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THE H WASHINGTON W HERALD MONDAY dONDA Y JUNE 24 1907 l vj
jFIGIITOBAIIKIIEAD jFIGIITOBAIIKIIEADGovcrnojto FIGHT ON BANKHEAD BANKHEADG
GovernortoOpposcConiirina GovernortoOpposcConiirination G Govcrnojto ovcrnorto Oppose COl1firma COl1firmation Coifiruiatioii
tion of Man He Named NamedCOMER NmncdC01lIER NauiedCOMER
COMER HAD TO CHOOSE HIM HIMAlnlminnn HIMInbnmn HIMUnbnina
Alnlminnn Inbnmn Executive Opposed to torinn toPlnn toFinn
Finn of Xnmlng Xn miner Alternate Sena Senator Senntor Seitabr ¬
tor hat HOT flows to Wlslicw h llct of Party PartyControls lart lartControl lnrtyControlii
Controls II SO Per Cent or Legisla LeglllluturcExConJrcH8UlRn LegisluttireExCongrcssuinii Legislature ¬
ture turcExConJrcH8UlRn BxConRrcKsiimii nt Work WorkBirmingham WorkBirmingham orle orleBIrmingham
Birmingham Ala June 21 DAlabama DAlabamaIs Alaba Alabais Asbsma AsbsmaIs
is witnessing the anomalous condition of ofa ofa ofa
a governor working to have tl United UnitedStates UnitedSlates 17idtedStates
States Senator deposed after ter he has ap appointed appoInted appointed ¬
pointed him himObeying himObeying himObeying
Obeying the command of the Democratic Democraticvoters Democrt1coters moctlc moctlcoters
voters oters Gov Comer on Monday appointed appointedexCongressman appointedexCongreteman appointedexCongreaemen
exCongressman John II Bankhead as assuccessor usucceMOt s ssucceeeor
successor to Senator Morgan Bank Bankhead Bankhead Dankhead
head In the last primary election had hadbeen hdbeen bedbeen
been chosen alternate Senator to be beappointed beappointed beappointed
appointed in case of Senator entor Morgans Morgansdeath JdorlfRnsdeath Moranadeath
death and It was W a duty the governor governorwas governorwas eroor eroorwas
was bound to perform performIt
It ie by no means certain that th t Bank Bankhead Dukhead Dankhoed
head will ill get the confirmation of the leg legislature legIslature legIslature ¬
islature when It reconvenes July H 1t how however howeer however ¬
ever everBankhead eerBankhead everBankbead
Bankhead is known to represent inter interests Interests IntereSts ¬
ests not in line with 1th Gov Comer and It Itmay Itma Itma
may ma be that the governor will lead the thefight thefight thefight
fight against his confirmation e BJ1d d for the theelection tMelection theelectIon
election of some other o r man whom hom the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor favors favorsThere fa0J8Tbere favorsThere
There are those who contend cont that the thelegislature thelegl thelegislature
legl legislature lature being simply in recess and not nothaving nothaI notlavtng
having haI adjourned the governor has no noright noright noright
right to make the appointment Again Againthere AIImthere Againthere
there are many who say 1 the governor governorhimself pv governorLimseif nor norJlm
himself Jlm elf has an eye on the place and may mayrxert RIA RIAnert mayexert
exert his influence In uence to swing the office his htaway hisW3 hisway
way W3
Was RIII Opposed to Plait PlniiFriends PJnnFriends PlaitFrlends
Friends of the governor point out that thath thath thathA
h hA wu bitterly opposed to the alternate alternateSenator alternateSenator alternatesenator
Senator plan from its inception and that thatagreed thatl
1 agreed to accept pt its provisions only onlywhen onlywhen onlywhen
when the Democratic State executive com committee committee 005rnltteo ¬
mittee made it plainly known known that h hwould he hewould hewould
would not otherwise be placed on the theDemocratic theDtamocra theDernocratlo
Democratic Dtamocra o ticket ticketRather ticketHather ticketRather
Rather than disrupt the party MiTt he heyielded hejlded heyielded
yielded yieldedGov yieldedGov jlded jldedGov
Gov Comer proved at the January Juuarrsion see session seeFifl ¬
sion ef f the legislature that be controlled controlledso controlledper
so per cent of the legislature The situ situation sitution sltuation ¬
tion therefore te 1 narrowed to the point pointof pointor pointof
of Bankhead being be4n able to overthrow the theComer tbeComer theCorner
Comer Influence with the legislature legislatureThis legislatureThill legislatureThis
This he has already begun to attempt attemptby attempthy attempthy
hy sending to members of the legislature legislaturepome It legislatureome > platureome
pome ome weeks ago a circular cI ular letter point pointing pointIng pointlug ¬
ing out what he considered the moral moralright J QI1Iright nwlright
right of the legislature 8latu to give him the theS theS theSnatorshp
S Snatorshp ° natorahlp nator blp In case of a vacancy vacancyOpinion vacancyOpinion vacancyOpinion
Opinion on the Issue seems divided in inAlabama InAlabama InAlabama
Alabama Some contend that the legisla 1e8I8Iature legislature legislature ¬
ture is I not mentioned in the plan of Sen eaatrlal Senatorial senatonal ¬
atonal succession and that that body bodyis bodyIs bodyIs
is in no way bound to elect Bankhead BankheadThey BankheadfhlJ BankheedThey
They declare that Comer will have done doneMs donehis donehis
his full duty dui when he makes the appoint appotatwnt appolntmnt appointnint
wnt and that the State legislature legislaturewould Jf8 legislaturewould Ilaturowould
would be weak to bow bo to a dictation of a afew aft afew
few ft > w men opposed to interests Intere u in power powerSny powerSn powerSay
Say Sn It In I LcslMlntnreft Duty DutyOthers Dut DutOthen DutyOthers
Others however Insist that Bankhead Bankheadis
is the choice of the people of Alabama Alabamafor Alabamafrr Alabamafor
for the office and that the legislature legislatureexpressing 1egJ legislatureexpresslag lature latureExpreulng
expressing the will of the people is i bound boundto boaddto bouddto
to elect the man they chose for the place placeJohn placeJohn placeJohn
John H BanKnead represented repr ted Ala Alabama AJabama Alabama ¬
bama in the national Congress for or twen twenty tWllt twenty ¬
ty t years ea ending March 4 1907 At the theprimaries tooprimaries theprimaries
primaries of August last year he was wasdefeated waadfPated wasdfeated
defeated by Capt Richmond Hobson o He Herecently lIeTftntJy Hereeently
recently was appointed a member of the theInternational thlInttrnatlonal theInternational
International Waterways Commission Comm lldO by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Roosevelt a position he still stillholds stillholds UII UIIIJolds
holds holdsHe IJoldsHe holdsHe
He is regarded as an astute politician politicianand politicianind politicianand
and is well ell known over Alabama It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was on the railroad question que Uon mainly malnl that thatIa that1e that1e
1e lost his place in Congretw to Capt CaptHobson CaptHob50n captHobson
Hobson but his election to the place of oCaltmate ofalternate
1 alternate Senator by such uch a handsome handsomemajority haJW handsomeriajor1ty ome omeraajorlty
majority shows his popularity popularityWEATHER popularityVEATHER popularityWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
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coast high enatbnw In to ty Mark the eastward ad adTn adTm adrn
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region r l on of o thunder showers mnafa rrmaha 1Ds w west t of c the theAppalachian tileAprladI theApsIs5itaa
Appalachian AprladI i iIma fS eieept In Yirpda and Xortb c cIiJ carsline
line IiJ where bfte heavy taN diowm fell I ThnndnstonM ala abofynirrM allolJmOd alaeiirrol
fynirrM in Alabama the Luke realm the Ohio Ohioand Obiand OhioaM
and Middle Miiaiarippi C SIiIIippi rallejr and XontaM oetaaa Low Lowadining Lowtm le letmterathne
tm tmterathne tuftI roadD rsnthne ba IclHo nab Utahad Xftada Xftadaadininr
adining ad thing regions Ounanf weather continues out outff eutr
ff r the t h Moray Mountain MountainShorvrs Containh MeantimeChers
Shorvrs h arc probable Monday and Twsday Tnr8da in the theLk theL theL
Lk L > I < region lon the Ohio Valley eHry Northern ortMm New Ne Neland Em
land and the northern portion of th the Middle At Atlimiie AtI Atlne
limiie I n State Slats High te t tepotnrrs prtam will continue eat etatcf eatc antGf
cf c the t Rocky Roeh Mountains t for the next t few date darsThe da dateThe
The win whaM alone the New nr Kngtond and Middle MiddleAtlantic > iIIdZOktantie idtlloI idtlloIAtlantic
Atlantic oneMi will be fresh aootheaat to aotitb aotitbrn IOI ioqthr b brn
rn r the South rsth Atlantic coast light to fresh lOath nothciF lOathtMI authtF4eTLT
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will ti i 1 haw light wntawcaurtjr 1 winds and fair wwtkcr wwtkcrto r rto
