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THE T THEWASHIGTON 11 E WASHINGTON WAS H I NG TON HEKAID HER A L D THURSDAY T H U R S DAY MAY II A Y 23 1907 1 9 07 1 1 3
PROBING GOULD CASE CASEllinghanFS CASEBingliaiuSeeks
llinghanFS BingliaiuSeeks Bingliani Seefcs ols Police Im Implicated 111llicatell TmP1icafei ¬
plicated P1icafeiScamlaL in ScandalDETECTIVES ScandalD Scandal ScamlaLDETECTIVES
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DETECTIVES D TEOTIVES PLACED ON RACK RACKLieut RAOKLieut RACKLicut
Lieut Krnnk 1enliody Icuhml Said to Have MnveMade IInctl HaveMade
Made tl llc Mysterious Ishrluu Vlait to Ilaltl Ilaltlmore IJnltlmore BZLILIluore
more In Bflort to Prove Kntlicrlne KntlicrlneClommonM lintherlncClclIlDlonM hn1herItieCleinnions
ClommonM Married There rhercl Dawaon DawaonDcnlcM > nwIIIHl nwIIIHlDenies
Denies IJe IcM Any An Kiioivlcdec of Case CaseNew CnHNew CaMeNew
New York Jlay laT a 2Th1ng Things were w re efc efczling tirzlJ d dz11n
zling zlJ z11n at police Iee headquarters today to day be because be beea because ¬
ea cause l < rf the disclosure that have re reBult re reBUlted resultsd
Bult BUlted d from the Howard Gould divorce divorcesensation tllToreeB dtvorveMensat1oI
B sensation tion and the charge that dertaln dertalndetectives ertalndeteeUfts dertIndetectives
detectives have been deed lled to obtain evi evidence evlDOe cvideuoe ¬
dence DOe to further the private interests of ofone ofone ofone
one oC the parties involved involvedX InvolveitNo
X No o subpoenas have been issued U for Mr MrUouU MrGould trGoud
Gould Goud his wife or their attorneys but butthe butt bUtthe
the t end is i not yet In Ii the meantime meantimethere 1ttMtI 1ttMtIthere matImethere
there are some detectives who 00 are ar feeling feelingdecidedly Cedingdeellledl1 feelingdeel4edly
decidedly uneasy uneasyOne uueatlyOne uneasyOne
One of them them Frank riink Peabody who next nextto nextto nextto
to former Inspector William McLaughlin McLaughlinis MelAlublinIs
is l the most t prominent figure gure in the case caseoutside cueout8lde cseeoutMd
outside outMd of the Goulds themselves themselvH has ha de decided decided declde ¬
cided clde that he needs neee a vacation catJon His Hl for formal formal formal ¬
mal application for three days day leave J eave ve of ofabsence oCabeeace ofabeence
absence has been refused r uaed however howeverMcLnughllii boeerlclnuShlln howeverMciaughllit
McLnughllii Itcnlly Hcnn III IIIMcLanghltn illMcLaughlin
McLaughlin from whom hom some explana explanation explanatiOft explanatioi ¬
tion seems elDll to be in order is really rMII III it ithas 1lbaa Ithac
has been learned Three police surgeons surgeonshave surgeonshave na naIta
Ita have been to his boWIe and found him to tobe toertn tobe
be angering ertn with tonsUltls tonsUltlsDeputy tonDltIDePuty tonsliltisDeiuty
Deputy Pollee Commissioner Hanson Hansonwho HAMOnwho Hansonwho
who to j conducting the Investigation into intothe Intothe Intothe
the scandal by b order of Gen Bingham Btngharnreadied Binghamreaclaed Blnghamreached
readied his office at 9 a m and at o ogot osee oseegot ce cegot
got busy H walked lkM In on Capt Mc McCafferty lelaffeatY MeCaffert
Cafferty Caffert and the detective bureau as the thedally thedRIly thedaily
dally morning roll call was being held heldthe heldthe heldthe
the detectives all being < lined up in masks maaksMcCafferty muaCa1ferty masksMeCaltertj
McCafferty Ca1ferty was told to semi Detectives DetectivesVallety utecUvMYal DlecttvesValiety
Vallety Yal tT OFarrell and Jackson upstairs upstairsto upetal upetalto
to the deputys office OFarrell OFa rrellIs is the so socalled 80al soealled
called al partner of Peabody The deputy d putT in incalling Inlal1l InallIfl
calling lal1l allIfl for these three detectives was wasseeking wasJtki WSaking
seeking Jtki further information about the ar arrest arrfSt ccrest ¬
rest some time ago of Big Bill Hawley Hawleyby Haleyby Hawleyb
by b Peabody PeabodyDefectives IeabodyDeiccthCt PeabodyDcecgIses
Defectives on the Hack HackOFarrell UncIOFarrell hackOFarrell
OFarrell spent only nve Ave minutes in inHansons InHan InHansons
Hansons Han Gn office and when he left he hewas bewas hewas
was smiling lUng Jackson came out also alsocheerful alsochHrul alsocheerful
cheerful but when Vallely made his hisappearance hisappearance hisappecranee
appearance after about half an hours hoursquestioning bour bourquesUoltlnfr hoursquestioning
questioning he was red 1 faced and de decidedly cIecld doeiddly ¬
cidedly cld ly nervous It was s evident that thathe thathe thathe
he had had a hard time He was asked askedwhat askedwhat ked kedwhat
what be knew about the t sensational eea aUonal af affair afllr a afair ¬
fair and nd he replied nervously nervouslyI
i I know koo nothing nothingWhat notblngWhat nothInghat
What hat did you tell himr him 1 WM asked askedI
I told him h II the truth What else elsecould elMcould elsecould
could I tell kimr him he answered answeredAre aneredAre aaswereLAre
Are you in on It tour was the thenext tben theruxt
next n t blunt query queryI
I know kIlO nothing DOtbl was his reply Then Thenhe ThenIII Thenlie
he left leftWhen leftWIHm hefthen
When hen Deputy Hanson was seen he ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted that he had asked the detective detectiveabout detectivesabout l labout
about the Gould affair a < alr and that the inves investigation Investigation investigatloc ¬
tigation was not finished by any means meansHe meansHe meansHe
He had issued no subpoenas for the theGoulds theGou the1ouId
Goulds Gou 1ouId or their lawyers 18 rera He had re revive tcItd cct1ved ¬
vive cItd to o word from his corps of special specialinvestigators specialne speclelI
investigators I ne tfptorsUiat that the mysterious my tBlous tele telegram telegram telogram ¬
gram sent t bv y a ictecttre teetm from Baltimore Baltimoreronceqain DaWmoreonce IJaitheoreeoncrpI
ronceqain once the marrlttife ma had Been un unrarthed 1InarthM Unarthed
rarthed arthM When Wh n asked if he was wa as going 801 to tosubpoena toubpoena toubpnena
subpoena the Goulds he hesitated a min minute minute mm mmute ¬
ute and then said I cant answer that thatat thatiH thatat
at this time Then he added slowly and andwith Intijth andwith
with jth emphasis We are going sotn to make a athorough Ilthoroub athorough
thorough investigation investigationIlnvtMiii InvesUpltlonUnWAon IavesttatIonlauson
IlnvtMiii Called to Sew York YorkBaltimore YorlBaIUmore YorkBalUmore
Baltimore Md 4d May i uy 7 21 Sam Daw DawtOO DawtOOthe Dwouthe on onthe
the treasurer at the Monumental o umental The Theater Thent Theater ¬
