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NO NO243 T 243 3 WASHINGTON D C FRIDAY JUNE 7 71907 1907 ONE NB CENT i 1 T7
HIS TALE OF DEATH DEATHCrossexamination DEATHClossexan1 DEATIICrossesamillatioii
Crossexamination Clossexan1 nation Begun in inflaywood inHawoml
a af
f flaywood Case CaseTESTIMONY CaseTESTIMONY
TESTIMONY r NOT SHAKEN SHAKENImplicates SHAlCENImplicates SHAIB1Implicates r
Implicates the Prisoners in All Allof Allof Allof
of His I is Crimes CrimesCourtroom CrimesCourtroom CrimesCourtroom
Courtroom Crowded and All Sit SitARhaxt Sitohnt Sittgltnst
ARhaxt ohnt nt Revelations eclntlon from the theWitness theitncu theWitness
Witness itncu for the State StnteDecrlptlon StateDescriptionof DeseripU DeseripUof
of Bombs Given and Explnnntlon Explanationof
of flow They rile Were ere to Be Used UsedHaywood UcelUnTnood UsedIlnywuod
Haywood Shown Xo Emotion EmotionDeath Emotione EmotionDeath EmotionDeath
Death of Stcuncnbcrg Told ToldHarry ToldIrry ToldHarry
Harry Orchard finishes his b direct directtestimony directt1I directteSt4mosy
testimony in the HaVwood case at atSsjfse atDolle atnIeeldaho
nIeeldaho nIeeldahoCnuexemlfation Ssjfse Dolle Ida 1daho 1dahoC no
Cnuexemlfation C mlnatkm nal atlon Is begun but butthe but11M butthe
the testimony remains unshaken unshakenHaywood ummakeDIi unshakenHaywood
Haywood Mpyer Moyer or PetUbone PetUboneis
Ii is impHeated hi every effort made roadqte mad madte madeto
te assassinate nate opponents of the theWestern theI theWestern
I Western Federation of Miners MinersRepeated MinerRoted ihuereRopeated
Repeated efforts to kill Gov GovPeabody GOYPMbod GovPeabody
Peabody PMbod Gen Sherman Bell Judge JudgeGoMard J JI JudgeGoddard
I GoMard and Fred Heerne related relatedin relatedIn relatedin
in detail detailDescription detailI
Description De of bombs born their man manufactory maaI manufactory ¬
ufactory and method of 0 we holds holdscourtroom IIokkCOIIrtroom holdscoatroom
I courtroom SpellboundSteunenberg spellbound spellboundSteunenberg Ibound IboundI
Steunenberg was te tbe be killed and anddeath aDdHath anddeath
I death letters t sent to tko others to toBoise toIndmldate tointimidate
intimidate themBoise them themBotM
Boise Idaho June iIrarI Harry Orchard Orchardtoday Orchardtoday Orchardtoday
today completed his amazing amaztn Narration Narrationof
of organised murder and assassinationconcluding assassination assassinationconcluding aAUlllnaUonconchMtla
concluding < it with an account of how he heblew heblew heblew
blew up exGov Frank Steunenberg Steunenber for forwhose forwhOlle fort
t whose murder William D Haywood Hawoodretary sec secretary secretary ¬
retary of the Western Federation of ofMiners otMIners ofMiners
Miners is s now on trial trialIn trialIn trialIn
In the Steunenberg murder and In all allthe Allthe allthe
the other assassinations In which Orchard Orchardhad Orcbanlhad Orchardhad
had a band he was acting actin under the ex explicit cCpUctt explicit ¬
plicit direction he testified of Haywood HaywoodMoy Haoodloyer HaywoodMoyer
Moy loyer r and PetUbone PetUboneIn
In all these crimes c 1me Mover oer according to toOrchards toOrchanls toOrchards
Orchards testimony tetimon seems to have had hadless badless hadless
less to do than Haywood and Pettlbon Pettlbonbut PetUbonbut Pettibonebut
but the prosecution pr uUon will make the infer inference inrence inference ¬
ence that this was because e during a considerable con considerable CORIderable ¬
siderable part of the time when Orchard Orchardwas Orehardwas Orchardwas
was most busily following the trade of ofmurder ofmurder ofmurder
murder Moyer was alS in jail jailJames JaIlJames JailJames
James H Hawley finished the direct directexamination directexambaatton directexamination
examination of Orchard at 3 oclock pre precisely preelee precfeely ¬
cisely elee tied Lawyer La yer Richardson of the thedefeaea thedefMH thedefense
defense at once t tick ek up the cr eraematasi eraematasinaiatC asTxami asTxaminatioC a M MnatkJet
natioC Up to the time of adjournment adjournmenthe
i he he made not the slightest impression impressionupon ImpreRkmupon impressionupon
upon tile tM stfcry that Orchard had told toldHe toldHe toldHe
He made him admit bigamy bt my and running runningaway runningaway runningt
t away with another mans wife Ue but little littlethings littlethings littlethings
things like those fade into insignificance insignificanceaften IlMJIgnllkAnceaCte insignhhlcanceaftes
aften aCte the others ot rs the witness had been de describing deecrlbln describing ¬
scribing for a full day and a half halfPrisoners halfPrhmnerll halfPrisoners
Prisoners Always Involved InvolvedThroughout hnohet1Th InvolvedThroughout
Throughout Th hout the long list of crimes crimeS at attempted attemptM attempted ¬
tempted and performed by b Harry Or Orchard Orchard Ora ¬
chard and Steve Adams as narrated by bythe b bthe bythe
the former counsel for the State has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never failed to get t the witness < to state statepositively MAteposlUnly statepositively
positively and definitely that either Hay Haywood Haywood Haywood
wood Moyer or Pettibone Instigated the theassassination thea theasassinaton
assassination a lnaUon and that sometimes all allthree allthree allthree
three of them had a hand in It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The various sums paid to Orchard have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been stated every time Sometimes So Umes Hay Haywood Haywood Haywood
wood paid him personally per onally the witness witnesssaid witnesssaid S Ssaid
said and sometimes it was Pettlbon Pettlbongenerally Pettibone Pettibonegenerally Pettibonegenerally
generally the latterTodays latter latterTodays lattorToday
Todays murder record exhibited accounts ac account aecounta ¬
count counts of repeated attempts to soonest assassinate HY88Inate ¬
4 nate Gov Go Peabody of Colorado GenSherman Gen GenSherman GenSherman
Sherman Bell who commanded the Colorado Colo Colorado Colorado ¬
rado Militia at the strike of Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleCreek CrippleCreek
Creek in 1M 1 Judge Gabbert and Judge JudgeGoddard JudgeGoddard JudgeGoddard
Goddard of the Colorado Supreme Court Courtwho Courtwho Courtwho
who had rendered decisions against t the thestrikers the25trlken thestrikers
strikers and Fred Hearne manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company CompanyNone CompanyNone CompanyNone
None of these were ere successful succe rul though thoughone thoughone thoughone
one attempt to get Judge Gabbert caused causedthe causedthe ed edthe
the death of a mining mlnln engineer named namedMarion namedlIarion namedMarlon
Marion Walley This aside from the theSteunenberg theSteunenberp theSteuneuberg
Steunenberg murder was the most tragic tragicof tragicof tragicof
of the days stories storiesOrchard storiHOrchard storiesOrchard
Orchard said that Pettibone and Hay Haywood HArwOOd Haywood
wood urged ur him to JJ get t Judge Gabbert Gabbertand Gabbertand Gabbertand
and that he and Pettibone made a bomb bombfor bombfor bombfor
for that purpose purposeAll purpoleAll purposeAll
All Engines n lneil of Death DeathIt DenthIt DeathIt
It was made like all the bombs that thatOrchard thatOrchAni thatOrchard
Orchard has described Alt of these theseengines theseengl theseengines
engines engl of death were composed of a base baseof blUMDf baseof
of giant powder Over this would be besprinkled besprinkled beaprinkkd
sprinkled a handful of giant caps and andchotoride andcholoricle andcholoride
chotoride of potash and sugar would be belumped belumped belumped
lumped in on top of this mess Suspend Suspended ¬
ed over this mixture would be a bottle of ofsulphuric orsulphurtc ofsulphuric
sulphuric add The cork of this bottle bottlewould bottlewould bottlewould
would would be attached to a pin tied to a astring Itstring astring
string or wire wireThe wtreThe wireThe
The wire ire after the bomb was planted plantedor
or burled would ould be strung trun across a side sidewalk sldewalk sidewalk ¬
walk so that its I I intended victim might mightstumble mlgbtstumble mightstumble
stumble over It This was as expected to toextract toextract toextract
extract the cork and release the acid acklwhich acidwhlcb acidwhich
which would run down Into the chemicals chemicalsset
set off the giant caps ca and thus explode explodethe Explodethe explodethe
the powder powderThis powderThis powderThis
This was the general I scheme Occasion Occasionally Jeealonall Occasionall ¬
ally all there was a variation One such suchvariation suchvariation suchvariation
variation was worked work in the Gabbert Gabbertbomb Gabbertbomb Gabbertbomb
bomb bombOrchard bombOrchard bombOrchard
Orchard had observed that Judge Gab Gabl Gabrt Gabpert
pert l > ert rt habitually went across 8 the street streetfrom streetfrDm streetfrom
from his houseto the capitol over a apath apathHe T patb patbHe th thHe
He said he buried the bomb close to tothis tothis tothis
this path pathThe pathThe tb tbThe
The scheme heme was for a confederate to towatch toWAtch towatch
watch till he saw Gabbert coming comt then thensignal thenslpal thensignal
