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WILL ILL STAND PAT PATNoncommittal PATY PATyeiicolnmittal
Noncommittal Y ncollnnittal on Presiden Presidential PlesidentialNominatioll Presidential ¬
tial tialNominatioll tialNominatiollI tialNominatiollXOT Nomination NoininatiollOT NominationXOT
Grateful to Friends However Howeverfor Howcverfor howeverfor
for Complimentary Notice NoticeVirginias NoticefrAinfns Notice1irglnfas
Virginias Senior Solon Discusses Discussesntionnl IJIMctulMellXntlonol DiscussesNational
National Ticket mid Declares Ilnt Ilntforni Ilntform IIntform
form Should Situ nld Rmincintc llrond llrondPrinciples BronelPrinciples ft rotul rotulPrinciples
Principles Upon Which hlch Democrat DenucrntsGenernlly DemocratGenerally IJemocrntllGenernll
Generally Genernll Agree A AgreeSnyaeellnllalbnl AgreeSnyaeellnllalbnlInns recSn Says Sectionalism Sectionalismlinn SectionnUIIDlIIn
linn IIn Been Done Awny Awn lwzty With WithSENATOR 11i 11iSENATOR Uh UhSENATOR
I uni In no aenae aen enPle e n candidate for forthe forthe forthe
the nomination nominationI
I think that the ticket nliotild he becomposed hecOnJpoull
composed of men according nleorllln to their theiravnilnhility thtlrnnllnlli1U thelravnalahiltta
nnllnlli1U avnilnhility and without regard to tosection tosection toscctlon
section sectionI °
I think the Democratic national nationalplatform nntlollnl11Jatrorm nntloonlpatfornt
platform should enunciate broad broadDemocratic hronllDtllIocrntJo broodDentneratle
Democratic principle and a III I he con confined cnnfill vonfined ¬
fined fill eI to those things thln N upon which whichthe nhlehthe + + hlcit hlcittlae
the Democrats arc generally generallyjjcrced grnrrnlli enCrnllrnreed
jjcrced jjcrcedA nreedJlllllclolIIl i reed reedjudkiotta
A jndicloiiM revision of the tariff tariffnot tnrlfTnot tnrIQnot
not it doctrinaire revision would wouldbest wouldhest oulel oulelbct
best meet public sentiment sentimentIt entllllen t tIt
It IN generally agreed that the theHold theloJc1 thegold
Hold standard IItnnd rll should not be men menaced mennlCcJ tttcnnerd ¬
aced or c1I disturbed tllrhell by h any nn proposi proposition prnpoltlon propoailion ¬
lion whatsoever whatsoeverThe nhntol nrhatnnererThe lr lrThe
The race question In the tic South lit litIn I IIn lain
In n better situation altu Ilon than It t has hasever linNenr hasever
ever been since the upheaval of the thecivil theehn theelvil
civil + nnr nnrLynehburg vur vurLynchburg ar arLynchburg
Lynchburg Va May Iay 2Breaking 25 5Br8kln Breaking the thelong thelong1eft thelong
long long1eft silence < which he has dlgnifledly dlgnifledlymaintained dlgnUIciIYmaintained dignifiedlymaintained
maintained since the first mentloa of his hisname hisn hisnarne
name n In connection with the honor John JohnWarwick JohnWarwick JohnWarwick
Warwick Daniel Virginias a senior Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor tor tonight authorized the announce announcement nnnoullCCment ¬
ment that although he is h not a candklate candidatefor candklatefor candklatefor
for the Presidential nomination on the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic ticket he is very grateful rateful to tohis tohis tohis
his friends fr nds for the complimentary men mention mention ¬
tion of his name as a probability probabilityFurther probabilityFurther
Further than tide he declined to tostating go gostating gostating
stating that he does not feel r called upon uponto uponto uponto
to give any aD additional definition of his at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude His stand is one of quiet dignity dignitythat dt1 Uy Uytbt
that of one who will m neither deny nor noraffirm noramrm noraffirm
affirm His position po concisely concl ely put is s that thathis thathis
his future in so far as it has any con connection Mnectlon mnnection ¬
nection with tlh so great gre t an honor as that thatof thatof thatof
of a Presidential nomination is entirely entirelyout enUrelyout
out of his hands and in the custody cu tod of ofbis ofbls ofhis
his party and Rbi friends friendsI rlendlI
I wu in no sense a candidate for f r the thenomination tbenmlnaUon
nomination declared Senator Daalsi DaalsiWhile DAa DAaWhlle nlsl nlslWhlfe
While the kindness klINt w wWi h w1 wMeirtlMiinii wMeirtlMiiniition elruaJ IUhnr IUhnrtion fl fltion
tion el f my Mane has been received ed in insome Insome insome
some quarters is naturally very ery gratify gratifying gr gratifying tlfy tlfyIng ¬
ing to me m I do hOt think the th situation situationcalls situationrape tuatlon tuatlonIalls
calls for any public expression expr ion from me meat meat meat
at this time timeStatement timeStntem
Stntem Statement nt Regarded Hc nrlltli Significant SignificantModest Shtllll1cnntModftt SigniflennfModest
Modest as this statement is ia Its signlfl signlflcunee stgnificanes nU nUcanN
canes Is not to be underestimated u mtttci if the theaction he heaction heaction
action in inner circles of the Democratic Democraticparty DeInOlIatleparty Democraticparty
party for the th past several weeks eeks Is con considered conEO c ° n nsd ¬
sidered EO sd I dred red This action has shown that a apronounced apronou apronounced
pronounced pronou fd desire de exists among a many In Influential Inftu influenthd ¬
fluential ftu nUal Democrats to see the Virginian Virginiannamed Vlrgininnnamffl
named to lead Ms party rty ticket as a safe safeand safetnl
and sane sane leader r to be put forward forwardagainst forwardagainst forwardagainst
against the generally regarded radical radicalWilliam radicalWilliam radicalWilliam
William J Bryan BryanSenator BryanSenator BryanSenator
Senator Daniels record as a soldier in inthe Inthe
the Confederate army his efforts to ob obliterate 00 00Jitfrate obliterate ¬
literate sectional lines since the war his hispublic hillpublic hispublic
public career as a statesman and a aDemocrat aDtmoerat aDemocrat
Democrat and his Arm position position favoring favoringgovernment fnuringgoemment favoringgovernment
government regulation of railroads milroadst tMllroadthough railroadsthough =
t though opposing government gov lIKnt ownership ownershipmakes ownershipmakes ownershipmakes
makes him in the opinion of many of his hiscolleagues hisroUeauea hisl
l colleagues in the Senate and 00 the leaders leadersIn
In his party a prospective pro nominee who whowould whowould whowould
would draw dr w great strength and prove the theproper theproper theproper
proper medium to bring about the tjw welding weldingof Weldl Weldlof ng
of the shattered remnants of the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic party partyIt JIilrtyIt partyIt
It Is believed that the next few weekswill weeks weekswill weekwill
will disclose the full extent of the Daniel Danielmovement DanielmoenHmt Danielmovement
movement moenHmt which up to the present timel time timehas timehas
has l as been more more or less covered coveredView coveredfew covered11ea
View few s on ntlnnnl Ticket TicketWhen Tlck TicketWhen t tWhen
When seen n at his borne in Lynchburg Lynchburgtoday Lynchburgtoday Lynchburgtoday
today the Senator was extremely extremel reluc reluctant reluctant reluetant ¬
tant to discuss the Presidential situation situationand sltuaOonand situanenand
and it was 8S only in response r ponsc to a directquestion direct directquestion dlreetqu
question qu sUon as to whether he h was a comBdate comB candidate CnJIdate ¬
date for the nomination that he h made hisstatement his hisstatement hisfltat
statement fltat l ftIt but when pressed ed for his views viewson vleson viewson
on the general lItral character of what hat th the nex nexDemocratic next nextDemocratic nextmoclllUc t
Democratic moclllUc platform should lie more par particularly particularly r rtlculAri ¬
ticularly tlculAri Hs attitude on sectionalism tIonaIiMt governnnent gov government govrrnIMnt ¬
ernment regulation n of railroads centrali tentlrtltzatlon centralization tnill tnillzatilHl ¬
zation tariff money I ami and the race issue issuehe IfsueIll Issuehe
he declared himself blm lf as followsAa follows followsAs f01l0W8As
As to the national ticket I have not notmyself notm no nomyself t
myself m 5elr aspired to or sought any n position positionon
on a national natlo l ticket and thereforespeak therefore I Ispeak Ispeak
