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iio NO 155 WASHINGTON WASH NGtONJ D Ct C MONDAY MAUCH 11 1907 ONE O E CENT
I TWO TNOJEKYLLllYDES TNOJEKYLLllYDESREVEALED JEKYLl JEKYLLHYDES JEKYLLHYDESREVEALED HIDES HIDESREYEALED
REVEALED BY DUEL DUELi DUELProminent DUELProlnillOllt DUELProrniiieiit i
Prominent Men Shot Dead DeadHad DeadHad DeadHad
Had Burglars Masks JilasksONES MasksES ItasksoNw
ONES oNw ES CLOTHING BURNED BUMEDColumbia BURNEDCOlu ETRKEDColumbia
Columbia COlu lhia S C Wildly Melted Meltedby Excitedb Eitcite1by
by b Tragic TragieCorpso3 Murders MurdersCornHos MurdersCOrINos
CornHos COrINos When IIcn Discovered Dl coerctl Lie 1ieWithin licltbfn LieWithin
Within ltbfn n Pew Feet of Bach acIi Other OilierOne OtherQnc OtherOne
One Had Covering Over Face When WhenKilled WhenIllcd VhellllI
Killed llI Illcd d as Bullet Hail Torn Way WayThrough WayIIirough n nlhrough
Through Cloth ClOtJIC C U 1 Green recn 4 4and 15 15aiid i innd
and Ifldsvnrd Marshall 23 Victims VictimsSfmfcl YlcUms8pMW Victimsspsi
Sfmfcl to UK WMbtafttM W Baud HenldCehmbta H HCe1ttmbla BaudCvmb
Cehmbta S S C7 c March Jr MTWO promi prominent promlneat prorninent ¬
nent menvhot m menabot ot dead and every evidence evidencethat Jkleneetbat eIkI IICC IICCthat
that one 0IM0l or both were highwaymen hlghwymenthrowi has hasthrown baYthroJl
thrown this dty into a state tate of excite excitement excitement excitemont ¬
ment not ot known for years The dead men menwho men menwho menwho
who were found a few feet apart at 3 3oclock Idd 3oeck
oclock ek this morning are C B Green Greenfortyfive GreenI Greentertflve
I fortyfive years old and marriedj mrrledi and Ed Edward Edward d dward ¬
ward Marshall twentylive years old oldGreen ohOftea oh ohGreea
Green te a widely known and highly re regpected re reo remerchant
o
gpected ecte merchant merchant white hIIt Marshall is l the theson theOII theottO
son ottO of Of John W Marshall aD the manager of ofthe ofthe oCthe
the large department store of J L L Min Minnovgn MlnIlanhan Mennah
novgn nah Marshall baS been a his fathers fathersaasfetant father fathert fathersaMaat
aasfetant t and both men have borne the thebeet thebe thebemt
beet of reputations reputationsoililioxi reputationsel
> oililioxi el bllOr1C Hear Slioi SlioiThe ShobThe SIotThe
S
The The shooting was as done be about abo t 11 oclock oclocklast oclockt ocioekast
last ast night at which hick time a a half dosen dosenshots soensIIot8 dueeushots
shots sIIot8 ftred la I quick 8ueceaion succession were wereheard werehear4 werehesrd
heard by residents JeIdden l of the vicinity of the thetragedy tlteNo thetyaedy
tragedy No one investigated the matter matterthinking matterthiakiag
thinking the shooting aboOUn had been done by bysofcM byBM byee
sofcM ee roisterers roisterersAboitt Nl8te1ftSeiK Mtre MtreAeit
Aboitt eiK 3 oclock ct k this morning moml a special specialpoliceman specialJOIIeeJM specialpolIeea
policeman came upon the bodies lying 11 lilacthe o otb Oft Oftthe
tb the 0MewaJ with the feet of the dead deadme dea4If deaiiimel
f me 1 mel almost almo touching teuchIn each other At the therbt tbebt therIt
rbt rIt bt hand of Green lay a revolver and andunder andulMer anduiier
under his body b y a billy Near Mar Marshall MarHball Marshall ¬
shall lay two masks one of which had hadtwo ha hadtwo l ltwo
two bullet heM through It This Th is I one oneclew oneclew
clew to the motive of the mea for Mar llarsball MarnhaiI
shall had on o on one of the masks at the time timethe timethe timethe
the shooting bean He had been shot shotin hot1a shotin
in the head twk twice and once through the theheart thehrt theImarL
heart hrt Green had been shot s through t the theheart theJ theheart
J heart three threelilUfS Unnes Only six chambers of ofthe oCtile ofthe
the revolvers were empty emptyRoll emptyoll emptyloU
Roll oll of Money Ionc Fount FonndWhen Ironntlw1t FountWhen
When w1t n found i und Greens clothing Iothln around aroundthe aroundtlM aroundthe
the heart and nd on the left side was burned burnedStiver iMInWdSIIver bsnwdiv
Stiver iv r cotes were scattered acatte near his Ja body bodyaal bodya bodYan
aal a an a roll of greenbacks eeabGekB folded GLee were wereburned w wb werebried
burned b m In half halfThree balfbI halfThree
Three hats were found near th tile bodies bodiesof hod hodo bodLesof
o of the dead de d men men This fact fect and nd the fur further furta furthei ¬
ther fact set that Marshall had a pistol at ateach ate8tb ateaeh
each hand and the billy under his body bodymakes hodyke bodynakes
makes It seeia almost impossible for him himto hi hitov himto
to tov have operatedVnll three tIIr and ancttla the 8IP 8IPaIitIttIf1a austhat u uarifMMf
arifMMf aIitIttIf1a Is that he had 4 an accomplice cc1H 4CmpIICefactiqus pllee plleeIae
IfrcMiy Iae factiqus faction are f torm orates sg tbadMr tbadMrcnt the odhr odhrcnts r rfl
cnt fl cnts of each trying try1n to protect his repute reputation reputeu reputetioL ¬
tion The coroner coronets inquest will be held heldtomorrow beltSmorning heldtOmonow
tomorrow morning and startling de developments de dey tieveon ¬
y veon velopments its ts are expected expectedPRICKS expectcdFRIOKS expectedPMCKS
PRICKS DISTURBED DISTUR ED BY FIRE FIREMillionaire FillEJIHIionnire FIREIflhionnIre
Millionaire Interrupted Inhrrnlt II at Dinner l IBIn7c by byflhtzt > r rBInre
BInre in Chimney ChimneyNew CbiUlI1C CliiuiiieyNew
New York March W JeSJJillrka Sparks flying flyingskyward ftt lytagkywarsi
skyward from the roof of the Vanderbilt VanderMtthouse Vanderbiltbon
house bon at Fifth UtlL avenue and allilFifty1irBt allilFifty1irBtueet Fiftyfirst Fiftyfirststreet Flftyflrstatmet
street now occupied by Henry C Prick Frfcfccaught Prickcat Frickcuht
cat caught the eye of o an alert lert cttteen ekbe who whowas wtIowac whowas
was wading wsdIn up Fifth avenue at 13 13oclock 731 731ocioek 71Soclock
oclock tonight He sent In an alarm alarmIron alarmfrom alarmfrent
Iron the Fiftieth street at corner The tire tiremen fireman
men 1 quickly responded Battalion Chief ChiefSheridan CbJeShertdan ChiefSheridan
Sheridan was the first fireman d man to arrive arriveHe arriveHe arrivelie
He sidestepped 8I4e tept ed the butler who tried to toprevent toplevt tojwevent
prevent his entrance rushed up to the thediningrroom thedildniroom thediningroom
diningrroom on the third floor where whereMr whereMr here hereXI
Mr Frick P and his family were at dinner dinnerTo tinDerTo dinnerTo
To Mr It Frtck the fireman said Id I Iyo beg begyour begyont
your pardon sir but theres there a a fire in the thehome t tJaou thetote
home tote Im the battalion chief of this thisdistrict udsdlaUkt thieMr
district districtMr
dlaUktFrlck
Mr Prick began to set et interested l 1s Isthat 1sthat 1sthat
that so Where is I It ItThats Ithats 1 1t
Thats hats t what we came to find out We Wethiok Wethink Wetblllk
thiok its h in th the chimney chimneyThe chlmMYTaIte chlmnayThe
The fire was speedily extinguished extinguishedREFUSES exUR extinguishedREPUSES i8bed i8bedREFUSES
REFUSES DOUBLE PAY PAYState PAYStnte PAYStale
State Senator of Wisconsin Leaves LeavesSalary JcneSnInr icaveSalary
Salary SnInr In the Treasnry TreasnryMilwaukee lrenlllnr lrenlllnrMJlwaukee 1reatnrMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wis WI March 10 lO5enator lO5enatorO Senator SenatorO
O G 0 > Hanson has refused to take takedouble takeIMY takediZhiO
double pay y in his capacities cp clUes of private privatesecretary privatet private815r
815r secretary 417 to t Gov Davidson and senator senatorfrom Ien8torfrom senatorfrom
from the Vernon County Couat district It Itw Itleare4 Itva
w va a learned today that tn the senator senatorliad enator1taed senatorhad
had 1taed turned his salary as senator back backinto backJ backlate
into J lito the treasury treasurySftme treaaUry96e treasurybme
Sftme bme comment was made Jlla e recently recentlywhen receRtlyw1tett recentlywbet
when Secretary rptary of State Frear sent In Ina hta Ina
a communication co un tcation showing showtn those Ua who whowere whowere whowere
were dra drawing wB double salaries larl about aOO t the thecapital Uteea theespitol
capital ea tQI that the name of Col Munson Munsonwas Munnonwas unaon unaonwu
was not among them It now appears appearsthat AppeaNJtbM appearthat
that Cot Munson Mun n never drew his salary salarya
aft a senator tor but left It in the hands MBdaretary af afSecretary ofSecretary
Secretary retary Frear FrearAFFECTS FreArAFFECTS FreerAFFECTS
AFFECTS THEATER PATRONS PATRONSStatns PATRONSStntn PATRONStatut
Statns tatut of Purchasers of AdnllofHion AdnllofHionTicket AdlitiMsionTickets Adnii nion nionTicketB
Ticket Defined liy 11 Court Courtllobile Court1IJo CourtMobile
Mobile 1IJo lle March 10 10The The peremptory