signal Orchard o rcba rd who would attach to the thewire theWlr thewire
wire Wlr a pocketbook and drop it in the thepath thepath thepath
path It was figured that the t judge would wouldpick wouldpick wouldpick
pick it up and be blown to pieces piecesThe piecesThe piecesThe
The scheme heme worked well II only Judge JudgeGabbert J JGabbert JudgeGabbert
Gabbert was as not the victim The judge judgeafterward JudKeaftfnrd judgeafterward
afterward told Judge Goddard that he had hada
a curious presentment that morning that thathe thathe thathe
he ought not to walk across tots and andtherefore and andtbrlTtore andtgerrfore
therefore changed his course at the last lastmoment llStmoment lastmoment
moment But meantime Orchard had haddropped baddropped haddropped
dropped the fatal pocketbook and departed de departed de departed ¬
parted hastily hum It was an hour later JIIterforf be before before ¬
fore the unfortunate Walley came along alonglifted along alonglifted aJonJlftfd <
lifted the pocketbook etbook and was blown bl wa to topieces topiecES topieces
r rThe
pieces piecESThe piecesThe
The escape of Judge Goddard was wasscarcely wasarceJ wasscarcely
scarcely arceJ less Ie extraordinary 10rehard Orchard saidContinued said saidContinued saidContlnneel
Continued on Pnffc 4 I Column O OT
1 H IL Small tV t Sons Klorliix KlorliixWashington I hlorletsWashington lorldH lorldHWashlnst
Washington ft and New York YorkPrices YorkPrices YorkPrices
Prices on all Kinds of o Lumber are Lower Lowert i
For the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland IarylandFair Fair and warmer warmertoday warmertoday warmertoday
today Tomorrow showers light lightwesterly lightwcstcrlywinds lightwesterly
westerly wcstcrlywinds winds beccming easterlyHERALD easterly easterlyHERALD asterl asterlHERALD
1 IDrdlluU Orchard Completes Direct Testimony Te Testimony1Knox tlmony tlmonyIKnox
1 IKnox Knox Accepts States Indorsement Indorsement1Gould Indorsement1Gould
1 1Gould Gould Case is Heard HeardIDamaging Heard1Damaging
1 IDamaging Damaging Testimony Against Schmitz1Two Schmitz SchmltzI SchmitzlTwo
I lTwo Two Racers Killed In Autos AutosIWomen Autos1Women
1 IWomen Women Angry With Cannon Cannon3New Cannon3ew Cannon3New
3New Turn in Walsh Damage Suit SuitBryan Suit3Bran Suit3Bryan
3Bran > Bryan Talks in Wall Street Street1Naval
4 4 1Naval Naval al Cadets Are Graduated Graduatod4New1l Graduated4revere
4 4New1l News of Maryland la land and Virginia VirginiaLOGAh YIr VirginiaLOCAL inla inlaI >
lcot Col and Mrs Ir Tucker Part PartBlg PartBig
2 Big Gift to Congressional Library LibraryLleut Library2Lieut
2 2Lieut Lieut Richardson Resigns ResignsPresfdent
2 President Looks Into Strike Strike4Secretary Strike4SecretliI Strike4Secretary
4Secretary Wilson Will Testify Tesmy4oman Testify4Woman
4 4oman Woman In Blue Insane InsaneiHolY Insane7Holy
7 iHolY Holy Cross Students Graduate GraduateiCitizens Graduate7Citizens
7 iCitizens Citizens Score Dr Hale BaleIfPlans HaleItPlans
12 ItPlans Plaas Made 3Iad for Big Building BuildingIS BuildinglGen Building1Gen
IS lGen Gen Crozier Answers Negroes Negroes12President egroes egroeslPreeldent
12 lPreeldent Preeident Names nmes Foraker Man ManSCHMITZIDER ManSCIIITZ Ian IanSCHMITZ
Damaging Testimony Given GivenAgainst GiycnAgainst
a b
Against bAgainst Mayor MayorREFUSED MayorREFUSED IayorREFUSED
Former Police Poll Commissioner Hen HenKan Ilenggnn IIr IIrrnn
Kan Says Sa He Was nM Appointed inOrder In InOrder InOrder
Order to Further Plan of Bonn Bonnlluef flossItuef o onuel
lluef and Sclunlts SchmltzStor SchmitzStory Story In 1 Not XotShaken NotSunken ot otShaken
Shaken Under Und r Crossexamination CrossexaminationSan Croexnmlnntion13an
han San Francisco June 6 GFormer Former Polic PollcaCommissioner PolicCommissioner loUcComml8l10ner
Commissioner Reagan was the star wit witness witness 1t 1tness ¬
ness in the trial of Mayor Schmltz today todayand toda todaand todayand
and he told so straightforward and con convtncing eonvlnclng convincing
vtncing a story that he seriously damaged damagedSchmitz daIDllgedSchmitz damagedSchmitz
Schmitz Reagan was IIS a street paver paverwhen pIIerwhen paverwhen
when Schmltz took him up and made him himpolice hlnlpolice hintpolice
police commissioner because 1fICA1 e he evidently evidentlythought 6klentlrthought evidentlythought
I Ivote
thought Reagan could be easily induced Indu to tovote tovote
vote just as the mayor ma or wanted wantedWhen wantedWhen wantedWhen
When the cases of the French reetau restaurant reetaurant reetaurant ¬
rant keepers came up Reagan Re gan joined joinedHutton jointMlHutton joinedHutton
Hutton in investigating In8IIUgatl them and when whenJve whenwas hen henwu
Jve was convinced convln that these places were werereally worereally werereally
really disorderly dl80r frl houses he voted with withHutton withHuttoa itb itbHutton
Hutton to take away their liquor licenses licensesand lice liceand licensesand
and nothing nothln that the mayor could sty styhad SAThad sayhad
had any an effect on him himReagan blmRNgan himReagan
Reagan gave on the stand the whole his htotory hlstOrT history
tory of the mayors scheme to have Hut Hutton Hatton Hutton
ton hold up the French restaurants and andthen andthen andthen
then bleed the proprietors proprl ton himself htl lflJ He Hetold i itold itold
told of the mayors futile efforts e < rtl to get gethim gethim gethim
him to vote for renewing their licenses licensesas llee licensesthey te tethe
as they the had promised to obey the law lawwould lawTMn lawT
TMn T a he said Jel the mayor III Or declared De hewould Dewoukl
would oust Hutton who ho he had become becomeconvinced becomeconvlne becomeconvinced
convinced was notonger acting in the In Interests interests n ntere ¬
terests tere ts of the people peopleReagan peopleHeagan peopleReagan
Reagan admitted that at the time he hebelieved he1MlIeved hebelieved
believed the mayor was honest and andsince andsince andsince
since until Hutton told him the real in inside inBIde Inside ¬
side history hlstor of the deal that resulted In hiHuttons InHuttons inHuttons
Huttons removal r lOval from the board boardReagans bIMiniRea boardReagans
Reagans Rea ns testimony te Umoay was 811 not shaken in incrossexamination IncrONexamlnaUon incrossexamination
crossexamination by counsel counselAt eouDelAt counselAt
At the afternoon session Reagan completed com completed compkted ¬
pleted his testimony and former Police PoliceCommissioner PolleeCommllltioner PoliceCommissioner
Commissioner Pohelm and Toney T y Bianco Biancoproprietor Blancoproprietor Biancoproprietor
proprietor of o the Pup restaurant tee testified tetlfted teetitled ¬
titled Blanco declared he gave 51175 J175 to toRuef toRud toRue
Ruef Rue but he didnt connect the mayor mayorwith mayorwith
One Indignant Speaker Suggests the theUse theUse I IUse
Use of Dynamite DynamiteFederation DynamiteFellerntfon DynamiteFederation
Federation Is I Preparing Trouble for forUncle forUncle forUncle
Uncle Joe Unle Unless lie Aids Aiel Bills BillsAdvocated DIIIICIhocntcel BillsAdrocatcul
Advocated II liy It ItNorfolk ItKorfolk ItNorfolk
Norfolk Va June 6 6JosephG Joseph G Cannon Cannonof
of the National House Ho of Representatives Representativesis
is in danger of being blown up unless unlesslie unl unlhe unlesshe
he ceases to block legislation in which the theFederation theFed theFederation
Federation Fed ratlon of Womens Clubs is inter interested Interested interested ¬
ested He should be dynamited d n lmited thinks thinksMrs thinkslrll thinksMrs
Mrs Mary IaI Morton Kehew Kohe chairman of oftiro ofthi ofthus
thus Federation committee on legislation legislationMrs legLslaUonIrs legislationMrs
Mrs Irs Kehew ehew in the delivery cf her report reportto reportto reportto
to the Federation convention today toda Mid soldIt MidIt saidIt
It seems that the committee commltt having laws lawsin lawsIn lawsIn
in hand experienced experlen considerable difficulty difficultyin
in having them enacted at the last session sessionof e88lonof sessionof
of Congress It was all Speaker Cannons Cannonsfault annons annonsfault annonsfault
fault as he retarded definite action per persistently persistently persistently ¬
sistently sistentlyHe sistentlyHe sistentlyHe
He ought to be dynamited Somebody Somebodyought Somebod Somebodought Somebodyought
ought to get behind him with a good goodbig goodbig goodbig
big charge and Kn set it off then perhaps perhapssomething perbapIIOmethlng perhapssomething
something would happen Nothing short shortof shortor shortof
of dynamite would do to wake him up upShe upShe upShe
She also declared that womens clubs clubshad clubsba clubshad
had ba flooded the House of Representa Representatives RepresentaUvea Representatives ¬
tives because of the blocking b klng game of ofCannons ofCannons ofCannons
Cannons She mentioned particularly the thefree thofree thefree
free art bill the forestry forest and reservation reservationbill re reservationbill ention entionbill
bill and the child labor law lawIllinois JawIllinois lawIllinois
Illinois women were urged to work on onthe onthe onthe
Small Craft Due nt Cnpc Henry lIenr lint lintHave butlime i
Have Not Sot Reported ReportedNorfolk ReportedNorfolk I
