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I I I i F < QUALITY QUAL PAPER I f TH THE E WASHINGTON iT d SH ING TON H HERALD Circoata3W33lt Circoata3W33ltEfidsfi Efidsfi EndaUlarch r March a WJk28903 9 J f fNO n ni UNO S SI
NO 156 t WASHINGTON 2 D C TUESDAY MARCH AROH 12 1907 ONE CENT UJ NI
JPIERPdT J MORGAN MORGANIllTS MORGANVIITS 1IORGAYISffSWHITE
IllTS VIITS YISffSWHITE WHITE HOUSE HOUSEDiscusses HOUSEJscnsses 11OUSEIcusses
Discusses Railroad Legisla LegislaV 1egislartiollvitl1Plesid Legislation
V rtiollvitl1Plesid tioli with President Pesidciitvis ut utGlYJDSL I IOUT
GlYJDSL vis OUT OUTAdvises srfArE1IENf srfArE1IENfAlr SThTThUENTAtvises
Advises Alr es Cooperation and Ar Araaiiges Arxauges Ar4uges
aaiiges for Conference Conferencefiiinncier COl CoifrnceP1jsnneIer fercnce fercncefiunnelcr
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fiiinncier DecInroH rrnnsportntion PlazuijHrtfltioflUompunleK rrnnsportntionOorapanicH lrnnRIJOrtntionOompnnleH
OorapanicH Are Not In AntnKOiilHtic AntnKOiilHticMood AntnJonlRti1OOJlcCren AntflgOJiIPItIC21Ood1eCrca
21Ood1eCrca Mood 1OOJlcCren 3IcCrcn of Fennaylvnnlri Fennaylvnnlrinricl l 1nnMy1vniIuand nmlhnrh nmlhnrhnrid
and Others to o Come to Washington WabingionYonkuin WashingtonVonknin Vn bintnn bintnnYonkum
Vonknin of Rock Inland Alno See SeeChief SeeM SeetChlc SeeMC1LICf
Chief Executive HxecuthtH Hiirrlnmns rr1ntnn VIotv VIotvJ VioimJ
J Pternont Morgan I conferred with withPnostdont withp withPtdit
Pnostdont p Roosevelt for all a hour 110 and nd a ahate RJudf1 a1sa
hate Judf1 1sa Just t evening ec In on tile tb raflroad prob problews PN PN1em problesUs
lews of the country countryThe eouatryfhe eountTyThe
The The result of the conference cooereuce was w that thatPresident thatresident thatPdent
President resident Roosevelt Roo agreed eetl to totloft a augses augsestion sugetknt
tion made by Mr Morgan that he h meet meetand M eta mtaid
and a discuss dt dtscu c general enera1 railroad affairs as a At affected Atfftted atfeeted ¬
fected by the railwayrate law with withPresident WithPreskleat withPresident
President McOea Ne of the Pennsylvania PylftRIaMattern Penusylvaalasstem PennsylvaniasiHtem
siHtem President pre ident Newman of orpwt Jhe te New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Central and nd President President Melton of ofthe oCth oftb
the th New York New Haven Hav and Hartford Hartfordair Hartfordr Lart1or Lart1ortr
air r Morgan arrived in IneeaINg Washington hurt hurtewnfttg Jutm
ewnfttg m about 9 oclock He went to the tbeWMte theWIIJCie theWW
WMte WW House IIou at t W I0n4 and nd from there the at atlar at31sedock
lar 1 31sedock oclock ck he went to the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniastation Ppnn PennayIviiiaMattft ylv nla nlataUeltboarW
station taUeltboarW eoarded the Rover his private privateear privateear jwlvatecar
ear and started etar bade to New N York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Morgan JeI a toW the President that the theraftroad th thraftrtMd theraflred
raftroad companies lO of the country were werenot wereJHJt wereIot
not Iot in an antagonistic tie mood concerning concerningthe concernlolthe concerningthe
the railroadrate bill bill and nd that they theywished tMyw theywhd
wished w It to Ira I h enforced and a desired fi to tocooperate tocoopente toceoperste
cooperate with the government t to tide thtecud t1l1sed tideHe
cud cudile ile He suggested ed that the President meet meettbe meettbe meetthe
tbe three b railway preaMenui men mentioned mentioned mentioiied ¬
tioned with i view vie to ftndteg ftndllt same 1M tom eomraMt tomJ1I8It coinme
raMt ground rouad for fO cooperation which woukl wouklbe wouklbe wouldbe
be beneficial to both the people and to tothe tutbe tothe
the railroad raUreM1Vruiik systems systemsl 8JStft1M 8JStft1MruIl1JtneH
l 1Vruiik ruIl1JtneH runlc hljicH Approve qpruve Move JIovcTbe Jlo JloTile MoveTheWg
Tile TheWg bhj trunk lines have decided that thattbe thatthe thatthe
the only Urine to do is to work y rktU wit 4th the thegovernment thet thegovernment
government t for the enforcement eaf etI of new newlaws sewlaws
laws The recent laws enacted epae by like likevarious thleft theade
various ade State legislatures left ata towering Iow pas passenger hae a anejer ¬
senger ae rate Ja and making k other require requirements 1m 1m11MiI requireI ¬
ments 11MiI I have disturbed ed the arJtrotuls OIIdO and andhave ande andhate
have e made the financial situation ember embargo emberfor bar barre ¬
go for the purpose of allaying aUaJi public ap appreiienstoa apprthensloe p pp
preiienstoa p and qd Improving a aittenthe threatening threateningmtuntion tltrtenlagi
mtuntion i lAtthe the great line 1 U have determine IOtermIIedto cl clto 1 1to
to e everything e erythia passible to improve condi condina toltie rondiee
tie ee na nasfr
eeir
sfr ir 4ittan made the folUmins fo GwiIJl1ItItte foflowiugutetenit GwiIJl1ItIttehilt state statemelBt
nit oonosrusng bio visit and ad conference conferenceWfSre1 conferncewjIW ferQCe ferQCeWiIIIat
WiIIIat NNut NNute a aI
e d dbf T
I bf WfSre1 leavinir l 1eivin arifor for s gjaone ow I came to toWaMnttc tuW 10WInttn
WaMnttc W ft to tee the Piusitont t t to din diseuss di diue dine1
euss e1 the busnessfttuation uat onpaIUe particularly IY as asoting asto an4cctI
4cctI oting railways railwayssuggested ndlwa ndlwaed railwaysuagented
to tondlwa suggested ed to the President that it itgreatly ith itw1d
w1d h greatly to the public interest htt t if ifhe Ifwould Ifbe
he would would see Mr McCrea Mr Newman Newmanand New Newand Newmanand
and Mr Mellen eIIen and confer with them the as asto asto antowbat
to towbat what steps might be taken to allay the theputjjk thenow theP1C
P1C putjjk snooty s4 now threatening th to obstruct obstructrfJhlad obetructraI
1 rfJhlad isvurtment t and construction eoMt11lCt1eRe and andespecially adepdsIIy
especially e peelally to allay nAY public juudety ty as to wtile tothe tothe
the relations between Mt the raftroade rafk and andtbe aDdthe andthe
the government governmentThe 1 governmentT1ie ernlMnt ernlMntThe
The The President P ent said he would gladly gladlysee gladlysee tlly tllysee
see them t with this end in view viewYnnktim vteYunknm viewYunkiiin
Ynnktim SOCK Preftiilcnt IJrellldentJ X
8 J F Taakum chairman of the Board Boardof hardof hosedof
of directors 4Iftet nl of the t Chicago CftIcaGOR Rock k Inland IshWwland IRt IdaDd Inlandand
and PachV d and nd practically the head 4 of oftMM ofthRt ofthat
that syfttcnTf nyatl also saw the President P nt and amitalked KtH KtHtallle andtaIke
talked with with him about the very things thingswhich tblngl1ddI thingswhich
which 1ddI were taken take up In the evening in inthe intte inth
the th conference COIIr between I Mr Morgan and aadthe IlMthe andthe
the President Later Mr Ir Y Yoahm oakum went wentto wentto ent entto
to the Interstate Jatenta Commerce Commission Commissionofliee Commalonoa
ofliee 000 and talked with the commissioners commissionerson
on the same me subject subjectThere iubjectThere bject bjectThere
There wfll JMObaDI probably be an announcement announcementfrom anneuncementfrom announcementfrom
from the White House e today or at least leastwithin Jeastttltl leastwithin
within ttltl a couple of days as to when whe Mr MrMcCrea illeCla MrcCaea
McCrea eCla Mr Newman and Mr tr Mellen wHI wHIcome wHICOIIWJ willeome
come to Wub Washington on to meet the Presi President Presldl8el PresitlejK ¬
dent and discuss dl8el the situation tuatl a with him himThen himJ1ae himThese
Then have lieen many indications re recently Fe Feceftt17 recittly ¬
cently of a more conciliatory attitude e on onthe ontile ontthe
the pert of the great railway lines When Wlienhere Whenhere Vlaenherre
here hut week Mr HArriman saW that thathe thathe thathe
he believed Yed the Interstate Commerce Cotn Cotnlulsrton COtnItMuld Coinndisisn
lulsrton should work with the railroads railroadsrather ndlroadIJratk railroadsrather
rather than antagonize anta ntae them and sug suggosted suggmtnd
gosted 8 that if there tbt > re were more mot coopera cooperation co cooperation pera peratlon ¬
tion better results might be produced producedPUSH producedPUSH producedFUSE
PUSH GIRL UNDER TRAIN TRAINCrowds TRAINCrowd4 TRAINCrowds
Crowds AVnltliifr nftfng in Subway Throw Throw3HM Thro11Jil TlsrocM1r
3HM M1r Jil Murjrnrot Inrnrrt Iec Ie Onto Rnlls RnllsNew RnIlHN flalla1ew
New N w York March 11 11Bllnded Blinded by the theBOdden th th88ddeD
1 BOdden transition from the snowcovered snowcoveredBtreet Mowcoveredstreet snowcoveredstreet
street to the semigloom of the NJnety NJnetyBbttJi NJnetyslxUt Ninetytdstk
BbttJi street subway station station bewildered bewilderedby bewUderedb bewilderedby