instructions given Iven by b Judge R L I Bul Builard Bullard Bullaril
lard in the case ase of R R E E Applewhite Applewhitevs ApplewhiteErUeh
vs Brlieh Brothers and Coleman tried triedIn tMedin trltdIn
In the Hinds County Miss Circuit CircuitCourt CircuitC CircuitCourt
Court C urt yesterday and which resulted in intb int
tb t plaintiff recovering a a judgment of
56 5 cents involves a legal principle of ofinterest ofJntereet ofInterest
interest to theatergoers The case es establishes establishes e etabliakes ¬
tablishes a precedent in I that State StateThe StateTlte StateThe
The defendants are the lessees l eg of th thCentury thCentury the theCentury
Century Theater and suit was broughtbY broughtby brought broughtby
by plaintiff pl inU < for 3O0 500 damages dama es necauft btcauhe iecaulie necauftlie
lie W8 was va ejected from the theater while whilea
a performance was in progress The Thepoint Thepoint Thepoint
point involved was whether a purchas purchaser ¬
of theater thea ter ticket is
er a a lessee or a alicensee alk alicenses
licensee lk DlSe of the seat he occupies Judge JudgeBollard TudeBv11ar JudgeBuilar4
Bollard < took the llc license n view viewTHREE viewTHREE viewTHREE
THREE SHOT BY NEGRO NEGROKlgrht NEGRONight NEGROIlit
Night Ilit Watchman ntehmnn and Former Form r Po PoIlcentaii PoUeemnn PoIlcernait
Ilcentaii May Die from AVontulx AVontulxJackson fl7outitJJackson VouIHbJaek8o
Jackson Miss March 10 l 10A A dispatch dispatchfrom dlspatchfrOlll dispatchfrom
from Brook Haven says eay Jitn T111 JIn Galloway Gallowaycolored GalJonYcolored Gallowaycolored
colored shot another negro tonight for forspeaking forfJeaking forapeaking
speaking to a woman who was with him himNight himNight himNight
Night Watchman Hardy McGee IcG come run to toarrest toarnwt torreat
arrest rreat Galloway and Dd was as shot several severaltime aeverat1meI severaltimes
time times Expoliceman McCormick went to toMcGees toMeG toMcGees
McGees MeG s assistance a stallee and he he too too was IUII shot shotdown shotd4rnQ shotdowu
down by the negro It is thought Mc McCorntick MeCorasick Ic IcCorlDiclt
Corntick will die while McGee cG may re recover Ie IecOYer recover ¬
cover A posse pos te 1 after Galloway CT Uoway and andwfU1Ie he hewin hewill
win wfU1Ie W lynched bwt if l caught caughtBrans rought1IR cattg cattgI
Brans od paMfrga 1IR i iI p r Ml
I
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaEastern ColumbiaEastern
Eastern Pennsylvania and Mary Maryland NlarylandFair MarylandFair ¬
land landFair Fair today and tomorrow tomorrowwarmer tomorrowwarmer tomorrowwarmer
warmer tomorrow light north northrerly north northerly northerly
erly winds becoming variable variableHERALD variableHERALD variableHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPagea
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGnPIIlCIMyatery TELEGRAPHICiMystery
1 IMyatery Mystery in South Carolina Shooting StHtotinglRelatlves ShuoUng1Relalives
1 lRelatlves Relatives Denounce Mother of Sv4lyn v41n v41nThaw vdlynThaw
Thaw ThawlFtgbt Thaw1Fight
1 lFtgbt Bight Over Dowles Body BGdylWorMs Body1Worlds
1 lWorMs Worlds Rtehoet Man Missing Missing3Strike UftgIStrike
8 IStrike Strike Stops Louisville Cars CaN3Three CaraThreo
8 3Three Three Die In Tenement Ffr FfrDr FIre FIreJDr Firs3Dr
JDr Dr Crapsey in Own Defense DefenseIBNton Defense3liostOn
3 IBNton Beaton Plans Bryan Reception ReceptioneWashinston ReceptsonVhln ReceptioniWashington
eWashinston Vhln n Wins First Ball Gmnie Gmnie3Director Cam G1LmLO CamLOCAL
LO LOCAL LOCALiDirector etL etLDireetor
3Director Direetor Newell to Spend SpendShanghal WJKMJWt WJKMJWt3Shanghai Q0 Q0ShangheI
3Shanghai Shanghal Court Is T Approved APJKovedArchle Approved3Archie
JArchle Archle Roosevelt Gains Strength StrengthSConference StrustkoBferenee StrengthZCoafereuce
SConference oBferenee Over Treasury T Theft TIHIft5Arebblshop TheftArcIbIshep ft ft5Arclibteiiop
5Arclibteiiop of Manila In Washington WashingtonExSenator W WaShingtOn5ExSenator shlngW shlngWfiExSenator
ExSenator Pughs Body to B Be Tafcin TtNnHome TlnHome
Home Tonight TonightItDr Tonight10Dr
ItDr Dr Wood Woodrow row Accepts Call Call1ft CallI aU aU10Socialism
1ft 10Socialism Socialism is i Hate Says Say Dr Stafford StaffordPIRST StaffordFffiST StaffordPIRSTPIREPROOP
I
PIRST PIRSTPIREPROOP FIREPROOF MAIL CAR CARCoach CARConch C1Coach
Coach Coming CoiiiingtoWnslington to Washington Over Overthe Ocrthe Overtite
the Pennsylvania Road RoadNew RondNew RoadNew
New York March MThe first lire flreproof ftre ftreproof lireproof
proof American mail car practically all aiisteel allsteel allsteel
steel left the Pennsylvania Railroad sta station stIltlon siation ¬
tion in Jersey City at U oclock tonight tonightfor tonightfor tonightlot
for Washington It Is seventy feet long terojor Io longor l lor
or ten feet longer than the maximum maximumlength JRILCtmum1ettt1t maximumlength
length the government recognizes be in pay paying P PI paylog ¬
log I for mail transportation an4 it will wfllbe willbe 111 111be
be the ftrst of its type that will run runthrough mntb1OUfb runthrough
through the North River tunnels connect connecting conneetUte connectLag ¬
Lag the Pennsylvania road with this city cityThe eltJThe cityThe
The car is numbered Uti 4i Only OnlyPOUH 13 13pounds 10 10pounds
pounds of nreproefed lI proofed wood are used in init inItli InIts
it Its cwwtructfon The letter and paper papercases JPOrCARti papercases
cases and boxes are of metaL There te testorage hilIto Isstorage
storage lIto space at each end of the car and andit aDdH andit
it will not be necessary to turn it end endfor endfor endfor
for end at terminate In it the life of the thepostal thepo thepostal
postal clerk will m be as safe as that of a atraveler atraveler atraveler
traveler aboard a Pullman PullmanNOMONEY PullmanNO1IONEY PullmanNOMONEY
NOMONEY USED BY LOBBY LOBBYAlabama LOBBYAInlmmn LOBBYtIn1iaina
Alabama LeprlKlature I ihttnrt Not Tempted TemptedJ IcmptcdIyo icnptcdijy
J Iyo > y Workers orkcr for Hills Dill DillMOftt 1lllsMontgomery HillsMontgomery
Montgomery MOftt ry Ala March 16 1tOue One of the theremarkable thenmartcAWe theremarkable
remarkable things about the session of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the legislature ure now In recess rece Is the t th fact factthat factthat
I
that few dollars came here for lobbying lobbyingand lobbrtngand lobbyingand
and net a cent for insurance service servicethough etYketoolQt1 servicethough
though bills were passed I increasing the theInsurance tbeInsuraace theInsurance i
Insurance license tax taxl taxIAlat I ILast
l Last ast session several thousand dollars dollarscame dellarscame dollarscame
came from New York to help defeat deteattIac deteattIacttelly practically prac practically ¬
tically the same sana blUe Only two Men did didany 4Hdany didany
any extensive lobbying One was KeY HevBrooks KeYBrooks RevBroocs
Brooks Lawrence bead of the ABU AnttSatoon ABUsaloon An AnSaloon
saloon League the other was Jake JakeWeiss TakeWela JakeWeiss
Weiss Wela of Mobile who has attended every everysession eeryH81JIon everysendoft I
session for twenty years eanI In the interest interestof In Inof
of the liquor people Weiss lost In every everycontest evelJconleSt everycontest
contest contestThe conleStThe contestThe
The legislature la1atur > voted every time for foranything foranything foranything
anything that looked like It would wou d be beagainst beaplnst beagainst
against the liquor traffic trafficSPBffiER tra4lcKER trallicSPEAKER
SPEAKER KER OAHNON OANNOI1CAN CAN DANCE DANCEAsked DANCEAsked DANCBAsked
Asked to Make ake Speech Leader of ofCongressional ofCongressional ofCongressional
Congressional Party Declines Declinesnirtlulny Deolinesnirthc1ny BeolinesBirthday
Birthday of Representative Appro Appropriately ApproIrlntel 4tpproIrIntciy ¬
priately Irlntel Celebrated CeIebratctlInaoHt CeIebratctlInaoHtIherJ CClelrfltCtIlflost1verylody Almost AlmostMvery1iody
Mvery1iody IherJ dy Scatiick ScatiickSan SenlckSIUI SenMickSan
San Juan P J R R March II IIThe The Ham HarabttrgAjaerieajt Hamblt HamburgAperleiut
bttrgAjaerieajt blt line 11n steamer Bluecher Bluecherwhich Bluecberwlalch Bluecherwhich
which sailed from New York March M h 5 5with iwith 5with
with a party of Coft Congressmen reaM including includingSpeaker Jned JnedSpeak includingSpeaker
Speaker Speak r Cannon on board arrived here herethis herethis herethin
this evening eentn from Charlotte Amalie St StThomas St StThomas StThomas
Thomas her bel first port of call where whereshe whereshe here herehe
she he remained rellln only a few hours hoursOn hoursOn hoursOn
On Thursday the steamer encounter encountered ¬
ed a storm t r1tt and everybody was wa seasick seasickMr aeuieJctlr seasickMr
