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Moi e Sailors Desert Steamers Steamersin
in French Ports PortsWAE PortsWAR PortsWAlt
Shipping at Havre Is 1 nt Absolute AbsoluteStandstill AhlolntchuHbtnlTho1lmltl18 Alno1uteSaIIdtiIITIiiinhijI
Standstill huHbtnlTho1lmltl18 Thousands of BmiKranf BmhrnntlEncnmp UntIrzL1fsEncamp M MK
K Encamp ii en nip Amid mlll Heaps nenl of f Ila JlnJJIIJe JlnJJIIJeAunltlng BnggzieAwaiting Riipro RiiproAirnltinK
Awaiting Transportation to Amer America 4mcr 4mcrIcnlrelmrc 3nierlcnPreirnre ¬
ica Icnlrelmrc Prepare for Loii Long Struggle StruggleParis StrnsgJcParis Strug1ee Strug1ePariL
Paris June 1 IThe The maritime IUme strike has hasreached hasr ha hareached
reached r lhed Cherbourg Cbe whence wbe C it was wa ex expected exrfCtE exr ¬
pected rfCtE r eted > d to forward the American mer1ca matte by byforeign byfortign byfnreign
foreign steamers st amtlI This may now 10 be betm betmIOllb b Im Impossible ImPossible ¬
IOllb possible as the firemen of the steamer steamerKaiser steauHnKaiser steamerIZa
IZa Kaiser iser Wilhelm II IL passing Cherbourg Cherbourgwere CberboutAWere Cberbourgwere
were landed The ship secured enough enoughfiremen enoucbfiremen enoughfiremen
firemen promising them an extra allow allowance allowinee allowance ¬
ance of tobacco The captains and crews crewsof crewof crewsof
of the tenders will quit Monday MondayThe Monda MondaThe MondayThe
The minister of marine has telegraphed telegraphedto
to Marseilles authorizing the use of the thenavy thenav thenavy
navy nav men to man steamers Seventy Seventyfour Seventyfour Seventyfour
four have left Toulon for Marseilles Marseillestwentyeight InewtwenteCbt Marsefflestwentyeight
twentyeight twenteCbt of whom will help to take takeout takft takftout tsk tskout
out the steamer Isly I ly for or Biwrta AH the thecompanies thecompanlea thecompanies
companies were asking similar assist assistance alstanct asslitance ¬
ance and they will be supplied The TheGeneral TheG TheneraI
General G neral TransAtlantic Company has no notified DOtified notitled ¬
tified its officers that all of them joining joiningthe joInlqthe joiningthe
the strikers will be considered as forth forthwith forthwth forthwith ¬
with dismissed dismissedThree dlsmialedThre4 dismIedThree
Three packet boats succeeded In leaving leavingMarseilles 1earingIarselllea leavingMarseilles
Marseilles today Three destroyers ar arrived arrhed ax axrived ¬
rived there to carry the maritime mails mailstwo mal maltwo mailstwo
two transports for passenger service and andtwo andtWI andtwo
two steam tugs for ferries Not ot a single singlevessel slll singlevessel < 18 18vessel
vessel left Havre Commandant AUnt AUntwas AUntWa5 AUntwas
was left alone on board of La 1 Provence Provenceher Proft Profth Provenesher
her h r officei oftlcer and crew having bavbl left Her 1 1saloon 1 1saloon 12Ga1oon
saloon and aWl 29 216 2 second cabin cabinf passengers passengersreceived passengersreehed
f received rf > elvfd tiheir thelr passage money back from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the company and have gone to Cher Cherbourg Cherbourg Cherbourg ¬
bourg and Southampton SouthamptonTwo SoutbamptonTwo SouthamptonTwo
Two thousand five hundred emigrants emigrantsarp em nts ntsa
a arp rp encamped amid heaps of 0awaiting baggage baggageawaiting baggageawaiting
awaiting the th companys arrangement arra ent with withthe witht ltb ltbt
the t he other companies to transport them themSeven themSpen themSven
Seven hundred tie f sleeping in the town townhotels townhotl townhotels
hotels 300 in the arrival shed and others othersin othersin othersIn
in hastily Improvised ed tents tentsVar te1Itar tentsWar
War ar Shin to Carry Carr Mall MallIt JlallI lall lallIt
It I t is reported and denied that the thefrnment gov government govrnment ¬
ernment has ordered the cruiser Cha Chateau Chatea Chateau ¬
teau tea u Renault to carry mail to America AmericaThe AmerleaTho AmericaTho
Tho American Line steamer St Louis Louistook LouJatook Louletok
took La Provences passengers and andmils andmtilll andmxile
mils milsPreparations mtilllInparatlou mxileIreparatlona
Preparations made by the government governmentiodiy governmentiday erlllMft1
iodiy 1 iday to care for mall to the United UnitedStates Unitedtat Unitedxtates
States tat s indicate that the authorities con contfmplate contpmplate conImp1ate
tfmplate a a long struggle with the strik striking strikIng ¬
11 ing seamen > amen This is taken as a practical practicaldeclaration pncUca1dfdaraUon practicaldc1aratIon
declaration by the government that it itwill itill itviIi
will ill not yield to the demands of the themen sea seamen seaxnIn
men for an increase of pensions pensionsThe pensionsThe pensionsThe
The strike strlkeof of seamen may be com complicated COIDpllcated cornilicated ¬
plicated by a strike of dock dock hands and andstevedores andstevedores andstevedores
stevedores This danger r is said to tothreaten tothreaten tothreaten
threaten not only the French ports but butEnglish butEnglish butEnglish
English and German ports as well wellThough wellPfhough wellThough
Though the dock hands of every English EnglishGerman Eherman 1ngI1ahirrnan
German erman and American line engaged e in inshipping Infhlpplllg inhIppliig
shipping between New York and Euro European Euroan Europ4an ¬
pean an points are said to contemplate such suchaction flockaton suckatnn
action officers of the big transAtlantic transAtlanticcompanies transAtlaAUcfmpanlea transAtianticcrnpanlea
companies declare they are not worried worriedover worriedOpr worriedtrer
over this prospect as they say they can caneasily cancasHy canEasI1y
easily fill the places of the dock hands handsCause sCall handsCaufof
Call Caufof Cause eof of Strike StrikeEvery StrikcEt1 Strikevery
Every very man ma in France wishing to earn earna earnn earnn
a n living by the sea sea either eltherlallor sailor or fisher flenerinan tl8IIer1nAn fishernen
inan nen is entered upon the governments governmentsbooks governmentsofoks governmentsoks
books oks and becomes a maritime The state statethen statethen statethen
then has a call upon his services when whenth whenth whenth
th < necessity arises As a compensation compensationwhen compensationhpn compensationwhen
when hpn they th > y are fifty years old they receive receivep
p tt pension p nsinn paid by the marine pensioners pensionersfund pEMionenfunrl pensionersfund
fund This fund is kept up by the gov government povrrnmlnt govrrnnicnt ¬
ernment grant and receives 2 per cent t of oftlw orthp ofth
tlw th ma maritimes ri times wages wagesTh wagesTbp wagesTL
Th Tbp > governments have borrowed from fromthn fromth fromth
thn th fund according to the belief of o the thentritimes thenaritimM thenarit1mea
ntritimes 300000000 OOOMO francs and the thestrikers thetrlkrs thetrIkrs
strikers = now demand repayment of these theseiiiriF tbeJIen
iiiriF n nx which they declare with interest interesti InterttltLjW
LjW L i > w amount to 3000000000 francs This Thisidim Thisidffi Thisd
idim d 111 with the demand for increased pen penin peni penin
in i m = causes C < the present strike strikepfoches strikeIPPchf8 strikepches
pfoches IPPchf8 made at meetings 11lgB today give givepriunds givelInrs giverflIflis
priunds rflIflis lInrs for the belief that the strike will willn willnt
n nt > > t he protracted protractedSCHIFFER protractedSCHIFFER protractedSCHIPPER
Fifth Victim ICUHI of Fire Which hlch Ucatroy Ucatroyeil IJeitro IJeitroell JeNlroycii
ell New XC Yorkers Home HomeLong HOlllcLong homeLong
Long Branch N J June 1 1Altera 1AlteraS 1AiteraSchiffer Alters AltersPrhiffer
Prhiffer S < hitrer the New York manufacturer manufacturerwhose manufacturerwhljite manufacturerhe
whose he summer home was burned Thurs Thursday ThunJar Thursday ¬
day < night causing the death of his two twodaughters twofhughttr twoiaughters
daughters and two servants died today todayits
its i m II the t he result of burns he received at the thelire tbe1irp theIir
lire Iir
The other Injured who are in hospitals hospitalsfro hoIIpI hoIIpIlr hospitalsrecovering
fro lr recovering and it is believed that no nodath nol nolth
dath l att will be added addedWEATHER
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Middle j dle MtaMppi Valley now omspMdi 0ftrSJftICkt slant slantthe tao t tthe
the t h whole hl region oath of the Ohio end Met of the theMississippi theI theIiitppi
