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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, June 02, 1907, Second Part, Image 11

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J Woman v O1nall Describes Scenes in inPalace illPalacc inPalace
Palace at Madrid MatlriclEXCITEMENT MadridEXCITEMENT MadridEXCITEDNT
Moment that Gave an Heir to Throne ThroneWatched TltroneRtchell TkroneWatched
Watched Rtchell with lth Intense Anxiety AnxietyGroat Anxlct Anxlctr4ftt AnxIotyGreat
Great r4ftt Churchmen Arrive ArrhcCrowlbGaUter ArrhcCrowlb lrriveCrowdsGather Crowds CrowdsGather
Gather ia Itiblie Square to Learn LearnGlad LCRrnJad Lcarnlad
Glad lad TidiHsrs lIdiHI5CHlltal Capital Un M 1 Fete FeteTI llcteT cle cleTi
< TI T h following Mlowm account ac ant of l the birth of l the heir to totv 10t tothe
t tv c S 1tu lauieh < auiib Ih throne is from awamaarho WOBU who was fa tae ikeI
1 1 i on the crcattal IIIUul day It k i IddftMed ddn d to tofi a afFjnabl ataci
taci fi fFjnabl i labls member of a < London LoIIdoD exdwira matt Mt Mtis leti Ms
is i i x111 ill be reed with interest interestMadrid iDterestIadrid behestIadrld
Madrid May ray > BMy > 111 Dear AUerd After Aftervrat
R vrat d at t has seemed like months of nervous nervoustnMon nervopt1 nervoustn
tnMon t1 > in and a tendency to Jump out of ofPHPS o olIiPS ofones
ones chair at the rumble of o ever passing passingtarts paaslncirt paffitngcarts
tarts irt it is all over overIteally OyerHeallr overIteally
Iteally the affair was such a hustle and andbustle a abustle sadbustle
bustle at the last that I have to pinch pinchmyself pinchmrsel pinchmyself
myself to believe that It is all true I Iasd Iand Iand
and some of the ladies had dined together togetherts ther therli
li ts s usual It was too warm to go to the thetheater thetIater theti
ti theater eater so we ordered coffee in my rooms roomsand roo roonnd roomsand
and sat sa at t by the open windows overlooking overlookingthe
the tl gardens The Queen with the King Kingand Kingand Kingand
and her mother had quite a long stroll strollthere Btrollthere strollthere
there in the early evening We W finished finishedour finl8bedOur flulehedour
our coffee and then leaned out and looked lookedonce lookedmea lookedonce j
once more at those tbo e bare flagstaff poking pokingup ppklhgup I Dc Dc1Jp
up into the blue bl night sky 1 I had those thoseliare thOllelare thoselare
lare poles on my brain for the thousandth thousandthtime thoUMbdtbtfml thousandthtime
time We wondered if it would be nagsor lapr nags flagsor
or r colored c lored lights Ijptathen then toddled t off 0 < < to bed bedThat bedTIm bedThat
That TIm t night there was no one waiting In Inthe Inthe tothe
the big square uare For weeks there had hadLeon hadbe badbeen
Leon be > n small groups hanging about hoping hopingto
to tr 1J J > e the first to get news ne new but that partirular par particular partkur ¬
ticular night the sentries had It all to toiselves tothmelves tothemselves
themselves iselves
I Was try a voice shouting sbouUDIt
< > n t up Be quick I simply fell out of ofbl of1w ofb
1w b bl 1 and rushing to the door without my myarising myrfsng myclrsing
arising rfsng gown screamed U Is the palace palacep JJ1acefin
n p fire fir wait for me met I Iopentd opened the theMarie thed
d < 1 r Marie larIe de B stood there She was wasH wasat
at H 1 tcly t I ly crying crylD < < with excitement Fire FireYOU FireY
YOU Y fU u goose no The Queen I rushed rushedfor rushedfr rushedf
for f r my dressing dre slnc gown pwnJIIarle Marie had her herhair herhdr her111ir
hair in curlers and looked a sight IIghtand IIghtandlu sightandlashed and andi
i lu lashed isliod d into the corridor and the arms of ofif ofIf
< rte if If of the halberdiers with a long spear spearwho spearwho spearw1
who w1 o was running faster than I have ever ever1In
1In < t n a Spaniard move before beforeIalaee bef beflalRee beforeIalaee
Ialaee Like Itcehivc ItcehivcWf Ueelthcbegged lteek1vew
w Wf begged each others pardons and I Iiifcpd IKrl Iked
iifcpd ked him if there was any news In Inypiin Inpajn Inp
ypiin pajn p i1n one gets ts most awfully awfuUyfrank frank about aboutt aboutthings
t things and I have found myself myselfmping
pimping mping with utter strangers st in a way wayt wayF
t t would ould make one Mush for a week in
j ngl g 1 snd nd From the minuteness mtnute of his de deIIP det dewas
F t l IIP h p was I lam am cure married maniedI
II I tills time tlmeaJi all
In n a moment It seem ae seem m
r a 1 the t h > palace swarmed and hummed like liken
n hive h e > Behind closed doors I heard theIftri thetic the theciftri
ciftri tic trio < switches typed on while haltl half halfiifsscd
l iifsscd r fSSf ssed > d maids hurried from room to tornrm tor
room r fm The captain ea aln of the halberdiers halberdiersswung baJberdlenSWU hsiberdiersswung
swung SWU by a body of men In all the glory gloryof lory loryor
of their oldworld costume at his heels heelsWe heelsWe heelsWe
We are bidden to summon everybody It Itcannot Itcannot Itcannot
cannot be very ver long h 1 ink vouchsafed vouchsafedI
I observed that we had better go and anddrew anddrtI anddress
