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Wall Street on Verge ofPanic o oPanic
Panic as Prices Tumble TrimbleBOSS TtnnbleSS TumbleO
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Re petition Gttion of May Dra 9 1901 1901Feared 1 1901Feared 901 901Feared
Feared but It Is Averted AvertedDecline A AvertedDGgline crted crtedJ
Decline J lhie Abroad Has Effect on New Newfork 3fcTFYork lCTYor
York Yor nnd Sales for Day Rench RenclaTotal RenchJTotal Rcne11Total
Total of 2200000 with ith Declines of cffrom offlrom If Ifforom
from Four to Thirteen Points in intlie in1he intie
tie Principal IssuNot Issues bsu II > ot n Single SingleIfluIInre SlnleIfnnur SingleIIlaflnxg
IfluIInre Ifnnur Reported In the StreetYork Street StreetSJtew StreetyOltt
SJtew York yOltt Munch a ASteck1BIkeJ ASteck1BIkeJtleM liMeekmarkyrgedt 3teckmarfc 3teckmarfcUMXal <
UMXal tleM Ha verged on a ratio far several aeveraiMO severaltAdsy Ten TenW
MO today W and a sigh of relief wait satqas waittt
tt > i the market eteaed without wttlloutot a ath a6tIi
6tIi < th that ot would be a ralp repetition tIUaa Uoa of the tlwfaODM t tCay thefamous
famous May I BM L JW Fertwtely not a aafavte atrluns arii
afavte rii Ie frJlure of as atoekmar stockmarket tet housewas house MUMaaaoaaoeIta4Q housewsa
was aanoonoed aaaoaaoeIta4Q aaaoaaoeIta4QDe today todayDesp isdayDerv
Derv interest attached to he the meeting iDeedMor meetingof <
or of the faaMui CMMiiet t Washington WuNa < t bat specu specuJ sgpeenlalors speculators ¬
lators J tora teak for lair relief from that thataoofce thatce dustAouroe
ce Aouroe aoofce beyond that tetrad in the state statei states atatezaued statesdies
dies i eat Issued Awed by Secretary Se entry Cortelyou Cortelyounerqe Cortelyoue s srand
e nerqe averageioeit et the twenty twentyroad 1 1nJM
rand atocks ussasihl mOTtfr selected lleteetedtell far cota eai6tar1 eai6tar1left > ari arisaLfett
saLfett tell aft 3 a share today > in thepeak the thepaste tilepale
paste Jaducect Imdu induce by the Northern NeithenIa Ho thera Pacifte Pacifteeonter Psdfieernar
eonter on May t INI the decline decD was a afraction aover aover
fraction over IS > S a share shari Of an thelt the theHCeaka thea
HCeaka lt eaks la the intervening time today todaywaa todaywu todays todayswa
wu wa waa bt air tar r the tJaeIt greatest atratytit greatestIt
It was much man radical for Instance Instancetttt InstancetiIU Inataneetit
tit tttt either of the two ° hfe market breaks breakof breaksof breaksof
of mat week wwi ws and it wajMjO sat nose significantbscs significant significantbacaoae significantCjf
bacaoae bscs e fucoueame cced Cjf a Meftne eetine of about aboutIMtMOMf abouet about1N
IMtMOMf 1N to ii Jiiarket et value values from the the1sllgle the thekigk theIII
kigk la III lalsa > pf mat year its it effect e < ect waseMntsnlatlua wa waovmuiatiTO was wasuIatfft
ovmuiatiTO ovmuiatiTOilonoy uIatfft
ilonoy > Qnv Ruto Itii4 < M AdvanceThe Advance AdvanceThe AehnnccTIIe
The day waa wall unprecedented tro reaxdexated In several seYeIaIJfll sevessipec severalrespect
respect Jfll pec Not before Ril t the tIIeJIIMDOIT > memory of ofoldeat ofoJdeat ofthe
the oldest brolp broker haK tbe l such suchout suclawtth suchtttLer
tttLer or hl = wtth wrtthout wttht
out t tanhuiMKef the K OM one e or mdse mot lane largelneinise laneM IaIp4t
lneinise 4t tae ttBJ previously previously loan loanbroker loaaeIIt loanbrekgrfa
broker brekgrfa agree sgreed eIIt has such 8U h heavy hea Uqufda liqutdaby UquldaallllJ Uqufdattoarbeea
dasa ttoarbeea bta1 u ua acconRmudod allllJ by byaucb such och a sharp sharpadvance
a advance du ee in mrtaaj rate And from the thefaimtolia thPIl theof
faimtolia Il of final WaVmtlnml 1 1 bankers there therebait thereexample there1ta
1ta bait 1 paver be t a striking example exampleof j jof
ot of of lie tte hrtenta liIt II Hlnce eec between the the mar marheta JIIIIJket8 mankets
heta el f the New and the dMtON GW World WorldThe WOIIIIThe WorldThe
The decline began abroad There wasell was waa1larnrict wasrep
ell 1larnrict rsntrt report rt from Berlin represent representfanjithe representIIIIIabe representithe
fanjithe IIIIIabe market there as badly demoralised demmc demorallsedwith i irItIJ I Iwith
with high money xatea forced ton liquidationand liquidation liquidationand liquidationDCI
and DCI a rulier r1111 r panicky feeLng t Lng prevailing prevailingand prtVaJUngand prevailingadd
and several large Ia sales orders were vent ventto lientto sentto
to London for Mention utlon nLood08 London bad badopened badopenec1 hadopened
opened rather and but began bepntfll selling sellingfor sellingAip3
Aip3 for n own account almost almostof ttWIJII almostof
tWIJII l of ofPIe the thethe R Rr
the thelamer PIeia
ia lamer sfMfrpq na jaKTc was s a weak weaktn4 waJrt weakap1
tn4 t feerdteinag f evggtab apertBt in Wow v York YorkSale YorkSa Yorkftales
Sale for foreign aoCeunts c < rantB t8 were in bat batexecuted torn turnexecuted tornexecuted
executed by tnternatlonul houaes h U8fJS ses ra In the thefour thefour thefour
four hours trading here It was as esti estimated aUmated anti antimated ¬
mated that in the c course rse 0 o the the day dayLondon fIaTLonclo dalV
London sold here h re about abouw t JMpaJftln oa oaLLv 0 0Thousaudll onace
V LLv w ace ce Thousands of s aVirni ates besIdee besIdeewere Reside Residewere es es14i
were sale 14i for the account t of continental outinentalcenters continentalcenters dDhtmentalcetens
centers of soos y New York holders holderssome hoid holderssome rs rsof
some of i tana sips from rose aJarm others othe from fromneeeaatty fromnee fromneoe4ty
neeeaatty nee lMy tihrew threw stocks overboard so that thatthere thattbMe thatthere
there > waa as a wad d scramble to sell when whenthe wbelltM whenthe
the gong song G BOunded An hour and a halfInter half haUlater halflater
later there was a depreciation in market marketvalues marketvaIue8 marketvnluea
values to the amount of about abouti S8M9MH S8M9MHin
in i the seventy railroads and industrials industrialswhich IhdWlMaIBwtdch itduedriabswldch
which prior to the opening of tdeelfned the market markethad markethsd
had declined about Sl9Wdl8WO a from r theMfrh the thehigh thehIP
high point of last year yearTrader yearTrailer yeartraders
Trader Fear a Panic IaalcOn 1 1On
On the door of the stock exchange In hithis IntI inthis
this mornings < s session there was all the thetnccJtemeat Uteadteateat theexcitement
excitement that ordinarily only accom aecGIIIpuaka actwsnpsgdes 1 1pantee
pantee a panic Score Se of brokers would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take orders only for execution at the themarket th4saartret thetswrket
market and the rash to ell stocks at atwhatever atp atwhatever
whatever price brought about sharp van varsadoaa variadons vanadGaa
adons between sale sales Reading for forInstance forInstance
1 Instance dropped from 114 to 11212 m ii 1 1IacIe on aadmgIe a asingle
single transaction of but 1CM share shareThere shatter sbafttbere shatterThere
There was u no support te prices sellerswvdre sellers sellerswee eel1erseJDlntdy
wee seemingly Intent only on securing securingaomeUring ecurlqtbIIIc securingstomethlss
aomeUring tbIIIc for their eecuntticsit securtdufr It t ap apparently ap apsnatt appsuestsiy ¬
parently mattered snatt red little what wIIataDd and syste systeHHUfe systeIe systeIIatic
HHUfe bvsinesB appeared a to give way to toeonfnafon tocOrtoa tonatuslisn
natuslisnThere cOrtoa cOrtoafJIeIe eonfnafon eonfnafonTitan
Titan were ere transactions itt l nearly 1 1QNjWI 1 1res 1td11
QNjWI td11 shares res ta this mornings session sessionoat sessionoat sessionout
oat of a total of about 1310W J for the theday thed thedais
day ad by noon or half an hour later latermoat latertile latermost
moat of the stocks had struck new low lowleveia lowsass
leveia 1 sass for the day for the present bearifo bear bearmovement DerI
movement I ifo + rmeat l1t which began in December and andla andI
la I score of instances for the past six sixyears axyears sixyears
yearsTbe yearsThe years yearsThe
The 1BH stock aocb which were believed believedto
to hM pasted adversity a yenlty were again theIeiaders the theleaden
leaden Great Northern Northern which wld had haddosed hadcIo8e4 hadclosed
dosed the previous p fIoua day at INK INKdown 15 was WiISdewa wasdown
down to t > D M8H U points off The ore cer certificates certJtcateil certiAtstes ¬