ater nt r received a telephone message to today today today ¬
day from police headquarters at New NewYork e eYork ew ewYork
York asking kin < him to come to New Xe York Yorkand Yorkund Yorkand
and identify i the two detectives who are arecharged areeharwed areehared
charged with Jth being beln concerned in the
Gould scandal ndaI but he said Id he could not notneglect notnegleet notneglect
neglect his husineae s by It leaving the city cityGeorge cityG cItyGeoige
George G Dawson was seen here tonight tonightand tonlshtand tonightand
and be said he hail been postillion lJO UlIion for forLord forLord forLord
Lord Ashton in England for some years yearsand 1earand yearsand
and that he was as coachman for Ross RossWinans ItosaWinans huesWinans
Winans for twentysix yearn He said saidhis aaidhis saIdhis
his wife was an English EqU h woman whom whomhe whomhe bom bome
he e had brought hro ht to this th country and mar married marrld marrlcd ¬
ried to her here by the Rev Thomas M MLanahan XLanaban MLanahan
Lanahan In 1882 1 at the Fayette Street StreetM Streetf StreetM
M f B B Church Ch h and the records prove this thisstatement thllstatellKnt thisetateinent
statement statementHe statellKntHe etateinentlie
He also said neither he nor his wife wifeknew wifekn wifeknw
knew kn w anything about either Mr or Mrs MrsGould Irsrould Mrsould
Gould ould He had made several vtnll trip trips to toEngland toEnglan4 toEngland
England with Mr WInces Dawson ap appeared apared appared ¬
pared > ared to be Irritated over the connection connectionof
of his name with Ith Mrs Gould GouldWEATHER GouldWEATHER OouldWEAThER
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MRS KLEM KLEMME iE ON Till THE Inti STAND STANDBanker STAN STANBanker olAND olANDBanker
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Banker Andrews a Christian Gentle Gentleman Gentleman Gentleman ¬
man Who Called Her Meta MetaWomans 1IetaomnnlI
Womans lVaiiun omnnlI as Attorney A Horne I torieT Urging n IIIII Address AddressAccusing Adlrc8tecuIIIIIJ tdI res resAccuslsisr I
Accusing Mrs 1 rill John M Ilonse Ilonsevelt Hoollccft Itooseicit
velt cft of u liiNtiKiitlni Trouble TroubleNew lrouhlcNew
New York May StMrs Hanna JI fleta fletaKlemme MetsKlemme U UKlemme I
Klemme whose trastend Frank K KKtenune XKIeamHt C
Ktenune of Philadelphia to suing g for a adivorce adivorce I Idivorce I
divorce en account a uat of heir alleged rein relatiotfc reiati reinu
tiotfc ti with Constant A Andrews 4ndlP presi president JMIdent presIdent ¬
dent dent of the United Stales Savings mitt Institution Intltutlon ¬
tution was the chief witness a today in inher Inher hr I
her own defense at th the continuation of ofthe Oftbe 01 01the r
the trial of the suit before Justice Me MeCaH 1cCaR Mccli
CaR and a jury in the Supreme Supr me Court CourtMrs I
Mrs 118 Klemme declared that her cola relations rld rld110M colatiotmi ¬
tions with Andrews had always been moat moatproper moatproper 11106proper
proper and that she had acted first firsthis as ashis ci cihis
his nurse and then as hi his housekeeper housekeepergetting bok bokpetllnr housekeepergettIng
getting 40 40 a month and occupying the thehousekeepers thehoWlek
thiI
housekeepers hoWlek pet room In th the Andrews Andrewsnous JldrewlhoUR Mideewlhouse I
hoUR nous There was as nothing hi her conduct conductshe COIId conductshe et etate
she said Id that could be construed Into Intoeven laweven intieven
even an an indiscretion indiscretionWhy IndlllcretlonWhy IndiscretionWhy
Why did you go o to Ms b Aadr AritW1UI AndrewsT wc she sheWNS I Iwas
was asked askedBecause askedDeeau askedBecause
Because e he was the only ly y Christian tlaaUenwa gen gentleman geeUtmais ¬
tleman of my acquaintance and I felt feltcowLd J Jcould Icoldd
could unit him himWhat himWbat hlmWhal
What did Mr Andrews call you gen generally 5eRemU geaeialiy ¬
erally erallyaster emU emUSW eialiySister
SW aster r Meta ta or just Meta answered answeredthe anawere ered I
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the witness blushing a little She thought thoughtnothing thoughtr L
nothing of Mr r Andrews addressing her heras liiias r
as Dearest Meta MetaMrs 1IIetaIra MetsMrs
Mrs Ira Klemme denied that she had re received relvell rerelied ¬
relied lvell presents nts of champagne from from Mr MrAndrews MrAndrews MrAndrews
Andrews before rore she became his house housekeeper bouwkeeper housekeeper ¬
keeper or that he had paid for her while whileshe wblleehe I Ishe
she was in Mount Sinai Hospital HospitalMrs Hu IIUSPII1Mrs pltaL pltaLlIrs
Mrs Constant Andrews Jones Jones a dough daughter da1ttIler doughter ¬
ter of Andrews by his first wife 1te testified testifiedthat teeWledthat t tthat
that she bad often seen Mrs KJemm KJemmdining JOeI JOeIdlnilt I Idiniug
dining with the family in her fathers fathershouse fatbu fatbuboae I Ihouse
house and all that his behavior havlor toward Mr MrKlemme Ira IraKJemme MrsKiemme
Klemme was no different dl < rlnt from that which whichhe wblehbe I Ibe
be would be expected exp < ted to show bow any woman womanat oman omanat I Iat
at his table or in his household householdLawyer hOUHboldLIwytor householdLawyer
Lawyer Vorhaus for Mrs Klemme in inhis Inhis I Ihis
his opening address to the jury declared declaredthat thclartdthat I Ithat
that he would prove that Mrs John JohnRoosevelt JohnRoosevelt E ERooeevelt
Roosevelt had been b en the instigating party partyin parTIn pert pertIn
in the present divorce dlo suit and that the thfecause theeauIe I Icause
cause of Mrs Roosevelts Hoosev It interference interferencewas 1 1was
was U her dislike of Andrews who 00 is I her herbrotherinlaw herbOt heibrotherInlaw
brotherinlaw bOt rlnlaw The trial will be con continued CODtlnud eonUntied ¬
Untied tomorrow tomorrowBROKER tona tomorrowBROKER rrow rrowBROKER
BROKER FIRM GOES TO WALL
E I n Haven A Co Sny Sn in Cuitoiiicra CuitoiiicraKnileil CIltoJUerlIlnilcll CiislozneraPitliesl
Knileil in 0 Keep tp MnrKni MnrKniXew MnrgiiisNew lnrJIIIXew
Xew York May 22E 22 B B Havens A Co Coof CoOf Coof
of 10 Wail street a prominent stock bro brokerage brokerage brokerage ¬
kerage house made a general neral assignment assignmentat
at noon today to Hubbanl lIubb nl L Norton of ofJamaica ofJamaica ofJamaica
Jamaica L I I 1 a former employe of the thearm theftrm theitem
arm According to the assignee nee the thefirms theftrms thefirms
firms suspension was 1IIi due to the Inability Inabilityof
of some of its customers to keep up their theirmargins t theirmargins r rmarglll8
margins on tons Ion longS stock Robert B Aus Austin Austin Mistin ¬
tin at Kroyer A Austin US Broadway Broadwayattorneys BrotIdwayattorne1s Broadwayattorneys