speak on this subject without embarrass embataassmeat embarrassment embatrassment ¬
ment In the wholesome condition of ofpublic orpublic o opublic f
public feeling that has come to pass I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think that the thetlcket ticket should be composed composedof com d dof
of men according aecordl to their merit and avail availability IIRUability availability ¬
ability without regard to the section from fromwhich fromhlch fromwhich tom
which hlch they r come There are no sections sectionsof ectlonsof sectionsof
of this country at present nt with 1th respect to tothe totht t tthe o
the great t economic questions we have t tdetl to todeal todftl o oo
deal with nor so far as I know is the thespirit thespirit t tspirit
spirit of sectionalism such as to interferwith Interfere Interferewith Interferewith e
with the due exercise of enlightened enUsh ne Judg Judgment Jud Judment judment ¬
ment mentIJrllnd
llrond Democratic Principles PrinciplesI
I am not undertaking to frame any anyDemocratic aDYDlmocraUc anyDemocratic
Democratic platform that suits existing existingconditions exitUngcondltlOIll existingconditions
conditions but I would say SA offhand offIu that thatI t thatI t
I think the national ttoaal Democratic platform platformshould phtttermshould putter puttershould m
should enunciate broad general Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic principles prl dples and be confined to those thosethings tholethings thosethings
things upon which the Democrats are ar gmnsmelly gen generally generally ¬
erally agreed agreed i Thus Th s limited it would wouldbring wouldbring wou woubring ll
bring together the Democratic forces of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the United rnlt States Stat and if they could be bebrought Irebrought iabrought
brought together the they > would have an ex excellent excennt excellent ¬
cellent chance of victory victorySuch YfelonSuth victorySuch
Such a R platform would of course COU in include 111clud htelude ¬
elude clud fair and just regulation of the cot corporations fiJrpof cotpotations ¬
potations pof lUons < engaged in interstate commerce commerceIt commc commcIt commerceIt
It should of course take the Constitullofairly Constitution Constitutionfairly ConsUtuUunCldrl n
fairly Cldrl and justly JII8I1 Interpreted as Its guide guideand SUIdfoand guideand
and have the public welfare as Its sole soleaim JOeaim so soaim le
aim also it would not entertain any anyproposition anypropo an anproposition y
proposition propo it n for the United States to own ownthe onthe ow owthe n
the roads or or the vehicles engaged in intransportation Intransportation i itransportation n
transportationWhat transportation transportationWhat transportationWhat
What the far distant future may bring bringno bringno
no man can say but such a proposition propositionthe is isthe isthe ii
the reversal of Democracy Demoer c and the despair despairof depprtof r
of the repute republic Moreover It diverts the themind toomind t tmind
mind from the progressive pro resslO regulation of ofContinued orContinued o oContinued t
Continued oil Pnge 3 Column 4Prices 4 4Prices 4Prices
Prices on all Kinds of Lumber are Lower Lowert
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Widow of President Ple ielcllt Can SiiiWive Sur Survive Surire ¬
vive ire Only Few Hours HoursINQUIRY HoursINQUIRY floursINQUIRY
All Membera of o the FnmHy lfiwD Arc nt ntIlcdsidc nt1I0dllllc atIlcdsidc
Ilcdsidc nnd AVIrc iron Arc re Hardened Hardenedwith IInrllcnellith lhtrdcnedr
with r ith McsHMijfosi Jlel n cI of Condolence CondolenceHulk COllllol CondolenceIlnik lle lleUulk
Hulk of lnrKc 1lr Lnrge McKinley JlcJUnle HMtnte HMtnteExpected Hl lisfateExpected < nte nteEXlleetel1
Expected to Go to lre Mr Ill Ilnrlionr IlnrlionrCanton BnrhonrInfun IlnrhonrCaufon
Canton < Infun Ohio lint Jlu 2 2lthlllllh 2lthlllllhtlmnlllltH Although AlthoughitiniiilnntN tlthnughsthnaluds
itiniiilnntN and nourishment have 11e been beennilmiiilstereil heellIIIhnlnINtlrlt branadutinistcred
nilmiiilstereil freely rest to Mr lira 1 rH McKlnlcv McKlnlcvthe licllaicthe UclllIleft UclllIleftthr
the iihjslclnns at the bedside hCd l ie at aloclock 1 1oclock 1oclllck
oclock thiN annrning mornlni m lrnhl1 report thrre th re in no noprowncct no11rm1tlllt nopnwprrt
prowncct of if impnn improvement emrnh The end In Inbut 111but haut
but b ut n question of hour hourCanton hOllrllCAn LoursCanton
Canton CAn Ion May Iay 23AI At the conclusion of a aconsultation Iiconsultation aconsultation
consultation of of physicians late tonight it itto It1M its
to i s given out at the t e McKinley Home that thatMrs tbatIrs thatrs
Mrs M Irs rs McKintejr is gradually raduall growing growingweaker jrolngweakero growingweaker
weaker weakero but wi that she lttt will 111 probably sum survive hrJ1n sumvice ¬
J1n vive for twentyfour or fortyeight hours hoursDr bou bouDr hoursDr
Dr Portman says ys there will 111 probably be beno beno beo
no n o revival of her energies before b rore death deathI
I do not expect her death to occur occurtonight occurtonight occuronight
tonight t although It may From what I IkMw I Iknow Iknow
know of the disease d from which she Auf suffers 8ulft18 Aufets ¬
fers ets and th the influences In n that are re now nowwarding no nowardlnb nowarding
warding w off death l1 th she will ill probably sur survive sur1ve survive ¬
vive until 1t some time tomorrow nightSurgeon nightSurgeon night nightSurgeon
Surgeon General l Rlxeys bulletin states statesthat statesIMt stateshat
that t Mrs MsjCJnlax Ih I te stswiy Iiewvd siskin siskinTeday allIkIIw allIkIIwTtJdav siakirgToday
Today all sf Uw tics ustaihres a + siaW of UM MsJCfc MsJCfcujy lirt lirtldr I 1 1r
ujy r family amt who are out of r the city wsw IweNsunllnoned < wswsummoned weessutantoned
summoned The wire has been kept kfl busy busywith buqwith busywith
with telegrams t gramf of condolence eon nce coming coml to tothe tothe tothe
the house hou e inquiries by wire wi are myriad myriadand myrt myrtand myriadand
and Secretary Secll tary Cortdyou Is J constantly re repJlnb relying
plying p to telegrams and sending bulletin bulletlftflto
to friends and officials ol cla at Washington WashingtonJustice WlotIJu i1 aahittgtoaJustice
Justice Ju tke of the Supreme Court William R RDay RDay
Day and wife reached the city elt today todayand tedayIUI todayand
and IUI visited the bedside 18kJe at once onceJlcKlnley 0I1ftlclill1le onceMcKinley
McKinley lclill1le Bntntc InrKc InrKcA InreA
A telegram received from President and andMrs andirf a aMrs
Mrs Roosevelt at the McKinley KlnJ home to tonight to tonlsht toight ° ¬
night n ight Inquiring as to Mrs Irs McKinleyondition McKinley McKlnleyscondition lcKlnleyscOtMlltkln
condition c was as immediately answered answeredAn ARawtredAn answeredAn
An immediate reply was received from the theWhite theWhUe theWhite
White House announcing anooundn < sorrow and un uneasiness unNtntlll unasiness ¬
easiness easinessMrs NtntlllIrs e asinessMrs
Mrs McKinley will leave Jea a a considerable considerableestate eonlidftableeMae conidderabestate le
estate Those In a position lioa to know lutO say sayit ayIt sayit y
it will approximate JXMM She ow owseveral owns ownsseveral ownsseveral ae
several valuable business blocks m in Can Canton Canton Canton ¬
ton ton ind 00 has investments In ttnftlts elsewhere to together together togather ¬
gether with 1th giltedged securities Prac Practically Practically Practlcaliy ¬
tically the entire estate could be con converted converted converted ¬
verted Into cash within a short timePresident time timePresident UI1KPreltlent
President McKlnleys estate tllt te which whichentirely hleh Is toentirely IsnUreir
entirely separate from this amounted t to toabout toabout o
about 114000 140600 including his life insur insurance Innr1UHt nsur nsursake ¬
sake This < goes to the McKinley lcKh ey family familyat family familyat familyat r
at Mrs lrtI McKinleys death deathMrs deathMrs th
Mrs 1111 Man 181 B Barbour a sister is Mrs MrsMcKinlevs M MMcKinleys 1 11IcKinleys
McKinlevs nearest n l relative and Is ex expected expectt1 expetted ¬
petted to inherit the tI bulk UI of the fortune fortuneDICK fortu fortuDICK fortuneDICK