by b the confusion and sorely eoreI Jostled by the thecrowd thecrew4 thecrowd
crowd on the platform Miss 1 Margaret MargaretLea MargaretLeo IRr et etlAo
Lea of Southport Coon fell in fronfbC fronfbCa front hf hfa
a southbound local tram during the rush r
hour b teoay and was fatally fa tally injured injuredWhen IRjuredlhea InjuredF
F When struck by the first 11 car sh she was wasthrown wuthrown wasthrowit I
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thrown to the space tmei between the third thirdrail thlnlnit thirdafl i
rail afl and the outside track rail Three cars carspassed unp earsnI
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nI passed p over her before the train was wasstopped 1 1stopped wasstopped I
stopped The projecting projectl axleboxes axJebo and andcontact andcontact andcotet
contact shoes ground her Into to the ballast DaJlutpd ballastuid I Iand I
and battered her from head to foot footMiss footMI8B footMini
Miss Lee had been employed as a R n book bookkeeper OOokkoe bookkeeper ¬
keeper et in the factory of Emile Bans at atStamford atStanttord atStanitbed
Stamford Conn Her father died early earlylast earlylUJt early1et
last week ftk Following the funeral she shecame sheC8JM shecame
came to New York to visit her friend Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWiftinin Irs IrsVJ
William VJ Tracy at 175 1T West Nmctyftfth Nmctyftfthstreet Nl1tttyftfthstnet NiiptyMthstreet
street streetOIL stnetOIL streetOIL
OIL MEN POOR WITNESSES WITNESSESChlqnjjp WITNESSESOblqng9 WITNESSESClilqng9
Chlqnjjp Judge I Loses o e Pntiemie iviih iviihOleuks w ivilliClerks th thOlc
Clerks Olc k of the tiU Siniiilnnl StnmlnrctJtareh Stanilnrilcheoj SiniiilnnlCMeaSO I
CMeaSO March 11 lLEmployes Employes of the theStandard theSt theSthjirii
St Standard rd GH1 Oil Company proved so o reiuc reiucU mucta reluctait
U tait t v Tstlrtef6 I In the criminal prosecu prosecution prosecutioli eeu eeutieR ¬
tieR of the oil trust in Judge Lentils Lamliscourt Landisco Lentilscourt
court co today ie that the judge toot patience patienceHs patienceII patienceEs
Hs II ordered r etetl two wltnesees wI trout the Stan Stands Stanrd Standeed ¬
ds deed rd from the stand within half an n hour hourr hourrI hourilld
rI illd r > d gave the third Edward C Grady Grad a agrUing a5r agriing
grUing 5r ling examination examinationAlthough examlnaUo1LA1thou examhiatOILMthough
Although A1thou h Grady worked for six years yearsmaking yearsmrtkln yearsP
making mrtkln out orders orders of bills of lading for fortlie fortJl foroil
tlie tJl oil trust he declared he did not notknow notknow notknow
P know the difference dlf renee in wording of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two documentary forms It took more morethan murethan morethan
than an hour to s St t on 0 one Item of evidence evidencejiinely evJdeOCp111ely evidenceniely
jiinely 111ely that the Standard OH clerks clerksmade clerksIDiJJe clerksrnde
made out bills of f lading ladlngbefore before the Jury JuryDressed Juryfes8ed juryedPJ
Dressed fes8ed edPJ palings 2 per 100 l lI
I
WEATHER WEA HER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of f Columbia ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland Coiumbia CoiumbiaMaryland
Maryland and Virginia VirginiaIhcreas VirginiaIhcreasing VirginiaIncreas VirginiaIncreasing Increas Increasing ¬
ing cloudiness and warmer to today today today ¬
day rain at night w or r tomorrow tomorrmvmorning tomortov tomortovmorning tomorrowmorning
morning light to fresh cast to tosoutheast tosoutheast tosoutheast
southeast winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPges SUMMARYPages
Pages THIjBGUAPHIC TEMJ16RPHICICantlon Thil6ltuHIC1Canpan
1 ICantlon Cannon Warns Porto Rloans RloansI RIaIlIW1DeIKw Rioune1Delaware
1DeIKw I Delaware r KW IOdnapplRI napping QSse Qtae11aCt tne tne1Taft r ri
i 11aCt Taft is Sorry for Hughes Hugbesl Hughes1Man
1 1Man Man Ian Offers Cash for Sons SonstnDv SonsInIstw13oE niDiw
1 130 13oE 3QM Robbery Unearthed UnearthedPennsylvania qnearthed qnearthedIPennsyh8ola Unearthed2Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Graft Inquiry On OnJNew n nJNewpmphetess n3New
JNew JNewpmphetess Prophetess in ZIon City Cityi CityJefOme CityJeremo
2 Jerome Seeks to Prqve Thaw Sane Sanej Sanei Sane4Plttsburg sane4Pittsburg i
4 4Plttsburg Pittsbure Grows In Population PopulatlenJ Populatloll4NeWil Population4News
J 4NeWil News of Maryland and Virginia VirginiaOthers Virginia40tbeN Virginia44ltheis
40tbeN Others Named In Eddy Suit Suitf SuitISlIlps Suit1Ships
f ISlIlps Ships Talk in Snowstorm SnowstormLOCAl SnowstonnLOGA SnowstormLO
LOCAl LOCAlIPierpont LOGA LO L LPlerPCtnt S S1Plerpont
IPierpont PlerPCtnt Jtorfcan M < n At White hlte House HouuG House2G
2G G W U I Fund Now 511M 511MS SU SUIReport SULNO SULNO2Report
S IReport Report On labor Legislation JeglsletionJapan LegislatiOn2Japaneec
2 2Japaneec Japanese Japan Trouble Revived ReledVarllke Revived2WrIike
2 2WrIike Warlike Outlook At Honduras HondurtlSIaj HondurasMaj
32 MaJ Iaj Goethals GOfth < J Meets Meet Opposition OppositionK OpposlUOalNew OppositionlNew
K lNew New Treasury Deal Likely LikelyOVERCOME LikelyOVERCOME LikelyOVERCOME
OVERCOME BY AOID FUMES FUMESSevern FUMESScernl FUMESSevern
Severn I Student Prostrated WhileJierliuetIng While WhileKrpermentlnpr hUe hUeIJerhne
Krpermentlnpr IJerhne tln Trlth lth Gnu GnuSpecM Gnllto GasSec
SpecM Sec to The W WssbkutOa V MKtMi HexaU HexaUI lIemlllloledo Heraldloledo
I loledo Ohio March 11 11DurinS During labora laboratory JaboJatOl labaratory ¬
tory work of a class in the Lima High HighSchool HIgkbool High4chool
School bool today owing to Insufficient air airventilation AirveaUlatJon airventilation
ventilation the class d was overcome by byfumes byr byof
r fumes of acids B and several of the pupils puplbI pupilsare pupttaare
are in a serious ri U condition conditionThe conditionThe conditionThe
The students Mud ta were making klnS gas ga from an aniodine aaIodtne anIodine
I iodine preparation Two students Misses MissesMaud MimeSMend es eslavd
Maud Brown and Ruth Parmenter are aredangerously areI aredangerously
dangerously ill illAt IIIAt illAt
I At the time they th y felt no serious seriot effects effectsjdely etreetslof effectsof
lof of being overcome wt t whoa taken sod suddely soddely
jdely dely ill it was fount that their systems systemshad 1I nysteninhad stems stemsbad
had been poisoned poisonedIt po d dIt
It is alleged f that the board ioardnd of education educationhas educationbas educationhas
has been advised for months that the theventilation theventtlation theventilation
ventilation in the t laboratory was so bad badthat bAdtJNtt badthat
that serious > results might occur occurThe occurTht occurThe
The parents are said to have consulted consultedattorneys co nltedattorntYs consultedattorneys
attorneys regarding the prosecution of ofthe ottM ofthe
the board of education educationANNOYS edueaUonANNOYS education4NNOYS
ANNOYS MRS McKINLEY McKINLEYWumnii McKINLEYomnn NcKINLLYWoman
Woman omnn Resident of Canton Charged ClinrRedirltli C1mrgednftb Chargedv1tit
irltli Scndlritr Scndh Iitiproiicr Letters LettersI LettersCleveland
1 te The Wgtea H HClevtland Herald HeraldCleveland
Cleveland March 11 11Mllry Mary E E E EFeicht E EFetcbt I IFeleht
I Feicht wife of G A Feiefct a proud prominent prMnent proudsent ¬
nent resident reaId nt of Canton was planed pIae6d1ft on ontrial onttlal
trial hi the United State District Dl triet Court Courthere arthen Courthere
here today on two indictments IndlctlttebIr IndlctlttebIrMr charging chargingher chergIugher
her with sending improper < letters Jetters to two twodosen t teadlDft twodeere
deere leading citizens clU s of Canton th thwidow t twidew thi thiwidow
widow of President Pre ldent McKinley icKlnJe being beinlt beingamong beingamong
among the t number The name me of Dr DrWill DrWIU DrWill
Will McConkey was attacked to tbe let letters etters lettern ¬
ters They were not read re d in court but butwere butwere butwere
were marked exldbits and hekl for ref reference refe reterenee ¬
erence e by the Jury JuryAirs JuryIrs juryMrs
Airs Irs Maud Iaud Payler p YIer daughter d of Mr MrJohn MrJoint 1 1John
John GIbbs a millionaire plow manufact manufacturer msnutacturer nuCct nuCctuier ¬
urer uier when testifying called out that Mm MmFetefct tInFeldlt 311LFeiebt
Fetefct was w nu mkng k1nff faces at her She Shetestified Sh Shtto Shetested
testified tto thfct sh she is still recriwiBB lec eiyj anony anonymous POllyM anonyftla6 ¬
mous M JoVSrs JA rs aiMiMt a afit s ui r urmi nMlit er it re revojjver re revel iavover
vojjver vover vel for selfprotection selfprotectionIM selr seltprotecUun4IAFT protectlon protectlon1AFT
