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WHY HERMANN QUIT QUITCOlnpelle1 llIT llITCompelled
Compelled to Resign by Sec Secretary SecIletary Seerotary ¬
rotary of Interior InteriorTHREATENED InteriorTHREATENED IllteaiorTEREATENEfl
Hltclicoclc and Hl hIM Assistant AlIlstnutScott XV WScott i iScott
Scott Smith Testify that Dcnmnils DcnmnilsVcre DcmandllVcre DeinandcWere
Vcre 3Imle on land Comml Coululltuioner CoululltuionerIntcrccuon Co11InLINSlOI1er1ntercethlon loner lonerliitcrccssion
liitcrccssion l by y Senator 3HtcI JUtchell JUtchelllIoIsine 3IItchcJIHolsinger cll cllllolsinsrer
llolsinsrer lIoIsine Report Head to the Jury JuryW Jur Jurw Juryw
W Scott Smith prjwte aecretary eretry to toformer tofenner toferther
former Secretary of ttte Interior E A AHitchcock AUdcock
JUtdteeekwaa Hitchcock was the iMt ltWt w16ss v4tncec M811 caMed by bythe bythe bythe
the procecutkm plo cUon ye ysterday t ter lay 7 to Ae trial of ofBtQgerIIermann ofBlq ofBtgerHenuauii
BtQgerIIermann Blq erlIennmI whoJn who Indicted for the thealleged th thaUced thealleged
alleged destruction of o government fQftnu ent letter letterprow Jetterprees letterpre
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Mr Smith testified that he was present presentwhen pcuentwben presentwhen
when Secretary Hitchcock lUtc k had an inter interview Interview Interview ¬
view with tth Mr Hermann and demanded demandedhis demandedhla demandedhis
his resignation r tlon as Land Commissioner Commissionerth Comml loner lonerlhe
th the Secretary saying that h be regretted regrettedvery regrettedvery retted rettedvery
very much that the situation was wa such suchthat suchtha suchthat
that tha t he was compelled to ask for his hisresignation b bre hisresignation
resignation re Witness Mid Hermann Henn was wassurprised wassurprised 1I1i 1I1iSQl1X1
surprised SQl1X1 ed and disclaimed any ny inattention inattentionor
or neglect t of duty and requested that the thematter thematter thematter
matter be held over overMr oerMr overMr
Mr Smith adth thought the reason for Her Hermanns Herman Hermanss ¬
manns man request to hold t th matter atter tter over overwas overwas ftl ftlWU
was because of his desire d be to see his hisdaughter hladaU8bter hisdautiter
daughter married firat firatHml ft ftHntl lirstHail
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It was testified te8 ned by Mr Smith that Mr MrHermann MrHennuu MrHervnann
Hermann had a number of Interviews Interviewswith In lntrvlewswith mew mewwith
with Secretary Hitchcock Hitchcock and that the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter about two or three weeks after he hefirst henrst hefirst
first made Hermann acquainted with the thefact thetact thefact
fact that his resignation leIIIl atkm was desired desiredsent de lredsent desiredsent
sent for Hermann and told him that it ithis Ithis Ithis
his resignation was net forthcoming forthcominghe
he would have to ask the President to toremove toftmOt toremove
remove him himSenator himSfnator himScnator
Senator Mitchell handed Hermanns HermannJresignation Herinannsresignaulon Hermannsresignation
resignation to Mr Hitchcock a few days daysthereafter da711thereafter daysthereafter
thereafter hut asked that action be beerred de deferred deferred ¬
ferred until the latter part of January JanuaryMr JaftualTMr JanuaryMr
Mr Hitchcock preceded eeMd Mr Smith on onthe 011the onthe
the stand He stated that the resignation resignationof re l1 tJon tJonof
of Mr Hermann was involuntary and that thati t ththe t tht
i he had information that affairs in the tbeLand theLand theLand
Land Office might ml t not be just right t Mr MrHitchcock MrHitehcOlk MrJlitdicotk
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asked Mr Hermann for his resignation resignationSenator re pationi resignationSenator
i Senator nator Mitchell came to see him and andi andinterceded
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The Holsinger Ho1ln r report giving the de details de details detaILs
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derPimond land frauds was offered in inevidence midence Inevidence
evidence idence by District Attorney Baker and andit aDdit andIt
it was Wa read to the jury Mr Baker also alsoproduced aIsproduced alsoproduced
produced in court practically all the therecords theTords thereords
records of the Land Grace bearing on the thecreation thecreation thecreation
creation of the Blue Mountain forest re reserve Ienp reserve ¬
serve np
AlheH A Tanner Testifies TestifiesAlbert J1MtJ8cAUJt VestiflesAlbert
Albert AUJt > rt A Tanner a former law part partner partntr partHer ¬
Her of the late Senator John Mitchell Mitchellwas Mltebellwas ItCheII ItCheIIwas
was a witness Being asked by Mr MrBaker MrBakr MrBaker
