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i OF o A 6 QUALITY PAPEROF PAPER PAPEROF y THK HE WASHINGTON A V i i I 1 G T 0 J HERALD H E L + L 1L P fi Aon6 a Eoiii mtnaownt May PdE 25 25WASHINGTON j29334 j29334NO 3 34 S
Many Changes Are Predicted Predictedwithill PlClictcdwHhill Predictedwitllili
withill Few ew Years YearsAGAINST YearsAG YearsAGMNrST
Believe neli Ye Tickets Should Be Sold SoldLike SohLilic SoldLike
Like Postage Stamps StampsDeclare StnmpsDeclare StampsDeclare
Declare Governmental Supervision SupervisionWill SuperIlonVIII SupervisionZv111
Will Be Exercised Over All Rates Ratesand ItntcIInnd Ratesand
and Lines Will UI Follow Dictates Dtetutesfrom Dictatesfrom Dlctutufrom
from Washington nshlngtonAgree Agree with the thePresidents thePresll1ents thePreehdents
Presidents Indianapolis Speech SpeechAction SlleechAction SpeechY
Y Action ns Result of Agitation AgitationChicago AgitationChicago ol1tntiouChcago
Chicago May atUntverSAI SI Universal control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroads of the United States by b the theFederal tbeFederal theFederal
Federal government was predicted today toda todaby
by the big railroad men and railroad at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys torneysWithin torneysWithin torneysWithin
Within the present reMnt generation it was wasde wasdeclared as asdeclared
de declared 4arod by the railroad operators of Chi Chicago Chicago Chiii ¬
ii cago the railroad lines of the country countrywould countr countrwould countrywould
would be run under the regulation ef o tbe tbeUnited tberntted thefailed
United States ateI government Almost with without without ¬ 1 1out
out exception railroad attorneys agreed agroedwith agreedwith
with the views presented by President PresidentRoosevelt PrfMdntRooevelt PreeMentRoosevelt I
Roosevelt in his Decoration Day speech speechat apeechat peechat
at Indianapolis IndianapolisThe IRdtanapollThe IndtararpoltsThe
The time is not far distant when hen every everyrailroad eerrrallrwd everyrailroad
railroad of the country will 11I be under the tbecontrol tlMcontrol thecontrol
control of U tile United States It will 111 not notbe notbe notbe
be many years before a railroad ticket ticketwill tieketwill
will 111 be purchased like a 3cent 2 nt stamp stampA stampA tamp tampA
A universal rate win 111 be accorded to every everyone eYer eYerone everyone
one No 0 special rate passes pa or rebates rebateswill rebaJn11I rebateewill
will 11I be granted and every eyer railroad in the theUnited tMrnlted thei
i United nited States will be working orklng on a fair fairaad fairand I Ia
and a ud equal basis buI that will mean good < < OOd re returns returns returns ¬
turns for every investor interested wa wathe w wthe was wasthe
the declaration of one big bl < < railroad man manwho map maywho
who bo is connected with a number of lines linesTUs n nTIIIs nnaThe
TUs will be the ultimate remit of 0 the thepresent thepreeent thepresent
present agitation against t the railroads of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country countryDislike countryUllIIlfke countryIisitke
Dislike State Control ControlRailroad ControlRaIlroad ControlRailroad
Railroad officials declare that it te only onlyright onbright onlyright
right that W big railroads covering miles of ofterritory ofterritory l ltrritolT
territory and extending through many manyStates IftIInyStates manyStates
States should fall under the direction directionand ctlrecUOftand directionand
and jurisdiction jurl dletlon of t the government in instead inItead Instead ¬
stead of being helD < < subject to the control of ofState oCState ofState
State government governmentEdward goftl1UllelltEdrd governmentEdward
Edward T Glennon Glen oa bead of tbe law lawfirm Jawfirm lawfirm
firm of Glennon Gary Walker Howe Howerepresenting Hoerepr1llelltm Howerepresenting
representing tae Lake Shore Sb and Michi Michigan Mlcblgan Mlchigan ¬
gan Southern the New York Central theNickel the theNickel HI HIlckel
Nickel lckel Plate and the Big Jtt Four railroads railroadsdeclared raUroe rahirosisdeclared e ededaM
declared that complete Federal control controlwould eontrolwould controlwould
would be the ultimate remit of the agi agitation aglh agitatloh ¬
tation h lion directed against the railroads of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the present Hfteftt day dayThe 41Tbtt dayThe
The time will come when every ever rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road of the country will 111 be under Federal Federalcontra Federalrontnll Federalcontrol
control contra he said I believe that ralico railroad railroadticket raUroIIdtlc d dtlekt
ticket tlc la the future tut re will be bought tike tikeTnited IUcelnitedStata ke keI
lnitedStata Tnited I nited States postage stamps A general generalrat generalrate mtl mtlrate
rat rate wm be decided upon by the govern government government government ¬
ment ment and that rate ra will be the only one oneupon oneupon oneupon
upon wldek which railroad tickets will b be sold soldWnnlH soldtnnls Old OldnntH
WnnlH nntH to Study Stnll Uncstloii UncstloiiPresident CllleAtionPre tneatiotPreaident
President Pre lt et C B Harris of the U Chicago ChicagoBurlington ChlcaOBurllwn ChicagoBurlington
Burlington and Quincy Railroad was not notinclined DOtinclined no noinclined t
inclined to discuss his views of the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the railroad agitation agitationUntil agitationURUt agitationUntil
Until I make ke a study of what Federal Federalcontrol Federalcontrol Federalcontrol
control really means I would not want ant to toglxe togive t tgive 0
give my views said Mr ir Harris HarrisOne HarrisOne MarcieOne
One important question that arises arses is isWill IIIWill ktrill
Will the State State be be e willing to relinquish its itsntrol It Itsrights II IIri
ri rights ht8 to control ntrol the corporation within
its territory It the state Stat gives up Its Itsrights n nrights Ill Illrlgh
rights rlgh l then Federal control is possible possibleOtherwise poatbleOtherwJN possibleOtherwise
Otherwise I cannot see how the t United UnitedStates UnlledStatel UnitedStates
States can direct the railroadsATTACK railroads railroadsATTACK railroadsATTACK
ATTACK 2CENT LAW LAWRnilrods LAWItnilroadll LAWRailroads
Railroads Sue In S St Paul nul for Iteatoration Ueiio Ueiiorntinn ItClitorntlon
ration of Old Riitcs RiitcsSt Untest ItntesSt
st St Paul Minn llnD May 31On On the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that the HI new De commodity freight law lawwhich Ia Iawblch lawwhich
which goes so into effect in Minnesota to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and 1Ml the 2cent cent passenger p lM er rate ratelaw ratela ratelaw
law la which bleb went ent into effect May 1 are in incontravention Incontra Incontravention
contravention contra nation of the provisions of the theConstitution theCODlldtution theConstitution
Constitution of the United States suit suita suitatklng suitaeking
eking atklng a for an order restoring restori the old oldrates oldrates oldrates
rates were ere begun be < < un In the Federal Court Courttoday Courttoday Courtoday t
today Temporary restraining re tralnlng orders ordersagainst ordel8agaill8t ordersagainst
against the attorney general of the State Stateand Stateand Stateand
and the Minnesota Railway and Ware11otse Ware WareHouse Ware1I0UM
House e eernoon Commission were ere signed this aft afternoon aftmoon ¬
ernoon moon by b Judge Lochren of the UnlledState United UnitedState UnitedState
State District Court at Minneapolis MinneapolisThe MinneapolisThe Unneapoll UnneapollThe
The suits are filed by stockholders of ofeight off o oeight f
eight f > lgbt railroads doing dolo < < Interstate business businessin