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IM IS SORRY FOR HUGHES HUGHESGovernor HUGHESGovernor IIUIIBSGovernor
Governor Declares He Is Not a Can Candidate Oandidate Candidate ¬
didate for Sympathy Sympathyi SympathyDbthlJnlNhed SympathyDistinguished
i
f f fDixfiiiKiilNhcd
DixfiiiKiilNhcd Men Icn Gather to Let LetContract TetCUJltrnct LetCoiilrnct
Contract for furJlonnh1cnt forMon Monument incnt to Prison PrisonShip llrIl5onSh IrlsonShip
Ship Sh II Martyrs MnrtyraNew JlnrtrllNew MartyrsNewYork
New NewYork York March 11 ItTwo Two distinguished distinguishedvisitors distinguishedvisitors UstlnJUJshedsltors
visitors sltors at the city City hall today to ay were Sec Secretary Secretlu Seerotary ¬
rotary retlu Taft and Gov Hughes They The were werehere wereHere werehere
here for a meeting meetln of the Prison n Ship ShipMartyrs ShipMartm ShipMrtyrn
Martyrs Association AMOeiaU n at which 1 1tiok the con contract contntct contract ¬
tract for the monument In Fort Greene GreenePark GreenePark GreenePark
Park Brooklyn was awarded The gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor came e me first and had a chat with withMayor withMayW withMayer
Mayor McCleilan whom lie had not seen seensince aetntace seensince
since election clecUoI The others who came to tothe tothe tothe
the meeting were Stephen V White and andLieut AndLiflIL andLleut
Lieut CoL W V L I Marshall lIar hall After the themeeting themeetln themeeting
meeting meetln the group was photographed in inthe inthe inthe
the governor room When Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaCt SecretaryTaft
Taft shook hands nds with th Gov Go Hughes lie liesaid belei hesaid
said saidWell lei leiVeU
Well governor you have avo my sympa sympathy sympathy sympttthy ¬
thy thyThank
Thank you railed r8J1ied Hughes smiling amiUngWhen sntlUngWhtn smilingVhen
When are you going to get the legisla legislature legislature leglelatare ¬
ture off your hands handsI
I havent got the legislature on my myhands mybands niyhands
hands at all was the governors prompt promptresponse promptretlpousc promptreSponse
a aW1hoii
response responseWhen retlpouscbeD
When beD Secretary S retAry Taft wan going he heshook heshook hoshook
shook hands again with Hughes and andsaid udaid andsaid
said 0 0Goedby
saidGoodby
Goodby governor I un sorry for foryou foryou foryou
you The rh governor merely merel smiled Scc SccirJary Scca1 Seeriary
irJary riary a1 Taft went to New Haven in the theaUeroeon Utekl theiuterneon
aUeroeon aUeroeonAt kl iuterneonAt erneon erneonA
At A t the meeting meetJ of the association the thecontract theCOtltnKt thecontract
contract for the erection of the monu monument monufttftt monomint ¬
mint was HIS awarded the P J JCalUn Carlin Con Construction Construction ConstrucUon ¬
struction Company of Brooklyn whoso whosobid whosebid o obid
bid was I12bOO I12bOOThe 172 172The 172 172The
The monument will bo 208 feet high and 800o
0 feet In diameter diameterJOKE dJameterJOKE diameterJOKE
JOKE FATAL PATALTO TO VICTIM
Ilciixtnc Poured Over Sleepinj Man MnnI Manignites Iun IunJnJtlN
I ignites niteM and lie PerlnIicH PerlnIicHPittsburg PerillllcHi PerishesPittsburg
Pittsburg March 11 llPourlng Pouring fluid over overa
a man sleeping eplng in front of a furnace proved provedto
to be a fatal joke and resulted in the thedeath thedeath
death of John Douidi a laborer employed employedIn employdthe
In the McKees Rock plant of the Pressed PressedSteel PressedSteel ed edStPeI
Steel Car Company this morning W V B BSutton BSutton BSutton
Sutton age aged se < twentythree twenirthreo a crane man manwho manwho manwho
who te I alleged to have ba ve perpetrated the thejoke theJoke thejoke
joke Is a fwgitUe fug1t e from justice justiceDouidi jusUceDouldlwas justiceDeuhIlws
Douidi Douldlwas was sleeping in ilL htfront front of a furnace furnace430 furnacet
t 430 4 43 oclock this morning momin when Sutton Suttonte Suttonan Suttonalleged
te alleged an ed to have poured five gallons of ofbenzine ofbefizlne
benzine over Iiim The fluid ignited from fromthe fromthe fromthe0
the the0 furnace and within a few minutes minutesDouidi minutesI minutesDouldi
Douidi wa was burned to a crisp Sutton fled fledfrom fledfrom fledfrom
from the plant and has not been seen seensince Siensinee seeninee
since inee
sineeAlnlnlllilmdor
AmlmxMndor Grlwconi nt Home HomeRome RomeHonte BorneBorne
Rome March 1L ILMr Mr lr Lloyd Grtecom Grtecomthe GrJacomthe Griscomthe
the new American Ambassador arrived arrivedhere Arrivedhere arrivedhere
here yesterday antI had a cordial inter interview Interview Interview ¬
view with Signer Tlttoni minister of offoreign orfOftiB offoreIgn
foreign affairs He will present his era credentials cre credential eradentlels ¬
dentials to the th King some day dn next week weekMr wQeki weekMr
Mr i r Griscoih has engaged the Palazzo del delDingo delDrago delDsego
Dingo formerly occupied by Mr Whitehis Whitehis White Vbltehis
his predecessor sor and will hold his first of ofttdal ofIleJtI offld1
ttdal reception there shortly shortlyFor shortt shorttFor shorUyFor
For Information Informationon on tVIIIx tVIIIxand VUIIIand VI1l VI1land
and other matters Involving Involvtn trust con consult eonsuit consuit ¬
suit Union Trust Co 1414 1414F F st at AH JI Offices Officesof bfficeJlof ffice fficeof
of trust satisfactorily discharged dischargedLibbsy dlsehar dischargedLibbey d dLibbey
Libbey Co 6th and N Y ave
IL < ANOTHER ANOTIIERDELAWARE D DELAWARE LAW ARE CASE l
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MARVIN ARYI GETS GETSLETTER1 GETSLETTER1Doctor
Doctor Receives Recei yes Overtures Overturesfrom OYertl Overtiiiesfioiii res resflOlll
from Sons Kidnappers KidnappersDEMAND Kidllal KftluappersDEIAND 1JCrs 1JCrsDEMAND >
DEMAND 1000 FOR CHILD CHILDAuthorities CHILDuthorltleH CHILDAuthorities
Authorities Say Sn They The Were Heriucnt Heriucntcd
cd to Keep Conimnnlcatioji COJlllnunlc tfOJ Secret SecretThoronRh Secrc1TJloron1t SecretThorough
Thorough Search of Hay 1I 1 Slack Stneknnd StneknndSwamp and amiStrnnips andSrrnrnps
Swamp on Buy Da Meadows io DC DC2Iade DcJlade BeMade
Made l by > y One Hundred 3Icn 3IcnWilnnwgton JlcnSpea MciiSucEl
Spea in The Wio a Hlei HleiWiIwiItton HesnidWihntngton
Wilnnwgton Del March 11 UImPfRtant UImPfRtanttelegrama 11Importanttelegrams Important Importanttelegrams
telegrams jWehefl Dr Marvin tonight tonightand tgtstd8e tonightand
and also a special delivery d liv letter For Former lormer Formoe ¬
mer Sheriff SheII Baker Bk was consulted ulted about aboutthe abouttbeietter bout bouttile
the tbeietter letter which appears to be the first firstoverture Anltowrtvre rst rstowrture
overture owrtvre from TORI tbeswppo th thesupposcd lJOK cd kidnappers of ofHorace ofHonce ofHorace
Horace N Marvin MarvJtt Jr it fouryearold son sonamount tIor
or JI JIJI 4 4a
JI a sw WJI 1IICUo 1IICUoaJ8OUItt mdnUosie4 The Theamount
amount is s Mk1 M to be 1180 4oM 1 The Tb 10M I Ift imr r te tereborted Iirhted
reborted ft orted t direct the doctor how to get getin g getin > t tin
in touch with the abductors of his chili ehi4Tbe elaU elaUThe chiliThe
The letter tter bears a Jersey City postmark postmarkAuthorities JH1AarkAuthorities poutmarkAuthorities
Authorities in Dover Ikw say v they were werequ re requested iaquested ¬
quested qu to keep the news M of o tbe tb letter lettersecret 1etkrecret lettersecret
secret this bein being the request of ofnsppern the kid kidnappers kidappers ¬
nappers Dr Marvin when seen n denied deniedin d dIn deniedhi
in the most positive tlve terms that he bad adsuch liedsuch badi
i such letter lett ktterPo i iTo
To Search Bay Dn Mcndniv MendovisTwelve IendowliTwelve j jTwelve
> Twelve men bav have v < been n hired hire to move movethe J1IOoethe movethe
the straw stack on the th farm of Dr H f N NMarvtn NMarvin
j Marvin at Kitts Hummock to determine determineonce deterndtae0IICe determineSlice
once and ntI for or all whether or not the body bodyof bed bedC bodyof
of the doctors missing misel boy Horace Jf JfMarvin NMantn t tMarvin
Marvin jr Is concealed within the thoatl8V straw strawor tr tror
or under it It The stack is a large larl one one and andit AndIt andIt
it may nn + y take several days < to turn it over overby overby overby
by Ute forkful forkfulProfession fitrktu1Prof firkfuIProfemloogi
Profession Prof eII detectives who have ba ve en entered CAtClod entoted
toted upon the quest fur Ute boy m let ex exI expeetatioR cxpectatlon
I pectatioa of sharing the 2000 ooo Unit it te teIwped iaI110ped Inhoped
hoped the State of Delaware Delaw re will appro appropriate KPtMOprJate gpjwopilate ¬
pilate today insisted J 8lateft upon searching the thehome tJaehome thehome