to the Grand G Oa Banks BanksLocnl BanbIocnl BankaLocal
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Temperatures III Other CHic CitlcnTempe CHicTIID CitiesTemperstisee
TIID Temperstisee Tempe t e fe other dUes ritiIe tocetber with UK UKamount Mam0ullt ueamrnt
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Little TitteReekA K R Ark B BMinjnette 31 31tJI1ftte N Nltreiiiette
Minjnette Mich ieII It i iMmphis It tI U
Mmphis Teas TeaaN TemtOr M 1 1N
N > w Orleans Or I IVw La fI t T TW PwYstXY
Vw W wYstXY York X Y YX It Ith N N Noh
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Om Omaha ha N XtIr fcr fcrrittahmv Ie I If
rittahmv Pit8h1 P PSalt Pa it 7 P
Salt Lake City Utah Ut K KSt II IISt i iStljiieMo
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Paris June 21 DTIle The Portuguese Lega Legation LeKRlion Legation ¬
tion here hf state stat that the troubles in Lis Lisbon Lisbon Liaboo ¬
bon a as detailed in Fridays dispatches dispatchesare
are entirely enUrel over and that the country count is isabsolutely Isabsolutely Isabsolutely
absolutely calm King Carlo baa gone to toAbrante toAhrantetl toAhrantes
Abrante where be WM enthusIastically enthuslaaticallywelcomed enthusla enthusIasticallywelomed tltaU tltaUI
welcomed > I omed Queen Amelia A 1Ia Is on board the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal yacht upon which wbJcbthe the King often oftenat oftenat oftenat
at this time of Ute y yi > ar r does ooean ooeanograpWc ooeanorapbtO oceanographk
ograpWc wot wart workI
I
FEAR FOR BODY OF PENN PENNIxcitcd PENNExcltctl PENNliaclied
Ixcitcd EiiRHilintnu EI1 lI11hmnn Sny 8u Says Americana AmericanaWould AincrlcnnrsYoiilt
Would 011111 HxhlliU unites n alii Relics RellcHLondon RclIcIILondon RelicsLondon
London June 23 ISome Some notion noll n of the thefear theftar thefear
fear of American enterprise enttrprl e entertained entertainedto
to certain quarters lart 1fJ may be judged from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the following amazing letter written by byDr b bDr byDr
Dr Rendel Harris one of the most dis distinguished dlstinUlllhed distinguhthe4 ¬
tinguished Nonconformist divines In Eng England England Engmoth ¬
land to the London Young Free Church Churchmans Chuchmans Churchmans ¬
mans League on the occasion of the an anmtttl annutd anansi
mtttl pilgrimage pU lmage to Pcnng Penn and Milton Miltoncountry MlltonJ MlltonJcountrr 3llltoncountry
country pt at t Jonlans and Chitlfont St StGiles SLGUfs St011cc
Giles Buckinghamshire ucklngham hlro lIe says saysBB No NoBe neysBe
Be careful not to let the Americans do doany doanr doany
any damage if they come with you 01 for forthey forther forthey
they hare plots laid to unearth William WilliamPenn WilliamPeDn WilliamPenn
Penn anti nd exhibit him as a relic in Phllu Phlludelphla Phllltdelphla Philudelphi
delphla This cannot be permitted They Theywill The Thewill Theywill
will also Iso want to cart away UK th house at atChalfent atChalfont atCbahfont
Chalfent where Eliwood tried to teach teachMilton teachlOton teachMilton
Milton lOton the doctrines of Paradise Re Regained Repined RenetL ¬
gained gainedDont pinedDont netL netLDont
Dont let tho Americans A rlcans carry carr that thathows that110M thathonse
hows off It qught to be government governmentproperty governmentImJperty governmentlwooerty
property I will buy bu it myself and nd pre present prlt prltent prasent ¬
sent it to the Free Church Chtl h Council CouncilIt
It is Inferred that Dr Harris who Is tepresident Ispresident ispreskient
president of the Free Church Council Councilthe Councilthe Councilthe
the J highest ghest honor In the churchs gift gifthas slethAS gifthas
has been reading the adventures of tho thoDuke thoDuke thoDuke
Duke of Abruzsl with the souvenir hunt hunters l1unterst huntera ¬
ers erst as recounted here hereFOOTBALL hEreFOOTBALL hereFOOTBALL
FOOTBALL ELEVEN ELEVENTO TO WED WEDWithin WED1thln WEDWithali
Within 1thln Ten Days Every Hcr Member of ofTonm ofren1U ofreztiit
Tonm Will Ilcooinc n llcncillct llcncillctPittsburs lleneilletPIUaburg IletietlictPlttsburg
Pittsburs June 3Thls Thls week MOk will be a abusy abusy abusy
busy time In the Ninth Intt ward where Cupkl Cupidhas Cupklhas Cupklhas
has been working overtime for months monthsWithin monthrlthln monthsWithin
Within rlthln the coming week thirteen mem members memben isembers ¬
bers of the famous Devlin football team teamwill teamin teamwill
will in be married Last year there was not nota notII nota
a married man on the team This coming comingfail comingfall comingLaji
fail fall will find them th m all married marriedAdolph mar martlolph marriedAdolph
Adolph tlolph Xeppach the pant tfant isnt center centerkicked conterkicked centerkICked
kicked off last Tuesday Tueeda by getting mar married Inarrieel marned ¬
ned to Mamie amle Miller and the announce announcement announcement announcemeet ¬
ment now no comes that the rest of the theteam tbeteam theteam
team will be married in bunches this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week weekXNOWLES weekKNOWLES weekKNOWLES
KNOWLES CONSULTS OCULIST OCULISTIxi OCULISTIbllfnJlntlon OCULISTlixpinantlon
Ixi IbllfnJlntlon > InMntlon of Ills HI Failure l to Have HnvcAudience I1ncudlcnce Havetudience
Audience lit n t Helgrrnile HelgrrnileVienna IIclgrnlleVI lchgrnlcVienna
Vienna VI nna June B ztTel Telegrams rams from Bet Belgrade Betgrade l lgrade ¬
grade state that King Peter and his hiscourt hiscourt hl hlcourt
court were astonished tonlllh by Mr Ir Horace l1 race G GKnowtoe GKnowle6 0Kiowtee
Knowtoe the American Minister not notappearing notappearlntr notappearing
appearing at a formal audience arranged arrangedfor arrangedfor arrangedfor
for Saturday and at the court dinner dlnn r to towhich towhicb towhich
which he had been invited Air Ir Knowles Knowlescame lnowlecame Knowlescame
came to Vienna on Friday to consult an anoculist ahocullt au auoculist
oculist and Is still here He says ys he heunderstood heundet8Wod heunderstood
understood the audience was as fixed for fornext forhext forheat
next week w k He will return to Belgrade Belgradetonight Delra Delratonight Belgradetonight
tonight and explain explainROOSEVELT explainROOSEVELT explainROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT MAY IAY RECONSIDER RECONSIDERJohn
John olin Temple Graves Says President PresidentWould PresidentWould PresidentWould
Would Run Again AgainOnly AgainOiuiy
Only Needs Assurance of Capturing CapturingOne CnptorluJOue CripturluugOne
One Southern S Slate < ntc It Is IsRumored IIIHumorcil IsItunuorcil
Rumored RumoredAtlanta HumorcilAtlanta ItunuorcilAtlanta
Atlanta Ga June SIf I could be bepositively Mpoaithel bepositively
positively assured of the electoral vote voteof voteof voteof
of a single e Southern State State I would odd glad gladly gladly gladly ¬
ly be a candidate tor the Presidency next nextyear next nextyear itextyear
year The above statement was wa made madeby madeb
by b President Roosevelt on Georgia Day Dayat Dyat Dayat
at Jamestown according to leading leadingGeorgia JeadlDgGeorgt leadingGeorgia
Georgia Democrats who were present presentRoosevelt preHatRoo prseentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo made his declaration accord according ac acCordlog rd rdIn ¬
log < to reports report to John Temple Graven Gravenfollowing Gravefltollolnb Gravesfollowing
following the wave of good feeling f llng at attendant Attendant attendant ¬
tendant upon the dedication of the Gear Georgia GGra Geargla ¬
gia a building a replica of the home of the thePresidents thePnlsldents thePr1sIdents
Presidents mother at Roswetl RoswetlPresident Ro ItoewelLPresident well wellPre81dnt
President Roosevelt Roo was carried away awaywith awa awaIth awaywith
with Ith enthusiasm upon the occasion lItlon and andGeorgians auOorgians aMGeorgians
Georgians present pre ent among whom were weremany wtreman weremany
many man wellknown politicians polltlcl shared this thtoenthusiasm thisentUtIIum thisentuMasni
enthusiasm It was h a love feast Polit Political 10111IellI Polkleal ¬
ical Issues and party pIIrt lines were forgotten forgottenEach for forgottenEach ottea otteaEach
Each man was as toasting the other and all allwere allwere allWere
were toasting the President PresidentSoon PresidentSoon PresidentSoon
Soon after aCt r this outbreak of enthusiasm enthusiasmJohn eatbuelumJohn enthusiasmJohn
John Temple Graves went w nt to President PresidentRoosevelt PrelldentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and urged u ed him to run for an another anot another ¬
