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f UiiQle Joe Voices Senti Sentimente Sentimoo Sentimiit
mente moo of Canal Party PartyJDNKETBBS PartyJUNKETERS
Reach Port with Statesmen StatesmenDoinjr Stt t8men t8menDoing L LDoiig
Doing Minstrel Turns TurnsVnbat uriis uriisCuban UlllsCubaJi
Cuban Leader I ad6r aderi Desire Conference ConferenceTiith Conferencewith
with Speaker SpeukezOnrtlll Curtis Say Says Project ProjectW1U ProJoctVIl ProJocwin L
win VIl Cost Less Le Than 9150000000 9150000000Tawmej UiOOOOOOO UiOOOOOOOTaTmlCT UiO000000Taun
Tawmej Taun Finds a Little Hactravn HactravnEanoe Jlxtraaganc lixtravaganoeLegItator
Eanoe ganoeLegItator Lglt Legislator atorJl Assured Canal CanalWill CaualVlll Canalwill
Will Vlll Be Pinlsbed in Uislit Years YearsHavana YearllHa YcarMHavana
Havana Ha vana March 3k aTv Th i3p Ham HamAm HaInAmnlcan Uam1Urg
Am Amnlcan nwrlcan rican Line steamer jMueeher J uscbr ai aihere aritWld aritWldher 4z4tve 4z4tvehere L
here her this thu morning from Ceion having havingboard 01 or orboard
board Congressman ConFe IBaft McKinley M Klnley and L Lpart Jd b24 b24part
part > of guest including Speaker Can Cancon Can1on
con conAs
As the steamer BtM tMfl3r entered the e harbor ait 8bVall aitWas
Wa Was saluted by b the cruiser Columbia and andthe IUK1the sn snthe I
the Italian war ship Pleraraoeca The TheCongrecsional TheConcresional Th ThCongrezsionkl
Congrecsional party was wa received by Qov QovMagoon GovMaSCIon 0ev3iEaofl
Magoon At an entertainment on the thesteamer toosteamer I
steamer yesterday Congressman James J JS I II
8 Sherman sane coon songs while Mr MrCannon YrCanDon MrCannon
Cannon kept time by clapping his hands handsSenator haftdaSenator hab4sSenator
Senator Charles Curtis delivered a alogu mono monologue 0logue ¬
logue logueIn logueIn logu
In regard to the canal Mr Cannon said saidWell MidWell aId aIdWeII
Well dig the ditch or bust bustMr buatMr
Mr McKinley said that it would do any anyAmerican an anAmerican P
American good to see a the progress of o the thework tbeWork tb tbWork I
work and the enterprise of their country countrymen COUftU COUftUmen ¬
men Congressman Oteott declared that thatthe tJlatthe thn L
the project was wa highly feasible especially especiallywith e pec1a11rWith esec1aIbwith P
with such IU h energy as a Is now being beJn dis displayed d dplaYed dt ¬
played Congressman Con Moore said that the theonly theonl th thonly t
only onl thing necessary nece ry to complete the thework thework th m
work was to t tt stick to 1C It The question questionnow queStionnow questior2OW L
now he said is one of o pentetent MIWt tent effort effortrather elCortrather efforlrather
rather than han engineering engineeringMany enlngIau engsesdngMan
Many Man Iau Optimistic VI Viow ViowSenator IQw jnrs jnrsSenator l lSenator
Senator Curtle declared that the work workmay worktnay won wonmay
may cost leas than the estimated 8BWs >
000 OI He favors the work Werk being nx done by byprivate byprivate Ii Iiprivate P
private contract contractAndrew contractAndrew
Andrew White U7ahe says be oriKlnally fa favOr
ed i a aeaievei canal canal but out is now con conto COOVO150 COOVO150to
to the highlevel plan As an American Americanhe AmertcaftIte AsOericanbe
he felt proud of that which is being done doneby dotMby doneby
by the American people peopleMr peopleYr peopleMr
Mr Mann ann said that on the whole the theconditions thecondltinlls thoconditius
conditions are gratifying The real work workis workis
is progressing the isthmus is healthy healthyand tMalth tMalthand hSIthyand
and the government can do the work best beatlion bestHon bestHon
Hon James A Tawney chairman of the UseHouse theHoWIe the1ouae
House Appropriation Committee says saysthat saysthat ys ysthat
that the construction of the canal eanalls is a far farmore farInore fanS
S more simple problem than the American Americanpeople Americanpeopte Amedcanpeopie
people have been led to believe The Theproposition Tbeprnpotltion Theproposition
proposition is simply one of digging dl Dg and andhandling adhandling sadhandling
handling the material A little extrava extravagance extravagance ettrftvftgance ¬
gance is apparent but he believes that no noLOijipUunt noLoJPplaint notorppatht
LOijipUunt will be heard in the future futurethis on onthis onL
L this account Mr Tawiey rawne and andJ a ceaamtt ceaamttte tOo tOot
J te t may fl4 visit the eatMt again agaIngress haftf Qw Qwgreas QIMgreils >
greas meets meetsRepresentative meetsRep1S fltSReprfUntat1Ve
Representative Rep1S ntatle Sherman says that with withthe withthe withthe
the initial arrangements perfected pelt ted seth nothing sethIng ¬
ing ought to stand in the way y of the successful suc stitceesful ¬
cessful completion of the work workoed workQed workNeed
Need oed Amusements musemen s on Isthmus IsthmusAll IstbulUIIAll IatlzniuAll
All the party rQr are pleased with the work workThey workThey
1 They commend Engineer 11 Stevens evsas and Cot CoLtjorgas CotJorgu CotGorgas
tjorgas They were told that the work workwould workwould Workwould
would be completed in eight yean MIII Col ColGoethais ColGoethals CotGoethals
Goethals said after looking over the Olethat Job Jobthat ob obthat
that the organisation arranged by Engi Engineer 1neeI Engireer ¬
neer Slovene wag perfect and that thatwould he hewould hewould
would follow along lOfl his lines He was waspleased WIllIpleased waspleased
pleased at the prospect and was anxious anxiousto anxiousto
to roll up his sleeves IHV and go to work workMr wortcMr workMr
Mr Franklin the consul general at Pan Panama Paama Panama ¬
ama says uys that the theeaD1 canal workers need en entertainment en entertainment entertalninent ¬
tertainment Their life is monotonous monotonousid monotoaoa8and monotonousand
and id th tbre < r > is no nlaoft to soend rtione money A A
vaudeville or comic comic opera ra comi comimake company would wouldmake wourn wournniake
make money in Panama He suggested suggestedthat augEllltedt
that t hat the government furnish free trans traaaportatton
portation as an inducement for theatrical tbeatrlealcompanies theatriesicompanies
companies to visit the isthmus The lack lackof
of t recreation drives drivelSmen men from the sane xoaeCuban aolleCullan
Cuban Leaders to Meet Speakers SpeakersThe SpeakersThe
The Bluecher wiU sail II for Nassau Son Sonday Sanday Sunday
day At a dinner to be given by t he ie cap captain
tain tam that night Mr Cannon on behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the passengers will present him with a asold
gold watch WthLate
Late this afternoon Gov Magooa gave gaveI gavea I
a reception recert t Inn in their honor A band fur furnished tQrl1ished ¬
nished Lshed music mu lc and the guests waRned waltHdaround waRnedaround
around the reception room mom in great glee sIeeMr
Mr Cannon taking part partTonUfu partToht pertTontjht
TonUfu Toht Judge Hawley president deat of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American Cuba Sugar Su ar Company own owaing owa owang ownIng
ing ng th the largest t plantation on the IJJandgave inland IslaMgave
gave a a dinner in honor af the party Mr MrHawley MrHawley KrHawley
Hawley was formerly a a atrom Congressman Congressmanfrom Conreumanjron
from TP Texas Tfxashe xas xasThe
The he political clltkaI leaders desk de desIre to discuss cII8cuMthe