Baker Mr Tanner stated al that his firm firmpracticed 11 11practiced firmpracticed
practiced extensively before the Land Of Office ocficf Offlee ¬
flee > in expediting cases Requested tM to toname toname toname
name some of their olients alle Us Mr Tanner Tannermentioned Taaaermentioned Tannermentioned
mentioned John A A Beason Benson of California Californiawho CalIfornia CalIforniawho OaUtornlawhoP
who whoP he stated paid a fee of N for forlegal foregal forlegal
legal services in connection with a case caseinvolving eaRinvohfng caseInvolving
involving lands in ttfe tl State of Wash Washington Washingt Washingi ¬
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that Mr Benson B n80n voluntarily promised the thefirm thefim thethin
firm the fee of ISM if an early action actionwas actionWas actionwas
was secured on his hind case The fee feewag feewas forwas
was paid in two installments of SKfl ZG each eachMr eachMr eachMr
Mr Tanner further fUther fu ther testified that the tkfee tkfeepaid theforpaid fee feepaid
paid by Benson ot was placed with the re receipts roe roec recelpts ¬
ceipts c lpts of the ftrm of Mitchell k Tanner Tannerand TaaMJand Tanner4fl1
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Mitchell at the end of the month monthBEEEWS monthRENEWS monthRENEWS
Mrs Mr 3Innd 11n nel T 1 Gordon ortlon S Sek ekw Writ WritAKiiiiiKt WrItAgnliist VritUhlMt
AKiiiiiKt UhlMt Her Hiislwml Hns1lundMaud 1InsbnndMaud HiislwmlMaud
Maud T Gordon yesterday petitioned petitionedthe petitionedth petitionedthe
the th District Supreme Supre Court to Issue a ahabeas ahabeas ahabeas
habeas corpus against a ihst John C F Gor Gordon Gordon Gordon ¬
don requiring him to produce their theirchild tbelrhild theirchild
child < hild Dorothy Turner Gordon who whoMr whoIrt whoMr
Mr Irt = Gordon allies 1I e8 has been removed removedout reJaOvedout removedout
out of the Jurisdiction by the defend defendant detetaclant defendant ¬
ant Mrs Gordon through her attor attorneys attorn attorneys ¬
neys n E E S S Douglas and W B Mat Matthews Matthews Matthews ¬
thews alleges that on August 15 Ift2 Ift2she 1M 1Mhe 1wshe
she he filed a suit for absolute divorce divorcefrom divorceI divorcefrom
I from her husband in the court eour of ofMinnesota ofMinnesota ofMinnesota
Minnesota also asking aekln for the custody custodyof custqdyof
of the child and that the divorce was wasgranted wasgranted aa aaranted
granted ranted November 7 1W4 1M decreeing decreeingher dee decreeingher ID IDher
her the custody custod of the child Mrs Irs Gor Gordon Gordon Gordon ¬
don also alleges that Gordon contem contemplates contPmplates contemplates ¬
plates remarrying about April 1 that thathe thathe thathe
he has control of the child and that her herefforts be beefforts heefforts
efforts to t find the same saJ e have remained remainedfutile remainedfutlle remainedfutile
futile Chief Justice Clabaugh issued issueda
a rule to show cause returnable next nextTuesday nextTue nextTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayCOMFORT Tue TuesdayCOMFORT day dayCOMFORT
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the contractor James M Dunn the pub public public publie ¬
lic comfort station at Seventh street and andPennsylvania aDdPtnnaylvania andPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue receiving rec i1ng JSW for forany forany forany
any minor alterations or improvements improvementsthat Improvementsthat Improvementsthat
that may be made It is expected that thatthis thatthis tiiatthis
this station and also the one on Pe Pe PeonsyJ PeonsyJvania lpYl lpYlvAnia syJ syJvanla
vania avenue between Thirteenth and andFourteenth andFourteenth andFourteenth
Fourteenth street street will be open to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public by July 1 1The 1The 1The
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until midnight having havin on o duty two at attendants attpndants attendants ¬
tendants a man and a woman VIo wo nan nan They Theywill Theywill Theywill
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who may be taken ill and modern con conveniences convn conveniences ¬
veniences vn nce including Ineludln soap and towels toweuswhich tOWeI8VIhleh towelswhich
which will be furnished furnlsh each person for fori Corcents forcente
i cents Fifty thousand dollars was the thesum thesum thesum
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the lunch room at SOS Ninth street streetnorthwest streetnorthwe streetnorthwest
northwest t reported to the police yes yesterday yestrday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon that on Monday a aman aman aman
man giving the name of J T Phillip Phillipgave PhUlIJNfgaYe PhIllipsgave
gave him a check for or 515 as payment paymentof