Norfolk Va June i 2 H m mXoth mNothlag Noth Nothing ¬
ing has been heard here from the six sixtorpedo sixtorHdo sixtorpedo I
torpedo boat destroyers c1e troyen which yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da entered the race from Scotland ScothandLightship ScotlandLightship I ILI8ht
Lightship LI8ht hlp to Cape Henry A sharp sharplookout sharplookout I
lookout was kept for them at Cape CapeHenry CapeHenry
Henry and efforts to locate them by the theloctl thelocal thelocal I
local station of o the Atlantic DeForest DeForestWireless DeForestWlrlees DeForestWireless
Wireless Company were fruitless fruitlessThe rrultlessTbe fruitlessThe
The Whipple one of the th racers r e41 te teequipped 18equipped Isequipped
equipped with wireless but It is probable probablethat prolJ probablethat < ble blethat
that the Instruments were not working workingNo workingNo workingNo
No other vessels equipped equl with 1th wirel wirelcould wt wireless wirelesscould l lcould
could give any information concerning concerningthe ooItCernln ooItCernlnIIoUUa
the notttla notttlaIt IIoUUaIt flotillaIt
It may RIa be that the racers ran Into tho thoChesapeake thCbela toChesapeake
Chesapeake Cbela pea ktt after dark without being beingseen beingre1I beingseen
seen but that is regarded r rlled as rather im improbable 1mItrOIMb1e haprobable ¬
probable It is certain that they the had not notentered notntered notentered
entered the bay before S oclock as they theycould the thecould theycould
could have been n seen up U to that time timeAnother timeAnother timeAnother
Another probability is the flotilla UIIR joined joinedthe joinedthe joinedthe
the North orth Atlantic fleet fleet which is ap approaching approaching approaching ¬
proaching the th Capes bound for Hamp Hampton HHmptDn Hampton ¬
ton Roads RoadsVonr RoadllYonI RoadsYour
Your Deposit Will m Draw Interest InterestIn IntfrllCtIn InterestIn
In the banking dept of Cnlon Trust Co CoInt
1414 F st st and may m8 be checked against againstwhenever Rgalastwhenever alnst alnstwbenever
whenever desired Interest paid on all allaccounts allaccounts allaccounts
accounts Savings accounts invited invitedTho ImltedThe invitedThe
The Best Boards only J200 200 per 100 ft
IssuesStatement Saying that thatHe
b blie
He Would ould Accept AcceptOUTLINES AcceptOD1LINES AcceptOUTLINES
Senator Is Called IOY Worthy Worth or thy y Suc Successor Sitccessor llC llCcessor ¬
cessor of Roosevelt ItooseveltPennsylvania UooscyeltPCnnlTI1nnln RooseveltPcnnsylvnnln
Pennsylvania Republican State Conrentfon Con Convention Concntlon ¬
vention Land President in Plat Platform llntform Ilntform ¬
form Which hlch Launches Knox Doom DoomSenator DoomSenntor BoomSenntor
Senntor Ponrosc Not ot Mentioned In InDeclaration InDeclaration fnDeclnrntlon
Declaration but Meeting eetln PlaccN PlaccNState PlnceHStnte PlncesState
State Machinery In Ills Haiuln HaiulnNew IInnl18lIw linndsNew
New York ork June 6United 6 United UltedtOr States Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Knox whose boom for President was waslaunched vaslaunched 1
launched today at the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRepublican PenMyhnlARepublloan PennsylvaniaRepublican
Republican State convention at Harris Harrisburg Harrlllburg Harrisburg
burg tonight issued the following state statement statement statemont ¬
ment mentI
I am deeply deepI sensible of the great greathonor greathonor greathonor
honor done me by my fellowRepublicans fellowRepublicansof
of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIn
In their convention composed of dele delegates deJeglltc delegates ¬
gates elected directly by b the people they theyhave therhave theyhave
have Increased my many men obligations Uou to tothem tothorn i
them by b coupling with the indorsement indorsementof
of the administration of Theodore R Rvolt neoe Iieosevolt I
I Iolt
volt olt the suggestion of my m name as a his hissuccessor hissuccessor i isuccoUor
successor successorI succoUor succoUorI
I note the oonventions VeRtion reference to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that as Attorney General and andSenator andSenator I
Senator ntor I was privileged ed to aid m in the theformulation theformulation I Iformulation
formulation and II lid carrying earryl c into execution executionand executionand
and judicial decision d cIsloa those just policies policiesfor poUdesfor policiesfor II IIand
for the protection prot tion of the people which whichhave whichhave bkh bkhbave
have so greatly endeared endear President Rooee Roosevelt Rooeevolt ¬
I Ivelt
velt to the peopleSays people peopleSays peo peoSo
Says So lie Won Would oulcl Id Accept AcceptI
I valu valor the action of the convention conventionapproving convenUonapprolnt conventionapproving
approving such public service ke as I have havebeen haveben havebeen
been enabled to render in the past with withsatisfaction withsatlefactlon ith ithIIUafaclion
satisfaction next exceeded by my grati gratitude gratitude gratitude ¬
tude for the unsolicited pledge of support supportfor supportfor supportfor
for higher honors and graver duties for forthe forthe forthe
the future I have too profound a sense senseof eueof senseof
of the dignity dl < ntt of the chief magistracy and andtoo abeltoo andtoo
too Intimate a knowledge know of its labors and andresponsibilities andre8JlO andreeponsiblitties
responsibilities re8JlO to have sought the In Indorsement IndorHmenL Indoreemeul ¬
dorsement dorsementIfhoweventhe dorHmenLI
I Ifhoweventhe If r however the wishes of PeasyhraniaRepublicans Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRepublicans rmu1aR
Republicans R ubllcan and the reasons they assign ardgnfor assignfor n nfor
for their action should commend them themtelves themtoeive themseiveg
telves to the Republican R pubUcan national con convention conI conIvntlon convention ¬
vention I would ould accept Its it action with withfull withfull I Iull
full ull appreciation of Its Import ImportKnnxft ImportInoxII Import1noxs
Knnxft Friends Approved A Action ActionThe ActionThe ActionThe
The action of the convention today was waswith waaUh waswith
with Uh the consent and approval of the thefriends thefrlenc thefriends
friends of Senator tor Knox and is I Intended Intendedas
as notice to the whole country that he heis heis heis
is in the running runnhl in earnest r John JohnSheatz JollaE JollaEShtz E EShdatz
Sheatz ef r Philadelphia was nominated nominatedI nominatedfar teII teIIState
I for State treasurer t M Mno Senator Patrasa Patrasamade
made no effort to have the coaveaUoa COlt In Indorse Isdorse ¬ I Idcule
dorse him for reelection by the next nextlegislature nextislatun nextlegislature
legislature islatun and the Senatorentp was not notmentioned notIMntloned notmentioned
mentioned in the convention There Thl would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been a fight ft ht on any effort in that thatdirection thatdtrectlon thatdirection
direction as the followers folio of Justice John JohnP JohRP JobsP
P Elkin of the State Supreme Court are areopposed areoppoeed areopposed
opposed to another term for Penrose PenroseThe Jrn JrnThe PenroseThe
The platform adopted by the conven convention connRtion convention ¬
tion is a departure from from those of previous previousState prevlo prevloState previousState
State conventions oonv ntlo II In that more than two twothirds twotblrds twothirds
thirds of it is devoted to national affairs affairsPresident affalnPre affairsPresident
President Pre ldent Roosevelts administration is isgiven Isgiven Isgiven
given high praise the concluding concludln para paragraph pararaph parsgraph ¬
graph raph of that part of the platform read reading IMdIng readIng ¬
ing as a fellows fellowsThis felloIIThIB fellowsThis
This convention heartily renews the ex oxpresadon expression expre8810n ¬
pression of confidence that has come so sofrequently 10lrequenU sofrequent
frequently frequent emphatically and directly from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Republicans R publlcana of Pennsylvania in the theintegrity theIntegrity theIntegrity
integrity wisdom illdonl and devotion to thepublic the thepublic thepublic
public good of Theodore Roosevelt Roo evelt With Withequal Withequal Withequal
equal heartiness we record our approval approvalof
of the work of his hi administration and we wepledge wepledle wepledge
pledge the Republican R ublican party of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PnuYIvania Peansylvanla ¬
vania to a loyal adherence to the policies policiesinspired poltcleln policiesInspired
inspired ln by the th principle of equality of ofright otright ofright
right and opportunity to all allIndorse aUInclor allIndorses
Indorse Inclor eK Senator Kiiox linoxThe IuoxThe KiioxThe
The platform then indorses Indo United UnitedStates tnltedStAtes tailedStates
States Senator Knox for the Presidency Presidencyand Pl8Ilencyand Presidencyand
and presents him to the Republicans of ofthe Drthe ofthe
the other States as a Pennsylvanias can candidate cadldate candidate ¬
didate for the Presidency Pre ldenc before the Repeblkan Re Republican Republ1can
publican convention of ISM IMtContinuing 1tContlnulo ISMContinuing