home of the Marvins Marvt evidently thinking thinkingthe thlnktsthe thinkingthe
the boy might be concealed there some somewhere 101newhere somewhere ¬
where It te now planned to gather gaU r KD9 KD9men HIJmen 1111men
men to look through the swamps and andthe Andthe andthe
the marsh grass all over the Bay BayMeadows BayMeadows BayMeadows
Meadows farm farmSofne fJilnflSofn farmSome
Some Sofn Doulit About Reward RewardSome R RewardSome nnrd nnrdSome
Some hints hin hinteof of the psychic nature of ortlto ortltoBellrch the tbaI thesearch
I search for the Marvin boy as far as It Ithas Itbas Ithas
has been based b8 ed on the spiritualistic plrltu lhUc roc revelation roclaUon rovelatlon ¬
lation of the childs chlId grandmother Mrs MrsFlora MrsFlora re reFlora
Flora M Thornton Swift must have havereached btweroched havereached
reached Got GO Lea for there ban been beena
a a mysterious delay in 1 signing the thebit thebill 2W9 2W9bill
bill Today To IlY when Secretary of State StateCahall StateCahAll Statscahall
Cahall was 1Ia dsked i tced if Delaware Delawarefer woufflg woufflgfer WOrfer
fer any reATird for the detection o dJt dJtkldnapperP tti ttikldnapperg m mi
i kidnappers he answered Well I hardly btnllY btnllYtbialt lenliythink hardlythink
think so soSo soSo soSo
So far airs Swift bee had two of these theseI UtNCrevel theserevelatione
I revelation revel tJoM First FJr she related rel8t thai In Ina ina
a dream that was WA not exactly like other otherI otllertIre otherdreams
I dreams tIre ms she had seen a fisherman in tar tarpaulins tarpeluUn tarpauline ¬
pauline carry little Horace down dow to the thebeach thebeach thebeach
beach to put him on board a boat Im ImI Jmmediately unmediately
I mediately after tins tlhs Dr Marvin suggc suggested suggestedto te ted tedto < l lto
to the detectives that they should work workupon workupon workupon
upon the theory that the boy bo had huelsecreted been beensecreted bbensecreted
secreted on a boat that afterward sailed sailedup Jftiledup soiledup
up the Delaware DelawareSecond DeIAW8reSeconcl DelawareSecond
Second Snlritunllatic aicsKaKc aicsKaKcNext MciusngeNext icuIDeNext
Next Next two or three days later Mrs MrsSwift MrsSwift MrsSwift
Swift told State Detective Hawkins that thatahe thAt8M thatshe
she had another spiritualistic manifesta manifestation manlCestaUon manifestation ¬
tion She happened to have hft ve a pencil ncil in inher Inher lither
her band and by some Influence InfluelCOwas jvas wa Im Impelled Impelled mmpolled ¬
pelled to write that little Horace had hadbeen 1mdbeen hadbeen
been carried by the kidnappers Itl Inuppers from fromPhiladelphia fromPhiktdeJphhc frontPhiladelphia
Philadelphia to Camden CamdenThte CamtInThill CamdenThin
Thin message was Hted 1i ted upon at once onceby O onctby C Cby
by the Marvin Hawkins was told to go goat bOAt goat
at once to Camden to search He wag wagtoo WItStoo wastoo
too busy 50 so the detective then employed employedby employedby employedby
by Dr Marvin was told to search sre IH IHCamden 1 1Camden iCamden
Camden t tCase
CamdenCnHe S
Case Hn has Queer Phase PhaseThese lJn8cHThe8e IIianwtThese
These unusual and and puzzling phases of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the case < have set the detective to won wondering wondertns wondoting ¬
doting if by b any an possibility pOsslbililY there thcro thcr can be besomething be5Omethln besomething
something 5Omethln wrong with the kidnapping It Ithas It11M Ithas0
has been noticed that although B Buy BuyMeadows BnyMeadows y yMeadows
Meadows is out of the range of telephone telephoneand telephonltAnd telephoneand
and telegraph communication visitors visitorswho vl visitorswho l to rs rswho
who drove out there from rein Dover are arerarely arerarely arerarely
rarely if ever asked 88J ed if there is any anynews anynews anynews
news of the boy boyWith boyWith 0 0W0itii
With W0itii rare courtesy urtesy the family has hasshown hftsshown hasshown
shown shown liberality in distributing photo photographs photographs photographs ¬
graphs and Information and all of th thMarvins thMarvlns thMarvins
Marvins have hav posed for the newspaper newspaperphotographers nespnperphDtogr newspnperphotographers
photographers phDtogr phcrs over and anc over ove again ex explaining explaining cxplaining ¬
plaining that th t It is by b publicity only onl that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they can C n hope to recover their lost boy boyMr boyMr boyMr
Mr StandIsh returned from New York Yorktonight Yorktonight Yorktonight
tonight Ho said that he had been hor horrified horrified hotrifled ¬
rified to read while in that city that thatmembers thatmembers thatmembers
members df the Marvin family might mightAlab3ma mightAlabama
1 Alabama flouring l1orlngi floorIn mostly mos ly edgegraln ed egraln
know what had become of the boy 00 lie lieleft JI JI1fIft lIeleft
left instructions with bIB attorneys he hesaid heald hesaW
said to demand dem ncl a TOtrnrtkm at once onceMany onceMan onceMany
Many Man persons who w have visited the thefarm thefarm thefarm
farm are still of the opinion that th the > boy boymust boymust boymust
must have met with an n accident wan wandering WMcle wanderIn ¬
cle derIn dering through the t marshes on the Mar Marvin Jilarvln Marvhi ¬
vin farm tCM rfwi mWreg m mtin t death by drown drowning drownhe ¬
r ing he in some little iIt itt Id or sinkhole sinkholeWAETS lak1MleWANTS sinkholeWANTS
WANTS 10 CEMfSA CEN CE1iS S A MINUTE MINUTEDentist MINUTEDcntllft MINUTEDcii0tlst
+
Dentist Sues SQe Frlno Pdllo1 Priiiuingah1tcbcff MnRalltchcff Hn JltcheQ for forWork r rark forWork
Work ark on WWe Wifes Vlie1 Teeth TeethSpcml Teethto reethSplrial
Spcml M The W Waihfl w wLhlca htNgtai IfcrahTu IfcrahTuCliicaiso IkisMClilcisgi
Cliicaiso Lhlca March IK JIDr Dr L 1C Stewart a adentist adentist
dentist wfee w sued Prince Niobolas Enga Engafiteheff Eng EngHtcheff
EagI
Htcheff Itteb Russian lan vice consul and 1Id biB wife wifefor wifet wifefOr
for t 2R for dental wori west told a a jury hi hiJudge hiJudge I IJ
J Judge Gibbons court tod toda today y that Ida time timeWRS thuswes I Iw
wes worth 14 1 rents t a minute minuteLate minute1te I IlAte
Late in the afternoon the jury rotucned rotucneda
a verdirt ftndimi the Issue for tile pfttfntttr pfttfntttrThey pisZatlWThey I
They found that tb t the oVntbit was entitled entitledto
to Q3 for services rvIcft performed Pftf Attorney AttorneyP
P E E Gray made a motion for a new trial trialHe trtaiHe tiMiHe
He win 11 argue his II motion later Ills lIl con contention Ofttention contention ¬
tention will be that the dentist eft brought rouhhtutt broughtsuit broughtsuit
the wife instead of eftbe ofthe
suit utt against princes VIi I ItM
the prince princeDr princeDr
0 0Dr
Dr Stewart hi testifying tatilJ1 said kI that be bebegan bebegan 1 1bfotalt
began suit t against Pripcess BnERHtcneff Jnljllltdlettat Engatchibedevknied BnERHtcnefftha <
bedevknied ttat th she ws lioud 4 4Q at atth
tha th Q koiisoMd koiisoMdSnn I II IIRIDiF 0
4 00 00RUEP y
RIDiF 1ruST STAN1 TRIAL TRIALSnn ThIAISnii
Snn Irnnclsco lion no lions Appeals DeniedIn Denied Deniedin DeniedS
S in Three Count CounlSan CountSan CountsSan
San Francisco F March ILBoss Ru Rue RueWh Jtnetwas f fwas
was knocked out in three t courts today todayand todyand todayand
and he must appear in Judge ITunnes ITunnescourt rnaa LHmeacourt es escourt
court tomorrow to stand trial for ex extorting extort cxtoning ¬
toning tort money from French restaurants restaurantsTbe relltunuUaThe restaurantsThe
The State Supreme Sa Court denied Ruef a awrit awrlt awrit
writ of prohibition and then Judge De DeHaven DeHavtn DoltaVOfl
Haven Havtn of the district Court of Appeals Appealsrefused APPMI8ref Appealsrefused
refused ref to pass on the legality of Judge JuigcHebbHTfs J JudgeHeboerds c cHeb
HebbHTfs Heb lt sets Attorney At Ach Ada for Ruef Ruefasked ntaeCed ituefnaked
asked ed if he could 1 take an appeal and the thejudge therepUe theJudge
judge replied repliedYes repUey repliedYes
Yes y you 1 can take ax appeal but the theappeal theappeal the0p9ea1
appeal te denied deniedJudge deatedJ deniedJsda
Judge J Dunne of the Superior Court Courtheard Courtheam Courtheard
heard arguments a all to whether orders ordersmade onl ordersmade ti ti1ftde
made by Judge JucI e Hebbard should be set setaside aetukk setaside
aside He Hesmall Anally deckled to postpone ac action action attloit ¬
tion until he could hear the decision deet of ofthe oft ofthe
the t State Supreme Court A the Su Supreme S SprDIe Snpsam ¬
preme Court threw out Buds ease easeJudge eRB8Jnt easeJudge
Jnt Judge e Donne will be ready tomorrow to tobegin tot tobegin