the situation with Mr Cannon and it la IIIprobablt Isprobablr
probabte > that he will meet th u revolts revolatlollY
tionary leaders tomorrow tomorrowtime tomorrowMr
Mr Cannon MId that he bs b having t Yhag a line linetime
time but would be glad when w he is back backIn back1n
In New York next Thursday Thu1Iida7I j jTEN
Capture Includes Arms with Strych Strychnineladen Str Stryclaulneladen oh ohBlneIadeu ¬
nineladen Ballets BalletsSt DuUetllSl
St Sl Petersburg March 9 SThe The police policehivi policehnc POIIOSbtvc
hivi arrested at Royal Reval ten persons peno form fonning tonnng forming
ing ng the committee commiT tee of the revolutionary revolutionarytiiting revolatloyt ototio ototiolighting
lighting t htlng organization The capture is re reBard resadpd noI
I Bard sadpd > d as very important The property propertyseized propertyeelzed propertyeized
seized Included besides a printing plant plantliterature plantIlteraturP
literature arms and ammunition espe especially eBptdally espodaily ¬
dally a store of hollow bullets designed designedto de
to be filled with strychnine a quantity quantityof
of which was as also al foand foandThere tondThere IondThere
There were also seIzed printed regula regulations regulaI ¬
tions 1 i ufl5 ns for the distribution dl of money moneyplundered moneyIundeNd moneyI
plundered I rnderod throughout throu < hout the empire em re accord according aecordIn ¬
In ing 1 to which the revolutionary organisa organisation orpalaHon organleaIm ¬
Hon Im received threetenths threeten Jot of all sums be below be below bew ¬
low w 1406 1 rubles threetttths below beto 1A6M 1A6Mrubles 1t 1ttuhle 1O 1Orutle
rubles rutle and twothirds above 18 1O 10MI the theremainder theTImallc1er theNina1Mer
remainder being divided among indIduals Indi Individuals JndtidlJala ¬
viduals duals belonging to the organisation organisationNO orpnlatlonNO organlastlonj
Capt ailt aP Oroonie Gr onae Issues Order to Penn PennHylvaulo Penu18ula Pennsylvania
Hylvaulo 18ula Troops TroopsWillussbarre TroopsWilketooTTe TroopsWilkeebarre
Willussbarre Pa March arch 21Capt 21CaptGroome aCa Copt CoptGrome > t tGroome
Groome of Philadelphia chief com commander CODIInander cownander ¬
mander of the State constabulary of ofPennsylvania orPennsYlvania ofhas
Pennsylvania has issued orders to each eachof e eachof cb cbor
of the three troops that In future no nomarried DOmarried nomarried
married men shall be enlisted and any anyMember anytnember anytoember
Member marrying shall be given an hon honorable honorable booorable ¬
orable discharge dischargeThis dhdlargeThis thhargeTII
This TII applies pikg only to privates The rea reason reason rcason ¬
son for the order is that the married marriedmen married1l1en marriednen
men nen have hi e to live outside the barracks barracksand barracksand barcksand
and are not readily available In case of a asudden asudden nsudden
sudden iaii ca i to duty dutyIJIIrs dutyLllh dutyi
i Lllh lilies Azaleas and Hydrangeas n Irmgeas Etc
For Eat Easr tir Finest Fin H specimens reasonable
i prices > P cut cutfiowers fiowfcrs Shatter 14th l4thI l4thIBoard I IBoard IBoUd
Board side Ul bright J200 per PCn1OO 100 ft ft
Fat the District Distri t of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland MarylandPart Partly y cloudy cl Judy udy and andcooler andcooler andcooler
cooler today tod y tc Nnormw morrow fair fairwith fairwith fairwith
with moderate temperature temp rature light lightto lightto lightto
to fresh southwest to northwest northwesiwinds northwestwinds northwestwinds
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1 tBIYaA Bryan Medtttee Railroad Rallro < d Ideas IdeaslCannon Ideas1Connoit
1 lCannon Cannon Talks Talkson on Panama CanaL CauLITroops CanaL1Troops
1 ITroops Troops Kill 1000 RbumanlanlJtOOHelt Roumanians Rbumnians3Roonovslt
1 lJtOOHelt Roosevelt Favors 1 vors JulJitsu JulJitsuIBOM u1jItsu u1jItsuHas
IBOM Ruef Rue Has a Million in Bank Danc DanclArr Dank1Armstrong
1 lArr 1Armstrong Armetrofls trOftg Quits Casualty Company CompanyS OomtianyIHo Company3Hondurans
S Hondurans IHo Land in Now Orleane art artRaIlr0a4 OdsaaeRaIIroad
8 Railroad Strike Conference Today Today3Man Todaf3Man Tnday3Man
3Man Gives Qt Blood to Save ave Wife Wire4lbaw WifeLunacy
4 4lbaw Thaw Lunacy tUmmy I to Continue Continue4Newa CeRUalte4NeWfil Continue4News
4Newa of Mar7t Maryland 4 and Virginia VirginiaLOCAL VirginiaLOoL VirginiaLo0tL
LOCAL LOoLJDovw Lo0tL3Dovss LOCAL3Dover
3Dover and Pttmker Confer Confer3Wlit CoRterJwm Confer3Wilt
3Wlit Suspend Brownsville Br wssvIlte Hearing Hearing3Misses HeedngJM Hearing2MISSeS
3Misses JM Stunts Defend d CnaaffeurRMeroury chal1treuriMueu7 Cnaaffeur ChaStreurMeriouty
RMeroury Meriouty Rises High lUsh5Bureau Again AgainS tn tnnurean
S 5Bureau Bureau Heme to Be Original OriginalSPreaMent OrbI15PreDlent OriginaLgPresident
SPreaMent Undecided as to Railroad RailroadSpeech RailroadSPMCh NallmsdSpeech
Speech SpeechCominittee SPMCh2Commltt Speechl2omm1ttes
2Commltt Cominittee Named to Examine Milk MilkHUEIS MilkHURts MilkBUBIS
HURts BABY INTO SEA SEADemented SEADenlented SEADemented
Demented Mother of Bleven Drowns DrownsFourtoenmoiithsold DrownFourteenmol1thsold DrownsIourteenmonthsold
Fourtoenmoiithsold Baby BabyNew Dab DabNew flabyNew
New York March 29BeconHhg de demented de demented 4 4rented ¬
mented while cronrtng the ocean oc on the theGerman theGennaa theGerman
German steamer Koenig Albert Jllomena JllomenaA 1IIlontenaAquHa FilomenaAquSa
A AquHa < vHa a steerage paseenger r threw her herinfant herInfant
infant d davsh daughter ught r Itosaria fourteen months monthsoM moDoold monthsold
old through a port bole of the steamer stmerao4 steamerand steamerand
and the little one on was drowned The moth ftIOtber mothOr mother ¬
er was a only prevented from committing committingstrieMo oiumItt4ngbY Itttng ItttngIWtctde
strieMo by members of the crew of the theAlter h hAfter he heAfter
After the mother tossed the child over overboard overn overboard ¬
board n the ships mlp engines were stopped stoppedand stoppedand oPll oPllaltd
and a vain search troh of thirty tJ minutes JIlIn was wasnude wu1ra warnmade
nude nudeMrs madeMrs
Mrs Aqulls is the mother of eleven elevenchildren eIeftftc elevenchildren
children c and she and her husband to together to togetMr togM ¬
gether gM with 4iJ fire 5V of the iMMHan 4tSs embcked embckedat IsabSJIrM IsabSJIrMat Ied Iedat
at Naples NapJ Car this country Tn tile mother motherand motherand titer titerad
and ad the baby by became Mea HI on the w way y over overand overand
and it is said that thtwh11e white suffering from
her hrUIneu Ulness the mother threw the child childWILL childWILL
overboarcL overboarcLWILL
Funeral Services of Leo XIII XII Will V1I1 Be BeWithout DeJthont lIeWithout <
Without Jthont Military Inltar Escort B uort
Rome Ro March St 2TJaeVatlcaa 2The The Vatican has baanotl barnnotted hasnotited
notited notl the Italian I g government vernnaeat that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Pope PoPe has decided decl the the removal et etthe attbe o othe
the body of Leo XIII from St Peters to tothe tethe tothe
the new tomb shall occur in the day da datime daytime ¬
time provided it shall be guaranteed guaranteedthat IIaJaIIteecithat guaranteedthat
that tbe cortege corte < e through Rome shall shallpass ehaUpa shallpeas