in Minnesota Xlnne ota In the Mils Ia the railways railwaysas
as al well as the State attorney general eneral and andmembers aDdmemben a amembers
members of the warehouse and railway railwaycommission ranwaycomlD18 rallwa rallwacommission Y
comlD18 commission lon together with various ship shippers shlppera shipporn ¬
porn representing thousands of railway railwaypatrons rallwa rallwapatroDli raltwapatrons
patrons In the Nortlrwest are named nameddefendants as asdefendants asdt
defendants defendantsIn dt > endant endantIn
In effect the railroads are suing them themselves themlv themselves ¬
selves lv with Ith the object of testing the validtty va validity a aIIdlt ¬
lidity IIdlt o of the new ne commodity commodtt freight rate ratelaw ratela rat ratlaw e
law la and the 2cent cent passenger rate law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The railroad raU named in tbe several 1Ie ral com complaints complaints complalnts ¬
plaints are Great Northern Northern NorthernPacific NortherPacific ort rn rnPacl
Pacific Pacl c Chicago Milwaukee and St StPaul StPaul S SPaul
Paul Chicago and Northwestern North Northwestern Northwestern orth orthwfOStern ¬
western Chicago St St Paul Minneapoland Minneapolis Minneapolisand Klnneapolbland
and Omaha Minneapolis and St Sl Louis LouisMinneapolis LoulflinfteApoIl8 LouisMinneapolis
Minneapolis St 5 St Paul and Sault Ste Marie Marieand llarteand Marieand
and the Chicago Great Western WesternRYAN We WesternRYAN tern ternRYAN
Declares He III llthcr Interestell In InIrglnllt inVirginia
Virginia Politics Nor or Gas GasNew Gn Gnew GasNew
New ew York May a1 31The White Star Starsteamship StarstelUlUlblp Starsteamship
steamship Celtic sailed afled today for Liver Liverpool Liverpool ¬
pool Among A her passengers was Thomas ThomasF
F Ryan Mr Ryan who came up upVirgkda from fromVirgWa tromVlrgIIda L
VirgWa test night 1gbt denied having par participated parUcipated MIr MIrtlcipatM ¬
ticipated in Virginia politics and Milel s W that thatthe thatthe tha thathe t
the gas s situation in this city did no noInters not notinterest notInterelt t
interest him himI himI
I havent a dollar Invested in gasadded gas he headded headded t
addedIn added addedIn addedIn
In tilt last issue of the Directory of ofDirector o oDlrect oDirectors f
Director Dlrect Mr II Ryans name appears as astrustee astrutee as astrustee
trustee df < f the th Consolidated Gas Company Companyand Companrand Companyand
and director of the East River Gas G Com Company Company Co Copang ¬
pany aril al l the Consolidated Gas Electric ElectricLight ElectricLight ElectricLight 1
Light ail Power Company CompanyCorttlyon CompanCortlon CompanyCorte
Corttlyon Corte yon Visits IsH Alma MaterSecreta Mater MaterSecretarf IntcrSecreta
Secreta Secretarf Cortelyou left yesterday esterda for forWeUleidMa forWeatfteld fo fo1Vestiletd r
Weatfteld WeUleidMa Mass I to attend the triennial triennialexercise triennialexerd trlennlaexerdsea 1 1
exercise exerd es if the alumni of the Westfl WestflNormal WeetfloJd WeetfloJdNormal Wostftoldorlll8l 1
Normal orlll8l Sclool Sc 001 of which he is b a graduate graduateThe graduateThe graduateThe e
The Setreiry Seere IT of the Treasury Is prost president prosldent prostdent ¬
dent of tne t alumni association associationl a octaUon
l 2o t Baltimore and Return ReturnEvery neturnveZ7 ReturnEvery
Every veZ7 Sattuuy Set and ad Sunday Sundtt via Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penn I 1vania Ianla ¬
vania anla Hallnui ltalir htai Ticket good returning returninguntil returninguntil returmin returminuntil j
until StmdayMght 9aada IIbt t All regular trains ex except except except ¬
cept Coagrsioaal Coagr oral I Limited LimitedPrices LiraftedPrices
Prices en all Kinds of Lumber are Lower
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland MarylandRain Rain today in increasing increasing increasing ¬
creasing cast ea t to south winds To Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow fair fairHERALD fairHERALD fairHERALD
IBurnham 1 Burnham Gets Out of Sing Sing SingIRailroad Sing1Railroad
IRailroad 1 Railroad Men Favor Federal Control Control1Craz Control1Crazy
1Crazy 1 1Craz Crazy Man Dives Into Furnace Furnacellarr Furnace1Marrying
1 llarr 1Marrying Marrying lng Parson Tells of Experiences Experlen Experiences1Texas es esITax
1Texas 1 ITax Texas Family Wiped Out by b Flood FloodIDrnns Flood1Bryans
IDrnns 1 Bryans Pet Law Upheld UpheldPresident Upheld3Proeldent Upheld3President
3Proeldent President Speaks at Lansing LAnsing3One Lansing3One
3 3One One Juror Needed at Boise Boise3Man Boise3Man
3Man 3 lan Pledges to Love Ills Wife Wife3Ualen WIfC3Helen
3 3Ualen Helen Gould to Testify ToeUf for for Brother4News Brother Brother4News
4 4News News of Maryland and Virginia VirginiaIOCAU VirginiaIOOU
2 2UrugU8J Uruguay Row Stirs Diplomats Diplomats2Nurle DiplomatsaNurse
2 2Nurle Nurse Seeks Lost Estate Estate3Comlc Estate3Comic
3 3Comlc Comic Supplement Scored ScorodJCanllon Scored2Cannon
3 JCanllon Cannon Approves Presidents Ideas IdeasSGIrl Id ideas2Girl f1s f1s2Glrl
SGIrl Heroine Rewarded Rewarded4Indlans Rewarded4Indians
4Indlans 4 Indians Edify the Palefaces4School Palefaces Palefaces4SchooJ Palefaces4Sehool
4SchooJ Children Hold Picnic5National Picnic Picnic5NaUonal
5 5NaUonal National Law Students Graduate11Chamber Graduate Gmdu te teIChamber
IChamber 18 Clramber of Commerce CommerceAnnounce Announce Plans VlansMRS PlansMRS Plans PlansMRS
Wants nnb Man She Gave 150 U O Arrested Arrestedin Arrelltedin
in New YorkNow York YorkNew ork orkNew
New York May Ia 31 31lrs Mrs Ida von In Claus Glaussen Claussen Claussen
sen who complained last month to the theState theState theState
State Department that Charles HGraves H HGraves IIGraves
Graves the American merlam Minister to Swedenhad Sweden Swedenhad Swedenhad
had refused to present resent her at the Swedish Swedishcourt Swediehcourt Swedlehcourt
court swept into Jefferson Market Court Coifrttoday CodrttodR Courttoday
today todR Mrs von on Claussen was attired in ina Ina ina
a fetching black and white check tailor tailormade talklrnuuIe tallermade
made suit and a hat trimmed with a red redrose redro redrose
rose ro e a pink rose some violets k > > leUi and a few fewhyacinths fewhyaclntJul fewhyacinths
hyacinths hyacinthsI
I wish that you would Immediatelygive immediately immediatelygive ImnHlCilatelrgive
give me a warant for the arrest of E it itKnowles R RKnowles RKnowles
Knowles she mid to Magistrate las trate Houee HoueeHe Houeelie houseHe
He was going to help me write a bookcalled book bookcalled bookcalled
called Ida von Claussens Square Deal DealOR Deftlo Dealoil
OR o oil Embassy EmbalM Life Abroad which hlch will 111 bea be bea beIl
a scorching commentary commentar on the manners mannersand mannersand mannersand
and lack of m manners manners Jnrs of some of our for foreign forpign foreign ¬
eign representatives repre elltatlves I gave him JIM 110 to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help me I was just that goodnatured goodnaturedabout goodnaturedabout goodnaturedabout
about it and he has never ne r helped me a abit abit abit
bit Hes just gone off and failed to show showup showup showup
up I want him arrestedMagistrate arrested arrestedMagistrate arrestedlagltttrate
Magistrate House refused to issue J8ue a awarrant awarrant awarrant
warrantFRENCH warrant warrantFRENCH warrantFRENCH
Naval Reserves Dlsfintlsflcd JhllaUII ed with vrlthGovernment nUhGoerIUllentJ withCovertuuentM
Government PciiNlott Dill BUIParis DillParis 11111Park
Paris May Ia 1lFJftIch French commerce ie isthreatened iethreatened Iethreatened
threatened with complete paralysis as a aresult aremit aresult
result of the general strike of sailors be belonging belonging belonging ¬
longing to the Naval Reserve R rve which hich went wentinto wentInto t tInto
