclierry UOHeJJerr Opposes Lord I rll Curzon CarzonLondon CurzonIAndon CurzonLondon
London March atCh 5 5ExPrIme ExPrime Minister MinisterLord MinISterJord r rLord
Lord Roseborry has been nominated nominatedas fi fian
as Chancellor or Oxford University in inopposition Inop I a aopposition
opposition op osltlon to Lord Curion exViceroy exViceroyof exVicero exViceroof
of India The election will take tak place placeon placeon plac C Con
on March 14 1 I ICnall
Coal ecU Coal ConlL Goal GoalThe GonUTh GoalT
The Th T ofrst NIL suited J Maury raur Dove Company Compmyz r
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WILL PLACARD PLAGARD WH W1flT wHJip EBEOUSE EBEOUSEHealth ± HOUSE HOUSEi HOUSEHeulth OUSE OUSEhealth
< i
Health Ollfcer flf r t to Put IflnfiiheriaJnrd IjJ Iflnfiiheria flIpithcrIac b rlll rlllnrd
c Jnrd nrd Xear enr Archies ArclllefDo Door DoorArchie DoorArchbe r rArchie
Archie Roosevelt the PregtdJlifs PrssIits third thirdson tklAi101I thirdIon
son who Is I recovering < from an mettack attack t ofi otdtplr cidiphtheria
diphtheria dtplr rIa was declared to be out of ofdanger ofclaasv ofdanger
danger yesterday morning JDOmIn by I Dr Rlxey Rlxeytne RlxeatieDdla Rixeythe
the attending atieDdla physician physicianArchie pbyaldaaArdde physicianArchle
Archie passed a line night said Pl PlRtxey Dr DrRtscey DrLitxey
Rtscey and a Is I doing dot Just a an well wellPMAlJ eB as eJM eJMpossiMr 00dM 00dMpossibly
possibly be b hoped for He seeing new tebe 18Ite te tobe
be out of danger dangerBy dangerBy r rBr
By order of Health Ofifcer O W C Co
Woodward Wood a placard denottet de deeace denOt1a1M e pres presence ¬
Once ef diphtheria will be Biacsti ae within wttWatII withinthe withinthe
the White Whl House Ho today efifcitt < nUn nUneatton m netlfication Uft Uftcatton
eatton of the illness Ilia of ArcMk Ijteoeevelt eo eyclt elt
having been received by tnfe health de department de department dcpertinent ¬
partment from Surgeon O oiwraI nenU Rlxey Rlxeyyesterday Rlxe Rlxeynt Rtxeyyesterday
yesterday yesterdayThe ynt yesterdayThe nlaJ nlaJThe
The law requires T > the dffplfty y of ofplacard a aplacard aplacard
placard bearing the words DJ pJbhtherUi pJbhtherUiwithin hthert p1thOrIswithin
within 1Wa To remove reippv thin card wftbont time tnepermission tJkoper timepermlision
permission per permlision alon of the health officer o Is uajtw Pt
fwi m front of the premise sr r art etertments t tu
ments u occupied ky tne tnewnrd thpeM tJr tJry r W4
ward yssterdajr evy y sta stapatient C Cpatient tMji ibm ibmpatient
patient la in a bnttdfeg bnttdfegfor bulId4 l ltor notd
for purely y residential nurposer the theptaeard
placard te di thpte4 bMMd unless speeial speeialreasons pee peetor
reasons for a oontrary ettesry procedure tIre appaar appaarwithin app ar
within 1thln the burning bulfilD beIIn < at or near the apart apartm apartlNata apartmantaotbctIent
m lNata mantaotbctIent mantaotbctIentTh4a ats of t te patient Jt JtThis
This courajV cour snM Dr Wood Woodw Woodwwu WoO4Jwayd WoO4Jwaydwaa ward wardwas
was followed tOllowed1IiIIth tAth respect to the placard rd
big of the Whke House H u e during a similar mllar
finns of one of o the t gtantlchlidren of r
President Harrison Ham The placard tIacardwaa was dis displayed Pa ¬
played at a point within the White w1 lt House HousevAere e r rwhere
where it would Id give warning w as to the t
location of the he infected apartments rt1Aeftt and amiwms andWU ant I Iwas
was not displayed from the front of the
1MII1dts building The same m course will be fol ¬
lowed Jow in the present instance instanceMIRBANKS InstD InstDFAIRBANKS InaanceFAIRBANKS
FAIRBANKS ACTIVE IN WEST WESTVice WESTVice
Vice President Presid ntB Begins B gjnsBuilding Building Up Upan Upan Upan
an Organization Organi ± ation ti n for 1908j 1908 1908IInWto
j
IInWto 1 iInItoCnre nII t Cnrnture CnYJj ure Aprthern mid and Went Wentc We ct ctStnJci t tcfcn
cfcn c Slnten StnJci Slnteiiandliopcn niid lId Hope fQ ell to iOlJ I Be Sec Second Secou Seeolid
ond ou Choice in InOhio InOhioJndiaanpofls Ohio OhioIndlanaiHins hlo
0 0J 0INI
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IndlanaiHins INI uPot March Marett 6 iJee VJee President PresidentFairbanks PlellkletttFJdrbltftkJi PresidentFuirheiska
Fairbanks and am his iaughter Mrs John JohnWesley JohnWeete JohnWey
Wesley Tinunons arrived from WashinR WashinRton Vanhlngtomstoday
ton tomstoday today day and tomorrow afternoon and andevening andeYeDXr andesuntsmg
evening eYeDXr Mr Fairbanks will receive efve the themembers themembers themembers
members of the legislature sssteted by byJMrs byIn byMrs
Mrs In Tlmmous TlmmousIt Tlm TlmmougIt 0 0H
It is lsamouuced u announced that te Vice President Presidwitwill Presidentwilt
will 111 3Pft11the spend the spring spdn and sedihmnimser stammer IJ11er in this thisefts thl8elt thiseu
efts elt taking I hte usual outing euu euUnon tSon on his hl farm farmIn farmIn farmin
In Illinois IllinoisPollticHl Illinois I11IDQ1P
PollticHl P ltlnal friends of the Vice President Pnjsidentsay P Presidentthat dent
say 8 that he will Vtll begin at t once to build buildp bulla1Ip buildImp