drtI drew and lucky it was that we did didfor so sofor sofor
for a little later the bishops IJIstJo were assem assembling neeJDbUng sssembling ¬
bling in the private chapel and we all allrushed alJrushed allrushed
rushed away awayThe awayThe
The chapel looked lovely white flowers flowerseverywhere ftoweneerywhere flowerseverywhere
everywhere and such decorations But Butwe Butwe Butwe
we all gave our dlgir dl r away sadly The Theold Theold Theold
old Puquesa of C CJbad ihad d forgotten half
her lf > r hair and all her rouge The bishops bishopsalso bishoPIIal bishopsalso
also al o were not as tidy as they might mJ ht have havebeen baebeen havebeen
been and I never saw s w such a collection collectionof coll cUon cUonof
of unshorn chins in my life lifnd and the theSpaniards the8ranlards theSranlards
Spaniards do get t so dreadfully blue Some Someof SomeIf Someof
of If th the > dear ladies lad prayed very hard but butnil butuJI butul1
nil the same there was a constant rustle rustlef
f unrest and excitement exc tement and also more morethan morethan moreI
I than a suspicion that a certain amount amountof amountf amountof
of f honkingandeyelng hnoklngand Jelng was going on all alltii allfi allti
fi tii while hile
Bravery Jlraer Mr f the Queen QueenIt
It was a brilliant morning when we left lefttho IrftPI kitte
tho PI chapel and then I ran against Lady Ladywho Lad Ladwho Ladywho
who told me that the Queens mother motherthe mothert
the t c d < inwager iwager wager queen and the doctors and andmtils andIr
mtils Ir ils had all been called up about f and andlvl andla
la 1 lvl l not left the Queens apartments since sinceivio slnef I
ivio f P said that Princess Henry was terribly terriblyfxctd terriblyors
fxctd ors Ilhl t1 hut was acting act1n awfully braven brave hravoiin hra hral I
iin n l I that the Queen herself was behaving behavingrdi behavingrdhlly
j > rdiJIr rdi > Hy But then she Is BO plucky pluckyit pluk plukit
it is j linty Inl nly when one sees her among all allf
f 11f 1e < < courtiers c Iurtio + urtIers with their fussing and andtfiir amIthh andth
th tfiir it fuming about trifles trift l that one real reals lIalzs
zs 7 s how splendidly English her majesty majestyK
K J I was 111 dying for some chocolate by bythis brt bythis
this t < tm timp < > but little Rita de 1 L said ald it was wasinu wa waainn
inn 1111111 h funnier to go around to the other othorr oth otherrde r
r rde < l fir f the palace and watch tch the people peoplef peoplecoursf
i f course I had never been anywhertsten anywhere anywherewhrn anYWhNjfn
whrn jfn a future king kill was being born bornhsl bornhslI so soI soI
I gave up the chocolate and went fnt with withher withher lth lthjer
her jer
Great Churchmen Arrive ArrivePresently ArrhcPrefilfnUy ArrivePresently
Presently all the crowd in the square squarebent squarebent squarebent
bent and waved to and fro ro The great greatchurchmen greatchurthmen greatchurchmen
churchmen were arriving a They TIle had comemore come comemore comemore
more carefully dressed than had most of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he bishops who wore a very err upall upallnight upallnight upailnight
night and worn appearance But even eventhere t1eIIthcle
there great worthies betrayed some someanxiety someanxiety ae aen
anxiety n nxi e ty and at the Archbishop A t WiIllJ of TdeoV IOJ do
threw thre an anxious glance at Diamond DiamondTower DiamondT01er DiamondTower
Tower as he left his coach Up in the thetower thetower thetower
tower were the men with the two flags flagsOne fl flagsOne < < 8 8One
One was the royal standard you know knowthat kno1 kno1that knowthat
that was for a boy the other was white whiteOf wblteOf whiteOf
Of course we all tried to talk t lk and even evento evento evento
to laugh but we had a queer q r tight sort sortof 80rtof sortof
of feeling all over while Marie did noth nothing nothIDe nothlag ¬
lag but sniff and roll her wet handker handkerchief handkerchleC handkerchief ¬
chief into a damp balL She was getting gettingon gettingon gettingon
on my m nerves when a whisper went roundThe round roundThe roundThe
The Klngand we all fell back from the thewindows thewindows thewindows
windows and made way wa for him to come comeand comeand comeand
and look at the sight in the square Oh Ohmy Ohmy Ohmy
my dear I was sorry for that boy He Hewas Hewas liewas
was livid under his dark skin lI n and I could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see his throat working hard against the thecollar thelOllaz thecollar
collar of his uniform lie gripped the thehandle thehandle thehandle
handle of his sword so tightly ti < < btly that his hisfingers hisftnpn hisfingers
fingers looked like iron I never knew knewfo be before before ¬
fore fo how ho fearfully frightened a man can canbe canbe canbe
be at such a brad bradIle time1He tbD
He looked out at the people who were weretoo weretoo Weretoo
too busy b aT with their peerlngs puahings puahingsand puahlnpand pushingsand
and prayers to lee him and then he went wentaway wentaway wentaway
away again and we were all marshaled marshaledinto manhaledInto marshaledInto
into the saloons near the royal apart apartments apartments apartmeats ¬