pass pa unmolested Negotiations are now nowpending1 DOWpending nowpending
pending concerning ooneer ng the measures III thatwill that thatwill
will be Anally adopted to this end
The Vatican is indifferent whether whetherthe whetherthe
the route of the cortege < e ig I lined Un with
troops or whether the hearse is I merely m8111t1ysurrouded mcrlysurrounded
surrounded by cavalry
When the arrangements shall 111I have lav
been lite completed the date of the re remjMral reM nosvZ
mjMral M VII will N ht deftnlielr dRJ J Hop 4 Pro Prow
tr r U I rvvAl botme rt t Aa Mttc M eflfcmr tIIIataa tIIIataaor thianthor wontfe wontfeor
or the beginning Ing ef e nexCas 1NXt Mgr IUgg JU JUthe
the Papal master of ceremonies eremonl is al already already 1 1ready ¬
ready preparing the details of the tune ¬
tion tionIABEJDEF lonABE tionABB
San Francisco Boss Holds Big Ao Accounts Aooounts Aocouiits ¬
counts in Banks BanksAll BanksJ BanksAll
All Funds Said to Have BeenAcquired DeenAcflulrelln BeenAc IleenAequined ¬
quired flulrelln in Boodling Transactions TransactionsTraced TranllllctionsTraued TransactionsTraced
Traced by Detectives
San an Francisco March 9 IBetore Before the tbegrand thepaDd therand
I grand g rand Jury tomorrow t monow it to expected that thattestimony thatte
t testimony te te will be given which will estab establish e ablI8b ¬
1 lish u sIt that Abe Roof kept on deposit tt in the theof theis
banks L is of San Francisco eo hundreds of thou tbousshads tIaotIot
s sshads nda of dollars Every cent that Rust Buefsot Rue RueOt
sot g ot through boodUng operations has been beentraced beentraccI
t traced tr aced by b Detective Barm Barmfull BurMlull
full details will be placed before 8 the tbegrand theVUd
j grand g rand jury ju Bankers with whom Roof Raefcarried Ruetcarried Roofrried
t carried ca rried urge Ia e aocountc will give testimony testimonyand teedmoetynd
i and a nd produce books if necessaryUp 1IeCIeHaljUp necessary
Up to a few months ago Reef had on ondeposit ont
i deposit d eposit t in I San Francisco banks Ie nearly
i t lMtOMi lMtOMiJUMPS dit
i Voman oll1an Garbed in Block Oravrln OravrlnThrough OrnwlThJouglt OraylsThrough
Through Pence to Dud Life LifeNiagara Lite1agar
Niagara Falls Falls N T March a This Thisafternoon
i afternoon r ft a a woman garbed in black blackcrawled
i t crawled c through the Iron railing ral at Pros Prospect Ptopeet Pr ¬
i pect p lot Point and jumped over the tlteAmertean American
Falls F ans Mrs P N Garland d of o US Pros Prospect Proepect ProseeL ¬
pect p eeL avenue avenu this city and William Allen Allenof AJIenof Allenf
of o f 94 Federal
eralaWftue avenue Allentown Pa saw sawthe MWthe
the th e womans suicide alllcadeShe suicideShe
She left nothing behind her by which whichshe whichhe I
si she s he might be Identified She wore a cape capeinstead
instead i of jacket jacketThe jacketThe
The T he Ideal Advertising Medium MediumI
I wwr wtthyto to outline to you OU u the ideal idealadvertising l ladvertisinc
advertising medium It is the home homenewspaper hoatenewspaper boostnewspaper
newspaper It is a paper which is so sofilled sofitkd
filled with good thoughts for every everymember everymembter everymember
member of the family that it finds a awarm awarnl awarm
warm welcome and an eager reading readingwherever readingwherever
wherever it goes It is free fromcrime from frcmncrinie j jcrime
crime and scandal and unwholesome unwholesomethings unwb unwholesomethings leaome leaomethings
things It takes more pride in the thequality thequality
quality of its circulation than in the th thmere thmert j jmere
mere quantity qtlantitybut but it has the quan quantity quantity quantity ¬
tity as well as the quality It is not notboastful 1I0tboastful
boastful nor too much given to find ¬
ing fault It wins w1 i the confidence of ofthe ofthe
the people by its simplicity honesty honestypurity bonesttpurity
purity and progressiveness proareBI vcDeiS It Ithandles Ithndles Ithandles
handles the news S of the day in a amanner amanner amanner
manner which appeals to the better betterclass betterclass bettexdass
class of people and to the better na nature nature matune ¬
ture of all people It emphasizes emphasizesthe emphasizesthe
the hopeful features of the uews uewsnUhter uewsrad newsrthei
nUhter than the discordant ones It has hasa
a permanent loca location CJ1 for its special
features It is an authority on what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever it undertakes to exploit It has hasa
a reputation for correctness It Itregulates Itregllla Itregulatvs
regulates regllla its advertising pages by byreasonable byreasonable byreasonable
reasonable requirements regarding
display d lay and illustrations so that the thepage thepage thepage
page represents a pleasing whole wholeWaldo wool wholeWaldo e
Waldo 11 oIdo P Warren
advertising man manager fH ma maager H Hagtr
ager Marshall Field F d < tS Co Chicago ChicagoLlbbey Ch ChicagoLibbey cago
Libbey Co 6th 6thl t and New York ave ao aveS
Roumanian Troops Guilty GuiU ofAtrocious
Atrocious Cruelties CrueltiesMANY CrueltieSMANY CruelticsMANY
Bloody Blood Battle at Stnncntl in Which 1VliiahRebels Whichlielela >
Rebels Pi FIght B lit with THI Desperation DoalJerationAr DoalJerationArtUlcr7 Dosperatloiiirliilcry Ar Artlllcry
tlllcry Used Uae < 1 and UpJTn I1QJ Tpy and nn l 5W1 5W1Vnffe Ul UlIndes tb
Vnffe inG Indes nelnfir BWiiibnraert ci il b riie lXtHJ Xdlhfnif Xdlhfniflint jhIng jhIngbut ng
but Ruins Ruin Left LCftInJlalltanf Inhabitants Killed KilledVienna KilledVienna KilledVienna
Vienna March St ItTlut The newspapers newspapersprint newspaperaprlnt newspapersprint
print further stories of fierce fighting
in RoumanlH More than 1MQ 1 peasants paaeanteare peasantsare
are dead and several thousand d wounded woundedThere wuuncfedTllere woundedThere
There seems to be some doubt do ltt about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the dates daton on which the engagements en gem8ftts oc occurred ocC1Irred on onConrad ¬
Conrad but most of the stories refer to teMarch toMaiek toMuch
March 27 7 and 28 2 when wh R the me of otar otartlDery ar artillery artIIler ¬
tillery tIIler a against < the rebels had become becomegeneral becoMeIenenrt becoMegnerl
general generalIt IenenrtIt
It is slated utatd tM that very ey ry rebel ebe1 town tOWnYillace and andvillage slidvillage
village is being bombarded Into mina minaOne rul rulOno
One hundred and forty tor houses at Vlcrti Vlcrtihave Ylerlune VICIiIhave
have been thorn demolished a and iu more morethan morethaa morethan
than M 3K peasants were killed kln Two
n eIghboring uJageswer ges ware razeu rued and i itheir an antheir
their t inhabitants killedThere killed killedThere killedThere
There was wa a bloody battle batUi battl In which whichthe wltlehthe whichhe
the t he rebel rebels fought with furious f rloUfJdra rloUfJdratton deepen deepeniers desperation ¬
tion tton t iers at Staneed TIM le lessee e of the te troops trftopswere I60JMwe troopswere
were we trifling but 8M peasants were werekilled werekllJed wereilled
killed k illed and 4 499 wounded One version versionof velllloftor versionf
of o f the story tory of this fight says sa that t at after afterthe atterthe afterhe
the t he bulk of the troops were withdrawn withdrawnthe
the t he peasants ts gathered again and mas massacred masaerect ¬