Imp p an organization olsutz U n In the States Stute of the UieNorthwest UleNorthwMt theZtorttweat
Northwest wlterehe nbere re be has done practi pracUw1y practbndlyno tdy tdyno
no work because hecaU8eoC of his efforts to organ organize organIze ¬
ize a following in n the South during the tlicTJast theJjUt thcliast
TJast winter They say IIIt he has been very verysuccessful verysucccmbftml ery erysuc
successful suc ed fulthtre there and andfiom from vein now on on thcfe thcfewill thcr thcrwilt thefOwill
will be conferences ronf > n tos with leading J leadlIs dh1 polio pplitlcliyis poliocttss JlU JlUclns
cliyis cttss of the Northern N ortbern and andWeetern Western States Statesand Statesan Statesand
and an plans laid hI to capture CApture their delegations delegationsto elebaUonsto
to the national convention conventionMr conventionMr
Mr Fairbanks FB1t anJts in said to have received receivedencouragement lWeledencouragemtnt receivedencouragement
encouragement even from Ohio where wherethe wherthe wherethe
the rival ambitions of Taft and Foraker Forakerare Forakerare Forakerare
are expected exPtet ed to put that State In a u posi position position position ¬
tion where it cannot c nnot expect anything
from the party at large arid the VicePresldents Vice VicePresidents VicePresidents
Presidents friends are now working with witha Witha tlt tlta
a view to getting him named second secondchoice secondchoice econdchoice
choice of the delegation feeling aura sur that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the time will come In the convention con nUon When Whensuch theasU hen hensUCh
such sU h an Instru Instruction t would give him the thedelegation thed81ga thedolegatlon
delegationBeprln d81ga delegation dolegatlonBegin lon loneln
Begin eln T Long onpr Wireless Test TestLondon Tests TelitMIoQdon TestsLodou
London March S iA A dispatch to the theDaily the theDeily theDaily
Daily Mall from Copenhagen says 8 JS that thatexperiments thatexperlmei thatexperhuc
experiments experlmei experhuc ts in wireless telegraphy be between be betwecn between ¬
tween Denmark DOt mark and America were Ijpgun Ijpgunlaet Q bpgulilast sut sutlast
last week from Poulsona Station near
Copenhagen It tJs is generally believed that thitlthe thnltile thatthe
the results were w re sfltlsfactoi sfltlsfactoiGov antIstactOGuy tlSCcto tlSCctoGo
Guy Go J 1 II Tlinnma Dead DeadCincinnati DculC DeadClnclnntl
Cincinnati C lIChuDktt March arli1 i iGov GoV J B Thomas Thomasdf Thomasof
df the National Soldiers SoJ4lers Home at Day Dayton Dayton Dayton ¬
ton Ohio died of heart trouble today todayHe dny dnytie
He wns sovontyfour years of age and andfor ind indfor L Lfor
for fifteen years had been governor < rnor of ofthe orthe 01 01the
the homo He loaves l ves two daughters d ulhter8 And Andone Cndone nt I Ione
one son
5
Socialist Acraiu gnlll Defeated DefeatedLondon DetenteelIlondon DetcateilLondon
London March lt 5 iTh The tld tldQ j of o renction renctionagainst TCftctlonagainst L Lgtt1nst
against Socialism continues to sweep the thecbuntrj thecountl thecountry
country Wes West Somersetshire Sonlersetshlre held a county countycouncil c cOuntycouncil unty untycouncU
council councU consisting of forty ortnlno nino Reformers Reformersand Reformersand Reormerand
and twenty twentyProgrsslve Progressive Soclflllsts This ThisIs ThisIs m mIs
Is a great t reform n rorm gain gainWatfulnirtoii gInWn
4 4Wwihlngton
Watfulnirtoii Wn hlnto 1 Art Art Jnllerlri GnUlrl Gloninf Gloninfjut lloaingOut
jut ut Bale s io of old 1t1 mahogany furniture furnitureprints furnlturoprlntt furnitururint
prints rint r nlI 11 bo continued today at
11 a n to In and 3 p m mi
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iIMAjWORSTS CZAR OZARLow CZARLower
Lower Low l House Elects EIectsD81l10 EIectsD81l10crat Demo Democrat Dniocrat ¬
crat as Its 1 President PresidentPEOPLE PresidentPEOPLE PresideiitOPLE
PEOPLE PEOPLE OPLE LEN A1tE 11r PULL FuLL dONTBQt dONTBQtStreetJt CONTROL OONTEOLStreet CONTROLtreets
Street StreetJt S treets Ilned IJn d with Immense Mobs MolisWhich MobsWhichAre lolJI lolJIbleIaAleDlNperllecl
Which WhichAre bleIaAleDlNperllecl Are Dispersed l by > y Pollee nnd nndCoMxaukft nndCOJIIMn andCoesacksilave
CoMxaukft COJIIMn Coesacksilave clInc Have Learned L4nrn l 3IneiiSlnue 3IneiiSlnueDldKoIution Much lu 1a Since SinceDhumlution SinceDissolution
Dissolution of last Parliament ParliamentMonurcIilNtH larlluDlcnt310nnrcl lnrhlzinentMonarchists
Monarchists 310nnrcl lHb Have IOS 1O Votes VotesSL VotesSt ottJC ottJCSL
SL St B tersurs r March K Tednr Tednrlearned r rthe ex exeM
eM lIIINC1M helC tba4 srhmg srhmgI g
t I trvm if = the Msil 1 1JI
rnt p the iii iiiasme4 L
learned 1 asme4 more JI Ore than tne lite he governmeiit 1Il1t l It Itte Itt Iithe
te t 1 the evident late ttMaet ef a g great w Ma MaY mey a aJerfey
Jerfey j Y of tfceDouma Ute Do Dunme te ngltt isttt11t seriously seriouslyt s0x4mm s0x4mmt
11t a t tide ttaTM aobThe atasloft atasloftThe
I The seiectioK cUoii of the new Jiew newS presMeutM pF4SItMColovine presMeutMGolovine t tCoIo1ne
Golovine a CbtwtUuttowsX Betnoerat by byr byvote byy