Continuing the platform says saysWe saysWe 1 1W
We W commend the course of the Fifty Fiftyninth Fm Fmninth Fiftyninth
ninth Congress which without ltbout attempted attemptedconfiscation attemptedconfttleation attemptedconfiscation
confiscation or reprisal al of vested rights rightsor
or any spirit of unfairness and injustice injusticeto Inju tlc tlcto
to those who have interests In carrying carryingand carryingand carryingand
and other corporations nevertheless pass passed paud passed ¬
ed more important legislation than any anypreceding an anpreceding anypreceding
preceding Congress s for the proper regudatlon regu regulation rguIation ¬
lation and control of corporation and andtrusts 1100tru andtrusts
trusts tru ts and the punishment of improper improperpractices Improperpractice improperpractices
practices We indorse and approve the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of our United States Senators nators and andRepresentatives andRepre andRepresentatives
Representatives Repre tntathS In the mid Congress and andparticularly Andparticularly andparticularly
particularly In upholding the hands of ofPreeident oCPreeident ofPresident
Preeident Roosevelt RooseveltThe RooseveltThe RooseveltThe
The Republicans of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaJlee be believe behfeve ¬
lieve that the payroll of American labor laborshould laborshould laborshould
should continue to be higher hl her than that thatof thatof thatof
of any an other nation and the average averageAmerican averageAmerican averageAmerican
American home a model for or the world worldPresident worldPresldt1t worldPresident
President Presldt1t Roosevelt hAS publicly declared de declared de declared ¬
clared that the general enlral tariff policy POJlc to towhich towh towhich
which wh h without regard to changes in de detail detail detall ¬
tail I believe this country eountr to be Irrevoca Irrevocably Irreocahly Irrevocably ¬
bly committed commlttedls Is fundamentally based basedupon baRdupon basedupon
upon ample recognition of the difference differencein
in labor cost here and abroad abroadWe abrOiUlWe abroadie
We ie indorse Indo those declarations and de declare declare declare ¬
clare our unfaltering adherence to the thegreat theretlt thegreat
great retlt principle of protection to American Americanlabor AmericanlAbor Americanlabor
labor American industries and American Americanproduct Americanproduetlt Americanproducts
product productKNOX produetltKllOX productsKNOX
KNOX IS POPULAR HERE HEREAdniinlNtratioii HEREclmlnIMtrtioJl HEREtdmindstratton
AdniinlNtratioii Circles Not ot Opposed Opposedto
to PomiMjlvntilauVi Candidacy CaudiclnvjThe Cn CandidacyTh It eUI1tc eUI1tcTh
The Th action of the Pennsylvania Repub Republicnf RepublcNr Repub1i
1i licnf lcNr convention in indorsing Senator SenatorPhilander SenatorPhilander nato natoPhilander
Philander C Knox for the Presidential Presidentialnomination Presidentialnomination Presidentialnomination
nomination and the announcement announcem nt of Mr MrIvnox Mrl MrKnox
Knox l nox that he will accept the nomination nominationif
if it comes tc thlm tr him creates no surprise surprisein 8Ur 8UrIn
in Washington Washlngtoi Mr Ir Knox knew me in ad advance advance ¬
vance of the intention of his partys rep representatives repre8tntaUvu representatives ¬
resentatives in the Keystone State to put puthim puthim puthim
him forward as Pennsylvanias favorite favoriteson lavortteIOn favoriteson
son and an he had consented eonse ttdd after some somehesitation omeheelt8t1oD somehesitation
hesitation to t the plan proposed proposedThe proposedThe proposedThe
The President It is known stands for forMr forIr forMr
Mr Knox and while Mr Roosevelt nlt is isevidently isevidently isevidently
evidently more anxious to have hav Mr Ir Taft Taftsucceed TaftSU Taftsucceed
succeed him than any other man the at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude he has assumed since Mr Ir Knox Knoxhas Knoxh815 Knoxhas
has been brought forward prominently promInentlynsa as asa asA
a Presidential possibility poe Is that the Penn Pennsylvania PtnnsylYanl Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Senator would bs be acceptable a ptaWe to tohim tohlnl tohim
him as the Republican standard bearer bearernext beRrrnext bearernext
next year yearA yearA yearA
A In Carte cnrt Lunch Served Dally DallyAt Dnll DnllAt DailyAt
At Ecksteins Eekst tns from 12 to 3 3 1412 Itl N Y ave aveBoards aveBoards aveBoards
Boards Wide and Bright J200 200 00 per ICO ft it
1 1Mrs I
Mrs MrsJ John oInl A Logans Lo alls Daugh Daughter Daughter Daugliter ¬
ter Leaves IJeavcslIllsballd IJeavcslIllsballdOOL Husband HusbandGOL IlusbalidCOL
Wifes Hell Family FnmlJ Declines to s Say Saythlusr ny nTthlnJ A AtlihiKf
tlihiKf on 0 Subject for or the Prennl PrennlPaymaster Prell n nIumnster nlnyntnster
Paymaster Declares He Will 111 Not XotDixcuKM Notlilecusa ot otIJlllcuJIII
DixcuKM Subject uhjcetCoulIt Couple Recently RecentlyKcturn lItcenU lItcenUHcturn itecenllyReturn
Return from Philippine Inland InlandMrs 1111111111Xra islandsMrs
Mrs William Tucker wife UE of l OpL OpLTucker oLTuclctW L LTucker
Tucker paymaster of the army arm in the tiltparlllMftt 1 1partment C Cpartment
partment of the Lake La who is Isba saidhave said tfl tflnave
ba have nave separated IIrat from her husband busbanclOM to lathe i ithe
the home of her mother Mrs 11 John Johnpn A sir 1 1gan h1i h1igsa >
gsa Thirteenth atd ail at d Clifton streets streetscity i tI iIcltr lt ltcity
city Mrs Tucker has been here heretime hftetime ease easetime
time Mrs Logan only returned from lroaaJtaclftc HH HHPacific hisPaclhc
Pacific Coast Wednesday At the Logs Logshome lArIIM lArIIMhome Ltitsaahome
home It is said that there Is notbiat notld t tgive tgive to togive
give out relative to the separation uf MrsTucker Mrs MrsTucker MnTuclw
Tucker and her husbandMrs husband husbandMrs UdKn
Mrs Tucker was formerly Miss > 118 Dolt DoIbWcan DoltLogan DoftTLogan
Logan She and CoL Tucker Tuc r were married marriedabout marriedabout parriedabout
about thirty years e811 ago a They have haveson hawlIOn ens enseon
son who Is now In the navy lacompatl IDCoUblUt lacoatpadbiilty lacompatlMUty
MUty blUt Is given ven in the reports re Oltll that hs hsbeen leashbeen w wbMn
been circulated as the reason for UM alheged al alleged IiseparatIOn ¬
leged separation separationCol separatIOnCuI separationCol
Col Tucker In Chicago ChlcHftoCM ChlcR ChicagoCol O OCot
CM Tucker Is I now ia Chicago C where bee beeWftlt at atwent ha hawest
went recently from ti W PMHppin Pd1lppiDe Uarn Uarnttme iiattlsome jam jamsome
some rime ago Mrs lucUr Yueh was sit also la lathe I Inthe I ItM
the islands with 1th her husband but leftseveral left leftseveral I
several months ago for the StatesAccording States StatesAccording StatesAeeordinr
According to the dispatches dispatch from Chicano Chi Chicago ¬ I
cano Col Tucker Tuck r Is not Inclined to dis discuss die di dicuss ¬ I
cuss the he misunderstanding between him himself himself ¬ I IIIflf
self and Mrs Tucker TuckerI I II
I have nothing noth of interest to say about aboutthe abortthe i ithe
the reports he said I do not care to todiscuss todiscuss I Idl
discuss dl the rumors that myself and wife wifehave wifehave
have separated separatedWhere teparatedWhere separatedWhere II IIhave
Where is Mrs Tucker be was WIt asked askedI
I cannot now discuss dl eU81ll that subject et the thecolonel tbecolonel thecolonel
colonel replied r Ued I do not care t te talk talkabout talkabout I
about Mrs Tuckers Tucker whereabouts whereaboutsDeclines wheraboutanl whereaboutsDeclines
Declines nl lIne to Dlscuss Dldou Dlllc Subject SubjectCoL SubjectCot I ICol
CoL Tucker was also asked eel If he would wouldt wouldekb wouldeither
either r deny gr codnn the report t of a aseparation aaeparatioa
separation separationI ration rationI
I do not care to talk about it BOW BOWif DOWIt nowIf
if you will permit me to put it that thatway thatay thatway
way wayCoL wayCot ay ayCol
CoL Tucker is the son of a once wealthy wealthyChicago wealthyCblca8D wealthyChico
Chicago man The father failed years yearsago yearsago ear earago
ago and the son entered the army He Hegained Hepined Hegained
gained fame as a soldier and is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wellknown officers of the service serviceMrs serviceMrs
Mrs Tucker could not be seen at the thehome thebome thehome
home of her mother last night nl ht Her sis sister altttr mater ¬
ter however ho Miss lss Logan explained that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was nothing DOthI to say 1 with regard to tothe t tthe tothe
the alleged alle ed separation at the present presenttime preeenttime presentArne
Foreign Secretary Coining to Make MakeZelnjns MakeZelnyns InkeZelnnII
Zelnjns Position Clear ClearNew ClenrNe ClearNew
New Ne Orleans June 1 iDon Don Jose Dolores DoloresGomez DolorEGomez DoloresGomez
Gomez Gomez minister of foreign regulations of ofI oCthe ofthe
I the republic of Nicaragua has arrived arrivedhere arrivedre arrivedhere
here re and leaves for Washington He is isgenerally Isgenerally isgenerally