Mr Cannon MOW HOW enjoys good health healthOn healthOn ealth ealthOn
On Friday a reception was held In the thesaloon thesal601l thesaloon
saloon cabin of the Blnecher and the thepassengers thenSel1J thepassengers
passengers nSel1J were presented to the Con Congressmen Congresemen ¬
gressmen gressmenThis 3 gresemenThis mea meaThIs
This happened hap Red to be the birthday of ofRepresentative orReJl ofRepresentative
ReJl Representative ntatlYe J I Hampton Moore who whoforma whofOnRlJ whoforms
forma one on of the party and it was ap appromtetely appro appropriately
promtetely pro llately celebrated lebted A request was wasmade wasMade wasmade
made that Mr Cannon make It at speech speechbut lIeffhbut speechbut
but he humorously declined saying sayingthat sayingthat sayingthat
that he would rather dance which he hedid becUd hedid
did didPOLAREXPLOREEWRITESHOME cUdPOLAREXPLORKvvRITESHOME didPOLAREXPLOREI
POLAREXPLOREEWRITESHOME POLAREXPLOREEWRITESHOMELeftlnsrwell POLAREXPLOREI WRITES HOME HOMELe1lingweii
Leftlnsrwell Iemn nU Party Inrt Aoir 01 In Winter WinterQuarters WinterQuarters VlntcrlunrterH
Quarters < Off herschel Island hlandKnoxvllJe islatidKnoxville IslandKnoxville
Knoxville IlL March 19 HtA A letter JJtter Jettere Jetteree4lvet je jeeeived e eiVed
eeived iVed by Rev C LeJHngwell LefRngv II of St StMarys stMarys StMarys
Marys School from his brother Mr MrLefllngwell JIIrIefUngw MrJ4elUngweIl
Lefllngwell IefUngw n who is one of the leaders leadersof le leadersof der derof
of the MikkelsenLeffingwell MlkkeJaeLefItR well polar ex exexpedition cxexpedition x xexpecUUon
expedition says that the partys partysschooner partysschooher partysschooner
schooner the Duchess of Bedford is I in inwinter inInter Inwinter
winter Inter quarters at Ftexman Island Islandabout Islandabout Islandabout
about three hunred miles west ef efHernchel otHe1lehel ofHerschel
Herschel Island IslandMr IsJaltdMr IslandMr
Mr LctflHgwell J dhgwell forwarded II his hi letter letterby letterby letterby
by mounted police frm fre Herschel Is Island bland Island ¬
land whither he had traveled by land landin landIn landIn
in a live weeks arduous journey He Heexpresses Heexpre Heexpresses
expresses expre qes himself as a well pleased at athaving athavlag athaving
having got beyond Point Barrow Barrowtho1lgh Barrowthough i ithough
though falling to reach Prince Edward EdwardIsland Edwardl EdwardIsland
Island l land where it was hoped the first firstwinter ftrstwlntfr firstwinter
winter quarters would be established establishedletters estbUshedIetters establishedLetters
letters and packages S for the party partymay partymay partymay
may be forwarded to CapL Hamlet U ITS US URevenue
S Revenue Service San Francisco Pranel o be before before before ¬
fore Jun Tune 1 1 Letters addressed to the theMikkelsenLeffingwell theMlkK theMikkeieenLeUingwell
MikkelsenLeffingwell MlkK 1 enLeflingwell Expedition Her Herschel Herscbel Herschel
schel Island Northwest Territory Can Canada C Canada tn tnada ¬
ada ada before May 1 will be called ftIl d for foras forft8 foras
as the Duchess of Bedford makes Its Itsway Itsway Itsway
way east from its present anchorage anchorageNO anchorageNO anehorageo
NO o SPONSORS AT REUNIONS REUNIONSGen
Gen Gm Lee AV11I III Not Appoint Maids Maid of ofIlonor oflIonor ofiinnor
Ilonor nt Confederate feathering featheringMemphis GnUlerlngllMemphis GatheringsMemphis
Memphis March 10 lltGen Gen Stephen D DLee DIee DLee
Lee commamlerinchief of the United UnitedConfederate UnitedConfederate UnitedConfederate
Confederate Veterans has officially an announced anlHH1ue annenuced ¬
nounced lHH1ue that he will appoint MO more moresponsors Inore8JOQ80111 moresponsors
sponsors or maids of honor for future re reunions re reunto reunions ¬
unions unto IN of the veterans veteransGen veteransGes eteran8I
Gen Lee I has for some years been lM op opposed opposeil ¬
posed to these e appointments and recently recentl recentlhili recentlyhIs
his views v ws have hAv been upheld by the Daugh Daughters Dausht Daughtsr ¬
ters t of the Confedcraty and it is by their theirrequest theirreque theirrequest
request t as well as his own Judgment Judgmentthat judgmentthRt Judgmentthat
that this general enenll order has been issued issuedThe lllsuedTIle IssuedThe
The daughters resolved at a recent recentmeeting recentmeetl recentmeeting
meetl meeting that the custom of having spon sponsors sponsore pon ponaors ¬
sore should be abolished as more money moneywas mom moneywas y ywas
was spent on the YOIIII young women and more moreI moreattention moreattention
I attention Is shown to them than to the theveterans tbevetel1lJlS theveterans
veterans by whom and for whom the thereunions UereunloDs thereunions
reunions were held The last two or orthree orthrf6 orthree
three reunions r unjons have been voted failures failuresb
i by b the old liero h heroes ro < s on this account accountit acountLf1tM1 accountlAbby
h
Lf1tM1 CO it ttt and N Y avo o oi
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News Item W J Bryan speaks in the Nations Na ons Capital next month He Flewill will drop politics to discuss Lincoln
SUSPECTS NEIGHBORS NEIGHBORSDrB EIGIIBORSDr
Dr DrB H N i Marvin Discusses DiscussesSons DiscussesSons DisciisssSoiis
Sons DisappearanceEXPRESSES Disappearance DisappearanceEXPRESSES DisappearaiiceEXPRESSES
EXPRESSES OPINION PREELY PREELYleather FREELYI FREELYnther PREELYJfatler
I
leather nther ifnyn SIl lie Believes l IcrAon IcrAonJhlnr icrsons1ivingf cr oim oimLiving
Living Near car unn Bay Men Meadows down Were WereConcerned VcrcrConccrned VercrConeernell
Concerned in KidiiappineJJiHSon KidiiappineJJiHSonAsks
Asks AJlJk for Warrant nrrnnt to Search All Alli A1IHonHcx tI1Houses
Houses at Kills Kitt Hummock HummockDover JlumntoekIiigecW Hummocks
IiigecW s te t tItt WWn U UDever l1a14 l1a14Dever
Dever March ttBr Dr H a I N i Marvin Marvinfather Marvinftber arriIa arriIat1ler
father t1ler of the tIIefoarYtU4IIIl fonry fouryr r ld 1M Imy Horace JIonceIN 110505N HoraceN
IN N Marvin jr who disappeared under undersuch erI ersaeh undersuch
such mysterhHis m drcumstaneee drcum taAee on Mon Monday MOltdaTe Mooday ¬
day a week ago tomorrow talked freely freelyof fTeeboC freelyoCW
of oCW hfe suspicious today for the tb ftrst A time timesince UIIMstftce timeshire
since the boy has been missing It is Dr DrMarvins DruvtD DrMarv1n
Marvins Marv1n uvtD expressed opinion that thatUvtac persons personsliving peruseflying
living near Bay Meadows Meido were con concerned eoncernecl concerned ¬
cerned in the kidnapping kldDapplftl of the boy boyIn oyIa boyIn
In coaaonaace ce with tUa1tMi < his M Idea i of Otbis tha mat matter matter mattar ¬
ter Dr Marvin today made ID8dendNI mad a adoam1 fIo Mind an anherte I meiefg
tIheftt herte Haruwtt of heat County CountYwholellaJe countit 7iHir a awholesale awholesale
wholesale search warant araut permitting pen ktlQg the thescrutiny tMscruUny thescrutiny
scrutiny of all the houses ea at Kitts Klt KItt l Hum Hummock Humm Hummock ¬
mock m a beach resort less k than two mites mitesalong mI mIalong muOnalong
along the shore from 1 the Marvin farm farmThis tanaTbls farmThis
This paper to Quite beyond the scope pe of ofany orUJ ofIn
any In of the Jaw Jawa sw of Delaware m 1ft the thejudgment thejUdgmeat theJudgment
judgment of Sheriff Hartnett who ac accordtagiy acrdhtly accerdlogly
cordtagiy rdhtly peremptorily refused to toWft Issue issoeao Issueso
ao sweeping Wft a warrant warrantOne warnutOne warrantOne
One Iamily IamiI nt Kitti hummock HumniocUDr JluUlmockDr hummockDr
Dr Marvin then urged that one of his hisdeteetivMi blsdetectfw his4etectIreu
deteetivMi detectfw should be made a a deputy deputysheriff deputysheriff
sheriff 1 < that such acla a search might be beMade heBut bemade
Made but tllla this too was w refused tfaly tfalyioae dalyOIIe daiyone
one family fal hi Jiving Jlvla at Kitta Xlt Hummock Hummockat Iunemoc Iunemocat
at present this being AI the family famll of ofCharlie ofCMrtIe ofClserfte
Charlie Woodalt Altogether Au cU I eighteen efghteeahouses elgltleenhotItIN eighteenhous
houses hous are scattered ttere along the the beach beachKitte at atKitts l lKitta
Kitts Hummock but seventeen sevent veatAell are arevacant areeaJtL areveast
vacant vacantTVoodaH veastWoodall eaJtL eaJtLWoodaH
TVoodaH te the man from whom Dr DrMarvin Drarvln DrMarvin
Marvin arvln bought his It farm Which has since sincebeen slneebeftt uce ucebeen
been named Bay Meadows M eedow The doctor IIoetorfteed doctoragreed loetoragreed
agreed to pay for the i12 3 acre acree in the theplace tilepIaee theplace
place and the stock on it other than thanhorses thaDf4 thanhorses
horses f4 7me rm He bought it paying payingdown pa1 pa1do paulflgdown