a vote y te oC S to l lis amber r tribute trHmteto tributeto tributeo
to t o the t teachability teacbaitilty of f the Russian aa poUt politcal poutal
cal c al parties His 11 outward appearance appearanceindieates a appearancectes tearaneeJDtIIeat8
indieates I ctes a Military UtaIT i as M L Mouromt Mouromtzdffr Mourountdid oorot oorot1JIIr
zdffr 1JIIr did a professional prof eisInuaI temperament temperamentIt
I It t te evident VIdet that bill chosen course will willbe willbe willbe
be to avoid sentimental and emotional emotionalInfluences e1llOt1ollal1aJiftlKes emotionalndueneos
Influences I and fight tbe bureaucracy reauc1lLC7 by bysheer byshefr byheer
sheer s heer strewgnt with lIh calmness ct Todays Todaysproceedings To4aTzp Todyrpraceedtn
p praceedtn proceedings nifr08tU1t aeunt success for him himCoancil himCouncil himcounJii
Council counJii of Umpire EumpireOenei Oneiicil
The council of the Empire was also alsoimfugerated a aIn aimutugerated
In l imfugerated ugt < > rated today toda It was remarfc remarkable remarkableitefly 1Iud Ietbtefty ie ieeMefly
eMefly itefly for the absence e f Count Wftte Wfttea Wttteand VkteIUId
and a < l M PobtedOROstaeff PoWedoRCNfl < formerly pro proe proev protor
e ev ntar tor general genal of the Hefty Synod Af After After Attat ¬
ter the religious gloua ceremony and the formal formalinangiiraUett formalraUen formalnauguration
inangiiraUett i raUen of the session the only onlybusiness eelTbiMII onlybusiness
biMII business transacted trun eted v vu to hold a me menidrial lM lMmortal memoml1
mortal service for Gen Ighatteff I Ig tetr a aVTetint aIIR aetim
VTetint etim IIR of u4Rsd tIRemI Red Terrier TerrierThdQe TnrtorTtt TerrierT6e
ThdQe Ttt was Was no serious disorder er duringthe dbrt dbrtthe during ehirtiegthe
the session aa ktl1 but the crowds outside the thepak Uteptllttee thepaIncewe
pak ptllttee paIncewe ce4 were were UII unrmft unruly ll and several times timeshad tatsIMtd timesheal
had tobe to be driven back ek by infantry and andmounted aJMlnounted andmounted
mounted genaarmes g 1RetC After the adjourn adjournment adjournm adjournmeat ¬
m meat nt however there was w a great eat demon demonstration deMOnstration demonstratton ¬
stration by Socialises Socia1les s hi the crowd of of4900i oCwOOO
4900i persons outsWethe OU t1te palace and the themounted bemounted themounted
mounted police and anclaolclttJa soldiers used severe severemeasures 8eVftemeaurea severemeasures
measures to restore r stdie order charging Into mtothe mWtthe Intothe
the crowd and striking Iklg people right and andleft aMIrlt andheft
left leftAttempts
Attempts w wepe made to renew the dem demonstration delDonstnttlonatd 4cmomsatratton ¬
onstration onstnttlonatd a a3md d Csesaehs and finally the theChovaller theCfttovaller theChevalier
Chevalier G GJAr iards were WeNonlera oruersd out out the theCossacks UwC theConeneks
Cossacks C SatQ contrary COftlntry to eustom t carrying carryingtheir rarryht1JIeir earryhegtheir
their lances lancesWOMAH Jan JanWOMANENDS lanNsWOMANENDS
WOMAH WOMANENDS ENDS LIFE LIFEBY BY FIRE IHLEPoverty FIREPono PIREPovert
Poverty Pono Povert t Hc nolllet > IIeye l to to llnvc Driven Driven3IrM DrheulrH Drivenm
m Mrs lrH ioldifnlicr oldIJRI cr to the Deed Deedlill DCellPhUadeiphla DeedPhlkieleiphln
PhUadeiphla lill < ielphln March Ia h krWltli Wltt her cloth clothIng clothIllS clothtug
IllS burned b l1ted red frent rem her bpdy and ltd her hfts flesh fleshscoretted fleshSiOreIhtl
s scoretted rc1tellaRd and blackened Mrs Yett Yetta Gold GoWaaber GoldMqer Goldeaher
aaber 313 CaCharine c tJaari 1e street treet wag liS found foundlying foundlying footedlying
lying on the floor ot the cellar of a aNeighbors alelgbbors aieIghbors
Neighbors house e Just Ju t before fore 6 oclock oclockthis oelO oclockthis < k kthis
this morning Life was s almost extinct extinctand extlnetand extinctand
and before a patrol p trol wagon ago ari atJnd arvved ired te take takeher tkch takeher
h her r to a hospital she he expired expiredFrom expiredFrom ptred ptredFrom
From the investigation 1 eatigatlon which they have havethus havethQS havethus
thus far made m d the pollee ol the Second Secondnnd Secondan Secondend
end an Christian streets station say they theyarc tM tMure theare
arc convinced that the woman deliber deliberately d deliberately lber lberalel ¬
ately alel set fire to her clothing with 1lb suicidal suicidalIntent suicidalIntent suicidalIntent
Intent IntentA IntentA IntentA
A circumstance which they declare declarepoints deelArepoints
points to this decision was the presence presenceof presenceor
of a can half filled with kerosene beside besideher besideher besideher
her on the collar floor with evidence that thatpart thatpart thatpart
part of its contents had had ad been poured POUred upon uponher uponher uponher
her clothing Half Hn1fburnt biirnt lIrnt matches wore worealso wor woreelso
also found foundIt foundIt foundIt
It has also been n learned tho police aay aaythut mythat y ythntthe
that thntthe the woman was unHappJ in her homo homolifo homolIe homelife
lifo and quarreled with her husband husbandshortly husbandshortly husbandshortly