tificates showed a loss of 9 and were weresefflng wereat wereseI1ng
sefflng at 53 5 Sf Northern Pacific was et otl1
137 11 points below the previous days dayscleains daylSaD4 daysctedng
cleains and a price far antedating < the thepanic thepule thepanic
panic which operations In it produced in inMB InUDIoa InUnion
MB MBUnion
Union Pactnc which hi the end showed showedthe showritile showedthe
the greatest loss of the day among theloading the theleading
leading 1 stocks was down some 8 points pointsand pointad pointsaid
and Reading always a wide variant vasiantlied vasiantliedfallen d dfaUeta had hadfallen
fallen to 112 11 or L3 11 12Si points below theprevloss the theprevfom theplevto
prevfom closing elomD Copper struck ruck W 97 fiT Tic a adedta tdecIIIM addlae
dedta decIIIM of T PM > x t points Anaconda sold at at1M at6t
64 1M Mi S points off Smelters was at I36y4 I36y4eg 138 138oK J11114 J11114oil
oK 614 t 3 Sugar ar at US down C pointsNorthwestern points pointsNorthwestern pointsN
N Northwestern had broken 7 iIi > 4 points St StPaul St StPaul StPaul
Paul 1 1 Delaware and Hudson 8 P4 V 4 South Southam SOutherll Southera
am Pacific Paci c 5K and nd there were so many manyother maRYoUler manyother
other rues declines of I 4 4 or 5 points as a to tooomprla toCIOIItJIIt tocompiles
compiles the majority of the stocks stocksdealt stocksdealt l ldt
dealt m ID la
Prices Unlly RaIl Then itCII Pall FallTberb PallThere FullThera
There was some 110ft profittaking < tat the thelatter the1atlM thelatter
latter part of the noon hour and more moreaeeontpKnled IftONby moreaecontpanled
aeeontpKnled by considerable speculative speculativebuyhiff petuJatiTet speculativebuylp
buyhiff t and d some little investment Investmenti buy buying buylag ¬
lag i m lite Ow hour and a half foUowms following 1o 1 1o
o < etoeM 1IIi Prices rallied in some cases cuestr as asmneh asmock
mock as a from 3 to i points I Then to tothe bIthe Inthe
the last half boar there was another anotherselling auotJiersam anotherselling
selling selling stampede sam which carried some of ofthe ortile ofthe
the standard shares shares y > low points for the theday theothen thedaiyy
day and other to Ague closely ap appraodiacttng apttng appeexpsattng
praodiacttng ttng the low JowMarU marks of the mornIas morn mornlac JIIOrJIIII
lac In this mat hag hour also there therewas therea therewas
was a repetition ot the mornings ac actbity ACand netyrity
tbity and exciteuasiLcery excitement excitement3s ex tf Mftt Mfttrery
3s rery > > cery ery broker ana every ery banker on theatleet the thestreet Uteswet
street had ears wide wW open Optnor for news of theZ the thef
f Oars which wlUch so most of them thought thoughtif thoutbtOOTIYUB thoughtoIXTIf
if u Small Smn1 A C Sons Son Florist FloristWashington FloristWshi FloristsWoahingioa
Washington Wshi and New New York YorkUressed York11reased Yorki
Uressed i tcssed palings 52 per 100v 100
For the District of Columbia CohlrlbiaMaryland ColumbiaMaryland ColumbiaIarand
Maryland Iarand and Virginia Vir iP iPers iniaShaw Show Showers ho hocrs ¬
ers fits ijjjis tp s morning morning followed foUowedby foUowedbycleari b bdeari by byclearing
clearing cleari > Rg and colder Tomorrow Tomorrowfair Tomorrowfair TQmorrowfair
fair fresh to brisk shifting shiftingwinds shiftingwinds
winds becoming westerly westerlyHERALD westerlyHERALD westerlyHERALD
1Stock Market Near Panic Panic1Olrl PanJc1Glrl Paulo1Girl
1Olrl Hurt by Fall 1allat at Dowies BIer BIer1uBDIIs Bier1Boss
1 1uBDIIs Boss Ruef Rue to Remain a Priaaaec Priaaaec1Japanpse P1IMaAerITa Prbamr1Japaneeae
1Japanpse ITa Admitted to School School3Jana 5cbooJaIJ SchooliJena
3Jana IJ Death List hi 1366Mrs 118 118JMrs nIIra
Ira Sages Sap ages Gift AixpWned2Reward ExplaIned BxpteinedReward ExplaInedSRewam
SRewam Reward Offered for Kldnapfkers KldnapfkersS KktnaPICSIDeIInU KldnapparsitDorms
S IDeIInU Deteuts and Jerome SPAr4NtnS Spar Spar4News Spar4News
4News of Maryland aDd VirgIsdRLOCAL Virginia 1 1LOOA
LOCAL LOCAL1Ralitssd LOOA 16 161RaJIft
1 1RaJIft Railraad IMI Conference at Whit Wilt Hanas HanaslPresWent H HStaIlUileu HaSN1President
lPresWent Summon Illinois IHIDotsHer Governor GovernorS Govezpr3Hernysna
S 3Hernysna Her Hermann Case Witness Wltn Bxevsed Rxceed8schooltecbertJ JIxWIIedSch
2 Sch 8schooltecbertJ Schoolteacher tescher ulHJer Under eC Fir Fire FireSeDat PiesSenathr
2 Senator Foraker Alter AtterTatt Taft IWt4Preahlent Taft4Present
4Preahlent 4 4Present t Ifeedhan Likes Likes4Flow TaMpj
4Flow 4 4 Piow y Show InauajHcated InauajHcatedSP lJwI8IIratedS
S = SP P cinV c Fleet Is ReorgaahMd ReorgaahMdS R RIEvan Raetgtt sSd sSd1Evant
S IEvan van Increases Art Gift GiftMoney GiftM GiftMiney
Strilcu Strn Situation Ominous and Mar Marinl Ma Maiinl 3lart >
iinl inl Law May In Be Declared DeclaredLoteville Decnrcdtsvtlle Declaredisviile
Loteville tsvtlle Ky March 13 13The The street streethray etreety
hray y strike situation is ominous to tot teht toght
ht t While it has not finished it Iq efforts ef effort effOlU ¬
fort forts it is understood the business mens menscommittee JMDscommittee menscommittee
committee seeking eeeld to bring about arbitra arbitration arbItrtlen arbitraties ¬
ties has ba struck a snag in the absolute absoluterefusal abloluterefu absoluterefusal
refusal of the street treet railway management managementto maD meat meatto
to treat at all if the recognition of the thenewlyformed theaewlyformed thenewlyformed
newlyformed unkm is to be inatated on onWhile onWIllie onWhile
While KB extra policemen wilt 11t be sworn swornhi swornIn wom womIn
In tomorrow morning momt it te believed thelawlessness the thelawlessness tbe1aw
lawlessness 1aw of the striking strIki g element will willbe ritbe willbe
be still beyond the control of the police policeand policeand polkaand
and martial law is a possibility hi the thenear thenear thedear
near future futureIn futureIn futuren
In n one of the most serious of several severalriots Mlyeranota severalriots
riots today Chief Gunther and 1M po poUcemen po poISeentea poiicemsa
Ucemen guarding strike breakers just justarriraiVjFtre juatan1 justarri
arriraiVjFtre an1 attaojkad Some cars were wererun werenIB wererun
run hot Mob hadl had tilts ie motormen behind behinda
a wire screen with JbUr or five bluecoats Muecoatsaboard bluecoataaboIUd bluecoatsaboard
aboard aboIUdTO aboardTO aboardTO
Oliio Penitentiary Antliorltics Will WillIfxiieriincnt Will1laperimcnt UI UI1tQled
Ifxiieriincnt 1tQled ucnt Next Month aiontliapeckl Jlontbpecial Months
apeckl s I Jmlr Shr w 1Zr hiagtBe Meala lianidtolumebus MealaCoiuntbus HeIaIdCoIUJIIbus
Coiuntbus Omo March 1IPrepara UPreparatioss H 1IPreparau Prepara PreparaUons
Uons are being beats avade at the Ohio peniteji penitejitiafry peDS peDStWr7 n ntty
tty here to test the theory that the thehuman OlehURID thehuman
human soul can be weighed e1bed Massachu Mastscchuaetts Massachusetts Meh1lus ¬
setts us physicians have declared that their theirexperiments tIiIeI1experimeat8 theirexperimenta
experiments covering a period of six sixyears Xhave sixyeas
years have shown that the human soul tIOU1baa soulhas soulhas
has weight etcht and scientist and doctors doctorshave doctorabas doctorshave
have prevailed vAned upon the penitentiary tlary om omcials olft olftc 0thdais
dais c ls p put the theory to a teat Theypurpose They Theypurpose Theypurpose
purpose to use Dr Oliver Haugh Hau h of Day Daytun DaytJn Dayton
ton who murdered mw red his father mother and andbrother andbrother
brother for the e test He win be electro electrocuted electrocuted electrocuted ¬
cuted nest month and his body will be beweighed bewefPed beweighed
weighed just before execution execu Hon and imme immediately tmntediately > ¬ I
diately after afterInglied i iInvited I
Invited IJl ited to Qeaferenoe Qoafore e on Railway RailwaySituation RailwaySitliltion RailwaySituation
Situation SituationUniformity SitliltionUntformity SituationUntformity
Untformity in State and National NationalLerislatian NationalLcgislatien ntlonaILOJislatien
Lerislatian Object of f the Meet Meeting Meeting le6t le6tlng ¬
ing According to Rumor RumorSpringfield RtnuorUL RuruomSpringAeld
Springfield QL March UGov Deneea Deneeawill Denee1wiD Ie neea neeawill
will go to toWrT WashI Washtegtan IIN tomorrow for a aconference aCODtenmee aconfer
conference confer with President Booaevett at atthe attile atthe
