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NO22ft WASHINGTON Y A D T C 1 THURSDAY UTT A V MAY 7TA V 23 OQ 1907 1Qfl ONE 11NtP
GORTELYOU tORTELYOUA GIVEN GIVENA GIVENA
A SIGNAL OVATION OYATIONFive OVATIOFFive
Five Hundred Postal Em Employes EmploJes Eiup103eS ¬
ployes Cheer His NameA Name Naiiier
r 1 1A A TIP TO POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSTells POST IASlERS IASlERSTells
Tells Them hem to Stand by r the Gov Governor Go GoClllOl Govcriior ¬
ernor and ulHlllcsidcllt ulHlllcsidclltDnnClueterll PresidentBanqueters President PresiclciitInnquefcrs
Banqueters In IJiithnilasin DeclareFormer neelnrcIrormer Declare IevlarcFormer
Former Postmaster Gentrrnln Pub Public 111111Hc Iuhlie ¬
lie Career Han U I1z lot ot Knilcil lnclellCalJlllct lnclellCalJlllctOmecr EflhIeICLIJIflLtOflicer Cabinet CabinetOflicor
Oflicor Diftcusftint Postal Service ServiceVrge SerlcclrgeH criceUrgw
Vrge Parly Itrt Reward with IllchcNt IllchcNtConsideration HI II1IICP4tCun8kIerniIun hct hctConslderniloll
Consideration Honever for Merit
Nn York a ay 2IGeorge L George Bruce Cor Corteiyou Cortelyou Cottelyou ¬
telyou when he was holding down an ob obpcure obCure obcure
Cure dealt as a 1 a clerk in the New Ne York Yorkpostoffice Yorkpostolllce Yorkpostomee
postoffice never could have foreseen for eei the thedemonstration qe t4iedetnonsratlon
demonstration he was w wa to get tonight at ata t tIL ata
a dinner tendered to him at UnJ th Hotel HotelAstor HotelAstor 1Iott4Astor
Astor by more than 900 OO po postaL post I employes employesof einpIoY einpIoYof
of this th and other States S Ltes He wu cheered cheeredtime cbet red redtime
time and time again In Ify oy the postal men mennot mennllt mennot
not only onl throughout his bl speech In which whichhe whlcbh
he h reviewed some OthO of the achievements achievementsof
of the postoffice poeto but also when Charles CharlesKmorjr ChaJhMJmol7 Chrle ChrleEmory
Emory mol7 Smith former Postmaster Po Gea Geaeral Geaual Geeral
eral ral spoke of him blat as a Cabinet officer officerof ttllcerOr umeerf
of f all the piaoss pa and asked them If his hiscareer blstareer hisiareer
career had ended yet et Tban there were wereloud wereloud werelOUd
loud cries CuSS of o DO and Mr r Smith alth re responded re rePCIMhd repon4ed ¬
sponded spondedYou PCIMhdYou pon4edYou
You have made the answer answerThere nswerThere r rThere
There were several notable nota outbursts of ofcheeriiur orcheertn ofcheerIng
cheerIng < at the dinner One of the occa occasions oecaslolUl occaions ¬
sions ions when the big ballroom ra
rang cams camswhen cam3hen cam camwhen
when hen Mr r Cortelyou talked about the duty dutyof dutyof dutyof
of postmasters first to be good citizens rittaensand dthlensnnd citizensand
and join the President or governor ia ialighting I Il1ghtl ifighting
lighting l1ghtl the battle for good cttiaenship cttiaenshipShould cltlaenllblpShunlcl cittaenshipSliunisi
Should IInc Up UI with ItIi Governor GovernorTurning GnlrnurTu antertiorTundag
Turning Tu toward Timothy L I Wood Woodwho Woodruffwho Woodruff Woodruffwho <
who sat t within withl one place of him him Mr MrCortelyott MrCnrtelyou Ir IrCortelou
Cortelyott said saidHere aidHere saidHere
Here In this 0 Empire State of ours oursthere DUIIIthere oursthere
there has been no opportunity greater greaterthan srterthan rzeter rzeterthan
than the present pr for an exhibition of ofthese tfthl8e 01there
these qualities for aa exertion of Into in influence intluence Influence ¬
fluence fluenceIt tluenceIt
It didnt take the poeto postoak men 0 a sec second Ieond ec econd ¬
ond to see what Mr r Cortelyou was s driv driving drivIng drIving ¬
ing at ad at this
Invitation to back up u I IGov
Gov Hughes H U as they took it they the rose roseto JOIIeto roa roato
to their thelrfeet feet and cheered cheered just as a8 they the dM dMa dhla dka
a moment later when hen Mr Corteiyou Corteiyouppoke Corttlyoupoke I Iipoke
poke of o some of the appointments ef efPresident 8CPrfSldent olPresident
President Roosevelt Roo evelt The dinner was a ar arranged arranged atranged ¬
ranged by the Presidential postmasters IOIItmt n of ofthis orthis olthis
this Stale StaI and their staffs the postoffice postofficeinspectors postomcer t tpctors
inspectors r pctors tor and the Railway Mail laiI Service Servicei ServIe1a4z
1a4z i 1II1 ads Almost lmo t every eve r postmaster poe tmastf r in the theState theState
State was there and there were also alsopresent alsolf sL sLI
present lf I > sf aent > nt men holding down the same Job Jobin jo joIn
in New e 4er Jeqsy oy and Connecticut ConnecticutThe CoanooticutThe t tThe
The cnypl WAS w w two tog lff lffto tot the tkto bifrrsam bifrrsamto
to hold and M overflow OYtrftoweo overftowMl 1Uo Into to some of thefmanerroolftL thernai1Cr the thesmaller
fmanerroolftL smaller rooms PO Postmaster Wlllcox < sat t
at M ir corteiyou left left awl former Post Postmaster POIItmaster PostThater ¬
master General Smith at his hi right with withanother withantth withanuthet
another antth exPostmaster txPoIItma ter General not far faraway fara1taGtn farawayGen
away a1taGtn Gen Thomas I James Among
tup tll others at the th head tab table was Con Congressman CongllSSl11aD Congrcsztnan ¬ i
gressman HcCleary of Minnesota MinnesotaTalk Mlnnfsotala1l MinnesotaTalk
Talk la1l to Postmasters PostmastersMr POltmn PosinitiatersMr lterH lterHMr >
Mr CortelYou in hie h speech reviewing reviewingpome reYle1DffOme rerIewIn rerIewIntome
tome of his efforts e orts made while he was 88 at atth atth atthe
th the < > head of the department referred r err8t1 to tothe toth tothe
th the change c made In the appointment of offourthclass otfourthc offourthclass
fourthclass fourthc postmasters which he said saidwas laidwas saidwas
was no longer Ion r a Krewanl reward for political ac activity 8etivIty scttvlty ¬
tivity He also quoted from an address addresshe MddreMhe addresahe
he had made while hUe Postmaster General Generalwarniiur GeneraJwarning Generalwarning
warning warniiur them not to take wart partin in faction
IlI I political attire inie ConUnbns uoHunnimj JUT lr r cor cortelyou Cor Cortlyou
telyou said saidAnd saidAnd saidAnd
And now let me me speak directly to the thepostmasters thepostmaaters tbepnstmastera
postmasters who hold a peculiarly close closerelation ckMerelation closerelation
relation to the department and to the
pen people eOpf penpie ¬
pie > In many man cases a postmaster trnaater Is the theonly theonly theonly
only representative of the national gov government government government ¬
ernment in a community communl How impor important hapottant ¬
tant It is then that he should not only
keep a model office o lce but that his influence influenceIn
In his community should be thrown upon uponthe uponth uponthe
the th ride of law and order and decency ftC ftCa
and a nd good government govenu nL whether lHther they the be
typified > d in the person of a President Pre or orgovernor orgOfrnor orgovernor
governor or mayor or other constituted constitutedauthority conatltutedauthority constitutedauthority
authority who to fighting the battles of ofgood oCgood ofgnd
good citizenship citizenshipPatronage dtlzenshlpPatrOOAlJ8 citizenshipPatrouage
Patronage dispensed dlll 1 on the old sordid
lines is a to
curse any administration or orany orany oranY
any party But reforms to be practical practicalmust practicalmust practicalmust
must be reasonable No true reformer reformerwill reformerwill reformerwilt
will decry party part organization and just justrecognition JustrelognlUon justrecognition
recognition of party part service I believe
therefore in rewarding rewardi party service ned
In opening the door of opportunity to toevery toeVEry toevery
every worthy aspirant for public station
but the motto should be Merit first first poll
tis afterward afterwardIiitoKrltj arteanfJnt afterward1iierrJty
IiitoKrltj Jnt rlh of Department DepartmentIn
In these days when we hear so much muchof muchof muchof
of delinquencies in private business s life lifeand 1feand lifeand
and when such sharp criticism has been
directed toward certain features of