shortly before her ht > r deaths deathsThe dElftt1 dElftt1The dentlaThe
The house of the Goldsabars GoJdstt > ers was 5 found foundIn roundIn foundin
In a pitiable condition of poverty Therewas Therewns There JisereWRs
was hardly any nn furniture in It It most m t of oftho oftho oftire
tho family f mlly belongings b longlngs evidently having
been disposed dlsj OOcd > of In order to buy food foodBaltimore foodUnJthnore foodlialtimnore
Baltimore t 0 Ohio to Cincinnati Cinclnfl ti nod nDtJSt nDtJStLouill St StLouli StLouis
LouliThree LouillThrce Louis LouisThree
Three through veetlbuied trains daily dailysplendidly dallysPlondldly dailysplendidly
splendidly equipped qulpped without change of ofcars orMrs ofcars
cars S55B55 i5 i the tb Da Daylight lhht Train Traln
loaves Washington S a J m reaching Cin Cincinnati Clnclnnnt1 cm cmcinnati ¬
cinnati before midnight same day with
Pullman drawingroom sleeping car The TheSt TheS1 TheSt
St St Louis Limited leaves Washington Washington4c05
4c05 4cO p m arriving Cincinnati 8C5 8 a m mLouisville mLoulsvUlc
Louisville 1150 11 O a m St Louis 557 it p m mwltli mwith mwith
with drawinjfroom sleeping cars to CIa Cincinnati clnIunntl CIaeinnatl ¬
cinnati and St Louis and dining car carr The
St Louis Express leaves le vS Washington
1240 night arrives Cincinnati 536 a6 p 1 m mLouisilllo 01LoulSflto
Louisilllo 920 p m St Louis 7S n m mwlthdrawlngroom mwlthdrawlngroom n nwithdrnwIngroom
wlthdrawlngroom sleeping cars nrs find din ¬
ing cars Reservations at 1417 G st nw w
CIS Pa ave arid nd Station N J ave und
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Indicted IloxSiPIreft DOli Jee and UMX tO4il BnllIn DailIH flail flailIs
In DecIare I Korfeiteil KorfeiteilSan PorrcltecJSalt ForfeiteilSsn
San Francisco March S 5Abe Abe R Ref ef Ute UicIndicted UteIlJdl thendl
Indicted IlJdl ndl tDd bow lJ le I a fugitive from Jutetiee JutetieeAh jWtJeeAit jiMicaAit
Ait attachment ttl hrnent has been b en Issued J for Rwef Ruefs Ruefsreit er a aWritest
Writest 11 reit by Superior Sup r Judge Dunne and nd his Mss hisIO hisu
s ll IO of MM Mt has been declared forfeited forfeitedTm forfeitedj4
IO Tm j4 > Is the result re ult of Ruefs Rue failure to toappear tiP toap
appear ap iP Coday tbdaywleh day when wJtenlrlll Iris case wa W called calledfrtriai calledIfr CalledtriI
Ifr frtriai trl triI t for extortion extortion against the FrencJi FrencJiaetRUTHiH lrenc1t1II Prenciredtnmlrtflt
redtnmlrtflt aetRUTHiH 1II CIlUI1l keeptsra Judge JlN1 e Dunne acted actedHV4tbe aet aetztJHI aete4i4tb
ztJHI HV4tbe i4tb theory that there had been beeB regu regular 1eIIUhit rngulay ¬
hit legal proceedings pr pebeoedin before Hebbsrd yes yesterOay ye8 ye8tr yestrsy
terOay terOayThree trsyThree ay ayThree
Three times Beers name was called calkdand elleftand calledand
and when noreply ltO pI was wa made a ben lienWInrant broth brothWemrimnt h hwarrant
warrant vtoe ytan gimu lss 6a d for or WB hB hiarleat kjrfcat Twice Twicethe TwkMUte Twkethe
the court took recess to pfiWlt tt the elmer sheriff bfrII elmer1ff ¬
iff to find the furtive rtHh Tlfen when beD the thesneriff thellllerttl thesheriff
sheriff reported that be poeM could not limed limedRicf find findSM0f tinder
SM0f er Judge Dunne Dunn ordered adjournment adjournmentuntil adjournmefttU adourtunelituntfl
until U tU tomorrow tOoo lOrr with wk tb t the underatandhtg underatandhtgtfcat UlMler3ta undoratasdlngdent dlnt dlntIIt
dent if the sheriff tr f is not able to bring bringItoef bd bdRae bringReal
Rae into court assistance will be sought soughtDistrict ioihtDistrict t tDlatrtct
District Attorney Honey wanted the theJudge tileJwd 1150judge
Jwd Judge to appoint Detectives Burns and andBtWser UMIBt and3tiesr
BtWser Bt ami 8Jk guarHitteed gu nulteed that he would would9rd wouldJt woulduee
Jt 9rd uee ce Huef Rue in Ii half an hour hOur The Judge Judgerefuged jwbeed judgereCessed
reCessed ed It Is 1 not believed that Roof
hu skipped out or Is eves 111 hiding but butUlat beltthat
that the boN Efmply gave orders to the tJMs theaber
s aber to overlook him until he shall UTe UTetoIrftd havefbUfld
toIrftd some new new proe to eVade tile Jaw JawEXGOV lawEXGOV
EXGOV BATES HURT HUBTColliHlon IIURTTollltdon HURTCollision
Collision Tollltdon of n Boston < lon Trolley C Curs irs In JnJnrcd InJ Injrired
Jnrcd J rcil a Dozen In IRlc lnsMcngersr lnsMcngersrBou enKcr enKcrB enJertlMarch
B Bou 4on March 5 iFo Former r Oov John L LBfttes L31ttes Lifitss
Bfttes was severely bruised as were a atfoveti aen ad
d tfoveti en other passengers ngers in 11 a eolllsknn n be between be betwHit isotWeen ¬
tween tWeen two electric eJee ie cars in the East Bos Boston not Do Dotan ¬
ton tunnel l about 7 oclock tonight tonightMatthew wnidUMattIMw tonightMatthew
Matthew Corslek motormaa motorman had hie hieleg hieIe Isleleg
leg broken and Jajwos W Watts WattssengBr a ag pan pannsngr
sengBr g was so seriooaly sei1 u cut that be hem bewu bewe
m wu taken wk to a a h bOegdtII 0f lt tal l An eastbound eastboundcar eDtboUndea
car c was makliig the stop at the Atlantic AtlanticaVemie AtiRaticusme I
aVemie usme station 8tatI D where the tunnel runs runsunder runsunder I IulliAer