Senator Hurriedly Leaves Il ae Ion t tAvoid to toAvoid toAolll 0
Avoid Committing Himself 1I11111eJrAkron lithnselfAkron HimselfAkron
Akron Ohio Ma May 181 SSenator Senator Dick Dickdodgod Dickdodged Dic Dicdodged k
dodged between th the forked tall and the thedeep t tdeep
deep deep sea a today and fled ci to Chi Chicago Chica Chicagn ¬
cago ca o while his fellowRepublicans t tSummit In InSummit InSummit
Summit County held a am mass meeting in indorsing Indonling Indoming ¬
doming Secretary of War Taft and Reese Roosevelt R Rvt1 ¬
velt veltThe vt1 ve1LThe t tTbe
The meeting meet ll bad been Jfen planned for some sometime IOnWthn sonstime o
time thn but Dick dM not know of it It ityesterday and andyesterday And1cstertlay
yesterday returned home IO from Washington Washing Washington WuhlngtOft ¬
ton Then they toM him To attend and andlend andkond a ne i ishouting
lend a feeble C bIe enthwelasw to the Taft Taftshouting Taltshoutlnb Tat
shouting or sit with sternly folded arms armsami armsand semi
and frowning brow alone alon in his hisseemed home homeseemed homeceme
seemed the alternative To do the first firstwould lira lirawould rat ratoulll
would oulll mean deserting Foraker To do th the thesecond theteeond e
second would estrange Summit Count CountHe County CounlHe CountyHe
He dodged dodgedCrgent dodgedLrgent lodgedUrgent
Urgent business bUllln it was announced announcedat announces CelJ CelJat I
at his home called him to Chicago Chl 50 late latelast latelut lat e
last night and he would not get home tl tlnext till tillnext UIInext 1I
next week weekThe welkThe
The Taft Indorsement went through throughwith throUbhwith throngwith h
with a rush We believe Taft will car carry tJilrr carry ¬
ry r out the Roosevelt policies read the theresolution therei th C
rei resolution and that he will get et a major majority majorIty majorIty jot ¬
ity of the Republicans of OhioPLOT Ohio OhioPLOT OhioPLOT
Arrest of Germnn icniinn Anarchist Expect Expected Exp ct ctcd ¬
ed to Lead to Developments DevelopmentsCopenhagen neelolllnentCopenhftgD
Copenhagen May 1Ia 2S iIn In the arrest of ofGerman a aGerman aGt
German Gt > rman anarchist named Xieziegh lez fgh the thepolice thepollre th thpolka e
police believe they th tits have disclosed dl dosed a plot plotto plotto plo t
to attempt the assassination of the Dow Dowager Dowager Dowa5er ¬
ager Empress Dagmar of Russia when whenshe whenshe who n
she arrived here this summer summerXioziegh SUlninerllziegh summerNlezkgh
Xioziegh llziegh hired a residence near t tI1ngs the theKings theKings he
Kings summer palace where th the Dow Dowager Dowager Dowagar ¬
ager Empress Emp expected to spend part of ofher ofJl o ohot f
Jl her r time and it te believed bel Ycd that but for forlite fo fohis r
his arrest arr t Nlezlegh lezIlgb wouldJ would have carried carriedthe carriedthe ca cathe rrkd
the plot to a successful st1C fiful > Issue tesueFire IssueFire
Fire Cause 100000 Loss LossNew IoNew
New ew York May Iay 5 2 Fire tonight tonightcaused tonightcaused ht
caused a toss of WOCOO 0 p the building buildingoccupied buildingoccupied buillin buillinoccupied g
occupied by b the Manhattan Brass < Works Worksat Works Worksat
at 337 Bust Twentyseventh street For Fora F Fa or
a time the Cornell Medical Me Jlcal Society build bulWing buildIng buildlag
ing wa was threatened but the efforts of the thefiremen th thfiremen
firemen conllned tho flames to the brass brassfactory brasefactor1 boa boafactory
factory factoryA
A 1 In Carte Lunch Seneel Dally DallyAt UnityAt RallyAt
At Ecksteins from 12 to 3 1J12 N Y av avThe ave aveThe neThe e
The Best Boards only onl 200 OO per 100 ft ft
For the District of Columbiaand Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland MarylandRain Rain and and warm wanner warmer warnier ¬
er today Tomorrow partlycloudy partly partlycloudy partlycloudy
cloudy and warmer fresh fr b east to tosouth tosouth
south winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
1Senator 1 nator Daniel Not a Candidate Candidate1Ruef CandidatelRuet Caadtiata1Rust
1Ruef and Schmitz Again A IIMn Iodkied1Mrs Indicted Indicted1Mrs
1Mrs McKinley Gradually Staking Staking1Atteropt 8IRktDflAUtmpt Slnkiag1Attempt
1Atteropt Made > to Poison l llIOn Mrs I GouM 0 01Belmonts CoeM1Belmodts
1Belmonts 1 Belmonts Home tor Sale1Aooseteltg Sale 8a1 8a1IR
1 IR 1Aooseteltg Roosevelt tJtIl Astonish Royalty RoyaltyThree RoyaltIThftt Royalty1Three
IThftt Three Killed m In Texas Cyclone CycloneJAttemirt Cycles3Attempt M MIAtttmpt
JAttemirt to Prove Haywood UOGI3Slav AsJMCMnU AsJMCMnU3Slav 1rla e w w3Slav
3Slav Held in Staffeldt Sta < eldt Case Case3Boecks C Csae3lloecks
3Boecks 3 k Friends mndl May ay Pay PayIDrl Dstt Dsttt Debit Debit2Dn
IDrl t Drt IMOK r Defends Animal Thsortac Theotistl3Roosevelts TbeoriIIIRooRwit
IRooRwit 3 Roosevelts Act Surprises 8u loyalty Hoyalty7Theodore opk1Theodo loyalty7Theodore
7Theodore Triton Dies In I PSJ PSJ7News 1 17NewIIJ Parr Parr7Newg
7News of Virginia Vlr aJfI and fa Afarytt Haryfend HaryfendLOCAL aL aLLO
10 LOCAL LOCAL1Man C Cd I IIMan l1Man
1Man Kills Woman 0 and Hlsssilt nuIJn IlManeL1Japan
IJn 1 Japan Insists I Insists on Protects Protects2OiBcers ProtedlllL IhotectienzGlee
zGlee 2OiBcers 0 lined by President2Pupils President President3Pnplls PIftIIdeMPuplJ
3Pnplls PuplJ on Gram 1Irone 1IroneOu llisilQ2Dig roHe roHeBlg
2Dig Blg Gas Deal Afoot2Mexicans Afoot Afoot2Mexieans Afoot2lexieaM
2Mexieans Look for C I W Wr WrOrpnlae War War6Organtse r rtOrgantee
tOrgantee Orpnlae to Probe Child Labor LabortGarneM lAborGarfteld LaboriGarfield
tGarneM Abolishes Library IJbrarBELMONT LibraryFifth UbraryBELMONT
Fifth Avenue Residence in NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York Being Dismantled DismantledHornier DismantledPornter I IJlormr
Hornier Occupant Will In Hereafter De Devote Ueote Devote ¬
vote ote Time lletircen Washington Washingtonewport NnahtngUmNewport nhlnlttol1cwlll1rt
Newport ewport nnd Loiip Jon Inland Inlandhangs 1lnnllXew IslandNea
Xew York York Kay a big blue sign signhangs sa sabaft8S
hangs out the smssiBstory window 4ndo of ofPerry ofPerry ofPerry
Perry Beimonfs t house at HI f Fifth ave avenue aftRUe ayeas ¬
RUe as It announces e that the property JIIOIHrtytor to tofor htor
tor sale Ie for business purposes Mr Bel Belmoat Delmo Belmost
moat mo t sailed for or Europe about bout a week weekago weekago
ago and there th Is little In th the house bo nowthat now nowthat DOtbat
that shows that It was once Inhabited InhabitedWorkmen InhabitedWorkmen inhabitedWorkmen
Workmen are a taking < out all the Interior Interiorttttrags IntftiortlWnp inn inntltti riot
ttttrags tltti and la a day da or so the hodse will willbe 111tbe willbe
be entirely dismantled The furniture furniturewas furnttureremoTed furniturewas
was removed the t early earl pert of test w wMk wMkThe Mk MkTIM ek ekThe
The grounds u belong to Columbia College CollegeMr Col ColII
Mr Belmont owns O 1UI the leasehold MaseholdA
A firm of Fifth avenue real estate efia te deal dealers dealen ¬
ers offer the leasehold for sale and It Itnot Itnot is isnot
not at all unlikely unltkl that within a short snorttime shorttime shorttime
time another r business bulbJmg < will willerected 1U be beerected bfoencted
erected in the block which now no containthree contains containsthree rontatnlthree S
three The Belmont Imont house is not In the therestricted thereatrkted therestricted
restricted district but it is only a year yearo or orso orIO
so since the ft first t business house made 1 its itsappearance Itaappearance
appearance In the block Immediately Immediatelyacross ImmediatelyaertJllt
across the street t from the Belmont hone now nowto houM houMtile
to i the residence of Miss XI Helen Gould GouldOthers O UldOtMn GouldOthers
Others in the block who 00 own property propertyare propertrare propertyare
are Mrs Robert Goelet J II Uaegin UaeginFrederick 4iaggthFrederick
Frederick Prtd r1ck Roosevelt RJ R osevlt 1t and W K C Beach BeachSo BeachSo BeachSo
So far then th4 > 1f has been no mercantile in intrusion in intru Intruelan ¬
trusion on the east side of the avenue avenuebetween a anon anonbetween veauebetween
between Fortyseventh street and Forty Fortyeighth FortyellJhth Fortyeighth
eighth street at t but it Is not at all unlikely unlikelythat unllkel unllkelthat unlikelythat y