Mississippi I is iP1 with terml mil craters of low prmare sesnxr It Ithas Itbas Itha
has ha caused paenl caenl runs rams east of the th Mbsistippi IJIIirt ex exrrrt eslTt
rrrt < rt in ifl New England and nd New York In tD other otherports tlthflJ6 othermrt
ports J6 mrt rts of the roontrr fair weather DM has preraUed with withIsighT 1II1tJahiehl sithligher
IsighT temperature in the Mtaonri 11mfh VaUej VaUejThe Vslle VslleThe
The fh neither atber Sunday will be doodjr and rainy in inHi illt1 intp
Hi tp > Lai region the Fpper PIn Ohio Valley alley and the theMirlci theJ1ld theitd
Mirlci J1ld itd Atlantic AtJan c Btttrs and showery in the XhMto XhMtoKiTky IhldIeItky tfIdIe tfIdIek
KiTky k Mountain ouataiD region Monday 10 da1 wiU be bewith vnaetUcd vnaetUcdwith
with 4 If ocraskmal iODa1 rain in New England aM the th north northern aortJaf11 ¬
ern 1 pnrtion of the Middle Atlantic State tates The Thetfirprrataw ThetfIrJlfTbuft Thetcnp11atureS
tfirprrataw will rise slowly elmrl east of the l Miadnippf MiadnippfMh ftjppbnth IIiIIIiIIPI IIiIIIiIIPIbroth
Mh 8und Sunday r aM irf Monday mday exert n Plt in New x xhft England Ketriandwhre EnglandT1re
whre hft lf low > w temperatures will cxitinae t I1 until Monday MondayThe londayThe lmdayThe
The winds along the New x England coast wfl w1IJlJe w1IJlJelonq will be behn behrik
hn lonq possibly Ugh southeasterly on tb the Middle MiddleAtlantic KiddieAtlantic XdlsAtlantic
Atlantic coaat ems brisk b high easterly on the South SouthA SoethAtlntw
A Atlntw t1 lnt lti > tie coast fresh tootbwestsrly IOfttlnr on the Gulf coast coastfresh eoutffSb ensatfresh
fresh w oeterlr Urty on the Lower Lakes brisk northeast northeastf
f tt t St t ai air and oa U Upper lakes fifth I brIIt brIItrrt bri briLlrthessteril
r rtheasteriy rrt
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p Eric Lri and Ontario and the somfcem partlon of ofLake orLake oCake
Lake ake Michigan and along 1mg the AUaotte coast oem Iran IranCap hemsCapt
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low tide 818 a B and S 141 p p pTeH11eratnreH m mTemperatures aTemperatures
Temperatures in Other Cities Citieser ClUeTfmperatare CitiesTemperatures
Temperatures in otIMr mills together er with the theamwmt theaDOiPt theamot
amwmt < 4 rainfall raiDiaD for is the unto boon ended at atyesterday atS atI
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Pimred alarmed at the prospect Even Event6 Eventhe
i t6 olause ol In the statutes providing for forthre forthese
I thre these years Imprisonment as punishment punishmentfor
I for the offense orren of arresting diplomats diplomatsapparently diplomatsapparently
i apparently did not frlhten either of the theGlen theGlen theGlen
Glen Echo authorities authoritiesnnrrrtt authoritiesGnrrtt authoritiesCxmrrclt
nnrrrtt Sure lie IK Itlghf ItlghfOn flighiOn lgh lghOn
On the contrary Mayor Garrett ex expressed C Cpr cxpressed ¬
pr pressed tlHd the belief b lSf that nothing nothln could be bedone bet bedone
t done to him for or his hi part in the affair affairand affairand affairend
and Marshal Collins ventured the opinion opinionthat opinioni opinionthat
i that it was wa a piece of dirty work and andthat andi andthat
i that It did not worry him in th tM least leastBoth leatI leastbib
Both the mayor and his marshal feel feelsecure feelleCure feelsecure
secure in the matter for the reason that thatas thatas thatas
as soon as th the Italian Ambassador had hadannounced mdannounced hadannounced
announced his identity te Collins he heand heand
and his party were allowed to drive on onwithout onwithout onwithout
I without hesitation Neither was Herr Herrron HerrTon herrvon
ron Radowltx detained after he had dig dtscloseti dtI digcloeei
I closeti his name and position to the mar marshal marI marsisal ¬
I shal Only in the Austrian Ambassadors Ambassadorscase Ambaaador1cue
case was 88 an arrest made William F FMahoney 1Mahoney FMahoney
Mahoney the chauffeur being taken be before before hefore ¬
fore the mayor and allowed to return to tothe tothe tothe
the city on his personal recognisance recognisanceThe recognlunThe
The incident of the Italian Ambassador Ambassadorhappened Ambusadorha Ambassadorhappened
happened ha ned about ab ut two weeks ago A O He and andthe anetthe andthe
the Duke of Abnnxi were driving toward towardthe towardtbe towardthe
the city in two automobiles at what hat Col Collins Co CoIIns Colhits ¬
hits and residents of Glen Echo afterward afterwardsaid afterwardaid afterwardsaid
said must m1l t have been a twentyflvemile twentyflvemileanhour twentyftnmlleanhour twentyfivemileanhour
anhour clip Collins rode In f front real of the theleading tbedinS theeadin
leading eadin dinS car and ordered the Chauffeur cbauffe r to tohalt tohalt tohalt
halt Both cars stopped the Ambassador Ambassadoralighted Ambasadorallgbted Ambassadoralighted
alighted and announced himself to the themarshal themarllhal themarshal
marshal adding the suggestion lu etltJon that un unless unlea unless ¬
less the officer was looking for more trou trouble trouble trueWe ¬
ble he had better get out of the way wayand wyand wayand
and allow the cars to proceed proceedAlloivod JfOCeedIIOHII proceedAllowed
Allowed IIOHII to Iroccod nt Once OnceCollins OnceColUGa OnceCollins
Collins said last night ht < that upon the thereceipt theI thereceipt
I receipt of this information and advice ad lee he hetold hetokl hetold
told the Ambassador politely to go 0 ahead aheadadding Ilbeadaddl abseatadding
adding addl to the chauffeur that the Gi Glen GlenEebo GlenZeho n
Echo speed limit was twelve miles an anhour anboor n nhour
hour The cars sped onward and Collins Collinsfollowed Collinsrolloed Collinsfollowed
followed almost to totbe the District line re reporting re reportt reporting ¬
porting portt later to the mayor that the diplo diplomats dlplomata diplomats ¬
mats had continued cityward at as great greatspeed greatspeed reat reatspeed
speed as when he halted them themMayor tMmMayor themMayor
Mayor Garrett Gar tt considers the latest latestphase latestpbue latestphase
phase of the Olen Echo automobile cam campaign eampatp camialgn ¬
paign the last straw strawI
I am disgusted lIsted and sore at the way
these automobillsts mostly rick and in influential Inftuentlal influentlal ¬
fluential public or private cUisens ctU ns treat treatus treatWI treatus
us and the laws la of this city said the themayor themayor themayor
mayor last night ni < hL I cant see what they theyare theyare theyare
are going KOI goln to dd d with Uh us in this matter matteras matt matte mustieras
as we e have never arrested a diplomat diplomatand diplomatand diplomatand
and whenever one on has been stopped for forfast forrut forfast
fast driving Collins has always allowed allowedhim allowedhim allowedhim
him to proceed without question upon uponlearning uponlearning uponlearning
learning whom he was But the general generalattitude generalattitude na1 na1attitude
attitude oC the automobillsts has become becomemore becomemore becomemore
more than I can stand standWe standWe tandWe
We hav have tried to treat them fairly We Weraised Weraleed Weraised
raised the speed limit to twelve miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour from six and now no they run a atwenty atwenty at attwenty
twenty miles an hour Instead of fifteen fifteenas flfl fifteenas n nas
as they the used to I shall call a special specialmeeting specialmeetlnK specialmeeting
meeting of the town council coJDCU in a few fewdays fewdan fewdays
days and exert my influence to have the thespeed tbepeed thespeed
speed limit reduced again to six miles milesLimit mlleaIIIIII milesIiiiil
Limit Iiiiil Fine In Future FutureThen FuhrlTbell FutureThen
Then if any automobilist exceeds the thelimit thelimit thelimit
limit by a fraction of a mile mile Collins will willbring willbring willbring
bring him to me and I will impose the thetop thetop thetop
top fine 60 6 I have tried too long > to get gettheir gettheir t ttheir
their cooperation co and fair treatment from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them In the future I am going to hand handit handIt handit
it to them as they have handed It to me meThe JIKThe maeThe
The mayor and Collins will go to haIti Baltimore BaltlJDOre haItimore ¬
more Wednesday in accordance with withUnited withlnltM withUnited
United States Attorney Roses Roee request for foran foran foram
an am Interview They will 111 go prepared to tostate tostate tostate