of a bill which when presented at the theNational theational theNational
National ational Bank of Washington yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day was found to be worthless worthlessMr worthlessMr worthlessMr
Mr Martyn Martyn stated that the man had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been in the habit of getting his meals mealsat meals mealsat mealsat
at his establishment estabil hmen for some weeks weeksand weeksand weeksand
and gave him the check in payment of oft ofk
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should return in a few hours to get the thechange thechange thechange
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been made Jnad totally blind from a shot shotfired shotftred shotlired
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ella have no means and the govern government govornmet governmeat ¬
met has no t funds of that tribe from fromwhich fromwdch fromwhich
which to draw Deeply De4pIT interested in inthe t tthe 1the
the case the Secretary of the Interior Interiorhas Jnter10rhaa interiorhas
has hoped the existing lawl 1 might ml t per permit perIt permit ¬
mit It him to place the child in the Co Columbia Columbia Golumbia ¬
lumbia Institute for the Blind in I this thiscity U Ucity tbiscity
city H lie has been advleefl vIM by the Comp Comptroller COlftJatrailer CorajtraIler ¬
trailer of the Treasury TreaavryhoweTer h however w T r that thatsuch thatuch thatsuch
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flle fUH < f a motion J tton for a new trial for his hteclient hiscnent hiscHeat
client Joseph Paolucrt who was w convicted convictedlast ooaYlctedlut convictedhi5t
last Friday of murder m rder m In the first degree degreeIn de deIn derrein
In connection with the death of Elisabeth ElisabethY ltzabothV
V Dodge September 13 last TV prin principal prIadpaJ prisc1 ¬
cipal c1 reason advanced why the verdict of ofthe o otile ofthe
the jury should be set t aside according AftG to tothe totoo tothe
the motion is the statement made by the thenmsecufor thoJHlCu thepmaccutor
nmsecufor JHlCu or in his address to t the Jury In tewhich Inwhicb Inwhich
which he said saidThis aidThIa ssidThis
This modern Borneo has boasted to a amass aJ amass
mass of his Italian acquaintances aequa DtaAcea in this thiscity tbIIIcity th thcity
city that he had a beautiful Amerfcan Amerfcangirl Amerkaarl Auteiteangirl
girl rl for a sweetheart but when he found foundhe toeIMbe foundhe
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the paasnons passions of the jurors against the de de ¬
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IlereH T IK I the Perfect crfet Rye n Ilrend IlrendGerman HrendGerman flreztdGerman
German rye is unquestionably unque tionably the most
delicious and nourishing of breads br ds Berens
Rye Ry is made in the true t Fatherland style stylewith stylewith
with specially milled rye flower Order Ber Berens BerensIt 13crensIt ¬
ens ensIt it will bring brf health into your home homeHurley homeIIJle homeflorley
Hurley IIJle Malt UnUUtcUinn MeHoiinl Wltlnky WltlnkyPrescribed hlJ hlJPreeerlbed hbiky hbikyPrescribed
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Two Divorces Granted GrantedChief Grnl1tedChief GrantedChief
Chief Justice Clabaugh C1abau yesterday yesterdaygranted yeaterygrant yesterdaygrntsti
granted cl an absolute ab divorce to Charles CharlesF
F i Berkeley from froaKaUe Katie E Berkeley Berkel A Alimited ADmlted Alimited
limited divorce was granted Louise Von VonoerhekJe VonDerheide Vonnerhelde
oerhekJe from Henry Vonderheide VoiMlerlieWeChoice VonderheideCholt VonderheideChoice
Choice Cholt l Potatoes H 70e Ol tin IJuFresh nuFresh tinFresh
Fresh 1ggs Sgs 30c lc dos Quaker Matches Matchesc atches
W4c c doc Large Pickles lie dos Sc 5c c
boxes Tacks 3 ior 5c Candles S for Sc Sc30c cJOe 5clOc
JOe bottles Machine Oil 3 for lOc No goods
delivered Pyle Pyl Pyies New Method Stores SU 14
Uth at se M38 143 P st at nw and N J ave
dk K at nw nwAsk nwAsk
Ask k Any ny Ifnnct Grocer Groeerfor Groterfor Grocerfor
for the oobest best bread and youll get Jno G
Meinbergs MMnbe Its superiority is immediately immedlalel immedlalelapparent
apparent to all If your grocer groc r cant supply
It notify > Bakery 71 il611th 71611thS llth at Phone B Elm ElmPhone 1227 1227Phone 1221iIioie
Phone M 1 12JHI lJ 129Qiilek CVuIck Jlck Dcllverj DcllverjWHen I lcliveraWhen eJher eJherWiten
WHen you want something that you yO can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not get at other stores s try here Donnelly
14th I 1 Mail us your order orderMore orderrorl orderMore
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Try the Gregory Gassaving Burner It Itte Itboth Itis