that the advent of trade t on the west W t sMe sMeof IIIdeof
of the avenue will drive the old residents residentsto re
to other parts of the city cityMr colt coltlr
Mr Belmont Imont is now building bulldtn a house ho in inWashington InWublngton f fWashington n
Washington and will not again aln live In InXew I IXf INew
New Xf York City He will spend his time timebetween timebett
between Washington Newport and his hiscountry hiscountry hl hlcountry g
country place on Long Lon Island IslandRDEF IslandRUEF IslandRUEF
Former Boss and Mayor Jointly JointlyIndicted JointlyIndicted Jointl y
Indicted in More Graft Cases CasesSupervisors CasesSUIICrhflr
Supervisors Ottered Money lone to Vote Votefor Yotefor Vof e
for S > Cent Gas < Rntc and for forSan forCnr
Car IlrnIlChleH IlrnIlChleHSan
San Francisco I May 1 SThe The grand rartd jury juryreturned Juryturne juryreturned
returned turne twentyeight additional indict indictiients IRdfetIIftlls
iients today which It is thought mark markthe markthe marlthe
the end of the graft t cases in connection connectionwith fOftnecUonwith connectionwith
with big corporations corporaUoPolice Police graft and andprise anlprtae ann annprise 1
prise fight bribery are yet to be con considered conBklred conaltered ¬
altered sideredTodays BklredT alteredTadiavg
Todays T days Indictments include fourteen fourteenJointly fourtenjoInUy fourteenjotnuy
Jointly against Abe Reef Mayor Schmitz SchmitzFrank Schmitz SchmitzFmnk
Frank G Drum John Martin MarUa and Eu Eugene RuDeMbia ¬
gene Desabta They charge that these thesemen theflmom tic see
men offered and gave bribes 1 of 759 3i each eachto eachto sac sacto h
to fourteen iour n selfconfessed selt corddaleed taibetaklng taibetaklngsupervisors 1NIbetaklngaupenlaon vibetaken g
supervisors to vote for an 85cent ent gas rate rateFourteen rat ratFourteen rateFourteen
Fourteen Joint indictments were also alsovoted Altovoted u
voted against G IL II Umbsen J B Green GreenW GreenW Garen1t
W 1t I Drobeck and Abe Ruef R f for offers ottering otteringfor ofrertfOl
for 1086 1 each to the same supervisors to togrant toIt1UIt t 0
grant a franchise ranchl e to the Parkshte Transit TransitCompany TransitCompany Trans 0t t
Company for a a car line to the th lands of ofthe ofthe o r rthe
the ParksWe Realty Company The The Park Parkside Parkside Parkside
side men are all well known Jtnmv real estatoperator estate estateoperators fItAteoratolll e
operators and have been classed among amongthe Kmongthe amon
the solid and eminently respectable m men menof menoC
of the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The grand Jury adjourned today totill to toJune toJune t tJuno o
June M when the investigation Inve UgRtlonOf of graft graftwill t
will 111 be I resumed Bail was fixed at Z S 50 50Cor 9 9for I Itor
for each of todays Indictments IndictmentsThcrci Indictmentrherco indictmentsrhercn
Thcrci huh Safety nail Profit ProfitIn IrontIn lrolhtIn
In depositing your your funds in banking de dertment d dpJtment titment e
pJtment rtment of Union Trust Co 1414 F J st stars s L LIntere5t
in Intere5t erect paid Oft all accounts Dep8ltts Dep8lttsare Depad
are subject to cheek tvuenevor desired dtelydxlBoards desiredI desiredoerds
I Boards Wide and Bright rfght J100 100 per 100 ft ft f t
Declares She Knew of At Attempts AttClUl Atii ¬
tempts tClUl temptsTELLS ii jts > ts to Poison l > oison Her HerTELLS HerTELLS
Abe Hummel Said to Have Sent Her Hern lIerletterHtllort
n letterHtllort Letter Reports How liplstles liplstlesWorried Bi llllltleJil llllltleJillIrrlcd laden ladenorricd
Worried lIrrlcd Her Jlert tier that Move Would 1111111 lie HeMndc lieJlndc lieJlnde
Mndc on Life IUeIcft Left In Automobile AutomobileComplains AutomohlleOllllllllnH tutonrobileComplains
Complains < to P O Department DepartmentX DepartmentNea
X Nea w York May 2SThe statement statementwhich ltatthieh statementwhich
which hieh Mrs In Howard Could made to Dep Deputy Deputy Deputy ¬
uty Police Commissioner < houses oa on Fri Friday 1rIday Friday ¬
day night has created a situation which whichwill whichwill bleb blebwtll
will not fee cleared el by the mew retirement retirementof t tor
of Capt Inspector William McLaugttltn McLaugttltnan Mciaughliea n
an a peostoa of Sides a year yearIt yearIt ear earIt
It developed eIottM today that Mrs In Gould Gouldtold Gouhltold
told the commissioner comntt loner among RIO of ofthings other otherthings othertbl
tbl things that while the central office omcet officetorctires de detectives ¬
t tectives < U and others were tre making kln her life lifealmost lifeaimt lifealmost
almost unbearable fey It shadowing IbafIowtn her hereverywhere ber1ft1Tlitere hereverywbert r
everywhere she M ha < 5 received ed anonymorotes anonymous anonymousotss non noneau us
rotes cftutfcmhig eau her against a nat drinking drinkingeoffee drlaklnlOft drinkingeoln
eoffee Oft or liquors or eating eatl anything In Instrange InIItran i istraage n
strange IItran places The writer feared eM that thatan thatfort tha thaan t
an effort would be made to drug Mrs MrsGould IdrsGould n nGould
Gould Mrs Gould told the commission commissioner ¬
er 01 she believed that It was W all the th purpose purposeof pu puoc purposeof
of the persons conspiring co ll1h1ng against a lnat her to toKst toher t tAsst 0 0rug
Kst h her r under the Influence Inl nee of some drug drugami d da druga rug
ami a place her when in this condition conditiontiaiiiiromWiig in insniraBiiaiMg InetuaUolt
sniraBiiaiMg tiaiiiiromWiig situation etuaUoltSIte situation3be sttuaiiotiShe
She few M Ms Mea whs Rye th t twrUft t twhlide asMmjnious asMmjniouswriur
wriur is She desoHl ti the theas dMu hmjtVrfcn hmjtVrfcnM
M that th t of an uneducated Ufted ted person Ie Mrs MrsGould x xOoakl MGould rs
Gould it was said hI headed the warning warningand wand waraIand wandand tg
and took extra precautions to safeguard safeguardherself safeguardherself teKUfd teKUfdhelt rd
herself whenever she went ent outCommissioner out outCommissioner outComlRiMlon4r
Commissioner H Hanson mon to Interested hi hith Inthwe Isthese
these th e anonymous warnings varnlftAbut but not notmuch so somuch 80much
much so as m JR the th letter which Mrs Gould Gouldsays GottIdS Gouldsays
says S she got from Abe HuntmeL HuntmeLLetter HummeLIetter liummeLLetter
Letter from Hummel HummelThe lIullunelTb tlnmtnclThe
The Tb letter which bleh Mrs Gould received receivedfrom reeetndCrom receir receirfront ed
from Hummel wasnt the first intma intmashe intimation intimationshe InUmatioashe
she got from outside sources that In Inspector Inpector InSpector ¬
spector McLaughluis I t IIn men were on onlaalL her hertralL herlralL
tralL Several anonymous letters so she shetold MIetad
told Commissioner Hanson had come to toher toher t ther
her warning her that the city ftt poflee were wereafter wereafter ire re t tafter
after her One of these notes which whichdroiteed was wasdropped walldropped
dropped In her automobile when it was wasstanding wa wastanding 11 11tandtllft
standing In front of the WaldorfAstoriaended WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriaended aidorrAfiorlaended
ended with 1th these thes words wordsKeep wordsKeep ora oraKeep
Keep faith with me by destroying deIItrofl this thisnote thisnote thenote k
note and by leaving lea Ing the fragments f ntJ of ofin K Kin itIn
in the automobile the next time you yOu youOUt go goout goout
out outMrs
Mrs r Gould compiled with this Utl request requestbut ftque8tbat requestbut
but she WM sat satisfied hhed from the cunt cuntthat context contextthat eoathtthat
that the person who sent Jlftt her the aot note notewas Jiote Jiotewu u uwas
was one who had constant access 11 to her hercar hercar he hecar r
car carThere
There was at least lea one man In n Nov XewYork Xf XfYork NovYork
York who was mighty sore over overstateatedts the thestatements thetAt
statements tAt lIIttIt made by Mrs Irs Gould to the thecoirimissioner thecommtMloner th thtvtdmissioner e
coirimissioner and that was former f In Inspector Inapector Inspecctor ¬
spector Byrnes under nd r whose wing Mc McLanehlln McLat McIattgfilin
Lanehlln Lat hltn was reared In the police depart department Martment departmrnL ¬
Implicate Byrne ByrneMrs IJrn I Ilnl
Mrs Gould charged that the detectivbureau detective detectivebureau deteetheburt e