begin t n Rnefs trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The Schmitx case will have to be post postponed po postpoited t tUfttll ¬
poned until Ruers fate is settled settledWOULD 8el settledVOUbJ tied tiedWOULD
WOULD BUY BIGHT HUSBANDSIdaho HUSBANDS HUSBAHDSIdaho
Idaho Man an Offers 1000 Each for forHighclass forHighclass forHighclass
Highclass Sonsinlaw SonsinlawJIn
JIn Unt t Be Oooil Church Mcinlierx IClnJclXot IClnJclXotSmokc Xot XotSmoke VotSmoke
Smoke Chew Drink I rlii k Swear Stvcnror
or Gamble
S SJid < eM M Hut 1 Wa WaPocateita Wadss 11 11PoeatellG 11mM 11mMIocatIIo
Pocateita Idaho 1 March 11 11INw 11letiward 11letiwardSlack Edward EdwardSlack rd rdSlack
Slack a ntJNKMeaged widower living near nearSlba nenrRI near1lba
Slba RI southwest tltweat of here here who has made a aconsiderable Itcon aconsiderable
con considerable fortune hi mining mml r operations operationsin
in Idaho Ida and Montana offers off rs to give
1030 each to the men who marry his hiseight hiseIht isleeight
eight daughters < tughte none of whom has INt ever everhad everhad overhad
had a husband husbandStack hunstack hu band bandSlack
Stack makes his unique offer upon con conditions conditions contlitlona ¬
ditions however that liar the great ma majority majority maority ¬
jority of marriageable men from frompiring rom as aspiring aspiring ¬
piring to lead his h daughters daught to the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar No man will be eligltiljr to marry marryone marryono marryone
one of the daughters who was not born bornwest bornNt bornwest
west Nt of the Missouri River and who was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not living m In Idaho and Montana ontftne at the tlietime thetime thetime
time he makes 111fkes ices bill proposal of marriage marriageNor marrhlge marrhlgeor marriageNor
Nor or will aey 8 T man be eligible who is not notbetween notbetween notbetween
between twentyone tw ntyone And forty years 15 of ofage orage ofago
age who cannot furnish a certlticnta of ofgood ofgootI ofgood
good character from the pastor of the thechurch theehureh thechurch
church to which he belongs nnd nd who whocannot whocannot whocannot
cannot satisfy t C7 Mr r Slack beyond all rea reasonable reaiiOl1llbh rcasonable ¬
sonable doubt dou that he does not smoke smokechew smokehew smokechew
chew hew drink swear or gamble Slack Slacksays SlACksa1I Slacksays
says he has taM by 8 8090 to be given to tohte toh tohis
his h sonsinJnw and lid that ofleh of them themwill themwill them themwill
will be given glvenI0i0 1010 on his hi wedding w dtIng day dayThe da daThe dayThe
The daughters ar ArfO > Westernbrail girls girlsand girlsIlnd girlsand
and the oldest old Is thirtyseven years rs of ofnge ofage ofage
age They are regarded a Aa ptlicr 0 at atFnlrluiukn attractive attiactive
tractive tractiveIo
Fairbanks Io Son IN I Acquitted AcquittedSteubenville AcrlulttedSteubenvUie Acqa itted ittedSteubenville
Steubenville Ohio March IL lLTho 1LTh Tho Indict Indictment indictment indictmeat ¬
ment for subornation of perjury against againstFrederick 3g ogInstFrederick lnst lnstFrooerlek
Frederick C Fairbanks son of the Vice VicePresident VicePreside1lt VicePresident
President Preside1lt in connection with his mar marriage mnrrlag marriage ¬
riage rlag to Miss Helen Scott Scott of Pittsburg Pittsburgwas
was quashed qU sbed in a decision handed down downtoday downtoday dawntoday
today by Judg Jud R R G Rlchauds The de decision de decision doeision ¬
cision holds that t It no facts had been set setforth setforth setforth
forth to show that Fairbanks F lrbanlc8 had com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted any crime crimeA crimeA
A 0 la Cnric Cn c Lunch Served Dally DallyAt Dnll7At DailyAt
At Ecksteins from fromUP 12 to3 1412 N Y ave aveReduced aveReduced aveReduced
Reduced to 2SO 280 per lOu
KNOXVILLE GOES DRY DRYSouthern DRYSouthern DRYSoutlierii
Southern City Casts Biggest BiggestVote BiggestVote BiggestVote
Vote in Its History HistoryTEMPERANCE Ristor RistorTEMPERANCE HistoryTEMPERANCE
TEMPERANCE TEMPERANCE WINS VICTORY VICTORYProhibition VIOTORYProJllhltiolt VITORYProhibitIon
Prohibition Force March Through TlironpliStrcc TluouJhStreei ThroughStreets
Strcc Streets < n tvitli Itlt Old Women omen Bearing BenrinETIlnnneri Denrln DenrlnIJnnnerSoelc Bearing11anncrsSociet
Ilnnneri IJnnnerSoelc Socicij IVomen Oht and net Cirl CirlPnradc t1rIInradc lrJ lrJJIradc
Pnradc In Line with aiountnlneerji aiountnlneerjinml JlountnlneerllnJIII Mouialnccrnuil
nml ColicBC Students StnilentBKnoxvflle Stnct Studentsieeid ntJII ntJIItiJIedaI
tiJIedaI ieeid 10 IM Th W Watstaa HN HesaliKuoxvihle
Knoxvflle Tenn Tew March h 1L 11The The most mostspectacular MOpeetaeular assetspectacular
spectacular demonstsmtion d tIon ever known to IIIt inthe totbe
the t South featured the t thosiection ejection held here heretoday heretoy heretoday
today on the question q of etabollftblDb abolishing the tbecity lMty theiiy
city iiy ty caarter dafrter to rM rlll ddthe the Ht rltr oC saloons saloonsWMlr 8IJoonLWlfIr aaoonsiVith
WMlr eVeVsXiia Go li vosnif polled the anti antiSBjooii utlJM antisaloon
saloon forces rcen bale W iIcrJIe won Jjf 4 aiore sqe sqeIutbeciti Uma Umate
crJIe teul It IttIMUI
tIMUI tIMUItit
te Iutbeciti tne cftjr cftjrThe cttT cttTThe 0 0The
The days daY events enu opened with a mon monster mmantde mentt ¬
ster tt parade ntde by the temperance t JHance forces forcesthrough morcelthrough
through th the principal streets of the city cityParticipated cityPartldpated cityParticipated
Participated in by Jll more r than 8MD 8 ilfl men menwomen Into IntoWOIIIeII menwomen
women and ad children three hand ha fur fnrI furbed furislahed
I niched bed music c for the parade which wa waI was waatwO wastwo
I two miles In length h and required forty fortynve fwtYe foctyrc
nve rc e minutes mila to pas pan a given At tten point Old OMwomen Oldcarried Oldwomen
women carried banners ban on which MclI were t1HnUKJ1bed WOVOIiscrtbed weref
f utcrtbed UV Vote for the women and sitU enttdren sitUdean
dean and 011 Vote Vote to save e the t boys boysI 110 110T hoysWealthy
I Wealthy T ealtlty families te carriages < young JMIqtoekIt7 youngsociety youngsociety
society matrons and M girls were tn Hne Hneand IbwAft meand
and at the bend of the column eel of little Ifttiegirts Htdegirts littlegirls
girts and boys be hon5 hon5country country and mountaineer mountaineerfolks mountaineerfuiha r rfolks
folks here for tin Ie occasion marched 1tM with withstudents wttht1Meata withstudents
students of the University ty of olTe ofTennessee ofTennesseeand Tennessee TennesseeI aeace aeaceaM
I and other colleges collegesPREPARES e llFREP eallenesPRETBES
PREPARES FREP ARES FORT HIS DEATH DEATHWyoming DEATHVOInlng DEATHWyoiulng
Wyoming 3lnn Gets Coffin Tomb Tombntonc Tombtone Tenthrlon
ntonc rlon tone > null Digs Grave Then Dlcn DlcnSptcM ute utesdItI 11ccSpedal
SptcM to The WMSfagta W U ULa limit limitLender ril rilLttnoVr
Lender La Wyo March nJerome nJ OIUe Wil Wilkins Wilkins Wilhim
kins him died and andws was burled last week at atNew atNew t tNc
New Nc Fork near r here hereDespite hereDP hereDespite
Despite pltfi the fact fa t that be was in his hisusual blsunal hisulual
usual good health health Wilkins Wltk predicted test testfall lastfall 1It 1Itralt
fall that he would die hi March 1areh and AndAbout set setabout setabout
about iNrepsring for fora his II death and burial burialHe burialHe rIAl rIAlHe
He made a pine ne coffin oo with his h hI own ownhands fJWRIt ownhands
hands It lining i is with cheap cloth and andcarving aadcan1 ansicaning
carving can1 his name nam on the 1M 1MHe lie lielIe liiiHe
He ordered a tombstone and wrote rote out outthe eut11N outthe
the inscription to be chiseled upon it He Hemade 1ieIDftOO Hemode
made out a list of the names of the men menwhom Ifteftwlaom
whom he desired de to serve as pallbearers pallbearersat 0
at t his funeral and ad anally lIy on the tot of ofMarch 0Mrc ofMarch
March Mrc he wont out aug an with wit big own ownhands ow owJaantls ownbands
hands dug the SrA grave rave in which his body bodywas bodywu bodywas
was to be buried t
Then he waited wt e1 for the end He VMS VMSstricken wust1eken wisestricken
st1eken stricken with an attack a t1Ack of pneumonia pneumoniacontracted prteUlItOftlaeo pneumoniacontracted
contracted eo trae d when he was digging d ng 11 1151IIve bI bIgrave his hisgrave
grave and died within a few days daysjESCH cia ciaESClI IayzPiSCH
jESCH ESClI AFTER SPOONERtf PLACE PLACEFive FLAOEFhe PLACEFive
Five Entries In Wisconsin Semi Scnntorlnl SenuI Semitonal
tonal hare Now XOTVSpec XOTSlkl NowSiOiI
I
Slkl Spec to The W WalhtagtoR fM pton llccald llccaldMadison n nhWeoA IteraldMadison
Madison Win VI March 1L lLTwo Two impor important important hopertant ¬