ments according to our rank We W all alllooked alllooked alllooked
looked like the characters at the end of a apantomime apantomlm apantomime
pantomime and oh how tired how hot hothow hotbo hothow
how bo anxious we weOt got The palace was wasfearfully wasfearfully WUtearfullY
fearfully quiet Everybody seemed hold holding holdIng holdlag ¬
ing their breath In whispers we e began beganto bepnto beganto
to suppose things Suppose it should be a agirl agirl agirl
girl suppose the baby should not live lveto
to n
c yucca yuccaJiadrltl
aiadrid Wild 1111 with Joy JoySuddenly JOTSudcIenJT JoySuddenly
Suddenly the door of the saloon loon where whereI whe wheI
I was opened I nearly screamed the thetension theteulon thetension
tension was so great I dkht d dldq t hear the thewords thewords
but as the door closed a great peatahout greatshout
shout Went rent up I waved my handker handkerchief handkerchief handkerchief ¬
chief I know and Marie leaned against againstthe qaJnatthe againstthe
the wall and cried more than ever I told toldher tol4ber toldher
her it was all right rf rightthat httht that it was a boy boythat bo1that boythat
that everything was over I dont believeshe believe belieftshe
she heard a word and indeed a second secondlater ascendlater econ4laler
later I could not hear myself speak for forthe forthe forthe
the whole boIe of Madrid turned itrclt into one onehuge onehu onehugs
huge hu e roar They Tbytold told me afterward afterwardthose afterwardtb afterwardthese
those tb IIe who had been bef > n out in the streets streetsthat streetthat streetsthat
that in a flash Madrid literally biased biasedwith blaRdwltb biasedwith
with the red and yellow ellow and that the thewhite thewblte thewhite
white flags fta were tossed away with scorn scornThen IICOIIIThen scornThen
Then the guns started in and the uproar uproarwas U uproarwas fOU fOUwas
was defening defeningThrough defentngTbroUSh defeningThrough
Through it one only got ot stray uaT notes of ofthe ofthe ofegad
the Marcha Reale r and J at what eeelQl eee eeethe egad J
the bei hsi < < bt of the din the doors were nUM
wide and It appeared Then I dont dontmind dontmind dontmind
mind telling teU you that all our drilling in inetiquette Inetiquette inetiquette
etiquette gave way human nature as asserted asserted aaeerted ¬
serted Itself and I for one literally literallyhowled Jlterallybowled literallyhowled
howled I dont know mow which of o the two twomade twomadeo twomncle
made me do it itfather father or son The baby babysuch babyeucb babysuck
such a dear and very fair fairwas was very veryquiet veryqtdet veryuiet
quiet q uiet and good It looked delicious In its itslace Italace itslace
lace nest n t but when hen the king tried to tospeak t9 t9speak tQspeak
speak to us and introduce his son he hebroke hebroke hebroke
broke down and with tears running runnln runnlndown < <
down his face just stood and sobbed and andsmiled andsmOed andmiled
smiled s while all the men shouted and andwaved andaftd andwaved
waved aftd at him and we women gasped un unintelligible unIntelll unntelligible ¬
j Intelll intelligible blestupldities stupidities in any language languagethat Janguqethat languagethat
that came first
Over at I Last JalitAt LastAt ast astAt
At last it was over ov r and somehow we all allgot aUKGt allgot
got back to our rooms which were there titer Just Justas justas justas
as we e had left them for the servants had hadbeen hadn hadbeen
i been n waiting and wondering like the rest teatof restof restor
of us without a thought thoa < < ht of bedmaking bedmakln < < or ordusting ordusting orusting
t dusting d usting When I dropped into my chair chairI
I felt as if i I had been banged all over overwith overwith overwith
i with a thick stick but some hot water waterand waterand waterand
i and a little luncheon luncheonor or breakfast if you youlike youikepulled OU OUUkepulled
like Ukepulled l pulled me together and I was quite quiteready quiteready quiteready
ready to no an hour later to hear the Te TeDeum TeDeum TeDeum
Deum In the cathedral Such a crowd crowdsuch erowdsuch crowdeach
such gratitude such delight I never saw sawI eawI sawI
I wonder If ever a b btlby by was born amid amidsuch amidsuch amideach
such excitement such noise and such suchJoy suchjoT suchjoy
j Joy M J P PHome PHomc Plfonlc
Home Comforts in Flat IltitBerlin IJlltrlin FlatBerlin
Berlin rlin June 1 1The The following is the thedescription theellcrlptJon thedeacsiptton
description of a flat advertised by a Ber Berlin BerUn BerInn ¬
Inn landlord 1an4lo d UNloe Nine large rooms bath bathand bathand harkand
and necessary nece aary offices hot and cold water watergas watergas watergas
gas and electric light electric lifts liftsvacuum liftlvacuum lift liftvacuum
vacuum cJfanln cleaning furcoat depository depositorysafe depositorysafe depositoryafe
safe s afe deposit vaults and in every flat feinstalled is isinstalled IIinltaUed
installed a carpetcleaning machine a alarge aJam alarge
large clock regulated by electricity from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Berlin Observatory and a mangling manglingmachine manglingm manglingmachine
machine m h1ne