state their side of the case and are con confident oa oaMeat conIWent ¬
Meat that as far as international compli complications cornplicaUona complicaLlous ¬
caLlous are concerned they are safe from fromharm fromhArm fromharm
harm harmThe harmThe
The mayor has prepared a letter to Sec Secretary Secretary Seesetary ¬
retary Root requesting reque tJD8 him to aM the theGlen UI UIGlen theGlen
Glen Echo authorities in enforcing the thespeed thelpeed thespeed
speed laws of that community by sug suggesting suggesting ¬
gesting Ung to the various automoMlists automoMlistsamong automobilistaamong
among the diplomats that an observance observanceof
of the Glen Echo speed 8 limit would not notbe notbe notbe
be looked upon askance This letter the themayor themayor themayor
mayor said last night ni < ht will be mailed the theSecretary theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary in spite of the new ne phase to tothe tothe tothe
the situation produced by the Secretarys Secretarysaction Secretarysaction Secretarysaction
action in the Baron des Planches case caseSPENDS cueI cueSPENDS caseSPENDS
Mrs Gould Accuied of Extrava Extravagance Extravagance Extravagance ¬
gance by Mr Gould GouldKnmllj Gouldlfnmlh GouldPauxily
Knmllj Said nitl to lie Wholly hol1 in Sym Sympathy SIllpnth Syinpathy ¬
pathy pnth ivltli the tIi Huslinnil of ofthe Ifthe ofthe
the Former l ormer Actress ActressNew ActrelN ActressNew
New N York June L lAnother Another of the para paragraph para81Ip parsgram ¬
graph 81Ip II in the answer that Howard GeuM GeuMwill G Geotidwill ukl uklwill
will 1ftI mask mifce to th the complaint by Kathrine KathrineCtemmons XalftrlneCIetIuDoM XsththieClemmons
Ctemmons Gould in her suit for limited limiteddivorce limited41YOree himitiddfvone
divorce has been made public ubJ1e Mrs MrsGoulds XrGoulds MrsGoulds
Goulds extravagance will be pleaded as asJustification asjuauaeuoa asjustIfication
Justification for Goulds separation ratlorl from fromhis fromble fromhis
his wife K and his limitation of her in hicome income Income
come comeMr comelr comeMr
Mr Gould declares that his wifes wle wiespaa wiespaaaloft pas passion pu8Ion ¬
aloft for dresses 1e8 and jewels was wasso so in insatuble Inattable insatiable
satiable that even the income of a Gould Gouldcould Gouldcould Gouldcould
could not satisfy it it She ran through throughlleo0j0
lleo0j0 100000 yearly pin money without begin beginI beginning
i I ning to supply her wanis wanisBesides wanLaBesides wana wanaBesides
Besides this generous enero allowance How Howard Howani Howarl ¬
ard Gould found hhMelf constantly del deluged d delaged l luged ¬
uged with bills for jewelry of which whichMrs whichMn whichMrs
Mrs Gould is inordinately fond and some someof IIOmeof someof
of the items alone reached six figure figureMr fiCUrelllr figuresMr
Mr Goulds answer will cite many in instances instances instances ¬
stances of Mrs lIB Goulds ungovernable ungovernableterfiper UftIOTernatlietJfiper ungoverna ungovernatemper
temper which embarrassed him before beforehis beforehis beforehis
his friends and guests Mrs fra Gould never neverhesitated neverh neverhltated
hesitated h tated to rebuke her husband and to tohumiliate tohumiliate tohUmiliate
humiliate him him no matter who was pres present present prseant ¬
ent to witness the spectacle spectac Such facts factswill factllWill facts1Il
will Will 1Il be pleaded in answer to Mrs M Goulds Gouldscharge Gouldscharse Gouldicharge
charge that the employment Of detectives detectiveshumiliated MtecUveahumiliated detectiveshumiliated
humiliated her herIn herin lcr lcrIn
In reply to her husbands charges cbarSesof cbarSesofrecklee of ofreckless ofreckless
reckless extravagance in money matter mattersand matterand matterand
and overindulgence at the table Mrs MrsGouid MrIIGould MrmGould
Gould is to plead that her husbands husbandstreatment bU8band bU8bandtrMtment husbandstreatment
treatment of her was so terrible that her herspirit herspirit herspirit
spirit could not stand it and that she was wasforced WIISforced wasforced
forced to seek forgetfulness of her trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles bleslfingdon
Kingdon Gould sailed sal > d on the American Americanliner Americanliner merlcan merlcanliner
liner St Paul today toda to join his parents parentsMr parentsMr parentsMr
Mr and Mrs lrs George G > orge Gould Concerning ConcerningHoward ConcerningHoward Concerninghoward
Howard Goulds mnrital troubles he said saidWe saidWe saidVe
We Ve all feel Id sorry for Incle Vncl > Howard HowardA HowardSherry
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pure wine Well deliver of course courseMelon courseioKalon courseToKalon
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Trial at Boise Idaho Post Postponed PostlJOllCCl Post1011Ct1 ¬
poned Until Tomorrow TomorrowPRISONER rrOJnollOWPRISONER TornoriowPRISONER
Hniuor that Accused Had hint Collapsed CollapsedUnder CollnlUIellUnller Collapsedhider
Under Strain of Proceedings IroccclIn in inCase InCnfle InCase
Case Denied liy h Doctors nUll Jail Jailers Jnller JailericCon ¬
ers er ericCon Connscl mmccl Announces Jnnnnee that De Defendant Dctcntlnnt lefendamit ¬
fendant Will 111 He la Court on Time TimeBoise Tixixeholse rlmeDoIae
Boise June lWilllam D Haywood Haywoodwho 1Ia7OOIIwho llaywoodwho
who is now on trial here ber charged char d with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the murder of exGov Steunenberg SteullentH auf suffered surfered auffeted ¬
fered rather an alarming attack of illness illnessin UIDfttlIn illnessin
in the county count jail today lie is In no nodanger nodanger nodanger
danger however and is recovering so sorapidly 10l1Ip1dly sorepidly
rapidly that his counsel coun el and the physi physicians phyaicMns phyalchins ¬
chins attending him say that he will sure surely surely ¬
ly be able to be in the courtroom by byMonday byMOndYJDOrnlng byMonday
Monday MOndYJDOrnlng MOndYJDOrnlnglIawoOO morning morningHaywood morninghlaywood
Haywood was attacked atta ked by b severe avers pains painsin painSIn palniIn
in U the head Deputy Sheriff Deemer who whowas whowa whowas
was wa on duty at one once sent t for Counly CounlyPhysician CounlyPhalclanlAwla CountyPhysician
Physician PhalclanlAwla Lewis Dr Lewis called la Dr DrCohesion DrColleston DrColleston
Colleston and the two prescribed for the theprisoner tbeprl8Oller theprisoner
prisoner Dr Lewis said later that Hay Haywood Ha Hawood haywood
wood was suffering from intestinal tox toxaemia toxaemia toxsemis ¬
semis aemia but that his condition was not at atall ataU atall
all serious The pain was as so serious that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the doctors doc ton gave p e the prisoner some mor morphine morphine moephine ¬
phine to quiet It it He spent 8 most of the theday tbetJay the4ay
day in bed bed though tho he was out in ta 1M jail jailyard jailyard jailyard
yard for a lew ew minutes mlnut about noon noonWhen noonWhen noonWhen
When court opened this morning Mr MrRichardson MrRlcbardaon MrRichardson
Richardson for the defense made a for foral fornal forinst
nal al statement of the defendants dele dant HI HIHe tlie hums humslie
lie added that It was wu not serious and andthat ADdthat andthat
that undoubtedly Haywood would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been perfectly able to appear in court courthad coarlbad courthad
had It not been for the morphine morphineCourt morpblneCOUit morphhmCourt
Court Orders Adjournment AdjournmentA
A recess was ordered order until 139 1 oclock oclockas
as 1t was hoped that the case could go on onthen ontben onthen
then At that time however Richardson Richardsonstated R1cbardloDfiattd Richardsonstated
stated that Haywood had been up and anddressed andd anddressed
dressed d but that he had suffered nausea nauseaand JIU8Iaand nauseaand
and dlsslness and had to go o back to bed bedHe bedHe bedHe
He was quite sure however that his hisclient hIaclient hisclient
client would be perfectly recovered by byMonday byond81 byMonday
Monday ond81 He even thought he would be beall beaU bealt
all right by tomorrow if the judge cared caredto caredto caredto
to hold court on Sunday Lawyer Haw Hawley Hawwy Hawicy
icy for the prosecution objected stating statingthere statlDIthere statingthere
there was a ball game on for then n and andthat andthat andthat
that or some other consideration appealed appealedto