sacred s the remainder remainderk remainderBaad
k Bands of peasants are surrounded by
troops troo at Brahova and a d MeeastL and are areresisting arere
resisting re r desperately dtlllPllra y Artillery is being beingneed beingseed og
need i against them themMany themMany
Many women among amon the rebels have haveshared havered
shared red the same fate as the men The sot
dlerg d erg and peasantry are reported to be bevying bevying beying I
vying v ying in cruelty The mutual atrocities atrocitiesseldom
seldom s have been equaled In Balkan rec recorda rec recorda necnds
orda ordaTab e nds ndsT
Tab T records of fighting might be multi multiplied ¬
plied p 11511 Indefinitely I ldeBaltel but apparently some of ofthe
the tJtet t ti hat stories reiterate others although giv gt gfvngdtfferent ¬
ing Iugdbterent i different localities This Is explained expiainedy
by b y the fact that the fights have occurred occurredbetween ocCUrred ocCUrredbetveen occurredetween
between b villages vlllag either of which is equal equaly ¬
ly l y near the scene of conflict conflicteetved coJ1mct coptlictThe i
The State Department Ye estorda estordaelved terd
eetved c a cablegram from Bucharesting Bueha Bucharest Bucharostig St StIng
ing b ig that the Agrarian A a and gndrioUng anddoting arfUi arfUirioting < I
rioting had spread greatly gre tly during dif tthe tthepast the theest Ii Iiput
past p est week The losses have been great greataINl great greatand greatod
and n nh od large I numbers of peaceful peasants peasantshave peasantsave
have nh h ave been killed km by the troops which whichave
have h ave employed artillery against the peo people peolie pecie ¬
lie p ie
pleThe ieThe
The property JK petty of several Jews natural naturalsed ¬
ized Ih I sed citings el MIN of the country is reported to toave
have ha h ave v been destroyed In Moldavia MoldaviaThe MoldavIaThe MoidaviaThe
The dispatch adds dds that a Liberal cabinet cabInetss
has l ss been een formed formedJENNIE tOmt tOmtJENNIE formedTENNIE
Murderer of Little Windup Vln hip Baby BaTiyTaken Dab DabTaken BabyTaken
Taken to Mnttenvrnn MnttenvrnnCarrael lUnttenwanCannel MattcnwzznCannel
Cannel N Y March IIReconclled Reconciled to toher toher toer
her h er fate tate through the forgiveness of Mrs MrsWlaehip
Wlaehip mother of the little boy aha ahakilled shIJkilled shekilled
killed because she loved him so is isJennie IsJle
Jennie Bureh acquitted last night of
a amurder 1 s smurder
murder charge on the ground of insanity
Sheriff Barry started wIth his prisoner prisoneror
for f or Matteawan this afternoon Jennie Jenniecried Jeonloried
cried c ried bitterly hitter at the parting with her
friends frt nd who thronged the station otatio to say y
goodby It was particularly hard for
her to leave little Lorotta Barry the theyounsest the8Unse theyoungeet
younsest 8Unse t child of 0 Sheriff Sh ritC Barry to whom whomshe
she lib has become bee9me bet nne attached since the trial
began Attorney Dempsey assured her
he would come to see her often and some
day get her out outThis outTbl outThis
This Tbl ooniforted eoJdfortedher her and on the train
she sh became calmer and announced announc dh her r In ¬
tention of ofjlolng oIng toing the best she could in the thea8lunt
a8lunt I
J If Small A Sons Florists
Washington and New York Do not tall all to
see our Eastern display flowering plants plants12iS
51211 123 to 1 Baltimore and Return
Via Pennsylvania RallroadeytO Railroad every Satur ¬
day and Sunday All regular trains
020 ox
6ept pt the Congressional Congr8llonaILlmlled Limited Tickets
good to return tum until Sunday SundayniIgtt SundayniIgttBoards night nightBoards I1g I1gBoards
Boards wide wide all heart ZOO 2UO per 100 1 ft ft ftiii
1 1c
Reptiles Give Women otXetr Ot t1V Jersey JerseyTown JerlleyToWII JerseyTown
Town Lively 9aaregpsefel j 9aare licarqsz arQti >
gpsefel sz H 0 o nw rb WMUnctaa WaDpaaKorrt Heia HeiaMorrttt Xus1Moirtetewn
Morrttt Korrt Moirtetewn a N J March a nMdents nMdentsof JlillldMttJJof
of Olympbant t Park A a biajstfial resi residential rea readentlal resIdendi
dential neighborhood In Infa Motftftimfc Mos ew w WW WWoro wets wetsgiven r rgiven
given a scare oro this thisIeCtIon morning murat ben that thatsection thatsection
i section seemed to swarm aw awTIle pkh vl i snakes snakesThe
TIle trouble started atart whflh wh spfefvvmt employed em employed em eraployed ¬
ployed by Henry W Las lear e saw w a agarter aptter agarter
garter snake on tbe tlifMagt Her Herscreams IIerteNam II IIscreams
screams brought out the be njMlMRe I who whoattempted WMaU WhOattempted
attempted aU to kill the theW theWhile reytlK reytlKWhfle
While W Idle the chase wa W wsi a at fAisleJtt let 10 tt
tee Carrier George DearoeflUMft Dsc rt rtand alsag 1
and blew ew Ma k3swgtls k3swgtlsbusee whtoOt ju s i4t i4tt s siMmee
iMmee to deliver some1 smus mt mtmat maD
t mat feemed to have ba baaifD08t bar g magical eCset eCsetalmost feez feezalmost
almost in an Instant came snake mak torn tornall tNall Limoall
all directions The women out lor the thenrst theItnt theuret
nrst reptile retreated ntre ted to their tttlrbomea several
homes on the th e ran run but Carrier Degroot Degrootlwas Degrootwarn
was not to be routed by hya a little thing tfke tfkesnakes Ik Iksnakes
snakes He succeeded in klllfn ldlrftt nbMJ sine sinegarter
garter snakes of good rise and on one adder
before he was compelled to resume Ma Mawork liiiwork
work ot otdeflvertng delivering mail mailRESTS maiLRESTS malLRESTS
Government lends Introduction of ofBvIUeiice ofBllJolloe ofEvidence
Evidence Against Standard StandardChicago Staudnrlctateqo Standardchicago
Chicago March Xareh 9 SThe The geveramente geveramentecounsel vOrliaemsts vOrliaemstscanessi eat eatCGUMeI
counsel today tyrated Tested r sted its case against the theStandard theStanl theStandard
Standard Oil Company CofP UI which tee been beenon beenOft beenOs
on Os trial before United States District DtetrjetJud Dt trletJwlge DistrictJudge
Jud Judge laDdIaoa landis no a charge ot rrneclving re re
bates on the shipment shlpznentof of oil ew the Chi Chicago CIdeap Chiage ¬
cago c age and Alton Railroad RailroadThe RaIlroadT1Ie RailroadThe
The greater part of the hearing which whichhas wJalehhu whichhas
has already occupied more than a uttime months monthstime soathstone
time has been devoted to UM fitrediwUon fitrediwUonof DttttHIllOtklaot
of documentary evidence evldeneehy by tile govern government goerususeut
ment t tending to prove proy that 1J 1111 ears nef of ofoil ofoil
oil were re transported tran portetl by the Chicago o and andAlton a aAltoa andAItCO
Alton road at t cents a aonethlrd hundred pew pewnethird pettnde pettndeonethird i
onethird o of the th e rate said by the thetlon proeaca proeacation peoOcis peoOcision
tion t ion to be called for for oa the tariffs of te tecompany thCOIIIpan theompany
company companyJudge COIIIpanJudge c ompanyJudge
Judge Lend Landis sustained the motion for fora f fa feccontinuance
a a continuance and toed the time for the tbecase theeue thease
case c ase to be resumed for next Monday Mondaymorning J Jmorning Mondeymorning
morning Special arrangements have nave been beenmade bMBmade beenmade
made by the court to allow the jury tte ttemuch umuch asmuch
much personal freed aa P possible
t Three special hgiilts
have been provided and the jury will be