mM t T 0 Ia h ltt9
Evanit Evan Evansltl t 1
it ltl chine chineofh l n x C f fEvans c
ofh ofhliUk r I
liUk lr 4 prince pr rxe rxeSCENES Cnorsef Crn nwm rodrnundtl droufxf jface > f11tYc la e waittfg lvaill for foCnent oet oetSCENES new newSCENES
I Turkish Officials Renew Grinding of ofPoor gfPoor ofPoor
Poor Armenian Peasants
Governor of Van an Draining Irorince lrorlncenut Irorincemid Jro1lncIHI
mid nut IHI AdoptliiK AtrocloHS 3Ican Jlc JlI to toSecure tlJSeoure toSecure
Secure 1ayjHont of Taxu TaxuGeneva J lax XC1 XC1Geneva UN UNGenera
Geneva June i 1Dro8ebak Droschak the organ organthe of ofthe otthe
the Armenian Federation in Qeaeva as asserts alelta assetis ¬
serts that there has bees 1 > > eeD a recrudescence recrudescenceof l rDCe rDCeof
of Turkish cruelty in the neighborhood neighborhoodof nelabbolb 04 04oaa
of oaa oaadispatch Tan TanA VanA
A dispatch has been received via TUUs TUUsfrom TUUsfrom TUIbruin
from the Armenians in Van Turkish Ar Armenia Armenia Armenla ¬
menia stating that the governor ASBey AH AHBey ADIs
Bey is draining cln niDC the province and adopt adopting adoptIn adoptlug ¬
lug In < < the most atrocious means mea to securethe secure securethe Meunthe
the payment of taxes He Is forcibly de demanding demandinc tiemantling ¬
mantling taxes that are twentytwo yearsIn years yearsin yearsIn
in arrears The people who are already alreadypovertystricken allNdyponTst11eken alreadypovertystricken
povertystricken and famished are ia a astate astate astate
state of despairThe despair despairThe dupalrThe
The Turkish colIecto collectors unable to get getmoney Ketmoney getmoney
money are taking tatl possession of every everything eyer eyerthtng everything ¬
thing they can lay hands upon especially especiallyfurniture apeeIalIyfurniture especiallyfurniture
furniture and implements of labor They Theyeven Theyeven The Theeven y
even destroy houses cut down trees andsell and andsell andleU
sell the furniture fumit < et t auction auctionSome audloaSOme auctionSome
Some of the measures rnea uJ adopted by the thetaxgatherers thetaxgatherers thetaxgatherers
taxgatherers are index indescribable rlbable They Theyviolate Theyviolate Theyviolate
violate women tear the mustaches frommen from frommen frommen
men and force fo them to drink five orliters or orlItfn MC MCliters x
liters of 0 water An Inhabitant of the vil village vllJase vUlags ¬
lags of o Aratenx has died from illtreatmeuL illtreat illtreatment mtreatnaent ¬
ment and a child has been k killed led there therein thereIn the theIn
in its mothers arms At Hayatzasol 2men 2369 2369men z zmen
men women and children have passednights passed pu ed six sixnights sixhl
nights hl < < bts in the tht streets streetsKING streetKTIfG streetsKING
Siamese Icnr Accident 1 to Itiilor In InHi InJll1 inIlls
Hi Ills Motor Car CarRome CurRome CarRome
Rome June 1 tThe The King of Shun is issojourning Isiojoumln iseojourning
sojourning at Turin which city he has haschosen IwIcbOllen haschosen
chosen for a visit because becau of his hi enthusi enthusiastic enthoaistlc enthusiastic ¬
astic astic stlc devotion to automobilism automobilismWhen automoblUamWhen automobllsmWhen
When visiting vts htng a number of motor fac factories factories factories ¬
tories in company with the Duke ot otGenoa 01Genoa ofGenoa
Genoa his majesty maje Y remarked that hewished he hewished heIshfd
wished Ishfd to make that form of locomotion locomotionpopular locomotionpopular locomotionpopular
popular among the Siamese but encoun encountered fDCOuntered encountered ¬
tered tremendous setbacks In fact shortly short shortly sbortly ¬
ly before the King left for Europe bin hisministers binministers hi hiministers
ministers presented a petition enumerat enumerating enumeratI ¬
ing I the inconveniences and dangers of ofmotoring ofmotorln ofmotoring
motoring motorln and an < < 1 imploring him to relieve relievehis relievehis relievehis
his peoples anxiety by renouncing auto automobiles autoJnoblles automobiles ¬
mobiles or at least moderating consider considerably considerably considerably ¬
ably their speed The petition naively re reminded reminded reminded ¬
minded his majesty that there therels is always alwaysat aJwaysat alwaysat
at your disposal the royal sedan chair chairand chairand chairand
and in urgent cases ca es carriages with withnones withhoraes Ith IthOOJJIU
horaesThe OOJJIU OOJJIUThe nones nonesThe
The Asiatic monarch has brought bro ht over overan onran overan
an expert young Siamese chauffeur whose whoseskill whoeeskill whoseskill
skill in averting av rtlD8 catastrophes by a hall hallbreadth hairs
breadth keeps k 1NI Italian pedestrians aghast aghastwith aghastltb aghastwith
with ltb amazement am semenl
Inspired Article Declares Germany GermanyWants GelDUlJlYVantJ GermanyMahal
Wants Amity with England EnglandXo
Xo 0 question luo tlon I KxI Lclts xlt tC that alight JII kt lie lieCanie JleC lieCause
Cause C IllC of Conflict Cttu lut Jlettvcan Jleh IlettireouItvu IlettireouItvuCunatrlus eaJl flivo flivoCuuHirloff l1OCOIIHtrluf
CuuHirloff Declare Dcul rc Writer WriterBerlin rlter rlterBerJIa
Berlin June 1A L A leading article ia Die DiePost DIewl DiePest