other ot r term Mr 11 Roosevelt Roo it is J said was wasmoved wumoved wasmoved
moved by the plea but recalled his prom promise promi8e promlee ¬
lee made to the public following his elec election election election ¬
tion in lie 1904WHITNEY lieVHITNEY 1101WHITNEY >
WHITNEY FAVORS MERGER MERGERBowton tIERGERDOltoll MERGERlioston
Bowton Millionaire Democrat cJnocrftt Splits SplitsPnrty 5pllt8Inrt SplitsInrty
Pnrty Inrt by Stand Ilc line lIa Taken TakenBoston TnlcclIBofIton TnkcnBoston
Boston June 21 ztThe The public announce announcement announcement announcemeat ¬
ment by Henry M 1 Whitney WhUne last night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that he favored the merging of the Doe Boston Dolton Doeton ¬
ton and Maine Railroad with the theYork X New NewYork w wYork
York and New Nt > w Haven Railroad hae in inthe Inthe inthe
the opinion of many mlln politicians hopelessly hopelesslydivided hopeleselydivided hopelesslydivided
divided the th Democratic party and ruined ruinedwhat ruinedwhat ruinedwhat
what chances Mr r Whitney had of even evenreceiving evenreeelYing evenreceiving
receiving the Democratic nomination for forgovernor torgovernor forgovernor
governor governorGen I IGen IGeum
Gen Charles W Bartlett who Is I also alsolooking alsolooking 180 180looItlug
looking for the nomination came out outsome outJIOme outsome
some days ago as being strongly st roogl rongly opposed opposedto e eto
to the merger and his friends are very verygleeful veryleerul verygleeful
gleeful leerul over Mr Whitneys hlbN > Ys announcement announcementgood announcementthat announcementthat
that he believed lev Cl > the merger would be a a1J00tI agooti
good thing tbln for Boston and Massachusetts MassachusettsNearly MasenchuecttsNearly UMcbu tt ttNearlT
Nearly every eer one who lives on the floe Boston lJoIton floeton ¬
ton and Maine Railroad is eager to have havethe haethe havethe
the New Haven get control but the th poli politicians politlclans pollticisas ¬
ticians have raised a great hue and cry cryto cr crto cryto
to the effect Ct > that the th consolidation con olldatlon will willresult willresult willresult
result in Boston being made a way eta station slatlon etation ¬
tion and many people have believed It ItRAISES It ItRAISES itRAISES
RAISES PRICE OF RAILS RAIISSteel RAILSStccl RAILSSteel
Steel Trust May JIa Clash with Ienn Iennwvlvnnla IcnnPI lcnnsylvania
wvlvnnla PI hnnJa as llvntilt llvntiltPKtefeurg nermltPJttMJurg ItesuhtPitteburg
PKtefeurg Pa June 31lt became becameknown tiecameknown
known 110 today that the Carnegie Steel SteelCompany SteelCOMlplln SteelCoupauy
Company has refused reCutl d to manufacture manufacturetho m nuCliCtu nuCliCtuthe
the steel teel rail invented by the late A A J JCawatt JCtt JCaosatt
Cawatt president of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PeJlntllQnlnRailroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad unless unle the price for the next nextyear nexttar nextyear
year > fe fixed at 133 ai a ton or 5 more than thanthe thantbe thanthe
the current price for the standard rail railnow rullno railnow
now no in general use useAs UlteA useAs
As A a result the Pennsylvania Railroadhas R Railroadhas Railroad lllroadbu
has issued an ultimatum to the steel steelcompany steelcompaJl steelcompany
company to the effect that it will not notpay notpay notpay
pay more mor than S2S 28 a ton for the raIls raileand raUeand raIlsand
and unless the contract is taken at that thatprice thatprtce thatprice
price the railroad threatens to go into Intothe Intothe
the rallmaking business itself itselfIt It itselfIt eICIt
It Is understood that President Charles CharlesM CharlesScbwllb
M Schwab of the Bethlehem Steel Com Company ComfMUty CornImny ¬
pany is in an agreement agreemt > nt with the Car Carnegte Carnegie Caruisgie
negte people to hold the price to JJJ D a atoo atoL aflay
too toLDn
flay Dn IVJOOOO 25OOOO 0000 Acres of Lnnd LnndChihuahua InnllChihuahua LnndChihuahua
Chihuahua June Jun 23 3Col Col W Yo C Greene Greeneof Greeneor Greeneof
of New York and his associates have haveclo havecloflfd haveclosed
clo closed d a deal for the purchase of ZOO 2250000acres ZOOacres 260 2603rs
acres of land situated in the northern northernpart northtrnpart northernpart
part of this thl state tat They Th already own own1HfIlli1 ownl64tMit
1640100 arrrs of timber and grazing land landin landIn landin
in this thi pfat pfatPHONE tat
tatOKALON OKALON OKALONPHONE 0 ICALONr4
r4 PHONE WINE WIN E CO 614
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Is Expected at Meeting of ofCorporation ofCOll ofCoiporatioii
Corporation COll Olation > Today TodayEXERCISES TodayEXERCISES TodayEXERCISES
EXERCISES ARE IN PROGRESS PROGRESSPresident PROGRESS1rePlSllcnt PROGRESSIreeilent
President Hartley I1ullJe Deliver Bncca Bnccalittirento DnccnInn BuccalrLurenie
littirento Inn rente ArtrtrcHH lltlrlllH Hundreds at atCommencement ofCOuullcllcemcnt if ifCuuiiiiueiicernen
Commencement t incut ncntll Arriving ArrivingStriking ArrhlnJStrlklll t rrIvliigStriking
Strlklll Striking CoMniiioN of the lie Various VnrlnuaCluNscti VurlIIChlH VariousClaecn
CluNscti ChlH CH Anncnr on the huc Campus CampusNew Cum11UItf Cum11UItNew CauuipuunNew
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New Haven Haven Cairn June a The Yale Yalecommencement YaleeommeRCEJUent Yalecommencement
commencement started today toda by the de delivery de deliver tielivery ¬
livery liver of the baccaulaureate address ddretN by byPresident byPrtetdent byPresident
President Hadley in WooUey HAIL Hun Hundreds Hundreds liondreds ¬
dreds of the guests of Yale came in on onthe onthe onthe
the evening trains t ln8 Secretary retr of War WarTaft WillTaCt WarTaft
Taft whose son has been taking all the thescholarship tbeebolareh1p thescholarship
scholarship honors of the freshman class classwas cia ciawas classwas
was booked ooketl to arrive here tonight in intime Intime Intime
time for the corporation meeting tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomarrow ¬
row rowSome row rowSome
rowSome
Some of the striking costumes oostum that wilt wiltmark wiltmark willmark
mark this commencement at Yale made madetheir tnadetheir madetheir
their appearance tonight tonightThe tonlghLThe tonightThe
The triennial class which always ala turns turnsout turnsout turnsout
out the iirgest ugegt collection will In appear as asthe a8the asthe
the jockey jocke clubs The jackets jacuita are half halfblue lIa lIablue haltblue
blue and half ha of a fine polkadot effect effectThe cfreetThe effectThe
The trousers are of the same me design and andextend andex andextend
extend ex nd to the ankle ankleThe ankleThe ankleThe
The Sheff sexennial class ela will appear as askitchen 811kitchen askitchen
kitchen mechanics The chief feature of oftheir ofthear oftheir
their costume C will be the gigantic cooks cookshat eookshat cookshat
hat This hat measures fully full two feet feetami feetand feetanal
and a half across and emblazoned in intarge Inlarse Inlarge
large figures uretl on the band is 1001 S SThe SThe SThe
The Shed triennial class cia will seth be Sol Soldiers Soldlen 01 01diere ¬
diers of the Queen representing his hismajesty hJamajeetT hismajesty
majesty Edward VII at the celebration celebrationThe ceJebrationThe celebrationThe
The dandies of the whole hoIe commence commencement comM11eem commencemeat ¬
meat m t will il1 undoubtedly be the class cia of otY1
17 S dreeeed ss a the fashionables fa hlonabl in Lon London London Lendon ¬
don In 1779 Beau Brum BruttJr Brurnel el Beau Nash Nashand Nalband Nashand
and all U the other dandies of England of ofthe orthe ofthe
the eighteenth century will have their theircounterparts theircounterparts theircounterparts
counterparts in and around the campus canjpueROCKS campusROCKS pua puaROCKS
ROCKS BOAT AND FOUR DIE DIEOcciiimnl DIEOCl1I1ot DIEOccupani
Occiiimnl by h JIN Folly 1011 Cnunri Death Deathof Deuthof DeathIf
of If Hlitiielf nUll nil Compnnlonn CompnnlonnMuskegon Cuinipnuikins4uskegon nmpmkJDJIIuHewon
Muskegon Mich June S DThe The man manwho maDnho manwho
who rocked the boat was the cause of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of himself and three tb others here herethto herethis herethis
this afternoon A beat containing four fourpersons tourpersons fourpersons
persons all in a state of intoxication intoxicationwas IntoxkaUonwa Intoxicationwas
was wa upset up et on Muskegon U fgon Lake Lair about aboutoclock 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock and all were ere thrown thro into the thewater thewater thewater