te both a burner and a gas governor governcrreg governcrregulating overnf rreg rregulatlng reg regulating ¬
ulating the now flow to give the th maximum of oflight otI oflight
light I ht with the minimum of gas consump ¬
tion Our demonstrator will be hero every
day this week to show this burner Youll Youllwant YouUwant Youllwant
want more after you have seen how it itsaves Itsaves Itssves
saves gas Price tOe each three for 28c 28c6V 5c 5c12th
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up save Rveaa gas C A Muddlman Co
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Ijitcxt Novelties in College CoJlc e Color ColorPins CoJorocPIns ColorMPins
Pins PIns Pillows Badges BndgesCestinett CostineUs ills Uth UthHotel HthJlntel 14thlintel
Hotel JoIniKon Cafes CnfesAll CnrNIAU CafesAll
All the choice sea food direct from the tliocatchers thocatchers thecatchers
catchers also New York
Yorkments meats game c cShamrocks cShamrocks cShamrocks
Shamrocks Pipes Flags c J Jay Gould GouldFinest GouldFlne GouldFinest
Finest Flne t Fruit Strawberry lee Cream Creul1i Creul1iI
I 125 gallon Reislnger Re 235 i G st st nw nwPiirliMlnm nwI nwPiirlsslnia
PiirliMlnm Rye R c I IN Notably Fine FineIt llncIl FineIt
It is excellent as a stimulant tlmuantdeliglat delight ¬
ful as a beverage There is need of a agood agood
good whisky for use In the home home portIon portlcuat
buiy at this season 8ea800Pullsalmn Purlssimn Rye is the theone th thone
one to buy it stimulates sustains Phone
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Papa and an I Mamma Wilson WTIIsOIJPacified VilSOllPacified I Iv
v Pacified in Court CourtJUDGE CourtJUDGE j jJUDGE
Pair DiNinlKKcd with a Dissertation Dissertationon
on the Duties of husband and Wife WifeGeorge WifeGeorge V1fcGeorJe
George Washington Hancock e cLearn eIearn eIenrus
Learn the Penalty Pcnnlt for Stealing To Tobncco TohnccoltecJ TolOCCOlteckoII5
bncco hnccoltecJ lOCCOlteckoII5 Reckons oIIIJ She Loves Him HimBecame lllnaBeeautJe hintBeufio
Became thIn to the dull season for fornlttrfauigerx forPlpedMua forpapet1ibger
nlttrfauigerx PlpedMua nr and huaband John who whomakes whomilk whomakes
makes milk HI his living livhby by putting peoples par parlore parlors partorn
lore and bedroom out Ut of commission oommls lon for fortwo forto fortwo
two or three days at a time was there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore unable to provide the new spring springdrcsB springdr springdress
dress dr and bonnet desired by Mrs John JohnMamma Johnllamna JohnMamnia
Mamma and Papa Wilson and two little littleWilsons lIttl lIttlYU8OftII littleWilson
Wilson appeared In Judge De Laceys LaceysJuvenile Lacey LaceyJUVeRO LacoysJuvenile
Juvenile Court room yesterday to see seewhat leewhat seewhat
what the strong arm of o the law could coul do doabout doaboUt doabout
about Jt It Pan Pap Witaon Wlis n appeared at the theInstigation th thInlltlptton theInstIaUon
Instigation cf Mamma Wilson who whocliargad whocltal5iMl whocharged
charged him with nonsupport Mamma MammaWitoo MnmmnWIIaioA MammaVlisoa
Witoo was there with the little Wilsons Wilsonsto
to buck up her assertions u rtlODil and nd get the thesympathy theympatJay thesympathy i
sympathy > of the court Papa P Pft Wilsons Wilsonsmotherinlaw SllsonsPuotherinhiw 1ll ons onsntOtherlnw
motherinlaw was also present to help helpmake helpmake helpmake
make things unpleasant for him himUpon himUpon liltitUpon I
Upon rigid investigation by tho gentle gentlekindly gentlekfINIly gentlekindly
kindly magistrate it developed that up to totwo totwo totwo I
two weeks ago a o all had been peace p ce and andharmony QdbanlNJny atlhsxmoety
harmony in the Wilson abode It was wasthen WIISthen wsgthOU
then that Mamma amm Wilson presented her herclaim herclaIm herclaim
claim for the aforesaid spring bonnet and andgown andown andgown
gown Papa Pap Wilson on told her that he had hadthe HAdthe badthe
the money but wouldnt give It to her herTata hernia herThis
This It appeared appe I was a Mutt utt meant me nt to toawe Wtea totease
tea tease awe his young youn spouse 1JP U8f and when Judge JudgeDe JudgeDe JudgeDo
De Lacey heard about it be chided Papa PapaWfteoR PapaWoR PapaWilson
Wilson in gentle but Arm tones tonesLectured tooesIccturcd tonesLectured
Lectured l 117 r Court CourtYou CourtYou CourtYou
You ought ou t to be admitted ashn to nag your yourwife yourwlte yourwife
wife the court said Dowmt she stay stayat stayat stayat
at home and work t make things sees eomtortab1e seesfortable om omforUble
forUble and pleasant for yon Y U1 Doesnt Doesntfee Doosntshe Doesntshe
she fee take tk care of f the cMUren 1 Young Youngman YoungDUUI Youngman
man do you know that It you had t 16 stay stayin Stayin ta taIn
in the home two days and do the thework nojuee hqusework nojueejwork