our ourpostal ourpo ourpostal
postal po tal affairs ratrs it Is welt II to remember rememberthat rellKmberthat rememberthat
that that just ju t as in private life we often fail
to discriminate between the good and the
bad when in truth we forget that bust business bustness l lnf ¬
ness nf > 5S In the main is honestly conducted conductedso conductedBO
so as to many features of
government governmentwork governmentwck governmentwck
wck we fall into the same errors In Inppite InFpite Inepite
ppite of defects In the postal service it
Is a very significant fact that the regis m ¬
try t tr service lIenice after half a century c ntury of ex ¬
istence f ten = e shows for the fiscal year ended
June JO fl 1161 a percentage percentA e of loss Jo s from fromnil fromnl
nil a causes cau Including burglary bllr ry theft theft and
fir tiff > of only 31090 31l of 1 per cent Some Someprivate Someprivate Someprivate
private business enterprises may 1ftA in cer ¬
tain tam directions yield better financial re re ¬
turns but they cannot show a higher higherstandard hlrherstandard higherstandard
standard of integrity or a more faithful faithfulperformance faithfulprformance faithfulperformance
performance of duty dut
EYELASHES MADE TO ORDER ORDERLondon ORDERLOlltlon ORDERLondon
London Women oUlln Create Dig Business Hnilncnsfor DOMlnCIIfol Businessfor
for Ingenious Inventor InventorLondon IncntorLonltan InventorLnndon
London May Ma 221 2lPleaEe Please send me an anotiMTdoaen anNIr ancthr
otiMTdoaen NIr dozen eyelashes eyelashesThis eyelash8This eyeiasheeThis
This is a sample of numerous orders ordersbfing ordershfing ordersiing
bfing received by an ingenious inventor inventorwho inventorwho r rWh
who Wh has ha created a demand dem nd among female
beautyseekers bfautYeeekerw1or for false t J lashes to replace replacenatures replacen replacenatures
natures n < eye fringes with which the own owners owners ownera ¬
ers are re dissatisfied dissatisfiedThe dl8MtfaftedThe dissatisfiedThe
The patentee claims that hundreds of ofwomen oCWomfn ofwonien
women are eagerly eprl buying the eyelashes eyelashesespecially eyelasheseSptdally eyelashesespeelahly
especially those who spend much time timeautomobUing timea timenutrimobtltng
automobUing a They Tbe visit him to be fitted
in the flrst instance In tance but after the pre ¬
liminary fixture the lashes keep in good goodFhap goodFhap goodshape
Fhap < for quite a month They rhe may then thenr thenred
r red od a littif nttl attention att nUon such as curling
with jttt warm tongs and receiving
a touch touchwith tOUlhW touchvith
with W it h a spr IIJkda lal I flaid flaidOnrn flllidOpn fluidOpn
Opn Saturday tturlla3 turl1a JInr 23 23Bargains dChlsped 13 13ChesaptdL
Chlsped ChlspedBargains 1iIb 1iIbBargains
Bargains In boards J100 OO per 100 ft It
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTFor FORECASTFor
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland rarylandPartly Partly cloudy cloudyand cloudyand cloudyand
and warmer today Tomor Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
row showers light southerly southerlywinds southerl southerlwinds southerlywinds
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPASN SUMMARYPages
Pages TELHGHAPHIC rI rBLHGiuItIlC1Cortelyou IHGnJ1l11C IHGnJ1l11ClCortelOu
1 lCortelOu Corteiyou Cheered Cheered at Banquet BanquetIBoclAll Banquet1Socialistic
IBoclAll 1 Socialistic Uc Dream Vanishes YnnlsheIGirl Vanlehie1Girl
1 IGirl Girl Slain SI ln Near New York YorkIGoms YorkIGems
1 IGoms Gems Worth a Fortuao Gono Gono5Polke GonoPolke Gone3Pollee
5Polke Polke Clash In Gould Case CaseEditor CaseEdltor CaseIditor
Editor Taft Pleased Wltk Situation SituationS Sftuathrn11Uanufac1urers SltmmtionMnufacturers
Manufacturers S Ask Tariff Revision Rei Revishan4News e e04N
4 04N 4News News WII of Maryland and Virginia 1rglnln4Korean lrgtnln4Korean
4 4Korean Korean Pagoda Stolen StolenLOCAL StolenIne StolenlOCAJi
LOCAL LOCALlTech Ine lOCAJiS I IlTech
S lTech Co D Wins Cadet Prize Drill Drill2ROOIMnlt DrillRooeeveIt
8 2ROOIMnlt Roo RooeeveIt velt Return from Pine Knot Knot3G IROLG
II 3G G W U May 1111 Purchase U Dean < wn SIte SItei SiteBrownsvfle
i 3 3 Brownsvfle Hrowns row 8vtte 1te Hearing Continues Continues3M ContinuesM
3M M K K T Sues Government G r lMnt forfWW forfWWlIal for H HDllall l l1IalI
Dllall lIal of Ancients May Ia B Be Sold Sold13Woman SoldlZWomsn 50141IWOman
13Woman as a Waaeearner Wa earner
POLICE TO STOP GRAFTING GRAFTINGCli GRAFTINGChien GRATIIGCliiengti
Cli Chien Cliiengti npo = o Chief liIt f CSIw I OI J itfOrn < leru Talk Talkiritli Inlklth lzilkvIth
iritli vIth lth Good oClcl ItcKuItsChicago ltellultsChleao ItcKuIts ItesultsChicago
Chicago May Iay 22 2Cllief Chief of Police M MShlppy MShippy I IShipp
Shlppy Shipp stood tood up before 100 men trans transferred trRnflCrred tresserred ¬
erred last night to the Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet Twenty Twentysecondstreet eeonl1 eeonl1street
street station statl Jn < and laid down the law to tothere tothem tohem
there t respecting peeUQg pollee work and graft graftThe graftrite tt ttlhe
The latter to said to have been bee wwck wwckcultivated nUlellcultivated manebcultivated
cultivated in that district In the Utead p pt ptnail t tawl
awl the former orDtfl much neglected neglectedI
HI I wish to toll you direct from UM UMmayor themayor
mayor said Id the chief that we have kmvsno haveno 18
no enemies eneml in the department to to p pish pus pushsh
ish and no friends frltnd to reward AU w wwant w wwant wwant
want Is that you OU do real efficient polk polkwork pBllee pBlleewwk polleeweek
work and Dd you ou will III yet along well with withth withtlte withthe
th the present administration administrationThe adMinIstratIon4The mlnleL Uon UonTho
The tiro time is past when ben the police policeman pollcemaD polleetuna ¬
man was the master continued the thechief thehIf thechief
chief hIf lie is th the servant of the pub publie publie publie
lie and the sooner he realises it the thebetter thebttter thebetter
better betterThis betterThis OJ OJThis
This and more in the same line and anda anda
a clear warning against accepting acceptinggraft acctpUnlJgraft acceptinggraft
graft and favors constituted the sub subject 8ubJect subjeet ¬
ject matter of the speech which set setforth eetforth setforth
forth the police policy 11011 of the new ne ad administration adminlstrntion administration ¬
ministration and the methods to be em employed emploed m mploed ¬
ploed in meeting the vice vt e conditions conditionsin
in I the South uth Side a subject that has hasengaged hasengalred hasengaged
engaged the attention of reformers reformersJOIS refor reformersMRS ere eretIltS
tIltS NEILL PLEADS GUILTY GUILTYKorriier GUILTYlorrllr GUILTYiirflier
Korriier ArliitN Art relt lstn Model Urea I ks Down DownWhen HCnl1hcli
When hcli Sentence l 111I Imposed ImposedBridgeport ImlIcdIkWseport ItuitosedDrdeport
Bridgeport Conn May Xa 22 ZCatbertne ZCatbertneNeill flCathertheNeill Catherine CatherineIseill
Iseill Neill the former artists Artist model and andchorus andch andchormm
chorus ch girl charged chaQJ d with the murder of ofher other ofher
her husband bu b nd In a hotel at Greenwich G nIth In InDecember InDeeewbfr InDecember
December last last after about five months monthsimprisonment month monthImpr monthsimprisonment
imprisonment Impr onment in the county jail was wasbrought wasbrought IY IYbrou8lU
brought before Judge Wheeler at a special specialsession epeclalJe specialzessi
session Je zessi n of the criminal Superior Su Court Courtthto Courtthis Courtthis
this evening even CVefltfl and pleaded guilty to the thecharge thechrlJe thecharge
charge of manslaughter and she was wasgiven wa wagiven wasgiven
given an inder Illdertennbtate terminate sentence of not notmore ROtmore notmore
more than nine and not 19 k than five flvayears Ivey fiveyears
years y in the State pIllIOn prteonMrs pIllIOnMra ps5OnMrs
Mrs NOW broke down after attntifttMI sentence sentenceback sentencewag
wag iapoi iapoia11
tifttMI a11 Wffie iyed iI her
back to the count county Utlty jelL