water waterTwo waterTwo waterTwo
Two disappeared immediately Illul lately and the theother tbeother theother
other two clung to the upturned craft for fora fora or ora
a moment J and then went down downThe dowaThe downThe
The victims are Gustav H Humer HarmerOscar HarmerOscarCarlson rnw > Oscar OscarCartoon eatrCarl
Cartoon on Lydia Olin and Anna Johnson Johnsonall JOhMODaU Johnsonall
all residents of Muskegon MuskegonFUNSTON 4uaksgonPUNSTON Ullk on onFUNSTON
FUNSTON EXPLAINS LETTER LETTERDettlcM LETTERDenlcC LETTERDeuilcs
DettlcM He MeHnt Union Uulo When hen lie HeSpoke lieSIJOke lieSPOke
Spoke of Uiiivhlpped Mob MobSan MobSan uohSan
San Francisco June 23 Iluch Much discus discussion ucuaton ¬
sion has been caused ca here by a letter letterwhich tterhlch letterwhich
which hlch Gen Funston recently wrote to tothe tothe tothe
the local Fourth of July committee de declining de declining dodining ¬
clining t tl order out Federal F troops for a aparade arade aparade
parade rade on the Fourth In his hi letter Fun Funston Jlullton Funeton ¬
eton ton said he declined to order troops out outlest outIe outlest
lest they might be insulted by b the un unwhlpped UDwhlptNI onwhipped
whipped mob of San n Francisco FranctecoA
A newspaper per took too this up and to trying tryingto trtagte tryingto
te to make maJr out that Qen Fttnston has ra rasrnlted tn tnmUtd insuited
suited the t labor unaMH of Ban Francisco FranctecoGen F FranciscoGen DChfco DChfcoGen
Gen Funston when Mn his attention was wascalled wascallfd wasrailed
called to this tbls said id he dill not mean the thelabor thlabor thelabor
labor unions nut the riffraff of the city citywhich clt cltwhich citywhich
which has been stoning the cars and in insulting Inaul Incutting ¬
cutting aul ng men and women om n for riding on onthem onthem onthem
them themLargely themLalKelY themLargely
Largely as the result of Gen G Funstons Funstonsletter Funaton FunatonIfttr Funstonaletter
letter calling attention to the danger dangerwhich da dangerwhich r rhleh
which hleh women and children might mI ht run on onthe 011the onthe
the streets treet the parade on the Fourth has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been abandoned abandonedMAKE abandOMdIIIAKE abandonedMAKE
MAKE TRUSTS OBEY LAWS LAWSOIilo LAWSOhio LAWSOhio
Ohio Official Snyn SnIII Corporations Cnn CnnHe CnnIIc Canlie
He llroiiKlit to Terms TermsColumbus TermColumbus FernisColumbus
Columbus Ohio June 23 DAttorney Attorney Gen General Genend Generat ¬
end Wade Bllla in his report filed led with withthe withthe 1th 1ththe
the governor yesterday gives It as his hisopinion hllopinion hisopinion
opinion that lines assessed against Iut illegal illegalcombinations IllegalcombInations 1 1comblnaUons
combinations in restraint of trade are in ineffective Ineft Ineffective ¬
effective eft the because btoca ae they are speedily re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered from the public which le forced forcedto foreedto forcedto
to patronize the monopty Jle Je declares declaresthat derlartSthat declaresthat
that a much more J ore effective remedy lies liesin IleaIn lienIn
in civil actions ousting the offending eec corporations cerporaUoDs eecporationa ¬
porations from the right to do business businessin
in the State StateOn StateOn StateOn
On the States State policy in dealing with withthe withthe withthe
the Standard Oil Company the attorney attorneygeneral attornf7neral attorneygeneral
general neral neralTbere says saysThere saysThere
There is no desire to drive this th in industry 111duatry iiiduatry ¬
duatry front f the State or to destroy de tro In Investment Inveatment Investment ¬
vestment in the oil fields The purpose is isto Isto Isto
to keep k p such companies In the State and andsee antsee antisee
see to it that they obey obe tho laws of the theState tileState theState
State StateCOOPERATION StateCOOPERATION StateCOOPERATION
COOPERATION IN I MANHATTAN MANHATTANcvr liAHAT liAHATXcw
New cvr Method of Acquiring Interest In InApartment InApartment inApnrtnient
Apartment HOOKON HOOKONNew IOUHtli IOUHtliew IIoneNew
New ew York June Jun W ITo 24To To own a house houseon houseon
on Manhattan Island Islnd one on must have con considerable conk1rabl eonelderabie ¬
siderable k1rabl money mnt To get around arlun paying payinghigh payinghigh 1ng 1nghih
high hih rent men are ae beginning belnnlng to build buildcooperative bli 1Jul14cooperative
cooprtve cooperative apartment aprtmt houee houses A stock stockholder stockhldr storkholder ¬
holder hldr In such a concern concr eventually evntully owns ownshis OWI ownshIs
hl his home home even ee though thouh It is It ten stories storiesfrom stonC storiesfrom
from fr the ground groundThe groun groundThe
The latest tet and largest lugnt example eamp of this thistendency thl thistendency
tendency tenmc Is the plan pln to t erect er t at Park Parkavenue Parkavnu Parkavenue
avenue avnu and an Eighteenth EJ htenth street strt a I large largeapartment Jrge Jrgeaprment largeapartment
apartment aprment house hout Plane PII have 11 already alreadybeen alrody alrodyb alreadybeen
been b Aled fle with wIt the building buling department departmentami deprtment deprtmentant departmentand
and ant operations oprtos will wil soon 8n begin beginThis bln blnThis beginThis
This is the te proposition ppton First Firt you OU be become b become ¬
come cme one of the founders founder and an agree agrf to totake totke totake
take tke an apartment aprtmeL When finished fnihe there therewill therewi therewill
will wi be 0 apartments aprtlntl left lef over which are arerented ae aer arerented
rented r nte to outsiders outlden The rental rnt from fromthese frm frmtt frUmthese
tt these outsiders ou hler pays S interest Interet on the themoney themone themoney
money mone borrowed borwe to build the house and andallows andalows antiallows
allows alows for setting ln aside a certain crtin sum sumtoward sumtowan sumtoward
toward towan the principal prncpl Of course counc you yousubscribe yousubscrIbe ou ousubsrl
subscribe subsrl something 8m thlng to the capital captal at atthe atthe atthe
the beginning b lnnlng since Ilnt the house hous cannot capnot be bemortgaged bemortgage benmrgaged
mortgaged mortgage to its It full ful value valueSHOOTS valueSHOOTS valueSHOOTS
SHOOTS IN WIFES VIS PRESENCE PRESENCEHnnlmnil PRESENCElldJDI PRESENCElitislianil
Hnnlmnil lldJDI at Boise D le Eruption EmpttIII PIMoI PIctol Be Beentire DeenlC Because
entire enlC of Jealousy Jenlol JenlolDlie JealousyBoise i iDolce
Dolce Dlie June 23 ZA A shooting shotng affair arAlr took tookplace tok tokplce todkplace
place plce In a room rm of the loanha lonha Hotel this thisafternoon thisaferon thisafternoon
afternoon aferon II I M 11 Hedges Heges emptied emptie a six sixshooter slxshoter sixshouter
shooter shoter at A S Whlteway Whltewa WhltewaThre WhitewayThree j
Three Thre of the bullets bulet struck strck Whltoway Whltowayone Whlewa3 Whlewa3one Whltewayone
one of them entering the back bck of his hieneck hisnk lilaneck
neck nk just mlwiiig ml ug the spinal pnl cord crd and andlodging an IKI IKIlodging
lodging Joglng back bck of the upper Jaw Two more morewent morewent morewent
went through his hi thigh Late tonight his hiscondition hiscondion hiscondition
condition condion was said eld to be b serious srious Hedges Hedgeswas Hedgs Hedgswas Hedgeswas
was taken taen to the police plce station stationThe staton statonThe stationThe
The shooting shooUn was ws over Mrs Hedges HedgesShe HedbesShe ItedgesShe
She was wa in the room rm with wih tho two men menwhen menwhen menwhen
when her husband husbnd began bgn to t shoot shootOvcnn shoot shootOccun shootOcean
Ocean Steamships Stcnnuhl StcnnuhlSe SteamshipsNan I IXew
Nan Se York Yw Jane JI JSArri Arr1red mre d St 5t Laurent LuUI from fromHair fr feeslucre
Hair Rat Jww JI W WArrhcd J IL ILArrived
Arrived Mrh oat ot La L Promoa at Harre Rare from fr Xew XewYork ew ewYfk ewYork
York Yfk Itartanaw Dr at Drama r from fr New Yrk YrkGrower Y YerkGroeer rk rkGrOr
Grower GrOr Kul KUrfM KurftKnt Tht at Bremen I1Dl fees Sew York YerkSattod 1erkSa YorkSailed
Sailed Sa from frm foreign lol port iweta Ombria Umk from frm Qutuu Queczwnior
wnior 10 Nete ew I Yerk
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GLEN ECHO PARK PARKRAIDED PARKRAIDED PARKRAIDED
RAIDED BY COLLINS COLLINSCONTINUKD COLLINSCO COLLINScoariuitu
CONTINUKD CO ISUKD KKOM Itno l IAGK ONB ONBIBB O Olilag R RIng
lag candy cnd a piece of which pulled pule the thegolq HIegolq thogolq
golq filling filing out of the deputy dept > sheriffs sheriffstoot ohedftstooyuJ herrs herrsto