jwork work and take care of those two little Httiel MUI MUIonM littleones
l one ones yon would wouldI woaWHe wuidHed
I Hed He go cnuy interposed IIed Mamma MammaWlkMW Iam IamVUe MammaWilson
Wilson WlkMWAnd WilsonAndyou
And Andyou you ought to be patient and lov loving Iovlab 3evlag ¬
lab toward your husband said Judge JudgeDe JudpDe
De 1 Lacey turning t tuEnb to Mamma Mam WM WMoo WlIOOlJoNat Wilmm
mm oo Doesnt he work hard when whenthere wheathere whenthere
there is work for him to do and anddoesnt AnddoHnt anddoemit
doesnt he bring home his earnings earningsto
to you 101 You know that at this time timeof timeof
of 0 the yew y there is little 1itt1 or nothing for forthe fortile forthe
the paperhangers perban to do and you ought to tobe tobe tObe
be unselfish uueI and not make demands that thatyou thttOU thatyou
you know your husband cant comply with withWhen Vl1tbWben withWhen
When he said he had the money but butwouldnt butwooJdDt butwouldnt
wouldnt give ve it to you didnt dJ you knew knewto knewin hncwIn
in your heart that he was w teasing and amithat andthat analthat
that he didnt have any money moneyNo lIIODeyT lIIODeyTNo moneylfo
No No sr Idr 1 I didnt dhtatkDow know 1C 1CIleckon kn ft ftIiectonsShc
Ileckon n IiectonsShc cl on4 She IOVCM Him HimWell HimtoWI Ilitti5WeiI
toWI Well it has been shown here by bTattenaey ate binattorney ateattorney
attorney and employer em that he hunt haantearned huntMY hasntea
earned ea any money during the lit taat few fewweeks fewweeb fewweeks
weeks yo you know It now VI dont t you you1 Do Doyou Do70U Doyou
you love your JOVIye8 husband husbandYe busbandYes
Ye ye8 Yes sir I reckon I do doDont toont dot3ent
ont you love your wife wifeSure wtter wtterSure witerSure
Sure1Jbake Sure SureShake SureShake
Shake hand ex Mamma and Pupa PupaWilson PlapaWi PapaWilson
Wilson Wi compiled eart eartI eartooNow tearfullyNo tearfully tearfullyNow
Now No both boI of f you go home and behave behaveyoursehre beIIa behaveyourselves ve ve78UneIYe8
yourselves and try to make things happy happyfor MPPFtor happyfor
I for each e other There Thor is enough iwhap iwhappiness usbapplasos p pIIiDNe
piness te the t th world WeT now without you two twoyoung twoI twoyoung
I young people looking for It It Next case casePapa cuePapa casePapa
Papa Wilson made a quick exit and andweat aacIweDt andwent
went east on F street Mamma Wilson Wilsonthe W1 W1the Wlioonthe
the little Wilsons WII ftII and mammamlaw mammamlawweat mammahtlawweat mammahalawwent
weat west on F street streetICnter BtreelICntcr streetItuter
ICnter George W V fcc fccUttJe tcUtile c cLlttte
UttJe Oecrge Washington Hancock c cSnltIa c cSmith cSmith
Smith or maybe it was Jones was next nextushered nextlahered 1 1hered
ushered hered In and wriggled w slowly up to the theJudges deJ thedesk
Judges J desk It appeared that George Georgec Geo Geok
k c had been In custody for torlleftlal several days daysebaned fIanebaJsed dayscharted
charted with having < broken Into a little littletobacco littleIItort littlecco
tobacco cco store and stolen a large quantity quantityof quantitytobacco
of eheap tobacco He had admitted the thetheft UtetIteft thetheft
theft tIteft but was beta MIa < held In the tbellope tbellopetIMIt hope hopethat hopethat
that he would turn Stat States Ste s evidence on onthe ontile oatthe
the other < members of the gang of ofwhich ofwhlcb ofwhich
which he is suspected ted of being belD an integral integralpart Iftte Integralpart nal nalparl
part partGeorg parlGfOI8 partGeorgts
Georg Georgts g allegiance to the gang gDgVIorltty was wasworthy wasworthy
worthy of a better cause e He strenuously strenuouslydenied strenuoualdenied strenuouslydenied
denied having had accomplice in Inburglarlous hfe hfeburglarious 14 14burgiarious
burglarious psterprses enterprises lerprtae and when asked askedhow ask askedhow ft ftbow
how be was able to carry off such a large largeluantity IItrge1uanUty largeluantiLy
luantity of tobacco himself some thirty thirtysix thlrtyIx thirtylx
six Ix packages Jficlta ha hanD vine < been stolen he re replied rit rittJlled rettIed ¬
plied pliedAh ttIed ttIedAl
Ah Al made two trips fer it itJudge it1u itJudge
Judge 1u De Lacey tried to impress Impre upon uponthe upontbe uponthe
the uncomfortable uncomforta squirming utrmlag 1rCun youngstersomething youngster youngstersomething 9ter 9tersomethlnt
something of the character and majesty majestyof majest majestor
of the law He told him how the law lawwas Jawwas lawwas
was made to protect even him from ma marauders marwud marenders ¬
renders rwud and then the court naked him It ifhe Ithe Ithe
he would like to live IIv with a thief thiefItnoivH thiefJnowN thiefIcitows
ItnoivH the Answer AnswerGeorges AnllwerGeoms AnswerGeorges