the bitters latte latteToday request requestToday retfuestToday
Today the governor goys tor reoeftpd re oeI sd a mes message messe seessage ¬
sage se from the President l t asking him to tocome 10come tocane
come to Washington WashingtonGov Wubt WubtGov WashingtonGov
Gov Deneen declined tonight ht to make makeany makesny e eany
any statement regarding re his proposed proposedvisit dvisit proposedvisit
visit to the President nor would be statethe state statethe 8tatethe
the purpose on which the President de desires deslrea desires ¬
sires to consult with himI him himIn blmIa
In I the current gossip P about t the gover governors 5OverJIOIs governors ¬
nors JIOIs visit to the President it was said aaidthat Ithat saidthat
that the President wishes to commit with withthe withthe withthe
the governor with regard t to railroad railroadlegislation raf1roadIt railroadrdatioa
legislation legislationIt
It was also said but without definite definiteauthority deftDlteauthority deflniteauthority
authority being given that the President Presidentis Presl t tIs
is inviting to Washington Waeht Oft the governors governorsof governotsof governof
of all the States to consult with ith them themregarding themresardlnc the thereprding
regarding a plan of railroad legislation legislationto
to be uniform in all the States and inline in inline inline
line tfth Federal legislation on the same samesubject AIDelSubje samesubject
subject subjectA t tA
A rumor was current but night that tbattIIe tbattIIePresl the HiePresident thePresident
President has invited to t Washington the thegovernors tbegoVenlOl1l thegovernors
governors of every State before whose whoselegislature wlloMlftPIIIature whoselegislature
legislature legislation Ieg relating to the regu regulation IffUIaUea reguladen ¬
laden of raliroed rates hi pending peDd pendingThis i iThto
This rumor could not toe officially con confirmed conftnne4I conmed ¬
firmed med but the understanding is that the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President desires d to find out from the thegovernors theernoq thegovernors
governors ernoq of the various States what bat the thestatusvof thestat thestatus
statusvof stat status ol the railroad rate legislation l slatlon is isand Js Jsand Isand
and also to find out if in the opinion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the governors v rnora the legislation lect latlon will have havethe havethe havethe
the effect of creating a luck of confidence confidenceon
on the part of the public in interestbear interestbearing interestbear1fti interestbearlag ¬
lag Ine investmentBOMB investment tmeaL tmeaLBOMB i iBOMB
BxploNivcK Found in Rooms of RUM Rnxi RUMMIRn Rn Rnsian
MIRn i u S indents nt KhnrkoffIt Khnrkoff KhnrkoffKharkoA lhnrkoffICbarkO
KharkoA It < March 13 13Reeetvl 13Receiving Receiving a tip tipthat Upthat tipthat
that a number of students had concealedbombs concealed concealedbombs coneealedbornbll
bombs high explosives and incendiary incendiaryliterature incendiaryliterature Incendiaryliterature
literature In their lodgings kHt lngs today the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police raided the place and captured a anumber uaumber anumber
number of the offender While they theywere theywere theywere
were carting away the explosive explo lvM a bomb bombwas bombWIUI bombwas
was exploded and six policemen were werekilled Wert Wertkilled werekilled
killed It Is not known If one of the at students atudents atdents ¬
dents tossed the bomb or if one of theollicers the theoftcers theomeen
oftcers dropped It ItLightning It ItLightning ItLightning
Lightning Demolishes Residence ResidenceDover ReIldenceDover ResidenceDover
Dover Del March IS DWith With the ground groundcovered sroulldcovered groundcovered
covered with a heavy mantle of snow a aterrific aterriftc aterrific
terrific thunder storm swept K over Dela Delaware Delaware Daisware ¬
ware today and at 34 341 oclock lightning lightningstruck lightningstruck tDl tDlMruck
struck and demolished the residence r ce of ofNelson ofNel80n ofNelson
Nelson Slaughter of Jones Neck eck leaving leavingonly llravilllDBIJ leaving leavingonly
only the room which the family was occapyldg oc occupying oceup1oc ¬
cupying None of the family was injured injuredVandyke InjuredYnnclJJe InjuredVandyke
Vandyke Not ot to Quit Princeton PrincetonPrinceton PrincctonPriDceton PrincetonPrinceton
Princeton W J March JII nh 13A11 te happi happlin happiness happiness ¬
ness in Princeton at the announcement announcementthat announcementthat announcementthat
that Rev Dr Henry H ry Vandyke Murray Hurrayprofessor Murrayprof Murrayprofessor
prof professor r of o English literature has de dechfcd de decided deckled
chfcd to withdraw bus reajgnation n tion from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the faculty of the only university y The trus trustees trutees trustees ¬
tees of the university will meet tomorrow tomorrowand toIIIOIIOWmd tomorrowand
and will In all Drobability blDty issue a set of ofresolutions ofrMOIuttona ofresoiutons
resolutions thanking thanktltSDr Dr Vandyke for his hteaction hisacUon hisaction
action in reconsidering reconsideringA
A In Carte CtM Lunch Served Daily DnllYAt
At Ecksteins from f frwnJ2 J2 J to 3 1412 li1 N N Y ave aveLlbbcy aveLIbbey aveLibbey
LIbbey cis Co 6th and N Y ave 2vei
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h A i J
Cabinet Members Aid Presi President President President ¬
dent in Railway Situation SituationSTATEMENT SituationSTAT SituationSTATEMENT
Country to Be Informed of Admixln Admixlntratlou Atllaltttratloll Admialrtration
tratlou Views on Present lre ent Conditionand Condition Conditionand CondltJouanel
and Also on the Attitude Toward TowardWall TOWarvlWall rowarclVall
Wall Street Streeto Xo Date Una fur lie Been DetmIPIxecl BeenFixed en enFixed
Fixed for the Conference ConferenceA Conrereuolone
A long conference in regard to the nil nilway nUway railway
way situation was held in the sagaeutlyotgees anscutive anscutiveoflfeea v vCt8kM
oflfeea of the White House mat JUtIt evening eveningIt eveningIt
It was attended by President Boeeevelt BoeeeveltSecretary aeneltsCretary BoseeveltSecretary
Secretary of State Root Secretajvjr el < L UM UMTreasury 1MTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Cortelyou and Chairmaa ChaIr ChahmUand Xoaon Xoaonand
and 00 Commissioner Commla8Jonerx Lane of the ueutate ueutateCommerce SHamtat SHamtatCommerce if state stateCommerce
Commerce Commission CommissionThe Of OfThe CossualsrbqThe
i The mirpoee of the ossf eanCsaaaae J se I was to todetermine todetermine todetermine
determine what hat the ourae ef f the Presi President Pre8dentbouid Prtsident ¬
dent dentbouid should be in the Interview between betweenMr Nt NtKr betweenids
Mr Roosevelt eIt and the thelbo rartwad presWem pettseMLThe presWemThe
The lbo date for Sortite a a ta iiJiajiiaH pot been beennaed beeItit b4eatlaed
naed tlaed bait hf It Itsomo iiQ NMwRlrjbJI i iua pmef pmefoaM
somo oaM fine within wfthinern Msa Msaera
IM IMen 1ft 1ftIM >
era left Chicago for f r Washington a a4ay yester yesterday yestoeday ¬
day Before seeing President Hoosevdt Hoosevdttbe RoofJeveltthe Rueeweltthe
the railroad beads will have a meeting at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which they the will decide what they will say sayto sayto y yto
to Mr Roosevelt RooseveltConcerned Roo8eyeltCOlu RooseveltConcerned
Concerned COlu erlled Over Situation SituationPresident SltuntIenP SituatienPresident
President P t Roosevelt is apparently con concerned COIIcene4 concorned ¬
corned over the railway and tnaaaoialdhmtoa financial financialattuatfcw ftDaDoIaI8Itattea
attuatfcw attuatfcwIt 8ItatteaIt
It wa wu admitted at the White U Ulast Howe Howelast Houselast
last night that a conference which be beheld bebeId heheld
held yesterday with six members of DCOabblet his hisCabinet hist
t Cabinet xxbtnet was for the purpose pur of devising devisingway deYWDcr devisingve
way ve and means mea of meeting the present presentJnaacial pressatsituatiat t t8ItualloA
r Jnaacial situation a an far aa it was to the thepower Utepower thepower
power of the government to do so and andalso aDdal andalso
also o to discuss what action should be betaken betake betaken
taken by him in response to tbe tbethat request requestthat requestthat
that will be made by the four railroad railroadpresidents racadpreaddents railroadpresidents