down do on the tbepureb purchase ft price 510fe 10t0 and andagreeing andagt am amagreeing
agreeing agt nG to pay a balance ba Ce of upward of ofttJ68
ttJ68 14 on Al April 11 1 The TII rest of the 57SD8 57SD8is 5TI1Is J Jis
is represented by a widow wldo whows > s Irredeemable irreleeniatoledower lrredeemableWe Irredeemabledower
dower We amounting amoutatJ to nearly n arJy 540 an anequity aa aaequity anequity
equity te the place which cannat be dla dlaturbed dlaturbed dinturbed
turbed turbedIt turbedIt turbedIt
It te apparent a nt from these figures flgures1that that if ifDr IfDr IfDr
Dr Marvin should now be forced to give giveup sh1up giveup
up his bargain Jn he stands to lose the thenCM thett
nCM 1 tt while Woodall might by right and andtitle andtitle andtitle
title hold on to the money mone he has ha re received re received rocelved ¬
ceived In the one house occupied st stKitts fitlttts atKiLts
Kitts Hummock WoodaJl his wife their theirson thetrson theirson
son and a daughter and Frank Butler Betterwere Butlerwere Butlerwere
were found today todayTh todRYrhluks todayritiziks
Th rhluks In Us Dr Maryia Inrin Will lilI 111 Move 3IovcWhen 310cWllen MoveWhen
When I was In Dover yesterday y terda to said saidWoodall midWoOdall Id IdWoodan
Woodall in talking of oftJe the kidnapping kidnappingcase kidnAppingcalle
case C G GVrfght Wright the oyster revenue revenuocollector revenueoohlector revenuecollector
collector told me that I had better look lookout lookout lookout
out out as somebody had h d telegraphed telogmphed to town townto to11to townto
to watch the Woodallc Jt is the most mostridiculous nlO mostrklkulous t trkUculow
ridiculous thing thlft that I ever hoard he rd of in inmy Inmy Inmy
my life Jlf I dont see g how Dr Slarvin Slarvinand llfltvlnand 3iarvInand
and his folks can stay in that house housenow housenow housenow
now after toeing the boy and they theystrangers theystrangers
strangers here hereButler hereBuUer hersButler I
Butler who is working for Woodall Woodallsaid WoodalJaid Woodallsaid
said that from the time the boy disap disappeared disappeared disappeered ¬
peared he had been looking for trouble troubleI troublesuppose
I 1 suppose theyll get after me sid sajdButler safdButler sidButler
Butler just because I wos tho last to tosee tosee tosee
see the boy alive but if the yarrest me meIll meIll
Ill make th them m flY for It ItDetective IL ILDetective ItDetective
Detective Hawkins has looked askance askanceat
at the kidnapping from the beginning of ofhis ofh18 ofhis
his quest questPittulinrjr qU8tIJU81mrg questJIttliurg
Pittulinrjr Police Follow Clew ClevrPlttsburgv Ole1TPltt8burg ClewPittsburg
Plttsburgv March arch 10 10Two Two mon mono evi evidently evlIently evidently ¬
dently Italians having with them a boy boyabout bQ bQltbout boyabout
about four years old went from fromPltts fromPlttsburg Pitts Pittsburg Pittaburg
burg to Rankin eight miles up the theMonongahela the1Ionon theMonongahela
Monongahela 1Ionon abela River on a street car carlate carlate carlate
late Thursday Thur dar afternoon and since that thattime thattime thattime
time the Plttsburg police have b been beIorklng beenworking n nworking
working orklng steadily In an effort to cap capture capture capture ¬
ture the trio believing that tho child is isHorace Is IsHorace IsHorace
Horace N Marvin jr who WlO was w kid kidnapped kldnapp kidnapped ¬
napped napp d from his home at Kitts Ham Hammock Hammock Hammock ¬
mock Del last Monday MondayTh 1londayTh MondayThe
Th The description of 01 the boy bo furnished furnishedto furni lted ltedto
to the tb detectives det cthM3 by the conductor of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the street car tallies with the missing missingchild mlaslngchild missingchild
child In every detail The attention of ofthe ofthf ofth4
the conductor was as called to the trio triobecause triobCftu triobeeause
because bCftu e of the childs light blond hair hairbeing hairblng heirbeing
being in such contrast to the thloswartly thloswartlycomplexions swarthy swarthycomplexions swarthycomplexions
complexions of the th two men The Th lit little flU littIe ¬
tIe U ones eyes were red from crying cryingand oryingand cryingand
and he seemed very unwilling to be in inthe Inthe iiithe
the company of the men The party part partIlCt
left tHe tn ear at Rankle There Is a alarge alarge alarge
large Italian colony there thereA
t
A In Cnrlc Ctr Lunch Served Daily DailyAt DalbAt DailyAt
At Ecksteins from f nrn 12 2 to 3 1412 N N T ave aveAlabama aveAlhema leAItiinma
Alabama flouring mostly edeesrain c edgegraluI beraIni
I
ROOSEVELT IS IOWAS CHOICE CHOICEPoll CHOIOEPoU OHOICEPoll
Poll of General G neral AMftcmbly I4Hcmhl Shows SliowKPresident Sho ShoJrcHIc1cn ShowsPresident
President t Viir In Lend LendDes IcuDes LoamDes
Des Monies March MIf If legislative tegtshulvepreferences JeclUtJHetereneea legislativepreferences
preferences are ale a criterion erlt Iowa Republi Republicans neJMIbile Repubilcans ¬
cans e are for Roosevelt elt for f r another term termregardless teratrelUd1eu termregardless
regardless of his previous declarations declarationsthat declanltloatllat 4SCITaUOasthet I
that he will not be a candidate 1tlany 1tlanyare > Many Manyare ianyare
are so Insistent h1 in their adherence to the thePrerident thePlWicIeQt thePresident
President that they positively pc refine to toname toe tomene
name a second choice e A poll of the tIMenJ gen general qn qnoral ¬
oral assembly W7 now In seaaion onbouM house and andsenate lidseDate sadsenate
senate COIft combInedgIves combined fives es the following re result re result rosuit ¬
sult sultRoosevelt sultROC
Roosevelt ROC 75 1 Cummins 7 Shaw 6 6Taft iTaft 5Taft
Taft 4 Root 1 The secondchoice prefer preferences Pftf Pftfa prefetenres
ences ar a arO as follows followsTaft foDe foDeTaft followsTaft
Taft M it Shaw 7 Cummins 7 IA J Fol Foitotte Follette Follette
lette 2 Root RocM 1 Deneen 1 Bevedde Bevertdge 1 1One 1One 1One
One Democrat declared laM Roosevelt was wasbis 1 washis S Shia
his choice and one Reput Republican intimated intimatedhe
he would oouId vote for or Bryan Bry Seven n of those thosenaming t tDlUltlng thosenaming
naming Roosevelt named Cummins Ca Caehotce Cummla as assecond s ssecond
second choice Nineteen N a gave Ropsevelt Ropseveltaa t t1aotb
aa both their first and second nd choice choiceALL eholeeALL choiceALL
ALL REPORTERS REPOR RS ON JURY JURYIVevr JURYXeWJlJPUIJcr 31JRYewmpnhmcr
IVevr XeWJlJPUIJcr ewmpnhmcr spni > cr Men Well n Fitted to < o Hear Heartiiliior lIenrInor hourLhtnor
tiiliior Case Say Sa Says Court Cou rt Clerk ClerkSeattle CieriSeattle CleriSeattle
Seattle March 1tsteve Steve Reggie Re gin a sa saloonkeeper aiLJoookeeper a aloonkeeper ¬
loonkeeper the t first man to violate the theSunday tMSunday theSunday
Sunday closing law since hlce Mayor Moores Mooresorder lOoft lOoftorder MooresDrder
order went w nt into reef 9ffect four weeks ago agowas oaM a awas
was arrested < teat fton4iiy ny for keepte JtIt his hteajoan Infter hisos
ajoan os omen after fter miMfeht 1ulbt steCaateg 1I 1I1UIItJ 1eiiadngguilty < to topteod
pteod guilty Jw 1widomndt demanded a Jury JU1ft Trlat Trlatand tflh1 tflh1sad t ta8d
and today a jury of sis newspaper newapaWTWU mew menwas mewWas
Was draw ctra to try the case on March Marchli MarchliTIll IS ISThe 15The
The clerk of Judge Gordons court urt de dectered deciaIM dodared
dared that h he knows know of no clan c of ofbetter men menbetter menbetter
better able to judge the tbfJJaerit merits of oCa sock socka veh veha
a case than newspaper men naea lie drew a attst aII ahot
hot of oteta1 eialueen reporters of the tilead pr prand prass prassand
and the attorneys on both botJ sMea took ftookadvantage Nokachanta tookadvantage
advantage of their challenges to scratch tlelatekt scratchsix scratchsis
sis t apiece apieceSIR apiece8m apieceSIR
SIR DANIEL DIXON DEAD DEADShipowner DEADSh DEADSlilpovrner
Shipowner Sh ho1Tn r Served Seven Terms as asLord nsIorel aslord
Lord Mayor of Belfast BtrlfaxtBelfast D Belfastelfa5t 1fallt 1falltDelfa
Belfast Delfa elfa5t March WThe Right Rt t Hon Sir SirDaniel Sir08nlel SirDaniel
Daniel Dixon who served seven lie terms termsas tenaaas teimasas
as lord mayor of this city and who for forthe forOle forthe
the past two years represented r nted North NorthBelfast NorthDeltaat NorthBelfast
Belfast as a Unionist in the House of ofCommons ofComI ofCommons
Commons OU died suddenly from heart die dtee dt dtto dieease >
ease e today to to ay whlleOII while on on his way to church churchat churehat churchat
at Hollywood He was tV deputy lieutenant Ueoteaaatad lieutenantzuid lieutenantand
and a justice of the peace for County eo