divided into squads of three and four and andwtH andwilt
wilt be allowed to go about the elty on onsighteeetag OftlghtUC onslghteaelng
sighteeetag excursions tomorrow to lIIOIrow and andSunday andSURda andSunday
Sunday SundayBE SURdaDR SundayDR
Expects to Find Kidnapped Boy Do In InXCTT InXew inNew
New Yorlc City CityDover CItTDeftC CityDovet
Dover Del March 21The Tho Marvin ab abduction a aduetlon ohductless ¬
ductless case had another moat ashen oeftsatlonal efaaU ashentjonl
tlonal U nal development tonight t niCbt when wbenthe the de detective do doI doteetIv ¬
teeth tective secured from Miss Xi Lucy Kitten ICMlenthe IaUettthe Kittenthe
I the del dehllll ills of the entrance at midnight of ofthe otthe ofthe
the the Logan schoolhouse two miles front frontthe flOlQi frontthe
i the Marvin homestead The marauders marauderswere maraudelSwere marauderswere
were probably the same two who held up
YIN Kitten in the wood woodrn on Tuesday Tuesdayevening TudayeYenlng Tupedayevening
evening before they rifled tfra t schoolroompinned schoolroom schoolroompinned hoohoftm hoohoftmpinned
pinned a note of warning that tha t they they pro proposed JlI1rpoaed proposed ¬
posed to kill her and then burned ems emsthing omething m mthing
thing in the stove to raking raldn and sorting over overall overall overalt
all the ashes ashesDr ubeItDr ashestjr
Dr Marvin tbe father of the abducted
boy now seems to pin his hopes on a tet tetter letten let letter ¬
ter that declared hIs boy 110 was In New
Criminal Carelessness Charged in inCalifornia InCallfornlll InCalifornia
California Sntashnp SntashnpCol SlllallhupColton SmashupCOItOSI
Col Colton ton CaL CaL March M 25InvestIgation Investigation of ofcharges ofcharg ofcharges
charges charg of criminal carelessneee were In lnstittited Instltqted Institqted
stittited today resultant upon the wreck wreckThursday wreckThur wreckThursday
Thursday Thur daT afternoon of a tourist train on ontbe onthe onthe
the Southern Paotne in which twenty twentjeight twentysight
eight persons were killed The train 11n run running runI1lhC runnhsg ¬
ning at high speed crashed into an open openswitch openswitch n nsltcb
switch The switch w wan s left open it is ischarged Igcharged ischarged
charged through the carelessness ca of ofmember a amember IC
member of the freight crew which wid pre preceded pre proceded ¬
ceded the passenger PIl88e r The engine turned turnedover turnedover turnedover
over and the forward cars were crashed crashedand erushdand crushedand
and splinteredAll splinteredAll splintered splinteredAll
All the dead exept one Italian woman womanare womanare womanare
are men
French Occupy Oudjdn OudjdnParis OudJlaParis OudjdnParis
Paris March 29 aA A French column coJu n oc occupied 00lpled cceupied ¬
cupied the town of Oudjda at 10 oclock oclockthis
this morning mornlngIts Its entry was unopposed unopposedI
I III Your Surplus Money JUone Burning
You an income All accounts draw inter ¬
est in banking bankln dept of Injon Trust Co
lilt F 1 Deposits Deposl Depositsaubject subject to check at wllLJ wllLJLumber WilL WilLLumber willLumber
Lumber trust broken brokenLibbey Llbbey Co Co
Head ead of Casualty
of America Retires RetiresFORMER Re RetircsPORMEI res resFORMEIi
Recent Severe Attack of Typhoid TypfcoldFever TpholdF I IYdver
Fever F er Given as Cause for Leafing1 Leafing1I leOcvlngIJm1raJi Iervvingterntt4ie
IJm1raJi I > uaratire e Position rrlth Jk 9Y w Hork HorkConanm ork orkO
Conanm O n rn vUayvGo lon > GoA1Jrbad Alirhad Shortly Shortlyfor Shortlyor Short r rOr
for or Several Jionths Resl flernfw Real Realkew
l kew k York March mItobert Hobert B B Arm Armtreng Aymstrong
strong atroIIr who was formerly l metly Asahttant Asahttant3eer IIIdIIta lit litry me meInevetary
3eer Inevetary Ury ry of the Treamuy ry resigned rgnedt r gned as asnreaiQent 1 1president
president t ef the Casualty Company of ofAmerica oftodaJo me meAmerica
America today Mr Armstrong had been beenpresident beenPt8IIh1ent beerpresident
president oJ o the company since March MarchHO MareltTIae MarchThe
The directors accented a h his resignation resignationant rasignstlonaM
ant at t Mr Armstrongs rom ramnet made the thesame tin tinsonie
same effective at once 0IICe that be might ee eecore eacure
core rest made imperative he by a recent t tYeN se severe soyen ¬
YeN yen attack of typhoid r rAatrew fever feverAndrew feverAedrew
Andrew Freedman te supposed to be a aeenUMHng i I Iapitsalhiog
eenUMHng t factor to the company C One C
ef the othcers ef the company tettaotted ted
that It was very loath to part with Mr
Armstrongs nII8t < services servicesPhysician MrYIeePlaTlllclan ervIeesPhysician
Physician Orders Him to Quit QuitMr QultMr QuitMr
Mr Mr Armstrong A said fete oncer oMker wa was wastaken S Sta1en
taken HI with typhoid fever Jejit lngtJuly tJw July and aRelIIOt ass I
bee not bent well since He has been beenanaMe beenWe S Susable
usable We to attend to all kin busIness 1MI8hMa and anden aadWedfte am I Ien
en Wednesday ay his resignation was laid teWbefore laidWore he I Ibefore
before the directors at their meeting ateeUghe meeUn meeUnWhen
When he no action was taken takenm takenMr Mr MrArmstrong MrArmetron MrArmstrong
Armstrong Armetron sent a letter stating that m t bn bnthe onN hi S She
the he order C ner ef his physician he e must give giveup giveup gir C Cup
up his business bu tneas immediately Jmmedla ly and asked askedthat ukedthat sake I Ithat
that it be accepted at once which was wasdone wasdo wa B Bdone
done do riser i is
There no unpleasantness unpJantn re regarding reardtngthe regarding ¬
garding ardtngthe the matter and Mr Armstrong Armstron I
would undoubtedly have continued te teserve toMe t S Sserve
serve Me as president Itre ldent had his health per permitted permlttaL
mitted I believe
Sought to Stop Accident Fraud Fraud1Ir FraudsMr
I j Mr Armstrong Annat ng it is 1 said intends to toCo ti S
50 abroad for a rest of 0 several ywaj months monthsHe mOlathHe
He was a Chicago newspaper man when whenhe
he met Secretary of the Treasury Leslie LealieJtt
M Shaw haw The Tb latter latt r upon hi h his appoint appolntIMt
mont as head ef the Treasury made madeMr madeCr madeMr
Mr Armstrong his private secretary
Later he was appointed Assistant Sec Secretary SecretAry
retary of the Treasury and remained remainedas
as a such until March 19M 19MThe 1901The 1501The
The Casualty Company of America was
formed by Andrew Freedman and others
and nd Mr Ir Armstrong succeeded ed Mr Freed Freedman Freedman
man as president presidentMr prHldentIr presidentMr
Mr Ir Armstrong rliWtrong has been a leading
flgun recently in the movement to step st p
accident frauds and was instrumental Instmme tal In Inorganizing 1ftorganizing inorganizing
organizing the society tor this purpose of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which he was the tint president presidentSPENDS pruklentSPENDS presidentSPEN3S
Depew Circulates 30OOOO Copies of ofAddresses ofAddreHAePrlntlug ofAddressesPrinting
Addresses AddreHAePrlntlug Printing Bill DIG BisTwo DIGTwo 111gTwo
Two men and three boys employed m mthe In hrthe
the foJdtogroom of the Senate are com completing eomplotlng eonsplating ¬
plating a two weeks > Job in mailing out outto titto
to Senator Depews constituents OOn tltuents in New
York copies of the Senators speeches de de ¬