presidents who are to see him soon O n that thathe thathe thathe
he issue a reassuring statement 8tat t to the thecountry tMcountry thecountry
country hi regard to the administrations admlnl8tratlosatttt1lde adminbtratonsattitude administrationsattitude
attitude toward railroad corporations corporationsThe CMILrhe cot perntlo a aThe
The President it was said will prob probably nbably probably ¬
ably make a statement concerning eGncenlJ coneer ntv the thefinancial theftnanctal theduancial
financial uncertainty Secretary if f the theTreasury tlMTrea8ury theTreasury
Treasury Cortelyou aw him twice yesterday yes yesterday 7fttentay ¬
terday and their final interview mated mateduntil IMtedunUl lasteduntil
until very 1a late lat last night nightJust ntJust nightJust
Just before his luncheon l boor yester yesterday 7 yesterday r rday ¬
day the President had a a consultation WIth wtthSecretaries WIthSecretaries withSecretaries
Secretaries Taft Cortelyou Metcalf MetcalfStraus kaIfStraus MetcalfStraus
Straus and GarfieM or ekS and Attorney Gen General General ¬
eral Bonaparte BonaparteLater BoeaaJarteLater BonaparteLater
Later he saw James Speyer SIteY < the New NewYork N NYork NewYork
York banker bankerWILL baDkerWILL beakerWILL
1 1Secretary
Secretary Cortelyou Gives Rnnlcs RnnlcsAdditional llnnkAlIdfHoRRI BarelyeAdditional
Additional Time to Repay HCllt Loans LoansThe IoanlTile IoansThe
The panicky lRi < ky condition In Wall street streetyesterday streetyesterday streetyesterday
yesterday was not ignored at the Treasury TreasuryDepartment T TDepartment TreasuryDepartment
Department Shortly before 1 oclock See Secretary Seeretary Seerotary ¬
retary Cortelyou went over to the White WhiteHouse WblteHouse WhiteHouse
House and consulted with the Presidentabout President Presidentabout Presidentabout
about the financial conditions condit in New NewYork NewYark NewYork
York Yark and after the close of the se market rket a abrief abrier abrief
brief statement t was given out from Mr MrCortelyous MrCortelyous MrCortelyoue
Cortelyous omce Mee as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The Secretary of the Treasury an announced announced announced ¬
nounced this afternoon that it ic not his hisIntention hisIntentl hisIntention
Intention n to fix ftXt at t present a date upon uponwhich uponwhich i
which the > thirty t Irt millions additional additionalporit < e eposts
posts placed with existing exl depositary depositarybanks deJMtarybaakaf depositarybanks
banks secured by State municipal and andrailroad Andrallr0e4 andrailroad
railroad bonds under the terms ter of the thepress theptC8a theprow
press announcement of September 37 r IMS IMSshall 1 1sbalt 15OCshall
shall be returned to the Treasury TreasuryIt
It is likely that a further step will be betaken betaker betaken
taken by the Treasury administration to torelieve to11f torelieve
relieve 11f th the situation in New York In Incast latbe Incase
cast the conditions should continue COI lnue bad badtoday ba4tcdy badtcdry
today tcdyNO todayUO
Pears Expressed xrcsseel That Ilhortc Island IslandLegislature Inu1I IslandLegislature
I Legislature Will in Fail to IClect IClectProvidence JIIleetProTkIeDeeR IilectProvidence
Providence ProTkIeDeeR R I 1 March liWlth onlyeighteen only onlyeighteen 0017etpteen
eighteen days of the legislative session sessionremaining HUlonremaiDIa sessionremaintns
remaining there Is no chance whatever wtaatev hatever In tothe Intbe Inthe
the Senatorial deadlock Prediction Predictionthat one Predictionsthat onethat
that the assembly will be obliged to ad adjourn adJourn adjourn ¬
journ without electing electl S a a successor ncce8 succeec to toWatmore toWetmore toWetmore
Wetmore are being made by b ntembc members re of ofboth eroUt ofpoth
both factions Republican leaders are arebecoming arebeconaIDt arebecoming
becoming anxious uxi us fo f fegtley they believe that thata thatae
a ae failure to elect a Senator will remit remitin reau1tIn resultIn
in a Democratic DfllII Dei eratIC deratic majority majorUJnthO majorUJnthObly in ttaovaasem ttaovaasembly the assem assembiy
bly next fail The thirtysixth ballot wa wataken wu wutaken wastaken
taken today as follows followsCoL follo folloCol followsCol
CoL Goddard led with 40 40 Colt had k d S7 S7Wetmore 11Wetmore 7 7Wetmore
Wetmore 29 and Utter Utt r L 1Zolton LZoltou LZolton
Zolton Doclmif Not to WedBerItn Wed AVedBerlin Ved VedBerti
Berlin Berti March JJZolton 13 Zolton Deehme for tormer Grmer former
mer husband of Nordics the Inger Who Whogot Whogot whogot
got a divorce from him Is in Munich V1I feh at atpresent atpreeeat atpresent
present He ha has authorized the tileJlieh MJU MJUmeh u unick
nick newspapers to deny a story from fromNew fl frontNew m mNew
New York to the effect that he Is en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged to marry Geraldine Farrar FarrarAlabama FarrarAlabama FarrarAlabama
Alabama flooring mostly edgegraln cdgegralnI
= 2
Horace G McDowell of Canton CantonOhio OantonOhio CantonOhio
Ohio Shoots Himself IimeclfCanton lIhufiOJlCutOJl HimselfCanton
Canton Canton Ohio Oblo March J1Horace 13 Horace G Me MeDqweB Xewe8 McDoweN
DqweB president nt of tile Farmers J Bankat wet Bank Sukof
at Castes ea Ohio shot and killed Kmaett Kmaettat klU8ltat kmsslfat
at hia pia country country home five mile ml north of ofthte oftbt8 ofthis
this city this morning Be e we was known knownthroughout bIG bIGt knowntbteehout
throughout t t Ohio > as a breeder m etdftf ni abd boyer boyerof buyerof I Iot
of hif highelan hctea sheep sheepMr lIIteepMr sheepMr
Mr McDowell has been sobering from iiwnan 1 1SII fromas
an attack of the grip Aaid Aside from this thisailment thteailment tJdaa11ment
ailment there te I not at twit nee any anyknown Allknown anyknown
known Cue for the suicide except that it itte Itfa itIs
te said Id Mr McDowell may have had some somepersonal a aJe1llODiA1 sousepersonal
personal financial matter worrying him himIt hiJDIt himIt
It te not thought th the bank bit of which he hete 1MplMldent heIs
te president te Involved InvolvedThe IGvoJvedne InvolvedThe
The Farmers Bank closed to the public publictoday IIcto4a publictoday
today to4a A card on the door doorh1ftk read This Thtebank Thisbank
bank is I closed on account of the death deadIof deathof deathOf
Of H G McDowell president presidentPUNCTUATE pre8ldeBtPUNCTUATE presidentPUNCTUATE
White llItC Hotise Almost lJtto t I Loses o e IPnel for forWant fornnt forRant
Want nnt nf Comma CommaA CommatUldty
A fugitive comma nearly deprived the theWhite tIMWIdte theWhite
White House of its usual 081 supply 7 of coal coalfor coalfor coalfor
for next winter Fortunately Ha absencewas absence absencewas abMDcewas
was discovered bj b bpg a watchful clerk clerk aDd aadPresident aDdPnsldent addPresident
President Roosevelt Roo velt will not be com compelled COlDpellecl compelled ¬
pelled to purchase pu hlt with his h personal funds fundstbe t ttbe fundsthe
tbe fuel wi necessary n ry to heat and light the theExecutive theecutlvexmiot theExecutive
Executive ecutlvexmiot Mansion Mai ioti The money for forACb forACbfUIPOIIe each eachptmrpoe ach achpurpose
purpose la carried CJTItJII in I the au auiatry ry civil ctvBQol civiltJ ap apprpridtaan
prpridtaan bth tad triter 1 M MCoal tJ tJIU4
Coal for the Executive Executivepeea Executite Mansiongreeahmes Mansion MansiongreenhMBMs
greenhMBMs peea and < stables f7 f7Somewhere fl8ormewtaere 1600 1600Somewhere
Somewhere on the way ay from the House Houseto
to tbe Senate the first nr t comma got lost lostfor lostfor
for when the bill reached the latter body bodyafter bodyafter bodyafter
after being bel reprinted the money was ap appropriated ap appropriated appropriated ¬
propriated for the the Executive Mansiongreenhouses Mansion Mansiongreenhouses MansionnholJaea
greenhouses nholJaea and stables The missing missingpunctuation miulnpunctuation missingpunctuation <
punctuation wa was replaced in conference conferenceTO conferencelfJEF conferenceBF
San Piuci Fra Frucisoo cisoo goo Boss Boe Ordered Into IntoCustody 11itj IIZ > o oGnNtody
Custody When Trial Opens OpensWork Opensork OpensWork
Work ork of Impaneling Im anclln a Jury Jur Will WillBegin WillBegin 111 111DCb1n
Begin on Monday JhmdnYiUaor SInyor Sohmitz SohmitzGefc SoJuuUzGetJ4 SoiunitzGets
Gets n Delay DelaySan Deln DelnSan De1aSan