tant developments in the theSenatorlal Senatorial situ situation situation situalien ¬
ation today were the arrival of Isaac IsaacStephenson IsaAcStephenson IsaacStephenson
Stephenson of Marinette and the giv giving givill gvlug ¬
lug ill out of the official opinion by Attor Attorney A Attorltd ttor ttorn ¬
ney n ltd y General Gilbert that the election of ofa ofn ofa
a successor to Senator Spooner cannot cannotsnfely canDot8ft cannotsefely
snfely 8ft fel proceed until May 1I1a l4 14s s the resig resignation reaigDKtlon resignation ¬
nation does not go into effect until May MayL MayL MayI
L I Gilberts opinion may or may not be beaccepted beaccepted beaccepted
accepted by the legislature as Gilbert Gilbertholds Gilbertholds
holds the election can proceed pro < ed at any anytime an antime anytime
time time but an earlier election would wou11subject bd bdsubject besubject
subject to contest
Stephenson arrived tonight and M opened openedheadquarters o obOAdfluartenr openedheadquarters
headquarters where he held forth when whenaf whencluM1k1ate whena
af a candidate seven years yeal ago go It is new nowbelieved newbeUeved newbelieved
believed by many members of the th login legislature loginlature ¬
lature that he has a letter from Senator SenatorLa SenatorLa SenatorLa
La Follette but that it commits Senator SenatorLa SenaterLa SenatorLa
La Foliette to an unqualified support of ofStephenson ofStephenson
Stephenson te doubted doubtedRepresentative doubtedRepresentative
Representative John T Each E of La LaCrosse LaCrosse
Crosse has decided to enter the contest contestA contestA
A careful car Cul canvass of the legislature legislatureshows legislatureshows
shows that Ute lineup at present on a asecond asecond asecond
second ballot probably would be Lin Linroot Lnroot LCnroot
root root 88 Davidson 23 Flatten flattenStephenson 30 30Stephenson
Stephenson S Esch 6 and doubtful S SChristen S SChristening
Christen Christening ii TAtMnckay lUac1ny Home HomeNow JlomeNow RomeNew
Now York March 11 llThe The son born to toMr toMr toMr
Mr and Mr Mrs Clarence H HMAckay Mackay Mckayweekmi sis sisweek sbweeks
week weeks ago was christened Sunday Sundl1 by byRev byRev byRev
Rev Thomas J Decay The godparents godparentswere godJftrentswere godpetrentswere
were Mrs W K Vanderbilt Jr and andCharles andCharles andCharles
Charles Carroll who were represented by byproxy b3proQ byproxy
proxy and the th boy bo was s named John Wil WI1liam William Wil11am
liam Mackay In memory of Mr Mackays Mackaysfather Mackaysfather s sfather
father
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A WORD TO THE T WISE WISEWhen WISEVhen WISEWhen
When You Wish bh to See air Ir Cortel Cortelyon CQrteJ1I Crtehon
yon on 1I See Pitt Plrat PlratPeople I P1stPopIe IlIt IlItPeople
People who desire to do business bus wltfr wltfrGeorge w1t1TGeorge witirGeorge
George Bruce Cortelyou the new Seers Secretary Seereiry Seerstari ¬
tary iry of the Treasury Troasury4hewe jjieae day days woulddOU woulddo would woulddo
do dOU 0wefl welt to tp t see Pitt first ftrstPIt Pitf the keeper keeperOf keeperOr keeperof
Of the door do r of the Secretarys S inner sane sanctum SfUtCtum sanetum ¬
tum and about the most important in individual Individual Individuil ¬
dividual dividual in the lite daPrtment < put Pltt like likeseme likesome
some 118 other great men te I not easy to ap approaeH ape apeproaelt approali
proaeH but onc once In his good ood graces gracesthere gracesthere gracesthre
there Je very little pertaining portahd G to the place placewhere PJA PJAwltere placewhere
where Uncle Sams money is kept which whichan whichn whichnit
an n outsider may m y not I t have haveAssistant haveAll6fstant haveAistsnt
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury TreasuryStatter TreAsuryStatter TreasuryStatter
Statter formerly private secretary INCretary to toLevtle toJne toLssfte
Levtle M Shaw in the hurt part of that thatgentlemans thataMltIns thatgentlamWg
gentlemans incumbency as Secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Treasury was 8 the first of the staff staffto ta1I ta1Ito tatfto
to be made aware of o the Importance of ofPitt OfPitt ofPltt
Pitt In the old days Mr Stattar when whenbe tltet tltetlte wlie wliebe
be desired to to lee Mr Shaw walked right rightto rlgbtSa tightkm
to U to > the Secretarys office He H started startedte trtedt sartdhi
te to t see Mr Cortelyou shortly abortlT after the the9ew tb8e thenew
new e Secretary assumed control Pitt hold heldWm holduP holdmup
Wm mup up upJnst uPJJI6t
0 Jnst a word w rd to the wise WI C Air 1r Statter Statterasid Stauera Slattersold
sold a the allpowerful Pitt u just a word wordma w weednina rd rdJIUUI
nina ma to man You want to see ee the See SeeleW7 See7etry
leW7 7 Ury Exactly Well now my advice adviceta
0 ta in > that t t you send > your messenger ec to m mWhonever mu mur meWheNever
WheNever r you have business with Mr MrCortelyou fIrCoI7t mlr mlrCortolyOu
Cortelyou CoI7t lreu Then I will see Mr Weaver Weaverad WeverIUJIl Weaversad
sad ad Mr Weaver will speak to the Seers Secretary Seer Seerbu7 SeersKy ¬
tary Ky and the thing can be arranged arrangedJust arnmgedJ1Iet arrangedJnut
Just a word to the wise Iee you know knowThen knewTJiolt knowTht1t
Then a newspaper nCvsp8Der man mast who has been beenon beendat beenen
on duty dat at tbe Treasury Department for foryears COII forYears
I years was permitted to basic bft for a bri brIef brltCt brIeftime f ftime
time t in Pitts effulgent rays The news newspaper JtO1I JtO1IpILI nesi4piapes ¬
paper man was wa seated ted hi the Secretarys Secretarysgeneral Seeretug Seeretaryageneral
general g Deral office looking over some papers paperswhen vaperwwhea paerswhen
when Flu approached approtlC I him htmDo himDo himDo
Do you want llBt to see the Secretary SecretaryPitt S Ietar1PItt SecretaryPitt
Pitt asked askedNo askedNa
No 0 not new no mid id the newspaper newspaperMM newspaperman
man MM i iWell SWell
r Well WI 1 when Aen you 7 do said Pitt kIndly kfadlyA 1d kIndlyand l41y l41yQIII
A QIII eondeseendlnsiy you just see me mem J8erJlax meFm
m rJlax ftoc It ItSo ft I It 0 0Si
So Si to use Pitts Pit ts own oJa language uae here herea te tea isa
a word to the wise wi When you wteh to tosee toII tosee
see Secretary Cortelyou see Pitt PittNEW first firstNEW st stNEW
NEW COMET DISCOVERED DISCOVEREDHarvard DISCOVEREDJlarnrrl DISCOVEREDharvard
Harvard observatory Informed Inrornu In formed cl of ofGlp orGI ofGlreohhniie
Glp GI Glreohhniie obinP ohln Latent Find Ind nt Nice XlceCambridge XlccCambrtdg NiceCa
Ca Cambridge mbrldge Mas Mass5 raMar March b 11 1lAIiItOUDee 1lAIiItOUDeement 11Announcemacnt Announce Announcement
ment of the discovery of a new comet cometwas cmnetwu c met metwan
was made tonight in a cable dispatch dispatchreceived ditlpatchl1Cffn dispatchiecolved
received l1Cffn d by the Harvard Observatory Observatoryfrom ObeervatoryCrotII Observatoryrota
from rota Prof Jreua Krcnts at Kid Tte The din disi dincoverer 68 68ee
i coverer ee w was WI s GuMobiai Gtace iJd at Nice The post position IHoa postties ¬
ties of tnecomet at t the time t of its It thiS discovery thiScovery 111I ¬
covery 1 ery on March t was right ascension Oft
7 hours 4 minutes nutes JL4 4 seconds and rtecit rtecitnatknt dedttloll dec11nistlos
natknt tloll south th 11 1 degrees d a minutes tc8 IT 1 sec seconds ec ecoMs eecThe ¬
onds ondsThe
oMsThe
The comet which was s visible in a asmall at aIl
small Il teluMop t vi had a daily motion of ofminus orJ1ntcutftt ofminim
minus 3tfrtBntee J1ntcutftt and nd 3 seconds in 11 might rtgfctascension rtgfitNCCUioD mightascension
ascension and plus 11 K minutes tn dectfoa dectfoation tIedmattoL dechIDaBRISTOL
tion ttoLBRISTOL
BRISTOL IS REAPPOINTED REAPPOINTEDniued REAPPOINTEDXnmed REAPPOINTEDNnnid
I
Xnmed niued Attain Ialn liy President n all Dl Dli Db Db1riet illslilet
i 1riet < rlct Attorney Uorne of Oregon OregonTbe Ore OregonThe on onT
T The President yesterday afternoond afternoon afternoonsigned fl1DOOIIeAeaed
signed d the recec recees appointment of W V C CBristol CBri8tol CBristol
Bristol as United States district xttor xttorney aUorMY attorflO
ney flO of Oregon OregonSenator OgoaoNtO OregonSenator
Senator FulUm hl WJI prevept4 nfevcBie connruMtlon connruMtlonNHWK oszmdrmationiilm ti ath
< NHWK iilm > the th MbliA hlltti Ibt1Iiliod l WVlreM for personal personalrea e1801H1JMteU pers nel nelmorons
rea morons mcs The TMP Pnn4dOmrwamts sBrtetot Bristol to tofinish tonit toflfliaim
finish nit up upthe th tht land fraud prosrrutlons prosrrutlonsUKEARTH30JOOOFDRROBBERY pT prsetutlonnUNEARTH IJtitI IJtitIUNEARTH
UKEARTH30JOOOFDRROBBERY UKEARTH30JOOOFDRROBBERYNw UNEARTH 30000 FUR ROBBERY ROBBERYN