DUKES DUKBSDRBM DREAM IS SHATTERED SHATTEREDRuns SHAT1 RED REDI REDRuns
I
Runs His Estate on Socialistic Lines LinesWith LinesWith LinesWith
With Dire Results ResultsPeaftnnt1 RcsultlIeuant RcsultIensriiits
Peaftnnt1 Whom hom He IIciiKtlts Grow GrowIndolent GronIndolent Grn GrnItitloletit
Indolent and Attempt to o Hobble HobbleUp f GolpisleUI ohhle ohhleUII
Up UI All Ills III Property
Milan May B 2IDlllre Duke Duk Pompee Litta Llt l the thelast thelast theast I
last l ast member of an htotorkal Lombard Lombardfamily lAMtt lAMttfII I Ifamily
family fII Is for the moment tee most dis disappointed dI8 dI8ItJtpolntd diaepte4 ¬
appointed man n in this th city cU Kfeht ht years yearsago yearsgo I Iego
ago go he settled down here in the ancient ancientcastle altdentettltJe L Lcastle
castle ef lila h ancestors having ha until then thentraveled thentraveled I Itraveled
traveled abroad During his h wanderings wanderingshe wandert wanderthe t tlie
he became acquainted with Ith tho leaders of ofGerman ofGernuU1 01 r rGerman
German sodaHsm nn especially Herren Be Bebel Debel Behal
bel and Vollmar and became R convert convertto conYtlrtto L Lto
to their doctrines doctrinesUpon doctrinesUpon doctrinesUpon
Upon arriving vl at his
ancestral home homehe homehe i ihe
he resolved to give proof of his b l faith faithAccordingly faith faithAccordingly
Accordingly Aceontl I he withdrew wfthdre all his large largeestate larseefltate largiestate
estate surrounding IlUrlOulldln his hi mansion from the theoccupying theOCnlPYl tlu i ioccupying
occupying OCnlPYl tenants and handed It over for forcultivation tot r rcultivation
cultivation to 137 peasant families work ¬
lug < on the estate MS laborers forming formln
them into an agricultural colou colony
on so socialistic 110clalilltlc soclalisttc ¬
cialistic lines U lie charged barJJ l the new occu occupants OC ocrnapants u upants ¬
pants trifling rents rent which only aggre aggregated aggregetsi re regated ¬
gated 6900 C for the whole large property
At flrst IIIt the experiment experiment produced exc excl cl l
lent results re and the economical ecooomlc l condition conditionof i iof
of the peasants nls improved greatly Ireatl Duk Duke S
Litta L tta rejoice < l at the success of lila altru
I tom i m but prosperity proved the undoing of ofI o I
I the colony The peasants grew idle nes
tecttd to till the land and began to cut cu t
down the th timber which it hud been mu mutuall ¬
tually tuall arranged Ilrran should not be touched I
Disagreements with the proprietor on this thtesubject thissubject dii I Isubject
subject led to the rise of the agitator agitatoramong Isjtatorluoong r ramong
among the tJ community the members of ofwhich orwhih o t twhich
which were indu induced < ef1 d to claim absolute absoluteownership Mb absolutownership oluteownership
ownership of the estate and refused to towork towork 0 0 0work
work workThe workThe workThe
The duke deeply defpI wounded by the In Ingratitude Ingratitude higratitude ¬
gratitude of his beneficiaries acknowl acknowledges acknowledges ¬
edges that his dream has vanished nlshed He H e
believes that the ignorance of or the peas peasantry pe8Antr I Iantry ¬
antry Antr makes collectivism impossible at atpresent atpr a t tpresent
present pr nL Nevertheless he does not aban ¬
don hope of a golden age e In the future Cuturean futurtn41
and n41 meanwhile lie is taking the practical practicalcourse pmcU t tcourBe 1course
course of applying to the tribunals to In Insure insure Insure ¬
sure hint undisputed possession of his es esDETROIT ¬
tates tatesDETROIT tnttSDETROIT
DETROIT MILLIONAIRE DIES DIESJoseph DmSJOIIcllb DIESJocpli
Joseph II Kerry Succumb lo o Inju Injuries InjnrlcOl Injuriot ¬
riot Received a Month Auo o
Dotrolt Jicli lIch May Iay 21WhlIe While making a acall aCAli acall
call of charity charit less than three months monthsago monthsIIgO nonthsago
ago Joseph IT ITItrrl Berrv Berry worth MC OtoOOoQ 00OOQ > and andprobably andprobably andprobably
probably Michigan I1clUs nfl richest man met metwith metwith metwIth
with a slight accident from which camo camoa emmoa
a chain of ailments that resulted In his hissomewhat hIsomcwbnt hissomewhat
somewhat sudden and entirely unexpected
death at 1 oclock this morning morningBerry morningBerry
Berry Bros varnish house of which he
was the head is the largest varnish plant
in the world He was also one of the
citys largest real estate owners ownersThe ownersrhe ownersFlie
The Stockton Sale 5nl Today
The Stockton sale yesterday at Sloans
1497 G street was attended by a large
and fashionable audience and many man rare
bargains were secured by b the lovers of
the beautiful and unusual who furnish
their homes from theso sales appreciat ¬
ing the opportunity furnished there for
getting desirable pieces unobtainable else ¬
where This Tub Is an Important day In this
sale MIa many pieces of rare furniture and
articles of adornment Boydells Bo des Shake ¬
speare and other scarce editions of valu
¬
I able books being Included Morning ses ¬
I siGn at 11 beginning with 201 In the cata
logue and afternoon aftt > rnoon at 3 with 391 391Llbbey 301Llbbe l lLibbey
Llbbey Llbbe Co 6th el st and New York ave
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GIRL SLAIN IN I FIELD FIELDLoug FIELDLong FIELDLong
Long island Fanner Finds Findslioily FindsHotly FiiidsBoly
Hotly Lying in Furrows FurrowsCRIME FuriowsCRIME Ullows UllowsCRI1IE
CRIME SHROUDED IN MYSTERYAnifllu MYSTERYII1lJlI1 MYSTERY MYSTFRYtitiella
Anifllu II1lJlI1 StalToIilt Killed While hnc Dl DlKliiK HIIhlJ Iijr Iijrirliig
KliiK DandclloiiM Tiro Hiinilrud HiinilrudVnrdn IInndrmlYnrd liuntlrtislinrils
Vnrdn from Honil HllnlStrnJl BondStranger Slraiiper fr In Seen SeenItnnnliifr S Scetiltuiitiliig < cn cnHunuhlf
Itnnnliifr from Seeiio tlne Shortly hllrtl Uc Ucforo Uefore Before
fore Murder IN Discovered DiscoveredNew UIcIIerclNl IliseosereilNew
New Nl York York May Ma eWhflo Joe JBmcl Baplanaer ugeI a afarmer afarmer
farmer anaer of WhiAeM Ik I was w driving drtvl drtvlflown
down a road past th tI Use oM Setts eIiz t farm arm at atKtemant atXbnbnt athiihseat
Ktemant hiihseat this afternon be saw what be hethought bethou betbougbt
thought t to be a bundle te of oCb1n newspapers newspaperslying newspsperilying
lying < in the middle of the dry wosd wosdabout w wabout weedsabout
about M yards n rai from the road Who the thotermtr thelhrmei
01 termtr wont t oor seer to tile heodle aoodl to iaveotl iaveotlsj lWestiW
sj iK > iDWHtiBW Iwaf Nf W AindlK Ad Char eIIUta Charrtdt
ta tJwt teMt < rtdt a fifteen Aft flttcenyesrold girl I
lying face fa downward in the furrow furrowThere furrowere furrowsThere
There were ere two stab wound Just behind behindher behindIwr behindher
her right ear ar and beneath br body lay a adull adull
dull kitchen knife knifeEngel knJr knJrEngEl knifeEngel
Engel and a farm hand Adam Hummel Hummelwho
who lro was II riding rldin with Ith him saw the girl in inthe fntnf
the fold fi ld digging dandelions 1101UJ an hour be before be befon before ¬
fore That was while they were haull haulla hauling haulinga
a load to Knsels Engel rs
cabbage farm tarm about a aquarter aquart
quarter quart of a mile beyond On the t return returntrip JlOturntrip
trip they tb had missed the girl J and when whenthey whetthe7 n nthe
they the made a third trip along Baxter Baxteravenue Baxteravenue
avenue they saw It man ninnln runrtJntf through
Bagels E cabbage patch fingei Engelbafled n fha1led hailed him
but he did not stop top and the last seen n of
him be was making matlD bill way northward
toward a neck of woods woo beyond beyondPolico beyondPullet
Pullet Take iTp Uj Hunt HuntThe lliiittThe HuntThe
The men hurried to the police station stationIn stationlit stationhi
In Btmburst and told of their find Im Immediately Immed immediately ¬
mediately med Capt Kelly In charge of the theprecinct theprecinct theprecinct
precinct sent men to all n of the Long Lo LollIIaud
Island ferries with the meager JltM m description descriptionIfagel p
Engel En 1 was aWe w to give Then the police policewent polkewent polleewent
went to the place where hen the he gIrls rIa body