attorneys for the assignee Me said kl this thismorning thl8DM thismorning
morning DM rnlD < that t tJlat it was wa impossible Im Olll8lble to oath estimate ee eemate oathmate ¬
mate the liabilItIes of the firm or to state statewhether statpwhether > late latewMtMr
whether the assets ets would Guld cover the liabili liabilities JlablUties habibties ¬
ties tiesE
E B Havens A Co was composed of ofE ofE ofE
E B Haven the board member mem F J JHavens JHavens 3Havens
Havens and Charles S Havens Have The firm firmwai firmwai firmwa
wai wa organised on December Dec lftber 30 liP 1 lS E B BHavens BHens IVHavens
Havens has been a member of oftheexcbalt8e oftheexcbalt8esince the exchange exchangesince exchangesince
since December m r S MJ 1m > The firm has done donewhat donewhat donewhat
what was generally regarded as c a large largebusiness l8rg l8rgbu largebusiness
business bu ln ever since its organization and andusually and11J1IJuallY andusually
11J1IJuallY usually has been n prominent on the bear bearside bearI bearside
side of the market mark t It is 1 understood understoodhowever understoodhowever understoodhowever
however that it has recently been tons Ion of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th market and that when ben the sudden suddenslump suddenslump soddenslump
slump came yesterday yest rda7 It was unable to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect itself through throu h the Inability InablUt of Its Itscustomers Itscustomers itscustomers
customers to make good their depleted depletedmargins depletedmargins depletedmargins
margins marginsUTILITIES marginsUTILITIES marginsUTILITIES
UTILITIES BILL IS PASSED PASSEDCue PASSED7oeii
Cue 7oeii Through Senate with Only 0111 Six SixXeprntlve SixXCAthC SixNegat
Xeprntlve Negat Isc Votes Veitea fltCN All 11 Democratic DemocraticAlbany fcmocrntleAlba IcznoernjlcAlbany
Albany Alba N Y May R 22 2Tho Tho senate senatepassed senate senatepassed seliatepaaed
passed the publicutilities > s bill in the form formdesired formde8ired formdesired
desired by Gov Hughes by it vote of 41 to tothis toI toI
I this afternoon and the assembly con concurred OOcurred eonourred ¬
curred unanimously in the senates senatesamendments 8ertRte8amendments senatesamendments
amendments The measure now goes to toMayor toror toMayor
Mayor ror ICcClellan lcCI llan of New York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
In the senate the debate WHS not pro prolonged prtJlo prol0ne1l ¬
longed lo ed and the time included the defeat defeatof dtfeatof detestof
of several amendments proposed by y Dem Democratic Democratic Democaatic ¬
ocratic senators Ttte Fin > six votes ot 8 against againstthe R8insttbe againstthe
the bill were all cast a t by Democrats DfmocratsCul DfmocratsCulhm Cul Cullen
len Frawley Frawl Hascnfiug HasI1 ug McCarren Mc McMamm 1IchlIt McMaiiu
Mamm and Thompson There were four fourabsentees fourabstnlffRDunn fourabeentoesDnnn
absentees abstnlffRDunn Dunn and AVample Repuhll Republica Repuhhlcans Repuhllcan
can ca cans and Grady and Sullivan Democrat DemocratYour DlmocfUtllrou Democrataprowl
prowl Your rou Watch WatchNEEDS
NEEDS OUR SERVICES SERVICESBring SERVICESDring SERVICESBring
Bring it in this thisweek thIsweek =
week and an < well clfan clfanrepair dfanrepeir ciranrepair
repair and put it In Ingood Ingood Ingood
good condition thlsS and andguarantee andguarAntee andguarantee 1
guarantee It for ono onoycar on onoor onoyear >
year oor for only onlyA onlyA onlyA
A good timepiece often becomes becomesuseless becomesuseless becomesuseless
useless because of the lack lackof lackof lackof
of a little attention attentionIsadora attentionIsadore attentionIsadore
Isadore Kahn KahnManufacturing KahnL KahnManufacturia
fnurncturin Manufacturing Jeweler Jewelerand J JewelerFf eweler
Ff and Optician OpticianF
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ASK TARIFF REVISION REVISIONManufacturers REVISIONManufacturers REVISIONiiaiiiifiicttireis
Manufacturers Will Make ake an anAppeal anA anAppeal
Appeal A llCal to Congress CongressTO
TO RAISE ANTIUNION FUND FUNDBody FUNDnod FUNDBody
Body nod Authorize Ofllccri O lcer to ii Establish EstablishCouncil ElltnhlllhCOlllwll HatahillaliCoiziiidl
Council to Aid Project of o Securing SecuringI
S I SO OtllO i000 for fr Cam CnlllllltlJll Cii in pni uuign K of Kducn Kducntloc Htlucl1tlocSccrctnr l7ducnlionSecretary
tloc tlocSccrctnr Secretary Straus Speaker nt ntBanquet ntnncluct atBanquet
Banquet nncluct ut t the VnldorfAstorln VnldorfAstorlnNew VnlulorfAatorlaNew uldtlrCAlltorlnNew
New York May Ma 22 2The The National atlonal Asso Association Auoelation AIi0elation ¬
elation of Manufacturers tiki two things thingsat thlngllat thingSat
at the concluding session ie Ion of Ite conven convention convention convention ¬
tion at the Waldorf today which one onemember oneJ onemember
member J mber characterized as epochmaking epochmakingOne
One was s to authorize its officers to es establish etabllsh itstablish ¬
tablish and finance ftn nce a council to arouse arousethe arousethe e ethe
the various national and uuij State organiza organizations orglualzatlons orgaulsationa ¬
tions Into a concerted campaign of edu education education education ¬
cation against the labor unions indorsing indorsingPresident IndorsingPmtkJent indorsingPresident
President Van Cleaves project of raising raisingJl50000
Jl50000 > In three years for that purpose purposeThe purJ1OThe purposeThe
The other was to declare overwhelming overwhelmingly ¬
ly for a revision lalon of the tariff at the earli earliest e esrlleat rll rllEtIt ¬
est practicable date and the establish establishment establlshmfnt establishfluent ¬
fluent of a permanent semijudicial com commission cornInisutlon ¬
I mission m 8lon like the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommelTeCommlsdon CommerceCommission
Commission to recommend after investi investigation mVNlIpllon Investigallon ¬
gallon change in the tariff to Congress CongressThe CongressThe t trhe
The convention closed tonight with 1th a adinner IlLdinner adinner
dinner in Ute Waldorf at which Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Oscar S Straus of the Department Departmentof
of o Commerce and Labor sat t down with withabout withabout withabout
about 560 manufacturers manufaclu r from all parts partsof pari parioC partsof
of the country countryThe coantr coantrThe cointryThe
The principal speakers devoted some sometime IOtnetime sometime
time to an explanation expla AtMn of the new move movement mov movment movement ¬
ment to bring about industrial peace pe Ce bya by bya bya
a campaign of education against im improper ImIOptr Improper ¬