bureau u when wh Byrnes yrnftl was active a the in the thepolice thepoli th thpolice e
police poli department was as used by t the theGoulds tbeGoulds he
Goulds to search IM Jt out her b r record That Thatwas Tbatwafi Thawar t
was before her marriage to Howard HowardGould HGWlKdGould d
Gould when th the match was beingposed being op opposed ope opepos ° p ¬
posed pos by b George J J Gould and other mem members memrtI mombers ¬
bers rtI of the th family familyInspector ramilyIM familyInspector
Inspector IM tor Byrnes denied nieclloday today most em emphatically emphUdllY emphetlcally ¬
phatically that he had ad ever ever vf > r been respond respondWe Iftponflbit respondlele
We for any action by b members tnm of the se set tie tietClIye ti titective e
t tClIye ctlve bureau in regard rd to th the pren prenMrs present presentMrs t
Mrs 118 Gould He declared that he hti htinever h bd bdne > d dnever
never ne been asked to inquire Into Her roc record reeord ¬
ord and that he knew k1tftHbthtng nothing whatevsabout whatever whateverabout hteveraoout r
about her except as as he Had read of her at atthe atthe a athe t
the time of the marriage in the newspa newepapots newspapers Wlpa WlpaJ1irs ¬
pots persInspector J1irsInsJiCtlir potsInspector
Inspector Byrnes yrnt8 said that be Intended Intendedto Intend cd
to sue Mr Irs Gould for the statements statementswhich stntementJlwhich statementwhich a
which she made before the commissioner commissionerP
P J O Department Aroused ArousedThe AroucIIThe ArousedThe
The Postoflicp Post oflice Department will ill also in investigate InntlUpte inveetigate ¬
vestigate the charges cba t8 made by b Mrs In How Howard Howani howand ¬
and Goukl that her mail was tampered tamperedwith tamMredwith tamper tamperwith sip sippN0
with for fOr months if Mrs 31t lrtI s Gould will willduct pro produce prodll ¬
duce dll e the letters which she told Police PoliceCommissioner PolicCommlsloner Polk PolkCommissioner
Commissioner Bingham had been opened openedTracings openedTraelngs openedTracings
Tracings had been made nutll of the addresses addressesshe AddressesSM
she also Informed the commissioner commissionerWhether commlsskmerWhether commissionerWhether
Whether Mrs IrA Gould was In town or ornot ornot o onot
not her mall was tampered with sakl sakla sal sala i
a friend of Mrs Gould who was WA present presentat presen presenat t
at the interview She has discover discoverthat discovered discoveredthat discoveredthat ed
that many a letter sent to her never neverreached neVlrreached reevereached r
reached her hands Tracings were mad made madeof madeor a
of addresses and she saw the blur of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the tracing paper P per or where an attempt attempthad aUempthad ahem pt
had been made to tak take an n Impression lon of ofthe oftbe o f
the writing of the sender by b means of ofcopying ofeop1ng o ocopying f
copying paper paperNINE PAperNINE paperNINE
Loci Lodging chip lnl House 1101111 < nt Sn > nn Jose Jo e Destroy Destroyed Detro Detroell Destroycd ¬
ed by Incendiary IncendiarySan IncelIJ1nr IncelIJ1nrSOft lnceadinrySon
San Jose Cal May lIa 26 1Nlne Nine persons personsare pernsare
are believed to have perished in a flr flrwhich fire firewhich firewhlch e
which today toda destroyed a lodging lioupe lioupeand bouleand bonsand e
and sugar buildings The body bod of one onevictim one1ctlm o ovictim
victim has already alre d been rescued rescuedOil
Oil and rags found In a corner of one oneof oneor on e
of the buildings which was s not ddcstro destroyed destroyedby destroedb e eby d
by b flames flttm s have given rise to rumors that thattho thatthl tfaa t ttin
tin fire was of incendiary origin The Thepolice ThepoItce Th Thpollee e
police are making m kng a thorough invests investiga investigation ImesUgutlon ¬
Chesapeake Brnch BrnchNow DrnchNow DenchNow
Now open openLlbbey openLibbe
Llbbey Libbe Lhh bey Co Co C 6th St St and N Y Ave e
Severe S evere Storm Passes Innscarhrough Through South Soutliircst SOllth1eJilt Southwest
west Louisiana LouisianaNew IollilnllnNew LoulainnaNew
New Orleans La May IA 25Durl During a asevere a8ve asevere
severe 8ve electric e trIc storm in Southwest Louis Louisiana Lou LouUghtAlng Louisiana ¬
iana lightning struck the farmhouse farmhouseof
of Nolan olan Kllender Elleftd < on Bayou Itayou Chouptgne Chouptgnehi
hi I n Calcssteo killing Blteader EI r and another anotherman aBOthermRn anotherman
man and eight mules mu The barn and allthe all ailthe allthe
the farm Implements it contained were weredestroyed weredeltrored weredestroyed
destroyed destroyedJesse deltroredJeue destroyedJesse
Jesse AuthensnL Authena s a rice farmer living Hvingat livingat log logat
at Hayes near by was w struck from his hishorse hlaDoT1lt hishorse
horse by lightning HJhtnl tg and instantly killed killedHe dlledlie kiiinlie
He l ie had been HftI married only onl a few weeksThe weeks weeksThe weeksThe
The severe e rain and electric storms stormswhich stor storwhlcb storamwhich
which have prevailed prevail in the Southwest fora for fora fora
a month still continue continueUNION continueUNION tlRue tlRueUNION
Secretary erttnr of AVar fir Rcqurnted H qllltell to Ilx Ilxelude llxelude
elude 111111 Soldier IlnndN IlnndNgpccfal 1111 Iinadslspeehi 1111 H Hpedal
pedal to TIle T e WMhtocfam thiett0ll d Herald HeraldCleveland 1lnaJdClnflnd HnidCleveland
Cleveland Ohio May SThe The last lastaloft set setskm ass asssloe
aloft of the American Federation of Must Musiduns Xustcia Mustclone
duns cia IUI convention resulted In the adoption adoptionof
of strong resolutions reMatlo demanding demandln of the theSecretary thfrPtary
Secretary rPtary of War that hands composed ofenlisted of ofenlisted 01llsted
enlisted llsted soldiers be excluded from corn cornIns comInr cornug
Ins l ug Into competition with civilian meal musicians IB IBn mealtour ¬
cians tour n The matter maa tel was W telegraphed tel rapbed di directly dI dIUy dlredly ¬
rectly Uy to Secretary ta17 TalL TafLThe TalLretOiutten
The resolution containing eontaial 8 the protest protestwas protestwas al alw
was w adopted unanimously and the matter matterwilt maUrwill
will be placed before Mr Taft in a more moreextended mo moIxtndfod moreextended
extended form next week weekBRITISH eeit eeitBRITISH
Sudden Departure of Roosevelts RooseveltsRelatives RooseveltsRelatives
Relatives Causes Stir StirLondon Stir1lIlIc1on
London Society Disappointed Nut lIt t to toRe toDe °
Re Permitted to Kntcrtnlii the theIrcnldeiitfi thelOrcIItlIt
Ircnldeiitfi Kin KinacM Kintit
pddrl acM to n WaaWsssM W Giant tt HMM HsnMLondon HMMlay IiaYLondon
London May at sItoyaity Royalty to as asished astoo astootetod aateuItIbed
tetod as royalty permits a Itself to besociety fee feesociety IteIIOCtety
society Is candidly surprised and says so soby 0by
by the sudden departure of President PresidentRoosevelts IretddfttRooIIeveUJI P PRoosevelts eesibent
Roosevelts ktaspeopie the DouglasRob DouglasRobinsons DoU8luRobI 1ouagkra R Rhuona ¬
insons huonaPresident insonsPresident I IOftII IOftIIPrellldent
President Roosevelt cabled a week ago agoit a8Oft agoit
it te said said asking Mr r Robinson his broth brotherinlaw bnJtberinJaw brother ¬
erinlaw er la Iaw Mrs I Robinson and their daugh daughter daughter ¬
ter Mle Miss I Corlnnei Coli to return to the United UnitedSUtes UnitedState p
State as soon as possible That to the theInterpretation theIftierpretatlon t 1e
Interpretation of the Robinsons flitting flittingThey ftItUnThey flittingThey <
They caught the steamship Cereals at atQueenstown atQuenstown a aQueenatown t
Queenstown Wednesday and are speeding speedingto 5
to New e York Their unexpected return returnamazed ftturnRmazed vet urn
amazed all the hostesses who had planned plannedentertainments plannedentertaJnmentli plaint I
entertainments for them themSociety thtmSociety themSociety
Society Gould have outdone itself to en entertain entertain n ntertaln ¬
tertain President Roosevelts R elr kin The Thenames Thenames Thunames e
names of his sister Mrs Robinson and andhis Andhla an d
his niece Combine Robinson were dbw dbwfor down downfor downfor m
for the next court Both ladies had re received re reMYed reslued ¬
slued Invitations to the sdourt court all aprepared was wasprepared w wprepared a