Down De and Belfast He was a well wellknown weJlkaown wellknown
known shipowner Ipowner and timber merchant merchantbeing merchantbeing
being beln the sole oIe partner in the firm of ofThomas efThomaa ofThomas
Thomas DIxon A Sons SonsPERISH So SoPERISH SonsPERISll
PERISH IN I TENEMENT FIR FIRMother FIRE FIREMother FIREMother
Mother and Two Children Lose Lives Livesin Livesin Livesin
in Fierce Flames FlamesSought FlamesSonhit
I I
Sought Safety net In Attic ttl After Hncape Hncapel i iII
l II y Means of Stairway Had HadBeen Hadbeta I IDeen
Been Cut Oft OftNew OftNew OffNew
New York March anJIa Mi In a a jittto cock cockloft cockI cockloft
loft or attte at tlc about t four ftJui feet high bl between betweenthe MtW8 betweenthe en I Ithe
I the rofC and ceiling cell of the tMilVefltory tMilVefltorydouble Iestory Iestorydouble nWotory nWotorydouble
double f frame raw tenement t 39 3 Bushwick ave avenue aveRue ayenue ¬
nue WmiMNtsburg Wml lMbulb Mrs M Ada BtagaJH mpgaJ was wasfound s sfound sfound
found dying of oCburns burns and smoke labels inhalation in inUOft labelstion ¬
tion Just before noon loHJay to ¼ lay by some 101 of ofthe oCtl1e oftime
the oromen firemen of Hook and Ladder Com Company ComPIlIIY Cornpany ¬
pany No NoMrs 58 58Mrs it
Mrs Bingalli who was but twentytwq twentytwqyears twontytwyears twentytwtyears
years old had climbed a ladder to the thecock Ulecock thecock
cock loft after she found that names dame had liadcut hadcut hadcut
cut off escape by the stairway sWrwa and she sheIwul alaehad shelied
had aMen there overcome Clasped in inthe Inthe Inthe
the mothers arms arm was her threemonths threemonthsold
old baby girl Another daughter Marie aiariethree lfarhthree Mariethree
three years old was on the mothers mothersback mothersback mothersback
back with ith its It arms clasped around Mrs MrsBingaltfs M MBingailis Irs IrsBlng
Bingaltfs Blng lUs neck Both the children were weredead weredNd weredeed
dead deadTiie dNdThe deedThe
The mother still till gripped tightly t1 Jttly a bag bR bRin
in which were at K l and a bank book She Shedied Shedied Shedied
died after she had been carried down the theladders theladders thebidders
ladders from the roof to the street The Thei Thefire Thelire
i fire was extinguished extinguishedwith with but little loss lossHENRY loaHENRY lossHENRY
HENRY E DIXEY DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSCompjinjr DISAPPEARSCompnnr DISAPPEARSCompany
Company Arrives rrhCH at Kcokuk I < cokuk but but Lead Leading I lcadlug ad adIn ¬
lug In Man in Not iot Along AlonpNew AlongNev IoD IoDNew
New York March 10 10Wa1tor Walter N Law Lawrence 1a 1arence Lawrence ¬
rence who owns the show stf > w The Man on onthe ontbe onthe
the Box m m which Henry IS DixeyVjs DixeyVjsstarring Dixe > Is Isatavtn Issta
starring sta rlng received r ed a telegram tonight from fromJohn fromTol1 rota rotaJoint
John Warnen V rt1n the road manager saying sayingthat sayingthat sayingthat
that both Dlxey and the leading woman womanMay womanMay womanMay
May Nordstrom had disappeared disappearedThe lsappearedThe
The company played pl yed on Saturday night nightat nIghtat nightat
at Ottunuva Ottum Iowa After the performance performancethe
the company left for Keokuk Iowa 10 where wherethey whcrethey wherethey
they are to play pia tonight With the ex exception exception exception ¬
ception of the two principals the com company company cornpany ¬
pany arrived in Keokuk tonfght There Thereaccording Thereaccording Thereaccording
according to the dispatch received by Mr MrLawrence 111Lawrence MrLawrence
Lawrence It was discovered that Dixsy Dixsyand Dlx Dixeyand y yand
and Miss Nordstrom Nord trom were missing missingTo ml68ingTo mimingTo
To Mount Vernon VernonMonday VvrnonMonday rnon rnonMonday
Monday March 11 dally dall thereafter thereafterSteamer thereafterStean1er thereafterSteamer
Steamer Charles Macalester lfacale ter at 10 a m mand mand mand
and 145 11 p m mKeflntea mR
Keflntea R to 3250 OO per l 0
pert r ri
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DOIIEFIGHTSTILLON DOIIEFIGHTSTILLONInactions DOWIE FIGHT STILL ON ONl1actiolls O OFactious
Inactions Now Quarrel Over OyerJ30dy OverBOly
Body of Dead Leader IJcaderWHREEFUNERALS La1erBREE
THREE WHREEFUNERALS BREE FUNERALS TO TOBE BE HELD HELDidorr 1IELDPjeloU EBLDimlorc
idorr ami aiim Son SO I Deny Den UIlclltorni Ronioratiou RonioratiouHost Itwmtomniioithost on onUot
Host the ItlRlit to Hold Services ScrviocOver ServicesOver erdOCIier
Over er the Heninins Umnlnlidhercutx Acllicrciitx of ofVTJIbur oCJlhur ofv1I
v1I VTJIbur Jlhur I Inir G Voliyn Vol olblI lyn Ac Accuse u e Prophet Prophetof
of Untruth ICven iu Prayers PrayersCaie PrncrsOkap lrnyerschicago
Caie chicago 0 MarcjH Kare MLA A A light over the thebody UaeI thebody
I body of John Alexander Dowie was jan yrecipiuued IndpItated janapitated
cipiuued today 7 when Mrs X Jane Dowie Dowieand DewleaBd Dowlead
and ad Gladstone Dowie refused m to have havethe haftthe havethe
the funeral t services for the prophet and andapostle aDdapoeth andapostle
apostle held under the auspices of the theRestoration 1MRatoratkNI theRestoratiosi
Restoration Host the little hand of ofM o otbat oftbst
M that had remained rana faithful to tile thaleader tileleacJer theltadei
leader hi his test trying months and who whohad w wnpported whohad
had supported him hhaby by their tithes and andmat aDdmet andmet
met with him te worship aft after be had hadbeen NdII badbest
been ulled f II tte ex6paMftieatatl ex exptnd I t and dc dcaou doA3
aou 8 aUg aiMil atJl itgbA f ti anM anMAs 4 4a
As a result there will be three funeral funeralservices tuDeralfor funeralv1ca
services v1ca for the dead leader Tomorrow Tomorrownight TomomtWn1Cht Tomorrownight
night at the home of Deacon J 1 Cutler Cutlerwlio Cutlerwbo Cutlerwho
who elates c divine diVJM succession to Dowie Dowieas Dowieas Dowlea
as a the leader of those who he terms termsStandpatters tenuaStadtten termsStaMpat7
Standpatters StaMpat7 the Restoration Host Hostwffl BOIItwilt Kostwill
wilt hold a funeral service for their be beloved be beIovfd beloved ¬
loved leader but without his body bodyThe bocIyT1te bodyThe
The real burial ceremonies csromonI win be beat held heldat heldat
at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon attemeo8h11oh from fromShiloh Irmahlloh
Shiloh hlloh Tabernacle Ta 1 aIc Here j4 J Judge V VBarnes VBanas yBarnes
Barnes will officiate and an effort win irfHbe wIJ1be winbe
be made o Induce raemhersof Jllel afi fac factions tac tacUea f fthins ¬
thins to attend attendService attendService UNCiScrlcc
Service In Shiloh House HouseJust lIonncJt llou llouJust
Just prior to this a service te an anouneed aato anoinwed
ouneed to take talr place at Shlloh house for forthe forthe forthe
the members of the Restoration n Hose HoseTJttle Iio Ho HoTame t tTAttle
TAttle reference ret was made to the dead deadleader 4Ieadleader deadleader
leader at either < the morning or the aft afternoon aftemooa af I ¬
ernoon services at Shiloh Tabernacle In Inthe InUte Intim
the morning monti Overseer H D ft Brasefteid Brasefteidpaid 1kueIeadpaW Brssedekjjld
paid a short tribute to Dowie Dowielamwwncement DowIeAt DowleA
At A the afternoon service beyond a ba baanROURClftHlt bsr bsraimuuncenwnt
lamwwncement anROURClftHlt of the funeral date the theonly theonly
only reference made to Devils te the thecourse tileeour tbecourse
course e of a twohour sermon aermo by Deacon
O I L L TyndalL was wasI wI wasI
I am willIng wftltn to accord to John John Alex Alexander AIexalMler Alexaadr ¬
ander Dowie the greatness that was his
due dueDfberaleiy 41 41Oeml
Dfberaleiy Oeml T accusing aocuID John
Dowie DOn of untruth even en m In their prayers pnay prayrsthe prayersthe
the adherents of Wilbur Wil Glenn G nn Votivavented
vented their spleen n against the dead deadprophet deadprophet deadprophet
prophet especially at Central Zion Temple
Sixteenth street and Michigan Mieh n avenue avenuePLANS avenuer avenuePLt1NS avenuet avenuePLANS
r t
PLANS BUSY CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNRepresentative CAMP CAMPAIGNUcprescmilntivt AIGN AIGNReurelllentnth
Representative William ll1larn Prepared Preparedto Prtpa ed edto
to Make ISiKht I ht Speeches a Week cek
Ji Memphis mphJs March 10 10ReprcaentaUy 10ReprcaentaUyWilliams Representative RepresentativeWltttams RipreaeatAtiveWUllama
Wltttams the th Democrat minority leader leaderhas IftIderha lenderhas
has his canvass eac for the Mississippi Sen Senu Senliorslaip SenolorsiiIp
liorslaip u < orship well under way although but butrecently buttly butrently
recently tly returned from Washington He Heic He1M HeIs
ic deluged daily with requests ta for ad addresses Rddressftl addresses ¬