into operation at day da7lisbt gbt today t da at altthe alt altthe allthe
the ports of France Practically the en entire entire entire ¬
tire personnel of the merchant marine as aswell aswell aswell
well as the longshoremen Joug horemon are inscribed inthe in intbe Inthe
the Naval aval Reserve ReserveThe R ReserveThe rve rveThe
The executive committee of the NatbnalSeamens National NationalSeamens NationalSeamens
Seamens Union ordered the strike be because bftcaU8e because ¬
cause the members of the union regard regardthe resardthe regardthe
the governments pero ntlS new bill Increasing Increasingpensions Increaelngpensions Increasingpensions
pensions from W 4980 to J72W jU in case of ofseamen otHalDen ofseamen
seamen and from 15 liC to 200 > > in the case caseof calleor caseof
of captains c ptaIM as being Inadequate InadequateWHOLE InadequatoWHOLE Inadequatea
Parents and Four Children Drowned Drownedin
in Texas Flood HoodHouses FloodlIomlcl Floodhouses
Houses Washed nheI1 Away and Railroad RailroadTrafllc Itnl1ronllTrn
Trafllc Trn lc Delayed Delnc l 11 by y Overflow OverflowIngr Ocr Overflowlug on onInS
InS of Rivers Ith rJ
Dallas Dalla Tex May 31 alReiM 31Reports Reports rts from fromHGIH fromhoney
Honey HGIH Grove state that a farm house h on onHoney onHone onhoney
Honey Hone Grove Creek six miles from the thetown Uietown
town of Honey hone Grove was washed away awayby awayb
by b a flood ood last night nl ht and George Steb Stebbine Stebbins Stebbins
bins his wife ife and their four children childrendrowned childrendrowned childrendrowned
drowned Five Fhr of the bodies have beenrecovered been beenrecovered 1
recovered recoveredA
A telegram from El Campo states that thatM thatM
M M Tucker and George Galtett weredrowned were weredrowned 1
drowned last night nI ht in Blue Creek The Themfn Themen 1
men were fording fordt l the swollen stream andthe and andthe andthe
the feet of their horses became entangled entangledin entng entngIn
in a lariat that was fastened to a saddle saddlepommel saddlepommel saddlepommel
pommel and had floatedOne floated floatedOne ftoatedOne
One rflite Ie of the Santa Fe track at atGelste atGel
Gelste Gel Galore lte one mile of the Texas Texa and Pacific Pacifictrack Paciftctrack Pacifictrack
track at Petty P tty and 000 feet eel of the Friscotrack Frisco FritlCOtark
track at Hinkley Hinkle were washed out last lastnight lastnitht lastnFghl
night All railroad trains in North Texas Texl4are Texasare
are behind schedule bedl1le time timeThe timeThe
The Trinity the Red and the Sabine Sabinerivers Sabinerivers Sabinerivers
rivers are overflowed overflowedPRIESTS overflowedPRIESTS overflowedPRIESTS
Clergymen of t Chicago College to toI toJlnnnJe t tManage °
I rUnnnKC Xcvr eT Plnylionse IlnhonoteChicago
I Chicago May 31The College Theater Theatertbe Theatertbe Theaterthe
tbe new 31 300069 + 000 playhouse erected by the thefaculty thefaculty thefaculty
faculty of St St Vincents College will be beformally beformally
formally opened o ned next Tuesday evening eveningwhen cvcnin cvcninwhen eveningwhen
when the grand opera Otho Visconti Viscontiby Vlecontt Vleconttby
by b the late F G Gleoson will furnish the thebill thebin th c
bill for the eveningThe evening eveningThe eveningThe
The College Theater is the first play playhouse playhouse playhouse ¬
house in America and possibly in the theworld theworld thtworld e
world to be owned operated and man managed mana managed ¬
aged a ed by b a church and the announcement announcementthat announcementthat announcementthat
that it will ill enter the field in competition competitionwith competitionwith competitionwith
with the highclass hl hcla 8 downtown playhouses playhousesadds plaOOU8PSadds playhouseadds g <
adds a new factor to the theatrical situa situation situation situation ¬
tion in Chicago The priests who make makeup makeup mak makup e
up the faculty ACUIt of St Vincents Collegwill College Collegewill Collegewill e
will manage mAn ge tho house hou e booking all its itsattractions itsattractions i iattractions is
attractions and looking after the other otherdetails otherdetails othe othedetails r
details that demand the attention of ofamusement oramU4mnt ohamusement if
amusement promoters promoteNCONSCIENCE promotersCONSCIENCE i iCONSCIENCE
Murderer Arrested Outside Sana Sanatorium SnnntorJurn Santarorlnnr ¬
torium After rCer Two T Year YearChicago YearsChicago lenrKChkaSO
Chicago May 18 31 3tWhen When watching a Me Memorial Ie Iemo1a1 ¬
morial Day Da parade Ernest Martini twen tweetyseren twentyseven twent ¬
tyseven t een years old who for two years yearsaccording 6IIrs 6IIrsAceordtng
according to his confession has walk walkthrough walked walkedthrough
through many of the Western States Statesfearing StatesfearlR5 Statesfearing
fearing arrest for or the killing of Frank Fran FranMurds k
Murda Iurda a Chicago saloonkeeper and anddreading andtll88dlng an d I
dreading that he was losing his mind mindwas mindwas mindwas
was captured yesterday Martini after afterthe aftertM afte r
the two years ears of o roaming returned to toChic8go t tChicago 0
Chicago in order that his friends might mightplace mightplace mighplace II t
place him in a sanatorium sanatoriumHe sanatoriumlIe sanatoriumHe
He had been in the GArfield Park Sana Sanatorium Sanatorium l ¬
torium since May Iay 23 3 and stood st od in front of ofit ofIt o lf
it waching the parade when policemen policemenrecosniaffl policemenrecognized n
recognized him Martini admits having havin havinkilled g p
killed Murdn but says he did so In n self selfdefense sel seldefensc
defense The murder occurred on August AugustC logos t t
6 1995 19 It was 8S caused by Murdas refusal refusalto refusalto 1
to sell drinks after closing time timeAccounts timeccllunt1l timeAccounts
Accounts Are Subject to Cheek ClieckAt CtllckAt Cheek1t
At 1t will 111 and draw interest in n banking dept deptof dap t
of Union Trust Co 1414 414 F 11 8l sL t Banking Rankin 5
business of e every ery description de riptlon Invited Un i ¬
der U S government supervision supenieionThe supervisionThe
The Best Boards lloaJ1 only onl JtOO 100 00 per 100 ft ft I
= = = =
Marrying e eterliews + Hotel II otcl Parson In Interviews IlltClyiews ¬
terviews Park Row HowWOULD RowWOULD RowWOULD
Could Tell of Fierce Midnight MidnightHymeneal MidnightIlynteneala lIldniJhtnrncnlull
Hymeneal with Bridal Couple CoupleFrazzled CoupleJrn Coupleslrnzzlcd
Frazzled Jrn Zl 1111 to the FVrehockslids FVrehockslidsFetching F rclock relocklllI1I11 relocklllI1I11FCtCIIII His HisFetching
Fetching FCtCIIII Mnrrlawe Gotvns GonnlIo GonnlIoFnt Gownshies GownshiesPat How HowFat
Fat Corer Fee Got Away Airnjperson Awn AwnU AwnMY AwayNew
New Y U t3 U ate p61laetrsle p61laetrsleperson
person In uKh r woo Isla Ok Oksay = is be die of ofsay <
say twenty twenty men to wnfcek ap X ebt a aweek aHk aweek
week Hk so that the income Int o Of f the RevDr Rev RevDr RevDr
Dr Henry Marsh Warren may be In Increased Incrl8Md Increased ¬
creased about 311 10 0 every seven days day there thereIs tberoIs thereis
Is one onea as the pink edition tdtttOna mywho mywhowould say 1ho 1howould who whowould
would be delighted de ted to increase the grand grandtotal grandtotal grandtotal
total to JWJ5 and see that the doctor gets getsthe getsthe et etthe
the money Dr Warren War as everybody everybodyknows everybodknotI everybodyknows
knows Is the hotel chaplain who 00 marries marriesem mar marem marriesem
em m tn Jacks or any other convenient convenientplace convenientplace convenientplace
place after theyve been foolish fool or have havemissed haftmined havemissed
missed the last train to Yaphank YaphankIn
In certain parts of tbe Tenderloin where wherethey wheretMy wherethey
they dont seem to have haY a proper respect respectfor relfleetfor respectfor