under the harbor when whe suddenly a big bigChelsea bigCheleis I
Chelsea elM car dl1 dashed ItecI down d J the steep grade gradeand snM1ealld gradeand
and collided with tt the first car carThe carThe I
The passengers in the latter were werethrown werethrown I Ithrown
thrown into a heap and broken gle gleflew glass glassflew 1ai8 1ai8lit
flew in I every direction Mr Bates Ba es was wasaboard wat washerS
aboard the t Ea Eat t Boston B ear and was wasthrew WUttareWII wasthrown
threw thrown from his seat seatCANNON MatCANNON seatCANNON
CANNON OFF 9FFFOR FOE PANAMA PANAMAispenkcr PANAMASpenker PANAMASpeaker
Speaker IIcnilN Jle ul Con Congressional re rMMfonnl Mioiinl rurry rurryto rUlt rUltto Inrtyto
to Inspect Cnnnl CnnnlNew CllnnlNew CanaLNew
New York March 5 Uncle l ncle Joseim epItG JosephCOannoa epItGCannoa G GCannon
Cannon Speaker Speakj of the House of Repre Representatives Re Reta Reprosietativon ¬
sentatives ta n8 jollied to today day wkh a party partyf part partc
c f seventeen ayet1 n congressmen DeII oil the Ham HamNnrgAmerleKn HamAJMrtean HamburgAmerican
NnrgAmerleKn AJMrtean her Btuchar bound for fora I fora T Ta
a cruise hi the West Indies I Aftefcwklmi ArterJoetd Afte Aftolooking
looking Joetd around youpd the tbeADtlDN Antines the thepar17 thepar17expects party partyexpects partyexpects
expects to j Jumn across to tobere Panama Panamawhere Panamawhere
where bere it wilt be strengthened by June JuneCure Juact1Ire Junetre
Cure with nheHjer boer r Congressional COD nal party partywhich part7which partywhich
which aaite lis tomorr to tomorrow w on the Alllanca AlllancaA AlIIancaA A111JIeA
A thorough thorout htspectiett Iupee M of rf the canal canalwork canalwork canalwork
work wiUbe will be e made by the party 117 They Theywill Tbe Tbewill Theywill
will spend nearly Mart a month tla m ttt the Canal CanalZone canalZone CaniAempsPing
Zone ZoneAeceotfwnyta
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Aeceotfwnyta II Speaker Cannon are hte htesecretary 1CoIL 1 1ieerolary
secretary Gel CoIL LrWhtt rWIII Bnsney Senator SenatorCS SetMtkwa SenatorrLoC
CS a rao tfsVof Kiuieas KaMa 1 Bi ipeieatatlvis IP reientatives atatlv James JamesJL JIUIIOiSha
JL 2 Sha ShaJe 3n ya v asjinv2 JLUttUF i JJttnuer and andJ I IJ
J Je Van fy YecKtea Ye eaeIi ta1oUtL OTeott ef New York YortJames YGItJam YorkJOmon
James A TKwaey1 TaWof of Minnesota M1e ealHa Henry HenryC
C Leudenoiager DC New N Jersey lVlt lVltHAM WftB Wil11am >
HAM B McKmWy McK oC IWnsfe ItII hi and JMN JMNC J1UMIi J1UMIiC JsaeC
C fivenham v ihamt dud Dr C P Hough H of ofChampaign CCbampa ofChampaign
Champaign Cbampa III IIIVATICAN mYATIOAN IllYATIOA
VATICAN TURNING TO ITALY ITALYCrisis ITALYCrisis ITALYCrisis
Crisis in France Making for Recon Reconciliation Recon Reconcilia Recoioiiatioh ¬
ciliation cilia h with Quirinal QuirinalItaly QuirinalHnl
Italy Hnl Already Practically Prnetlenll Succeed I
France HH 8 lrotector of Church ChurchRone ChurchIII ChurchInMtttuiona
III InMtttuiona fH d J1I1 ht Bast BastRome IlsestRosa
Rome Rosa March iBtIdaop Bishop Bonoroelli BoDonJeu1 Booom lli of ofCremona ofCftmoIia ci r rcnnda
Cremona tne te e Most liberal Italian prelate prelatewho PItItewia prelnlewho
who wia te a strong advocate advocate Yeea of a reeonciua reeonciuatlon JIeCI8IICftia JIeCI8IICftiattoa reconeillatioss
tlon betvN Met between en Uw Quhiaal and the Vat Valica Va VacaHa
ca caHa can te visiting here ere to pay homage bema e to tothe tothe Ii Iithe C
the Pope Ha had ma audience with 1th ex exQlieen exQtleen oxQpeen
Qlieen Qtleen Margherita Mar berita yesterday and was re received re received reccved ¬
ceived by the King lJ g today Heretofore Heretoforetbe Heret 1Jeretoforethe Cor Corthe
the Italian btenojw P6 when wheW in Rome re refrained re retrained retrained ¬
trained trained from association U8 c1a with lth members memblrs of ofthe f ftbe F Fthe
the royal family Iflahop Bonentelli has hastherefore ba barOlP hasthrefore
therefore rOlP bridged the abyss separating separatingthe aepntttllltbe separstintthe
the Vatican and QuirinaL QuirinaLAlthough QlrtMlI QisirtastAlthough
Although I this is not likely to cause an animmediate anImmediate az t timmediate
immediate change in the relations the theIncident theIDCldent liii C CIncident
Incident te 1 regarded as signiOeant sa tOf of the tbealtered theterro tIn tInitercd
altered terro tunes and mtjed of how ho the estrange estrangement estrangelI estrangemeat ¬
meat lI nt with France e is gradually drawing drawingthe dnL draivinithe jng jngtile
the Vatican nearer nrer to Italy which has haspractically basPractJcaHy hamIrctjcaBy
practically succeeded France Fra ce as the pro protector protector protcctor ¬
tector of Catholic Ca thoUe religions institutions nstltut1on in inthe totile ii I Ithe
the Hast HastA 5tA IastA
A prelate occupying one of the highest highestpositions t tltIo tpoeltiofte
positions ltIo at the Vatican commenting commentingupon CO IlIJt1Itintupon conunendnmu
upon u the present t acute phase of the thechurch theelaurcti tin C Cchurch
church crtote citllltl in tnPtaDee Prance said saidThe leI leITJte idThe
The war that Is now being waged wagedagainst wagedsa wng I Iagdns