prepared for their presentation Miss Jean JeanReid JeanReW Jet d
Reid offers the explanation that thatThe IhatTIM thatThe
The Robinsons were re obliged Igecl to return returnsuddenly MurRIUddenly I Isuddenly
suddenly Had there been a court late i iMay In InMay IIIlay u
May they UI w would uM have waited ked Out it was wasImpossible wasImpoe w wimpossible s
Impoe Impossible ible for them to remain untlJune until untilJune unUIJune i
June t tPresident lPreeident 1
President Roosevelt nOOF nlt has sent a check for forSHI fOlAII t
SHI 600 as his contribution to the tb American Americanstall Americanstall n
stall at the Queens QClfO Bazaar to be held at atthe atthe a nt t
the Mansion House June 11 13 Strangely Strangelyenough Slran y yOB6Ugt
enough some persons who hn always seek seekulterior 8fIkultlrior see seeulterior k
ulterior motives see in this check an anapology ana a aapology n
apology a paloS for recalling the Robinsons lI so sounexpectedly 10untxpect
unexpectedly unexpectedlyPRICK untxpect unexpectedlyPRICK b bFRICK
PRICK SILL ILL GIVE 5000000 5000000Academy OOO 000 000Academy
Academy of Fine Arts to Surpass Surpassthat Surpassthat S
that of the Carnegie Institute InstituteIittsburg Institute1lttlchur
Iittsburg 1lttlchur Millionaire Selects Site SiteFacing SiteFncln SlttFnclug t
Facing Fncln IJulldlngK Erected bylhilnntltropist by byPhilanthropist hyIhlluthrOIJIIIt
Philanthropist PhilanthropistPlttsburg IhlluthrOIJIIItPlttsbunr
Plttsburg Pa May lea IR K SIt It was wig an announced annou annouatdaxl ¬
nounced nou that H C Frick rick will present a
508000 6 Academy Aetultm of Fine Arts rts to Pitts Pittsburg PIUaburg Pittsburg
burg to offset Mr Carnegies institute instituteMr InstituteIr Institutedir
Mr Ir Frick has selected a site facing i the theCarnegie theCarncglt he
Carnegie buildings and his art palace palacewill palacewill pale ce
will 111 look down on the more modest art artgalfcry artgalJr ar argahl t
gahl galfcry ry of the Carnegie Institute InstituteIn InslltuttIn
In the Academy Academ of Fine Arts Mr Frick Frickproposes FrickprOpMM Frielproposes k
proposes to have hav a gallery gaUCr whlcltwlll whlcli wtll If Ifpossible Ifpos i C
possible pos ible surpass that of Mr Ir Carnegie CarnegieROCKEFELLER CarnegieROCKEFELLER
Places Pln e Value of I4hII 4 500 < on III llis Per Personal Peronnl Perannul ¬
annul Property nt Cleveland ClevelandCleveland ClcnlnnelClcveJand ClevelandCleveland
Cleveland May lIa 35 iJohn John D Rockefeller Rockefellerand Rockefellerand Rockefeileand r
and Mayor Iaor Tom L Johnson John on today made madereturns mad madreturns madreturns s
returns on their taxable personal prop property propert proparty ¬
arty ert Rockefeller places a value of one only r
4000 1 on his while whll the mayor thinks his hisis hJ8Is ha
is worth 15ca 1500Orlrnini 1SOS 1SOSOriental 15caOrlrntnl
Oriental Rug Sale at Sloans SlonnJIIIOn SloansOn SloansOn
On next Tuesday TUtsdA May lIQ 2S at 11 a a m mand mand
and 3 p m one day dB onl only > at Sloans Gal Galleries GklIlrles ¬
cries HOi G st nw 154 Persian Persian rugs and andcarpets andcarplts an ancarpets d
carpets all sizes of the finest quality an and andrarest aodrarest d
rarest designs will 11I be sold at unrestricted unrestrictedpublic unrestrictedpublic unregtrktepublic dte
public auction These rugs and carpets carpetsmust carpetmust rpeta rpetamust te
must be sold to cover CO r money mono advanced to topay topa t tpay o
pay pa customs duties and other expenses exJlf expensesline 1M A Anne Afine 1
nne fine opportunity for persons who appreelate appre appreciate appreciate ¬
ciate quality floor loom coverings coveringsExhibitlo coveringsExhibitloMonday Exhibition ExhibitionMonday ExhibitionMonda n
Monday Monda at Sloans Sloan HOi G 9 st sf s nw nwFlooring nwFlooring nwFlooring
Flooring N C Heart 200 per 100 ft ft
Four Children Witness Muider Mur Murder lu1 lu1tIel ¬
der and Suicide SuicideCRIME SuicideCRIME SuicideCRIME
George Intnnni ntnnm In Jealous Rage RageSlays nnACSlnJII RageSlnys
Slays Mr Mrs ISinnin Beaver with ivltltWhom withhlllll with1Phnni
Whom hlllll He Hoarded onrdellIutll Put Six Hul Hulletn 11111leflt ilnllefa
letn Into Womans lJInlln Iloily JlIJIlUelondlt JlIJIlUelondltHeoher BoilRelondsItecoher Reloads ReloadsRevolver
Revolver and Buds Own Life LifeSUM 1lfeeu
SUM Ilas Putnam a former watchman Inthe in inthe Inthe
the War Department last night shot and andkilled aMkUIed andkilted
killed Mrs Ktnma Multi Beavers a widow with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom he boarded on his own farm nearFalls near nearFalls nearaIls
Falls Church Va After discharging six sixbullets MXbullet sixbullets
bullets into the womans body he calmly oa1myreloaded calmlyreloaded calmlyreto4ed
reloaded the revolver fired one bullet Into Intohis IntobhI laidhis
his temple and died ImmediatelyFour Immediately ImmediatelyFour ImmedtttteJyFour
Four you young g daughters da ht 18 of Mrs Beavers Beaversstood Beaversstood 9Ryers 9Ryers00tI
stood 00tI helpless bet protesting prot tiag witnesses wttn e ethe of ofthe ortbe t
the tragedy and upon its culmination culminationfled euimbmtionsad
fled In terror to the nearby IIoMrD town to the thehome theIIome thehome
home of the mayor yor J D Payne with withwild a awild awild
wild appeal for or aid aidBehind aidDebtnd aidBabied
Behind them they t let a ghastly ghastlyM scene scenein seeMIn
in the kitchen Jdtc of their home where MrsBeavers Mrs MrsBeavers Irse
Beavers e lay dying JlDg with Itb Putnams life lifeless lireIfIII lifebody ¬
less body bod stretched partly Pfrtl across her own ownAH ownAll ownAll
All the while bile Mrs lI Beavers fifth child childNathan childatban childNathan
Nathan atban a boy four years old slept sleptpeacefully loIeptpeHefully sleptpeacefully
peacefully ln his blstnmdle trundle bed on the third thirdfloor Udrtlftoer thirdfloor ra
floor of the t holeThe house houseTJ e efte
TJ The e murder ur r and its atteadant BulcWe BulcWeiwiissjte 8tJlelde1M e
wits 1M t ieea Itl Jg 1wtgesadna ed edMt di edsd e eItEutt b
ItEutt iwiissjte itttwse Mt uw eoatfte whose whoseassociation w MIe MIeeJaUota lies t tassociation
association association hr m so far as It is known knownthe to totb t ttbe
tb the residents re of Palls Church dates dat ba llek llekto brie brieto k kto
to the time of their living In Alexandria AlexandriaJust AJeXltnclriaJ Alexandriaduet
Just J in what manner they came together togetherIn togetheIn r
In that city is not known the antecedents antece antecedents AntecMaUl ¬
dents of both being somewhat obscure obscureSeven ob curemonth obscureSeven
Seven laoatttaigo months T go they tht appeared at Fall FallsChurch FallChurcb FallChurch
Church and took up occupancy eeUpe DC of the thesixroom tMstxroom t C Citxniom
sixroom house on the sevenacre farm farmbelonging Carmg far m
belonging g to Putnam Putnam was about aboutsixty about1txtJ abousixes t
sixty years old Mrs Beavers was U flftee flfteeyears fifteen fifteenyears ftft n n7n
years his juniorAs Junior JuniorAs r rAa
As the arrangement arrangement arra < ement wag 81 generally gC tIRlIy un understood undtrMood ondersfdtod ¬
derstood Mrs Beavers rented the farm farmfrom farmfroIn fa fafrom
from Putnam and paid him by b taking him himas himas his m
as a boarder He had boarded at her herhouse herbo
house bo hi Alexandria AlexandriaFive A AlexandriaFhe xabdrla xabdrlaFhc
Five Little Children ChildrenWith ChildrenWith
With Mrs Beaver msfte e her child children ehildrenMay childrenIT elt
May who is fifteen years 7eVs old Gertrude Gertrudethirteen Gertr Gertrthlrtefa
thirteen Ruth nut twelve AMepine AWe Ali Alpo Ifte and andNathan AndNathan ant antNathan red
Nathan It became known among alftC g the thevillage thevlliag t tvillage he
village gossips that Mrs Beavers husband husbandhad husbandhad husba husbahad
had died theft brie years previous In Prince PrinceWilliam PrinceWilliam e
William County and that that her relatives relativeslived reJ th thUYed s
lived there It was also learned that Mr MrPutnam IIPutnam M r
Putnam had been married three times tlm s a aas and andas andAS red
as often bereaved be reA One child chll was tiS born bornof bornof bor n
of the second union Ion and one of the third thirdThese tblrdTheM