San Francisco March IX 1IBtwII Boas Ruef Ruefapite Rue Raaefspite L LIIPite
spite of the efforts e ort of his counsel to ae encure aeeore
cure delay wa wu brought to trial today todayfor todayfor todayfor
for extortion Veniremen were Urawa Urawaand drawRand twaand
and on Monday MODda tbe work of impaneling impanelinga
a Jury will begin beginThe best bestThe beginThe
The blow which Reef felt moat of all alland alla alland
and a against which 1 his counsel made the themost themost
most vigorous fight came when he was wasordered wasordered
ordered into to the custody of Eliaor Deggy Deggyfor Ueggyfor
for the remainder of the trial This Thismake Thismaka Thismakes
make him a prisoner until he to acquitted acquittedor
or convicted convictedIn convictedIn
In the meanwhile Mayor Sehmlts must mustwait matwatt mustwait
wait for a hearing as hi his case wa wu post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned for a week wileD When court opened openedthis 0JeJIedthb openedthis
this morning < Attorney Honey filed ft ed silt affidavits amcia siltdavits ¬
davits cia vita contradicting and denying mattersalleged matters mattersalleged matteraJ1eCed
alleged on the aSMavita vtta of prejudice sub submitted submitted submitted
mitted by Rusts attorney Ach yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayAch
Ach insisted on making < specific objections objec objection ¬
tion Uona to these section by section but buteach buteach buteach
each point wa was overruled by the court as assoon assows
soon as framed This brought t the de defense de defeue defense ¬
fense face to fac face with the questions of ofa ofJlII7 ofa
a juryRepeatedly Jury JuryRepeatedly
Repeatedly Iy Ach and ShortrWge Sbortrld e attempt attempted ¬
ed to evade the direct Jaue issue but Judge JudgeDonne Jud JudgeDune e eDan
Dune Dan ordered d the drawing < to proceed proceedRuef proceedRue proceedRued
Rue was badly worried when the theJudge thejud thefudge
Judge jud ruled that be must remain incharge in incharge Ineham
charge of Deggy during drin his trial trialThis trialThIs trialThis
This means that Deggy D t7 Burns or one oneof oneoC oneof
of Burn detectives detectiv will always be with withhim withhi withhim
him hi He isnt trusted even when asleep
for Heney HelM declares he will take no nochance noOMaaoel nochances
chance with so slippery a prisoner prisonerThis plUunrThisPaper prisonerThis
This ThisPaper Paper Offers No Prizes PrizesTbe Pri PriThe PrizesThe
The Washington Herald has hasbut hilsbut hasbut
but one name uan It is The Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington lD < Herald every day In the theweek tbeweek themeek
week Sunday included This Thisnewspaper ThisDeW1Ipper Thisnewapaper
newspaper te offering no gift gifts inconnection in inconnection IncoD1leCtJon
coD1leCtJon connection with subacriptipne to toits toIta toIts
its daily or Us It Sunday S1lacte7 S1lacte7It SundryIt 1RM 1RMIt
It is engaging e in mM mMIIebeBIea no i isrbemes preninh preninhschemes >
schemes of any sort ha baa had hadno hadDO hadno
no connection with any sOch sbchBeMiDetJ s sOchaehf eh ehsehenes
BeMiDetJ aehf ne from its first issue 18MU and andwfll andwtII andwftl
wfll have no connection with withany wltbaJI7 withally
any such schemes A newspaper newspaperhire nOW81lperlike newspaperlike
like The Washington ub Herald Heraldleu Heraldhas Herald Heraldhas
has no need of such schemes schemesO IIChel11esO schemesOn
O On Ha merit as a a newapapar it ithas itu Ithas
has u the th largest st morning rnlng circu circuladen Clr ctrcuiatioa U U1a
laden in Washington Y the thelargest theluat thelargest
largest by titous thousands skis gWd and it is isgrowing Isgr isgrowing
growing gr v1fng day dilyby by day dayReduced dayeReduced dayReduced
eReduced 6 Reduced to b50 250 per 100 100Qr
i c 1
Frisco School Board Re Readmits Readluits Readmits ¬
admits Japanese JapanesePESIDENT J JapaliesePRESIDENT apallese apallesePRESIDENT
Chief Bxccutivc Immediately TVotl TVotlfled Notifled otl otlfled
fled of HcKolHtioit Adopted l IIY r Gold Golden Golclen Golden ¬
en Gate Authoritlesjnnd 4uthorltlCSJ tuthorltler and AVI Will 111 11 Put PutInto PutInto > ut utInto
Into Infect at Onoe Provision I > of ofImmiKTatioii oflmmlJratioll ofInunigratlon
ImmiKTatioii Act of Congress COHKTCKWSan CJJI CongressSea rc H HSaD
San Francisco March H JI1D In aecoraaaee aecoraaaeewtth aceD acardasoewith rdr Dee Deewith
with itt promise to Provident p uUt Roosevelt Rooseveltthe lteoIrIektile Rooseveltthe
the board of education today paaaed aresolution a aresolution aJWOIadoD
resolution readmitting tU the 1a Japanese chill chOdbren cIdItires chilldreg
tires of Ihnited age to the primary ached acbdotof ec1lOolt achedof
of t San Francisco The board declared it itha Itbaa Ithas
ha baa kept faith with the Chief Executive Executiveand ExecutiveaDd Executiveand
and it i Is now waiting JUne to see whether he hewill hewiD hewill
will fulfill his part of the contract If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the large innnx of Japanese should con continue eGfttfDUe conthine ¬
tinue the board will ask an explanation explanationfrom explu1tttoatroaa explanationhost
from Washington Watbsstonlriisayor WashingtonMayor m mMqGJ
Mayor SchmiU WI was present at the UtMN t is meet meetmcj meetlag
mcj lag and there was w ao neafitesasdss aamiaMB of the theNjhy tMw tMP theMind
Mind Njhy a jpa aaii < h Is W 1sAatei 1sAateiIsgtoa n nmgum >
mgum P 8 Barter the chief clerk deUJ tounited to toUnited
United UJ ted State Stat District Attorney Devils Devlinalso Devllaal80 Devilsalso
also was w present t and aa the resolution noautblwas resolutionwas resolutionwas
was adopted he sent a telegram to Presi President PraIoJent Prusident ¬
dent Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooMtyeitThe RooseveltThe
The resolution adopted provides that if ifany Ifany ifany
any alien child chi seeking admission to the theprimary theprimary theprimary
primary schools shall be found deficient deficientin
in English Iab language such child shall be besent bent besent
sent nt to a separate school This omits the theword 1Mword theword
word Japanese from tile reaohtttea reaohttteawhich raoIadowhleb resolutionwhich
which sent nt Korean aDd Chinese chfldren chfldrento
to the Oriental school schoolPresident acboolIrcJlldcnt schoolIrcIdcnt
President to Act Today TodayriTa rodayT roda rodaPresldeDt
riTa < T President last night received a tel telegram tIeItIGID belesam ¬
egram from Lawrence F Walsh W W4e8t must prtaldent mustdent
dent of the board of education of San SanFraahnoo 9aaFraaahwo saaDftOWkl
Fraaahwo announcing aDftOWkl the passage uaan uaantaaonaly unanimously
taaonaly 7 by the board of a a resetotion resetotionwhich re8OhItIoIIwhIcb resotatbawhich
which toads the original t action of that thatbody thatIIody thatbody
body which barred Japanese J llnNe children childrenfrom ddIdreafrom childrentruss
from the white public schools of that thatcity thatett7 thatcity
city and proved so distasteful dl to the Jap Japanese Japaneee Japanese ¬
anese government governmentSteps governmentStepp oVemment oVemmentSteps
Steps will be taken today by the Presi President PreatdeDt President ¬
dent which win bring about a dismissal dismissalof ct diamlssaof 11I1 11I1of
of the case brought hi the Federal courts courtsm courtsIn courtsIn
m In behalf of the Japanese boy who ho was wasbarred wasbalrecl wasbarred
barred from the white hlte schools 8ChooITIle schoolsThe schoolsThe
The President win also sign an execu executive exeeutm executive ¬
tive order today putting putt into effect e ect the theprovision theprcn1sion theprovision
provision of 0 the immigration Im ttoD act of the therecent tlaereceat therecent
recent Congress which requites that all allJapanese aUTapaae nilJapanese
Japanese e coming into this country must musthave HUlStllave musthave
have passports passportsFRITZ paa portsFRITZ passportsFRITZ
Conductor of Philadelphia Orchestra OreheatraIll
Ill 11 for a Month MonthPhiladelphia MonthPhiladelphia lon111Philadelphia
Philadelphia March 13Frtts Scheel Scheelconductor Scheel ScheelCIOIItIuctor Scheelconductor
conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra Orchestrawett Orchestrawen Orchestrawell
wen known in America and Europe died diedin diedIn diedIn
in a private hospital here today after a amonths anao amonths
months nao tlf nines nines3lr mnea mneaMr Illnessb