generally credited with a mission from fromPresident fromPl8idettt fromPresident
President Zeiaya y 0 io > President Roosevelt Rooseveltexplaining ROOIICveltexplaining Rooseveltexplaining
explaining the formers position in Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral American affairs and denies that thatZeiaya thatZela thatZelays
Zeiaya Zela bad any intention of effecting e ecUn a aconsolidation atconlIOIldatlon aconsolidation
consolidation of the Central American re republics republl republics ¬
publics publicsIlls publl publlilia publicsHis
Ills aim Senor Gomez declares is elm simply elmplT almply ¬
ply to bring brln about permanent peace in inaccordance InAccordance Inaccordance
accordance with ith the treaty of Corlnto Corlntosigned CorlntoJrnd Corintosigned
signed last year by all the Central Amer American Amercan Amerlean ¬
can republics To that end a new treaty treatyhas treat treathaa treatyhas
has already a I read been signed s ned with Salvador Salvadorand Salvadorand Salvadorand
and a special report Dr Arguella ArgueJlaYar y yVart yFars
Vart had been n sent to Costa Rica to tosign toslsn tosign
sign a peace treaty with that republic republicZeiaya republicZelaa republicZelaya
Zeiaya will make a similar condition with withthe withthe withthe
the President of Honduras to be elected electedin
in November NovemberNO NombcrNO NovemberNO
Water uter Served at Catherine in Honor Honorof Honorof Honorof
of Gov TerrellAtlanta Terrell TerrellAtlanta TcrrellAtlanta
Atlanta Ga June 6 6flve Five hundred hundredprominent hundredprominent hundredprominent
prominent men representing all sec sections sectiona sections ¬
tions of the State gave a banquet to toretiring toretlrln toretiring
retiring retlrln Gov Go Terrell tonight at which whichnot whichnot whichnot
not a drop of winewas served Instead Insteadwater Instadwatr Insteadwester
water appeared appe red on the menu menu cards cardswhere car cardswhere s swbfre
where following UowlBS custom wine would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been beenWine l eenWine beenYlne
Wine liquors and the omnipresent omnipresentopening omnlprfsentopenl Omnipresentopening
opening openl cocktail were omitted at the ther therequest
r request lut u > t of Gov Go Terrell who declared declaredthat declartdthat declaredthat
that he wanted to attend one semipo semipolitical lomlpoUtica semipolitical ¬
litical banquet at which water wasvthc wasvthconly wttstheonly wag the theonly
only liquor liquorRev JllluorRev lhfuorRev
Rev M J Cofer a Methodist preach preacher ¬
er blessed bh ned the banquet Rev John K KWhite K KWhlt l lWhite
White a Baptist responded to a toast toastas toastas toastas
as did Rev C B Wilmer an Bpisco Episcopahian Bpiscopalian Bpleeopann
palian pahianThe palianThe pannThe
The banquet not only onI marked Gov GovTerrells GovTEIrplIs GovTerreils
Terrells retirement reUrem 1t but also his forty fortysixth fortysixth fortysixth
sixth birthday hlrthda He will be succeeded by byHoke byHoke byHoke
Hoke Smith who is a Prohibitionist Prohibitionistbut
but owns Piedmont Hotel whose palatial pala palatial palaUal ¬
tial bar became famous during the cam campaign campaln campalgn ¬
9125 Sl sl2 to Baltimore nod aDI Return ReturnEvery RcturnEvery ReturnEvery
Every Saturday and Sunday Sunda via Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsIvania Pennaylvania ¬
vania Railroad Tickets Tlckel8OOd good returning returninguntil r returninguntil turnlng turnlngunUl
until Sunday night All regular r ular trains ex except except except ¬
cept Congressional Limited LimitedLlbbey LimitedLibbey LimitedLibbeY
Libbey Co 6th St and N Y YAve Ave Avea
Defendant Wants V ants Part of ofComplaint ofConll ofCorsi1Ilaillt
Complaint Conll > laint Stricken Out OutEXTENSION OutEXTENSION OutEXTENSION
iDe Dc C Iancey Xicall XI COli Representing RepresentingHoward RelreentlnI Representingtoward
Howard Gould Calls Charges Chnr e Scan ScaniTirloiis ScnnIou Sennlous
iTirloiis Iou lous and IrrelcuntJIJlicntion IrrelcuntJIJlicntionlur Irrelevant Application Applicationfur
fur hxpurgnfing b ptirKntliiK of Records In Opposed Op Opposed 011vosed ¬
posed by Clarence Shcnrn Shcnrnew ShcnrnI Shenrnfew
I New ew York June 6 6TM The Gould separa separation esparaties para para8UIt ¬
ties snit had its first day in court today teniayJustice to4ayJuetJee todaywba
wba Justice McCall In the Supreme SepremeCourt S41premeOeart SupremeCaart
Court heard argument and a ad reserved Ae Aeon lie decibn ¬
cibn on the application of De Lancey LanceyJflcoll LanceyMeotl LanceyiIcoll
Jflcoll Meotl representing repr Howard Gould to tohave tohave toMite
have stricken rleken out as scandalous 1eA and ir irrelevant frrtIIeYant Irrelevant ¬
relevant certain parts of the complaint complainton conaplaintwhich
on which Mrs Katherine Clemmons demmonsGould ClemmonsGmald ClemmonsGould
Gould bases her demand for a legal epa separation eparation aeparation ¬
ration with permanent perm nent alimony Mr MrNteoll MrNicoli MrNlcoil
Nteoll also 11Io asked ed for an extension of f the thetime thetbne thetime
time within thin which hte client must answer answerthe aDeMrlIM answerthe
the charges in the complaint complaintThe complaintThe complaintThe
The main allegations that Mr Gould Gouldwould Gouldwould Gouldwould
would like to have expurgated from the therecord thereeont therecord
record read as follows followsThat foUoSTbat followsThat
That for more than two years prior to tothe tothe tothe
the commencement of this action the de defendant de defeD4ant defendant ¬
fendant Howard Gould caused the theplatetWf tbeplalat thepfabtW
platetWf plalat Mrs Gould a to be constantly constantlysurromded ce constantlysurrounded antly antly1WJe4
surrounded 1WJe4 to the plaintiffs wr home benM and andwherever aIIIIherever andwherever
wherever UM plaintiff sojourned rnH by byspies b band byspies
spies and detectives 4leteeu whose surveillance surveillanceof
of the plaintiff was a harassing annoy aaDOlanee annoysacs annoyance ¬
sacs ance a wanton and open insult and hu humiliation bumWallon hamiilation ¬
miliation of the plaintiff and was w so somaliciously 80mallclouiT sotnalkbualy
maliciously calculated and Intended by bythe bythe bythe
the defendant defendantTampers defendantTnmper defendantTnnapera
Tampers with Mall MallThat JlnlJThat MilsTht
That In August ISM 1 the defendant defendantcaused def8dantcaU8fd defendantcaused
caused his agent one Malioy to change changethe cbaae cbaaethe changethe
the lock upon the mall bag used by b theplaintiff the theplaintiff theplatnttir
plaintiff for the transmission transm of plaint plaintiffs pIaIntItrs plaintiKa ¬
iffs mall received at the poatofBce po at atPort atPort atPort
Port Washington and procured and andcaused andcaUPd andcaused
caused said Malloy to open read and in intercept Int intercept ¬
tercept t sealed letters addressed to plain plaintiff plalnUIr plaintiff ¬
tiff and to report to the th defendant the thecontents th thcontents thecontents
contents of same sameThat AIMThat sameThat
That during the years 1K lt06 IMC 1 and anddown andn anddown
down n to the commencement fllt of this ac action action action ¬
tion tion defendant maintained illicit and im immoral Immoral immoral ¬
moral relations with divers women of bad badcharacter badcharacter badcharacter
character and conducted himself In this thisrespect thisrtspect thisrespect
respect so openly and notoriously as to toinsult toI toinsult
insult I and humiliate and bring shame and andcontumely lIadeontumely andcontumely
contumely upon this tbl plaintiff plaintiffThere plaintiffThen plaintiffThece
There are many other charges cbAr H in the thecomplaint thecompllnt thecomplaint
complaint relating to the employment of ofBig DCDig ofBig
Big Bill Hawley nawle the exconvict e < convlct and andmembers aDdmembers andmembers
members of the police department to o try tryto tryto tryto
to manufacture a case of bigamy against againstMrs aa1R8tIrs againstltre
Mrs Irs Gould and to Goulds failure to sup support support support ¬
port her since sne September Setembr IWS 1 but bt Mr MrJCicolls Mrcolll MrStrolls
Strolls colll application applctlo did di not nt touch tou on o these theseHoward theseHoward
Howard Howr Gould Goul is IS apparently aprenty satisfied sU to tolet tolet tolet
let them the stand stn as sworn to by Mrs Mr Gould GouldThe GouldThe GouldThe
The application Aplicato was WfS opposed oppe by Clar Clarence Cla Claronce ¬
ence Shearn counsel counel for Mrs r Gould GouldGIRLS GouldGILS GouldGIRLS
Dr G W Drake 5Inkc Spectacular SpectacularFlKht Sleetncnlnr SleetncnlnrI SpectacularFight
Fight I ht against Osculation OncnlntionAtlantic Oculnton OculntonAtanti OsculationAtlantic
Atlantic Atanti City June 6 6Eucte 6Educated Educated fair fairones fairo fairones
ones o in the te womens colleges coleges of America Americaare Ameri Americaare
are ae kissing kl ng their lives Ivc away A1 declared declaredDr declaredDr
Dr G W Drake Drke home physician tthsll of the thefamous tMfamou thefamous
famous famou Hotline Holr Institute Intute of Virginia Ylrglni in inone InOR Inone
one OR of the most spectacular spectacula battles bt ever everwaged everwage everwaged