proper methods of unionist t leaders lealko and andfor aDdfor andfox
for a general neral support of public opinion opinionof
of the open shop shopWilliam shopWII1Iam shopWilliam
William McCarroil who acted as toast toastouster toutster toastmflster
ouster mflster ster proposed a toast to President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentBooeerslt ldeDt
Roosevelt which hleh was is drunk standing standingand s standingand adla8Rnd <
and deftned the movement as one for in industrial Iftdustrial Industrial ¬
dustrial peace based lied upon good will 111 be between be between between ¬
tween capital and laors the individual individualliberty ladhWualliberty I Iliberty
liberty for employer and employe ploye and andthe antithe andthe
the open o n shop shopSecretary shopSecretary shopSecretary
Secretary Straus discoursed on cow cowerce 00fftmere oemmerce
mere merce erce combinations and labor laborAmong laborAmong laborAmong
Among th the other speakers speakf > rs were ere Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral BeerAdmiral
Admiral Sigebee and Maj Gen J Frank Franklin FratkIIn Frankhtn ¬
lin Bell BellANTIS BellANTIS BellANTIS
ANTIS COMPEL RECOGNITION RECOGNITIONLeaguers RECUGNITIONLeaguers i iLeaguers
Leaguers Force Presbyterians to In Indorse Indorse Indorse ¬
dorse Their Organization OrganizationIlaltlc OrganizationHRttle OrganizationIlnitle
Ilaltlc AKnlnfit nlnt Itcport of Polity PolityCommittee Inllt InlltCommittee IohltyCouuuuulttee
Committee Cnrrlcil tit Iloor of ofColumbus o oencrnl ofleuteruul
encrnl AI st 50 cmhl cmhlI cmhlColumbus lIilh lIilhI lIilhColumbus
I
Columbus Ohio May 2pLeader Leade Leader5 of the theAntiSaloon 1MAntlBaloon theAntiSaloon
i AntiSaloon League tbW thtl thu afternoon after aftera
i a bitter fight ht forced the general assem assembly MltmbI aseemof ¬
I
bly bI of the Presbyterian Church to recog recognise lfCOnl recognime ¬
nise nl their organization n The committee committeeon eommltt eommltton
on church polity pollt yesterday decided fo foIgnore tolgn 0 0IpQle
Ignore lgn the league lea up whose members today todaycarried to1yIirr todaycarried
carried Iirr their battle to the floor of the theconvention theGovenUon theconvention
convention and won the general eaen1bly assem assembly assembly ¬
bly indorsing ladoret the league 81M M a safe eale ealeand ut sail sailand sans sansand
and effective t ectlnt organisation hi the work of oftemperance CJttentptlr u utemperance
temperance temperanceA tentptlr ace aceA
A resolution urging ul5i that the moral in influence In Inftuence Influenee ¬
fluence of the church chu chuz4h b be brought to bear bearon bearon bearpublishers
on publishers of church literature to ux uxclude tXdude oxelude
dude patent nvdklne advertising < sos suspected sospected 11I 11Iptttecl ¬
pected of being bel < n nisteadlng steading dlnl or fraudulent fraudulentwas fraudulentWJUI frsudulentpassed
was passed by the assembly M8f mbly as was also alsoa alsoa
a resolution approving the th universal universalpeace unlvCrsulpeace universalpeace
peace movement and the recommendation recommendationthat
that pastors use patriotic occasions to topreach top topreech
p preach ach the gospel I of peace peaceIt pta ptaIt pearsIt
It was unanimously unanlmoulIl voted not to change changethe chanpthe changethe
the church name nam from The Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church In the tnltfd States Stat of America Americato
to The American Am < an Presbyterian Church ChurchHUHMEL CburchHUltDiEL ChurchItJNMEL
HUHMEL HAY BE SOLDIERING
Keeper mid a ad Ielloivprlxoiiorw 1 rln1fr Think ThinkLawyer lh I uk ukiauser
Lawyer I hI IolKrHliiK1 IJlIhlJ Mines MinesNew IUneew lilneaMNew
New ew York May a No 825 P is still in inthe Inthe Inthe
the hospital suffering sufferln from nervous pros prostration prostraUon prostration ¬
tration and stomach trouble He H is on a amilk amilk amilk
milk diet d t and may not recover for two twoI twomonths twomonths
months monthsThis monthsThis monthsThis
I
This was the reply of 0 the physician physicianin
in charge of the hospital ward at the theBlack tb8Blackdl thel3lackwelia
Black Blackdl wdls Island Penitentiary renlt tlary when whenasked wmonasked whenasked
asked today todaya as to the condition of Abra Abraham Abr Abrhllm Abraham ¬
ham H Hummel who is serving < a years yearssentence YeAr YeArentence yearssentence
sentence for conspiracy growing Inl out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the DodgeMorse divorce tangle tangleDespite tangleDespite tangleDeipite
Despite the report the impression impressionamong Im Impressionamong lIIIob lIIIobamon
among amon Hummels fellowprisoners and nd his hiskeener hislICeperR hitskeepers
keener keepers is that the convicted lawyer Is Issoldiering IIIsoldkorln Isaoldiering
soldiering soldieringHummels soldkorln soldkorlnHummels aoldieringl4ummcla
Hummels only staltin declared one oneof o oor on onof
of the keepers today Hes He wise iH all allright aUright allright
right an suf hell do hiNWt his bU but you Itet Itethe aeehe ee eehe
he wont ont do no more work ork n he can canhelp enb caj cajhelp
help helpDr b lpDr lp
Dr D A McAuliffe the vMtiiuc vlllkh plus pjiyskian PbyRldan plussiclan
skian at the penitentiary said he thought thoughtHummels thoughtHummtIs thoughtHummeds
Hummels illness was w not serious rto and andwould a awould andwould
would soon n pass away awayWRECKERS awayWRECKERS awayWRECKERS
WRECKERS DITCH TRAIN THAItfOne TRAINOne TRAINOuie
One Killed rtiul Jluiiy llln Hurt When WhenConst tluenCoast hn hnConllt
Const Flyer IK Derniled DerniledIn IJcrn Icraiieulhits leci leciIm
In Im Angeles Cal May 22 2Traln 2Tralnrekenl Train Trainwreckers TraInwrekers
wreckers are believed bt lIned to have ha been the thecause th theause thecause
cause of the ditching IUtchln of the Coast Line Linelimited Linelimited Linelimited
limited one of the Southern Pacific flyers flyersat firersat flyersat
at West Glendale ten miles north of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city at 12 130 oclock oclO < c this morning One Oneman Oneman Oneunan
man was killed kll 1 and twentytwo persons personsinjured personsInjured personainjured
injured four of whom will die dieThe dieTh dieThe
The Th express was crowing a trestle at atWest AtWest atWest
West Glendale at the rate of forty fort mile milean mll mllKn milesan
an hour to make nwk up time when It left the thetrack tbetlRek th thtrack
track Seven cars < plunged off the trestle trestlefalling trestlefailing trestlefalling
falling sixteen feet to the bottom of a agulch agulch agulch
gulch gulchThere gulchThere gulchThere