toot to tooyuJ tooyuJIL u uL 10
L L IL Cooms selling slng candy cnncl hiram Olnn Olnnwllin OlnnmnR Ginoselling
S Taylor cashier and andmanager anlmanger antimanager
wllin selling mnR orange omngl S T131r mile
manager manger of th the cute Ce Harry Iarl Karmoey Jat J JS JS 3S
S Collins CoJns and fwl A W Moon 0 waiters waitersand waler walerad waitersand
and ad the following follwing members membrs of the band bandD bandD handD
D B MacLeod llAcheo P H Stratum Strtm J Voodln VoodlnB Voln VolnB
B Phillips PhiiP J B Talor Ta G Seltz SttZ J JGtacheUl JGlcheUI 3GiacheUl
GtacheUl GlcheUI B n Henuy M lt Ilorton Horlo V Hay Hayberger Haylrfr Ilaylirger
berger lrfr J Wallace J Meyers lUeer V Walton WaltonII WRltonI WaltonIL
II I IL V Nails Nail H Jl I Taiwttl Tal1I B E Minnie MinnieJ MinniekJ lnnll
J Naker aker ami AUJ A Schmidt SchmidtWith Schmit SchmitWith SchmidtWith
With that tht list of names Mme on tea official oflklalparchment oll ollIrhmet officialparchment
parchment Irhmet Mayor Garrett Gsret immediately immediatelybegan Inuliel Inulielbegn iununedltelybegan
began begn the writing wrUn of warrants warrants and at a alate alAte alate
late hour hur Jut night niht although altugh feeling feing the thetwinges thetwinges
twinge twinges of the writer wrle cramp emp he wag wagstill w wa wastill
still ItU tolling tol manfully mAnfuly ut It his hi task taskTrial wk wkrl1 taskTrial
Trial rl1 AVcdnrMlnj dINII Msltt MslttThe hht hhtThe ighu ighuThe
The trial trl will 11 be b hekl b kl In the tb Town Hall Hallat Hanat hailat
at Glen Echo Eh Wednesday Werltfllay night at atocjock C CotJock gocoek
ocjock ocoek with a full attendance of the town towncouncil towncoundl towncouncil
council the citiwns of Glen Echo the theworthy theworth theworthy
worthy worth Collins and the mirror of justice justiceAll justiceAU justiceAll
All the prisoners will also be present presentNeedle prtfll4ntcedle presentNeedless
Needle Needless cedle to say 5 1 tho public is invited InTltedbut invitedhut invitedbut
but not assured nred of even standing from fromThe roomThe themThe
The cases CA ftI will bo more or less test ones onesand Oft ouipaand a aand
and on them thC t depends the future of Gfcn GfcnEsho GfcnE Gtenlttho
Esho E ho Sundays SundaysNotwithstanding Sun411lLNOtWlthatRndlng SundaysNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding all this th l excitement excitementCollins exdtemeJltollnll excitementohms
Collins ohms found tune to arrest two autotsts autotstsfor Autoltaor autoistafor
for or speeding s lns They The were J Woodwell Wood WoedweIt3m well
3433 Mount Pleasant street and Harry HarryBuckley Barr BarrBuckle harryBuckley
Buckley Buckle of Kline Co CoWoodwell CoWoodwell CoVoodwell
Woodwell will appear ap ar far trial U1alln la Rock Roekville Rocktlle Rockyule
yule on Tuesday Tueed y while Buckley was wasnned wasflood u uftMd
flood 5 5PRIZE
floodPRIZE
PRIZE COURT IS PROPOSED PROPOSEDGermany PROPOSEDGermnn PROPOSEDGermany
Germany Germnn Wants Unnt ontll One Hstnlillfthcrt at ntThe atflte atrue
The Hnsnc itt Outbreak of AVnr AVnrThe Snr SnrThe ar arThe
The Ilasue H e June 3Qermany Oermany proposes proposesin
in the event of the validity of the capture capturenlaed captunof
of Ii vessel In that of war being recotr recotrnlaed recognised
nlaed by a national priae court that the thevessel treeRel tIevessel
vessel and cargo rgo be disposed of according accordingto
to the law ef the capturing country but butif butiC butif
if the capture la not recognised as valid validthe vaJIdthe validthe
the vessel must be restored and damages damagesand mCeIJand damageand
and an Indemnity paid paidGermany paIdGermany peilGermany
Germany will also propose that a su supreme suprtme supreme ¬
preme pulse prt court be established tablt 1Md at The TheHague TheHague TheHague
Hague at the th outbreak of a naval war to toreceive tor toreceive
receive r e claims against apl llt the findings ftndlD of na national national ontional ¬
tional tribunal tribunalThis trllMl trllMlThis tribeonlaThis
This will 111 consist of two admirals admlra and andthree andth andthree
three th members of th the permanent court courtof courtot courtof
of arbitration Th The court will dissolve dissolveonly daolveonlF dissolveonly
only when all questions na of prize arising arisingfrom arisingfrom arisingfrom
from the war are settled settledFIND lieU lieUFIND nettledFIND
FIND BOYS USE COCAINE COCAINEPolice COCAINEPoHcc COCAINEPolice
Police of Newark cnnrk Set About Ilrcnk Ilrcnkinpr IIrealiIn Ilrenklug
lug In Up Ilnlilt In School SchoolNew SchoolNe SchoolNew
New Ne York June a lThe The cocaine habit habitamong habitAmon habitamong
among Amon young men and an boys in Newark Newarkwhich X Newarkwhich rk rkwhicb
which wa Wag shown to have made its 1t way wayamong wayamo wayamong
among amo schoolboya of twelve and thirteen thirteenyears thirteenyura thirteenyears
years by four arrests In the but week weekbaa weekbu weekbaa
baa gained a strong < bold In two sections sectionsof
of that city and to on the Increase ac according ac accordln according ¬
cording < to Judge C F Herr of the UMFourth thelourth theFourth
Fourth precinct police court courtAmong courtAmong courtAmong
Among the school children it has not notyet Dolyet notyet
yet developed any nends and those thosewho uoewho thesewho
who have ha been found to be using the thedrug thedrug thedrug
drug say that they have used It only onlyfour onlyfour onlyfour
four or nve five times U The police po believe believehowever belle bellehctweyer believehowever
however that they have got hold of 0 the thematter tbematter thematter
matter Just In time timeTUXEDO timeTUXEDO tiitieTUXEDO
TUXEDO PARK IS ALL UPSET UPSETFirst UPSETFirst
First Real Burglary Results in inWild inWild
Wild Excitement ExcitementWilliam Excitement1l1lIauIL
William 11 ilK 111 11 Dlnxinorcn ncnlilcnuu ncnlilcnuuRobbed RCllldenoeHuhbcd RealdenueItulibed
Robbed of Silverware and andValuable andYnluuhle andYahiuuthile
Valuable Violins VlollnnNew YloHne ViolinsNew
New e York June 3 2Excl Exclusive Tuxedo TuxedoPark TuxedoPark TuxedoPark
Park w8 IUI so upset u all day today by Its Itsfirst IUIdrat itstirst
first burglary rsJar1 at t the house e of William WilliamJr B BDinamore BDInanore
Dinamore jr that many of the wealthy wealthyresidents weaJthyretlWent wealthyresidents
residents of the place including Pierre PierreLortliard PIerreLorIUar PierreLorlllard
Lortliard jr scoured the surnrandlng surnrandlngcountry liur aurrqundlngcountry uadlng uadlngcountry
country in their automobiles automobl and the en entire entire entire ¬
tire Tuxedo Park fire department was wascalled wascaUed wancalled
called out at 2 oclock to search h the near nearby nearby r rby ¬
by woods when the amateur sleuths sleuthsthought leutbathoqht sleuthsthought
thought they tl1t had a clew clewThe cle cleThe clewThe
The burglary which Is believed to have haveoccurred haveoccurred haveoccurred
occurred at about 4 oclock this morning morningwas mondngW8I morningwas
was made possible bIe through the sense of ofsecurity ofIecurtty ofsecurity
security felt f lt by the residents of the Park Parkbecause Parkthey Parkbecause
because they have never been troubled troUb 1 by byburglars btbur b bburglars
burglars bur lara Whoever dkl the Job walked walkedthrough valkedthrough walkedthrough
through an open O ft door in the basement of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir Dinsmores house scooped up all the thesilverware theaUverware thesilverware
silverware in sight In the diningroom diningroomand diningroomand
and took five silver cups won by Mr MrDinsmore 1lrDinsmore MrDinemore
Dinsmore at racquet and tennis tourna tournaments tournaments tournainents ¬
ments ments and two valuable Iuable violins from the thelibrary thelibrary thelibrary
library The violins were ere the t property of ofOtto ofOtto ofOtto
Otto Roth of Boston o ton first r8t vlollntat viohluijet 101lt with withthe withthe withthe
the Boston SyinjAony SYln bon Orchestra Orcbe t a guest guestof g guestof t tof
of Mr Dinsmore DinsmoreIn DI DIIn DinamnoreIn
In making their escape the th burglars burglarsstole burgla burglatole burglarsstole
stole tole a boat from tho Dinamore I boat boathouse bodbo boathouse
house bo on Tuxedo Lake a few yards rd away awayfrom Iia Iiafrom awayfrom
from the house houseThen houeeThen houseThen
Then they rowed two miles mile away ay to tothe tothe tothe
the south end of the lake where they theyleft the theleCt theyleft
left a tablecloth tbleeloth In which a a lot of silver silvertableware sUvertablfwaro slivertableware