against sa the cbtireh forms part of M Mdemeneeaus 11CldneoeeIUIs MCletneneesus
demeneeaus political programme The TheVatican l11eVatbR e eVatican
Vatican will be shown sh wn no quarter guart r AH AHpossible A Allpo I Ipendfthle
possible po effort elrorur and metbojtte h1et will be beadopted bedopt is S Sadopted
adopted dopt to todiscrtodit discredit the Holy See The TbeVaticans Theik8rs C CVaticans
Vaticans official dentals de have been over overlooked overIGoked overlooked ¬
looked and Its silence been mteinter mteinterI ml84nterPreted mislntorjbted
I Preted reted as s a sign st of inability to defend defenditself defftdIwelf defenditself
itself Facts and events have hav been jug Joggfc jugwith juggiesi
gfc giesi i with altered alte d and misconstrued The TheVatican TheYatlcan Tin e eVaUca
Vatican VaUca has no J1 t intention of retaliating retaliatingIt
It will not resort to any n1 aggressive agsr 8lve policy policyThe polleyrlle policyThe
The conflict has been n onesided since the thebeginning thebegtPDlnt tie tiebeginning
beginning and will remain so until untilend the theend Utecad
end but I am authorized to reiterate the thedenial thedenial tin tindenial
denial that the Vatican ever meddled meddledwith meddlldwith I Iwith
with French politics or attempted to toprevent top b it itprevent
prevent p vent the King of Spain from visiting tJn tJnri
Paris ri Events Evemmtske in the near nelir future added addedtlie atldeithe
the prelate prI tc significantly > will ill corroborate corroboratesuch cor borate boratesuch C Csuch
such denials
HABRIMAff HARRIMANHAVING HAVING GOOD REST RESTRniiroatl RESTRnlirmul RESTRailroad
Railroad Magnate Enjoying r Himself HimselfWhen 1I1molelfVhcn himselfWhen
When Visiting VIltln In Washington WashingtonK anhilngtonB
K H Harriman his hL wife 1fe and two twodaughters twodaughters twodaughters
daughters who have been in Washington Washingtonsince Wasbinltonsince Washingtonsince
since Friday Frld seeing the sights and at attending Attending settending ¬
tending society events will probably probablyleave probnbl probnbll probablyleave
l leave for the South tomorrow Mr tr Har Harriman Harriman liartiman
riman however has not decided definitely definitelyJust det1lltelyjUltt detinitelyjust
Just when he shall depart from the city citynor citynor citynor
nor in exactly which direction The Har Harrlman Harriman liarriman
riman party has been visiting the various variousplaces variouSplacls vatiougplaces
places of interest and attending dinners dinnersgiven dinnersbi dtnnersgiven
given bi n by friends friendsRoland rl1 friendsRoland nd ndnoland
Roland tho tenyearold son aoea who was wasshown WIts WItsshown wasshown
shown the Somite the White House and andother andother andothcr
other places wIth his father as the guide guideleft guideOft guideleft
left yesterday f 51traay for Lakevtfocd where he is isattending Isattending Isattending
attending school One of Mr Ir Harrlroans Harrlroanspurposes Hftrrlmanspurpose harrimanspurposestn
purposes purposestn in visiting the National Capital Capitalwaa CapitaKM CapitallOt
waa KM to show his boy the sights Roland Rolandwas Rolandwas Rolandwas
was highly satisfied with the excursion excursionhad excursionhad
had n Rood time bore her as did his fcrther fcrtherand ttherItud fttherand
and left for school with reluctance reluctanceOriginal reluctRn reluctRnor reluctanceOrlglnal
Original or lrml1ArriLtll Art Art Itk < tlr Floral Dcitsw DfIIIJtllC1101ce DealgaChoice DcitswChoice
Choice flowers ao e1Jf Blacklstonee 14th ana an H Hc IiS
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CHURCHS LEADERS LEADERSJEEI LEADERSSEEK LEADERSlEEK
lEEK SEEK EDDY LETTERS LETTERSMovers LETTERSloycrsLayyer LETTERSGlovers
Movers < loycrsLayyer Lawyer Tells of Ef Efi Efflit EffittoGctPaier
i fWs flit fittoGctPaier fittoGctPaierth to tOt1Ct Get Papers PapersOoiniiimiijeations Papersf PapersNfT
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NfT th 1 I1 WSBINGTON WSBINGTONGOJUHl W4BINGTONCoiiiiiiiiiiiatjons
Ooiniiimiijeations GOJUHl 11ui ations fioni Head of ofClimcli ofChurch ofChurch
Church Main Evidence EvidenceBxisnuntur EV EvidwiceIixSeeeator lcnce lcncexS
Bxisnuntur xS lIator Clmndler Stlgre Suggests That ThatAction fhntActlon flinttctloii
Action May 3111 Me 11 Brought Against AjgalufttI AgainstLenders gahIHtl
I Lenders > of o the 1ultli III Various VnrlonsStale YarIo YarIoSt VariousSiThs
Stale St SiThs i H for nn Aucountiner ucounUngServIce AccountingServIceto ucounUngServIceto Service Serviceto
to Be Ifud on Mrs Ifiddy KdcflJlc The IHght IHghtSliifts IJghtSblfts IPightShilfts
Sliifts from Concord to Bo Boston tou
Boston B Mares iPIaaa 6 Plans for future ac actiiM acti actieft
tiiM ti In the Lb aft of George f W Gluvpr by bywhich byhie bywhich
which hie he hopes to secure an uccjuntlng uccjuntlngof 1ttJuntln 1ttJuntlnottIIe =
of ottIIe the estate etate ol his mother Mr Mrs r Mary MaryBaker MaryJ MaryBaker
Baker J er G Bddyvwerp 1NdY 44ywes wen discussed at a ion ionfereac lonf uGnfVreflc
f fereac of Mr Glovers attorneys attrnf > Y < cx cxSosator exSeftatol cxSenator