livered Itv rd during the late session of Con Congrese Congr Congrese
grese gr By arrangement with the Govern Government Goemment Governmoat ¬
ment Printing Office Senator Depew has hashad M8bad bchadprinted
had hadprinted printed rtnted 800010 copies of his speeches speechesand spe speechesand ehuand
and these are being mailed in Inbundles bundles to toevery toCNry toCvOtY
every postmaster ter In the State for dis distribution distribution diatributton ¬
tribution tributionEach tribution7Eaeh tributtonBach
Each speech is separately printed peiat and
one of each is inclosed in an envelope
The postmasters are expected to dic dicvrlbute die di5rlbute dierrtbpte
vrlbute these envelopes among the thepat1ODS patrons
of their respective offices Senators and
Representatives are required to pay for torexu forextra
extra copies of their speeches printed for
distribution and it is estimated that Sen Senstar ¬
star at r Depews printing bill will be some ¬
where between bet en i000 1000 000 and ynd 1000 1000Todof 8000 8000Today 5000To4n
Today To4n at n Sloans SloansA Slonnallarg
A large larg and attractive sale of desirable
furniture from a K street residence a Io 10 ¬
cs cal storage warehouse and other sources
takes place at Sloans 1467 G at today to ay
at 10 a a m An unrestricted auotton to
which f housekeepers and de dealers arc
vitoci 1 te 1
A A la Carte Lnnch Served 5erT d Daily
At Keksteins from K l to 03 3 lilt N Y Y ave aveAlabama are4labama
Alabama Flooring mostly edge e ge grain
Winner Murdered f rdered as a Result of ofThreecornered ofThreecorneled ofThreecornered
Threecornered Game GameNew game gameN GameNew
New N York March 2 JCoroner > Coroner Amblor Amblorhelri AmblorheIri Amblerhebi
helri aa Inquest today at Jamaica L 1 1 I Iinto IInto IInto
into the tit death d ftth of Vito VUtlno who was WSBshot wa wasoot wasshot
shot I Ja the yard of his home at 73 7 Ridge Ridgestreet RidgeauNt RidgeEtrt
street Astoria early this month As a aresult a arfllktU azult
result zult ef the InquIry the the coroner ordered orderedthat eJJ orderedthat ered
that that Oarmullo carmulla rrnulo Deteantanfo Dete ntcrmio It be Is found foundbe foundbe foundbe
be held Jletdfor for the grand Jury Giuseppe GiuseppeAdtio GtUSiDP8cttO Gluseppetdto
Adtio tdto was ra held h ld as a witness witnessVlto w1tn w1tnVU wItnessVito
Vlto VU llunaaello whq was wounded at atthe atu atthe
the SlIme rime t testified Uat at Deteantanlo Deteantaniodid Deteantanlodid Deteantanlodd
did the snootin shooting The witness said be beght hetdotmght
t ottght ght that the missing man had prob probabfcr probably probaW
ably fled to Europe EuropeDetsativa EuropeDetMtl EuropeDetelitive
Detsativa DetMtl Graham of Brooklyn filed an anaffidavit anatflda1tt apailklavlt
affidavit In In which ho said that ho had hadsecured ladsecul liedsecured
secured from an Italian woman who lives livesNear livesear livessear
Near ear the house at which the shootfng shootingS
t took place Information to the effect that
the UIeSb teeshoottng shooting was the sequel to a a game of ofiKee
diN According A e rdlngto to her story stor Dateantanlo D te ntanlo
Vlttine VIttin and anothgn man threw dice to toset tosee
set who should sh uld wed a certain yffQng
n Italian lI ft woman and that VltUno was w S this thawinner th thwlnlNJr thiswhiner
winner The shooting In the yard fol tollowed followed ¬
lowed lowedKISS
Minister of Georgia Georla Baptist Church ChurcliLoses OhurohLOlles ChurchLoses
Loses His Place Place8f PlaceIe
8f fal ts I TIle rlie W WubiegismI rteisrf llld B ShreW HtnUAtlanta nwAt1aRta ShreWAtlanta
Atlanta At1aRta Qa ia March 2 tAt At a meet meeting1 meetID meetin ¬
ing1 ID of the tit board of deacons of the theBdgewood theBdgewoo4 theEdgewood
Bdgewood Baptist Ba tlst Church Chu h Rev G LL LLBarawell 1JlamweU Lflaruwell
Barawell was discharged dl charged from the theetutrefe tholek theeknesk
lek etutrefe rek on the charge admitted by him himof himor
of attempting att ptlng to toklss kiss Mr tInt Mrs C A A Lon LonOR
don OR the wife wIt wIfe of the Sunday school schoolsuperintendent sehool8ICtGrntendent schoolsuperintendent
superintendent of the church churchH churchr churchHer
H Her r husband leaching a ehebt b ebt ut the af ¬
fair front his wife went to the hom kpmp af a
Mr Bnrnwell forced him to return to tetIme
tIme t London home hODe and anllth8I tharo the Wlt WJ wItr Jj0yi Jj0yiMrtlea L LperUse
parti perUse Mrtlea prompt learned th thfwbole thlwhoIOfadtk wlaol facts
Mr I tr London says that the minister
kissed his wife The pastor states he heonly heOilly i ionly
only made the attempt attemptHND attemptFIND attemptPflID
Soldiers oJdlen Refuse to Reenlist in Cuba CubaPrefer CubaIrefer Cubalrefer
Prefer Coast Artillery ArtilleryHKVWB Artillery1IaYaa ArtilleryHavain
HKVWB March 3 tThe The enlisted per peraonnoi perSOft personnet
sonnet SOft of the American AmerleaJiarDlY army of oecu oecuMUfcia oceua occupata
MUfcia a te 1 becoming depleted because becausethe 1Jecaus8tile becausithe
the men will not nOt reenlist t as they do donot doRot d S Ssot
not like to serve in ft Cuba Great dUll dlffloultr dltlleuU dUllcuiW
euU oultr is found tou in seeurin securing recruits in in
Stat States tates Scores of men are areleaving arevlnt
leaving vlnt upon the expiration of their theirterm theirterM
term of o enlistment enlistmentThe qlJtpteatThe
The new system nsiem or erdftoun rar arduous uB prnetlea prnetleamavches iusetIocsearches ulleLteewelles
searches welles in the summer te brigade brJgndecamps hrJpdecaN
camps caN is ntakln making the service distasteful dlsUstftfulto dlfltast f1d f1dt
to many Manx Meonof CMoC of the men discharged
here are going ltg heme to enlist Ust in the
Coast Artillery where they will Ul re remaln relIIaln
main at one station and have an easy eas
life without any practice march marches marehosMRS marchesMRS as asMRS
MRS SAGE GIVES 50000 50000Presents 50000Preaene 5OOOOPresents
Presents Additional Sum to Sag liar Harbor IIftrbor ¬
bor School SchoolSag Schoolas SchoolSag
Sag Harbor Long Island March MerckWetd 29 29Word a aWen
Word has Just been received v here by Vil Village Village VIIleg ¬
lage leg President Pre William ReWrcfm that thatMrs tJuat tJuatMIs tlsetMrs
Mrs Russell Sage S g has Jt s given an additional additionalKMM addlU additionalh5W nal naltowal
KMM h5W tewMti the n new w school which te to toL
he erected The money er is l to go with tat tbatwhfc tatwsIk
wWcIi whfc Mta M r Sage1terPJIIIInIer Sage haealusgtvst1 haealusgtvst1tOWer e lwr gtvaft wit witHMmwftt
HMmwftt t tOWer 1terPJIIIInIer fter 10 meYlter her wh wbcJ r was WUb born i I
here The new school when w eom completed eompletedwW completedwill I ted tedwill
will be the th finest in the State StateThe StateTIae StateTb
The Tb onh only Mrs
sMpulation Sage makes makeswith I Iwith
with her b gift is that the building be fire fireproof fireNQ lireproof ¬
proof NQ t throughout throughoutROOSEVELT tJuOugJl vt vtROOSEVELT
Hon John r ohn H Bell of Canada Canada Describes DesoribesInterview De Dcsoribes ¬
scribes soribesInterview Interview with President PresidentBelieves PresidentDellevos PresidentBelieves
Believes Japanese Style of Wrest WrestUBS Wresthug relit relitUng
hug Should Sh uld Be Introduced Introducedin
in West Vest et Point PointBoston PointBo8C PointBeston
Boston March HThe Tlte Hon iou John n H HBell HBeD