waged wage for and against glnst kissing kissng before fore the thepowerful thepowerrul thepowerful
powerful American Amrican Medical edicl Association Associationtoday AsiUon AsiUontoda Assoclatdontoday
today todayPretty toda todaPrety todayPretty
Pretty Prety studentOtave ave kissed klSed each ech other othergood othergood othergood
good morning gwPu g afternoon aferon and an good goodnight goodnight
night until unt they the have hle kissed kl e into being beingsome beingsome Ing Ingsme
some sme of the greatest gretest grippe gripp and an fever epidemics epi epidemics epidemics ¬
demics known In the country he contin continued conUnUO continued ¬
ued UO and An it Is high time tme that the doctors doctorsstep dotors dotorstp doctorsstep
step tp in and break brek up the kissing kising habit habitamong habi habitamong
among girls even If they the cant prevent preventlovers preventlovers lyent lyentlovers
lovers from indulging In osculation osculationDr oulaton oulatonDr osculationDr
Dr Drakes arraignment arrignment of kissing kisng was wasthe wasthe
the last gash of the attempt to medicate medicateaway meite meiteawa medicateaway
away awa the pleasure plesure of of the men and an maids maidsof maidsor maidsof
of earth however for a n resolution reolutin which whichfollowed whichfollowed bleh blehfolowed
followed folowed calling calng for or legal legal halting haltng of un unnecessary unneor unnecessary ¬
necessary neor osculation oulaton was killed kie dead dod be before before before ¬
fore It i could culd be put to a I vote ote by the em emphatic tmL tmLphatc emu emuphatic
phatic phatc noes n s of the younger members member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association associationTo assiaton assiatonTo
To assist a t in the death deth of the measure measureDr mesure mesureDr measureDr
Dr C AV Irion a young and handsome handsomedelegate handme handmecegate handsomedelegate
delegate cegate from rom Detroit Detroit declared delared his hi beliefthat belief beliefthat 1Mief 1Mieft1at
that t1at all l the legislation legislaton in the world could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not effect efet a stoppage stppge of the theancHnt ancient anhonorable and andhonorable Mndhonorable
honorable pastime of kissing Dont
lstme kl5lnS un undertake undertke undertake ¬
dertake dertke to buck Dan Cupid he said saidunless si saidunless
unless you ou are looking for a quick and andsure andsure andsure
sure death for the American Medical Iedll As Association Assiton Association ¬
sociation siton No man or sot of men have haveever hc hcever haveever
ever been ben able to balk the little lte god gd and andit andIt
it is certainly certalnl not up to us to undertake undertakesuch undertakesuch undertakesuch
such a a job at this time timeClient UmeChenl timeClient
Client Excursion to harpers Ferry FerryMartlnntuirx Feronnrtnllhur Ferrylnrtlnsburg >
Martlnntuirx nnrtnllhur Berkeley Urrkcle Spring Springand 5prlnJ Springsand
and Cumberland Cumhcrlnnl
806 80 a m Sunday SundR June 9 from Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltmore Baltmoreane Baltimoreand
and ane Ohio Station Staton Washington Wahington D C CRoundtrip CRoundtrp CRoundtrip
Roundtrip Roundtrp rates rtes to Harpers Ferry and andMartinsburg andMarthnsburg
Martinsburg 1 to Berkeley Springs SpringsS1J6
S1J6 136 to Cumberland Cumb d 52 Splendid Sp endid oppor opportunity opportuniy opportunity ¬
tunity tuniy to spend sp nd a day in the country countr at atsmall atsmal atsmall
small smal expense expenseThe expenseThe expenseThe
The Washington Vnsblnrton Herald ernIlt liy Mall MallDaily MailDaily nl
Daily Dal7 one on month 25 cents centsDally cent centsDaily
Dally Dly and Sunday Sundn one month 36 3 cents centsDaily cents centsDaily
Daily naly one year 300 300Dally 30 310Dally
Dally Daly and Sunday one year ear 1130 1130This SU SUThis lSl lSlThis
This includes postage pOtnge to any part of the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States Sttes and or Canada CanadaFloorinc Canada CanadaFloorln CanadaFlooring
Flooring Floorln N C Heart J200 200 20 per 100 1ot ft
Sine Slut SIl Lifer Remained lIenutlcel Twenty TwentyHouri Twcnty10ur TwentyHours
Hours 10ur Under Floor of Shoe Shop ShopNew ShOll ShOllNew ShopNew
New York June tAter 6After After keepers keepershail keper keperhad keepershad
had ransacked all al the buildings bUldlnga and andgrounds anl anlglBf andgrounds
glBf grounds In Sing SnK Sing prison prisn for twenty twentyhours twentyho twentyhears
hours ho Bldwell Bdwel Fluss Fu a life lfe convict cnvict who whodisappeared whodisppae whodisappeared
disappeared disppae at 4 oclock ocok yesterday aft afternoon af at t ternoon ¬
ernoon ern ernoon n was found at noon non today todayThe to todayThe dy dyTe
The Te search larb of Warden Wadfn Johnson JohD8n and andtho ad adto andthe
the to keepers kepn led le them Anally lnl to the th en enameling eAamllhi enameling ¬
amllhi ameling < room rm of the shoe sho shop not far farfrom Carfrom farfrom
from where the convict convct worked < rkM When Whenthree Vheathree ef efthre
three thre board brd had ha been bn rlpj rlP ripped > d up Flues Flusscrawled Fu Fucrawle Fluescrawled
crawled crawle from frm beneath bnNtb the flooring orlng and andstood aadtO sadstood
stood tO up and ad smiled ml He was asked askedhow nakedhow ked kedhow
how he expected expte to get outside ou lde the theprison theprlsDn theprison
prison walls without wihout detection deteUon but he heonly beonly heonly
only continued entnum to smile smie and al made no noreply J Jrepl noreply
reply repl
Flues is I a A alifer lifer ier so 8 his term te of Im Imprisonment Imprsonment Iraprisonment ¬
prisonment prsonment cannot caot be b extended xteA saM saMthe sakithe hi hitM
the warden waren > sad nd I dont know kI of any anyother AnyotMr anyother
other form of punishment JJnlsbmtt that Ut could e < be belegally beI belegally
legally I Jy Inflicted InflictedFluss InfletP InflictedFlues
Flues was 8 sent ent to t prison prisn for killing killingGeorge kni killingGeorge
George G rft Baker Bker a New Ne York saloon lon keep keeper kper keeper ¬
er whom whoR he shot bot for to refusing 49 to 0 sell sellhim leUhim sellhim
him a drink drnk He Is not well and al is i h be beIleved se selieved
lieved lv to he slightly slghUr demented dementedCASTRO demnte demnteCASTO dementedCASTRO
President lre lcent of Venezuela YeneJuclc In Message Messageto Iel ne neto
to Congress Con re Compliments Russell RusncllCaracas RUNeJ RUNeJCrc RussellCaracas
Caracas Crc June 2 via vi vta Trinidad Trinia June 9 9Congress 5CC 9Congress
Congress CC listened lltene yesterday YEtray afternoon afernon to toPresident toPrent toPresident
President Prent Castro Castr read his hi message mege His Hisvoice Ii Illsvoice
voice vi was W clear cler and an loud loudHe Ifu loudHe
He said sid that at an early date dte the th preferred pre preferred pr ¬
ferred f rr claims cli of the th powers power which took tookpart t tookpart
part prt In the th blockade bokd of o Venezuelan Yenln ports portsIn prt portsin
In 1MB 1 would wul be liquidated luie after aftr which wlth an anamount anamount
amount amnt similar miAI to that Bet aside 1 for fr the thepayment tbeJymnt thepayment
payment Jymnt of o these th claims cA would k be b de devoted de devoted devoted ¬
voted to the payment pntol of remaining remln for foreign fo fon foreign ¬
eign n claims cll He added ad that tht diplomatic diplomaticrelations diplomaticrelations
relations r4 with 1th France and a Colombia Cob were werestill wereeli werestill
still eli interrupted Interptl but Venezuela Veul was mak making mk mkI maklag ¬
lag I efforts eort8 to obtain on their thr renewal renewalThe renewl renewalThe
The President Prnt highly hihly complimentedWilliam complimented complimentedWilliam complmented complmentedWiim
William Wiim W Russell RUI the American Amcn Min Minister Mislater la lalater ¬
later for the affable alable and an conciliatory conciliatorymanner clator conciliatorymanner I
manner malr hi which wbch he h had hd conducted eonducM diplo diplomatic diplomatte ¬
matte mtI matters Diplomatic Dpmtc relations relaUO with withother withother Rh RhDther
other countries countrle Senor Sno Castro C8t added ad were wereexcellent wereexcellent r rexcer
excellent excellentAIR excer excellentAIR nt
Boats Iont Rescue IICccut Lincoln Heachey Enche from fromDcntli lromDcnth fromDcnth
Dcnth in IIOBton UI tou Harbor HarborBoston Inrhlr InrhlrJune HarborBoston
Boston June IAfter After an a exciting exctn trip tripover t tripover
over oYr Greater Grter Boston t in his airship air Lin Lincoln Uncoin Lincoln ¬
coln Beachey Bchr of San Sn Francisco Jrant dropped droppedwith dr droppedwith
with his hi flying jbin fiyhn machine machin Into the t water waterbetween wat watbwen waterbetween
between bwen Xahant ahnt and Revere Rere Beach ach this thisafternoon tblaatfrn thisafternoon
afternoon and was rescued by four boats boatswhich boatswhich
atfrn an ru
which blh had hd been bn chasing cln his disabled dbled air aircraft aircrft aircraft ¬
craft crft for fo half hlf an hour hourHe h hourHe
He le was carried crr several aef1 miles m m I In the th di direction I dlrectlon ¬