lay layThey
They found the slight body bod of MM IItIl811ed under tmdcrsiaod underslzcel
siaod girl bent over in a kneeling kDel position positionwith positionwith j
with the tJ face hurled in the earth rth MB if it Ithad Ithad
had been be n violently pushed there by a ablow ablow ablow
blow on the back of the head The Theclothi giris girisclothing glrrsclothing
clothing clothi was torn and disarranged About
I her neck there were marks as a if fingers fingershad fingerahad
had been pressed I on her throat Blood Bloodfrom
from two deep wounds beneath the right rightar rlPteur rightEar
Ear ar had drenched her body bod to the waist waistEngel waistEI18e1 waistrecognised
Engel recognised the th girl AS the daugh < ¬
ter of William Staffeldt a German farm farmer farmer farmor ¬
er anti florist who lives Uv s n near ar ISImhurat ISImhuratWhen IfloehuretWhen t tWhen
When the police found the body there therewere therewrf thereW
were W ° re evidences that tha t the girl had been
waylaid in the lonely iteld and attacked lit ked
Joseph Engel En 1 describes cJ rlbe8 the man whom
he saw running away IlWA from the scene of
the murder as a a young OUI1fi man about i feet
9 Inches tall of dark complexion wear ¬
log dark clothes That is i all the clew cle the
police have to work ork on onUp onlp on1p
Up to late tonight tonl ht no arrest had b been n
made madetIISSOURI
MISSOURI FOR TAFT TAFTUfTorts TAFTGfIorl TAFTlifforts
UfTorts GfIorl to Shirt lloom lieu for Kilrhank KilrhankShow loalrhnnkMShonJII
Show Shuns Ohioans Strcnctli StrcnctliKansas StrcnKfllKanfCliK SIrcntlKansas
Kansas City CIl Mo Io May Ma 22 2A A confer conference confertnrp conferenee ¬
ence of Republicans held In St St Louis
Monday 2londa according to a Republican
State Stat politician whose name cannot
be used undertook undf > rtook to form
a
pro projrrammo prorammo programmo
jrrammo rammo for the support of C W r Fair ¬
banks of Indiana for President Pr ld t The
Vice President himself is said to have
been In the th conference conferenceThe conferenceThe conferenceThe
The Fairbanks supporters captured a
large part rt of the organization In the
contest Things imngs were going very cry nicely nfc ly
until Herbert S Hadley lJadle declared for for
William H Taft Hadley said
Taft Taftwas Taftwas Taftwas
was the man who would draw the moat
votes lo the Republicans and repre ¬
sented the Ideas that more people be ¬
hove in inHis fnHis InHis
His declaration followed by b the In ¬
terview Senator Warner rarnEr gave in Wash allh ¬
ington that Taft would add this States Stateselectoral Stnteseleetor
electoral eleetor l votes to the Republican side
brought out thousands of Republicans
In the State who had favored Taft but
had not expressed themselves themselvesAmong themsehtsAmong themselvesAmong
Among those who are reputed to
l have ave been present at the meeting Mon ¬
day da were Thomas K K Neldringhaus
State chairman cbalrm n and James McCoy lIcCo
sec secretary secretn seeretary ¬
retary retn of the State committee committeeClirnp committeeCbrnp committeeCheap
Cheap Excursion to Harpers Ferry
Martlnnbnrgv Unrtlnllll11r llcrkelcy Spring Springand Sprin Springsanti JII JIInncl
and Cumberland CnmJerlnndSO
805 a a m Sunday Sunda May Ma 26 2 from Balti ¬
more and Ohio station Washington D C
Round trip rate to Harpers Ferry Farr and
Martinsburg 100 to Berkeley Springs
1K to Cumberland 3200 200 00 Splendid op ¬
portunity to spend a day d y in the country eou ntry
at small expense expenseBoards expenseDords expenseBoctrdz
I
Boards wide all heart J200 200 per 100 it It
I
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HAEGIS JURY IS OUT OUTlUnoNw OUTIllume OUTil1iiis
Illume of n Juror ncln Dulay Case of ofII ofUrcnthllt ofllrmilliilt
II Urcnthllt rent lilt t County COllllt Judge JmlKeLexington 1HdJcJ JudgeLexington
Lexington J WII Ky May ay 21 1Tbe The jury sit sitting sitUnc sitting ¬
ting in I judgment of James HargM Ha for the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Jim CockriU win 111 given Klv n the thecase theca thecase
case ca shortly after S oclock thin a afternoon afternoonbut afternoonbut afternoonbut
but because be of the sudden Illress IUr of one oneof oneof
of the juror Juron the U body dM IKK deliberate dctiberataon
on the ease tonight and the BreatbHt BreatbHtCounty BrMtblttCotmty 2reaUItICounty
County Jud ji judg was 81 forced to spend the thenltht lb thenight
night nl behtod tIM ban of Uw PayettCount FayetteCounty Fayeite FayeiteCounty
Count County JaIL JaJLThe JaILThe JaILThe
The closing argument t for th the State Statewhich Btat Btatwhich Statewhich
which wu made by Commonwealth At Attorney AttOrM Attoracy ¬
torney tOrM John R R Allen this afternoon was wasono wasOM wason
ono on of the moot merciless ever r heard H Hbitterly He Heblt Uhetterly
bitterly blt rl scored the Democrats De of thIs thtoState th18State thIsState
State and the city dt of Lexington LeD1t for their theirprrtrndod tbfirpntfndod theirpretended
pretended love of the Russian feudtat feudtatand feultetand
and for lending nd their influence Inft twmrd his htoacquittal bIM hisacquittal
acquittal acquittalHe M acquittalHe fIulttaHe <
He saM any an other nan n wt backed by bystrong bystrong
strong political influence Inftuen charged cha with wtthsuch wttltnch withsuch
such a horrible crime where the evidence evidencewas eftIencew celdencewas
was w so overwhelming whelml ajrunst him would wouldbavo wouldhave ovId ovIdbu
have bu bf bees n hMnred or confined confl In l UM UNtentla peal ptaitenthuf pealtentisr
tenthuf tentla tentisrGflBE J ft r rG as
G GflBE ttREE SaHMITZ HMITZ JUROR
ProaeedinK More ItapliI Than in inthe inthe
the Hnef Cane CaneSan Cmeetn CaseSan
San Francisco May 22 nThree Three jurors jurorswere Jurorsw Jurorswere
were w rl obtained today to try Mayor MayorSchmitz JoIaorScbmit Mayorchmltz
Schmitz S for or extortion extortionHeuey extortlonHee extortionHceey
Heuey Hee is I
represented on the prosecu prosecution P1OHeUlion prusecuIns ¬
lion t Ins Jod Judge Dunne ruled today tob that thatno thatno thato
no n o municipal mun employe IoTe or any saloon saloonkeeper alOOltkHper saloonkeeper ¬
keeper or follower of other calling de dependent deplndent tiependent ¬
pendent on the administration a ntraUon for li license 11UN Iisnee ¬
cense e UN would be allowed to serve sery I on the theury
I li Jury ury
JuryThe uryThe
The proceedings I were far more rapid
than t han In the Rue case as three jury jurymen Jurye Juryured jurymen ¬
men e were secured ured before the hour of
u
6 uJuurnmrnLSchmltz
Srhmltz blftlu pays close attention att nUon to pro proceedings profltln prooedings ¬
ceedings c fltln and takes copious optou notes He Herfquntly l4erequently
frequently f consults with his attorneys attorneysEPISCOPALIANS attornf attorneysPISCOPALIAHS S SEPISCOPALIANS
EPISCOPALIANS IN TURMOIL TDRMOILRector TURMOILROeotor TURMOILRector
Rector Causes Stir Over Reeleotion Reeleotionof
of Brewer on Committee CommitteeIte
I Ilcv Ite Iconic corJe ChnlnurM Richmond RichmondCauses RichmondCnmlrM RlelintondCatimees
Causes Lively DlscusMlon at An Annnal Annnnl Anuntil
nnal Diocesan Council CouncilI CuuncJJIJataIa CouncilBatavia
I Batavia N T May X2 2The Th annual annualdlocNaJI
1 diocesan council councilor of the Episcopal Church Churchof Churehor Churchof
of Western New Ne York was In a turmoil turmoiltoda turmoiltoday
today toda the discussion l being tng even more moreacrttnoflfoug moreACritllOftI moreacrimonious
acrimonious uS than was the case a year yearago yearago
ago when the feeling feeJl in the Crarwey
heresy bere case was at its height Not all of
the bad d feeling was engendered by b Rev Re
G George orge Chalmers Richmond the rector of
St St Georges Church Rochester who had hadcome hAdcome hadcsme
come to the convention with the inten ¬
don of righting fl hUng against A lnst the reelection of
Henry B Hathaway a brewer as a amember IImember atitember
member of the standing stRndln committee committeeThere committeelIacre comnilttceThere
There were plenty plent of other matters that thatsplit thatspill thatsplit
split the convention When hen the election ejectionof