Nw N aw York ork Detectives Show Real
Ability in Arrest of Thieves ThievesI Thievesccid ThievesAccIdentally
I Accidentally ccid ntnlt Discover Clew CI T Which WhichLend Whichlends 11Ic1l 11Ic1l1ruIlJII
Lend to nhlclo Disclosure urc of Big DI Loft Loftby 101111 101111h 10cchy
by h Ada clnnc in Bxprcsji BqJrc Conipunj CompunNe ContpmtmmyNew ConipunjNew
New Ne York y rt March 11 IlTbe Tbe arraignment arraignmentin rratgIl1lMJtIII
in the Tomb T Police Court this afternoon afternoonof
of three U ree prisoners 1Mk disclosed tout tI the po police p0 p0lice palice ¬
lice have e1Mta been working for four months monthstrying monthstrying l lt17l11k
trying to get et a v thief who iIO stole oIe about abouttfW aboatwwtltol aboutt
t tfW worth wwtltol of goods from the Adajn AdajnKxpress Adsiqs AdsiqsExpress d dJeoxpreas
Express Company CompanyTins CompitoYmaa CompanyThis
Tins man who was arrested today in ina InPItt hia
a PItt street 8tr t saioon 1I goes by the wune wuneof e eof mmmcof
of William Will Leonard sometimes The The po poIke poIke police
Ike say 1 his a real nam saute is Wolf otf jiueker jiuekerHe nekerHe r rH
He H is only twenty years oM but he has hasserved INt INtsened hasserest
served two years and eight bt months ment in inSing inSing inSing
Sing Sing for grand larceny Ia and a term termin tcrmI termIn
in I the Elmira Reformatory rY fur burglary burglaryWith burglaryWltb burglaryWith
With Zueker were werear arraigned two other othermen otJtcrj otJtcrjme otheralan
men me who are accused of receiving the thestolen thestolen i iatolen
stolen property They TI1t are Jacob Levin LC1nend Levineand Levinand
and nd Harry Bobken BobkenThe BobkenThe BobbenThe
The police got t wind of the robbery robberyccWenUHy rmberyacddenwllT robberyaccIdentally
accIdentally Two detectives detectJv found the thddoor lh lhdoCJr thedoot
door of a vacant store on West Thirty Thirtyseventh TlllrtJseventh Thirtyseventh
seventh street slightly open ope one day in inNovember b bNOYemDer InNovember
November The detectives went in a and andfound atCl atClfeunl fl flfound
found the floor Uttered with itk wrapping wrappingpaper wrapp4nJIIJti wrappingpaper
paper and string They Th y also found a abeaverskin aheavenkln itbeaverskin
beaverskin and a torn billhead of A Hip Hipstein EpIG p pstein
stein Co 3C Canal Ca IIJ street streetThe atnctThe streetThe
The detectives took the beaver skin kin to toflrm tolinn tofirm
linn after firm and finally 1 found the theowner theowner theowner
owner in t Prouty Prout Son 368 West W t Broad Broadway BroadW8 Broadwithy ¬
way who had been robbed of i M9 worth worthof wortlto worthof
of o furs Then tbe detectives went to Ep Epstein Epstel 1pstout ¬
stein stel Co C and found that the firm had hadshipped hMdsblpped hadshipped
shipped by b the Adams Express E pretP6 Company Companysome Com Companysome ln >
some IDe goods that tl t had never readied reached the theconsignee theconsignee I
consignee consigneeWhen consigneehen consigneeWhen I
When hen the matter ttet was as taken to the ex express c cpress cxpress ¬
press company comp n it reported that t t it bad badbeen IMttIbeen liedbeen
been robbed of nearly JItOIj + 9fcOQ9 worth of ofgoods ofgOods ofgoods
goods by a driver named Leonard rd Leon Leoaawl Leonaa1 Leonui
awl ui confessed today according ccor tng to the thepolice thepollee thepollee
pollee policeTlie polleeThe S SThe
The police have an incomplete list of ofthe o othe ofthe
the stolen goods This includes valuableWIS valuablepira valuable valuableCurs
Curs pira and merchandise of every descrip description descrhUon description ¬
tion while the list of firms that were wererobbed wererobbNl wererobbed
robbed reads like a business directory directoryMagistrate dlreclor dlreclorMAgkltrate directoryMagistrate
Magistrate Whitman hekl b ld Leonard in in1tOOO in1O00t
10000 bail and Levine and Bobkin Bobklnln BobklnlniOOO in infto
56600 fto each eschtor for examination tomorrow
BULGARIAN PREMIER SHOT SHOTAssassinated SHOTASPlnslJluutelI SHOTAssassimmatesl i
Assassinated While hill Wnlkincr nIliln In n nPark nPnrlt aPark
Park In Sofia SofiaSofts So SofiaSofia fin finSoftA
Sofia Bulgaria March 1L 1L1I M PctkofT PctkofTthe PetkoflUle Ietkoftthe
the premier and minister of the interior interiorwas interiorwas interiorwas
was assassinated here today todayM todA todAI todayM
M I Petkoff with other ministers was waswalking waswalklng wswalking
walking walklng In the Boris Garden when he hewas heWAS hewas
was attacked by an n unknown man who whofired whQfired wh whtired
fired at him with a revolver The premier premierwas premierVU premierwits
was wounded by three bullets and died diedinstantly dltdInstantly diedInstantly
instantly M 1 Guenadieft the minister of ofcommerce ofeonmerce ofcommerce
commerce and agriculture who was one oneof oneor oneof
of the ministers accompanying M L Petkoft Petkoftwas PetkortWAS Pethoffwas
was wounded In the arm armM armM
M 1 D Petkoff was the leader of the theStambuloff theStambuloff theStambuloff
Stambuloff party On th the resignation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Petroff cabinet November i 1906 1906M 1906M 906 906I
M I Petkoff formed a ministry in which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he took the portfolio of minister of the theinterior thointeri theInteriOr
interior interi r as well eU as the premiership He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had held the portfolio portfolio o of the interior In
1803 1
Established 1S24 Lumber
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SPEAKER CAliNON CAliNONWARNS CAOARS
WARNS ARS PORTO PORTOiiitSt RICO RICOMust
Must Show It Has Ability Abilityibr Abilityfor
for Selfgovernment SelfgovernmentCITES Sclf5goerulnent Sclf5goerulnentCITES SeJfgovernmentpIPES
0
CITES pIPES CUBA AS EXAMPLE EXAMPLEThat EXAlliLETIHtt EXAtLPLEThat
That Island Proves Disappoint Disappointing1 Disappo nt ntiug ¬
0 ing1 ing to Its Benefactor BenefactoronKrciMlonal BenenlctorConJrcJlClonal BIM1CfactorCongressional
Congressional Inrty Part at San Junn JunnVJ JuanVisits JunnY11J1t8
VJ Visits It House of Delegates Dc1e ntcs and anilSpeaker nnclSIcnkcr andSjeaker
Speaker Says Sa Dependency I JH Hearty Heartyfor Renrtlor RcniI RcniIfor
for SeirK S Set lrJcnernlncntUr rgvern voniiii in emmtM Mit 31r i Cnjimui CtI111on Cans on in inReply InIteiI IiiReply
Reply IteiI Caution l Islanders Ian lancTerlC Ier Acaiust AcaiustKnxli A tgalmictBasil nln t t11nh
Basil Move for Indcpeiiilcncc IndcpeiiilcnccSan
San Juan 1 March Iarch I1Reprceat livf livfWilliam tjyfW ti tiWilliam
W William UaJft B B MeKitticy Mtl lnley Y and the naa sip1ser sip1serem Jh r rof rof
of Jaw party JNUt tedsomr ta Speaker CHIT Ci0om Ci0omtook o otook OP OPtook
took a aloem lowj tfftp on the Mffitary fl4y fl4yday NQaJ re l l lany ty
any y They J loncbed on the roadside Ui 011tbIeir Uithftir U Uak
thftir ak return they visited the thecouncil tIacneVlij tIacneVlijanti j jcouncil
council and later went to the thedokgates theMue o o4iOIten r rdetesaus
dokgates where wb re they we WC9 wce r ftftn ftftnvoctforous Ft hve II IIYDeIf s sysetfarous
voctforous YDeIf reception receptionSCOOT rtCeptloeS
0 SCOOT S o do > mao thj thjpeaktr < Bcnker of OfhouIffo th thhouse 11 11boone
house introduced jMen in IRa a s pau pauapeeeb tt 0 0peech > t tspeech
speech 1n n theooulse the of which he beolsed i isiscd il j jPorto
siscd Porto locos s capacity ca and muto mutofor 10 10r t ss sslr
for r self wi eeIfgorernmaent government enuJleBt It was 11 ifte e dot dotthe chatUie datthe
the Uie United States he declared to g gthis itn itnt n nthte
this t without withoutlr delay uelayAir delayMr
Air lr Cannon l1 in replying to the thedipbtkaUy sp t h hMptomaticaUy i iJlpiowatlcLIy
MptomaticaUy itimtted that the tbeDOt island icsMkinot islandnot
not yl t ready for seygovernnaent 1ge1f U 1It H Hdwdt Iidwdt 11dwelt
dwdt upon his visit here four years JeuIJI JeuIJIan4 yearsand n nand
and upon the t wonderful proteres proteressince ogreIs 1aJ 1aJa ia1 ia11nce
since a then lie HeAll added addedAlt o oAli
Alt that government MDnW1lt is for te Ieteetknl the tbetectkm r rtection
tectkm of aH the cttiw ctt eftinron s of te SB gut > rn rnment i imei 1 I It
ment mei t whether the they 7 be strong IOIIC and m mful 10 10Cui por porful > >
ful or whether they are re weak w In t tlTnited ii iirolLed 1 1fJrited >
rolLed Susies Stea we coil ourselves an AJ AJAmerieoH AJg AJgAmerie8lt g gAmerican
American oouhttion tJe In Porto Rko Rkoare Y Yare yare > <
are of Spanish descent Too pursue v vbest c cbest Ii IiftIJt >
best interests i under your chaused ehai wn wnttoas OI1j OI1jt ctiitime
time t And A we pursue our beat iniet iltte1MIer c cunder cunder