These were not taken to the farm but butnave butMYe bu buhave t
have nave bees be bee left in a home In Washington WashingtonPutnam WAshingtonPutD1R WashingtonPutnam
Putnam making the plea that he was wasunabte wa IS ISunable s
unable to provide rotJde for them hlmeelf hlmeelfThe hll lrelt lreltThe
The couple cou dM not find their life con congenial congenial ¬
genial add ttIklthctJc their dissatisfaction dieMtJsf ctlon with 1th each eachother Mchothr eachother
other showed itself In daily dan quarrels quarrelsFrom qu quarrelsFrom rrels rrelsFro
From Fro the lips OC f the children last night nightcame nlgbtme t
came me disconnected incoherent ace Cltunts unts of ofincessant ofi o oincessant f
incessant i nt Mkkertngg the exact eXA t cause of ofwhich orwhich o p
which they were unable to to describe describelloth t1c rlbe
troth 1111 tIl Atvny WilT All 0 II nay nayAs J On n nAs y
As they the sobbed out the th tragic story tor pas pasnight last lastnight mtnight t
night however It was tit learned that tht both boththe bth bththt both boththe h
the tht man mn and a the th woman had h been n away awayfrom awayfrom awa awafrom y
from home hom all of yesterday ttena Putnam was wasIn wa waIn S SIn
In Washington WRlhln tGn alone aloJ Mrs Ir Beavers Bevers was wasIn WasIn wa waIn s
In Alexandria Alnudrl with wih May Ma and Ruth Ruth Put Putnam Pt Ptnm Putnam ¬
nam nm returned r tu first frst somewhat Sewha out of ofhumor orhumr o ohumor f
humor humr He H inquired Inqul Immediately ImmedlAtel for forMrs forMrs to r
Mrs Bevf Beavers and aa upon upn bring teld t1 by byGertrude b bGertru bGertrude
Gertrude Gertru that tht her mother had hd not re returned returr returned ¬
turned turr Ws hs anger Increased Increase Supper had hadbeea hadb ha habeen
been b prepared pepre by b the young ung girl but be berefused berCu h s
refused rCu to eat et It It He stormed stored about Abut tin tinhouse the thehouse tte ttehwe e
house hwe awaiting Mrs Ir Beavers Bevers appearance appearanceUpon appearanceUpon
Upon rp her arrival some se time later h hupbraided he heupbraided heupbrie e
upbraided upbrie her as they the went together to tothe totbe t tthe o
the barn Im to put pt away a the horse hOM They The returned re returned retUn ¬
turned tUn to the thl house hout still stl quarreling quarelng ami amientered ane a aentered ttal
entered etll the kitchen where the four youn youngirls young younggirls oun ounSll g
girls Sll were waiting waitng to eat e supper supperPutnam sUPJr sUPJrPutnm
Putnam Putnm became bame recant more violent each tch mo moHHHU moIt moneut
HHHU It and An assumed ullmt a threatening thrttenlng tone tont to toward towanI toward ¬
ward Mrs Irs Beavers Bers May Ma the oldest oldestchild ole older olderchild t ttld
child tld became bm alarmed Rlarnt by b the vehemence vehemenceof C
of the th pair and fearing fering for forI forhr her mothers motherssafety mothersSfet s
safety Sfet ran to her side sldt crying eryln out to Put Putnam Putnam Putnam ¬
nam not to hurt her herTarns herTurlGun
Tarns TurlGun Run on Girl GlrJHis GhlHis GirlHis
His rage rag was S momentarily Jntarl turned turnd upon uponthe Upn Upnthe upto uptothe n
the child chil Jerking a revolver reolo out of his hispocket hispket hi hipocket s
pocket ing pket be h thrust thrt It into Int her face fnee shout shouting sboutIng shouIng t ¬
You o get out of this thi house ls or Ill Il kill killyou ki ki kimil it
you ou mil milThe
youThe ouTh The Th girl lrran ran panicstricken pfstlcken out of the thedoor thedr th e
door dr Her sisters sitrs Gertrude Ruth an and andAbie andAbe I
Able Abe huddled hudl together in a I corner of ofthe oftb o othe t
the tb room roomPutnam rom roomPutnam
Putnam Putnm wheeled beled back bck upon the woman womanand womn womnaB womanGlad
and aB in n n I final fnl paroxysm proxsm pulled the trigger triggerof triggerof trlggeof r
of the th revolver again agin and again until untileach unt unt unteach iI
each ech of the six chambers chmbers was emptied emptiedAll empte emptiedAll
All of the bullets took
1 erect none nne non e
brought Instant death As the last shot shotContinued sht shtContlluell she t
Continued Contlluell on Pope PnJe 0 1 Column 4 4IIAITIMORK 4TDORJi
Hnltlmnrc l nlhnllre and Ohio R R REvery RE1
Every E1 Saturday and Sunday Sunda All trains train
both bth ways both days except ecept Royal Lim ¬
I i ave ited Ie City CI offices om o 1417 G st st and 619ave 619 Pa Paave P
Flooring Floring Very Pretty Pret 200 20 00 per pr 10 10 100 ft ft
ROOT TAKES A HANDCalifornia HAND HANDCalfornia IIADCalifornia
California Calfornia Called to Task for forMobs fol forMobs
Mobs Actions ActionsPROTECTION ActionsPlOrfECION ActionsPROTECTION
Aoki old Requests Requcts Nippons XipPOlS S Treaty TreatyBe Treatyjc TreatyBe
Be jc Lived TI Up to toDestruction toDctrucHon toDestruction
Destruction of Foreigners orel ncrll Rcstnn Rcstnnrnnt nClltnurnnt Itcstnurant
rnnt lit 11 Sail Francisco Results ne u1ll in inReopening Inlh Indlenpcniug
Reopening lh oJenllJ of the he Question lucltol Started Startedby Stnrtedhy Startedby
by School Exclusion BxclulonmbnJIIllnflor BxclulonmbnJIIllnflorIke l xcluelontntlmssndorLuke Ambassador AmbassadorLuke
Luke Wright rlht Cables Cnbh II from Tokyo Tokyothe Tokothe Tokyofire
the Attitude Atiude of Co Coultr Country mi try There ThereThe ThereThe lhere lhereTie
The Tie Japanese JapM question ueion whih which has hasbroken ha hasbrokea
broken out t in a new nw form fo in 1 San Sn Fran Francisco FranI Franeco ¬
d cisco eco te I not nt regarded regar a u one O so 5 serious IrU8 asthe as asthe a
the school hl question queltl yet yet In view of the cir circumstances drcumst8D clrcumstetias ¬
cumstetias cumstances cumst8D It I to one 01 which whih hag b called eUe for foraction foracto foraction
action acto on the part prt of the th Federal Feerl government govern government gon r ¬
ment mnt Such Suh action aci was taken tkln promptly promptlyby pmp pmpby promptlyy
by b y Secretary Seretar Root Rot yesterday yeert as l soon as asthe a5the asthe
the subject subjet was s brought bught to his hi attention attentionIt atenton atentonI
It I appears APpr that tht last J Tuesday TU during durin the thecourse thee6rse thecourse
course e6rse of the trouble troube incident Iniet to the thestreet thestret thestreet
street stret car cr strike In SAn Francisco Frnl several severalJapanese severalJapanese rl rlJapnese
Japanese Japnese places plce of business sn In that tht city citywere dtywee citywere
were wee attacked aUeke by a mob m and aD tome Me prop property propert property ¬
erty ert belonging bnglng to them destroyed dMtYe and andother andotlMr andother
other indignities Inlgnlls were heaped bp upon upn the theforeigners theforlgnrs theforeigners
foreigners forlgnrs According Acing to the th information informationwhich Informationwblh informationwhich
which wblh the State Stte Department Dprtmt has b a resteurAnt res restaurant rstaurant ¬
taurant In I Folsom Foltn street Itre San 8ft Francisco Franciscoconducted Frncisco Frnciscocondutci Franciscconducted
conducted condutci by Japanese Jap wa was the t scene Ine fr fra of ofa f fa
a a disturbance lUsturbfe in which w htch several e white hl m mn mnwer minwere ° n nwere
were wer Implicated Imp te This Till was followed oe by b an anattck anstuck in inattack
attack attck upon up a Japanese JApane bathhouse bUb acrossthe across acrossthe acrosstb
the tb street strt front Cr the restaurant restaurantThe rNtura restaurantThe L LThe
The trouble tbe arose ar because becaW of the alleged allegedcjaction alegd alegdeJUo allegedjection
eJUo e cjaction of two white wbt men I from frt the res restaurant rfs rfstaurnt resUlunlnt ¬
taurant taurnt A mob J took t up the tb issue bp bptwoen b btwoen b >
twoen twO the th white men n and an toe tb Japanese Japaneseand Japn Japaneseand p pan
and an made Id an a assault upon upn both bth the roe restaurant rfl roetanrant ¬
taurant taurnt and the bathhouse Itbh with the re rewit ft resuit
wit that tht both bt places pC were damaged damagedAccording cme damagedAcconDg
According c onl to the report re the tb white htt men menentered mfn mfnentfd menentered
entered entfd the places pce and a after destroyingproperty destroying destroyingproperty troYig troYigpperty