of K standing committee was readied Mr
Richmond who had opposed op another anothercommittee anotheroommltt anothercommittee
committee oommltt report again addressed the thecouncil thecouncU thecouncil
council councilI 1 1I
I told the bishop some time tlm ago a o he hesaid liesale
said that I would oppose the reelection
of one of the members of the standing
committee upon the floor of this conven ¬
tion He told me that I would have a aperfect Aperfect aperfect
perfect right to do so Now I ask when whenam whentm whenam
am I to be allowed to speak in opposi ¬
tion tionThe
The council Ignored Mr Richmonds Richmondsmarks re remarks memarks ¬
marks and as a resolution had been beenpassed beenpaMCd beenpassed
passed on the first day that there was to
be b no comment on any of the nomina ¬
tions Mr Richmond had no opportunity
to make mnk his l iB fight ght The vote ote gave him
some sausinction nowever as Mr Ir Hath Hathaway IIathaIIY Ilathaway ¬
away was S elected by b the smallest vote
both lay and clerical of any of the theeight theeightcandlilatca eight elghtcandidates eightcandmatc
candidates candidatesBELI candmatcBELL candlilatcaBELL
BELL TO TAKE THE STAND
Men Charged with Ifli Death of Dr DrTownscnd DrlonIIMcnl flyrosvmiscnit
Townscnd on Trial In XeT teST evr York YorkNew YorkNew YorkXciv
New York May 22 1The The prosecutions prosecutionscase pr08eeutionseRse
case against John Bell charged with the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Dr Charles Wilmot Townsend Townsendon
on Staten Island was concluded this aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon and Bell will 111 go on the stand
tomorrow in his own defense defenseMrs defense1Irs defenseMrs
Mrs Alice Bell stepmother of the pris prisoner prisoner prisoner ¬
oner and his halfbrother testified testifiedagainst te testlfletlagainst UfiCtl UfiCtlagainst
against him today todn The latter Howard
Bell said that on January 26 2 Bell had ha hatold
told him that he had been to Staten
Island and that the doctor had been shot shotand shotnnd shotand
and was dead deadClaus deadClaus deadClaus
Claus Holdorman a wealthy banker bankerof bankerof
of Richmond who has boon a dally dallyspectator dall dall5peltator dailyspectator
spectator at the trial fell dead of heart heartfalluro heartfailure
failure on entering the courtroom at attho attho attIle
tho morning session sessionGenuine seSsionInellllI sedsionlntllcs
InellllI Genuine Pannma hats HnlnB JInt JIntB hatsB
B H Stinemetz Son Co ISO lOl F st stGood stGvoa t toa
Good oa lumber cheap at Llbbey Llbbe Co
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TWII TECH IidjH II D ft WTMQ WINS umu IllS HDTTT MILL MILLCapt DRILL DRILLCapt DRILlCapt Li
Capt Harts Company Puts PutsUp l Pitt PittUp > uts utsUp
Up Successful Exhibition ExhibitionWli
TEN THOUSAND CHEER CADETS CADETSUIe CADETSVlse
Wli UIe e Ones Pick Cnpt Ancrlmchs AncrlmchsCompany AucrhnchCo AnerliaclisCouipniiy
Company Co III 1111 II K lint Popular OrKanl OrKanlzaUoit Or Orgaimizatlun nnl nnlzaUol1
zaUoit Kail Falls to Show Up 11 an Stron Stronn Strong Stroma
a Kxpcctcil IlxpctetllIo1T How tli the Odlcern Put PutJIcii PutJlcl1 Putilcn
JIcii Through the Programme ProgrammeB IrogrnnlmeBIIII7 Irogrn ntntc ntntcfly
B BIIII7 tty CM oM Tech and Company D DBornd DIoaad tiSouisd
Bornd Uw b IMtwga Isegaws wgaw and beat the tom tomtoms tomt torntorn ¬
toms t torn for UM 1M > competitive eoIDpetftl drill aoaora on and andred aDdred andred
red ribbons Uw erawntog cnal glory the thelaurel tbtIalml thelaurel
laurel of Wa Wsiitoa aigtoii high Jt school taurete taureteare Iaureilare laureisare
are floating under the Maroon and nd Gray OrayLike GrayIII GrayUIia
Like soaw good celt ivho whose tudeaowpowers 1IIIIr 1IIIIrlOWers tudeaow unkaewapowers
powers are belittled by the th wto wise ones onesand onesDCf onesand
and overlooked in the betting and yet yetwho riwbo yetwho
who waltzes WalbH to the front at a long Ion price pricewith prIewith pricewith
with big stable favorites favortt hanging han 11I on oneither oneither onflask
either flank Capt Raymond S Hart Hartswm HartVDi Hsrtswung
swm swung VDi his snappy pP Company r D cadet cadetthrough cad cadthrough cadetsthrough
through a maze of intricate military militarymaneuvers militaryIIV militarymaneuvers
maneuvers IIV at the baseball 1 grounds grou yes yesterday 1fitenia yesterd ¬
terday tenia terd afternoOn and a d tin in a few hours hourswent hou houeat hourswent
went home to his proud parents with wI 1lbtO 1lbtOdiamond two twodtomond twodiamond
diamond medals pinned over his double doubletime doubleUme doubletime
time heart heartTwo heartTwo heartTwo
Two lieutenants Jive I IIV sergeants t six cor corporals corporals cotporhs ¬
porals and fortystx fortSl < privates print planed anesl the thecoveted theCQYited thecoete4
coveted red ribbons to their hive btoueee btoueeewhere bIouaewhere blouseewhere
where they win be wore in pride for the
rest of the school year unless some fair fairTech fairTech faitTech
Tech maid wants ants one oneTen oneTcn oneTeit
Ten Thousand Hoot Loudly LoudlySomewhere loucHTSomewhere loudlySomewhere
Somewhere near 10003 1 1Glt enthusiastic spec spectators spectaton spcctators ¬
tators divided into nve five big factions tloM rep representing repnU representing ¬
resenting nU l that number of local high highschools hIPIIICboolll higischools
schools with three of the factions split splitinto spiltinto sIl sIlInto
into factional units rooting for some IDe par particular partfcular ¬
ticular company packed every stand and andoverflowed andoverJloweti I
overflowed upon the field Eastern and andWestern andWestern an I
I Western rooters with their light blue and andwhite andwhlie andwhite I
white and green and red pennants tempo temporarily temporarily ¬
tatupoi
rarily ruined their singing voices for th thsake tJM tJMlEe thuke i
sake lEe of o Companies F 1 and H respectively respectivelyCentral reepeeUel7Central
Central High howled their tb brekys for the theblue theblue theblue i
blue and white and pulled ladtvidually ladtviduallyfor
for Company A or B or I I Techs Tech loyal loyallegions Ioyalegions I
legions razooded for the maroon and andgray and5r I Igray
gray 5r and prayed for the success of o Corn Compan Cornnsnv
pan nsnv J IC or or C or D
But when the regimental adjutant made madehte IMdebls madehis
his soulracking march JUt1rchso so tilled with withbreathless withbreathless Ith Ithbreathle
breathless breathle suspense uspensetUralsbt straight towards the theregiment theregiment theregiment
regiment drawn up in line of masses masseshalted mAUeshalted masseshalted
halted at the center to make the agony agoll agollJut
last a little longer and then wheeled wheeledsmartly wheeledsmartly wheeledsmartly
smartly to the right wRere stood the thethree thethr thethree
three thr Tech companies companlE8coDtpan company factions factionsvanished fact factbnsvanished n nAnlshed
vanished to the four winds and the ma maroon maToon innmoon ¬
moon and gray rooters tore the atmos atmosphere aUn08pblre athuosphere ¬
phere to shreds They Th knew that old oklTech oldTech oldTech
Tech had the drill drlll1that what matter matt r wTiether wTietherit wietherIt lether I
it was Company K or D or C CPln Clliin
Pln 111114 the Rune on Tech D DTo Dro BTo
To be sure nearly noorl every one thought thoughtIt
It muitbe mUllt be K K Capt Malcolm C C Auer Auerbach Auerbach ucr ucrbach
bach the Carnegie medal hero and his litegallant hisbtlHant lilagallant
gallant company had been n long the picked pickedfavorites pickedfavorItes pickedfavorites
favorites of the school battalion so much muchso mucho muchso
so that the beauty bef1ut and perfection of Com Company Compan Cornpany ¬
pany pan Ds drill had almost been lost sight sightof sightor sightof
of But the adjutant did not go to t the theend theend theend
end of the line where Company CO 1P6n K stood stoodIn stoodIn stoodin i
In happy happ expectancy but halted before beforeCapt beforeCapt beforeCapt
Capt Harts surprteed and strickendulnu strickendulnuwltliJoy strlckendutnbwlthjo strickandulnbwithjoy