Senator Winiain WI lam E E Chandler of New NewHampshire NewJampsMre
Hampshire John W V Kelly and fathaiiiol JotathaIi1B fathaiiiolB
B 1 Martin at the th Parker Parkf > r House lat this thisaftamoon tbl tblafternoon thisaft2rle000
afternoon Attorney A OIJIPY fY Martin artln in a amacat state statement stllttItIMt ¬
ment made a deelaration d laratioD that th thru rt Jius Jiusbeen Jl Jl4sbeen S Sb
been b eR an attempt on the th part of th thtlM < in interested Intere Interestami ¬
terested tere tea to persuade Mr Oloer GI > tr t > < nd ndhis ndhis ndhis
his his suit lor r the Eddy millions and to t get getpsoeecirfOH S4tR getpamesolami
psoeecirfOH R of certain of Mrs Eddys Eddy let letters lett lettors ¬
t ters is which lelt are now In in Washington WashingtonEx Wa WashingtonExSenator hlngton hlngtonEx
Ex ExSenator Sena tor Chandler raid a1d soon aftr he hereached hereached hereached
reached the Parker House I do do not see seewhy IItwh7 seewhy
why action should not be taken 11 against againstChrtoUan agalna againstCliziotian t tClarlilu
ChrtoUan Science e leaders f sdel In every state statem StateIn tat tattile
m In the Union pJlIota alc to compel ompe them to gl givi > an anaecsunthts anu anuntlng
aecsunthts untlng u of th > money and property propertyof iiroprtyof roprt roprtor
of Mrs BMy BtId or of the th church that they tlieyhave t1l theyhave < y yhave
have la their possession possessionMrs M possessionMrs Mlon MlonMn
Mrs Eddy can be reached rt > Chldthrough through UKState th thStale UK theState
State court of New Humpshirc as i < is isa isa
a resident of that State To g gPt t a all a ac accounting acCOIIlltlng accounting ¬
counting of the property in the State Hta e in inwhich Inwhtclt inwhich
which she has no residence w Wt will l lavo lavoto ve veto
to take action n against the leader I Icatkii udtrvrh udtrvrhMW vrb whhave vrbhave >
have the property m 111 chars cba through thro the theFederal the1ral thtFedoaI
Federal courts courtsTry coartTr courtsTryfi
Try Tr Tryfi fii Get Mr Mrs Kdily Rdcl Ildilys IettcrEXSe8ator Letter LetterB bettersESenator
B EXSe8ator Seaator Chandler says 7 ys he will re reomta reIn remain
main in Boston two er three days cia Hr HrMartin IIifrt McMartin
Martin ifrt said saidPersistent 1IaJdpll saidiemaIotent
Persistent efforts have ha been made by byAlfred byAllred byAlfred
Alfred Farlow Parlo Irving I ToaiOsosii and andothers andGillen andothers
others who ho now manage Mas BM0ys BM0ysaffairs JOlLysaffairs 8 8IdIBIn
affairs to have ha e George Hover surrcstder surrcstderto tler tlerto
to 1 them many letters written to a hssi by byhfe bymother bymother
hfe mother which Me has in Us iliailr poenen poenenidr M Msteo
steo steoMr
ilr Mr Glover rvalhstog that without the theletters theIeten theletters
letters Ieten he could not right ttlle the suit by bytvhfefc b bwIdds bywhich
which he believes belle b he will iU show th that tha Mr Mr3ddr tIn tInJidd Mrsdsly
3ddr Jidd dsly is mentally incapable of managing tranaghigher managingJNr uanagheghem
her affairs and that they are > entirely entirelyiH ntire ntirethe
iH 1 the hands of orG otGitlvtn t3alvin lvln Fry Frfe her footman footmaneiBcretary fuutmanHcNbu7 fuotmanshersta17
eiBcretary Alfred AJfrel Farlow Irving C Tom Tom1R6mW Tomh1Nosh
1R6mW 1 h1Nosh IhMlls C Strung Stiafl and others in inilueucM tDJaneel Initeenced
ilueucM by these Cbrisfiasj Science irady iradyew jf8dlersIIeMIr1f iradi iradieta
ew ersIIeMIr1f eta he beishid Sitot t t parted with a single ltte ltw11Iey ltteThey ltteThey
They are now nqw to the sale of a trot tmumcompany tNttt tNttteoot trotenmpiw
company eoot in Washington WulaJDi b and have ha hey been beenaeeb beenIHIi beensuet
suet by few recently besides bed a Mr cJover cJoverIGId Hover Gloverfind HoverKtod
find his chief cJl attorney ex exSenator Chat Chnidler Chludler ChatdIem
dler dlerWill
Will 111 Iorce Mr Mrs Hddy H ltl Into Court CourtThe OourtThe CourtThe
The case in the New Hampshire Halll State StateCourt StateCeurt StateCourt
Court m in which It Is I hoped to bring out outall outall outall
all the facts f ta about the management t of ofPleasant ofPI ofPlensast
PI Pleasant View the home of Mrs Bddy BddyMr KddyMr b bMr
Mr Martin says cannot be be begun in inside inside Inside ¬
side of six months Within a few days dayspapers daysleaDen a8 a8pen
papers pen m in connection with the MB in inequity inequity inequity
equity will be tie served on Mrs Eddy per personally perUy permusHy ¬
musHy Uy at Pleasant PleuaatWe View ViewWe ViewWe
We will serve them on Mrs Eddy de despite delte diespite ¬
spite any an action that may be taken by byMr b bMr byMr
Mr Frye Gen Streeter or any of the theothers theothen theethers
others who nave have been tryin t trying to head off offthe offtbe offthe
the legal l proceedings proceedingsAs
As a result of todays todaT conference it is isexpected isexpected Iaexpected
expected that tomorrow the tawyens Ja will willfife willAle nil I I5k
fife declarations to the Equity Court in insofts InRIts insuIts
suIts against Farlow YarIo and ToraMnson T tbt tbtonly tbtonl7 tbtonly
only recognized leaders of Mrs Bddy sN sNfltb ys ysfaith s sfaith