for Dr Warrens arrens holy office he is known knownas knownas
g as the flrstahltotheinjured or some sometimes JIOI sometimes e etimes ¬
times the theCupld Cupid to the stayoutallnights stayoutallnightsBut
j But Dr Warren has made up his mindthat mind mindthat mladthat
t that he has been tying the hasty knots knotsand knotsand c ota otaAnti
and then galloping to the nearest tele telephone t telephone le lepbone ¬
phone to tell the newspapers about the tbemarrlaSeil themarriages
t marriages gratis tIa long enough He realisesthat realises realisesthat reallaellthat
t that his calling eal11 is sacred all right rl bt but he heneeds heneeds h hneeds e
r needs the money Consequently Con eqUtntly the doc doctor doctor
t tor has gathered together all the clippingspublished clippings cUppn511publJahed
j published about his marriages for some someyears eomerears someyears e
years back and armed with Ith these the thedoctor thedoctor th thdoctor e
doctor < has begun a crusade on Park rowasking row rowasking ro roukl
asking ukl how about ItMr it itJlr It It1r
Jlr 1r Wnrrcnn nrrenle Profession ProfessionMr lrore IrofcsslonMr In InMr
Mr Warrens arrens profession was ex explained explalnfl explalned ¬
plained 1 In further detail today by the themarriage tbl tblmarrlalfe th e emarriage
marriage peddler himself at his home homein homeIn ho hoin sae
I in West Ninetyfourth street treet He told toldamiably toldamiAbly to toamiably Id
i amiably about the lovelorn J tlorn who hav havcome have havecome haTecome e
come < to him stewed to the th topknot topknotand topknotand topknotand
and he even condescended eonde end to supply supplya
a reporter with names Including some someof 80IIIeoC someof
of the interesting caee cases of the w1 wildest wildestones wltones wildestones
ones he has known The names we wenot were werenot werenol n
not taken down however The con contracting ceotractlng contracting ¬
tracting parties might ml hl not be pleased pleasedif
if I they saw them in print printThe printThe
The reverend r > erend doctor was Jn his h hiseommumlcatfre most mostcommunicative DMetcommunicative
communicative mood which is going goingsome goingsome oIng oIngsome g
some Ever and anon Mrs War Warren WarrlI Warran ¬
ran who is one of o the best be t over overworked
worked marriage witnesses witne sCt in towncame town towncame towncame i
came to the door and pleaded with the theloctor theIoctor th e e u udoctor
doctor to come in to dinner dinnerOn dinnerOn
On the supposition that the dinner got gotunder gotunder go gounder t
under way ay in the dining room about the thetime tbeUIn th thtime e
time UIn the doctor got underway underwlI in his fn m mtervtew fntn1e
tervtew tn1e today then his h J description of t ttrertoua the thevarious thevarious he henose 8
various robes he uses in n his bust bustalone business bush1fll8Alone nose s
alone it te safe to say lasted from the thebeginning thebglnnln e
beginning of the soup to the end of th the theentree theentret e
entree From his enthusiastic description descriptionr n n
some SO of o the gowns must be among th the thesweetest 8
sweetest in town townHis townIlls
His Lovely lolJ Marriage nrrlnJe Itohcn ItohcnOne HobellOne ItohesOne
One perfect love of a marriage robe the thedoctor th thdoctor e
doctor wears on occasions is a pure vir virgin virgin Ir Irgin ¬
gin white and is used by b him only now nowand nowand nonand v
and then He was leading ding up to the hood Itoodof hoodof r d I
of scarlet he wears at tremendous mar marriage marriage marridge
riage ceremonies ceremonies when Mrs Irs Warren yarrencame yarrencameto came cameto cameto e
to the door again againProbably againProb againProbably
Probably Prob bly tho prettiest of all Is one o oblack of ofblack ofblaek f
black silk with a It swell surplice cut on onthe onthe o othe n
the bias This rObe is of f silk throughout throughoutwith throughoutlth ll t
with lth wellmade buttonholes The sur surplice sus
pike material alone must mu t have cost over eve eveSr r
Sr 2 a yard If t it cost a cent When the thedoctor th e
doctor gets this on it serves to accen accentott
tuHte he Jolly Mack lustrous locks tha thahe that tbathe i t
he He parts so neatly neatl In the t center and it itcomes Itcomes i t
comes up remarkably rem remarkably rkbly well in a news newspaper newspaper
paper photoNo photo photoNo
No matter what the papers may ma say sa saRAid saysaid
Bald Dr Warren again speaking for pub publlcaUon
llcation I really was asked to perform performthe performthe perfor perforthe m
the CoreyGilman Core Gllman marriage Unfortu UnCortunalel
Hate nately I went to Miss lIas Spooners matt matinee matineethat matineethat matineethat
that afternoon and as I was as sitting in inNotice inJtll f fNotice n
Notice Jtll to Gn Gnlll Consumer ConsumersTlae ConsumerThe Con III 11 11 11Ttle
The Ttle pressure pres ure will be materially uterIAlI reduced reducedon reduc reducon ed
on Sunday Sunda June 2 1307 between the hours hoUl1lof ho ors
of II a m and 12 1 noon for the purpose of ofm o t
making m klng connections at 7th st st and Pa Paave Paae Paave
ave se seBoards asBoards
Boards Wide and Bright 300 00 per KO t ft n t
rather a conapteuea consafcuoo position IOBItIott in a box boxthe boxLhe boxthe
the Spooners are oM friends frleD of mine mlneI mlneIeould mineIcould I Icould
could not leave during the performance performanceThere performanceThere performanceThere
There was a too fee in that Corey Coreywedding Lvreywddin Coreywedding
wedding wddin but I couldnt perform the mar marriage marriap marriage ¬
riage because when I got home from the thematinee thematinee thematinee
matinee I had another engagement gement and andafter andafter andafter
after that I was wa to perform the wedding weddingceremony weddingceremony eddlllK eddlllKcerem
ceremony cerem ny for a perfectly sweet little littleScotch littleScotch littleScotch
Scotch girt girlllhernl girtLiberal < < trI trI1lhcrnl
Liberal In M JJpII Jlany uy RespectYou UCIpectlllYou Respect ItespecteYou
You float object a marrying IIIaJTin < < divorced divorcedpersons divorcedperonsr
peronsr persons 1 tIM doctor was asked askedWell ukedWell askedWell
Well Im what would woaIdbe be called quite quiteliberal quiteU quiteliberal
liberal U ra1 explained Dr W Warren Dontyou Dont Dontyou Dontyou
you know I think If Christ were to come comeback comeback ome omeback
back to earth again He H would modifymany modify modifymany IIIOCUCymany
many of his statement w Christ was w a aman aman aman
man of His In toe when beD He was w OB earthand earth earthand eartband
and I an sure He 11 would be pen progressive progressivewere reatve reatvewere ve vewe
were we He H team now And theres SL It Paul PaulI
1 think St Paul wo wssid ld take tall back nun nunofJtfs some 101MaL somecf
ofJtfs ofJtfsXew aL cf ids gltahe tt tI were lie to JIIVb h r rsew
Xew 1 sew YorkAtMajr YorkAtMajrsuseaT y Yost tebtta7 tebtta7Do i
00 you ever mmKy ashen wbtlr wbtlrIMNHII tfi re rea
IMNHII a suseaT arid was the next t quMUoa quMUoaDr qilllUoltDr jw La LaDr
Dr Warren WarrenThe 11IIrIaThe WarrenThe
The questioner had In mind a aperCornwd marriage marriageperformed marriageperformed
performed by Dr Warren In which some someof mmeof someof
of the happy marriage party according accordingto
to the bouncer and others who ottgbt OU oUg bL t to toknow tokno towow
know kno wow a souse when they He ee one were werefranfed w werehaasied re refJuIded
franfed to the th forelocksOh forelocks foretocksDb
Oh I shouldnt think of it It t said thedoctor the thedoctor
doctor evidently pained painM1I painedMight
Might 1I ht laic hind Fat Corey Curc Fee IeeAnd FeeAral
And there would have been a One fee so in inthat Inthat Inthat
that Corey marriage continued tile doc doctor doetor