wltliJoy aggregation and imparted his htehappy hishapp ltjshappy
happy happ message m gc from the th judges Tech Techrooters Techrooters Techrooters
rooters though surprised were apparent ¬
ly just as vociferously voclferousl happy as though thoughIC
K had h d been the victor Ietor and the cheering cheeringredoubled cheeringredoubled cheeringredoubled
redoubled in volume as Capt Hart Hartmarched HArtmarched hartmarched
marched his redribbon winners to the thefore thefore thefore
fore and presented arms to the judges judgesand judgesand judgesand
and distinguished civilians standing at the
home date
A half hour before the scheduled schc uled time timefor timefor
for the drill to begin the grand stand
had been packed to Its capacity and
Capt Honly of the Eighth TOllce pre precinct preclnct precinct ¬
cinct gave orders to admit no more moregrandstand moregrandstand moregrandstand
grandstand ticket holders The shady
bleachers and regular sunny sunn bleachers bleacherswere ble bleacherswere chrs chrswere
were also jammed before the first com company company cornPlIny ¬
pany the the future winners stepped frombehind frombehind from
behind the stands and straightened out outacross outacro outacross
across acro s the field in column of squads to tothe tothe tothe
the music of the Thirteenth Cavalry
Band BandCapt BandCUIJt BandCapt
Capt Harts Company on the lie Field FieldTech FjeldTech FieldTech
Tech sent forth her
razoo yell ell as asCapt asC3pL asCapt
Capt Hart swung squads right to the thepitchers thepitchers thepitchers
pitchers box and presented arms to Capt CaptGuy CaplGU CaptGuy
Guy GU H B B Smith of the Fourth United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Infantry president of the board of ofContinued ofContlnuccl ofContinued
Continued on Pace 2 Column 3 3Spend 3 3Sllenct 8Spead
Spend Decoration Day at atOsttyHliurjj ntG atCattyslurg
OsttyHliurjj G ttCllUr or Pen Im Mar MarOnly MarOnly UnrOah
Only 2 round trip via Pennsylvania Rail Railroad Railroad flailroad ¬
road Special train leaves Washington 886 886a St5R Slia
a m Returning leaves Gettysburg Get1 shurg 556 5i p
m Pen Mar 610 p m A splendid outing outingI outingAlabama outingMabama
I Alabama flooring mostly edge etl t grain
KUKOKI BEACHES BOSTON BOSTONJayaucvc BOSTOUJnVlneJlc BOSTONJapanese
Japanese Warrior nrrlor Will III Address Slim Sludrnti Studrnt Slimdents
dents drnt at Harvard Unr nrd Today TodayBoston IolIn IolIneton TodayIlesIon
Boston May fa 21 2ZA A big delegation of ofJapanese ofJapaRelie ofJspsnese
Japanese students 8tU MIta < merchants and a Hlargo akilo alarge
largo number of curious citizens greeted greetedGen greetedGeIL greetedGeit
Gen Kurokl when he arrived in this city citytoHigh elt elttatcJtL citytanight
toHigh t The Japanese military leader leaderwas1 JeatleraetOlIJpanled leaderra
was1 ra accompanied by a suite of thirteen thirteenJapanese thirteenJapanese I IJaJNllle
Japanese army army officers omc The general was wasdrfvoM WbdJiYoa wasdriven
driven to the Hotel Touraine which will willbe willho
I
be his headquarter during the stay In InBoston hiBoston i
Boston In charge cba e of f the party part was wa Brig BrigCan hirigclan
Can Oliver B E h Wood In the woteomteg woteomtegparty welcesatugparty g gI1at17
party was Gen Emery meiy representing Gee GwrGwlW G GGWlkJ GeeGuild
Guild and several Japanese students t denw at atHarvard atnanard atharvard
Harvard Kurokl paseod Jl Kod Uw evenin eveninquietly ennlftqtlteUt evening eveningquietly
quietly qtlteUt at his hotel hotelIa hotellR
Ia the morning Mayor Fitzgerald will wfllgiw wDisM willgive
give an Informal banquet to him at the tJMratrae theftar th thTowraine
Towraine TowraineAfter ratrae ratraeAt1er
After ftar a visit laIt to the governor at the theState theSta theStat
State Stat House the party will go to Harvard HarvardAt HarvaroAt IlareardAL
At 1 loC1oeIt oclock the party port l will be entertained entertainedat
at luncheon in the Colonial Club chambers chambersand ch8mbersaDd chambersand
and at 2 oclock Gen Ge Kurokl will in address addretJM addressthe addressUM
UM Harvard students from the steps at atHarvard atHarvard atHarvard
Harvard Union In the evening there will willbe wmbe willbe
be a dinner and reception at t the Algonquin Alfonflaln Algon Algusqula ¬
quin Club by Gov Guild GuildUPROAR GuildUPROAR GuIldUPROAR
UPROAR IN THE THEPUNJAB THEPUNJABatives PUN PUNJ JAB JABntive AB ABnthe
> ntive Relieve Government Is I Pol PolMHiIitK 1011I0nllll lolsonhmig
MHiIitK Wells ells in Ointrlet OintrletLahore UIlltrictLaMore listrictLahoce
Lahore May a 2A A wild state of ex exeUenteitt exClUement axcitament
eUenteitt prevails at Hasan Abdal near nearRawalpindi nearnwwpbacU seam1tawldi
Rawalpindi The statement has been dr drowtated drthe clreututed
owtated among the natives and believed believedthat beUeY beUeYtllat
that there to I no such disease M the theplague tJiepltpe thepisgue i
plague and that the government Is dto dtoputentog die dietcldDg dlapatching
patching tcldDg emissaries throughout the Pun PunJab PunJaIt
Jab poisoning the wells and thereby therebykfittag ther therk8 thereb therebkilling r
killing k8 1090M l people a week weekThe weekTIM weekThe
The police have succeeded in tracing tracingtlie traelDgt tracksitile
tile t e author of the story who to a Hindoo HindooHo HlndooHe HindooIL
Ho IL has been sentenced to two years years Imprisonment 1mL Im letprisonment ¬
prisonment L and thritythree of his ao aoomnpUcee ac acho aoosmphlces
omnpUcee who ho actually dropped myteri myterioos mterlOUl myteriosa
oos baits into wells w lIs allegIng that they r rdid
did m by b the governments IOv ment8 order nave navebeen han hanbftn S Sbeen
been sentenced to eighteen ellt Itb months imprisonment i im tmmenL ¬
prisonment prisonmentThe menL menLdeaths
pt ptTe
The Te deaths deti by b piagab pg to b India during duringthe dul flutistthe
the six e weeks we ended e May U Un were 4M 4MIn UM UMIn
In n the Punjab Pu alone ao there t were we 281777 281777As m mAl TBAs
As Al a general pce thing t the t natives nn resist resistdesperately teethdesperately t tdeprately
desperately deprately all sanitary lt8 measures and andthe ad adtbe an I Ithe
the officers oden oeers charged ef with wth that tht work wk carry cr earr earrIt
it on at the risk of their lives
WILMINGTON WILMGTON BOY VANISHES VANISHESMother VASHES VASHESJlotlcl VAIflSHESMother
Mother Jlotlcl Thinks Francis Ilrnncl Malloy lnlo1 Was WasKidnapped n nKlclnnllJc
KlclnnllJc KlclnnllJcWlmllton Kidnapped KidnappedWilmington Kid napped nappedWIlmington
Wilmington Wlmllton Del Dl May 1 21What Wht may mayprove mayprove
prove pre to be b another anb Marvin X ease e came cameto ce cet cameto
to t light Ipt when h tbestran t thestraage 8 c disappearance disappearanceof
of Frauds F1 Malloy aJ the t fouryoaroU fo son sonof ln lnD sonof
of D James Jt H Malloy Mal ef MB 1 French Preh Prehw street streetwas streetwile
was w reported p8 to the t 1 notice noticeThe
The T Tb boy b left lt his hl home bo about abt 4 oclock oclockyesterday oclockyesterday
yesterday t afternoon aftern and a was w last l seen seenthrowing seenthrowing
throwing 1n stones a into Int the t Brandywtne BrandywtneCreek BrandywlueCreek
Creek Cr from f the t Peoples Railway Rw Com Companys Cornpears ¬
pears 8 bridge bd at the th foot fot of Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet SltHntl
street s shortly abUy before Ifo 6 oclock ocok This Tl lead leadthe lesde lesdethe I
the police p to t believe belev that tht the t boy 0 fell felloverboard felloverhesrd
overboard orbr and an was drowned drownedThe df drownedThe
The Te mother mtlter of 0 the th boy by to 1 de distracted and I Iflees
does m B not > t bdlovo M bellev that u her h oa a aThe ia afowaai afowaaift
ft T The imtleo learned J Ie ried thfe tM th montla that the thehey
boy was we seen 8 talking tald with wit a strange tran Ital Italian J ltlian I IIn ¬
ian In on o the th bridge bride just before bfo his hi disap disappearance d disappearance ¬
pearance jrn They Tey are making mk an a investiga investigation fnY fnYln Investigathen ¬
then ln of o this thi report reportTWO eporLTYO prl prlTWO