dresses coming coml from all over the State Stateand Stat Statarcihe Statear4
and arcihe ar4 he says ys that should his physical con condition condition condillon ¬
dition hold as well as now he will deliver deliveraa dritvernny deliveran
aa many as eight ht speeches a a week This Thiscampaign TbisCfU Thisemunpalgu
campaign CfU paI promises plOml to be memorable in
Mississippi > politics and Mr Williams Whiha ex exIprecves eX eXJnNeS cxpresses
Iprecves presses himself elr as confident that the theoutcome theoutcome timeoutcome
outcome will 111 be favorable to himself himselfAs hhnaelfAs hhnnefAs
As to the minority leadership Mr Will Williams WillIams WIlllauts ¬
iams declares d lares himself safe He states statesthat stattSthat statesthat
that eightythree votes votesare are re sufficient to toelect toelelt toelect
elect and that he has pledged ninetysix ninetysixAmi nlnetysbAntI ninetysixAm
AntI the t MIssissIppIan 1Use8l pplan takes great pride pridein prideIn prideIn
in the fact that the confidence of his hisfellowDemocrats histellowDfmocfltts hisfellowDemocrats
fellowDemocrats will be his until the theend theend theend
end of his term whether his is chosen enS chosenSenator chosenSenator
Senator S mtor or r not notLINER ntLINEIt natLINEB
LINER BUFFETED BY STORM STORMWater STORMVnttr STORIILWaler
Water Delude A the Smoking Room Roomand Roomnnel Roomaiim
and aiim Saloon of La Savolc SavolcNew SlnolcNew SavoicNow
New York March 10 1OTbe The French liner linerLa ltnerLa linerLa
La Savoie which arrived here from rota Havre Havretoday HavretodaYf Havretodays
today todaYf went through more weather than thanher thanher thanher
her commander Capt Touraier ever saw sawbefore sawb sawbtfore
before b rore A huge sea canw over the port portside p pbrtside rt rtside
side on Wednesday smashed 81led the oak oakdoor 04tkdoOr oakdoor
door doOr o or the smoking room tore away an aniron BAIiron anIron
iron stairway from rein the main IIH II deck d k to the thepromenade Utepromft thepromenade
promenade promft tle deck broke the heavy glasses glassesof s4Iosof gIssoof
of all the side ports forward and deluged delugedtlie delugedthe delugedthe
the saloonPassengers saloon saloonPassengers loon loonPassengers
Passengers who were playing ecrds In Inthe inthe Inthe
the smoking room found themselves the l6elvs in inwater 1ftwater Inwater
water knee deep d p and one passenger passengerSenator paa engerSenator passengerSenator
Senator A I Houghton lough ton of Boston who whowas whowas whowas
was in hte h stateroom declares that lie liewas bewas hewits
was all but drowned The water came cameinto caineInto cameInto
into his room Just as lie was wa shaving shavingand shavingand shavinganti
and knocked him off his feet and when whenlie whenhe whenhe
he found himself hlm lr he was sitting in two twofeet twofeet twofeet
feet of water waterThe waterThe waterThe
The gales began soon after La Savoie Savoieleft Savoielft Savoleloft
left Havre H vre The paseengers pas en ers were kept keptin keptIn keptIn
in their cabins for or two days and the thesteerage th thstNrage thesteerage
steerage passengers pa8Sng rs were not permitted permittedto
to go out of their t I quarters quartersXJbtoey q quartersLibe t rg rgHbpe
XJbtoey Hbpe Libe > Co c 8fh ot aria 1 sitU I a N is TC i kve aye
r rI
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LAVISH SPENDER EJECTED EJECTEDRichard EJEOTEDIUohnrl1 ElECTEDiticliard
Richard S Wnrlnsr VarJu of New 1te York YorkCc YorkG YorkGct
Cc G Gct b < Boftttcroas Jn Frisco Hotel HotelSun UoteISItn hotelSan
Sun Francisco March lit 10Young Young Rich Richart Richm Richard
art S s Waring Wartn of New York was ejected ejectedfrom ejectedtroM ejestedfrom
from the Savoy Hotel early yesterday yesterdaymorning yc yesterdaymorffluig terdflY terdflYmott
morning because of disorderly dls rderly conduct conductWith C conductWith nd ndWlttt
With Waring woe another young fellow fellowwhom fellowwhom followwhom
whom he Introduced as Mr Stuyveaant StuyveaantPlan SWyYMantFlak StuyvesantFisk
Plan jr of New York1 Y l1c With the theyoung Ule70tful theyotiig
70tful young men VItA a couple of pretty and andstyltehly nndsqll andstylishly
stylishly sqll hly dressed women womenYoung womeRYoung womenYoung
Young Waring has recently been dis displaying dilpJaying displaying ¬
playing a a large rge bank roll and has been beena
a generous spender His father Is Iswealthy a awealthy awealthy
wealthy New York man and the family familyIt
It said to be related to the Whltneys WhltneysFriday WhltneysP11day WhitneysFriday
Friday night he was a lavish spender spenderfor spenderfor spenderfor
for good things in the grill Toward the theend theend theend
end of the meal Waring got into his htehead hisland hisbead
head that a couple of the fire extinguIsh extlnguWiera h hen
era hanging on the walls should be besmashed besmashed besmashed
smashed 11 He attempted the feat but hotwas butwas butwas
was stopped Bt Pped and thrown out of the house houseLater hou houLater houseLater
Later he wag arrested but the manage management manft manftment managemeat ¬
ment of the hotel balled him out He Hewas Hewu Hews
was not allowed llow l to reenter the hotel hotelhowever hotelhowner hotelhowever
however hownerCATTLEMEN howeverCATTLEMEN i iCATTLEMEN
CATTLEMEN KILL SHEEP SHEEPdlaxked SHEEPrallkell SHEEPp SHEEPZInsked
p
dlaxked rallkell Raider In I ii Wyoming1 Vyonul omlnr ng Slaugh Slaughter Slnughtcr Slaughfor ¬
for Herd ot 4000 Animals AnimalsJtoKfat Animals1iIIIda1 AnimalsSpdal
JtoKfat to DM WMbtecUK WMtli iMR Herald HeraldSheridan UJdSberidan liseldSheridan
Sheridan Wyo VJQ March rek ItA A message messagefr meMgefftIJ8 messagefrom
fr from m the Owl Creek country states that thata thatof thata
a band of twelve masked men raided a asheep aeamp aiheep
sheep eamp belonging to David D v1d Dickie Dickieoverpowered Dickiepowered Dickleoverpowered
overpowered powered the herder drove 4000 f smeep smeeplate teep teepInto eepa
Into a ravine and there beat or shot shotthem shoti shothenm
them i henm to death deathT deathcal deathma
T ma camp cal p outfit was burned following followingwMch tollo1Dgtile followingwhich
which the herder rder was driven away from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the vicinity and threatened with death deathIt dethIt deathIt
It he returned T1turned retu ned Cattlemen are supposed supposedto
to have perpetrated the outrage outrageTen outnlseTen outrageTen
twelve men B supposed to tohave tohave tohave
Ten days ago a uqen
have been the same part partt raided a sheep sheepcamp sb sheepcamp ep epcamp
camp belonging to J A Waisner In the Uicsame theme timesame
same me section and killed 400 head of sheep sheepThe sbeepThe sheepThe
The cattlemen It is sajfcl eel have marked markedout markedout markedout
out a dead line and the Dickie sheep sheepwere sheepwt sheepwere
were wt > re one mile over the dead line JlneThe lineThe one oneThe
The war I is expected to spread to other othercamps oUtercampS othercamps
camps and further trouble is likely to OC ooMAN OCcur occur
i cur
curMAN
MAN AND AND25000 25000 GONE GONEaicsMcnger GONEJlcfllen GONEMcssengjr
i aicsMcnger Jlcfllen cr for Aciv eU YoVk Y k Bank Dl Dlanpcar Die nlanlpcnrll Dieappears
appears With Collections CollectionsNew CoUcctionliNew CollectionsNew
New York March Iarch ItWilliam Glasby Glaebya
a messenger for or the National Park Bank Bankat Bankat Bankat
at Broadway way and Fulton street has die disappeared dlappan4 dieappeared ¬
appeared with collections said 10 amount amountto
to at teat least 5 15me 3S Private detectives be believe beline beDOve ¬
line be ha hae fled to Canada accompanied accompaniedby
by his stepbrother IJteI lwother and their sweet sweethearts weetheart1 sweethearts ¬
hearts The bank Is I one of the largest largestin Jan Irgt IrgtIn t tIn
in the city Its last statement showed showeda >
a paidup capital ca of 3C9MG0 eoo and a aur surplus aurplua aurplus ¬
plus and undivided profits at oi oiIts H SSi000 SSi000Its JXO JXOIts
Its deposits c1evoaltacunouat amount to over overGtaaby 5 m mGIub 7 IW IWGtasby
Gtasby Is twentythre goodleaking goodleakingand goodWt goodbueklngsnd klng klnghU
and has a roving rovl disposition lt1on fife fl ran ranaway ranhcNR ransy
away from his It home la I Scotland thre threyears three threeeartI threeyears
years eartI aiga ga and lived for a while In Can Canad CaGIaabs Canado
ad ado Glasbys principal work was to go goout Oout goout
out to collect notes and drafts sent in inby in1ty inby
by the banks depositors and correspond correspondents corr correspondeats SlKHld SlKHldents ¬
ents Efforts E orta < to trace tracetbe the four in Buf Buffalo Buftalo Buttalc ¬
talc were futile futileDescription 0IU1eDtscrtpdollllof futileDescriptions