tor I know kno of course what a hullabailon hulla hullahalloo hullabAlloo
halloo would be b raised by minister andeverybody and andeverybody I
everybody afterward but I am quite hlberas lib liberal
era eras in my view vtews viewon en n such matters matte Imliberal Im Imliberal rmliberal i
liberal also about the different creeds ertledsYou creedsYou
You see there isnt nt much difference dltCere be bet between
tween t een the marriage service of the various variousdenominations varIo varIotlenoulnatio variousdenofalsatloae i
denominations and if one couple prefers prefersa fen fena i
a certain ceremony and the next anotherthe another anotherthe
the matter is easily arranged arrangedMrs a aXnI arrangedMrs
Mrs Warren bad given up as a bad job jobher
her efforts to get et her reverend bus husband huebaad
band into the diningroom dlnn room where whe the theguests theguat t tguests
guests were ere awaiting him hi and the doctor doctortalked r r
talked on for publication without Inter hitcrruption tnlerrupti6n Interruption
ruption He came out to the front door doorand doorand r
and part partway way By down the steps and whenthe when wbtmthe
the interview seemed eemE to be finally at an anfOnd anend i
end he called out one last message Now X01lrlte Nowwrite
write rlte me up in a dignified way 118 please pleasehe plea pleasehe e ehe
he yelled down the steps stepsBRYANS tltpIIIBRYANS
Initiative and Referendum Found FoundLegal FoundLegal Foun FounLegal d l
Legal in Do Dog Case CaseCouncil CaseCOllncll CaseConnell
Council Passes ln ell Ordinance Requiring RequiringAH ncqlllrlnJOAll RequiringAll
All Canines to lie Muzzled and andOwners nlillOwncrs
Owners Contest Conte t Validity YnUdltyOmaha ValidityOmaha
Omaha May Ia alThe The initiative anti ref referendum re relaw
erendum law passed in Omaha by friends friendsof Crkndso s s
of o William J Bryan at the latters re request request
quest and on his advice has been de declared
Glared legal and valid in a dogmussling dogmusslingordinance dogmuuUnsordinAnce 5
ordinance case This is the first time the theInitiative th thinitiative e g
initiative and referendum has been at attacked
tacked in this State and the fact that it Itwas i t
was upheld by the courts is i gratifying to tothe t o 0
the Bryan followers followersn
Mayor Ia r Jim Dahhnan Ibhn n a warm 8nn personal peraomdCrlend Iros s j
friend of Mr Ir Bryan line on a war waragainst warapJnst wa waagainst r
against dogs do and three weeks ago issued issueda II issue issuea Hd Hda d
a proclamation ordering all dogs dog to be bemuzzled
muzzled The city clt council backed him up upami upand u uand P
and passed p Med an ordinance requiring the themuzallng th thdemanded e e
muzzling of o dogs the same as demand demanded demandedby el
by Mayor Dahlman DahlmanSeveral DahlmanSeveral DahlmanSeveral
Several dog fanciers opposed to mue muzzling musalias
alias took the matter before the courts courtswith courtswith courtswith
with the result re ult that today toda Judge Sut Sutton
ton declared the ordinance ordlnan e and proclama proclamation prockrnaatbn
tkm illegal on the ground that the inltia InltiaUo
live and referendum had not been in invoked InOked inroktd
voked OkedPOPE
Attributes Recovery from Gout to toIteeent t o i
Recent Clmnjje of Diet DietLondon IJletLondon DtctLondon
London May IA 31 3lAccord1ng According to a news newsagencys newsagencs newsagencys g
agencys dispatch from Rome the Pooe Pooeadopted Pooeadopted Po Poadopted u > e
adopted vegetarianism in January Janu rJ hop hoping hopIng hoplag
ing to defeat his perpetual enemy enem tne tnegout 1Iegout t
gout goutHe goutHe goutHe
He has not suffered since and he attributes at attrlbutos
tributes the condition entlcaly enU to his diet dietz diet100Dluemont
100 100Dluemont niuctnont Sunday Sllnd1 Tres IMlOO IMlOOVia 5100 5100Via
Via Southern Railway noV no nos In effect effectWasblngton
Washington to stations Ashliurn to Blue Bluemt Blu e
moHH Inclusive return same day Trains Trainsleave TralDileRve Trainsleave
leave SJ6 Si 6 a m express and 111 > M a m mlocal mlocal atlocal
local localLibbsy
1 1Llbbt
Libbsy Llbbt g Co CO1 Oth St 51 and N Y Ave
Unidentified Man Ian Ends Life Lifein Lifein
in Horrible Manner MannerBURNED MannerBURNED Ial1ncrBURNED
Stranger Supposed Sllllllo el to Have Been BeenInliorine DeenInhorlllJ Bee Beeinhoring n
Inliorine Under Odd Ilcllef tlmt thntnenth this ti tiby t
Death by Cremation Insured Entrance Kn Kntranee Bntrnllcc
trance to heavenNo Heaven Xo Evidence I hlence of ofKnnl ofI o I IFoul
Foul I ool flay Ih linn Been Found FoundI FOllndar FoundClnokatl
I anrtaastl OM Ollie May > > ar ILAI adhost adhosto > oatfc oatfc0elMk fU
0 0elMk o this parang Il wIM what JM JMMOtt isisa isisanett 3 3mott
mott ftntimi at at UM uMt Ryan n Soap Gap Wartfc Wartfcat W Wat Wat
at Spring Grove avenue a and Strajfeht Strajfehtstreet StrajIhstreet t t8t
street 8t entered the furnace room afterfew after a afew aIe
few Ie minutes absence HftO in another part of ofthe ofthe o othe t
the building he noticed notl ed one of the furnace furnacedoors fur furdoonl furdoors mace maceI
d doors open Going closer be war horrified horrifiedto botuI botuIto rifted riftedto I
t to see a pair p lr of human feet eet partly pro protruding protrudln protrading ¬
t trading trudln < < from rom the furnace f furnace mactl door and look lookIns Iooklag looklag
I lag into the seething Are box he saw sawnuns W a amans aJIIUIs
mans body melting melUn away < amongglowing among the theglowing
1 glowing 1 coals McDermott cries crte brought broughtother broud1tother boroughother t
other workmen who bo w4A fa bars a apoker and aDdpolu nd
I pokers polu lI dragged the form item r the fur furnace furnaee fu fuflare r
t flare naeeThe flareThe
The body was wa taken to t the morgue morguewhere mor morWMN morguewhere
i where the coroner examined It and found foundthat foundthat fonts fontsthat A
t that the skull was fractured A coat well w wworn ell II IIom
worn om and of foreign material and make makewu sak S Swas
i was found at the door of o 1 the furnace furnaceThis turna turnaThIa furnaceThe ce
1 This coat was 0 torn and cut in IIITIHt pieces piecesThe piecesThe
The fractured skull awl the torn coat COtItre eon eonwere t
i were < < re at first held by b Ute coroner a apolice and andpolice andpollee
j police to indicate a struggle that thatpreceded thatr the thepreceded t
preceded r the shoving of the body into the theflJrna t
j furnace flJrna probably still UII alive Engineer EngineerMcDcrmott EngineerlcDt T r
McDermott lcDt > rmott was closely questioned by b the thepolice thepoll t tpolice
I police poll and taken to the morgue where here hereh re C Cho
I he h naturally talked at again Inspecting Inspectingthe irapectluthe s
t the horribly charred remains remainsIiiMiccfx remah remahIn remainsInsnects
IiiMiccfx In Jllch 1nrnnce DoorsAbout Doors DnoriAbout DoorllAbttut
About this time Ed Wilson Wll on engineer a athe at atthe atthe t
the Fair View Street Str t Railway about abouthalf a ahalt
half hours walk from the soap p works worksreported workllreported worksreported
reported to the police that shortly after afteroclock 4 4oclock 4o
oclock o lock this morning morn ns a stranger stl1i gtr had come comeinto corn corninto e
into his engineering room opened a fur furstare ir
nace door and looked inside ln lde On being beingspoken bei beispoken issin n g
spoken to the stranger 8tran el pointed overhead overheadthen pverbeadthen overheatthen d
then into the furnace fur ltce then went away awaytalking awa awatalking a atAlkln iy y
talking tAlkln in some tongue unknown to Witsen Wit Wilson II Usen ¬
sen Wilson noticed the peculiar peculiarworn coa coat coatworn coatworn t
worn by b the man and his description descriptiontallied descriptbtallied ripUon ripUontaUied 9n n