Post which wl eb is evidently inspired draws drawsattention drawtientloa drawsattention
attention to recent articles arttc s in a section sectionof IIfJIctIoaof sectionof
of the London London press calculated to sow sowdissension sowdissension w wd
dissension d lleDllion between Germany and England EftIIudbT Englandby Englandby
by statements to the effect that In Ger Germany GelID8IIJ Germany ¬
many war between the two countries coua Is Isregarded litIIUded mregarded
regarded as Voevitabie VoevitabieThe IaeYitabIeTbe aevitahieThe
The Post which is by no means 11IM friendly friendlyto frlencUJto
to England emphatically states teas that In InGermany InGflmaRJ inGermany
Germany no responsible I OIUIIble politician holds holdsthis boldstbia holdsthis
this view On D the contrary in Germany Germanyas
as in England responsible men know no nohigher nohightr nohigher
higher object than the maintenance of ofpeace orpeace ofpeace
peace and regard existing e armaments armamentaIns as asserving asserving
serving Ins this purpose purposeBetween JUtpOKBet1r4tea purposeBetween
Between the two countries it Ittbe says saysthere nays naysthere
there tbe does not exist any question to cause ca calOnftlct
a conflict There are no points of frictionwhich friction frictionwhich frictIOnwhtcll
which could eoulcllad lead necessarily to war r Not blotonly Notonly NotonlT
only is this thi the opinion of statesmen but butof butoC butof
of the vast majority of the people Ie of bothnations both bothnations bothnations
nations It Is s only a dwindling minority minorityon
on both aides which thinks otherwise a aminority
minority which has no influence on inter international Internau internawaal ¬
national nau nal politics It is a direct perversion perversionof
of the tfnth not to recognise 1fCO 1se this and to togive toPYe togive
give as s the public opinion of Germany the theviews thedews thevkws
views which fill the beads of fools or orcriminals orcriminals o ocriminals r
criminals The Post stigmatizes this thutmethod tbblm thismethod
method m of controversy as perfidious as a awarfare awarfare 0 0warfare
warfare against which the sharpest mea measures meaures mesaurea ¬
ures are necessary
Cruisers Kind Xo o Trace lr cc of RnRlinh Ihnglislrterounuts RnRlinhAeronaut RnJlillhcroIl
AeronautLondon Aeronaut terounutsLondon croIl ut utLondon
London June 1 IThe The fate of the two twolieutenants twolleutenang twolieutenants
lieutenants of engineers en < < Ineen who wto ascendedfrom ascended ascendedfrom ucend d dfrom
from Aldershot in a millUy m lt balloon on onMay onMaT on3itaay
May 28 s durinjr du durh the review in honor of ofPrince ofPrInce ofPrince
Prince Fushima of Japan remains a mys mystery m11ltery mystery ¬
tery teryThe teryThe teryThe
The war office has not received recetved any anynews anynews anynews
news since the Inquiries made during durin < < the thenight theoiPt thenight
night showed that the aeronauts had not notarrived notarrived notarrived
arrived at the Scffly Islands lau War ships shipsare shipsare Ipa Ipaare
are cruising crul8tD < < in the Channel 4n the hope hopeof bopeof hopeof
of obtaining obtalnl some clew c to the ofleersfate officers officersfate o Icen Icenfate
fate fateIt fateIt fateIt
It was said this afternoon at the army armf arm armballoon
balloon headquarters at Aldershot Aldershotwhence Aldenhotwbenc Aldershotwhence
whence the young officers off leers started that allthe all allthe anth
the th known circumstances point to a tragedy trag tragedy tragedy ¬
edy It was was felt that had the officers officersbeen oftlcenbeen officersbeen
been picked up by a ship they would not nothave nothave nothave
have left the balloons log in the car carwhile carwhile carwhile
while if the officers had landed before the theballoon theballoon theballoon
balloon was blown out to sea they musthave must musthave musthave
have been heard from before now
The stone tont is rlieved > t to have curative urati properties < Children
afflicted wit with the Kings evil are passed naked through
the hole three times and are then tht > n drawn three times along alon the grass against the sun ut The same rites are practiced
for spine diseases Sir Norman Lockyer I ha has no doubt that the origin of the stone 8ton is astronomical l It was arranged
along alon the May year ear alignment the advent of May fay and August February and November betas indicated
by the
shadows cast c t through the aperture upon the stones tonn on ono side by those on the other
Mussulman Deputy Declares that thatCountry thatCountry thatCountry
Country Is Not Autocratic AutocraticJCxeltemcat Aut4craticRxeJtelMcKt Autocratic1CSeltOIHCHt
JCxeltemcat Occurs During Durin DebateOIL Debate Debateon JcJtatuon
on lIc1HcaHonUprORr IMmmMoii U r Hr and Ad Adjournment cd cdjuurnaient cI cIJourHmcllt ¬
journment for Tea sonnies itiHHtosPetersburg XIHHto1tIt sonniesPetersburg
It Petersburg Peterabur June 1DarIr l4 > uriag a debate debateoa debateon I
oa education la the Donna today toda todaII a aMussulman aMussuloan
Mussulman II deputy X Khaamnoff ob observed ohserved ¬
served yed that Russia was no longer Ionceraut anautocratic an anautocratic