TWO REVOLUTIONS RBYOLllTIOSUprising PLANNED PLANNEDUprising PLANNEDUprsing
Uprising Uprsing in Guatemala Guatmala to t Follow FollowRebellion Folow FolowRebelon FollowRebellion
Rebellion Rebelon in Salvador SalvadorGovernments SalvadorGOernmcntJ SalvadorGovernments
Governments GOernmcntJ Sought SOIht to Insure InJurc Stability StnblHt1 Sta 5thhiy ¬
bility by Annnnftlnatlng Assneslontltiglug nIlnn Hng Lead Leadins IeuclhlJ
ins Malcontent Jlnlcontcntl JlnlcontcntlXe MalconcntsOrleans MalcontentX
X Xe Orleans May R The revolution revolutionhiefl I IwhIch
whIch 1 hiefl has h just Ju broken bu oat o in mat Salvador Salvadorwas Sv r rwas
was arranged ar some 8 weeks ago a when whenProdencio ben benP i iPrudenclo
Prodencio P Atfaro Ala lfaro ad Salvador Svd Toledo To W WGuatemala f fGutem i f fGuatemala
Guatemala Gutem went nt from fr New Ne Orleans Ons to toNicaragua t it itNicaragua
Nicaragua Nlc and an after r a conference ef with withPresident wt wit I IPresident
President Prent Xelaya Ze determined Hem on o starting startingtwo srt srttwo c ctwo
two simultaneous imutus revolutions rvti Alfaro Alfar in inSalvador InSdr it I ISalvador
Salvador Sdr and Toledo To in I Guatemala Guel It Itwas I I t twas
was wal found feU impossible bb to carry cry out ot the theprogramme t tb C Cprogramme
programme pl It I to I impossible IP lllllbie to invade invadeGuatemala Inva InvaGuatemala C CGuatemala
Guatemala from from Honduras and the filth dI8Icutues filthcollies < inHculties
collies between Mexico exIce and Guatemala Guatemalaaad Guatemalaand I Icml
and the presence of troops on the north northern uorthfIO northem ¬
ern em frontier shut hut out a revolution there thereatoo thereaJeo
atoo
It was a aoverthrow decided to invade Salvador and andoftrthrow antioverthrow
overthrow the government install ln Alfaro Alfarothere Alfarothere Alfarothere
there and from Salvador start the revolu revolution revolution revoluthin ¬
tion In Guatemala Toledo therefore tbere Ole re remains re remains tomains ¬
mains behind with Zetoya in Managua Managuauntil MabllpuRuntil Managuauntil
until the time to ripe for him to start the theGuatemalan theGuatemaln theGuatemalan
Guatemalan uprising uprlsl from Salvador The Theexisting Theexisting Theexisting
existing governments in the two t 0 republics republicsappear republicsAppear republicsappear
appear to hae sought to assure ore peace by bysecuring by8ICuring bysecurIng
securing the aanaseination a8 of the chief chiefrevolutionists cbteCrevolutJoolat5 chiefrevolutionists
revolutionists and as Barillas the Guate Guatemalan Guatemalan Gnatsmnalan ¬
malan revolutionist leader was as aslltld assassi assassinated ass1aided ¬
aided lltld in Mexico by b friends of Cabrera so soBarahonda 10Barahonda soBaralmond
Barahonda the claimant of the pttci pttcidency 1 Iwesifancy
fancy denc of Salvador was s assassinated while whilein whileIn whilein
in prison at San Salvador SalvadorThe SalvadorThe SalvadorThe
The murder of the two leaders I dens does not notappear notappeAr notappear
appear to haw intimidated Intlmldat the revolu revolutionists revolutionists ravolutionists ¬
tionists as their lieutenants Alfaro and andToledo andToledo andToledo
Toledo have taken up the fight flghtivn ftphticn fightelt
ivn elt Christmas at Mobile MobileMobile JlohlJcMobile MolilleMobile
Mobile Ala May Ma 22Gen Lee Christ Christmas Chrl8tmu ChrIstman ¬
mas man second in command to Gen Bara BaraItonda Barnhonda
honda of the Honduran army a score acor of oftimes ortimes oftimes
times reported dead ead and who was des desperately dettperately deeperately ¬
perately wounded In the battle of Ltaaba LtaabaIn 11 11In Ubain
In the NlcaraguanHonduran hostilities hostilitiesreached hGetJllUercpched hostilItiesreached
reached Mobile tonight on tho steamer steamerEepana steamerEspana steamerEspana
Espana from Puerto Cortez Honduras
Gen Christmas comes to the States to toundergo toundergo toundergo
undergo an operation for a bullet wound Ound
in the leg legGen legGen legGen
Gen Christmas was asked If his coming
to the States Statf 1I was for conference with ex exPresident exPre cxPresident
President Pre ldnt Bonilla now no in New Ne Onetime OrietihsMB Orle818He Onetime1he
He MB said flid he was not n9t aware of the fact tint
Bonilla was In the United States but that thathe thatho lfit lfithe
he might call on him himPRESIDENT himPRESIDENT himPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT TO SEE REGATTA REGATTAiVih REGATTAIh
iVih isui Ih Watch ntcIa Annnpnlta Crew In Hud Hudson 111111lIon unitson ¬
son River Event cnt June i iNew 2i 2iNew U UNew
New York May 22 21President President RoMe RoMevelt R Rolt loosevolt
volt olt will be
at the intercollegiate
regatta regattathis rC1tttathis regttjthis
this year ye r on the Hudson River on June June2G t
36 6 The presence of the Annapolis
crow crowin crewIn r rIn
in the race is what interests him hintIt himIt himIt
It will be the first occasion on which I
he has watched the larger regatta
as am I
lresident It Is understood that he will wil I
follow the race in a new yacht acht now being f
built for Jlr Frank
r ot Poughkeepsle to ti S
be used as a boat for the referee
as well wellAttention wellAttention weltAttention
Attention of Student Attending HemUng School I
In AVnrrfitngton AVnrrfitngtonWhen VaniiIngtoiWhen nHhlngton nHhlngtonWhen
When returning to their homes IB In ¬
vited to the superior service and exten ¬
she tve schedule of the Baltimore and Ohio
R R R R to all points West East t and N
For o or full information consult a agent cent
1417 G st at 619 Penna ave or write
liege District Passenger Agent W
ington D C Ci CReduced CReduced
i Reduced to 150 per 100 It
HOARIER IIARTER MILLION MILLIONNew MILLIONOF 11ILLIOOF
OF JEWELS GONE GONENew GORENew
New York Dealers Mourn MournLoss MOUIIlLoss MournLoss
Loss of Costly Gems GemsSALESMAN GcmsSALESMill GemsSALESMAN
SALESMAN IS MISSING MISSINGInteresting MISSINGIntclcstingHistOlJ M1SSIINGlltClCSting
Interesting IntclcstingHistOlJ I History of Fleeing Fleeing1Man FleeingMeta FleeingMaii
Man Is Revealed RevealedJ
J If I1dnrcl 1 ward Jlocck Sow omv lIciiiK Sought Soughtby Sno Sought1m ht hth
by h Pinkerton Detectives UetecthcItctnrll UetecthcItctnrllInT11 Detectimesiteturnalamvn Return ReturnPawn
Pawn Ticket with 1ace Value nlue of
51000 15100 to Jinn Inn from Whom holl1 He HeGot HeGot lieGot
Got noOOO OOOO Worth orth ot GcniK GChlllAIPltJ GChlllAIPltJFlgurcd GenieAlsoPigmireti Ainu AinuPiKiircil
PiKiircil in 915000000 lOOOOOO Deal DealNew DealN DealNew
New N York May 12J Edward Bo Bock Bockwho > < kf kfwho
who 110 Is described JM as a Jewelry salesman salesmanto
Is mteatos mIaIII and Jewelers in the Maiden MaidenLane MaidpnlAne MaidenLane
Lane district and others would like hint himto hintto hintto
to return reiu with ith diamonds and pearls which whlcltare whichare hkh hkhare
are said to be worth between J3WOO 0jd and andS4B andIt and1St4S
S4B It is I not known exactly exactl how mu mudl ii IiIloeck
Booek got before he disappeared disappearedOne dl disappearedOne fld fldOne
One sufferer to Edwin dwtn W Dayton who v vd
deals d In jewels and antiques of all kinds kindsat killrhat kitI kitIWest
at 4 West Thirtyninth street BocX BocXtook HfIettook Bo Botook
took IK i4O 9 worth of pearls aad diamonds diamondsbelonging dl danmmndbelonging monlt3 monlt3be1on5lac
belonging to hint h n but returned to Mr MrDayton MrDaton MrDayton
Dayton since nee he skipped pawn tifkfts tifkftsfor tirkl tirklfor a afor
for a 115000 representing jewelry he be got gotfrom gutfrom t tfront
from Dayton and pawned The face fac valuj valujof aJi aJiof ah ahOf
of that jewelry to said to be about Rnonn RnonnBoeck 1 1Boeck e eBoeck
Boeck was well w 11 known In the J jewelry jewelrydistrict welrv elr elrdlstrtet
district as a broker broIrer and salesman If Hhad Ifbad Ifhad
had desk It room with Marcdtos M Pitt Co Coat froat Crat
at HO Broadway BroadwayHan BCOIUIwa Broadwayline
Han Itereltln Interesting HlHtnry HlHtnryFront IIlstorFr IIlstor llistorFrees
Front Fr Dt what could be learned today todayBoeck to11 to11Boeck tn4 tn4Boeck