BeD Bell mi Canada ea while vtettta visiting g thIs coos 1 c ctry
try motPreMent PrMlMnt Roesereit He deeerfbas deeerfbasUs dMerfh describeshiaIoss 8 8Ida S
Us hiaIoss Lq > raoe ons thus thusI
I met the President through Senator SenatorProctor SenatorPNctor SenatciProctor r
Proctor There was no formality When Whenthe Whenthe Who I
the President t understood that I I had been beenin lHteRIn beerlvi t It
in public fife in Canada he Instated on my mysitting m msitting
sitting in Ms chair of state while whO he at attended attoIIded attsadd ¬
tended to sttfle S4ft e pressing preB tng busIness bustne Then
Senator Proctor and I were called into inti intihis
his private omee for a turther further chat chatThe hat hatI
I The President Pre ldent was quite faIHar with withail intl intlnil 1tb I
i ail Canadian matters mattersThen asetteneThen lllttenh
Then h the conversation COftyer atlon turned d to t hunt ¬
ing By B the way ay said he to me memust < I Imust 1muat
must tell you that Senator Proctor Is my mymentor mymentor m C Centor
X mentor m entor in hunting huntingTurning buntl huntingTurnIng g gTurning
Turning to Senator Proctor the Presi President PrEdeIIt Presiust ¬
dent d ust mid Senator I have been thl lkJn
es riovell htving vlng the Japanese Japanese system systemof
0 of o f wrestling introduced into the schools schoolsat schoolsat schoolst
i at a t West Point It is not so gentle as asfootball asootball
fe f football f but it would be excellent exer exercise exercIe oxenlse ¬
e cise lse for the boys boysI x xI
I must apologize Mr President said saidenator
Senator S enator Proctor but I dont Tcnpw kIt W what whate
the th e Japanese system sysom te Is Perhaps you youwill
will w in explain eXplfllnThe explaInrho explainThe
The President Pr k1eftt then ep axpkined 6X lftlned the tb sys system Sstena sysern ¬
t tem ern to the full satisfaction of the Senator Senatorand Senaturand Senatornd
s and a nd showed sho him how to stand an op opponent ¬
ponent J p oneert at on Ids head headPraise he headPraise d dPraise
Praise From Abroad AbroadThe AbroadThe AbroadThe
The head of a large J r English firm firmwhich finnwhich firmwhich
which advertises extensively n il that thatcountry thatcountry thatcountry
country and recently has begun to touse t tuse to touse
use advertising space pllce in the news newsjMpers newsJMllpers newspejiers
jMpers of the United States in in a let letter letter letten ¬
ter to the i firms New York repre representative representative repretentative ¬
sentative says saysWe saysYe sayswe
We Ye received a copy of The TheWashington TheWllIfhInston TheWashington
Washington Herald which we weexamined weOxamlned e exan
examined xan necl with critical care car We Wecannot Wecannot Wecannot
cannot commend It too highly
lie rending Ing Is clean and well wellwritten weltwritten
written and Its editorial tone
healthier h than any American Amerl n pa paper JRper paper ¬
per that th t has come com under our no notice noUee notiec ¬
tice We like it very much and andwe andwe andwe
we oommend it It to your our favorableacu4n favorable favorableaction favorableactl6es
action Of course this fa a mat matter mlttthat mattpt ¬
ter that is entirely within your yourown yourowe oor oorOWR
own province and your own judg judgment judgment jUdgmoist ¬
ment But we all like its makeup makeupand makeupand makeupand
and its lack of sensational tea features teatur teaturse ¬
tures tur which 1tleh sometimes mar your yournewspapers yourDespo yournewspnpecL
newspapers newspapersThis Despo newspnpecLThis PiMS PiMSThis
This This keen appreciation apprec appredatloir ation of the themerits themerits thenierits
merits of The Washington Herald Heraldas
as a newspaper is shared by the New
York agents to whom it was written writtenand writtenand writtenand
and it it may maybe be added that advertising advertisingagents advertisingaents
agents 3 ents throughout the country are arcreadily arereadily arereadily
readily realizing reali ng the superior value valueof valueof valueof
of this newspaper as a medium of ofrcachincr o oreiching orchching
rcachincr the nConl p people of the fanihil
ana and surrounding country countryFlowers countryFlottNI countryFlowers
Flowers from Blnckfatone
Make acceptable Baster offerings OfferIngs 11th H IIi HReduced HReduced
i Reduced to J260 per 100 ft tt
oAI Jlt1 Jlt1BRY
Now favors State and fed federal lcderatRegulation Federal ¬
eral eratRegulation eratRegulationGIVES Regulation JRegulatioiiGIVES RegulationGIVES
Thinks Government Govcrnl11entShoul1 Should Own OwnTrunlv OwnTlunJt OwnTrunk
Trunk Line LineQuestion Lill LillQuelltlon LiiieQuestion
Question Sot ot Yet Ready flendyfor for Con Consideration Can1deratlo Conideratlon ¬
sideration 1deratlo and Nebraskan Xebra k n Believes BelievesRegulation DelleTesRegulation BelievesRegulation
Regulation Is Necessary Seoeuar Until Peo People PeopIe Pen Penpie ¬
pIe Are re Prepared PrepnredNo So Danger of ofSupervision ofSupervldon ofSupervision
Supervision Being Carried TooFar TooFarWrites TooFarWrite TooFarWrite
Write Henry M Whitney WhitneyXew WhItneyNew VhUnerNew
New York York March 3s ILAt At the instance instanceof Inltanceof Instanceof
of Henry M Whitney Whltneyot of Bo BoeJon on William WilliamJ
J Bryan recently wrote out and sent to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Whitney Whltn Whttnei a detailed statement of his hisviews hisViews
views oanosrntng g railroad supervision supervisionwith suervIsinn suervIsinnwith rvlsion rvlsionWitll
with particular Teference to the evils evilsarising evilllarJalng evilsarising
arising out of UM present pre Rt antirailroad anUrallroadlegislaUon antirailroadegislation
legislation legislationThis legislaUonThis l egislationThis
This statement which was w solicited by
Mr Whitney Whltne at a dinner di recently Uy at attended at attended attended ¬
tended in Boston at whisk Mr Bryan Bryanwas JlrylUtwas Bryanwarn
was a guest represents a moffincation moffincationof OdtdCttOSof ato atoot
of Mr lr Bryans BrnJtSOdgioal original attitude toward towardgovernment towardgov towardgovernment
government gov rament ownership ownershipMr owel8JdpMr ownershipMr
Mr Bryan says 888 eny IB part pnrtI partam
I am in favor of both national and andtate
State tate regulation of railroads but I als alsbelieve al also alsobelieve o obelllWe
believe that public ownership is the ulti ultimate ultimate ultimete ¬
mate solution of the railroad d question
In my discussion on the subject I base hevepointed ha hap basepointed
pointed p lnted out that because of the danger dangerof dang dangof
of centraHwUion C la owner
ownership by the theFederal
Federal government of all the lines I Iprefer Ipr6fer Iprefer
prefer a system by which the Federal Federalgovernment Fed Federatgovernment ra1 ra1government
government will be confined to the neces necessary necessary macccsary
sary trunk lines the ownership of the rest restof re restof t tof
of the lines to be left to the States StatesNot StatesXnf
Not an Immedfutc TmtnpdInf Question
This bl however h W Mr is not an immediate ques question quesioms ¬
tion t ioms at least I am sot sure that th the peo people peoie ¬
ple p ie are ready read to consider con tder the question of ofpublic otpub ofublic
public p ublic ownership and until uRtlItbey they are r rMdy raad raado ady