autocratic aut state The conservatives In mfurious Infurioue Infurious
furious indignation leaped to their feet feethammered feethammered feethammered
hammered oa their desks iul and created createdan createdan createdan
an indescribable mdeItC uproar The president presidentringing pre pmtringing leDt
ringing his bell beUfranUeaUy frantically secured a amoments amoments I IDIOIDent
moments lull and proposed the suspen suspension suspendon UIPen1 UIPen1sIon ¬
sion for fifteen sittings US of three con conservatives CODaervattveat conservatives ¬
servatives MM Puriskevitch head of thereactionary the thereactionary tbereactionary
reactionary Union of True Russian Men MenKekpovaki MenKelepovakl len lenKelepo8I
Kekpovaki and SaaonovitchRenewed Sasonovitch SasonovitchRenewed SuoDOvltcbRenewed
Renewed uproar and an adjournment adjournmentfor adjournmentfor
for ten minutes followed The president presidentthen prealtkntthen presidentthen
then commanded the three members to toleave toleae toleave
leave tin th house and formally suspended suspendedthem suspendedthem pended pendedthem
them They refused to go and ushers ushersapproached WlhfrBapproached ushersapproached
approached to eject them Amid a chaos chaosof chaosot chaosof
of shouts bouts and cries two of them thenleft then thenleft thenleft
left but M 1 Puriskevitch remained stand standing atandIns standing ¬
ing with folded fold arms daring the ushersto ushers ushersto UIIbereto
to come on A free fight was w immi imminent Imminent Imminent ¬
nent when wb n the president only half anhour an anhour anbour
hour of the session remaining re > malnlng tactfully tactfullyadjourned tactfullTadjourned tactfullyadjourned
adjourned the sitting sittingCHARIOT sittingCHARIOT
CHARIOT WHEELS FOUND FOUNDItemarknlile FOUNDItcmarlmhle FOUND1temarlable
Itemarknlile Discovery IJliIIClncr Made 31 l1c at lien lluniiiMHhy lIunIII lienmashy
iiiMHhy III Rh r fear onr Ktley Ilfh in Yorkshire YorkshireLondon YnrlshlrcLondon YorkshireLondon
London June June 1 1A A remarkable find has hubeen hasbeen
been made at HunllkUtby near FUey In
Yorkshire as the result of ofa a landslip landslipwhich IanUpwhich Iandsllpwhich
which occurred on Friday FridayBy FrIdayBy FridayBy
By the fall of gravel an ancient bridle bridlebit bridlEbit bridlebit
bit and other bronze fragments were werebrought werebrought werebrought
brought to the surface and closer exami examination examlnatiou ezamination ¬
nation revealed further relics including includingtwo Includbl Includbltwo Includingtwo < <
two iron hoops of chariot wheels 1JeeIe and andother andother a
other portions of a chariot chariotExperts eharlotExperts chariotExperts
Experts are of the opinion that they t thave
have alighted al1 < < hted upon the site of an ancient ancientBritish ancientBrltisb ancientBritish
British chariot burial of the second or orfirst Ot Otlint
first century B C CAudience CVOXilli CVOLiN
Audience in Berlin Hisses Her 11errltco Theo Theolaprlciil rbeoIftMJcnl
laprlciil Discourse DiHCourseBerlin DlflcourllCBerlin DiscourseBerlin
Berlin June 1 t1he The English womanpreacher woman womanpreacher WOmanpreaeher
preacher the Rev Gertrude von Betxold Betzoidof Betxoldof JIOld JIOldof
of Leicester Lelce ter bads bad a a lively IIv 1 reception Jee tlon here herelast he helaat herelast
last night after delivering del1vert a theological theologicaldiscourse theologicaldlscoune theologicaldiscourse
discourse in one of o the largest halls of thecapital the thecapital thecapital
capital capitalPart capitalPart capitalPart
Part of the audience became wildly Ud11 excited ex excited excited ¬
cited and when the preacher sat down downan downan downan
an antifeminist fanatic mounted the roe rostura 1011t roet
tura t um and denounced her as the enemy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Christian church He shouted shoutedShame ehoutedShame shoutedShame
Shame that a woman is allowed to topreach topreacb topreach
preach the Gospel from the pulpit The Thedevil Tbedevil Thedevil
devil take Christianity of this kind kindA kindA kindA
A woman in the audience was all seized seisedwith seizedwith ReI ReIwith
with hysteria and shrieked that the thepreacher thepreacher thepreacher
preacher was antiChrist There was a ageneral agenenl ageneral
general uproar and hooting during which whichsome whlcbfome whichsome
some of the interrupters were were ejected ejectedThe ejectedThe jected jectedThe
The meeting broke up amid disorder disorderToo disorderToo disorderroe
Too Many rtn Iiflli IiflliLiverpool l P1shLiverpool iJth iJthLiverpool
Liverpool June L 1Tbe The owners of ofLowestof ofLowestoft ofLowestoft
Lowestoft t boats taking takl part In the mack mackerel mackerel mackcrel ¬
erel fishery off the Cornwall coast havereceived have havereceived baverNehed
received news of heavy losses from theenormous the theenormous tbeenormous
enormous catches catcbesof of neb Keta worth worthhundreds worthhundrPds worthhundreds
hundreds of pounds have been Bunk sunk to tothe tothe tothe
the bottom by the great weight ft bt of fishand fish flshand fiasha
and a nd lost
Gin from Mikado MikadoLiverpool llikaduLiverpool tlllucluLht
Liverpool Lht > June LSlmpeon L L8I