Boeck baa an interesting 1Dtens iUterrntI history His Higfatber Hisfather fl is isfather
father from from what Boeck told his b hn < i = i ineas jn
neas n associates was an exiled Polish tr trbleman 11 11bheman lvbletnan
bleman who went t to aw Chins wher
married an American girl Boeck Wris Wrisborn w I Iborn a aorn
born b orn in China and his h features and man manner mr mrnet 11 11Del ¬
Del are Oriental Boeck came to tho thocountry t tCOUllt h c country
country COUllt C from China Chl GhIi with Prince Pu Lun Lunwho 1U11wbo Lunwho
who had charge of the bustaess exhibit exhibitat exh exhihtat itl itlat
at the St St Louis Exposition ExpositionBoeck ExposkaonBoeck xpoettIon xpoettIonBoeck
Boeck d disappeared rM a week ago Fril Frilnight Fn Friinight o
night He was a member IDftDberof of the Rr Rep > P P1 P1caa i ican h hcan
can Club and sometime sometImes slept there ther V Vha ta tahe i ihe
he was leaving YInK the dab etu that t night nightsaki nl ht I IW I IsaId
saId W to Capt Skinner who to the sur sUf sufr sufrntendant > r rintendent
intendent i of the club clubGoodby rluIGoodb clubGoodby
Goodby captain plaIR you nay never sos sosme s h hme s sme
me again a n I am going back 1I ck to China ChinaWrites Chinarltcll ChinaWrites
Writes rltcll Letter l Her to Victim VictimBut YlctlmBut VictimBut
But it to certain that BOeett Boeck did 1H 1H8tart ntstart i > t tstart
start for China ChI at once Last Thun ThurFI ThurFIMr Thurcir l lMr
Mr r Dayton was surprised to get t m letter letterfrom lett letthla lothrmew
from mew him The letter web posted at t1 t1Bsaotsg t ta talialbsad I
Bsaotsg Railroad Torntaal TlIt te Pbila Pblla1f1dtia Pblla1f PhIlailhteItsald i ithte
thte 1dtia lhteItsald lhteItsaldDesr It said saidDear MidDear >
Dear Barton The gam IJaIIM is to up and I Ihave rban Ihave
have don done the best I
could I will i ishortly ri fI < r rshortly t tbortJ
shortly bortJ to cover alt IL I could not g gt < > t it ithere itheft ithere
here hereThose heftTb hereThose
Those Tb 8e who knew Beech saM today todd thit thithe thttM thithe
he also bought army aftII supplies plies for the Chi Chinese t hi hinetI hinese ¬
nese government nt aDd that be was inter interested http httpesttd Inteested ¬
ested In a HiWMH 1Ii 11it contract over whi whihe v wi1he hi 1 1he
he was now 110 negotiating t1 with ta tIM < Chin Chinofficials Chino Chinoolllela ChiraThe
officials officialsThe olllela
olllelaThe
The Jewelers Protective
Association h J s sinstrocted 3IlI8trueted Siiistrncted
instrocted the Pinkertons to hunt ff fr frBoerk 1rBoeck > r rBoeck
Boeck For a time he lived at Stamffri tnmfr1
Conn He to married and his wife is isto j is i 1
to be now no at Tamaqua Pa PaFATHER PaFATHER PaFATKER
FATHER SEEKS VENGEANCE VENGEANCEKnacks VBNGBA1iCEIK VENGEANCEKnacks
Knacks IK ck Dunn Ucm n lirnker IImk r Wiien hen Daughter UIHIhttrllIrefr DaughtersIrcfr DaughterPrefer
Prefer Ch Charges rKe In Court CourtPhiladelphia COllrtPhlladlphla CourtPhIladelphia
Philadelphia May 22 2 2Whn Wh h n WJvp W WBunter d t
Hunter Hun er a young un stock broker wa Warsl waraigned ar arraigned ¬
raigned rsl before fore Magistrate BoYlr Boj Ir tr trmoraine t tornlnlf uetorning
moraine ornlnlf on charges preferred lor > v n nteenyearold 1 1t rteenyearold
teenyearold t nyerold Mantle James am 1I and andilstpr sndsister r rister
sister the th father of the sirte irhs r was wasangered 1a 1ainlend s sangered >
angered by the nature of
the chars cha chathat s sthat
that he sprang at Hunter dealt him himterrific himterrlftc himterrific >
terrific blow In th the face and knok knokl 1
him down downStalwart downBtaiart downStaiwart
Stalwart policemen poll meD and con eonmtai eonmtainttathed < tah tahattached tahttaebed
attached to the magistrates RI RIseized ro roeJecI iiseized
seized the irate parent and rcstrain reatra train trainhim inl I
him from indicting further injury InJur up < i ithe i ithe
the prisoner r Mr James swore th that t 1
would Kin Hunter on sight Wbf when > n th tiyoung thyoun thyoung <
young youn broker was taken to City C1t H Hi hail hailto I Ito l lto
to answer the chaise cha preferred by th thyounger thounger thA thAyounger
younger ounger of the sisters iIIte be was ol < > h hguarded v vguarded
guarded and a policeman also wat wathl wathlr < h 4
Mr r James and endeavored to per ptrFud persulhIm
him to let the law deal
with the a acU i icused ieuuied
cused cU man manThe manThe manThe
The accused aeeu man was a Walter Hun Hunter HW1tr 11 11ter ¬
ter twentyone years old of 43S7 43 Onc Oncsvenue OllPCVfHUf Osica Osicaavenue <
avenue VfHUf He H was wa committed with wittut wittutball itllt itlltball it itbail
ball by Magistrate > Boyle on the th rhatT rhatTof lIl ehiargof il ilIr <
of awult iat on Mamie Ie James and h 1 t r rwu r rwas
was arraigned at the Central stMi IOta i ion
on a warrant sworn out by Mamies Mamiesnineteenyearold 4amicsnineteenyearold amis amisnln
nineteenyearold nln teen earold sister who also 1 pre prrfers prffen prefare
fen a grave charge against him himHunter himHunt himHunter
Hunter Hunt r is Philadelphia manatrrr mn managerBrant f for forBraat forDraat
Braat Brothers Broth New ew York brokfr brokfrvrtth brnkprwith brkcrwith
with an office at 13 135 Fourth street streetGODDARD stltttGODDARD streetGODDARD
GODDARD GETS FUSIONISTS FUSIONISTSColonel FUSIONISTSColonel PUSIONISTSCelunel
Colonel Is I JtcnoininatiMl as On Cnnd Cnnddate Cantiiutile mil mildale
dale fur the Senate SenateProvidence ScnutcProldenCt SenateProvidence
Providence May 22 2CoL CoL Robert RobertHale RoltHale RohtHale
Hale Ives Goddard was unanimously unanimouslynominated ulmotl a s I Inomlnat Inominated
nominated nomlnat as a the candidate of the theDemocratic thetemOtraUt tIeemocratlc
Democratic emocratlc and Independent parties r for forlnlt ftUnitid r rUnited
United lnlt States Senator ntor at the th convention conventionof eonventi eonventiof
of the fusion forces of o the State in this thiscity thi thiIty thiacity
city Ity today todayDuring todayDurtn todayDuring
During Durtn the legislative session just justended jlJtfndfd jitailed
ended throughout which a deadlock n nthe u utho nthe
the question of the Senatorship remain remained remahed rcamaied ¬
ed unbroken on the eightyone b btllnl btllnleast bali balieast < l lcast > >
east Col Col Ooddard Ood ard led in the votins votinsthe vntin vntinthe otill otillthe
the Republican delegations dele Uon being di divided d ii iivlded i ivld ¬
vided vld in their support between col colSamuel tl tlS al alSamuel
Samuel S mtK1 P Colt of Bristol and Senator SenatorGeorge onatrGeore SenatrGeorge
George Peabody PNbod Wetmore the latter latterendeavoring lattYendeavorin latturendeavorIng
endeavoring endeavorin to succeed himself in of office lfloullnHle if1ke ¬
fice
Louisville ICIcctlon Aold AoldFrankfort YoldPranklbrt oid oidFrankfurt
Frankfort Ky May a 2lhe The Court of ofAppeals orAP1m ofAppeals
Appeals today handed down its opinion opinionin
in I n the contested oontt8 ed election cases ca ea from the thecity thecity theof
city of Louisville declaring d larlng the election electionvoid tlectlol1vJld electIonvmld
void reversing revenln the decision ot Judges JudgpjMiller JUd JudgesMiller P3 P31ltUer
Miller and Kirby Kim of the Jefferson Jt > aMIIOn fir fircult Circuit ir ircult
cult Court The court rules that Gr GrBeckham GO GOBeckham GotBeckbam >
Beckham has the power to fill the vacan vacancies Iteaaclee vacaneke ¬
eke by appointment and an election f for foraU frnfl r rall
all city and count county officiate o to ordered fr frnext frnext farnext
next November The decision of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court is unanimous unanimousIt u uIt niisnhinouIt
It Will III II He to Your lIr Interest InterestTo InterltTo InterestTo
To open ft a bunk Ilk count with Union Trust
Go WH F 1 flL et AH newwin aee aeeoturte draw Interest Interesti InteresttJ
ra i tJ l f rsh Kfcr t In check when whenuT whenc whenmmibehed
c uT mmibehed lslr i counts Invited Invitedorvrd 1111 invitedIr ted
1 Ir t er n m cried Dally DallyHI
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