3lr b Scheel suffered a mental and andpttyakl AndbreaJhlow andphysic
pttyakl physic iIbreakdown breakdown and wa w wan removed to toAtlantic toAtluL1c toAtlantic
Atlantic City tJ and bowed some improve hnproveem improvement improvement ¬
m ment eat when 1IeIt he was stricken with pneu pneumoota pneu11IOAIa pneumoals
moota He was then the removed to this thiscity t td17 thise1t7
city cityMr
Mr Mr Scheel was born in Germany on onNovember 011November onNovember
November i 1862 lea His father was an anorchestra anorehMtra anorchestra
orchestra director of o Lubeck and Frits 1rlsswan Fritswas Fritawas
was educated by his home city playing playingin playingin
in payment at municipal concert and andoperas andoperas andoperas
operas At the age of fifteen he was play playing playIn6 playlag ¬
lag in the Victoria Theater as soloist and andfirst andt andfirst
first t violin Later he was s kappehneister kappehneisterat
at Chemnitx ChemnitxIn ChemnitsIn
In 198 Mr Scheel came to the United UnitedStates UnitedStatftS UnitedStates
States to conduct an orchestra orebes at the theWorlds theor1d theWorlds
Worlds or1d Fair in Chicago and alter Alter some someexperiences omeexperle someexperiences
experiences experle came to Philadelphia where wherehe wherehe heN heNMtook
he Mtook took charge of the eore orchestra in IBW IBWside Wood Woodside Woodside
side Park After that he was made head beadof headof headof
of the Philadelphia Orchestra where he heworked lienNkcd heworker
worked hard and won much renown renownTALKS renownTALKS renownTALKS
Hysterical terlea Woman Cannot Stop Her HerrongneDics HerrongneDies
Tongrne rongneDics Dies of o IixhnnetionMcPherson Ifixhnnfttion IfixhnnfttionMcPherson Ib1anuIIionMcPherson
McPherson Nebr March M h 13 aAIra aAIraAmanda ILMrsAmanda Mrs MrsAmanda
Amanda Hill wife of Morris Hill tII a aranchman IfIIUJChman araaehnian
ranchman living Itri in this county died sev seveml 80 80eral soveenl
eml days ago under peculiar dream circumstances clrcum8tance8 dreamstances ¬
stances according acconSln to advices received receivedhere receivedere receivedhere
here hereMrs
Mrs Mna Hill literally talked and sang her herself herself herself ¬
self to death She had been an acute acutesufferer ACUtesuKerf acutesuiferfr
sufferer suKerf from t m a nervous affection Kecti tt for f T a anumber anvmtkr anumber
number of years Four days before her herdeath herdeath herdeath
death she began to talk and sing and andshe and31M andshe
she talked and sang almost constantly constantlyfrom eoIIManUrfrom constantlyfrom
from that time until completely exhausted ex exhausted exb ¬
hausted b UIIted Her talking sag singing 1 lnt were wereevidently w wereevidently e eevldcatJy
evidently of 0 a hysterical nature Dature nail aIMlvIItI she shewas shewas
was unable to cease either eitherI eitherPrngsnt j jFrnsrant
I Frnsrant rnrnnt Violets 41 2 Sir c n Bunch BunchAt DunCbIAt BunrhAt
IAt At Kramers the florist or W 11 F st st nw nwI ItWThe nwThe
I The Banking Dept of Union Trust Co
1414 F Et est t invites banking business of ev every lIVery orony ¬
ery e8crlptlonIMQa description pay Interest on all ac accounts laC laC00UIIts nocounts ¬
counts Deposits subject to check checkLibbey checkLibbey checkLibbey
Libbey Co 6th and N Y ave avec
Promises Proll ICIJ Support in Effort to Re Redeem ReclcCDl Redeem ¬
deem New York YorkPresident YorkPrWent YorkPresident
President Roosevelt promised yesterday yesterdayio
io fl everything in his power to bring bringabout bringt bringpout
about t a revival of religious rellgl U8 Interest t in in2w Infew inNew
2w few York Ho was visited I lted by a delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion tion representing re1Jre eatlD the Federation of ofChurches ofChtneh ofChprehes
Churches Chtneh consisting of Dr Aaron B At Atterbucy Att Attertiary
tertiary t < buq Dr Walter Laidtow L2t low and the Rev RevDr RovDr RevDr
Dr Donald Sage Mackey MackeyThe MackeyIM MackeyThe
The President was Informed that in inManhattan InMaallaUan inManhattan
Manhattan despite the great increase in inpopulation Inpulatlon inpeiputatbn
population pulatlon there are re three lose J es PretaaUint PretaaUintchurches ProtMtantallure Prototantchurches
churches allure than there were aix year yeah eara ago agobut agobut go goIMIt
but that the Cathojie churches have ve m mereatfed m mer hi hicrossed
crossed er to the number of six and theJewish the theJewish theJewI
Jewish synagogues to the number nUlllb r of fit fifteen tift fitt ¬
teen t Mr Boosevelte visitor expressed expressedtfcv expNlilHdtW expressedspubn
tfcv pinkm tftat what they declare is a amarked aed amarked
marked ed decline in rell religious ou interest in inHew inHew in1few
Hew York is I a serious menace to Ameri Ametlcan American AmerJeM ¬
can citiaensntp eItJle citi stp tp and the President agreed agreedwith asreedwtth agreedwith
with them themHe themHe themIle
He added that he should be glad d to do doanything dopouIble doanything
anything possible to assist t In a revival of ofInterest otMAY oftmtetet
Interest InterestMAY tmtetetMAY
Pope Pins Believe cIieCH Present Vatican VaticanTrooptt YutlennIroopK VaticanTroops
Troops nn Expensive Luxury JLuxuryItome IuxurylMDe LuxuryBeane
Itome March 13 uTbe The Popes desire deal to todispense todIIIpeoee todispense
dispense with the famous Noble Guard Guardla GuardIII GuardIs
la well known k His simple tastes and in incUnationa 1 1u indiaatlons
cUnationa u toward economy is bffended by bythe DYue bythe
the gorgeous pomp of the guard which whichaMwe wAlchoutlay whichaenw
aMwe an outlay of SolO 69M annually a for foruniforms torrera forumtforna
uniforms rera and awl salaries salariesA aJartnJIIOPOMl
A proposal is now being considered to toaaroand tothr todbbaad
aaroand th the historic body and rate raise an anhonorary anboIIonwy anhonorary
honorary on one to be recruited rult d from the thewhole tilewIIMe thewhole
whole world worldMaipr worldMIup worldMalty
Maipr aristocratic members of the guard guardhave IUfIYe guardhave
have Ye already t resigned owing to the thePope Utep thePope
Pope p cc attitude and a reduction in theirsalaries their theirsalaries tDelrtartea
salaries tartea and pensions pensionsMETCALF peAIIODIIMETCALF pensionsMETCALF
Secretary S = cretary Starts Start South on an In Inspection InIlecHon Inspection ¬
spection Trip TripSecretary TripSecretary TripSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Metcalt accuse accompanied aecompuled accusepasted ¬
pasted by Senator Flint of California Californiaand Calitoralid Californiaand
and Charles C Glover of this city left leftWashington 1 leftWashington tt ttWhwum
Washington last evening for Charleston CharkatonS nS
S C where they will board the United UnitedState UnltdState UnitedStates
State steamer Dolphin for a cruise of In Inapeetion 1ItII htsperEion
Oft to Porto Rico and Cube CubeThe CubeThe CubaThe
The Dolphin sailed led from Washington for forCharleston forCbarMtOft forCharleston
Charleston Tuesday with 1tb Senator Hale of ofMaine orXsdIIe ofMaine
Maine Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaFormer PenDQITaDIaFormer PennsylvaniaFormer
Former Senator 1Itor Carter of Montana a and andL andL
L 1 A Clark Clark private secretary to Mr MrMetcalf MrMetcalf MrMetcalf
Metcalf The party will 111 be gone about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree
three weeks weeksEECOED weelulRECORD weeksRECORD
Collection of Davis Davi S Wilson Ibon of ofIltlftbnrsv oflItbhurJ ofPlttabur
Iltlftbnrsv Plttabur > Auctioned < Auctioned Off OffPhiladelphia OffMarch OffFhlladetphta
Philadelphia March HThe first session sessionOf MtI8IeRet sessionof
Of the auction sale of rare coma twins collected collectedby collectedby Collectedby
by the hUe Davis S S Wilson WU of PUiabur PUiaburheld PttUburg PttUburgheld Plitaburgheld
held here today has proven to be the thelargest theday thetarga
targa largest t days day sale of dins corns ever held in inAmerica InAmerIca inAmerica
AmericaThe America AmericaThe AmerIcaThe
The net receipts JtII were UZ4H ua 111461 Fortysix Fortysixcomplete lorty Fortysixcomplete Ix Ixeomplete
complete aetssor tsof United States gold proof proofcoins proofcotns proofcoins
coins especially a1ly struck by the mint for forcollector forcoIlecton foroolhctors
collector coIlecton denominations ranging from U Uto 1 1to 1to