rpool Simpson 8I1IDo Cress aLiverpool a aLiverpool aLlyefll
Liverpool naturalist Has received flVed from fromPrince fromlrlnce fromPrince
Prince Fushtmi a magnificent Plftcent silver silvermounted sllvermnuntw silvermounted
mounted cloisonne vase as a gift from fromthe fro frothe fronthe
the Emperor of Japan in n recognition of or1i ofhi
hi iiis 1i present prf t to the llHcatfo of a Britishbulldog British Britishbulldog Hrltisiibulldot
bulldog a year ago agoTired 880IJrccl agoV agoTired
> V
Tired of Rcrntaii Army ArmyFaris AnnyParis rlll rlllParis
Paris June lTbtte L Three deserters from the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German army who arrived in Rheimsrecently Rheims Rheimsrecently RhelmlrE
recently rE < Ently complained of ill treatment andasked and andasked andRlkM
asked to serve ia the French Foreign ForeigllLegiJn ForeignLeiun
LeiunLargest L LegiJn LegiJnLnrcllt giun giunLnrsest
Largest Jloriilajr Circulation CirculationAll
All advertising contracts c ntraclS made de by
The Washington Herald are a1 based basedupon huedupon basedupon
upon its sworn etrcutetlona circula circulation eireulatlon circulation ¬
tion in Washington larger by thou thousands thouands tbatswds ¬
sands than was over r before attained attainedby attaiMdb attainedby
by b any morning 101n newspaper at the Cap Calfital ¬
ital Its books are open
> I
Englishman ERgli man and Two Dutchmen Arrested Ar Arrested Arrested ¬
rested for Alleged Offense OffenseTaken OfeBtier Ogensetaken
Taken r kcn Into I to Custody Ctutocl Upon Uponl CuriItH CuriItHLuttcr Curiouebutter
l butter ottcr Kuceivcd from UK7It UKjr UKjrferliisr Ofk or orcrlnJ
k ferliisr crlnJ ItcfltitiitloH ItcfltitiitloHParis UCJlltltutionPark ItcstthitionParis
Paris June Llbe Lh L The Preach police peIieeure have havemade ha hamade
made three ure arrests a on a charge etnags of opts espionage eapIoaqe ¬
nags Two of the men named massedand BarUer BarUerand 1JutIerand
and Burtelly are Dutch and the thewhose third thirdwhose UdrdWboM
whose name It Bhtachard is said toan to be bean beaft
an Kngitshmaa The latter was wasin arrested arrestedin
in Paris tonight They IbeT are an now nowprison in inprison Inpr1aon
prison Two other arrests are said to toimminent be beImminent belmmlJlent
imminentSome Imminent ImminentSome
Some time ago a it was found that plans plansof pIaJuIof plansof
of many of the important French lIre cb fortified fortifiednaval fortlftednaval fortifiednaval
naval bases had been stolen and sold to toforeign tofo t tforeign o
foreign fo powers About two months ago agothe aAQthe agethe
the minister D lli8ter of marine received a curl curiouslyworded curlouslyworded curtouslyworded ¬
ouslyworded d dEgyptian communication with an anEgyptian altEftptlan a n
Egyptian postmark offering the ratite ratitetion restitution rntItutton ¬
tion of stolen plans of Biserte A sum sumla of oftt091 oftrancs
tt091 la 1166 francs was demanded otherwise the thewriter theWriter t twriter
writer said the plans pl would be disposed disposedto of ofto ofto
to a foreign power Negotiations N Negotiationsopened tto were wereopened wereopened
opened between b twMIt the writer writer aDd the gov government 80emment 80 r rfor ¬
ernment for the return of the documents documentsSeveral docmne1lt8eYfral documentsSeveral
Several detectives were sent to Egypt Egyptwith JKyptwith Egyptwith
with the hope of getting into touch with withthe wit witthe Itb Itbthe h
the principals It was in Egypt E pt that the thefirst theflnt th thfirst e
first two named Battler and Burtelly Burtellywere BurteDywere Burtellywere
were arrested and brought to Paris lart A Athe As Asthe Asthe s
the result of further information the third thirdman tbirdman thi thiman ra
man who had been living in Parts for forsome forsome f fsome or
some time was arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe arrestedThe
The plans of Biserte were In the first firstinstance ftrstInstanCf firsinstance
instance stolen from the ministry of ma marine marine marive ¬
rine The arrests have made a great aensatioa sen sensation sensatJOD ¬
sation in Paris ParisAFTER ParisAFTER PartsAFTER
Wild 1111 Locomotive Used in Attempt Attemptto IttcrHpto t
to Cause CltU < C Wreck WreckSt Wreck5t reek reekSl
St Petersburg tnburg June L LAn An attempt to towreck toWftk t treck
wreck w reck a train on which the Grand GrandConatantineovtch Duke DukeConstantineovitch DubCOlUltantineovitch p
Constantineovitch was a passenger passengersending r by bysending bysend
sending send I a wild locomotive to meet the thepassenger thePl8HlIKtr t tpa h e
passenger pa senger s train is reported today from fromOrel fromOrel
Orel Shortly before the train was wadue d dla due dueIn 0e
In Orel some unknown person started t tlocomotive the thelocomotive theJoeolltotlve t > e
locomotive at full speed 8 eed down the tt a tracks tracksHowever traeuHow8nr tracksHowever
However the train was late andwild and the thewiW thewlhf
wild engine was w sidetracked lld trackecl before beforeollision a acollision acoIliRon
collision c occurred
Valuable Val 1 ualJlc Quartz Martz Discovered Discoveredin