to the court At all events adjournment adjournmentwas
was taken until Monday morning morningHaywoods mornl mornlHaJWoods morningIlaywoods
Haywoods Illness disappointed every everybody eyerybody everybody ¬
body connected with the case as it had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been confidently hoped to complete the thejury thejury thejury
jury today and start In bright and early earlyMonday earlyMonday earlyMonday
Monday morning with the evidence evidenceThe evidenceThe eDce eDceThe
The quality of Haywoods food is not notblamed notblafttM notblamed
blamed for his Illness He 11 has been eat eating eatID eatlug ¬
lug the same sort of food that Moyer and andPettibone andPettibone andPettibone
Pettibone have eaten aten and neither of them themis themIs themIs
is out of sorts sortsHnyvroiiil sortsI1nnnuJfl aortahlnyvomt
Hnyvroiiil Xccils e ccI do Work WorkHaywood Workhlaywood urk urkuUapood
Haywood had been taking < a good deal dealof dealor dealof
of exercise e previous to the beginning beCiDftl of ofthis ofth1 ofthl
this thl trlal said aid one of the lawyers for forthe torthe forthe
the defense He used calisthenics in his hiscell b bcell hiscell
cell and walked about the jail yard and andpitched andpitched nd ndpitched
pitched quolta there every day but since sincethe ain sincethe e ethe
the case began he has given all this up upHe uplie uplie
lie has spent most mo t of the day in the thecourtroom tbecourtroom thecourtroom
courtroom and a good GOd deal of the rest restof retor restof
of his time he has spent sitting and andtalking aDdtalkla andtalking
talking < with Mrs Haywood his crippled crippledwife crippled1fe crippledwife
wife wifeAll 1fe 1feAU
All this tI time he has eaten just JaMftrtJly as asheartily isheartily
heartily as ever and a It was too much for forhis fOrhis forhis
his system He is such a big robust robusthorse robusthone robusthorse
horse of a man that he needs exercise to tokeep top tokeep
keep p him In shape It will be attended to tohereafter toMrtalter tohereafter
hereafter hereafterThere MrtalterTbere hereafterThere
There were rumors rumor that Haywood had hadcollapsed badcoilaPMd hadcollapsed
collapsed under > r the strain of his trial and andthat andthat andthat
that he was rapidly going < to pieces pI This Thishowever Thishowever Thishowever
however was contradicted by the law lawyers tawren lawgels ¬
gels the sheriff and his deputies dt putiM and by bythe bytbe bythe
the physicians who attended him himIRELAND himIRELAND himIRELAND
Disorders Exist Openly in Nine Dif Different Different Different ¬
ferent ferentloor Counties CountiesPoor Collntiesloor
loor HHiitt lmuit Live on Unproductive UnproductiveGrounds UUlrOllllcthcGroullIlI UnproductIveGroumimla
Grounds or Reclaimed Does lJoJIThc lJoJIThcCllttlc lionsTimeCattle The TheCattle
Cattle Iloam in filch Pastures PasturesLondon lulturetLonftoa PasturesLondon
London June 1 IPrime Prime Minister Henry HenryCampbeiiBannertnan IIe1U7CampbellBannerman hoaryCaumpheliBannennan
CampbeiiBannertnan informed Intotmedl UK House Houseof Housef Houseof
of Common the other day that the thesituation thetuatlon thetsatIon
situation tuatlon in Ireland on the whole was wasvery wasvery U Uyer
very satisfactory The expression used usedby Deedby usedby
I Ilfnrepreu
by the premier has ha a peculiar meaning meaningUnrepresaed meaningUnropreesed
Unrepresaed disorder exists openly and amiundeniably allftundeniably andundeniably
undeniably in nine counties of Ireland Irelandnamely I Irelandnamely lanc1 lanc1namely
namely Btigo Leltrim Roseommon RoseommonMayo ROIeOIDmonIayo RoscommonMayo
Mayo G Galway lway ChWe Kerry Kings XI and andthe anetthe andthe
the western part of Cork and the aglta agltatton B ttatlon salt saltdon
don is spreading DI also a to toLnford Queens and andLongford antiLongford
Longford Lnford LnfordJutl LongfordJustice
Justice Jutl Curran Cr of the ti Irish high h court courtIn court courtIn
In opening opJn the th quarter qurteT sessions esio I in I Kings KingsCounty KinpCounty KingsCounty
County affirmed ar from trm the bench bb although althoughKings atUh atUhKinp althoughKings
Kings County Ct is I officially olly ollyi represented as aspeaceable 1 1I
i I peaceable pceable It is my emphatic etJ declaration declarationthat declarationthat
that Lt the th county e t1 was never nr in a worse worsestate worsestate
state lte of disorder e and a disruption cl than t at atpresent atpnL atpresent
present presentYour pnL pnLYou presentYour
Your You correspondent cnt on o the t ground 5u writes writesas
as a 5 follows fol today todayPreparations tCy tCyPrprtons todayPreparations
Preparations Prprtons are ar being bel made mde through throughout tbrugh tbrughout throughout ¬
out the south and west of Ireland Irlnd to tomake tomake tomake
make the new phase ph of agrarian ara agitation agitationuniversal agitationuniversal tatlon tatlonuniversal
universal universal Heart Hert has h been bn put t into Ito the themovement t thcmovement
movement meJnt by the failure of the th crown ern to tosend tolM tosend
send lM any of the th numerous nummu prisoners prisonerscharged prilnlrs prilnlrscharK prisonerscharged
charged charK with driving drivD cattle cat from tr ranches ranchesto
to trial t The T grasiers graen realise rla their occu occupation ou oupton occupatlon ¬
pation pton is being np made m impossible Imbe and andmany Rndmay anmimany
many may have within wthin the past pst few weeks weekssurrendered weekssurrendered
surrendered urrdre the grass a lands Jn in obedience obedienceto ole oleto
to the demands demnds of the people peopleThe pple ppleThe peopleThe
The officials omlls of Dublin Dbln Castle Caste regard regardthe regardthe rd rdthe
the situation stuatin as the most mOt serious srius in I the thepast thepast
past fifteen fften years en and the United rnled Irish IrishLeague ImhLae IrishLeague
League Lae is confident that tht the movement movementwill movementwill
will wi result resul in the abolition ablUon of the th present presentgrazing plnt plntgraing presentgraxing
grazing graing system within the present year yearXot yearSNot e
Xot many mny weeks wes ago ao the league lag was wasregarded w wasregarded
regarded rtgrde as moribund moribund but since Inc the peas present pe peasrat ¬
rat nt agitation agiaton started starte new members mbn have haveflocked havefkM haveflocked
flocked fkM in and an a spirit sprt of fierce fer de determination tietermination ¬
termination terminaton has again aain become bm manifest manifestQueen mnl mnlQueen inanifetQueen
Queen and Crescent Head Icml Quits QuitsNew Qlllt QllltXe QuitsNew
New Xe Orleans June 1 IPresident President C C CHarvey CHare CHarvey
Harvey Hare of the Southern Sutbern lines lnes of the theQueen tbeQueen theQueen
Queen and Crescent Crent system sYlte resigned resignedfrom resignedfrom
from the presidency of the road rd and andVice andVice andVice
Vice President Prptldent and General Gnerl Manager ManagerDan langer langerDan ManagerDan
Dan B P Curran was elected elete today as ashis a ahis ashis
his successor successorLarge successorLarge uccetor uccetorLnrJe
Large LnrJe Barn nrn Btirncd BtirncdSpecial Durn tl tlSpl ilSs1
Special Spl to The T WuMaeton W llcnld llcnldFrederick ll hiemaldFrederick
Frederick Freerick Md ld June 1 1A A large largebarn lrge lrgeban largebarn
barn ban near Taneytown Taney town this lhl county countyon cunt
on the farm of Mrs lJ Mary lla Metier Meter of ofWashington orWahington ofWashington
Washington Wahington D C c was wa destroyed destroe by byfire byfrp byfire
fire frp The lose 101 will wi reach rech 3506 50 par partially pr prUaly partially
insured laruredAgeil
Ualy insure insurefetl x xAsetl
Asetl fetl Man Found Fot11 Dead DeadBuffalo DenlBufalo BendBuffalo
Buffalo Bufalo N Y June Jun L LGerso 1George George DiUman DiUmanan
an aged gl geo1 man mn who wo lived lv alone Aon was foUnd fotiaddead foUnddead
dead with wih a bullet blt in his hi head bd m In invillage the thevillage
village lage of Eden En today t y It I is believed be fct fctwas howas
was murdered murere His money mOey was w gene zne
Will s1ll 11 Hold JolII IH ilig Reunion nt Military MilitaryA lllnr lllnrAenttlu lIlftnrytefl
A Aenttlu AenttluWarrenton tefl en I emmig emmigWarrenton < my myWarrcnton
Warrenton Va June 1 1n 1lh The reunion reuni of ofthe orthe ofthe
the cadets cdets of the Bethel etbf1 Military Ulllry Academy Academywill Acemy Academywill