tableware had been gathered up and a a adrawer adnLwer atirawer
drawer of the sideboard in which the thesilver theslher thesilver
silver had been taken away The bur burglars burglars lairglare ¬
glars abandoned a basketful of unpaid unpaidbills unpaidbUIe unpaidbills
bills billsThe bUIeThe billsThe
The entire weight of the loot was esti estimated celtmated estimated ¬
mated to total about 356 O pounds Uht l by Mr MrDinsmores MrDlnsenores Ir IrDlnsmores
Dinsmores servants who knew IH how howmuch howmuch > W Wmuch
much had been taken and by the th police policechiefs polleechiefs policechiefs
chiefs of adjoining towns to whom a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general alarm was sent out this after afternoon aiternoon afterutoon ¬
noon along with a complete list of the thearticles theartldcs thearticles
articles taken Two spoons of little value valuewere Kluepre alue aluewere
were pre found in the woods about 200 yards yardsfrom yardsfrom lIrdli lIrdlifrom
from the abandoned boat and one of the theviolins theviolins
violins and a how were picked up about abouta
a hundred yards arcs farther on onChief onChIef onChief
Chief G O Bush head of the police policedepartment policelifpartment polleedepartment
department maintained malntaln by the Tuxedo TuxedoPark TuxedoPark TuxedoPark
Park Association said tornlght tonl ht he be believed belieoo behieved ¬
lieved that the Job was planned by b a man manformerly manformerly manformerly
formerly employed in the tlu neighborhood neighborhoodHe
He bad an idea that that the burglars got gotaway gotawa gotaway
away awa In an automobile > Ho said that he hewaa hewas liewan
was told of the burglary at 440 oclock oclockforty oclockforty oclockforty
forty minutes after it was discovered discoveredand dI8COeredand discoveredand
and was In his fast automobile In pursuit pursuitinside punmltInsldc pursuitinside
inside of five minutes He thought tho thoburglars thoburglars theburglars
burglars abandoned the part of the loot lootfound lootfound lootfound
found because they realized that the thepolice thevollce thepolice
police were ere on their trail trailMillionaire trailJIl1l1onRlre trailMillionaire
Millionaire Maltster Dcnd DcndChicago DeBtlChIcago DentLChicago
Chicago June 23 SBerlln Berlin Ramsay a amillionaire amillionaire amillionaire
millionaire maltster m llster of Wisconsin Iseonsin died diedhere diedherc diedhere
here in a hospital tonight Ramsay Rams was wasa wasa wasa
a near relative of Lord Ramsay the noted notedBritish notedrltlsh notedBritish
British rltlsh chemist chemistAlways chtmlstAlways chemistAlways
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps Pure PureBerkeley PureBerkeley PureBerkeley
Berkeley Rye RyeS13
S13 81 F St X W Phone Main 1141 1M1Special 1141J1ecia1lrh 1141iieeii4
J1ecia1lrh Special Private t Delivery e11 chIvery 1T
MURDER MURDERCLEW CLEW FOUND FOUNDan POU1lMaii FOUNDMan
Man an Identifies Crook Seen SeenNear SccnNcar SeeiiNear
Near Itosenlieim UoscllhciIlllIomc UoscllhciIlllIomcEARLY Home HomeEARLY homeEARLY
EARLY ARREST ARR ST IS EXPECTED EXPECTEDCoroner EXPECTEDCorlJl1er EXPECTEDICnrouuer
Coroner IntervIc luutervlews Ti Contractor Vlio VlioIN ho hoIN huoIN
IN Sulil to < o Have JInil Talk with with1Niriiicr ivithiVruuer withI with11rIlHr
I
1Niriiicr Convict Deftire Murder MurderWan olurtlcrUM Mu ricr ricrna
Wan UM Coininltieil CouunlttldJIllrru ConuuuuitteilMuirray Murray Denies Uel1lt H tile theSiatemciitn tileSfntemcntll tileStuitenuents
Siatemciitn Attributed to Him HimMount Himrount Illiti4ount
Mount Verijpn Ytr Vernn n N Y June 23 flAn An Im ImIJOrtant Iraliortant
iwrtant clew which may result in the thecapture theeapture thecapture
capture of of the m men n who murdered and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed Itoaenhdmer the wealthy needle needlemanufacturer needlemanufacturer needlemanufacturer
manufacturer in his garden at at Pelham Pelhamon Pelhamon
on last Tuesday night was placed In the thehands tlMbands thebands
bands of Coroner Wiscndanger tonight tonightThe tonlghtTM tonightThe
The ctew wasJbrouglit to the coroner by bya
a man whojltopoi woo IOP to get a share of the the6J08 the6101I theszeo
6J08 reward offered by the Rosenheimer R06e Rosenhelmerfamily helmer helmerfa
family fa mil and the Tillage of Pelham PelhamThin PelhamJ1da PethamThlit
Thin man says that less than an au hour hourafter houralter hourafter
after the needle merchant was robbed he hemet hemet
met a man whom he recognized JtCOgnl as a aprofessional aprofeAlonal aprofessional
professional crook and whose e picture Is IsIn IsIn IsIn
In the rogues gallery in New Rork pass passins pa paIII passhug
ins < along Third avenue The man ap appeared al alJJeA appealed ¬
pealed JJeA to be b In a great hurry and had hadhis hadhla hadhis
his bat pulled well down river ver his face faceHis faceHis faceliii
His description de in every way a answers the thedescription thedeacrlptlon thedescription
description given by Benjamin Scott the thePelham thePelham thePelhain
Pelham ice man of one on of the Mglfway Mglfwaymen hlg higlwaynell way waymtn
men who held him up and tried to tohim rob robhim robhim
him just a few minutes miPut a previous to the thetime thetime thetime
time that th the merchant was struck down downIn downIn
in his hi garden gardenCoroner ardeACOroDr gardenCoroner
Coroner Weteondanger would w Uld not say sayanything ayanything sayanything
anything tonlgbt about the matter but butIt butIt butIt
It Is 1 known that he has already al y set to towork towork towork
work to trace t the movements of the man manunder manunder manunder
under suspicion on the night of the crime crimeThe crimeThe crimeThe
The mans name is known knows and there Is laIa laIastrong a astrong astrong
strong probability probsMIltytha that an arrest armt will fol follow follow follow
low the investigation now being made madeCoroner madeCoroner madeCoroner
Coroner Wtisendanger this morning mornln had a atalk atalk atalk
talk with Joseph Murray urray the Waken Vakefleld VakefleldContractor kt > tld tldcontractor ld
contractor to whom was credited the thestory t tstory thestory
story that he had met an exconvict the thenlsht thenlht
night before the murder who had conlM confided confidedto td tdto d
to him that he was tiS on his way to Pelham Pelhamto
to do a rich man who was m hi the habit habitof habitof
of carrying < a large roll of money 1JIOIIe and andwho andwho andwho
who walked In his gardens at night nightMurray nlehtMUlTar nightMurray
Murray denied vigorously that he had hadever hadeYer hadever
ever given nn out such R statement He said saidthat aidthat midthat
that he could not account for or its appear appearance appearance appearonce ¬
ance In the papers papersREV pa paREV papersREV
REV DR NORMAN FOX DEAD DEADXcw DEADXc DEADNcsv
Xcw Xc Yorker Who ho Married AVnMilnfjton AVnMilnfjtonOlrl WashingtonGirt nlllloJtonGirl
Girl In 1S JSGS S InxnrN Awny AwnyNew itwnyNew WOT WOTNew
New York June 3 3Rtv Rer Dr Norman XortnanFox NormanFox orman ormanFox
Fox once mayor of Morrtstown N J Jdied Jdkod 3died
died tonight at t Roosevelt Hospital after afteren afteran afteran
an illness of several weeks Dr Fox had hadbeen badn hadbeen
been n la Paris with his third wife 1t who whowas whoWal whowas
was Miss n llas Margaret Dimmick of Hones Honesdale HOnddale Honesdale
dale Pa He wa wq taken sick In Inaa4 Paris Pmrteand Parisand
and returned returned arriving here about ten tendaya teadaya tendays
daya ao aoDr 0 0Dr adoDr
Dr Fox was born In Glens Falls on onFebruary enFebruary soFebruary
February M 11 1 1At Ja JaA JIlLAt
At A t the outbreek of the civil war wa V when whenhe wheah whenhe
he h was wa appointed chaplain of UM Seven Seventyseventh l Seventyseventh nD nDtYleventh ¬
tyseventh New York Regiment R t which whichwas whlebwas whichwas
was organised orpn In Saratoga he served servedwith aenodlththe servedeitbthe
with lththe the Army of the Potomac from the thesecond theIMOnd thesecond
second engagement at Fredericksburg to toAppomattox toAppomaUoL toAppomattox
Appomattox AppomattoxAt
At the e end d of the war be became se editor editorof edtMof editorof
of the Central Baptist of St 51 Lout In In1MB In1MB InilIl
1MB he married Julia T McKnlght of ofWashington ofWuhlqton ofWashington
Washington who died In 1S 1SWOULD 1 1WOULD hIll hIllWOULD
WOULD SAVE ALL FARES FARESAcw FARESe FARESNew
New e York orJ Traction fompnny COlnIIRn ouuulurine Bx BxIiect Exl1eeh IiiPeels
Iiect Peels to Get Every Eer Xlekel XlekelNew lckcl lckclNew lckelNew
New York June 23 231n In the hope of par parlag sav saving y yIq ¬
lag fta SliIW < y ° h estimated to be lost each eachyear eachNr eachyear