Description Dtscrtpdollllof of Gtasby have been lois telegraphed teJe1aphed loisgr ¬
graphed gr the ponce of Canadian n dries drieswith dtJe dtJewith cideewith
with a request that he he be arrested A on onsight 0 0I oneight
sight shtR eightRGllEST
R RGllEST I GHE ST l AuIS N < DJS1 I Tft TftFrederick iJSSU iJSSUFrederiok Ii IiFrederick
Frederick Weyerhauser r Disappears Disappearsfrom Disappearsfrom Disappearsfrom
from Train on CoastLieatcnnnb Coast CoastLieutenant CoastLieutenants
Lieutenant of ofLumber Lumber King lin Greatly GreatlyAlarmed Grean Greanlurmed GreatlyAlarmed
Alarmed nt Mystery J1r8t ry Surrounding SurroundingAbsence Surr Surroundingtlitence andlng andlngb
Absence b encc of the Billionaire BillionaireI
I Dpieiri l te UK WxWugtua H Bee BeeLos Uenrtd UenrtdI L LLos
I Los Aj Angeles efcs CaL Os March M ISThs Tfc The en enPacIIc entlrle n nth
th tlrle Pacific 54fl Coast te stirred by a rcpart rcpartthat rCJNNttJaat rsparttbt
that Fre Frederk Prederlpk Weyerhauser the lumber lumberking Muwkrr loatherking
king disappeared from a train tral between betweenhere 1tetweetthere betweenhere
here and Santa 1Mra Barbara within the last lastfortyeight la laort7elPt lastfort7elgiat
fortyeight hours hoursWeyerhanaer hounWeyerilalNlCl hoursWeyerhauser
Weyerhanaer towers far above Rocke Rockefeller Rockefeller Ruckefeller ¬
feller in wealth and his lieutenants ueutenaats here hereare her herare hereare
are alarmed The timber king passed passedthrough JSHt1th1OelSh pseedthrough
through San Francisco igp i And was wasrecognised wast wasrecognised
recognised at t Santa Barbara on a train trainbound trainbGaad trInbound
bound for Los Angeles about noon Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day Since then t Jl his movements have havebeen mnrebeeD havebeen
been an Impenetrable mysteryf m8tery The 1ae lead leading leadI leadLog ¬
Log I hotels of Los Angeles An rles arid 3d Pasadena Pasadenanave aMX8 Pasadenahave
nave no record or him himThe billtThe himThe
The Southern Pacific officiate having havingbeen IaaTluSbeen havingbeset
been appealed to every train man and aadporter audff andprtet
porter ff baa been notified to trace the bil billionaire bel1IcJnaje billkmare ¬
lionaire He te seventythree years rea old oklwears oldwears oldwears
wears a gray y beard and mustache dark darksalt darttsuit dauitmitt
salt black bow tie tic and te bald in front frontRobert fmaLRobert frontRobert
Robert U L McCormick confidential con dentJ1t man manfor manfor manfor
for Weyerbaiiwr Is not with him on this thistrip thistrip thistrip
trip The timber king nt left I t Minneapolis Minneapolissome jnnpoIionte Minneapolissome
some weeks eeks ago a to Inspect his forests fOft UJ
SALOON MEN INDICTED INDICTEDMctliodx INDIOTEDIcthod INDICTEDMethods
Methods Icthod of Securing ect1rin ISvidcncc Is IsCondemned II6old Ist
Condemned 6old t n nttl l II by y Uraml Tory JuryBelmont ToryBclmont Jar Jar1klmont
Belmont N Y March 10The Ale Allegany Ailepny Alegany
gany County grand jury having finished finishedits AnlshedIt lintshedits
its It labors for the present pre nt session on of the theSupremo tbeSUpremq theSuprenu
Supremo Court has returned r turnttd fiftyone fiftyoneIndtetntehts fiftyoneIndkbne1ts i1tyoneipdtctmeite
Indkbne1ts Indtetntehts most of them against IwflS IwflSand ItO ItOami bot botand
and saloon lcon keepers for excise e violations violationson
on evidence secured by Ute AntiSaloon AntiSaloonLeague ABUSaloonLe AntiSaloonLeegue
League Le gue of whish Rev L C Randolph Randolphof
of Alfred bas charge in the county countyThe countyThe countyTime
The jury however when they the made madetheir madetheir madetheir
their returns offered a resolution n con condemning condemning condemnlng ¬
demning the method by which tlte evi evidence e1dfQCe cvideuce ¬
deuce was secured red it being stated in the theresolutions there661utlons theresolutions
resolutions Unit young men students at atAlfred atAlfrtCl atAlfred
Alfred University Unherslt and The Theological logtcal Semi Seminary Semiwuy Seminary ¬
nary some of wheat had not before beforetasted beforetasted beforetasted
tasted intoxicating mtoxlca tins liquors tasted it for forthe forthe forthe
the first time while going about the thecounty toocounty thecounty
county to hotels to get the evidence evidencesome tvldencem evidencesome
some m of them swearing sw rlng that they the were weredrunk wrodrunk weredrunk
drunk from the effects of the liquor they theyImbibed Ute UteImbi theyimbIbd
Imbibed ImbibedCHICAGO Imbi ImbiCHICAGO imbIbdCHICAGO
CHICAGO TRAIN IN ACCIDENT ACCIDENTSpring ACOIDENTSprhJ1II ACCIDENTSprings
Spring Under Pullman Car Break Breakand DrenknndPn Breakand
and nndPn Pnascjigcra iCJHcrJ Get a Shaking Up UpPitlsburg UPPltlsburg UpPlttsburg
Pitlsburg March Iarch 10 18The The Chicago ChicagoSpecial ChicagoSpfClal ChicagoSpecial
Special on tho Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadmet RllHrowj1I8t Railroadmet
met with a peculiar accident a short dis distance distance dlstance ¬
tance out of Plttsburg tonight The Thetrain Thetrain Thetrain
train which is known as No 25 left New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York at 756 7i 85 oclock this thls1nornlng corning antI w WitS WitSchodlllfd wn wnscheduled s sscheduled
scheduled to reach Pittsburg at 652 652oclock 65oJock 65 65oclock
oclock this evening eveningA
A short distance this side of Irwinthe Irwinthesprings Irwin the thesprh timespthig
springs sprh of one of o the Pullman cars broke brokeallowing br brbkeallowing ke keailowing
allowing the body of o the car to fall on onthe onthe onthe
the trucks trucksThe trucksTho trucksTime
The train was running runnln about fifty miles milesan milesan mIlesan
an hour and many of the passengers passengersin
in the damaged coach were thrown about aboutand aboutand < bout boutand
and badly cut and bruised The train trainwas traInwas trainwas
was delayed seventy minutes by the theaccident theaceldent theaccident
accident
J H Small Sons Florists FloristsWashington FlorlstWashington FlorlslumWashington
Washington and New York YorkEstablished YorkEstabUshed YorkC
Established 1S24 Lumber
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RELATIVES SCORE SCOREEVELYNS SCOREEVELYIiS
EVELYNS MOTHER MOTHERMatelnaLGraudparel1t MOTHERMate111aLirauc1parellt
MatelnaLGraudparel1t Maternal Grandparent anil anilAunts aut1lnts aiitlAunts
Aunts 1lnts Issue Statement StatementCALL State1l181ltCALLCONDuar StatdnlolilCALL
CALL CALLCONDuar CONDUCT INHUMAN IMUMAXMrs INHUMAXMrs INHUMANMrs
Mrs Holinan Blamed for For Forsaking Forsaldl1g Forsaking ¬
saking Her Daughter DaughterUrge DaughterUrgc
Urge People of PHlslmrsr and Alle Allegheny AtiICglmen UleIhen ¬
gheny Ihen City Cft to Rise in Their In Indignation IndIgnation n ndignation ¬
dignation and Hum Mrs IIomnnIn HolmnnIn Holmnn hiolnupain
In Efilpry EffiJClahu Claim She Knew WMte WMteWas WJ WIteWas lte lteIIJ
Was IIJ Not t t Giving Glvin Array A ny money for forCharity forChnrltlnrns forCharityTurns
Charity Chnrltlnrns Turns Against Daughter DaughterPfUburg DaaSlttelPfttaburt DaughterPILtaburg
PfUburg March M 1tMrs Mrs Charles J JHolman JHolmaD JHolmnen
Holman mother of Mrs t Harry K 1ha 1hate 1bahi ThaI
te I the object of a bitter excoriating ar arraignment arralgnmeat arralgnment ¬
raignment from her motherinlaw Mrs MrsEliza Nr NrEliza MrmEhiza
Eliza Nesbit blt and two sistersinlaw Mr MrCarrie MrCarrie r rCarrie
Carrie Mortimer ortJaMr and andMr andMra trs Laura r Gal Galralth Galralth Gaira1th
> ralth who have j Just st issued la ud a signed signedstatement 15j sinnedstatement ed edtement
statement tement that closes with the thm suggestion suggestionthat suggeltlolithat suggeetlomthat
that the people of Plttsburg tt burg and Alle Allegheny AIlEgheny Ahkgheny
gheny should rise tiE in their indignation indignat on and andborn an anbum andburn
born Mrs Holman in effigy efflgyThe efttgyTbe effigyThe
The grandmother and aunts of Kvelyn KvelynNesbit 1Cel ehyn ehynNesbit n nNesbit
Nesbit Thaw charge char e Mrs Hohnan wit withaving withaving witi witihaving
having sent > eat her daughter to Wh WIJIte te and arcisay anisay
say 88 that that even en were she mmoetat hf hfTon > r rwrongdohtgT 1wrongdoing
wrongdoing wrongdohtgT Ton she had since acted fa an aninhuman it1JnbumaD a aInhuman
inhuman manner ma ner by turning against h hr hrdaughter r rdaughter rdaughter
daughter in her trouble troubleTurns troubleTUrnll troubleTunis
Turns Against nlnst Daughter DaughterThey DanghterTbey DaughterThey
They charge cbar that Mrs Hoiman r rp rpc recielved > I Icelved
celved c ved money moM from Stanford WIth and andthat andthat andthat
that she must have known from rOlD h 1t1 = r ex expeFtence exeFIence cxperlence