will 1 commence cmm e Monday oO y and nd from the thepresent Ut6Plt thepresent
present Plt outlook outlk will wU be handed hante down to tothe tothe tothe
the posterity ptriy of Fawiuier ratqul r County Couty as a a red redletter re redletter
letter leter occasion o n Col William Wilam B Kemper KemperIn Kep
In command commnd of the corps crp of cadets cade says saysthat saysthat 78 78tht
that tht more mre Interest has been shown In this thisreunion Uri Urireunion thisreunion
reunion than on any an similar smilr occasion olon dur during durIng durInc ¬
ing the history bito of the school schoolWarrentoiK IhoL IhoLWarren schoolWarrenton
WarrentoiK Warren ton is 1 already alred filled file with wih the thealumni thealumni thealumni
alumni and the th success stf of the th project projt is isassured IsUUr1 isassured
assured UUr1 R S Howell class cIa of 98 was wasinstrumental wasinstrumental
instrumental lustrmtntl in bringing brnrlng about abt ti this re reunion reunion reUnion ¬
union Mr dr r Howell Howel te 1 also a chairman cirmn of ofthe orthe ofthe
the alumni committee The T other oter old oldboys oldb oldbays
boys b rs who are ar taking tnS active actve part prt in fur furthering furthrin furthoring ¬
thering thrin the interests Intelta of the th reunion runin are areWilliam areWiim areVilhIam
William Wiim D Matthews lattbews jr chairman chirn of ofthe o ofthe
the entertainment enterinmnt committee cmtee F D Cou Couden Couden Couden
den C AV 1 Coker Coke Eton Ein huntington UuntingtonGeorge IuntDon IuntDonGerge huntingtonGeorge
E IL Brian Webb WebbMaddo Webb4addo
George Gerge Hugglns lusglnl J rn Web
> Maddo ddo Col Cl William Wiim E Kemper Kempr and an S SSidney SSny SSidney
Sidney Sny Bivese Stevens StevensThe Stev StevensThe
The programme prOramm beginning lnnlD June S Sand SandclCI and andclosing andclosing
closing clCI June B is as follows foll8 Monday Olayaf aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon ernon Informal Inforl meeting metn of the alumni alumniMonday alumniony alumniMonday
Monday ony evening alumni ball bl to be I held heldhi Md Mdh heldin
hi h the old pavilion Ivli in the t grove Se surround surrounding IrroulMl IrroulMlIng surrounding ¬
ing the campus camp Tuesday Tur afternoon aftern base baseball I Ibll ¬
ball bll game gme between btwen the present pNt corps corp of ofcadets ofcadets
cadets I and an the alumni Tuesday Tuy night nightbanquet nlgbtbnque nightbanquet
banquet bnque and anI smoker aker to be b held h l at the theWarren thelren theWarren
Hotel in Warrenton WarrentonWednesday WarrentonWednesday
Warren lren Green Gren 1otel Warreton WarretonWenely
Wednesday Wenely final day dR competitive cmpitive drill drilland dril drilland
and athletic Athletc contests contHu by the cadets 1 and andWednesday an andWednesday
Wednesday Wedneay evening tenln the final hop hopSAYS hopSAYS hopSAYS
Canal Official Ofoi l Thinks Tink Dives DivC Arc Ae Not Notas Notas Notas
as Black as Painted PaintedHclievcs FaintedlJelcc Taintedllelieva
Hclievcs lJelcc More Vicious Ielonl Pianos ll JOI Habit 18rlitcar Ibbtcnr HabitVcnr
> Vcnr car lies Hc Kerfiuinus IferJulonl Own lome lomehun homeThami Home HomeTitan
Titan hun on the lie Isthmus IsthmusNew lthJu lthJuXe lsIimmuisNew
New Xe York Yok June JU lCharges lChp made m bjr bjrRer byRev
Rev R William 11 P F J Ferguson F rP that tht the thePanama thePam thePanama
Panama Pam Canal Cnl Zone Z Is a hotbed hob of vie vieand vc vies viesand
and nd crime er are a so 1 absurd aun they sound a le lea like likea Ilk Ilka
a joke je to t a person who knows kos the situa situation aito aitoln altuathan ¬
than ln He le spe lk speeka ks of a terrible teb dive within j
1 150 feet fet of the ti poetotnce p at Colon Co m bet betthere bett betthere
there t are a worse w places pl within wi lH 1 feet fet of ofhis ofh ofhis
his h own of home he in Brooklyn By Of O course coun I Idont Idnt Idont
know where his home is bat Id Idtake Idtake
dont dnt knw wl hl h I bt Id Idte
take te the th chance chanceThis cbw chanceThis
This T statement statementgovernment tatetwu was < made toF today by a a10vel agovernment
government 10vel official 01 hack b from fr the t canal canalon canalon
on leave lve of absence abe He withheld wtbel his hisname hi hisname
name because bue the t rules rl of his h depart department de departmeat ¬
meat at forbid fo him b betas b interviewed itwt He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was so e incensed ee however hnr that tt be b had bd to togive togive 0 0Iv
give Iv vent vnt to his feelings feelingsThe fe feelingsThe
The dives dlv8 he b tells tl of are ar so 8 mild m in incomparison Incp Incomparison
comparison cp to what wht may be found fO In any anyof anyof
of the t bis b big cities cte of this country count that they theyneed theyneed
need n cause cau no n great 11 alarm aar alarm continued cUnu the theofficial theoiJ theomelal
official oiJ Of O course cn there thre are a some I tough toughplaces toughpisces
places pl in Colon Col and a Panama P What Wat could couldyou couldyou
you expect ept when wn the ti scum um of o the tb earth ur Is Isgathered Isgathered
gathered pthe on the t scene anf just as It Is where whereevery whereevery
every eer tremendous trn piece pe of work wor is I done doneThere d doneThere
There are no n gambling pmbf and an disorderly disorderlyhouses drly drlyb disorderlyhouses
houses b in the Canal Cn Zone Zne proper pr Of Ofcourse Ofcourse
course coun the towns toW of Panama Pa and Colon Colonare Colonar Colonare
are ar Inside IJ the sixmile sizll strip sriP but they theyremain thy thyremn theyremain
remain remn under Ur the control ctl of o the Pan Panamanian Pn Pnamnn Panamnanuan ¬
amanian amnn government ennt and a the U United UnitedStates tnltodStates
States Stte is I not nt to blame b Our O treaty tlty does doesnot doesnot
not provide pd that tht we w may my deport dep all dis disorderly ds die dieorderly ¬
orderly orrly women womn You To tee 1 how absurd a it itis I itis
is I meat to put theM t charges e up u to t the t govern government p governmeat ¬
Jt mentThe
Tb The Hotel Ho Orleans 0 which wl he calls e one oneof oneof
o of the t most t Infamous lat resorts an 3 the t conti continent contlMt continest ¬
nest Mt is a ramsackletr ket place p that tht I never neverheard n nh neverheard
heard h anything anyhlq much about abut and a I know knowabout knowbut knowabout
about but as much muh as any one oD what is going goingon goingon
on in Colon Of O course f I reAlize ral thejinu the thejoints thejoint
joints jinu the th preacher pber found foM would wd not be begood begood
good g places plaC for fo Sunday school abl students studentsbut stunt studentsbut
but if he thinks think it would wuld be possible pb to todo todo todo
do such lu a great Jt work wo of engineering encDrn encDrnthe as asthe astime
the Panama P Canal Cn without thout attracting attractingundesirable attractIngundesirable tracUna tracUnaundesirable
undesirable cItizens 1t1R both male and nd fe female f fJrale female ¬
male he simply shows his ignorance It Ithas Ithas ithas
has never been done since the world be began be bepn beann ¬
ann and any sensible practical man manknows muknows manknows
knows that It cannot be done doneThe doneTbe doneThe
The recent le sensational charges by Rev RevMr ReYMr RevMr
Mr Ferguson 1 1JfU8OD that a hotbed of vice vicecrime vJee vJeecrl111f vIcecrime
crime immorality and official graft ex exists exIlIts cxlate ¬
late on the Canal Zene are to be probed probedby probedby probedby
by a woman womanThe womanThe womanThe
The War Department has 11 been advised advisedthat advlMdthat advisedthat
that Miss Gertrude G ltrude Backs secretary of ofthe orthe ofthe
the welfare department of the National NationalCivic NationalCMc KaUonalCivIc
Civic Federation of New York will salt saltfor MJIfor sailfor
for the isthmus June 7 It is her purpose purposeto
10 spend six weeks in an investigation of ofconditions ofcondltlollK ofcondItions
conditions on the Canal Bone and in the thecities theclUee thecitIes
cities of Colon and Panama PanamaNEGROES PanamaNEGROES PanamaNEGROES
Hob and Shoot One 3Iaii lnmi llefore Cap Capture Cnp Cnptnre Cmplure ¬
lure liy II Posse PosseSpecial 10 Inaseto II C CIIpfdaI
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldElkton IElkton limitElkton
Elkton Md June 1 IAt At noon today todaySheriff todaySherif todaySheriff
Sheriff Kirk received word from haiti Baltimore IJa1t1more haitimore ¬