under 1MIer our cten changed ed conditions OIIdltio8In conditionsImiterests
1 Iiitcrrtfji In t rCt tJ Arc r DIulnnl DIulnnlWe JI MutnaLWe II nCl nClWe
We are being knitted together aJ ar arhooks r i iliooks I IItoOb > <
hooks of steel and Dd your interests 1terAd inte ts aft e nu nuinterests ftlilaterftta rat ratInterests
interests and your misfortunes rt tf tfbare ifIMrie Uhave >
bare them t will be our misfortune miafort Tr Tryou f f1OtI Tyou
you prosper and we prosper w vO pn psspi psspitogether IH1 IH1tegreth SP SPtogether <
together < If you fail to prosper ansi amifaH 1 1fait r rfall
fait to prosper we will fail togBtber togBtberThe tept1MlTile tberThe
The people of the ITnited Stabs S1at view viewwith viewwith it itvilb >
with great t interest the fate tat or perbii perbiiI perhtI lIai lIaiI >
I will 1n not use the word wordthe the inmuhat inmuhatfuture Itialuturf Inmmchafeflure
future uturf > of the t Wr W Vest > st Indies ld rih IhH wht whtgreater wflgreater t1 t1ter
greater ter material wealth than Port Ric Rictnd R Ratter Rafter
tnd after four yo rs of prosprtf pro pN f ari arijgeifsovernroent Mr andoltgovernment j jftICgornllleQ
jgeifsovernroent ftICgornllleQ has l hen een fonulsr eonvulsrirevolution l njti njtirevolution 1it1revotutlon
revolution The United nited States iltat k pinK pinKher pingher D DJa
her promise jss4e e when th the Cu1an < u1 han > an gov govots 70 70I gowhea
hea i ots gilnetI ni nd d which bj h promis promiswas Tr pr < lh1j lh1jwas inu inutvasS
I
was wsttMa Vf 4UO Mzbe s dM QMMii an ronstifitlon ronstifitlonhas nJJlstif1ttt8nbtis ronstitKionhits
has ben fonmtUtd tn intervene in i p Out OutSanto f ub ubSalttoDemJa ubs ubsSnnto
Santo SalttoDemJa Domingo Domhs in a hundred yarj P if < ha hagone 11aon4 Iiagone
gone on4 from prosperity ty nlt Ithuolit o3t t > fltnnl fltnnlThe HUIly HUIlyThe treIyThe >
The United Lnit States by treaty t1Vat has pr prloniF prloniFto prnires1 prnires1to > miF miFto < > <
to collect the revenues therp so o HS a < TH pre pitvent preot prevent
vent ot the intervention of the th nations tla natinsthe t < > f fthe rthe
the Old World W rkIand and it is hoped thut fron frontbie fJnlbie trot trotthus
thus bie on there will be a stable government governmentin SO vinmem vinmemhi tI tIIn
in Santo Domingo under these condftKn
Great Projrrp Progresn I Being BeingThe tlut Jlnile Jhuleroo JlnileThe
The people of the United States StateBitlt Iwk Iwkwith 1tfiwith
with itlt great eat interest 1AU > leSt to the progress of oftbe trthe f fthe
the people of Porto Rico They are ask asking a asklug k kHtt ¬
lug h If Porto Rico is competent for self selfgovernment 81 selfgovernment > f fSovenmteat
government Those who are best in informed informed iiiformed ¬
formed m III the United rDi States Stat point witi witipride wii5 wii5pride iti itipride
pride to the material the educationai educationaiand edwatlonaand edecatIonaand
and th the moral progress that you hav havmade lu lumad 1mwmode
made since you became a a part of th thgroat thTet thgreat > >
great repubiicj repubiicjIt
It Is the universal desire of the peo people pe pepie O Opie ¬
pie of the United rlt d States that tb t you may mayo 1118 1118preS itisyso
so o progress preS in prosperity 7 as to demon demonsttate deml1strate d5itilstrata
strata your capacity ca ity for selfSDvernriwn selfSDvernriwnThere etflOftntfln1Mre seifgoveramenThere
There is not a cittern in the Uniti UnitiStates rnitdStates tnitiStates
States of 3S WOJI who 1 110 does not hope iinl iinlpray ill u I Ipray 1liY
pray that you will 01 demonstrate your r rpacity I Ipari1 ei
pacity i ty for selfgovernment vpm11lfBt and nd for self selfgovernment SITfgoVerftnMllt selfgovernment
government goVerftnMllt not only on your own owncount a i iInfant I Icount
count count but on our account as a well espc espccially espetInily J1 J1cially
cially as a an example to the th neighboring neighboringislands ftfIgbbDTini nolghboriiiIn1an4
islands i lalMJ8 that peace and prosperity pro b ptv ptvsibie IX IXI pesibie
I sibie in one of f the Islands of the Wer WerIndies WeI WaIndies >
I Indies IndiesTbw v S
This will 111 make the star tar of hope brfgh brfghin DrigitIn brigtin
in the breasts of the t people of oCthe the Unit UnitStaten 1 1States J JStat
States Stat and of people PO in the other islatxi islatxiso I 11aniso L1wJ L1wJso
so those Mands ieIa may follow the example exampleyou caampily casmp casmpyou
you y u arc so nobly obIy y setting RUI forth forthCnnjnl forthCon teethCnnn1
Cnnjnl Con ut Snnlis Speaker Sl1eul lr Ciuinnn CiuinnnSan Cal1unnSan CannonSan
San Juan Porto Rico March 1L ILThf 1LThiee 1LThieeis There Therete
te some B comment COIIt lftt among a the passenger passengerOu PlllllJfDgTtbe
Ou O the liamburgAmericMt HaJllbur1AIIIeJIcp Lin 1ID oteanir oteanirBluecber t stetsn stetsnBiwecher m1 m1muec
Bluecber muec on ontbe the tardiness of CJirlstophor CJirlstophorII
II Payne s American consul at K KThomas HThomas t tThomas
Thomas who is a West Ut Vftrglnla ncgr ncgrnt J1gTlit negrhi
nt calling upon Speaker s Cannon wlun wluntbe wiltntlIe wbtnthe
the Biuecner arrived there yesterday yesterdaymorning yeRfTdilYJt1Or ycslerdmymorning
morning morningThe Jt1Or morningThe
Jt1Orrbeoo
The rbeoo consul t1ul did not pay his respetts ti tithe t tthe tthe
the Speaker until just before fore the steamer stramorsailed steamersailed Otmr Otmrsailed
sailed for 1 r San Juan The CongreHsmor CongreHsmorin
in the party p rty decline to make any state statement statemont tate tatement ¬
ment in regard to the matter < hut it itpretty I Iprotty Ipretty
pretty certain that a complaint iigulnst iigulnstthe igainstthe gtlnstUte
the consul will 111 be forwarded to th < > SUit SUitDepartment StntDepRrtm StutDepartment <
Department DepRrtm nL Mr Payne hag bong con conspicuousiy CODspieuously eonspicuously
spicuousiy in the consulate tOD a pfifiire ptH pbtmirePresident ure or orPresident lo loPrrident
President Roosevelt R elt at dinner r witli witliBooker wit II IIB I IBooker
Booker B Oker Washington It is labckl labcklEnunlity J1 LtbekEquality Il IlUEqUftlft
UEqUftlftIt Equality EnunlityIt
It is reported that the Congressmen Congressmenami mell mellantI
antI others on board the Biuecher win winnot wl11not wtflnot
not be allowed to lan Ja Iant at Colon if th thvessel thve it itvessel
vessel ve sel calls at any Venecuekin YeM uflaR port owing owinsto owin owinto
to the fact that t t yellow fever has ap appearad appoor6 appoured
poured poor6 1 in Venezuela VenezuelaL Ye VenezuttiaREADING ela elaREADING
L READING CLERK DISAPPEARS DISAPPEARSAccused DISAPPEARSI DISAPPEARSccmccr1 DISAPPEARSAceuceti
I
Accused Aceuceti of Hnvinjr IInln Approached Lob Lobl Lobhsyt
i l hsyt yl of f for Indiana Iii ml ima UrcTrcra UrcTrcraIndianapolis iJrewerlJi iirerrcrnIndianapolIs
Indianapolis March ll IJGtuftU Garrett O I nis Itiiscoil > ris riscoll
coil a reading clerk in the legislature lect has lutsbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been missing for several days daysAccording daysAccordln daysAccording
According Accordln to the story of Representative RepresentativeJJ HeprttlentntiJ
JJ J M Fitch of Delaware > County Drtecoll DrtecollI DrtseQHwent DrISCO4Iwent
I went to the agent It t and lobbyists for 11 the thebrewers tiltbrowers thebrewers
brewers and demanded SUHO sicoogroun on th thgroung tlw tlwiroun >
groung iroun that he had delivered the t votes of ofFitch orFitch ofFkch
Fitch and Representative Rcpr taUve Vain against againstthe againsttho againstthe
the high license bill Both of these men menhad m maybad 1 1had
had voted against AS1 nst the measure and th thbrewery thbrewery thbrewery
brewery agent sent accosted Fitch and asked askedwhat askedwhat askedwhat
what influence Driscoll had exercised exercisedFUctl exercls4MlFUcli exercisedFItch
FUctl sought Driscoll cotl out out and demanded demandedan
an explanation and the reading clerk de denied dpnfed denied ¬
nied that he had made such a denund denundThree demanThree demanaThree
Three of the lobbyists made affidavits amdatcontrndl aiHdavIttcontradicting affidavitscontradicting
contradicting contrndl ttn Driscoll and Drtecoll sud suddenly suddenly suddenly ¬
denly gave up his hi position and returned returnedhome retur returhome returndhome
home
California Lnn Land l Opening OpeningNew OpeJlinJNew OpeningNow
New go gOcrnment ernment aided canal Irrigated Irrigatedfjjilt 1tTtgatedfrJ1lt Irrigatedfruit
fruit vine vIne alfalfa farms steamboat And amirail Andmil andrail
rail easy terms write today toda C M ilWooster MVooster MWooster
Wooster Co San Francisco FranciscoLibbey Fr8nci FranciscoLibbey o oLlbbe
Libbey Llbbe Co 6th and X Y ave

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