property pperty made IfUI their thr escape Mop through tbrgh the therear therer therear
rear rer of the bathhouse bathhouseIn bthhU
In San Sn Francisco Jra the t affair ala was re regarded rf rfJrH reprded ¬
garded JrH only as an Incident I t to the tb street streetvar streettr
car tr strike srike and a general gnlbr labor troubles tub with withwhich wih wihwhih withwhich
which whih the th city te I b bt beset et and u no report rert lt ltI > f fIt tIt
It I was sent t out ot until unt after afe it wag learned learnedthat Jtarn learnedthat l ltbt
that tbt the matter tr had ha been b reported rprted by It the theJapanese thf he heJapanese
Japanese JaJ to their tir consul general enral In San SanFrancisco 511flFranet SanFrancisco
Francisco co and by him communicated to tothe t ttbe tothe
the government SOffnDkntt tit Tokyo TokyoPolice TokJOPolice Tokyolullce
Police Many lIuII with lth StrikeThe Strike StrikeThe StrIkeThe
The explanation M to why by no action actionwas actionwas
was taken take in the mattef by the author authorties authortits tOOrt tOOrttllll
ties in San Fraaetseo IIIII8CIeo and way fig protection protectionwan kOteet Ion IonWDR
wan not afforded altortl the Japanese is thatfire that thatthe thattile
the paM e U ue c city < y have Md their theirhand theirI
hand hands frill I II In h 4e 4ett dealing img with the street car carstrike rllrstrike
strike and the t disturbance which hlrb prevail prevailae pren il ilth
ae thd th het r outgrowth of the tb general Hral unrest unrestin unrlltIn unrestin
in the labor situation Now Xo that the affair affairhas aftalrhfts
has been n called to the attention of the theState th thState b bState
State Department by Japan which has hasasked hasaskci hasasked
asked for the protection prot tlon of its subjects subjectsthe subjectsthe ub tP tPthe
the matter has assumed an international internationalaspect latlrnatlonalu Internationalaspect
aspect u t and is regarded with ith a greater de degree d dgree doof ¬
gree of seriousness seriousnessThe U5DEeS U5DEeSThe
The first Intimation which th t the > State tAte De Department ppart ¬
partment part nt had officially of o the trouble trouWbcame troullea
came ea l4 in a dispatch to the department departmentfrom departmflItfrom departmentfrom
from the Ambassador Luke Luk E Wright Wrightat
at Tokyo who cabled yesterday f8ttrda mornlti mornltithat mornlllr mornlllrtlNtt morningthat
that it was reported re ted In Tokyo and pub published palJIifhed paLIndeed ¬
Indeed that attacks attacks had been made m up upon uponJapanese upnttJapA d
Japanese JapA business e tabl1 establishments hment8 In San SanFrancisco SetaFrancisco al1 al1lntnd
Francisco Mr Wright W ht apparently re regarded nthe rcgatded ¬
garded the matter a as of grave VC cones conesqutaaoe cons conspttnee ont ontqwnoe
pttnee < although his dispatch dlep tch indicatsthat indicate indicatethat IndlcaHJtAat
that the Japanese authorities are treating treatingthe treatingthe
the Incident with lth calmness 1m1ltN and relying relyingupon 41lngUIIOR relyingupon
upon the government rament at Washington Whln on t tenforce to tomtolCe > >
enforce Its treaty obligations obl LIon5 and afford affordthe afCorlth
the th subjects of Japan the necessary ry pro protectkm pr prtPettOR protdetlea
tectkm to insure 1D8U the safety fety of their lived livedand 1I5aM
and property propertySecretary JN1IpertySeeretry propertySecretary
Secretary Root at once communicatd communicatdthe tommunir < tt d
the contents of the dispatch dtsflA b to the > IH IHpartment I Ipart >
partment part meat of Justice with 1tb the request requestthat reqmstthat
that the Attorney ttorIHY General call upon tbi tbiUnited fI fItnl tlUnited
United tnl States Stat district attorney and the thaUnited thernlted
United States marshal to San Francisco Franclpcofor Frandrofor
for a full report upon the affair and that thatthey to tothey Ywathey
they take whatever steps can be taken t tafford tafront to toaltos >
afford protection to the Japanese Attor Attorney Attornl ¬
ney nl General Bonaparte at one once complied compliedwith complied1tk compliedwith
with 1tk this request requestAoki 1eqU4ttAokl requeststoic
stoic Visits hit Hoot HootA HootA RootA
A little later in the day 411 the Japanese JapanesaAmbassador Japan e eAmbeNAoor
Ambassador Baron Aoki called at th thState thState thw
State Department and had a conference conferencewith confertnoomtb e
with Secretary Root in I regard to the them in j U Uter I Iter tter
ter giving him a full account of the affairas affair affairas affairas
as it had been reported rt Orted to him by b the theJapanese theJapa
Japanese Japa consul general gt1MIIt11n in San Francis FrancfsoAmbassador FranI FranIAmb98Mdor
Ambassador Aokis story of the case casewas caseWitS
was substantially an elated tated While en entirely tntlr ¬
tirely tlr ly calm in regard to the matter rnall r th thAmbassador thmb thw thwAmbassador
Ambassador mb < 8Mdor nevertheless n rtMk a requested of th thState u uStat
State Stat Department Dtp rtment that protection prot tlon to their theirkin thfIrkin theirkin
kin and property be given lie was giv gi hn hna8tlraMe + An n nassurance
assurance that this would be done and andalso
also advised of the action vhlch Lich the State StateDepartment StateDeptlrtDeot StateDe
Department De rt eat Had taken iff requesting tins an anInvestigation anInvestigation aninvestigation
Investigation n through the Department of ofJucticf ofJueUct ofJustkf
Jucticf JucticfBaron JueUctBaron JustkfBaron
Baron Aoki left the department thor thoroughly thoroughly hor ¬
oughly ought satisfied that everything would be
done to insure the fulfillment of treaty treatyobllgattonp tr treatyobligations aty atyobllgxtloM
obligations obllgattonpFollowing obllgxtloMFt
Following Ft lowlng the interview Int rrlew with Uh the Japa Japanese JapatKAt ¬
nose Ambassador AmIMSI dor Secretary Root tell tehtigraphed telegraphed tellErapbed ¬
graphed to Gcv Gc Glllett who is in San SanFrancisco SanI
I Francisco watching the developments in inthe hlI
I the strike situation asking him to make makean makeI makean
I an Inquiry Into the facts in the case at atonce atI atonce
I once OM and Jf the matter is as reported r port toset to tosee toS
see S e to It t that the State of California dyes drsIts dfuIts
Its part toward carrying out treaty treat obliga obligations obligations obligalions ¬
tions by b giving the Japanese JRPU the protec protection protfctlon ¬
tlon which the United States guarantees guaranteesto
to them
Advised to Go Slowly SlowlyIt SlInI SlInIIt SlovvlIt
It was suggested to Gov Go Gillett that In Jnview InIew
view Iew of the previous trouble he should ex exercise t tErclse ¬
ercise special effort la file case e and that thatit thatIt thatit
it was alii Incumbent upon him to see that the thepolice thepollt
police authorities of San Francisco do dotheir dotheir
their fill duty in the matter There is no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that Gov GO Gillett will use every everymeans t everymeans ven venmMn
means within his power to comply with withthe ltb ltbthe
the request of the State Department DepartmentThe DepartmentThe DepartmentThe
The situation sJtu tlon in which the Federal gov government go goernment ¬
ernment finds fln s Itself te somewhat lO wbat annoy annoying anno annoIn annoylag ¬
lag In although similar situations have havearisen haearisen havearisen
arisen In times past pastUnder Plstrnl1er
Under the treaty agreement with Japan Japanthis Japanthis
this government guarantees Japanese sub subjects subts subjects ¬
jects ts the right to reside in this country countryand countr countrand countryand
and the full protection of the taws with withrespect 1th 1threspect
respect to the safety of their JIves lives and andproperty andpropert
property At the th same me time to a large largeextent largeextent largeextent
extent extent the government finds Itself unable unableunder unablunder unableunder
under our system of government to afford affordContinued arrordContinuecJ affordContinued
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In Browns Tans and Grays Campbell CampbellRyder CampbellRder CampbellRyder
Ryder Co 1316 G st nw nwLlbbey nwLlbbe nwLibbey
Llbbey Llbbe Co 6th St and N T 1 Ave

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