to t o consider eon lder that que question Uoa the interest t is iscantered isoent ismotored
cantered oent lretl in regulation As an advocate advocateof adwCateof
of o f regulation of the
strictest sort 8Ort I can cansay CL1say canay
say c ay to you rou that there is no danger what whatever whatover whatver ¬
ever e ver that this regulation will be carried carriedto
to t o the point 1 of preventing lKev ttftg a a reasonable ie re return Ttturn yeurn ¬
turn t urn on money invested in the th railroads railroadsof
of t the country countryAnd countryARd countryAnd
And I can assure re you that whatever whateverpubMe whateerpublte whateverpublic
public ownership te adopted by the States Statesor StatuGr Statesr
or o r by the
nation the stockholders tockhold ra may ma maGXpeet
expect to receive a a prim prieII at at1eut least equal to
the value of the ghysteal > properties of the theroad thero thereed
road ro d
roadThe dT1te
The trouble fe that the railroads n have havewatered h havewatered < ve vewatered
watered the stock t and have compelled the thenubile thipubhe t h hpublic
nubile to py dlvfd dtv4dids ads and interest upon
fictitious fietI tIogs CApiULltaathM L 7ttr fc ruented yeseptsiand
Wjurtiac ti and very verysjbtiu at etty buc bucett
their ett lr reconhimt t selit ttatW ust1rfled ehrrted to tha thapoint thlpoInt thcjpoint
point of doing injustice to the owners of 0
the stock stockIVo swkXo stockrio
rio Disposition DIpo ltlon to Confiscate ConfiscateWhen C ConfiscateSheii n1llCRte n1llCRteI1eR
When I1eR the vahte of the roads is ascer ascertained alPTtallted asertetlned ¬
tained I am sathtfed fied that public Ubltc semi semintetit 5entiment centimeet
meet will Insist that the returns shall he besufficient hesu1Dcleat heaufflelent
sufficient to pay a reasonable dividend dividendupon dividendupon
upon upon the money invested investedla investedIn ted tedHIft
HIft la ease the Ut various States or the na nation naUn naden ¬
den decide to enter upon public owner ownership ownerp ownership ¬
ship p of the roads rOada there would be no nodisposition 110dlspo rr rrdisposition
disposition dlspo ltlon to rONAecate the property T Tam Talft Iam
am satisfied fted that hi the purchase of roads roadsthe roadsthe roadsthe
the public would be much more apt to topy topay tupay
pay more than the roads are worth gather gatherthan athErUlan athcr athcrthan
than less There te Ii therefore no rea reason reaSOft yeaSOit ¬
son why a person hnvfcg g money to lnvtt JnH t
in railroads should sh not be willing to in invest tnv Invest ¬
vest v 5t upon an honest basis at this time timefor timffor timefor
for BO future legislation would deny him hima 111mI hIma
a fair return returnNo returnNo returnNo
I No railroad regulation regul rguiatioA will be sustained sustainedby IUBtatntJby susta1nelby
by the courts that does injustice to the theowners
i owners of the railroad and if public publicownership publicownersWp publicupcn
ownership is decided upcn the govern government governmeat ¬
i meat Jft8 t cannot take the roads without pay p
i Ing what hat the roads are worth worthCourts worthCourt worthCourts
Courts Would ould Give Protection ProtectionI
I think I can speak for those who be believe belfeve behere ¬
here In regulation regulauonand and I know that there thereIs thereIs thereIs
Is not and never has J been danger of in injustice injustice injustice ¬
justice to the owners of the railroad an1 an1If an anIe anIIf
If I can speak for those who believe that thatthe thattho thatthe
the ultimate ulth ate solution of the railroad is to tobe tobe tobe
be found In public ownership P I can siv sivthat II1Vthat c u v vthat
that there is no disposition tlon to confiscate confiscaterailroad confiscaterallrood confiscaterailroad
railroad property even If the courts courtswould courtswould courtswould
would premit it itHUGHES ItHUGHES it itH1JGHES
Sew ew York Yo Issues Requisition on DU DUtrict Dr DrtrJct Dlifrict
trict of Columbia ColumbiaAlbany ColumbiaAJbaru ColumbiaAlbany
Albany N Y March 25Oev GoV Oov Hughes Hvphestoday HhestodAy Hughestoday
today issued reqoisiUoas upon the chief chiefjustice thtttJustice chiefjustice
justice of the Supreme Court C kurt urt of the Dis Distriet Dlstrlet 1lstriet
triet of Columbia for the return to this thisState thisS8t8 thisSate
State of Joseph Piggott who is charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with violating o1oh ng his parole from Sing sing singprison SingJlrison Singprison
prison where he was sent after convic conviction ron1ction conviction ¬
tion for grand gnt d larceny for stealing cloth clothing clothtftg clothhug ¬
hug and money on January 13 1904 in
Brooklyn and UPQI1Aha upoa th governor of Cali California California Callfornla ¬
fornia for Joseph Jo eph Risks who ran away
from New York City t on July 4 last lev leving lea leaIng ieavlug
ing his family without means of support supportBlaha supportBJal supportBlaha
Blaha has nine children the eldest but
fifteen years Ye rs of age ageFAISE 8C 8CFAlSE agePAISE
Indisposition Indl poJilltion cf Spanish Qnee QneeStarts Queea QueeaI QueeaStarts
Starts Rumor of Accouchement AccouchementMadrid AocouohementMadrid AccoucliementMadrid
I Madrid March 29 tThe Tbe palace staff staffwas stattwas
was 555 electrified today by the belief U t that thatthe thatthe thattho
the Queen had been accouched some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what prematurely prematurelyHer prematurelJHer prematurelyHer
Her majesty was attacked by a sud sudden sutlden suddon ¬
den indisposition IndlS Osltlon and her English phy phystaian phy1I1t11 phyniclan
1I1t11 staian was hastily called The trouble troubleprpvod troubllprpvod trorh1eprpved
prpvod to be duly temporary and the theQueen th thQueen theQueen <
Queen recovered It is expected that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the event will take place not later laterthan lat laterthan r rthan
than the middle of April AprilHer AprilHer
Her JJer physicians have MV advised < 1 the theKing theKing theKing
King to shorten as much asNposslbie po8llIble his hisvisit hsvisit hLsvISIt
visit to Cartagena Cartage whert he is going oing
to meet King Edward EdwardRoosevelt BdanIRoolleTelt EdwardRoosevelt
Roosevelt Store Burns BurnsLa BurnlllLa BurnsLa
La Croase WIs March 38 Fire Pt today todaypartially todaypartially
partially destroyed fee buildings occupied occupiedby ocupl ocuplby occupiedby
by the La Crosse a Candy aMy ily and Cracker CrackerCompany CracktrComprltlT CrackerCompany
Company and the W A A Roosevelt Reo Com Company Company Cornparry ¬
pany wholesale ale plumbing supplies ppUea en entailing entailing errtailing ¬
tailing a loss lossof of Jlfift000 iwoco iwocoooooo
20000 0000 Easter Illlea and itnd nd Blooming Plants PlantsRetailed PlantaRetrilled PleatsRet
Retailed Ret iled at wholesale whol Al orices 111cc at Kramer Kramers s
the Florist 916 F at at RW RWDaltlmore nw awfleltimore
Daltlmore and Retnrn 1125 1
rnltlmorc iiimorc nn nnEvery anti Ohio It It R REvery itEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All trains
both ways both days except Royal Lim ¬
ited City offices 1411 HK1sC ct 0 sC and SIS Si PenaL Penaaave Pennale
ave avaIJbbeyfCotbstandNowYorIsays
Ubbey IJbbeyfCotbstandNowYorIsays 8 Co 5th st and New YorK art an

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