in l Argyllshire ArgyllshirearJclMicK ArgyllshircFOUXD Arg3llsllireFOUND
Wereiags W arJclMicK rdMtfI AhnHdBHed lJltIHtl8H tI JTewrly aearl early Unit UnitCcHtury JllIlfCCHtur AultCcHtury
CcHtury CCHtur AKH JCII Ileliwvert to CftMialu CftMialuItiittM CtRIIlLntttW CeatalrtGntart
ItiittM ealtklteceHt Wealth HeceHt ICXKmina ICXKminaUnas Ilxa X < < mine IIIM IIIMthHIi
1115 Unas K Ilttvcitl 1roHVHue Irea eaee wf r lreeioiiy3Ietal Ireelons IreelonsMetMl JreelomJletal
MetMl IH JKUMe Uncertain UM ertuiH Hw t1MHUfiH ttWentiflea19dirburgb t1MHUfiHdIabu HUfle HUfleEdinburgh
Edinburgh dIabu June 1 IThe The reauurkablo reauurkablodiscovery reaaarkabledilleOYerJ remarkablediscovery
discovery has been made that some oM oMcopper o11copper I Icopper
copper and ad lead workings WOl la Argyll Argyllshire Ar Argyllshire II IIaJaIre
shire contain gold goldIt pldIt goldIt
It is oa the Stronacbullin ostat sstatLoch ostatLoch tatro tatroLoch
Loch Fyne of Vhich trh > ch the proprietor is isR i5R i iR
R R Graham Campbell of Shirvaa thit thitthe thlttbe the t tthe
the findhas been made The estate hrM hrMan h han ha s san
an area of about 4f 4NS acres consisting consistingof eonslsti Ii Iiof r rut
of grouse moor arable and ad wooded woodedland wood WOOd1tant > l lland
land and Is I situated a few miles fromArdrlahalg from fromArdrishalg frtmArdrisbaJe
ArdrlahalgThe Ardrishalg ArdrishalgThe ArdrisbaJeTbe
The presence retleDee of Minerals at this par particular pa r rtlculal rtlcular ¬
ticular spot baa long Iou < < been known an1 an1the an anthe l lthe
the presence of old copper and lead leadworkings JIIIworklDCI leadworkings
workings shows Ibo that at one time II an anattempt 11 11attaapt nattempt
attempt was made to put this tit knowl knowlI knowledge 1 1edge
I edge to profitable use though tboa < < h little was wasdone wasdone a adone
done beyond proving the existence f fvarious fvarious fvarious
various lodes lodesIt lotlftlIt lodeeIt
It Is forty or fifty rearm however howeversince Jaowe Jaowesince howeversince
since operations were carried on ar arat i iat
at that period nod th the presence of gold goldwas collWId goi 1 1was
was unknown unknownMore unluaownlore
More lore recently the workings were ex examined exBalne
amined Balne and u it was seen that thy thryoffered thyoffered theyoffered
offered more than metal of the baser basersort b basersort er ersort
sort a sample Ie of the quarts was takrnand takrnand takrn takensad
and carefully ea fuUy analysed It was tin UIIroved tinproved i iproved
proved roved that SOld eaJat existed on this pat patof J1atof patof
of the estate as as well as copper and anllead a andlead 1il 1illead
lead leadThe
The quarts so far dealt with has h a be nfound n nfound 1 1found
found almost on the surface and tL tLxnalysis tLn tLnnalylll tt
nalylll has shown that it
xnalysis contains 1 1very lVEry tvery
very high hl h value In gold old but there is isstill istlll i istill
still tlll uncertainty UftCt > rtalnty as to bow far it gor gordown gn S Sdown
down as a no sinking have yet be b nmade n nmade nmade
made At present the whole project projectIn i iin
in the preliminary stage but it is un understood 1JTdentOOd nnderetood ¬
derstood arrangements arl3n lItents are being mart martfor ma mafor made madefor
for ftndln finding out with tolerable tol rablt > certain certafntthe ert1 nt ntthe tv tvthe
the extent to which gold old really exists existsA exist existA existA
A trial shipment of twenty tons < f fquarts rquart
quarts was sent lent to Swansea to test th thvalue thvalue thA thAvalue
value of the discovery from a comm eommror eommrorctal r rcial
cat point of view Iew and the ore met with witha
Sultan Soldiers Defeated with withfireai withCroat Uh UhGreatLoS
Croat GreatLoS Loss Los + l of f twits in t JN JKwrneeo JKwrneeoTangier JlMroeeoTangier + rneeu rneeuTangier
Tangier Morocco June L lWorc1 Word has hasbeen h hbeen hisbeen
been received here of the defeat with withgreat wit itl itlKfeat ii iigreat
great loss of life > of the Sultans forces a aMarchica at atMarcblca atMarchiea
Marchica by the pretenders pttender soldier soldierMutey soIdkXuley soldierMuley
Mutey Bou Bekir the Sultans Sultan uncle an anl anltwo 1 1two
two kilts are reported killed killedThree killedTblte killedThree
Three hundred women are also said t tl tlhave bihave < i ihave
have been n captured The pretender wa waable WIable
able to to surprise < < the loyal troops thus thussecuring th thaecurIIIc
securing theadvantage the advantage in the fight at the theoutset th thoutllet
Denmark Will Ill JCWj J IIIf1IMJltIf IIIf1IMJltIfCopenbqea IfflaHtfcr IfflaHtfcrCopenhagen
Copenhagen June L LTbe The Danish DuJ Ia gov governmeat go goernmeJlt >
ernmeat has decided dec not to reopen r th thquestion t the thequestion J I Iquestion
question of the sale of the Danish West WestIndies Wetindies
Indies to the United States This de decision decision decision ¬
cision is due to political reasons
This Celtic cross him been placed plA ed on the grave of the famous Irish
patriot In the Abbey of Strald his bl native place hi County CHat May Ma The ruins ruin
of the abbey are seen In the background

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