Georges wriggles assumed a serpentine serpentinecharacter J1erpeatJooeharacter serpentinecharacter
character and after aft < great e t effort he man managed RNlned managed ¬
aged ed to make audible an ejaculation ejaeul Uon that thatto thatto thatto
to the t layman was WI entirely noncommittal noncommittalhi noncommittalmeant
hi meaning meant But apparently Judge De DeLacey DeLaeer DoLiCOy
Lacey recognized from long experience experiencethat experIencethat experIencethat
that his interrogation Imerro o had been answered answeredift
ift M the negative negativeWhy negativeVhy ve veWh
Why Wh wouldnt you like to live with 1th a athief athW1 athief
thief further queried the court courtMurumpf courtHlurumpf courtMurumpf
Murumpf said tel George GeorgeIs Geor e eIII
Is it because you are afraid at Ilhl he would wouldsteal wouldteal wouldsteal
steal all II your clothes and nd things4 things4Answer thlDgsrAnawer thhtgorAnswer
Answer Wriggles WrigglesI Wrtg es
1 15 I it r persisted pe 1 the court courtUmpff oourtHUmpfC courtUrnpff
Umpff admitted George In the affirm affirmative affinna affirmative ¬
ative a ativelhen live
Then you surely dont want ant to grow growup browup growup
up a thief yourself said id the court and andto andto andto
to protect you against a in t any such possi possibility possiblUtY possibibty ¬
bility I am going to turn you OU over to th thBoard thBoard thBoard <
Board of Childrens Guardians who will willsee willsee willsee
see that you are sent to a nice place placewhere plaNwhere placewhere
where you will 111 be taught useful things thingsnod thingsand thingsand
and learn to work with 1th your hands and andbecome andbecome andbecome
become a respectable member of society societyUmpff societyooUmpr societylJmpg
Umpff said aii George as he was gently gentlyescorted genU genUeIeOrted gentlyescorted
escorted away awayProtest awayProtCHt awayProtest
Protest Against A ninRt Saloon SaloonOpposition SaloonOpW8lt1on SaloonOptOsition
Opposition to the granting of of a are aretall re retail retail ¬
tail liquor license 1fcen e to Joseph Buckioy BuckioyNineteenth BucklonNfnlteenth BuckiyNineteenth
Nineteenth and T streets was made madeyesterday madeyesttrday madeyesterday
yesterday before the excise board by b a anumber anumber anumber
number of residents of that neighbor neighborhood neighborhool neighborhood ¬
hood The Th granting of this license has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been contested from year ye r to year upon uponthe u uponthe on onthe
the ground that the saloon is in a apurely apurely apurely
purely residential section As the theboard theb theboard
board b ard is conversant with the case it itwas itwtus itis
was announced that no testimony testimonywould testimonywould testimonywould
would be taken but that the papers in inthe Inthe inthe
the case would be considered Senator SenatorBurkett SenatorRUlket SenatorBurkett
Burkett RUlket of Nebraska was among the theprotestants theprotestant theprotestants
protestants protestantsTreaty protestantTrent protestantsTrent
Treaty Trent Iteaclicfi JSunto Domingo DOlUln DomingoThe DoiuliiproThe o oThe
The State Department has been ad advised adll advised ¬
vised ll ed of the arrival of United States StatesMinister StatesMinister StatesMinister
Minister Dawson In Santo Domingo Domingowith Domingowith Domingowith
with the copy c py of the treaty treat with this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country whioh was recently reeentl passed by bythe b bthe bythe
the United States Senate The treaty treatyas treatyas
as amended a here has been submitted to tothe t ttheSanto totheSanto
the theSanto Santo Domingo legislature and andMinister andMlnJster andMiniser
Minister Dawson predicts that it will willsoonbe wl11tGonbe willsoonbe
soonbe ratified ratifiedNQtnhlT ratifIedNqtnIIT j jWhpn
NQtnhlT Fine Flowers FlowertWh FlowersWhen
When Wh t on orders of Gude he is assured assuredthat aSiluredthat assuredthat
that he wilt get the theftne finest t specimen flow flowers flowers flowers ¬
ers grown 1S14 F st
Private John B nLlp Xlpicoml com > Will VIII Be BePermitted DePermlttcl UtPerittitted
Permitted to Resign nefilfrnThe ResignThe eNlgn eNlgnThe
The Commissioners Comml loners yesterday ye terd y reaffirmed reaffirmedUie reaffirmedUa reaffirmedthe
the Ua findings of the police trial board In Inthe inthe inthe
the case of Private John B Lipscomb Lipscombrecommended Llpscomhrecom Lipecombrecommended
recom recommended nded for dlamiaaal upon the thecharge thecbarge thecharge
charge of paving shot Daniel Boyle In Inview Inview Inview
view of of the previous good record of the theofficer tlacofficer theofficer
officer it was stated that he will be per permlttad permUted permltted
mUted to resign The shooting occurred occurredon