more to look out for a gang p of negroes negroeswhich negroeswhIch 8 8bleh
which bleh was controlling < a northbound northbouadfrelKbt northboundfreight northboundfreight
freight The gang p on the train held up upone upone upone
one man and after robbing him threw threwhim threwblm threwhim
him from the train while It was in mo motion m0 m0tion mction ¬
tion They then went for or another man manwho lllanho manwho
who ho attempted to ret away and was shot shotby sholby shotby
by the gang < and badly wounded woundedThe woundedThe oundedThe
The train was stopped at Elkton and andSheriff aDdSberitr andSheriff
Sheriff Kirk and about 50 citisens nearly nearlyall nearlyall nearlyall
all of them armed were there to arrest arrestthe arrestthe rrest rrestthe
the gang gangWhen gangWhen gangWhen
When ordered by the sheriff to get off offth ofthe offthe
th the train the negroes drew drf revolvers but butthe butthe butthe
the sheriffs posse pointed their weapons weaponsat weaponsat weaponsat
at the desperadoes Two of them at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to get away and John Brad Bradshaw Bradhaw Bradchew
shaw haw of Philadelphia was wa shot in the theleg theIe theleg
leg Ie As son as he fell the gang submitted submittedto
to arrest The negroes gave their names namesas namesD15 namesas
as George Johnson Ralph Bridges BridgesGeorge BridgesGeorge rld ea eaG
George G e Smith and Thomas Harrison The Themen Themen Themen
men who were robbed and shot by the thegang thent thegang
gang nt are at Perryville and Sheriff Kirk Kirkhas KIrkhaa Kirkhas
has gone to that place to bring them to toElkton toEtkton tolllkton
fSrndiiates Will 11I Appreciate AppreciateThe AplreclnteThe AppreciateThe
The beautiful commencement bouquets bouquetsand bouquetlland bouquetsand
and floral pieces executed > by Gude 1314 F FRAW 11RAW FRAW
for ChMraK and InfaMfe InfaMfeScarlet Iftnlllkrllt lnvalhkSariet
Scarlet rllt ferer is unknown III eoootffcs where wherecows sher shermas 10
cows Milk is not med ed u food foodf beans srffc srffcfrom st stheci
from f unsanitary 111111 tables Bay contain eoDalacall1itlg the thePOSM thecamsing
POSM eaostag it itMflk ItUk itMilix
Mflk Uk k also known to hare caused eel epidemic opIlei eelain ¬
ENTERIC diseases diseasesA
A sSswfe treeantioa consist te teSCALDING iflSCALDIICC liiSCALDING
SCALDING Mil miCAnprowd 11 11AIIIIIUMII MilAppmused
Anprowd for Milt jfl Confer ConferAN CoMreMe CoMreMeAlii foaleuAnd
AN And geatttac M511diR it sill NOT OT affect Ha digas digastibtttr dlgettWIatJ dlaatilsitty
tibtttr After KaUtog klla keep cool sad eor eorweeL y ymil yA
mil weeLA milA
A reiBku diet for ebtidnn eh dNa on eoaimri etIIIIIeMdDIIt coadeandmasa eoaimrindfc
ndfc is m toaditeeWe toaditeeWeSOCIETY IMdfiMbIeSOCIETY IsadrisabieSOCIETY
E E BERLINER 5fada11 5fada11We Secttary SecttaryWe SecrttsryWe
We later a sfelageat law praUMttae the theMie theill thettI
Mie ttI or an s in ice cream of aay as CRBAM CRBAMnet CltIltMMi
net issstBurfaed
Oregon Maids Criticise Idols Idolsof Idolsof Idolsof
of the Metropolis MetropolisBROADWAY MctrplJOlisBROAD MCtrplO1iSBROADWAY
Jlcn They The Sny SO Arc Xot ot Instinctively Instinctively1olltc lUPltlncthcllol1tcStrectr instinctively1olltStreets
1olltc lol1tcStrectr Streets Dirty IHrt mind Sky Skyscrapers SlQIICrnlerll Skyacra5era ¬
scrapers Did Xot ot Awo AiseWoiitefl AiseWoiiteflDress nomcn nomcnDrell Women WomenDress
Dress I 1lke < Ikc Actresses ActrclIllclIQIIIRJJ1oln Disappointed DisappointedBecause tcd tcdI1cclullle teilflecitmimme
Because First IoJr t SlUT WusliltiKton WusliltiKtonNew WnslilimgtouNew nllhJugton nllhJugtonNe
New Ne York June lThe IT spirit of the theWest theWeet theWest
West has struck us all right and in fact factthe factthe factthe
the Western estern breeziness Is so very breezy breezyaround breezyaround breezyaround
around the Hotel Martha Washington Washingtonthat Wuhtnstonthat Washingtonthat
that this thhaTen haven for unprotected damsels damselshas dAmeelabas damselshas
has felt the draught considerably considerablyFourteen colMIIderablYFourteen considerablyFourteen
Fourteen Oregon farmers fr 1fJ daughters are aremaking aremakin aremaking
making < their first visit to the effete East EastIts EIitIts EastIts
Its no wonder they have ideas on the theways theway theways
ways way and manners of the Atlantic coast coastOurs eGA8tOun coastOurs
Ours is the longest Ion trip ever given by byan b1an byan
an agricultural paper you know k O said saidMiss idfl saidMIss
Miss fl Doiiie Hefty of Gardiner Douglas DouglasCounty DoUSlaaCounty DouglasCounty
County Its all in the Interest of boom booming boomIn boomlag ¬
lag < our country as an agricultural can center ceater cantot ¬
ter terMiss terMI
Miss MI Hefty is by way of being a news newspaper M Mpaper newspaper ¬
paper woman herself if you please She Sheran Sheran SheTan
ran the Gardiner Gazette for a year 81 and anddid aDddid saddid
did everything evft7th from rom setting type to doing doingpoultry doingpoultry doingpoultry
poultry hints and society news newsThis neLThis newsThis
This farmers sensess daughter da tM who can run a anewspaper annper anewspaper
newspaper just J t as easily as she can run runa runa runa
a dairy is an unusually bright brl t young youngwoman YOUDwoman youngwoman
woman who thinks things about Kern KernYork NnYork hf ow owYork
York that she says ea right t out loud too tooWe tooWe tooWe
We are all tremendously interested In InNew InXew inNew
New York York she said saidXew eaJdXC1 saidNew
New York Streets Dirty DirtyYes DlrhYea DirtyYes
Yes Yea but having seen W Washington t first firstof ftnat ftnator firstof
of course eou it seems rather ugly put in inMiss lDM inMIss
Miss M Xanche lAngley lA e of Forest Grove GroveWashington OlOYeWuhinpOD GroveWashington
Washington WashingtonNew WuhinpODNew WashingtonNew
New York is certainly Cft dJrty ty con continued 001Itin continned ¬
tinned tin Miss I Hefty Why the streets are areterrible areterrible areterrible
terrible terribleAU < FAU I IAll
AU foreign tore men who 110 come te this thiscountry thkCOWItry thiscountry
country are asked what they think of ofour ofour ofour
our women It would be refreshing to tolearn tolearn tobaja
learn what you think of o the New York Yorkmen Yorkmen Yostmen
men men was suggested to the visitor visitorWell TIlttorWeD visitorWell
Well you can tell a Western man manin JMDIn manIn
in New York immediately said Miss MissHefty XJulIeft7 MissHefty
Hefty that is Is by his hi politeness politenessWhy pob politenessWhy n nWhy
Why New York men pride then thenselves tbemIlIeIVN themselves
selves upon their savolr voir faire the in interviewer Inlervtewer Interviewer ¬
terviewer ventured venturedWell nnturedWell venturedWell
Well they may have some of that thatput thatput thatput
put in Miss JII Aida MetcsJfe but they the are arethe arethe seethe
the rudest men I have ever seen You Youget Youpt Youget
get In a street car and what happens happensThe ha haThe happensThe
The men bury their heads in their papers papersand papersand papersand
and let the women stand up You never nevers neverace neversee
s ace e that out in Oregon This morning morningwe
we got in a crowded car and had to sit sitIn aitin sitin
In the back three rows ro reserved for men menEvery menETery menEvery
Every one puffed pu < ed smoke in our faces and anddidnt anddidnt anddidnt
didnt even make a pretense p te of stopping stoppingOut stoppingOut toppl topplOut
Out West a man would throw his cigar cigaraway cllparaway cigaraway
away before b tore he would puff < smoke in a awomans aW01II8n awomans
womans face faceAnd faceAnd faceAnd
And dont you like New York men menNew menNew menNew
New York women think Western men menare JDttnare menare
are crude when it conies to pollien pollienliastern politeness poUteneuJCH politenessIlastermi
liastern JCH teru 3Icn leii 1ollto lol1t by b Kduuntioii KduuntioiiWestern UtlucntlonWtem liducatlomiWestern
Western men are instinctively polite politeThey poUteT politeThey
They T y are never rude from selfishness selfishnesssaid selflshnmssaid llnH llnHsaid
said Miss JIll Hefty Your New N York men menso menso
so far as I Have been able to judge have havebeen banbeen havebeen
been taught better ter but instinctively they theyhave uehave theyhave
have no appreciation of betas paths poUteAnd poltteADd pathsAnd
And what about the women omen r was wasasked WItSMIred wasasked