year through uncollected u nected fares Cares the Met Metropolitan Metropolitan et etropoUtan ¬
ropolitan Street Railway Company has haspurchased h hpurcha haspurchased
purchased purcha ISO new cars constructed on a anew anew anew
new pattern which will be tried on the theMadtoon theliIa4teon theMadison
Madison avenue line within a a few weeks weeksThese weeksThese ks ksTheae
These cars will have a larger rear plat platform platfttrm pintform ¬
form so constructed that fares will m be betaken betaken betaken
taken when passengers enter and exit exitwill exitwIU exitwill
will be through lhrou h another door They will willbe willbe in inbe
be built with large windows wlndo so that thatplenty tbatplenty thatplenty
plenty of fresh fr h air will be admitted dur during durIn during ¬
ing In hot weather weatherWhen weatherWhen weatherWhen
When passengers enter their fares wfll wfllbe wUlbe wOlbe
be collected by b the conductor condUt tor who will willBttMMl willstand 111 111stMld
stand behind hlnd an iron railing rall and as soon soonas lOOPthe soojuas
as the car starts the rear door will be beclosed becloeed beclosed
closed by a a lever operated by the motor motorSUEL motorman motorma
man manSUED ma
SUED FOR 50000 SLANDER SLANDERFranklin SLANDERIlrnnl SLANDERFranklin
Franklin Ilrnnl lIn MncVraglt of Chicnuo Ac Accuncil Atcultell Meuseui
cuncil by 11 Hid III Xclclibor XclcliborChicago NeighulmrChicago elJhhorChka
Chicago Chka June 2t IFranklin Franklin MacVeagh MacVeaghis
is l accused of having slandered a neigh neighbor IMlghbor neighher ¬
bor to the tune of f50000 50000 damages In a asuit asuit asuit
suit started yesterday esterda in the circuit cI ult court courtby courtby courtby
by Gentzel and Crane attorneys for Wit Wilson WIIIOn Witson ¬
son Carey CareyThe CareyThe CareyThe
The suit Is a result of the objections objectionsmade objectionmade objectionsmade
made by residents re of tho Lake Shore ShoreDrive Sho ShoDrive ShoreDrive
Drive district against Careys removing removinga
a frame house three weeks week ago from fromSchiller rromSchUlor fromSchillor
Schiller and North orth State streets to Cass Cassstreet Ca CastreeL Cassstreet
street Careys lawyers say M their clients clientsbuslnen clientsbusln clientsbusiness
business busln reputation was damaged by b Mr MrMacVeagh lrlatVeagh MrMacveagh
MacVeagh saying that he was untrust untrustworthy un untrustworthy trust trustworth ¬
worthy worth and dishonest dishonestWhen dlshonesLWben dishonestWhen
When asked a ked about the matter last night nightMr nightMr nightMr
Mr MacVeagh said lie did not know knowCarey knowCAre knowCarey
Carey CAre And did not remember having said saidanything saidanything saidanything
anything about outhim outhimFOUR him himFOUR himFOUR
FOUR KILLED IN WRECK WRECKFully WRECKIo1l VRECKFuil1
Fully Io1l a Score Vonmleil 01111ClCII nntl Can Cnunnlilcs Cn CnunUle Canunities
unities May Jla Mount Hisltcr HisltcrRochester IIIherRoch libehuerRochester
Rochester Roch ter N Y June 34 tAt At least four fourare fOUrare fourare
are believed to have been killed and a ascore ascore i iscore
score injured in a headon hea on collision by b a apassenger apssengr apassenger
passenger and freight train on the Au Auburn Auburn Auburn ¬
burn branch of the New York Central CentralRailroad CentralRailroad CentralRailroad
Railroad a mile east of Plttsford at 11 11oclock 11ocJO 11oclock
oclock ocJO < k last night nightDetails nightDetails nightDetails
Details that have been received in this thiscity thlllclt thiscity
city clt are very er meager and the death list listmay nt1na listma
may 1na be even larger A relief train lsa lsagone has hasg hasgone
gone g to tho scene of the thewrock wreck and sev several sevcr14 V VentI ¬
eral automobiles have been sent ent there therewith therewith therewith
with physicians Two of the hospitals hospitalshave hoepltalshmo hospitalshave
have also sent ambulances out to bring In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the injured injuredTho InjuredTho InjuredThe
Tho Auburn uburn branch Is single track trackPlttsford trackPltlsCord trackPlttsford
Plttsford is twelve we1o miles from Roches Rochester Rochester Rochester
ter and the place of the wreck has been beentha beenthe beenthe
the scene ene of many other disastrous col collisions colUlons colhisions ¬
lisions Tho railroad officials in this city cityhave elt elthae cityhave
have declined to give ge out any an information informationAt
At 1 oclock this morning word was re received reeched yeceived ¬
ceived that the relief train had Just left leftPlttsford leftPlttllford leftPlttsford
Plttsford for Rochester ROl hester with thirtyfive thirtyfiveInjured thlrtYfleInjured thirtyfiveinjured
Injured passengers on board boardItaly boardItal boardItaly
Italy Ital Canned Fcrrern to quit quitHavana QuitHaana Quithavana
Havana Juno 23 23It It was said at the thepalace tbcpallCe thepaltce
palace today todl1 that tho case C8 e of Gen Per Perrera Ferrera Perrem
rera rem who ho was a member of the Cuban Cubandelegation Cubandelegation
delegation to The Hague must bo consid considered considered ¬
ered a closed closc Incident In l cnt The officials re refuse re refuse ¬
fuse to tell ell tho details leading to his resig resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation whether It was requested rcqucstet or vol voluntary voluntary voluntary ¬
untary There Is no reason whatever to todoubt todoubt todoubt
doubt that it was the direct result of ofItalys ofItulys ofItalys
Italys complaint the latter country ob objecting obJecting ohjecting ¬
jecting to his presence at The Hague Hagueowing Hagueowing Hagueowing
owing to his record in Italy He Is an anJtaUan an1talaI anltallart
JtaUan by birth birt
1
BLACK HAND KILLS KILLSKIDNAPPED KILLSKIDNAPPED I
KIDNAPPED CHILD CHILDCOXTIXUKD CHILDCO CHILDCOXTINUBD
CHILDI I
COXTIXUKD CO TIXUXD FBOM PAGE CINE CINEwith ntItb O Owith =
with Itb the Black Hand while on St 51PhlUp StPhilip
Philip street treet where the l Lemmas > nman e live liveno Iv Ivno liveno
no one wa tas allowed to pass pa except eX Jlt by byspecial byspecial
special permit permitThere permitrher permitThere I
There rher were threats of lynching but butthe butthe butthe
the parish prison authorities took ener flcri flcrigeUe energetle
getic steps tevs to prevent a repetition of the theltalln i iItalhm
Italian lynching oi Iffll lte Sheriff Sherur Long Longswore Longswore I
swore ewore In wfventy extra deputtf armed armedwith armedwith armedwith
with rUles and gave notice that he would wouldsacrifice wouldsacrifice
sacrifice his life before the prisoners prisonersshould rwtllOntrshould prisonersshould
should be taken takenAt takftlAt takenAt
At the suggestion of Acting Mayor Iayor Mc McKaeken MeItacken
Kaeken the funeral of tko murdered UInl boy boywas boywas
was held this afternoon Instead of to tomorrow to tomorro tomorrow ¬ I
morrow morro as Intended as the sight of the ttodead thedead
dead boys body in the Lamana IAmaDaworking home homewag homewas
wag working the Italian 1 lIan population up to tothe tothe
I
i the highest jHtrh J b of excitement ex ltement and It Itwas Itwa Itwas
was wa deemed advisable to get rid of toe toecorpse thecorpse I IeotPM
corpse < as soon as possible possibleThe pe possibleThe I IThe
The funeral at the St Louts Cathedral Cathedralwas Cathedralwas
CitMdrllll
was attended by 2089 Z 088 persons per mostly mostlyItalians moeUyItAJl mostlyItalians
Italians ItaliansA ItAJl
I
A call for a mass meeting has ha been beennude beenmade I Ima
nude ma but the mayor has fanned Instruc Instructions inetruction
t tions ti tion to Chief of Police p Boyle Hoyt to allow 11110 no nomeeting nolMelIng tiemeeting
meeting < or speeches which propose vie violence 10lenee viehence ¬
I hence lenceAn leneeAn
hencea An a Immediate trial of the prisoners in indemanded isdemanded I
demanded dtmand < M the only way to quiet the theexcitement thencttmnfl1t theexcitement
J excitement that the crime rime has aroused arousedThe arousedThe
The trial will be In St Charles Parish Parishand PArlsband Parishand
and the chances are that It will take tke place placeat placeat
at once onceModel onceJlollcI OnceModel
Model Colony Colon Hotbcil of Crime CrimeThe CrimeThe
The authorities are now oo convinced convla that thatthey thatthe thatthey I
they the have things tbln welt wetlln In hand that it will willbe willbe willbe
be possible to arrest convict and bang bangthe banethe hangthe
the entire Black Hand gang and at atlbe atlbe8Rme the thesame thesame
same time prevent any popular outburst outburstof