on the Conduit road July 28 2 last lastCampbell lastCampbell lastCampbell
Campbell Carringtoh attorney for Lips Lipscomb Iipscomb Lipscomb
comb reviewed the case ca e stating that thatthe thatlhl thatth
the th evidence showed that the shooting of ofBoyle ofBoyle ofBoyle
Boyle was unintentional and that it was wasproven wasproen wsproven
proven conclusively that the policemans policemanspistol policemansplBtol poiicemanspistol
pistol was discharged us he arose from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the ground having fallen fallenwhtle while In pursuit pursuitof
of Boyle BoyleThe BoyleThe BoyleThe
The attention of the Commissioners was wasdirected wasdreeted wasdfreeted
directed to his record first a u s a fireman firemanand firemanand firemanand
and later as 8 a policeman tending to prove provethat provpUftt provethat
that he was sober I ber and andeventemptrfd andeventemptrfdIt eventempered eventemperedIt
It was stated that he had no animosity animositytoward animositytoward
toward toware Boyle and that Inee t nee the shoot shooting ShootJng shootIng ¬
ing lta I lt offered to make every reparation reparationby
by b offering o rlng to nay his hospital and other otherexpenses otherexpenses otherexpenses
expenses Boyle it was w stated has hasfully hasfully hasfully
fully recovered recoveredAt recoveredAt recoveredAt
At the conclusion of a hearing given by bythe bythe bythe
the Commissioners yesterday to Private B BF B BF BF
F Doulnn recommended by the police trial trialboard trialbo trialboartj
board bo n1 for or dismissal from the force for a aviolation avioJnUOn aviolation
violation of the police regulations Com Commfaaloner Commn Cornmissioper
mfaaloner mn ner West Veet announced that he would wouldrecommend wouldrecommoodthe wouldrecommend
recommend recommoodthe the reinstatement of the offi officer officer officer ¬
cer Doulan was represented repre cnted by Attor Attorney AttorJCY Attorhey ¬
hey Wilton J Lambert LambertMARKET LlLm LambertMARKET rt
Farmers nrlnerlll Present prcc ArKumctitK mcnt Regard RefnrflInjf Regarding
Injf Allotment of Space SpaceTh SPaceThe
Th The allotment of space siac along lon the line lineof lineot lineof
of the wholesale produce market was wasth wasthe wasthe
the th subject of a hearing given by the theCommtadoner tbeComml theCommissioners
Commissioners Comml stoners yesterday ye to a delegation delegationof
of Maryland Virginia and District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColunthhu I
Columbia farmers fann The alleged aJle M prefer preference preference preferonce ¬
ence shown by Ote lii aeal sealer r of weights wei htB and andmeasures andmeasur andmeasures
measures measur In assigning a apace to the Mary Maryland Maryland ar arJ8Jtd ¬
land farmers was discussed the majority majorityof
of the speakers announcing their antis satisfaction sati satifacUott antisfaction ¬
faction with the present system by which whicha I Icertain
a a certain locality Jocall y is allotted for a fixed fixedpetiod i ipertod I IJJ
pertod Col W 1 C Ha Hukell kell sealer o oweights oweJgbta oi oiweights
weights and measures denied that dis disI disIcrhnlnaU9n discrmlnatl 1 1crimination
crimination crmlnatl n bad been shown and nd submit submitted submitted ¬
ted a statement signed by 117 farmers farmersannouncing farmersannouncing I Ianft4HllHlng
announcing their satisfaction tiaCaction with pres present prescot ¬
ent conditions coiMlUlonFulton condlUonaFulton conditionsFuiton
Fulton Dell De 11 of 31 John Marshall place plaroowner P placeowner 30 >
owner of a truck truelD1 farm fa In Maryland Marylandstated Marylandstated arylandstated 1
stated that the abolition of the old sys system s 53stern s st ¬
tem t m OOlirat first come JIm served has provini provinisaticfactory Ptoffi plovenijattlafactory
saticfactory to the majority Jorlty of farmers farmersas farmersas I
as it permits them to leave 1eav their th lr homes homesat j jat
at a reasonable hour with the assurance assurancethat auuranethat assuraneethat
that his stand would not be occupied occupiedAddresses OC occupiedAddresses uptfd uptfdAcldre
Addresses es In advocacy of the present sys system fI fItent systent ¬
tent were also 10 made by Charles R How HowInaOfl HowJDllfHlCba Howflees
JDllfHlCba InaOfl flees Charles E Churchman and others othersThe oth othersThe lB lBTbe
The Commissioners announced that the thearguments thearpmeDts thearguments
arguments presented would be taken un under undel Under ¬
der consideration considerationUNIONS eonsIderaUonUNIONS considerationUNIONS
Paper inkers and Pulp Worker De Decide Decide Bedde ¬
cide to 15ml Honlilitlex HonlilitlexAs
As A a result ulto of a conference with withPresident withPrestdetttGolnpers withPresident