to V i0 netted over 98509 508 Record prices pricesprevailed pricesy pricesprevailed
prevailed y marking an advance in soldcoinss sold soldcoins d dcoins
coins of all denominations denomh ittons > Eighteen Eighteenearly El hteenealil Eighteenearly
early Jo gold old pieces brought aM3 aM3NAYALJfBAfrbEbETlLIN 13613G 013 013NffitBBftm
NffitBBftm NAYALJfBAfrbEbETlLIN G u1N 11 11Holduran SIGHT SIGHTHoaduran I GHT GHTHOBduran
Hoaduran Gunboats Start South uth to toMeet toMeet toMeet
Meet the Enemy EnemyLittle EnemyLittle EnemyI EnemyLittle
Little Craft Are Armed with Small SmallGnns SmnllGnns SmallGuns
Gnns and Manned l II by > y Amcr Amcrloan Amerloau Amcrloan
loan Gunner GunuerxPuerto GunnerPuerto CunneraPuerto
Puerto eon Honduras H d March 12 12With UItla ILWith
With Itla former fonMr American manownrg 1ftIUIewar men menan 11Ift1tOanI menen
an board a as stumers gmtsera the Honduran gun gunboat fjUAboat gunboat ¬
boat TatUMbia and the Mexican Me steamer steamerCHympta REJnerOI7mpla steamerOlympia
Olympia Iff loft t here today ostensibly boumi boumifor boumIfor boundfor
for TruJHIa The object of the cruise cruisecould cnd8ecould cruisecould
could not be ascertained aacertoinedThe ueertal ueertalThe ascertainedThe
The Mexican II exkaR vessel v is under charter charterto chart chartto
to the Honduras government and ha haseveral Au AuRYeral hasseveral
several small gun guts mounted on her deck deckOn deckOn deckOn
On both craft there arc large forces of ofarmed 0IJIDe4 oftermed
armed men menAmericans nsenAmericans
Americans were hired by the govern government tovemmeatto governmeat ¬
meat meatto toman to man the qufcknreiv Aa ofifcial ollicialdenial ofifcialdenial 061de1al
denial of the report that Americans have havebeen hit havebeen ve vebeen
been forced to serve e with the Honduras Hondurastroop HODduran11M Hondurantrooim
troop ha has been Issued IssuedWhat IssuedWhat issuedWhat
What is expected to be an important and anddecisive anddeel8lve anddecisive
decisive engagement eap ment between the Nfca Nfcaraguan NIaraaruan Nnaraause
raguan and Honduran armies ar ta expected expectedsoon expected880ft expectedsoon
soon The result may determine the finaloutcome final finaloutcome a1oucome
outcome of the whole struggle stru gIe The State StateDepartment StateDepart StateDepartment
Department Depart nt yesterday received veda a dispatch dispatchfrom l8patchfrom dispatchfrom
from Philip Brown seer secretary HCriULIT tart of the legation lega legation Ieptioo ¬
tion at Managua aa which said that the pre previous previous previous ¬
vious engagements meDta reported from time to totime totime totltne
time time have been affairs a < ain of minor im importance Importance hmportance ¬
portanceAccording portance portanceAccording portanceAcconll
According Acconll to recent advices the ob objective objecUvo objectlve ¬
jective of the Nicaragua army bag been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the capture of the city of Tegucigalpa TegucigalpaThe TeguciplpaThe TegucigalpaThe
The financial strain incident to the war waris warbeing warIs
is being severely felt by th the belligerent belligerentcountries beU belligerentcountries erent erentcouatrlea
countries and even those nations of Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral America which are not actively cttv l en engaged enp enga ¬
gaged p in the hostilities have been affected affectedby affectedby affectedby
by it itManagua It ItManagua
Managua ItXanafjU Nicaragua Nk u U March alCh IX ILThe ILTheAmerican The TheAmerican TheAmeriean
American steamer City of Pant having havingon
on board 1909 l rifles rl es destined for Ampaln AmpalnHonduras AmpalaHonduras mpakt mpaktHoDduraa
Honduras was w recently reoe tly overhauled by a aNicarasuan aNicar aNicaraguan
Nicaraguan uan gunboat which seised the tberifles therifles therides
rifles riflesThe ridesThe
The steamer was permitted to proceed proceedto
to her destination destinationMORGAN deednaUonMORGAN destinationMORGAN
Leave to Other Railroad Men Ien the theArjruinK tleHArJuln theArguing
Arguing with Rooaevclt RooaevcltNew RoocTeltNe RooaevcltNew
New Ne York March 1J 13 J Pterpont Jfor Jforgan 1101n Morgnu
gnu n sailed sail for Liverpool today on the theWhite tlMWblte theWhite
White Star Line Lln steamship Baltic bavin bavingone haYlnbone having havinggone
gone aboard last night n ht because of the thescheduled thecbeduled thescheduled
scheduled early hour for tbe vessels ea de departure de departure departure ¬
parture Mr Morgan goes on his annual annualspring AnnualIprjn annualspring
spring Iprjn trip abroad and may remain away awayseveral a awayseveral way wayseveral
several months monthsBefore m monthBefore ntlui ntluiBetore
Before sailing santn he declined to be inter interviewed Interviewed interviewed ¬
viewed on the subject of his mission to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington when he visited vl the Pre President Provident f fdent ¬
dent and arranged for a conference of ofleading ofJeadln ofheading
leading Jeadln railroad presidents vre ldents with the nations na nations natlons ¬
tions Executive ExecutiveChancellor ExecutlvcChancellor ExecutiveChancellor
Chancellor Von BuclOTV Seriously Ill 111Berlin IllBerlin IllBerlin
Berlin March 13 ISIt It was w reported this thisafternoon thisiterBOOn thisafternoon
afternoon that the condition of Chancel Chancellor ClNrncellor Chancelbr ¬
lor von Buelow who is at Rapallo an anItalian anItallaR anItalian
Italian resort near Genoa is I serious and andit andIt andit
it te feared fea fesre 1 the chancellor may net re reCount recover recover
Count Lnmadorfl Dying DyingSan DyIngSaA DyingSax
San Remo Italy March 13 ISoCount ISoCountlAu 13CountLsnssaorff Count CountLanadorff
lAu Lanadorff orff formerly Russian minister to toforeign toforeign toforeign
foreign affairs who has for or a long time timeb tlm tlmbeeR timebeen
b beeR en a sufferer from heart disease 8e and andother andother
other maladies is slid to be in a sinking sinkingcondition 1I111dngcondition sinkingcondition
condition conditionEstablished
Established 82L t Lumber
Victim of Locomot Loeomotpf oi Ataxia AtaxiaI Ata AtaxiaWalks ia ia1Valks
I Walks After the Bites BitesTEEtf Ri Ritesi tes tesTHEN
Young Womans Y01uansFeryi Fervid < Illusion llllusiollMaJ IllusionMay llluS it itMa3
May Result Fatally FatallyRachel Fatall FatallRaehe FatallyRachel
Rachel Fisher Tell Father I Can CanWnllc aannlk GnuWalk
Walk nlk and Then Iten Slips and Plunges PlanKcwForrrnrd PlungesForwardGladstone
Forrrnrd 1 ForwardGladstone Gladatone Dovrlc and andFaithful amiFaithful audFnlthlul
Faithful Deacon Qnnrrel at Side of ofProphets orf ofProphets
Prophets f Coflln CofflnZlonlsUl Coil nZionist Kionist ttfpoct ttfpoctDeceased BfPoctDeceased ItlcpoctDeceased
Deceased to Iliac noel Address Them ThemChicago ThemCJaIe ThemChicago
Chicago o March ML A serious aedaent aeeIIeatoccurred aeaddeatoccurred aedaentoccurred
occurred at SMMt douse in Zion CUr CItFday to today today ¬
day It resulted from the frenay af e eligions re religious re1It1ou ¬
ligious fervor attending att the throagh tJn thronging of ofstek ofClIck ofsick
ClIck and ailing person to the bflr 111 of Dr DrDowie DrDowie DrDowle
Dowie in the hope of being cured by bytouching Dytoueh bytouching
touching toueh the hem af hi Ids shroudRachel shroud shroudRachel shroudRacbel
Rachel FJsber a young weeaaa W08Iaa was waspainfully waspainfully waspalnfugy
painfully injured when she fell dews a > wa thestairway the thestairway thestall
stairway stall of the house ta a vain YIIAaio atiaaapt atiaaaptto attaansptto
to walk after Ift < kissing S the fringe of the tbeprophets theprophet theprophets
prophets coffinSuffering coffin cofflnSufCering co4DDSUreerlnS
Suffering from loeomotor ataxia tor toryears torYenl foryears
years she was carried into hit the romp reception ACIIPtlOft romplion ¬
lion room > where tile body la lay ta IaSIte attte attteShe elateShe
She was w supported at the side of the tfcecoffin thecoma i icotan
coffin while she painfully bent 1H her JIfIIIIIto JIfIIIIItothe Is HP to totbe tothe
the silken fringe that borders the tMShe caafcet caafcetaw a mt mtShe
She straightened stral Up after tile tileallCe perjarm perjarmance psedrrmance
ance of the rite and whispered waafcJy waafcJyPather w wFather wsaldyFather =
Father I can walk walkPlunge waIkI walkPlunges
Plunge I > Down Stairway StalrTrnyHot StRlrwayHtfl StairwayHet