asked MIred as a vision with a blond pomp pompedour
dour topped by a receding recedJ hat with a abunch abunch abunch
bunch of trimming flaring up in the back backentered backentered
entered the diningroom diningroomOh
Oh excepting the women you see on onUpper onUpper
Upper Broadway Bro 7 there isnt much differ difference dtferenc differonce ¬
once enc betwen the West est and the East I Ido 1do Ido
do think thlDk though that most t every woman womanI
I meet must be an actress We would wouldbe
be sure they were actresses It they were werein wereIn werein
in Oregon OregonThats OrepnThats OregonThats
Thats just the way some of them themdress themdreu themdress
dress its classy was explained to the thefrank thefrank
frank Westerner as the blond ady ad adjusted adJaisted ¬
justed a black and white striped jumper jumpersleeve jumpersleeve jumpersleeve
sleeve sleeveAnd sleeveAnd sleeveAnd
And Broadway Why I was so dis disappointed dIsaJipOlnted fitsaimted ¬
appointed said Miss 111 Langley I I had hadheard badbeard hadheard
heard so much about your great White WhiteWay lhlteWay WhiteWay
Way and I expected to see something somethingdaszllng somethingdiaslIng
daszllng daaJln ShehUrt Sh she could not under understand undertltand understand ¬
stand how a great big city like New Np York Yorkcould Yorkcould Yorkcould
could have so many dinky little shops shopsrickety abopsrlcket7 shopsrickety
rickety twostory buildings as Sank SankUpper 1tankCpper sankUpper
Upper Broedway m in the neighborhood of ofThirtyseventh ofThlrtyseventh ofThIrtyseventh
Thirtyseventh street streetWhat ItltlLWhat streetWhat
What impressed ed me most put in Miss MissAda Xia4da MissAda
Ada Metcalfe is the artificiality of your yourwomen ODrwomen yourwomen
women Why they all appear amazed at atme atJQfI atInc
me whenever I express a frank opinion opinionand opinionand opinionand
and If I happen to laugh out loud or say sayanything sayanything 7 7aaythln
anything to an elevator boy they look lookhorrified lookhorrltled lookhorrified
horrified Gracious Gracio Id hate to be so soafraid eoI soafraid
afraid I raJd of myself myselfAc lI1yaelfXCT myselfNear
Ac Near iv York Xot So Much MuchHave JluchIi MuchHave
Have Ii you found anything that favor favorably favorablT favorably ¬
ably impressed you For instance w W Wyou werOyou t tyon
you awed by the bigness of New eA York YorkNot yOl1tXol YoetT YoetTNot
Not a bit of it said Mba Jamie MamieSraKh JamieSmith MimicSmith
Smith of Condon Gllliam County You Youcan Toucan Youcan
can only see so much of any an place at one onetime onetime onetime
time and I was really rean disappointed in not nothaving Dotha1ng nothaving
having a tremendous feeling of being beI suf suffocated auffocated suffocated ¬
focated by b the bigness b of New Xe York But Butplease But Butplease Butplease
please say we all think New Xe York is in interesting In Interes InterestIng ¬
teresting teres you see we havent seen the thepretty theprett7 thepretty
pretty places yet yetTheres yetTheres yetTheres
Theres one place I think is Ideal MealI Idealaid Idealsaid
I said Miss Daisy Betted of Yale andthat and andthat amidthat
that te the Little Church Around the Cor CorI Corner Cornet
ner net
I like Riverside Drive too because becauseyou becaueyou becauseyou
you can get some air there but isnt isntFifth IsntFifth isntFifth
Fifth avenue a funny place for rich pro people pe0ple propie ¬
ple to liver said little Hiss 1 Audrey udrey Wool Woolrey Woolhey 001 001rey
rey the baby bab of the party Just think thinkOf thinkof thinkof
Of it they havent any an yards at all Most Mostall Mostall OfIIt OfIItall
all the houses hou es look alike alikeIm alikeIm alikeIm
Im sure I would ould suffocate if I had to tolive toIhe tolIve
live here sakl kI Miss 1I81 Metcalfe Im al almost atmoat 1 1most ¬
most pining for a breath of fresh air now nowalthough no noalthough nowalthough
although I want to se Ie all the sights sightsWe sightWe sightsWe
We were ere terribly terrlbl disappointed at the theJamestown tbeJamestown theJamestown
Jamestown Exposition said all the girls girlsin blrlsIn girlsin
in unison but bu we loved Washington WashingtonTHIEVES WashingtonTHIEVES uhlngtonTHIEVES
Chloroform Sleepers nUll Carry Cnrr Oft OftJewelry onJewelry Oftlesselry
Jewelry nnil Money THoncySpecial Jlone Jlonelpedal Moneya
Special to a The Washington W Herald HeraldNorfolk I1tra1dNorfolk lImitNorfolk
Norfolk Va June 1 IThieves Thieves shortly shortlybefore ahorU ahorUbefo shortlybefore
before befo daylight looted the rectory of St StLaikes SLLuke St1ukes
Laikes Luke Episcopal Church of a tray tra of dia diamond diamond 41 41mend ¬
mond rings rl 8S and other Jewelry to the thevalue theIue thevalue
value Iue of hundreds of dollars SIlO 100 in cash cashand ca cashand b band
and a check for or PlIO 300 00 as those in the eec rectory reet eectdry ¬
tory t ry sre slept Iept t soundly undly under the influence In nence of ofchloroform ofchloroform ofchloroform
chloroform or some other sleepproducing sleepproducingsubstance sleepproducinSsuMtance sleepproducingsubstance
substance All the valuables Iuables and money moneywere moneywere moneywere
were taken from the trunk of Mrs 116 W A ADarr A ABarr A ABarr
Barr which was near the bed in which whichshe hleh hlehsbe hlchshe
she slept sleptDrBarr sleptDrBarr sleptDrBarr
DrBarr was g in Staunton last night at attending attending attending ¬
tending a meeting of the council of the theEpiscopal theEj theEpiscopal
Episcopal Ej diocese of Southern Virginia VirginiaIn VirginlaIn
In the house at the time of the robbery robberyIn robber robberIn
In addition to Mrs Barr were an aged agedaunt agedauitt agedaunt
aunt and Frank Stringfellow a brother brotherIt
It was the intention of Mrs Irs Barr to leave leaveNorfolk JeaveXorfolk leaveNorfolk
Norfolk for Lynchburg today and her hertrunk hertrunk hertrunk
trunk was packed preparatory to starting startingon
on the Journey The thieves entered th thhouse the thehou thehouse
house e through the kitchen and went out outthrough outthroush outthrough
through the front door Those in the thehouse theboute thehouse
house were in a dazed condition when whenthey wbentM whenthey
they tM awoke late this morning morningSAW morningI
ing but the interpreter of prophecies said saideverything saideverrthl saideverything
everything everrthl l was ail U right that the prophet prophtw j jwas
was w we a merely in a spiritual mood moodHow moodHow moodHow
How long has he been a Hpropht prophet prophetasked > t tsked j jasked
asked sked The Washington Herald representa representative representative epresentatire ¬
tive tiveSince
Since SIne IMS S6 when he were lists in Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Okiahorns ¬
homa You see He he had revelations One Onenight Onenlsht Onenight
night we were readin de Bible an he hecom heOO hecome
com OO ercross ere Malacbl fo flea nv which says saysBefo 5Aaefo sayshalo
halo de great t and terrible day oh de deLord d dLord doLord
Lord Ah will sen yon Elijah d lie profit profitan profttan profitanjte
an anjte he will turn tie hearts ob 8e fathers fathersto
to de chilren an de hearts ob 4e chllren chllrento
to de fathers least Ah come an smite de deearth deearth doearth
earth wid a curse curseDe cuneoDe curseDo
De nex next inohnin he woke a profit profitsaying profttJ1n profitsaying
saying J1n Gentiles prepare fur war an anIsreal anIrat anhissed
hissed prepare to meet your OodV God Dat Datwere Datwere Batwere
were de tint prophecy dat he prophesied prophesiedan
an shot muff two year lier der dere come comede comede comedo
de Spanish war In de meantime de deprophet depropbet doprophet
prophet were workin all through de Ter Territories Terrltorlea Territorles ¬
ritories an Kansas sUbilshhV de 4 church churchHow cburchHow church110w
How does he receir recel his revenue revenuewas revenueW1UI revenuewag
was asked askedDere ukedDere askedBore
Dere aint no revenue r Tue to it it All de deSaints fieSaInt deSaints
Saints is workin fob de profit All he hegot he80t hegot
got ter cx do is ter say 1 what he want an anbe anbe anhe
be gets it it He can Jima sit fere flee an let letme letme
me write rite fob him to any ob tie churches churchesIn I
In de country an dog send what he hewant b bant hewant
want wantAt wantAt ant antAt
At this moment an extravagantly extravagantlydressed extraYa8DUydreued extravagantlydressed
dressed and somewhat copiouslybuilt copiouslybuiltwoman copIolybuUtwom coploualybulltwoman