tallied exactly eXActl with ith that of the thefound coat coatfound coatfouDd
found at the soap so p works work furnace door doorWilson doorWlllO dos dosWilson > r
Wilson WlllO later saw the coat and apparently apparentlyidentified ItPlMrntlyIdenttfted apparent apparentidentified Y
identified it as the one worn OCII by b hi his hisstrange blsstrange is S Sstrange
strange visitor 181 tor torThlfi
This statement was generally taken takenonce at atonce atonce
once as al disproving dl provl 1g the murder theory tbeor and andestablishing aMuabtlblng a aestablishing n4
establishing suicide Chief of Detectives DetectivesRalph DetecUvetRalph DetectiveRalph eg s
Ralph C Crawford SAkI tonight tonlgbtThe to ntght
The case is clearly door suicide The man manwould manwould ma mawould n
would have thrown himself into the fur furnace furnace ir
nace of the Fair View incline but the thedoor t tdoor he
door was too small The furnace door at atthe atthe
the soap works was plenty large enough enoughfor enoug enougfor gh h
for this purpose purpoSe He wits a It tramp and a aforeigner
foreigner I am told some foreigners foref mer8 b bhave be believe believe > e
lieve death by cremation insures heaven heavenfor heaventor heav en een
for the cremated There is no possibility possibilityof JIOlIlbllltof ty
of identifying the man so far consumed consumedP consume d
is If the body except by b the peculiar coat eotltTM coat it
The fractured skull was doubtless a re result resuit ¬
suit of pulling the body from the fire firewith ftrewith fir firwith lrc e
with iron hooks hooksITALIAN hooksITALIAN hooksITALIAN
Giuseppe Honinnn Chnrpo t with Ile IleInt DeIII B Brag c
Int III rag Connected with CnmorrnLondon Cnmorrn CnmorrnLondon GnmorrnLondon
London June 1 IThe The Rome correspon correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
dent of the Chronicle says SR s that the crown crownhas crownhas crow crowhas n
has begun proceedings against Glueeppe GlueeppeRomana GIUleppeRomAna Glueep GlueepRomance pe 4
Romana deputy depllt from Avers on alle alletione allega allegations aJlilgaUons ¬
tions of his connection with the notorlo notorloCamorra notorious notoriousCamorra us
Camorra He has been denounced by b a agroup agroup
group of Ills fellow fellowdeputies deputio f as being beingpresident bean beanpresident ng g
president of criminal socjctlee in his con constltuency eonstltuenc cotsstituency m n
stltuency stltuencyThe stltuenc stltuencThe
The sensation has been increased by the thefact thefact tic ticfact he e
fact that SIgnor Schanzer ministerposts minister of ofposts ofiW8ts
posts and telegraphs is accused eeMed of com complicity compllelt cornpliclty m ¬
plicity pllelt in the crimes committed by b the thesocieties thesocieties Us Ussocieties he e
societies societiesIOnFrelttrlrk societies51011Frederick
51011Frederick 3100 IOnFrelttrlrk Frederick Antloinm Kcodys Kcodysvlllc JlldYJlIIe iCecdyaddle s
vlllc lIIe HnRcrstoTtn n tinil Return ReturnLeave neturnIMve ReturnLeave
Leave Baltimore find Ohio Ol o Station Statio 9U n
Washington S30 a m Sunday Suntlf1 June JunePlenty 1 2
Plenty PInt of room for overt oer oho and a M mag magiilftcont Jn erne ernenltkent ig g gnUkent
iilftcont opportunity to spend a delightful ful u1
day In the country countl at small expenseFlooring expense expenseFlooring expenseFloorhll
Flooring N C Heart Heart J200 200 per per 100 ft It
King and Queen of u Spain Married 31nrrlcdOne JlnrrledOll MarriedOne
One Oll Year YearMadrid YearMadrid YearMadrid
Madrid May Ma I JLThe first anniversary anniversaryf nnlverIQr nnlverIQrof
of f the1 the wedding of the King and Queen Queenwas Queencefebrated Queonwed
was celebrated today by a solemn oJe ln re TeDMim reDMtm reDents
Dents in the palace chapel In thankeglv thanksgivlag thankeglving tJuwksghIng
ing fOr their escape from the tat bomb bombtltcown
thrown at them as AI they were returning returJdngf returningfrbin
frow f the church after Cler the marriage ceremony cere ceremony ceetOII ¬
monyMemorial mony monyMemorial tOII
Memorial masses were nice xl o celebrated celebratedat
at the churches of Been Suceso and Santa SantaMaria SantaMarla SantaMaria
Maria for the victims The service rvlee at AtOM atthe
the former church chu h was attended by King KingAlfonso KingAlComtO KingAlfomto
Alfonso and some other members of 0 theroyal the theroyal therOAI
royal family Camll palace lace officials ministers ministersofficers mlntetersoOleers ministersofficers
officers of the Madrid garrison and the theThe theregiment theregiment
regiment which hleh wt men by the outrage outrageThe outrageThe
The King KI In the course cour e of the daysigned day daysigned daysl8QM
signed a decree tl ree authorizing autJaoriztn the Introduc Introduction IntroduetJon Introductbms ¬
tion in the chamber ehm r of a 8 bill pensioning pensioningthe
the families famiU of the victimsThe victims victimsThe vlcUmsThe
The trial of Ferrer Nakens and the theothers tb
others who are al charged with 1th aiding the theescape tilee theescape
escape e eape of Morales the man who threw thl thlthe threwthe
the bomb will begin at the Palace of Juetiee Jus JIHItlee
tfce on June 1 1SAYS C CSAYS 6SAYS
SAYS BRYAN FEARS TAFT TAFTRepublican TAFTRepuhllenu TAFTRepublican
Republican Thinks Nebraskan chrnlllknnou11 chrnlllknnou11Hun Would WouldRun WouldHun
Hun Against Roosevelt Though ThoughTopeka ThoughTopeka fhoughTopeka
Topeka Kans May HIt is my 1ft l guess gueathat rueethat guessthat
that If Taft is nominated for the Preeldeny Prest Presidency
dency Bryan will refuse to be a eandldate candi candidate eandtdate
date while if Roosevelt Is a candidate candidateBryan eandklateBryan
Bryan will run runThte runThis runThis
This is the prediction predletl n made today by byformer 1Jrformer byformer
former Attorney General L W Colby ColbyoC Colbyof
of Nebraska Nebraskastalwart Nebrukaryao NebraskaBryan
Bryan ryao laid Gen Colb Colby who I fa a astalart astalwart
stalwart Republican epubll aR has been growing growingin
in the estimation of his neighbors and andDO andnow
now DO It is II recognized that he heall possesses possessesall
all the good qualities of Roosevelt with wltbmore
more diplomacy and tact However 1 1do 1do 1do
do not believe that Bryan ca can beat Tartand Taft Taftand Taltand
and I think that Bryan himself knows knowsthis knowsthis knowsthis
this and will 111 not consent to rui ru against againstPHOTO aganathim
Woman omnn Shows Court Picture o oIlubh of t
llnliby IlIlhh and Another Woman WomanSandusky omnll
Sandusky Ohio Ohio May ay 31 3lA A camera cameraprQnd cameraproved
proved the undoing of Joseph J Mph Btektey to todIQ today
day His wifes ires suit for divorce came camefor up upfor iap iapCor j
for bearing in Common Pleas Pl Court Courtmorning this thismorning thismornl
morning mornl and Mrs ra Bickley submitted a u ueVi
evidence eVi ence a snapshot photograph pho rapb of ofhusband her herbuaband
husband and of another woman oman taken takenmortl t takenhortly
shortly mortl s after their marriage marriA < < e The con court courtlooked courtlooked
looked at the picture and granted the thecree de deC deThe
C cr cree creeThe
The photograph phot raph in question it is said saidwas ahlU saidwar
was U taken on the beach at Cedar Point Pointacron
across a cross the bay from Sandusky by a de det tieeeth
tective t eeth tlv in the employ of o Mrs Orpha BkkleY Bkk Bkkley
ley his wife wifeCHINESE wifeCHINESE ife ifeCHINESE
n British Consul Orders White hlte Women Womento lVonre omen omento n
to IIonckonK IIonckonKHongkong lIonJkonJI1cmgkon Ilongkongliongkong <
Hongkong May 31 H DThe The British consul con ul ulat
at Pakhoi has ordered the white 11lte women wome omen omentbere n
there l to proceed to H Hongkong koAg The white wbltemen whitemen e