Hot father assisted her genOy genf r throijajh throijajhths thrsighthe h htho
the loom in the line with hundreds h of ofothers ofotMn ofothers
others passing in and art out When the in invalid Invlld invalid ¬
valid woman reacbf reached d the door she threat threather tIanuther thrusther
her fathers father hands away and endaawr e endeavored deavor4dto d dto
to descend the steps ate atone repeating that thatshe tlaatshe thatshe
she conH walk Her feet slipped oa th thsecond thaeooad the thesecond
second step and D she plunged down th thentire theaUre the theentire
entire length tb of the stairway When at attendants att atteadttats ¬
tendants t nta reached her and aided her herfather laerrtber herfather
father in lifting < her to the ground it kwas kwastOQDd was wasfound winfound
found that she wa wu unconscious Then Iaenf Thenshe Thenshe
she was carried ca into a room sad partlyrevived partly IUt1Yrevived partlyrevived
revived after which she was Uksn home hottvin help helpin homeis
in a carriage carriageMfts carriageMist e eJIOM
Mist Fhmer was only one of the maay nsaaybesieging maaybesieging JIIIIIIUbes1ecbt
besieging the house All the mornJavr more a aline aDIN aline
line reached from the front door doortIN a athe seaaai seaaaithe
the lawn to the sidewalk sidewalkPalsied IIIdewaDtPa1aIed sidewalkPalsied
Palsied women aDd weakeyed cMlataP cMlataPin
in arms arms boys with 1th limbs m ba baand steel braces bracesaad ese s sand
and feeble tottering tot old men meatos mingled mingledtogether Ingledtogether
together tos ther In dw procession processionQnnrrel proeeatonQuarrel processionQuarrel
Quarrel at Doilea Bier BierThe BerThe BierThe
The factional war that has for months monthsconvuteed u tseonvuled mouthsconvulsed
convulsed the colony here reached a oil atimax eIJmax oilmax
max when a wordy battle was w foughtacross fought fOUlllJtacroa foughtacross
across the bier of the first r apostle by byleader b bof byieadefi
leader of appoaing If parties Qladalan QladalanD CJP tiiaeisaeDowle e eDc
Dc D wto and neo J C coder w wsedlA bon bem bemfeet tfia tfiagaged
gaged sedlA in a Mated tIIpa wItIda a areet W Wfeet
feet of olthe the draped conn ernThrongs connThrong coGID coGIDTIIrOaIII
Throng wed bite the death cfian chssmber chssmberpnd Vr Vrand r rtbere
pnd and there performed their memorial 1IIeIDOriaIra 1IIeIDOriaIrathen rites ritesthen ritesthen
then paged out together tO ther around SeMohHouse 8IdI 8IdIHoue 8nfl h hHou
Hou House to await the resurrection e 9 the thedead thedcl thedead
dead leader leaderThe leaderThe loaderThe
The belief I Ig general nera1 among Zfoalles Zfoallesthat Ziotdiesthat s sthat
that Dowie will ill rise again and speak to tobis tobill tohis
bill followers before he departs d rta from this tfcisworld awerlel thisworld
world werlelATLA1iTA
Renfroc Jackson Announces His In Intention Intention Intention ¬
tention to Sue for Divorce DivorceSpeeU DhorceStteeW DivorceSpecial
Special to The WMUngtoa i HostS HcnMAtlanta JIaaIdAtl1ul HostSAtlanta
Atlanta Atl1ul l Ga March l4ar h 13Re 13 Renfroe Jack Jackson JaekCOIII8IerelaJ lacknon ¬
son commercial agent for the Moan MoanRoute MononRoute KcJDOnRoute
Route announced tonight that he would woeidinstitute wMldhwUtute wouldInstitute
institute proceedings proceed1 for divorce against againstMrs apJutMn againstMrs
Mrs Mary Speer Jackson Jacka n bIB beautiful beautifulyoung bea1ldful7OW1b beautifulyoung
young wife ife owing oWi to the absence of Mrs MrsJackson 1trsJac MrsJackson
Jackson Jac on from Atlanta the inability of her herhusband IwrhustlaDd herhusband
husband to learn her whereabouts wbenrabc aW and andtbe andthe andthe
the absence from Atlanta of Charles S SCreelman sCreel SCreelman
Creelman vice president of the Keneaaw KeneaawLumber K KenesawLumber w wlAta
lAta Lumber Company and the son of Million MflUonaire KfDtonahe Millionaime
aire Creelman of Chicago The disappear disappearance dlllappearADCe dhppearnnee ¬
ance of Mrs Jackson n and the absence of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr Creelman from Atlanta Atlantawith combined combinedwith combinedwith
with the news De that Mr Jackson will file a apetition apetition apetition
petition for divorce has created a atfon aUOIL me a atie
tie tfon r
President Appoints Opponent a aIockport RIockpurt as asLockport
Iockport Postmaster 1ostntneterLockport PostmasterLockport 10 tnta8ter tnta8terLockport
Lockport t T Y March President IXPresidentRoosevelt DPrMidel1tR B PresidentRooeevelt
Roosevelt R 1 oy y his appointment alOln Dellt of R R RRo Is NRoberts IsRoberts
Roberts Ro as postmaster of the sty of ofLockport otLockpott ofLockport
Lockport today struck a blow at Han HanJames HenJames SenJames
James W Wadswortb ad wortb who retired from fromCongress tt fromCongress mCongre
Congress s this year at the commaaa of the diepeople thepeople thepeople
people of his district who elected lion lionPeter HonPeter lionPeter
Peter APorter A Porter in his stead steadWadsworth steadVaworth steadWadsworth
Wadsworth vigorously opposed the nom nomination DOIIntion nosemitten ¬
mitten for Roberts who had the indorse 1DdoneMnt Indorsement indorsement ¬
ment > of Porter and State Superintendent Superintendentof t tOf
of Public Works Stevens whom Wads Wadsworth VAIIIworth Wdsworth
worth tried to kill politically In ht hte gerry gerrymander 8UIYMander gerrymander ¬
mander oC Stevens senatorial al district last lastyear Jutyear lastyear
year yearSHIP yearSHIP yearSHIP
New eT Tramp Steamer Gownnhnrn GownnhnrnRuns Gownn1nrnRunl GownnbnrnRuns
Runs Ashore During DurIn Fog PogvNew FogNev FogNew
New York March HTbe new steelBritish steel steelBritish eel eelBt1tJ
British h tramp steamer Gowanbom went wentashore wentashore wentashore
ashore on Fire FtIaIaJId Island during a dense fog fogtoday fogtodRY fogtoday
today The vessel el grounded ullCled on the outer outerbar outerMr outerbar
bar Later the lifesavers at Quotes re rerported rejOrte reported
rported jOrte ported that tJut t the ship p was lying about five fluehundred fivehundred AYehundred
hundred yards off shore and aneQuarter aneQuarterof rter rterof
of a mile east of the Blue Point lAte lAtesaving Lifrsaving Llfevlng
saving vlng Station which te fifteen miles 1M GMt setof aaotof GMtof
of Fire Island light lightThe U lightThe t tThe
The lifesavin lifesaving crew at Blue Point had hadtheir hedtbetr hadtheir
their apparatus out a few few minutes miD after aftrrthey afttrthey afterthey
they heard the first blasts booming boomingthrough Dooarib boomingthrough g gthrou
through < b the fog r and shot a tine over tfe tfeship the theship theship
ship Tbe skipper of the steamer at sjur evidently evi evidently evdently ¬
dently thought there was no pereosul pereosuldanger person persondanger l ldanger
danger as he did not come ashore uhoreself him hhtiself himself
self or send any an of hte h nlMft men in the breeches breechcebuoy breedMIUO breechesbuoy
buoy buoyBaltimore IUO IUOnHlmorc buoyBaltimore
Baltimore A S Ohio to Cincinnati and St StLoul StLoulH StLouis
Louis LoulThree LoulHThree LouisThree
Three through throu h vesUbuled Te t1bu1ed train daily dattysplendidly dailysplendk1l dailyspieadWl
splendidly equipped UIPped without change eIIa sing singcars < cears n ncars
cars SteaS ln3bbb5 the u Daylight Jhs Y 1 gist Train Trainleaves tiwiaIves 1rachnheaves
leaves Washington 8 a a m reaching Cin Cincinnati Chachmati I Ichmatl ¬
cinnati before midnight same day wwi wwiPullman with withPullman 1111Pullman
Pullman dra drawingroom wineroom sleeping car TW TWSt ThoSt T1 e eSt
St Louis Limited tilted leaves Washirgt Washington ashingtn n n4g
466 p m arriving a riving Cincinnati 8G Rrri > a rn mLouiswdle rnLouisville mo moLoul8oille
Louisville 1150 O a a m St Louis 527 p mwith m mwith
I with drawingroom sleeping plnr cars to tocinnati cn cnclnnaU + u uclnnati
clnnati and St Louis and dining car carp The TheI TheSt Tie e eSt
I St St Louis Express leaves Washington
1349 4 night nl ht arrives Cincinnati 535 35 p n nLouisville m mLouisville mo momvlDe
Louisville Louisville mvlDe 9M p m St St Louis 723 23 a t re rnwith rewith tnwith
with drawingroom sleeping sleepI cars and din dinIng dining din dinlug
Ing cars Reservations at M17 G st nw nwGIG
610 Pa ave and Station N J ave and andC andC
C st stI et
I Llbbey S Co 6th and N Y aye 9neI e eI

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