There is even evidence that the derail derailing derallIhg derailing ¬
ing was the work of train wreckers At a apoint 11point apoint
point on the trestle which nine over the theArroyo theArroyo theArroyo
Arroyo Seco the itohnlates and 111 bolts of oftwo oCtwo oftwo
two rails on the southbound track had
been removed removedThe remOTecJTht removedThe
The tender the diner two Pullmans the
buffet mall and am nd baggage a8ga cars plunged plungedover plungfIiIOer piungedover
over the edge fIge of the trestle and fell to tothe tothe tothe
the trround below The buffet and ex exprfss exprrs8 oxprisM
prisM ars and one of the Pullmans were wereturned weroturned er erturned
turned completely over The others landed landedon IRnMtltin landodn
on n their sides All tlI were badly b c1I crushed crushfdand cruIHdand crushedand
and splintered splinteredThe splinteredTht splinteredTIuc
The man killed was T P 1 McMalin of ofSmtii ofSanta ofSnnltt
Santa Barbara B rbllra who ho was riding In th thbHggagP Ow Owbaggagp tiwhaggago < >
bHggagP car carrh carThe j
The rh engineer and fireman rEman were unhurt unhurtowing unhurtIlwing unhurtowing
owing to the fact that the locomotive did didnot didnot didant
not leave If > ae the trestle Had it done so fire lirewould firewould firewould
would have undoubtedly broken out In the thewreckage thewrflkagt titewreckage
wreckage and added to the disaster disasterFerry dls disastercrrr str strrr
Ferry crrr rr CnpMlic CnptIreJ 21 I Are J r Drowned UnnrncdVienna DrownedYlt DrownedVienna
Vienna Ylt > nna Austria May 22 2A A ferry ferryhoat frnhoat ferryboat
hoat on the Moray River capsized to today toda today ¬
day da near Poeravaek Servln Serln drowning drowningtwenty drowningtwenty irowningtwenty
twenty peasant women and three threebabies threebable threebabies
babies
Ocean Steamship SteamshipNrw StcnmlhlpIIXnr
New York May Ma ttArrfadIlreiara tIArriftiIIIIIf from lire liremm lire0I0 re re1J2I1
mm May 11 11ArriTwi 11 11rriftCt ILATTIYS4
ArriTwi rriftCt mtMnjcMfe at Qwxaatows Q B from New tW
York YorkSailed YltSailed
YfrkHllcl
Sailed frees fereiua f MrtKaferr VrliPKIIOeT raIMr Witorfm dee cfcrrun deeasse r
nJUMe run asse from fres Ckttbmff l Chr for Xew N y Ytlfk k Canals CaronUfrni Caron CaronfllB1 CanalsIntl
frni QiwMnwtt QI lI for X New r Vest Iwkj Uctaukr frwn Lit LitNew I IX
X New It
MORONIC CONFERENCE OPENS OPENSDiscussion OPENSDIlCUlIloll OPENSDIscussion
Discussion of International Arhltrntlon Arbltrn Arbltrntlon 4trbitralion
tlon liy 11 Noted 3Tcn 3TcnLake trclllAke MciiLake
Lake Mohonk N Y May Ma S 22The Tho Lake LakeMohonk Lnk Lnkllohonk LakeMohunk
Mohonk Conference on International Arbl Arbitration Arbltratlon Arbltratlon ¬
tratlon opened its thirteenth annual sec secslon seestout M Mslon
slon today todayDr todayDr todayDr
Dr Nicholas Murray Murrx Butler of Colum Columbia Columilia Columbla ¬
bia University New York was elected electedprosldont eleetedprogldont electedpresident
president Clinton R Woodruff of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia PhIladolphin ¬
delphia secretary secret 1j H C C Phillips Mo Mohonk Mohonk Mohonk
honk Lake N Y permanent correspond correspondIns correapontlIn correspondIng
Ins In secretary and Alexander C Wood of ofCarden ofCarden ofCar4en
Carden N J treasurer treasurerPresident t treasurerPresident rlfl surer surerl
President l > retltllJ1t Butler delivered dellvereq an address addressin addre addreIn
in which he advocated that th the question questionof que tlou tlouor
of disarmament 1m avoWed at this thl con conference conference conference ¬
ference but the restriction of further furthergrowth furthergrowth furthergrowth
growth of great armies and navies be beurged beurged beurged
urged He I to aim suggested sugge tfld som some recom recommendations reeommomaUons reommondations ¬
mendations for th the coming conference conferenceat
at The Hague HagueThe HAguefhe linguaThe
The present status stat of the International Internationalarbitration InternationalarbllmUon internatIonalarbitruition
arbitration movement WM the subject of ofan ofau otan
an address by Benjamin 1 F Trueblood Truebloodsecretary Trutbkodsecretary lruebIoodfflCretar
secretary of the American Peace Society SocietyBoston SocletrBOIIlon SocietyBoston
Boston Dr Tmeulood mid in part partIt ptrtIt partIt
It would seen aeei I at first sight that thatarbitration thatarbitration thatarbitration
arbitration which has been so prevalent prevalentin
in recent years ea is going out of fashion fashionand fashionand fashionsad
and is to fall again into IntoduN disuse But such sucha
a suggestion is as far as possible from frombeing fromIng frombeing
being Ing a true interpretation of the situa situation situnLIon Ibm Ibmtlon ¬
LIon The Hague court It is tru true has hashad hashad hashad
had no new business bueln but th the reason is isthat Isthat a athat
that thero have been no disputes of im importance Im Importance tinportance ¬
portance between tweeR the parties which are areparties arePfrtles areparties
parties to it To arbitrate disputes is an anexcellent 1111ucellent SRIexcellent
excellent thing but it is
a still more ox excellent oxctlIent oxcelient ¬
cellent way wa so to live as not to have havequarrels havequarrels havequarrels
quarrels quarrelsEDITOR quarrelsEDITOR quarrelsEDITOR
EDITOR TAFT IS CONFIDENT CONFIDENTBrother CONFIDENTBrother CONIDENTBrother
Brother of Secretary of War Says SaysSituation SaysSituation SaysSituation
Situation Could Not Be Better BetterDenien BetrorUrnlcII BetterIeuulea
Denien that Any Fight In Being BeingI DelnShlde Beinglude
I Math hlde on Pornkcrn Scnn Scnntorlnl Scnntorlnl Seitatonal
torlnl Cniiilldncy CniiilldncyCleveland Cnlltlltlnc CnlltlltlncCleveland CandItIncCleveland
Cleveland Ohio May fA tlCharie P PToft PTait PTaft
Taft Tait of Cincinnati rs III I confident that thatOhios thatOhio thatOhios
Ohios Ohio solid delegation to the next Re RepubUcan Re Republican Republican
publican national cation convention will vote for forhis rorhis forhis
his brother William WW Howard Tart for forthe fortbe forthe
the Presidential r nomination White here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today he heacld heacldThe said saidThe Id IdThe
The political situation attua Oll could not be bebetter bebetter bebetter
better from the Taft viewpoint viewpointHe rlewpotnLI
He I Is is pleased plea with the indorsement his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother has h received front the governor governorand IOvernorand governorand
and other State ofncert the dosen or ormore ormore ormore
more Republican Congressmen C nen who have haveexpressed hit haveexpressed ve veuprea