woman descended the stairs and entered a aneat aneat aneat
neat looking Jookln carriage waiting at the thecurb thecurb thecurb
curb with two t o well groomed bays at attached attached attacked ¬
tached It was the prophets wife wifeIs wIfeIs
Is 1 that your mother motherr was asked of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the interpreter interpreterNo
No indeed J dats a wife he took on onalter onalter onafter
alter he come ter Washington WashingtonIhllitilulplila Wallblastoftlhllntlcllhln Washingtonlhilalelmilila
Ihllitilulplila Their Mecca MeccaThe IIeccnThe MeccaThe
The Interpreter then explained the work workIngs worklap workImigs
lap of the church It appears that thatPhiladelphia tMtPbUadeIpllla thatPhiladelphia
Philadelphia holds the main tabernacle tabernacleand taberaacland tabernacleand
and that there the Weekly Prophet the theofficial theoftldal theofficial
official organ oiPa of the church is published publishedIt
It is Philadelphia to which all the saints saintsturn saIntsturn ntl ntltuna
turn their faces as their earthly haven of ofpeace 0peaIa ofpeace
peace and tranquillity The Weekly WeeklyProphet WeeklyPntpbet WeeklyProphet
Prophet Is run by Joseph Crowdy the theProj theProI1obet theProphets
Proj Prophets hets uncle and contains the reports reportsof reportsof reportsof
of each Sabbath days day services through throughout throughOut < b ¬
out the country AU reports are paid for forby j jby I I
by contributors contributorsIt I IIt
It transpired during < the interview that thatwhen j I
when a new member is taken into the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church a part of the ritual is washing washingthe washingthe I Ithe
the feet of the aspirant to saintly inily honors honorsThis honorsThis
This Is In application of one of the verses versesin ve versesin eII eIIIn
in the New Testament 1estamcnt and not in con conformity conformlty eonformntty ¬
formity with any a l particular ideas of ofsanitation ofsanltatJoa ofsanitation
sanitation This was emphasised by byCrowdy Mr MrCrowdy MrCrowdy
Crowdy who said We washes the feet feetof feetof feetof
of the new member when wh n he comes into intothe intothe intothe
the fold Some people has the Idea that thatfeet th thatfeet t tfeet
feet washin is part of our weekly serv service servIce servlee ¬
ice Dt aint so We do it In de church churchwhen chu churchwhen h hwhen
when de new member comes in In an dats dafede datsde datsdo
de only time timeIn timei timein
i In explanation of the greeting by kiss kissing kls klsIq kisslag ¬
lag Mr Crowdy said We kiss t wiv wi do dolips rifII delips >
lips II when beD we meet on de street But we wete weis P PIs
Is taught ter respect n each other an if ifAh ifAh IfAk
Ah was ter come erlong after work ill illmussed 1 dImessed J I ImUSllfd
mussed up an in man mush workin clotlu clotluan dotlHn tiothan
an n Ah passes one ob our lady painK painKAh PH sai saiAh i1 t tAh
Ah Jus dispenses with wltbde de 4 Mas an anAU say sayAll so soAll
All hall hallAt hallAt hailAt
At At that moment the prophet gave a apeculiar apeculiar apeculiar
peculiar gurgle his eyes rea became distend distended distendM distended ¬
ed h his angers began to twHch convul convulsively ronvuleively eonvulslvely ¬
sively and aijd his Ups to quiver quiverSssh QulnrSs quiverSisb
Ss Sssh cautioned the interpreter and andin andIn andIn
in whispers De prophet te talkln fas faster facoter faccter ¬
ter face with God die minute Bats de deway dewa doway
way wa he do Look at him b1m but keep keepquiet kppqust keepquiet
quiet quietExcuse qustExcutle
Excuse me whispered hl pered The Washing Washington Washln Washlnton Washington ¬
ton Herald man and he stepped softly softlyout softlyout softlyout
out of the door doorSTRAUS doorSTRAUS doorSTRAUS
Orders Ortl < r All 11 Chinese Interpreters InterpretersTransferred InterreterTllull InterpretersTransferred
Transferred Tllull errClI and aiim Bxamined RxIUHIHetlA I IA
A thorough investigation of the th imnii immlt1on imnmigratlon i iirratkm
irratkm t1on service is under > r way The new npwSecretary np npSecret newSecretary
Secret Secretary of Commerce and Labor Lahnraroueed Laboraroused j jaroused
aroused by complaints which have reached JfachAdthe reachedthe j jthe
the department from different parts of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the country has decided upon radical ac action action actics ¬
tion ticsAn
An order was w issued yesterday after afternoon artfrDOOR afternoon ¬
noon d1net directing the commissioner general generalof lJe 4 ral ralof
of immigration tJoa to transfer every foft Chinese Chineseinterpreter ChineseInterpreter Chineseinterpreter
interpreter in the service of the govern government governmeat ¬
meat The announced purpose is to sift siftout siftout i iout I
out the inefficient and unreliable Th The of offlcer ofCker offleer
fleer in charge of each station is directed directedto
to report as soon as possible on the ques question qU4Stlon question ¬ I
tion of the qualification of the t Interpre Interpreters Interpretera Interpretore ¬
tore The Secretary wishes he8 to know par particularly particularly ¬ I
ticularly whether the interpreters can canreadily canreadily em n nreadily
readily and accurately translate the dif different di diferent
ferent Chinese dialects into English lish and andEnglish andEnglish I
English Into the different dialects dialectsIn dialectsIn
In addition to this two of the best in interpreters Interpreters interpreters ¬ I
terpreters in the service have been de detailed dptailed tietailed ¬
tailed to make a personal inspection inspectionOpen InspectionOpemi
I IOpen
Open Air Sacred Concert oneert Toiiny ToiinyThe ToIII1 ToilityThe I
The Naval Gun Factory Band will give givea
a sacred concert today Sunday Sunda and andevery andevery andevery
every Sunday SUnd during durln < the entire summer summerat summerat i it
at t Randle Highlands from 3 to 6 p m mTaXe mT maTake
Take T e Capital Traction Pa ave ve cars going goingeast Irolngeast goingeast
east marked F and G and get t free fr trans transfers transf teensfees ¬
fees f fl to Handle Highlands Only Onl a few fewminutes fe feminutes fewminutes
minutes ride east of the Capitol A mag magnificent magnificent ¬
nificent view of the city and surrounding surroundingcountry urroundln urroundlncountry surroundingcountry
country from Handle Highlands HighlandsLOCAL HighlandsLOOAL HighlandsLOCAL
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best mat rials are used ip making Holmes Holmesgenuine Holmesnuln Holmesgenuine
genuine nuln homemade Milk Bread The Themost Themost Themost
most delicious and an nutritious bread to tohad be behad behad
had Delivered direct from oven to table table5c tablpie tableIc
5c Delicious homemade Pies foe Holmes HolmesBakery holmesBakery > s sBakery
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UK 1 F P street northwest claims the lowest lowestloan lowestloan t tloan
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The Finest Iynn 110 Haven hay I1n Crabs CrabllServed CrabsServed CrabsServed
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We c Have Sold Hctirlcha Deer DeerFor DeerFor BeerFor
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Beautiful Building BuildingLois BuildingLois BuddingLois
Lois are selling for for25c for25c for25c
25c to 38c per ft fton fton fton
on Easy Terms TermsThe TermsThe TermsThe
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of Chevy Chase Circle CircleThe CircleThe CircleThe
The property is naturally naturallydesirable naturallydesirable naturally naturallydesirable
desirable and requires requir little or orno
no grading gradingSplendid gradingSplendid radingSplendid I
Splendid car service and andonly andonlv anIonly
only one fare from the city cityIf city cityii cityIi
ii it isnt convenient for o you youto youto ou outo
to visit i it this property propert during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the week come out Sunday Sundayand Sunday Sundayand Sundayand
and one of our representatives representativeswill s swill
will assist you in selecting the theBEST theBEST theBEST
BEST LOT LOTImprovements LOTImproveJDe1lts LOTImprovements
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sidewalks will be laid snarl snarltrees IIhafltrees shade shadetrees
trees planted a perfect sewer sewerage era sewerago ¬
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