peFtence hi the world that White was 1 l n nr nrglviag ngiving i igiving
giving the money solely Iely through Charity CharityAnd r1uit r1uitAnd arity arityAnd
And now they charge char c she turns against againsther againsther againsther
her daughter after being the ltnHreT ltnHreTcause InUretClUH in lirei lireicause
cause of her misfortunes and will wi n nadmit nadmit aadmit
admit her errors but Is making stmuiou stmuiouefforts str1uQue strrmouefforts
efforts e < rtB to save her reputation by b seiidine seiidineinformation 8adinDi 5cmdinCInformation
information to o District Di triet Attorney tt < M7 Jeron Jeronso JerotfIO Jeronso
so that that tha he can torture the th girl und undcroaexamiaation iundcrossexaminatIon s scrossexamination
crossexamination crossexaminationBilly crossexaminatIonBilly to toDillT
Billy Thaw In Mexico MexicoBilly JlexlooBilly MexicoBilly
Billy Thaw TbawJtePbew nephew of Harry Keinda KeindaThaw KendaTba nda ndaThaw
Thaw Tba who left Howard Eatons ranch ranchIn ralK ralKWy reuhIn
In Wyoming Wy a few day mla ago for the pur purpose purpoee putpose
pose of going to New York York evideMijr evldegiJ b bcame lJcame bcame
came considerably muddied muddled after afte lump Jaiining lumpIllS jzmbig
IllS the reservation and when he reach rmchmr rmchmrAhbuquermue chlj chljAlbuquerque < r rAlbuquerque
Albuquerque decided to make a a dash im imOld jntDid thtOld
Old Mexico on a a hunting trio With hiii hiiiare Ii Iiare hui huiare
are his J uncle ulltle uneInraak Jf rank k Dohrman Dohrm and Bt BtThe RetThe aUIl aUIlThe <
The Albuquerque Journal chronicle e ti tidoings t i idoings 1doings
doings of Thaw when be visited that amis amisdrum tJUlJidrum iun iundrum
drum place in this tb manner mannerA nHUInerA mannerA
A young man stylishly sty shly dreaael dreu raH1 raH1mfdluB1 I u umedium f fmedium
medium height and weight T Wit 8tJi It Itaptlngy iispringy l lspdngy
springy step climbed up the stairs 1I at atSturges1 atStU1 atSturges
Sturges1 StU1 Buropiean uroan Botiri 1JotWtIlliltb with a gre gr at t deu deuof deaor de deof
of or labor Ji wes w eilgbtiy iglktiy todispos indisposd s > < i ipar iiI sipRr
par piUy t t V VAJra <
t < noj tr 1IJ b bMtt
imaisiTse AJra 5 80 gota a latter Mtt < of credit nf urdit it fur fliteoo furun
55090 eoo un he Said aaldThe AldThe SaidThe
The repent le t says the young jr Iii niii u egis egistered egistered gis gistered
tered under the th name of John Ji 1 n but butwhen buthen butwhen
when hen he ran into a negro 1Ie O bellboy wh winhad whhad whhad
had formerly worked for tilt Thaws Tha w > the thenext th thnnt thenext
next morning be Admitted his j idntit idntitThe i1nt1tThe < 1 ntit ntitThe >
The bellboy took toott him for Harry HaTr Thaw Thawat Thawat Thawat
at first glance glanceBilly glaaeeBIlIy glanceBilly
Billy visited the White Elephant t Res Restaurant R Rertaurant 1 1tunlnt ¬
taurant on Saturday night IdKiItJaaY1Jtt hav haYitg ig drawsi drawsifl clrawaUtI drawion
fl UtI on his letter of credit and and the re report r rport report ¬
port says he certainly treated the bo 00IM bodee > s sJlne
dee JlneHAEEY IMHARRY deeHARRY
HARRY THAW CASE EESTJMp EESTJMpState RESU RESUStntc RES1JMJD RES1JMJDState
State to Begin gln Examination of ofVitnesHes orVitlleHHes ofWijiicse5
VitnesHes In UebuttnlNew ltebuttalNew Rebuttal RebuttalNew
New York March M 18DIatrtct District Attorney AttorneyJerome AttorneyJ AttornryJerome
Jerome J rome did not vtett his office to ti tiCriminal t IiCrhnhiai i iCriminal
Criminal Courts building buHd at all todu todubut udabut todabut
but he was closeted d all this afternw afternwwith afierntw1th afternomwith
with 1th Assistant A t District Attorneys Garva Garvaand Gunlaad Garvaand <
and Nott at Ids home In Rutgers BtIt1 BtIt1At ntrccAt tr trAt
At the conference which was resumed resumedafter IeUm IeUmafter reiumdfter
after fter dinner dbm r and lasted until late in th thevening thftDlnt
evening the ones lines on which 1 c1a the pn pntJon < sec sectkm seelion
lion will base Its rebuttal in toe Thav Thawcase ThavCIe Thavcase
case were weren again gone over and the plait plaitof piamof >
of the prosecution finally manned out outMr out1ir omitMr
Mr Jerome himself declined to mal makknown malItDoWD nialknown >
known the result of the conference or t tsay to tohetber tsay
say whether hetber he had decided upon any anychange K anychange n y y1ft
change m 1ft regard rd to the presentation presentationevidence tUon < f ferldence fevidence
evidence as a result of the interrogation interrogationof
of the live new alienists who were sum summoiled SUltl1flO1 sum sumutwflled
moiled to his office last Saturday Saturda 4j 4jwINther < > r rwhether m mwhether
whether their aaawers DI m Ia ret regard rd t tThaws tl tlr iThaws >
Thaws r w sanity or Insanity la on the night Ir IrSlaDfoni f fStanford fStanford
Stanford Whites White murder had eau ed him himto hl hintto > t tto
to make any radical change in the wor word wordtn wordbig < i ihi
hi big of the hypothetical hypot tkal questIon tIGR which WhlC i I
will b k addressed I to th the medical experts expertsfor eperlltor czpeftsfor
for the prosecution this week weekThaws w weekFhmnws k krhBn
Thaws rhBn Lawyers L2n1 erJli Rest RestThaws UCJltThaw I
Thaws lawyers took a day off Mr Lnl Lnltnas 1It1m lmelinns
inns m s the captain of the Thaw legal torc for forwent forc5 forc5went s swent
went out to Morris Plains on Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayanrnoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon there to be the guest of Pr PrBrltton ProBrfltoft PrBrittoa
Brltton Brfltoft D Evans of the State Insan InsanAsylum InsanAsylum InsanAsylum
Asylum He was as Joined there this mon moning mOT1InS mornlug
InS by H IL Clay McPike his partner Tho Tholawyers Th Thlawyen ThInwyere
lawyers did not return to town until lat lattonight latton hattonight <
tonight ton t Qifford HartrWge A A Russ RusseU RusseUPeabody > > ii iiPea i I IPebod
Pea Pebod Peabody body and John B Gleason also toyu toyua tUUtrespite tuu tuua
a respite and spent the day quietly 1t 1thomQ uthome t thome
home Dan OReilly was the only tine of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Thaw lawyers who took any active activesteps acth acthstps aCtlesteps
steps in the case caseMr easeMr caseMr
Mr OReilly O 1I7 called on Mrs Evelyn Nes Nesbit Nesbit Neshit ¬
bit Thaw at the Lorraine this Ut afternoon afternoonto afternooito
to talk talk over the course that sin sb is j t > pur pursue pursue putsue ¬
sue in regard to the subpoena poeua du clUIj cs t tecuri tecurifor euJfor tecunor
for or all of Stanford Whites hUes letters in hr hrpossession hfrpos hmrpossession
possession pos which was as served on her l by byMr > 1Mr y yMr
Mr Jerome during durln her cVoasexeTninatiiin cVoasexeTninatiiinSo oegexamiuatlun oegexamiuatlunSo
So Sfcr lr I the ttie younger Mrs lt Thaw has not notproduced 1W 1Wprodoced itotproduced
produced these th letters and wh whtt11 th r t rii riiwill Ji Jiwill l1wUl
will do sa none of the Thaw lawytrs lawytrswould laW3t r rwould is iswould
would say today toda In this com CO conwdon no > rOOn < rton u umay 1lmay itlofty
may be worth noting that Cftff CftIfn1ld < ird TV TVHartrldge YHartridg8 W WlIartrldge
Hartrldge although served with A similar similarsubpoena similarsUbpoena similarsubpoena
subpoena minces tecum by Distrsn Dl8tTl t At Attorney Attome Attornoy ¬
torney tome Jerome at the same time as a Mrs MrsThaw Mrsfhaw MrsThaw
Thaw was as served has paid no further furtherattention furtheratt furtherattention
attention att ntlon to the request req t Mr Jerome him himself himself bunself ¬
self if he intends to compel the produc production prodnctlon producthen
then of the letters in case Mrs Thaw and andMr MilMr antiSir
Mr Hartridge bring them to court volun voluntarily voluntarlly vohuntinily ¬
tarily tarlly has made no statement as to ti t1meM timeans a ameans
means by which he intends J teJMIs to accompli necompliuihis i ihis IhIs
his object objectFirst objectFlr8t objectFirst
First Witness to Be Called CalledNone CnlIedNone calledNone
None of the Thaw lawyers Yen would w 1d say saytoday MYUdtty saytoday
today whether ha anticipated anr aat radical radicalchange nt radicalchange leal lealcbaIl
change cbaIl e on Mr Jeromes part It waa waalearned WRSlearde wosIosriled
learned however that they expect that thateither thlLtoitJlor thateither
either Evelyn Nesbit Thaw or Mae M MKonzie Mt MtICeazie k kKOIIzie <
Konzie will be the first witness called t ttlie tit titUl ttthe >
the Ul stand tomorrow morning These Tht > S wit witnesses wllne witnmaes ¬
nesses will be followed the Thaw lawyers lawyersCONTINTBD lawyIsCONTINGKD lawyersCONTINtIID
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