expressed d their preferences p eftnes for the candi candidate candlIe candidate ¬
date Ie for the Presidency Y and the attitude attitudeof attitudeoC attitudeof
of State tte and county ullty commttteemen which whichhas whichbas whIchhas
has shown so clearly that the Republicans Republicansof
of OhIo are practically unanimous uaanl for the theWfcr tlMWar theWkr
War Secretarys nomination ao Concerning Concerninghis ConeerlliJr ConeerlliJrbJ Concerideghis
his brothers brother candidacy Mr Taft said saidWe MIdWe acidWe
We are Interested first and last to see seethe leethe moethe
the Secretary nominated for or President PresidentWe PreaJdtDtWe PresidentWe
We are not taking < any part for or against againstany againstany tnst tnstany
any candidate In any contest over the theUnited theUnited theIYnlted
United States tatea Senatorshlp natorablp or any other otherotflc otheroftlee otheroftice
otflc oftlee than the Presidency PresidencyThe PrfSklene PrfSkleneThe PresidencyThe
The only change cba In the situation since sincethe alncethe sincethe
the calling Ulnr off of the conference of State Stateleaders Stateleaden Stateleaders
leaders by Senator Dick Is l that many Re Republicans He HepubUel11UJ Republicana ¬
publicans who ho had not previously com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted themselves the IYH have now openly de declared de decred dodared ¬
dared in favor of the t Secretary The Thesituation Theatuadon Thesituation
situation as I view it Is more satisfac satisfactory satisfactory Usfac Usfact8r7 ¬
tory t8r7OHOm
CHOIR GIVES CONCERT CONCERTSI OONOERT11111111I
SI Intiln Cntliollc ItiKcrs Hntcrtnin HntcrtninInrce IJntertRlnInr Ilnicrininlnrge
Inr Inrce t Audience AudienceSt tiidlenceSt udlcnceSt
St Pauls Catholic Choir recently recentlyhonored Iffentlybaond recentlyhonored
honored by the special indorsement and andapostolic andapo andapostolic
apostolic apo tollc Messina < of his bl holiness Pope PopePlus Popel PopePius
l Plus X gave ve evidence last evening of ofits orIt ofits
its It II true worth ortb as an artistic singing sintfnaorganisation elnglnorpnlaaUoB singingorganization
organization at its annual concert In InNational InNational InNational
National Rifles nUl Armory and excelled excelledanything exe excelledanything lIed lIedanytblnK
anything It has yet t accomplished All Allthe Allth Allthe
the th numbers were given < hen with precision precisionand preelslonand precisionand
and beauty of tone and rarely has bet better btttfr beticr ¬
ter ensemble work ork been heard here hereThe hereTht hereThe
The tone volume In the larger lar er numbers numberswas numberswasgreatlr numberswas
was wasgreatlr arrester than choruses many ti times ¬
Its size often ofl n get while bUe in the unac unaccompanied unaetOmpanled unaceornpanled ¬
I companied and subdued passages P118fI8 < es the theton thetone thetone
ton tone was superb ul rb and bell like likeIn likeIn likeIn
In several veral of the numbers the boys boysdwelt boy boysdwelt
dwelt upon a high bl b B flat for several severalmeasures Ieveralmeuures severalmeasures
measures with apparent appa nt ease and con confidence tOnftdencf confidence ¬
fidence The Tb adult portion of the theehorus tbeehortUI thechorus
chorus wan also notable for its good goodquality roodaalily goodquality
quality of tone and attention to detail detailThe detailThe detailThe
The soloists were MI Ms label Llntenpiano Llnten Lintenplanet Llntenpiano
piano Miss MI De Guerin violin Miss MissHoltxclaw fINHoltllClaw MissHoltaclaw
Holtxclaw soprano W C Mills MlJl tenor tenorJ
J A Dowllng DolIn tenor M W E Hopkins Hopkinsbarytone Hopkinsbnrytone lhopklnabarytone
barytone The male quartet did excel excellent excellent xel xellent ¬
lent work in an unaccompanied num number numher numher ¬
her which hleh took the th house by storm stormThe stormTh stormThe
The Th accompaniments to the th solos soloswere solMwert soledwere
were played by b Harry Hall and the theorgnnlt th thorgAnl theorganlit
orgnnlt and choirmaster Ernest T TWinchester TInchtster TWinchester
Winchester Inchtster conducted conductedSITBMAEINE conducttdSUBIARINE eondurt d dSUBMARINE
SUBMARINE BEHAVES WELL WELLLake VELLIt TELL TELLLake
Lake It Subjected to Torpedo Firing Flrln Test Testnnil Tetnnd Testnail
nail to nllu htnughu nnpli h Sea SeaNewport Seas SeasewporL etl etlN
Newport N Wport R R I 1 May 22 2The The sub submarine RubJllrJ aubmarine ¬
marine JllrJ Lake was subjected to her tor torp torP totpedoftrhig
p P pedoftrhig do8rins test eet and the sea behavior behaviortrial behaviortrial havlor havlortrial
trial today by the naval trial bOArdand board boardami hoardand
and In the former test the boat fired firedthree firedthcee tiredthree
three Whitehead torpedoes tor Ols at a target targetrepresenting targetrfpr targetrepresenting
representing rfpr nUn a battle ship hIP at a range rangeof ntngeof ruingof
of 800 00 yards yardsOnly yarflsOnl yardsOnly
Only Onl one ofl of the shots hots proved success successful eueeespful uceeseful ¬
ful this hitting the target squarely uarel1 in inthe htthe Inthe
the middle the other shots being fail failures failures failures ¬
ures on aetount of the torpedos ma machinery machlnfry machinery ¬
chinery falling to work In one on instance instanceand Instancenel
and nel the other on account of a prema premature premature premaLure ¬
ture discharge dl8 harge of the torpedo from the theboat tbeboat theboat
boat boatOn boatOn boatOn
On the sea trial this afternoon which whichxvae whichwas hleh hlehWat
was for the purpose of o determining the theboats theboat theboats
boats boat behavior In a rough sea ea the theboat thehOftt thehost
boat was taken several miles miIe out of ofNewport oCIJOrl ofNewiort
Newport IJOrl Harbor facing a strong south southwent southW southwest
went W lIIt wind Iut and f a nasty sea Tho Lake Lakebehaved Lakebelulvecl Lakebehaved
behaved very ry well according to the theboard th thboud theboit
board boardTho boudrhe boit rd rdrho
Tho Octopus was practically prllcUcall dis discharged dlllhargel discharged ¬
charged by b tho board this afternoon afternoonfrom AftfrnOOnrrom afternoonfrom
from any An further Newport tents and andthe Andthe andthe
the boat Is now no being prepared to be betaken betakEn betaken
taken to Boston where the deepsea deepseasubmergence dCCpIIfA1Jhm deepseasuibmergeitee
submergence 1Jhm > r nc test will be held off Dos Boston Doston Boaton ¬
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BARGAIN FRIDAY FRIDAYPIANOS FRIDAYPIANOS FRIDAYPIANOS
PIANOS PIANOSLast
Last Friday Frida there were w rc six six people p plc made happy by b getting the six sixBARGAIN sixBARGAIN si si1BARGAIN