faith who live m ht Boston BostonAll Bo8tobAU bostonAII
All property in Boston Bo that may figure ttgurein figurein rt rtIn
In in the suit will be attached and the mom members momhers em emb ¬
hers b of Mrs Ira Eddys church will be forced forcedto
to produce uee her in court as a witness with Mr MrMartin Mrilart1n MrMartin
Martin says that he realised real ed when Gen GenStreeter GenStreet GenStreeter
Streeter Street refused d at the conference in inConcord inCODCOrd inConcord
Concord this rooming JlMrnl to accept service serviceof aervkof serviceof
of papers in the suit that what bat Is to IKS IKSdone lJt1Ione bes1one
done for the present at least must be bedone bedone bedone
done in Boston BostonTROLLEY Bo BostonTROLLEY ton tonTROLLEY
TROLLEY CAR KILLS WOMAN WOMAffMrs WOANMrs
Mrs Jlr Mary Jlur J TumlirlilKc Iioaca IJoc bile tifcon Liteon bileCli
on Cli Brooklyn Bridge BridgeNew BridgeNew BridgeNew
New York Mareh a aMrs Mrs Mary MaryTumbridse J JTumbrkl JTWflbOdgo
Tumbridse Tumbrkl the wife of Maj William j jTumbridgr JTul 1 1Tusubridge
Tul Tumbridgr brld son of Capt Wnifaun Will Tam Tuinbrirtge Tamn1d Turnisridgo
brirtge n1d proprietor proprietor of o the Hotel St St George Gesrgrin rgf1ft
in Brooklyn Brook was wa thrown out of an auto nutomoblle MltoNObile automobile
mobile and crushed to death this after afternoon MterJ100n alter5s00fl ¬
noon 4 oPy y a trolley car on the Brooklyn BrooklynBridge BrookJ BrookJBrldg BrooklynBridge
Bridge BridgeWaiter BrldgWaltlrr BridgeWalter
Waiter Owens was driving drlvt l the he machine machineHe cIIlneHe ivmchlneHe
He is a professional chauffeur and has hasdriven hasdrlvn hasdriven
driven cars for years There was wn quite quitea
a good deal of traittc in the roadway roadw or orthe orthe orbridge
the bridge brtd and the automobile had to go goat soat goat
at slow > pace until within wttht about lOll yards yardsof yardsof yardsof
of the Brooklyn tower A Graham ave avenue aVfnue ayecar ¬
nue car ciu was almost parallel with tb tbautomobile tin thtautomobile tinautomobile < >
automobile when wh Owens Jet the machine machineout machineout machineout
out a little and shot to the left leftAs It ItAz Isjt4a
As 4a he whirled the automobile a around aroundahead H aroundahead roundahead
ahead of the car Mrs Tumbridgr either eitherlost eitherher > r rlo
lost t her balance in the rear neat e t or be being beInb be1g ¬
ing nervous started to stand up Her Herhusband Herhusband Herhusband
husband shot hte 151 arm flfl out to catch ca teh herU her heras herhe
as he saw her start to fall but she pitched pitchedout plthldout pitchedout
out of the seat and landed on the trolley trolleytrack troUe troUetnCk Irofleytrack
track The fender was up as tlje t tte 1 bridge bridgerules brldsrnlH bridgerules
rules require and the car hit Mrs Titus Ttunbridge TlImbrld1e Titusbrisige
bridge as she lay 1a crosswise croe wl8e on the track trackIt tracklt trackIt
It knocked her ahead once or twice then thenpulled toenpu1led thenpulled
pulled her under and lid the wheei wheels jwased jwasedover paedOer pamedover
over her body She was w1nstantJ Instantly > killed <
EAGLE CARRIES OFF CHILD CHILDItnnior CHILDRnrnQr CHILDRimuiqr
Itnnior Circulated After Strnnjre Die DIiinppenrance Dbnppenrnnee Dieappearance
appearance of Kick Mans Son SonKltts SOliIIUs Sonitts
Kltts Hammock HammoeJtDel Del March SCarrii SCarriioff Oarricii Oarriciioff 1 1off
off by b an eagle or snatched snatch by kidnappers kidnappersfrom kkllllLPPfrsfrOm kidnappersfrom
from beside a hayrack almost under the theeyes thee thees
e es eyes C6 of his father Dr Horace K J Z Marvin Marvina 1I roorln roorlnavf
a avf wealthy t1Uby cattle raiser who recently pur purchased PUIeh purchased ¬
eh chased a farm In Bay Shore here four fouryearold four4yearold Thuryearold
yearold Horace M Marvin has disap disappeared dlsapred disappenved ¬
peared red Despite the fact fectthat that the country countryfor countryCormllea countryfor
for Cormllea miles around has been scoured by de deteotivcs deteaUvcs Jo Joteotives
teotivcs deputy d puty sheriffs and 1000 fanners fannerssince fl1rmrrssll1 fkrmerssince
since sll1 yesterday afternoon no trace of the thechild thechlid thechild
child can be found foundA foundA foundA
A clew was furnished furnl hed by Olh Ollie > Pleas Pleasantoii PI PleasailtOd ag agau
antoii au to ai a farmer living IIvln near the Marvin Marvinfarm MarTinfatm Mervinfarm
farm who said Id he met two strangers strangersapparently strangaIJApJlltentJ strangersapparently
apparently gunning on Friday Frldft who in inquired inquired Inquirami ¬
quired closely cIMe about Dr Marvin and His Hisaffairs 111sarralrs letsaffairs
affairs All efforts effort to trace the move movements monments movemants ¬
ments of these men after Plcasanton loft loftthem Joltthem ioitthem
them have hu Ye failed failedIt failedIt failedIt
It Is generally believed beJlev cI f that the riiiM riiiMwas h Iiild Iiildwas d dwas
was carried oft by an eagle eagleA nagleIn
A In Carte Lunch Served necl > Daily DailyAt lJgilyAt 11 11At
At Ecksteins Ec t 1na from i to 3 1U2 IfUNT iu N i AY
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