men have been armed and are a taking takingturns taktngturns takia takiaturns g
turns In patrol work workThe workThe ork orkThe
The capture of Ltochau by b the rebels rebelswas rebelswas s
was only temporary The Th missionaries missionariesthere mieefonartthere es
there are a safe saf C The rising to If still spread spreadIng sprHdIn spreadlag
lag In < < but more troops are being concen concentrated concentrated conestrated ¬
Kansans Make Unusual Appeal to toSecretary toSeoretary j jt t 0
Secretary of Navy NavyCommittee NavyComnllttee NavyCommittee
Committee from Sunflower Snn ower State StateSuRKcst Stnte5uJJelt Slat e
Suggest They Would 011111 Like Trip Tripon TrIJOil
on Uncle Sntun New eT Boat BoatPlease DontPleue BorstPlease
Please Mr Secretary let us have a II ride rideon r ron 1de le
on our new battle ship This to in sub substance subtanee
stance tanee although not In exact form the theappeal theappeal t tappeal w
appeal which b h Secretary of the Navy av7 Met Metcalf
calf received yesterday from a a committee committeeof corflmltt ee
of Kansans K who want ant to make a voyage voy voyaboard Oyaseaboard >
aboard the battle ship which has been Moennamed bee beenamed n
named in honor of the Sunflower State StaleA
A committee of representative re ntattYe cltise cltiseo cltisens ClU1IeDSof as ic
of o Kansas Xan k going to Philadelphia next aextmonth nex ct t
month to present the monster sea ea tight tightwith Bghter Bghterwith Ighterwith W
with a handsome silver service serviceKnowledpe serviceKnowledge
Knowledge of seacraft in Kansas is con conftned
fined largely la gely to row boats boat on mill ponds pondsand poac poacand pondand
and prairie schooners and the committee committeethinks eommltt eommlttthinks ommltteethlna w
thinks that It would ould be a grand lark to totake t o
take passage aboard the vessel for a short sborttrtr she rt
trip They want to make a II voyage oya e on the theKansas theK8Il888 t tKaneda he M
Kansas from Philadelphia to New York Yorkand Yorkand ore k
and the request noque t for such permission perm IIon was wastransmitted a astraJl8mlttld as s
transmitted to the Secretary Secretar through th h Sen Senstor Senator Se Setor n
stor atorSecretary tor Long IonsSecretary
Secretary Metcalf was urged to ex x xplain
plain not only that it was entirely con eoRtntrr
teary to navy regulations to grant such nehpennlHlon h
permission but furthermore that there tb tbare thare ere re
are no accommodations aboard a battle haft bAtlIIhlp le 1
ship for civilians Secretary Metcalf was wasobliged w woolArd as s
obliged to exercise a good deal of dlplo diplomacy dips o
macy in turning down the Kansans > and anddid anddid a nd id
did so without causing any III feeling but butthe bar ut t
they the were disappointed disappointedrrffiS disappointedMRS
Yacht Cnnrlee Hun IJovrn liy h HOT GOTerlllllent
eminent Launch JnunchNewport
Newport R I L May Iay 11 31Mrs Mrs lrs Alfred AlfredVanderbiit G GVanderbilt GVanderbilt
Vanderbilt had a narrow escape from fromng f nom i
being ng swamped while out in her Ilti little littleyaeht C Cyacht
yacht Caprice today to day looking at t the theChilean j
Chilean and German cruisers now at a an anchor n
chor in the outer harbor harborShe
She was as sailing tung about with Capt Nut Nuteon t
son when wh n one on of the government iOnrnmentlaunch gorernrne gorernrnelaunches rat tt
launches launch bearing Rear Admiral John P l PIerrell
Merrell Capt Dilllngham and Capt CptSaw Ca CaSawyer
Sawyer Saw tr of the naval training station staUonwho stationwho
who had been aboard the German cruiser crulllerBremen cruiseBremen
Bremen for luncheon ran her down and andcut andcut an
cut a II hole in the sloops aide down to the thewater th ne e
waters water edgeAs edge edgeAs ed < < e eAs
As there was but little breeze blowln blowinCapt blowing blowingCapt blowlnCaft if g
Capt Nuttiest had no difficulty dll culty in keeping keepinghte keepinghlf keepin keepinhis ng g
his boat afloat until he returned to New Newport Newport Newport w
lung 1ln to Receive Petitioners for Res Ite ItetnrnHon t
torntlon of Government GovernmentLisbon GOcrIlIllClltLlllbon GovernmentLisbon
Lisbon May Ia 31 31King King Charles has hasagrefd
agreed to receive deputations from the theHouse he
House of Peers and the Lower House of oCIarllament
Parliament who desire to petition him himCor h1 lm m
for the restoration rc toratlon of government on the thebasis thelKsls t tbosis j
basis of national sovereignty soerelgntThe
The King Mid he would receive the tMdEputatlons t
deputations antI would support their UlelrIews th thclews eir Jr
views Iews which would wo ld indicate that the theKing th n C
King is willing to abandon the state stateabsolutism of ofabsolutism orab
absolutism ab oluUem which hleh has prevailed since Pa Paliament Par Parliament Parliament r ¬
liament was dissolved d l6ohel on May 11 11RAITniORK UBAIIl1toRI 11BALTiMORE
Ilnltlniiire and Ohio R R REcr I
Ever Every Saturday and Sunday All trains
both ways both days except Royal Lim Lt
Ited tad Clt Sty offices o lces 1417 HI G at and 619 19 Pa PaFlooring PalVo Pcave J
Flooring Very Pretty J200 200 per 100 ft ft to
11L Mutual M ir utual Life Official Will ill Be BeTried BeTrimL BeTrial
Tried Again AgainNOW AgainNOY Againt01
Must Remain R llhaill in Jail 11 Until L Il tI1 Bond BondIs BondIs BondIs
Is Obtained ObtainedInsurance ObtainedIrlllurnliCC Obtaiiicdnsurnstec
i Insurance I nsurnstec Man 11111 Serves but Four and andn
i n Half Month Mouths of Two Tear Yearn Sentence Sen Sentence Sentence ¬
t tence Sent U Up from Justice Green GreenImuins GrtlnhnulUlII Greenbatons
batons Court In Criminal Branch JlrnncliAccused IJrnnlhcCIIIICII Branchtccascd
Accused cCIIIICII on Five Indictments IndictmentsCharging1 ImllctwtntlChnrglng ndiclmentsCharging
Charging Him with Forgery ForgeryNew ForgcrNew ForgeryNew
New York May lay St ItAfter After serving frvin four fourand fQutand fourand
gj and a half months month of a It term of two twoyears tWIyear tworears
years in Sin Sl fling g Sing for grand larcPn larcPneorge larceny larcenyGeorge laf f > n nGeorge
G George eorge Bttrnham Jr formerly fermerl second secondrice secondvice cond condme
rice president pre klent of the Mutual lulul Reserve ReserveFund ReslneFund ReserveFund
Fund Life Association today got out of ofttuK o ot ofthtt
t ttuK prison prisonThe prbonThe prioaThe
The appellate division of the Supremo SupremoCourt SupremoCourt SupremeCourt
Court today toda reverted the decision of tlig tliglower t tirgbuses iQ iQlower
lower w branch and in an opinion written writtenby writtenby rlWn rlWnIIY
bj by Justice Jut Ingreham ordered a a new n W trial trialfor trl trlfor driedor
fo for f or the former life insurance official officialThe officialThe officialThe
The prisoner will be brought back totick to tothte tl tlthill
tick city where he will a 11I stay in tbe Tombsuntil Tombs Tombauntil Tombsuntil
until he is admitted to bail His trial trialhowever trlaTboftff trialowever
however h owever cannot come up before late Ja e In Inthe Inthe inthe
the fall when ben MB hI brother Frederick A ABurnham ABurnham Aurnham
Burnham B urnham until last la t week president el elthe dIut ctthe
the Mutual Iut Reserve eMr1e Fund Life Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCOM Insuranceompany
I C Company COM ompany will 111 be pat ut on trial on charges chargesof
I of ° > perjury and nd forgery forSei In connection Uon w wltb wltbbls wIhis ti tibfe
n bfe h is administration of the companys af affairs atfain affairs
fi fairs
Fought Court Courts Verdict VerdictBurnham YerlUctBurnham
Burnham wa was sent to Sing Sing Prison Prisonon Prfol1on Prisonn
01 on n January Januar 1C last after he had been beenm beenn r rIn
m In i n a cell hi the Tombs Tom Prison eighteen eighteenday elghtEEncia
di day days trying by every technicality known knownto