BARGAIN FRIDAY PIANOS we advertised for that day da daTouwrrow
Tomorrow will sell six more we know for the following are bar bargains bargains bargains ¬
gains such ticli as you ou cant get at any other time timeThis timcThis timeThis
This Bargain Friday idea is original with this house It is mainly mainlyto mainl l
to enable us to keep k ep in close touch with the results from newspaper ad advertising ad advertising advertising ¬
vertising
FOR FRIDAY MAY 24
325 Oak Upright Uprightbrand brand new 16250
300 New Mahogany Upright 15000
275 New Mahogany Upright 13750
290 New Mahogany Upright 14500
350 New Mahogany r ahogany Upright 17500
400 New Mahogany Upright 20000 20000ALL 20000ALL 20000ALL
ALL BRAND NEW FULLY GUARANTEED GUARANTEEDREMEMBER GUARANTEEDRE GUARANTEEDREMEMBFR
REMEMBER RE IEMB R You will not be U shown these pianos unless you youask youask youask
ask for them and mention where you 00 saw this advertisement We Ve re reserve reserve reserve ¬
serve the right to decline d Jine to sell any an or all of the above unless these theseconditions theacconditions theseconditions
conditions are complied with withD withD witilAftULICK
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I HEGEMAN GIVES G GIVES1OOOO 0SlOOOO 10000 BAIL BAHIrcNldent BAILlrealdeui I IlrtlIld
IrcNldent lrtlIld t of o Metropolitan a lIfe It Com ComIiniiy Coinahi
Iiniiy 111 ahi IMfitdH lI Not ot fiitllty fiitlltyNew GuJltw tIlt tIltNew
New w York May X 22 ZJohn John R R liege liegeman He Heman liegeman ¬
man president prf ident of the Metropolitan Life LifeInsurance LiteInsurance LifeInsurance
Insurance Company went before Jus Justice JU8lIee Juatiee ¬
tice Greenbaum In the criminal branch branchof branchof branchof
of the Supreme Court today and andpleaded andpleaded andpleaded
pleaded not guilty Ilty to tea t n Indictments Indictmentsreturned ha41cllDentareturned Indictmentsreturned
returned agala a agalast ln t him for perjury and andforgery andtor andforgery
forgery tor pry Me was wa released in tit titbail UItOt UItOtball 41100ball
ball OB th the perjury indictments and andthe andthe andthe
the defendant was not required to fur furnish turnlsh furnick ¬
nick ball on the others othersMr otbftSlr othersMr
Mr Xleoll of counsel for Mr r liege Hegeman H Hman liegeman
man pleaded not guilty for his client clientat clientat
at 3 the same time asking the privilege privilegeof prlylle prlylleot
of withdrawing wllh rawln the plea and substitut substituting suNtltutIb substituthug ¬
hug Ib any other oU r and making makln such neb motions motionsas mottonas
as he h deemed wise 1St before the first firstMonday antMonday firstMonday
Monday In June The plea was accepted acceptedand aceeptedntI acceptedand
and ntI Mr Xlcolls Klroll leolis request was granted grantedMr grantedKr grantedMr
Mr Xlcoll woll then made ade a motion for an aninspection anInspecUon aninspection
inspection of the grand IICI Jury minutes minutesand mlauteaan minutesand
and the motion was AS granted grantedThe IJraDt IJraDtTIM grantedThe
The defendant carried earn himself ha Impressively hapruly hapresilvely ¬
pressively in court He stood Wore befotethe Worethe befoVethe
the bar Impassively during du the pro proc proI
c fading fadingFrederick f esdingeFrederick ntrfl ntrflFrtdtrkk
Frederick A Burnham who is under underindictment anterln4ietment sndcrIndictment
indictment for grand larceny and forgery forgerytendered to forgerytendered 17 17tendered
tendered his resignation tton as president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Com Company Compan7 Cornpany ¬
pany at a special meeting of the board of ofdirectors oCdirectors ofdIrectors
directors held at 1 oclock this afternoon afternoonHis arternooaHis afternoonHis
His resignation was unanimously ac
cepted President Burnham did not ap appear ap appear appear ¬
pear at the meeting In person but sent senthis llenthis senthis
his resignation tlon by letter letterCAN lettkCAN tett4rCAN
CAN SELL DRINKS SUNDAYS SUNDAYSMnyor SUNDAYS3In SUNDAYSIlinor
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Alit Close the lie Saloons SaloonsChicago SaloonsChIcago nlunlChlca
Chicago Chlca May 21Mayor Mayor Boise declined declinedpointblank deeltnedpointblank declinedpointblank
pointblank to grant lant the request rtqu t of o a adelegation HdelfpUon iidelgatlon
delegation of ministers that he close the thesaloon thfmioollg thesaloons
saloon on Sundays He made his posi position position posidon ¬
tion exceedingly tx lItCly plain wring frankly franklythat f1llklythat franklythat
that he believed beUet the people wanted them themkept themkept them themkept
kept f pen penThe openrbe pen penThe
The Sunday paJoons cause ca IwotWrrH IwotWrrHof t wotblnkof
of the suffering fferilg acid aW Id the Rev Re Mr MrShine 1IrShute MrShute
Shute ltnr Imr1eUh r ssiv y Were you ever eY in ina Ina Ina
a police court enrly Monday Ionda rooming roomingNo mnornbagNo
No 0 It is a long ton time sinci etne I Ipthfl was wasgathered wasgathered
gathered up by a poRcenum ror nn answered amrworedthe answeredthe rOO rOOtht
the mayor mayorErwhat mayorErIhatn mayorErwhat
Erwhat ErIhatn began th the Rev Mr MrShute trSbute Jr JrShuts
Shuts much aghast aghastGo aldauLGo aghastGo
Go on oa said the mayor calmly calmlyThe ea1mIyThe calmlyThe
The preacher coughed coughedTheres cough coughTheres coughedTheres
Theres less drunkenness in intban Chicago Chicagothan Chicagothan
than In any city I know continued the themayor themayor themayor
mayor lit Toronto the street stretta an fun funof runof fullof
of drunken men en Sunday SundayBut SundayBut SundayBut
But But St Louis Loulsr interposed Attorney AttorneyMiller AtionaeyMiller AttorneyMiller
Miller MillerOh MillerOft MillerOh
Oh well fll Utats a German town 1oDpiled re replied ccplied ¬
plied the mayor DIaor T You t cant set t a a Ger German Germn German ¬
man stiff on beer beerThe beerThe beerThe
The clergyman ele man gasped again againBAPTISTS 1lPinBAPTISTS againBAPTISTS
BAPTISTS AT JAMESTOWN JAMESTOWNNorthern JAlIIESTOWNorthern JAMESTOWNNon
Northern Non Ii em ami nil it ii II 1 Southern Snot lie rim Member MemberMeet MenulmersMeet IemherlIect
Meet Iect in Xntlmwl Convention ConventionSiwctal CUlnntionSJda1 ConventionSpecial
Special to The Wubfngton WI ngtOD Herald HeraldNorfolk HII1dNorfolk heraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va May Ia 22 ZFIve Five < he thousand thousanddelegates thousanddel thousandtielegates
delegates del st8 attended today toda the opening openingsession openingAeNion openingsession
session at the Jamestown Exposition of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Baptist Convention of North ortb America AmericaThe 4merfcaThe AmericaThe