Then be got tem temporary tearporary ¬
rection r1 of Boston Btn light It T b p
pry porary control ct of the machine mhin again and sndsailed andcaned
sailed e over O r Xahant Nahnt and an finally fn a mile mil off offRevere o oRevere
Revere Beach Bh he dropped dr Into Ito the th water waterThe waterThe te
The Th boats bt which wblh had started Jrted after attf Mm Mmwhen himwhen
when he wobbling in the air atrabove airabove
whn b was wl seen s woUu I t ai
above abe Wlnthrop Pnhr soon ln reached rM him h aafi aafififteen gas gasfifteen
ship fifteen Ife Ip on minutes mlutE shore shoreOn J shoreOn later lt had b him bl and aD his air airship ar arIp airship ¬
On the t way to the th Common Com be circled circledhis crl circledhis
his h airship twice twc around rn the th State Ste House Housedome Housedone
dome d and aD dropped dr a message ae for fO Gov GovGuild GovGuild
Member lemh N of o the Two Tnn CoiniuisnIoiiN CoiniuisnIoiiNCreated CnmmblonCrcn ConuuiaslonsCreated
Created Crcn teel to He Ic Named nined Soon SoonAlbany SoonAlbany on onAT
Albany AT June Jun 1 I Gov Hughes Hur today todaysigned tT tTsge todaysigned
signed sge the public publi utilities utltte bill MILThe billT billThe
The T measure mrr provides prvc for the appoint appointment apnt apntmt appointment ¬
mt ment of two t 0 commissions commi of five f mesa memtbe mesahers
br hers ebne eachone for Yew ew Yok York Cty City and andthe
the U other oUte for the remainder mler of o the State StateThe Stte StteThe StateThe
The salary lr of each ech commissioner CfUn is 1 lo loa B5980 B5980a
a I year yer and an his h term ten of office oc Is I five le years yearsThe yearsThe er
The governor 8 mr will wi probably pbbly announce annce his hisappointments hisappintmnt hisappointments
appointments appintmnt to t the two t commissions co next nextweek nxt nxtw nextweek
week w k They Thy will 11 take te office olce on July Ju111 1 suc succeeding I Icn succeeding ¬
ceeding cn both bth the present p < nt State railroad railroadand rlrd rlrdan railroadand
and an State Stte gas a commissions commissionsSPLITS comwlonsSPLITS commissionsSPLITS
Atlanta Atanta Baptist aptist Church in Arms ArlanAbout ArmsAbout Ars ArsAbout
About Rev Mr Barnwell Barnwell3Ien Barwel BarwelIcn BarnwellMen
Men Icn Stand Iij h Eloquent Preacher Preacherand PreAchernn1 reachernnl
and Drag Dra Off Of Husband lulChnnd Who WhoSlaps ho hoSI1IC hoSlaps
Slaps SI1IC the Divine DivineAtlanta DhI DhineAtlanta e eAtt
Atlanta Att Ga G June JUD 1Ttoe IT admitted att at attempt a attempt ¬
tempt tp of Rev Re George G Barnwell DrL pastor pastorof pastorof
of o Englewood wo Baptist Dp Church Ct to t get p a akiss ak akiss
kiss k from fr pretty pty Mrs n Clara C London L wife wifeof wifeof o oof
of the t Sunday Suu school superintendent innt has hasput haspt hasput
put pt the th congregation Csrgt by b the t ears ef and andcongregation andtoRy andtoday
toRy all almost caused eu a meeting Uf of t tconlf8tl the thecongregation
congregation conlf8tl to consider C the matter mter to tobreak tobek toriot
break up In Ca CaRev a riot riotRev
bek I rt rtRev
Rev Mr I Barnwell Brwl who bo Is I married rr and aadhas andhas
has h children chilren tried tre to get et a kiss k two twoweeks t tw twoweeks
weeks w s ago al during the absence a of Mrs MrsIx MrsLondons r
Ix Iuns Londons > udons husband hubDd The preacher pah called calledat call calledat
at the Loudon Lun home hom at night n bt and a ac according according according ¬
cording to Mrs Mrs London Luo said s My how howsweet ho hoswet howsweet
sweet swet you yu are give ge me m a kiss k and andtried andtried
tried tr to take the kiss kis he asked ked for forMrs forMr forMrs
Mrs Mr Loudon Lun dodged ded the t parsons prn smack smackand smackand
and says ss she ordered Drlr him hm from from the th house houseMr hOe hOeIrl houseMrs
Mr Mrs Irl Loudon Lo tokl her husband huu when whn he hereturned hereturned
returned returne and the th tbn < n trouble trub began Mr MrLoudon MrLondon r rwudon
London called cle on Rev nt Mr Barnwell rJweU and andthe andthe
the latter ltter said ld he was only joking lo when whenhe whn whnh whenhe
he h asked uk4 Mrs rs Loudon Luon for a kiss kl The Thehusband Thehusband
husband hutn stormed storme at the th preacher preher and andsoon andsoon
soon 8n 801 8 members member of the church churh were weresplit weresplit
split spl into Loudon Loon and Barnwell Brnwel factions factionsToday fActlol factionsToday
Today church held heldto heldto
Tody a great meeting metn was ws
to consider ollder the matter mter at which the thepreachers thepreachers
preachers prlcbers friends frinds were In the majority majorityWhen mjriy mjriyWben majorityWhen
When IxMtdon IOon realized rele this thi he I walked to towhere towhere towhere
where Rev Re Barnwell Brel sat t slapped slpped the thepreachers thepreechera
preachers preaers jaws and denounced denune the thepreacher theprecher thepreacher
preacher precher as a wolf wOl in sheeps sheps clothing clothingThe dotblngfhe clothingThe
The preachers prMhrs friends seized z London Loudonand Lun Lunand Londonand
and dragged raSsed him away Several Snrl blows blowswere bowt blowswere
were struck trk and a free lr fight fght was s only onlyaverted oly olyaverte onlyaverted
averted averte by b a few cool cl members membersThe member membetoThe
The Th men of the congregation c gtin are ae almost almostunanimously almostunanimously
unllnlmousl for Rev Re Barnwell
unanimously BrnweU BrnweUwo lhdgewood Edge Edgewood
wood wo Baptist BapU t Church is one oe of the largest largestIn
In the city clt and an the Rev Re Barnwell Brwell Is Isnoted Isnote Isnoted
noted note for his eloquence eloquenceIlnltlinnrc elune eluneUnlUmore eloquenceBnithnore
Ilnltlinnrc and nnl Return Ictur ReturnBaltimore 12 12Italtiinnrp 1 1llhnorr
Baltimore llhnorr and III Ohio H It R REvery I REvery
Every Ever Saturday Sturay and an Sunday Sundl All trains trainsboUi trainsbOUI trainsbout
boUi ways way both days except excpt Royal Lim Limited LlmI Limited ¬
ave ited I City CI offices ofce HIT Ui 141 G at It and an 619 6 Pa Paave PLave Paave
Attachment Atnchmlnt for Quarter Qlnrtcr Million MillionBoston MillionBoston llon llonBoston
Boston Jayne J ine fi 6On On petition petton of ofCharle oCCharle ofCharles
Charles Charle F Choate Choate jr for Henry Henr J JRunkle JRunklt JRunkle
Runkle Runklt in the 500980 iHI 180 suit ult against Ftlnst Al Albert AIbert Albert ¬
bert C Burrage Burrage Charles D Burrsge Burrsgeand Burr Burrsgeand ge geand
and Thomas Thons W v Lawson Lw8n involving InOIln al alleged aIlgd alleged ¬
leged dealings dealngs of the parties partes in the Arimex Ari Arimex Arlmex
mex Oxide and other copper cop r companies companiesthe compnie companiesthe
the superior court has ha granted grnte a ape special apeclal p ¬
cial attachment of 250800 uof O on the thegoods theuds thegoods
goods uds effects efett or credits credis of A C Bur Burrage BurrgE Burrage
rage rgE In the hands or possession pesion of certain cer certain certain ¬
tain insurance companies companiesFlooring cmP8nles cmP8nlesFloorIng companiesFlooring
Flooring Very Ver Pretty Prct 200 3 O per 100 10 ft
Wealthy V ealhy New N cw Yorker Y olker Struck Struckby Struckby Struckby
by Trolley I rrolle roley 3 3WIFE t Near Albany AlbanyWIFE AlbanyYIFE
Partcipation Participation in Endurance Encurance Test TestHas TestHas Testhas
Has Traffic Tragic End EndFrench EndJrcnch hidFrench
French Hncer Iaecr Preparing PrelJrln for or Em Einperors EmIlerorl Emperors
perors Ilerorl Cup Event Killed 1llee1 Speeding SpeedingOver Sl1cedlnJ Speedingliver
Over U1er MlKlMTny 11 llr nt 9amile < J < > mlle mie nn Hour HourClip 10ur 10urCUIICnr hourClipCar
Clip CUIICnr Car Strikes Strlke1 Tree In Attempt Attempting AUemptIn tttempting ¬
ing In to Avoid Aolc RnnitiiiFC RUlnlu Dxwn qwn TwoCarts Two TwoCarts 10 10Oarts
Carts Which Were ere in the Path PathAlbany Patl PatlAlbny PathAlbany
Albany Albny N N Y June Jun CCettcf 0Clarence Clarence Mc McKenaie McKenale 11
Kenaie Xe president nt of the t Standard S Brako BrakoCompany BrakoC BrakeCompany
Company C pDY 1 18 101 West Wet Sixtysixth 8tlth atrp atrpNew strpNew strew strewNew
New York yo City Cty was instantly bttn y killed kie t tnight tn tnn tnight
night n t when bn the tb automobile aut In which h hwas hII hs hswas
was a passenger gt WM w struck str by a ear earof cr carof
of o the th Albany Alny and 1 Hudson Iun ripstrfeiin ripstrfeiinMcKeniie Alin AlinteKenafe 1n 1nMcKenue
McKeniie had b been bn Jtt tfon on a snailramble small smallrumble n1
rumble rbe seat t of a < 2 horsepow borp r Corhii Corhiiantotaobile Corh1 Corh1lutu Corhitautomobile
automobile lutu of o the runabout rbut type typ drtvu drtvuby drl drly i iby
by James JaJ Swan Swn of New e Britain Bin Connthe Conn Connthe Connt
the t automobile autm being b No a I in the endursnce endur endurance ndll ¬
ance a contest Ct which whih the t New Ne York Motor MotorClub 1IotnrC MotrClub
Club C was ws conducting eau from lr New York to toAlbany f fAlbny toAlbany
Albany Albny The T roads rd med bad b been b very fer bad bd on onaccount 0 0aont onaccount
aont account of the tb rain rn that t had h fallen falen d r dur durittg ur urine u r ¬