of violence violenceSt V1oMrJee8t vioInceSt
St Rose has h been one of the show showplaces sbwplace showplaces
j places of the Italian colony colon There Tb re just justabove jU5taboe justabove
above New Orleans a large colony of ofItalians ofitalians ofItalians
Italians has settled persons of that na nationality nationality nationality ¬
tionality constituting nearly n rly the entlr entlrpopulation entlrPOPUIaUOD entirepopulation
population The Italians are engaged engagedthere mpIIICCIthere engsgcnthere
there in the business bo of raising early earlyfruits lArlrfnda earlyfruits
fruits and vegetables nKetab for the New NewOrleans j
Orleans market These Th Italian farm farmers farmfora farmera ¬
ers have brought the land to the highest hlghwtstate hlghftlltate higheststate
state of cultivation and are enjoying th thgreatest thSlfttett thgreatest
greatest prosperity prosperityThe prOllPHityThe prosperityThe
The Duke of Aoeta was taken to St StRoee StROlle SbItose <
Roee when h n be was wa visiting v1sItln New ew Or Orleans Orleans 1 1leans
1 leans and so was the Italian Minister tlnl MinisterMayor tr trMayor j jMayor
Mayor des d Planches to see what hat Ital Italians Itattan Italinns ¬
i inns tan can do f s in the farming farmln line and the thesuccess th thsuccn thesucceus >
i success of the St Rose Roe and the Kenner Kennersettlements Ke Kennersettlements > nnpr nnprsettlement
settlements has b been > en cited throughout the thecountry thlcountry thecountry
i country as evidence of Italian thrift and andagricultural antiagrtcultural andagricultural
agricultural skill yet here ht it seems s was wasthe wastbe wasthe
the headquarters Moadqoart rs of a gang of malefactors malefactorswho malefactorswho maleftetorswho
who grew rich by blackmailing the well welltodo welltodo welltodo
todo Italians of New ew Orleans OrleansMARUOROUGHS OrleansMARLBOROUGHS OrleansMARLBOROUGIIS
MARUOROUGHS STILL APART APARTLady APARTLady APARTLady
APARTI I
Lady Pagets Efforts to Reconcile ReconcileThem ReconcileThem ReconcileThem
Them Prove Ineffective IneffectiveDukes IneffectiveDukcs IneffectiveDukes
Dukes Xnnic nmc Stricken from Prince Princeof PrinceoC lrinceof
of 1nlc inlcPl Dinner Iilit 1INtDncheJIIl 1INtDncheJIIl1lIoto 1aiatDiuchesIhoos Uiiclteiis UiiclteiisPhoton
Photon in State Itobci ItobciIxmdon HohcLondon ItohietLOndOn
London Jane 11 uLa ILLady Lady r Arthur Paget is isstill IsstJIJ isstill
still indefatigable In her efforts to bring bringthe bringtile bringthe
the Mariboroughs > together tog her but but though thoughboth thouthboth thoughboth
both the duke and tbe he duchess are her herintimate herlaUmate herIntimate
intimate friends and And see her constantly constantlyshe COhllta constantlyshe nt h hIIbe
she finds the tack seemingly SeffllflgI Impossible ImpossibleThe ImponJblThe ImpossibleThe
The duchess absence nee from the royal royalinelerore royalllleaure royalincleaure
inelerore at Ascot this week k was mu mh mhremarked niihremarked < h hremarked
remarked upon and regarded ng ed as an lodi indication lodication ¬
cation that King Edward meniu to avoid avoidboth aljtboth avoidboth
both until at least an ostensible recon reconciliation cecondilation ¬
dilation to arrived at atThe atThe atThe
The duchess had two invitations to As Ascot Ascot Ascot ¬
cot house parties partl but declined them and andJoined andjoined andjoined
Joined the Vanderbilt yachting ya hUD party for fora fo foa foa
a cruise cruiseMrs cruJeel cruiseMrs
Mrs l Paget has a dinner for the Prince Princeand Princean4
and an4 Prlnce Princess of Wales next week and she sheIncluded sheincluded
Included l the Duke of Marlboroughs MacIboro h name nameamong nam namIIIODb nameamong
among her intended guests but the prince princenrueJc princeetruck
nrueJc it out in pursuance pu of the royal royalpolicy royalpolicy
policy policyMuch polleyluch policyXuch
Much comment has ha been caused this thisweek thisw thisweek
week w by the publication of some beauti beautiful blAutlCui beautiCut ¬
Cut photographs phot rapha recently reeenU taken of the theduchees theduehen thednehees
duchees arrayed In her full official o lctal robes robesa robtScoetome robesa0
a0 a costume only worn at state functions functionsnone functionnone functionsnone
none of which she has recently recentl attended attendedTh atttndedThe attendedThe
Th The publication of the pictures at this thistime thistllM thistime
time when the duchess duc has ben missed missedfrom miMedfrom missedfrom
from the court entertainments lg i re regarded reo reoPrded regarded ¬
garded by some as a challenge to the theKing theK1 theKing
King K1 and an intimation that the duchess duchesshas ducbtsshu duchesshas
has legal rights and precedents edents which whicheven wblcheftn whicheven
even he cannot deprive her of ofBefore ocfort ofBefore
Before fort leaving Sunderland House for forthe forthe forthe
the Vanderbilt yacht the duchess duch was wasentertained WIiEentertained wasentertained
entertained at dinner by August B Del Delmont t tmont Imoot
mont Mrs rs John Jacob Astor the theDrexels theDrfxfll theDrexels
Drexels Craig Wadeworth a 8Orth and the theCountess theCountt theCountess
Countess Countt > of Cra Craven en were asked to meet meether mtttbel meether
her The duchess dUttl is looking very beau beautiful beautiful beautlfui ¬
tiful this year and her frocks are hand handsomer bandIIOmer handsomer ¬
somer thin ever At the dinner she wore woreIvory wonlrory woreivory
Ivory white chiffon Mrs I Astor was wa in incream Incream Incream
cream cream satin tin with Ith rubles and L Lrdy LrdyCraven dy dyCraven dyCraven
Craven wore ore deep ck rose pink pinkIn pinkIn pinkIn
In two or three weeks the duchess is isgoing Issoln isgoing
going soln abroad with Mri MrS r Astor and be before before before ¬
fore returning t to England they will visit visitVienna Yi5ltVienna visitVienna
Vienna where the duchess s will consult consulther coneulther consulthat
her aurist auri t about her deafness which has hasbeen hallbeen hasbeen
been returning in annoying fashion re recently re recently recently ¬
cently centlyPLAN centlyPLAN centlyPLAN
PLAN OCEAN TO OCEAN LINE LINEIncorporntors LINEIncormratorlll LINEIncorporators
Incorporators of 5 moooooo 9OOOOO > OOOOOO Hoiul HoiulFlic toatlI ItourdFile
File I nc Pnpcrn nt Pierre PierrePierre PJerrePierre llerrcPierre
Pierre S Dak June 23 23ArUcles Articles of in incorporation InOOIporAtton incorporation ¬
corporation were ire filed yesterday tIIterdf for the theUnited thelJnlted theUnited
United States Central Railway RltnwlI Company Companywith ComPAnywith Companywith
with Paterson N J and Delhi N K Y Yparties YpRrUftI 1parties
parties as incorporators incorporatorsThe IncorporatorsThe
The capital stock is cioe8C ii00i < B The Th road roadla roadIe roadIs
la to start at Portland P rUand Me and run runto runto runto
to San Francisco touching New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Chicago ChicagoGIBSON ChicagoGIBSON ChicagoGIBSON
GIBSON TO WORK IN OILS OILSNew 0115ew OILSNew
New ew York June 23 iCharles Charles Dana Gib Gibson Glbon Gibson ¬
son the artist Artl t returned todny tod from fromParis fromParis fromParis
Paris where he has been studying In oils oilssince oilslItnce oilssince
since December 1906 feeling f Ung pretty prett confi confident eontldent conitdent ¬
dent that he was going to succeed In his hisnew hisDeW hisnew
new line of work He was accompanied accompaniedby a omPRnlN1 omPRnlN1by
by his wife his little daughter Irene and andhis Rndhll andhis
his boy Langhorne lIe IsUterc for a few fewmonths flwmonths fewmonths
months vacation which he will spend spendchiefly spendhlt spendchiefly
chiefly hlt at his place Dark Harbor Isles Islesborough IsIl6borough Islesborough
borough Me MeHe 1I 1IlIe MelIe
lIe said he had been keeping in touch touchwith toUthwith touchwith
with events on these shores and was sur surprised surpilsed ur urprled ¬
prised to find that among the peasantry peasantryIh
Ih the south of France Mr r Roosevelts Rooseveltsname nooseveUsnRme Rooseveltsname
name was better bf tter known that that of ofPresident oJPresldnt orPresident
President of the French republic Sonic Somrof Som Somof Sonicof
of the peasants who ho did not even know knowthe knowtbe knowthe
the name of the French President Pr Idlnt knew knewsome knewsome knewsome
some things about Mr Roosevelt RooseveltHe ROOIeeltHe RooseveltHe
He says he will ill return to Paris anti andresume antiresume antiresume
resume his studies studl in oil at least for foranother fornothtr foranother
another year PRr
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