President PrestdetttGolnpers Gom Gompers per and Secretary Mor Morrisan MorrlMtl4 Morrises
rises if of the t f > American mel a Federation of ofLabor ofLabor ofLsbor
Labor the International JAtaflluosaat Paper Malt Makers Xakerg Maltera ¬
ers Union UDio and tile international body bodyof bod bodof bodyor
of pulp wwk workers hav have aflrr agreed d to adjust adjustamicably Adju adjustamicably t tamicably
amicably the differences existing be between between ¬ I ItWM
tween tWM them themThe themThe themThe
The members her of the two interns international intprnatknaat internstionsi ¬
tional bodies that represented theit theitorganizations thpj thpjor thelorganlzaton
organizations or nlsatloDf In the conference agreed agreedto agree agreeto > 1 1to
to a cessation ce of hostilities and to hold holdtwo holdtwo I Itwo
two conventions to be called at the thesame thfame thesame
same time and at the same me place and andto andto andto
to come together to eLMr under one head in a amanner amaDner amanner
manner that Fill be satisfactory to toboth toboth toboth
both They T signed K working agree agreement a agreestoat ree reeOat ¬
stoat Oat to this eTfect e leet in the office of ofPresident orPre ofPresident
President Pre ldeDt Gompers in Typographical TypographicalTemple T7 TypographicalTemple raphlea1 raphlea1TeMple
Temple TempleIt
It is said d that the dispute was the theresult t trenU thereoult
result of the claim of jurisdiction by bythe 1 1tbe bythe
the paper makers over the pulp work workera wor1tera worIiera
era There are but few men of either eithercraft eithercraft eithercraft
craft employed In this city They ax axin an anIn azin
in the District D of Columbia Cola1 1a Paper PaperManufacturing PaperManufacturing r ranutaeturtn
Manufacturing anutaeturtn Companys plant at the thecorner iia iiaeornfr th thcorner
corner of Potomac and Water rater streets streetsGeorgetown streeu streeuGeoraretoWrL streetsGeorgetown
Georgetown GeoraretoWrLASKS GeorgetownASKS GeorgetownASKS
Jane Marsh Mnkcn Large Lnr e Dcmandn Dcmandnon DcinandiOIL
on Railway Company CompanyJane CompanTJane CompanyJane
Jane Marsh lar h yesterday began soil HittnBt suitagainst soilagainst
against th the Washington Wa ht Railway and amiElectric aMtrtc and1eetr1e
Electric 1eetr1e trtc Company for ISO MM damages for foralleged toraJlqtCi forslIegt
alleged personal per onal injuries injuriesThe InjuriesTbe injuriesThe
The plaintiff through her attorneys attorneysLester allorReysLeater attorneysLester
Lester Price alleges aI es that on ona November Novembera
a 2 hoc 1I05he she sit attempted t te board otie Otte of ofthe 0the ofthe
the defendant tndant companys eom cars on H Hstreet HstlCCt Hstreet
street stlCCt between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Fifteenthstreets Fttteeathstreets Fifteenthstreets
streets streets and that the ear started before befamshe betnshe beforeshe
she succeeded 8 ed In getting Iet g on that she was wasthrown wutbrown wasthrown
thrown violently to the ground sustaining sustalnjisgserious sustainingserious tmt tmt8el1ous
serious and permanent injuries injuriesMay InjuriesM8 InjuriesMay
May A A Thayer through her attorney attorneyLeonard attonMYLfOnard attorneyLeonard
Leonard J Mather yesterday instituted institutedsuit IMtUUC IMtUUCsuit institutedsuit
suit against the District DJ trlct of Columbia olumbin 10 10recover UrOver t trecover
recover SltOOO 16000 damages for alleged per personal pirIOnal pereons ¬
sonal eons Injuries She alleges that on Sep September September September ¬
tember 19 1t K06 19OG while p pu sfog along M Mand MAnd Mand
and Thirty Thirtythird third streets she was tripped trippedby trippedby trippedby
by an obstruction ob trueUon in the sidewalk which whichcaused whichcaused whichcaused
caused her to fall thereby injuring Injuri her herself herHit herself ¬
self seriously and permanently permanentlyBrazil permanentlyDrnzil permanentlyi permanentlyBrazil
Brazil Studying Water Supply SupplyThe SUJpl SUJplThe SupplyTue
The following communication was wasyesterday wasyesterday wasyesterday
yesterday received r eived by the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners At the instance of the Bra Brazilian Braxflian Brarilian ¬
zilian Ambassador Ambas ador I have the honor honorTo honorto honorTo
To request for the transmission to his hisembassy hisemba hisembassy
embassy emba the latest official publications publicationsand puhlicatlonsand publicationsand
and information concerning the water watersupply wat watersupply r rupply
supply and drainage of Washington Washingtonand VuhJngtonand
and to ask that these documents be besent bellent besent
sent to the diplomatic bureau of this thisdepartment thisdlptUtmeont thisdepartment
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