The Northern Baptist Convention which whichhas whichbas whichhas
has just adjourned at Washington Wa8hln ton and andthe Rntltbe andthe
the Southern Baptist Convention Conv nUon which whichhas whlehhas whichhas
has just adjourned at Richmond came to toNorfolk toNorfolk toNorfolk
Norfolk this morning morningThe morningThe nmornlngThe
The convention includes Indian dele delegates llelegates tidegates ¬
gates with the right of the floor likewise likewisenegro likewisenegro likewisenegro
negro delegates tilts being the first in instane Instane inetane
stane of the assembling together of white whiteand whiteanti whIteand
and negro Daptiete in the South SouthThe Souththe SouthThe
The convention was opened by exGov exGovMontague exGovMontague exGovMontague
Montague of Virginia who delivered d Uvertd the theaddress th thaddress theaddress
address of o welcome Other addresses addresseswere zuldre5lMsfOre addresseswere
were fOre made by Dr E Y 1 Iulltns Mull us presi president president president ¬
dent of the Southern Baptist BapU t Theological TheologicalSeminary TheologlcRISemlMry TheologicalSeminary
Seminary Rev Re Dr O P Gifford of Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buffuelo ¬
falo Dr W V J Williams of St t t Louis Louisand Louisand Louisand
and Rev Re Dr John E White of Atlanta
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I better than sorn omp rugs you ou have Our expert native nativerug nativerug K Krug J
rug man will 111 be glad to come com and tell you ou all about aboutyour aboutour abontyour
your our rugs free rr of charge at your our convenience Just Justa
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todate Wash Rooms
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Just to convince you that we repair rugs better than any repairing store storein storeIn storein
in the country countr we will reweave a small hole In any an rug free of charge and andguarantee andgunrnntec andguarantee
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GENERAL GEr ERAL CHANGE OF TiME TABLES TABLESOn
On Sunday Sunda May 26 6 a general gen ra1 revision re ion of the time tables of ofthe f fthe fthe
the Pennsylvania a Railroad will be made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The Atlantic City Special will be established esta hed to leave Wash Washington ash ashingtolt ashingtoit ¬
ington at i 105 r 03 > 5 p in IlL weekdays and arrive Atlantic Ata tk City 5 145 p m mrunning mrunning mrunning
running running through via the Delaware Deiaw re River Bridge Route Returning Returningthe
the train will Jea kaig Atlantic City at 215 2 I5 p m m weekdays and arrive arriveWashington arriveVasbingt0l1 arriveWashington
Washington 700 7 00 1X p m mThe mlhc inIie
The service between Vasbiagton and New York will be beadjusted headjusted beadjusted
adjusted in the interest of the traveling public and a number of ofchanges ofchang ofchanges
changes chang will be made in the local service on all divisions divisionsNew divisionsNew divisionsNest
New Time Tables may be obtained of Ticket Agents on and andafter andafter andafter
after May 25
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESPrinting NOTICESPrinting NOTICES1Printing
Printing Thats Th iS Highclass HighclassThe Hihc1assThe
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Notice is hereby Kivn that no in person Is Isauthorial 15authorlzEd isauthorized
authorial to sell ell lots In Richmond Park Parkexcept Parkexcf Parkexcept
except excf > pt the officers of thin company or
Messrs leN Eaoley Easle A Hill whose office is at
Room Sos fWI 411 and 412 Munsey Building
where are aim the offices of this thispen com company cornpony ¬
pony pen NORTHWEST WASHINGTON
IMPROVEMENT lMPROVMENTCOMpANy TCOllPA VCOMPANY l INC INCATTRACTIVE INC INCATTRACTIVE INCATTRACTIVE
ATTRACTIVE PRINTING is a agood agood agood
good business tonic All work of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF OUTSTAND
Ing Bonds of The Capital Traction Com Company Cornlny ¬
pany p D I CWashington D 1 C May 8
ItWTNotlce I11tk otlee is hereby bereb given t Ten to the holders
of the outstanding bonds of The Capital
Traction Company Com pAn amounting in their
face value alue to one million and eighty
thousand dollars 1080000 of a total
issue W tutu of one million ive hundred thou thousand thouMnd thousand ¬
sand dollars 1500000 issued April 2
WOO payable twenty l years vears ans after date with
interest thereon at FOUR F l OUR PER CENTUM
PER ANNUM N U payable semiannually Hmlallnuullyand Hmlallnuullyandur and andsecured andsecured
secured ur by deed of trust upon the roads
franchises frenchl and certain other property oi o
the said company to the National ntlonal Safe
Deposit D lt Savings Savln 1i and Trust Company of
th the District DlRtrI t of Columbia trustee = that
the said The Capital Traction Company
hereby hreb exercises exerclse the option reserved r rYtd to It
in the body bod of the t said bonds to redeem
the sam same at any an time after three years ears
from their date with accrued Interest
thereon and at the rate of 105 lt for each
110 100 o of the principal of said bonds bondsThe bondsThe bondsThe
The said bonds will III be paid on FRIDAY FRIDAYthe PRIDAIthe PRIDArthe
the 31st day of May Ma 19 19 i T between tho
hours of 10 oclock a a m and 3 oclock oclockp clock clockp
p m with accrued interest at par and andat andat andat
at the rate of II 105 l0 for each situ of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal of the said bonds upon their theirpresentation theirpresentation theirpresentation
presentation ar aril l surrender at the princi principal prlnclPAl princIpal ¬
pal office of the company at the corner cornerof cornerof ornerof
of Thirtysixth and M streets northwest northwestin
in the City of Washington D C or if ifthe Ittbe Ifthe
the holder prefer at the RIggs National NationalBank NationalBank aUonal aUonalBank
Bank in the said city All holders of said saidbonds saidbonds saidbernIe
bonds are hereby hereb notified to present the thesame thesame theislile
same at said time and at cither of o said saidplaces saidplacet saidplaces
places for redemption as aforesaid In Interest Interest Interest ¬
terest will cease upon said bonds with 1t11 the the31sl the3lt the31st
31sl day of May lla 1 1KJ1 07 and no Interest will willb wlUbe tvlllbe
b be paid thereon thereafter By authority authorityof
of the board of directors of tho said com company comptm cornptnv ¬
pany GEORGE T DUNLOP DU LOP President Presidentof
of The ihe Capital eapl l Traction Company Companymy72ot Componmy25t CompanymZ27t
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