to the law to obtain a stay of execution ex utlo utloof
of sentenceBurnham sentence sentenceBnrnham tence tenceBurnham
Burnham was placed on trial December D Decemberfi0 em 1 1lut
29 last before Justice Greenbaum G beum In the thecriminal thecriminal theriminal
ci criminal c branch of the Supreme Court CourtHe CourtHe CourtHe
H He was charged In fire indictments Indle nt with withlarceny wltbIarcEDY withlarceny
ta larceny and forgery in baring been a aparty aparty 1 1party
party to the Improper payment of JM JMto j5i j5ito 751 S Sto
to J Douglass Doug Wells and to the doctor doctorIng dtCtolog
j log of the books of the Mutual Reserve ResentFund ReserveFund Rtsen4Iund
Fund Life to cover tbe transaction transactionThe lranMcUonTM tr aneactfon
The indictments followed charges of mis misappropriation mlsapproprlaUon m1sasproprbatloa ¬
appropriation of funds of the compare comparemade comlarimade comparqmade
j made before the Armstrong committeend committee committeeand committo > e eand
i and a nd an Investigation IIIU by the grand gnd jury jJI
at lt Jerome JeromeThe Jem the t instigation lu Uo of District Dtrkt Attorney AttorneyJerome AttrnI AttorneyJerome
The T first indictment Inictt was a for the al alleged a1 alleged <
I leged lege effibeszletnent ebea ent of J7600 of the th in Inlur n nauraace <
i surance lur companys eJs money mn on October Otobr W J
1901 0 The T second I indictment htmt charges ere the thiembesslement thtem theembeaaleraent
embesslement em t of HjM l5 on the t same dateMore date dateMore datelore
More lore Indictments IndictmentsThe InllrtDentll InllrtDentllT Indl tmcnta tmcntaThe
The T e Miser bf three tM Jests 4n were W8 for fororgery tOJfor
forgery for f orgery In n the t third tr degree fSI essUn consisting ol olforgery 0 0forgry offorgery
forgery forgry with wth an attempt atempt to defraud defraudcatalog defratfdcausing defr d
causing CWha false fa entry et to be b made m in th thcompanys t the thecompanys <
companys cJs cash c book b kept kep under uDr the te dlsection dl dlrecttoa dlr <
section r < t of o the defendants det
The Tb first charge of forgery forge arose outof out outof outof
of the tb entry ent made me of the t sum of 7504 7504which 7600which r
which bh George Gege and Frederick Fredeck A Bum Bumham Bumh Burnham
ham h were re charged crg with wt stealing stelnS on Octoher Octo October Ot0
her St 2 I90L 1 The indictment latml alleges aleges that thatthe thatt
the t 7500 7 was entered enter in n the th cash ch book boohM bol bookas
M paid p to t Nicholas lhl and Bacon Bcon attorneys attorneysof attore3S attore3SoC i iof
of P B Armstrong Armroo to settle tte a claim caim ol ofArmstrongs olArmstrongs 0 0Alr
Armstrongs Alr s against aglDt the insurance Inurace com company compy cornparty
party py arising arn out of the th contract cntlt between betweenhm
I him hm and a the insurance lnau company companyOn cmny cmnyOn companyOn
On December 36 Burnham
DmMr Burn was ron ronrkted nn nnYde <
rkted Yde and A two days d later ltr was sentenced sentencedto entent
to two t1O years ye in State Sute prison p He tried triedto tr triedto
to get t a feather bed M and ad luxurious luxrious furni furniture furntur
lure tur into his cell cl in the Tombs Tob while hil he hawas hewg hewas
A was wg there tl but the te warden an put pt his foot ff1 ff1dn
c down dn and an refused rf to allow alow any ay extra pr prlieges prI prc prcurges <
1 lieges s All Al be could cld do to mitigate Ma h13lt
1 tot lt was to have choice choc viands sent in Inr n
from r a highclass highcls restaurant rurant rurantAL restaurantALL
Messcnper leotclJcr Asks Alli for George GeorJ Meyer MeyerlClerks neer neerClerl1
Clerks Clerl1 Are Shocked Shoctello
Not o even Vf the th official 01 dignity cly of Hon Hon
George arge von L Meyer 1eye Postmaster Pmaster Gen Gfn Gfnend
end < can C prevail rll against qM a Washingtoc Wa8hlngtJ
messenger m r boy by byD
Dr D GrenfleW Gm chief cief clerk clk to Frank Frak K I II
Hitchcock Hltclk was WA busily bue at work k yesterday yesterduwhen yeatfr yesterdaywhen < > Yhen
when hen a messenger ler boy b slowly 1owly dragged draggedhimself drggpd drggpdbmC draggedhitneelt
himself bmC into 111 tee t room r pulled ple a telegram tflegrar
tone to from his b cap cap and a said in I a condescending ceendilS ceendilSto
Say S does c George Ge Meyer Xeer work hereT1 here 1 1He
founded He does d said i Dr D Grenfield Grftfld as a asfounded
Where Whf does dC he hang haR outT out demanded dtmand < d dthe
the Mercury Merry Dr Grenfield GI 1 directed d ted himto him himto himto
to the Postmaster P0tler Generals G rar private se seretary 8E anrotary <
rotary Itay The messenger swaggered swage grand grandly
ly 11 Into Ilto the room r of 0 the Cabinet Cabnet officer officerand ofel ofelAn officerand
and An encountered encuntr an alert alt brighteyed brighteyedbusylooking brigteed brigteedbuyloing brighteyedbuoylooking
busylooking buyloing man in grayDoes gray grayDoes gry gryD
Does D George Meyer work wr here1 here1queried hEre hErequr herequeried
queried qur the messenger r somewhat meht impa Imra
tiently UUy of one oe or two clerks clek The alert alertlin aler
looking lin nan n smiled Ile pleasantly pleasantlyYes peuUy peuUyYe pleasantlyTea
Yes Ye George Gele Meyer eer works WOrlS here said saidhe saidhe
he Ill Ill take the telegram tle for him himAnd hm hmAnd
And then th n the alertlooking alelk1 alert looking man mn tookthe took tookthe to1
the greasy grI slip slp the messenger thrust thrult for forward fnrwrd forward ¬
ward wrd and ad wrote on it I George Gerpe von Yn IA L LMeyer
Meyer ling 1 eyer The boy by swaggered off oi whist whistUng
Secretary Srcretnr Taft Tnf Director In Rnill RUH RUHJntnr
nicntnry Jntnr mcnlnr School I Organization OrganizationAlbany OrJnuhnUon OrJnuhnUonAlby OrgnulznttonAlbany
Albany Alby N Y May lay SlThe sT fund for f r rrUllmetary
rudimentary rUllmetary schools shl for Southern Suthern negroes nlgrOg nlgrOg1th
with 1th principal prnclPI offices ol In New w York City CI Citytoday
today tot was wal formed fored for the encouragement encouragementof enuragemet enuragemetoC
of the te rudimentary rulmenta education eutin of colored coloredpeople clor celuredpeople d dIII
people in the rural districts dtrl in the South Southern Southern Southern ¬
ern States Stae through throu h the establishment eblihment esablfehment o oschools of ofschools t th
schools h and an providing povidlll for their mainte maintenance maintene marnteHance ¬
nance nanceThe ne neThe HanceThe
The directors dirtos are ae William Wiim H Taft TaftWashington Taf
Washington George Gelfe Foster F0ter Peabody Peb An Antrew
drew trew Carnegie Carngie Robert Ro rt C Ogden Ogen Walter Waltfr WaltfrH
H Page Pbe George Gerge McAneny cAnen of New NI
York Hellis lell Burke Frissell Frissl Robert Robrt R R RMoron
Motor Ioton of Hampton Va Booker Boker T TWashington TWashington TWashington
Washington of Tuskegee Tukegee Ala James C CNapier Capltr CNapier
Napier apltr of Nashville Xashvle Abraham Grant ot oj ojKansas otKan
Kansas Kan City James H I DHIard Diar or Nrw NrwOrs NewOrland
Orleans Ors Takott Talott Williams WUlam o of PhlladeN PhIQdel PhIQdelpbla
phla Robert Rort L Smith Smtb of Paris TexDavid Tex TexDa1
David Da1 C Barrow Brrow of Athens Athen Ga Ga Bel Blon BlonGllretb Belto ton n
Gllreth of Birmingham Bringham Ala and Sam Samuel Sm Smuel Samnet ¬
uel C Mitchell ItcheJ of Richmond Rkhmd Vas Va VaBxel VasExcellent
Excellent Bxel nt Rock Fishing Fishingat Fiblolat
at Chesapeake Chespe Beach Bch BchA BeachAla
A Ala In Carte Lunch Served Selcd Dally Dnl
At Ecksteins Eckstens from 11 to 3 1412 11 N Y ave aveLlbbey av avLibbey aveLibbey
Libbey rb 8 Co 6th St St and and N y Av Ave

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