1 ittg ine the afternoon aen and an Swan S was wa hur hurrying hu hurrying ¬
mi rying toward tow Albany Aly along al the th State St roa1 roa1There roat roalThere
There T Is I a slight sllt downgrade dwg on 0 the tbf road roadbefore roa roadbefore 1 1I
before bo it C crosses the 1 tracks tk of o the Albany Albanyand Albat Albata Alharyand
and a Hudson Hu ttn l line at grade 8d and S1 Swau Swaucould S a an ancould I Iruk
could ruk not n see the trolley triy car er approaching approachingon apahing apahingo
on o his h left lef from fr Albany bnT in time Um to stop Itop h Ins Insmachine hismchin s smachine
machine mchin as a the t Clinton etO Heights Helbte Hotel Hot hid hidthe hi1th hidthe
the th trolley trl y car from fr view vi until 1tl IIP hI wis wiswithin w s swithin
within Itl seventy 8ventfte five fet fe of o the th track trackThe trackT trackThe
The T automobile auob had hd almost alm crossed crtP thetrack the thetrack thetr
track when the struck it and MoKrn MoKrnze McKcnsie
tr wh car cr Ik It It an Mdtn Mdtnwu
ze sie was thrown tbrw forty to feet tet over otr the wire wirefence wirefence ire irefen
fence fen against a pole MM until t killed kl led InstancyThe InetanMy InetanMyTh Inltant
T The Th driver of the th p automobile autol was ws pitches pitchesout pltchei pltcheiout plt h d
out but bt not nt seriously lr hurt hurtWtdoiv bur hurtlVIiloir
Wtdoiv Ielo Also 1iO Seeks Seel DentinNew Death DeathIt DenthNe
Ne New YDr York Ju June tsit cI It was wa learned lem d dnit M Mnight r rnight
night nit that Mrs rs Kensie tried tred to take takf r rown row rown
own ow life Uf after aftr she sh had ha been b told tol over ofr tin tinphone tl tlpf th9phone
pf phone that tha her husband hubnd was killed ki in inautomobile t tautomobile ti tiau
automobile au endurance Edur run r and lies lis it In a aserious asr aserous
serious sr condition Cltn at her hr apartments anrEnt + t tS te ta0
S a0 West e Eightyeighth Ebtfth street ert in the th n < era eraof < ra raof reor
of a trained tr nurse nun and an a doctor doo Her r rcorery r rcovery Tcov >
covery cov is i doubtful doubtful She S fell fel in a faint i ithe 1tb tthe
the tb floor d when whn told tol of o her h husband hUSbT11 hUSbT11at husbanddeath < l M Mdeath
death and when wb n rtrived by b her mother motherMrs motl motlM motrMrs
at B IY b
Mrs M Brasier Bi broke bke away from fr her tl tltried t 11 11tre < l ltried
tried tre to throw thrw herself bn from fl the fr lrflt lrfltww frt tt ttwindow t twindow
ww wwIreneh
French Hncer KilledParis Killed KilledParis
1IJecl 1IJeclP
Paris P June JU 1 IL tLewis Lewis Orasser Grf Grease aged twtyAve tw t n ntyflve ntyftve
tyflve years 1 was killed J today toy in m mautomobile II uaatotnobils IIaalt
I automobile aalt accident acL He H was testing tetng tetngpwe a a1fi3 v vK9horsepower
K9horsepower 1fi3 heraepower pwe car preparatory pntor to the tht r i a efor afor 6f
for f the Emperors Epr Cup Cp on the te Laumj Laumjcircuit Llnl LlnlcbuL Lnun + it itcircuit
circuit cbuL He speeded 5e from fr Mantes Mat to B Bnleres EDle Bn Bnnieces
nieces Dle a distance cn of twelve twde mf miles in flu fifteen f fluteen f ft ¬
teen t minutes As he approached turn
mue abe a tur a at nthe i ithe
the t road r he l saw s two tw carts c He tried trie t ta j javoid iavoid
avoid a then the and a m I In doing d so swerved f frnt frntthe fr lr1 m mthe
the t road r and hit ht a tree te To Tl car turned turnedover tump tumpOd turn Pd Pdover
over Od and a fell fe on o Grease GI k kis him T1 T1tb TrIs
spot s is the tb fifth Af fatal fat accident aint 08 o the same samesnot Stnes StneIJURED am amspot
Count Area and Count KoenlfrMiinrlc KoenigsutnrleMeet KoenlfrMiinrlcMeet
Meet with Ith Accidents AccidentsBerlin Acellnt AcellntBrln AccidentsBerlin
Berlin Brln June 8 IT 6The The second day da of tho thoautomobile th3automobile tcautomobile
automobile race for the > Herkemer Prize Prizefrom Priz Prizfrom Prizfrom
from Dresden to Frankfort produced far farther frrther 1 1ther ¬
ther accidents today Count Arro or orof one oneof IJ IJof
of the arbiters had a ringer crushed ni nithe 0t1M tithe
the gear r of a car He was taken tr t l lttopttaL > a ahospital ahospltaL
hospital Count Koenigsmarks car tum tJno tJnoa l lnit
a somersault lIOfIte nit down a hill and his m mchanic Inchnlc mchanic < >
chanic was injured The accidents nri nrithe 1 r1 r1the 1 1the
the hindrance hindra to traffic are causing m mutcry 11euttt n noutcry
outcry to have the race stopped stoppedI stoppedPOPE stoppedPOPE topptdt topptdPOPE
t I
Dr Dr1 J T K Crouch Created Commander COmmall1fIo Comma lit pr prof ¬
o of Knighthood 1III hthnocl of St Gregory GregorySfHcM Greor Greorsdal Gregoryt
SfHcM t to The Vashtagton Herald HenUBaltimore iimidBaltimore I IBaltimore
Baltimore Md June iPope Pope Pius Pit X Xhas xhu Xhas
has created Dr John Francis Crouch r fthis rthis rthis
this city a commander comman r of the > Knight Knlghthn1 Knlghthn1of ho hoof
of St St Gregory G IT the Great and in purr purronce pmoC >
once of instructions from the Pont Pont1Cantlnal Pontlf PontlfCardinal IT ITCardinal
Cardinal Gibbons conferred the hcinr hc ior tl tlauernoon thu thuafternoon 11 11apernoon
afternoon at St Josephs Monastery it itIrvlngton t tIn1qton tIrvington
Irvington IrvlngtonThe In1qtonTIie IrvingtonThe
The ceremony was strictly private T Tdecoration Tdeeoratkm Tdecoration > >
decoration consists of a large octagon octagonal octagonalgold octagotllKOId I Igold
gold cross tt08l bearing In its center up u n lred a ared t tred
red background the portrait of St Grg Gregory Grgory
ory the Great With this decoration decorati na nauperb > a asuperb asuperb
superb uniform and a sword are worn on onstate tt ttstate I Ista
state sta te occasions by the t he Knight Knightmanders Kn night h t e emanders tmanders
manders The decoration is rarely rn1 rarelyferred con conferred 1 1ferred ¬
ferred and only for distinguished merit 1fri il1 il1letter n rtletter nletter
letter science s Cf or art Among the prie priepresent priers priersArent i int
present nt at the Investiture was Rev Rt J D DMarf DXarr DMai
Marf Xarr Mai of Washington WashingtonJUDGE Wuhl WashingtonJUDGE on onJUDGE
Confederate Vctcrau tera Falls from fromTrain frOln1rnln fromTrout
Train at Kasley KnICle S S SNew C CNew C CNew
New Orleans June 6Judge Judge J S Bu Bssler Busier B B8Ier > ¬
sier a Confederate veteran from New XetvOrleans XewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans while > returning rMurnl from th the Con Confederate 0n 0nfederate 1 1ledert ¬
federate federate reunion at Richmond Va foil foilfrom foilfrom iI iIfrom
from the train at Easier S S C c and was waskilled waSkilled waskilled
killed killedHe killedHe killedHe
He was the son of Capt Bossier Bou r a adistinguished adiaUngulahed adistinguished
distinguished officer In the Turkish and andFrench indFrench n J JFrench
French wars He Hea was born in Phila Philadelphia Phlltdelphla Phtladelphis ¬
delphia and moved to Louisiana Loul Jana when hen a achild achild achild
child He was only fourteen when ha haentered h hentered heentered
entered the Confederate army armyANARCHISTS ann annANARCHISTS armyANARCHISTS
ANARCHISTS HAVE NEW FLAG FLAGInternational FLAGInternntinnnl FLAGInternational
International Croup Puts Il1t Single SingleWhite Shl SingleWhite lc lcWhite
White Star In Red Field FieldChicago JlchlChlca FieldChicago
Chicago Chlca June 6 5The The red flag of an anarchy 311arehy anarchy ¬
archy is s to be changed Group 9 the themilitant themilitant themilitant
militant branch bran h of the International InternationalAnarchist InternationalAnarchist 1 1narcbi8t
Anarchist Society has decided to put putlarge a alarge alarge
large white star in the flags centr centerAt centrAt centrAt
At Its meeting m tln last night it was d dcided dn dncldd icided >
cided to have a flag fta over o over er which no dis dispute di diJtut4 Iispute ¬
pute a sus to its meaning could cu l be raised raisedThe ritdTh raiscdThe
The Th red in the flag is symbolical of ofthe orthe f fthe
the red blood in the human veins and andalso andalso
also stands for the brotherhood of ofman orman ofman
man declared Lucy Parsons widow ot otAlbert otAlbert ofAlbert
Albert Parsons who was s put to death deatiifor c1EQtilfor deathfor
for participation in the Haymarket riot riotof riotof riotof
of 1SSS lSS We should have a flag that thatstands thatstands thatstands
stands for something more than soft softheaded softI1Mdoo softhanded ¬
headed socialism and religious fanatU fanatUeism ranatlelsm fanaticlam
clam said the advocate of the lone star starIn sta staIn stardo
In the flag flago00
000 Weekend cekIncl Excursions KimrslonsBaltimore ExeurlloDIBkltlmore ExcursionsBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio to Atlantic Seib Se dbnarcl dbnarclresorts 1Y ard ardresorts Dr t treeorts
resorts Every Ever Friday and Saturday returni re reuntil returntncr
turntncr turni until following followtn Tu Tuslve T s ay y in iu iulive u ustve
live Consult oneult agents for particulars particularsLlbbey pertl partftulursLlbbey ulurs ulursLlbbe
Llbbey Llbbe d Co 6th St and N Y Ava A

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